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: June 3, 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: UF00028321:00268

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AIDE ENDS NAACP -Verdict In Teacher's K 'ng c j. I

Withheld After Inquest*

DRIVE AT BETHEL AME SUNDAY That much postponed coron told him late on r t f f'J: r

er's Inquest into the killing of night before the shooti ... "
Mr. Edith Robinson was finally he had a date, and you ....
held on Monday in Justice of Phee) will read about! It. 't I..

Southland Singers I Peace Hugh DuVal' Court, Na The State's last witness was

I REV. B A. MILLS r thaniel Robinson, estranged husband CMfford A. Thompson of 5233:
Also to Appear of Mrs. Robinson I.i charged NW 30th ave. Thompson (told

with murder in the case. the court that he was sitting;
.1 Following the testimony of in this parked car, across the

.' the witnesses in the case, Judge street from Airs. Robinson'
CANALThe DuVal announced that he was home on the morning of the
n withholding a ruling on the shooting. Thompson added that

body of the Rev. B. A. hearing pending the examinationby he saw a man pull a woman by
Mills, photographer and former the defense counsel of whatever her arm around the side of the
+r Miami Times staff member, was tangible evidence the state house and' that about 20 minutes
found in a snake.infested canal may have.. later lie heard a shot, got out of
y N near Perrlne by Metro Divers on Four witnesses were called by his car and went over and sawa
Saturday after the' state: Dr Nestor Loynat, a man bending over the body of
a woman lying on the back porch
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noon. Mills had pathologist from Jackson Hospital the '
he called
been missing ,., who told ;the court that and police.
from his home, Mrs. Robinson was shot In the' Also testifying was Mra. Re-

10321 SW 160th left side of the forehead causing becca R. Brown, mother of Mrs.
Terr. In I Richmond her death. Robinson.The .

Heights, I Det. Charles C. Parker of the
since noon on Homicide Bureau of the Miami judge announced that he-
last Friday, Police J Police Department, was the sec will rule on the case after the
however, ond witness. lIe testified that defense has examined the tang

ruled out any e I Robinson said that he went to ible evidence.
foul play. his wife', homo'on the night of
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the killing, in order to perfecta ; r 1> -" ---M
Mills' wife, Rebecca, told police reconciliation. The Det. added p:" J 1 9.

l rr that he l left home Friday at Mr. and Mrs Edwin A, Sea- I I that Robinson declared that he : 9 1.
e1 noon to go to his favorite fishIng vela, the thankful parents attended pulled out his gun only to scare 1
; spot. When he did not re the graduation of their his wife, and that the gun went .
turn, Mrs. Mills became concern daughter, Mable Scavella Dan' off accidentally The DetJ) said F
Frank D. Reeves, aide to the ed and notified authorities.Ills leIs, who is the wife of Leroy K. that Robinson appeared to be
President of the United States, car was found a few yards Dante's, the art Instructor of very regretful over the shoot
will fly direct from Washington, from the canal, his fishing North Dade High school Mrs ing. r .r.

D. C. to address a public meetIng tnckle and a small bucket in Daniels graduated with a D, S. One of the state's chief witnesses
sponsored by the NAACP at which he carried bait were degree in the field of elemen was Cecil McPbee of *,
the Greater Dethel 'AME found along side the bend of the tary education from Bethune 1216 NW 62nd St who !identified !

Church, Sunday, June 4 at 3:30: canal. Cookman College, Daytona, May. Jloblnaon in 'the courtroom t
p.m. branch officials for and told the Robinson r
Policy ,rtheorieed/! ; that Milk 29. I court
NAACP announced<< this week
probably, suffered a heart attack,

The program is one of several fell into the canal and drowned.

planned to better acquaint citizens Mills, for a number of .
!! South Florida with the was the linotype operator at theTimE's'
real issues faced by the Negroin
printing plant during the
his fight for first class citizenship 1940's!) He I
parly worked for the
Mr. Reeves, an experton Baltimore Afro-American before TRAIN AND BUS TERMINALSPressure
civil is
rights expected to moving back to Miami three ,
talk on the Role of the Federal .
years ago He is survived by three ', I
Government In protecting the daughters, two sons and two was brought on cago. '
rights of citizens.Of brothers. During the past few Tuesday by South Florida Negro A committee from the NAACPhas 4\

prime Interest in the meetIng years he worked as a photogra- leaders on top management of Investigated terminals at 1_ J
Greyhound Bus Co to enforce Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano -
will be the recent arrests Evelyn Delon Pol tier, daughter
orders the it issued Beach, Del Beach, West
and intimidation against "Fr(, Mills was a Texan, a man of company says ray of Mr, and Mrs. James Pol-
against at its Palm Beach and Fort Pierce.
dom Riders" in Alabama and many skills and was a quiet and segregation tier Jr., is a candidate for then
terminals All but Miami show some signsof
Mississippi very genial person. He made A, degree from Clark College
The Rev Theodore Gibson segregation
many friends in Dade County While at Clark she participated
Mr. Reeves will discuss the militant NAACP spokesman, said A spokesman for Greyhound In extra curricular
part played by the Atty. Goner Funeral services will be held names of five South Florida at Chicago maid that the bus activities. She is majoring in social
al's office in stemming a spreadof Saturday June 3 at 11 n.m at terminals practicing segregationhave company has issued orders science and plans to go into
violence aimed at discouraging Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Per been mailed to the head throughout the country to followa social work.

Negroes from riding deseg rlne, Rev. J. E. Murray, pastor, quarters of the company in Chi- segregation policy

regated buses The body will lie in repose in the ..
Howe of Albert from 6pm, 1 --' ; .d, ; 45' b
Mr. Reeves was one of the Friday until Saturday a.m. "
NAACP lawyers who defended

Father Theodore R. Gibson ,.? )
a 'wrap ti tir
aealnst Initial attacks from the roil; 11ooo .

Florida Legislative! Committee. 3 CHARGED WITH
Ho also represented other

NAACP officials who were sunoenaed KILLING FORINSURANCE
to appear before the
Florida investigating group. ay tr

Also appearing on the pro Three' defendants Wednesday
gram are the Famous Southland pleaded not guilty to first degree
Singers and Choir No. 1 of murder charges In an al
Greater Bethel AME Church. Iep"d ki'ling' for insurance.The .
Other participants are the Crusaders accused are Josephine

Cub: a group of ladles Monroe, 61, 122 Oak Ave., Rob-
organized to aid the Association ert Gordon, 35, 141 Oak Ave.,
: Rev. Thedford Jo.mson, and John (Junior) Hayes, 29,
Rev. S. A. Cousin, Mrs. Blanche also: of 141 Oak Ave. 'c '. j
Calloway Jones, Rev. Emory Police charge that ,the trio ,,
Jackson and NAACP Secretary plotted to kill Theodore Gordon,
Robert W. Saunders.Mr. 42, adopted eon of Josephine
Monroe, and finally succeeded
will be
Reeves introducedby
after three bungled attempts. He
Atty. G. E. Graves who was
carried $11,000 in Insurance,
associated with him and R. L.
naming his mother as
Carter, NAACP General Coun- beneficiary.
leI In Defense of the NAACP In
MAN HELD IN the Joy that flowers' sey, Brownsville, North Dade, Roberta, from Carver School
The drive has been extended bring in May we give to. Carver and Booker T. Washington gave a reading and June Williams
to June 26 when Rev. Fred Di FATAL SHOOTINGArthur Mother on this day School from North Dade sang
Shuttleaworth of Birmingham, "Mother." Stimulating remarks
Ala is expected to speak. II Jones, 24, was arrested This was the theme of the first Presiding over the activitieswas were made by Mrs. Cornelius

I In Liberty City last Saturday annual Mother.Daughter Supper, Miss Abigail Thompklna, James, chairman of the group
night by Metro police and charg- sponsored by the Junior High program chairman for the sup
I work committee .of )furre.J. The
YTeen Interclub Council of per, from North Dade High >
\i ed with the fatal ehootlng of
Join NAACP Today Homer Davis, 25, several hours Murrel YWCA The affair was School After supper, which wa evening doted with Mothersand
earlier. held on Sunday, May 21 at the served by Y-Teen from the sen Daughters participating; In a

Membership Drive I i I Jones admitted shooting Davis, Carver YMCA. Through the lor high Interclub Council, the "Litany of Beautiful Things"
r |( of 2640 NW 49th Terr., in front flower.bedecked white picket group was led In singing by Mrs
of the Blue Jay night club, 5405j 1 fences, came Y-Teen and their McDonald, program director of followed by a candle-lighting) I
Ends June 26 J j I i NW 32nd ave., police Bald. ,' Mother (or aunts) from Dor Murrell branch YWCA. Sharon ceremODY.WrYiAAIMVkI : s



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In last week's column, I plac

ed the responsibility on religion

Around Miami s (as It is apparently practiced)

for the unhealthy local and w I f '' i' p'' ,.' ,. '
world ,conditions. Since then I -
I, t 4. { have been further convinced of f;

'---- By DAVE BONDU g the correctness of my analysis. *
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'" I refer to the comments of the
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congregations in Miami, regard a .,
t U111"1'liltii AKW has been up in front of the door and guess "freedoh
of the
Ing the actions
that who steps out? My. man, Clifford
'added by persons riders," The Rev. James L. Monroe
Is to cause misery and trouble "Baby" Combs. pastor of Riverside Baptist ,
to 'the receiver. When some -
1 11 1 11 1 1 1 11111111 Church, while deploring the ;, o 1
people are )jealous of o the r MARIE' KNIGHT, once A popular "handiwork" of some of the ,.D P J *
people, their only thoughts are gospel singer, has turned to people of his home state, Alabama "
'to upset the applecart. If Mr. the pop field in music. After her as the actions of depraved ,C;,
'and Mrs. John Doe are doing engagement at the Diplomat on beasts went on to show dlspro- G "
"well, have a nice home, car, nice the Beach, Clyde Klllens has val of the tactics of the freedom M Y' i +"t .i,
cothes: Jewelry, money In the made arrangements for her to riders.
bank, then some fool starts mak- sing at the Knight Beat starting
ing phone calls or writing let tonight, June 8 through the I do not deny the right of the
ters to Mr. Doe or Mrs. Doe hop 4th. The following week good reverend to criticize these
Ins that the happy twosome will Miss Lula Reed of the Sonny tactics! However, had the k i ; k
break relations. Why? Have Thompson days will be on hand churches done their duty as witnesses ,
these troublemakers so much for two weeks. Then "Blood for Christ, these tactics A M
time on their hands that thereIs Shot Eyes", Wynonle Harris will would have been unnecessary. ...
nothing else to do but meddlein be in for two.. weeks. One thing What I do question, Insofar as
someone else's business. aboutClyde Rev, Monroe Is concerned, is his
Last week someone sent a he knows how next comment about the riders
telegram to a man's wife saying i and when to He went on to say, as quoted ina .it ;
Tier husband was seen with another 4k. operate andthat's local newspaper, "It eeemg as ,
woman. Yes, that's the just what I though some of them are crest p ,
new fad sending telegrams he Ls doing. Oh ing antagonistic situations so
Can you Imagine someone spending yes Clyde's new I that they may become martyrs. <
nick !is
butt pood Into hard someone earned else's money bust to k... "The Glass." It appears to me that the be These male models will appear when the :Miami
loved Jesus, whom Rev. Monroe "Fashions in Rainbow" Sun-
the Models
HESS? They also had to spend Continental present
Pretty little calls his congregation to worship
time to go to a phone booth and a, R f'K June"11 5 :30 til 8:30 at the Mary Elizabeth
Ida Moore sez each week, did likewise. His day, p.m.
send It. because If It! was! sent I Ftor
from home the phone number ," ,she 1 is lonesome very appearance on earth crest Hotel new Fiesta Room. Female models include :
would he file at the isle her ed antagonistic :situations which Mil-
on Mildred Miller
Smith Sylvia McFord
Jessie ,
graph office so I angered the hyprocrltes of His ,
would day. He, too, could have avoid dred Hodges, Ruby Lazier and Susie Holmes.
To top It off when the boy
tor ,that $4 l ed marydom, but instead clungto Trio Fish and
Jones Ray
came to deliver the telegram it reasont! truth And what is truth In! Guest stars are the Myrtle ,
'almost caused Airs Doe to havea here ture is of a her.pic this day? Certainly not racial Calypso All Stars, Danny Ray, Bobby Kendricks Trio,
heart attack she has heart
trouble and relatives living out spouse, Johnny| segregation! It !Is the acceptance and Terrell Rude.
life of all ofone's
in all areas of
Moore.If .
'of the cltv. The only thing she fellowmen --
could think of was that some
'one In her family had passed. and when, 1ri Condemn me It you will for IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
What was In the telegram, after we have plc-*; ; disagreeing with a man of the
she read It, didn't bother lures t h, i Sf
; cloth. Perhaps I, too, like the SUSPENDEDWhy
her because Mr. Doe Is pretty 'Column, let'sfc freedom riders, am creating an
well known and gets around with not forget our fairer sex, and antagonistic situation so that I wait up to six weeks to clear your record whenwe

the public a lot. look what at could be Miss nicer than Col-to may become a martyr. After all, can clear you and have your driver's license backin
The telegram Is In the handsof lins. pretty Sally the assertion of truth In high wallet in ONE DAY at .
the local authorities due to places has always been conducive your
the fact that Mre. Doe does havea I to martydom.
SCREAMING; Jay Hawkins and Servfce-F/rsf/ Insurance
heart ailment and It could Agency
have caused her death. Then Chlckle Home tore up the Capitol However, when those who
too, It Is against the law ,to use Theatre last night. Next preach Christ and at the same 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355
communications of any type to week, there is gonna be, another I. time decry the actions of those and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4-6612
good showEach week better
do malicious damage to a personor who have been denied their con
persons. It and when they I and better, so come out Thurs stitutional rights, I feel I must Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
find out who it Is, I will print[ day night at 11:00.: speak out.

the name In large black
EFPIE IS HACK!! Ng M 41r5 1 + Sti 4vG ooooco OOOOOGOO QQOQOOOC o
letters so that everyone will
know who did it.
I feel that if this person had Till next week Live Life,
spent that time and energy try- Every Golden Minute of it. MASS MEETING !
ing to get something for himself -
or herself maybe they woulddo
as well as Mr. and Mrs. Doe. Quality

Since the

,. Kennedy ministration Ad has PhotographyDONE BYJohnson SUNDAY, JUNE 4th 3:30: P.M.

come to power .

,k? the considering Washington big ,wigs one are!In ?5yy.Y..l '. 5 GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCHHEAR i

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of Florida's i x 1k
," <,
most prominent :
.1 attorneys for an

'AllRINdTOX F ---1 AIm i ion.important He positi-is,government of t FRANK D. REEVESAIDE

course Henry our Arring own. I ",. TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE
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Since the l. \ ', i : II' UNITED STATES, JOHN F. KENNEDY
tights began at
4heSlrJohnHotel of 'Miami DISCUSS:

always Deat, you see that can 409 N.W. 17th Street THE MAJOR ISSUES OF THE DAY

long black Cadillac Phone FR 7.2294
day night pull COMIIS ---I '

Thanks to you for a successful

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; .,.:-.""'* -.7.....www" .:""...? ; THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Dr. Edwards Installs I

Club Officers
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': Home is a lovely place to en I

/ : .- .It' .JJ' College Students Urged to tertaln. '
? distinct:
., ,4THAT Hospitality was r expressed *
\ ;: to the Sun Shine Com
.4.... ;$,. ;. .,, .. Ride Home Without BiasNEW munlty Club of Liberty City and
to Dr. Almond Edwards who In
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ti; j.Io stalled the new officers for the
:j." ...&A......._....... ".........._.._......_._:._..._..._.______-'"_ today urged members- of ita 123 ed Freedom"the publicity Riders focused on the 1961.62 club year. They Include
----------------- w and the heavy Mrs. Odessa James presidentand
key college units in 33 states to
/ MOW 'tO BE DEAmnitiL armed guard needed for their Ruth Williams, recording
DRED CLARK MABEL GLOV return home on a "nonsegregated protection have led leaders of I
Relax and! read something con ER ANNIE HUDSON, DF1nNI E transportation basis at the the Rides to feel that, the viciousness secretary. :
I structive for a few minutes each JOHNSON MARY NIXON CONSTANCE end of this school year.. crudity and disregard the Our chief purpose la to assist t :

v day. Do not read of crime and SANDILANDS, HAZEL of law characteristic of Southern community. "
? other results of negative minds. SIMMONS. Estimated campus populations segregationists have been f
\:11 Never think envy, Jealousy or affected is 546,460, including well exposed." !
greed. Remember, you feast on LINKS, Inc. Last year in Los Howard University in Washington NEW! DIFFERENT!
your thoughts. To think evil Is Angeles at their 12th Annual D. C. with a student population However, the Ride leaders :
to poison your banquet. To be National Conference keynote of 4,800, the bulk of agree that "the Rides have not I
beautiful, you must be happy. ,To speaker John Roosevelt addressed wMm'reside in the South. yet tested to what extent Negro
be happy' you inuSt be building 500 guests on the theme of Roy Wilkins the association's passengers engaged In normal
towafds:a gent 1 that will benefit the meeting "The Pursuit of executive secretary, urged the and routine travel will be able
others than yoUrself. Walk, talk Excellence." Many referenceswere students to "sit where you to enjoy segregated use of
look and act happy (A note! of made to a study underwritten choose on trains and buses" and facilities" he said.
thanks to Mrs. Grace C. Wynne by Rockefeller Brothers to "use terminal restaurant and II III
for sharing: this thought withus Funds Inc., the title of whichLs other facilities without discrimi- "The impending end of school
this week.) "The Pursuit of Excellence: 2 nation." terms in colleges throughout the I I

.. Education and the Future of Mr. Wilkins noted that the directive country affords an opportunity '
America." Of significance was 'will obviously apply to for such tests," he said. Hampton House
TRACTOR TRADE urged for this quote: Our conception students whose routes home lie
of excellence exclusively with state wellas AND VILLAS
Freedom Riders. A lawyer telegraphed must embrace a as
many kinds of achievements or to those who will be inter
the governor of Mississippi TV NOT WORKING?
recently offering to ex many levels. There is no singlesca'e state passengers. 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
change "eleven tractors for / or simple set of categories' "The Supreme Court's rulingsare It you live in Liberty City or
twenty-seven" Freedom Riders. In terms of 'which to measure excellence clear as to both types of Brownsville we will repair your Phone NE 3.0611COMPLETELY
Edward I. Rot chltd, in his telegram in abstract intellectual travel" he said. TV on credit. PaT weekly. Free
to Qov Ross R. Barnett, I activity, in art, in music, in The NAACP spokesman observ estimate. Call OX 19426. Indf
said "I am white and not an managerial activities in craftsmanship AIR

organization, just an individual. in human relations in --_. _._--- ----_..._. ....- -.----- .- .-.---._..
technical work CONDITIONED
the NAACPor I
I do not represent

CORE or Anything like that." This along with many other e
He said that he had arrived at pertinent factors pointed up the
the figure of 11 tractors for 27 need and gave rise to the adoption Take the family to dinner
Freedom Riders using the same of their national project "a atHAMPTON -
factor that Castro used. The Cuban search for and guidance of talented
Premier asked 600 tractorsin youth In a democracy." 1 HOUSERESTAURANT
exchange for 1,200 prisoners.

Mr. Rathechlld said that If the It was with deep pride and a
governor accepted the offer he sense of responsibility that the NlI:1iI'I1t:
woud: not have "any trouble Greater Miami Chapter of The Food Prepared by

making good on it." Links, Inc., spotlighted the GIft- Chef Martin Crue

ed and Academically Talented at Formerly with
HOY SCOUTS' llth World their second Spring Tea held in
Jamboree will be held on the I auditorium and foyer of North Arthur Wilde on the Beach

spot where the Battle of Marathon western Senior High School at ?
four o'clock at Saturday afternoon ,
was fought in 490 B.C. In
Greece come July, 1963. T h I B May 27 More than 100 N r, N USE HAMPTON HOUSE
youths were honored. Recipientsof
spot is an ideal one for this
event. There will be a two-mtle the "Links' Key of Merit" Convention, Hall
long sandy beach bordered by were Clarice R. Jolllvette Blon ..-----......... I
250 acres of pine forest. Plans eva Moreland, Barbara Owens, For Banquets, Meetings !
beautiful 150room
This picture taken at 'the
are underway now to send representatives Annie Herlong, Tyrone Jackson was I
from this area. Langston McKinney, Robbie Mc. Imperial Hotel where the Daughters of Kazah Court 117 Conventions

Cray Naomi Johnson Margaret held their Annual Feast of Isis on Monday, May 22, at
Singleton, Denny Davenport, Large parking area
1.IPLFh Word has come to Theodls Felton. 8:30.:

us from Los Angeles, Calif., that From left to right: Noble William Finder, Dt. Johnny 4200 N.W. 27th AvenueNE
former Miamian, JACK CROW. Tuesday evening the banquetroom
M. Hill 111. Commander 111. Samuel
DER. will: have a leading role at Hampton House wa* the ; Potentate ;3-0611
In "Fly Blackbird." Jack U the setting for a fabulous buffet Installation Sweeting; Noble Pasco, promotional director; Noble

son of Earnest Crowder party which was en- James Smith, patrol captain, and Noble John Williams, Harold Kemp Res. Mgr.
the death of Kelsey Pharr,
Since toyed by "connecting links" and i recorder.
Carl Jones Is leaving the famous Links as well Outgoing president i -
Delta Rhythm Boys. New men I ..
Mrs. Charles L Williams "
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who will replace them are Installed the following new officers .
COLEMAN. and HUGH BRIAN. : Mrs. Nathaniel (Lugusta)

graduation exercises Co'ston president; Mrs. Eugene
Off to the
to their off-springe pickup Bernice) Kemp vice president;
,see Mrs. Aaron (Walton) Robinson,
their baccalaureate degrees are
Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Davis who secretary; Mrs. Mary I. Williams, Royal DriveInCORNER
corresponding secretary: Mrs.
wi'l stop over at FAMU to see r
daughter, JOYCE get hers and Alvin treasurer.W. (Theoria) Houston,

then motor to 'Fisk to witness
their other daughter IRAL, receive -
a degree! in chemistry 68TH TERRACE AND 15TH AVENUE
WEDDING mUS. will have
went to
Mrs. Louise Rolle up
B-CC tihs week to see son rung
Wr.llam: "Rick" Rolle receive a SANDS and JAMES V. PAGE by PROUDLY PRESENTS
B.S. degree In physical education June 10. At this time the wed .

GWENDOLYN MOON'S ding reception will be held at
her march down the home of The Henry Clarke's BONUS
parents will see 10 DAY
the commencement aisle at home in Coconut Grove. Congratulations I .
and beet wishes!
Hampton Institute Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Bush will be beamIng -
with rightful pride when
his diploma at Knoxville One Greetings!! Mr and Mrs. James
moments In Mrs. Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
of the proud
Doreen Young's life will be Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Syvester
when the president of Morehouse Stallsworth, June 2; Mr. and
College: confers the B. S. de Mrs. James Noral, Mr. and Mrs.
gree upon her son, ROBERT John Pinckney, June 3;.. Mr. and .
Mrs. Young leaves Saturday to Mrs. Earl Edwards June 4; Mr.
witness this milestone in the life and Mrs. Ellis Adderley, June
of her oldest son. 6; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Edwards All Dinners '
Sr., June 8. ;
Edward Waters College cited i .. (

one of its foremost product, i IIIHTIIH: A baby girl, Elmma ,1-. "
CHARLES L. WILLIAMS last Verletta Thompson, May %1.

week News-hen, MALDE M. Parent are the Henry Thomp. 6 7 i 4 Each
REID returned to FAMU during sons of Opa Locka.
I the week to attend a class
reunion after 25 years .
HEZEKIAH, left Tuesday to attend Ann Jarrett, Barbara E. Rogers,
the Inter-session at Indiana Gladys Thurston, Mary Blatch, .
University. Lulu Miller, Daisy Benson, June .
1; Viola Chlnn Cecil Pratt,

ALPHA PKLTA Chapter of June 2; Richard Cook, Margie
-Phi Delta Kappa Sorority cele Henry June 3; J. B. Staley, All Breakfast

brated Its founding by worship* I William Griffin, Bettye ChrLe-' .
I June 5 Alma P. Johnson,
ping at The Church of The Open tlan, ;
Sunday. It was a delightful May Tucker, Cecelia Wiggins,
Door on
experience to chat with Georglanna Johnson, James A.
EMMA WILLIAMS, first anti. Stubbs, Verneka Dames June 6; 574: Each

baslleus: ; MARIE HOUSE, 3rd Michael Hezeklah, Mary L. .
MYRTLE DULLARD Smith Regina Davis June 7;
grammateus; LOIS Ollie Reeder, Oscar J. EdwardsSr.

Journalist, ENID
CURTIS, reporter; EFFIE Me
director: There Is no use going
FADGON, program
ELOISE DROWN dean of looking for the lost opportunity
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961 Tampa; James Henry Argrett Sr.,' ,Jacksonville; Cecil W. Beauticians
Boston, Orlando;. Polly D. Brooks, Jacksonville ; Maggie

Carter, Jacksonville ; Chester Reynolds, Jacksonville ;

I Jackson Mason Daniels, Jacksonville ; Nelson Davis, Jack- End r-'ee.'igi' .
sonville ; Albert Dixon, Jacksonvi1leFlorence; Sylvia
Dixon, Jacksonville; ,Garlieva Gardner, Jacksonville ; The 24tli annual. '.c&ttenttl
Frank Hampton, Jacksonville ; William Theodore Harper of the Orange Blossom, Beau
Association:? foe. .
ticians' ,
Hawkins Miami Charles ;
Jacksonville; Godfrey W. ; ed officially Sunday, May, 21,
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX: 1-0421 Franklin James, Jacksonville ; Julia Williams Morris, 7:30: I. >.m. at the Flreti InatltAtlonal -
Branch I> at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami,.Florida-Phone FR 32280 Jacksonville ; JUchard Murray, St. Augustine; Henry Baptist Church, Lakeland,
Ethelbert Reeves, Miami; Joseph Eddie Salley, Jacksonville Rev. P. H. Gibson Jackson, pastor

II. B. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ; Garland V. Stewart, Tampa; Ulysses R. Thomas,. Mayor large ft. delegation U. and;welcomedthe : ,members

GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor Tampa ; James R. Wiggins, Callahan' Charles, Williams, and presented the president
:Miami Reden R. Williams Tampa.. ,. Mr*.. Alalne" .S.walaon? '4
Entered M Second CDnas ,Matter, August:0, 1DC7, at the Poet Officeat ; gold '''key to the'' 'city in ah,.impressive \.

Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 The alumni induction ceremony was conducted. by Postell, public message school Mist teacher Vivian,

Member of the Associated Negro Press Mrs. Florence Dixon and L. G. Genright. was 'the main speaker .Her: Subject
"The Face in The Mlri' r-H
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher, Association: Mrs. Louise Genwright, president of the Jacksonville was profound and t>enei' llnJ.

SUBSCRIPTION ,RATES Alumni Association was program coordinator. Monday at noon an impressive

ONE YEAR '''.Io-SIX MONTHS $2.1G-T REE MONTHS $1.70 Following the program a reception was held in the ceremony the queen.marked Mrs.the crowningof Gertrude

CREDO OF .THE NEGRO PHBSS" Lee Auditorium. Shipp of Unit 23, West Palm
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beet lead the world Beach was winner; Mrs. Margaret
from racial and national antagonisms when it accord to every man Commencement exercises, the 95,, took place on Black, Unit 6, West, Palm
regardless of race, color or creed his human and legal right. Hating Tuesday at, 10 a.m. Beach, first runner up; Mrs.
no man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man Callie Jackson; Unit 3, .second;
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held The college has made much progress in recent Mrs. Vlnett Sherman Unit 2, St.
bask years. In 1955 the Southern Association of Colleges and Petersburg, Mrs, pllen Days,
Unit 55, Miami and Mrs. Vivian
Secondary Schools accredited the junior college. Since
ShaW, Unit 8. Orlando, were the
"Who has lost Ills freedom has nothing else to lose"-German that time there has been continuous growth. Student enrollment attendants. These lovely ladies

in 1960 was 1,043. graced the state float at 6 p.m.
SWIM IN in a mile.long parade of beautiful
The college now awards the bachelor degree, symbolic floats and decorated cars,

Tuesday was Memorial Day and as usual crowds of the completion of four years of academic studyto Miss Joyce Conley won the
were at the beaches and other picnic grounds. From Virginia its graduates I Beauty School Scholarship in
Beach some young folks thought they would cross the oratorical contest, 8:30 p.m.
Ye Editor thanks Dr. Stewart and the Citation com-, at Bethel AME Church, Rev. A.
over to the other side near the bridge where white youths C. Chandler, pastor. Her subjectwas
were swimming. They did, but found resentment. Trafficon mittee for having numbered him: among those receiving "The Negro and Beauty
the bridge slowed down out of curiosity .and the police awards and also for other courtesies shown him. Culture." '

stepped in to prevent trouble. A white youth was arrestedon Tuesday and Wednesday educational -
Was pleased to see James Espy and T. B. Dansby, beauty clinics were con
a charge of hindering a police officer in "the" perfor-. both former principals of B. T. Washington, Miami. Mrs, ducted by Chairman D... IA. Julius
mance of his duties. Sara (Scott) Stewart also :Mr. Genwright, with whom; and Assistant chairman, ,Mrs.
Gertrude Shlpp, and were well
Negroes have been swimming in these waters_ before Ye Editor was fellow passenger enjoying a trip from New. attended. '

and they will continue to do so. Our white.youth must remember York to Jacksonville by a Clyde Line ship 36 years ago. The hair style ahow, sponsor.ed .

that recreational public facilities are not segregated the held
Jacksonvillians are pleased with the desegregation ot by association was
especially the open sea that God made for: all of lunch counters in 28 business places the past week. Tuesday 9:30: p.m. The theme
His children, black and white. was "National and International
Sweethearts on Parade in ,Fashion
"And God called the dry land Earth ; and the gath- Waiting rooms in the Union Station have been de- Flairs of 1961.; Mrs. ,Bertha

ering together of the waters called the Seas; and God egregated long ago. H. Perry of Miami was chair-
man and Mrs. Vivian Postell,
saw that it was goodGen. 1 :10. narrator. -

<< <<--?? lions in Alabama and Mississippi. Wednesday 8:30: p.m. the
: Chosen Twenty Five Banquet
JUST BROWSIN'By honoring the state presidentand
NEW REPUBLICSouth Because some Freedom Riders unit presidents was held in
PAUL HENRY tried to use bus facilities, they the dining room of the Rochelle
Africa became a republic on May 31. In that e: republic three million whites rule thirteen million blacks. prison. the honorees and a plaque was
Information released on Wed awarded ;the state. president by
They had it bad enough when South Africa was in nesday sets Dade County School i Theta Nu Sigma Sorority for

the British Commonwealth. Now she is out, we may expect budget for '61-62 at over to President France Kennedy for has gone meritorious. Mrs.service'F' \ ,M.in All the, state organization

things to get worse. However time will tell, but it is $80,000,000. Supt. Joe Hall be with General DeGaulle:a,meeting he is baslleus.
well remember all and He will lieves something like $83,000- enroute to Vienna where
to God loves us protec 000 will be required. The budget he will All units and committees completed
His African children meet Niklta Khrushchev and dis their'
for 60-61 was $79,400- reports Thursday
I world .
cuss problems.As
685.78 morning. A candle light memo
As this is being written 12 representatives of British expected there are those rial service for departed mem-
independence The $200 raise in pay for bers was conducted at 1 p.m. by
Carribbean territories are in London discussing their who can see nothing worthwhile
teachers given by the state, fig Mrs. Louise Bassey and her committee
resulting from such
which they hope will come in 1962 when ured on teacher-units will haveto while others believe a meeting .
they will be known as the West Indian Federation. be supplemented as Dade will can come out of the some meet. good Mrs. Alaine S, Waldon was
have more teachers than the elected
president of the association
Jamaica is the largest and leader in the Federation, state provided for. We can expect Khruschev to for the 17th year. She
then there are ,Barbados, Antigua, Trinidad, Grenada, St. be frank even if not earnest.' If thanked the members for their
Vincent, Tobago St. Lucia Cayman Islands St. Kitts President Kennedy Is equally as ,confidence and pledged continued
Attorney General Robert Kennedy I frank and we believe he will, loyalty to the organization.
Nevis, Turks and Caicos. on Monday asked the Inter then there should at least be ad Mrs Catherine Ross of Tampawas
\ state Commerce Commission to understanding "'between the two, elected first rice president;
issue regulations specifically that might leave the situation,1, Mrs. Thomasena Dorrell of
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: banning segregation in Inter- in a better position than it is (at Jacksonville, second vice; Mrs.
state bus transportation and bus tho present time. We must wait Louise Dupree of Cocoa, third.

Ye Editor made a short visit to Jacksonville this week stations. The request was made and see. However honest, talking All elected.others were unanimously re-
because of recent deplorable acO will do no harm.
leaving Miami on Sunday and returning on Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Elizabeth Mainer. St.

He was accompanied by his grandson, Russ Jolli- + ivS S+ v ., -.A. ., Petersburg and Mrs. Callie,
Jacksonville, were elected delegates
PLAN YOUR SUMMER VACATION to the National Convention

The purpose of the visit was to receive an award at in Chicago In July; J. D.
WITH US AND LET'S VISITAmerica Jenkins of West Palm Beach
the annual alumni and honors program of Edward and Mrs. Louise Bassey 'of Or
Waters College on Monday night, May 29. lando, alternates.The .
South convention meets in Sarasota -
Upon our arrival we were met by business manager In 19 U.

Barnett and housed in the Fiesta Motel, ,a 26-room mod-
ernly equipped building not far from tAe college.
C, Gaylord Rolle', Miami
Alumni and honors program was one of the highlights 21' Visiting: Rio De Janeiro, Sao Paulo 21 Times+ dispatcher, Is' In Holy

of the commencement exercises and was enjoyed by all Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Cross dale, !as Hospital a result of Fort an auto Lauder-accident

present. Lima, etc. early last Friday morn-
ing. lIe sustained a ,broken leg
Presiding was Miss: Lucinda Stewart. The college GO NOW! PAY LATER and other injuries.
choir furnished music ; Rev. Hollis Hooks, devotion; Mrs.R. Role': was travelling loath of
G. Gardiner, the occasion. Charles L. Williams, prin- Round Trip $645.00 Pompano Beach on U S. 1,

cipal of the Booker T. Washington High School, Miami, Includes Air Transportation, Hotel Atcommodations, Sightseeing while vehicle a were state northbound.patrol and another The

was the speaker. Williams, who graduated from Edward Trnn.rfcrs to Hotels and Airports, Taxes, Tips and patrol car pulled into the southbound -
Waters High School, gave his audience much food for Continental Breakfast Rolle'. lane and collided with

thought and received merited applause. DEPARTURES EVERY TUESDAY

Remarks were also made by President Stewart and Miami International Airport 3:00 p.m.

,the Rt. Rev.. Sherman Greene Sr., presiding bishop of' the BOOK YOUR PASSAGE NOW ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
11th Episcopal District of the AME Church and chairmanof
the Board of Management of Edward Waters College ,
For everyone We specialize in
Awarding the citations were : Mrs Amy Hall, North's Travel Bureau assigned risks, with small down
Dr. William B. Stewart and Bishop Greene. payment. Financing arranged.

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DOWNTOWN NEGRO AREA Demeritte Bound Over Ort):. .

.. First Degree Charge "

WotI(a Relocate in ,

And ulation works on the 'Beach, and I 1/".';'11'ft':;"'" .''d1 f'1!" "--, Edmund Demerltte,.,34, of
Liberty City ,
that the population Liberty
\ : 1328 NW FJrst" Court, was GA. PRESBYTERY
I .;
City is 60,000, the same, as that
Brownsville living in. downtown smaller dis- I :# bound over to the grand jury ona'
trict. I .; charge of first' degree\ murder INTEGRATESThree
A staff writer of the Miami I .f'J
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following an, inquest and hear-
Herald reported in that dally He holds that his plan is fair
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last, Sunday that Dade County's for everybody, including property : i 3 ing into the savage stabbing of I Negro Presbyterian

biggest manager of Negro prop- owners in the district. .' ,!' ,_ Miss Carolyn J. Booker, 23. of I Churches in Atlanta, have been i t
erty, It. L.. Brooks, had advanced I "''. 420 NW 9th st.' ,which was held I invited this week into full mem I
plans "The downtown grounds will 'l'I ; bership in the all-white Atlanta
on Saturday that I'
would gradually blot out the be worth as much or more for ,, .,. ..-...... Wednesday morning in Justice I' Presbytery i
other besides Negro housing of Peace Ralph B. Ferguson's
Negro Central District and make uses ; .r' ..
: ,. The resolution, during a voice
; If !
it a part of a new downtown Miami I he said. 1'tjI ( Court. vote, passed almost unanimously

Negro leaders are opposed to I:. S >, The incident occurred May 3, by ministers and elders representing
98 churches.The .
'Mr. Brook's proposal is that the plan. 'Archdeacon John E. t in an alley on 4th ave and 11th
the 60,000 Negroes living down- Culmer of St. Agnes Episcopal Terr. Negro churches would be
Church said "For the last 20 't'l f.
town in of admitted
an area a square '1oH' some time in the near
mile, would move north to the years there has been talk of t The hearing was marked by a future, said Rev. Cyrus Mallard I
11-square mile Liberty City moving the downtown Negro series of legal ,battles between I till next year when the Synod
area. He thinks that eventually area and "the people have been Carr and Kogen over a numberof of Georgia meets for the final ,
boundaries of the new principal against it. vital points in the case, with decision, he added
Negro community wouldbe Atty. Kogen gaining the nod of !
lie observed that changing
79th street on the north, the the court in most of the battles. The resolution admits the '
times may now make the plan three
churches with 'full rights
39th St. the
Expressway on feasible But he warned that unless Two witnesses were called by and responsibilities. ," but said
south, the Sixth Ave. (North. "
the themselveswere ,
Negroes I
South) Expressway on the east the state: James Lasslter, 15 of they are "to be governed by pru
consulted on such a major REUNION DAY I dence and
patience In
and the Seaboard railroad trackson project affecting them there 1132 NW 4th ave., and his I the participation of their restricting mem

the west. would be resentment and opposition. SPEAKERCarver his mother, Mrs. Rovena Lucas. bers In all surh Atlanta Presby- I

Under this plan the Central Lassiter testified that he was tery activities" which the groupor

Negro District would undergo a Attorney Henry Arrington, Portlock, a well known awaken by a noise outside his Its, committees consider unwise i 1
complete change. Northwest 14th member of Miami Housing Authority I member of the Class of 1951 of home, about 4:30: on the morn ,1
St. would replace Flagler St. as said he would never endorse I Booker T. Washington High ing of the incident. He got up I- -S :i'I
the main east-wast thoroughfare a plan to move Negroes School, will be the principal went outside and saw a man 1 1f
and the downtown develop from one section to another. To speaker at the annual Alumni bending over a and stumping a Quality 6
ment would swallow up the do so, "would imply that I favor reunion .program, which will be woman who 'was lying on the
area now being used for Negro the perpetuation of segrega held on this Tuesday afternoon, ground, tussling and screaming PhotographyDONE f
housing. tion," he said. June 6 at 2 o'clock in the Booker "don't kill me."
T. Washington auditorium.The \
Brooks is reported to have "I'm in favor of Negroes llv classes of 1941 and 1931 The>' man ""ran 'when he" saw BYJohnson
,suggested plans for buildingthat 'ng ,in any type of housing they will also be celebrating reunions him. Lasslter identified Demerit )
would prevent the" newareas' ;an afford in any section of Ml I on the occasion. A large I te as the man he saw ,
City and from Metro becoming planners blighted are said> .ml," number, of alumni, students and Mrs., Lucas, 'largely corroborated :' .I'I:
friends will attend the annual .
to ,be {Interested in the proposal. The city and county plannersire the testimony 'given by her .. >
observance, which is always a son ':,
the only ones with whom he
the schedule of
high point on
He is quoted as saying: "Con.
has discussed his plan, he said.
venience is what has kept moat commencement activities of the 'For; the'. defense Carr called .
Brooks stated that he will takeIt
school. tour of the witnesses who had
of the Negroes In the downtown
district. But with the expressways to a representative committeeof The reunion ball will be heldon been subpoenaed by the state,
and a. good transit system, Negro leaders. Friday evening, June 9 at 10 This followed a legal battle between
o'clock at the Harlem Square Carr and Kogen. P MI f,
most of the population could y1,
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Ballroom. Funds raised from the III
now find It 'just as convenientto
Called Carr Homicide
by were
live in Liberty City." MIAMI TIMES ADS sponsorship of the ball will go
toward the alumni's annual Detectives Arthur C. Malonis,
t and Robert J, Utes of the Miami
estimated scholarship award, which goes
.He that about 60
'per;,:.cent of the downtown pop each year to some deserving Police Department, Leila J, I
Booker, a sister of the victim,
member of the graduating class
and Willie R. Halley of 2419 of Miami
"'..4's' .. NW 57th st. Carr attempted to
.. orl":: weaken the 'state's case ,by testi 409 N.VV. 17th Street
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SPORTS WORLD OVER building Coming By ELLIOTT up from a ,tremndous J.behind PIEZE pace and, SOCIAL.SBCURJTY I Happy BirthdayHappy .i I II

G.en Holloway, 141, West Hol
lywood, scored a technical Ree AAAAer
knockout over Willie James,

... ----J... __ 145, of Greenville, Fla. in 45
rv.- II "''''' w. 1oJ .# 'Q w :
... Il.--I. tee. seconds
of the fifth round of the .
HILL AND SPARKS TURN- MIXED HOWLING OFF TO main bout' at the Sir John arena r---as ew..w ..
DRDAM INTO REALITY GOOD START Monday night. James had takena
commanding lead in the con
Loan us a dozen boys and we The Mixed Bowling League test, but Holloway staged a re There's good news for disabled
will: repay you a dozen men of which made its debut last Wed markable comeback persons under 50, accord
good citizenship, is the proposition nesday night at the Ml Bowling Ing to Edward P. Blomston: dis
Charles Hill and Frank Lanes, wasted no time in get Herb Silas, 192, Miami score trict manager of the Miami Social
Sparks have to offer this, com ting the thrills spread over the ed a TKO over Roosevelt Jones, Security: office.
munity. tunes. 184, In 1:45 of the 6th roundof Before last year's amend.
The frightful thought of the the semi-Anal attraction. ments to the social security lawa
tong summer months approachingwith Skilled bowling accounted for In other boats the following disabled worker under 60
hundreds of our youth Cecil'A Radio and TV sweepinga were the results: Tommy Evans, could have his social security
roaming the streets with no ap three game set and leading the 145, Opa Locka, TKO'd Billy record "frozen," but he and his
parent destination; yet stock- young league; Eastern Air Shelly, 142, Miami in 50 sec family could not be paid monthly
full of energy; was the basis for Lines Golden Falcons, MontezEdgecombe onds of the 4th round.A benefits until! he reachel ace 50

these two young men to con Earl Washingtonare bout between Eddie Lud- This Is
ceive the idea of runners up with two wins now changed. Any per
organizing a low, 135, Miami and Rye Guantanamo -
under the
son 65 who
baseball Little and one loss, bringing up the age
League. 133, San Juan, was de
the definition of I
"disability" In
end are Earl Edge, EAL Silverfalcons
clared no oontest, because Guantanamo -
Giving it thought, but no de and Pete with one and struck head the social security law, and who
lay in action they struck at the two loses. *'' of the ring poles hits on one has worked long enough In employment I
core of youth movement in : covered by social SP- birthday greeting to
environs, they met with Frank our High' score for single game Santo Flores, 125, Purto Rico, curity may be eligible for bone- I Mrs. Ollie Rabb from her hus
- "Uncle" Ross, recreational director was bowled by Frank Richbury, gained a unanimous decision fits, regardless of his age. band, children and frlenda
of the 226, Leo Armbrister (hey! that'sme over Jimmy Walker, 132, Miami
YMCA, this chain Carver Branch ) 202 and Colin James 201. m a 4rounder.Sammy "If you are a disabled worUer' We love you, Indeed we do.
events Mackey. 121, Homestead under age 65," Mr. Blonaton We hope that. the Lord will
quickly brought into focus as High score for three games won a unanimous decisionover urges, "consu't your social se bless and keep you to see many
members of
an executive boardof was bowled by Frank Richbury curity office right away to seo
the ; Manuel Ponce, 122, San. many more.
Little League; Larry 686! Darden Gaker, 487 and Juan iu the fourth bout of the If you are eligible for monthly
Lovett, president: Herman Colin James 484. benefits." The costume that you are
Payne, vice president; Catherine evening wearing is
Persons who are .!O severely a representation of
Gibson, secretary and Frank SPEED AND ENDURANCEIIA.V disabled that they cannot work your first appearance to the
Brown, commissioner. world, the stars that
ITS LIMIT and who have no immediate were
The sequence of planning was 3 Brand New Homes hopes of recovery, and who have around at your birth were not
carried out with the timely efficiency This is truly the age of speed worked under social security for visable to oyo fight of those that
of a well executed -but this week will go into the 1260 N.W. 55th St. at least 6 out of the 10 years were present. But we are thank
doubleplay and before you could record books as a record breaker just before becoming disabled ful to the good Lord that God's
say it's a hit, it was a reality.A for endurance of man and 1437 N.W. 56th St. should apply immediately. guiding Angel kept watch over
Little League and a Pony I speed of machines and animals. tt39 N.W. 56th St. Disability Insurance benefits you, through trials and tribula .
League had been organized com for disabled 'warkers under ae tions, dangers, seen and unseen,
plete with uniforms and spon I Turning a few pages back; we OPEN: SUN. 2 to 6 P.M. 50 and their families were first good days and bad days. We all
I glnd it all started with Major payable for the month of November can join you in .saying, I thank
sors.There are six teams in each Shepherd's historic flight Into 3-Bedroom 2 Baths 1960. you Jesus, I thank yon.
league; the Little League is comprised apace; then the a ouped-up X-1E ,
of boys 13 and under; the was pushed to a 3,750 mph and Split levels We hope that you will accept
Pony League, 15 and under. another air force marvel streak garages QUESTIONS ANn ANSWERS these few words of cheer and
ed across the Atlantic to Paris
Florida rooms Question: I'll ,be 62 In Decem
The gracious sponsors of the one-tenth of the time Lindbergdid
teams are Wellers A & G Store, 30 years ago-:3 hours. A. J. ber. I've been told that If I retire (Signed Your husband: children
Consumers Market, Turner' Hoyt throttled his way to victory Harmar, Inc. MO 5.3592 that I'll need 21 quarters of And Friends
Sport Shop, Metropolitan Clean in the IndianopolLs "500 at coverage. How many will I need
era, Mikes Cleaners, Eddie' the grueling pace or 139 mph; to If I work on until I'm 65? Saying again, happy birthday
Drug Store. complete the ,speed endurance -- -- Answer: A woman who will be to you. Attendance, 45,
'The official rules of baseball's test, Carry Back manned by joe 62 this December needs only 13 1
Little: League would strictly be key Sellers wlh try to Imprint. See these Beautiful quarters (that's about 3 % years
adhered to; especially the one their names in the record books work). It's your age that determines disability benefits.
which applies to having the con by winning the third section of the quarters required -
sent of the little leaguer's pa the famous triple crown at Belmont not when you retire Question; My first husband is
rent for him to participate.This I Saturday. Homes Sunday Question: I am getting retirement dead. I have two children who
.. __ from social get checks on his I account. I
... payments
pSTRAIGHTEN .. .. .M. -- --
-- have remarried. If husband
definition of sportsmanship my
security, Now I have become disabled
is a true picture of a real Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. Can I get a disability adopts these children will their
little leaguer. check also checks stop .*
Sportsmanship is that qualityof Highly desirable location,
Answer: No. Once start Answer No. However
you : you
honorable behavior which be Manor Pool. This
near drawing retirement checks
from must te.l the social! security of
cause of its courtesy; dignity, re- is a must-see it now. Owner aoclal security, you cannot get flee about any adoption
pect, cooperation and truat
worthiness, habitually wins the going north, must be sold unn.! .... ,

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Four Florida beauticians are
v scheduled to reclv advanced
training awards from the Helene
Curtis Institute of Advanced ( '
Hair Styling, according to Richard

OXj L. of Syoen Special, Helene Markets.Curtis director 1.1 ITY',

The beauticians are: Mrs. Ed. ."OM* 'is '-/fte...>.g

na Mae Samuel of Walker's Petite
I STOPPED IN AT Ml Bowl Beat since they opened the back Beauty Salon of Opa Locka, 1-7959 N.W. 22nd .Ave. & 69th St.
j Ing Lanes to see Just what was all Into one spacious spot? It's Mrs. Anita Louise Cooper of
happening. You won't believe really the shaw place over town. All's Beauty Salon: of Pompano
me when I tell you that only Can't Bay much about Bob Mar Beach; Mrs. Sydney Jotlason of
two. lanes were going Sunday shall. To hear the sayings and La Petite Beauty Salon of Rich SATURDAYTWO
evening. Charlie Hayek, the the way some react, you would mond Heights, and Mrs. Mary
owner, popped up from come- not believe the show Is emceedby Zell Hines of Kip and Kurl BIG HITS IN COLOR
where and greeted me with, Bobbie. Beauty Shop of Miami.In -
"Let's bowl." I gave him the announcing the honors, Sy
old sore arm story and that's all oen called the Institute's Award,
he needed. Charlie swears he's a "Seal of confidence." It
PRESS SPECIALS "!!'" A VINO BROTHERS hkr shows he stated, "that the operator
going to have to close If some ,
big changes aren't made. Bowl .THAT BIRTHDAY Party Bar has been trained by
Ing la way off. People Just don't bara Cambridge celebrated May Helene Curtis experts In the RE! .
want something that's good, 24 Is still the talk of the townat modern Ever-Perm method of SEEN EI
clean and most popular everywhere Club MI. She's waitress In the chemical curl relaxation that
you go, except In our lounge I have a friend that's this company Is teaching all over
I area. The lounge is a bigger seeking 10 outstanding dance the world. It also: assures the ea+race. eat
drawing than his beautiful bowl- couples to take over that TV customer that she can have confidence (
Ing alley.: He tried everything to dance time Saturday p.m. My in the operator Into Shown at 7:30
} get newcomers Free Instructions friend thinks It's all for the take whose care she entrusts her
dally from 1 to 6, establish with little talent (They op hair."
leagues, offer prizes. You erate the "B" Bar at Columbiaand In order to qualify for an p .
know for fact, It's not anotherIn 17th ave. there) along with award, a beautician must receive
the city that can top Mi ''I'' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stanleyand i special Instruction. in the M-O-M rMwita IDNA ?.*..* .

Bowling, yet you aren't 'bowling the Joseph Wise really cele- application and use of Ever r111 LAJRUR
Why? Sore arm? If you can brated at Club Mi. The John Perm and her work must pass
suggest something to help pro Brasswells were also In on the the exacting Inspection of an t\\ Clrm.Scop and METROCOLOR
mote, see Charlie.GO party and the visiting guests authorized Helene Curtis technical 1 GIfNN FORD MAmA SCHEll ANNE BAXTER.!ARTHUR\ !O'CONNf1L ,
seem to enjoy the evening representative. The beautic
It's good to eee Thomas Cash ian's name Is then submitted to SHOWN AT 9:05 ...
back at MI. They
and the gang the Institute.
you may go South for that feature the mumbo.calypso beat.
matter. North's Greyhound and Helene Curtis Industries, Inc.,
Trallway service Is located on is the world's largest manufac-
3rd ave. and 11th st. It la an turer of professional! hair care
other travel service by North's I IHIin WALLACE will h a v e products.
Travel Bureau No matter how' plenty to talk about his flight to y ". SHFS THE QUEEN IH A
you travel to your vacation spot. Nassau to attend the funeral of 'a, KINGDOM OF CMMSI
-by sea, air space, North's Travel a friend and then to Cleveland, Personal Mention y M G M Presents
Bureau can arrange every- prior to his New York vacation.
thing for you. His agency offers He Is flying high and plenty. Mrs. Millie Reid Horton has PARTYGIRI?
ticket service, along with hotel Hope he Is enjoying that vacation now come to Miami to live per MErROColor
and whatever accomodatlons Hazel Beckwlth and manently. For many years, earlier 4 CINEAUSCOPE"
needed. I Richard Hall are mailing invitesto she was a frequent winter Robert 'Cyd leeJ.TAYLORCHARISSECOBB )J
their June 18th reception visitor. Mrs. Horton comes from .
.ANNIVERSARY: greetings Are Martha Robinson and Samuel I Washington D. C. where she has
sent to Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper Allen have planned their Rich lived most of her grown life. She /1
on their 18th anniversary and mond flights nuptial affair for was- born In New York City and John IRELAND
to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Payne June 4 (today) at Carver Dr- passed her childhood there. She wttt KENT SMITH CUURt OUT CORCVAUIN
of Richmond Heights. Helping to make ends meet Is the daughter of Capt. John O. BARBARA LANG MYRfU HANSEN
the auxiliary guild of the Urban Reid of the United States Army.
KING O'HEARTS League will be expecting you at I While in Washington she! was
After months from their Night In The Tropics. It'sa connected with the United States SHOWN' AT 11:15STARTS'
game and entertainment. Maud Treasury Dept. for
the main stems a long time
HVs 7th ave to
Reed is epear-heading In'' an official capacity.Mrs. .
27th between 62nd and 71st I
was very pleased to see Sam Horton says she Just
loves Miami which .she
and Dave back at the King considersa
O'Hearts. They have really been TI"'JJUVILL DE a "Sales fabulously beautiful city witha SUNDAY
around. What I like most about Party" given by Sgt. Daniel W. glorious climate which attracts
them they haven't \Iulins Chapter 39 of the Dls- tourists from all over the world. .. .
changed, you 1 1 '! J!&&.. .
get ible 1 American Veterans. Satur- Mrs. Horton has traveled extensively !IIr.1& I'
more out of their show '
since their tour Phil (The lay nLht, June 3 at 8 until. and has been on the V SALUTING THE CIVIL 'WAR CENTENNIAL!
Untouchable) Harris is good on This affair will be held at the five continents of the world. Her The screen has never known 'love story to
with .
any card, any time Sam home of Mr. and Mrs. James lLHall hobby is travelling. compare this I
Early and his band still master 844 NW 6th 66st. A few a' DAVID Q\criTMin/ip;) / JKARCARET MITCHEU'S
the dance Notice fmaxroH of tnyrr of IMI ou>tovm
stand and if you let highlights for your enjoyment: BeauticiansThe

Johnny Lomelo say It, he will Plenty of prizes to be given .
be there. They really: like the Theta Nu Sigma Sorority \ ',' GONE WITH THE WINDe
music on the lawn, ,
Sam outfit. away games, will meet! Monday, June 5 at 4 '
best barbecue in town and many p.m. at the home of Mrs. Black,
HAVE YOU ever tried "making other things you will enjoy. 600 21st street, West Palm :( e ClARK GAB"VIVIEN[ LEIGH
I Beach All: members are askedto
rounds", well Charles Hudson ####### "I"I" '" be present. Thanks. w7E LESOE HOWARD.
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and I did. Nothing to It since
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the bully gully moved In. The Meet Your Friend at : : i 4f"r \ e
first gully line, I would say to A$C1MOI tf1uMmNri PICK

hit the main drag, was at the LITTLE CAL'S IF IT'S FLOWERS MttR wrN MAR& &
Club Royae. Irwin and Frank You're
Legree (they were the first) now St. thinking of, call us
2955 N. W. 54th
over at Shaddle's Tavern the We can help) you with any of SHOWN AT 8:45
boys may have another. They rf*
always give you a run down for 0 jour flower occasions
your money. Back to the main "When Comedy Was King"
drag, entertainment Is wide Cold Beer and Wine
open, free everywhere, and in STARTS AT 7:30
most spots the tastes are at the Hot Sandwiches .
right price. You can pick your ';o.l\- :t7 :.-I ..... .... .

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GRADUATION EXERCISES 1101' N.W. 3rd Avenue --1 -( -...-. profe ()ja" I ;

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A TRIBUTE TO forward learning Into casting dark our areas light and try of YWCA NOTESAll I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

ing to find our path. The I SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961 PAGE 9
PROF. WILLIAMS brightness of our enlightenment ladies living in the Liberty ,
will determine how successfulwe City area are Invited to becomea '
Dy Barbara Bo'Ney are in finding our way. part of the Murrell Branch Graduates Urged to Attention All Vets '. '
YWCA Neighborhood program in
(Class of 1055) Principal Williams, "You knowus that area. Mrs, Lenora Johnson, Apply ForScholarships .r s
The American Legion, William
well .
co-chairman, will be hostess to '
"Bound together as we are by Sifting the good from bad the group at her home, 1238 Henry Bethel, Post No. 281 of **
the ties of a common nature and and you understand. NW 72nd st. on Tuesday June Richmond Heights, is still urge
of mutual dependence, every manis Without Here .Ls a special bulletin for
your love 6 at 10:30 The
each watch : a.m.
group (Ing all veterans to join them in
a fountain of Influence, good ful hour meets once, monthly and carrieson all high school students who finish i 1
or bad" *, conservative or destruc We Wasingtonians had very activities which are decided In the top half?;of their class. making their community a

tive. little power upon by its members. For additional Radio station WMDlh a 8 'strong one. Join now we are
Whether lie To reach this land. information, please call guaranteed two 4 year colege: waiting. There's a lot in store
his will
example. His or not, is By sacrifices made; by working Mrs. Carolyn McDonald,- FR scholarship loans for this year's for you.
an language, habits, as we played 72571. high school graduating classes.]
tastes contribute, even his to very manners.All You shaped our days. The awarding of these scholar The Post also has affairs cn

character and shaping moulding the lives the Gently guiding Praising CAMP MUKRELL ships Is based on both need and Saturday night on the corner of
of others. Chiding Camp Murrell the YWCA ability Polk St. and Perry Drive. Barbecue
All the way. Day Camp will be 5001,, Beth If you are in the top half of is oh sale along with a

Time has. like it always will, any Academy, 25th your class and interested in free whist game. Go out and
There You gave the gift and bore the ave. There will be three two- furthering your education, senda
pass away. are no pausesor strain take your friends and have a
intermissions week sessions, beginning on Monday letter to WMBM Community
for this good time. All members are asked
moving measurement. We ever Gave Us the pleasure took June 26 for girls and boys, Service Foundation, 350 NE to attend their meetings. For
are the lain; 814. Fees $8.00 71st St. Miami
allotted an amount of time to ages are per including your further information- contact
be used, You're fashioned so. session for members and $8.75 name, address, phone number
during our existence. Joseph Steward, commander
Some of us outlive To you for peaks and for non-members. There will bea and the name of the high school I
others therefore CE 5-145C at 14660 Filmore
heights attained, pickup station at Dixie Park attend. We
you will send
our time is you an
not equally dis St. Edward Hanna Jr., CE
To or
tributed. Not you for honors thus far for children living in that area. application form immediately.All .
knowing lour continuous gained, The is 5-1283, 14780 Tyler St., Murray
program to be a varied
duration makes our Our thanks we owe! one, including swimming daily letters must be mailed by James Jr., CE 5-0956, 14380
lives more precious. We pay for Saturday, June 3 to be eligible Carver Drive. Indff
at Manor Park Pool folk
our Jiving in coins of minutes films, for consideration.
and ibiKs: of hours. This bill Bodies and souls you richly fed. dancing, dramatics, games, --
not on the installment Your constant chastisement and singing, creative crafts, trips,
Thus time is worth more plan.than care, a banquet spread. story hours and other exciting
its weight in gold and ita sig TIs hard to praise one's dally things. YOUR LAST CHANCETO
nificance In life. bread Registration must be in by
I And so, in gratitude, instead Monday, Juno 19. For additional BUY 5 ACRES OF LAND NEAR
For 19 years your life has I Our hearts bow." information and registration
been the source of good inspiration Beyond the Blue Horizon rich forms, please call Mrs. Carolyn THE 40-MILE BEND FOR ONLY
to our school, our community harvest are yours to grasp, from :McDonald FR 72571.SQUARE .
our state and our na this day forward. $15 DOWN
tion. You've striven hard In pre 695
paring us how to cope with the $10 MONTHTHIS

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work has ended and
heights are to be reached higher in order Sunshine State Duplicate $795 FOR 5 ACRES NEXT MONTH
to Inspire others how to find Bridge Club held its regular $350 Down LAND IS WEALTH! BUY A SHARE OF
a level in this complex world. meeting Saturday May 15 with FLORIDA TODAY
Mrs Ethel Grice as hostess. $69 Month
Out there the world is large Winners: First, Ann Lindsey, a s No interest on balance due
and dally there are scenes of Blanche Calloway; second, Mr.
tragedies, success, failures and and Mrs. Charles Hlggs; third Open. See day or evening at 0 'No taxes until paid in full
errors in the drama of life From Gertrude McCoy, L. Jackson.
this day onward, therefore, may Off night sweepstakes 1881 N.W. 51st Terr. NO,, Closing Costs
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Effle Williams
; second Charles
a hilltop that all men may see. ,Gray third Lucille mortgage. Convenient to
; Wheatley. $1.00 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD
The recognition you have Off night sweepstakes game, individual everything in lovely Floral
is receipt for the mag.received -, May 20, first, Leander Park area. Extra large YOUR PROPERTY FOR 30 DAYSFOR
nificent service you have rendered Jackson; second, Gertrude Mc- rooms
in our school, for 19 lone Coy.
years. f Next regular meeting Saturday Full Price $10,800 FURTHER INFORMATION
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"""" .". TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince
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C. Mobtey. pastor
Sis C. McKinney, reporter

,t ,.r:' :, School of Wisdom .? 10:00Y :
P. E. Band ? . . 6:30
Evening worship . ..... 8:00:
t Monday, June 5 at 8:30: there
'" ,will be a "Million Dollar Wed
ding" at the church. The spon-
rf' sor of this wedding Is Rev N.
Sconlers. Come out and enjoy

yourself. ,
: .Sunday, June 11 there will bea
Spring Tea at the home of Sis
l' Janie Major, 2455 NW 160th St.:
The time Is 4 until 6. The public
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Bethany is Invited to attend.
11 f
PAGE Society This Saturday at 8 p.m. there
10 SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961
i will be a teaching and preaching
_!MIO'"t, >>10<,' ...", ""'.q.....,....".....'., ... Bethany Invites S. you D. A.to Welfare come with Society concert at the church After the
service there will be free refresh-
; Saturday
> your famlles and friends on
.h, evening June 3 at 7 o'clockto ments for everyone.

'. .- 11 pm. at the Academy 5001
NW 25th ave. Handcraft house -
p' plants, pastries, needle craft, GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
dinners, games and fun for all North Dade SeniorsTo _
xm ages. Come and help us to help 6895 N.W., 14th Ave.
others. Rev, W. F., Savoy, pastor
Hear Rev. Macon' Sunday School 9:30

tw < Liberty City LutheranN. Morning Service 11:00

.. Rev. J. C. Macon, the popular Evening Service -. .'. 7:00
I ( W. 58th St. and 15th Ave. pastor of the First BaptistChurch Wed. Night Study ,'. 8:16
\J iI The Rev. James Bouman will of Opa Locka will give Youth '*
Fellowship Friday l
Yf p.m.
thLs Sunday at the Liberty
speak the meditation to North Dade
City Lutheran Church on the Seniors on Sunday, June 4 at 5 We express once again our
bziJ .... \ theme "The Faithful Life." Ser o'clock in the auditorium gratitude to the New Providence
: .\ vices are held: at the Carver Approximately 115 seniors Missionary Baptist 'Church, Rev.C. .

.... YMCA, NW 58th st. at 15th ave. have chosen for their theme J. Burney, pastor for the
every Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday this year, "Youth Faces the wonderful worship service shar-
School Is held at 2 pm. ed with at Grace 24.
Challenges of the 60's". Principal us on May
Speaker for the last three Wyche predicts that this ser It was one of the high points of
: Sundays In June will be the Rev. vice will be most challenging and the year, In the life of our
1rn Walter Plnnt. Plans getting
invites friends of the seniors to church.
for the welcoming of
s&aY stxoot underway
p M*l lilt{TUC( the first full-tme pastor of the join in this occasion. Sincere thanks to all membersand

ttscnlpawwkrt church, the Rev, John Dede, formerly friends who helped to make-
msslonary in Nigeria the annual Woman's Day a success '

West Africa. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST last Sunday. Close cooperation
RF and high morale keynotedthe
'" Holy Communion will be held -
des a ,, jw ar, this Sunday. 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace day's activities, and the women
Rev. Eraest Williams pastor of the church are to be

Editor, The Times: teacon Fred Williams reporter heartily congratulated.
The National Baha'l Press Sunday School . . .r 9:30Morning : The Sunday morning Communion
Service has Just notified the Miami worship . 11:00 '. message will be based on the
Community of the Baha't Evening Service . . 7:00 Bo6k of Ruth, and the evening
I Faith; of its 2nd place rating in The music on this Sunday will sermon will be entitled, "The
all publicity for the Faith In the be rendered by the No. 1 Choir. Loneliness of Jesus."
United States. Thia Is the second

year In a row that Miami has
been rated In 2nd place. ----.

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4'P' + been wonderful accomplished cooperation without of The the Increase Your

Miami Times In accepting and Earnings
publishing our releases. The
Miami Community thanks the
%_ _, .. '- -- Times for its graciousness and

The members of Mt. Sinai congregation united their voicesIn generosity.In 10 WEEKS COURSE
Baptist Church observed May 28 a "Slngsplratlon." these crucial days, those of
us who are battling to promote
as Women's Day
The entire church body Is The chairman, Mrs. Harolean equality for all people must Qualify in Bedside Nursing and
pleased to know that they have Storr and her committee wish to combine and work together regardless

had a successful Women's Day thank all participating membersand of apparent differencesIn Infant Care
drive friends who worked so diligently thought or belief The "
Mrs. Ireta Crosby was the to assure themselves that Times Is doing more than its
morning speaker. She gave a very this would be another wonderful share in this great struggle: MayIt
Inspirational and challenging Woman's Day long remembered continue to prosper and may
message from the topic, "Women at Mt. Sinai we continue to work together
Worrying About : for victory In this most impor-
Stop Tomorrow
Live for Today." Speaker Mrs. Ireta Crosby Is tant field of endeavor ENROLL NOWCoreCroft'

To add more scenic beauty to shown flanked by chairman, George Savitt,
Mrs Lula Moran and Mrs. Haro
flowers Press Representative
the beauty of the many
lean Storr.
that surrounded the rostrum, '
Verona Bowens pinned a gorge Hostesses for the day were the TEMPLE BAPTIST School For Aids
,of white carnations charming ladles above.
ous corsage
on Mrs. Crosby Left to right: Mrs. Louise B.' Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
J The evening worship was riled Thorpe, )drs. Bernice B. Green Sunday School 9:30:

with music. The choir and : and Mrs. Hattie M Major. DTU Morning worship 11:00 5:30: Call FR-9-5857

ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. Evening worship 7:00:
BAHA'I FAITH The dinner sponsored by the
Rev. R. H Johnson pastor Training Union at the home of
Mr. Allan Perlman ,of Miami Cloe Sweeting, reporter Miss Ruth Thurston and the

Beach will conduct the first ,of Sunday School....................... 9:30: tea sponsored by the No. 2 choir *.
a .series ,of discussions based on Morning Worship ................ 11:00 last Sunday at the ,home of Mr.
the book, "Prescription Tor Living I A. C. E. League .................... 6:00: and Mrs. R. Llghtbourn were ENROLLMENT LIMITED PAY AS YOU GO
," at the Baha'l Center, 137 Evening Worship .................... 7:00: both successfu.
NW 11th ave., 8pm. Sunday, On' Sunday the first Sunday, First Sunday services will be CLASSES BEGINNING
4. theme for this discussion JUNE 5
June The
the old fashion Love Feast Ser- as usual. The Lord's Supper will
will be: "Man's Dual be administered both morningand
vice will be at the 11 a.m. service
The public Is Invited.
Nature and Communion service will evening.The .
be at the 7:30: p.m. service. If children are rehearsing
ST. PAUL A. M. E. for Children's
you are lonely or discouraged, Day, June 11.
I Parents are urged to cooperateby
come to Allen Chapel. Also on
Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m. The No.sending 1 choir them will out on give time.tea Central Life

Sunday School . . 9530: Miami Harmonettes along with Sunday 3:30: 5:30: p.m. at a the Insurance Co. of Florida
many outstanding talents.
Morning Worship . 11:00: home of Mrs.
. Ira McCall will be master of Susan Hepburn,
Evening Worship . 7:00: ceremonies. 2057_ NW 5th place. ANNOUNCES

Mrs. Julia Gertrude wishes to The interdenominational Choir
thank those who helped to make MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Union, Rev. Allen Ferguson,
i I program a success Sunday even president, meets at Temple Monday New Combination HospitalAnd
ing. Mrs. Lucas was all smiles Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor 8:30 p.m. No. 1 choir, host.
I for the church's recognition of Phyllis Myers, reporter
her 55th birthday- The pastor Morning Service . 11:00: Church of The Open Door Home Policy

will be :looking for you Friday Sunday School . 9:30: (Congregational)

night to Love Feast to prepare Last Sunday night 'we had a Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor
yourself for Holy Communion visiting minister Rev. Watson A. E. McNael. reporter Hospital Benefits up to $15 per day

Sunday morning: whose subject was "Obey My Sunday we will have our
You are cordially Invited to Commands Everyone was Inspired monthly Holy Home
;Communion service Benefits
worship with us at any and all by his great sermon. and fellowship new memo up to $20 per Week
of our services Mrs. Rachel Sunday afternoon the junior members Into the church.
James is sick at home. Please church celebrated their 4th
an Last Sunday there was a very ALL IN ONE POLICY
don't forget the sick and shut-Ins niversary. They had a wonderful important meeting of the church

time and their anniversary membership and it was voted SPECIAL AMBULANCE
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B was a success. They wish to that we would take steps towards MATERNITY AND
c, thank who helped to
building our
Rev. C. J. Burney pastor permanent MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL BENEFITS
make their anniversary a suc church home starting In 1962.
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter June 17 will mark the
Sunday School....................... 9:30: cess.On the 3rd Sunday In June the anniversary of our pastor.second The -.--- --
.: Morning Service .................... 11:00: Deacons are going to have a members are planning
.'. Evening! Services .................... 7:30: Deacon's Day. They are asking get together on our a grounds family Agents and Branches Statewide

All students that will graduate the cooperation of the entire which we will write about later.
"" this term and are members of church. Visitors and friends are al Contact one of our Agents or Branch Office
t, ,, this church are asked to be pres We are still praying for Patricia I ways welcome to worship with
.ent on Sunday morning for ser Mosley to have a speedy us at our 11 a.m. service, 786 Statewide for Additional Information
vices and take front seats. recovery. NW 61st St.


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: : -.-;} I Friday evening. May 26 the
uuuu.u._ faculty of fPlne Villa gave a
program honoring Mrs. MinnieC.
James who is retiring at the
i end of this school year.

; This program waa ,in the form
of "This Is Your Life." Many
relatives, friends and former students '
iSSe participated on the pro
S : gram. Persons on program were
: '
S Mrs. Samuel James, husband
S Mrs Gladys Cannon, sister,

Pompano Beach, Mr and Mrs.
Albert Cooper Sr., brother and
sister-in-law, West Palm Beach;
aw a niece, Mrs. Juanita Porter,
flu husband and three grandchildrenall ak
of Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. .
Annie Graham and others 55 R1 +
motored down with the Coopersto
witness the affair Former
teacher: Mrs. Annie G. Anderson
; schoolmates: Mrs. Gertrude
Way, Mrs Lottie Rolle; former
student from Broward County: I grade class and" faculty render

bI I. Mrs. Nancy Dawkins, first principal ed .songs dedicated to her. Mr.
in Dade County, David George L. Sands as M. C. Many
I Dobbs; a friend, Mrs. Marie parents and friends crowded the
Roux; former coworkers: N L. beautifully decorated cafetorlum
Bethel, Mesdames Ivls K. John- In spite of the inclement weather
ion, Louise P. Culver, Claudia
Jasper and Miss Mable Barlow; After a social hour at the
former students: Mesdames school, the guests were invitedto
k Louise Wilson Eleanor Cole, the beautiful home of Mr.

-- __________________n____ _____---- -- Vlo McClain, Vennell Tillman, and Mrs. James for a champagnesip
; Miss Annie Dean, Frank Arm and to view the gifts that
Pictured are members of the purchased by Uanuna Zeta seated will bo used to purchase I strong, Priscllla Thomas and Mrs. James received.
Chapter Project' Committee of Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa additional Binaural units and Judith Beckwith Mrs. Grady Summer recreation program

Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Sorority. The checks pre- other necessary equipment. Dinkins rendered a sol, Sylvia will .be held during the months
Alpha Alpha - Kappa Sorority,
Maude Chandler prin-
'eacher, representing the Mrs.
the teacher of the class ourth grade class The fourth cipal, George L. Sandi, reporter.
and coordinator. Soror Naomi
Grant, cochairman of the committee w 41<4 \ + 1S S + <+ '"
is shown presenting a ,g 5
check: to Mrs. Helen Miller, co. BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
ordinator of speech and hearing ct

Dept of Dade County Schools. ; Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

Pictured next to Mrs. Miller is
Mrs. Albertha Caldwell, teacherof 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
the claw.
A Ina Tranquil Long.aid HairDressing

Second row shows sorors Gus- j 4 ofw"t Tablets ...............?..... 1.08 ...............,.. 1.00
sle Dobbs, chairman of committee n Madam WalkerOintment Thins Super
Sylvia Surgeon, Beatrice ................ ....00 Reducing Plan ........ 2.08
Hunts, Isabella nine, Grace # t a Posner's Ilergamont 888 Tonic ....... 1.40 2.35

Albert, principal of the school Hair Dressing ...?....... 05 Swamp Root ........ 7B 1.33
and Ruby Mizoll: baslleus of the Cardul ........................, 1.20 Father John ........ 75 1.85
chapter.Mrs. Knrrings ........ .10 to .70 pr.
The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
\ Albertha Caldwell is shown
using the auditory training unit OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M, to 10 P.M.
to teach oral language to a groupof
severely hard of hearing and JOHN A. MoM INN. Owner

deaf children. This machine was -

DUNBAR ELEMENTARYDunbar gram were Daisy McCormick, EAST OPA LOCKAThe "
Mae Carolyn Godfrey, Willie S
Dunbar has remained a busy, Whlley, Henry Rut edge, Eliza talent at East Opa Lockais
multi-activity school since the beth Anderson, Marian Kee. being discovered. Mies LauraA. t ir.rt
completion of our dual Practicum Debra Jackson, Anna Crosley, Adams, daughter of Mr. and
and Study and will continueto Edith Harvard, Sy.vla Rolle, Mrs. Wiley Adams of 2260 Rut.
be busy through the close of Lue Frances Cunningham, Mable land St., has proved that by win
the regular school term and on Washington, Bessie Willam and ning the first place in the State
through six weeks of a Leisure Karen Shannon. Greetings were Junior American Citizen essay!
Time Summer program. president. At 1 o'clock a rever- contest division III for fifth and ,.:.. 4e
ent color pinning ceremony was sixth araders.Laura I a YI
On May 9, the physical education conducted by our principal, won the contest with
department, Bragg Turner, her essay entitled "Our Charterof
Mrs. Roslyn Dethel and Richard A unique closing program Is Freedom." For this honor she
Smith, presented an outstandingMay being readied for presentation will be awarded a citation for
Day program. Trophies this Friday, June 2 by our four first place winner and a Junior FREE DELIVERY DRUG
were awarded for the first timeto 6th grade classes. The pubic is American Citizen pin on June 2
grade groups. Names of win invited to this final 6th grade at 8 o'clock during the graduation ."
ners of the track and field activity to be held in the cafe' exercise which she is alsoa
events were engraved on the tro teria from 6 to 8 p.m. part.
phies. The final PTA meeting of the Beverly Ann Barley, daughterof I HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager

Our principal, curriculum assistant year is called for next Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barley &i&* SS23e
faculty chairman and June 5 begining at 7 p.m. of 2981 York St., was honorable
testing chairman, accompaniedby Oops an error concerningour mention in the same contest, but
grade group representatives debutantes Mrs. Johnson's for the poem division. Beverly
attended the area 8 meeting of oldest daughter, Sharon Dean; will also. receive a citation anda SALE of SALES
the Florida Council on Elementary I and the youngest daughter, DorIs Junior American Citizen pin.
Educatton which convenedat of the McAllisters were pre The young ladies were informed
Collins Elementary School, sented. of their honors by Miss Julia
Dania, on May 20. A taped re St. John, who .U chairman of the
cording of the introductorypanel FRANCES S. TUCKERWhat John McDonald Chapter of the '61 CHEVY S
of the recent studydemonstration JAC's of Miami
on ora and written communication is a school without the Both Beverly and Laura are
was played at the moral and cooperative supportof sixth graders and are anticipating Brass Hat Executive Cars
meeting. A question and answer Interested parents of a community displaying their various
period followed. Rychard CookII T To demonstrate the fine"rapport" abilities next school term as 7th Driven by Officials of
faculty: chairman was named that exist In our Coconut graders at North Dade Jr.-fir.
area 8 respesentatlve to the Grove community, the High School. GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
state meeting of the council PTA held a culminating actvltyfor Lorinzo Gibert, a sixth grader
the year Family Night. also entered the contest witha With Only Token Mileage
Mesdames Cherrye Doer, The affair was most successful very fine poem. He, too, is a
Sallie Oates and Anne Smith In the attempt to raise funds for member of the Crlspus Attuck SAVE UP TO $1,100JUST
gave musical selections at the the purchasing of more books for JAC Club.
testimonial breakfast for retir our library. Mrs. Josephine D. Mackey, A FEW LEFT
ing D.T. Washington principal, principal, Mary A. Jenkins, re-
Charles L. Williams, on last Our thanks and appreciationof porter.
Wednesday morning.An service is extended to our WILL BE SOLD ON A FIRST COME FIRST
from PTA president and officers who
appropriate selection
of the have done a commendable job Clean SERVED BASIS
our 6th grades was part Operation up
throughout the year
program for the man thy meet
ing of the Dade PTA Council On Thursday, May 19, Color: Collection of rubbish and refuse -
which met here on last Friday Day activities were held. Our DUMAS NILNERCHEVROLET
evening. boys and girls were quite eagerto in front of premises,
show off their red and white
.Monday, May 29, Jacqueline outfits cleaning of walkways, gutters
Theodora Williams and- Cecilia As the close of the school year
Lawrence, former Dunbar pupils U fast approaching, it Is felt and side walks in
and presently outstanding llth deal has been accom
that a great
front of premises
and 7th grade BTW students, plished. However, the accomplishment 4181 S.W. 8th St. HI 4-3566
were speakers for our Color Day Is only a beginning -
devotional program. Introducedby not an end. For we feel that, "If PLEASE DO NOT PLACE
cousin, Victor Wilson and task has once begun. Service Dept. Open 'til Midnight
sister Norma Lawrence, both % WATERMELON RIND ON I
girls spoke on "How Dunbar I I Never stop until it's done Your New ami Friendly Dealerr..x
prepared me for high school." ., Be the labor-great or small STREET.
DavJd Klnler was M. C. on pro- ,Do it well, or none at alt ? .dHAPPENTNIGS

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PAGE; 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961 .Oliver Johnson, Andrew DEA THS Services of Mrs. Bessie Davis,

,Johnton and Julia John 1986, NW 57th st. who died
son wish I to thank all their May ,25 will //be held June 3 at
friends and acquaintances for 2 pm.: from Mt. Sinai Baptist

CA RDSMEQRILSIN their many ,}kindnesses and :Range Church. .' '
marks of sympathy which they
_. receelved .wheri their 'beloved Walter WilllamT whtf lives''
---- MM. Sarah Stirrup of 69 04 at
"'- departed'.this life May (>, 1961. NW 19th ave.. died May 25. A 1384 ''NW 1st averted. May 21.
MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSI wife. and mother- LuUa'*Johnson native of Harbour Island, ,Bahamas He leaves to mourn'la' brother,

loving memory of our hus take this method to 'thank k ti she lived here for 18 fiVej slaters and his mother Mrs.carn'b .

band and brother, the members of the St. J o h n IN MEMORIAM''in years. She is ,,survived by a son, Barnes' of Hastings.. Services
JOSEPH RANDOLPH Institutional Baptist Church, George, five grand children, 33 *will be held Friday at .2

Who v ? departed this life June 3, the No. 16 Pallbearers Society, sad but loving tnemo'of: great grandchildren, three great p.mfrom. the chapel.

1956. the James C. Atkins American oyr\ ,dear son, *J great grandchildren and a sister, '.McClan
I There comes a time for all. of Legion Post No. 245, the Opa '.1 Mrs. Harriet Cash. Services were Mrs. who lived
usWhen Locka ,Negro Youth Foundation, ".ri ...!"I"'ii.' 9.e.a held Tuesday In' the Church of at her home, 633 NW 4th ave.,
we must say goodbye and the many, many other; the Incarnation. died May 29." ServiceS'will be

But faith and hope and love and friends for their cards, gifts and. held June 5 at Bethel. AME
,. trust visits during my illness 1-; Church. She, leaves 1 adevoted
I May never, never die.' The number is too great for Henry Rolle: of 4763 NW 24thct. friend, Mrs. Alice Hook, : ;
., died May' 25. Mr. Rolle came :
Although the curtain falls at me to thank everyone personally.
't. last iIIO please accept this method. to Miami in 1914 from Eleu- 'Services for Mrs. Ossie "Mae

Is :that a cause to grieve Affectionately yours in Christ thera, Bahamas.- He ,is survived Jones who died May 21 665 NW
The future's fairer than the Deacon Harry Walker by his wife, Zllpha, three 'daughters 10th st. were held May 27 from
pastIf Mesdames Muriel Smith, the chapel.Services .
t only\ we believe CARD OF THANKSWe Mattie L.Walker and Francet-, .
Marie Randolph, wife ta Jackson* eight Y"ons; James,' for Kenneth J.

.*: He en Steward, sister Henry Jr., Samuel, Carol, Gene, Williams who died May 23 were
Robert Randolph, brother the family of the late, Robert, Jackie and Steven; 22 held at Antioch Baptist Church
EUSTACE T. GRANT grandchildren, two sisters and In New Liberty City He leaves

who three brothers. Services will beheld to mourn a mother.
c passed away May 12 and
} IN MEMORIAMIn was laid to rest May 20, wish to _ Saturday at 4 pm. in St.

loving memory of our devoted take this method of expressingour Mary's Wesleyan Methodist
mother and grandmother sincere and heartfelt gratitude Church. The body will be placed ,
In the family residence 6 a.m. Former Miamian
u_,_ __ ._._ __ to the many friends and I
neighbors who so sympathetically : Saturday.Mrs.
V came to aid us in our hour' ;ci-: U j If '4 JY of Dies in New York

of bereavement. Special thanksgo Eliza Davis 1032 NW I

to Rev. L. R. Brown and the 4th ave., died May 27. She was Mrs. Joyce Cooper Johnson,

entire membership of Martin a pioneer citizen having come formerly of Miami, and now of

Memorial AME Church, to the ', ._.."",. ,", here in 1919 from Harbour IS'i' Poughkeepsie, New York, died
rt House of Albert for untiring service land. She is survived by two suddenly
on Monday from
: : 1 and to all others whose: ERNEST WILKERSON DAVIS sons, William and Thomas; heart attack. Mrs. Johnson had a

names are too numerous to men- three grandchildren, eight grandchildren made her home in the New
tion individually here. May God who ,departed this life on June and three brothers, Ed-
-t- I960. city for the :past several
be with all 2, win and John
> you Joseph Barry.
1 years. She formerly lived
$ at 1767
You ,are not forgotten loved
Mrs. Ethel Grant, wife i i Services will be held Saturdayat NW 4th court.
Earl Grant, son one,. 1 p.m. in ,,St. Mary's Wesleyan
Rosa L. Grant Wooten, Nor will you ever beAa Methodist Church. The body will Mrs. Johnson is survived by a

Ruby McDowell, daughters long as life and memory last be placed in the church at 7 a.m. sister and brother-in-1aw, ,Mr.
We will remember thee. and Mre.
Saturday, Joseph McPhee 'and a
IN MEMORIAMIn Your face loving smile, your gentle stepfather, Ed Williams of Miami

(Mrs. Henrietta Myrick of 1421 '
sad but loving memory of No one can fill your vacant
NW 3rd ave., died May 27 She
our dear sister, 'place Services will be held
,. -.,..-.... 1 Ah, bitter was the trial to part came here 35 years ago from morning at 10 o'clock in Pough Friday
t y With Dublin, Ga. She is survived bya
we recall keepsle. Condolences may be
Willie Lee
daughter Mrs.
You had a kindly word for each sent in care of her sister and
And died beloved Evans, three sisters, MesdamesEva
by all brother-in-law] Mr. and Mrs.
Miller Willie Dell Gall
I May ,you rest in peace. 'Joseph McPhee, 41 Williams St..
II more and Thelma Ashley, two
Wilkerson Poughkeepaie
I R Leonard Davis, father, mother brothers, Ernest and Freeman N.Y.
Services held In f
Webster. were
MRS. FLORENCE HOLMES elatives. and Friends
the chapel June 2. They will
who departed this life May 30, be sent to 'Dublin for final rites. NAACP MOURNS
1959. Friends may call at the chapel .
Her love of God, and humanity Expression of Thanks until 9 a.m. Saturday.Mrs. .

lives beyond the grave, foreverin DEATH OF .
time that has no' end, and Mr. Julius J. Simmons and
space that has no boundaries. I family would like to thank his Catherine Camon, 2012
May her immortal soul rest in fa. 4. F coworkers, professional organization NW 74th terr., died May 27. NANNIE H.BURROUGHS.
/ and. friends for their She is survived by her husband, ; ,
peace.Florence Morant, daughterCleo : : 'f thoughtfulness during his Ill Peter, three sisters and a brother
< "
Sawyer, daughter : ness. Services will be conducted l4.

Louise Strachan, daughter ' Saturday at 10 a.m. in Shiloh WASHINGTON

Thomas L. Holmes, son :! ij;" : : : Baptist Church. felt sympathy" was, D.expressed C.-"He Lt, -
M-Sgt. S. S. Holmes, son "' : the NAACP
Giorian Holmes, s- Barney GaInes of 1445 NW week on the
'" : death of Nannie
''< .' .In 72nd St. died 30. He H. Burroughs,
daughter In-law k-c "fr'I, sad but loving memory of May came prominent educator and church
tt Leroy Morant, son.in-law ,., '' : my loving husband, to Miami five years ago from woman.
10 grandchildren ; <>' :' WILLIAM THOMASwho Lakeland, Ga. He is survived by
;.:-, j', .' :.".....,' ." .' his wife, Mrs. Betty Gaines, two Roy Wilkins. in a message to
JOSEPHINE FOSTERwho passed away May 30, 1, 60. sons, a daughter, his father, Mrs. JanIe Bradford, a surly
CARD OF THANKS May he rest in peace and may Barney, and a brother, Law ing relative, called Miss Burroughs
departed -
this '
May 28, light perpetual shine upon him rence. The body is now in re a staunch advocate
l We, the family of the late, 1949. of
Mrs. Mary Thomas, wife pose at New Hope Baptist equal: rights and
cannot I will
say, not ay And
FamnyFrancis Church. Final rites will be conducted
wish to thank our many friends, that she is dead, she is just in Lakeland.Mrs. "We are privileged to have had
neighbors and family for the away. With a cherry smile anda her serve as a member of
flowers, cards and telegrams wave of the hand, she has Board and then as a vice president -
given and sent during the Ill. wandered into a unknown land. . Nomle Laster of -9845 of our organization. Her
ness and death of our dear one. The Family SW 213th St., Goulds, died May presence and Inspiration will be
We want to give a special Jeroline Baker, :Miami Johnny Forbes of 1515 NW 31. Services will be conducted sorely missed," the NAACP ex
thanks to Rev. H. C. Samuel Carrie Stewart, Ocala 4th ave., died May 26. Funeral June 10 'at 12 noon from the ecutive said.
and members, Rev. Brown, Elder sisters services were held: in the chapelon Church of the Living God, PK-:
Charles, Rev. Turner of Jeroel. Hankerson Sanford Thursday, June 1, with, Rev. lar and Ground and Truth. She She served as president of the
GIbbs Chapel and members of Frank Hankerson, N. Y.brothers. L. A. Thompson officiating. Sur. Is survived by her husband, John, Women's Convention of the Na

North Miami Beach; also Rev. vivors include a niece, Mrs. three daughters, Mesdames Amy tional Baptist Convention and
C. J. Jenkins, all members of Drucilla Thompson. Walton, Irene Fowler: and Minister worked as editor of the Foreign
Mt. Zion Church of Opa Locka IN MEMORIAMIn Pinkie Johnson; two eons, Mission Board of the National
j and all others. Range Funeral Harry Ensell of 1005 NW Charlie and Jerome, three step Baptist Convention.N .
II Hohe. May God bless and keep sad but loving memory of 2nd ave., died May 22. Funeral daughters, a stepson, 16 grandchildren .
our father and grandfather Burroughs founded
you all arrangements incomplete. He is 24 great grandchildren, National Trade the
The Family survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary a sister and a brother School and Professional
for Women
; Lee Williams. Lincoln and Girls at
CARD OF THANKSThe Eugene Time,eon of Mrs. D. C. i In 1907, Washington,

family of the late, Mrs. Lottie Mae James of FrankIe Time,, 1298 NW 60thSt.
MR. JESSIE LEE GREEN 5420 SW 19th St., West Hollywood ., died May 27. Chapel services -

wishes to express their deepes : died May 25. Services will were conducted last SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
j appreciation to the many friends, be held June ;3 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Thursday. Survivors are three
I I neighbors and relatives for all Carmel l Baptist Church with Rev.. brothers ert. Albert, Willie and Rob SPIRITUAL

the kindness shown them during Bradley officiating. The bOdy _
their hours of bereavement. will be on view in the chapel LEADER
Friday afternoon. Survived by Infant Graham, eon of Mr.
for cards tele
grams and your flowers. ,Special her husband, Jessie, a daughter, and Mrs. George Graham, 1740 AND PHYCHIC READER
Mrs. Eunice Wonden NW let place was stillborn May
thanks to the Range Funeral two brothers
Home, Rev. Allen, Rev. Sawyer, Jessie Fisher and George 30. lie was buried June. BISHOP HUNTER
and the entire staff of Burdlne's a grand'daughter.. ---

; Dept. Store. Many thanks to If you are sick or worried don't

i Mrs. Mary Major. May God bless Baby Girl Stubbs, daughter of Operation Clean fail to see me today. Office hoort
all of dally 1
you. Mr. and Mrs Whitfield Stubbsof p.m. to 0 -Thursday

The Green Family 931 NW 3rd ave was still Collection rubbish and re- 1 ta p.m.3 I.m.to 0 p.m Sunday 11 'Lm.
'; born-on May 22. Graveslde services

IN MEMORIAM a were held on May 26. .. In front of premises, READINGS ..

j In sad but loving memory of Baby Vickie Cornelia Reid, cleaning of walkways, gutters .
our dear mother, ; of Mr ; and 'Mrs. Ponds Lee $1.00
MRS. LILLIE MAE LAWSON w .' '\ Burnett of 312 SW 11th ave, and side walks in up

who passed on June 3, 1960. I JAMES DELANCYwho Homestead, was stillborn May front of
May she rest in peace and departed this life on ,June 28. 417 8W 17 St. .
light perpetual 'shine upon her. ,,1, 1954. May he rest in peace I

Her smiling face and gentle light perpetual shine upon him. Baby Vickie Cofrnelia Reid, PLEASE DO NOT PLACE WEST
,ways are a pleasure to recall. Henry, John and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnT.

Gone, but not forgotten Jack. Delancy, sons Reid, 601 NW 4th ave., died WATERMELON RIND ON HOLLYWOODFLA
..r'-,'.The Children and Mrs. Hilda Henry, Dght. May 29. Arrangements are in < pnO HUNTER'tHE 1
;. r" Auntie And Family complete. STREET.

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.Star. ,Light Lodge: No, $42 11EV. MILLS DIESIt work with Mr. Williams his ant
meet Friday T June 2, 8 p.tfl.: at year' at BTW., The school need
with regret that we note of his fine qualitiesand
.' p" the Masonic Temple on Pembroke ia ed a man
HELP WANTEDSALES Road. All members ,are the untimely ,passing of Rev D. 'educational experience to
RENT A. Mills a recent comer to buid: 'it Into' the excellent In'
FOR asked be present.Star
MEN or, women. Statewide ;]I- ; Richmond Heights. Rev Mills stttutlon It I Is today.
HOMES$ and Property between builder needs sales.minded 'light Commandery No. however, Is not a 'newcomer to
22nd ave tb ,, I Because ot hard work, per
39th ana $2hfl ets persons experienced in building 38 meets Sunday, June' 4 Miami. Many years ago he came and
and Intelligence
7th ave. Small down paymentsC. field or real estate. Complete at the Masbnic : Temple. AU{ to Miami as a printer and worked cerverance coworkers and '
V. Viles broker; NE 63532. with the, Miami Times. He cooperative
No license
training program. re asked 4db6 pros'
members are ? rents Mr. Williams guided new-
10 work
Jun and civic
Commissions with draw. .. was a
quired.9201 NW 27th ave. OX, 1-8932 ent: ,/ ::: : ji er everywhere he went. Ills last developments not only in the
also development
educational trends, but
FURNSHED Weekly,, rooms.' ward civic work was to become a
,i JunlO 'The South 'Dr v1tW: In' much needed phyelcal
double. Mae's .'- of 'the Housing Committee -
$8.60 single. $10 Post No. 8195 will meet Tues' member and material additions.
Guest House, 2170 Washington! 7 FOR: SALE day June 6, 8:30: : p.m. at the now studying through research .- Truly lie .hn.s', made a landmark
Locka. JunlO the effect of bou.lngt1)
Ave., Opa
Building. '
Chamber of Comerce5?,, His the 19' years of service render.
FURNISHED ROOMS. Quiet, on juvenile delinquency.
Manor Park CBS houses ed there, making "the wilder-
OX 1-6343 sudden drowning
rates. by
clean summer death was
of the '
The Ladles Auxiliary blossom as rose for fol
or FR 9-4859, 1009 NW, 2nd ave. and duplexes. VFW Post No. 8195?'will meet in a canal :while fishing on last ;towing generation, Not only has
Indf Down Payments as Low as Wednesday, June 7V,8W'p.mat i Friday. lIe leaves a wife, and Re- he deserved "well done" for services -
three children
ot ; becca L., has been
the Chamber Commerce in education, he
FOR will be
Sale. 6401 NW two brothers. Services
$300 Building. active in civic and religious, affairs
7th ave. We Wash!! It Laundry. The auxiliary held I' Its installa held In Mt. Zion Baptist Church, of Dade County and the
Also adjacent store, suitable for Low Monthly Payments tion services Saturday May 27 at Perrlne, Rev.. Murray, pastor at nation. We are happy to know
any business. Call owner FR Edison Realty the Masonic Temple. Many of 11 a.m. Saturday. To the bereaved is that this fine character '1&A
3.1437 the ladies from Opa Locka Post family your sorrow resident of Richmond Heights
175 N.W. 62nd Street were present. Commander Ker- our, with his most efficient wife,
of Albert Is In
LOVELY libedroom hbuse, $22a nell Damea and other commanders The House Mayme, loved and esteemedboth
week. Will apply rent to pur PL 1-2441 from various posts in the charge of arrangements state and nationally as an
chase to right party. No down 6th District were also present. educator, church woman and
payment. Nice neighborhood FOURTH
civic worker.
2780 NW 80th St. NE 55566. Women's Day At Miss Marian Williams arrivedon Business and Professional
articles, la
May 20 from St. Augustine\ Association of Richmond Hts. Please send your
TO DESRIAJJLB family, new by Monday of each week. Buy
N.C. where
New BethelNew College Raleigh, will stage Its first affair on
bedroom CBS on bus line Call I she was a freshman She lives July 4th beginning with a pa your Miami Times at Edwards
PL 9-2665 juntOrUnNISltEtl Bethel Baptist Church observed with her mother at 4819 SW rade. Each business Is requestedand Drug Store or from your local

its annual W mants Day 24th St., West Hollywood. invited to have a float, newsboy.
APT. bedroom
Sunday May 28, The committee decorated car or any device to
duplex.l Adu ts. Wilt take, a on wished to thank the Mr. and Mrs Johnny C. Mose- advertise your business Scouts,
small baby. MU 1-0326 .,'PL captains, Mrs. Delorei ly of 804 NW 9th St., Italian- cadets clubs fraternal ordersor RUGSALL
m4, 725 NW 56th Tern group Forbes Mrs. Flora: Rolle, Mrs.Elizabeth dale are the parents of a baby individuals are Invited to
Bait Mrs. Louise boy who was born May 16 at participate The parade will end
944 NW 47th St. Three bedrooms Meadows, Mrs. Rosa Lee Harris Monroe Jackson in Hollywood at Park on Hoggs and Monroe 9 x 12 RUGS
2 baths Florida room, for their heartfelt service ren Std, where refreshments will
extra: large kitchen, 2 blocks; Deacon R. L. Tailor of 6429
dered in making this day a suc be served free. Games andsports WASHED CLEANED AND
from elementary school and cess. Special thanks to our many SW 26th st., West Hollywood, will be the entertain' ,
MabOr Park Swimming Pool friends who found time to enjoy celebrated hla44th birthday ment. The committees will bo
1460 down. Phone PL 8-6269. Woman's 'Day with us. Saturday, May 27 at' his home. announced soon. Make this a FLUFFED ,FOR ONLY
special day for Richmond
BEAUTIFUL bedroom apart. Money raised: $1,277,83. The Democratic Auxiliary had Heights. $2.99
ment. Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. B. Louise Rolle chairman .. its first recreation' on May 26.
Large rooms shady yard, quiet Mrs. Lillian Burroughs, co The president wants to thank BOUQUET OF T1IH WKtiK __ -
No children, 1323 NW 68th Ter. chairman, Mrs. Arlena LaRoda, all who supported the affair and The bouquet of the week goes
Mrs Hazel LeVane. Rev. E. Wll,. helped to make it a success, to Principal Charles L. Williams DYED FOR ONLY $6.50
EFFICIENCY. 1-bedroom, kitchen Hams, pastor. Mrs. Willie Mae Valdez, presi' retiring principal of
and bath, refrigerator and dent; Elizabeth Johnson, reporter ,. Booker ,T. Washington High Call PL 7-3775
stove furnished. Call NE 4-3269 School. It was my pleasure to
or NE 4.3726 for further infor CAN TOO MUCH BE DONE -
mation jull South Broward oat gave its '
first dance Monday night, May
APT. Furnished libedroom\ '$60 FOR 29 at the Paradise Club In LI.

per, month. 1245 NW 61st Terr. GibsonAND beria. (Music was furnished by TwpTwrr\
Fr. Theodore Roosevelt Parker and his Mannish

VERY NICE clean room with Boys Thanks to all who
'private' entrance. Downtown. FR THE NAACP? helped to make the affair success
16767. ful. a '

LOVELY ROOM for single man The Crusaders, say Freddie Seymour, son of Mr. I I -RECTAL DISIGIE:

or woman, with privileges. NA and Mrs. Melvin Seymour of I

1-9428 NO! West from Hollywood Tennessee arrived State College Friday .. .. .... ...... .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . ..!

FOR SALE where-he is a student. r. I IHERE'S

A baby contest Is underway in SLACKS COULD TALK... !
2 bedrooms 1 bath garage All) behalf of Woman's Day at Central t IF .
tile features. Beautiful 2780 Baptist Church. Parents
I "
:NW 66th st. Jun3 whose babies are contesting are:, WHAT THEY'D SAY :
Mr and Mrs Robert Rahming ..
:NEW GAS RANGE for $30. Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Parson Mr. .
"Twin beds complete tor $15. and Mrs B. Walker, Dr. and ..
'Formica dinette set for $20, Iota Mrs. Raiford Seymour Mr. and ...
bed only $10. 3450 NW 96th Mrs. Obedlah Ferguson, Mrs. f
sst., OX 17987. 1812 N.W. 51st .,St. Bloneva Bowleg., The babies
I names Will appear later. Mrs. E. r
:NICE bedroom and Florida $495 Down S88 Mo. J, Clark, sponsor and chairman;' 1
:.house with apt. In rear.' 1246 NW Mrs. E. Kelly, cochairman.
61st Terr No Qualifying, 1

sELL bedroom CBS, No Closing Costs NEED MONEY
Fla. room, extras ,on 2 lots
Price and terms right," with Reasonable Large 2-bedroom CBS with $25 to $600 1
down payment.: Open 3-
and tile Call! PL 8-3653
6 .p.m. 6328 NW 8th are.. jun10 garage t
roof, oak floors, furnished IDEAL LOAN

practice STORY AND piano. CLARK"Excellent upright condition. kitchen, air conditionedand 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. .What slacks can't say for ti

PL 71706. fenced. One mortgage. themselves, leads of owners lay

really 133
LARGE bedroom with apart TAXES, TROUJBLETalk for ALL the, dirt .
anent Income. Near school Ocala I of 54th St. dod get
Pla. NE 5-6933. With even stubborn .pou-even per

;bedroom frame house. $79 Large 2-bedroom on beau. The Taylors spiration. Restores with llke a.new SANIIO.NFtllVKI
feel per-
and too
down, $79 a month. See 3114 ful lot. The rooms are extra
much ,
:NW 60th st. OX 8271.. feet press that laits ever so 4
large. No closing costs, no FR 9.1703 Phone today lorI

'WANT TO RENT 3 or 2 bedroom qualifying. Only $495 down 1454 N.W. 3rd Are. U I I longer.Ssnitone and we're sure you'll
home, furnished. Nice neighbor' and $75 month.
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Come In and get good styles, and $300 Down $63 Mo. PHONE PL 9.8452 \
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6,830 N.W. 18th Are. Nice 2.bedroom CEjS on NEW PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
jun24 weeks only
lot. Hardwood Special for (2)
Make $24 a Week floors, screened porch. Ope All adults hair styles*

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Miami CORE Reports on Dt. Gertrude Saunders' new By RUTH PERRY p

address la now 601 NW 17th St. --. e" >>
.J' -

to n the Rev. Lowry from his first
Progress CommunityMiami Attorney, General Robert E. .
Daugh Kennedy U asked the Inter- days as president of the Florida
June is election
Conference and have found him
CORE started its sit-in ters are hard at work trying to state Commerce Commission to +
ban to be a man Integrity,
demonstrations during the month Daughter Deputy rebuild their ,temple, in every issue specific regulations firm and unswerving devotion td
In interstate
of April, 1959. With the aid of way. A chart is 'being made to nlng segregation the aims and ideals of" the
and bus Ata
Minlstrelal Alliance, the NAACP, take the place of the chart of bus transportation
fair minded city officials, and a Announces ItineraryDear 1945, which is called the new tlons. The recent events In! the NAACP.

number of Negro and White cit. frontier showing names, dates South with special reference to FREEDOM AND PUBLICITYI
izens who believe In democracy, Daughters, the hymnolo- and amounts raised by each the "Freedom Fiders" have
CORE has been able to desegregate gist said life time is working daughter. The fund raising plansare prompted this request. have heard much criticismabout
28 eating establishments in time for a long number of yearsI made by the deputy.Dt. fame Negroes who, be-
the Miami area that were prey have been conscious of this FREEDOM RIDERSWe cause of their devotion to the
and have done ,best !in cause of freedom, have appeared
lously closed to. Negro my my do not know for certain
humble way to render a service Issue a great deal in the headlines
Sarah Smalley is smiling whether the ICC will regulations
As a direct result of the action that would be pleasing to God. I over the successful activities of regarding desegregationof and often seem to create situations *

taken in Miami, lunch had the privilege of attending the her temple of which she is chairman bus Interstate travel and bus in which they can bask t ift
counters have been opened in Baptist Women State Meet and of finance. Dt. Lee Ruth station facilities. But I believewe the limelight. In my wotk with
r drug stores and variety stores in listening to many inspiring lectures Davis Is on the sick list but has can expect a favorable rule the NAACP I have met many
the following Florida cities: by an interracial group. All improved gr.eatly. Dt. Ida Fuller, this matter. Bus travel people, and I have yet to see
ing on
Bradenton, Cocoa, Coral City, lectures based the any freedom leaders who seem
were on Dt. Lula Mae Vancie, Dt. Flos through the ,states of.the Union
Daytona Beach, Fort LauderS theme which was "Doing great sie Robinson and Dt. Marie and Inter-state bus station fa to be doing anything but pur-
dale, Fort Myers, Homestead, things for God." Interested White were active in the sale of much a Fed sue ,the cause of freedom and
cilities are Just as
y Lakeland, Largo, Key West, things for God." I witnessed tickets for''the' 600 Tea.r eral air travel or the dignity of human beings.
Melbourn, Orlando Pompano great things accompllsehd for. talk- There is always criticism of r
1 People I have
Beach, Sarasota, Vero Beach, train travel. leaders
Him in this meeting.I because they feel strongly -
ed with to be divided upon .
West Hollywood, West Palm seem
enough about: things to do
Beach. also attended the DaughterElks Dt. Leanna Anderson is quite the question of the "Freedom something about it. Most people
active and Riders." I have noticed, too,
Association !in Ft. Lauderdale making great prepara- are content to let "Joe do !it," ,
NO INCIDENTS tions for the that national columnists and
and saw and greeted many next project on the and are apathetic about causes
There has not been one single daughters that I've known years I calendar. Dt. Amelia Shaverswas commentators appear to be divided even' though they might believein
Incident in any of the desegre- ago. The grand exalted ruler, quite busy on Sunday as she in opinion on this matter.On them.
gated establishments in Floridato Hobson Reynolds, was present registered more than 200 guests.
date, which proves that peoplecan with his charming, brilliant wife, Seen smiling and happy was Dt. one side we hear the usual When one sticks one's head
Marie Gilmore and Dt. Lurlnda talk of outside Interference and
live and work together. Evelyn. This understanding man
out from the crowd
Sweeting, Fannie Mae Perkins agitation, pushing things too or gets oneself -
Miami CORE extended its is another J. Finley Wilson. It is "on limb"
deepest appreciation to all of my belief that Elkdom will move and Dt. Maggie Williams who fast and hard, !and waiting until Is a eo to speak,
the store owners and managers on to higher heights under the were kept busy seating the things cool off, etc. But on the in a mighty precarious perch,
who have taken this step forward leadership of Hobson Reynolds.My guests. other side ther? are the opinionsof and. some cases, a dangerousone.
I am firmly convinced that
I in America's so-called those who know the real situation
democratic way of life itinerary is as follows: In the South, who know "Freedom Riders" do not Willingly -

Miami CORE also extends its Sunny South Temple 895, Last we forget. Our grand that !In most cases there must be take jail sentences, of
create test for publicity
grateful appreciation to Negro Tuesday, June 6; Pride of Fort exalted ruler, Judge Hobson some pressure and things pushed cases or
personal headline seeking. 1
customers for their intelligent' Lauderdale, Wednesday, June Reynolds and the state president to any results at all am
the just )
as firmly convinced
manner in which they have used 7; Wednesday, June 14, Greater victory ball. Along with other When situation, status quo,
the desegrated facilities Miami 765; Sunday, June 18, exciting projects. and many people wish it to remain Gibson Is not looking a
jail sentence
and the other side and a heavy fine
Everglades Past Daughter Rulers so, on
i There are still many areas of Council; Tuesday, June 20, Lib are people who are tired of this In the eye because of personal
discrimination and segregationthat glory.: So too, when we come to
724 situation who have waited years
erty Temple ; Coral City ,
must be removed from the Temple No. 400 and Paramount EXPERT WATCH AND and years for citizenship rights the Rev. Leon Lowry this

scene. Miami CORE will continueits Temple No. 48 will hold their CLOCK REPAIRS that already belong: to them man does not make strong

fight to eradicate these situ election at the stated time witha Andrews' Jewelers legally and morally well, statements about his rights and
atlons. We are asking the Negro special deputy in charge. when such a situation comes toa those of his fellow Americans,
and White citizens to continueto 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. head, things are bound to or stand up to the Florida Leg

boycott Shell City Super Market I Emma V Kelly which !is In a All work guaranteed happen. If we believe In democratic islature Investigating Committee
The segregation policy In'' farming district will meet with 40 Years In Business principles we will surely because he likes headlines.
this store is evil. We cannot ac the district deputy at their con FR 8.0162Beautiful take sides with those who are These people all have one purpose
cept !it, we cannot compromisewith venience, so will Oversea fighting for justice and human and one alone the attaining
it, and most of all, we must Temple No. 74 5. dignity. of full rights as first
not buy It. class citizens.

All secretaries are requestedand TIlE FLORIDA NAACP ..
We want the public to know its a must to notify each Home on These leaders will not be
(, that CORE is an organizationthat 'and every member to be present I attended a meeting the other swerved from their course because
achieves permanent changesIn also of their indeibtness under Your Lot night at which the Rev. Leon of adverse criticism, or

community pattern because it the seal and daughter owing Lowry, president of the Florida intimidation, or threats or co
strives to achieve reconciliation.Our dues, taxes and fines to the lbw Conference of NAACP branches erclon. They know they are
success in making these amount of' 6 months dues will 1 was the speaker. Listening this o right; they know that their alms
identifications is dependent primarily be dropped from the roll and words, I felt again, as I havein are American and just; they
on our action program. names sent !in to the grand sec the past, that here Is another know that it !is not democratic
Miami CORE will continue Its retary. No daughter more than freedom fighter of whom we forces that are holding them
fight for the rights of all Ameri 45 will be allowed to reinstate, can be justly proud. We are for back, but prejudiced and intolerant
cans. according to law tunate, Indeed, to have a man people. Leaders .such as
Albert D. Moore, chairman; of Theodore R. Gibson's calibre these are deserving of their
Ruth Miles, reporting. The deputy has been informed Complete Building Servio fighting for freedom !in thisarea. leadership, and we should sup
that no notice is received by We are doubly fortunatein port them with our memberships,
daughters who are in arrears by PLANNING having a man of Leon Low our money, our time and energy
SAVE MONEY AT the temple secretary who duly ry's stature as the head of the and our devotion to a Just
notifies them at'time
of elections Florida NAACP. I have known cause.
Any daughter owing dues, FINANCING
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202 Gifted and Talented

SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961 PAGE IS Recital

Students Get Links Awards nm__..._ _. '....-'.'..... --"-_._- Students from the studio of
will be
t.i1 r' Arthur L. Evans presented
\ 'j In recital, Sunday afternoon,
.5'' j.. _
L. McKinney M. Patterson V. f. ; tJ. 1".1
fly I'AUL WYCIIE Jr. .oH.r- June 4 at 4 o'clock in the par
Price, K. Simms, M. Singleton .. ,;;' .! ..ft,... ,; ..; ish hall of the St. Agnes Ep.lscopal -
On Saturday, May 27, the R. Smith, J. Speight and YJSpot- ; : \ ;. ;. .. > .. .. church.
Miami chapter of the Link -lnc. ford. ,'
.16. .. Members of the classes are Oscar -
presented the gifted and The academically talented students .. : -:
aca- J: ; Range Jr., Angela John and
mlcaly talented of the community are: M. Abrams, M. Bell, '; ., .. .; '. .. :.... Francena Culmer, Georgette, Etta
at a spring tea which R. Bentley, A. Clements, A. : Jt Beatrice and Marsha Mclver
was before a crowd Of 600 The Daniels, R. Davis, D. Higgs L. (iA ; Herbert Sands, Virginia and
presentations were made in the Hill, E. Johnson, K. Lang C. "t. /: ... (" : ; Rosalind Smith, Jerome Trapp,
of Northwestern Lee ..!.. .. ... ,, :-/ ''
auditorium High Lawrence H M. Lindsay, ...... .. ,. I .. : Gloria Richardson, JacQuelyn
by Mrs. D. Kemp H. Matthews G. Mitchell, G ft.. .,..'.. .. ... .. .. ..... .,W..,.... .l 'I Ferguson and Doswell Roberts.
The national project of the Monroe, R Moorman D. McGa- 1 ) ... .." .JI: :\: <,.,,:,; ', .,, .., .1 I.. The public Is invited to at
this is P. V. ., j! : ;*"i"' < :.D. ...;" tend. No admission charged.
Links year "Discovery hey, Page, Pope F. Price, I' .. ; '. .I
and Guidance of Academically R. Russell, G Shelley H. .,. : .:". "?-" .} .., .. 1." : .
Gifted Smith M, : :" ; .!
Talented and Minority J. Spencer, Stevenson, :: .
Youth" in the junior and senior : D. Stirrup, C. Taylor, L. Thompson ". _'(.jC".o;.:\;" ,;:.;'..;."... '. I SEE THE SOUTH'S
high school throughout America. R. Tucker, C. Williams and .I: ,'.:;. '.!. ;'\.;' .1.I LEADING COLORED
.". '
E. Williams. l'.{f' I.!
The prelude to the programwas Talented in science: L. Brown, ;;; V\'T'PF: : :::,XF"r: :' ":\:
by Marsha McIver and Wal- .W Brown B. Davenport E. : J ..,

ter Prayer Richardson.was then beautifully The Lord's Evans, L. Graham Johnson, G. Green H. ".,...... .. ,.. ._.......,.,..I1 ."...,._.. ,, :'."1
sung Harper B. M. Miles, V.
by Paula .Christian. The welcoming Price, G. Parker, G. Payne andG. ? 1
spe ch.was. given by Mrs. Washington. F. A. C. Offers Summer Adventure in Arts t
Mayme Williams Airs. 'Williams .
showed concern for gifted Mathematics: G. Adams, C. Pictured are part of the woodwind and string group
and academically talehted In our Barr W. Brown, S. Crosby, R.
community She also ,said that Davis, W. Dennis B. Deveaux appearing in "Sing-Out Dance In" in a recent produc-
the awards :were mere tokens T Felton, S. Forbes, J. Gay R. tion of the Fine Arts Conservatory
year by the youth. The world Hughes, T. Jackson R. JamesV. This summer the Conservatory will hold its Adven-
and country need their talents; C. James, B. Johnson B. Let her years" of experience guide
she added. She went on to tell J. Johnson, M. Johnson!! C. Jol- ture in the Arts \beginning June. 17 and continuing on and protect you throughout life
the purpose of the Links. Al Mvette M. Miles, V. Moon, R. Wednesday and Saturdays for seven weeks Children II a lighthouse guide the shies In
though local Links are only five MoCray A. McQueen, H Pratt, will study music, dance and art each week for a packaged a storm.love.For success In butlneaiand ..
years old and national Links a R. Preston. D. Raye. V. Reid C.
litte over a decade it has helped Saunders, W. Sims, J, Speight R fee of $15.00 for the entire season. Registration for PSYCHIC READER
spread friendship around the Thomas, C. Thompson and C. this course is Saturday June 3 and 10 from 10 a.m. until _CONSULT HER-
globe WiUIams. 12 Here is excellent chance child DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
noon. an for your to explore THE HELP OF
Art: W. Gray J. Hamilton, E. OUT NOW. BY
The Links are: Mrs. M. Wil-
the different arts and discover which one is best CAN HELP YOU.
lams, Mrs. L. Colston, Mrs. L. Budge, K. Ingraham, R. James, GOD SHE
Davis, Mrs M. Reid, Mrs. C. G. Laster L. Major. F. McCart for him. Office Hours:
C'ark, Mrs. T. Houston, Mrs. A. ney, T. Phillips P. Reid, R. 9 9
Brooks, Mrs. J. Bryant, Mrs. O. Storev, A. Turner, W. Wallaceand Thurt.a.m. 9 a.m. to
Dobbs, Mrs. L. Fannin, Mrs. S. G. Wrentz.
Frances, Mrs. H Frazier, Mrs. F. Literature: G. Calloway, T. 7 p.m.
Jollivette, Mrs. B. Kemp, Mrs. ,C. Jackson and R. Johnson STAR MEAT MARKET DAILVSundlY
Mumford, Mrs. E. Murphy, Mrs.D. Creative Reading: W. Gray
Patterson, Mrs. W. Robinson and R. Jollivette.History :
Mrs. M. Sharpe G. Welters and Protect: S. Crosby, 10 a.m. 3 p.m.RADING .
Mrs. M. Williams. S. Dean, B. Dove, I. Dove R. aiL 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

,Airs. Lugusta Colston was pre- Illghes, R. James,, O. McIver, F.
Robinson and P. Wyche. $1.00 UP
siding over the remaining portion e
of the program.
There 12 different categories.The THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICES 23 Years Experience

recipients in speech and OES Council Elects
drama were T. Brown P. Chris MADAMHUNTER
tian. D. Crumbley, W. Cummings,
E. Evans, J. Lee V. Kemp, J. OfficersOur
Pryor C, Saunders, R, Smith, H.
new began with the 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
Stuart and G. White. year Fresh Meat-Low Prices
May meeting with new officers MIAMI I, FLA.Don't .
The talented in music are W.
it the helm. Matron M. Owlford
Write-Call In Peraon
Dondu, W. Butler, P. Christian, the
president will be ablr as
H. Davis A. Day, G. Dykes, R.: listed by Matron Jessie Giles,

J Harrington" Frazier B G.. Fisher, S. 1 Fox P., vice President Lillian Pleasuresecretary _!!!!!I.1! ,.. :!I! If.J:!._ __ ,....,....,..,. A
Ferguson -
Graham A. Griffin V. Harris, Eloise Mary Brown Monroe, social treasurer chairman ; ;

lver.W. Kelley W ,Reed W. ,MoCloud W. Richardson. M. Mc-, and. matron Viola Hill, reporter For The Finest Apatm- at Moderate Rates-Call --1

B. Thomas V. Walker, O. War Plans were made for a program .
ren and M. Wright. of concerted action to

The various schools also nam- strengthen the chapters of the BONDED
ed their valedictorians and salutatorians OES. The past president, Matron
Charlotte Ford Clark was our V
B. Davenport .
they were: IN u Y f
, T. Felton, A. Herlong T. hostess. She served a dinner
I Jackson, N. Johnson R. Jolli with all its trimmings which
I vette, B. Moreland, R. McCray was enjoyed by all. iLa
L. Matron Mlrrllda Owlford, president COLLECTION
McKinney, B. Owens and M.
Singleton.The ; Matron Viola Hill, report
following Silver Knight er.
nominees were then presented: ? b '
n. Benson B, Bush, A. Clements, i
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lit j i PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961TL I Your Miami Times FULL USE OFTEACHERS Park ..>.

" I r ; Bayfront .
: Seniors of Booker T. Washington
, I" 111 PAUL II. WYCIIB JR. Robert Saunders, executive will assemble for' their com
\ '
I \ TeensConference secretary of the Florida State mencement sermon at five p.;
H I I Ramos Grocery 362 NW 14th St. Conference of the NAACP, said June 4 at the Bayfront Park !
Economy Drug 1101 NW 3rd Ave. here on Wednesday that he will Auditorium. '
> '
Parks Sundries 1134 3rd Ave. press for "the hiring of qualified This will mark the first tim>';,
: I Barkley's 1201 NW 3rd Ave. teachers to fill shortages the;187 aenlors will] wdar their.
Service Drug '1240 NW 3rd Ave. were they may exist In gray"' robes and honor cords of
Walk Inn '1042 NW 2nd Ave. Florida on a nondiscriminatorybasis. distinction.Rev. .
Harlem Drug 1400 NW 3rJ Av. ." William F. Savoy, pastor
II Honey's 1522 NW 3rd Ave. Mr. Saunders said that he of Grace Presbyterian Church
1 -- _. Charles 340 NW 16th Terr. would bring the matter to the will be the speaker for the oc
I HI teentlmers, 1 let's continue called by their first name or by Lenny's 1700 NW 3rd Ave. attention of the Rev. A. Leon casion. Student participants will
where we left off. any other name expect thai t Arch'e Mkt. 1700 NW 4th Ct.Jay' Lowry 'and G. E. Graves, include Robbie McCray second
The prom of Northwestern name which Is proper for them as Drug 427 NW 20th St. NAACP state president and honor student; Robert Smith,
Senior High School was held mother and father. SUnley's: Mkt. 1900 NW 4th Ct. chairman of the legal committee Ruby Robinson and William
Thursday at Dayfront Park Obedience and respect with Myer's 575 NW 20th St. respectively. Campbell.
Auditorium. It was quite an af out love are lifeless and without Dixie Drugs 695 NW 20th St. Saunders said that the 'action "New Frontiers tor YoUth" is
fair. reward. It Is love that proves Hillside 1842 NW 6th Ave. of the State Board of Education the central theme of this year's
If your school, church or organization that the teenagers understandthe Person's 1501 NW 6th Ct. in ameniding! its regulations to graduating class.GARDEN.
has an activity concerning relationship that exists be Eddie's Drugs 801 NW 3rd Ave. allow l Issuance of temporary
t I teenagers, Just drop a tween ourselves and our parents. Evano 626 NW 3rd Ave. teaching permits to Cuban regu-'
I I' line to me at the Times, 6740 Barkett 708 NW 2nd Ave. gees started the movement.
NW 15th ave, and let me know The first proof of love is a ,Barkett 600 NW 2nd Ave.F. PLANTS
I the day time, affair and where strong reluctance to give pain L. T. 714 NW 2nd Ave. Enroll Your Child Now FOR SALE
k It Is taking place. Please send To make the home no more thana Alex Sundries 715% 2nd Ave
,,! -. Items at least a week before you" boarding house, that Is, merelyto Harlem Sweet Shop 208 10th St. I "Adventure in the Arts" At 1475 N.W. 67th St.
! expect publication. sleep and eat at home, and at Tucker's Gro. 1400 NW '1st Ct Fine ,Arts Conservatory
all other times to be at a hang- Betty's 1526 NW lit PI (Carver YMCA Phone OX 1-0647
Obedience Is not our only out with a gang, or out on the Carrie's Gro. 155 NW 17th St. )
duty toward our parents. We streets until all hours of the People's Drug 402 NW 8th St. June 17 August 1 A. Kelly i
mut! respect them as the repre night, is to give real pain to our Music Dance Art
\ sentatives of God. Actually pa orl juntO
oarents. To be everlastingly teasing LIBERTY CITY I
rents are taking the place of i for permissions that parents .
God Insofar as their childrenare do not want to, and sometimes Community Drug 6750 16th Ave.
concerned. I cannot give, is to give pain. To Little Super Mkt. 6820 17th Ave.
refuse to study in school, to act Bethel's 6828 NW 18th Ave.
We 16 teentlmers or 17 even though old, must we 'hard boiled," profane, vulgar, Smith's) 6704 NW 18th Ave.Newton' Why Pay Rent? Buy A Home Today!
are years arrogant, is to give pain. These 6320 NW 18th Ave.
show the same respect to our pa- Dallas 6700 NW 15th Ave.
actions and attitudes disproveany
should 'Drive by these and take looks
rents that they show or claim on the part of us Liberty Beauty 6707 NW "15th Av.Griffin' a
\ show to God. Surely we must .
y' show them the same respect that rents.teenagers that we love our pa' Bannister's 6572 6290 NW NW 15th 15th Ave.Ave. 1952 ''N.W., 52nd Street-$400 Down (FHA Terms)
I would show the president of
we the United States or any other Seymour's 1304 NW 62nd St. 2925 N.W. 68th Street-$850 Down (Beautiful
Jackson's 6000 NW 12th Ave.
i dignitary who was deserving of The five top teen agers of the Drake' 2101 NW 62nd St.Matthew's 3-bedroom home)
,!, special honor and attention.
week, chosen for their courtesy,
6981 NW 15th
.! Sometimes we teenagers will be :abilities, zeal, friendliness and Convenient 6804 NW 22 Ave.Ave. 703 N.W. 76th Stre it-499!$ Down
:I' perfect ladles and gentlemen many other characteristics include I Phil's Store 6968 NW 17th Ave. (Home plus efficiency apartment) ; when we are In the presence of
: Carlotta Rhetta of Notre \
;I Thomas I o
2350 NW
75th St.
famous people outside the home. Dade 1083 N.W. 77th OW'
Academy, Clyde Richardson Lerner's 2090 NW 75th St. Street-$1,500 Down
But In the presence of our parents of North Dade -
Frederick's 645 NW 62nd St. (Home plus apartment plus extra lot
j! we act as though our pa' Taylor of Booker T. WashingtonHigh )
18th Ave. Gro 6307 NW 18
rents were no more than tramps Judy Welcher of Northwestern Community Shoe Shine Ave. 2145 N.W. 51st Street-$275 Down 3-bedroom house
knocking on the back door fora and Carroll Williamsf
cup of coffee, or no more than Archbishop Curely. 6662 NW 15th Ave.J 1311 N.W. 50th Street---$900 Down 3-bedroom homer
Infants to be pitied and patron and J 1410 NW 62nd St.
ize but not to be taken seriously. Lincoln Fields 2001 NW 62nd St.
"j Scotty's 7501 NW 22nd Ave. .
Respect means that parentsare Demos to MeetThe
not made fun of
They are OPA LOCKA
not topics of jokes and laughterand Maqnolla Sundries 14570 22 Ave. 0 We arrange all financing ". ."
Dade ;
County Dem
biting acorn. They are not Young Miller's 0 We are and
ocratlc Association will hold its 16110 NW 22nd Ave. open Saturday Sunday
regular monthly meeting 8 p.ra Bunche Drug 2280 Bunche Dr. O We have over 250 others to choose from
June 5, 636 NW 3rd ave. Im- Lawrence
portant business to be transact. 15901 NW 20th Ave. O We will take your lots, acreage or old house
ed. in on a down payment
f FOR SALE Dr. E. A. Ward, president and Span 4801 NW 27th Av
Neal's 4825 NW 27th Ave.
Miss Ruby Thomas, Sec'y Brownsville Drug 4634 27th Ave. FORD REALTY Inc.
Elnora 4320 NW 27th Ave.
$195 Down ,
Tracy's 6010 NW 32nd Ave.

$65 monthly. Move right in. Personal Mention 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559
2Jbedroom, newly painted,
Mrs. Daisy L. Taylor of Opa Advertise I
t no closing costs.. Only one Locka recently returned from It Paya' -, .. '.... '" -. "Jt' ... ....-. 'fit. .
mortgage to pay. Total attending the District meeting
price $6,695. of the National Alliance of Pos- l 1 rT\1If! '!7\1'J7\iI7\1t' tJ71'7'1uu.1t1LlllL1lIJL.! UlllIDl "t'fTYn'H'' '',_n_
tal Employee held in Fayetteville .
N. C. This district covers 8

J Carolina Florida, South and Georgia Carolina She, North was S'2'; The Opportunity You've Waited For I 1

J< $350 Down rewarded for faithful service by : Is NOW Yours_In Beautiful f
FHA terms. 2-bedroom CBS being elected to the office at
Kitchen equipped, large lot, District Secretary for the com =::1 ;11
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close to bus. Nice area. v F

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