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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43. No. 28 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 11, 1966 20 PAGES 15*

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pN rights and ministerial School officials said that Brant said his office received
organizations in Jacksonville the absentees cost the county reports that some
staged a boycott of public 1410,000 on Monday and children were sent home after I
schools Monday and Tuesday $58,800 on Tuesday in state they arrived at school by their
dramatize: their complaints and federal contributions.T. teachers.
about segregation.
Protest leaders had asked
the 90.000 whi te students along
with the 30,000 Negro pupilsto
stay at home. More than I Fy
16,500 participated. Las'' sF 1 t
year, a similar boycott wa I
widely supported. g I tr

I rln k Wendell P. Holmes, head
e of the Citizens committee fora
better Education in Duval ,
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County, said "This protestwas F 1 '" I
called because for two "
years we have been unable to dir
get any response from the
School I Board on our com-
plaints."

CLAY STILL TALKING Times photographer Jay Baker caught Cassius Clay Only 135 Negroes attended -
white schools in the
with his mouth open (as usual) at a party at the Hampton House during the recent he said. county,

North-South Golf Tournament. Shown left to right are Cleveland fullback Jim Brown, "This is one half of one .
pepsi-Cola's Chris Conner, Roz Hill, Muhammad Ali and Sandra Dozier. Roz and per cent," he said"comparedto B *..&-
Sandra are local models.DESEGREGATE. 22 per cent in Dade County CALVIN JENNINGS LEO ADDERLY
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.and 19 per cent in Pinellas
County and so on." Join Urban Leaaue Staff :
I OR LOSE FEDERAL $ Negroes were taken by bus - -
20 miles from their homes to a Willard Fair, executive position as Associate Direc-
Negro school, in one instance, director of the Greater Miami tor in charge of Job Develop-
The federal government an- with systems of separate, ticipation in Medicare pro- he said, passing many white Urban League, announced 1 ment and Employment and I
nounced a new "get tough"' white and Negro schools,,. grams starting in July. schools along the way. the appointment of Messrs. Education'and Youth Incentives
policy Monday aimed at which authorities say is th' Moving beyond all former He said Negroes are also,Calvin Jennings and Leo Ad- I
speeding racial desegration of result of the "freedom ol f f restrictions, one section of the seeking equality in curriculum 'deny as Associate Directorof Serving as the administrator 1
public schools, hospitals and choice" plan that is populai r law provides for a cut-off of and equipment at schools. the agency and Director ol and coordinator of a #.
,F nursing, homes under threat of. in the South.. "_. ,federal aid in any local activity Meeting in Washington of Project ENABLE, respec-, special Project ENABLE is I
t. withdrawal of federal aid. Hospital s were furthei where racial discrimination
Friday with assistant U.S. tively.Mr.. Leo Adderly. Adderly, a native I
warned that if they refused tc' Is practiced. Education Commissioner David Jemings, a native of Miamian and a graduate }
The Department of Health, comply with nondiscriminatory Rep. Adam Clayton Powel' Seeley, representatives of the Lake Wales, Florida, is a of Howard University Law 'v\
Education and Welfare made rules, they not only will I (D., N.Y.), chairman of the two groups urged that federal graduate of Florida A&M Uni- School, is not new to the Urban
public the guidelines de- lose current federal aid but t l House Education and Labor funds be withheld from Duval versity and a former employeeof League's Voter Education
signed to deal more forcefully! will be barred from participa-. Committee told newsmen the Board
County unless schoolroom integration the Cleveland of Campaign. He and a staff of
proposal did not cover enough is speeded and "de Education, Cleveland, Ohio. eight registered 10,000 Negro
I Fire in Downtown Slum AreaFire ground. plorable physical conditions Fair feels that Jennings' ex- voters. This herculean effort
Powell said he wouldyress corrected." periences. gained as an ed- won him the title "Miracle
his own legislation, recently Ish Brant, Duval county I ucator and as an employee Worker."
started in the back of time to She is reportedto I
escape. introduced that would offer school superintendent, re- :for community action for Mr. Adderly is married and
have lost all of her personal l
duplex at 365-C NW 13th St. extra funds to schools to ported that 16,670 of the 'youth Cleveland, Ohio, more resides at 5333 NW 29th Ct.
Tuesday, but the blaze was belongings. achieve classroom integration 30.000 Negro students in the I than qualify him for his with his wife Mercelee.
quenched before it could do Fireman said the cause of f
in the next four years. After county were marked "absent"
extensive damage. The back the fire has not been deter that, all federal aid would be Tuesday and that 518 less than 9Ww
mined. In less than two months t
room and porch were gutted. local
withdrawn from any sys- that number did not attend
Mrs. Ruth Bullard, who 12 persons have met death asa ,
ten with schools where the school Monday. He said that
result of fire in the down
lived at the address was tak- 4
ratio of white and Negro reports that some Negro Mi : V
ing a nap, was awakened in town Central Negro community.. students differs more than 20 teachers had played an.activ /
per cent from that of the entire part in the classroom boycottwas u L! zn

VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVEAn enrollment. being investigated.


all out community voter registration drive has

been launched here to make every qualified Negro in CORE Promises I

Dade County a registered voter. Civic and fraternal or-

ganizations, churches, schools, social clubs and Individual -
citizens have been asked to get out and knockon Nationwide, BoycottsFloyd

doors and take prospective voters to the neighbor-
hood registration precincts.Next McKissick, successor that chain store is approximately "
Na- 200 cities where we
to James Farmer as
Sunday March 20th has been designated as
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tional Director of the Congressof have CORE chapters, then
Voter Registration Sunday in all local churches. Minis- Racial Equality, said in our action should be concertedon
ters will be asked to center their sermons around the New York sunday that his a national level."

importance of registering vote. Northwest Miami Jay- organization plans to coordinate
cees will distribute literature to all churches outliningthe its economic boycotts on McKissick said CORE'S
a national level. plans include establishing $,
qualifications and to
listing places register.
The new director said, consumer cooperatives. A pilot
Effective March 14 to 26 the following offices "When one chapter was a project is underway in North
will be open for voter registration Mondays, Wednes- problem, say in Milwaukee' withX Carolina where a family can
days, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and chain store, and we know join a cooperative for $10.

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
FOR THE SECTION NORTH OF 79th STREET:
Northside Shopping Center, North Plaza Arcade, 7900 I I J Negro Newspaper Week: '--,1"1I'1.1l"= r / .:!... ..'41 .

NW 27th Avenue; First Baptist Church of Bunche PREPARE FOR BENEFIT MENTAL HEALTH BALL 'II
Park, 15700 NW 22nd Avenue.
SECTION BETWEEN NORTH 79th STREET AND Set for March 13-79 Mrs. W. Willard Wirtz, (center) wife of the Secretary -

SOUTHWEST 71st STREET: James E. Scott (Housing of Labor, is assisted by Mrs. Hobart Taylor,

Project Community Building, 7200 NW 22nd Avenue; "The Negro Press: The the 139th anniversary' of the (left) wife of the Director of the Export-Import Bank,
Neal's Super Market, 4825 NW 27th Avenue; Liberty Light of Freedom" is the Negro press in the United and Mrs. George L-P Weaver, (right) wife of the Assis-
Square Housing Project Community Building, 6305 NW theme of the 1966 National States on March 16. tant Secretary of Labor for International Affairs, in

14th Avenue; Dew Drop Inn Pharmacy, 3727 Grand Negro servance Newspaper, which will week be cele-ob- rounds The week's the March observance 16 (1827)sur- preparations for the "Bal du Futur", to be held at the

Ave, Coconut Grove; Hutcheson Realty Co., 5178 NW brated simultaneously by some publication date of "Freedom Washington Hilton Hotel on March 18th.
17th Avenue, and Central Life Insurance Co., 178 NW 133 Negro newspapers throughout Journal," New York, the first The amual Ball of the Future is for the benefit of

14th Street. the country during the period Negro newspaper to be pub- the D. C. Association for Mental Health and proceedswill
SECTION SOUTH OF SOUTHWEST 71st STREET: March 13-19, according to lished in the United States. be used to staff a mental rehabilitation center for
South Miami Fire Station, 6130 Sunset Drive, South Emory O. Jackson chairman During the week, NNPA
the winners of the District of Columbia. Mrs. Wirtz is Chairman of the
National will
Negro NewspaperWeek announce
Miami; Richmond Heights Drugs Store, 14638 Lincoln
committee, and editor, the Ruswurm awards, memorializing Ball's Advisory Committee, Mrs. Taylor and Mrs.
Boulevard; Cutler Ridge Regional Shopping Center, Birmingham World. the publisher of Weaver are committee members.The ':JI"
Community Center Building, 20239 South Dixie High
the first'paper, John B. Rus-
Wirtz is
dessert about to be sliced by Mrs.
way, Goulds; Office of Robert Conway, Constable The observance is annually swurm-who had distinction of
District sponsored by the National be Golden Souffle Glaze, shaped into a bell, the symbolof
4, 634 Perrine Avenue, Perrine; and Office of being the first Negro to
EOPI, '731 North Lucy Street, Florida City. If further Newspaper Publishers association graduated from an American the National Health Association, by Chef William
information is needed, call 377-7501. which commemorates college. Fleisehmann of the Washington Hilton. \

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Cola Company, Atlanta, Ga., and the Coca-Cola Bot- NAACP Head
tling Company of Miami, pioneer co-sponsors of the

Miami North-South Golf Tournament,were on hand again Urges Floridans
during the recent sports spectacular held in Miami. In I
the above shots are scenes from the tournament involving Continue Fight ? tihi1ftFLiIfti

Coca-Cola and its representatives. Top left

photo shows Mrs. Myrtle Patterson Hudgins,New York, Kivic Kaplan national
receiving trophy as five-time winner of the women's president of the National As-
division of the tourney. From left are her husband, sociation for the Advancementof business when'
William Colored people has called you are:
Hudgins, president, Freedom National Bank, on NAACP leaders in Floridato
NYC, Moss H. Kendrix, the Coca-Cola Company, N-S "continue their efforts in
Founder Ray Mitchell, Mrs. Hudgins, Herman A. Sch- making the Civil Rights Law
wecke, Jr., NYC, and Dr. Ira 'P. Davis, N-S executive become a reality rather than a
director, Miami. Among the "came-for-the-ride" visitors talking peace. "Mr. Kaplan SPECIAL DISCOUNT .
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph "Ziggy" Johnson (he's addressed a luncheon meetingof TO TEACHERS! .

the noted showman and columnist from Detroit), who tive the committee Florida NAACP in St. execu-Petersburg ROOSEVELT LOWER CLOSING COSTS
are non-golfers, second photo, while at far right is 3- recently. ;
: SAVINGS fs"tlATiON "JIV"
time pro winner, Lee Elder, Washington, D. C. In cen- "The bullets in the Fight :

ter panel are, from left, Herman Dubois, NYC, player for Freedom are dollars and "" .
representative for the Professional Golfers Association, cents," he said. "We cannot NEW SAVINGS HOURSTailored rr 1
To Your NeedsMondayT..dayW.dno.doyThursday
Mr. Kendrix, UPGA public relations director, who in deposit applause and slaps on .
next shot the back in the banks. We .
examines club that is promoted by holder Ted
Rhodes, Nashville. Mrs. Ann Gregory, 1966 women's must drive continue for more.and to carry more on mem-the 9.30 a m.to 4.00 p.m. O

champ, Gary, next, signs in with Mr. Kendrix for hole- berships as well as contribu- Friday .
in-one contest, sponsored by the Coca-Cola Company. tions from those who are our 9 30 a.m. lo. e 00 p.m. .

Also seen signing in is PGA touring pro Pete Brown, friends and who believe in Saturday
9 00 a m la NoonACCOUNTS ,
Los Angeles, with Mr. Schwecke, who supervised con-
test. From left, bottom pictures, are Dr. Davis, N-S : FundA :
'INSURED TO "'.000 BY AN
tournament director, Miami, Mr. Kendrix Don Perkins, AGENCY FEDERAl GOVERNMENT

NYC, J se Louis, Los Angeles, former N-S champ, and OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT : :: : HOME That :
Mrs. Muriel E. Kendrix, who was registrar for the hole-
in-one contest. At right is Mr. Kendrix, whose Washington Office space for Insurance,
" D.C. Atlanta, Ga., public relations firms, real state, or hop, snack, : :: e :

handle promotions for the Coca-Cola Company. 54246 undry. Call evenings 759-5221 or morning or CE .. You Love ?

until, 9 a.m. or call at 4208 .
c NW 7th Aye. for information. S Then don't hesitate us about the
REGISTER TO VOTE NOW!! to see .
$60 per month on rent orleol.
) THE BOOKS ARE OPEN. .. Ora D. Taylor, Realty.SACRIFICE financing. .

S Rates are reasonable, closing costs are :
understand
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S Service is prompt. :

SKIN DISEASES BEAUTIFULCBS DUPLEX I. There is no obligation in talking .

A new approach to trtot- Only $15,000--$450 Down things over. Stop in. .

mint and me die oil'en 5 bedroom/ 2 both, rental
based on specialized This .it a nice neighborhood by owner. $8,500 with 6p.r : :
Close to schools,
blood and I cent interest $500 ROOSEVELTSAVINGS
laboratorytests. hopping and bI.... Two down.
Also genetol prac bedrooms each opt., tale
tice. roof, corner lot. Drive by
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DR. H. HAAG evenings and Sunday MU 8013 NW 14 PLACELot
8-3852. Size 50x97 : Miami's 100% integrated savings institution :
PL 7-7234 R.A. Mueller, RealtorPL
1-2401 IEdison Fin ncial Center 6015 N. W.7th Avenue Miami, Florida '154'45 1m

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youth group from the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was invited to the Biscayne vernor, on tneir youm peens, oetore deciding which one they'will give volunteer ser-
Terrace to a Banquet Dinner given by the Scott Kelly for Governor's Committee vice to support.
After the dinner hour, they were told of the many interesting plans for the youth of Shown in top picture are Machell Moss, Alva Brown, Lindy Williams, Willa Bell
Florida if Scott Kelly should be elected Governor of Florida. Other interesting plans Randolph, Floyd Young, Mr. Clarence Edwards, administrative assistant and Mrs.
on the local level were mentioned. Mattie Squire, president of Philos Friends of Sigma. In the bottom picture are Miss
The group of youth is anxious to hear the plans of all the candidates for go Sherry Brezin, Betty Williams, Ruth Williams Alicia Scott, Helen Richardson, Jo
Ann Forte and Judy Seymour. House of photography photo.


Small Business Development .
OUR
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Center Approved Here CLASSIFIEDADS

The books are open ;
"Once the loan is made
A Small Business Developnent -
Center, second of its our job begins in earnest," BRING RESULTS
rind established in Florida Simms said. "One of our pri-
ender the Economic Opportunty mary responsibilities is to
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Act, has been approved 'make' sure new businessmenget'
"or Dade County.' the.' kind of managerial For Your Printing or Office Supply
The new SBDC venture help that will make"their bus-
;part of Dade's Economic Opportunity iness succeed."
Program Inc., makes k Managerial counselling will Problems, Just Call "
available long-time, low inter- be provided by the SBDC staff, :'i>
est loans to poor persons seek. members of SCORE (Senior BROWER PRESS .
ing to establish or expand Corps of Retired Executives) i I
small businesses. and local businessmen. DADE COUNTY'S COMPLETE ,
Tampa is the only other BUSINESSSMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE +
city in Florida with a program 1
seeking to develop small new
business in poverty areas. PRINTING MIMEOGRAPHING
Robert Sims, 38-year-old director Robert Simms
of Dade's SBDC program tune pianos by the Florida GFCICE.SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT
had his work all cut out Council of the Blind, but has OFFICE FURNITURE OFFSET
when he took over the reins been able to borrow enough !
several weeks ago. money to set up shop, Sims ART SUPPLIES RUBBER STAMPS, etc
"The first job was to con-
tact about three hundred people said.To qualify applicants must 12365 WEST DIXIE HWY.
who made loan inquiries before reside in Dade'County and expect BROWER
the SBDC for this area was to do business here. PL 9-8877 DAVID
approved," Sims explianed.In Maximum income permitted to
the first week of opera- qualify depends upon family
tion, Sims, with the help of income and family size, Sims HERE'S PROOF YOU'LLLIKE
four assistants, interviewed said.
OUR PRINTING:
75 persons and contacted more
Applicants are reviewedand
than 100 others. ruled upon by a 14 mem-> PROfILE OF
Helping just one person ber screening committee (which Quality Job; Budget Price
get together necessary infor- may be expanded later) (citizens -
mation to make application for who have backgrounds No Job Too Large or Small w
a loan can be time consum- in business and commercial BONDED RENTAL
ing," Sims pointed out. "But financing or who Ii yes in pov- Deadlines Met on Time
we've mal e good progress and
I think we'll be out of the areas.Once approved by this com- Satisfaction Guaranteed
woods shortly on this back- mittee applicants, go to the AGENCY INC.
back!
and our customers come
log. Small Business Administration ,
So far, 35 people have met for further evaluation. The
preliminary requirements and SBA is charged with makingthe Miami Times
are getting help in preparing actual loan, which may not THE LARGEST RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT HOUSING
applications. Among them is a I exceed $15,000 with 15 yearsto SOUTH. OPERATING IN DADE AND
IN THE
AGENCY
blind man who was trained to repay. FOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS -
BROWARD COUNTIES. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE

I '. :- ,1'f' THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS. THE HON. L. L. BROOKS,
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Jack Fiery is the supervisor of Bonded1 Coconut Grove, Perrlne,

. Goulds, Homestead areas, with headquarters at 3801 Grand Ave. His telephone
. number Is 4451381. He has a staff of office personnel and collector to service the

. tenants and clients. FOR BETTER SERVICE. Call Bonded.

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: M.T.A. CENTRAL DIVISION SCORES 12 ACCIDENT FREE DAYS

. Setting new safety records, operators of Metro Transit Authority's Central Division Bonded Rental Agency Inc.
p logged twelve accident-free "no report" days during late January and early

. February. The effort represented perfect driving during a 90,000 mile exposure. ..
M.T.A. officials held a coffee-donut party for all members of the division in re-
. 4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-8733
cognition of the outstanding achievement. Enjoying the "coffee-break" are operators -
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r (left to right) John H. Uhdal, Richard H. McGinnis and Henry Williams Larry, .1
Clinton E. Phillips and David Leroy Williams. M. T. A. Executive Secretary DavidJ. .

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tapped training and talent.

The Chicago school system, for example, has FROM WHERE I SITBY

I engaged off-duty policeman, mailmen, and airline hostesses -
I with college degrees as substitute teachers. BILL McBRIDE

The Chicago Police Department, with 243 college gra-

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publish., duates in its ranks, has cooperated by authorizing its Some Questions
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor men to moonlight up to 20 hours a week. In other city on

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. City Editor school systems, college-educated homemakers are School
Integration
Member of the Notional N.wipop.r Publishers Association being sought as teacher aides. \.

.SUBSCRIPTION . commend it if pursuedin '\ in Dade
RATES d. Moonlighting has much to County??
ONE YEAR $5.00'-'SIX; MONTHS $3.00 should be encouraged, however, _
. "., .fOR' IG'N. $6.00 moderation. It not Since the one-sided desegregation started in the
when it prevents the hiring of qualified unemployed
Entered a. Second CIa. Motter Nor under pressing demands, shoulda Dade County school system, how many Negro teachers
August 9, 1927 at the Post persons. except
Office at Miami, Florida, under the. act of March 8, 1876 person moonlight when it means denying himself have been hired in the system, 1%, 2%, or 3%? What
in civic affairs, colleges have been contacted by the Dade.
0"'c.' nf 6740 NW IStfr Anu time to study, think, and participate County
Phone OX 1.0..21 or perhaps paint a ,picture.! We ,might expand the defini-, School Personnel Departmentto secure 'qualified
tion .0tm opUgnting to include such unpaid but useful Negro teachers? Does a score,of'500 bn'the National
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CAN. YOU" VOTE. ? ARE, YOU. .REGISTERED. ?.. activities.. ;- Teachers Examination (NTE), imply or prove that you

are a good or potentially: good teacher? Is this measure
Statistics issued by Metro Voting Registrar show Christian Science MonitorBRIMMER'S
ing device truly adequate for measuring a teacher's
410,739 registered voters in Dade County. Of,these,
sincere interest in children, a teacher's ability
one out of every ten might lose his right to vote in the r to help
children develop significantly in all areas, a teacher's
May primaries according to Registrar Martin Braterman.He APPOINTMENT HAILED BY NEGROES
dedication to the profession and a teacher's
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said 46,261 voters have failed to respond to no- ability to
tices telling them they will be purged from the rolls President Johnson during the short period whichhe understand and cope with the non-academic problemsthe

unless they notify registration officials. None of them has occupied the White House, has appointed more children bring?
have voted in recent elections, under state law those Negroes to major positions than probably all of the Is there any other profession that allows their

who did not vote during the past two years names couldbe other presidents combined. The President has done professional people to qualify for a position by satis-

dropped, however, if they respond to the notices, this with such regularity that any further praise of him fying a National Testing Group, rather than a state
the electors are restored to the rolls. editorially might seem redundant. The fact reamins group? What is the significance of a score of 500 on the

Of 66,924 notices mailed this year, only 19,763 however, that his continuing to reward Negro ability is NTE? Why not 100, 200, or 800? Does it mean that a
have returned cards enabling them to remain on the increasingly praiseworthy. But when he steps out of teacher who makes a score of 800 will be a better

roll. the normal routine and makes unprecedented appoint- teacher than the one who makes a score of 499? Wouldit
Certainly many of the 46,961 must be interestedin be better to our teachers for the task
ments of Negroes, it is certainly worth of the highest prepare of
being qualified to vote in the coming elections.If .
accolade that we can give him. passing tests, or prepare them in the development of
so, see that you are qualified beofre April 2nd.
President Johnson's naming of Andrew W. Brimmerto the whole child-mentally, morally, socially, physi-
Remember is than privilege it's
voting more a ,
more a duty of citizens if they are really interested in the Federal Reserve Board is a significant mile- cally and emotionally as well as academically? Again

the county and state and country in which they live, stone in the struggle for broader recognition of Negro then, do we want high scorers on tests or the best
ability. teachers we can find for] our children?
move and have, (heir being.If .
you are 'qualified poll workers are wanted in 'The seven-man Federal Reserve Board is a regulatory If Negro teachers aren't''qualified to teach all

the, county's 326 precincts, $21 for clerks; $18 in- commission which strongly influences interest children, why then do the institutions across the na-
spectors. Must have hour's schooling in advance. rates and the availability of credit to the American tion award them degrees and the State Boards of Edu-

Work time 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. economy. Last December, this board had a head-on cation grant them valid certificates which entitle

If interested, contact Registrar Martin Braterman's clash with the President by asserting its independenceand them to teach? Why are no conditions stated on the

office. voting narrowly 4 to 3 for high interest rates. The certificate as it relates to ethnic groups, race, creed,

President openly criticized the board at that time. or color? Are all of these, the NTE score, phasing out

POLITICAL This means that he not only is vitally concerned but of Negro High School ,the one-sided desegregation of

Ebony magazine predicts Negroes may become careful of whom he names to its membership. Mr. Brim- schools, just ways of getting rid of the Negro educa-
mer's appointment is not to be regarded however, as tor?
mayors in 10 major American cities in the next years.
Cities named are New York, New Jersey, Chicago, one designed to improve the President's position. Any Negro knows to whom and to what his pre-

Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cleveland, Detroit, Pitts- Although the appointee is generally viewed a s mod- sent plight can be attributed. Yet as the Negro is
burg and Los Angeles. erate-somewhere between a liberal and conservative apologized to and for, the "Standard Bearers" of our

Ebony could be right, but if not in ten cities, position, such portends that in all probability, he like affluent society continue to believe, and hopes the

there should be some and Ye Editor believes there will the others, will support tighter money and higher interest Negro believe, that their approaches are all correct,

be some. It's an interesting anticipation.The rates under some conditions.On their answers the very best, their techniques all en-

the other hand scholarly Mr. Brimmer has spent compassing. Would you ask a dancer to sing an aria?

U.S. Supreme Court this week upheld the most of his career in both academic life and public Would you ask a tennis player to compete in a 500

Voting Rights Law, striking out literary tests and authorizing service. He has also served for three years on the re- yd. relay? Isn't the Negro being told, being asked to

federal agents to register Negroes in six search staff of the Federal Reserve Board of New believe that persons the farthest removed and the

Southern states. This should mean thousands of vo- York. least interested in the Negro problem are best able to
ters added to the qualified lists in the South. The chairman of the Federal Reserve Board Wil-
solve it? Maybe the NTE has another meaning for Ne-
liam H. McChesney Martin Jr. in praising Brimmer's gro Teachers. Could it mean "Negro Teachers Enemy?"
The crime probe jury has indicted Broward County's
appointment said: What's happening to the Negro image when the
sheriff charging him with misfeasance, nonfeasanceand
"Mr. Brimmer achieved a very commendable rec- leadership of the predominately Negro schools is get-
malfeasance in the
office. The sheriff is said to
ord as a member of the Economic Research staff of and
have permitted gambling. ting whiter and whiter? What do young Negro boys
Governor Burns open said he would discharge the sheriff the Federal Reserve Bank during the fifties, and I girls think of this? What are the true meanings behind
believe that he can be counted upon to build further their overly rebellious behavior and attitudes for
but reinstate him if the charges prove to be false.In many
upon that record, in his service as a member of the which few can find words? Is the quality of educationin

board, in view of the experience he has gained as as- the predominantly Negro populated schools better or

Jacksonville, 16,670 of the 30,000 Negro stu- sistant secretary of commerce and working in the dif- worse since the white principal and the white teacher

dents were out of school this week the outcome of a ficult problems for nation's balance payments." have come to raise the level of education? Take a

boycott claiming racial discrimination and poor phy- It can be clearly seen then, that not only has the good look at your school and make a comparison. Does

sical conditions ,and unequal educational opportunities.A President made a very excellent but a most significant the white teacher really understand the Negro child's

federal court has ordered the county to integrate appointment in Andrew Brimmer. Viewed in the contextof problem? If you don't understand the child can you
through the first four grades this year and through the his other historical appointments such as: the re- really teach him?

fifth and sixth grades next fall. About 150 Negroes are cent naming of Dr. Robert D. Weaver as secretary of Did you know that only one Negro principal ha s
now attending white schools.A the Department of Housing and Urban been
Development; appointed and assigned to a school in the past
Dr. James Nabritt to the United Nations; Mrs. Con- two years and only one Negro has been assigned to an
Constitutional amendment introduced in the Se- stance B. Motley as U. S. District
Judge plus others assistant principalship in the past two years, How
nate on Tuesday would increase the terms of state
too numerous to enumerate hereall
of these show many Negroes have significant jobs in the Dade County
senators to six and state to four
representatives
years that the President not only
recognizes superior ability Public
Programs
schools, or in the Federal Educational
years. but he continuously does so at the exclusion of duties
race ? If there are such persons, are their
and color.
Governor Haydon Burns says he is happy to be en- clearly defined, or are their jobs positions of token integration -
While all of his
prior appointments of
dorsed by the American Federation of State, County, Negroeswere ?
and Municipal Union, but he returned a $1,000 cam- history-making and precedent-setting the recent How qualified are the white teachers that are sent
paign contribution since it is against the law for him elevation of Andrew Brimmer to the Federal Reserve to teach the so-called "culturally different pupils?"
Board has the
to accept a gift from a corporation.The broadest possible meaning. Are all of the Negroes sent to white schools are best
governor predicted that within 60 days the This newspaper, as a member of the National teachers and are the white teachers sent to Negro

state will buy its first section of Cape Florida for a Newspaper Publishers Association which within the schools mediocre, beginning teachers, or northern re-
> park. past ten months has twice had occasion to confer with tirees who have already given the best service some-
President Johnson and recommend on each visit, the place else?

Florida City will lose its Manager John S. Greene. naming of more Negroes to federal regulatory commis- What kind of information can the white visiting

He has been appointed by Metro's Manager Porter sions-now expresses to him our gratitude not only for teacher counselor get from a Negro family? Is he wel-

Homer as senior administrative aide at a salary of fulfilling our request but for breaking the color barrieron come out of fear and traditional impositions, or is he

$10,176 a year, effective April 1st. nation.one of the most important federal bodies in our welcomed out of respect?

To what extend are Negroes used in the initial
MOONLIGHTING MILLIONS planning and implementation of the many federal edu-

"Moonlighter, is a person holding two jobs at cational projects now underway in our community? To
the same time." (Webster's, 1965 edition.) what real extent are Negroes being used to handle

This new usage indicates a social change. Many COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE SERVICE funds allocated for predominantly Negro needs, or, to

people moonlight today for reasons we regard as. what extent is the Negroes' name being used to justifysecuring
worthy. Small farmers work swing shifts in factoriestobuy STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER funds and projects from which the Negro benefit

the machinery they need to keep farming. Busy only incidentally?

mothers moonlight by day in mill or shop (doing their VET TV No one can deny the long exploitative path the

main job of homemaking by night and over long week- I Negro has treaded, not the piece-meal role in American
ends) in order to send their children to college. Many is Just, If f
society that he has shared. But if justice
heads to households takes double. employment, just to
responsibility
stake ends meet. 379.7735I freedom is free, exclusive of course or *
if liberty liberates, how stands the Negro?
All these are individuals acting from personal School 1
I As focus Public
we Dade County's
on
motives. New we see moonlighting being used by
public officials to meet labor shortages in professional 846 NW 2 AVENUE OPEN 9 TO_9. System, when will our Negroes be judged on the of basisof what
what have and the basis
they to offer not on
fields. of
This can mean a large-scale salvaging un-
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday March 1/. 1966 S
A pleasant visitor at the Times office on Mondaywas

Mr. James C. Evans, Asst. to the Secretary Oii1aidi r 'S jw .Ort .
Defense, Washington, D. C. Mr. Evans is here to arrange ,
settlement of family property being taken over ; 1 .Wt I"n R., .-
for the North-South Expressway and Urban Renewal.Mr. s
,
Calvin Jennings, a graduate of Florida A&M
Happy birthday wishes are being sent out to Marie University became a member of the Urban League fa-
'Floyd, schoolmarm at North Dade High School. She mily on March 1. Mr. Jennings was formerly employedby
celebrates on the 19th of March. the Cleveland Board of Education, Cleveland, Ohio.


Among Miamians who went to Nassa u to see Queen Alice Kelly and Albertha Rollins are planning a
Elizabeth and to enjoy the festivities given in,her honor, pajama party for Saturday night. '.. litttrs U tlM E4iUr
was Mrs. Emerald Gardiner. She left on Saturday and
returned Monday, reporting a most delightful trip. JESCA Golden Age' Club will have their Seasonal Dear Sir,
Tea Sunday, 4 p.m. in Liberty Square Auditorium. The Health Department has to correct many times. This
Mrs. Bloneva Monroe returned last week from reported that the unsightly past October letters were writ-
Springfield, Mass., where she was guest of her brother You pro cordially invited to the Sigma Gamma mountain of beer cans In the ten to bars and restaurants in
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone Poitier. Rho's"Annual Family Hour",Sunday, March 13,5 p.m. 6200 block of NW 18th Ave. the area 'soliciting their
She was especially invited to be present at a surprise at Presbyterian Church, NW 12th Ave. and 43rd St. has been completely removedby cooperation. The owner of the
the local Economic Oppor- property was also taken to
birthday reception given in honor of Mr. Poitier J>ythe
tunity Pro tram. We understand court by our building and zon-
Baptist Church at Sixteen Acre suburb of
a
Spring- PROGRAM DATES: a palm tree now stands at this ing department. However,
field. The Poitiers are the only'colored members of location. The Health Department Judge O'Connell ruled in favorof
the church, and Mr. Poitier has sung in the choir for March 17 St. Patrick's Day will maintain a strict the defendant. We hope that
many years. Camp Fire Girl's Birthday watch to try to insure that the with the area now cleared and
same situation does not recur. beautified we will have no
Fitzroy S. Taylor, the older son of the late Rev.W. March 20 Spring Begins For your information, this further problems.
E. Taylor and wife Ora D., is studying Junior Col- was a long standing trouble
lege and Electronics at Pleasanton, California while THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: spot which our Building and Hoke WelchAssistant
doing service with the Jobs Corps. He presented his Zoning Department has tried County Manager

mother with a beautiful radio, made by himself in one WISDOM A man should never be ashamed to own he I .
of his classes. He plans to go into the Navy as a has been in the wrong, which is saying in ot her .J" 'I 'tiJJ. \ f'l-
commissioned officer after words that he is wiser today than he was yesterday. '
his graduation at Pleasanton. -
Young Taylor is a former Mays High student and Pope .CUSSIFIED: A H .

board member. ,t" ..t .. .
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Another pink bundle of joy added pride to the Slot Icaiticiois to MM in ,.u flBI'N' ? ES ETS ruiwai t.. *' .

Wilbert T. Jenkins'' family. Wynette Tyress Jenkinswas ;...,-"..........."..;.., --; .. ,.. -- ... t
born Feb. 16. Wynette Tyress's grandmother, Mrs. Ft. Laidordalt March 1519The ;'
Louise Vines, was here to welcome her. Mrs. Vines
was visiting from North Carolina.Mrs. 27th annual conventionof dent.Don't
the Orange Blossom State forget the Miss
Cosmetologists Associationwill Cosmetology contest sponsor-
Geneva Mathiasen, executive director of the be held in Fort Lauder- sored by the Youth Council. TONIGHTJABBERWOCKI
National Council on the Aging of New York and Mr. dale March 15-19. Broward Mrs. Fannie Williams of Hal-
Porter A. Homer, manager of Metropolitan Dade Countywere County's Unit 14 will be hos- landale, chairman.
guests of honor at the Fifth Annual Meeting and tess. Mrs. F. AH president. The association welcomethe
Dinner of Senior Centers, Inc. on Monday evening.The Congratulations to Cosme- new units organized by the
tologists Ollie! Mae Howardof state organizer, Mrs. J. L.
Sunny Pines Neighborhood of the Girl Scout Palatka and Albertha Strick- Hurley of Orlando and Mrs.
Council of Tropical Florida will present their Girl land of Lakeland for their ap- Florence All of Pompano. MissE. THEME
pointment as teachers aide. I. Brookins of Jacksonville.
Scout celebration March 12 at Richmond Park 4
on ,
STREET INTERNATIONALS
Orchids to Mrs. Gallic Jacksonof Congratulations to the city
a
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Exhibits, skits plus the added attraction Jacksonville; Ruth Kleckleyof wide beauticians of Jackson-
of Mrs.Charles Finkelsteien as guest speaker.A Orlando and Mrs. Mamie L. ville on their 25th anniversary
prize will be awarded to the troop with the largest Richardson in receiving their celebration. Fifteen units F
March 11 1966
numb er of adults present. Awards will be made to masters degree in cosmetology joined in the gala festivities.Mrs. Ft
adults who have given outstanding service contri- from the National Institute of Callie Cone, president.Mrs. .
butions to Girl Scouting in the .neighborhood the Cosmetology.The Florence AH, convention 8 P.M.
commun ity and the council. Miami Cosmetologist ,;:chairman; Mrs. Catherine
Unit No. 7 sponsored a one- B. Ross state president, Tam- MIAMI NORTHWESTERN, HIGH SCHOOL
day Educational Beauty Clinic I
Friends of Louise Smith Chisom of Brooklyn, pa.
Feb. 15 at Sunlight Beauty
New York were shocked and saddened by her sudden School. Bill Simmons and his
death on Friday, March 5. Her sister, Mrs. A. A. mighty experts were in charge
Haughton (Lee), jetted to New York on Monday for the of the clinic. It was well at-
funeral. Friends wishing to send cards, telegrams, etc. tended. Members of the assoc
Mr. John Chisom, 1090 Pacific St.,Brooklyn,New York. iation' lower east coast from LINCOLN
Fort Pierce as far south as
Get well wishes to Yvonne Campbell whose Pierce were at this clinic.
Mrs. Marion Muldrow, presi-
pleasant personality is greatly missed from her post

Beautyrama.The NATIONAL BANK

Dade County Department of Recreation has
,
plans to stage a St. Patrick's Day Dance Review on
Wednesday, March 16, 6:30 to 8:30: at Jollivette Plaza OFFERSCUSTOMER'S '
Senior Center. '


Sgt. Daniel Mullins, Chapter No. 39 of DAV, will R karf HOURS "
hold its monthly meeting at Jackson's Toddle Inn on
Sunday, March 13.

NOTBANKER'S
Mrs. Marie Johnson entertained with a cookoutfor ,
all persons who made the Richmond Heights Jr. Listen to WMSM

High school Calendar Tea a success. Moz.ll Dir.ctor and, AllolIlQ N.w c. HOURSTO

Vacationing in Nassau and enjoying it as muchas v"WI" n.w: Or -
Her Majesty the Queen did, is Bessie Bethune and olld direct.very hour IIv

Sallie Farrington. Toronado roving' WMSM from Rock th..t BETTER SERVE YOU OUR AUTO

Thelma McDonald, who had major surgery two from
weeks ago is still confined to Osteopathic General onywh.re and .r.ry.
wh.,. III TELLER WINDOW IS NOW OPEN
Hospital, 1750 NE 167th St. North Miami Beach. South
Florida
Mot
Last weekend, Lucy Walton journeyed to Jackson- p.opl. do .

ville Williams.to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Annie Monday Thru Thursday: ..


Ray Jackson of Los Angeles and Ruth Stevens of 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. '.
New York City are in Miami to attend the funeral of

their mother, Mrs. Cora Jackson.Girl Friday 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.

Scouts of Ixora Neighborhood of Girl Scoutsof I
Tropical Florida invite you and your friends to their Saturday 8 A.M. to Noon
first Neighborhood Encampment at Manor Park this
weekend. Saturday March 12 will be visitors Day, from FULL BANKING SERVICE FOR ALL PEOPLE
1:30 to 4 p.m. It's their birthday celebration. Miss
Elizabeth Jones is director, Mrs. Norman Bullard, as-
stant director.
LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKof
The King of Clubs were hosts to friends at their
Annual Ball last Friday evening in the Bayfront Park I WMBM Miami

Auditorium. Daniel Francis is president of the club. :# Miarn?* '100%,,Integrated Banking Institution

,
,'<< "'" in the EdUon financial Center ;.

Happy birthday to Thelma Know, Sylvia Lambert, -.ctc. ,..
Lenora'. Johnson, A. J. Shoots, Audrey Tanner, Frances '40 1 731NW t" ,. A 7S443
Lightsey, John Davis, Wilhelmenia Rhetta and .." : v i>', :. :f "j' ; :...i ;"t :, ..\, ,
Mable T. Glover and Dorothy Roundtree.




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II IT Part-Time Job For Slide lis


. People. II the Post Officeptwtmutcr


Places. General Law- the Bureau of Budget.
F. O'Brien has authorized Poatal
rence officials are
FIIJ Things I immediate recruitment of, provided with detailed inltrue-being
approximately 10,000 'needy dons on how to place the
>Bf!! L.wvsaes B. Gf. uiui" ..ri and de ervintM students the tc\ part-time plan in operation
help post offices all over promptly.

THINGS A $SHALLOW ID CUlT UNDERSTAND nation move the mails .more. Determinations of which
rapidly during rush hours."This PMt offices shall do the hif.
An open mind is tQ very well ia its way, bat it program," O'Brien ing and how many will be hiredat
ought not to be too open that there is no keeping anything said Mia pursuant to Civil each office will be worked
ia or oat of it. It should be capable of shutting Service commission guide out by local postmaster who

the door sometimes, or it may be found a little drafty. I linesjoremingthe President'sYouth It need the part-time help in cooperation
Program.
Opportunity with the postal
will help deserving young directors. ret'lonaJ
How can a person work up enough daring to resist people to complete their education After these determinationare
the fear of God? To go into His temples by force and and it ia a serious and made local postmasters
purloin his riches? This happened last week whensomeone important work activity. Students will arrange for the hiring with
picked the lock of a church and made off h Ae will be used in major appropriate achool officials
with $1,100 worth of electronic equipment including offices at peak mail handling
among other things, the robes of the minister, a hot periods and over weekends to
plate used to sterilize Communion Tessels. There'sno provide"urgently needed assis
tance.
conscience among thieves! Up to 16 hour of workweek a
9 at 12.37 an hour, will
be provided.
Why do coppers arrest a person who forgot his Students must be meeting
capacity for gin and has taken one too many, then M acceptable school standardsand
decides to wend t his way home on shaky pins only to x'M need the money for their
arrested and taken to the cooler. If one is raising cane AN education. Employing postmasters -
or sleeping on private property, or jut making a pub- will Se required to
lic nuisance of himself, I might arrest him myself. A have school authorities certify ,l
fellow I know got a half block from home, after a boat d that these condition are
being met.
with the cocktails when John-on-the-job palled alongside -
The par Mime plan is directed -
and hauled him off to the pokey. He had to pay a SUPREMELY ENTERTAINING The Sopremes show primarily at college
healthy fine, lost time from his job, resulting in his why they represent one of the hottest acts in show student However, it may
.,being fired. If you drink, don't walk. Call a cab or business when they guest star on "The Dean Martin also provide opportunities for
slink through alleys and short cuts on the way home! Sho.." in color, Thursday March 24, 10-11 p.m. on some in resident secondary I
the NBC Television Network. Channel 7. schools who meet the criteriaof Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman,
need and merit. The age popular local businessman, is
************.*****4*
limits for employment are 16 the owner of the Dive-Inn Bar
Why do bus patrons wait until they board a bus Fritters aid Publishers to to 22. 1772 NW 79th SU Phone is
Authorization for the .program 691-9431. He invites all his
before getting their fares ready? Women, bless 'em,
Meet ii Orlaido April 2 has been granted by the old friends to come and meet
are guilty of this. They hop on, begin to fumble through Civil Service Commission and new friends.Everyone welcome
a maze of lip stick, combs, unlisted telephone numbers The second annual meeting .

and assorted junk while patrons behind them burn; the of the Florida Publishers and .. . ... .!._.!... ;:
driver becomes be :rI. '.' Ii :rI.'f1I."fI. '( '.';.' :-, :-; -, '---' . .
to '
uneasy trying polite.Finally they Printers Association will be : ,.,. .''...'''..... '...,. ,. ,. .,
realize that they have no change except a fiver. Not held here April 2. "" '" ,. ,..\.".'""'FI-;,, :
all of you do this girls, just 99 and 44.100 per cent! FPPA president Garth C. Hi ,Mm ,
Reeve of (he Miami TImes
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said me meeting in Orlandois
in keeping with the idea.
Do you ever watch the TV cowboy shows? How of meeting during the Graphic CLUB KNI'GIITD.EAT:

come when there's a big war on the range, the bullets Arts Congress so that the Q
never kill a I horse? The bad man gets it, though! members will have an opportunity -
to see the latest supplies "*
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and equipment in ,.
Why did Noah want to take two barrels of whiskeyon printing industry. Sat. I Su.Nites
the boat before the great flood To compensate for According to the Florida Oily'I'
the twos of everyting else? tinting tina Monthly the Florida '
trade magazine exhibit March 12th aid 13th
will be sold. In
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addition to the showing of the
And tell me this last one. Why do sponsors of TV latest in equipment and sup- Frank The girl who gave you
shows who are selling cough medicine, sneezing reme- plies, a '66 Mustang, a color S I
television and several small "Yes I'm Ready"PRESENTS I
dies and upset stomach formulas wait until just about
appliances will be given awayas DuBo
the when the dine the ;e't
time in
family gets set to even door prizes at the close! of t
ing? the show Saturday night April
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William %Bride, city edi-
Join the NAACP tor of the Miami Times, will t

.',...,....,,'.......,..," .,'.." ...',1..' report competitive on plans judging to establish of materials 81' 41k ,. i
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and displays printedby

FPPA members. FPPA .
members will visit the ninth
MISS
oM Earl'sebra annual Graphic Arts Congressin
OaS CESP the morning and report to
E PR Loviie the meeting at 2 p.m. A dinner

CKAG and the hospitality meeting.hour will follow 1 BARBARAMASON '

""
Where aU a4 MW friends west EVERY KITE '
You con hear Bill ChorUi,
EARl EDWARDS, PROP. directly from the Cr.f.ntLounge
in Hollywood, Call I
PHONE 759-1422 4400 N.W. 7TH AVE. fomia. This young talent expounds r
I Kitef? with a definite
Jimmy Smith Groove Mokeitl I
every nit* at the Sate II it..

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Free Shop At Hone Service I I to wall carpeting, iJ I'' SPECIAL
telephone and private both TEENAGE MAT. SUN 3 P.M. TO ( P.M.

CALLPRIMADONNA in every room. FI1 Jri Open Every Nite Except Mon. & Wed. [11 '

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PTA Talent

,....,.....
.. Show at 'YoungElementary

Liit I

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Look what's coming to Nathan -
Young Elementary, 14120 ,. + I'
!' BY DAVE BONDU .iI NW 24th Avenue, Opa-locka
I Monday, March 14 at 8 p.m. %
in the chool's cafetorlum.The
annual PTA Talent Show will
PRETTY GIRL
OF THE WEEK Helen
: Blossom
be presented and emceed by
r
the famous Nicky Lee of WAME (
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Mosely Doles and featuring stfch celebritiesas
: The Nicky Lee All-Star '
MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK: Frank DuBoisedrums) Cast: Reneo Blanco, song I
stylist; Napolean Reed, Miami j
The Sir John Knight Beat is opened again with Beach vocalist; Count Ivan
and the Down Beats; Charlie :r'"keha "
Frank DuBoise at the R
steering wheel. The Knight
Austin's Jazz Combo, featuring
Beat will be operated the same as it was in the good Erick Knight; Phyllis '
old days. I think it is about time, too. We cannot let a Branch.vocalist; Prince Hara, j
place like the Knight Beat die. At one time, it presented king of the limbo; choreography ----- +rr- -"
the best entertainment and with the experience Don Strachan; Yvonne, In keeping with the national program of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Rho Sigma
Frank has, he cannot go wrong, if he keeps cool. He Delavox, modem other dancer, and Chapter of Miami in cooperation with the community voter registration drive on Tues-
will make the Knight Beat jump. He has his attraction many Mark, many your calendar stars., set day took Mrs. John B. Hayes to be registered to vote. Mrs. Hayes and family were
for this weekend in Miss Barbara Mason, popular re- your clock. Don't be late. We run out of Mississippi after she worked in voter registration drives in Sunflower
cording star and Little Fddie Taylor. Frank believes will be looking for you on the County.
that the folk who go to the Knight Beat want to see a above date. Left to right are James L. Kitties, Mrs. Hayes, Jefferson Reeves, chairman of
good show and dance. Ya know The chicken social action committee and Lucius Crawford, president of Rho Sigma Chapter. -
scratch, the monkey} and the new dance called the Interviewers Johnson of Miami photo.
frug, New? I am sure glad that Frank is back at the II t tR I

Knight Beat, and I know you are too. " " " " " I
in Poverty ......v r 'I
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO i$% F > \
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NOTE DEPARTMENT Tain't need forr th''e N AC1 \1
QUICK no
Centers CHURCH SUNDAY jw ..'iJOlil. ,<:
anyone to be out of work, cause at our Brownsville
; ; ,ill"I"'llllllll
I"I ll""I"
Center of the EOPI, we have the Florida state Em- I
Mary L. ,
Tyson Metropolitan
ployment Service with all kinds of jobs. So, if you're Miami Area Manager for the Culmer Center, 490 NW 11th \
looking for work, or know of anyone who is, tell themto Florida State Employment Service St.; Urban League 395 NW '
'1\-
check at 2741 NW 49th St. Judge John D. Johnsonis has placed job interviewers 1st St.; Brownsville 'Center NEED A 'BALLROOM ,OR HALL?
the director of the center. New neighborhood coordinator in severe) outreach opportunity 2741 NW 49th St.; Liberty City FOR' 'DANCE-WEDDING-PRIVATE PARTY
of the EOPI,' Fletcher Paschal, has been in centers of the Economic Center 6709 NW 15th Ave. and
his new position for a month now, and walked into all Opportunity Program Inc. The the Perrine and Homestead LIBERAL RENTAL ARRANGEMENTSAIR
kinds of problems. He took it like a man, and is hand- outreach centers are located Centers. CONDITIONED
in each in the heart of The
case applicants
can register
ling it well. He is doing a fine job, in so short a time,
unemployment are as. The EOPJ!I for immediate employment en- TIKKI
and we commend him for his sound judgement. .Billy Centers are there-jobs and roll in the Manpower Program ClUI
Fckstein is in town at Tony's Fish Market until the training opportunities are offering courses of training
11th, when Count Basie goes in without Sinatra there-now all the Florida in various skills-or they can 3677 GRAND AVENUE
Jeff Addams is off to the Drumbeat in Nassau for four State Employment Service and register for on-the-job training ,Beverage Service Available
weeks While Chickie Horne goes home to New EOPI staffers need are appli- courses. The most important J
York to see about his mother. She was in an auto ac- cants. Applicants are urged factor is: If adults or youths CALL J. CONE 443-5611
to come into the centers at want jobs register at the
cident but '
not understand.
seriously injured, we Mar 4
the following locations: above addresses.

Ex-Miami disc jockeys Ed Cooke and Jockey Tack \
Gibson are both working Chicago. Ed is spinning re-
cords for radio station WVON and Jack is promotion
director for Motown Records The annual NAACP l
benefit show put together yearly by nave Marks will \ the CONTINENTAL
not come off this year. Dave had Count Basie all linedup
but could not get enough other talent to completethe .
bill Sammy Davis Jr. flow into town Tuesday :
night after his Golden Boy Broadway show closed outa All New GAS-LITE; ROOM
successful run. Sammy was on hand at the Fontaine-
bleau to give his pal Frank Sinatra a hand just in case ( Proudly Presents
he couldn't finish out his contract due to illness.
Frank went on OK and did a heluva show and Sammy
only did one courtsey number. Sammy opens at the \ the fobulous IMPRESSIONS /

Deauville March 24. a
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FRIDAY ONE NIGHT ONLY
Dilly Eckstine is holding forth at Tony's Fish
Market Red Dolphin Room. Count Basie moves there
from the Fontainebleau Saturday night Willie La- TWO SHOWS 11 PM 1:30 AM
mar is recuperating in Jackson Hospital after being
admitted last Saturday. Despite his illness Willie is
Doors 8:30 PM
high in praise for the Jackson staff of doctors and ., y bl" Open
nurses and his lovely wife. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall jq Starrtng
Co
even dropped in to see him Robert Richmond, -
executive director of the civil service board for Miami
Guest Star MARIE KNIGHT
tells us there are more than 108 openings there. They
need police, firemen, custodians, truck drivers and
what have you. Go down to Dinner Key and get on the THE MARTILDANCERSMIMI
list.
Alabama has run all over Florida in political activity -
Negro political candidates running for elective I ft GEE GEE CAL ROBERTS

office in the May 3 Alabama Primary total 55. They are
running for everything from Democratic committeemanto
County Tax Assesor. One is even running for 2 Bands 6 Acts
High Sheriff. .Garth Reeves was invited to the White
House for the Wednesday swearing in of Andrew Brim "
mer to the Federal Reserve Board but was too busy to NEVER A TABLE CHARGE ",:,: : ;'f
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NAACP To Launch JVofloB-lMe Drive" ; "<< "

I ;r., SEWING MACHINE

E Against CheotinqGhettoThe Merchants' REPAIR 'lSPECIq1i

National Association ,-A.J.I..._ I ALL MAKES RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME
will: to increase and improve its tion's 428 units that make up
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for the Advancement of Col- Establish clinics to receive i policing of stores in ghettos. the membership of the ATLAS
60,000
nation-wide ored People has adopted a and process complaints, provide Negotiate with ghetto bus- NAACP Youth and College I i:j (LEA N, 0''LA D J US T
project which legal advice and dis- inessmen in and effort to se Dibision, and supervised by j SINGENWHITE I
amounts to a declaration of tnbute information on each cure voluntary reversal of ob- a National Office staff member i NEEDLE. BELT
war on retail merchants in FREE
consumer protection agenciesas jectionable practices and to yet to be named. j
ghetto areas who exploit Negro the Better Business Bu- take a more active interest in Other national officials i BELAIR CALL

The consumers.plan will attack such reau, the Department'. of the community. who addressed the meeting j ELGIN, $1 00
Weights and Measures and Launch demonstrations and included Gloster B. Current, i .
consumer abuses as overpricing others. selective-buying campaigns director of branches and field ] PREMIER 634-6242
fot inferior quality Conduct classes {fr against shopkeepers who refuse admin stration; Miss Lucille KINGSTON
merchandise, charging of ex- sumer education and urge# con-local to end abuses and resistall Black, secretary for membership j DRESSMAKER
tortionate interest rates on school boards to organize other efforts to get themto ; Miss Althea T. L. Sim-i KENMORE GOOD HOUSE KEEPER
installment purchases; and similar course under their do so. mons, secretary for training j DOMESTIC
short weighting. The NAACPfire Adult Education Mr. Mitchell said the project and Mark Rosenman, assistant ETG
will also be directed at Urge program. will be carried out by secretary for youth (
government DOMESTIC SEWING
the unsanitary condition of agencies volunteers from the Associa groups. 4701 NW 22 AVE.>
markets and shops, another
complaint of ghetto dwellers.The r
I proposal which seeksto
end exploitation{ of Negro
::: consumers by neighborhood
::: merchants was approved 11 a
threq-day weekend conferenceof r AWN CALLING
I II the NAACP National Youth
Work Committee at the Shera-
I ton-Atlantic Hotel. The con-
ference, attended by represent- s YOUNG WOMEN !
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atives of NAACP youth and
II college units from all sec-

tions Sunday of the afternoon country,,concluded Feb. 27.- v. !? k kufis This ad may "
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NAACP executive director,
Roy Wilkins, who addressedthe y.eh be your future. !
meeting, praised the com- '
mittee for its initiative in do ., "
veloping the plan. He said Start your own career
ghetto dwellers get less for
the little money they have
than do other groups of con- in an Exciting businessas
= sumers, whether in the Northor
's South, in big or medium-size

cities, 4 an AVON representative.We
I Committee Chairman Mike .
Mitchell of Baltimore, Md., H
= said the new "Consumer Protection .
'" train
Iv-
0 project" was prompt; you.
I ed by evidence of price gouging John Dillard, a junior from Miami, at Bethune-Cookman College,Daytona Beach,
and other abuses contained is shown as he escorts Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Bethune-Cookman College president
in the McCone Report on Dr. Richard V. Moore, who was crowned "Miss Fashionetta" of 1966 duringthe Call 371-5614
the Watts riot and the Ameni
can Jewish Committee Report Fashionetta Internationale sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., at
the college recently.
on the Philadelphia riots.
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The reports listed price I
cheating and the sale of inferior t )
goods as an important
smoldering grievance in each
of the riots, Mr. Mitchell de I't
clared.Mr. .
Mitchell said sporadic
investi gations throughout the
country and recurrent com-
plaints from Negro consumers
have confirmed a longstanding -
conviction that Negroes
living in the ghettoes are vno-
tims of exploitation.The 6483 TAn ST. PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. PERRINE 984311rd lef.W .
1375 W.4'th 1t. SHOPPING CENTER
Hollywood Hi.la.h, ,Fl.. MIAMI, FLA. Perrin, Fla. Mia m 1.,a.
NAACP youth leader 9..0311 .21.1761 226-5631
23'-2901
635-0736 635-
said the Association's new
Consumer Protection Project I
which will be conducted in

25 tp populations 50 cities with, to large the best Negro MON.THRU 10-9 SAT. NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT Of BUSINESS SUNDAY 116

of his knowledge, will be the
first nationally organized cam-

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The project, he said, will .
begin with a comprehensivesurvey
to compare prices of
foodstuffs, medicines, clothing -
and appliances in ghetto ,
areas with prices charged in
white neighborhoods. Armed
with the results of the surveyMr. Yi
:::: Mitchell said, the NAACP



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_, Human Relations Commission Ask Coverageof PUN PHUN NOTES FROM THE

Television receivers (in

; I Farm Workers By Labor Relations Act which eluding I these can't stomach"tummy") have TVs BLUE NOTE BAR

done some good. They've cut 5211 N.W. ITTH AVENUETh.
A resolution adopted by .e The workers are represented eluding time off to attend down on a lot of radioactivity. -
) Human Relations Commission by the National Farm church when the crop requires Frl.ndll.it Bar In Town
, of the Diocese of Miami in Workers Association (indepen- Sunday work. ........ "A Nice Plac. for Nle Poplf"
. reference to National Farm dent union.) The NFWA has turned to After watching the TV ads
I Labor legislation has asked The main issue of the boycotting Schenley products of certain car rental company,
that the Human Realtions' Com- stlke is recognition of the because Schenley owns the decided to rent one of Hi, frltndt and n.1 ghbors. Sorry, I'y. missal writing forth
I've
mission of the Diocese of Miami -NFWA. The workers demandfor largest grape ranch in Delano their I don't like the past (.w w.tkt. I've rad| do much to do-mov.d into anew
strongly urge the members a $1.40 per hour wage has (5,000 acres.) cars. in the driv- aportm.nt and that has k.pt m. busy-w.'vs been 10
,II of Congress from the State of become secondary, though it The Schenley boycott is way er's eat.they It put hertz you busy hr in the ".....ot." that I just haven't had time for
Florida to extend minimum is important. The workers also now being carried out in 97 anything elie..
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r 1. wage, unemployment compensation wants a grievience system, cities throughout the United
{;. and National Labor Re- better working conditions, in- States I think I've discovered whywe Th. "Note".. has really been twinging. Foots had a
have so many train-car birthday Feb. 15th andw. balled for a week. His son, Georgeand
lations Act farm
coverage to wrecks around Miami. The hit coutin, Henry, brought some music in Friday night
workers.
signs on the tracks warn us to and we had a thing going on.
Florida is the home of a'' "NONE BETTER UNDER THE SUN"E. but
"watch out for the cars,
large -number of farm workers they don't mention the locomo- Every night Is fun night at the "Note... Th. fellow
and action of this type is certain ttiff competition the pool table
on
I tive, which causes most of have been giving tome
to benefit this area Im- 0. CULMER the wrecks. and the bowling machine. Betty and Mary are tough to beatat
mensely.The bowling. Mary Is learning to shoot pool and the Isn't
Delano group workers PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT-NOTARY PUBLIC ******** doing too bad.
strike has been in progress Hotrods dislike certain
since Sept. 8, 1965.Approxiamtely YOUR INCOME TAX MADE EASY small foreign cars because Our barbecue Ribs ore still going strong Our customer
5,000 Mexi- these cars have a slow pickup. tell us they are the best in town. I couldn't c oak them feat
can American, Filipino, Puerto 25 Years in the business They may not be fast, but enough last weekend. So come in and enjoy a sandwich-So,
Rican Negro and white farm 5264 NW 24 AVE 633-3135 they sure pass a lot of gas to good with our cold, cold beer or your favorite wine. ,
workers are included in this
strike against 35 Delano, Cal. Daily 9-9 Sunday 10 until'5t stations. I need a man or lady to barbecue and make sandwiches
grape growers. ...." on Friday and Saturday nights. If you know someone who

.......,.".... ,..r"'....._... .........._ .. ."" r-'U '" .. .'. would like port-time work tend them in to tee me.
Automobile sales are at
I their highest peak. This is be- Love and kisses to all of you from Foots, Betty, Mary,
cause the manufacturers havea Iva, Jackie, Jerome, Chubby, Buttons and Yours Truly.
lot of ingenuity (engine- Look for me next week in the Times. I'll see you this weekin
have the "Note".. ELINORJpy ..
uity)
I Ir They a'distnoutor
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every car. i
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tl M \ Drivers in our county may
k I II II get higher insurance rates. It te wyaJBto
I all depends on what Broward
(Williams) does to Dade (County. -
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\ What's in a name? T. A.
Coupe is a vies; president of
American Motors Co., and a
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dh, ,t "r rk X i Mr. Crum is the new treasurerof
s the Holsum Baking Co. in
South Miami. I didn't think a
crumb) could hold such rREL DELIiiCA7 DRUG

.dough. I'll bet Mr. Coupe
8750 NW nth AVENUE Harold JollU ttr, Maangrr
BHH HI HHKLJHHMHH Bi HMmuyHBHBHiCIVIC drives a sedan, too.
LEADERS CONGRATULATE SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE Dr.

Russell L. Anderson (third from left) is being congratulated by Tallahassee civic, "...... .',.,,,., ..
religious, and business leaders upon his announcement of his candidacy for the Democratic :, ".'
nomination for the leon County School Board District III. Dr. Anderson is .
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director of student health service at Florida A&M University and a practicing phyr
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sician. He was professor of biology at Johnson C. Smith University for 13 years: and : ) }. x.
at Florida A&M for three years.Civic leaders who were among the first to offer
support for Dr. Anderson included Rev. 'Dan Speed (left), Mrs. Anderson, Arnett I. ,

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. I College Deans Open National Convention Here I; AUTO INSURANCECheck

The 40th annual S. Office of Education out nw( lower rate and easy financing
conventionof of
Doug colleges, and the banquet Albany State College, secre-
the National Associationof las Sands, Agency for Inter- session with President Ben- tary; Registrar J. A. Twittyof IMMEDIATE 5Ri22 FILING
College Deans and Registrars national Development, Robert jamin E. Mays of Morehouse Johnson C. Smith University Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
will be held at the Du- E.Stoltz of the College Board, College as guest speaker. assistant secretary; and D. Goodman and Son Inc."Insurance .
pont Plaza Hotel here March Dr. Truman C. Hunter of the Dean Charles Walker of Registrar E. J. Brantley of ,
14-16. Membership of the as- IBM Corporation, Wi Ham F. Miami-Dade Junior College is Clark College, treasurer. Ex- Real Estate Mortgage"
sociation is made up of 120 Adams of the Amemcan Col- chairman of the local com- ecutive committee members- Business member AH People Democratic Club
colleges throughout the U. S., lege Testing Program and mittee. Officers of the associ- at-large are: Dean A. M. 2688 NW 62nd Srcct OX 14)380JWBK
This year's theme is "Higher James Edwards of Science ation in addition to Thorpeare Whitting of Morgan State College -
Education and the Great Research Associates.Some : Dean Inman A. Breaux of Registrar Della Phipps.
Society. other features of the Langston University, first of Arkansas State College, ..
Registration of delegateswill convention are: workshop and vice president; Registrar PaulI. Dean Prezell Robinson of St. "
be held on Monday, March question-box sessions for Clifford of Atlanta Univer- Augustine's College and Registrar STERN, Mortgage Broker
14 and the opening session deans and registrars dealing sity, second vice president; P. Palmer Worth of 36 Northeast Fnt! Street Mi.4! Flood.
will begin at 1:30 p.m. with with administrative problems Director Helen M. Mayes of Claflin College.
the Hon. ,. .
greetings by Robert r ;
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president, University of Miami
and U. S. Attorney James !, Ii V13
Matthews, Director Edwin M. DIALAltiORTGAGE-
Thorpe' of Florida A&M Uni- $ -
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dent, will give the opening 31T 1585
message.
Several nationally known
personalities will appear on
the three-day program which
terminates Wednesday noon.
March 16. Among them are i y C.sssolidate Yew Debt
Drs. Edward Sanders and I $1OOO-AT BACK $20 MONTHLY
Tinsley Spraggins of the U. 2.CJOO--IAT BACK $30 MONTHLY
S3.000-PAY BACK *40 MONTHLY

ANNOUNCEMENTAll

members of the BookerT. iIv'a.
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Washington Class of 1956
are asked to be present at a IIUI Best Buys in T OWl I
meeting to be held in the _
fellowship hall of the new

Covenant 1243 NW Presbyterian 43rd Street, Sunday Church,, GORGEOUS CBS. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Iron
March 13 at 6:30 P.m. grill front and rear porch. Dining room, utilityroom.
$450 down.
Plans for a class reunion
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will be discussed. The at- With some of the world's most dangerous weapons aimed at him, Palmer House
tendance of all class mem- Hotel Captain A. T. Thompson, agrees to serve coffee and pastry to "Matt Helm's $400 DOWN. $15 MO. CBS BEAUTY. 3 bedroom,
bers is encouraged.. sexy Slaygirls" ((1-r) Barbara Burgess, Marilyn Tindall, Mary Jane Mangler, Jan lj$ bath. Flo' room, utility room, carport.
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IT'S A BALLIA Watson, Pamela Rodgers, and Inga Neilsen. Secret agent Matt Helm, as portrayed by
Dean Martin in the new Columbia Pictures' release "The Silencers," is protected by $300 DOWN. $11 MO. CBS BEAUTY. 2 bedroom,
that real dig ball the It Hammond In store for sound.those the Slaygirls, each "dressed to kill." The slaygirls were in Chicago for personal large lot, large utility room, carport.

Bill Charles his appearances for the world premiere of "The Silencers".
brings .
to the Satellite. Mingle newfound $250 DOWN. $66 MO. 5 YR. NEW. Beautiful CBS,
with the lounge set every nite. 2 bedroom, picture window, to see it, Is to wantit.
Never an admission. Always .
INCOME TAXSERVICE
ball. Satellite Lounge New Home
$400 DOWN. $19 MO. CBS, 4 bedroom, 2 bath,
Fla room, dining room, utility room, appliances,
SPIRITUALISTREADER FANTASTIC BUYI! sprinkler system, barbecue, no costs.
RECORD SHOP I
ADVISORWill NOTARY PUBLICIf See: 169 NW 51' STREET DOLL HOUSE. NO QUALIFYING. 1 bedroom,

help you solve all 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $13,500 total price. dining room, appliances, many extras. Only $600mo.
.
A bargain $5,400 total.' We have keys.
problems, Lon, marriage, someone else does your $3,000 down $69 month
business, health, help Income Tax Return Letit COMPLETELY FURN. NO QUALIFYING. Neat
you with your loved ones. be Cousins.. 1 bedroom
plus sleeping porch. Fenced. Only
Heal you with prayer and Owner 7588749DUPLEX $65 mo. reasonable down.
blessing. 1176 NW 79th St. 2715 NW 54 St r
7579764. WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
No Problem Too Big ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
MarlS Call634.93 9 -195 DOWN FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS

I NO Qualifying or Loan Costs

Choice Allapattah Location!

Income from 1 apt. will help pay your mort- SHELL REALTY BROKER

LIB-CITY and expenses. Extra large lot. See
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this lovely, modern duplex now. 4260 j NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
NOW PLAYIKD
$250 DOWN !
DRIVE-IN; THEATRE!
3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS. Bus, school, church,

and shopping at your fingertips. 36th St. CAN YOU QUALIfY???
FIRST RUN MIAMI area. Real nice. 1 FHA mortgage. Only $67.01

month. REDUCED TO $7900 CBS 2-3-4 Bedroom

2 bedroom, CBS, terms arranged. Drive by ,
RICHARD BURTONCLAIRE 1859 NW 42nd St. and Call us. NO CLOSING COSTS

BLOOM ALLAPATTAH REALTY

OSKAR WERNER 3511 NW 11 AVE 633-0426 $100 FHA-$14,000-$84.71 DOWN 1101 NW 85 STREET Monthly


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FROM THE COD SELL 3 HOMES $100 DOWN 8801 NW 16 AVENUE

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BREED! .$900 down. $90 month.
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. March 11. 1966 FRANCIS. .
ALBERT. RANGE. II

Molock, of Mrs. Louise Gullatt of 1212
Richard Hamilton, 2467 W Mrs. Mary Alice died March 3. NW 1st pi. Apt. 10 died

I r CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS 4th Ct. Hialeahexpired March Survivors 2142 NW 49th are husband St. Johnny; March 6. Remains were ship-
three
,
3. Survivors are parents Gibbs; a daughter ped to Crawfordville, Ga.
brothers, three sisters, grandmother a son, James; five sisters: An- Thursday for final rites and
sharron
two uncles, threeaunts. husband
_u ___' ___'__'_ I shipped nie Blending, Josephin burial. Survivors are
.
Remains were Miller, Rosa Willie "Sr; 2 sons, Willie Jr.
IN MEMORIAMIn IN GRATEFULr IN MEMORIAM Sunday to Estill, S.C. for Thomas Crawford, Clara and Elvira woods; and Jessie, two daughters:
burial.
i ACKNOWLEDGEMENT final rides and three brothers, Johnson, Sam- Josie Mae Beauchamps and
sad'and loving memor; In sad but loving mem uel and Richard; other rela- Anielue Gullatt; three broth-
of doiidearTather mad buabam d We the of the late Henry Otis Jones, 6651
family ory of our dear son am i died March 1. tives and friends. Remainswere ers; four sisters.
NW 17th Ave
EDWARD SAMPSONof brother. Ga.
_
shipped to Valdosta, .
16141 NW 18th Ave., who Survivors are wife, Louise for final rites and burla. John Frederick whitley of
died February 22 and was one son, one stepdaughter, 1334-A NW 4th Ave died

buried February 28, wish to mother, one Services sister were, three held Henry Jackson of 2252 NW March 2. Funeral serviceswere
brothers.
express our deep and sincere Monday from the Liberty City 51st Terr died March 1. Survived held Tuesday at Mt.
thanks to all our many friendsfor by two daughters, Lula Olivette Baptist Church.'

their kind expressions Chapel.Mrs. Mae Retha Collins, Mae Douglas and Harlie Mae Survivors include a niece

?IruAM through their many acts of 2190 SW 118th Ave., died Jackson; other relatives and Mrs. Marie Woodside of Nas-
Funeral services were sau, Bahamas; Mrs. Nellie
human kindness. Your consol Feb. 28. Survivors are husband friends.

ing words, cards, letters, telegrams George; mother, Mattie held March 8 in the chapel. Minnis.

and floral arrangementsgave L. Major, one son, George Jr.
us the needed strength two brothers, William and James Hall of 221V4 Fla.

during the illness and death of James Major, 2 sisters Ave. Coral Gables died March
our beloved Edward. Izetta Williams\ and Gloria 7. Survivors are wife, Mary CARD OF THANKSThe

r _I r fidAr M May we mention with the' Poole. Cervices Saturday 2p.m. Garrett and other relatives.March family of the 1 late
Morning Star Baptist Funeral services Friday,
same sincere thanks and ap-
NATHANIEL-- GORDON-- preciation, our neighbors, theRe Church, Princeton.Mrs. 11, 1 p.m. at Church located of God at ARABELLA F.. BETHELwho
in Heaven,
v. P. D. Brantley! and the written
who departed this life March 1 House of Albert for such refined .. Eula Annie Mae Reid, 16th St. and 4th Ave. passed away Feb. 2, 1966
7, 1962. services. May your life -- -'- ,. 1228 NW 1st Ct., died Feb. John L. Mays of 5858 NW, would like to extend their

of spreading cheer be crowned CAMPBELL "Bubber" 28. Survivors are husband, 13th Ave. died March 4. He heartfelt thanks to their many

Now the labourer's task is o'ei r with God's \ ..blessings. MOSS Rufus; one son, Eddie of Augusta is survived by wife, Ella' ; friends for kindness shown

Now the battle day .is past;;1 I The Family ,who March Ga., five daughters, mother, Annie Robinson, three them during their recent be-
Now the passed away Isabell Crittendon of this Carrie reavement. Thanks for
farther
upon shore sisters, Mary Wooten, cars
(i 1957.
Lands the voyager at last May he rest in city, Annie Reid, Ruth Reid, and Brenda Leonard; two floral pieces, cards, letters

Father in thy gracious keeping; IN MEMORIAM ,and may light perpetual peace Carrie Hanson of New York, brothers, Eddie James and and telegrams. Special thanksto
grandsons,
Leave we now thy servant *ihine. upon him. Juanita Reid;three Doral Jean Leonard. Arrange- Rev. A. D. Hall and mem-
of dear children. Services -
In loving memory my three greatgrand
sleeping, Mrs. Dollie Moss, from ments are incomplete at this bers of Ebenezer Methodist
husband mother were held Monday time. Will be announced later Church, the Grand United

Mrs. Elcena Gordon, wife Campbell Moss Sr., the Liberty City chapel. Order of Pallbearers and,

And ChildrenIN father Francis Funeral Home and
Mrs. Mae Bell Moss, Joshua Flowers, 1807 NW Joe C. McCoy of 163'fs NW staff for services rendered.Mrs. .
died March 3. Sur-
twin sister 5th Ave. 11th St. died at Jackson

MEMORIAMIn 4 Eugene Moss, son vivors are two daughters: Memorial Hospital March 4. Valarie Wilborn, dght.
M M IF Tyrone Williams, Muriel Humes, Cleomie Jones, He is survived by wife, Janie William and George Bethel,

memory of nephew seven grandchildren. Services Lee;four sisters;four brothers, Sons and Family
of
Saturday 3 p.m. at Church
two stepdaughters; two cou-
,.. .. God of Prophecy.
( :- 1 sins. Services Saturday March

1S. ITrI CARD OF THANKS 12 at Freewill Baptist Churchat
I Willie Adams, 22110 SW .
1
IA p.m.Eddie
122 Ave., Goulds died March

4. Survivors are one son.
J. Madrid of 258
Services Saturday 12 noon, NW 11th St. Apt. 309 died
House of Daniels, Goulds.Ira March 2. He is survived by MIAMI lIMES

I his wife Urend Madrid; two :.....,r.PI w.,., III J;:....i
Chapman, 390 NW 22 I
and
children, parents, Mr.
Lane died March 5. Survivorstwo
Mrs. Henry Madrid. Serviceswere
sons, two daughters, one held Monday in the : AD j r
JAMES BARR rte sister, two brothers. serviceswere
chapel at 3:30 p.m. -
held Wednesday from the
who departed this life March chapel. Remainswere
Liberty City
Russell Dixon of 1601 NW
12, 1965. sent to CairoGa., Thurs- IRINfi
62nd St. Apt. 15 died March 2.
final rites and burial.
day for wife Catherine ++. rs+srrtswr'RESULTS J
Ye blessed souls at rest Survived by ;

Who ran this earthly race Marshal Dixon, 6301 SW father, Marvin; three children;

And now, from sin released 58th Ave., S. Miami died three sisters, Lillie Mae,
Behold the Saviour's face, rw March 7. Survivors are six Berea and Doris; three brothers .

MRS. STELLA W. NELSONwho God's praises sound, daughters, Elizabeth Colbert, Roy, Roosevelt and. .. ":fIllJU/ ;. -4a
Johnnie Lee Dixon.
As in His si&htWithsweetdeU&htye Morell Dixon, seven sons:
departed this life March do Jr. Ray-
abound John Lee, Claude ,
11, 1965. Sleep on dear and take your field. Allen.. Walter. Remainswill ------

There is a bessed home be- rest, W1HI The family' t the late be sent to Arlington, Ga. Uinraltt .rm rta1l1urlt
We love you but Jesus loves Friday 9:25 a.m. for final
yond this land of woe, MRS. BULAH LEE BURGESS
best. rites and burial.
Where trials never come, nor you wish to express sincere thanksto You do Not have to own Grave Space in LINCOLN

tears of sorrow flow Sybil Barr, wife everyone for their kind James Ferguson Burnett, MEMORIAL PARK, 3QQ| NW 46 ST. to bury lov.d

We love her, but God loves And Family words, letters, cards, telegrams .11295 SW 216th St. Goulds ones. Just Tell your funeral director this l II your wish.

her best. flowres and all that died March 4. Services Mon- It will b. done.

Sadly missed by mother, was done for us during our day 11 'a.m. in the Liberty GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYSA

Mrs. Stella Williams IN MEMORIAMIn bereavement. Special thanksto City chapel. 2 mo. pr.-n..d grave space sol. now going on.
Elder J. C. Jackson and
Three daughters, husband
officers andmembers of Gamble NE 4.4197 E. Johnson, OX 1.9199
Four sisters, two brothers memory of1t .IN MEMORIAM Manager -
Memorial Church of God in
OOther relatives and friends I ___ q '_...... .' ._ Christ.
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IN MEMORIAMIn : \ Mrs. Bulah Lee
/; I Burgess.
jy ? g gI From diapers to diplomas--
sad but loving memory of $.1""'fi 4j wd. t".' > Your' children I look to you for support and

put dear brother and A IN MEMORIAM education.Here .
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,j i ,L DEACON HARRY WALKER will assist you in working our a program

passed March 8, 1964. that will that dreams for
guarantee
SAMUEL JAMES SMITH I His life Is a beautiful memory, your your
who departed this life children will
March His absence a silent Brie! come true.

8 gotten., 1961. Gone but not for- MRS. SELENA IRIS SEARSeho He sleeps in God's lovely I The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern
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garden Policies to fit particular needs to the
ESTELLA LONG your up
Mrs. Rinah Smith mother departed this life March In sunshine and in perfect t

Mrs. Rose Johnson, sister 8, 1961. Seems like she is just In loving memory of a won- peace amount of $50,000.
When the of toil is done
day
away. derful and thoughtful mother \
WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT
who departed this life March When the race of life is won -

I cannot say, I will not say 12, 1961. Father grant thy wearied one EDUCATIONAL

She is dead, she is just away Gone, but will always be Rest for evermore MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM

CARD OF THANKSThe With a cherry smile and a wave remembered by Mrs. Ceola Walker, wife
of the hand RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATIONHEALTH
Mrs. Martha watker, mother
Frank E Jones and Family
family of the late
She wandered into an unknown Sisters, Children and

ARTHUR L. JONES landIt Grandchildren.J
is sad and not the love of it AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN
wish to express their thanksto Still is the savior I
say IN MEMORIAMIn
the Rev. George E. John- She is not dead, she is just Central Life Insurance Co.
son and members of Trinity away. sad and loving memoryof Register Now!

Weslevan Methodist Church, The love is the same and our dear husband, father
Canon Charles F. Cooper, of Of Florida"THE
We will\ see you some day. and grandfather
St. Peters Cathedral and Rev. WILLIAM FRANCIS MOSS The books FRIENDLY COMPANY"
Harold Brown and the life March
Range James Sears, husbandMrs. who departed this
Funeral Home for their excellent Hortense Mingo, 22, 1965. HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA

service. daughter May he rest in peace and I are open BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE

Kathleen Jones, wife'Lancelot Helen Gordon, daughter light perpetual shine upon him.

Jones, brother James Ferguson, son .
Lillian Moss and Family

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 11, 1966 13


!ouiiff About LETS TALK POLITICS

To Be
TalkY Equal BY NORMAN JONFS

A classic case of Wheeling and Dealing on a local
by Whitney M. Young Jr. level occured in Tampa in the 1964 Gubernatorial Sweep-
| JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
stakes when Nick Nuccio, mayor of Tampa hitched his
PIE ARE TALKING ABOUT New York Amsm Executive Pi rector National Urban League _ wagon to the rising star of Haydon Burns and parlayedhis

News Women's Editor Cathy W. Aldridge's trip New York's Mayor Lindsay has announced his intention support into a chairmanship of a Road Board District
week to Miami Beach where she addressed the to expand his Police Department's review boardto for his son, Attorney Vince Nuccio-.
onal Board of the Garment Industry on Today'So include a majority of civilians. By so doing, he has Nick, perrenial County Commissioner of Hills-
in Fashion. Other notables there were Journal unleashed a hornet's nest. PtOt shave come loud'and: borough County since 1929 and twice mayor of Tampa,
rican's Constance Wadworth, International Ladies clear from citizens worried that the policemen's power to has been a "political darling" of the Negro voters
if. Union Boss Alex Dubinsky, Bonwit Teller Pres. fight crime will be impaired, as well as from policemen since they were qualified to vote in the Democratic
red Curtis,and U.S. Sec. of Labor Willard Wirtz. themselves who fear that they will be at the mercy of Primaries in 1946 has relied heavily on the Negro blocin

Negro police,2,000 member Guardians Assoc a'n'd individuals unfamiliar with the problems involved. I his quest for elective office and enjoys a much bet-

50,000 member Fed. of Negro Civil Service Or- believe that these fears are !unjustified.' > ',; ter rapport with his Negro political and civic: leaders
f .
ization is in full support of an independent civilian Creation -of cjtizen-controlled review 'board is than! most Southern politicians., ,

plaint Review Board of the Police Dept. .Lloyd imperative for a number of reasons, not the least of whichis When the Jacksonville riot broke out in.(0 the midstof
|ly, promoted to Assistant Chief Inspector, highestever the protection of the reputation of the Police Department -. the campaign this reporter called Nick to ask 'if the
held by a Negro police-a 49-year-old Brook- itself. That small minority of policemen who take tremendous swell of anti.Burns feeling among Negroes

resident and graduate of Brooklyn Law School ,and bribes, solicit graft, and give their prejudices free rein, would in any way affect his backing of Burns, to which
Academy of the Feb. Bureau of
: Investigation. ... hiding behind their badges and misusing their power, query Mayor Nuccio stated emphatically that he would
Jly Kyle (pianistof Louie Armstrong died. .
) .Candy are the only ones who should fear such a board. The still support Burns to the hilt.
sler an 1 Mel lane Powers not-guilty verdict
a go vast majority of decent and honest policemen are be- The Wheeling and Dealing for Negro support of
party time. Ray Brown, famous bassist ex-hus-
(
smirched by this group's activities and should welcomean Burns in Tampa reached the consummate when one of.
d of Ella Fitzgerald) retiring to live in southern
ifornia. Ray is leaving the Oscar Peterson Trio. impartial review board which will feret out wrong- Burns' campaign trips his local campaign manager, John,
tional Headquarters of the W.E.B. DuBois Club was doers and thereby maintain high standards, increasingthe Fannin, set up a meeting with well known Negro politicos -
respect due law enforcement officials.A and citizens which Burns would attend.In .
,bed Sunday, March 6, in San Francisco a few dayer
the State Dept. of Justice had labeled the organi- citizen-controlled review board is also necessaryfor the meanwhile Vince Nuccio set up a "Negro

ion a Communist front. The building was destroyno proper functioning of democratic principles. As meeting" for Burns with his own hand picked group of

I, deaths, no one hurt. Meantime, W.E.B. Duboise Clemenceu once said, "war is too serious a matter to mostly ministers at a different place and took Burns
'mbers and sympathizers here in N.Y.C. raised a big leave to soldiers," so crime is too important to leaveto there while the Negroes assembled at the behest of John

'se of "pofice brutality," denial of civil rights.They police officers. The principle of civilian control of Fannin cooled their heels.

n a strong gight to protest Gen. Katz 'nback' s (Atty. military and quasi-military organizations has always Finally Nick Nuccio, himself, came by and broke
n) charges as communist front to the subversive been basic to democracy, as is the principle of the accountability the news that Burns was detained and could not meet
tivity: Control Board. of public officials to the citizenry. When with them.; \s a result Vince usurped them political leadership -
a citizen has a complaint to lodge against; a member of of the Ne gro in Tampa for himself replacing the

WN TALK CHATTER Little Willie John, head- an organization as powerful as the Police Department former leaders or forcing them to subservience under
ing big Apollo show with record crowds in attend he is entitled to get a fair hearing before a public body his wing.

ces. On the big show with Willie John are the Drifters, made up of members not directly a part of the department Burns drew as much support from Negroes as Gold.
e Contours, the Laddins and the fabulous "Sam andaye" members who can bring a greater sense of indepen- water, while in the current campaign many Negro lead-
with "You Don't Know" (great recordingandading dence to their judgements. The accused policeman will ers in Tampa are beating the drums for Burns, the response -

for the top of the world, Mar. 4 week.. Sam- have his rights protected at such a hearing, and, if he from the masses is still negligible to a point of
Davis and "Golden Boy" broadway play gave theirst is exonerated, which is likely in a purely departmental nonexistence.Vince .
performance Saturday evening Mar 5 with a smash hearing. Nuccio in making his famous, "To the Victor

arties were given for Sammy and the cast at several Perhaps the greatest problem facing; the policemanin Belongs the Spoils" statement opened the first chinkin
ubs last week 'including "Small's Paradise." 7th our great cities is the tension which exists between the then allegedly impenetrable armor of Governor

ve and the Baby Grand 125th St. Harlem. Saturday them and minority groups who, fut the most part, are Burns, which contributed greatly to the overwhelmingdefeat
i t a special party at the Majestic Theatre'where concentrated in great areas. Most Negroes in our of the Burns $300,000,000 road bond issue and
e play ran. Len Barry, Lou Christie, the Shangri- cities come from the South, where the policeman is most became a political millstone around the neck of Burns
as, Slim Harpo and the Soul Brothers will share the often seen as the brutal defender of segregationist placing him in the untenable political dilemma of a polit-

tage with Mr. Dynamite James Brown Sun. March 20, practices. Even in the North, many policemen seem to cal asset in 1964 turning into a political liability in
kt Madison Garden.. Barbara Ann Teer and
Square to operate under a double standard-one set of rules for 1966, but still, he cannot dump Vince because of the
obert Hooks star in the play "Where's Daddy"at the
with white another harsh Nuccio political machine in Hillsborough County.
for strong
[illy Rose Theatre. Write Jackie Wilson at the Lin- dealing people, more ,
Errol dealing with Negroes. Policemen are drawn from'aU ,
In Towers, West End Ave, N.Y.C. Write
arner, the pianist at the Presidential Towers, N.Y.C. walks of life and share the prejudices which many
.Pamela Jones and Jay Fletcher stars of "Jonah"the people have. The problem is that poilcemen must not N -

American Place Theatre. Ralph Cooper, disc only be more honest than most people, but also must ;;
key and ex-movie star at Strivers Food Market Sat., lay his prejudices aside in the performance of his duties. Opening for WomenAS

rning 3:30 a.m. buying soul food, grits, bacon and There have been a number of instances in recent years .l

gs, says he like to cook his own. what ever hap- here policemen have abused minority group membersin
ned to Gloria Jgn, the first Negro girl to win the situations which would not have occurred had the FRUIT SECTIOHIZERS
iss New York State"' title, who was later detroned victim been white. It is this unfairness which a civilian

cause a Negro girl was not the right image that the board can corredt. By providing a forum for the impar- 4 P.M. to 11:30 P.M. Shift I
)mtest organization, an affiliate of the Miss Universe tial handling of charges of abuse of authority, the ex-
ntest, desired to foster? why hasn't any of the civil'' istence of such a board will ease the tensions whichnow 5 DAY WEEK I
ghts organizations gone to bat for this young lady( a are so harmful. Police in the ghetto musy be seen

|rst in the race) Congratulations to the new gos- as protectors, not enemies. The board will help them $1.25 per hour minimum guarantee
p news sheet, "It's Happening," a new edition, 1st improve their image.It .
sue, March 1966. It carries the news others dare- is instructive too, to examine the experiences of ,Experience helpful, will train

t print. other cities which have review boards. They have foundno 1

impairment of police efficiency nor have they had !
FLORIDA JUICE
IAMIANS IN NEW YORK Lawrence Jackson residg undue numbers of complaints. They have found signifi-I=

at 418 Central Pkwy. Playwriter for the Art-Del cant better relations in the ghetto areas where tle:: crime i I
[tudio in midtown. (B.T.W. high school grad) studiedt rate was highest and the need for cooperation greatest. I i i 2700 NW 2nd Ave

| N.Y. Univ. lie is the son of Mrs. Deliah Jackson of As the old Gilbert and Sullivan song goes: "a 'I tAts.ONM N.....-..................
940 NW 166th St. Opa-locka Walter Thomas, 1029 "
policeman's lot is not a happy one. It is especially
ryant Ave. Bx, N.Y. sending.love and (I wish I was
with
difficult in our cities huge populations consistingof
ere notes)tears to Bro. and Sis. Alfred and Josephine}
different ethnic and varied social
somas ot Daytona Beach, Fla. Paul Curry, promotd many groups
classes. Today's policeman must have the patience ofa TAKE YOUR PICK
to assist. mgr. of Midas Mufflers corp., Queens
Job and the wisdom of a Solomon. His task can only
of Dor-
[Astoria 27-25 21 St.) branch. He's a graduate
of of Opa- be made easier by the improvement of his realtions with
D.
ey High School and a cousin W. Dorsey
ocka, a big construction boss. the community at large which the establishment of a $100 Down
civilian review board promises. He has everything to

EEN MUSIC OF THE WEEK Stevie Wonder's "Up lose from such a board and the board is necessasy for 1420 NW 39 ST2 bedroomFlaroom, carport
the more effective use of police and the more
lovely Mamie New- power
ight, Out of Sight, dedicated to
kirk, B.T.W. coed Sam and Dave smash hit "You consistent practice of democracy. I 1160 NW 65 ST3 bedroom, furnished

on't Know" to Christine Gibson, Oakwood College
:oed from 71st Terr in Miami Eddie Bethel dedi- n.A.S' Baby. The sooner New York City gets the review 2010 NW 85 ST2 bedroom, Fla room
Lates the Supremes, "My World is Empty Without You"o board the better off the people will be. An all-
Ernestine walker, Brownsville de-lovely Mrs. civilian review board This is Scoop Bethel say OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M.

Mable Hepburn of Boston, Mass spent a month wither ing "Time and tide waits for no man" see you next 1345 NW 86 ST -2 bedroom, large lot
5th
cousin, Mrs. Sybal Gaitor Raymond of 1963 NW week.
1., Miami Martha and the Vandella's "No whereo -------------

Run, No Where to Hide" dedicated to Robert Kelly dedicated 4315 NW I 11 I PL4 bedroom, 2 bath .
4th Ave. lad Dobie Gray's "The In-Crowd" -

to Miss Kirklyn Smith, Opa-locka school teach- KING OFFERS'" OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M.

|er. 16820 NW 24 ST3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla rm
I $100 DOWN $250
WOMAN STRIP IN
EW YORK COPS MADE NEGRO
walked into Joe's Bar on 120th1st NO CLOSING COSTS
BAR Four policemen WE BUY SELL TRADE
searchingly. They talked to a few people. The Sgt. CBS HOMES 2-3-4- BEDROOMS

(walked over to Mrs. Joyce Taylor, asked for identification W. specialize in VA & FHA Homes WE ALSO LOAN ON HOUSES
and
then to Mrs. Gertrude Williams, collared and Urban Renewal-Expressway Making You Move?
lied to the kitchen where she was forced to strip Let us Re-Locate You
from the
drop her panties. The cops were Involved transferred was Sgt. John Our expert trained staff will help place you in a homeof FORD REALTYINC. Broker
126th St. Pet. to the Bronx. your choice. Open 7 Jays a week.
Conlin Raymond Lopez and Kenneth 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
Patrolmen
multi-million dollar KING REALTY, INC. (BROKER) ,
Big hush, ,hush probe into Harlem's ,
numbers racket will include several brass cops mal 43000 NW 1 AVE.r UPL 1.910rtJjio'UI

$50,000 a week pay off setup to crooked cops.It's the

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) 14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 11, 1966ooopopococoQooooo

.> n, R .. ', TUSKEGEE ALUMNICONTRIBUTE ;No 'School in

\ teens1 :A TO Integration

,. .. ANNUAL GIFT I"

,' .,fat pourriBy t "
.
Florida Counties
1 Dr. Grady Taylor is urging : ;; 16
]t all Tuskegee Alumni to contribute t'. ...._----------- -- .-...-, -. '
., I...sheba. E.:D.oaIkxabboQQc | in a bulk sum the annual -
"1 .' I gift. He hopes the Miami Sixteen Florida counties The U.S. Commission on urban areas like Miami- began
I ortftrywvxiQftQolMany I Chapter will contribute at have no integration in their Civil Rights called on the integration under court orders.
... ...._., ,
- - ---- public schools despite federally
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least $100 or more. Mrs. Ora Office ofaducation to get $OMe, like Dade county, accelerated -
times students forget the little things in lift?. D. Taylor Is receiving! the approved freedom-of- tougher to make public school the 'pace on their
that count. They think only about things that will bring checks to.present to jho Re-,'choice plans, the U.S. Cam'mission systems toe the desegregationline
them fame or recORft Ition. Of course everyone would gional. Please respond on Civil Rights reported before they get federal own.Florida ranks second onlyto

like awards and recognition. However these are only March 1. Send to 42 08 NW 7th this week. money for education.The Louisiana in court-ordered
Ave., Miami, Fla. 33137. Mrs. The Florida figure was Louisiana 37
integration. In ,
of the needs to with
some big things; someone help
Taylor is regional president issued in a survey which commission also call-, counties)
; our of 67 parishes (
the little that face A who
problems we today.
person Dr. Taylor (no relation) is blamed freedom-of-choice ed for a anew anil-intimidation. were hauled into court to
sees a small child crossin&the direct where a speeding! president.. Make all checks plans for the slow pace of integration law to make it a federal crime, bring about integration.
car ,is,'approaching would immediately'stop this child payable to Tuskegee Institute in southern schools.On .to harass a Negro who goes to The commission declinedto
from crossing. Seldom would he receive an award, for. Alumni Association.' All mon- the average, only 5 to a white school.In release the list of 16 coun-
collected above date 7 per cent of the Negro children ties in Florida where there is
ey by
this; and, maybe' not even a thank you. However we
will be credited to your Alumni in the South are going to all southern states, including no integration. However, it is
would probably be proud within that we prevented a Association. All Alumniare integrated schools, accord- Florida freedom of' understood that most are in

child from being injured. welcome to come ,to the ing to the commission. In choice is failing because some the panhandle, considered the
When we compete with others the better one re- headquarters at above address'!Florida[' the figure is above Negroes simply do not wantto hold-out on integration.
ceives the award and be probably is more deserving of to check communications or average-9.76 per cent or go to white schools and In Florida, at least one
25,000 out of a total of 256- some are afraid to, the commission county solved its problemby
it. Instead of making a big disturbance we should congratulate make suggestions for the
growth of the Miami 000 Negro children and 1- said.In shutting down its only
Tuskegee
him and be determined to win next time
I Association 056.000 white children. Only Florida, 42 counties are Negro school and reassigningthe
chapter.
While looking at all the big cash prizes or beautiful Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia operating on freedom-of children to previously all-
trophies, it is also imortant that we also look at the have more than 10 per choice plans. Another 17 white schools. This happenedin

little things in our community that need to be done, YMCAMEMBERSHIP cent. including most of the major Monroe County.North .
because tlje job may not bring cash, this must not mean
CAMPAIGN
that we should not volunteer our services. These little EXTENDSThe

things constantly add up and someone will probably
recognize our willingness to help in bettering our com- Carver section of the h b
Wagon Train representing the
munity. enrollment of the Young Men's :E1
Among the things that young people hardly think Christian Association is far

about is growing flowers and plants. If we take out a behind schedule. With the closing

few minutes of our time to plant flowers in our front date set for Monday, March a.-

yard this will help in beautifying our home as well as :21: the Carver section has x

the community. It will not be necessary that we go to achieved only 20% of its goal.
Alex Brooks, section leaded,
our neighbor's house and plant a flower. Your plan \expressed confidence in the

plant helps to beautify your home and your neighbor organization ability to overcome ,.
will observe, and possibly want to plant flowers, also. < this lag if allowed

Help to keep our community clean of trash. No i more time. He petitioned the

one is expected to up throughout the streets picking t ity wide leaders to allow

up paper and other trash, because someone is paid 'production brought in duringthe ti Btu
month od March to counton
especially to do this job. It would look rather funny
( the announced goal. Thea
for a young lady to walk alon g the street picking up ditlonal ten days should be

candy wrappers. But all of us can help or stop these ,ample time for Carver's objec-

papers from being thrown there if we remind our friends i tive. Official reports will be tA) ,xq
that all waste materials should be thrown in the refuse p.m. but workers are now being -
con tainer. | Vr y
Help with little chores around the home and com- :j asked to make a daily report -
at the office. The cam-
munity. If parents or neighbors are extremely busy, paign leader is Miss Helen M.
volunteer to keep the children until the work is com- Dorsett, leader of Helen's 1

pleted. Maybe we can spend our extra time in helpingin Hornet which has reached 40% V FrV
1
some organization such as Tuberculosis Associa- ,of its goal.WEEKLY ..... : Ri
tion, Crippled Children's Scoiety and Heart Associa ,
tion. These things may seem small but eventually you RECORD HOPS

will receive your reward. When you are generous to- Lascious Adams, formerlya Dade to Present "Lost In The Stars"The I
ward to helping others in some worthwhile activity, member of the Carver staff

you will probably be surprised to find out that you 'and C. T. Taylor, personableDJ Inter-action Cultural cipal Nathan Miller and with Parker as Linda; Fred Sweet-

have been benefited. The time when you may need a at radio statio WMBM, Series of North Dade high the appearance of the InterAct ing and James Somerset as

job, the person you helped may be the one to give youa have teamed up to present the School will present the North Club of the school. Absolem and Sharon Hudson
job knowing how reliable and willing you are. weekly record hop for teenagers Dade Thespians and school "Los in The Stars" was and Shelia McPhee as Ste-
in the Liberty City area. choir in Maxwell Anderson's dramatized for the theatre by phen's wife.
The program has been held musical, "Lost in The Stars" Maxwell Anderson. Kurt Weill The musical will be directed -
each Friday night from 8-12 March 30 and April 1 at North wrote the music. The play ap- by Jim Randolph. Mrs.
I Metro( Recreation NewsMarch with guest recording celebrities Dade High, it was announcedby peared on Broadway with Todd Marsha Mciver Campbell and
presented when possible. Charles D. Wyche, princi- Duncan and Inez Matthews in Charles Jones will direct the

16-5th and 6th grade Rosette Beauty for teen girls, While the dances are open to pal of the Opa-locka school. the principal roles. music. David Helper, intern
Ills basketball sports day. 8 p.m. the teenage public, a reductionon The performances will begin Principal parts in the huge in speech and drama from
March 16-Musical extravaganza April 9-Second annual Pro- the admission price is madeto at 8:15 p.m. in the school aud- cast will be played by Eugene Florida A&M University, will
Jollivette Plaza Cen- Easter track meet, boys and all YMCA members wti itorium at 1840 NW 157th St. Smith and Walter Richardsonas serve as assistant to the di-
ter, 6319 NW 24th Place. girls, James E. Scott Center, cards. The action is at the The musical, in two acts, Stephen; Bob Holtzman as rectors. The setting will be
Carver Y each Friday through is a dramatization of Alan James Charles
March 19Father and son 10 a.m. jarvis; Braha designed by Leroy Danielsand
Softball game, James E. Scott April 23-County wide track the month of May. Paton's novel, "Cryt The aa the Judge; Joyce Lightsey Luther Anderson. Mrs.
Centet. meet. Beloved Country." and Jacquelyn Brown as Irma, Barbara Abrams and Mrs.
March 19-Honor trips 5th NATIONAL STAFF MEMBER The musical being presented Bill Sagena as Arthur Jarvis; Frances Pierce will design
and 6th grade girls, Oreynolds May 3-Scott second annual VISITS as part of a series of Vernon Jackson and Nathaniel the costumes and do the chore

Park.April Night of Sans, 8 p.m. Leo B. Marsh of the National -. cultural activities in progressat Bryant as John; Shayon Moss ography. Reservations may be
2-County wide baton May 8-Mother and daughter. Council YMCA staff with North Dade this season and Earl Mizell as the Children obtained by callingNorth Dade
contest. banquet. Teen girls that rae offices in New York City wasa under the supervision of Prin- ; Tony Cappoline as Mark High School on any school
April 6-Dallas of Cette. registered in the program only. recent visitor to the Carver cipal Wyche, assistant Prin Roberta Davns as Gloria day, 621-0536.

Branch. Mr. Ramsey, the Car-

HOLMES SCHOOLDr. NORTHWESTERN NEWS. ver friend executive of Mr.and Marsh a long, hosted time SOUTH DADE United Negro College Fvnd

Miami Northwestern Senior the professional staff of the I
L. M. Britton, superintendent High School prsents "For Miami association with a chill i NEWS Gives B-CC
$49,661
of the North Central The Love of Pete," a delightful supper in the board room to

District, spoke on the topic, and refreshing 3-act play give the visitor an opportuni Y Sweetfield Baptist Church, Bethune-Cookman College
"Excellency in Education"at by Tom Erhard. to discuss present trends of 8335 Plaza St., Rev. P. J. has received $49.661 from the Dr.Richard V. Moore, B-CC
the PTA meeting Monday The senior class will present the YMCA movement. Miss Curry, pastor, is preparing for United Negro College Fund in president, said the funds will
be
night. He enlightened the pa- its traditional senior,Helen Dorsett assisted in the its annual Men's Day. Beginning the second ant final dis- used for teachers salaries
rents on changes that are to class play the evening of branches library improvements, and aca-
on Other
arrangements. Monday night, March 14, bursement of nearly $6.2 mil- demic
be made in the organization March 17, at 8 p.m. in the represented were Southwest, services will be held through lion in 1965 funds to its 33 dents.Dr.. scholarships for 25 stu-
of the school in the fu
near auditorium. Allapattah and North Dade. Sunday, March 20-Men's Day. member colleges and universities .
ture.The Seniors participating the r A musical program will be at Moore is the Florida
plans include the construction state director of the UNCF
production are: William Parks. ANNOUNCEMENTRev. 11 a.m. and the Rev. Roscoe This brings to $62.296 the
of three little schoolsto campaign which
Wilbert Holloway Mildred Da- raised $36-
will
Jackson be the speaker. money received by the local
eleviate the ever crowded vis, Gwen Manior, Thaddeus Michel Khemiri, the: The Rev. D. Taylor of Garden college this year in UNCF 000 th s year in Daytona,
conditions that exist at Holmes Bolden, Myrna Davis, Paul Arab missionary from Egypt: Grove will deliver the message funds. Bethune-Cookman offi- Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando -
school. These schools will be Gilchrist, Gloria Adams, Hazel will be the guest speaker on> at 3 p.m. cials endorsed a check for St. Petersburg, Miami and
and
West
located near the present Cunningham, Anthony Moo Sunday March 13 at Antioch ,112,635 in November. Palm Beach.
The theme is
school and will be under the. Phee and Charlotte Powell Baptist Church, 2799 NW 46thSt. "I am not
supervision of the principal of The play is being directed by ., Rev. J. W. Stephens is ashamed. of my God" DeaconI.
Holmes. These schools will Fernley Murray. Adults $1.00, pastor. He will speak at 11 Stringer is chairman of tht
house the pupils from the students 60 cents.REQISTER'TO'YSTE. .day, Bro. Frank Brown, co-

kindergarten through second ajn.He will speak at 7:30 p.m. chairman.Mrs. Jack's MEN'S
grade. at Friendship Baptist Church, Shirley Ann Burton is WEARSEE
The principal wishes to NW 2nd St and 7th Ave. Hal- at home and is resting well.
thank the parents for comingout ... _Tr* lendale. Rev. Allen is pastor.SUPPORT Also ill is Mrs. Beatrice Mc- "MR. JACK"
to hear Dr, Britton. Mrs. Coy at Doctor's Hospital, Rm. FOR
T. C. Crowder, principal.All .' i 5. t' 4" SiDoe's 247 South. STYLES FOR ALL ACES
.r.1, Nff.4 O+i: H4vvsoaltal.g Th. Very Latest in Me..', Fathloa.
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voters who have !moved in ,,, to;--eayF.bo.1; I Airman Ernest Washington, SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
**/W tOUR'I CMB Box 2319 Robin
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the past should call the "!local ttott and : ITALIAN SHOES
year yo r Tnatloaol t3 .. Oa., thanks for
you sending

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.I I IJrlr: D 'II"IIS5 \ FOR SALEBY '

.. ;, ... .';., OWNER EDISON/ Specials .
$15 WORDS OR LESS
$1.25.
5C FOR EACH
,ADDITIONAL WORD. 3 bedroom Turn hous*. R.or

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON bedroom, furn. duplex. In
$240 mo. Total price
FOR SALE --- la com 12900. Adjoining loti THESE 4 OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

FOR SALE FOR RENT 2 bedroom, CBS, house,
1431 NW 88 STREETCBS
oath Yiasi. 6401 SW 42 CU Would you like i to leave Duplex apt. Near 17th 12500. Good terms. All
your Ave
.000t taI.9200 dew Fraobpuinted. In a very good condition. tile roof, dining room, lovely home with btouti
family a fret and clear home If on NW 48th St. Phone 633- 572 NW Slat St.
Bit 1001125* lot. 3840. ful screened patio and barbecue pit. $350 down FHA.
you should' die? |If call
so,
r. 37>3304.: 754.9450HELP No closing cost.
OX 10262. Ihdef. 1-ono bedroom apt. 3370 NW I I

BRAND NEW HOMES 51st Terr. Call Mt. Gilbert 1441 NW 88 STREETCBS
3 bedrooms 2 baths also 4 Direct from owner for information. NE 4-4321.
{bedroom 2 baths. Neither 339 NW 39th Street (3370 NW SI St.) ,NOTED tilt roof, dining room, fenced yard, Fla room,

bonn has ever been lived in. $300 down CBS 2 reverie cycle air con dItlon.rs,.Lovely neighborhood.
See these 2 beauties at 1440 758-8749 Nice furn. room at 1441 NW Experienced beautician: want- S250 down. FHA. $74.35 mo.
HE 152nd Terr. Only $300 67th St. Call 696-8628. ed. Call Mrs. James 891-9473 '
down to qualified buyer. No Direct from owner or 621-6807. Vem's Beauty 365 NW 59 STREET

[closing costs. $120 per mo. 2050 NW 96 Street Attractive, fum. room in quiet Salon. March 18 \font something nice? See this CBS, 3 bedroom, 2

[MX all. Call 238-4023 for in- Like New CBS neighborhood, priced from .'j'Mature bath home, Fla room, carport, tilt roof. $300 down.
(formation or better yet. come $400 down. $72 month up. No extra charge for cook- lady to live in. Will
FHA. Ho closing costs.
(out and see then. 758-8749 ing. 2056 NW 5th Ct. Inquireat betreated as member of family. -
Undo room 7. Phone OX 68099. Small salary. 635-3652.
Mar 18 335 NW 43 STREET

12 bedroom house. CBS air 1781 NW 88th Street 2 or 3 bedroom house. $25 Children cared for working
down FHA closing costs for this largo homo
mother. 6715 NW 17th Ave. $300 no
condo chain link fence all 3 bedroom, CBS, only $350 plus utilities. Liberty Rental
I around. R-2 lot. 5515 NW 6th' down and $68 mo. $11,600 Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St. OX 1-4638. with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage.

Ave. $67 mo. shown by ap-, total price, terrazzo floors, Call 633-7809.
[pointmenU 624-0730. Indr oversize utility room and a
good big lot, See 1781 NW Downtown. 1 bedroom CBS WANTED DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL.EDISOH I

(House. 8400 NW 23rd Ave. 88th st. or call OX 1-0262, apt. $16. free elec. Liberty Will pay for RKX in bond
Doll, 2 bedroom corner, frame, Biscayne Realty, Inc. 9635 Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62 alphabets. Please call 634- 2255 NW 38th Street
(fenced in yard, CBS, garage, 22nd Ave. Broker, Open nites St. Call 633-7809. 6310. Anyone having those CBS 2 bedroom, tilt roof, awnings, on comer. $250
(cement drive. Near school. and Sundays. alphabets. down. FHA $67.27 month. Nice and clean like now.

I Fully furn., city water, shown Nice room for clean, coupleor
I by appointment. Call 691- NW 94th street girl in new duplex.759-6026 181 NW 50th Strttt
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS
CBS beauty on huge lot, only CBS 2 bedroom Fla
8543.
Mar 25 Sewing machines cleaned oiled room, carport. $12,500 FHA
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$400 down and $12,200 total Room.Private,ideal for singleman
terms.
Lovely comer lot. Improvedwith price, carport, sprinkling or woman 691-6432. free belt and needle. AH
sidewalk and streetlights system, new stove and refrtg., 2441 NW 65th St. work done in your home. $1.00 9220 NW 16th Avenue

comer of 13th Ave and tile roof and very attractive Domestic sewing 634-6242. CBS, Fla room, patio, fenced rtoryard. $12,500, FHA
44th St., N.W. $4250. Call landscaping. See or call OX One bedroom apt. Cum, adults Indef ttrms.,
| 667-0172. 1-0262. Biscayne Realty Inc. only. $15 wk. 826"NW 56th St.
Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave. :'CAB DRIVERS. APPLY 431 NW 58th Strttt
2 bed. CBS tile roof, near Open nites and Sundays. 1 bedroom. Nicely furn. Hot Society Cab office, 269 NW CBS, Duplex. $400 down, FHA. $12,500 total. Let
schools and buses, FHA
----- and cold water. Ph. NE 4- 21st St. tenant pay the mortgage.
terms, county taxes only.
1772 NW 82nd Street
2264. 2491 NW 59th St.
How about driving by 4512 $250 down and $67 mo. for CBS 3 bedroom }}Yi bath. Flo
NW 21 Ave. Then call Fenster g------- START WORK TODAY!) 420 NW 45 St Lovely ,
this choice CBS, with
carport bedroom wk.
2 duplex. $25
Broker PL room, dining room, FHA ttrms.
Realty, 9-8779. and Fla room. See 1772 NW Plus small deposit. Call' A Public Service Over I garage
82nd St. or call OX 1-0262. 691-6275. 20 Years
Another Fenster Special! 2 Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, -...-- Live In Mold 118 NW 44th Strttt bedrooms" 2 baths, Can bt
| bedroom, CBS built-in Range 9635 NW 22 Ave. Open nites 1 bedroom fum. and Cooks Bus Boys sold on FHA ttrms. Low down payment.
and oven, separate dining and Sundays. apt. gas Dishwashers Porters
| room, carport FHA terms, lights free. Adults only,
Gas Station Drivers CBS
NW 83rd Terrace $56.68 everything.
2001
low down payment. don't miss 1210 NW 77th Terr (quiet pays
this one, drive by 1892 NW 3 mdroom CBS couple). Hotel & Home MaidsWe $8900 total. Only $970 down,' no qualifying.WE .
6 to choose from all under Appreciate Your
83rd Then call -----
Terr. Fensicr with the seller Business
FHA terms
Realty, Broker PL o 98779. paying all costs, to see the Furn. room for couple, use of ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAYBEING
and
living room kitchen. 633-
----
best selection of homes in the
oL DISPLACED
7998. FR 9./1382 ? $100 DOWN
The first time offered at FHA close in northwest sectionfor ARE YOU A VETERAN $100 DOWNruiiiiuii..uiiu..ii
I terms!! 2 bedroom CBS home, more information call OX
[with garage, hardwood floors, 1-0262, Biscayne Realty, FULL OR PART-TIME SE1 t1"11 H.E. 5th Street
]very large yard with plenty of Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave. MALE OR FEMALE
fruit trees. Don't fail to driveby Open nites and Sundays. Dishwahers and kitchen help. EDISON REALTY, Realtors

525 NW 49th St. Then call -- Over 18 years. See manager.
]Fenster Realty, Broker, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, $500 Apply Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 LOVELY HOMES 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441

|PL 98779. this down is, FHA a beautiful, no closing: corner costs CBS Bis. Bid. Indef. Built On Your Lot or Ours .

$15,500, full price and $91 To Please You
I If your house is being taken mo. You should see this
I away by urban renewal or beauty, it has everything. To LOTS FOR SALE
(expressway, we have a nice see call OX 1-0262, Biscayne East Coast
(home for you. This 3 bedroom Realty, Inc. Broker, 9635 NW 55x135-N.W. 48th Terr.
I CBS home plus separate 22 Ave. OPe nites and 'Sun TailorsFEATURING
I garage, sprinklers, all fenced days. 50xl05-N.W. 55th St.

in, beautiful fruit trees, THE NEW 100x100- Ttrr., 17Avt
----- Life's Best !
comer, huge lot, located in Lovely Home DAK SLACK SUIT I Buys i
I choice area of corner 1st Ave Unclaimed Pant for Sole 50x 100-41st St.
Big, nice Fla room, oak floors,
NW 51st St. or 98 NW 52nd St. with carpet, tile roof, garage Alterations and R.modeling 50x14011,250Cash .
will be sold completely fume, $200 i= NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
lit will be for with alley near 48th St. FAST SERVICE Paid For Lots, =
open your inspec- FHA.
tion Sunday 1-6 p.m. Fenster :'down Come see with Ben-Kori certificate, Realtor, 717 NW 62 ST. Homes, Acreage = 3 bedroom, CBS, front porch, appliances, freshly .

Realty, Broker, PL 98779.I I(612 NW 60th st. Anytime 751- PL 8.3901 NEED MONEY? pj pointed inside and out. Allapattah area. $500 =
I"I --- 2243. A cuff while you wait! down and $100 month pays all.
Anytime" CALL BARON JE 8.1340 .
I SPLIT BUYERS LEVEL!! HOME --Professionals- 5 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS I:

We hav the plans and beautiful Here is a custom built 3 Modern CBS, tilt roof, jalousie windows, fully .
I lot for a nice 3 bedroom 2 bedroom, 2 bath, beauty on a = fenced corntr. Bargain at $9,800 with $300 down .
(bath home with If large corner lot, this is an extra
garage. you J and $57.89 month, FHA.
(need such a home, then callus I special home you must For A Better Home =
( at once to show you, etc. see. $19.200, terms arranged. 5 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING U

I 9-8179.Fenster Realty, Broker PL Call. anytime Ben-Kori 751-2243., 612 NW 60thSt. Buy one Built by pj Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, Fla room, tilt roof, awn. =

ings, appliances, price Is $10,500 with $300 down .
( lot "Xllapattah Area SUNSHINE HOMES INC. II and $62 month, FHA.
Business with duplex. No qualifying, a very lovely I:

5001 NW 22nd Ave. Corner. 2 bedroom home with over- = SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS .
[Lot 2137 NW 59th St. Oood size Fla room, garage. You 549 NW 50 STREET .
I location. House 1831 NW must see this one, only $61. Like new 3 bedroom, CBS, in Buncht Park. Awn- .
49th St. 633-2797. down 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room, kitchen
month. Plus a good = ings, large fenced yard. Bargain at $9,300 with .
-- -- payment. Near bus lines, so built-in range and oven, utility room, swim- J $200 down and $55 month, FHA. .

convenient. Ben-Kori, Realtor, ming pool, fenced-in-yard. You must see this
$495 Down anytime SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING I:
612 NW 60th St. = COSTS
and 1-5 P.M.
711 NW 44th Street onel Open Saturday Sundays,
Like 751-2243. f| Modern 4 bedroom CBS, terrazzo floors, enclosed .
| new, no qualifying. 3
-- 4001 NW 5 AVENUE
-- front porch, large fenced yard, jalousie windows II
bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, Bargain! ,
(room. Call JE 1-6902. 2 bedroom, CBS $250 down. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range awnings, appliances. A bargain at $12,500 with .

( $55 per month pays all. Total and oven, utility room, Florida room, garage, = $350 down and $74 month, FHA. .
Attention: Doctors: teachers. Open Sunday
(Exceptionally beautiful, oversized price 1-5 p.m.7500.Come to 16461 NW total price $18,900. = SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS II

three bedrooms, two 19th Ct. See Mr. Chris. R.M. 491 NW 40 STREET 2 Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tilt roof, terrazzo .

[baths, Fla room, garage, Brooks, Realtor, Phone 688- H floors, appliances, air conditioner, wall to wall II
[[custom-built 7940. by owner. 754- 6638. Night 6817740. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range carpeting. Best buy at $11,000 with $300 down .

and oven, utility room, Florid room, total and $66 month, FHA. .

(2 bedroom, CBS home, hard- price $18,500.WE .
WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES
(wood floors, tile bath, sold _
BUILD ON YOUR LOT
by WITH NO MONEY S VETERANS OR DISPLACED
FAMILIES- .
| owner. 2975 NW 59th st. $100 DOWN
DOWN S WE HAVE SEVERAL "ALL CASH" BARGAINSI
(Reduced to $13.500 from : REDUCE U''Life
P 14,800 for quick sale. Must: Lose up to 6 5WEEKLY -
c sold, 3 bed. home hard-: WELLINGTON'S."IROWN: 5. I
ood floors, screen porch,; Realty Broker jj

arge laundry room, spotlessly; 1545 S. W. 1st Street Reg. Real Estate Broker ,
lean, corner of NW 14th Ave;: =
nd 90th st. See 9000 Little FR 3-2748 h932. NW 7th :Ave. PL 9-4371 :

[<350 fiver down Blvd.and Remember$97 mo. pays only;j 4 DR. LONG'S CLINIC | 4602 NW 7 AVE 754-3061 i Upon 7 Days Ktr Wetk Ev..tus'Y..1 I

ML No closing costs. Gun-! ,(...................MIIHHBi J
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ATTENTION C I


CHURCH REPORTERS "


Church news foe pub-ll
cation In the current' week's MT. SINAI BAPTIST
Atlantic Coast Ass' Holds
I...,. must b. In our .fflce
698 NW 47th Terrace
.. later then 7 .'cIC Ck Men.rlvy .
S. A. Thomas pastor
Rev.
Banner Session
.vMilng.. Publication *f Dorothy Chancy reporter

news r.c.iv.d after that 9 the
time comet ... guarantoea1. Mt. Zion Baptist Church second as princess; and Mrs.L. Tho Lent is well on

West Palm Beach The Rev.J. Jones of New Bethel came way there are many who will H

\ H. Johnson pastor was third fs duchess. Firs I. C. ask the question what shall

host to the 35th annual session Mickins was speaker for the I give up? What can I deny -

I GRACEPRESBYTERIAN of Atlantic Coast Baptist occasion.One myself of for the next few FIFTH CHURCH OF

Association Feb 2327. weeks? May I answer the
nC the of the highlights of the for ? Give ten
Despite inclemency of question you CHRIST, SCIENTISTThe
the weather Tuesday evening session was the parade Saturday to fifteen minutes in bed; instead -
Ttnfc Sunday the
pastor the welcome program was well. morning from Ebenezerto fall to your knees asking true nature of "&1be
will begin a series of sermons Mt. Zion where the young for of mind anda defined first
from the Book of Philippiani attended. All the singing God peace stance" as by
and the Thursday evening; -MRSmmiS: on- groups of Mt. Zion and Ebenezer people of both churches participated pure heart and let His will Biblical prophets and later by

Bible will Baptist Churches as well in an interesting program be done. Christ Jesus will be the Les
Study Group meetat
St. James AME Church will as other groups, were partici- with Mrs. Melba ,Light- "Youth in a Changing son-Sermon subject in all
the church at 7:30 p.m. to be all aglow with beautiful pants. bum as M. C. The procession Age" is the theme Sunday Christian Science services

study that book. music, dazzling lights and Three sessions were held was led by one of the school when the youth of the church this Sunday. The story of

This !Sunday evening at charming ladies on Sunday daily with Moderators L. A. bands of the community and a take charge of the day. Sun- Peter's healing of the lame

seven we will have a wonderful evening March 13 at 7 P-m. Thompson I. C. Mickins, and number of Cub Scouts with day evening a panel will be man at the gate of the temple

candle-light Communion when the Queen of the Birth H. W. Brown presiding. The their Den' Mother Mrs. K. presented by the youth. We called the Beautiful (Acts
Service. We uk for full at-
tendance.We Month Club will be crowned in Woman's Contention was in Trotti were the sponsors. invite you to come out and 3) will be presented to illustrate

are already announcingour one of the most elaborate charge of President I. 0. The association contributed hear our youth speak their the theme that real substance

worship plans for Holy ceremonies of the season Pratt-Wilder. approximately $1,400 to views on this changing age. is spiritual. Related
Esther Scott tireless Inspiring and challenging Florida Memorial College which
Week beginning on Palm Mrs. a The study workshop passages from the denominational -
,
On Palm energetic and enthusiastic messages were delivered by St. Augustine and the Florida has been in the making for textbook will completethe
Sunday April 3.
Sunday, the congregation it worker of, St. James and the Revs. J. A. Butler J. C. kmorial School of Nassau, sometime is now ready. The readings. You are always

chairman of the Decembcr-ites Crawford Ernest Williams J. Bahamas. workshop will start on March welcome to attend services

invited to service have a with joint Trinity Communion will be crowned Queen of the A.King, J. L. Johnson and Dr. Among prominent visitorswere 21 and go on for a week. There Sunday 11 a.m., Wednesday
H. W. Brown. Alternating
Presbyterian Church in Key Birth Month. were President J. A. F. Fin- are qualified teachers so come 8 P.m. Our Reading Room is

West. We will have room for This distinguished honor the Revs. Richard Smith H. layson of the Florida State out and bmig a friend. open'to the public Monday

38 passengers. All who desireto was won by Mrs. Scott with 0. Ferguson H. W. Moss, Baptist Convention and Pa sThe Alumni Tea will beheld Friday 1-3. Wednesday 6-7:45
Ernest Hutchinson and IL
C.
purchase bus tickets, the cooperation of the membersof Mickins. tor of Macedonia; the Rev. W. on March 20 for all past p.m. Young people to the age

please let the church know. her month. Through their The number one choir of F. Tanner Sr., State Board members of the junior church.We 20 are lovingly invited to visit

On Maundy Thursday of many efforts she and her Do- Temple Sunday morning chairman and pastor of St. ask all our past to be Sunday School held in the

Holy Week, April 7, we will cember-ites raised the largest and the sang choir of St. James Mary's; President Johnsonand there. The tea will be held in church edifice at 9:30 a.m.

have a Love Feast at 8 p.m. amount of money for the Club'sfiscal both of Miami sang during the Mrs. Hale of the Seaboard the church annex from 4 to 6.

On Good Friday we will\ year (1,676.40)Mrs. evening services. Association; Mrs. N. Connor Let us not gorget to go by TEMPLEThe
Scott besides being a and, E. G. Luckie who is
have an interesting service In the Sunday School Dea- Mrs.J. Toomer and State PresIdent see
i pillar of the church is very trustee board Bro.
ill.
Susie C. Holley.
from twelve o'clock to three very
con C. E. Gibson superintendent -
active in civic organize T. Bonivy chairman is in a
many
o'clock. On Easter Sunday all the contest The host pastor and offi-
was won by
choirs will sing at the 5 a.m. ions.She is a devoted wife and Mt. Zion with Temple coming cers and members of Mt. Zion campaign which will close on
mother. Her love for young the of EBENEZERRev. Sunday March 20 with an interesting -
service. The Easter serviceat in second. In the Queens Contest gave messengers one
people is shown by her workin the finest entertainments in program. The men
11 will be a partly cantata A. D. Hall
sponsored by the Mis- pastorE.
the Sunday School and with the of the Association.The are contesting a rally whichpromi.es
history
presented by the youth choir. .
sionary Department that after- Ingram, reporter
of the church.
the youth be of their
group to one
And the Sunday School will 1967 session will be
present its annual Easter Her attendants are Mrs. noon, Mrs. Florence Hepburnof held with the Mt. Olivette The public is invited to at. biggest affairs of the year.

program that evening.On Eliza James, chairman of the Temple succeeded herselfas Baptist Church Miami the tend the annual Frappe Sip ol f Who will be the most popular?
Mrs. Priscilla Wil-
the fourth Sunday of November-ites (1,552.16) 1st kerson queen of; Mt. Olivette came Rev. I. C. Mickins pastor. usher board No.1, Sunday That is the question to be
runnerup and Mrs. Martha Nicholson March settled. Each one 'Is going
April we will have a "Spring- 13 at 4 p.m. Each yell r
time Rally." All members are chairman of the Febru- the board plans a greater pro. all out, and is soliciting the

expected to be up to date on ary-ites ($1358.37) 2nd runner- NEW PHILADELPHIAThis BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe gram. Carrying out the coloi r votes of his friends.

their pledges by that Sunday up.The Sunday the young scheme of St. Patrick's Day. Mrs. Rose Lightbourn
morning. In the afternoon the Queen's court will be people are having "Bring Your Baha'i Assembly of It is a program that you will]I I faithful choir member, who
made of the following chair- Miami will the
up sponsor spring underwent recently
congregation will present a Parents to Sunday School not want to miss. Mrs. Emma i surgery ,
Calendar Program made possible men representing each month: Sunday." This should season in a Calendar Tea for Caldwell is the dynamic leader and Mrs. Jane Hermit another
Mesdames Marie Childs Janu- prove the Golden Age Club of the .
of the board each faithful who had been shut-in
member
by the financial reportsof worth the effort, if the parents ,
ary; Louise Woods, March; James E. Scott Community for several in
all members.We would lend a hand and help working wholehearted and cooperative weeks were
invite Annie Mae Cox April; Magdalene Association to be held at 4 with much enthus, worship services Sunday.
your participation support their children in this
in these inspiring activi Johnson May; Ruth Black- So p.m. Sunday, March 13 at Lib- ham for a successful day. Charles Ambrose director
project. come on parents
,
nell, June; Sarah Mobley August erty Square Auditorium 6306
,ties. be good guys. Show your Sunday night March 13 we i of Choir No.2 and president
;Classic Porter, September; children that you are interested NW 14th Ave. will worship in an after service of the Male Chorus leaves

ST. LUKE AME Gertrude Stokeling October. in their spiritual growth. Other sponsors for this at the New PhiladelphiaBaptist this weekend for the Bahamas,
affair will be the Greater Miami the where he will attend the wedding -
Saturday March 12, from Church Rev. W.
Rev. W. A. Curry pastor Elks, (Summer) Gamma ,
;
H. of a niece.
7 until 10 the Washington pastor. Choir
ST. JAMES AMERev. p.m. p.m. young
Mrs. Martha Holmes reporterWe Zeta Omega Sorority (Fall)
people will have a party in the No. 2 and usher board No. 1
will observe our annual J. B. and the Sunshine CommunityClub will serve.
Blacknell pastor basement of the church. Refreshments (Winter.) EVANGELISTIC
Men's Day Sunday. Services> Bert Cooper reporter will be sold:: hot The public is Choir No. 2 will be in SERVICE

will begin with Sunday Schoolat dogs pops, ice cream, pop- cordially invited to attend. charge of class meeting on

9:30: with Supt. Marilyn! Usher Board No. 1 is cele- corn, etc. Games of various Tuesday night. We are reminded Evangelistic Service Mon-

Scott presiding, assisted by brating its 41st anniversary on kinds will be furnished. So METROPOLITAN AME not to forget the sick and day thru Friday March 2125

visiting teachers. this Sunday at 3 p.m. A fineprogram don't fail to enjoy this recreational Rev. J. J. Williams pastor shut-ins. Sisters Ida Mae Lowe,at 7:30 p.m preaching nightly. -

Morning service 11 a.m., has been arranged and treat! M.Y. Bannerman Phyllis Mays, Ethel Henryhand Antioch Missionary Baptist

Rev. Lester C. Albert will deliver your company is requested.Mrs. We would like to take this reporterOn Claudia Moorman,' Johnnie Church, 3330 NW 213th

the sermon.Father Classie Porter is press'time to express our deepest last Sunday worshippers Poitier and Elizabeth Woods, Terr., New Liberty City Rev.A. .
W. S. Sweeting will dent. enjoyed a highly spirited Bros. M. M. Lewis and .
sympathy to the Johnson family Harry H. Essix pastor. Come
bring the evening message at in the lost of their lovedone. Communion service. The com Paul Martin. and hear these powerful-
The March-lies will bined voices of Choirs Nos.
spon-
Our went with family
7:30.Last prayers preachers. Bring your
1 and the Gospel Chorus furnished
Sunday we were happyto sor a party Saturday night at
to Vad- and friends. !
journeyed
you as you McGHANEY SPEAKSAnd Come one Come
the home of the music. Mrs. Lula
Mrs.
Catherine
have as our Rev.
guest
adel, Ga. on that occasion.We all!
Luther Lee and his wife, Peterson 132 NW 40th St. cannot help but feel and Smith was guest soloist. he fell to the earth, Evangelists are Rev. W. F.
Allen Chapel AME Key Largo! Refreshments will be on sale. The sermon delivered by and heard voice
share in your sorrow. May a saying unto Tanner, pastor of St. Mary
and many other friends who God's strength be sufficient to our pastor was taken fromSt. him, Saul Saul why perse- Baptist Church and Rev. Sam-
All members of the Junior Mark. 1:40. Everyone was
with
worshipped us. grant you peace. cutest me? Acts 9:4. uel Atchinson pastor of Mt.
Steward present had a spiritual feast.
Board
are asked to Let us remember the bereaved If we are not careful how Calvary Baptist Church. You

meet this Friday night at the and pray for those Everyone is looking forward we think or what we do and are also invited to worship
MT. ZION AME church. to Men's Day which will
who are sick and shut-in. say we are also persecutingthe with us each Sunday.
be the 4th Sunday in April.
OPA LOCKA Lord. Oh not that I am

Rev. Milton Fayson pastor SALTERS CHAPELRev. ., perfect I am only one who MT.CALVARYRev.
-- "
Naomijean Charles reporter ', r'I": \ fii try to remember my shortcomings -
H. J. Benson pastor :' ," t and doings and I Samuel Atchison pastor
,
l wrong
The services : /
high 'i \
were '" Constance
Sunday with the pastorpreaching Flossie Marshall reporterWe ;, 'J" 't 'i'\I.'p :i; t, I am one that will as k forgiveness Carter reporter
11II'' On last Sunday we
a very fervent sermon. were happy to have so ) \ : always, for I know thatI were
\ I f \ am subject to mistakes andI most inspired by the sermons
There were over three hun- many visitors who came to '. I !
I feel guilty as soon as I delivered by our pastor: "Lord
dred communicants.Music worship with us and share our I/'L/
was wonderful as per Holy Communion. We do hope 'fI .'' make them. If you know the Help Us," and "Wait Until

usual with No. 1 and 2 choirs they will come again.On i W "" I'''\ 4 Christ, you can also feel You Hear From Me." The first
': 't pointed out the importance of
furnishing the music. Last, March 13,we were asked f 'J .L"io'i" .,'f '" guilty of yours. Let's say for
:;.w;, .. seeking God's help and the
but not least the Sunshine to render service at the jnurcn '' ourselves this week: I am one

Choir, directed by Mrs. Fran- of God in Christ 48th St. and '\.' r' ''''.,' Ii";.. ," i''i" ..... \,. with devine spirit of Christ latter illustrated that we
', : should wait on the Lord.
cis Morse sang for the first 29th Ave., Rev. Taylor pas- ,. ", ",'"l' .. and this oneness fills me
.. with of life Next Sunday is Youth Day
newness
time, just before the com- tor. ': every
munion Jewels and Jesus I The Quarterly Conference t_,, t J moment of the day. So until a and every youth will have
f
," '. later date if God's will some part on God's program
Love You. will begin Friday night before I ,
,' 't thanks and prayers for all Let us come out and encourage
The church is as busy as the third Sunday. Presiding ," my each cI them.HEAR .
a bee-hive as all auxiliariesand Elder Blake will hold his \.' J II of you.
i ", J
I
boards are working towards quarter. Asking all to be pre- t : ,',

one goal "Men's Day", pared to make their report. 1 : ,,- .. ZION HOPE YEI!
HEAR :
March 20th. Our District Conference will YEI!

Want to work? Well come be held in Clewiston, March SPIRITUALS OF JOYThe Services were spirituallyhigh The March-ites Calendar

to Mt. Zion. 3031. last Sunday. Our pastor Club of the new St. James t

Let us help our communityby public is invited to McCray, U. L. Houser and preached out of his soul. Rev.C. AME Church proudly presents

helping the young ladies hear the spirituals of Joy of E. C. Grace.Replacing 0. L. H. Smith will be preaching "A Night in Song" featuring

ANNOUNCEMENTChoir who are raising funds for the Miami, who will appear at Houser and E. C. Grace areJ. Friday night in behalf of No. Mr. Archie Dennis Jr. of the

Brownsville Center. Contact Kelly's Chapel 1 Methodist Lenton and H. Bailey. 1 choir. Don't forget to stop famous Roberta Martin singers -

No. 2 of Greater New Miss Paulett Alexander who Church on Sunday March 13, Come out Sunday afternoonfor by the church on Saturday and Thursday March 17, at '

Macedonia Church will sponsoi' is a contestant for the "Mil at 3 p.m. The church is located an afternoon filled with get your car washed for $1.00 8 p.m. Donation $1.00 for

a White House Tea Sunday,. lion Dollar Wedding." Please at 7105 NW 15th Ave. taetaimenyte from 10 ajn. until. We will adults and SOt for children.

March 20 at 3 p.m. at the remember our sick and shut The original quintet included' Secretary of have baptism at the church The church is located at 1845

church. ins. J. B. Turner D. J. wilkes W. Men's pay activities. Sunday morning at 7:30. NW 65th street.r .



THE MIAMI TIMES,. Friday, March 1J, 1966 17 ;


. Junked Cars GiveBy Negro Neighborhoods Unsightly Look't j


-
Bill McBride


The sun-kissed streets of (once) beautiful Miami

and Dade County have been turned into an unsightlyand

disgraceful graveyard for thousands of lifeless

motor vehicles. These abandoned vehicles, many o f
which are without' wheels, glasses battered, motors

removed, stiipped of accessories, may be found throughout -

Miami and Dade County, with the majority to be

found in the predominantly Negro sections.
t

This writer estimates that in excess of 300 of

these curl ses 'may be found jn the Liberty City area

alone; the major portion which are in the near promimityof + I
apartment buildings. Most of the off-street parking f 1

areas provided for residents of these apartment build-

ings are cluttered with abandoned vehicles. We found

approximately 50 on NW 18th Ave between 62nd and

71 Streets, and another 13 in the 1400 block on N.W. t

1st Avenue.

.

The City of Miami is presently in the process of 11ss

removing many of these dead cars from the area of the y

Carver Village Housing Development (Northwest Miami) ., ,
to the storage lot in Coconut Grove where they must, ,,

according to present law, be held for at least 45 days

before being disposed of. It is alarming to note that _

cars from the Carver Village vicinty alone, will probably _
fill the storage lot and bring this feeble cleanup -

drive to an abrupt halt. In all probabilities, more

junks will be abandoned within the next 45 days than

were actually picked up. Hence,this problem continuesto

grow. -

un I
We fell the present means of combating this prob-

lem is inadequate and strongly urge the city and county

fathers to' declare a state of emergency and put forth .

every possible effort to come up with a permanent so-
lution.

AR1wR/ ,
.
Too often our residents from Coral Gables and

Bay Point are quick to criticize' and say we don't H y.. [ I't

keep our neighborhoods clean. This is a problem thatwe ti s _-- -
can't solve by ourselves. The city must insist on

more strict enforcement in this area.


We predict that unless a solution is forthcomingin
....
the not too distant future, once beautiful Metropolitan -

Dade County will be transformed from the All- f'a

, American County into the world's largest and most

unsightly junk yard. Photos by House of Photography
1


ANNUAL PASSION BAPTIST MINISTER'S GREATER NEWMACEDONIA OLIVETTE BAPTISTRev. CHURCH OF THE MRS. ORA D. TAYLOR

SUNDAY MUSICALE COUNCIL I. C. Mickins, pastor OPEN DOOR REAPPOINTEDTOLIBRARY

MARCH 27 Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Mrs. Rosa Robinson, reporter UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST ADVISORY
last Wednesday -
The Council met
Willie J. Beard, reporter Mt. Olivette Baptist Churchis Dr. Harry V. Richardson,
On Sunday, March 27th, at St. Luke Baptist closing the books on one of president of the Interdenominational 30ARD
The Episcopal Churchwomenof Church with the Rev. W. O. After the morning services, the greatest days in its his- Theological Center, Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, a member
the Church of the Transfiguration Mundy, former chaplain, conducting the chairman and cochairmanof tory in the observance of its one of the constituent institutions of the Metro Dade County
is sponsoring its the devotion. this year's women's Day 16th annual Men's Day, Feb. comprising the Atlanta Library Advisory Board, was
annual Passion Sunday Musi- The Rev. P. W. Williams, were selected. They are sis. 20. University System, will selected by Metro Dade County
cale and presenting. The Lit- expositor was then introduc: Netta Kelly, chairman andS Many said it couldn't be preach at the 11 a.m. service Commissioners in 1964 for

tle Angels at 4 p.m. The ed. He explained the lesson >.. Willie Mae williams, co- done; but, led by the grace of on Sunday, March 13. Dr. one year. Recently Mrs. Taylor -
program will be centered for the week in its fullness, chairman. They have set a God and two young, hardworking Richardson is one of the really because of that .Old
around organ music and crown to the iov of evervone. goal of 5000. Let us, men, men of God in the great preachers on the Magic Touch" of doing things
ing of Miss or Mr. Little Angel President C. J. gurney then give them our fullest coopera- person of Deacon Jimmie Lee American scene. He is a native the cultural, research, and

of the Transfiguration, had the minutes of the prev- tion and support.On Hodges, chairman; and cochairman of Jacksonville, Fla and prayerful way, has been reappointed
1966. This you can't miss. ious meeting read by the Rev. this Sunday afternoon, Deacon John D aw- did his undergraduate work at for three years more
The public is cordially invited. H. Brown who acted as secre Choir No. One of Macedoniaand kins, all previous records of western, Reserve University.His on the board. This board is
Mrs. Alice Harrison,chairman.Mrs. tary. The Rev. J. E. Jenkinsand Choir No. One of St. IAMB Men's Day at Mt. Olivette Theological studies were composed of nine members.It .
Lillian Smith, presidentof Rev. Brown were appointee Church will be in a Bat were broken by the sum of done at Harvard Divinity was Mrs. Taylor's distinguished
the E. C. W. to contact President Thedford tle of Songs. Won't you come $3,250.65.We school and he received his honor to present
Johnson to arrange for the installation out and support your favorite wish to thank the Rev. doctorate degree from Drew to the Board of Commissioners -

FIRST BAPTIST services March 7. to group. William Washington, pastor of University.Dr. including all high county
officials, library cards, thus
New Philadelphia Baptist
BROWNSVILLE
The pastor and members of NEW MT. MORIAHReV. Church, our morning speaker. Richardson has preached celebrating the coordinationof all
Travel Libraries to unincorporated -
the First Baptist of Browns- The Rev. Leholden Dean, associate at many colleges in our
A. L. Shipp, pastor GREATER WARD pastor of Ebenezer nation and will be rememberedby areas of Dade
ville cordially invites to
you Evelyn Souter, reporter CHAPEL AMEHALLANDALE Methodist church, the evening former students and graduates County. This project was one
come and worship with us at the
worked for ardiously by
Services were spiritually speaker. The New Providence of these colleges.
St. Mary Missionary Baptist high Sunday with our pastor Baptist Church Male we are privileged to have Board. Coral Gables and South
Church GablesMarch
of Coral
14 bringing both messages and Chorus, Leslie Thomas, guest such an outstanding person to Miami are the first cities to'ocome
at 8 p.m. Friday, March 11 at 8 p.m. the
under Metro Library
the services preach for us, and welcome
both choirs song soloist and organist and the
The Brownsville and Liberty ,, the Second Quarterly Conference -
and all usher boards at the!' Male Chorus of Mt. Olivette, (he public to join us in wor- Plan for Dade County. Others
Union held.
will be
City Pastor's Aid Rev. will follow. This present-
will convene here Sunday, posts. G. M. Champion, pastor, Rev.J. members and friends and the ship.
.tion was at the morning session
choir will have a public at large who helped to
No. I
March Atkins A. Roberts, presiding elder. :
13, Rev. S. March of the regular Metro Commission -
musical program Sunday, make this day a success both
delivering the The is asking that Feb. 15.
sermon. pastor hearings
YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE
II
3 Also at the same spiritually and financially.See .
at
The Deaconess Board la 13 p.m. 'Hoard will all chairmen of all boards, BUILDING SERVICE TO The Miami Daily News ed-
time the Deaconess you in church Sunday.
having a Tea and giving double please be present and make THE COMMUNITY itorial spoke highly of this
have their union. It m' a Mt. Olivette cordially invites
away a toaster Saturday night written and financial reports. library board and its members
March 12, the Male Chorus treat. you to come and worship. ,... 8UYIHC( BUILDING( with praise for its membersand

will render the music. Choir No. 1 will celebrateits Sunday morning at 9:30- CCALL its achievements.
STANLEY
P.ev. W. M. Davis, pastor anniversary March 25 thru Sunday School, Mrs. Ora Mae .- A
Darnell Turner, reporter the 27th. The pastor ni asking Holllnger, supt. in charge. FINESTPRINTING PL Mill McGHANEY SPEAKS
Rev. J. A. Roberts will deliver Verily I say unto you whosoever
church
the entire to accomp- I
the message at the 11 'di .1..1'.1 H. .. shall not receive the
St.Mllry's .
SHILOHRev. any him to the Grove to a.m. service. The Gospel B.ilt .a Y.vr .... Kingdom of God as a little
Rev. Tanner pastor,
,
Choir will render the music, SERVICEHERE'S M OvrH sAmedive child shall in no wise enter
A. L. Griffin, pastor Friday, March 18 at 8 p.m Mrs. Gloria Furgerson, organist AltwL *. therein. Luke 18:17.It .

Sis. C. M.Myles, reporter Usherboard No. 2 will .1..4 ASJiti.a. Is very wise to be humbleit

There will be a PreSprlng serve. I PROOF YOU'LL Us 0.Mli.k sometimes seem impossible
Tea Sunday from 4-6 p.m. The MT. TABORRev. Y.., W., n 0.t to try being humble we try
guest speaker will be Sis. At 5 p.m. Fellowship Hour I LIKE OUR PRINTING : H.vse .ad S.i14. but stings are -at times jutwon't
P. S. Brown, pastor .....1, Nsw H... I
Claudia Henson let be that but
Herbert. Sponsored by the with Mrs. Quit; Jib; Baijtt likeNs Cell Us f.. facts AL..t us way
Willing Workers Club. Coming events at Mt. Tabor: supervisor, and Robert Florence 1..141. we can try all the harder. The
Pies sale president.At more we try a thing, the easier
will be on Sat March 10th at 5 Jok Tu Ui ir Small
urday at the home of SI. Thursday, GeM 1.11 (iw.aci.g it will become a part of

Woodson, 2136 NW 73th St. p.m. faster Practice.20th Ushersof 7 p.m. the pastor and Deifies Met M 1mSatrfactMfl us. U an infant stop trying to
The No. 1 Usher Board Sunday, March will celebrate congregation will worship in >TAMLEY BUILDERS, walk because it falls it
will Board No. 2 an after-service at the Star would learn to walk. Sos
be selling dinner Satur- CuraitttJ inc.Lkus.4 never
at 3 p.m.
anniversary VLB. Church the-
their ,
day at the home of Sis. Othel of Antioch Bethlehem e must keep on trying like
Mitchell 1302 NW 67th St. Rev. Stephenson Church of Brownsville pastor Rev. I. W. Hepburn. lit Stir cistiiers cut lack! Ls.r.J the infant or tt a little child.
sia. Mattie foot It in Baptist So until a later date, if God's
Light and visitors
will deliver the sermon. Friends are IU N. E. 7** S..H
Baptist Hsspital. Rememberto March 27th, I always welcome at Greater Thus ui..i; f IerW. will, thanks, and my prayers
Sunday Mini
visit and pray for the sick Rally. Ward Chapel AME. for all of you.
and shut-ins. Twelve-In-One



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18 THE'MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, March 11, 1966


NE'S' FRO* "March On Washington"


Slated For Monday Night 'ft'r.

AROUND ATHE IAHAMASAn

I On Monday, March 14 Booker \\\\
T. Washington will become CARVER P.T.A.The V ,
W," ; ctio.-- ..::- 'WI,
the lighted school house on .
; estimated 15,000 spectators p.m. and was extinguished twc Sixth Avenue when it is ex Carver High P.T.A. Mohammad All (Cassius Clay) has presented the
will meet again, Monday,
o
thronged Rawson Square'I 1 hours later. Extensive damage
pected that more than 400 with another situation whereby they
American ,
people
Plans for
March
14 at 8 p.m.
Prince Wharf
George George
the second floor.
'I was on '
will "March
people on Washington
this that their basic values the
centered world are
meeting are could to the
Street and in articles prove
, yachts ships Clothing and other ; "
!
.
BT" The. Con* around. the: of Mr. have
t speech As before they shown
citizens.
freedom granted its
'. I Nassau Harbor; and the windows tot the Sandilnads Bazaar munity School Council, made
Harcout Clark director of
arid roofs in the vicinity were on the ground floor. Ex- of than that the principles upon which our country was foundedare
up more 20
persons, EOPI, in the Coconut Grove 1tli
=)) to welcome Queen Elizabeth cept for water damages, they along with faculty membersand area. His speech will stress becoming just phrases not to be cherished by its

on Sunday morning as she were intact. the community school director community improvement and citizens of question.The .

i I' stepped from the Royal Yacht has organized this job opportunities in Dade constitution provides all citizens with freedom -
Britannia. ......***** m
I iI movement for the purpose:of County, Mr. Clark has spoken of worship, freedom of speech and freedom of as-
I This was a historic maL The Right Rev. Spence encouraging',';arid'' motivating':before the student body at sembly. When any of these freedoms are denied it con-

t I .ment.in the history of:the Bahamas Burton, 84,. died in Cincin- people' as it the first time nati Ohio, on Feb. 11. He
was take a remarkable talent to deliver
advantage of the educa-
the individual involved. It is opinion that such is
I :( a reigning monarch had visited resigned as bishop of the tional, recreational and voca- beneficial information. my r
!s the colony Anglican Diocese in the Ba- tion opportunities now offeredat Parents and students will be the case involving Cassius Clay. Emotionalism has replaced -

, People had come from the hamas in 1961 after serving BTW. especially interested in his Americanism. in the minds of many Americans.

I various Out Islands to see for 19 years. Coming to the The entire community is remarks.Mr. They seem destined to choose the easy way out in any

. the Queen and the city was Bahanas during World War II William A. Cooper, the crises. Cassius has been adjudged guilty, and senten- rUg

crowded. At daybreak the he was the first American invited which to witness will include a fine program president of the PTA expresses ced, because he dared to adhere to the freedoms I've

crowd began to gather and Prelate to occupy the post in par- special thanks to all Individuals mentioned above.
ticipation of both adults and
who donated their
long before the Britannia the colony and was belovedby made his reclassification r
students. Special guest for the time and talents toward the Clay statements concerning -
rounded the Bar at 8:30 a.m. parishioners and others. evening will be the renown wonderful Valentine program for the draft, and of the fact that "he had no quar- n

and headed for the dock they ............ Charles S. Mott, the Father of presented at our last meeting. rell with the Viet Cong," yet in each case he only

were there, waiting. Community Schools in this Further, in behalf of the PTA joined the chorus of already rebellious Americans. Asa u
A stiff wind
northeasterly
caused the bit Baswell Donaldson, 33j country.If organization, Mr. Cooper result of his statements his future actions have already -
water to act a
of the wishes congratulate the
unruly and made it difficultto has been appointed assistant you are one per- to been anticipated. This is not the American way, of
of
sons who would like to im- fine activity programs
line the 413-foot yacht with secretary to the Ministry of prove a skill, play games, Carver and the Community All individuals are innocent until proven guilty, and ttiit

the dock side. The breeze Finance effective Feb. 1. Mr. sew, type, sing in the Com- School. A special congratulatory this should hold true in the case of Mr. Clay.

also intcrferred with the place- Donaldson is a son of Mrs. munity choir, act in the com- expression is directed I feel that Clay is justified in contesting his re-
ment of the royal red carpet on H. B. Donaldson and the late towards the Carver High Varsity
munity theatre or join in a bull 1 classification by his draft board. Americans are granted
which the Queen was to walk. Bishop T. E. W. Donaldson.A basketball team whose
session invite this and has the ask for
we you to privilege, everyone right to
At six minutes past 10 graduate of Fisk University fine efforts and continuous
"March on Washington". All' clarification. Clay also said that he has no quarrel with 0h
he principal of the
a.m., the Queen disembarked was improvement have led them to
) persons marching on Washington the Viet Congo Only a few Americans have cause for personal -
accompanied by her husband Prince Williams (Baptist) a play in the state tournamentas
Prince Philip. Marching thru High School for several years are asked to be on the the only school,.'ih/D'ade: concern, 'and they'are'the ones having lost a lov- ecS

." the Police Guard of Honor, and has been inspector of steps at 7:30 p.m. Further information County so _repr '.ct! Uo.$r.x. ed one in battle with the Viet Cong. Because they haveno

+; they proceeded from lawson science and mathematics with may be secured by 'conference for the,19M C Class I personal conflict with the Viet Cong does not mean

t. Square ,across Bay Street to the Ministry of Education for calling FR 7-2536 after 2:30 the: AA Championship. they will not fight. Our government is of the people, by i
'. p.m. or you may contact
the canopied dais in front of the past year. lie is the first b
following persons: Elder Jacob the people and for the people, and it has declared that

,where the statue the welcome of Queen addresses Victoria, sition.Bahamian to hold such a po- Cohen, chairman, BTW Com- NOTICEThe the Viet Cong is its enemy, therefore, it is the enemyof b

' ; munity School Council; Rev. south Broward.Oeginrners all :Americans and they will act accordingly as they
,, were made by the Hon. Leonard ............ Stafford Sweeting, cochair will have in'all other emergencies.To .
Knowles, president of the Choir Union, Vele-! =
ince
Senate; and the Hon. Robert man; Clifford R. Matthews Sr. brate its First Anniversary say that Clay is not a devout follower of his

II. Symonette, speaker of the A 2,000 voice choir, composed Community School Director. on Sunday, March 13'at 3 p.m. chosen religion would be a gross understatement. Fi-

House. The Police Band of'pupils from all the The Mt. Pleasant AME Church er
play- nancially he has paid quite a handsome price for his
schools in New Providence.
ed. "Your Majesty theQueen" ....... will host the program. The beliefs. He has not, and never will receive the full thto
sang speaker will be M.
The royal couple attended guest M.
at Clifford Park on fruits of his labor. lie is the most underpaid heavy-
services at 11 a.m. at Christ Sutton of Hollywood, Fla.
Church' Cathedral in which" Feb. 28 for Queen Elizabeth. Carver Please don't miss thistreat.Mrs. weight champion the world has ever known. But if he lcCI

every available space was Ministry of Education's Music Hazel Sims| is president. has found contentment, and peace of mind in his en-

taken, and chairs were placedin Instructor Timothy Gibson is Ranches 1 ti.J oeavors, maybe the price is right.

the garden for those who the composer and was the director Now for the record. I am not a Muslim. I don't

y' listened through the windows. for the occasion. News agree with the principles of the Muslim's religion. Nor C

On Manday more than 13- ............ MARY LEEEMPLOYMENT am I in sympathy with their aims. I'm only consciousof tI
)', 000 school children and 30- --6y Wolt.r Bowe --' being and American. I feel another American is being

000 spectators gathered at Mr. Gibson has composed denied his basic rights and this, and this alone has
Clifford Park to welcome the The VFW Post No. 8195 this article. There those who will
three previous songs for vis- 12391 HE 6th Avenue prompted are agree,
Queen and her husband. Theday's will hold its annual ball at and there others but I feel the of
iting royalty: "Welcome to the are majority us are
actibities included the the Big Bamboo Club in Hal-
Duke of Windsor" 1941 "Hail 151-8509 151-5211 American s first.
;
awarding of the Queen's Cer- landale Saturday night March
tificate of Honor to several Princess Margaret," 1955, snd 12. Post 4693 of Opa-locka COME IN OR CALLtcookshousekeepers t1R
Bahamians "Sailor Prince" for Prince and other .
visiting the Prin- neighboring postsare day
cess Margaret Hospital, the Philip in 1959. invited. Music will be fur- workers, butlers,chauffeurs,

Ranfurly Children's Home, the 44iM****.*.* nished by Eddie and His in- couples urgently needed. 1t2
Bahamarama, a display of ternes. Donation $1.25, tables t2
arts and crafts done by. JJa- Charged with manslaughter free, time 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
hamains. in the fatal stabbing of George CallCHARLES 1

The Britannia left Nassau Taylor at Alice Town, Bimini, The Florida Stars Bowling 1
Dec. 26 Samuel Saunders was League is hitting the pins
with the royal couple at 11:30
acquitted by a Supreme Court pretty well. Eddie way and HEAR ROGERSAT
Monday night enroute to Ja- Ei
maica. jury Feb. 11. The two men Frank Southward put up a duel
were said to have been under in the last game Monday night, ARCHIE DENNIS i
The government thou-
spent the influence of liquor when at the Ft. Lauderdale lanes.
Gospel Singer of'
sands of pounds for the decorations PL 1-7502
the stabbing occurred. Taylorwas They both bowled at 2.35 game
and Nassau really wasa TV Gospel Time
stabbed in the knee after 1
of
picture beauty.
he knocked Saunders to the The Mt. Zion AME Churchof THURSDAY MARCH 17
*Sass a..4ti.The ground. west Hollywood will have For A Good Buy on
Progressive Liberal its Governor's Rally this 8 P.M.

.Party four members in the Henry Rolle was sentencedto Sunday. Rev. Grant is pastor.
House of Assembly, who 12 years of hard labor in ST. JAMES AME

staged a boycott of the House the Supreme Court Feb. 10 for Congratulations to Mr. CHURCHRev. A Piano Organ

since last April, returned to attempted murder. Rolle was Obedian Ferguson for his ,

their seats on Feb, 10. The convicted for shooting Francis new upholstering shop on 48th J. B. Blacknell,

boycott followed in the wake John, a Haitian night watch- Ave. and Pembroke Road, W. Pastor Scott Stereoor

of a heated argument when man st Seashore Village con- Hollywood.

PLP leader L. 0. Pindling struction site, Grand Bahama -

smashed the speaker's mace, Oct. 25. He also had a rob- Orchestra Instruments

throwing it out of a window of bery charge against him. DOt 'T FRET GET

the House. A unanimous de-
An anchored dinghy was
cision to end the strike was found off Pinder's Point, E-Z PAYMENTSON

made at a National Party Grand Bahama, Monday, Feb. AUTO INSURANCESR

Council meeting. 6, and two men who went I

fishing were reported missing. if have other home
************ 22's filed or you auto or
One of them was identified as insurance problems.
Zaccnias Wallace and the other
Mrs. Gertrude Eliza Dor- was not known. Police found CALL NOW FR 3-8369 FOR INFORMATIONLowest

sett, 82, a retired school clothes on the bottom of the possibbi I!>> rates. Auto.Home Insurance

teacher, died recently at sea near the boat. CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN iNfcURORS, INC.
Princess Margaret Hospital. '
She is survived by a son, ...*****... Suite 210 1036 SW lit Ct. Miami

Albert, three daughters, Mrs. Apr. 2WEsDugies
Nurse Persis Rodgers, Or-
Marge Thurston, Mrs. Wini-
of the
ganizer Purple Cross
fred Ferguson and Mrs. Rhoda
Nurse Unit in the Bahamas,
McEwan; a brother, Gladstone
was honored at a banquet at
Munnings; two sisters Mrs. Guest HOUSGSR
the Sheraton-British Colonial
Kathleen Cobum of Boston,
hotel Feb. 5. She was awardedthe
Mass., Mrs. Ethel Moxey, nine Past Grand Daughter Ruler II The House of unusual rooms Ir
grand children and five great- _._
'
Collar In mln T
of the National Assoc. us <
grand children.
iation of Elks by Mrs. Gladys .A better place. we. challenge you:; to find.

............ Yates of New York, assistedby Seeing it believing
Mrs. Lillian Archer, Past Th. accommodations you receive.

Fire broke out on the sec Grand Daughter Ruler and You find only in this brother .

ond floor of a building or Deputy of the Bahamas. Dr. VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS
Charlotte Street the eveningof Wilbur II. Strickland of Phila- OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

Feb. 11 and actually tested delphia, a Past Grand Ex- 2941 N.W. 41TH STREET 634-3851 orner N.W. 54th St. I N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8195

the resources of the Fire Department. alted Ruler and, Grand Medical

.Sparks mounted some Director of the Grand Lodge JAMAICA DUGIE
IL MIAMI, DAILY & SUN. 9 TO 9 P.M.
300 feet firemen said. The was present, accompanied by Always a friend
blaze was discovered at 6:15 his wife.




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BY LEO ARMBRISTER
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AGLER OFF AND RUNNINGWith

Negro college stars have been named to Look
the Inaugural out of the way, the Flagle Magazine's 10-man All America team picked by the
nnel Club is fast settling down for a 43-night rui United States Basketball Writers Association. They are
its first winter season of operation since : 196T-6J Dave Bing of Syracuse, Cazzie ussell of MichIR .
th the upcoming $20,000 Kennel Medley Champion Jim Walker of Providence and Waly Wesley of Kansas.
ip as its prime stake during the short spring ses -
the Lee Vanderbilt
Others named to team were: Clyde ;
n.Start Jack Marin, Duke, Dick Nemelka, Brigham Young; Pat
of the Medley is still a week or so away,but
Riley, Kentucky; David Schellhase, Purdue, and Dick
nnel owners began sizing up their potential best ate Snyder Davidson.

[ three different medley distances right from openg Russell, who won All America honors for the third
night last Monday. time, was described in Look as "the collegiate player
There's an abundance of name stars on hand and
awaited the
most pantingly by pros.
of the best will be seen in action duringthe forth
ny Bin?, "not only shot for better than 55 percent, but
ming week. also led the Orange in rebounds and assists," the maga-
These include such 5/16ths standouts as Happy; Sugar Ray Robinson called on Governor Ralph' M. zine declared.
utz' defending track champion Comstat, the Public Paiewonsky (center) of the U. S. Virgin Islands at Gov- Walker, Look noted, came into national prominencewhen
mel's Biscayne Inaugural winner, Rockstreet and ernment House in St. Thomas this month. With them is he scored 118 points, including SO against Boston
ograPrincess, Les Coles's Steel' s Manor,Bill Ewalt' ,, Carlos Ortiz, former lightweight champion. The athletes College, during the Holiday Festival Tournament in New
edal and Cri Low and a pair of real top-notchers who
gave an exhibition bout on St. Thomas for the benegit of York.
ill be delayed a bit in making their Flager debuts due the Police Athletic League. Robin son and Ortiz enter- Wesley, tallest of the current AH Americans at

injuries. tained a crowd of 1,500 in the six round match. 6'11", wears Wilt Chamberlain's' number 13 and, like
These are the sensational young Bulleree, who his Jayhawk predecessor, "forces opponemts to play
on six straight after breaking in at Flager last fall his game and averages over 20 points," the magazine
id went on to cop the $31,400 Biscayne AUFloridahampionship declared.
in his first stakes shot, and John Still' J
ecord-smashing Big Forge. GREYHOUND RACING $100,000 DORAL OPEN TOPS IN GOLF THIS WEEK Jj
Competition at the 3/8th Flagler Course distanc j
s expected to be equally keen with such standouts as The final ans greatest of three-act extravaganzasin '
POST TIME
ill Ewalt's $10,000 Flagler Derby winner, Cri Along;; 8:00 P.M. golf Miamians have been enjoying in the past three J
ay DuPree's $10,000 Count-Down winner, Another .fthIt1etts weeks will be presented this weekend when the top-
onus; Les Cole's Wild Jean, Happy Stutz' Busby, notch of the professional ranks will be teeing off for
tc., among the top name campaigners. share in the $100,000 purse, in the Doral Open. Pre-
Marathoners to look for in the 7/16ths competition ceding this big one was Baseball and North-
include George Fulton's Nopal Star, winner of the recent South to perk the interest of golfing fans who will be
Rickard Memorial at Miami Beach; Stutz' West- treated to the game's best with such great standouts as

em Fleece, winner of last year's $5,000 Flagler Mara Palmer, Nicklaus, Sifford, Pete Brown Sanders and
thon Championship, and Les Cole's great pair of dis others, out to master a course that is truly a test for a
tance-running littermates,Terry Stroemer and In Memory pro's ability.
Another one to keep an eye on when she goes the
long distance is Borden's Pride, a littermate of the PAR AND BIRDIE TO PLAY MIAMI SPRINGS SUNDAYThe

great Miss whirl, who can run all night. And a pair of '?b. N.H..'. Or..4
young Grade A pups to watch are Happy Stutz' Good- Slt..c." Par and Birdie Club monthly activity site
Cause and Gene Randle's Tiki Doll. They look like NOW will be the Miami Springs golf course Sunday at 8 a.m
real comers who figure to start making it big during TWIN DOUBLE Clyde Young, tournament director has some new
the Flager meeting. plans he thinks wi 11 be of very great interest to all
and requests that all members, who plan to participatein
ORIOLESThis this or sebsequent monthly activities, contact himor j
president Kelley C. Wilson not later than Saturday, 1
Friday, March 11, at 8 p.m. the Orioles play March 12.WHERE .
lOWGA
the Minnesota Twins, the American League pennant

winners. Sunday March 13th at 2 p.m.they play the New OR WHAT NEXT FOR CASSIUS?
York Yankees. Tuesday, March 15th, Washington Sena-
tors at 1:30 p.m., Friday, March 18th Los Angeles The Muhammad AH who has emerged from the gay,
Dodgers at 8 p.m. All games played at Miami Stadium, fun-loving lavascious, fighting cocoon of Cassius
2301 NW 10th Ave. For reservations call 635-5395. OPEN Clay is a very confused and dejected person now.
Prices: Box seats $2.50, reserved, $2.00 reserved be- His thoughts are many, his moods are blue, he is
hind$1.00.FRANK home plate $.150 General admission $1.25. Bleachers 6: 30 P.M. not sure whether to stand up and fight or to run away. r

The nomad bout of March 29 has finally seemedto j

be rested on the foreign soil of Toronto, Canada,
ROBINSON FINALLY REPORTSWhen
EVERY DAY completely rejected by Clay's own country-the big
question mark is why the whole idea is not scrapped-
Frank Robinson made his appearance on the
to this Clay provides a weak answer that his pride
ball field Tuesday, there was plenty of back slappingand c
would be hurt, so he will fight even if it is a tele-
handshaking. Why, all the excitement, well? They
all think with Frank, this is the year for the Oriolesto phone booth or on a barge at sea.
win the pennant. His thoughts are also .to. retire if this mess is
ever cleared out of the way, meanwhile the Louisville
HALL OF FAME FOR THE draft board is probably holding the card that will win

GRAND OLD MAN OF BASEBALL the whole affair hands down.
.
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Casey Stengel has been voted into Baseball'sHall ,t'h PI"'i l ;' ''i'in17
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of Fame by a unanimous vote of the 11-man ve- l a' y:

teran's committee in a special election. r
Stengel, 75, became eligible without the normal
five-year waiting period when the rules were changedJan.

30. a1 p"
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The man who led the New York Yankees to five {
straight world championships and 10 pennants in 12
years becomes the 104th member of the Hall.


CLAY TERELL FINALLY FINDS A HOME

After being pushed from pillar to post, Toronto w 4r
has decided to put it on.This in my opinion will be recognized M
as the biggest farce in history for a heavy- R
weight title fight. I do not mean the ability of the 7 Itl'N
fighters, themselves, putting on a good fight, but the
way it has been publicized all over the world. Moving ..y.J.
picture theaters are pulling out, also auditoriums and a
threat by the American Legion to picket does not do

too much good either.

KOUFAX AND DRYSDALE TRYINGTO WIN

Sandu Koufax and Don Drysdale, the Dodgers
"gold dust twins" who want more gold and less dust Reservations

figure two heads are better than one, so together theyare ', 444.8401KINNII
relentless door of contract.
tryir. to pry open the
makers.
The two aces pitching want a long term contractfor Your reporter was among those who were proud
more than a million dollars. Dodgers' executives ctuNo I recipientsof a golfing trophy in the North-South Tourna-
who readily agreed to their right to better contracts ment for his exceptional gift for the game.: There, no
balked on the time clause, which is over a period of MiNoss*.Mim,. NOITHW..T one reared my perfect score. My score? The highest
three years. handicap score. Nif sed!



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