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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Vol. 43, No. 26 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1966 16 PAGES 15;




LUMen, 5 Women Arrested in Million $. Robbery Ring



Police have cracked a robbery ring that stole a
i
.. :!:o, million dollars worth of goods in Dade and Drawer

.(. .. counties last year.
"
,' .. r<" Four months of intensive investigation resultedin
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:
'' .. 15 men and four women beingarrested and bound over

.. .. aa tMiami .' { for Criminal Court trials.

"...""'.,.',''.''';';,'.. ',.,. ...... ". ..,.. cT Sheriff's deputies said most of those arrested

...";," .'. ... ., ', 'j'. 11- ; : stole to support drug habits, buying heroine and marijuana I

"" ;IIIIJ from a Liberty City man they believe to be the
,' '
.'. 'I" key to the operation.More .
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a than $50,000 of the of the suspects had heroin- (
merchandise has been recovered habits which cost $100 or more .. I
'- by police who said the a day. The 20 were turned
"
,. gang worked in teams of threeor over late Thursday to Peace
Justice Bernard Berman for
; \ .. more.
n r' Ernest Nelson 48, of 801 preliminary hearing.In 'j
NW 60th St., was arrested as addition to Nelson '
he alighted from a plane from bound over to Criminal Court. 1

\ "P'!) New York at Miami Interna- on charges of grand larceny, t
I tional Airport. Police said receiving and concealing stolen
... ,
II
t ,..... hey found heroin in his pos- property and possession,
'. t., .. session. of narcotics were:

.. W'DIr' Joe Kershawto Federal narcotics agents Maynor Hall 50, 2261 NW t
joined police and deputies in 73rd St.; Dorothy Mae Wil
.,,1 Run For seizing Nelson. Hams 28, 467 NW Eighth St.;
S His arrest is expected to Charlie Mae Williams 45, 467
lead to an investigation of he- NW Eighth St.; James Townsend f.

: Gets First FiremanDistrict House ofRepresentatives roin outlets in New York, 31. 467 NW Eighth St.:
Negro Chicago and other northern Anita Gordon 25, 2040 NW ..
cities they said. Third Ave. f.

Fire Chief M. E. Harrison congratulates Miami's first Negro fireman, The arrests have been Theodore Kent 27, 2040

Willie Waters, 29, of 747 NW 57th St. The native of Sandersville, Ga. is a B.T.W. made quietly since Novem- NW Third Ave.Nathaniel; Jeff '
ber as one suspect in turn 34, 776 NW 65th St.; Calvin
graduate and has just completed his year's probationary period. Waters is married
J. Lang "Joe" Kershaw implicated another police Mills 27. 20930 NW 34th Ave.;
and the father of two girls, Iris 4, and Sandra 2, and a son Kevin, 3. House of teacher at Carver High School said.A Ernest Nelson 48. 801 NW 60

Photography photo. and formerly track coach at girl arrested by MiamiDetectlv'e .St. William James Brooks,
Booker T. Washington, is a Sgt. Joseph Murray 32, 1421 NW 51st Ter.; William -
provided tips that touched off ) Turner 22, no address;
candidate for the House of
the said Charlie Neal 62, 652 NW 13thSt.
Investigation Detective
Pro Golfers Threaten Walkout in Representatives from District Sgt. John Weaver. .
4. Kershaw is a graduate of 6960
34
Murray and Weaver worked Stanley Troy, NW
Booker T. Washington High. with Sheriffs Detectives R. J., Sixth Ave.; lonalddJackson. .
and Florida A&M University. Rein and E. C. Pizzano.. 21, 1592 NW '43rd St.; Robert*
North South Golf Tournament At present he is serving as .Police said,most ,of.Dade dE. Pressner 37, 611 NW 13th'St.
chairman of Chmstian Hospital and Broward's lareg stores .; George N. Rolle, 45, 571

Visiting pro golfers hereto ,. trustee board. He lives at and shopping centers were NW 13th St.; Ruby Bennett
Play( in the 13th Annual ar{ Ih'' i a.. 2539 NW 46th St. with his hit. Items as large as televi- 26, 3230 NW 45th St.; Herbert ,
North.South Golf Tournamenthave wife and 17-year-old son. He sion sets and washing ma- Lee Lampkln 44, 227 NW 55thSt.
threatened to boycottthe is the oldest son of Mrs. 1. I. chines were taken from warehouses ., Earl Robinson. 47. 2294
big sporting event unless Lang of Tallahassee and the they said. NW 58th Ter.; and Mae Joyce
local tournament officials late Dr. A. J. Kershaw. Officers said that nearly all Clark 17, no address. t
,
come up with more prize mo-

ney.Prizes totaling $3.000 .. -2 : More Principals Lose SchoolsTwo 11

with $800 top money has been I- ..
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offered by tournament director -
Richard Gardener, but the t more Negro princi- mentary 1020 NW 7th Ave., All good, assistant principalfor '
pros want an additional $2,000in pals have lost their schoolsin may be closed next year. It curriculum at Miami Beach
the kitty.As A the latest school board reshuffle was established in 1914 and High, has been promoted to
of personnel.With the structure was built in secondary school principal
late as Wednesday night and assigned to Dorsey Junior
the appointment of
Gardener was holding fast to 1922."If continued HighlandPark High.In.
nine new principals last Wednesday -
his original offer. The pros, Dade County schools will become a satelliteof elementary schools Mrs.
led by Herman DuBMs of New will have 25 different princi- West Dunbar Elementary Ethel Primus of J. W. Johnson
York City, the tourna- "h 4 transferred the North
gave Y pals next fall.Allapattah. with an assistant principal. was to
ment officials until tee-off Dorsey and Ada the recommendation said. Central District on special as-

time Thursday morning to raise Merntt Junior High, and 22 Among the changes to be signment. The school will bea
the ante or they would with- elementary schools will be made are: Dorsey PrincipalE. satellite of Bright and will
draw from the play. Most of affectrd.It K. Lockhart will go on have an assistant principal.

the players drew down their was hinted at the meet- special assignment in the fed- Mosely Doles will be trans-

$26 entrance fee Wednesday ing that Highland Park Ele- eral program and Cleaophas ferred from Richmond Heights
afternoon.Dr. Elementary to the New East

Ira P. Davis is execu- Erlington Elementary.Mrs. .
tive director of the tourna- 2 Top NAACP National Linnie Fannin will

ment. Clyde Killens Ernest move from R. R. Moton Ele-
Hayes Mrs. Ann Lindsey mentary to Richmond Heights
Packard Ray Mitchell and Officers Touring Floridaal Elementary. Mrs. Zola' Sullivan .

Atty. Henry Arrington serveon who is on' abbiilcalI

the committee.The "Two of the top national television shows and before eave will go to Moton.

tournament started by officers of the NAACP are local civic groups.

Mitchell 13 years ago is now presently in the state of Florida -
sponsored by the City of ," NAACP Field Secretary

Miami Coca-Cola Phillip Harold Dunovant, Hearman DuBious and Jimmy Robe f W. Saunders announced .,
.
Morris P. Ballantine & Sons
of the United Pro today. Kivie Kaplan recently
and Eastern Airlines. Each of Taylor, players representatives elected national president is
the sponsors is said to have Golfers Association who are leading the fight for more vacationing at Safety Harbor

contributed $1,600 toward the prize money in the North-South tournament. House of while Alfred Baker Lewis :; ,

prize money. Photography photo. treasurer of the NAACP is

visiting more than fifteen of

I ALA. RACIST SHOOTS 5 PICKETSBIRMINGHAM Florida's speaking NAACP tour. branches Feb.ona

Mr. Lewis' tour began

Ala. A would be charged with assault Fred L. Shuttlesworth of 8 in Lake City where he spoketo
white man shot five Negro with intent to murder. Cincinnati secretary of the NAACP leaders there.

pickets in a Birmingham su- Authorities quoted Mc- Southern Christian Leadership
lie is cheduled to appearin
permarket parking lot after Gowan as saying the Negroeswere Conferences, said mem-_
Jacksonville t. Augustine ar
blocking his car and refused bers of his have .
they refused to move out of organization Daytona Beach _rando! Oca- -
his way police said. to move when he asked been picketing the store in
la, Fort Lauderdale Ke y West
Police said of the them to.The of
two Ne- officers said McGo- protest alleged employ- Fort Myers Sarasota Bradenton I rw-..,,.... ...rJii
groes were shot in the stomach ment discrimination. Lakeland
St. Petersburg
and that the others were wan told them that when the Hainesville, Tallahassee and WINS COAST GUARD AWARD
less seriously hurt. All re- Negroes would not move, he "Negroes make up 90 per
quired hospital treatment opened his car door and! cent of this store's businessand Panama City. The tour will Alean G. Cunningham, clerk-stenographer for the

Police Capt. J. M. Mc- opened fire with a 25-caliber we feel that we should be last through. March 2, Saunders U. S. Coast Guard received a certificate of award and'
announced.Mr.
Dowell said Emory W. Mc- automatic.The represented by this percen- Kaplan will speak for check for an adopted suggestion from Rear Admiral
Cowan 23, of Birmingham man drove quickly out tage in the employment" several including all Louis M. Thayer, Commander of the Seventh Coast
groups
turned himself in at the police of the parking lot, accom Shuttlesworth said. NAACP branches in the Tampa Guard District with headquarters in Miami. CommanderW.
panied by a woman, accordingto The firm filed a $2 million
department minutes after .
libel suite Bay Area. lie has also been H. Stewart, Chief of Personnel for the District looks
the shooting. police. She was questionedand against the SCLC
McDowell said McGowan released McDowell) said. alleging libel. scheduled to appear on sever- on.



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2 THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, February 25 1966 "

7 Million families LET'S TALK POLITICS/ II

To Be Equalby BY NOR ,fAN JONES j


live in Poverty WHEELERS-DEALERS ,

Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecutlveDirectorNatlonal. in 72 urban I
affiliates
League Entries in the "Governor's Stakes" run for
NEW YORK About 7 mil- the nation. various
areas throughout and sundry reasons, among these principal
Urban LeagueIn lion families in the United He will maintain contacts reasons are
'1"1 States today, according to the and private as follows:
the Administration with government 1. To seriously try out chances for future
past several years the press and airwaves Social Security social agencies and efforts in
have been full of civil rights news-telling the story of economy index of 1965, live voluntary perform consultative duties the "Governor's Stakes." A good race with a fair num. 1

what is being done to help Negro citizens attain full in poverty. the 10.7 million aimed at equalizing opportun- ber of votes all over the state will attract the attention
Among
equality, Much of this news has to do with demonstra- people in the country, 3 out of ities for poor people and improving of the "Money Boys" and the "Political King-Makers"
tions and with Federal laws and court decisions. Much 10 are non-white which means community relations.Dr. and mark them as "horses to back in future races. {
has been done and much remains to be done in the fieldsof that the non-white population- Johnson a 36yearold'native 2. To attract statewide attention with the possibil '
legislation and in rousing the nation to take action. mainly Negroes-suffer almost of Natchitoches in, La. ity of a judgeship or other safe" political plum later"on I
But the question has been raised:'What is the Ne- three and a half times more holds a B. A. degree from Morgan ap- though they have no reason to believe they could
gro doing to help hem self? It has been asked both by poverty than white people. plied sociology and a M.S.W possibly capture the "Governor's Stakes."
well-meaning friends of the Negro and by his enemies. National Hence,Urban as a League's part of the degree State College in psychiatric social 3. Repayment of past political debts, "decoys"are

The answer, I.am happy to report, is a lot-an awful lot. cram this year is coping with pro- work from Howard University.He protninnent in this group, and to obligate powerI I
He is pulling himself up by his bootstraps. the pressing complex .problems -> received his doctorate in ful interests for future favors which includes backing i
First, the organizations of the Negro community created by conditions of special education (marriage for lesser offices, political appointments juicy legal I
have been extremely active. Negro churches, fra- poverty, the League has 01panded and family education and administration -and other contracts from these interests or sources influenced .
ternal organizations, social clubs,fraternities and so roll. its professional staff of social agencies by these interests.
sties have community service programs designed to in health and welfare.Dr. ) from Columbia. Univer- 4. To wage campaign issues of such a nature to
stimulate and encourage youths and adults alike. They Jesse W. Johnson will sity- decoy the electorate from discussion of other issues
have scholarship programs and training and citizenship serve as assistant director in Prior to joining the NUL which might help or hurt a serious contender.
this area, according to an announcement staff Johnson was assistant
services and
have contributed thousands of dol- must be elected there
Since
many made today by director of social services atNew 5. someone are al.
lars to raise the
health and educational levels of the Whitney W. Young Jr., the Coney Island Hospital in ways a few "serious" candidates who feel they have
community. League's national executive York and served as a public served their apprenticeship and have sufficient politj..
These efforts have been aided by individual Ne- director. health field representativewith cal and financial backin g to finish in front.
groes who have climbed out of circumstances of crIp- Working under Miss Jewel- the Altro Health and Rehabilitation 6. To run a good race so they can "Wheel and Deal"
pUng'poverty to make a better life for themselves and dean Jones associate direc- Services of New with one of the entries in the run-off, to throw his sup.
their families. This rapidly growing middle-class has tor for Health and Welfare, Dr, York City. port shown in' the primary for a big fat political plum
Miss Jones indicated that
expanded at a truly amazing rate. Between 1949 and Johnson will concentrate his
Wheeling and Dealing is usually with the leading
runoff
is of -
Dr. Johnson capable
1959 the number of efforts on mobilizing health
Negroes in New York who make
City candidate to assure greater odds in favor of the
than and welfare sources i'in the making a major contribution to
more $4,000 per year, grew from'10,995 to 198,905 interest of aiding the disad- the success of health and welfare "wheeler."
It, is likely that the growth since then has been even vantaged. programs of national, Next to the serious entries and somtimes an entry
more spectacular. The story is the same all over the Among his duties will be regional and local levels. is both a serious starter and a wheeler-dealer the
nation. The value of homes owned ny Negroes has increased the planning and development He is married and the fatherof wheeler-dealers are the hardest hustlers, trying to pickup
by 123 percent between 1950 and 1960, a far of programs as well as providing two sons. He lives at 114- strength in section all kinds of diver- I'
greater rate than values of homes owned bv whiten. specialist services to 50 174th St., St. Albans, N.Y. every among
As companies continue to open their doors to Negroes gent groups, wanting to win friends everywhere and not ,
hurt anybody's feelings. \
we find more and more individual success storiesof
the kind Takin g no stron g stand for or against controversial
I have written about in past columns-young
Negro engineers, lawyers, scientists i. issues, parrying, thrusting, sidestepping, feinting,
and
managers
salesmen, who have helped contribute to ducking, playin g it safe lie a champion boxer.
our nation'sstore
He is vociferous in the sub I
of wealth and knowledge. most a general way on
jects of motherhood, patriotism, states rights, federal .
Negroes, so long barred from the of
sources capital
beeded control and of course the threat of Communism. They
to establish
their own businesses, are mak-
ing greats strides in that field. Negro-operated now banks can, oratorically, place a squad of Communists around I
like Harlem's Carver Federal Savings and Loan Associ- every house in the state and have enough left over to
tion, and the Freedom National Bank are providing need- staff the State Department in Washington, the univer I
ed funds to help Negro businessmen. These businessmen sities, both faculties and student bodies, churches,
are also taking advantage of Federal loans. Their t Sunday Schools and kindergartens.This .
success is seen in the growing numbers of business es- tirade against the Commies is designed to
tablishments run by Negroes and serving both the Negro keep from commiting themselves on any real or perti- I
and the white communities. nent issue which might offend a couple of voters. \

Negro colleges, which are, by the way, integrating ,II
their student bodies at a rate which white schools I
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should emulate, are active in conducting remedial
to train young people in their areas. programs OUR .s F

We at the Urban League an in a position to note I EAS--l I :a
the great sense of participation by the Negro commun-
ity in programs like the Skills Bank, which refers qualified ,' IRING I Ii !

the people anti-poverty to job openings.workshops Other; the successful secretarial projectsare training i L-J I

program, in which young women volunteer for training in
the skills they need for jobs in industryjthe other I
;
many .
.... ..
job training projects and the -
we run; new leadership de-
velopment program which seeks out and trains the here- Pictured are the new moving forces of the popular CallCHARLES
fore untrapped reservoir of leadership in the community.The Knight Beat which reopened last weekend after being i
closed almost six months. Charles A. Taylor, nationally -
Negro poor, too, have shown that they do not known Impressario, Mac Faske, owner of the Sir ROGERS ;
want things to be done FOR them, but that they wish John Hotel, and Miss June Taylor who produces the
the opportunity to do things for themselves The many shows. Adamsfoto. ,
anti-poverty programs around the country are continually
AT PL 1-7502
being pressed by the Negro poor to let THEM decide
what they need and to let THEM do these things for
themselves. Anything which smacks of "welfareism"or AUTO INSURANCECheck For A Good

a retention of the status quo, any thing which denies city new, lower rates and easy: financing Buy on
them full participation in planning and executing these IMMEDIATE 5Ri22 FILING
programs, runs into sturdy opposition. Self-reliance is Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
the key word here. A Piano Organ
D. Goodman and Son, Inc. ,

There are many ways in which the Negro has sought "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
successfully, to help himself. Impressive though this is, Business member All People Democratic Club Scott Stereoor
it takes an added significance when seen against the 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1.c)380
background of poverty and discrimination which have
hindered its efforts. The great gap which separates him Orchestra Instruments
from his white brothers who are better educated, |............................NNNwMN1 /
wealthier, and favored by a society which they dominate
remains. But it is being closed partly because of the

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 25, 1966 3


. + 'oter Education Project; Aimed of South's Dugies Guest Hoas

; ; The home of bnusuol ,rooms .


..\ :.',"2,333,000 Registered Negro VotersThe better piece"Koop, we ul chollengo 1n| mind"A you to find

Seeing is believing
two million unregistered operatively with the live ma- non E. Jordan, Jr. an attorney lie added, "We need to remember The, accommodations you receive
Negroes in the 11 southern jor civil rights agencies as and native of that city, as director that political part lei- You find only In this broth.
states and the two amd a third well as with non-affiliated of the Southern Regional does not end with registration.Too OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
million already registered will responsible local organiza- Council. lie served as con- many Southerners do not
be the focus of an enlarged sultant to the Community Ac- vote because they do not know 2941 N.W. 41TH STREET 634-3851
Voter Education Project an- tions.The National Associationfor tion Program of the Office of how to relate their vote to the
nouncedto day by the Southern the Advancement of Colored Economic Opportunity South- subsistence issues of their JAMAICA DUGIE
Regional Council. People, the Southern Chris- eastern Area, while on leave lives." Always a friend
The Project is a continuation tian Leadership Conference, from the Council during 1965.
of a similar endeavor the Student Non-violent Coor- What has been accomplished The special interest of the
operated by the Council from dinaitng Committee, the Na- to date in the South, according Project will be fuller partici- r4s*fsm4sv r* s* r*< "\* "t i

1962 to 1964. It is estimatedthat tional Urban League and the to Mr. Jordan, is pation in citizenship for all (
programs associated with Congress of Racial Equality "largely middle class enfranchisement -persons in the South, but pri- HARLEM'Discoun
the Voter' Education Project have expressed support for the We need to reach marily Negro Southerners. To
registered 700,000 Negroes in aim of the Voter Education down deeper into our communities -encourage this local programsof
11 southern states during a Project. adn register people who viler' registration, citizen-{ f Drugs
two and a half year period. The Project will be locatedin have not been reached by past ship training will be sponsor' ."vr
The project will work co- Atlanta and will have Ver- efforst." ed.

4860 NW 7th AVE.
In Miami, he is scheduledto

Lovell Richardson to Talk Hospital tour and Variety attend Children's a bene- PHONE 759-5736

fit banquet at the Fontaine-It 'ir ;
With Prince Phillip bleau Hotel to raise funds j

for these children's British Prince facilities.The is. TO : :l:r 3
AN OPEN LETTER '
[ Lovell Richardson of 334 said Col.Robert ,Pentland, Jr., deeply interested in the wel- : .
will of official host to the Prince's
be
NW 10th Street one fare of
youth the
nine youth to meet and talk visit here "Sometimes, the world. throughout OUR FRIENDS
In England he personally .
of other adults tendsto
with Prince Philip when he presence '
;visits here on March 9th. restrict their replies," he sponsors 16' Boys' Clubs. '" M f"J. f\\
He has four children and the '
| Topic of the discussionwill said.Mr. eldest, Charles, 17 was recently ... ,: ." ."Y : ,, ",,, .,
, be "Youth and Leisure Richardson representsthe enrolled In a Boy'schooi 'Because; of.the, progress in ,Miami and,;\i,, I
Mt. Zion Baptist Young
Time. The private discus- .
Peoples Union. Other youth :\ in Australia. the need for bigger 'and: better roads and
sion is scheduled at Variety Prince Philip is also spon- : ... ,
I Children's Hospital, with no selected to tell about their sor of the famed Duke of Edinburgh housing facilities, we at HARLEM DRUGS,
leisure time programs include
\press"Prince present.Philip has re- David Aiken, Boys scouts of physical Awards fitness, ,a competitions system of have had to relocate our store. We are now IfPon

:quested that the proceedingsbe America; Robin Steinbrecher, be centrally -
Barbara' similar to the American Boy ,- areq which we believe to 1
Chicvara,
completely informal and YWCA;
'Scout movement in this coun Dr. ,I. P. Davis, Miami :
he hoped the youngsters would Variety children's Hospital located, and from which. we can reach'any ,
:
Youths &fds'Jor
try. receive I
Candy stripers; Dahlia Abra- dentist, has been appointed:to, ,
express their opinionsfreely" community service, physical Miami without much:difficulty.' For I
mowitz, Hebrew Academy of serve as a member of the Advisory area in '
Greater Miami; Beverly Mc- and spiritual fitness, Committee on Older \ FREE PICK UP and DELIVERY please feel )
personal achievement and
Americans President John- '
by : .
9 Farland, Catholic Youth Or-
do ganization George Hoover III, adventure > free to call us at. Phone;759-5736. -
; son.On x
wx Episcopal Young churchmen: When: he leaves Miami on Feb. 17, 18, he will attend -
% March 10th, the Royal Party the first of three committee American '
bills obtain !
PuGY Cadet Major Mary Ruzycki, will visit Houston, Los Angeles meetings to be, held this ; Pay all utility, and <,,:
Civil Air Patrol and Wayne Chicago. New York and Orders at :Harlem Discount; f ff\'j
Newton, Vareity Clubs inter- year.in Washington.Dr. > :, Express 'Money: ,
Toronto where Prince Phillip Davis, the lone Floridian "for our
national. Avenue. Look ,'tu
1 4860 NWc7th : ;\;
Prince Philip's first visitto will tour the main charities of on the 15-member committee ; Drugs,: ,; .
Miami and Miami Beach Variety clubs. He is sche- will assist the other <>:continuing; .t,; line of specials eachYweek..: ,, :' .i.\ !:,"
duled to inspect a new Heart members of the group in finding ;, '
has been accepted by His ;\ .._____ -- '- J''SOME ;' :
Research wing at the Flowers5th (
invi- ways to improve the status ',
Royal Highness as an
;;
y tation from Variety Clubs' International Ave. Hospital. and well-being of older people. j \ OF OUR ., '/ ,,' ,'::
His historic Miami
of trip to The committee will report .
,
children's hospitals sponsors, clinics, Beach has the town buzzing. directly to Secretary Health, Ltl : n ; I
research centers and welfare most excited of all are the Education and Welfare John ( ::} MANY SPECIALS'""" : ..

institutions in the United youngsters who will have Gardner, concerning national j '_:: ., / i" ', .1''" !L
States, Canada, Mexico and Prince Philip "all to them- policies and programs deal ,
u1pL Great Britain. selves" on March 9th. log with persons 65 and older ,
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POLITICAL

fROM WHERE I SITBY
Mayor Robert King High got his campaign--in Miami M j
at Tropical Park. An es- BILL McBRIDEWHY
going on Sunday in a big way
timated 17,000 turned out heard the mayor's speechand

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher enjoyed music, refreshments and other entertain- RUN
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor ment.
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. City Editor The mayor attacked Ed Ball of the Florida East
M.mb.r of the National Ntwtpaport PublUhors Association Coast Railway Company. Later he addressed another w AGAINSTOURSELVES

SUBSCRIPTION RATES meeting at the Lithuanian-American Club. ???

ONE YEAR $5.00SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00
On Monday, Mayor High ordered a block by block
Entered of Miami's slum areas to spot fire hazards.We "We never are satisfied with our opinions,
at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post inspection what.
Offlco at MiamiFlorida, under th. act of March 8, 1876 have had three fires in two weeks resulting in the ever we may pretend, till they are ratified'and confirmed
loss of ten lives. by the suffrages of the rest of mankind.We dispute
( Offlc nt 6740 NW 15th A/.nu. Phon. OX 1-0421 endeavor and
It wrangle forever; we to get men to come to
LENT CONGRATULATIONSYe us, when we do not go to them."

Sir J.
Wednesday, February 23rd was,Ash Wednesday or Editor congratulates the Lily White Security ReynoldsThe
the first day of Lent. Ben efit Association and the Longshoremen Union of that
news J. Lang (Joe)Kershaw and Earl Carroll
*** The lent of forty days can be traced to a period Tampa for the recent real estate deal they made in acquiring both Negroes, have expressed their intentions to-
urban
very near that of the apostles. That its term of forty a $4,000,000 housing project under the run as candidates for election to the State House of
days was settled at is evident renewal. The award was history-making for Florida.
a
very early period Representatives from District 4 leaves us slightly be-
from the writings of the bishops of those times, who President C. Blythe Andrews, who also owns the wildered. We are bewildered because it certainly

I 'refer us, in vindication of it, to the example of Moses, Florida Sentinel and Perry Harvey, president of the without saying that the emergence of two Negroesinthe goes
:Elias and our Lord, all of whom fasted Longshoreman's Association are wide awake businessmen -
., forty days. same race will surely result in a split Negro vote
From all this, then, we arrive at the conclusion, that and deserve commendation. They have vision.A and makes the chances of either winning an almost absolute ,
./though fasting is frequently alluded to in the scrip- full account of this project appeared in last impossibility. We say, without fear of contradiction

'' ures as a Christian duty, yet the set times for it are week's issue of the Miami Times.LOOKING a split Negro vote will help no one but the whit
to be referred solely to the authority of the church. It hdB- l rfBMi fl" flBB-- candidate.
may here be remarked that the name we apply to this

'season is derived from the time of the year it occurs. FOR A Kershaw, a veteran

The term Lent, in the Saxon language, signifies school teacher, and Car-

'spring, and as we use it, indicates merely the spring BETTER JOB roll, a former school teacher -
fast, preparatory to the rising of Christ from the grave. and presently a successful -
The Lenten fast does not embrace all,the days included CIVIL SERVICE JOBS OFFER insurance executive, are
between Ash Wednesday and Easter; for the
A LIFETIME OF both exceedingly good men
.' Sundays are so many days above the number of forty. and, are certainly qualifiedfor

They are excluded, because the Lord's Day is always INCOMEOPPORTUNITYSECURITYBoyiGirlil toJOMellWOIMIIGrammer the position they seek.It .
held as a festival and never as a fast. These six Sun-
School Sufficient for Many Jobs is the firm belief of this
days in Lent, are therefore called Sundays in Lent-not THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITYTo writer that both would serve
'Sundays of Lent. They are in the midst of it, but not a Train and Prepare for the Examinations their district and state in a
part of it. On them continue without
we interruption to
celebrate our Savior's Resurrection. Civil Service Positions superior manner. However,
it is already_ written; if
ti> Which Start A.High Ai$5,235.00 First Y.ar both run, both will lose, -'''''''''-

if SCHOOL FOR DEPRIVED .No Strikes .PaId| Vocation and, the .Dade Negro be- KERSHAW I

The University of Miami is conducting a part-time .No layoff .All Holiday with Pay comes a loser once again.
institute for Dade County elementary school teachers .Automatic Pay Raises .Mt Now f ri.nd Why sacrifice two good men?
-who deal with underprivileged children. Sessions ePold Sick Leave e liberal PnitoiuKll Let us remember we r
opened on February 2nd and will end on May 20 for 'rOUt PSISINT JOI WHIll TIAININO have had plenty of Negro
tf you arts U.S.CIti_.Iotei itedn your future,receive full laforoudoa I Ien
teachers of urban children. A second session from How to Get A Go'emmenlJob Lin of Civil Service Position!and Salaries candidates for political of- to "s:%
'September 1st to March 12, will be for teachers of mi- ,for which wars.truo you.Mill Coupon to fice, many of them of excel- ,

grant children. The institutes are sponsored by the -- ---- lent calibre, but have never {
XIYTMININa IIIVICI Of OUTS UOUDA
university's School of Education working under federal Pk 4100...W 441-1111.l ".|*,II.,Mliml" ,rl.rlda been able to muster enough 'r4'r
,. grants totalling organization and strengthto
$67,464. Nunt......................................Aft.........Se................. elect one to office. From

.Addreu............................................Phoo................... where I sit, it is imperative

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POLITICALMetro city Coiuity.."".......Sw...,............. that we come up with a

Mayor Chuck Hall has asked the Charter .Prewar Job.................................Tine Home.................... winner if we are to continue
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-.O.e-.ee..llee progress along rugged
Review Board to consider an administrative assistant
for the P -* F* py My P Mi lPP 4BP PJ road to first class citizen .
a
mayor salary raise and responsibility for ----- ..-.. -
legislative programs. ship and equality. CARROLLWe

However the commissioners did not agree with 1 are confident that either of these very capable
Mayor Hall's proposals. WOOLWORTH'SCarvfrw gentlemen, running as the lone Negro candidate could
Commissioner Arthur Patton said he thought that win in this district where the Negro population is considerably

.affairs of county government were going on nicely and I} > ;p ;'rtry n" } ; ,,' heavier than in any other district.
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harmony without I : "
changing :i. fiJ.Wfr From where
things. ? : : I sit comes the humble and unbiased
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Commissioner 1ti\r:0.J44
Green said he ha'd many doubts 1 y, :; ,s. : .}. .: / 'd '/'
about Hall's proposals. Hall contends that a strong f f swtich from the race and give the Dade Negro a

mayor form of government will not hurt the present J| < \ greater chance to elect the first member of its race t to
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Metro Commission-manager government but improve it. |t;' t'"i''*i, .'''''' \\!'} 4ii,1<' political office.We .
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Starnes is
absolutely opposed to \<:: 1N/j/, ,:, sincerely hope there is no truth in the rumor
giving the kind of y, <\:
mayor veto
any stating that would that a third
very capable Negro plans to enter the Dis
serve only to obstruct
legislation. f m"so" trict 4 race.
Commissioner Matheson said, "Leadership is Inherent < "_
in an individual, you cannot legislate it." : 'i{' WHAT ABOUT THE SCHOOL BOARDThe
Commissioner Boyd said he cannot get emotionally -
worked up either for or against a strong t tI
mayor. scheduled phasing out of Mays, North Dade
I and Booker T. Washington High Schools, with the resultant -
Judge Jack Turner of the Criminal Court will run
possibility that will
In the May primary for the District Court of many fine Negro teachers
Appeals. lose their
jobs, certainly and points to
unmistakeably
Judge Richard M. Swann now holds that office.U. the
need for
t Negro representation on the Dade School

S. Representative Dante Fascejl has announcedhis Board.To
desire for re-election in the South Dade-Monroe Con N s sit back and hope that Negro teachers will be
gressional District.He given a fair shake in the School Board's plan for complete .

said he believes he has met the test of leader integration of all Dade County Schools is not

ship necessary to meet the problems which his district : ro/fon enough. We need vigorous Negro representation on the
barkclolh
and the nation face in the years ahead. Board to guarantee unbiased treatment of our Negro

.. Rep. Fascell has served 12 years and has been teachers during this and the highly crucial years to
among our outstanding representatives.Scott THROW COVERS follow. _

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Kelly will open headquarters in Miami, Hialeah -
and Miami Beach on Friday. SEWING MACHINE


Governor Burns is saying little at the present, Slz.1 fttPAMtlSPlCMt./
but you'll surely hear from him later.

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Brotherhood Week the National Conference 4.77 ELGIN i.oo CALL jj
of Christian and Jews gave their annual dinnerat USE OUR fill LAYAWAY $ '

the Fontainebleau on Monday night. AVAUAMI IN MIAMI. MIAMI '!ACH. CORAL PREMIER 634-6242 jj
, At the $100-a-plate dinner the Rev. Theodore 1IRRINt. HOMunAD, MOUTWOOO ..* GAlUS, !KiNGSTON
-&Gibson, rector of Christ Church, Coconut Grove, was ..,...,...-.......... wise ttOC.nwooe KENMORE DRESSMAKER \\

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We are sorry to hear that Thelma Williams (recovery -
room nurse at Cedars of Lebanon) Is hospita-
lized after an automobile accident on Saturday. Two
other occupants daughter, Patricia Burke and a friend,
Evelynda Butler also injured. Thelma and Evelyndaare
roommates at Cedars.


Congratulations to Madeline Carol Squire, Be- Frank Whitlow, a recent graduate of Southern uni i I 6
thune-Cookman College senior, for being named to versity is visiting his relatives, the StirrupsDeanMazon -
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.Mr. and Davis families.Mrs. .

and Mrs. Edward Hill of Winston Salem, North Oswald (Doris) Smith spent the weekend in
Carolina are guests of the Nathaniel Davises. Nassau.Mr..


Miss Bessie Wilkins has received an invitation and Mrs. Andrew Robinson Jr. celebrated their
from His Excellency, the Governor and Lady Gray of third anniversary on Feb. 24.
Nassau to attend an investiture and reception honoring

Her Majesty, the Queen, and His Royal Highness, the Miss Joyce Bourme, a missionary nurse from
Duke of Edinburg to be held on Monday, February 28th Ethiophia is the houseguest of Mrs. Janie M. Kearshe.
in Nassau. Miss Bourme is enroute to Barbados.Mrs. .
TL'.
The West Indies Social Club, Mr. D. A. Julius, Eddie Lee Redding who was recently hospitalized
president is sponsoring its Grand Carnival Complimentary is recuperating at home.
Dance on Friday evening at the Bonded Rental

Agency. Houseguesting with Mrs. Nancy Pate at her winter
home, 6831 NW 13th Ave. are Attorney and Mrs. Allen I
Happy birthday to Irene Baldwin, Joseph Chaney Bibbs and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reid of Detroit.
Richard Greene and Herbert Glaze.

Thelma Vinson of Windsor, Canada is enjoyingthe
Baritone Caleb Peterson gave a Spiritual Recitalat thrills of seeing Florida for the first time. TEACHER'S SCOTCH IS FAVORITE OF FORMER a
St. Paul Church in coconut Grove with Linton Ber- OLYMPIC STARS-Herbert P. Douglas,Jr., 1948 Olympic t

rian as accompanist. While in the city fir.: Peterson is Mancy Belle Moore of Detroit is the houseguestof Medal Winner (left) and 1948 Olympic Rowing Team .
house guest of Mrs. Grady Dinkins. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Howard. member Jack Kelly, Jr. are shown examining a Teach- '.
er's Scotch round tenth with plaid bottle guard. Mr. ,

Congratulations to Father Theodore Gibson who' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith (Ella Jean) are cuddlinga Douglas is special markets manager for Schieffelin &
was honored on Monday evening when cited by the blue bundle of joy. Co., sole U.S. distributor for Teacher's Highland
National Council of Christians and Jews during this Cream Sctoch Whiskey. Mr. Kelly is president of the
week of Brotherhood observances. REMEMBER FRIDAY IS WORLD DAY OF PRAYER the John B. Kelly Inc. a leading Pennsylvania brick

company. He is also the brother of former film actress
Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha of
Grace K dly, now Princess Grace Monaco.
observes its Founders Day on Saturday evening March .. Ministerial Laymen Voter
19th. GARDEN OF PRAYER REDOING RECEPTIONTEA

Committee Plans BanquetOn SUNDAY
Hubert Jackson of the Regional Housing Department Rev. and Mrs. Paul, Golatt
in Atlanta was in our city for a quick business Thursday evening,March Church 1328 NW Third Ave. Bethune Chapter No. 870 wishes to announce the wed-
visit last week. 24th the Ministerial Laymen Rev. Thedford Johnson is O.E.S. or Richmond Heights ding reception for their daugh'f
Voter Registration Committee chairman of the sponsoring ter, Jo Ann and David Hill
Dr. W. A. Patterson has joined the staff of is presenting Its annual tea.
Jr. who were married Feb 5 The
group.
will hold its first "Banquet. or "
"The Garden Prayer,
held March
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. reception will bo
This promises to be a gala Sunday February 27, at 3:30(
4 at 8 p.m at 1077 NW 64th St.
affair. Many of Dade County's EDWARD WATERS p.m. at Tots Town Kindergarten -
Carolyn Monroe of Opa-locka entertained friends most outstanding citizens are 14680 Bethune Drive.
last Saturday night celebrating with a,sweet sixteen identified with this organization. CENTENNIALCELEBRATION Mrs. Corrie Jackson, worthy ANNOUNCEMENTMatron
birthday party. Among these persons is ; John Brown worthy
Mrs. Athalie Range our new- Waters College Patron. The public is invited to a
Away from the sleet and show are Joseph and ly appointed City Commissioner. Edward Celebration (100 movie and speaker on safety
Centemtal
Johnnie Reid of Detroit, Michigan, who are enjoyingthe The dynamic new commis- ) Kick-off Luncheon LEGAL NOTICE education at New Mt. Moriah
sioner will be our main speaker years at Intent to engage in fiber-glass Baptist Church, b700 NW 14th
weather.
tropical and the first In a series 01 f Feb. 26, at 12:30 p.m. business under the name of UAve... Tuesday.' March 1. at
674 NW 54th St. AU persons Mold. 2040 NW 17th St. DonLockwood rJ
events to acquaint us with the p.m. Please be on time. Sp t
.Johmie Wildman of New York City is vacationingin are Invited. Tickets are on sole Notice
owner. '
political climate of this com cored by Captain No. 18, Mrs.
of Miss Marie White. sale at the Afro-American of intention under j
Miami. He is the houseguest munity. NW 3rd to register Evelyn, L. Soutedn behalf of
840
office law
Insurance U-Mold-It
The cost of the dinner Is yourself women's Day ,
Mrs. Iola Frazier of Asheville, North Carolinahas $10.00 per plate. Tickets may Ave. Mold it Rent-A-Mold. r
opened her winter home. Other friends who made be purchased from the St. ,
the trip with Iola are the H. C. McQueens, the Wilkerson John Baptist church the St. II I
Luke Baptist church the Lay- II i
Darthays and the Walter Scotts. I
menettes(Rangettes) and many
of the leading pastors of our BANK 'TIL 5 P.M. ..
Mr. Irvine Fife of Chicago is enjoying the sun and community.The ,
sports that Miami offers at this time of the year. He is banquet will be heldin
the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown. the Johnson Hall a new

building at the St.John Baptist
Estelle Cunningham is all smiles since her old

and dear friend, Evelyn McCraw, came down from
RAINBOW PARKThe FThCOLNNATIONAL
Ashville, N. C.
Fairyland Tea held
Mrs. Pearl Thornton of New York City is the houseguest Feb. 13th was most successful. -
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson of 1354 NW 70th St. The total amount raisedwas

Friends of Pauline H. Johnson are happy to know One$787.04.of our many guestswas .< BANK

that she's back to her desk at Phyllis Wheatley afteran Kenneth Opa-locka Welles.In City. Commissioner ,

absence of four weeks. our regular P.T.A. meet- : OF MIAMI
ing Monday night, three dele-
Orchids to the Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida, gates chosen for the ,
Ixora Neighborhood for their record sales of cookies state convention to be held in i: Full Service Banking for All the People

(2,215 cartons were sold) Feb. 4 thru Feb. 14. Our Tallahassee, Fla. Feb. 23-27 ".
thanks to you for making our cookie sale a success. Mrs. Rosa L. Fortson prin- ? :' 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue

cipal; Mrs. Sarah Kelley Phone 759-4431
Members of the Sgt. David Mullins, Chapter No. president.
39 of the Disabled American Veterans and their wives In the Edison Financial Center

were guests of the Miami Beach Surfside Chapter No.
24 at its Past Commanders Luncheon honoring A. REDUCELose Lincoln National Bank has

Henry and Rae Kauffman at the Hotel Algiers on Sun- up to 6 pounds

day, Feb. 20.Orchids WEEKLY 'CUSTOMER'S HOURS

to Mr. Luther 0. Carey's real estate firm, 1545 S. W. 1st Street
who provided (free of charge) a delivery station for FR 3-2748 -.NOT.'BANIER'S -
cookies to the Girl Scouts of Ixora Neighborhood dur-
HOURS
ing their cookie sale. DR. LONG'S CLINIC
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Mrs. Ruth Boston, wife of Atlantic! Coastlines ,,,," " ,# --

chef cook John H. gave birth to a lovely baby girl
All voters who have moved in. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Wednesday, Feb. 9th.Congratulations. the should call the .
past year 9:30 am to 2:00: pm
Office.
to newlyweds Corrine Anton and Voting Registrar's

Alvin Houston.. 377-7501 Fridays

The' Richmond Heights Junior High PTA held its, 930a'm'to' : 2:00r'pm'and 5:00 pm to 8:00: pm
Feb. 20. Lovely table .
first Calendar Tea on Sunday, MARY LEEEMPLOYMENT '
decorations carried out the months' theme. A very Interesting -
program was enjoyed by parents and friends. Saturdays

12391 HE 6th Avenue
Thelma McDonald of 1928 NW 60th St. is ill. She 9:00 am to Noon

entered Osteopatic General Hospital on Monday and 751-8509 -751-5211

underwent surgery on Thursday. Friends are wishing COME IN OR CALL'cookshousek.epers" WALK-UP WINDOW OPEN

Thelma a speedy recovery. day
thru Friday
workers, butlers chauffeurs I Monday
Leon Armstrong -
McDonald, '
Get well wishes to Thelma coupl.s urgently n..ded. I
Lula B. Harden, Annie Johnson Edgar(Flossie Brown and Gib- 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.THE .
son's mother), Evelyn Williams,
Blanche Carey.

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Every week I try to find something interesting to TiDr .

write about. Needless to say, there are some weeks nl ,a \\t

that I am lost. This is one of those weeks, so the

best thing I can do at this point is to talk about those S. Randolph Edmonds, Y "
crazy people called golfers. The North-South Golf head of the Department of I
tournament has brought to our city about 500 crazy Speech and Drama at Florida
people, including Mayme. Such a breed lives in a dif- A&M University, appeared in S ;a'1 ?1y '
ferent world far different from the world of "nor- person here at Booker T. N
mal' people. Let me explain: The kook that Washington High School, February
plays golf
16 and 17, during per-
is the man or the ,
woman who would rather
play golf formances of his play, "Earth
than eat or sleep.He dreams of the little white monster and Stars." 1,

ball; jumps for joy when he makes a good shot The program at Booker T. 'y;+ ,
cusses until your years burn when he makes a bad one; Washington represents the
he is tempermental and nasty when his game is bad, third in a 1965-66 series of
he vows he'll never play againuntil!!! the next presentations by the B.T.W.
day). High School team
English and
Golf Is worse than dope in
a way. It makes you drama classes of plays writ-
forget all of your troubles and relaxes you. I remember ten by the Florida A&M drama
how Bandleader, Frank DuBoise, after playing all professor.
night on the bandstand, would be at the golf course be- "Breeders," a tragedy in
fore dawn just itching to get that first shot in. I one act by Dr. Edmonds was p ',a4.AI
remember how Robert Seldon missed a nine-iron shoton performed by the group on :
Nov. 18, 1965. and
"Bad
the 8th tee, and broke the club over his knee I Man," a folk drama by the
still have the bottom of the club. I remember how Dr. FAMU author, in one act was
Shirley (Ft. Lauderdale) putted his ball across the performed Dec. 8. ;
green twice and off and said "This green is The program at Booker T. !: /I
lightning fast" he is known now as "lightning Washington in Miami, repre- __

fast." I remember how Bruce McCord hit Clyde Young'sball sents English a team and teaching the drama projectin as a : ,:

in the water by mistake, and asked Clyde "what cultural and educational program
happens?" Clyde hit Bruce's ball in the water, and presented by a class of
said, "Now we're even." See what I mean when I say poor-achievers or under-a- i3tti..
that the game is for kooks. Most of these kooks are chievers in the school. The \
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real nice people. They have a little clan of their own. concept of the project is so + 1+ _
Wonderful, carefree people like Mr. Will unique! and the learning results
Hudgins, pre- have
been so successfulthat
sident of Freedom National Bank; John Drew, presi- feature stories concerning 0. V. WRIGHT"Your
dent of Alexander Life Insurance Company In. .If you it have been carried in all

will excuse me Birmingha, Alabama. Then, Miami newspapers.
there's Joe louis, Joe Williams, Joe Terry, Joe Black, The project is directed by Gonna Make Me Cry" "Poor Boy" "Gone for Good"

Duke Jenkins, Marshall Royal, Freddie Green, Sir Leroy Washington a graduateof
Charles Thompson (the that wrote Robbins Florida A&M University,
guy Nest)
who will receive his
Master of
and the ladies. Myrtle Hudgins, Ann Gregory, Chris Arts degree in drama next 6 ACTS 2 BANDS

Jenkins, Dr. Yvonne Jones, Rose Elden and my Mayme.Of June from the University of
there the of Miami. While he was a studentat
course are big goys golf '. the
money boys and the pros like Pete Brown, Clifford Florida active A&M Washingtonwas "Rid Hot" CoNtimHtal Danctrs
in
Brown, Willie Brown, Willie Greer, Ted Rhodes, Charlie the interna-
tionally-famous Playrpakers-
SiCtot'd, Nathaniel Starks, Bob Shane, Coach Everette, Guild directed by Dr. Ed- '.!
Ernest Hayes, Eugene Clapp, Lee Elder and a lot of monds. Birthday Party Sat


others.Golf is a game for everyone and is not expensive, Dante Fascell Free Orchids for the Ladies
as some folks believe. I'll bet you didn't know that

by playing golf you have a better chance of living 10
Files ForReelection
to 15 years longer. This is due to the fact that it
helps your circulation and builds your heart muscles.

anyway, since we have all of the kook's in town, including 5,
me, be nice to them and make them want to

come back again next "ear. U. S. Rep. ,Dante, B. Fas-
cell announced for reelection
Monday in the South Dade-
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Shirley Seldon Monroe Congressional Districtand

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Robert Seldon cited his 12-year recordin

MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK: Sir Charles Thompson Washington to support his

(piano and bid."I
organ) believe I have met the
rf
test of leadership at the na-
The Knight Beat opened with a bang last week tional level necessary to meet
(Thursday) at 11 p.m. You could not get a seat. The the problems which my dis- ro,1 M re 1rra ++
show, under the direction of June Taylor, was done.in trict and the nation face in the fe
real style, with chorus girls and everything. Popular years ahead," he declared.
Jeff Adams was the feature attraction. The two fellows This leadership, said the
Democratic congressman, has
called David and Goliatha were the added attractionand included fighting for fair
they were marvelous. The band could (or should) apportionment to give the urban -
rehearse for 10 years. I very rarely pan a musician to areas their rightful voicein
a performer, but Mr. Pharoh needs four more men. And government.So .
they wonder why they can't get better paying jobs.lt far, Fascell is unopposed
for the 12th District
was a good show.HARLEM .
Congressional seat.

IN THE ROARING TWENTIES, shown

Monday night on Channel 4, was the greatest TV mu- I'f
sical have ever seen.The show was called the "Strol-
ling Twenties" was written by Langston Hughes and All voters who hove moved in

produced by Harry Belafonte. They threw every big the post year should call the

name in show business in this show with Sidney Poit- Voting Registrar's Office..

ier, Dianne Carroll, Gloria Lynne, Sammy Davis, Jr., 3777501INCOME
George Kirby, Nipsey Russell, Brownie: McGee, Duke

Ellington, Joe Williams plus a beautiful line of really ,aa
dancing girls and fellows. The reason I mentioned vGr
Joe Williams, because this is the singingest Reggihin '
the whole wide world and I hope that the blues he TAXSERVICE ; o

sang on the show will be put out on an album. He sang .L:
his heart out. This show was more than great, andl
don't think they'll be able to top that one. If you mis-

sed it, you really missed a good one. RECORD SHOP CAL ROBERTSMiami's
PUBLIC
NOTARY
and Duke
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT and Chris Mrs. Bailey New Singing Sensation
Jenkins along with Dr. Preston, Mr.
If else does
someone your
Clevelandareta.forthe -
and Mr/and Mrs. Burke, all from Income Tax Return Let .
of the Ft. Pierce
Richard Logan
golf tournament "
Chronical visited his childhood friend, Mayme, the it be me Cousins. og "CONTINENTAL I

other night Count Basie, Freddie Green, Marshall 54 51aIl634.9389 : .\
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Royal will be in this week JoeEVERYBODY
brother in from 'MIAMI'S NO I C1UI' '
Paul are )f! :
fishing! Till the ( .
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S THE MIAMI TIMES, FridoyFebNary 25,1966 !
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t People. 1 WASHINGTON boys and PARKThe girls are Carver '. Round About

having lots of fun. They are
engaged in basketball,soccer, Ranches
Places. volleyball plus teenage s.,{h Talk
dance. On Friday night come
HT"fl out and enjoy the fun. Mrs. R. News I Ift-,
Things. Castelow, supervisor. -.t BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL _
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--fry Walter Bowe
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wee .11
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT. .
l B. Coooer THE Jackie
Bjr wrenr Robinson
Members of the Civic Club The South Browarc Post -
---- ..._.. moving swiftly to improve NY Governor Rockefeller'simage
; f' will hold their meeting Mon- No. 8195 VFW officers attended -
the Negro voters for the November election
day night, Feb. 28 at the the District meeting In Key among .
famous international
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Commander Leontyne Price, opera star, was cochairman -
West last Sunday.
of the 26th annual Urban League Guild's Beax
Castelow, 1538 NE 153rd Folia Boyd, Senior Commander Ball. A great affair last Friday ni ht in the Grand Ballroom
Terrace, North Miami Beach. and Adjutant "
Ralph Seymour
of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Stealing the spotlight was
May.
AH members are asked to be Charles Hart, Quartermaster -
or and Mrs. John Lindsay (Mrs. Lindsay also a co-chairman
),
present. Mrs. Iota Crawford, Bowe and Past Com-
x Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Young Jr., national executive directorof
h president. __ __ mander C. B. Blount, also, all the of the National Urban League; Robert Price, Deputy Mayor of
West Hollywood
NY; Arthur Ochs, surburban New York Times publisher
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 5693 of Opa-locka were there.
wife Actor Brock Peters Actress
Commander Brown and Past and ; Lauren Bacall
CHURCH SUNDAYrAwdition and Lee Renick and many others including
Commander Cornell Dames, your own reporter
Chaplian Emory Gibson and Scoop 1 An unbelieveable, fabulous affair of
IL !-l lII other members, also the president carousel. Helen Stewart won first prize Lorenzo
,A DREAM SET TO MUSIC of the Ladies Auxiliary, Schab, a Schab model won second Abby Lincoln,
you',. interested In Mrs. Lampkins and Sis. Damesa actress-singer (recently chosen as one of top ten best

"Music moves us and we know not why; we feel the TV Movies and/or Concerts faithful worker. dre sed Negro women) opens long engagement at the

tears but cannot trace the source. Is it the language of Call or come In The Department Commander Village Vanguard in Greenwich Village Cecelia

some other state, bom of its memory? For what can person to: and District Commanderwere Cooper, famous model and daughter of Al Cooper (Savoy
wake the soul's strong instinct of another world of HOWELL DANCE STUDIOS also present. The meet- Sultan fame) former Miamian, to star in off Broadway
music?" 1650 NW 27th Ave ing was held at the Key West play, "Tiger at The Gate" at the 7th Ave. Theatre on

The frustration of a young Negro boy with an unmistakable NE 5-7888 VFW The Post local 6091.post is making 13th St. She is a former "Miss Beaut (Arts" Chub-

talent for music but no access to competent Afflope Nit, Director plans for its anniversarydance by Checker (millionaire twist king) rock and roll singer,
instruction has touched off a cultural near-miracle in 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb.26tf. March 12 at the Big arrested at the Laurel Chicago Club last week. Charged
Bamboo in Hallandale. Dona- with contributing to the delinquency of a minor (a 17-

Miami.This lad convinced Ruth Greenfield, a young Miami- Variety Dancers tion is $1.25, tables free. year-old girl) Roy Wilkins' nephew Roger Wilkins
anw ith a love of music' and a feeling for people, that Drummers Singers Music by Eddie and his or getting the post of director of Community Relations

she should try to turn a long-held dream into reality. Her chestra. Service NYC's new police commissioner, HowardR.
dream was to establish a place to give encouragementand ********** Leary, former police commissioner of Philly, who

guidance to children whose creative potential in the East Coast The Carver Ranches Fire- worked his way thru the ranks, favors Civilian Review
Board Mrs. Shabazz widow of the
Betty late Mal-
arts was being denied. It be
was to a place with no men Ball will be held Feb. 26
TailorsFEATURING colm X to tell the story of her husband's
life.
barriers of race or background whose cardinal rule would at the Big Bamboo. The public tragic
only that a child needed help to live up to his ability. THE NEW is invited. ***********************
Looking around the Negro community and in the
DAK SLACK SUIT The Carver Ranches-Hyde MIAMIANS IN NEW TORK Steven Truett. too
poorer white neighborhoods that bordered it, Mrs. Gr en. Unclaimed Pants for sore Park homwowners Civic Association -
arranger for such groups as the Manhattans, The Toys,
field found a number of children who had no outlet for Inc., will meet Sun-
Alteration and RemodelingFAST I The Jive Five and the Exciters, to head the new Pecos
their talents and whose families unable day at 4 the
were to do any- SERVICE o'clock at Carver
Co. He
Recording recently invested $80,000 with the
Ranches
Recreational
thing to help them. Park.
717 NW62 ST. record firm which made him the senior stock holder
All
members and those who
Although she had little decidedto
encouragementshe PL 8-3901 wish to become a member are He's the son of Miami's well known Big Sonny Truettof
go on anyway. She finally located a room over the A cuff while you wait urged to be present. Your co- Liberty City. Steve resides in Brooklyn at 202 Quincy
meeting place of a Negro fraternity and took the plunge. 'Anytime" operation is greatly needed. St. Willie Lewis of 176th St., Bronx, flew in after
"This boy was our first pupil," Mrs. Greenfield three week stay around the Miami area. He stayed with
recalled. "He was a genius at the piano. We knew then his sister, Mrs. Willie Mae Martin in Ft. Lauderdale
we would have to make the conservatory work out." iiiiiniiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiL lllllllnlllllllEl U Willis Jackson and band at the George Barkley's

This boy was the son of Mrs. Mary Ford Williams, I WATERFRONT HOME Fantassy East Night Club in Long Island I caught
Robert Ford who went to the University of Michiganand i the closing show at the Apollo Theatre starring Sugar

a promising career in music. Pie Desanto, Gladys Knight and the Pips. A gas show,

The Fine Arts I it was Sugar Pie headed to Miami's Continental
> Conservatory pioneered in a difficult {
field under difficult circumstances. Since it has direct from Apollo's smash hit. Sam B. Solomon's
managed -
Tribute: A time to live, a time to be time to
great, a
,to far
kepp going so all those concerned are confi-
die. A great man passes. My deepest sympathy. Time
dent that it will survive and
grow. Says, Mrs. Green-
and tide wait for
no man. This is Scoop Bethel sayingso
field, "There's.a magic in it, an aura that holds us to- I long, see you next week.
ge&er. as we see the awakening of these young people." -

We were delighted to know that there are others who
see the good that our good friend, Mrs. Ruth Greenfieldis State PTA Meeting at FAMU

I trying to do with her -

with her Fine Arts Conservatory. Bert Collier, an editorial I TALLAHASSEE The 39th Howard Hall Friday night for

writer for the Miami Herald, is another. The aboveare annual! meeting of the Florida the delegates and friends.
'"1'1''. Congress of Parents and sessions of the
excerpts from a four-page '" '' The regular
written
spred Col-
by Mr. II
.e Teachers Association will be meeting will be held in the
lier in the Southern Education Reporting Series, held here at Florida A&M Perry-Paige Building. District
ed in Nashville. PUbliSh-I
Universith Feb. 23-25. II and the state are joint
The opening session will sponsors of the meeting.
= be held in the Charles Winter

E Wood Theatre Wednesday night START WORK TODAY!!
: at eight o'clock with official A Public Service Over
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Honorable Haydon Bums, gov-
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ernor of Florida; Dr. GeorgeW.
Gore Jr., president of Fla. Cooks Bus Boy
JOHN STERN Dishwashers Porters
A&M and George F. Taff, Gas Station Drivers
: \,.. i'{ of
.I" mayor Tallahassee. Atty.
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Wag -Hour Office Finds $561,466,



I in Back Wages Due HereClem



J. Denicke, super- ments checked by his staff dur-
visor of the Wage and Hour and ing the six-month period. He gular rate for hours worked in
excess of 40 in workweek.
a
Divisions stated that
public contracts many employers
office here said voluntairyl The Miami office serves r
(WHPC) field paid the back
by his office under south Dade and four countiesin
investigations wages supervision of the
during the last six months of U.S. Department of Labor and southwest Florida and is :
1965 show that workers in that court litigation is pend- located at Room 1527, Federal --
the area were paid $651,466less ing in other cases. Office Building 51 SW :
than the wages requiredby He reported that 1,340 First Ave., Miami, Fla.
He said workers
the Fair Labor StandardsAct who were paid at hourly rates engagedin
commerce or the productionof
(FLSA). lower than the applicable federal -
Denicke said the back minimum i were due goods for commerce must be
paid at least $1.25 an hour and
wages were found to be due $365,490 because they had
the overtime
penalty
rate
employees covered by the federal not been paid at least one
after 40 hours in a workweek.
Act in 219 establish- and, one-half times their re- t

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Mrs.'Athalie Range recently appointed to the City Commission of Miami is being
MiamioNS Make Who's Who Facts Oi
presented a gold certificate from the Sweeting Foundation Fund, Inc. of which she


I-in Colleges aid Universities Urban RenewalSix is a The member.members looking on are: Herbert Davis, Misses Mammie Pinder and Edris

Walker, Mrs. Fleetie Bright and Alberta Ailer, Harold Creighton, Mrs. Range and
Miamians at Florida of Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity, The Housing Act of 1964 James J. Gardner making presentation. Joseph Tori and Dr. H. Sweeting, founderand
A&M University have been Inc., president of the Canter-
provides for Small Business
named to Who's Who in American bury Club, and vnoe presidentof president of the fund.
CollegesandUniversities.They the Playmakers Guild. Displacement Payments for
certain business concerns who
are: Margaret Josephine Per-
Johnny Lavind, son of Mrs. cell, daughter of Mrs. Rosa must relocate from an approved 60-60-60 TO A
urban renewal area. This
Katie B. Solomon 10395 SW Lee Welcome, 1775 NW 74th
Act makes it possible for the
173rd St., was president of St., is a member of Delta Sig- Dado County Urban Renewal
the Newman Club, secretary to ma Theta Sorority Pan Hellenic -
Kappa Alpha Psi, treasurer to Society Pre Legal Society eligible Agency to business pay $1,500 to all DON'T''MISS:'THIS' CLUB,
concerns 'AT 500
Alpha Phi Omega Service Fra-. and History Club. after displacement from the ,* i

ternity and dean of pledges to''' first urban renewal project EXCITING. '! FUN., ,, >d<" 'W"" .,,: ,'" \ .... ,
Pershing Rifles.
David Brower which extends generally from
Barbara Jean Hankerson,
NW 22nd Street along NW
21st
a sociology major, is a mem- I" 1DTh
Terrace to NW 14th Street and j. ;: $ :
House '
ber of the Delta Sigma Tri Files For
NW 3rd Avenue to NW 6th St- If Z GLRS
Sorority, Women's Congressand a: n. 'ott ? ATTRACTION } "O
..
,;: '
the Student Government in District 3 ELIGIBILITY I THE GREAT TV ..
Association. She is the daughter r VOCALIST "
of B. L. Hankerson, 1439 A business concern is anjGreat > BAND 2' STAR t

Lincoln Boulevard, Richmond David L. Brower, 33, presi- eligible for this payment pro- .. ,
Heights. dent of Brwoer Press, Inc., vided tot the following require' '04...", # r r
Rosa Van Storr, is the has filed qualifying papers to ,ments are met: ::! .,." Ella CAMERON) -t

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred the office of the Secretary of (1) The concern was doing I- Is Here \ ",. ;::
Storr, 4720 NW 25th Ave. State, filing for the House fo business in the urban renewalarea /

She is acting journalist for Representatives, District 3 on or before April 20 rw -" ';, ,- --.,. -''''--- --- -- -- -.._- ----\11

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Seat.A 1965. THIS IS THE SWINGINGEST CLUB IN MIAMI WITH 6',BIO
acting president of the Span- native Miamian he resides (2) Average annual gross
ish Club, member ot the with his wife Doors and receipts or sales exceed NIGHTS OF ENTERTAINMENT! ALWAYS NICE AND CLEAN ;
French Club and recording children, David Jr., age 13, $1,500. '
secretary for Cropper Hall. Clay, age 10 and John, age 5 (3) The concern is not part All drinks, to unescorte4 ladies 504

Anthony Charles Sweeting, at 12025 NE 5th Ave. of an enterpmse having establishments -
son of Mrs. Gloria A. Sweet- Mr. Brower was a legisla- outside the urban CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT A.M.
ing, 1045 NW 58th St.;was tive assistant to the Florida renewal area.
president ot the Playmakers Legislature in 1963 a former (4) The concern filed income '
Guild, editor of the Oracle member of the Dade County tax returns with the Internal W 36 St. at 27' Ave

([organ of the Omega Psi Phi Personal Advisory Board, a Revenue Service for the
Fraternity. He is also a member member of Kiwanis, Masons, two years preceding displacement -
of the Canterbury Club Mahi Shrine, Miami-Dade or, if not in Business
and Theta Alpha Phi Fraternity. Chamber of Commerce, Jay- that long for one year preceding -
cees, William Jennings Bryan displacement.
Ronald Livingston Thompson PTA and is on the board of (5) Average annual net income -

son of L. E. Thompson Governors Hire the Handicap before taxes and, plus ,
3624 Florida Ave. is president Committee. certain salaries, wages, and
other compensation, is less
-
than 10000.
(6) The claim for payment is t

submitted within six months
of the concern's move from SAVINGSUPTO T.u

the urban renewal area.
WINCHANNEL The Housing Act of 1965

provides for an increase of the .
Small Business Displacement
Payment to $2,500. It is pos-
sible that most of the busi- 5O /o
ness concerns will receive
MASTER
this payment.

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In tha currant wood' HEWEMTSzAoVT ST. Jones -f ice It
IMWO must bo in our office Homecoming Magi
no later than 7 o'clock Monday -
avonlng. Publication ofnews BAPTIST Affair: 53.000 CollectedThe
rocalvoa' of tar that ,__ .

time cannot bo gu.r nt..d. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor filled the air Sunday morning.It "homecomers" in the parish

Bert Cooper, reporterIt was truly a wonderful hall. Their festive boards
occasion. Rev. J. B. Black- were well laden with pies
nell ignited the flame in the ckaes, etc.Among .
CHURCH OPEN DOOR was like a religious fiesta hearts of, worshippers Sunday NEW PHILADELPHIA
Mf at St. James last Sunday.It morning as he delivered a su- the church's dignitaries -
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRISTRev. ? was Homecoming Day. who came home as a
perb sermon. This preachmentof -".. ''' j .....
The day actually got start- the love of God lingered all surprise visit were Bishop
II. C.
McDowell, pastor William Ball in the'a.m. and
ed Saturday evening when a day. Rev. S. L. Gay and his
the presiding elder of the
Last R group of St. James' famous female members were guests at 3:30
Sunday's sermon, "A North Miami District, Rev. J.
Historical Link Now Broken"was chefs, headed by Mrs. p.m. This was a long to be A. Roberts in the p.m.
in memoriam I Catherine Peterson, chairmanof remembered service. The spiritwas
to the
ing of the late Mrs. pass-Mary the food committee, gathered there! To keep the Holy The fine cooperation exem-
Goodwin. Mrs. Goodwin was a in the parish hall dining Ghost present along came the lified by everyone was a
baptized congregationalistover room to "quarter" up chickensand Rev. J. J. Williams of Metropolitan thrill to the pas tor. His ap-
100 wash collards. The pastor AME Church to climax preciation is deep. Added to
years ago by Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher, a con- wandered in and immediatelyan the day. He is a gifted man of the joy of the most wond-
gregational minister whose apron was put on him and erful homecoming ever was the
church was a station in the he did his part. God.After each servnoe the women announcement that a total of
underground railroad as a women of the New Mt. The aroma of fine cookingOn hosted their guests and $3,241.24 was collected!

refuge for fugitive slaves. Zion Baptist Church in Hia-

Rev. Beecher and his sister, leah, Fla., will be ovservingtheir METROPOLITAN AME MT. SINAI BAPTIST ST. NICHOLASWEST -
Harriett Beecher Stowe authorof 14th annual Women's REV. WASHINGTON
"Un le Tom's Cabin," played Day program, Feb. 27. last Friday evening the 698 NW 47th Street INDIAN CATHOLIC
an influential part in the The morning speaker will First quarterly conference for Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor The pastor of New Phila-

life of Mrs. Goodwin. Her be Sis. W. K. Smith, wife of the year was held. Rev. J. A. Dorothy Chaney, reporter N. A. Derrick, OSB, rector delphia Baptist Church, Rev.
activities were varied and Rev. W. K. Smith of Greater Roberts ,presided. We were Brotherhood Week World George Stump, reporterWe William H. Washington, returned
many. Among them were her New Bethel in Opa-locka. very grateful to God for send Day of Prayer are the events home to Mt. Olivette
activities with tha National The evening speaker will 1 ing both our pastor and presiding that press on our minds this the officers and mem- Missionary Baptist Church to
Democratic Convention in be Sis. Maybelle Anderson of elder back to us fnd we week. In order to have true bers of the above named deliver the morning addressfor
1920 when she seconded the New Providence of Miami. are aiming to climb togetherto brotherhood we must have church wish to express our the 17th observance of
motion of James M. Cox as The theme is "The Women greater heights spirituallyand faith in prayer to tie our hu- profound appreciation those Men's Day at Olivette. Rev.
President of the United States.A with Something to Tell." financially this year. The man hands closer. teenagers who participatedin Mickins I is pasta and is also

Historical Link is Now Everyone is cordially invited total amount raised during the Today, Friday, our church the program; an afternoonof the father of Rev. Washingtonin
Broken. to come and worshipwith first qua fer was $1,833.32.On doors will be pen for prayerall music and poetry on Sunday the ministry, having not
The public is invited to attend us. Sunday morning we enjoyed day. There is no need for Feb. 20. We sincerely hope only bpatized him but also
our second annual "Fam-' Sis. Mary Harris, chairmanSis. food for thought when the Chrfstfans of today to that you will continue to aspire licensed him to preach 11
ily Night" at which time we Carrie Lou Arnold, co- Rev. Roberts' sermon relatedthe stop praying because the ob- to the achievement of years ago. The message, "Nowis
will dedicate our new piano. chairman Rev.'R. Solomon, differences between a servance of prayer ends nation your objectives.And the Time for Men to be

Families and friends of our pastor. spiritual person and a religious wide, but prayer is essentialin to our beloved parents, Free," was heard over WMBM.We .
congregation will participateon person and the spirituallife this world of ours, and until -guardians and friends, pleasebe were proud to have the
the program and share CHURCH OF CHRIST and religious life. we learn to pray this world informed that we highly ap- Rev. Dunn(husband of organist
talents with us. Last year's Sunday afternoon the pas-, will stay in turmoil, for prayer preciate your conti Jbution and Pauline Dunn) fill the pul -
program was a cultural delightand SCIENTIST 'tor and congregation worship- changes things. cooperation in making our pit for our pastor while hd
an entertaining treat. This ped at Peaceful Zion Baptist Moses Swinton and Mrs. program a success. This ges- was away. Rev. Dunn's mes-
affair is being sponsored by 1600 NW 54th StreetLuke's Church of which Rev. Prestonis Lula Daniels are still on the ture we assure you, will long sage was stimulating and interestingly -
the Couples Club ander the pastor. On Sunday evening sick list. Let us not forgetto be temembered. We are also delivered as he
supervision of Mrs. Walter reverent account of the pastor, officers and mem- pray for them.GRACE happy to know that you have encouraged each member to
Anders and Mrs. Robert Tho- the divine origin or Jesus is bers worshipped at St. James had a most enloyable after- bring someone with them to

mas.You the opening theme of the Science ser- AME Church in honor of thei, UNITED noon while viewing the various church and to help make
are always welcome vice in dirlstian Homecoming. God's church
at Rev. J. B. manifestation of our tal- what it
the Church of the Open Door. Churches"Christ this Sunday Jesus.on" the Blacknell is. pastor. PRESBYTERIANCongratulations, ented teenagers. Again we ought to be-a glorification... of
subjecy,
Rev. Williams wishes to his name.
which testi: thank you most profoundly.
Meetings at to Mr. and
thank who The is
FRIENDSHIPRev. everyone helped to pastor requestingthat
monials of Christian Scienceare Mrs. Harold Higgs who directed
-
make this such a big day. all members try to be
J. E. Jenkins given are held in Chris- the musical program MT. CALVARYRev.
,
pastor All members are remindedto here Sunday, and that each
Sis. Ruby Lee Carr tian Science Churches on Wed- sponsored by the adult choirat
reporter
pay your budget as soon as member bring someone with
nesdays. A corcial invitationto possible. Grace last Sudnay after-. Samuel Atchison, pastor you when you come.
Sunday services were won- attend these meetings at 8 noon. The excel-
Men' Day will 1 be on the program was The members of the No. 2
derful throughout the day with p.m. very Wednesday as well second Sunday in March. lent. Many thanks to the Youth usher board would like to take
Rev. Brown delivering the at the Sunday services at 11 Everyone is asked to help the Choir, soloists and other this opportunity to thank BEREA BAPTIST
morning message and the pas- a.m. is extended to all. The captains to achieve their goal members and friends who did everyone who helped to make
tor a very short evening mes- public is also welcome to use and make this the most so much to help make the program their anniversary a success. Sunday was a vey high i
sage because of having a short our Reading Room open Mon- Men's Day successful a success. Special thanks is given to day for us. The pastor really
after-service program with day and Friday 1-3 Wed. 6 to ever. This Sunday is Men's Day, Rev. Bradley and his congre- preached out of his soul and
our six Trumpets and others. 745. Young people up to the CHRIST EPISCOPALThe with lIerschell Peterson as gation. on Sunday evening the Rev.
Sponsored by the Ministersand age of 20 are cordially invitedto chairman of activities. Mr. The Pastor's Aid Boardis G. H. Mitchell brought the
Mother's Board. visit our Sunday School members and friendsof Peterson has a fine program spun soring a tea Sunday message.
Friday, Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. held in the church edifice Chmst Episcoapl Church committee and we look for- Feb. 27 from 4 until 6 p.m. The members wish to invite
the pastor along with the mem- every Sunday at 9:30: a.m. observed Shrove Tuesday witha ward to an inspiring day this The tea will be held at the you to the installation of their
bers will render service at banquet on Feb. 22, 7 p.m. pastor beginnin
Sunday. Come and bring your home of Mrs. Mary Jackson, g Thursday
New Hope Baptist (m itch. at Holiday Inn on South Dixie friends.We 820 NW 43rd Street. night, Feb. 24 with the Rev.
we are planning Freedom MT. CARMELRev. Highway.u. The. speaker for the would like to see more F. L. Carter and Bethany
Day March 6, 1966 at our affair was Mrs. Kate S. Dean, adults participate in our reg- Baptist Church. Friday night,
church. Let us make I it a Home D. A. Bradley, pastor presient of the Episcopal ular Bible study. We have a FIRST BAPTIST the Rev. Swain and Mt. Zion
Coming Day. we will have Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterWe Churchwomen. Mrs. Dean fine adult class on Sundayat Freewill Baptist Church and
testimony songs for seven spoke on the origin of Shrove 9:30 a jn. and another study 2300 NW 46th Street Sunday morning Rev. Jen-
days. Come and acknowledgeyour had a wonderful Sunday Tuesday and why we observeit. group Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Rev. W. M.Davis, pastor nings of the Fairview Mis-
day. We are expectingmany School Lesson. At the We urge all members and Mrs. Darnella Turner, reporter sionary Baptist Church will
friends. Mr. Art Green morning service, our pastor Other participants include friends to participate in these The Young Matron's Society speak. Sunday at 3 p.m. the
of Radio Station WAME will| delivered a wonderful message -musical selections by Carla great opportunities in Bible wish to invite you to its installation Rev. R. L. Calvin and First
be our special guest. .His subject was "I Am Sands, Clarice Cooper, Mi- study. services Sunday Baptist Church of Key Largo
Special get well wishes to Determined." We also fellow- chael Roberts, William Rolle, This Monday evening at Feb. 27. will bring the installation ser-
the reporter's mother sis. shipped the candidates who and Mrs. Laura Westberry. 8:00: we will lead worship mon. We are asking all our
Loretta Smith who is in Jack- were baptized on Tuesday William J. Stirrup, director of service at'St. Mary's Wesleyan friends to come out and wit-
son Memorial along with the night. Let's pray for them Student Activities* BookerT. Methodist Church, NW 8th SHILOH BAPTISTRev. ness this great occasion. Our
other persons in Jackson;, that the Lord will ever keep Washington High School Ave. at 48th St. We will leave new location is 1520 NW 79thSt.
Geraldine Bell them strong in His name. served as toastmaster. Mrs.
Dorothy Eng from Grace at 7:30 to begin A. M. Griffin, pastor .
lish, Richard Yates and Sis. Come out on Sunday after- Maggie Cash and Mrs. Lillian services on time at eight.On Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter
Velma Clovin in Mt. sinai. noon at 5 p.m. and be with us Mazon were co-chairmen of
Tuesday evening all THANK
YOU'Mr.
'And to all of our other sick in the B.T.U. We have wonderful -this affair. interested persons are invitedto MEN'S DAY

members, Visitors are always studies in our B.T.U. go with the pastor to the Robert A. Munnings of
You
welcome. Visitors are always wel-' NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Sunset Presbyterian Churchin are cordially invited to 304 Julia Street, Key West,
Remember the sick and our second annual Men's
come. Day
Ft. Lauderdale to attend Fla., wishes to express his
an
McGHANEY SPEAKS shut-ins. Let us pray for'our A. L. Shipp, pastor outstanding evangelism rally program Sunday, Feb. 27. sincere thanks to the many
boys who are in this war. Evelyn L. Souter, reporter and workshop. We will leave Rev. W. M. Davis, pastorof friends who were so nice to
Verily I say unto you, whosoever The First Baptist Church of him
pastor has returned froj Grace at 7 o'clock to be during the time he was a
shall not receive the. ZION HOPE safely from the Association in Fort Lauderdale on time at Brownsville will be the 11 patient at the Veterans Hospital -
Kingdom of God as a little which was held in Riviera eight. ajn. speaker. in Coral Gables Thanks
child shall in no wise enter Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Beach. He reported the most r Rev. Oscar West, pastor of the get-well cards and all the
therein. Luke 18:17. Elizabeth Jackson, reporter s pniitual time and will have a Bethlehem Baptist Church will tokens of kindness. A special
It is very wise to humble be the 7 p.m. speaker.If .
complete report later. ANTI OCI BAPTIST thanks to Rev. George Bethel,
it sometimes seem impossibleto Services were spiritually Sis. Annie L. Shipp would you miss these two great past c of Newman Methodist
... ,try being humble. we try, high last Sunday. The Missionary like to thank each one that 1899 NW 64th Street speakers you will have misseda Church of Key west.
but thing are at times just Rev. King preachedout took a part in the after service Rev. Paul Wiggins, pastor treat. Thank you and may God
won't let us be that way, but of his soul. program Sunday night. bless you all.
we can try all the hardet. The There will be a car washat -There will be a speaker Indeed these are busy rMINISTERS
more we try a thing, the easier the church March 12 from and films on safety education 1 times at Antioch Baptist. Next Daniel 12:1
it will become a part of 10 ..m. until. Sponsored by at the church Thursday, March Sunday at 3 p.m. the No. 1 A great time of trouble is TO MEET
us. If an infant stop trying to Sis. Vela Johnson nd Sis. 1 at 8 p.m. usher board sponsors a pew just before us and we can survive -
walk, because it falls, it Hicks of choir No. 1. The No. 1 choir will have aour rally.There ONLY in God's word. On Tuesday, March 1st at.
would never learn to walk. Sos Please pray for all r program the second Sunday in will also be food The Holy Bible authorized 11 a.m., a very important meeting -
e must keep on trying, like sick and .beareved families.We March at 3 p.m.Remember slaea sponsored by the ladies King James version Red letter of the Interdenominational
the infant, or as a little child. wish to say to all our the sick and in behalf of Woman's Day on edition. $5.98. Take Heed. Ministerial Alliance is. being



THE MIAMI. TIMES. Friday. February, 75, 1966 11. .
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FROM IN AND Jackie Robinson to Address 'PElf '- : <<

r"I'J..- HOUSE SUNDAY. 1-6 PJl. ;, <<
Tampa NAACP Annual '
Meeting <<
AROUND THE SPECIALS .
BAHAMAS Jackie Robinson, the naert L. Gilder, branch president.
tionally known baseball great Mr. Gilder stated that the Ie 1420 NW 90 STREET :
and a vice president of the dinner will be held at the sC
NAACP will : 3 bedroom, 2 bath, dining room, $450 down
n MHii* address the Tampa Sheraton Moter Hotel
The Bahamas Christian',employers asking them to list Tampa Branch NAACP's first Feb. 25 and will start at 7:30 $85 monthly. :
ell held a prayer meeting the names of immigrant 1966 annual dinner. The anp.m.. Mr. Robinson will address 'IeIe
.
day night, Jan. 23 at the employees : *
stem Esplanade as a pro- on the island and their nouncement was made by Robthe dinner later in the evening :Ie AND *

It against ;egalized gambin employers as of Jan. 31. The
the ountry. The inter- Board of Immigration is seeing : 2010 NW 85 STREET :

fiominational group has conned that a record is kept. I KING QUALITY HOMES 2 bedroom, CBS, new big Fla room, only < a series of prayer meet- .......... .
the.att : $250 down. $64 month. :
s i to arouse tion of HOMES FIT FOR A QUEEN
government to the baneful The following police offii <<
huence of gambling. A cers recently received promo- FROM $100 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS ,. WE ALSO BUY SELL- TRADE <<


[kesman"We hope said that: the ,ovemt -Strachan tionsAssistant was promoted Supt. Courtney to deputy 7700 NW 14 AVENUE :_iIM INCk.r: ; ,,

will realize' how many superintendent; Asst. Supt. '
This
ld pIe gambling are opposed" to legal- intendent Sidney Minus; and to deputy Asst. super Supt. lot, ((105x105)large 3),bedroom wall to,wall 1 bath carpeting, on extra, circular large corner drive, *: 3639:We15th! Avenue'. ._; 635.4595 :

Seifred Wilson to deputy lots of privacy. Ir.t
......... erintendent. Minus and Wilson sup 1

are in England taking a six- 2281 NW 93 TERRACE
| Lloyd Nelson, a 23-year- months training course. Stra-
Jamaican was fatally chan is This by appointment only. A spacious 4 bedroom, 2
ured on the night of Jan. tral Police in charge Division.of the Cen- bath beauty. Extra large kitchen, awnings and ether ... ..--. ,,-.. ........ -,- ". ...... ....
when the car in which he wanted homey features.

s traveling overturned on ********** t l:,, .. :list,;.. liys;. te iW11'' If".""
(shing Pond Road. He was
_
1440 NW ,
.
88 STREET KA-.J.tLJi.l .w.-. --A w.-
'lied to Freeport, Grand Dana Monday, Feb. 28 will be
Clinic where he died.i observed as a .public holiday Three bedroom, 1 bath. Front Florida room, awning OPEN SUNDAY 24 ,P.M. COME SEE
was the second traffic by banks, public offices and type windows and other extras.

lath on the island this year. business places in Nassau. 8025 NW IT AVENUE
Queen Elizabeth and Prince We have many other 2-3-4 bedroom homes available.
Phillip will arrive on Sunday ,CBS BEAUTY. Fla. room, appliances. $200 down.
and will '$56 No closing costs. Don't miss this.
Plans for the construction stay through Monday KING REALTY INC BROKER MO.
when their ,
visit
will be celebrated -
| a 70-foot( span toll bridge to
adise Island have been Nassau is putting on 8000 NW 1 AVE. PL 19108HOUSE OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. COME SEE
the finishing touches for the
mpleted and the work is to occasion. 1195 NW 93 TERRACE CORNER
gin this month. Starting at
tters Cay, the steel and ********** MODERN CBS BEAUTY. Bui It-in oven, dining room,

ncrete structure will cover refrigerator, $350 down. $68 month, no costs.
200 feet of water, and will John DC lor a Posey of Miami HUNTING??

24 feet wide, with a pedesian pleaded guilty Jan. 25 to Indecent BEAUTIFUL CBS 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, enclosed
walk on each side. Cost- assault on an eight- No FHA Red Tape porch, appliances. $350 down. $66 mo. No costs.
g an estimated $18-$20 mil- year-old girl at Freeport. lie

Ion, the bridge is expected to was sentenced 1o three months No QualifyingMove LARGE FAMILY, CBS 4 BEDROOM 2 bath, Fla
completed in hard labor in prison. Poseywas
December.
dining appliances $400 down. $79tao.
room, room, ,
........ the employed child's father.as Daoysitterby Right In no costs.


Members of the United ********** SEE CALL OWNER $250 DOWN $59 MO. Neat CBS, 2 bedroom, porch,

rotherhood of Longshoremen utility room, carport, appliances. No closing costs.
Bell Shawof
ot a raise of one shilling per the Bishop AME Herbert Zion Church, dedicated ((1)) 168 NW 47 St CBS, 2 bedroom, porch,

our, beginning in cold Jan. 12. Those wille the new St. Joseph I carport, oak floors, completely redecorated. DUPLEX CBS BEAUTY. Completely furnished. 1 bedroom -
forking storage
AMEZ Church on Blue Hill $75 month. each side. $400 down. $69 no. No costs.
paid time and a half for a per
lork Road, Rev. A. C. Rolle, pasI I
day and double time
fter 5 p.m. The agreement tor on Jan. 30. The construc-I ((2)) 929 NW 49 St CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed HOME AND INCOME. 2 beauties on large lot. CBS.

Deluding insurance benefits, lion help was of made the Foreign possible Mission throughthe porch, best area. Hurry won't last. Must be seen.We have keys.$91 mo. Reasonable down.
|as signed by dock employersnd
Board with headquarters in I' WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
union leaders. New York. The structure and i ((3)) 7025 NW' 28 Ave 3 bedroom, like new ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES

..........'" furniture cost over $120,000. i CBS, 1/ bath, oak floors, carport, huge ,..,, ,_..... FOR..VETS. .AND,,DISPLACED_PERSONS ,_...,
Bishop Shaw was accompanied I i kitchen. 75 foot lot. -
In an effort to "stop" the by a large delegation from the (
migration loophole at Freert United States, including noted \ REMEMBER. MOVE RIGHT IN SHELLREALTYBR01ER
Grand Bahama, the Gov- leaders And the annual con- j
|mment has sent letters to ference was held fit St. Joseph. i Call Owner 758-8749

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 25, 1966

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS RANGE. ,


loving memory of our The family of the late Mrs. Hubert Alvin McKinney of

I CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS dear daughter and sisterMRS. Sula Laska of 211 NW 12th St., 1722 NW 74th St. and also of
who departed this life February New Orleans, La. died in the
city of New Orleans on Friday
11, 1966, wish to acknowledgeand
thank our many friends for Feb. 18th. He is survived by
his mother Mrs. Emily McKinney -
their innumerable acts of kind- ,
I IN MEMOHIAM? CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM ness and expressions of sym- ; a brother Arthur;
recent be- three children; an aunt, Mrs.
during our
pathy
family of the late In memory of the late reavement. Your prayers, te- Elizabeth Dean; two uncles;

MR. MARCELLUS GREEN r legrams, cards, floral offerings' three nephews; one niece;

{ wish to thank all the many and visits made our bereave- other relatives and friends.

friends for the cards, tele- ment bearable. Arrangements are incomplete.John .

grams and donations sent I 'I We would like to add a spe-
them during their hour of be- cial word of thanks to the Tyrus of 1810 NW 5th

}( reavement. Thanks to Rev. assistant pastor of Greater Ave. died Feb. 19th as the result -

h John Polite and Range Fu-' Yq Bethel AME Church, Rev. F. of injuries received when

: neral Home. x J. Hicks for his consoling fire destroyed his horne.\ He is
survived by his wifeEula
words, Richardson Funeral
Family
The Green
h Home for the beautiful service, Bell; two sons, Nathaniel and
John; four sisters Larccnia
and the 12th Street neighborsfor
IN MEMORIAMIn t y. their thoughtful consideration. Hubert, Cornelia Rudisel, Es

sie Mae Castbery and Ophelia
loving memory of our Among Mrs. Lula Laska'siurvivora Lowe; three brothers, Roger
dear father and brother
are: one son: John- Richard and Rev. W. T. Tyrus;

BETTY MAE KENDRICKwho ny Laska of Baxley, Ga.; six other relatives and friends,

Wl departed this life Feb. daughters: Mrs. Maggie An- Arrangements are incomplete.
__uumu_____ 26, 1964.
thony of Miami, Jeanette Mims
MRS. MATTIE CHARLOW "Sleep on, beloved, sleep and of Denver, Colo.; Roberta Richard Tyrus of 1810 NW
t SMITH take thy rest. Lay down thy Bailey and Savilla Laska of 5th Ave. died as a result of

.._ who died February 26, 1960. head upon the Savior's breast." Savannah, Ga.; Nellie Parker injuries received when fire
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OPHELIA- IiYLOR Oh Father, with the eternal son of Miami, and Miss Maybelle destroyed his home Feb. 19th.

who died Feb. 27, 1957. And Holy Spirit, ever one, Mrs. Julia Blake and Family Wesley of St. Augustine, Fla. He was the two-year-old son of
Vouchsafe to bring us by Thy Two brothers, Sammy Danie 1 John Tyrus, who also perished -

Isabelle Francis, daughterAnd grace CARD OF THANKSThe of Chicago, 111., Joseph Danielof in the fire. Survivors are a
Family To see Thy glory face to face. Hazelhurst, Ga., one sister mother, Eula Bell; three sis

bereaved family of Mrs. Bessie Brown also of ters and three brothers; other
-- Henry "Fox" Smith, Jr., Hazelhurst; nine grandchildren relatives and friends. Arrange-
husband tlilgl i i.v
IN MEMORIAMIn ; one greatgrand. Thanksto ments are incomplete.
Justinia McGee, daughter

loving memory of our Henry L. McGee, grandson everyone. Billy James Lewis, Jr. of

dear wife, mother and sister Roderick McGee, grandsonLeo Mrs. Nellie Parker 1336 NW 45th $t. died at homeon

--- r McGee, son-in-law daughterIN Feb. 21. He was the infantson
i MpW" Hubert Charlow, brother of Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Livingston harlow brother
u James Lewis, Sr. Other sur-
M 1t JOHN J. JEFFREYSwho Hughie Charlow, brother MEMORIAM vlv.or.s. are grandparents Rev.
this Femisha Knowles sister _
life
departed Feb. ,
and Mrs. Charlie R. MaCkey,
26, 1965. Vera Higgs, sister Mrs.' Helen Lewis and great-

Gone but not forgotten. Leola Wade, sister grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

'7f May he rest in peace. Lillian Robinson, aunt Milton Brown, other relativesand

Edith Sawyer, aunt friends. Services will be

Mrs. Edna Hepburn, daughterMrs. held in the chapel Friday, Feb.
M r Willie Thompson IN MEMORIAMIn .4Ai,35gp
A .
25 at 10 a.m.MarcelJus
daughterMrs. memory ofMARGARET
Teles Gulston, sister WILDGOOSE i Green of 1495

And Family w'l NW 67th'St. died Feb. 16th.
who died Feb. 27, 1964. May :\;";,.,1.'' '> /. ,, ; t.l1:. on
-----
He is survived by his father
she rest in and
peace may LARRY OSWALD WRIGHT
Alex; seven sisters, Ruth Bell
< MRS. ETHEL FAIN CARD OF THANKSWe her.light perpetual shine about wish to express our sincere Griffin, Carrie Smith, Jimmie
thanks and appreciation for the
4 Lee Green Juanita
Jenkins
who departed this life
Feb.
the family of the late many letters, cards, telegrams Louise James, Eva Mae Green
24, 1960. John A. Ford, nephew florals and other deeds of
and Clara Bell Franklin four
;
MRS. LOUISE DAVIS Yvette Ford kindness during the death of
Will Fain, husband wish to their sincerest Ivy Ford, grandniece brothers, Bobby Lee Johnny,
express our son,
Willie and Alex. Other relatives -
Francis Braham, sister gratitude to their many, Lynette Ford Larry was the victim of an and friends. Serviceswere
Edna Samuels, Myrtle Gibson many friend: for their Floral John A. Ford III, auto accident February 5, held Sat. Feb. 12th in
Ursula Harris and Lois tributes, telegrams, cards, and grandnephewMrs. RICHARD DEVEAUX the chapel.
Davis, daughters for the many other acts of Vernon Ford, 1966.With grateful hearts we Priest

Wilbur Wilson, son kindness extended to us while sisterinlawIN thank the Rev. W. K. Smith
of
Benjamin McLeod, 1934
in Miami. Thanks again and and the youth choir of Greater Ordained Deacon
NW 42nd St. died at Jackson
CARD OF THANKS may God bless you. MEMORIAMIn New Bethel Baptist Church.A Rector of St. Peter's
American Catholic Church Memorial Hospital Feb. 17th.
The family of the late Mrs. Wilhelmena Pinkney loving memory of bors special of Opa-locka.thanks to the neigh- Miami Fla lie is survived by his widow,

FRANK WILLIAMS daughterMrs. Died February 28, 1961 Cora; two brothers, Henry and
Thanks to Mr. Lester Albert -
wish to express sincere thanksto Mercedes Gibson, and the House of Albert "Grant him, 0 Lord, eternal Robert; one sister, Mrs. Mamie
Woods other relatives and
everyone for their kind granddaughterand Funeral Home for its services. rest, and may light perpetual ;
shine him." friends. Final rites and bu-
words, letters, cards, telegrams upon
May God bless each of
I Family, ClevelandOhioIN you. rial were held in Savannah
flowers and all that The Wright Family Ga.
was done for us during the
illness and death of our loved '''
one. Special thanks to Rev. MEMORIAMIn I IN MEMORIAMIn Joe Wilfred Cardy of 1369

R. D. Brantley, officers and NW 6Sth St. died on Feb. 16th.
members of Greater Isreal sad but loving memoryof loving memory of our He is survived by his widow,
our dear son and brotherTHOMAS IN MEMORIAMIn dear brother
,
Bethel P. B. Church.We Rosa Cardy; three daughters,
loved him but God loved iJIAHHI remembrance of my IKE CARNEGIEwho Cynilia Nellie Clark, Nicey
him best. \i wife, departed this life Feb. Lee and Velia Cardy; nine
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26, 1954. grandchildren; twelve great-

Mrs. Albertha Williams, wife He is gone but is rememberedby grand children; other relativesand
Mr. and Mrs. C. Williams 44 Vn4 ;'J' GOUDON : friends. Services will be
parents who died Fehiuaiy 2.:% held on Sat. Feb. 26th in the
1WI3. The Carnegie FamilyRICHARDSON.
Miss Vera sister chapel at 1
Williams Now the Idlxxtr's task is p.m.
James Williams, brother o'er!

Barbara Jean, Elizabeth, { Now the Itittle day l is! Mrs. Marie Williams of 218
Kathrene and Clyde, children past; NW 14th Terr. Apt. 3 died at
r Now upon the farther Jackson Memorial on Feb. 17.
CARD OF THANKSWe shore Robert Lee Smith of 245 She is survived by her hus-

M Lands the voyager at last NW 11th St. died Feb. 18 in band Johnnie; two sons, Char-
the family of the late Father, In thy gracious & in Jackson Hospital. Funeral lie and Johnnie Jr.; daughter,

LUCIAMcKIEVERtake keeping i services were held in the cha- Thelma. Final rites and burial
Leave we now thy servant '
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pel Wednesday afternoon. held in
this method to thank all sleeping. were Tifton Ga.
of you who have shown your CASH JR. Mrs Jessie Poole He I is survived by one brother ,
kindness in any way In our hour who departed this life Feb. And Hetmil Gordon SsADIK DOYLEY Jessie of Frost Proof Fla.,

of bereavement. Thanks to 23. 1955. FamiliesIN one son and a host of friends FRANCIS. .
When the soft dews of whom God has taken to !including Miss Beatrice Jenkins -
neighbors and friends for kindly rest )February 28, 1961 of ..
cards, flowers, and telegramsv sleep MEMORIAM our Lord and Mrs. Elizabeth Henry. Mrs. Gladys Wilson of 1721

Special thanks to Rev. Thed- My wearied eyelids gently May her sleep he an NW 2nd Ave., died Feb. 17.
ford Johnson and the St. John' steep, I In sad, but loving mem- everlasting rest and peace Mrs. Beulah Burgess passed Services will be held Friday,
Baptist Church. Thanks alsoto Be my last thought: How wy of my dear daughter with God. Feb. 22. Funeral servicesare Feb. 25. J p.m. in the chapel.

Mrs. Range and her efficient sweet to rest md hushand Hector Doyley incomplete. Mrs. Burgess, Remains will repose in the

staff. Forever on my Savior's breast. HVIIIh !,. JOHNSON a resident of 446 NW 11th St. chapel beginning 4 p.m. Thurs-
is survived by her husband day until I funeral time. Survivors -
The Entire McKiever and Mrs. Mary Cash, mother and.I..MIS Russell, father, Dave Bell of include her mother Mrs.

Barnes Families Mrs. Mildred Dames, sister JOHNSON) IN MEMORIAMIn Lakeland, Fla; two sisters, Frances Ware; stepfather Henry -
other relatives and friends. Ware; two daughters, Edwina
OF THANKS
CARD who p.is-.t'| to the si eat loving memory of our Morris and Theodora Wilson; a
beyond I"eh. 21, 1M2! and mother and grandmother The body of Tracy Watson son, Joseph Theodore Wilson,
We tha family of the late MANKER. Feb.
27. lTr!) Their was shipped to Pughley's a step-daughter Dora Louise
JASPER O. STRACHAN charming and smiling GRACIE EDDEN KNOWLES
ways Funeral lIome, in Tampa, Fla. Cotton.
whose passing occured on Samuel Johnson of 1125 faces are a pleasure
for final rites and burial. He Mrs. Liddic
to i'('('all. Their memories who this life Febru- Powell of 350
February 2, 1966 wishes to NW 49th Street died Feb. 15. departed lived
at 3364 Plaza Ave. in NW
22nd St.
Ire Mil! with us and apt. 341, died
appreciation and Services will be held Satur- we ary 25, 1951.
express
,mNs them Coconut Grove. He is sur- Fee. 18. Services
deepest gratitude to the many day, 3 p.m. at St. Mary's W.M. mote. in ire and I can never forget that vive by his mother Mrs. Katie Thursday 3 p.m. in the were held

fmrnds and neighbors for all Church. The remains will re- dear name prizes above every Watson of Tampa, Fla. with Rev. Alfonzo chapel
kindness during our recent pose at Manker from 1 p.m. !May they rest in peace other; it is the key that un- ficiating. Survivors Mozell of-
bereavement. To those who Friday until noon Saturday. ami light perpetual shine locks the glad scenes of the three nephews include
sent beautiful flowers and Among his survivors are five upon them. past, the beautiful name of All voters who have moved in George Bradshaw Thomas Bradley -

other remembrances we shall nieces, Mesdames Marjorie Esther li Johnson, mother. the past year should call the Cemmon Hopkins. three and

be ever grateful, and we pray Roach, Elizabeth Albury, mother and wife Mrs. Ida K. Sidney, Voting Registrar's Office. Mrs. Mamie Jackson nieces, Mrs.'

God's blessing upon you one Rosetta Bethel, Helen San- Mrs Pauline 1:. Woods daughter 377-7501 Armer McBride and Mrs. Sarah
and all. field and Evon Bryant. Mrs. Ella .1. Smith Gracie Ann, granddaughter Dankins.




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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 25, 1966 13

FOR RENT 1I11111..I.II.II..III

LASiS1FIED ADS. 3 bedroom house. 2146 NW :I

58th St., fenced, solar heat, Life's Best Buys!

,,5 WORDS OR LESS 125. 5C FOR EACH 'partly furn. Adults only Deg ::
ADDITIONAL
WORD. posit required.
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON 'bedroom = NO QUALIFYING MOVE liGHT IN =

-n efficiency. 754- .
SALENO
FOR FOR SALE 0977. = CBS, enclosed front porch, carport, freshly painted .

CLOSING COSTS FOR SALESee inside and out. Near Jackson High School. $500 down,_
1414 NW 41st St. $495 down! 1 bedroom apt. $16 free elec- and month all.
have 2 'like new' 3 bed- 3 bedroom, 2 bath the luxury home that has tric. $90 pays ::
Fla Liberty Rental
CBS homes in Bunche room. everything for the discriminate Agency, .
|rk.m Awnings, awning win- no fast.qualifying Call JE ,1-6902.like new. Act buyer at 1147 NW 46th St. 7809.2020 NW 62nd st. Call 633- = NO CLOSING COSTS N I
Open for inspection Sun
vs. large yards, spotless. 1-5
Irgain at $9,500 with $200 Heart of Allapatta1\- : p.m. Ph. JE 1-6902. boom efficiency apt. .. Corner CBS, tile roof', jalousie windows, fully fenced .

Ln and $58 month. Keys at $250 down,3 bedroom,2 bath, Very-nice-- $18 free electric. Liberty yard. This is a wonderful dealt! Price is $9,800 with =
2 bdr
| Realty, Broker, 4932 NW CBS, floors-
fe CBS, schools Rental $300 down and month FHA.OUTSTANDING
buses and wood. cushion-vinyl Agency. 2020 NW 62r $56.47 .
PL 9-4371. new
Ave. Open
ny-
.
shopping Call
are at your finger lon wall to wall, wood panel St. 633-7809. .
day. tips. City water and city sewage Fla room, 3155 NW 59th Si. --- = BUY .
.Make this one your house. Terms to suit. Dr. Yaeger 7762 NW 15th Ave. 3 bedroom. .
NO CLOSING COSTS Only one FIIA mortage. $67.01mo. 759-6689. Jr." CBS 2 bath plus 2 porches. Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, Fla room, awnings, .

bedroom modem CBS in 633-0426.All apattah Real- -- ..-- Furn. or use as 2 spearate = appliances. Price is $10,500 with $350 down, $60.33 .
jry nice location. Terrazzo ty, 3517 NW 17th Ave., real These FHA Homes are Now for APt.s $28 week or monthly. month, FHA terms. Best location. .
ors, jalousie windows, awn tors. Sale. 535NW 49th St. 2 bed Greater Miami Realty, 444- .

gs, appliances, very large -- room, garage, 6133. NO CLOSING COSTS I:
rd. An outstanding buy at 4 Bedroom No Qualifying 1863 NW 88th Terr., 2 bedroom m .
2,900 with $400 down and $295 down. This one needs carport,no closing costs,Individual cottage. Call FR I N
beautiful bedroom
2 home
Very CBS
(7 month, FHA. Life Realty, repair, but your monthly pay 4512 NW 21 Ave. 2 bed, cleanno ,14620. in new area. Tile .
oker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. ment of $79 will not begin for closing costs, 1892 NW 0 roof, carport, jalousie windows, awnings, $400 down
94371. Open eveningsd 2 months. This way you can 83rd Terr. Oak floors, no i Large clean furn. room with and $74.90 month. I:
| Sundays.NO pretty it up at your leisure. closing costs. Drive by then,,all modem facilities includ- .
Move in this family home with call Fenster, Realty, Broker,,(,ing cooking. Call 754-1452. = NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN :I
QUALIFYING fenced yard today. Call 633- PL 9-8779. ---
|BS,near Jackson High School 0426. All pattah Realty. 3517 1933 NW 6th Ave. 6 room Fully furnished modern CBS home, terrazzo floors, I:

apattah. Carport, en- NW 17th Ave., realtors. South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. house. For information call = jalousie windows, appliances. Near buses, stores, .
osed front -porch freshly $9OOOtotal. $200 down.Freshly -' 751-1046 at 5 p.m. or later. schools, etc. Price is only $10,000 with $1,000 down .

ainted inside and out, largetoms. Fine neighborhood big beautiful painted. Big 100'xl25 lot. and $86 month pays all.BUNCHE .
$500 down and $85 home. 258 NW 39th St. on Owner: 373-3304. Room in private home. Liberty .

Tenth pays all. Key at Life 2 city lots. 4 bedroom, 2 baths ---- City area. PL 8-8128. = PARK BEAUTIESWe II
BRAND NEW HOMES -----
catty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th 2 kitchens, 2-car garage,
kve. PL 94371. Open Sun- jalousied porch sun deck, bedroom 3 bedrooms, 2 baths also 4 2 bedroom house. Opa-locka have 2 lovely 3 bedroom, CBS homes like newt! =
2 baths Neither $25 wk. Dixie Rental ,
ays. solar water heater air cond., home has ever been lived in. 633-2429. Agency Awning windows, freshly painted $200 down and $60 .
-- attic fan, aluminum awnings month. FHA.
_
See these 2 beauties at 1440 -- --- .
plex. Good income. 2 bed- pump and well, nylon car- NE .
152nd Ten. Only $300 Large house 2 bedroom,
[oom, 2 baths, each side. port, some fume Downpayment down to qualified buyer. No
lot NO
porch, big hot water, CLOSING COSTS =
Demeritte. Evening balance
G. $6,000 $9000.
18900. closing costs. $120
per mo. $22.50 wk. 2225 NW 59th St.
: 2355488. Mar-Dan Assoc Call owner PL 7-6573. pays all. Call 238-4023 for information Ph. FR 1-9953. Modern 4 bedroom, terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, .

realtor, HI 5-2557. ----- or better yet, come awnings, appliances. $12,900 with $400 down and :
--- Store 1046 NW 2nd Ave. call out and see them. Lovely efficiency for one $76 month.
By owner, Duplex. A one hqr FR 1-9278. Mrs. Prince. Indef.) person utilities, furs no de .

apt. and a 2 bdr apt. Garden, --- ---- posits. $20 per week. NE WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES I:
wall to wall carpeting. Both Expressway evacuees. Spe- 5-5566. I
A REAL BEAUTY VETERANS OR DISPLACED FAMILIES- $100 DOWN .
apts nicely furn. Call for ap cial CBS one bedroom duplex. J
pointment. 759-8030. $2500 down. Total $11,500 This home must be seen to be WE HAVE SEVERAL ALL CASH: BARGAINS!
in
furn. quiet
Attractive, room
Near 27th Ave and NW 67th St. appreciated with its extra ?- -_---,. -.-.. *%
---- neighborhood priced from $7 E
"
3 BEDROOM CBS 691-4668. large carport, fenced yard up. No extra charge for cook= :

$450 down and no closing ----- jalousie other features.windows Price and is many only ing. 2056 NW 5th Ct. Inquirejat Life Realty inker .
costs for lovely extra nice A 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Bonanza room 7. Phone OX 6-8099. ,
with $350 down and
CBS with huge custombuilt For large family, a beautiful $10,500 .: ,
$61 month. Life Realty Broker 9-43711
'
Fla room, carporte, tile roof CBS oak floors, sprinklers, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL Furnished apt. All utilities]1.32 NW 7th Ave. PL
and the biggest Christmastrees hugh lot, fenced in call 374-6506 or NE 4-0500.
-FHA '
and =
evenings ToolEDISON
9-4371. Open Open 7,Days Per Week ,Evenings .
in town. Oversize homein terms in choice location at Indef. '
Flamingo Village at FIIA 1770 NW 83rd Terr. A legal sundays. Would you like to leave your ...........................

valuation. Biscayne Realty, steal., Don't fail to come out Direct From Owner family free and clear home if

inc., Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Sunday. Open '1-6 p.m. and 2466 NW 91 St. you should die'? If so, call
Ave. OX 1-0262. our salesman will show you CBS 3 bedroom OX 1-0262. lnd.f.
---- around. Fenster Realty, broker $300 down $60 month
2428 NW 87th Street PL 98779. 758-8749
$300 down and $53
navment ----
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS LOVELY HOMES
per month i'th---no closingcosts Brand New!! 3 bedroom 2 Sewing machines cleaned, oiled I Specials
; a real bargain. Largelot bath, CBS, garage, built-in free belt and needle. AH Built On Your Lot or Ours

in wonderful location. features. Florida room. The work done in your home. $1.00 To Please You
Open from three to six until latest creation in building. Domestic sewing 6346242.
sold. Be sure to see 2428 NW Located 1428 NW 51st Ter. Indef LOTS FOR SALE THESE 4 OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
87th Terr. Biscayne Realty, Open Sun 1-6 P.m. Drive by
Inc. Broker, OX 10262. 9635 then call Fenster Realty, Broker. 55135-M.W. 48th Tort 1431 HW 88 STREETCBS

NW 22nd Ave. -.-PL 98779.- HELP WANTED 105-N.W.55tbi. St. tile roof, dining room, lovely home with beaut!

----- Custodian for Bunche Pool. 100x100- Trr.oM7Avt. ful screened patio and barbecue pit. $350 down FHA.

NO QUALIFYING Modem Owner BeautySee 15727 NW 22nd Ave. Call Mr. 50x 100-41st St. No closing cost.
500 down payment. No closng Williams at 696-7651.
2050 NW 96th Street 50x140$1,250Cash 1441 NW
costs, no qualifying. --- 88 STREETCBS

*Beautiful; arpe two Fla bedroom home with $400 Owner down.758-8749$72 month Exper. beautician. Full time. Fold For Lot, tile roof, dining room, fenced yard, Fla room,
room on extra Mays Beauty Salon. Call NE
arge lot with two car garage 5-3486. or NE 4-5730. Horn*!, Acreog. 2 reverse cycle air conditioners.Lovely neighborhood.FHA .


see this home call Bis- 339 NW 39th Street CABs DRIVERS. APPLYat CALL BARON JE 8-1340 365 NW 59 STREET

'ayne Realty, Inc., Broker, $300 Down CBS Society Cab office, 269 NW -iVont something nice? See this CBS, 3 bedroom, 2
635 NW 21st St.
22nd Ave. OX 1- 7588749NO
)262. bath home, Fla room, carport, tile roof. $300 down.
FHA. No closing costs.
-- CLOSING COSTS
--
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS in best For A Better Home

DELUXE CBSHOME location. Fla room tile roof 335 NW 43 STREET
jalousie windows, 2 air ccnds Buy one Built by
450 down, $72 month, and no Big heater, appliances. A bar- $300 down, FHA, no closing costs for this large home
'losing costs for this beau- gain at $12,000 with $400 HOMES INC. with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage.
1 fully maintained home. Ja- down and $69 month, FIIA SUNSHINE ,

uised Fla room, tile roof, Life Realty Broker, 4932 NW
arporte and appliances in- 7th Ave. PL 94371. Open 549 NW 50 STREET DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON :

luded. If you will work with evenings, Sundays. 420 NW 45 St Lovely CBS, 3 bedroom, I'/i bath, Fla
bedrooms 2 baths Florida kitchen
3
3 room
we will work with Bis-' ,
-
"-
you. roof
room, dining room, garage, awnings, tile FHA
ayne Realty Inc., Broker, A REAL FHA BARGAINFla built-in range and oven, utility room, swim-

635 262. NW 22nd Ave. OX 1- room tile large roof yard, stove This refrigerator ming pool, fenced-in-yard. You must see this terms.

---- nice CBS,home is only $10,500 one! Open Saturday and Sundays, 1-5 P.M. 180 NW 48 St CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage,
" with $350 down and $61 mo. $250 down. FHA terms.
50 DOWN, NO CLOSING 4001 NW 5 AVENUE
dem CBS home with terraz- Keys at Life Realty Broker, kitchen built-in 118 NW 44th Street 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Can be
0 floors 4932 Nw 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, range
and jalousie win- Sundays. sold on FHA terms. Low down payment.
,)Ws. $11,500 FHA valuation _Open__evenings- and oven, utility room, Florida room, garage,
---
n
*o8 per month. Easy to NO CLOSING COSTS total price $18,900. 6520 NW 1 Place CBS on large lot. $250 down,

lalify rms. at thise low price an,Modern CBS fenced comer lot, 491 NW 40 STREET FHA. No closing costs.
Call Biscayne Realty, windows,
tile roof, jalousie
)35 62. NW 22nd Ave. OX 1- a good buy at $9,800 with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range 1760 NW 46 Street $7500 total. $2100 cash down'
$63 month.
down and $56 month. FHA
$300
-- and oven utility room, Floridp room, total
Broker, ,
bedroom Key at Life Realty 2001 NW 83rd Terrace $56.68 pays everything. CB:
house. CBS air 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 price $18,500.WE .
'nl. chain link fence all 4932 NW Sundays. $8900 total. Only $970 down, no qualifying.WE .
und.. R-2 lot. 5515 NW 6th Open evenings, BUILD ON YOUR LOT WITH NO MONEY
/e. $67 mo. shown by apuruf ------- DOWNWELLINGTON I ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
lntment.. 'AJ\7-tn: .. CUSTOM BUILT
ju. jnul Deluxe N.W. section home BEING DISPLACED $100 DOWN

---- with oversize rooms, tile roof S. L ARE YOU VETERAN $100 !JOIN
IROWN
'ention!! Church groups tha and carport. FHA valuation of ,
ive to relocate. Have new with $400 down and
'Hiding large enough for 75 $76$13.000 per month. If you will Reg. Real Estate Broker EDISON REALTY Realtors
fibers, can also be in work with us, we will work ,

>uded 8779.me. Good Ask for for kindergarten deal.Murray.Call PL in-Inc.with 9635 you.NW Biscayne 22nd Avd.Realty OX-, 4602 NW 7 AVE 754-3061 I 175 rN.cr( St 751.244lTHE

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday., February 25, 196
;t.

ooopoooooooooooooooocxteen's. | Carver YMCA Teach the Negro to Believe in HimselfTallahassee

r Activities The need Inferiority." the internationally distinguished
>
'" for Negro Americans "to believe historian asked as he cited
"Negro history in
a sensean
potpourriBy CONVENTION DELEGATE in themselves" was antidote to the concept of the neglect of the history of

.. \ < ,. v NAMED underscored here Tuesday, Negroes in the United States." the history of'the "black,
Feb. 15 by Dr. Charles Wesleyin the speaker declared, in brown and yellow people link .

BetrithelKi.E.. DIM Jefford A. Smith vice' his address for the 1966 ,pointing out that the need for i,ed indefinably to Africa and
f chairman of the Board of Ma- Negro History Week convocation for belief in themselves as'bt the almost indefinably term,
of the at Florida A&M Univer- 'Negro.'
t nagement Carver YMCAwas members of 'an ethnic group
500OOOOOOOOOOCOCOOOOOCToday named to represent the sity.The that has made worthwhile con-
students are becoming more and more involved branch at the annual conference director of research for tributions to the ongoing ot '
BROWNSVI LLE'
in crime and the ratio of crimes committed by of the Southern Area association to Study of Negro society and civilization is JR.

teenagers is rapidly increasing. Students are fightingmore Council, convening at the New Life and.History, Washington, basic, unmet need of Negro HIGH PARENTS MEETThe
and using dangerous'weapons wore than'ever be-: Moriott Morot Hotel in Atlanta, D. C., and president emeritusof Americans.

fore. They are causing a great confusion within our Georgia, Thursday through Central State University. "Do we believe in our- principal of Browns-
Saturday, March 3-5. Xenia, Ohio, Dr. Wesley spoke crushed, ville Junior High School requests -
selves we
are
or
schools, home and community. Not only are the boys ,
on the sublect,"Negro History the attendance of all
Mr. Smith, by occupation is defeated by attitudes
frustration,
in and criminal but the
acts
participating fights so are Racial
associated with the Atlanta and the concept of of others towards us?" parents and guardians of 7th,
girls. They are almost as much involved as the boys.
Life Insurance Company. He, 8th and 9th grade students 'ata .
Instead of keeping good records, students are get- has served as,a. member of th'e' meeting of vital' importanceMarch
ting more and more'careless of their good manners. Board of Management) for: 11 Bethuiie-Cookman Interns 3. at 7:30 p.m. The purpose

Even as young people it does not matter or evidentlywe years and has made an im- of this meeting is to

do not care about the great effect this will have on pressive record. He has serv- acquaint parents with the edu-
our future. A great deal of the activities we participatein ed as chairman pf the House Assigned to Dade cational guidance bulletins.

will demand! proof of our past records. Committee since the association informing parents of the required -
has been located in its and elective courses
When we become involved in these crimes our
present site. lie has also directed Sixty-one Bethune-Cookman not confirmed);, Billy Long offered to students next school
school is publicized and the school gets a bad name College students will be plac-
physical
both residence education Miami
and ,
and especially the person involved. ed in 11 Florida counties as Northwestern year.Counselors
High and
weekend camps .and earned ; Shirley P. teachers
Many people fight for revenge, while others want 'laurels in member production.Mr. interns in their respectiveareas Smith, Elem. Ed., Miami, Lib- will be available and eager to
their friends to see how strong they are. However, in Smith also represents the of education it was an- erty City Elem.; Henry Young, give parents general informa-
any case, you are more hurt at the end than anyone Carber Branch on the Boardof nounced by James R. Green, EJem. Ed., Opa-locka, N. B. tion and guidance regarding

else. You bring disgrace to your family, school, and,, Directors of the Young director Education of Interns, Division of Young Elem.Join. subject selections. An interesting

community when you violate the law. In many cases Men's Christian Associationof at Bethune. program is being plan-

you may be injured during the fight, which may be Greater Miami.CAMPAIGN ned for all interested: parents
detrimental or even fatal. The prospective internsare theNAACP and guardians, so do not fail

When we want others to see us, it does not make PROGRESSThe : Catherine Bryant, Elem. to attend!
Ed., to be placed
at Dunbar
sense that we fif&t. The most important,and intelligentway Carver section of the .. ..
Elementarv Dnria .U..W,Atiict........ ..
for a person to be outstanding is let others see Miami YMCA Wagon Train- Elem. Ed., from Miami, to be
how well he is able to get along with people and to portraying the progress of
placed at Bethune Elementary ._ .... .. ,
,
'V
-- "-- '"" -'"--' '" .f ;
demonstrate his intelligence. Then he is setting an "Operation Breaktrhough"is -' Janie Rowe, English from I .'
NEED A BALLROOM OR 'HAlL?
making slow 'but steady ; ;
him.
example and others undoubtedly will notice Chattanooga, Tenn., to beJ ; ;
Too often that bullies or show offs are really nice progress.At the halfway mark, placed .Northwestern. Highf :.. ,, DAN.CE-HEDDING-PRIVATE PARTY?..,*';;
"
people and have been influenced or forced to partici- the chart shows that we' have Rosilyn Smith. I'EJ em. Ed., '"" LIBERALRENTALARRANGEMENTS "'
accomplished 25% of our member from *
pate in gangs. However this, influence has already seta Chattanooga, Tenn., to t;
others. So he objective but only 10% of bd placed at Allapattah Elem. t ,' AIR,, CONDITIQNEDifjI
bad reputation; and, he wants to spoil < :: : ::
the cash. The campaign officially School ,. .
jumps on the best person he is able to find who he ; Madelyn Squire, Elem. : < ,
ends on March 10, but Ed., from Miami, to be placedat j''tWk'iCLUI': t'>1i
knows will in '
give easily. ,
according to Alex Brooks, Bethune Elementary : : "
.One of the complaints that is made by our studentsis section boss-Carver will ; Max- AVENUE ;: '
con- ine Hawkins, Elem. Ed., from :Lwi: : GRAND .'.
not enough social activities. But yet we do not know tinue until victory is achieved. Miami at Richmond Elemen- r;(;( t f', :,

how to accept the few that we presently enjoy. Most All workers are. asked to report tary; Brenda Harrison, Elem. '" fy i {"IIererege'. ;: .r'c'i' ;: ,Available'nnppp ,J Jat

likely others will want to see us functioning well be- by Thursday of teach i I Ed., from Miami (place not I ALL:': C'II E. : ; :i : ;fi1'i' )i:'. .}..' 1443 6&11
fore they give us better and more activities. This is week so that our results keep confirmed) Charlene Knowles, : '; ';; 'I't\I';' "' >.... ':.iioJl:: ,0\1\\ '
pace with actual production. Elem. Ed., Miami, (placement I tj' >I1! ,. Mar.,4 i
show "
just the opposite of what we are doing. We are not ,, .
ing them in any way that we know how to appreciate

what we have and be benefited.We .
are the future Americans and we must start now \ ,'

4 while we are young to have a good society. Unless we / *

begin now, it is hardly possible that we will be good e ONLY ,
leaders in the future.

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Homes Estates ,1

Metro Recreation News Liberty


We had winter windy winds First and 2nd grade girls :*: offers you so much value

last week and the winds were pick-up stick contest. Colin-
whistling for somebody to take thia Odom, Joann Wallace and
advantage of their cry. Hereat Gwendolyn Thomas. Conducted :

James E. Scott Center the by Miss McConnell. j '
3rd and 4th grade boys and First and 2nd grade boys
3' 4 j
BEDROOM HOMESwith
their leader took the call of horse shoe contest: Jimmie
the winds by having a kite Craig Carlton Fosher, Ronald
j flying contest. There were Craig.
I three divisions for judging the Third and fourth grade
I kites. girls rubber horse shoe tour
t The most prettiest kite: nament: Thomasena Lee, Mau- such features
Gerald Harris, Norman Bent- true Thomas, Wendy Davis. outstanding as
ley and Charles Mclntosh.
Fifth and sixth grade girls
Fastest kite in air: Gregory pick-up stick tournament: De-

and Donald Strickland Simmons., Gerald Harris lores Thompson, Sadie Dug- SOLID SODDED LOTS

gins, Carolyn Ect or.
The kite that does the most
'
tricks: Norman Bentley, Ger- Last Wednesday night the f!
ald Harris and Donald Sim teen girls had a round table
discussion on the World of
mons.The kite that goes out the Teenagers. Some of the topicr.

fastest: Norman Bentley, Ger- included were,'education, social I
ald Harris, Donald Simmons. success and their neigh-

The following mixed activities hood.M..
were also held: Gray, reporter.

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writer, before Cassius every won the heavy. ginning Golf are now being Miami-Dade the Continuing
This .
Liston had lots of for ;i Education Department of Junior College.
title from Sonny praise :_. "
igbt Seven classes are being organized on North Campustwo
1 was one of the very few sports writers who ; :\ : non-credit with
'''.. I. /"[. on South Campus. All are courses,
his ." :.,'/". '
covered
Ued him to win. I training daily until ." '.1.t classes meeting for two-hour sessions once weekly.
.
I fight. He did a lot of talking at the time. This, to ... The North Campus schedule calls for classes on
publicity stunt, which did not help the Wednesdays, beginning
[idea was a 'WeI"--. Mondays, beginning March 7;
,* too well. It was one of the poorest turnouts for :; .. '.' ,l"i; ;', March 5. Monday and Wednesday classes will be held

title in a decade. Why I am writing this, there is ,, ,!!" ." from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Three
: :
.
Lays a time when you open your big mouth too of- classes will be held'On Saturdays: 8 to 9:30 a.m., 10 to

| clay had to apologize to the Illinois Boxing Com 11:50 a.m., and 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
n. classes will be conducted on Tues-
South
Campus
when the Illinoisked
The action came Gov. of
jission. days, beginning March 8, and Thursday, beginning March
Commission to consider its decision to liaise
; the 10. Both will meet from 7:30 to 9:20 p.m.
the bout to go on. His excuse for this was that I Registration for North Campus must be ma4e in
had made some unpatriotic statements and was --- --- Continuing Education office, Scott Hall,
lay 1 Allen 6-8 freshman forward dropped in 30 person at the
sgusting. At the same time you have to give credit Johnny 11380 NW 27th Ave. South Campus registration is being
here it's due. He is a great fighter and will hold the points Tuesday night to lead Bethune-Cookman to 92- handled by the Continuing Education office Palmetto
State College and set a new
Savannah
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school record of 619 points and he still has two games . .
igbt. remaining to play. The previous record of 592 pointsin

ISEBALL SEASON IN SIGHT a season was set by Calvin Johnson in 1963. Raymond Wilcox, Carver High's first All-City
footballer, will attend Florida A&M this fell Carver

Spring training has begun, with the pitchers and Coach Traz Powell said Monday his 170-pound line-
atchers all reporter at their camps. Preparing to get Now At TI.SUt1QIWe. backer had accepted a football grant-in-aid to A&M and

a shape. The Orioles have 20 pitchers and 4 catchersn that Coach Jake Gaither would be here this week to

camp at present. Managers, coaches and all person- sign Wilcox. Powell also said that Carver's 195-pound

tel are ready for action. While making my rounds at halfback Ollis Carson had narrowed his choice of

he Springs Baseball Golf Tournament I conversedith schools to Purdue, Michigan and Florida A&M.
quite a few national league pitchers who are participating -

and wish for their names to be withheld.They -

inform tie that Frank Robinson, the new addition to

the Orioles, may break quite a few records in the Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

American League. We hope so. The rest of the players .

all report March 1st. We hope this is their year for "MR. JACK" j

the pennant. Next week we will list all exhibitiongames. i STYLES FOR ron ALL ACES

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They believe this will,break all'records-for participants EveryNittir3 icI .....
Entering in this tournament. The winner at ,

Tampa was James Black, 2nd was Cliff Brown, and 3rd r

was last year's winner here, Nathaniel Starks. Starkswho
From diapers to diplomas--
served two in the U.S. Army and is now and
years for |
children i I look fo you support
Your
and is
raringto
shape
iischarged, says he feels in great r
go. This tournament started while we were at press. education.
EXTRA ADDED Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give
J I understand Jackie Robinson and J ill) Brown are in
need.
own for it. So is Joe Louis and women champ of last \1t CURLEY ALL'ENi the help you < i" '

year' Ann Gregory. Here's a coincidence which occured i\ .' : ",.;
while making my rounds and interviewing some of the ON DRUMS .SEE'A., ; ,
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ontestants; appearing in the tournament. There were 4* /-

wo brothers who are entered and had not seen or heardf SUNDAY AFTERNOON JAM SESSION 3 P.M. 'i, CENTRALREPRESENTATIVE, '

one another in nine years. They were Velman Gurly, .. -
.1-
6. from Conn and William Gurly 24, from Akron, Ohio, TODAY

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( f4% ou ers ObservunceutJAMUMarch.J113: a i

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t i.. Tallahassee Florida A&M teopathlc Medicine. She studied voice under Mme. panded rapidly. The present Tb tab' irs Si
University will have Foun. Jame (Jack) Gant, spec- Marion Freschl at the Julliard site is spread over nearly 400
ders March 11-13. The theme ialist in secondary education School of Music in New York. acres of land. This does not
.. for the three-day observancewill Florida State Department of FAMU was founded by con- include an additional $7,990- '
be "Forward with FAMU." Education will be the Guest stitutional provision and legislative 000 of physical building and -
f w The observance will be speaker for the luncheon in enactment in 1887 as improvements either under' "
highlighted by an all-univer the University Commons at the Colored Normal School. construction or on the drawing t CAN YOU'
sity convocation luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Saturday. HC is a Since then the school has ex board. :
pilgrimage to the graves of Florida A&M graduate and alsoa
founders resting in Tallahassee graduate of Indiana Univer- { QUALIFY?? "
and. the Founders' Ob- sity.Rev. Uitimltt fHrmorinl stark ;*': ) I
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servance vespers. M. O. Miles dean of ., .
The speaker for the students at FAMU, will be the
convo-
You do Not have to own Grove Space In LINCOLN '\
cation to be held in Lee Hall speaker for the vesper program. MEMORIAL PARK, 3801 NW 46 ST. to bury loved ;, CBS 2-3-4 BedrooN

Auditorium Friday, March 11, lie graduated from Florida A on.*. Just Tell your funeral director this Is your wish.It ..." ., A),
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t at 11 a.m. will be Dr. LeonardW. and .M and Ohio State Uni ver- will b. don*. :.r"I'I' ';, I' +- 't.p" 'oIt!J ;
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