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 17, 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: UF00028321:00270

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The group of 18 white and

p f.j.. Jacksonville Negro Riders'travel facilities found clergymen except Florida for pretty a couple"Freedom interstate well integrated of- Metro Tax Expert is Mass :

Instances on Thursday.The .

Closes City PoolsBarbara service and group at rabbis the of protestant white were restaurant refused clergymen Meeting Speaker :

lit the new Tallahassee airport. .. -

Jacksonville Municipal Two previous! tests of the air Property Owners of Greater
swimming pools will remain port cafe by local Negro<< clergymen Miami will get all the answer.

.... closed until further notice, the failed to lower the segrega on Metro taxes and reassessment -
\ ; city recreation *department an- I tion barriers. The Rev., David I at the maas meeting
: : Brooks said he and a group were : scheduled for Thursday, ,June .II,
nounced this week in an apparent refused service in the past two I i p.m. at Greater :Bethel, AHE
r'- :effort t0 avoid further inte weeks. I Church. 245. W 8th .fit..

.. Aration'.attem,, :, : The city' :refused rederal..f\and.1' "," Robert Metro Daly tax an executive 'In"the :' .....,
'tor'c" construction"of alrp6rt assessor's office
George G.: Robinson, director facilities SO 'that It could be seg a consultant on public educationon I ,
of the recreation departmentsaid regated.At tax reassessment will be the

the pools would not be Lake City, the "Ridera" speaker and answer all of your
opened and that "no decision has were Ignored by waitresses when questions on Metro. '
been reached when they will be they took seats at the, lunch fie"sure to get, your answers
reopened." He declined to com counter and they left without so that you can wisely' decide.
moot on the reason for keepingthe protests 10 minutes later to re- how to vote on Reassessment ',,
pools closed. board their bases. August 16,
Starting early Thursday morn
.. Last week, Mayor Haydon ing in their tour of North Flor- 25 AT U.M.. k;A 1 1
Durns said that It attempts were
than 25 Negroes A 5 ;
1 made to integrate the city-own- More
ed pools the pools would be taking graduate courses quietly
closed. registered for summer classesat
the' University of Miami ,4p'i' N
I Thursday, Hardly anyone paid r 'I

Sorority, president of Alpha any attention.
Kappa Mu Honor Society and None are housed on the cam .'T_._.'._'.'._..... _M_._____
Barbara Woolen, daughter of the student NEA, Wolverine Observer against pus as living yet but In there UM dormitories.is no ban 'Mrs. Evelyn Cobb Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Wooten of staff, '''Yearbook staff
All student will ihare the name Mingo Cobb attended the grad-
Club and '
\ 7160 NW 16th ave., received the campus Courtesy was
and other facilities of
,. bachelor of arts degree in Eng- elected to Who's Who Among cafeteria uation of their daughter, Per-
;Msh and Education from Morris Students In American Universities the university nella Vernett Cobb, who graduated
Drown College Atlanta, June 7. i and Colleges. ;' with a B.S. degree in the
Ida, the group ate at lunch coun- field of business education from
While matriculating at Morris I Miss Wooten also ,taught ters and used rest rooms In Jack. Bethune Cookman College, Daytona
Drown, :Miss Wooten participated -: classes at the college in the absence sonville and Tallahassee boi Beach on May 29. ,Miss
r actively in. the. following- of an English professor' stations under the watchful eyes Cobb graduated with honors.
.,ganll lon': Alpha; Kappa ,Alpha who became ill. *' t. ;a. Kit of policemen. l

OPA LOCKA YOUTH Youth Hall Officer ,

SHOOTS STEPFATHER Suspended for Gun PlayA

Rev. William E. Taylor, pastor -
of Hurst Chapel AME Church, Hi- Youth Hall officer, who is The slug splattered against the
A 13-year-old Opa Locka boy the. abdomen late Thursday a.m. vlerla Beach and who resided at also a Primitive Baptist minister floor and several richochetlng
shot and seriously wounded his His condition was carried as 14601 Lincoln Blvd., Richmond :was suspended by Dad e fragments struck a 16-year-old
stepfather with a .22 calibre serious late Thursday, afternoon Hts., was a victim of an automo- juvenile authority for accidentally under an arm.
rifle during a family argument Police said Williams had been bile collision which occured Fri shooting a young delinquent The youngster who had been
9:30: Thursday morning, accord drinking.The day and he died Saturday in It was reported on Wed committed for breaking and en-
ing to the Homicide Bureau of stepson was turned over Palm Beach General Hospital, nesday. tering' was treated at Jackson
the Metro Sheriff Department. to the County Juvenile authorl- Lake Worth. His survivors are Osa Nickeraon, 52, who Is re Hospital.
ties So far, no charges have his widow, Ora D., mother, three garded 'toy the superintendent as .iNlckerson, father of five child.
Police said Nealy Williams, been filed against ,him. 1 sisters, five brothers, two sons. a "good officer, even an out ren and son of a minister, and
34, of 15740 NW 18th Place, The Willlamses are also parents Services will be conducted Sat. standing one," said he o. 1 jr pastor of !Mt.\ Olive Primitive
was shot during an argument of seven other children, All of urday at 11 awn, at Hurst Chapel meant to frighten a group of Baptist Church, has been commended
when he threatened' to harm hU whom were witnesses, to the Incident with Rev. J. B. Blacknell officiating boys who were "acting up." for his Bible youth
wife, Geneva. Williams wa Because of his age, the and at 4 p.m. at Greater As he pulled his .38 Smith classes and his work in the rehabilitation -
rushed to Jackson Hospital name of the stepson U being Bethel AME Church, Miami, Rev.S. and Wesson ,revolver from his of Negro delin
where he underwent surgery of withheld by police. A. Cousin, pastor belt, the gun went off, he said quents.

I Police Officers Charged with Perjury in Dope Case .. I

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One Resigns suiting In the woman being At the time of her sentencing, the custody of a probation officer I framed because she refused to
; sentenced to a two-year prison Mrs. Jackson broke into hysterical in order that the may be continue to go out with Collier.

Other SuspendedIn term. I. screaming claiming that available to testify against the Another alleged motive .Li that
:The officers are John Collier,'. she was' innocent' after Judge officera. Mrs. Jackson had refused to cooperate -
a sensational' disclosure 32, of 2697 NW 51st Terr., and I Wlllard convicted her and sentenced In the meantime a white policeman with the two officers in

two well known, Miami police, officers Willie. Johnson, 30, 240 NW 21st her to prison. also was reported under narcotics traffic, using money
were charged on Tuesday St. The woman Is Mrs.' Eloutee investigation in the case. given her to buy grocery stock I
with perjury in' the framing ofa Johnson Jackson, 33, of 770 NW I10TII OFFICERS ON"NARCOTIC8 Stories of three witness to Instead of the drugs they ordered -
56th Terr., who before sentence, SQUAD her to buy.
woman on a- dope charge re- the State Attorney's inv *tlga-
operated a grocery and meat Both Collier and Johnson to the filing of the ___...__ _m___
.., .__ ton led I III
'- < ,gyp S market at 551 NW 7th St. were members of the City of charges.
Dade State Atorney's Investigators Miami's Narcotics' squad. After
f arrested both officers at questioning on Tuesday, both One of the witness listed on
k Police' Headquarters on Tues- were asked to resign from the pollee records as John W. Stra-
day and immediately after Crimi- force. Johnson did so, but Collier chan, was arrested on Tuesday II III
nal Court Judge Ben C. Wlllard refused He was promptly night for allegedly speeding' on I
signed a special order releasingMrs. suspended.The NW 17th fit., and assaulting the I

Y Jackson from the State prison State Atty. said that his motorcycle police who caught
him. Strachan was also charged
for women at Lowell, where office ha evidence that "Collierwas
drunken driving.
she had been confined since )'n the narcotics business Ina with

4 'April! ,27.State, big way." He added that his ALLEGED MOTIVES OFFEREDTwo
Atty. Richard Gersteln office is also considering filing .
said his office is investigating narcotics charges against both alleged motives for the
I the possibility ,that the officers men. framing of Mrs. Jackson were
were involved In other wrongful cited by investigators: First. i ,

convictions. Another source ,said )lnS. JACKSON RELEASED MM. Jackson was Collier's girl ...... .. I
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....'N"'....,..,. .. .-- as many as five other cases were Mrs. Jackson was released' friend before her arrest. Mrs. r i I
.JOIl1iS01l under study. from prison on Wednesday InI I Jackson charged that she wa COLLIER -J j i


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Tribute to Dr. Nannie

Banquet is Summit of H BurroughsA

memorial' service will beheld

on Sdnday, July O''ae'rti'befitting

Excelsior Bowling League tribute'. to'th'
*. HI: Burroughs, who lerV
ed the denomination and made
'THREE DOZEN THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA many xctiteflf eontributionV-td.

TROPHIES\ AND PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1961 'finer womanhood for over a half

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MERITS ministers and'ih'* publli

AWARDED Robert Jackson and Darden FREE SWIM are invited to share in paying
By LEO ARMURISTEn The third place finishers were CLASSES AT homage to thl' great leader'who
The Excelsior Bowling League Sir John Untouchables with Ted carried On Until death.
last Thursday night moved Its Potter, James Mitchum, Duke VA. BEACHMetro

activities from the slick lanes of Jenkins and John Marshall. Dade County Park's pop nI I{ : ; 111'I""lij" iliJ.JJJ.
the bowling allies to the cool, #
swimming _
Special award trophies, went I ular summertime
cozy, comfortable: confines of children, YoUrLITTLE .Ietl'd ;
I classes for preschool Meet 'at
to J. L. Edwards for the league'shighest S
and there
the Ml Lounge again %
and adults began
they were as excellent as host to average of 168; Willie. beginners Beach > __
the more than 250 guests and 'Lazier for league1a highest I Tuesday Released at Virginia.by the Recreation Wit U t:i{ CAL'S
264 Ted Potter took the
friends andwith game ; DivisIon'of Metro Dade County Charlton lies ton in the COB-
three game high set with 694. 2955 N. W 54th St-
the same Frank Smith was awarded a Park Dept. and Recreation Dept. tune which he wears ill theepectaciy'ar
good taste and trophy for league cham.plonstilp'match was the following schedule for chariot rare Of
flavor as they registration and class 'beginningat .'
Timothy Williams was Ac Ul'.
; Retro Goldwxn Mayer's <<
were at bowling Virginia Beach i "Iien4ttir"Keeton ,
runnerup.James Award-winning
their strikes andsparea Beginners, four to nine years emy WirifeHot
Cold Bear ana
Willie Lazier Best
Terry, won the "Oscar" for
from 8:30 to
all win- will be taught :
I Dennis Peak, Colin James, Chas. Actor. The William Wyler presentation -
ter long. ,10:45: a.m. In four sessions five SamlwtehelIlAttOLD !
Margan, Johnny White and I days a week. Classes are free was filmed in Italy
This nIght f 1 H James Henderson. and other foreign locales in
and will last for two weeks. YOtNOttLOOD, Prop.
was set aside for sMiriends Otis Burns received a trophyfor 'Further information may be color and is now playing at the .
the league toshowthelr ability to improve his bowl FR 3-6385, Lib-City Drive-in Theatre. .. .... Ij,',', '. "" ."
i I M ing faster than any other league obtained by phoning I -- {,.... ," '
bowler. I "o
wnat a good time coula
The sponsor! award went to
be had by a sincere group of will find a voting coupon. Cast
the Hot Shoppers for their substanital For' Teenager*+
bowlers, and also to award the support to their team your votes NOW for your choiceof
trophies, merits and other honors throughout the entire meet. the Most Popular. The win
that come from good teamwork ning contestant could depend on ,AT THE HARLEM SQUARED BALLROOM t
\ and an average skill In MIXED BOWLING GAINING your ballot. Yours could be the
the art of bowling. MOMENTUMThe lucky ballot chosen to win one Beginning Monday, June" 19811 p.m.
Gaiety set the tempo of ,the of the fabulous 'prizes: a paid >
mood of all and It was creditable Mixed Bowling League has vacation in Haiti or Atlantic ADMISSION
'to happy people City, or one of the U. S. Savings I
see so many en been gaining momentum as it Is tAtth'tJoltti.
fd '
Music' by Billy hello and his !big"datifo
joying themselves so Immensely. going into its fourth seek. The Bonds to be awarded.In ,
Those with sure anticipation of following team standings! and Individual the meantime if you wishto Callaway featnu *utl'VOtA.1.t.stt )
'receiving trophies could hardly averages are proof positive make reservations for this There Will be Plenty of Ilnlly-OnHjr' For,AH' .
''restrain from watching tables of the competitive action sell-ont affair, call Dave at Con-

''decked with dozens of gleaming that I la taking place every Wed test Headquarters, Suite 225 Sir First ten perons will be admitted' FREE:'
gold figurines: but me, I paid nesday night up at the Ml Bowling John Hotel, FR 33381. And get : .., _
more attention to the well prePared Lanes: i your votes in for your favorite. I )
will count!II
appetizing menu of one- Still flying high Is E. A. Lines Everyone
half chicken, baked potato and Golden Falcons followed by I
all the other trimmings that Karillon Beauty Salon, Kathy's
make a banquet something not Metropolitan Laundry, Cecil
to miss. Radio and TV, Earl Edge's

Bruce McCord, president of Zipha Bryant's, Spare Master, .', : {: .4
the league, along with his most E. A. Lines Falcons and Royal
competent assistants, Ted Potter, Drive Inn.
secretary and James Mitchum, High Individual single game :<
treasurer, are to be commendedfor was bowled by Robert Jackson, \ r
the excellent Job they did 220; James Mltchuf 202 and H. }
with their first attempt to gen Jones 198. S
eral such a large program;' they High Individual three-game
voiced the sentiments of the entire ,?et was bowled by Earl Edge, f@f 1
league when they expressed 537: A. Reason 521 and Robert
their thanks to the general public Jackson 619.PRIZES. I _
for the support they have .

given showing the a little league Interest by merely In Its ALL SET .' ,:.5'M' : .;: 'i+... :: ..,', :',
1dtM ;:< : ::;
activities.Mr. 0 1/
and Mrs. Theodore Gold- W r\. :
stein were honored guests at _
the banquet, also Mr. and Mrs. CONTEST WINNER S ,, ,
Gene Siedler. Mr. Goldstein and ; :'. ,,(, *'"
Mr. Seidler are president and Just. think! Your choice of a '
id : 1
secretary of the Greater Miami round-trip all-erpense-pald! vaca- wS a t \ ," r
Bowling Association. tion in exotic Haiti (with the "
companion of choice), ... ..... : \
These men gave their full support your .. III"- '

and sport will vowed to get in Negro this the that area.full bowling Negro benefit In bowlers of Miami the furnished stopping Port-au-Prince.Castelhalti by at Pan the Transportation American worldfamousHotel In colorful Airways @@(I o@r \ .'

Jet (The World's Most
\iAs the trophies __
were being
presented to the 'bowlers there Experienced Airlines). I ;
Or if you prefer, a week In Atlantic
were resolutions
spectators many to be in the among line the of City during the time of : ve'be1U1r

march the next time such an affair the great Miss America Pageant.
comes around. Here again is a paid vacation ?a Y> g
air to
for two, transportation
Mr. Seidler officiated well In S _
the scene and a most enjoyablestay _
presenting the more than two as
at one of Atlantic City'smost
dozen trophies and awards. fabulous resort, the exciting
Trophies were presented to the tka
Jamaica Motel, with Reggie
Wilson Rental Agency team for f
Edghlll your host.
first place with each member of These are the top prizes which
the team receiving one. The have been arranged for the winner
team is comprised of J. L Edwards of the 1961 Popularity Con
Bruce McCord, Timothy test which is being held for the
Williams, Lewis Kinsey and Bar, Hotel and Restaurant employees :
Prince Culmer. and to the lucky voters elec1rimJ.g'! 0
Second place went to Fender who have cast their votes for I

son Olympics. Members of the their favorite 'barmaid, bartender .
team are Willie Fenderson Willie waiter or waitress.
Nlcholason, Ernest Hayes, Esewhere: on these pages you Jf;{ -l..M!

-- ..- Tasteful and welcome ekbica1 gets! !IId c .......10 lla .

joyedloDgafter.othemuefoi&otlal. ..,' ... .

It's Never too late to have .t So be a thoughtful giver! Sea the marvelous ee1dblt b mcIB, .

dad, brides,graduates,anniversaries-to that tpecu orxie -pat

Graduation PicturesMADE @ your electric appliance1 dealer. .

And fat that repfly+ Special Gift: may we suggest> a ta&ao tkotric ,

AT /lfL. dryer,pr dishwasher, or automatic range, or TV eat; crofter. .:

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Tribute to a High 'THE MIAMI TIMES-: MIAMI, FLORIDA ;"*;'. .. .

26 MIAMIANS EARN School Graduate SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1961 PAGE 3 '<.


Cherish this jewel you have now ,.,

FAMU DEGREES A new ed aqquirled by lifer desire.and, ambition launch I I Top Coaches Fla. Clinic ; .:.

Twelve years you've traveled a
Tallahassee Three hundredand doubt if most of them know steady road,
' twenty-seven degrees, Including what either means, and 'the way And twelve years you've shouldered Tallahassee Duffy Dougherty B University of South Carolina :
13 master of education I we Negroes have been treated<< In a heavy load. of Michigan State Dear Dry ; Ray Graves, University of ,
degrees, were conferred during Alabama they don't want any A responsibility you now controlAs ant of Alabama, Frank Droy' lat Florida; Dill Peterson, !FloridaState : I
the ,spring commencement exer part of democracy no matter you proceed to face life with Arkansas, and Johnny McLen- ; and Jake Gaither, FAMU..
cises at 'Florida A&M University what It is" success as a goal. don of Cleveland will head a Assistant coaches to serve are
last week. President George W. While his audience Interrupted staff of the nation's leading Pat James, Alabama; Pepper
Gore Jr., called the coaches for the 17th annual Fla. Rodgers and Gene Ellenson,
61 class << with applauses, the former Though the rocks in your road
"one of the finest In the history civil rights lawyer and dean of.. way caused you to stumble, A&M University Coaching Cliri- I Florida; Pete Griffin, Ed Ogle-
of the institution." Attorney the Howard Law College, said I And many failures brought ic which opened here -Monday by, Costa Kitties and Hease
Richard Ervln was among the we need to help the white man, forth a. grumble and continued through Friday Tookes, FAMU; and Florlda'a
nearly 2,000 persons attending or he will get us all killed. You arose to your feet to con noon. head trainer Sam Lankford.
the' final ,exercises. When tree the task McLendon, recently appointedhead .
you have certain ob quer
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Speaking on "New Occasions ligations you must ruitiu, but And made all of your efforts coach of the Cleveland '-
I teach New Duties,'' Dr. James you must start practicing them successful at last. Pipers, the first Negro to be-
head coach of CAN TOO MUCH BE DONE
Madlsbn Nabrit Jf. president of while you are not free. come a professional
Howard University told the for life's basketball team, is serving -
3 "I don't know a single white You weigh in now
graduates that they were living man who would want a little bit championship bout, as guest clinician t in a nuclear age which was just of liberty now A little bit more And you're better equipped to basketball section. McLendonhas
beginning In which the past will later," Accorded the speaker. work things out, just returned from a success-, Fr. Theodore GibsonAND
%\ pale into insignificance in the "He wants nil of his freedom\ The weapon of progress Ls now ful tour of Russia as head I.
, light of things we will see. yesterday. It'rt J\ke Having the at your commandAnd coach of a group of American I THE NAACP? I
. All-Stars. He led the TennesseeA&I
:{ "There is more need for you white man's foot on your neck you'll strive to perfect this I
| to continue your education than and ho doRt"n't"ant you to Ood-given land. State Tigers to an unprecedented -
\ ever before," he said. "You need. wiggle" three straight National i' The Crusaders say
! new acquisitions and the under !Graduates of the class of 1936 Your thanks to your teachers, Association of Intercollegiate .
{i i' standing of new problems' and who returned to receive 25- parents and friends Athletic championships before NO!
acquaint yourselves to their 'solution year Alumni Medals were James And all those who gave you a Joining the Pipers three years
'f ," pointed out the speaker. I W. Everett, Mrs. Maude K. sturdy hand, ago. 25i5iS! ZSi!
Revealing:' statistics on employment Reid, Mrs. Leonie M. Robinson For now' you stand as a symbol Head coaches to serve on the I I
,' Dr. Nabrit told the I and (Mrs Edna Nelson Thomp I' of their faith, FAMU clinic faculty are Marvin I Advertise It Pays!
i audience that less than 15 per king Faith you've proven had not
cent of the work today is com Three Miamians graduatedwith I igone to waste,
I mon labor. The unprepared per- distinction. They were: But all of those turmoils are
eons will be unemployable and Clifford McDuffy, Janice Eliza I things of the past
all the bills introduced in Con beth Adams andz Robbie Ruth And finally, It's over at last!
gress will not help because the Zelgler. I
unprepared cannot work, warn
ed the Howard president.One Other Miamians receiving degrees IF IT'S FLOWERS

of the responsibilities of Evans were II. Starke Raymond Jr.,D.Janice Aranha A., You're thinking of, call us Which .word is older

Negroes, according to Dr. Na Aranha, Laretha O. Drown, Bertha We cnn help you with any of .
brit, is to help keep the white Williams Cason, Lois A. jour firmer occasions
I man free. "The Negro ia the Forbes, Winnlfred Gabriel, Fred Gin orCordon's
best asset America has in tryingto die L. Gllllam. Alice Mae Holll
get all the uncommitted I day, Darbara J, lJol;oman, Betty
people in the world on her side. I Patterson Hosklns, Israel S ?
We don't need to be free to Johnson, Edison M. Kemp Pur-
help nave democracy. ; we need to less Merrell Jr., Vera Drown,
be free to help keep the white Homestead; Darbara J. McKinney -.
man free There are over 200 Veronica E. O'Berry, Benjamin -
jnilllon Africans who don/t. know I Pratt, Ruby M. Robinson,
whether to join forces with the Franklin D. Turner, Carrie L.
Communists or democracy, I : Dryant, and Arthur W. Carter.


Vaughn Stops Irwin in 3 Perry's Florist

1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Displaying a superior brandof In other bouts the followingwere Phone FR 4-1205 DNS
boxing in every phase of the the results: Leroy Alexander < More Than 80 Yearsof 1 'MG
contest, fast moving Ike Vaughn, 186 NYC, TKO'd Lee An Satisfying, Service
142, of Cincinnati, scored a drews, 192 Birmingham, Ala. in REMEMBER FATHER'S tls
technical knockout over a game 1:13: of the 4th round of the DI LED
but leas experienced Harry Lee opening 4-rounders. DAY JUNE 18 IONDONDRYGIN
Irwin, 146, Miami, in 30 secondsof Santo Flores, 126San Juan
the third round in the 6- and Jimmy Hightower, 127%, .gN/IMnW.M1U.
round main attraction at the air Homestead battled to a good

Vaughn John Arena opened Monday up a deep night.cut draw. DID YOU SEEWhat's !!L

over..Jhe left eye of Irwin early Lee Dukes, 179, Chicago, and
in the round and upon recommendation Dill Wilkes, 184, Miami also. ::
of the ring ,physician, fought a draw. :

Dr. James McCormick, Referee Emil Garcia, 124%, Dattlla, is 69 older but sinceGordoris
Eddie Ecklbert. Qin
stopped >(the bout P. R., earned a unanimous decision years ,
and declared! Vaughn the winnerby
over Joe Gonzalez 128,
a TKO. Vaughn, whose experience Canton, Ohio, in the final card. r I was introducedin
proved too much for
Irwin, was in command
of the
contest all the way DON'T Going on at The England in 1769, it has been '
Eddie Ludlow, 131, Miami
scored a TKO over Ray Cama- the worlds word for
chio 129, San Juan, Puerto Rico MIAMI TIMES ADS Hampton House
in 1:40 of the 6th round of the
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a @-2<< !?' .

r r Building Board of : .
Appeals was busy on Monday al
hearing condemnation cases, : n
but many property owners did
Main Office at 0740'N.W. 15th& 'ATMIUO-Phone OX 1-O42L not reach first base. The board
branch At 1112 N.W. Third 'Are,Miami, Florida-Ithono FR 82230 ordered the following places ;
torn down:
II. E. SIGISMTJITO REEVES, Editor and Publisher Ten frame buildings In the t?
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor 700 block at NW 3rd court, rlt!-
owned (by Gulf State Properties, d -
Entered ..* Second dflfis Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Poet Office Inc., and managed by A, II. "1< I :; thS' 5
Adams Jr. di>
'at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Six buildings at 3U2 l NW in <
47th St., owned ,by Cliff Baker.
Member of the Associated Negro Press Also two at 14346 NW 6th ave.
Member of the Nation Newspaper Publisher AssociationSUBSCRIPTION and 633 NW 20th St. -
At Coconut Grove, a frame '
RATES building on 3276 Williams St.
Galer and others at Flagler St.
and NW 9th St., will be demol
Editor McGill Speaks ished.
All these Jbujldlnga are to be :
Ralph McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, In torn down within 30 days.
an ''address to the annual meeting of the Harvard Law!
School Alumni Association and the Harvard Foundationfor Judge Ray Pearson has dis- to

Advanced Study and Research, on Wednesday, de-! missed the case McLeod of former seeking Commissioner to

clared that the Southern bar had not lived up to its re place reassessment on the same .
sponsibility.Mr. ballot as the McLeod amend ---------------meat

McGill was speaking! on desegregation. He said, ment County to the Manager Metro charter.McNayr has
"We are engaged in a struggle to do by law and the courts proposed a 60-day cooling off
what men of free will have not been able, or willing to doby Interval between the two elec ed

themse.lves." ''he expressed th 1 belief.tjiaft; a turning tions.'iAtty.'Cordon.
(deepd representing, the ;" ......
; point in the ,$puJhctmpthis; ; } year when Georgia SefafortOitltehiP l Protective gue
accepted desegregation at its state 'university. thinks there should be no cool .
"Since the greatest social reform of our time is being -

implemented by courts, they and the legal profession The investigators found
inescapably are a focus of attention," he said. $12,000
Cadillacs and plush
"In the past 20 years, \tout more especially since the My, what a racket and ,

United States Supreme Court decision the leadership of people be. d
the Southern bar has not lived up to its responsibility.As ,
far as I can determine, not a single Southern Southern -0A
:'state bar association has gone on record with a resolution -
'or declaration of court support which would have! provided Ye Editor read a very
the people with an alternative to the peddlers of preached' by the Rev. Max .
defiance." First Baptist Church of South

Meanwhile, individual attorneys publicly and slanderously His subject was a touchy
denounce the federal judiciary "assuring a The pastor had

troubled public that the U.S. Supreme Court school decision before. and there were 700
law was not legal, did not have the force of law, He told the congregation

and was Communist inspired.' Bible to support segregation

Editor McGill said one ,of the saddest aspects of the there was is disgusting and to.
Southern race problem has been that the governors have, Segregation is '
by plan, had lawyers join with them in statements which people for being what God ..
deliberately deceived the people by distorting, 'and falsi- stances beyond their control.} "
fying the facts and the Constitution. All too often this alliance The pastor said most of
has been assisted by lawyer-members of the Con after the sermon said they
gress. of favorable calls.

Editor McGill has certainly given the Southern bar He described himself as St.

associations and governors, too, something to think about. and a rebel, a southerner, and

There is no doubt that his argument is logical. :- .
People look to governors, congressmen, senators, bar 1
Why Not Own The ,Best in Dade County?
:associations and ministers for leadership and that leadership .- ... ,.
has much influence whether it be not. Of "Y "
good or ; :
: .
course there are those who are able to judge for them- .. :'r. ,,.'' '." ,. "''-(' :,
selve and not to always follow poor leadership, mattersnot .', ..L 10 :: .
from whom it comes. On the other han'd,:there are so ; ;:. .i" ,ii \:' ) :

many who just maintain a neutral position', ,even though .
they are against the actions of the leader. .. ..

Editor McGill is a man of stature, not afraid to use
his tongue or his pen. God ,bless him. .'fi'r'. ', '

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AFL-CIOCriticized 4r
The Trade Union Council is much displeased with
AFL-CIO president George Meany for criticizing criticsof
racism, rather than the racists at the AFL-CIO convention -
in San Francisco. They said Meany's blast could at

least be considered intemperate, at worst, stupid.
Such attacks they say, have soured both the Negro
and white liberal community on the hierarchy of the
The Council said "the moral authority of labor

leaders, has been usurped by the new wave of Negro
leaders like Rev. Martin Luther King." They call the sit-

in movement an inspiring example. ;
They chastised the AFL-CIO "go slow" policy on ..
discrimination, saying that the Negro unionists spent six A SHOWPLACE
years trying to end discrimination at a Lockheed Aircraft
Corporation plant in Georgia. 7530 N.W. 10th Avenue

Not until Robert Hill of the NAACP appealed to
4-bedrooms CBS 3 Full Tile Baths
President Kennedy to check a government contract was
anything accomplished. With showers. Large living room, dining room and kitchen. Wall to

Neither the company nor the machinists did any- wall carpeting. Indire lighting, front and rear Florida rooms, 2 large
thing to eliminate discriminatory practices at the plant. patios, 2-car garage with electric eye. Many other beautiful features.
o Lot 192 x 110. Underground sprinkling system, 12 parkway lights. So
NAACP' Stops RacketGive much it will fill a book. Owner will trade for other real estate. Origi-
nal cost $125,000.
credit to the National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People for smashing a church PRICE $75,000 Terms Can
racket. Be arranged .
",' In Brooklyn "Bishop" Pierce Johnson was arrested We also have many small homes with FHA financing, bank financing
after the NAACP requested the district attorney's officeto and private financing in good locations.

make an investigation. Johnson would lie in a coffin CHAS. H. PYKE Realtor
murmuring magical words as his followers filed by drop- ,
ping $5 and $10 bills over his purple velvet robes. 409 E. 9th Street, Hialeah TU 5-1589

Occasionally Johnson would give a policy number. 13= =

d.' ,

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Day at would like to extend a cordial GINGHAM DRESS THE MIAMI TIMES:- MIAMI, FLORIDA
welcome to ,everyone to come out
1961 5
Bright Star and join In (the celebration ,BALLThe -.--- .- .-. .. -
Mrs. B.'C. Holmes, Mrs. Clar
ice Carpegay, Mrs. Gertrude Miami Hostess Club (will PERSONALKey holds honoring hr nephew and
Latlmore, ,Mrs. Gertrude, Per present a Gingham Dress Ball on Westers .attending the, nieces, Ferrecita 'PJnder. Alvin
kins, Mrs. Dorothy Gray Mrs. Wednesday night, June 21 at graduation exercises at Norton" '''hbdtoan( Adder Y. The affair r
Ellen Taylor, Mrs Jahell Rack the Knight Deat Club, /276 NW western were Mrs. Itawena IPln w.aetheld at the kb me of Mr..and
ard, as well as the "Sons, and 6th St. Music by Frank DuBoise I der and niece'GeraldlneWellera rirs. Lawrence'Adderley on\Tues
Daughters" singing group will from 10 until 2:00.: Tables free. and Mr)#. Eloise Reynolds. On day evening and a lawn party
be among the, numerous, out Admission $1.25. Sunday evening after"b accalau* was also arranged by Eloise for
standing participants on the reate a reunion, dinner\was held., the graduates at the Adderleys;
program. Mrs. Maebell Moss is presidentand It was sponsored by, firs: \RejsI .which. was enjoyed iby many.
y ry Mrs. Christine Parham is

Youth CongressThe secretary ,
State Youth Congress of Public R TZ'
Meeting at
: the Church of God in Christ of
Eastern Florida will convene at School Board CAPITOL
Delray June 21-25, Elder A. THEATRE
Ridley, host pastor. How "Johnnie" learns to read THEATRE
,Main theme: "Judgement Is the topic for the fourth in the NOW SHOWING PHI. THRU TUES.
I Preparation." Everyone is invited current series of six special night ROCK HUDSON
it is participated in ,by every. meetings arranged by the Dade "ATLANTIS, THE KIRK DOUGLAS
body. Monopolized County School Board. This Im
by nobody. LOST CONTINENT"PLua'
There everybody Is somebody.. portant subject will be explain. The Last Sunset1Plus
Elder William Atkins, State ed on Thursday, June 22 at 7:30
president p.m, in the School Board Audi
presiding. Missionary,
Mary L. Davis, state chairlady. torlum, .second floor of the Llnd- "Revolt of The Slaves" "Posse From Hell"
Jun24 sey Hopkins Building, 1410 NEJ Rhonda Fleming Audio Murphy
I 2nd ave. Mrs. Florence Lutz,
The women of Bright MorningStar
F. W. Baptist Church, 360 Mrs. Dorothy Adside and Mrs.
NW 14th Terr., will celebrate 5 Miamians Get Hazel presentation Troy will take part In the
their 'first Woman's Day June
25. Howard DegreesFive NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTJoe
The speaker for the morning 55th Terrace: Benjamin D. Heidt,
BS, 5621 NW 19th David' Metz is BackSMALL'S
will be Miss Marie M. White, Miamians received de
Robinson Jr., BA., 1512 NW
prominent religious and civic grees at the '''recent Howard Uni-
worker. She Is well known and versity graduation exercises. 58th Terr and Franklin F.
Sands, B.A., 3800 Franklin ave. LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
highly esteemed and has servedas They were:
guest speaker In the area on Robert Berlin, DDS 5841 La
many occasions. Gorce Dr., Miami Beach; Harold 701 N.W. 2nd Avenue

-. 3irsLFl la..J4. .Davlat:chairman! L.j Bragnon, .LL.B.s 1160. NW TilE J'AS'VROA8' LOUNtiH IS OPEN 0 A.M. TO 1 A.M.
-- --- -- rl .$800 DOWN I : "I,; lx: CJ'nW'XLH :''I .)lfmo 1iU SIO'i'f h '," 11 y'u

World-Wide 8-Weeks Summer To Serve You Are
No QualifyingNo
Fellowship DinnerPlans School at HolmesIn ,
Closing Cost J

are now In effect for the an attempt to bring the ? ? J
World-wide Fellowship Dinner Liberty City area children up to ;Open
which will be held during the a higher level of competency
month of July by the Baptist summer school will be held for 2965 NW 68th St. Three. IS GOOP!
women of this area. All churches six weeks at Holmes Elemen-
from Homestead to Hollywood, tary School. There Is only one bedrooms, 2 baths; 4 years AT .
including the smaller towns, are academic summer school in the
Invited to participate regardless urban area and it should be new. Lovely corner. Sacrifice DUMAS MILNER CHEVROLET I
to district affiliations.The
Summer school is definitely .
date of the dinner is July for strengthening children. Let's *
17. Place to be announced in the make sacrifices to help our
next issue of The Times. Price children achieve. Register your $12,800Phone We are going to make it even better by telling
per plate will be only $2.00. All child Monday morning. The six
women of the denomination are weeks academic program cost is OX 6-4696 1961 CHEVROLETSAt
urgently requested to participate. $25. Classes will, run from 8 to
Weekly meetings pertaining to 12 daily savings of hundred of dollars
this event is held at St. John
Church Thursday ... .IIM'T"_''._.. ,110 ''ta"III'KlD: RZIoIII --.__II.__.
Baptist on : 8 IIi"'" .. 1 (k '11:=LL LL UII.l VIfUmL MIt --
man, Mrs. Irene' Pratt-Wllder, co-
chairman. Mrs. Harolean Storr,
secretary; Mrs. Thedford Johnson Every Reasonable Offer Will be Considered

,. treasurer,
KHwt jour new Chevrolet f from an Inventory of nearly 400

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Course Offered DUMAS MILNER

High School GradsThe NOW SHOWING

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beginning of a specialized periodof
study for this year's high Including "BEST PICTURE"! 4181 S.W. 8th St. HI 4.3566
.school graduates who are plan.
nlng to enter college in the fall.
Basically, the purpose of the Xfl H2Y JI.UDt Service Dept. Open 'til MidnightYour
students make ra'antf .
course is to help
; Now and Friendly' Dealer
the transition from secondary; i; lrale of tht Chret'{
school into college with greaterease. l
This summer marks the !
third successive year the adult 4"
program has offered this type of

The classes will begin at 7:00 /

p.m. on Monday, June 19 Areas ROOMSNEW
of study will include math and
science English and social stu
dies. The fee will be $2.00 for
each of the two groups (or a A
' total of $4.00)). Students can eIt' w LOW RATES
elect either or both groups.

A specialized reading class 1* .,
also beginning at the center on
the same night. The reading Per Week
classes will be open to anyone $7.00
interested. For students already

attached In school; however there will persons be no reg.fee !! MDIRccTro + S And Up

istering for this service only DY "...-..--....
will be required to pay a $2.00
fee. WILLIAM vn\.1f.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ticlpate in the workshop. Mrs. ITONE5 relieves Likes JESCA Day
I I Coleman, who also teaches at

PAGE, SATURDAY JUNE 17 1961 BTW Is a registered dletitlon anda Stomach Care !Center
member of the American Upset
- -
Dietetic Association. For many
years her work has been in Institutional the wayMilkRelievesUlcers The, Editor, The Miami Times
and Hospital man Dear Editor,

agement of foods and cookery.It \ This year we had the pleasant
would amaze you to know the experience of
Around Miami enrolling
places she has worked and accomplishments 2 tiny Amltone tablets actually child in the James E. Scott Day
she has made. It
a have the acid-neutralizing Care Center on 14th
is nice to have progressive of a full pint of milk I Yes, that time we had never engage
people move to our city and do Amttone's exclusive Olycine in, any activities offered at
By DAVE BONDU t something to help make ours a treats you to all of milk's soothing center.
.. U better community to live in. We powers..with Jeeldble relief
wish much success to Dr. and in seconds.-that( lasts for hours I ,May we say that, we were

...... Mrs. Coleman in all they do. 24 tablets only 49*. gratified to know that there
j- Till next week Live Life still those who work for ark
audience: Then next week, the
Every Golden: Minute of It. & Drug Store love of
J. J. Dept. what they are doing
"himself" and
beautiful sight to all parents.My is coming Wynonie Peace!ITWO not alone
two boys walked down the Harris Harris' with a spank 1410 N.W. 02nd St. monetary gain.
aisle to the platform with that brand new version of "Blood Miami, We wish to say thanks you
all important senior-look on Eyes.", "The Glass" !Is doing WIN STATE Fla.'I to the entire staff of this fine

their faces, with but one single everything possible to keep this center and especially to the un

thought in mind "I'm on my part of town alive, and believe MEDICAL tiring patience of Mrs. Strick-
way." These kids of mine and me that in just what he is do- land and Mrs. Stirrup who seem-
SCHOLARSHIPSThe ed to have been directly
yours came home all grown up ing. 'responsible -
at once. I, like so many other Florida State Board of for our child's care.

parents attended the commence HERE IS GOOD ,NEWS: Napoleon Health has announced the approval We hope that this center will
ment exercises, and left the aud Reed has put Vanilla Williams of ten applicants for continue to flourish as one of
itorlura with the feeling that it : to work on the Beach in state medical scholarships. Those V our many fine community pro
was a beautiful program. It was ,the Morris '
Lansburg chain of participating in the program jects.
well planned, and you could not hotels. That's a nice ,break for
have agreed to practice medicine For the best in,
start to visualize the hard work Vanilla and Sincerely yours,
we happy for upon completion of their education
that went into the perfection of her ". For those of you who and. internship, in areas of hair weev visitor Mr. and Mrs. Walter
such a program. Principal Sam missed "Ben Hur" y'all will be the state which have need of additional call the Modernistic Peterson
Cohen was smiling all over the able to catch It for the next
definedby ,
physicians, as www
place, and very happy about the week Beauty!j
at the 22nd Ave. Drive In.
whole thing.Napqlean the board. The successful can- Salon. Hair,
I understand it's a .wonderful dates were recommended to the '
Heed, star of the picture. board by the State Medical Com weev covers x I

Broadway ,production and movieof mittee, of which Dr. Melvin M. bald spots,' i
"Carmen" and his beautifulwife Simmons of Sarasota is chair thickens and <
C'HAULtlfi JIAY1;K, owner of I
and Screaming Jay Haw !'
man. lengthens the1 "
kins, recording star, Dill's fiance Mi! Bowling Alleys, has broughtin hair and the'' Sj' .'"t S
i some out of town attractions.He The ,,
4 Helen Lawson of Perrine, scholarship recipientswho hair ;<.e. 41
can be 1' :
is ... .
starring Dorothy and Mop will attend Medical : \:"
and Mayme and I enjoyed it im Meharry
mensely. Dudley She plays the organ with College in Nashville Teen are: styled beautifully.
a beat that is killer and her
Buford Gibson Jr. of
of the entire Sara SALLIIJ COLLINS Technician
Highlight program
hubby !is as smooth as silk on sota and Miss
Betty Jo Johnsonof
Regina Jollivette, the KLMY11A E. PANNIN, Prop.
was day, July 6, there will be an Dade City.DON'T '.
top honor student who had the the trumpet Starting Thurs- Modernistic
entire audience at her command.She amateur show along with the Beauty Salon

is a wonderful young lady. regular stage show at the Capitol 826 N.W. 3rd Ave. STANLEY SWEETING
My only regret Is that her father Theatre. Three cash prizes COST THEY PAY

could not see her capture will be awarded and all conteSt MIAMI TIMES ADS FR 4.9944 nays
these All .of the studentswho
honors. testants must sign up with M.C. "I Can Do Anything"
spoke were excellent, and Phil Harris at the King 0'

all participants, were perfection Hearts any weekend night. No Typing Letter
Itself. Anyway, it's all over now, one under the age of' 18 will be Writing
and all of the parents are beam permitted to participate. L. News Writing Advertising
ing with happiness. To all of the L. Green of Bonded Collection Central Life Insurance Co. of florida Income Tax Notary' Public

seniors who graduated from all Agency has a new deal on apart Public Relations
of the high schools congratulations
ments for rent which Is fantastic. ANNOUNCES Promotions
ladles and gentlemen.PRETTY Employment
Call him at OX 6-2467 at the

RL Liberty City office, and I'll bet Distributionor
<) the Week you will move from where you New Combination any kind of
Geraldine Simmons (VIP waitress are to one of those apartmentshe HospitalAnd
) Pretty Boy of The tells you about. Public Service
Week: Robert Seldon Man
about Town: Chef Belcher Home Policy SWEETING LAMAR
Policeinan'of the Week s Victor IF YOU NEED some pictures
Butler Doctor of the Week: for ''weddings, family shots, babies and associates

Howard Hadley. or what have you, call met ..Hospital Benefits up to $15 per day 1128 NW 3rd Ave.
\ the Miami Times or PL
(1.1982.. I have thought of FR 9-4961
OUR CONDOLENCES to open .,Home Benefits
to $20 week
'ng a business, and if up per
your (Modern Theatre Dldg.)
Jesse Nash who lost his mother.He needs
warrant it, I just might.
is in Albany, Ga. attendingthe Pictures made by appointment -
funeral Success Is ours. anytime.
The Par and Birdie Club of Mi

ami held its monthly tourney at HEAR TELL that Mr*. Viva SPECIAL AMBULANCE, MATERNITY AND
the Spring last Sunday, where
S. Coleman, wife of our Doctor
our 'president, Al Mitchell took MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL BENEFITS
of the Week last week (Dr. H.
first place, Ernest
Hayes placed
E. Coleman of Opa Locka) will
second and yours truly came In .
direct two school
l leave today to
third. In the women's
Mayme walked off with first lunch workshops at Hampton Agents and Branches Statewide
Junior College in Ocala. Classes
place and Grace Maxwell took
begin June 19 and continue thru
second. Among the probationary July 15. Mrs. Rosemarie Anderson Contact one of our Agents or Branch Offices
members, Sonny Ambrlster
and teacher at B. T. Washing
Clyde Young had to Statewide for Additional
play a sud ton and Mrs. Mary Wright, cafeteria Information
den death
playoff for first. It
at will
manager BTW par
was a tough one because they .
tied the first hole and had to .

play another. Clyde won with a
screaming hook to the green anda

par 4, leaving Sonny in second. STRAIGHTEN
There was a sudden death .play 1

Charlie off for Peterson third place and McVicar between ATE YOUR HAIRat i

Coleman. Coleman won, and all uVtagteftl'

in all everyone had a wonderfultime. hlCOWle HOME In one quick,
The trophies were presented
at the course. Q EASY APPLICATIONYou

I'M ALWAYS rroachinjj about } /r. 4 MASTER BEDROOMS TILE BATHS can have soft, natural.
Negroes not sticking together or \\it. looking. straight hair the safe.easy .
doing anything together. apolo SILKY STRATE way. Do

gize for that statement I r it yourself at home and lave

was wrong. I have found that -.... a -- NO MONEY DOWN time and money. The eaay-to-
there !is one thing that they will ', follow directions assure profess
do together tho hilly Gully! sional-like results. Your hair
While taking to "The Glass" t zz::::_, ; LG- NO CLOSING COSTS stays straight for months .

last Sunday night, about 16 ; i lets you comb, dress or style

Cubans came into the Knight \ ONYOURLOT your hair any way you wish..
Beat and upset the place. They will not go back even when wet.

put on a whole show. It was _
something wonderful. But let FOR WOMEN and Children i Gentle/

me tell you I have never j' Strength for long,fins heir

heard a woman sing like Marie FOR lUNa Regular Strength for short,
Knight She was dynamite. I am coarte IIalr.MONIYBACK.
; sure that Lulu Reed will upset n

you equally as well. Lulu is a i
:. real pro who knows how to move

r v
.r Rev. P. S. Brown pastor PAYMENTSwhen

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Morning worship ................ 11:00: magic finance plan
Evening worship .............M
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Bible School June 2Q through THE ( MODEL

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America .and MRA Can Lead the World

Between The Lines. .
Black "
---8y GORDON HANCOCK for ANP white from the southern state THE MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI,
demonstrated an 7
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_":;J.--.J.cl"'W..J'L..l--- w..J'--> Ideology which answers racial JUNE 17. 1961

SCUTTLING OUR SHIP" OF STATE division. Speaking World at the Assembly MoralReArmament ,

they joined with personalitea of

History 1* replete with stories film and the theater world

of captains, In emergencies, ordering press education, science and Industry 1
*their ships scuttled, rath 1 In paying tribute to Dr.
er than have them fall Into the Frank Buchman the Initiator of (
hands of the enemy. Ships of MRA as the man who has
state can also be scuttled. There "pioneered America's true des-

are times when scuttling Is more tiny In the world."
dangerous than the guns of the Al Kuettner United Press In.ternatlonal's 1 )
for Lr I.
enemy. correspondent 1

Our great nation Is (beset to the southern states, said, "As a
day not only by Russia, an 1m- white southerner I am deeply s

,placcable '.foe, but by the segregationists sorry for what we have done ,to
who .'Would rathersee the Negroea. As an American
our ship of state sunk, segregated feel a deep conviction of sin that
than to see It afloat we have yet not found a solutionto

ubder freedom's flag., The anti- the racial division which Is.
is to once Ideological
freedom rioters, the Supreme being used as a major
more the attention of the nation world. Commun
Court hecklers, the refined and weapon by
and the world to the solemn In America Is
unrefined race haters and the ism. The weakness
Congressional obstructionists' iwlll fact that other Negroes have a that we have no Ideology. With e a
stake in what is happening and lead the world In
sooner or later scuttle our one we can ;t
about what happens. "
of state. the right direction.
Already they have defamedthe The survival of the nation, no Albert Dethune, grandson of

name of our country the less l than the full citizenship of I Mary McLeod Bethune, founderof
worM over, and today we have the Negro Is at stake. If our the National Council of Ne

few or no friends among the ship of. state Is scuttled and our gro Women, said that the MRA
nations' Were it not for our financial nation .become a satrapy. of Russia film "The Crowning Experi
hand-out, It would be Just what will happen to the ences" was America's true voiceto
difficult to Imagine a nation Negro's aspirations Is a matterof the world. He said "I am

more despised and hated. grave question.It dedicated to bringing, MRA to
'Here.'we are a nation of fabu- behooves us then to look America that she can give It to :: I

lous wealth and opportunity, for danger not alone from communism the world." ....
antl-tree- -
fighting for survival. Just a few but from the Distinguished educator, .LIr. _
years ago the name United dom rioters, the Supreme Court : Blair Buck, who has been credit \ _

States //was a name that was hecklers, the refined and unre- ed with saving the State of Vir :
magic In Its appeal to the na fined Negro haters and the Con ginia from going the way of J

tions of the .earth.Today gressional obstructionists.They Little Rock, described his 52 \
are all playing the same years'of friendship with Dr. _

that .name Is spurred game that will have ultimately Buchman, saying, "Anyone who
except In Instances where a financial the same tragic sequel and thatIs knows Prank Buchman Is privi
handout Is possible or the scuttling of our ship of leged." His wife who was presi

pending. Communism minus the state. Ours Is a great nation dent of the General Federationof
handout is threatening to sweep built In sweat and tears and Women's. Clubs and who had

the earth. How are we to explain blood.It Just returned from Bradll, des- :

the dubious place we hold would; be a pity for Its destruction cribed how MRA was rolling i

among the nation? \ to be classified as an back the tide of Communismthere. : ., .
Why Is Russia, minus a ,fabulous "Inside Job." Sight must not be .
handout threatening' to lost of the fact that the tacticsof Hollywood 'actor Lloyd Nolan
with the show Why currently demonstrateIng '
run away the Old South are said that MRA was
are we here In the United States playing the Russian's game. Russia that films could be used to
fighting for our very Ute In a would be poorly advised to show not Just the problem but

way Russia Is nottThe make war for what the Old the answer. "I say thank you
.to be-found In ultimately hand to using our
./ answer Is South will Frank Buchman tor
race prejudice which finds the her on a platter. medium" .1
and the nation Its abet-
South In particular The Old South
in general so hospitable to definitely scuttling the .
Us genius for.internal strife and tors ship are of state by their stubborn Trip to Nassau

wickedness.Race attempts to head off the Negro

prejudice to its logical In his struggle for full citizen Prize WinnerThe

best conclusion can
prize sponsored
being pictured i full for trip to Nassau
the horrible has Chi
The Negro Alpha Gamma
in Old by the
Elchmann trial but the
in the citizenship, Miss Jennie oJ
full the Sorority, was won by
Jerusalem. Not! Scuttling Elemen-
to South says Roberta of Bethune
of what of Itate.Composes.
The story tinder Hitter ship tary School.
..thev)European Jews
henchmen terminatedwith
surrounded by such Gospel The affair was
history s spacious
Elchmann, is a barbecue at the
-as sadutlc, of Mrs.
,sorrowful most and beautiful home
most Song
most s 1 c k e n- Douglas McKinnon.
moat sordlr, of 818
it U mankind'srnostahorridr Alexan1: er Seymour
lag s tor.most y; horrible,. most NW 10th St., recently composed The sorora of Alpha Gamma ch .I

most horrifying, another gospel song which a Chi wish to. thank those. _____j4 persons 4 K I. .
fcerrendous and most hellish number of local critics say who contributed towaruIUD q
moats heinous Itself.The be a suc
m.ann.Ana I should do very well for affair and caused .
dU pi ay-of';human "I Have have better luck
could be committed. ''by song Is entitled cess. May you J .
that it' beyond copies are being I time.
Jt'master-race" is Happiness, and the next ,
so called the Imagination. sold locally at 318 NW 10th I IFSIE tVF :

done unto the Institute I
What has been St.A graduate of Tuskegee :
be done unto others studied OFINSURANCE
Jews will and Mr. Seymour also ALL FORMS I
when the time and conjunction.That 'place harmony In music in New YorkCity' "' arrG/I "t J.v'
circumstances are lie has also written

there is a and,bard decency core of in and. schools.published several other well For everyone We specialize !in ;Sf'Jt P/qIIrrvt, 4f.

righteousness in no way obviatesthe songs, many of which are assigned risks, with small down &fjaM'N Id fri I /! .,
this country of these sordid known in the Miami area. than payment. Financing arranged. 'ill 1dN&f .:.::,
possibility Mr. Seymour spent more 768 ';
happeningsher*. York City, but A.tman Insurance Agency lPr'/I'r ;
*Therewas-a'',hard core of the 36 years now to live in Miami and NW 3rd St.. FR 12421. :
Germany plans
,and decent In of his own '
righteous but' these horrifying things do general publishing / $chenlegt'

justtthe, \ same. Th1lcommunication compositions
happened SOIENUY,'A...iRtsNo CAL,. .
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Horse lovers get your friends ceive special rates privileges and
i iF together and go horseback riding considerations. Groups of six or 1
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"LIFE IS TOO SHORT to be Jacksonville on June 24.

Little." Often we allow our- OF ANOTHERFAMILY
selves to be upset by small THE'v COLLEGE SET Is withus
things we should despise and for again( and how wonderful
get. Perhaps someone we help. they look.. Some of these young
ed has proved ungrateful : sters have- already found employment CLINIC
someone we believed to be a Some will attend the
friend has spoken ill of us University of Miami. Others will

some reward we thought we de just be around on the summer Off to the 25th annual con 7509 N.W. 22nd Ave. PL 9.8651
served has been denied us. We scene having a delightful time. ference of the National Assocl
feel such disappointments jso Among this set you will see ation of Student Councils being Other Location:.
strongly that we can no l longer Betty McQuay Tlchmond Black- held at Northwest Classen High
work or sleep. But Isn't that ab- shear Benjamin Heldt Edward
June 18-
School Oklahoma City 905
N.W. 2nd Ave. FR 9.5769
surd? Here we are on earth with Blocker Charles Mitchell Byron
22, is this young lady.
only a few ,more decades to live Mitchell, Robert Young
and we lose many irreplaceablehours Henry Young Oscar J. Edwards President-elect Jacqueline The- Two Convenient' Locations

brooding over grievances Smith Joan Russell, Phyllis Pet dora Williams will represent Director: Dr. Emanuel Orfas
that In a year's time will be Jr., Jacquelyn Croumel Emma Booker T. Washington with ap
forgotten by us and by every erson Lillian Merchant, Delores proximately 700 other high Associate Dr. M. Radin
body. No let us devote our life Peterson and Betty L. Johnson. school students. These studentr
to worthwhile actions and feel s will represent _high _schools! from Convenient morning and evening hours
ings to great thoughts real affections all over the United States and
and enduring undertak I several. foreign countries.
June 8 the time when
ings. For life is too short to be
little." Northwestern took time out to Some of Jackie's other activities -! :
say "special _thanks" to, other include membership In the It .... c ---
'members of their staff. Warm Girl Cduncelors Marching Band
ACROSS HE NATION PTA'aare words of praise and appreciationwere and Student Athletic Associa SPECIAL ATTRACTION! !
up In arms about excesses expressed by students and tion. She is the daughter of Mrs
after In sampling of
proms. a faculty alike in a manner that Elizabeth Williams Bethune and
47,000 groups the National Con will long be remembered in the the late J. T. (Key West) Wi!
gress found that only a fraction lives of the honorees LUTHER (tams THE STEREOS
of communities sanction
all-night parties. National President
Mrs. Karla Parker said
CLEO MOORE. Each received Earl Hammock, June 22.
that "more and more young I inscribed plaques.EVERYONE The the
newest swingingest
people( are staying out after ,
prams with serious results. Bad Greetings.
car accidents experimentingwith Is looking forward Johnson June 14; Bertha Singing group in the countryAT
and of the season Mack Mary Holts June 16;
sex drinking would to having a last
never happen if the youngsters evening of fun at Gleaners Soc- Margaret Reynolds Robin Mon-
weren't under the stimulation of 'I ial and Civic Club 15th annual cur, Blooming Portlock Willie THE
graduation." Eventually this complimentary dance next Fri Nlchouson: Dean Thomas June
problem will be resolved by lo day evening at Municipal Audi 17; Keva Elaine Carey, June 19;
cal school systems with the cooperation torium. President CLYDE CUR. June Manning, Thelma Wilson
of parents and stu RY and members have Interest- June 20; Bernice Kemp, June Ml I CLUB BOWLING
dents. Together something will ing plans underway for their 21; Ora Lee Hay wood, Lewis
be worked out which will ,pro- guests. Barnes Kathleen Day June 22.

tect sudents from situations over
which they do not have com SPEAKING OP last of the THOUGHT FOR TIlE WEEK:
plete control and yet give them season, parties The Rlukeydlnks If you have an idea, use it,
the fun of a celebration.MRS. did just that out at Bannister's whether it is perfected or not FRI.-SAT.-SUN.
Guest House last Saturday even because in using it you will finda .
BERNICE I E. WARREN, provide way to make, it work.
Ing. A three pleca croup
of Tltusvllle has retired after ed the music for 125 guests who JUNE 16, 17, 18 .
having taught 25 years. Duringthe dined and danced until near
last week of school many dawn "Bern' Johnson and John '
former students community organizations Callaway ,saw to it that everybody
and citizens paid h.d a part in the program TRADEYOUR
homage to her In a round of of activities. It was great fun. HOME OR LOTon
goodwill gestures. Andrew J, Moving around from room to
Glbpon School the school at room I saw three handsome men
which she rounded out her career from Nassau. They were ULRICH A brand new luxury home 1 1 ,

honored her with a "Thisis FOX LIVINGSTON MONROEand See them Sunday 2-6 p.m. 1
Your Life" program narratedby GEORGE BAIN. There too i

a fellow-worker, Mrs. Dorothy were Mrs. GERTRUDE CAMP- 1260 N.W. 55th St. 1 1
Hampton. On hand to take i bell of Jasper Fla., the Bill I
part in the celebration were I Dingles: the Wilbur Ellisons 1437 N.W. 56th St I

members of Mrs. Warren's family the Thomas Coopers the Bain of 839 N.W. 56th St.
who .)live in Opa Locka. They Delray Beach Lillle Pearl Dor-
were the Thompsons and Mr?. sett Claude Cato, Ernest 3-bedroom, 2 baths NOW WIDE-WIDTH
Victoria Rogers. Mrs. Roy Knowles Frank Smith Paul
Brown her cousin attended the Cato, Kitty Prltchett a part of Garage, Florida room
affair also. the Crosby clan Minerva
Now that the University of Jacquelyn and Caleb. Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592
Miami has opened its doors to
everyone who Is qualified to attend
many of their classes will RUTH GREENFIELD and her \\ EEE" Widths
have on their rolls local famallar fine group at the Fine Arts Con :
faces. servatory will be continuing the
fun of learning this at \X\ \
To Indiana University have summer ...._ Sizes
gone Mr. and Mrs. Theodore the school's Adventure in the $50 cash, $25 a week. Rent 5.12
Arts," a big 7.week program designed and buy at the time.
flue and their young son Ri same '
cardo. Richard Dunn son :of :Mr. for children. It seems to 2-bedroom with porch and Colors II
be a blessing to have such
and Mrs J. W. Dunn, has en a Black Regular 1
school. Not does It large
only bring
rolled at IU tor the summer and WhiteTail
out the cultural side of the child $3.99
will: remain there for the winter
session. Mr. J. W. Dunn has but It also aids in keeping him or 1101 N.W. 55th Street Strnw Material Value
completed work in the Junior her from becoming bored with

college at Florida Normal at St. the long summer months. The $60.90 cash payments, less
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Augustine. He is majoring in religious .
than rent. Buys 2 bedroom
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W. FRANCIS will have left for ANNIVERSARY corner lot 75 x 100.
A,' FAMU Mrs. CARRIE LOU Greetings. Mr. and Mrs. James
t ARNOLD will be joined by her Hicks Mr. and Mrs. N. Dames with income k SPECIALSTE
sister Mrs. SADIE L. GIBSON Mr. and Mrs. James E. People

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i Punta Gorda on an Educational Johnson June 19; Mr. and Mrs.L. $3,491'nlue
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,!'1!;" Rev B. M. Thomas, pastorPfiyllis tRev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor.

>> Myers, reporter 'Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter

f Morning Service . ., lit 00 Sunday School 9:30:

Sunday School . .J. 9:30 Morning worship 11:00

Sunday morning Rev. Stephens Sunday, June 18, will be an

I I delivered: the message. His -leI'- unusual day for church actlvl.tle.eglnnlng

I'I'i .mon was "The Lord Prays For with the Sunday

.. t You" I School at 9:30: a.m., Mrs. Mar
Sunday night we were happy garet Reynolds Supt. At 11 a.m.
i, l1mf to )hear our'pastor ,deliver a few our minister will deliver 'a special

V words to us. Father's Day sermon, "The
Covenant of God." Music by the
The tea that was sponsoredby male chorus. Hear them.
the Deaconesses and the1 Sun

\ I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa day School was a big success. The sacrament of baptism will

Everyone enjoyed themselvesvery be administered to five young
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Locka ,much. They wish to thank people who were converted last

I Rev., W. 3.''Macon. .pastor everyone who helped to make Sunday. At the close. of the reg-
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1961 Mrs. Sara E. McRae, 'See') the tea a success. ular' 'service stewardess board

Next Is Father's No.2, Mrs. Juanita,
Youth day wa's observed all Sunday ;Day, Mackey,
but at our church it is also' Dea- chairman, will present in a: brief
day Sunday and this fourth
on cons' This is the which program of music the Southland
Day. day
; NEW PROVIDENCE Father's Day-:- A anniversary of the youth day ob the deacons have been long Singers.

Our Men's Day program will Twofold AspectOn servance really was the 'most awaiting for. For a period of

be held Sunday. The men are outstanding one witnessed at the time they have been competing The Men's Day committee,
June 18 Father's Day will church. The choir under the dl-
looking forward to a great suc- among themselves to see who Leroy Brown, general chairman;
take twofold aspect at the Mt. section of Miss Corinne Stokes
a ,
with Lawrence chairman
inspiring Henry
cess a very pro could raise the most money forth ;
gram. To all of our friends and Zion Baptist! Church as we will sang as they never ,.sang before. benefit of the church. 'We Wllie Scott, chairman of the
also celebrate iMen's Day. This and the ushers, under the direction
visitors, come and join with us, hope that they have a wonderfulday steering committee invites the
I promises to (be a '''Colorful event of Mrs. Willie M. Bagley
I to help them make this a great Sunday. general public to Virginia Beachto
day. We are expecting you. I with many attractions. really did themselves proud. an old fashion chicken dinner,

Rev. C. J. Burney pastor 'As a main feature Dr. Wil a small donation of $1.00, Sun
Claudia Wilson reporter liam L. Dean, -professor of speechat Jt would seem that Mrs. 'Mc- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE day afternoon.The .
the University 'of Miami will Coy and Mrs. Hardy must 'have
be the main speaker He comes spent hours !planning such an Christian 'Science Society, NW the evening service choir
PRESBYTERIAN Miami holds its services
to us with a wealth of information outstanding program.The every No. 2 will render music.'
Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
6895 N.W 14th Ave. based on his many rich ex- ,
under the
whole day was Washington School. Testimonial
Rev. W. F. He has to his credit
Savoy, pastor perlences,
leadership of the young people meetings are held month
Sunday School . . 9:30: teaching experiences at some of a FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST
from the devotion on throughthe the last Wednesday in each
Morning service . . 11:00: the leading universities, among service. Johnnie Mae month at 8 p.m. indi Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor

Evening service . . 7:00: them are Ohio State, Purdue Speight of New ''Bethel, was the Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter

Wed. night study . 8:15: and the University of Maryland.He I Sunday School ... ... 9:30
speaker of the morning and as Incarnation' .... .......
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m is a veteran ot World WarII she spoke from the subject Morning worship ................ 11:00

Last Sunday we had a fine observance and has traveled extensively. "Youth, The Hope of The Summer Program Evening service .................... 7:00:
You owe It to yourself to hear BTU . .
of Children's World the congregation was . . 5:30:
Day. Je this great man. The Church of the Incarnation
rome Johnson and George Joy of held spellbound by the elopuenceof will conduct Its fourth annual

the confirmation class pleased I The program is under the her speech.At summer program 'at the church:

the congregation, as they answered sponsorship of the Laymen's service, we from Monday, June 19 through SEE THE SOUTH'S
the evening
questions from the League of the Mt. Zion Baptist
pastor on were further 'entertained by a Friday, July 16. LEADING COLORED
the Christian faith. The Junior Church of which Alexander
studentswho There will be Bible Study,
panel of return college PSYCHIC 'READER
choir sang and three persons Brooks is president, and has as
most discussion book, handicraft, music
led a inspiring prayer
were baptized.
The children 'Co.chalrman. Asa Hunter and
sented an entertaining evening pre William Beckham. These young on Religion, Education sports, games, dancing and field -CONSULT HER-
Economics. It trips.
Homemaking .,
program. men have worked diligently to
acclaimed 'thatwe
This week the pastor has been make this program! a success was should unanimously have this sort of, dis Registration fee is $1.00 per
attending the Synod conferenceat and one that you will enjoy. cussion more often.
Lakeland. "The entire church looks for' Mason stated that more important from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The
This Sunday Is :a big day for ward to Dr. Dean's coming witha than raising money 'we wantto ehurch is located at 1835 NW
the men. Ed Reeves Is chairmanof ; 54th St.Church.
great deal of
anticipation. direct our youth in the I right
the program for the day. Such intercultural efforts as paths to better, men and womenas

The pastor Is delighted by the these are bound to enrich the our youth are the hope of the of The Open Door
fact that the congregation. is '
areas of "
t understanding said world.
: taking a more active 'part in 'I the Rev. Edward T. Graham (Congregational)
I Rev. H. C. McDowell
both the morning and evening minister of the pastor
church when
services. This Is one example of spoke with him this morning., we NEW 'BETHEL BAPTIST A. E. McNael, reporter
our showing that this is the Let her year* of experience, guide
people's church. Come to Mt. Zion all day Sun- IS71 N. W. BSth Terrace Our first group of girls who and protect you throughout life

day, June 18 and bring your Rev. Ernest Williams "pastor attended camp at Avon Park ss a lighthouse guide the ships In

friends. ')eaoon :Fred Williams, reporter ,will return home this week. Girls I a storm. For succes* In businessand

BAHA'I FAITH Luvenla Knox P. D. Officer Sunday flchool . . ., 9>BO attending were Berry Elliot, love.DON'T .

Allen Perlman of Palm Island. Morning worship . lltOO Wllsonla Brown, Linda Adams STAY IN THE RUT. GET
Miami Beach, will conduct the MT. HERMON A. M.. E. Evening Service . . '7:01: and Audrey Smith. Another OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
third In a aeries of discussions group will be going in a few
School . 9:30
based on the book Sunday The junior choir will render weeks.

For Living," at the"Prescription Baha'i Cen Morning Worship . 11:00 the music on Sunday. There will I Members and friends are making Office Hours:

ter, 137 N Wllth ave., 8 Evening ,Worship . 7:00 be a sale at Slater Sears' homeon plans: to attend the mammothPot 9 ..m. 9 p.m.
Sunday, June 18. The theme for. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Saturday, 1726 NW 69th Luck Supper honoring our Thurs. 9 s.m. to
this session Terr and one at the church's pastor and his wife this Salur- 7
will be: "Is Preju Well, Sunday, June 25 is al. p.m.
dice a Habit?" most here. This date has been kitchen. Bro. Burroughs is in day ,night at' 6 ,o'clock. DAILYSunday

The puollc is invited. Phone set aside for the dedication and charge. j { The Circle No.1, Mrs. F.

secretary, FR 1-5420, for fur. cornerstone laying of the Mt. The public is invited to all of Crowder president, and the :

ther information about this meet. Hermon AME Church. The ,pas our cervices. Couples Club, Mr. and Mr.8.Ira 10, a.m. 3 p.m.READING '
Inf. tor and congregation are ,,inviting Blossom, presidents are :
planning for a real Faonily
all their friends and 'well
Dedication of Night of eats and fun.
wishers to come to the dedica game
Daily Vacation tion. The dedlcatorlal sermon Greater It's a must that the members' .00 UP
St. Mark
attend. Rev. and Mr. McDowell
Bible School will be delivered by Presiding
at Elder Rev F. A. Allen of the Sunday School :. . '9:30 will be ,expecting you as this is 23 Years Experience

Mt. Olivette North Miami District and min Morning worship . 11:00 our small way of, saying, thank

Later of the local area ,'will BTU . . . . 6:00: you to them for the wonderful ,MADAMHUNTER
Dally Vacation. Bible School, tlcipate in the formal par. Evening worship . . 7:30 work they hare done in ''the two
under the direction of Mrs. I. C. ceremonies. Prayer meeting and all years they have been here.

Mlcklns, will 'begin at the Mt. The program, which will be auxiliaries, . . Tues. Every Sunday morning at 9:45:
Olivette Baptist Church, 1460 steered by the pioneers ot the there are classes for men, wo 16S7 N.W. 73rd ST.

NW First Couht, June 19 and church has promised to be a Sunday, June 11, marked the men and children in our Sun. MIAMI, FLA.

continue through June 30. The unique one. There will also be day set aside for dedicating the day school. Morning services. Don't Write .Call In Person
sessions will begin at 9:00: and refreshments In abundance for new building: of Greater St. start at 11 am.

last until 11 am. dally Monday everyone. All pastors and con Mark, 1455 NW 63rd St.

through Friday. gregatlons are invited to be with Our national president, Rev.P. .
us on this great event. I carried out the
D. Brantley
The theme In each departmentwill Not a Palm Reader
The pastor is asking that ceremony and delivered a time, Not a Fortune Teller
be: Nursery-"Learning of members of Mt. Hermon do not Not
God's Love And Care"; Beginners forget those members who arc ly sermon Beauty.employing" His choir"Strengthand Rootman Not God Either.. But
: -Primary"Helping' "Jesus in God'sWorld" Our sick and unable to attend ser spirited anthems arranged by director JUST A GOD SENT MAN
; Mrs. P. Lynch. Our hon Rev. Shepherd
Best Friend": Junior Bogaetora
1 Inter' ored guest, Dean David Dobbs of
For Jesus Every Day"; ST. PAUL A. M. E. : Do
; mediate "Discovering What County Junior College yea hue a problem?
; gave most elegant greetings r& '*" N, Business
Rev. M. Bad
God is Like. J. Fayson, pastor r? Jfaniage
minding us that this institute of
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter t'VUllng( Can't win the
Each session will be opened : !Sunday! School . . .9:30: higher learning belongs to us, or woman mans
r with a well planned devotion' the community. you love, Been
Morning Worship . 11:00: 6
and will close with a character Evening Worship . . 7:00: Music from this institutionwas Crossed, Need Money,
r, story on the lesson for the day' offered by 'William 'Spicer Everything
I by Rev. I. C. Mlcklns. Sunday was the close of our who sang gloriously, accompanied Going Wrong?

+ !!' In addition. to the devotion and 3rd quarterly conference. Presiding by Mrs. J.. Clark. Health Bad? Can't Satisfy

: Bible studies all children will be Elder Allen preached out We are very grateful to all four husband
4 ;1: able to engage In other activities of his soul. His subject, "WhatIs our members the churches, bnsl 1 or Wife?

Ii '{' such as drawing, painting, God Doing Now?" Taken from I ness men and distinguished citizens Want a New Home or Car?

,', music, metal leather and wood Mark 9th chapted and 12th verse. of Miami and West Palm

crafts, sewing, carpentry, and The joint stewardesses boards of Beach who helped to make our -
::;' < other creative activities.All St. Paul will celebrate their an' entire program a success.
I i children of the community nual'' fathers day tea Sunday, SEE ME TODAYNever

between the ages of 3 and 17 are June 18 at the church and they HOLY REDEEMERMasses before
$,', ,Invited to attend. invite you to be their guest. Miami have In the historyof
Mrs. Alice Hodges Sunday We are happy to see some of : people been many
helped this
"",'" School teacher in the Beginners our sick members up and out Sunday ...............-_. 7 It 10 a.m. by

'f department, will serve as principal i again. The missionaries visitedthe Dally ......_.....-._.__.._.. 8 ajxu great wonder man.

:.,?J of the Bible School. Mrs. mental hospital on last Sun- BaptismBy It
,'. Mamie Thompson, Sunday day carrying lots of clothes for appointment' r nothing to

:, I School teacher in the primary the sick. Please feel free to worship Novena Services come in and talk .

or.;. department, will serve as assistant with us at any time. Wednesday night ??._ 7:30 jxxn.
principal. Miss Maria Taylor Convert Instructions by appointment
gill serve as secretary, and b27 N.W. yth :St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138
.Miss Carlony Poltier will serve For any information call PL
as pianist. JOIN 9-2369.

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CHALK UP NEW Dorsey High School Glass

Men's Day JOB GAINS of 1951, held its reunion pro because of the whites' shameful
gram on June 9 at the North. treatment of the Negro the
Another year has elapsed and CLEVELAND Ohio The western High School auditorium. PHIL OSSOFER blacks and browns will turn
thusly, Sunday June 25 has NAAGP'a nationwide "Brother- Miss Jereline Blacknell was the Our next move is to guarantee -
been designated at New Hopeas hood in Action" project which speaker representing the class. SAYS: the Negro his first-class citizenship .
Men's Dtoy.Deacon enlistes Miss Lohtttlean Smith a .1961 rights. When that bap-
FR ministers in the drive
u_ .____ ._ for equal job opportunities is graduate of Northwestern was I Rod. ,Proves they're color-'blindl! ;
with scholar Red will
presented a MOO pens; propaganda cease
making swift headway. in Cleveland ship for the Dade County Junior I see. where the Supreme Court to be read.
College. has handed down a decision forcing

,A group of 13 clergy leaders The reunion party was held the th& American Communist
Party to register as a foreign
divided into teams of two and same evening at the Hampton UUTEDPLANS
agent. This decision could, and
three inesses, have confronted local ''bus House should break the back of that .HERIODIC \
Industries with the
v party. In answer to the party's
4 question of hiring more Negroes.As Orchard Bridge ClubThe general .secretary Gus Hall, who INVE.'ME IV \
a result some 15 major said that his group would ignore
companies have agreed either to Orchard Bridge Club was the ruling Atty. General Rob
hire Negroes for the first timeor organized March 1 at the homeof ert Kennedy "read the riot act"to \
to Increase the number of Mr. ,and Mrs. Julius Smith, the Reds and warned them to offer you investment unit
bf 4 M".f their employees beyond a tokenfew 1580 NW 64th st. The club adhere to the aw. If strictly en in multiples of $2,500 with j
d according to, a ,report sub meets every Wednesday from I force, this should mean the Investments as low u I I II
# mltted by the ministers to Harold 1 to 6 p.m. end of the Communist party;
B. Williams, Cleveland .iChib personnel are: Mesdames openly at least, in America. $125 Initially...
NAACP executive Julius Smith, president David < I
secretary. ; The day of this Supreme Court $25 PerlodlMliy
Julia, vice; J. A. Summons, sec: waftingthe
Companies visited Included order Is a red-letter day,
retary; John Barkley assistant; of You Invest
redolence of the perfume in
Sears and Roebuck, Lawson Milk Bernard Ballou, treasurer; United AccumulativeFund
A Co., Shaw Jewelry Society Na- Charles democracy. Caught red-handed
Higgs, instructor; William
the Red is seeing red! The red- Shares
tional Dank, Pepsi Cola, East Gibson, business
which has hampered J. Edgar a diversified, continuously
Ohio Gas Co., and the Cleveland Edward Bogie, chairman of Sun. tape mutual fund with
Hoover in his courageous managed
Auto Club.
shine Committee Pembrook D.
battle against these "Masters ofDeceit" investments In over
in Action'' I Dean, parliamentarian; W. C.
"Brotherhood has been cut
f'\ ....i Cogdell, honorary member. 100 American
defeated the redcoats In
project is a year-round program We
Henry Lee Jefferson initiated by the NAACP under the Revolutionary War, and now Corporations
Sr., has been selected as chairman .supervion of ,the Rev. Edward Slaying Suspect we can beat the Red devils of *n of this year's Men's Day Odom church secretary. Confer Pleads communism in their so-called for:"..rroipMtui; without **U M presentation. He has done an ences arranged by ministerial GuiltyRubin proletariat revolution. THIS AOVIITII1MINT I
excellent: job so far as programming teams with representatives of in The Supreme Court has dealt WADDELL & REID, INC |
is concerned to make this dustry is but one phase of the Perry, 225 NW 20th two great blows against Com-
the best Men's Day New Hope total project, according to Rev. Monday pleaded guilty to munism. The other blow was the
has ever had.Extensive Odom. Related activity includes second degree murder in the May 17, 1967 decision against Box 1120
preparation, characterizes local ipb clinics, career guidanceand fatal shooting of William Miles segregation/ As soon as we act CORAL GABLES: FLA.
the effort being put employment research studies during an argument over mon out, this decision, the' Reds will HAUfABOEESf. -
forth by the men in order to .. ey April 6. reap a greater defeat a defeat I IService
make sure that this event wi 1 Cleveland pastors Involved In Perry BAld the shooting which throughout the entire non-white CITY
be one of the most enjoyed yet. the recent negotiations with lo I took place in front of a bar at world. The Commies think that,
450 NW 8th St., wall In self-
Chairman Jefferson extends a cal firms Included the Revs. : TZL
the Jacobs A. Henson, defense. Circuit Judge J. Fritz I
personal Invitation to public Donald 0. t"Ll'I' il U'11
to come and worship with the Milton E. WiUon George T. Gordon ordered a pro-sentence I
members of New Hope Sunday Sims, A. L. Puller, Robert Kelly, investigation of Perry. I
25. Richard Andrews, Isaiah Pogue, R' Calls *l-5<>
Morning .service will begin at Jr., J. C. Coles, Luther Hill Woman Struck
11:00. There will also be an afternoon Wade H. McKinney and M. C.
program at 3 o'clock. Southerland. By AutoA ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS PARTS

The evening worship will beginat I 60-year-old women, Maude
7 o'clock the climaxing program Brannon of 551 NW 7th St., was LARRY'S T.V. I
for the day. Rev. J. E. August 13. The Rev. Hubert in critical condition at Jackson I.
Brown is pastor.TEMPLE I. Ferguson was elected chairman, Memorial Hospital after being WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
and Chaa. Ambrose, vice chair hit
by a car Sunday night.
BAPTIST man. She was struck as she crossed ,
--- NW 32nd ave. near 51st St. Sell Used TVs on Credit
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor MT. AARON BAPTIST Freddie Rolle, 38 of 3162 NW
Sunday School 9:30 55th St. was charged with careless 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.8024 I
Morning worship 11:00 6340 N.W. lath Avt
BTU &:30 Rev. C. W. Scutt pastor driving. I Elll1111Iellll.lllll.llrllll.llllliJIJ ilr
Evening worship 7:00 Dea. Earl Golden, clerk ---.---------------------------- ------- ----- - - - .

Sunday School: ........................ 9:3C:
Services for Children's Day Morning Worship ................ 11:01
were very Inspiring. Those in BTU ......................N..NN.N..NI..i, 8:0( For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
charge during the morning were Evening Worship ,... ......_... '7:00:
Prlscllla Duncanson Dwight Praper meeting I ufjday .... 8:00:
Thompson, Mose Harris and
Claudette Gibson. In the evening Church of Transfiguration BONDED
Lenora Campbell led the service ,
and Mae Dawn Rahming, a recent (Episcopal)
graduate of Dooker T. 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. _
Washington High School, gave Ven. John E. CUlmeP :-
an inspiring message. priest In r&arjto
The men are preparing to givea Stanley Sweating, reporter COLLECTION:
account of themselves. onFather's Services every Sunday
good Day. The number two Morning Worhip ..............._.. 9:30: I
during the morning Sunday School ..._............ 10:30
choir will sing
and the male chorus at 7p.m. --- "N t bad
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Enroll Your Child Now :

Nassau The Strachan will appear Singers in concert from "Adventure in the Art*" I ,

Sunday at 8:15 p.m. Their rep Fine Art ConservatoryCarver

classic ertoire consists.spiritual of classics and popular semi- ( YMCA) The largest collection and rental

numbers.concerts This sponsored group participatedin In Miamiby June 17 August 1 agency in the South; operating in /

the International Musical Association
more than 20 years .Music Dance Art Dade and Broward Counties' 7 -
years ago, and is still going _
strong. The public la Invited.
Saturday evening the men met Negro Housing areas -
Advertise It !II
and organized for Men' Day, Pays L. L. BROOKS Prtaldont




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Good Business Christ ChurchThe
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1961 sad but loving }memory of .
the late, Income founder of this church Is
-- Elder Preston Bassey. Miss Lena
;,." CEfS guest house and cot- West, secretary
CARDSMEMORIALSExpression '. 'iI.If tage. Most with house
; < suitable for The Lord has me to do this
f'l'" keeping, alo duty to help, all nations. Please
r... I ,,f p ow": ",I doctor Commercial zoning send your children to this Bible
". "ftr Sohool. There's no fee. It 1s a
of ThanksThe CARD OF THANKSWe Po ,
$7,500 Down pleasure to be with children. I
> clearly understand why childrenare
family of the late, the family of the late, 418 N.W. 5th St. mischievous. Because they

MRS. OLIVE R. POITIER I II DOCK WOODED ,r .. FR 3-6758 don't understand the word of
wishes I to express .Its sincere I wish to express our sincere God. Any nationalities may come
thanks and deep appreciation to thanks and appreciation to the i b to my .school at all times. It is
its friends and neighbors for many neighbors and friends who 1/ for your good because the Lord
their numerous expressions of were so very kind during our 9 a9 Home For Sale knows what we need, that's why
sympathy during its recent be hour of bereavement. Special' OPEN He sent me. Please send your
reavement. thanks to the Range Funeral CBS. All children to Bible School. The
Home also Thanksfor Lovely
Rev. Mizell
Thanks for your cards, flowers address la 6857 NW 16th Ave.
telegrams, calls, cars donated your cards, letters, tele tile, glass enclosed bath. and the corner of 68th Terr.
and all other kind of ges grams, flowers and all other Hardwood floors, like new.

tures of sympathy. kind Johnnie gestures Wooden of sympathy., son Tile roof, all aluminum 11111111111111.1..O.UU.NU........,.........

Special thanks to the Francis. Ella Wooden, awnings. 20 :x 13 Fla., room, Five new homes to'
Funeral Home, and to the pastor daughter.in.law six closets, 7 x 17 utility
Elder C. B. Rock and members
of Bethany Seventh Day J ly room, large 8x8 outdoor choose from
Adventist Church. Again, thanksto IN MEMORIAM CBS child's play house, can
,, .. '
+nx -A ;i]
for everything. v < am.
everyone I be used for added storage. Liberty City
The Poitier Family ; .
Big outdoor bar-b-q grill,
1It..l4'11 who 12
( passed away on June ,
CARD OF THANKS :. 1956. fireplace and storage, five o

:f Sleep on dear one and take Fruit trees on large beauti-
''J The wife of the late your rest. We love you but God fully landscaped lot. FHA. I. GORDON
THOMAS ANDERSON Loves you best. You were a won Small down
wishes to express her thanks and derful husband and father. payment. MO 5-6870
appreciation to all the friends, Mrs. Caroline Ward, wife Terms to Suit
neighbors and relatives who Mrs. Naomi Symonette, indf

were so, kind to her during herhdurs.'t 1h daughter. 2910. NW 67th. St. ...............................................
\ ,bereavement. Special'thank's Ralph Symonette, son la-law! t__r. 'H r.R .. .,- .. '"o
to Rev.. L. A. Thompsonand f 4 Ralph Symonette and
members of Temple Baptist z Maxine Hawkins,

Church, also the Allen Funeral grandchildren TV and Radio RepairSALES
Home. ,Mrs. Arlean Anderson, wife t. 4 IN MEMORIAMIn AND EXCHANGEALL
Brothers and sifters .
z. loving memory of our dear GUARANTEED
CARD OF THANKSThe husband, father and grandfath
4 \ er, Home Service Calls $1.50
family of the late, '* ,. WILLIAM SAUNDERSwho "
MRS. MAEBELL LITTLESwho ",,, ,;,, /' 'f..-';.,' departed this life June 14, KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE $
died June 3, wishes to <"; >> 1960. JOE SCOTT
thank Rev. J. W. Stepherson and He is gone but not forgottenTo
e. Authorized Factory TV Repair
,__ .
members of Antioch Baptist /W!> ")I that heavenly home above

Church as well as all other MRS. CORA MONROEwho Some sweet day we long to meet 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381WE
friends and neighbors for the passed away June 17, 1960 him
cards, telegrams, floral pieces The reasons hidden ,somewhereIn And share in his infinite ,love
and the many other gestures of the pattern God has plannedWe God knows how much we miss
sympathy shown them in their ,must beieve and trust Him you
hour of grief. Thanks also to And some day we'll understandWe Never shall your memory fade.
The House of Albert for loyal love you mother dear Loving thoughts shall always LOAN MONEY !
and efficient service. But God loves you best. wanderTo
Mrs. Debbie Oliff, daughterAnd Louise Whitehead, daughter the, spot where you were laid. ON FIRST!AND SECOND MORTGAGES
Family George Monroe, husband Mrs. Annie Saunders, wife
George Monroe Jr., aon Mrs. Mary Van Dyke, Dght. HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
Sarah Johnson, mother Mrs. Annie Sweeting, Dght.
CARD OF THANKSWe And Family Raymond and Henry Free Inspection Reasonable Costs
Saunders, sons
the family of the late Grand and great grandChildren And Interest Fast and Efficient Service
wish to thank our many friendsfor Key West, Pit. ABC MORTGAGE CO. FR 1-1493
their kindnesses during our memory of my darling
hours of :bereavement, words mother, 703
Seybold Bldg. Evening Phone UN 6.6886
cannot express our appreciation, MRS. EVA M. YOUNG
especially to those who sent who passed away June 17, 1953 Home For Sale
flower, telegrams and cards of I often sit and think of you, ..
condolences, many thanks to my And then of how you died Central air condition and ---

pastor Rev. Savoy and the To think you could not say heat. Awnings, kitchen fur-

Francis Funeral Home. goodbye niture, rugs. $500 down. BAfflEY CUT-RATE STOREThe
Mrs. Nettie Smith and Before you closed your eyes
Family The blow was hard, the shock Near Manor Park Pool
severer Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

CARD OF THANKS never near,thought your death so 1048 N.W. 49th St. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
PL 8-0696
The family of the late Out only those who lost can tell Tweed Cologne '2.00 Strl.Dex Medicated .us
The pain of parting without fare-
MRS. MARY BLAKELYwish well. Countess Maritza New Yodorn Cream 1.08
to express their sincere Toilet Water :;:.00
thanks and appreciation given Sadly missed by your daugh Noxzema Lotion .57
ter. Deep Magic, Skin
their hour of be-
them during Artra Skin Cream .05
Mrs. Daisy Y. Reid, OondltlonerBleach ..00.TO
I friends reavement.and Many neighbors thanks for to cards our, Youngstown! Ohio FOR SALEOpen and Glow Jergens Lotion ..lHl.'rt'IIm

phone calls of sympathy and (with 1 Tree Deodorant)

flowers. Special thanks to Bala's IN MEMORIAMIn Sun. 1 to 5 The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
Funeral Home, Rev. L. R. Ross p.m.
and members of Bethel Baptist sad but loving memory of LARGE DUPLEX HOUSE OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Church, Mrs. Chisholm and her ,our dear husband and father, 1937 NW 51st Terr. JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
class at F. C. Martin School for ,,
the telegram. ,4 Live in one side, rent other

Many thanks to all of you. side for income. In very
The Family '" good location. Stove and refrigerator -


amily of the late SUMMER IS HERE
MRS. ALICE HUNTER Exceptional 1-bedroom CBS

wish to express their deepest appreciation I house. Small down payment JOIN A CLUB:
and thanks to the
many friends and neighbors for 1758 NW 59th St. 0 Make Money in Your Spare Time!

all the kindnesses shown duringits Go on Beach Parties, Picnics and

hours of bereavement. Thanksfor 4r Have Holiday Dances .
your cards, telegrams: and .
flowers. Special thanks to the .,. .,. WE ALSO HAVE 2 ADDRESSES:
staff of Ward No 2 of Jackson ; HOUSES TO RENT 1616 N.W. 55th TERRACE
Memorial Hospital, the pastor
and members of New Mt. Zion ,2721-A N.W. 41st STREET !

Baptist Church of Florida City, FOR INFORMATION CALL !
;,.. BE SAFE NOT SORRY OX 1-4505
and the staff of Francis Funeral \ .
+ Home for their splendid services. \ ,\I' We can finance your auto
Again, thanks to everyone for ( I' mobile liability insuranceon WANTEDMen
k: :
everything.The small Interested in
; ; monthly payments Part-time Paper Routes
Family .
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'".. who passed away April 16, 1959. 1616 N.W. 55th TerraceOX
,, PERCY RITCHIE May he rest in peace and may
who departed this life June 16, light perpetual shine upon him. Estate & Insurance 1-4505

1968. Mrs. Emsy Miller, wife .
\ 1,, In our sorrow we will always Mrs. Emerald Miller Harper, 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
remember our beloved father. daughter AVAILABLE
*" love but William Miller Jr., son OX 1-0380
,Although we you GOOD CHURCH ORGANIST CALL OX 1-4505
Jesus loves you bast. Miss Babe Miller, daughter
Dloneva Ritchie Family MLss Rene Miller, daughter -


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PS I REtt L DISBASI House of Albert Savannah Final rites, Ga.were He is tfffsfducted,,sufvjted} by In
n s nee '
his wife, Selena. *
rl awd Classified

;,= .. .. I & .. Den Ryals of 2041 NW 163rd
St., died June 11 at his rest
dence. He is survived by his
College Students Teatherd HousewivesNEEB wife, Mrs. Lydia ,Ryals and three BURR DEAL BEAUTY SALON!
I sisters, Mesdames Mattle Hardin, Come in and get good style and
Willie Sloan and Hanna Miller. tight curia.
$ $ VA Aft t0N f MO N EY* 4 4 Services were conducted from 6830 N.W. 18th Aye.
New Bethel Baptist Church of Jun24
Opa Locka Thursday Final rites
Help Wanted

In your community.I 40't%> commission. Earn 93.00 an hour Vincent MCCall! of 5040 SW ATTENTION! Sub contractorsfrom
18th St., West Hollywood, died ground to root. Please in
working part time. For information cail 1i n. harris FK June 11 at the home of his quire 9201 NW 27th are. to
daughter, Mrs. Nina Bethell. I give estimate. Statewide build
1-0407 or NA 13840. Jnn24 Other survivors Include his.,wife, ers. See Mrs Watkins or. Mr.
Ethel, three daughters, Mesdames Virgin. Jull
Mattle Gray, Lizzie Jus

tice and Annie Branham; two IF YOU CAN LIMBO 6 or 7
sons, FelHe and Oscar, six grandchildren Inches call NE 6-6228.' Don
16 great t grandchildren Strachan. Job waiting. Big con-
and a brother, George. Serviceswere tract.
"I HAVE HAPPINESS"A held Thursday in Mt. Cal
vary Baptist Church.
new appealing Gospel Song by Alexander Seymour FOR RENT

Price 25 cents a copy Harvey Baker of 6025 NW 24thct. Mrs. Cox of 1680 NW

(make payments by orders) died June 13. lie is survived 58th St., died June 12. Services APARTMENT Two bedrooms,
money by. his widow, Katie Mae, father, will be conducted Monday at 3 4190 NW 32nd aye Jnd(
Singers of Gospel Songs may get copies from their Jim, two sisters. Funeral ser. p.m. InSt.. Agnec Episcopal

agents or order direct from the publisher vices will ge held in the chapel Church She is .survived by a FURNISHED tfleleDC)". F r e"..egas
Postage all orders Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. P. W. daughter, Mrs. Marva Hollings- water and electricity.,, 4190
on Williams, officiating. Ire will lie worth, a cousin, Herman Rolle, NW 32nd ave. '.}Indf
,ALEXANDER SEYMOUR in repose in the chapel from 12 and friend, Rock Robinson. Mm HBMM

-318-NrW1UthStreet.Mianu,36Sla..... 'noon' Monday,.' Friends may call at the funeral FURNISHED ROOM;: with.cook
Junl7 home after 1 p.m. Sunday; ing facilities 1988 NW 57tfr St.
Albert Lee Lampklns who resided Phone NE 3.6203.UNFURNJSJIED .
!! at 1826 NW 66th St., died Fred Longley of 1265 NW
June 12. His survivors include 68th St., apt. 1 died June 12. HOUSE, NE
his widow, Corlne, mother, two Services will be conducted Tues 4-66GO
sons, a sister and others. Ar day at 10:30: a.m. in St. Agnes
rangements are incomplete. Church. He is survived by his HOME bedroom, 1 bath. $18
wife, Louise, two daughters, per week. OX 18371.
BUILDING FOR SALE Floyd Turner of 6226 SW 66th Mrs. Viola Griffith and Miss i

Terr., S. Miami, died in Jackson Ruby Longley, two sons James LOWEST RENT !in town. 1 and
Hospital June 11. Arrangementsare and Esa, granddaughter, four 2 bedroom Apt*. Adults only. |7
incomplete. great granddaughters and a sister week and up. 3200 NW 47th at.Indf.
OR LEASE Mrs. Jane Sanders. Friends
Robert M. HIggs of 100 NW may call at the funeral home
12th St. was sent to New Smyrna after 1 p.m. Monday. APARTMENT. One bedroom,
June 11 for final rites. 4190 NW 32nd ave Indf
17 rooms including equipped laboratory. Charlie J. Daniel of 425 NW ,Mrs. Daisy D. Avery, age 68, FURNISHED APT. 2 bedroom
13th St. was funerallzed from died Monday, June 12. Mrs. duplex. Adults, will take a small
wired for X Waitingroom the chapel at 2 p.m. June 13. He Avery was born In Talbotton, Ga. baby. Also furnished! 1 bedroomapt.
Completely -Ray. was sent to Sebrlng. IHs survivors and was the widow of Rev. A. G. MU 1-0325, PI4 1-1764, 729
Include his widow, Merline, Avery, presiding eder of the NW B6th Terr.
receptionist's room deal for medi three children, mother, Mrs. No- Mllledgevllle District, Ga. Mrs.
la B. Daniels, a brother, James, Avery had been a resident In the ROOM new home. Respectable
four sisters Mesdames Flora city of Miami for 36 years. couple. PL 1-7718.
cal, professinal, or office use. Parking Howard and Earline Robinson, She leaves behind three
Lottie C. and Ora Lee Daniels. daughters, Mrs. Julia 0. Smithof 2-BEDROOM HOUSE. 1068 NW
Detroit: Mrs. Daisy Newton 63rd St. Hot and cold water.
facilities. Corner lot, excellent location. Mrs. Roxle Evans of 800 NW and Mrs. Frances Taylor of Mi See novo N. F. Clark, 1552 NW

3rd ave. was sent to Bartow ami. Six grandchildren, Mrs. 68th St.
June 10 at 8:20: p.m. where services Barbara A. Moore, Detroit,
15036 N. W. 22nd Ave.Opa were conducted. She Is sur James A. Newton Edward Newton FURNISHED ROOM Quiet home
! vived by her husband, Lee, a Raymond Newton, Joanne couple, phone NE 4-3656, 3230
daughter Mrs. Roberta Lawson, Newton and Eloise Taylor of Miami NW 46th St.

four sons, Jimmie Lee, George, a great brandchlld, David
Locka, Florida Dudley and Carl, a sister, two C. Moore of Detroit, two sisters, NI3IIED HOUSE. For (Information
two brothers. Mrs. Laura Chaney, Atlanta and come "to 1857 NW
Mrs. Bessie Burts, San Diego, 68th Street
---- bertha sint II._ .Awaov oleo leaves' hfl*
: Mrs. Staley died In St&l. i4fO. 1&J
the home of her daughter, Mrs.L. hind a host of friends and other ONE OR TWO rooms. Couple or
B. Kirk, 301 NW 13th St. on relatives to mourn her. small family to share home. NE
Supreme Realty FR 4-8135 June 7. Other survivors are Mes- The body Funeral will lie !I"Home repose from at 4.2828, 2986 NW 46th St.
dames Corrine Jones and Alice the Range
Bass daughters 1 p.m. Friday June 17. Serviceswill APARTMENTS at 1323 NW
a son, Willie D.
: Robinson, three sUters, three be held at Trinity CME G8th Terrace.
brothers. Services were conducted Church, 4th St. and 5th Ave. at
I June 16 in Mt. Carmel Bap 10 a.m. June 18. Interment In NICE 2-ROOM furnished apt.
i-: -
tilt Church Evergreen.. for couple. Semi-kitchen and
bath, 1226 NW 66th St. NE

See These/ BEAUTIfUL HOMESALL Range Southern U. Grad 36167.
Daniel Poole, son of Mrs. ROOM with cooking privileges.
Alfred Harper Sarah Williams of 15840 NW $10 week. OX 62421.
Jr., of 2958
OPEN FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY NW 4th St., died June 7 at his 18th court, Opa Locka, returnedto
2 TILL 6 P.M. residence. A native of Albany this city recently from Southrn BEAUTIFUL furnished room,
Oa., he came to Miami in 1963He University in Baton Rouge, private entrance. Wall to wall
La. Also he has accepted a 2nd private bath, big closet.
N.W. 49th Street is survived by a son, Leroy carpet,
11J5 and a sister, Mrs. Katie Hayes Lt. reserve commission in the 1859 NW 69th St. Rear, after 12
Manor Park Pool area, near school, bus and jitney Services were held from the Army where he plans to further noon Saturday.
Best northwest location. CBS, hardwood floors, air chapel. his. studies His parents and
with other relaatlves -
Brands, along FOIl HUNT OH BALE
conditioned. Florida room. Beautiful garden and Ponder attended the graduation 3-BEDROOMS. 2 baths Florida
Mrs. Martha of 6009
patio, trees, shrubs, large carporte and front porch. SW 18th St., West Hollywood, ceremonies. room. 2035 NW 68th Terr. MO.
Low down payments, good terms. Only 1 mortgage.See died June 8. She Is survived by relatives He Is welcomed and friends.homo by his 5-6870

it sister, Mrs. Mary Jordon. Ser
now. WANT ONE PERSON to share 1-
vices were conducted ThursdayIn
NEW N.W. AREA the Apostolic Church. FOR SALEA bedroom apt. Call at 6823A NW
BUS. Suitable for church
7605 N.W. 11th Ave. Open 2.6 p.m. Dock Banks of 15801 NW 17th lodge or organization, also piano
place Opa Locka died June 11 and other church furnishings. HAS 2 stores, onea
CBS home on large corner lot, near everything. 79th at his residence. lie U survived Call OX 17666. complete We-Wash-It Laundryand

St. bus to Beach. One FHA mortgage, only $67.95per by his wife Hattle four sons, one vacant for any business,
month. Low down payment. See this beautiful Andrew, Thomas, Tony and Gary, SINGER POWER machine. $36 6401 NW 7th ave. Coleman, PL
two daughters, Oertla and Lo- OX 62421. 31437.

home now. rettia, four brothers, Annlas, ___ ..........-. .-.!". ,..__......"""' ...... .Y. .-.::; -<::-c--<::::>;",=::' o ..... ....... ""'- ......'.;.;.'... ...:..1Io
George Hurrie and Ned WllAon
1331 N.W. 51st Terr. Open 2.6 p.m. and four sisters, Mesdames Viola PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND

Completely furnished CBS home. Only $450 down. Scrapp, Essie Banks, Willie
Glllens and Lue Ella Jackson LUNCHEONETTE
One mortgage. Best buy today. Get this now.
Mr. Banks II now In repose at
that have the funeral home. Final rites 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874
For our complete list of nice homes we
will be
conducted In Leesburg,
for sale in all new northwest areas call Harry Dennynow. Ga. Drug Store Bar-B"Que

PL 74544.
Rev. George F. Ponder, form HpP'IAJlzln.r In prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch
of Ebenezer Methodist patent medicine< and sundries ai.J dinner. Old Hickory I1ar-
er pastor
Action Realty Inc. Church died June 10. Rev. Ponder Open daily 6:30 a.m. 12 p.m beetle from 5 p.m.

who resided at 935 NW Frl., Bat. to 1:30 a.m. Open Frl. ft Bat to 3:30, ., .III.
64th St., was a native of Sjl- '" '
253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-4544 vania, Ga., and lived here since Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
1950. Services were held from "
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS of Gilbert the officers s6utherrfr'Star and members Lodge Henry The American Bethel-, ,Post Legion'No., William 2SI of

No. 625 'FA AM are requested
-- -0< .. you June Richmond Height, is Btlll! 'urging
to be1 out on Tuesday,
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI 20 at a' special meeting of ,importance -' all veterans to ,join them in
FLORIDA I Alpha Kappa Alpha ;' ,by order' of Worshipful making their community a
I strong one. Join now we are
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 17,- 1961 Scholarship Master Leonard Rudolph Bethel, secretary Bradley waiting. There's' a lotin store

-' RecipientEach for you.
The Post also has affairs on
Registration For Saturday night on the corner of
t Summer Program at DUNBAR ELEMENTARYToday year Gamma Zeta Omega
Polk St. and Perry Drive. Barbecue
Orchard Villa is the last day of the chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Camp Murrell is on sale along with ,a
19.60.61 school year. It has ,beenan Sorority awards a scholarshipfor free whist game. Go out and
Beginning June 19 and extending extremely busy year in all 'college study to an outstanding Tuesday June 20 la the date take your friends and have a
throughout July 28 the Orchard areas. We have been able young lady graduate of one ,
to locate : for advance registrations for good time. All members are ask
Villa School will of. problems, find partial solu, of our local high schools. Camp Murrell, the Murrell YWCA ed to attend their meetings.! For
Since the number of senior
Summer Recreation Pro- tions and
fer a provide a better basis further information contaot
Day Camp. Registration will be
high school is rapidly increasingin
free of charge to all children for the 1961.62
gram program. We Joseph Steward, post 'comman
taken at,Bethany Academy, the
6.17 years of age. The program wish to thank our parents, patrons Dade County, Gamma Zeta der, CE 5-1466 at 14660 Flltnore;
camp site, 5001 NW 25th ave.,
Omega chooses the school by al
will offer wide of
a range community Hanna Cfi
resource from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. St. or Edward Jr.,
activities from story telling on people and County school spec- phabetical order. "Camp Murrell" 1* for all girls 5-1283, 14780 Tyler St., Murray
ETV to arts and crafts and ath- ialists for the assistance and This year we were proud to and ''boys, age 8.14 years. The James Jr., CE 5-0956, 14380
letic events. Also to be includedin encouragement that they all award the scholarship to' Regina Carver Drive. indff
coat is
$ two-week
per session
the program will be inter gave us in helping us to become JoMlvette! the 1961 valedictor
tor members (Teens and
area competition in athletic better teachers. ian of Northwestern High. Sheis )
events such as softball. The program the daughter of Mrs. Franc ..&.8.76 per two-week session for
will operate Monday thru Last Saturday, our Annual Jolllvette. non-members (and those who Join NAACP Today
and Staff Picnic scheduled in
Faculty were summer program last
Friday from 8:30: a.m. until 4pm been
Miss Jolllvette has very
: for Beach
Virginia was enjoyed year.)
under the direction of four
outstanding in scholarship
qualified instructors from the in our own cafeteria to extra-curricula activities while a The program is varied, including Membership Drive
the accompaniment of rain swimming, crafts, sing
Dade County public school system student at Northwestern.. She
Frank Cannon, physical education showers! has received-- numerous awardsfor ing, dramatics, folk dancing, Ends June 26
films, story hour and other ex
instructor at Orchard
Our faculty and staff will outstanding achievements as
Villa will serve as area chair spend the summer, for the greater a .student and community work citing things,

man. part, in resting, reading and er. For all children in the Dixie
preparing for the next school Gamma Zeta Omega's initial Park area, there will be a pickup .
Summer School rear Mr. Allgood will be study. scholarship Is $200. A $100 at 8:30 a.m. each morning. .
ing at FAMU where Mrs. Hall scholarship is then awarded for For further information, call
Academic ProgramAcademic and Mrs. Hence will continue a period of three years, if the Mrs. Carolyn B. McDonald,
work toward advanced degrees; I scholastic average is maintained. YWCA FR 72571.Cinderella .
Summer School for Mrs. Roslyn Bethel will matric- Miss Jolllvette plans to attend
grades 9 through 12 will be ulate at Boston University for an Howard University in Washington
held at Northwestern Senior advanced degree in physical education D.C., and will enter the pre Goes w
High School, 7007 NW 12th Mr. Kirns will continue medical course. ##
ave.The work at New York University Gamma Zeta Omega hopes that To FoxylandThe
Academic Summer Program 'hen go to the Pacific West this scholarship will help her to
is for students who need Coast to visit with relatives. achieve her goal.EXPERT George Washington Car
strengthening' to assure their Harl Finley, a brand new Alpha ver YMCA will be the site in
normal progress. Advanced subjects Phi Alpha Frater will be in New which the currently popular
will be offered to students York City this summer follow- WATCH AND "Cinderella ,Goes to Foxyland"
who wish to enrich their pro 'Ing his other vocation of music. CLOCK REPAIRS will be performed tomorrow
gram. Registration will be held Rychard Cook will return to the night (Saturday, June 17.) STRAIGHTENYOUR
at the respective schools on June University of Denver to pursue Andrews' Jewelers According to Mrs. mora M.

15. studies in library (science. This 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. Pearsall, ,principal, Don Sin.-
Tuition is $12 per semester summer his mother and aunt, All work guaranteed chan originator, and the Theater HAIRat
credit if he I La repeating the sub Mrs. Annie Cook and Mrs. Lot Guild of Orchard Villa Elementary
ject. The cost for advanced' work tie C. Williams, both of Fernan- 40 Years In BuslneM School, are pleased to HOME in one quick
Is $18 per semester credit. dlna Beach, will also study at FR 30152 present this popular poratlc .
Summer school begins June Denver U. Mrs. Town will con- play for the many individuate EASY APPLICATION
19 and ends July 28. Each ap tinue study and vacation when who were unable to see It dur
plicant for summer school must she spends the summer in St. u ing its .earlier performance at You can have natural-looking
have the registration blank Augstlne as she plans on takingone Seven Week of the school. straight hair the safe, easy
properly signed by the principalof course at Florida Normal. SILKY STRATE way. Do it
his regular school, and his Miss Franklin leaves_ tonightfor "Adventure in The Arts" The 'opera will be presented as yourself home and save time
parents, and must bring it with Aberdeen, Miss., to stay with a benefit for the program department and money. The easy-to-follow
him at the time he registers. No her mother who is slowly recuperating Beginning June 17 of the Carver Branch directions assure professional
student will be registered with. from a stroke suffered Saturday, June 17 at YMCA at like results. Your hair
out this form properly filled in Mrs. willKO Fine 8 .
18 months ago. Bryant Arts ConservatoryCarver p.m.All straight and easyto- for
and manage
signed. to New York to sister Mrs persons deslrious of eeelng
a ,
( YMCA months. will not back
Along with the academic pro Fjllen' Bowerman, who is ailing, this entertaining activity are I go
gram there will be a full time then to Attleboro, Mass to visit Call urged to purchase their tickets even when wet.
OX 6-0231
recreation program and the following with nephew, Willie Johnson. or early at one of the following establishments FOR MEN Regular Strength for short
leisure time program: : Carver YMCA, coarse hair.
Industrial arts, music, band, Mrs. Anne Smith will go to FR 4-7053 J&J Drugs, Community
library, homemaking and art. Niagara Falls and Nassau in order r: and Mack's Cleaners. g'l FOR WOMEN. for and Children: GntlGtrangUt .
long,fine haIr
All of the student living in to recuperate from the high ... .
the Liberty City area are en- school graduation activities of
couraged to take part in the son, Jimmy. s"-
above activity.Recreation. Congratulations to Jackie'
Williams, former Dunbar pupils,
who leaves today for Oklahoma a IST ATB
ProgramAt City and the national convene
tion of the Presidents of Student
Evans SchoolThere Councils. jl1iU.S*

will be a summer recreation Bragg Turner will serve as
program at the Lillie C. nimmer school principal here for
Evans Elementary School, 1895 the Leisure Time program Remember
NW 76th st. Registration will registration is Monday
begin on June 19. morning, June 19 at 8:30.:
The program will run for six
weeks, ending on July 28. All r ..... MO1OR
children who have completed the
first grade or above are invited Operation Clean up MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
to attend. There will be many In every package
Interesting activities planned for Collection of rubbish and refuse -

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A. Pogue, chairman, Ethel ten and side walks in
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Youngsters will meet at the Message of ThanksMrs.
News YMCA, 6770 NW. 16th ave., at
8:30: ajm. daily for transportation Mary C. Wright, wife of
ByWalter to the swimming pool.
Samuel D. Wright wishes to
Rowe ALWAYS RACE !Adults interested In enrolling thank all who have been so kind
ti in a swim class are requestedto \after her
TOWARDS SHORE auto accident. Prayers,
contact the YMCA office OX
The CWH Fire 1 Department; NOT AWAY FROM IT. ,6-0231, regarding the schedule good wishes cards and flowers
will meet Monday night, June for adults.TEENAGE. were gratefully and humbly ac-
19, 8130.t All members are ask LEARN TO SWIM: WELL. '
ed to be ,present and on time. MEETING AND. cepted.

SOCIAL The Holy Redeemer Church,
:broward' County graduates 1 co-workers of BTW High School
from Northwestern Senior High J Teenagers who are members Lunch Dept., Friendship Garden
School this week aret! Robert -v or who wish to join will participate and Civic Club and all friends
Myers and Sandra Xnow 8. Hal- wholesome recreation who are too numerous to men
landale; Louis Strachan. Samuel at the YMCA each Wednesdayat tlon were exceptionally kind.
Clark Robert Hardy, Wyomiris rd'j! 7:30: p.m. The members of The staff at Christian la surely
Glover:! West Hollywood. "' '' the Trl-Hl'Y Club for girls and among the beat our county af
: lfi-Y Club for boys will meet fords.
Attacks high School gradual NEVER' DON'T ATTEMPT A RESCUE regularly through the summer.
are! Emory Allen vaiadic Their program will consist of Again many, many thanks to
torlafa: Ruth Dullard, salutatOr- SWIM UNLESS worship,- club meeting and socIal all.
Ian; Hdnor students are Har- ALONE SWIMMER, SKILLED IN UfE-SAVING. activities and fellowship.
rlette Collins Joe Singleton, There-'will; be special events In
Ethel Taltbn, Malachi Beneby' I their schedule also. ST. MARK'S'BAPTIST
Youngsters ar enjoying leisure cook-outs.
Willie Jones. RUble Washington
801 N.W. 82nd St.
time activities
at the YMCAdaily
Curtis Male James >arville, Parents are urgently' request
SWIMMING DEaNS i Smith pastor
Rev. Joseph
Marian Jenkins, Marjorie Ward, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in ed to contact the YMCA regard
Marver Tayldr, Hubert Wells, the Summer Camp Program. Swimming lessons begin Mon : ing program activities for their Sunday School . I 9:30):,
George Hadley Ruthena Shaw, Activities for boys and girls day and continue throughout the youngsters during the summer Morning worship ... 10:00:
Melva Taylor George Cumlber- consist of crafts,. storytelling summer. Both Day Campers and months. BTU . . . 6-00:
batch Douglas Dorsett Albert group singing athletics, worship boys and girls who are not en. Preaching . . . .1:30:
Cooper Alphonso Cooper. and many new, exciting rolled In .the Day Camp pro
Other have the All are cordially Invited to our
games. activities will con gram' will opportunityto Drive Carefully
slat of field trips, hikes 'and take swimming lessons 'services. .
Mr. and James I. Cumber-
batch of Hallandale, attendedthe
commencement exercises at
Florida A&M University where,

their ated. daughter Their son,Octeon George, gradu gradu :

ated last week from Attucks

High.Miss Mary Anette Johnson ATTENTION I' : TENANTSBONDED

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bus-
tics V. Johnson and Bruce Al-
ray, son of Jacob Hall, will be
married Sunday June 18, 8
a.m. at Wesley Methodist Church,
Nassau, Bahamas. Following the
ceremony a breakfast will be AGENCY Inc.
given at the home of Mr. and COLLECTION
Mrs. B. Archer In Chlppingbam. ..

All pastors, members and <
choirs are invited to attend the

second:denoralnatioanl aniversary Ministerial of the Inter-Alliance Announces Another FIRST in' Service for Tenants

: of Hollywood Monday
night, June 19 at Gethsemane
Baptist Church. Each choir is requested
to take an active part
In this program. The speaker is
Elder David Butler, district
overseer of the Apostolic Churchof A FREE EmploymentAgency
Jesus of tho East Coast.

Rev. C. Knight, president;
Rev. C. S. Ratcllffe secretary.

Six members of the Charity ,
Ladles Club visited South Brow-
ard Hospital on June 3. Mrs. '
Susie Daniels Oble Coffee, An
nle B. Jackson Lull Bell Williams
Clara Johnson, S. J. New
ton entertained a group of 80
patients. Games dancing and a
tasty luncheon were enjoyed.
Volunteer workers are urgently
needed for social services at this
Institution. Anyone Interested in
donating service or usable clean
clothing is urged to do so. Anyone -
of the above listed ladles
JUon.shall gladly accept your dona Exclusive for Bonded's Tenants

This summer recreation pro
gram will begin at Carver
Ranches Elementary School and BONDED'S MAIN OFFICE AT
Recreation Park on June 20, ,
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and will continue until July 26.
During that period we are offer-
Ing games of sports and arts
and crafts and also there will be

week use of the Monday library Tuesday three days and a 4752 N.W. 7th Avenue"AND

Wednesday from 8 to .4

Registration will begin on
June 19 at 8 o'clock. There will REGISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT
be a fee of $1.00 per family, If
having more than four per family
; 25 cents per child if less
than four.Parents. HHBHHHH MPMMKHBB W **"

are invited to take

part facilities.The in activities. and the library You will receive Bonded's Trained Service in

names of the teachers are

Clifford Claude kins. Counts Jackson and Pearl Alfred Maloney Watt helping you find the best job available. This


TAXES TROUBLE Service is FREE and exclusive to the Tenants

Talk With

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: THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Personal Mention r -t--1.

, PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1961 Mrs. Clarence Thompson, the
t l:V former' Mrs Hay Wilson left
this city on Friday for her homeIn
Waynesvllle, N.C. after an
extended visit here with her sister n
\ f the former- Mrs. Clarence _
McMlllon, now Mrs. Dora Mae
R Foster of 334 NW'llth St., apt
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