The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00407

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I These five lovelyyoung ladies are vieing for the title of "Miss Urban Brenda is a sophomore at Miami Jackson, and Rosa is a senior at Booker T. .j

League Youth Community." Carolyn is a sophomore at Miami Edison, Sheryl Washington. contest will climax with a formal ball at Bayfront Park Audi-

is a senior at Booker T. Washington, Carolyn Hogan is a senior at Mays High torium in April.



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Vol. 43, NP. 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1966 20 PAGES 15*. I

I Police. .. .. Ask Crackdown. ..- ,on Sole' of Guns Death Rate of Negro t

Another new, tough Metro departments would know who 24 hours of the sale, to give cense, and shall not be ad-
law aimed at cracking downon gun salesmen are. We're hoping them time to check on the buyer. ,vertized d for sale by placardsin GI's is 18.3 Per Cent :
gun sales and the sale of the commission will be window display or any .
concealable weapons such as sympathic," he.-said. The seller's' sales books other place where they can be
pistols, revolvers and sawed- The ordinance would require would have to be open for seen from the outside.A The Defense Department Navy were not available, but 1'1''
off shotguns, was urged by all sellers of small fire- police inspection at all times; fine of $500 or one year announced that proportionately it was estimated that 500 Ne-
Dade police officials and the aims to apply for a license Under the proposed ordinance imprisonment is the penaltyfor more Negroes have died in groes or 5.1 per cent, are in t
Greater Miami Crime Commission with the Metro Commission. guns must be sold at persons convicted of violating Viet Nam than any other U. S. Viet Nam with only one Ne-
Thursday. There is no such procedure the address listed by the li- the ordinance. military personnel, but offi- gro dead in four years. !

State Attorney Richard now. --- --- cials deny there is any dis- The Air Force reported 908 R
Gerstein said the law will not Evidence of competency, crimination in battle area Negroes,.8.3 per cent, and no
affect persons selling rifles good character and integrity 14 INJURED AS CITYBUS assignments.In Viet Nam deaths.
and shotguns. would have to be produced by a recent Pentagon sur- said that the
"It's not intended to affect the applicant. The commission vey, figures show that of the The Pentagon
sportsmen," he said. also could require the Sheriff'soffice Army force in Viet Nam at the data covered 98 per cent of
RAMS TRUCKA the forces in Viet Nam
"We tried to get somethinglike to investigate an appli- endof 1965 16,531 or 24.8 per December.The .
this through the State cant and take his fingerprints. cent were Negroes while the
Legislature on a statewide Licenses would be issuedto Miami Transit bus driver 49, of 4110 NW 32nd Ct., West Negro death rate between 1961 Defense Departmenthas

basis and got nowhere," he individuals only, and no 14 passengers, and a truck Hollywood, was badly shakenup and 1965 was 18.3 per cent. asked the services to
,added. This will strengthen person convicted of a felony 'driver were injured Thursday and cut on the head and The Marines have a forceof make a survey of the Negro
the county's present ordin- could be licensed. when the two vehicles collidedat face. Rufus Dixon 26, City 3,580 in Viet Nam, 8.9 per participation in Viet Nam because
; a downtown intersection. Transit truck driver was cent were Negro comparedwith "
ance which all local law en- Gerstein noted that all of "many requests.
The accident occured at treated for possible internal tha 1.3 cent Negro
forcement officials agree is gun-sellers now in businesswill Somecongressmen, civil rights
impotent." have to apply for a li- I NW 3rd Ave. and Sixth St. injuries at Jackson Memorial ,death rate in the 1961-65 leaders and others have quest- '
North Miami Police Chief cense. The time between the 'where the traffic light was Hospital.Mel period. ioned whether Negroes have
'I changing. Loaded with boxesof Stewart and E. K. The report says that the
Wayne Thurman head of the sale of a gun and the actual delivery been discriminated against on
Dade Police Chief's Associa- would be extended 'I Japanese imports, the truck Rawls, accident investigators, Negro death percentages in the battlefield, and whether
'1 turned over on its side. charged both men with careless Viet Nam become more marked
tion, said there is no way of from 24 hours to 72 hours. they are being forced to fight
The bus snapped a driving. The bus enteredthe when enlisted men only are
keeping track of gun sellers The seller would have to power a war in which they are not in
mail copies of the 'sales record 'pole I in two places, knocked a intersection as the light counted. These stand at 22.1 sympathy
now."Under this law, all police to the authorities within nail box through the padlocked changed to amber, witnessessaid. per cent for the Army and 12.0
4 vacant grocery store, and The truck driver appa- for the Marines.

.. I stopped on the sidewalk just rently saw the light changing The Pentagon gives the Court Clears
short d the store. but did not slow down, following breakdown.The .
The front windows of the Stewart said. Army has a ti tal of
High Campaign : ;bus were shattered and some Among injured passengers 1.078 including 213 officers, NAACP I InMississippi
I I of[ the passengers were injured taken to Jackson Memorial IYT enlisted men. Negroes: 6
iy t flying glass or by being Hospital were: Teresa La- officers, 191 enlisted, total
Gathers Momentum i :thrown from their seats. fuents, 36, of 245 SW 16th Ct. 197 or 18.3 per cent.
Those seriously injuredwere Emma Stallworth, 61, of 720 The Marines have a total

I Bob his fifth Several Negro leaders in passed through the broken NW 41st St.; Edward Sanders of 346 including 37 officersand NEW ORLEANS -The U.S.
High serving
various parts of the state who < windows on stretchers, but 71, of 12350 NW 12th Ave.; 309 enlisted. Negroes: Court of Appeals for the Fifth
term as Mayor of Miami, madea and firemen ban- of 737 NW 2 officers, 37 enlisted, total
bitterly opposed Bums and I policemen Mary Jones 53, Circuit has upheld the rightof ,
whirlwind visit to Tampa Kelly in 1964 and bitterly denounced aged the cuts of all. 77th St.; and Robert McMillen, 39 ot 11.3 per cent. the National Association' I
and St. Petersburg last weekto what few Negroes who Bus driver Maurice Koski, 49 of 326 NW 8th Street. The precise figures for the for the Advancement of Colored '
kickoff his campaign in
People to conduct its activities -

Hillsborough Counties.local campaign Conference and staff Pine with II and as might are about now any have found candidate said in the a kind but camps High word of, ,'f :!;:Attorney General: Urges, Tarn sippi.The Court in the further state of ordered Missis-a

of their former enemies.It .
workers, financial committees, Federal Court in Jt.tson,
is of the tasks which
addressing several groups of one Miss., to block quick arrests
faces Rev. Tillman to find : from Protest to Affirmation
citizens making TV appearances of civil rights demonstratorsor I
and holding Press replacements for these de- l-. ,.. --- ---.."---"- ---------- attempts to halt the right of '
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defectors. While some of these '
conferences provided Bob a peaceful demonstrations > !
leaders have answered the The time has come for'civil Addressing a special con- of us can be satisfied until against racial discrimination. I
full agenda.In i
call of Kelly and Burns, the I rights organizations in ference of the Southern Regional they do." I II
the High staff was Rev.E. masses of Negroes throughoutthe I the South to "turn from protest Council, the Attorney The decision, handed < .
C. Tillman, top member of state are still strongly I to affirmation" Attorney General praised the Negro iMr. Katzenback emphasizedthe down March 9cleared the way
the High campaign staff, who pro-High. I General Nicholas Katzenbach leaders for their work in voter need for supplementing for the NAACP to obtain a '
did a yoeman job in 1964 when Mrs. Athalie Range the 1 told a group of Negro leaders registration among their race. their registration campaignwith charter from the state, which
High upset earlier predictionsand leading Negro public officialin 1 last week.Mr. lie noted that since the 1965 efforts to educate, mobi- state officials had tried to
gained the runoff spot Florida by virture of her Katzenback said tothe Voting Ri ghts Act took affect lize, and organize newly registered block through legislation passed
against Haydon Bums. appointment to the City of 1 gathering of the South's last August, Negro voter registration Negro voters. lie call- in 1962.
Rev. Tillman obtained a Miami City Commission, is nost influential leaders thatthe in five Deep South ed on the civil rights leadersto At that time, Mississippi
leave from his church and heartily endorsing Mayor High t civil rights movement states rose from 588,000 to provide "responsible local changed its law regarding
other activities in Brunswick, and will work closely in his I should change from "a force some 950000. leadership" that "must go non-profit organizations
Oat to return to Florida during campaign which will more I against discrimination to a "However," he added beyond voting, beyond solely required such organizations to
the campaign to lend assis- than make up for those who najor affirmative force in the "more than half the adult Negroes Negro interests and extend to ter file which an application would be for accepted a char-
second 1 life not only of the of the South still are strengthening the capacitiesof
tance in Mayor iii gh's worked in High's previous Negroes only if it would be "to the
attempt for the governorship campaign and are now oppos->f the South but of all the not participating in the most every community in the best interests of the State of
of Florida. ing him. 'South." basic act of citizenship. None South." Mississippi"

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Th Tines applauds thedoubfo-tarrelled attack oo
Miami s slums being launched by the Miaai City COm-
> mission The convaission is presently considering the
pss* of new Ian tinted at the prevention of run
tragedies similar to the two which recently claimed the
lies of 12 persons
City Manage* Melvin Reese SftdteaiW
report on the February S fire which claimed the livesof
10 persons at 1132"If First PIa.e. His report included
: trctivrnretr!a'tims foX the updating of Uiatd'snti
uted fire cede: and pressed changes: for the present >. ,

Riaireuft: housing code which has allowed the ,L.. 1 r ;...._';;,
pwpetv>*tic i c\ of e\istiag rotsafe and cm sanity dwellings;: '"'"-: .
additional fire and : : : "" .\ '
and permitted the buldingof traps ,., '
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rT 35uin, >tr. Reese *sVed the oattmissioa to baa themte ,." ".<<("" "
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of: the popular ( blamed for the Febnsajy nth fire srad to te the s ecesAction -
ssq. to fore landlords to install 'i' %rrned }, &t. DO THESE SHACKS AT XI 22 AYE AND II ST. REALLY MEET COUNTY STANDARDS I

-+ fag sl'tt-1t. Frtcaticm .of the :marry slum conditions to be found lathe It is interesting to note that these shacks were
Arcvwiwsg t'M:. Reese, a 1rl b9.tix ins:,+er
Negro JBe$ throughout Dade Concrete proof of rented for years with no individual toilet facilities.
tuv limed at die elnrtaaticm ofpwserftjy tsssde Cut3i : is the coasty* la, news is Ae shocking fad that building Residents used community facilities in a building situated .
t Wing rtshed to cccrl: +}etana. H '*-*$ rt1'NW permitswere issued oa February: S. 1966 to the in the center of this development. There is one
that 4tl ci the taatial- 1$ ssrocrcre nn- +e< -ding Elba; Bech: as owner and 1... A. Bech: as contractor allowing entrance and exit to each building which definitely
the first h''o Asj's d thus effect 2tiatsared Ons.: the repair of 13 frame $shacks which by most brands each shack a highly potential death trap.
of the Triniirttin H\oMtg and the South r3m N.i'1.jr.c cue dated codes should have been condemned and Ve are at a loss to understand how building per-
-.. H.,rsuaxgfr.m iroVes glasses rd miming: screens raced long: ago. These shacks measuring only 9x13 ft.and mits could possibly have been issued to repair death
t\ the s2.-.r. f h;gh ,rr. 'Ust ro Aerial and lsrcl situated on a lot approvirnady 1 DOtc 100 feet a s traps in the county when the city is caking a concerted
14-1: ctd tu3rnt 4tJ.it. $. M.Q s W mmt hL7il..ingt 'hunt cnbehet: 'able as it may seem in this day and age, are effort to clean up this type situation.
i 1? U'\'e br>c tl.,\t :or ems:h Ysn3i.
being repaired for rental to human beings and in all Me strongly urge an investigation into this mat-
In his 7t'p. "t Reese sa' m13': arcrmmem3edtSat
probabilities be rented. ter. Photos by Johnson of JtiacsL.
b,,dr3t be 7t'qtS1't"d to. p:' i:1t' Ii 1+rerrest2S-
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MIAMI TIMES. Friday March 18. 1966 3 ,


Four students from FloridaA Highway Patrol Sgt. A. P. The groom-to-be Everett
and M University at Talla- Floyd said that investigation Echols, 21, of Tallahassee,
hassee were killed when their indicated the car was travel- was one of the dead. The
car crashed through a guard- ing about 70 miles an hour others were Anthony Armon-
rail and burned near Lake when it went out of controlat strong, 20: Lorenzo Hall, 23; ,"
City Saturday. tho Interstate 10-75 inter- and Rudolph warren Brown,
Traveling from Tallahassee change, plunged through c 22, all of Jacksonville. ,
to Jacksonville for the guard rail and bounced downa Another student, Connie I
marriage of one, the four 40-foot embankment.It Mickson, was pulled from the
students from the universitywere burst into flames. flames by a motorist from a '
.1 I, burned to death. following automobile and was f;
admitted to a Jacksonville t
hospital for treatment.
I Joe Kershaw Switchesto Another one-car accident
killed two men on State Road I
45, seven miles west of San-
Legislature Group 22 I
r ford. Charles David Jackson j
'% of Deland and Douglas Molfst i
+; a'r
Dade school teacher and would bring in enough revenueto on of Green Cove Springs, ;!
rlettml" .. track coach Joe Lang Ker the state treasury to provide both 21 years old perished '
'.". shaw, who had fromerly quali- for the many projects we when their automobile clipped I
fied for District four, announced need without any new taxes," off a utility pole. :
.; today that he will seek a said Kershaw. j
seat in the newly reapportioned "Dade has been paying its
All who have moved I
Legislature in Group 22. share, now it's up to the so- voters in
Kershaw, 54, a native of called Prok Choppers to fol- the post year should call the'
>> Florida and a Miami residentfor low suit." Voting Registrar's Office.

40 years, holds a D. S. Joining the staff at George 377-7501 .
J degree and masters degree Washington Carver his year,
.. .... aer4...---"..;; -":. .. i from Florida A&M University. Kershaw formerly taught at
r, Laura Justice and Jacqui studying at Talladega College agency told me about the His platform will include a Booker T. Washington High
Simmons are among the fourteen she worked and studied model- Clairol job at the Fair." revision of the program which He lives at 2539 NW 46th St. (
lucky girls chosen to ing in Hartford, Conn and Jacqui plans to marry John provides school funds on a with his wife and 17yearoldson. WIG SALE
travel as Color consultants and Boston. Garry, a photographer, this; i daily attendance basis. Under .
l with the Clairol Color Carou- "When II was just a little spring. On her time off while. the present system, counties He will soon offer a plan to
sel on its 19-city nation-wide girl," she says, "I'd look at the Carousel is in Miami, she receive state monies based establish a two-year state ALL SHORT WGS-$27.50!
tour-first stop Miami. The pictures in magazines and has been picking up bargainto s upon the previous year's av- university in North Dade to
Carousel is at the 163rd St. imagine myself in the picture. help furnish their apart, age daily attendance. Ker- provide for the final educa- BLACKS, BROWNS-$4fc95
Shopping Center shaw's plan would offer these for the thousands of
through Sat- I've wanted to be a model all ment. She plans to stay with' tion many REDS $59.95
urday, March 19, from funds based on a monthly students presently enrolled in
. open 10 life." Laura
' my went to New Clairol in New York after the
. to 10. Admission is free, fore York to further her career. basis. junior colleges in Dade. Mon- BLONDES $69.95
women only.Women She studied at a charm school tour.When asked if Negro women "This would provide immediate roe, Broward and Palm Beach
who visit the Carousel then answered the Clairol ad. funds for those Counties. i\
y 1 'arecounselled posed any special problem itconsultants' schools that need them most," Hairpieces from $15.50 to
on feels
She the travel involvedin
work of cole r
Kershaw said. "We in Dade
right Carousel hair $19.95.
coloring this job will give her the
-. analysis, the girls said, "No, are especially in need be-
and cosmetics to use, wf1 therthey' background she needs to All 100% Human Hair
open not really. We approach every] cause of the Cuban influx and ,
. Want to be blondes, triin- her own modeling studio some woman the same way-we loot. seasonal changes in attend J
nettes or redheads. Sherman Hotelwall
day."Let's at her skin for its tones,, ance." EXOTIC FASHIONSOF
Clairol's Color Consul.
face it, a model whether it has olive, yellow,, Taking dead aim at small
. tants were chosen for their has only about ten good MIAMI
years. or pink in it. We have Clairol counties that have held the I I to wall carpeting,
beauty, poise and grooming, That's as Ion as of
g my type
blend with of the legislature
cosmetic colors to I power structure telephone and private bath
and for their ability to get looks will be in style. I wantto 16012 NW21 AVENUE
the dark Kershaw
all but perhaps very for 50 years,
along well with the public. do as. much as I can whileI in every room. '
est skin tones." would attempt to pass legislation Phone:624-7181 "
Four of the traveling consul. can." .
which would force them
Jacqui and Laura, in thei $6&$8PERDAY
tants, including Jacqui, originally i- Pert Jacqui Simmons' am- ,
uniforms of "tropical island" to assess at 100%. His plan 531 LINCOLN ROAD
worked at Clairol's New bitions lie along slightly dif would be to withhold state MIAMI BEACH
colors, are walking example s i STREETFR
465 HW
York World's Fair ferent lines. She too, has always
of the "total look of beauty''> funds to any county that did
after which the mobile Carou- wanted to be a, model, about which they advise Carousel -. not assess their tax rolls on a 9-1751' Phone: 5386017"PROfttf
sel is modelled. The girls and after a year at Bronx Com- visitors. 100% basis as ruled by the
who travel with the Carouselare munity College, worked to put State Supreme Court. "This
in their twenties, from hersekf thru modeling school. !;-
this country and England. But, much as she liked model- :I
Patrician beauty Laura isf ing, she don't like the life. REDUCE :
bm Boston, to judge by her "I could have had jobs, but I Lose up to 6 pounds :

'" accent and her loyalities, even didn't like hounding peoplefor WEEKLY : OF TAL
though she originally came them. I wanted a steady 4
S. W. 1st Street
from Anniston, Alabama. After job, so I was happy when my 1545


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District Superintendent

Smiling Jock Fiery is the supervisor of Bonded's Coconut Grove, Perrlne,
at 3801 Grand Ave. His telephone
4a Goulds, Homestead areas, with headquarters
number is 4451381. He has a staff of office personnel and collector to service the

tenants and clients. FOR BETTER SERVICE. Call Bonded.

'- For the Best in Housing Call

Bonded Rental Agency 'Inc.

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4 TliE MIAMI Till rC, Friday, March IB, 10A __ --.."_ '-;:' i i.6 ..._ I __ 1III tr.\; _

pPress-/! SOOtIDUSOness' : ntity'' I

V the American life. an open society. -
of This
"The Negro Press is one Stanley, publisher have Is especially -
and president Negro newspapers true of the
of the largest and most impor- Louisville Defender withstood three Negro
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher busi- of the National News- successfully press which because of I
elements in Negro its
formidable competitors during leadership in.
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor today and its paper Publishers Association the fight for full, '
ness economy white
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. CUr Editor continuing growth is one of the stated in announcing National the past century-the civil rights has, on occasion
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association of mod- Newspaper Week March i press, radio and television. It suffered reprisals from
great success stories Negro was often predicted that each diced advertisers. But in preju. r'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ern history. Begun 139 years 13-19. would be the doom of Negro with improved racial line
ONE YEAR ",00 ago in March, 1827, upon the Negro Newspaper Week was condi 11f ;
$5.00SIX MONTHS FOREIGN, $6.00 papers. Instead, the Negro i f tlons and the
founding of "Freedom's Journal" inaugurated 27 years ago to extension of i:'
the Negro Press has con- further explain the role of Ne- press has consistently emerged rights to American Negroes f p,
Entered or Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post in stronger, with greater vitality the Negro press, likewise "'
L. newspapers has
Frank gro-oriented :
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 tinued to grow, and with more readers, added many new advertisers If

more advertisers and rendering and readers and thus
Office it 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 is In a h
greater service to the public financial position today
than ever before. at any point in its history.
Miami City Commission has agreed to turn over Second only to Negroowned In citing the value of the :
NEGRO PRESS believe that America' can best lead :
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords tax assessing and collection to the Metro Commis- insurance companies news- Negro press to American de- :

to every man regardless of race, creed or color his sion. The city commission has been assessingproper paper publishing ranks high mocracy and more particularly

human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the ty at 70 per cent of full value. That means an increaseof among Negro business achieve to its readers, Stanley ot|>.

Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that 30 per cent on city taxes, at leastit seens'that way. ment. Like its contemporariesin served that no real important

all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. Let's wait and see. the great American press, interracial progress has been

Negro newspapers, last year wroughr without their active

POLITICAL MIGRATION! STUDY hit all-time highs in circula- participation and assistanceand

tion thus contributing to the no significant progress of
Census interviewers from the Department of Com- the future is
increased consumption of going to be
Former Governor Farris Bryant of Florida hasb made
in the for migration study this week. without the
nerce are
en named by President Lyndon Johnson as directorof newsprint which was the highest leadership and :
Miami is one of several hundred U.S. locations wherea ever. full support of the '
the Office of Emergency Planning. The former Negro ,
national migration study is being conducted.The Newspaperemployment gen- press." ,
ernor will move to Washington. His salary will be
interviewers will sample households throughout erally since 1947 has grown Without its inception the :,
$25,500 a year. He is the second Florida governor to the area to bring the decennial census materialon three and one half times faster Negro press has been the free- ;"
be honored with a federal appointment by President date. will est of all I '
migration and employment up to They than all manufacturing and segments of the
Johnson. The other, as is well known, is former Gov- seek todetermine how many persons have moved within journalism school enrollment American press because it

ernor LeRoy Collins who is now serving the last year. Information on income, marital status, nationally is at its highest has not only advocated free. i,

race and education. point since 1948 indicatinga dom of Negroes but crusades ; ,
YOUTH HALL in behalf alt people. Thus Negro
solid faith in the future of -

.,, Still under consideration is just who will control newspapers on the part of newspapers are true part- ,,',

Youth Hall. The Juvenile Court, or the Welfare Depart- OUR NEW PRIEST young people. In keeping with ners in freedom with their
'the growth of other media Negro readers.
ment? Members of the Church of the Incarnation, 1835 The Negro
newspapers have made increasing press is the
Metro's Manager Porter Homer will make the rec- NW 54th Street are welcoming their new priest the Rev.A. investments in new greatest preserver of the American

ommendation. The Manager will also make a report on Tyrrel Dear and family. Fr. Dear comes to us from plants, new equipment and freedoms, that there is:

whether it's feasible to have a comprehensive medical St. Stephen's Church, Coconut Grove, where he served improved services. Many of its owners and publishers are

clinic in South Dade as a solution to the controversyover for three years. Fr. Dear occupies our pulpit for the them have swung to the new usually too dedicated to be

whether Kendall Hospital should be closed. first time on Sunday, March 20. method of printing offset bought and unlike other editors

Ye Editor extends a hearty welcome to Fr. Dear, which required disposing of they are not only concerned

POLICE WANTED Mrs. Dear and their two children.Fr. hot metal type of printing fa but personally involved

Recruits are wanted for Miami Police Force. Re- Dear succeeds the Rev. Rodney Brace of Ft. cilities. sleeves enough to roll up their
ports are that the force is short of 41 men. Miami Lauderdale who has served so well since the depar Unlike many receive businesses Truly the Negro join the fray. ,"
newspapers no grants press rep
ture of the
Beach, too, is reported to be 11 men short. Rev. Fr. Hackett. no government subsisies and I resents the most real journalistic

The trouble seems to be low salary. The Crime must be self supporting. Every freedom left in the world

Commission has ._ ....,. .. _.
suggested a minimum of $500 a month -- newspaper is built on solven-today. It wields an accumulated

If this amount is offered there is reason to believe : cy because economic indepen-' power and is one of the

the number of men wanted will enlist. | dence is essential to the per- 'most moving forces in the

The job is not an easy one and certainly a reasonable The Negro Press'Yesterday servation. of a free press in struggle of the Negro people.

wage should be paid.SALARY ul

INCREASEA Mrs. Range Backing

pay increase is in the offing for bus drivers.i r i and Today I.

Metro's Transit Authority this w ek approved a $9.5[I High for Governormull
million budget for the next fiscal year, including ar}

$53,000 package for increased employee wages and One hundred and thirty-nine years ago, the first ,' ,
fringe benefits. No fare increases are considered.The Negronewspaperappeared in the United States. City Commissioner M. The letter read: "I am con
Athalie Tange, long-time supporter vinced that the betterment of
budget will have to be submitted to Metro's In the year 1827, a group of Negro leaders in New of Mayor Robert King our community and our entire

Commission for final approval. York City met to discuss the problems of the race and High, has been lending her state, it is indeed important

resolved of to publish a weekly journal to espouse the active support in High's bid that a man of your calibre be ::'','
cause freedom
STUDEBAKER DIES and the citizepship status of the free to be Governor of Florida. elected to the high office of ''.,.
Governor of the State of Flori

The name Studebaker has been removed from the Thus on March 16, 1827, John Russwurm, a free Mrs. Range, president of da."I m

auto family. President Byers A. Burlingame of the Negro, published the first issue of Freedom's Journal Roosevelt Savings and .Loan, actively supported you

Studebaker Corporation announced its death two weeks in New York City-the first American Negro newspaper. Association of Miami and the in your last gubernatorial campaign l'

ago. The reason given was steadily failing economic j Associated with Mr. Russwurm was the Rev. Samuel first Negro commissioner in and you can depend on I

health. Studie has had its' day and must be removed Cornish, also of New York. Miami's history, sent a letterto my support to be given as

making for the modern vehicles These two pioneers of High this week. vigorously in this election."
room many of the pres- .L .. Negro journalism dedicated
ent time. In 62 is inemseives to the cause of their
any case, years pretty good, isn'tit oppressed brothers in
? (1902-1964.) 'the South and to the advancement of the Negroes who Phil OssoferNewspapers DT. ELKS TO GIVE

had escaped to the North. DANCE
ZIP CODE According to historians, Mr. Russwurm's I
career in The Greater Miami Temple
journalism was brief
and he was "captured" usually havea
Miami's Postmaster E. M. Dunlap reports that 'Colonization Society and was sent to Africa. by the few columnists who specia- 769 of Elks Requests the

each church announce on Sunday, March 20 that the I paper was suspended, but other Negro editirs His news- lize in various fields, from pleasure of your presence at :.4
sprang up politics to therui 21st Anniversary Dance, f(S
puns (had
Florida Gold Coast, West Palm Beach to Miami is ; began. publishing
newspapers to
freedom. light the path of get myself in, somehow!) Each Tuesday evening, March 29. ; :
observing flip Code Week March 21-25 in an effort to may read the other columnists' the Con
9 p.m. until 2 a.m. at >
impress everyone with the necessity of knowing and The names of early work as ,
newspapers indicate the a matter of course. I tinental Club, 60 0 NW 7th
using Zip Codes in order to help ,move the ever ex- to which they were dedicated. In addition to Freedom's purpose do, and am often impressed Ave. Advance $1.25, door \

pending volume of mail. The Postmaster ur/.es. avery | Journal, there were such designations as because these columns cover table reservations
Rights $1.50. For 1
church member of All, Mirror of Liberty, Elevator some special phase of news .
know and
use Zip.Code. Freedom and North Star. Clarion, Genius of which give me new ideas to call Dt. E. Reese, PL 1-5324 60494.

over, and at times fur- Dt. M. Williams, OX
A STUNNING BLOW Every movement for the
advancement Entertainment
of Negroes nish material for Dt. H. Rivers. OX
including the my own
of slavery, has been column. will be presented.
Criminal Court Judge Jack Falk has struck what 'through Negro newspapers. championed I am -
should be a stunning blow to numbers racket in Negro newspapers Bill welcoming' he
sen- employ thousands of McBride the almost-new didn't go along, or because
tencing James Christian, said to be one of the big time workers in the United States. trained, City Editor, whose "From liked double shots. Was it one

timers, to five years in the state prison on a conviction Thousands of jobs in fields considered Where I Sit" sits well with' of your ancestors who made

as the outcome of a raid by federal tax agents in 'Negroes have been opened to the youth of closed to me. Within a very short time, the barrels I understand they
( the the race Dill has been were made by a Cooper.
Several others through constant responsible for
were given lighter sentences. fighting of the
if3. The mechanical and Negro press. getting two (at least) sore Dave Bondu who writes
]Negro editorial standards of leading spots cleaned up a movie "Around Miami" does a great
iwtr FIRE CODE newspapers are steadily improving theater showing so-called job getting jobs for those who

.., The total value of printing and buildings "adult" pictures to children, need them. While his crusade

:'J City Manager Melvin Reese has laid before the !Negro newspapers in the United States is owned by and that mountain of beer to eliminate easy-to-buy firearms Bred" -

commission, certain codes and changes he believes estimated at not less than fifteen million conservatively cans which long plagued the hasn't as yet eventually ing*
would The Negro doUars. neighborhood at 62nd St. and the action needed,
against fires and newspaper as
conditions a vehicle 18th Ave. results, sure
for Not bad he'll get
iQ unbiased dissemination the Bill, hitting -
certain areas of the city where violations have been of of news for and about two home runs from shootin'!
United States. Negroes a by
That's "Teen Potpourri
found.If: approved, adequate hot water must be provided Although various advertising media have Then there's my old man buddy, Bethsheba E. Dean revealsi found: a

arid heating dacilities installed. ,up over the nation in competition for sprung Bert, (Lawrence B.) Cooper, high level of maturity adults-
.;; ( the newspaper advertising whose of our
Negro self-style lacking in some
newspaper still "shallow
F;,'1 MY-AM-EE effective medium for reaching the remains a popular and mind" digs deep into the way With youth like this, world we need of

This is because Negro bUYing public ward ways of men. The only not worry about the ,
t the
Now we will all be saying MY-AM-EE. Well while I Itfi's own Negro people still look to their fault I can find with Bert's tomorrow. I must say J mean

\ scribe has been writing the word Miami, he has ,,at all newspapers times to champion the interests of the "People Places) this Miss Dean is a keen teen
for a long while been as they could not always race 5KV Is that he doesn't doubly
pronuncing My-am-ee, and so I| to be rendered expect Such protection Sports are and
rfave hundreds of by others. enough spear
others. It seems like a good sugges- by Harry ti
tion to make Negro owns and operates Incidentalty regarding Armbrister, I have>
Mi-am-ee. The official his : Leo
pronunciation barBrels
; no and OWn those
; they appeal to him in newspaper two ofhs- of meetiLeo.

one, should. object to.such a _change._ I publication or advertising media a peculiar can. way that no other key Ark,you I said think Noah took on the yet .had' On the meeting pleasure Harry writer, 10

he took them greeted him (as one "
because his bartender another) with Shake-Spear.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 18, 1966 5

I Keats Entertain With a

Fabulous Party

I The Elmer Kent's home at ties were Dr. and Mrs. W. R.. \
I 2471 NW 67th St. was the acting Primas of Johnston, Pa.; Dr.
for one of the fabulous and Mrs. A. A. Dalton of Lima, k
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boyer (Cherry) had as thei' irparties of the season. The occasion Ohio; the Penn ZeiglersErnest .

houseguests the Wilsons of Flint, Michigan during the>I marked the celebration Moores, John Rogers of Cincin-
+ past week. of Mrs. Kent's birthday. Honored nati; M. T. Sweeneys, Hubert

I guests were her sister, Mrs. Johnson of Harrisburgh, Pa.,

t- Friends of Ann q J. Anderson are wishing for her. Barroneece Sarah Malone of WilliamLumpkins of New Jersey
t a speedy recovery. Anna is now convalescing at Lin- New York City; Mrs. Cleora Oscar Jefferson, Frank Jones,
i coin Nursing Home in Goulds, Florida. 'I Inez Connell of St. Louis, Mo., .FichardCarters and the Charles '
} and Mrs. Lila J. Terry of Mt. Porters both of Riviera Beach; I'

F,. Kisco, New York. the Joseph Harlans and the Ben _
J We welcome the Reverend and Mrs. Tyrrel Dear During the evening old T. Moores of Miami.
!i\, and two chi Idren to our community. He became the re friends and acquaintebces from Also there were Mmes. Betty _

;: tor of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, 1835 many sections of the countrymet Alford, E. W. Jackson, Ann y K

. it:' NW 54th Street on March 15. and with the help of the Kindsey, Hulda Frazier, Rosa
colored movies shown by friends Saville, Beatrice Rush, Ann P.

On Saturday evening, March 19, the auxiliary to nostalgic memories were revived Gratlings of Chicago; Alice ,at New Platz University. New
t the Dade County Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical]I I of other such social set- Taylor of Saratoga, N. Y.; MISS LaVERNE SCOTT York. She na a member of Zeta

f Association will host a "Night of Games" at the tings.In. Pearl Lester and Agnes Pierceof ENGAGED Phi Beta Sorority and is a
an atmosphere of beautyand Philadelphia and Mrs. William -
.. YWCA. Mrs. Stanley Johnson is president of the auxi- charm for which the Kentsare M. Johnson of Belmar,New Spanish instructor at Lincoln
Hary.f Mr. and Mrs. Alston J.
I. Junior High School in Riviera
noted, the repast was serv- Jersey, Messrs. William Acree, (
f 'Scott Sr., 3318 Frow Avenue Beach. Mr. Nealy holds the
ed buffet style. F. Stokes, Claude Thomas and
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie DouglasEdison 'Coconut Grove, announce the bachelor of science
Beamen are Mr. and There to enjoy the festivi- of Chicago. degree
j .:f, Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Washington of Queens, Long engagement of their daughter, from Florida A&M Universityand
Island. Ruby LaVerne, to John Ken- is a member of Alpha Phi
LICOMA ELECTS neth Nealy Jr., son of Mr. and Alpha Fraternity. He is em-

Gerry Arrington was hostess to M R S members OFFICERSThe Mrs. John Kenneth Nealy of ployed at Pratt and Whitney
J West Palm Beach. Miss Scott Aircraft Corporation and serv-t
last Saturday evening where new member Carol
Jones l
,;. joined the group for her first meeting.ii officers and membersof received the bachelor of arts ed 18 months in Viet Nam. (
: 1I the Life Insurance Cashierand degree from Talladega College The wedding is planned for
Office Managers Associa- and has done graduate work May 29.
Willie Sellers, dining-car waiter with the Atlantic tion of Miami, will meet March'
' ''IjIi' Coast Line, died on Monday, March 14 at Mt. Sinai ( 17 in its monthly meeting at the MRS. ANNIE MAE

'i' Hospital. Holiday Inn on Brickell Ave.
1 1. Newly accepted membersare
The Life Insurance Cashier and Office Managers t Mrs. Eloyce Watson, Cen- QUEENThe I

Association of Miami are 'making plans for their forthcoming tral Life; Mrs. Mary Lee Col-
John Griffin American
"Boss Night." j lins, Atlanta Life; Miss Sallie
I Legion Auxiliary No. 165
.1 1 Schemel John Hancock Life
\,. wish to thank their many b'1
and Susannah A. Vidal
't' Catherine Mapp is in our Opa-locka hospital as a : ,. ;' \ Mrs. friends, auxiliaries and past
Guardian Life. The association ,
I .
) members for our
result of
an automobile! accident. A
elected the president, Richard Annual Mid-Winter Tea and
.1;. "" ,.". LeBrun, Northwestern Mutual; Contest a great, great suo-
: Mrs. Zack Johnson entertained friends,on Saturdaywith I : and the vice president, Mrs.

\iI'. a surprise birthday party for her hubby. Jr'b.f' 'lit'iII"': I / Betty Fergus, State Mutual cess.Mrs.. Annie Mae Harveywas ,
.I o,: \, !,,: ;\ Life to attend the annual convention crowned queen by MarieL.
: "' Miami Links attending the Southern Area meeting ,,_.l-..r....' rv( S J'.'." ..'i,.'V,.. in Oklahoma City. Daniels for 1966 for reporting
,k. and New Orleans last weekend were Gussie Dobbs, -- The purpoae of the associa- the largest amount of I
Olive Barry is the newly tion is to expand the cashiers money.
Charlotte Clark, Corrie Mumford, Jamie Bryant, Lu-
elected president of Senior capacity for effective service Again, we say thanks.
gusta Colston, and Maude Reid. Maude presided
over Marie L. Daniels P.R.chr.
Y-Teens at the Northwest.to their companies, managers, ,
the meeting as area president.A Center YWCA. The election of agents and policyholders; to. 4
PFC Glenn R. Butler who iSIs
officers was held on ThursdayMarch interchange and disseminate legal reserve life insurance.
Passion Sunday Musicale sponsored by the 10. The following ad.ideas; to promote cooperationI Public Relations Chairman,Republic stationed spent in the last Dominican week,
Episcopal Church'Women of the Church of the Trans- ditional officers were I I between life agency officers Mrs.Vemell Albury, Afro-Amer- visiting with his mother Mrs.
figuration in Opa-locka on March 27th will feature Vern Curry, vice president;;, and member associations; to ican; committee member, Lewis Mae Monroe returned to his
C Berthina white, Arthur Evans and Charles Jones on the Libby Allen, secretary; Sharon promote the higher standards of Borsch, Mutual of New York; post with the wind Air Borne
organ. Grades, treasurer; Clemen.'ethical' business conduct and and Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, Division on Friday via Ft.
tine Alexander and Lee Es.to promote the best interest of Sun Life of Canada. Bragg, N. C.

The Bahamas Police Band of Nassau, directed by ther Rucker, reporters.WHEATLEY .

Dennis Morgan, will play two concerts here on Sunday

f rw,1 afternoon at Vizcaya. The public may attend for the. CLUB I i

regular garden entrance fee of 25 cents. MEETSThe tLINCOLN I

Off to the National Elementary Principal's Associ.

", ation convening in Portland, Oregon are Linnie Fannin Phyllis Wheatley Club ,
;' and Elizabeth ?ittman. met at the home of Mrs. Mary
I' Lou Nixon with her sister, : NATIONAL BANK :
Proud new parents are Gwendolyn Julius) and Franc s as hostess, Monday ,

Norman Howard, cuddling a pink bundle of joy, Lisa. night, March 14. The business
of planning for the banquetand

And Veronica and Benny 0' Berry call their pink fashion show to be heldat OFFERSCUSTOMER'S '
Biscayne Terrace Hotel,
bundle, Ronnie.Get .
March 26 at 8 p.m. took up
much of the time. Tickets for
well wishes to Edward Wilkerson (Athalie's HOURS
this affiar are now in the
papa) John C. Mitchell, and Essie Roberts, (Marie's handsof the members and their

mama) friends are asked to contact

any member to attend this NOTBANKER'S .
The Drama League of greater Miami presented the fashion show and banquet.Mrs. .

Acorn Theatrical Awards Ball at the Deauville Hotel, Mildred Monroe is chair-

Feb. 27th. Master of Ceremonies was Ralph Renick. man of the fashion show and HOURS

3 The Acorns enjoyed the reception, dinner and dancing. Mrs. Price m chairman of the ,
'. Mrs. Valdez Murray rendered a solo at the end of the banquet. Each promises a gala .

> ball. Music was by the Jerry Twichell Orchestra. occasion, .Fashions by Lori

Phi Beta Sigma fraternity members are planning with wonderful. Wilhelmena models.Mrs. Sands. TO BETTER SERVE YOU OUR AUTO

: their dance for April 30 in the Cutler Ridge Shopping president.

? Center Auditorium. Lucious Crawford is president.More .

than 1500 guests overflowed the Gulf stream GARDENIA CIRCLE

Room of Bayfront Park Auditorium last Friday night to

dance with the National Association of Postal and CLUB MEETSThe Moiday Thru Thursday: .). .

Federal employees. Gardenia Circle Club ; .
''r,." ,!
met at the home of Mrs. Lillie
Friends of Christine James of Thomasville, Ga. Terrell in Coral Gables. After 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. ;

entertained her with a birthday party March 4 at the the devotional services the .SKi
home of the Moses Pruitts in Liberty City. meeting was called to order .. i'".i

by the president, Mrs. Edna Friday 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. ':.i,
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Smith. At this time old and

COOPERATION Never one thing ,and seldomone new the business members was discussedby Saturday 8 A.M. to Nooi .':y

make for a success. It takes a numberof
person can Among the new business, FULL BANKING SERVICE FOR ALL PEOPLE .
items merging into one perfect whole. final plans were made for our
annual tea to be given on
Marie Dressler Easter Sunday. The tea will
be given at the new St. John's "
After the meetings surprsie Miami ;
The Pink Carnation Circle
Jolly Friends Club will hold its regular meeting kitchen shower presented by Miami's,100% Integrated Banking Institutionin !
of Mrs.
will meet at the home at the home of Mr. Sanford Mrs. Coretha Paschal, was
Maggie Williams,6722NW 23rd Harris, 912 NW 46th Street. given to Mrs. Corinne Hutchinson the Edison Financial Center .
Place Saturday night, March All members are asked to who has recently married.

19 at 8 o'clock. The meeting be present.C. JthTve.
6013 N.W.
was scheduled for Mrs. Yan- C. Miller is presidentand The enjoyable evening was 759-44311:
shared with
cy's but Mrs. Yancy is moving Mrs. Fannie Oaddy is re- quite a few
because of the Expressway. porter. guests.


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f 6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday March '18 1966
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... .. . . .. .. . .. . ..1 t "-rV'., : :""' ii"Project .

People. ;H".i'.J' 'tt.-JJp.\J rBegi ll.. I ). C' o'PH ere 11

i tarles. Aides also will be responsiblefor ren who will be on doubl
Headstart," a Floral Heights Elemen maintaining contact with sessions, the
for March superintendent
Places. federally financed program Those scheduled Drew, LilyC. the children's families.In said.
aimed at helping preschoolersprepare 21 are Charles R. Project
Little order to provide space Headstart
for the first grade be- Evans, Holmes, Headstart, said Dr. will attend three hours pupil
Things. Heights for a
I gins Monday in nine Dade River, Earlington and Francis Hall, it will be necessary to either morning or afternoon day
w UUII.Dr i County Schools. Wheatley, Miramar put first and second grades on through August,said McMillan!
I Bf Lawrence B. CooperI'M Target date for start of the Tucker Elementary Lunches and
few snacks
sessions at a will
double be
Headstart, ex-
other scjoolsis Project
program seve provided for
HOOKED AND CAN'T KICK THE HABIT! March 21* announced Dr. plained Howard D. McMillan, schools for the remainder of services will be furnished and medical

Jor Hall, superintendent of director of special programs, the term. the Dade by
Two gooks who smoke them "no brand" maximumof "However, portable and County Departndnt
name cig- schools. Some 3,000 fiveyearolds classes will have a of Public Health.
arettes were arrested and put on ice. The gendarmeswho will be included in the 15 students. permanent classrooms will be "About half
searched them missed a stick one of them had hid- program. Each will have a certified construction for Project Head- year-olds who the fivo.

den under his belt. Needing a quick fix the proud pod- The Dade County School teacher who has undergone a start and completed before the under the federal are eligible
the double program
sessor lit up. He took a long sucking drag, then passedthe System is carrying out Project pre-service training programat and fall sessions term begins will ,be so only tem- take part," said McMillam will
Headstart under subcontract University of Miami
a the
rat on to his buddy. The weed about "We hode next
was soon gone, from Economic aides who have porary," Dr. Hall declared. school year to
Oppor- two teaching
the boys were high. at Individual schools have expand the program to about
tunity Program, Inc. received special training
--"Look man," said the one with the Bleary Eyes, Teachers' salaries, equip- Miami-Dade Junior College. notified the parents of child- 5,000 children".
"I gotta split this hole. I'll soon need another hipe andI ment and materials will be

can't get it here." As Glassy Eye (no kin) took the provided through a $1,996,757

last wheezing drag, he got a flash light and said, "Hey federal grant. An additional WE SHIP A PACK FREE. TO THE BAHAMAS

Bleary, I got your escape 'rat c'here." $700,000 for construction of

"Come over :gale to the window Baby, I'll shaw 100 classrooms for the program YOUR. FOR ONLY
has been allocated by pLL '
you." From 15 stories up Glassy pressed the button on the Federal Office of Educa
the flash. A long beam Hashed trom the window to the tion.

street below. There you is Bleary, jump on that beam Schools in which the program 0
and slide down to the street. I did it the last time. begin Monday are Li berty

Bleary's face became flush and his eyes showed City,Bunche Park, Oladeview,

rage. "You lousy reefer smoking *I?/34 fool, you think Orchard Villa, Poinciana Park, '
I'm that high. The minute I get half way down that beam Bethune, Dunbar, Douglas and

you'll turn the light off!I"

This is a public confession. I'm hooked too, and
can't kick the habit!

Yeah, I'm a cigarette (Salem) addict who can't or : t
do-'t want to kick it. Even'with all the talk about can- ,;___

cer, I've resigned myself to my fate. The smoke and

menthol flavor of two packs of ciggies a day fill my T
lungs. I can do 21/ a day, but Im cutting down! rl "' ;'

If the government ever bans cigarettes as illegal

traffic I'll probably wind up like my two buddies in the '

:'irst paragraph. I would have smoking parties in my apt. '

Doctors say reefers (or to be polite) marijuanas, :-l .5 ;

aren't harmful to the body as cigarettes, but the use of

the stick could lead to the hypo, then, mah, you're in

big time. From 10 to 30 Charlies' day is the ticket.

Hey, doc, what's next after ciggies? I don't dig ya,

doc, you say, "Dearly beloved we are gathered here?"

Unique Barber Shop wishesto GORGEOUS LIVING
FRIGHTENING FACTS ON OUR HEALTHThe announce its new locationat H ROOM
Negro American, in comparison with his white Stevens Market, 6213 NW carp clecorltto .
27th Ave. You can always Sr/r' / nnt rHr r'nrnt iull' with .
fellow citizen, has more diseases and disabilities; one 2 c" busy.sir"
: "hi
thjjjj more days when he is unable to function at full look your best by visiting fU and 2 ,cocktail t ; bu/ ?WlMO.FASMOHBEDROO '
Unique. Three master barbersto pillow,.
physical capacity; is sick enough to require bed rest serve you.Freddie k i i Choice 0'COlor:

on twice as many days; loses one and one-third times

more days from work due to disease and disability; hasa L. Carter, Prop. r

higher mortality rate, including a 90 per cent differ-

ential in infant .mortality and seven shorter life ------------- k1111

expectancy.To I No.-Surgicol Office

summarize: of every 1,000 white Americans in I Treatment 1 :
their late forties five will die in the coming year. If RUPTURE PILES I

they are Negro, ten will die. .:: ._
I Rectal Diseases, VoriJ 1 .._ jI-
J COlt Veins, Prostate No
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Register to Vote that's the magic word for the +r t
next two weeks. Charles Hadley known as "Mr.Voter
Registration" had a kick off Registration Drive at the.
EON office in Lib City, which was well attended bya
host of prominent citizens. Present were Fletcher iJpYl
Paschal, EOPI Top Brass; Sam Moncur, Judge John D.
Johnson, Benny O'Berry Messrs. Taylor, Clark, and
Hill, who are directors of various community centersall
over Dade. Also present were Miami City Commis-
sioner Athalie Range, Neal Adams, George Kilpatrickand
a host of others. This Registration Drive is one
of the most important drives ever to be launched in the W N r y //K
state of Florida. Because you were moved by the ex y
pressway or for some other reason you find your voters
registration card isn't any good. You need to reregister 1.
so you can vote for whom ever you please, be it
Democratic or Republican. Whereas we have a strong
Negro vote we have a strong voice. A strong vote F.
means better living and better care for your children.
This Voter Registration Drive is being conducted by
two great driving forces Charles Hadley and his
Operation Big Vote, and the Dade County Democratic
Association. If you have to register or re-register,they d we

will supply transportation-even get you a baby sitter. A large crowd of civic-minded Miamians had cock- out the county. Registration activity has been brisk ,
Don't waste time get out there and register and be tails and dinner with the Dade County Young Demo- the first three days with hundreds signing up and re-* &'
sure to exercise your rights and WOTE! crats as they kicked off the Community Voter Registration reporting changes of address.
Drive at Toby's Cafeteria, 674 NW 54th Street. Registration books will remain in the precinctsuntil
At last somebody has decided to do something Representatives from every area of Dade County. March 26. Every citizen is urged to see that every
about the purchase of small arms (guns). I started this pledged their all out efforts working to get the thou- resident in their block get registered. Free transportation
move on the week that two thugs shot and killed our sands of the books. An intensive is furnished
unregistered Negroes on being fa those who need it. Call
good friend and a fine ,citizen; a well known school
when the 374-8563
drive started on Monday registrationbooks 634-4965 or 374-8595. House of Photography -
teacher, Everett Butler. Just because he didn't have were placed in neighborhood precincts through- photos.MALIBUS.
five dollars in his pocket, he was shot dead. It was f
then I decided to ask for some sort of revised Sullivan
Law for Dade County. I asked that those who were to 'r-r1:4": : : !k") "f ;':i-
make a purchase of: a gun to have a 72-hour waiting ,
period which would give the law enforcement agenciesa THE SENSATIONAL
chance to see if that person should be allowed to
carry a gun. This law would not have any effect on
the sportsman-yet they were the ones to holler the
loudest. I once had planned to buy a water pistol and-
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fill it with water and approach some high official and
shoot him.in the head with the water pistol, first to
show him how' easy it is to buy a gun and go out and
kill somebody. Now, State Attorney Richard Gersteinis ,aLA i
asking that guns that are bought should be recorded t.n '
and guns must not be displayed in windows. All of
this I had asked for. I remember when Ralph Renick,
WTVJ, and County Commissioner Alex Gordon and
Charles Hadley, and a few other fine gentlemen stuck
their necks out, only to get it chopped off by the money
boys in Tallahassee. Now again, we are asking fora
tougher gun law and I hope we get it. At least when ty ri
you wake up on a new day, your chances of ,living t
would be a lot better than it was on the day somebody
bought a gun and shot you. 1 Lkr1k

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MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK:Rudy FergusonPiano)

Quick Note Department Sinatra, Eckstein, and
Basie were to appear last Saturday at Tony's Fis h
Market 1:30 A.M. Show. The place was jammed and
guess who didn't show up Thas a right-Pizzon Si-
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Frank DuBois has a stone winner this weekend.
He's presenting Lula Reed who sold more than a k +. 'y sr
million records.Believe me,when I tell you, she sings.
Some nice people to do business with is the folk at

Miami Lincoln-Mercury on NW 7th Ave and 80th St. .. .'
guys like Dan Waters, Bob Newman, Ken Cohen and 't:' .
Howard Moae. The manager of the used car lot is as '
like their honesty. I founda .
nice as can be--most of all I
small thing wrong which was to be fixed. They took
the car and wouldn't let me have it until it was right.
They've got a nice selection of guaranteed used ars- fRI SAT SUN ONLY
tell 'em hello for me The Butterball of radio fameis
still one of the most popular guys in south Florida.
He's losing weight from all that skin diving Jobsat
the EOPI Centers all over town are plentifulnoneed V at the CONTINENTAL J JI
for anyone to say they aren't working. One of
the best entertaining trios in show business is Hires,
Hines and Dade appearing at the Playboy Club, with
Paul Curry as their musical director.Hines, Hines and ALL NEW GAS LITE ROOM ] .
Dade consist of Maurice Hines, being the older of the .
two brothers and Gregory Hines, the younger and com-
plete nut-by that I mean, real funny, of course, Dadeis 9c.-St1
Maurice Chink Hines, who plays the drums and has ,| DANCE TEAM OF /MIMI & GEE GEEKfClY ; t
taught his son's real professional show biz. If you havea ; :
key to the Playboy don't miss 'em. "That's ,a quick '

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I Local Zetas Celebrate "Finer Womanhood Week" :I;

The last full week in February is traditionally designated Pinckney. She served as acting chairman of the Finer the Year and Mrs. Irene G. Pratt, the 1966 Woman of
national Finer Womanhodd Week. Due to adverte Womanhood Week committee. Mrs. Junious (Rosa-Lee) the Year. *<*> 'M
nt circumstances, time was extended to include the( Fortson is president.

first week in March. (A) THE PAST BASILEI COUNCIL (former presidents) (C) PRESENTATION TO LT. SMITH. Members of the '
Zeta everywhere in the nation and on the ( continent 'from left to right; Mesdames Maud K. Reid, Ruth N. Finer Womanhood Week Committee. From left to right:

set aside a designated day to pay homage and Polite, national representative for Health Education Mrs. Inez Foster, Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, Mrs. Juanita
tribute to women who exemplify finer womanhood quali Welfare Services to S. E. Regional; Inez Foster, Mar- Pinckney, chairman; Lt. Smith receiving the Outstand-
ties. In recent years this day is used to pay tribute to gueritte Miller, Juanita Pinckney. Not shown are Marion standing Citizen Award; Mrs. Dorothy Adside, presi-
citizens who coalescr into political, economic, cul- Shannon, national editor of the Archon and Hazel dent; Rosa-Lee Fortson, Mrs. Frankie Rolle, toastmistress *
tural and religious groups in order to promote interest Thompson Terrell.B ; Mrs. Laura Saunders and Mrs. Dorothy Lee.
and action which will benefit all mankind.

mmmln keeping with this mandate, Beta Tau Zeta Chapter ( ) HONOREES FORMER WOMEN OF THE YEAR: (D) HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR GIRLS. From left to right.

of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority International, Inc., cele- From left to right, Commissioner M. Athalie Range, Illustrious Sandra Brown, Theta Wanza, Mercedes Mortimer,
brated its Finer Womanhood W ek in a variety of ways Award recipient; May Dell Braynon, a former Bernadette Perry, Joyce Bendross, Cecelia Lawrenceand
and culminated the celebration with a Blue and White Woman of the Year: Alese K. Gill. a former Woman of LaChanze Harrison. Not shown is Linda Adams.

Banquet. The affair was given in an old world settingof

charm and elegance at the Old Scandia Restaurant,, I
125 Perviz Street in the neighboring city of Opa-Io'ka. 3 Malcolm X Killers face life Imprisonment

Sunday, March 6 at four oclock in the afternoonmore I

than 200 people witnessed the honoring of dis' NEW YORK All three sentence of life imprisonment. down in Manhattan's Aududon two other unidentitied men I
tinguished citizens, a bevy of senior high school girls, defendents in the Malcolm X Judge Charles Marks Ballroom. were hired to assassinate
and members pf the chapter. Twelve complete sets oi f assassination trial were convicted set April 14 for sentencing.The Hayer said in a surprisemove Malcolm X by persons he refused 'I
of murder in the first three were charged in the eighth week of to name. He denied that
wooden blocks to the Care center
were presented Day either Johnson Butler
degree. with acting in concert to exe- the nine-week trial, took the or was
James E. Scott Community Center. The verdict came some 14o cute Malcolm X, who bolted witness stand and said he and a co-conspirator.
The Illustrious Citizen Award was presented t I 1 hours after the jury had begunits the Black Muslim sect to head
Commissioner Athalie Range. This distinguished citi- second day of deliberations his own following of black
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zen was the recipient of the chapter's first Woman of Found guilty' were Thomas 15X nationalists. -
Johnson, Norman 3X Butler, Johnson and Butler are
the Year Award in 1955. both of New York, and Tal- avowed Muslims but testified DIRECT FROM OWNERMUST
Mrs. Irene G. Pratt, pioneer citizen, religious, fra madge Mayer, of Paterson, they were at home with their
ternal, and civic leader, was cited Woman of the Year. N. families on Feb. 21, 1965,
three face a maximum when Malcolm X was gunned SELL 3 HOMES
To Lt. Leroy Alexander Smith of the Police De-
with the Outstanding Citizen Award. Lt. Smitha -
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high school senior girls who have shown great promisein
Linda room, best area, $600 down.
many of these areas were cited. They were:
Adams, Sandra Brown, Theta Wanza, Bernadette Perry, $82 month.
Joyce Bendross, Cecelia Lawrence, Lula McDaniels, 846 f KW2 AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
Daisy Curry, LaChanze Harrison and Mercedes Mortimer.In ((3)) 168 NW 47 St CBS, 2 bedroom, car-

recognition of the exemplification of Finer Womanhood port, oak floors, quiet area,
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the chapter, the following
Past Basilei Award: Mmes. Alba Finlayson, Inez Fos- NO CLOSING COSTS carport, Fla room, livingroom

ter, Maud Reid, Valdez Murray, Doris Smith, Ernestine CBS HOMES 23BEDROOMS dining room, CBS. Best

Seymour, ,Roberta Vickers, Ruth N. Polite and Dorothy W. specialize h VA & FHA Homes buy for $10,500.
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George, expert trained staff will .
Lambert, chairman of help place you in a home
son, chapllan, and Mrs. Sylvia
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! 10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 18, 1966 ,,Mi ," "I"\ II'1'oI"
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f By Booker TlI.yes I,.'\ \' ', \\ last T.Tuesday Graham, the of the Rev.Greater Edward -

I' The City of Miami Beach has informed the promoters Miami-Dade County Interde-
I of the closed-circuit television of the ClayChuvalofight nominational Ministerial Alli-
ance. Sometime ago, due to
that the Beach Auditorium will not be available sought to
illness Dr. Graham
I for showing of the contest, and they cite Clay's un- relinguish the office and rec-
patriotic remarks as the reason. I don't know which ommended the Rev. Aaron D.
councilman introduced the proposal to the commissioners Hall, pastor of Ebeneaer Meth- M
but I question their final judgement.The odist Church, first vice pres-
fact that the Champion trains on Miami Beach ident for the office. Dr. Hall
of its main was present Tuesday and declined utw /I k-i
has brought the city publicity, one exports. ,
the honor.
The Fifth Street Gym where he trains has become one The assembly created the W. 4 t
of the favorite show places for tourists. Taxi and bus office of executive assistantto AIVI1Pilnrim
drivers point out the training quarters as one of the the president, and the Rev.
.points of interest to visitors to Miami Beach. The city Samuel Atchison minister of
has profited from the publicity received and not once Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,
has it been acknowledged, and you and I know the rea- was given the post. The body ; I
enthusiastically pledged its Fellowship is Livewire Teen Group
son. This is another case where emotions appear to .. .
support to Dr. Graham until v. ---
overpowered sound judgement. Individuals should not his possible retirement some- Pilgrim Fellowship (P.F.) It is now functioning un- group wishes to discuss.
allow personal feelings to control their emotions to the time in the undetermined future is a youth organization sponsored der the leadership of Mrs.
point where it affects their judgement of the good, and years hence. by the church of the Eura Williams Thomas and The newly installed of.
had there is to be obtained from an issue. However, With the Rev. Luther C. Open Door, Rev. H. C. Mc- Mr. Quentin North. The pur- ficers are Emmett Williams,
controversial the subject. Pierce executive director of Dowell, pastor. This group pose of this organization is pres.; sumner Hutcheson,vice
Miami Beach is billed as the Playground of the Greater Miami Council of was started in 1963 under the to give spiritual uplift to the pres.; Anna McBride, sec.;
Churches, and a member of leadership of Mr. Robert youth of this community. The Eric Yaegar, treas.and Jackie
World and by and large it lives up to its reputation.
the; Alliance present, the as- Simms. The first officerswere doors are op en not only to Humnes, bus.
from all the environ mgr. Meetings
Visitors to Playground come
voted unanimously to
sembly Rolland Griffin, pres.; members of the church, but are held every Wednesday from
of the world. Some know Cassius Clay as the
ments continue the Alliance, though also to teens of other churchesand
Gail Williams, vice pres.; 7 to 8 p.m. on the church
talkative American Champion, others don't know anyone many of the churches are Iden- Leah Simms, sec.; Wilsonia religions. There are dis- grounds located at 6001 NW
by that name exists. They don't care what his religionis. tified with the Council of Brown, treas. and William cussions held at each meet- 8th Ave. House of Photo-
They come to Miami Beach because this is whereone Churches-ministerial Associ- Brown, bus. mgr. ing on any phase of life the graphy.
comes to forget about the pressures of the world tion.

and enjoy himself or herself. Miami Beach spends a
-I' great deal of the tax-payers money on publicity ven-
I tures. They showed how much they are willing to spend tr0 w Earl's e HELIOMERE
during the Jackie Gleason negotiations. They have re- LES
ceived as much publicity from the fact that 'The Champ ,0 0GE QR ebra Lounge Ij'
trains here', and this has cost the tax-payers nothing. ;; x
Following the handling of the Pushkin case, I felt I :> ,

the Miami Beach Commission would bear watching. It Where old and new friends meet i! .
was my opinion we were witnessing a new revelation in I'm Nancy I'm Dolores

city government. This latest decision has shattered EARL EDWARDS, PROP. Please
whatever imagination I possessed of a revelation. The accept our personal invitation to

City of Miami Beach refuses to allow use of its audi- PHONE 759-8422 4400 N.W. 1TH AVE. visit us at:
torium for showing of the fight,but I've yet to see where MO'S LOUNGE
they have asked the Champ to find another training site

His mere presence here should create a blotch on their 645 NW 2 AVE."ON
good name. I wonder if they find the television presen- SPRING PROGRAM AT THE CORNER"INTIMATE
tation of the fight more offensive than the cause of all

The image of the World's Playground has been per- spring program was CHURCH SUNDAY cash your payroll or government checks at our
'manently scarred, but as the byline reads. This is my designed with spring fever in
package store.
opinion! mind. Charming ladies, spring
flowers So'.
A Charm Clinic is going
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on now and will continue into
BE THE most advertised April. It is called, the Y's Sir John ,
Choice of Charm Check.
Y-Teens are holding a
charm check of personality, CLUB KNIGHT BEAT
most'welcomed woman in good grooming,fashions, proper
clothing (fashions involved. -
.) Charming speech and all
that goes with making a girl
your vicinitym z f\\';" more charming. Each Saturdayat

ter.1:30 p.m., Northwest Cen- FRI-SA-SUN

Springtime and flowers will
be the challenge of our YNeighborhood -
AVON LADY ladies. Mrs. Le- MARCH 181920FRANK

nor a John son, chairman, These rr
ladies are planning to get out
and on the go on a bus tour
beauty good sales in the near future.
training. Call today to see if your area is Other features of the spring FRANK DuBOISE PRESENTS i

available. For personal interview: program are the bmige class
with pinochle added on Wed-
nesday night, registration I son MISS LULA REED
Mrach 20; a class in trim-
CALL 371-5674 nastics; dance classes of
modern jazz and creative
dance. Other classes will be
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Girls Scouts staged its first Neighborhood
Encampment, March 11-13 at Manor Park. Troop camping -
is one of the best ways to accomplish the purposeof rr 1 r 1
Girl Scouting, a learning opportunity in the out-of-
doors for girls that will be safe and happy, wholesomeand
Miss Elizabeth Jones, director and her staff are
to be commended for giving so many the wonderful ex- Y w
periences of camping. 4Y
Parents and friends shared in our birthday cele- I
bration on Saturday, March 12. $60.01 was collectedfor
the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund. This -J-- I
fund offers every Girl Scout throughout this countryand
in our Girl Scout troops on foreign soil a chanceto
help each year in building the leadership, under-
standing, and good will that Juliette Low dreamed of. J'A.
Our gifts help to pass along the fun and adventure that i
we have as Girl Scouts to more girls in more coun-
tries. i- tr1la

What is Girl Scouting? ,


Girl Scouting is a movement established for all
girls, ages 7 to 17. Its aim is to inspire girls with the 4J 'U t *W (
ideals of character conduct
highest patriotism, and
service helping them to develop into happy resourceful -
citizens. fnwdY

The Girl Scout program is "fun with a purpose."
Careful and extensive planning has gone into its de-
velopment and the result is a program with activities f" ir
geared to meet the needs and interests of girls from 7
to 17. It is carefully supervised by our Council, and t :A }
earned out in troops and camps under trained leader-
Things that girls and their parents always have
prized most in the program include these: \
The Girl Scout Promise and Laws an ethical I '.
code to live by. '\oo IJ I
Service to others The habit of helpfulness.
Practice in citizenship now and in the future. r
The troop and thepatrol democracy in miniature.
Growth and progression in widening circles of I
opportunity.A .
host of things to do and ways to do them safe-
Friends around the world in the ScoutingGuiding -
movement. '
Leaders to guide in a partnership with girls. pp

Girl Scout volunteers give their time to the deve- r r } lls,' ,' 4 f ,
lopment of girls as individuals and as active citi- / 1t
zens in a democracy, not only by preparing them for .
their lives in the future but by helping them to live \
more abundantly in the present.We .
would like to invite you to be a Girl Scout
volunteer. There are a number of jobs which will needto
be filled; we need troop leaders, assistant leaders, A
troop committee members, program consultants, as wellas _
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IrCARDS I Mrs. Retha Mae Campbell Robert Johnson of 911 NW VolerRegistraliol
MEMORIALS DEATHS of 435 W 23rd Ave. died March 4th Ave died March 11 at Jack- Begins
10. She is survived by two son Hospital. Funeral
be held Saturday, March
sisters, Annie Mae Stewart
and Vernel Gimlet; one brother 19. 2:30 p.m. at Temple Bap-
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM THANK YOU ,Tommy Gaines:four nieces, tist Church with Rev. L. A.

I l In loving of our The family of the late Nettie Grace, Lucille, Fannie, Thompson, pastor. Remainswill Drive
memory "Loving mother, faithful and Willie Mae Grimlett; two repose in the chapel be-
dear husband, father and broth- MR. PHEARSE HUFF until NAACP
Friday Branch
mother, nephews Rollie and Bubba ginning 3 p.m. Opa-locka
er.--. How we miss your presence I i Expresses warm feelings of Grimlett; other relatives andr 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Remainswill launched an all out door to
here; appreciation to everyone fo friends. Services will be held repose at Temple begin- door voter registration driveon
Home and world for all you their kind gestures during ou r on Thursday March 17 in the ning 12 p.m. Sat. until funeral March 16. The area to be
cherishedAre bereavement. May we par ticu. chapel at 1 p.m. time Saturday afternoon. Sur- served by the project are the
darkened since your pas- larly thank our devoted PTA k vivors include his wife; Leanna precincts with a heavy Negro

sing dear." friends Rev. Brantly and me mBarbara Chappelle of 308: ; stepdaughter Betty Jones; concentration in the northern

In loving memory of our bers of Israel Bethel Primitive I W. Cait St., Thomasville, Ga. mother, Mrs. Matilda Jane section of Dade County from
dear mother Baptist Chur ch, Rev. S. A. died March 13. Her remains Johnson;three brothers,George 119th St. north to the Dade-
Thomas and members of Mt. were shipped to Thomasville, Willie and Edwin; two sisters Broward county line, and from
who departed MALVINA this life DAVIS March Sinai Baptist church and the I Ga. for final rites and burial. Bernice and Rebecca Johnsonand NW 27th Ave east to the In-
Range Funeral Home. several other relativesand tercostal Waterway. The pre-
14. 1960.
"You Willie Sellters of 789 NW 65thSt. friends. cincts in which the project wil 1
whom loved
we went out
have been
of sight Your kindnesses died at Jackson Hospital operate are 2, 9, 14, IS, 23,
But never out of mind; our solace. God bless you. March 14. He is survived by Mrs. Sophia B. Jenkins of 239 and 246.

For you are cherished in the Mrs. Marie Huff his wife, Geneva; one step- 540 NW 7th St. No. 43 died The registration books are
hearts of those you left be- And AlmathaIN son, Eugene Youngone daughter March 12th at Jackson Me- in our local community at the
hind." Willene; two sons, Willie morial Hospital. Funeral ser First Baptist Church of Bunche
Lovingly remembered and Jr. and Jeffrey. Arrangements! vices will be held Sat. March Park, 15700 NW 22nd Ave.
sadly missed by: are incomplete at this time 19 within the chapel at 2 P.m., until March 26. If you have not
MEMORIAMIn but will be announced at a Rev.Aaror D. Hallofficiating. voted within the last two
James Alexander Davis, son later date. Remains will repose in the years please register now.

ff 3 f Miami memory of our deother ar chapel beginning at 2 p.m. If you have moved and changed
Frances Delevoux, daughter, I m Janice Smith of 2422 NW Friday until funeral time address please register now
CHARLES RICHARDSON Miami 56th st. died at Jackson Me- Saturday. Survivors includeone so that you will be eligible to
who departed this life March Margaret Clark, daughter, morial Hospital March 10. Little brother, Horace Bueford vote in the on coming election

19, 1965. Miami Miss Smith is survived by one aunt, Mrs. Emma Taylor; May 3, 1966.
Sleep on and take your rest Joseph C. Davis, Jr., son her parents, Mr. James Lee two nieces and several other For transportation to and
We love you, but Jesus loves New York Smith and Mrs. Emily Lee relatives and friends. from the registration books

you best. Albertha B. Ferguson, dght. Nelson a twin brother Jeffrey;; call Mrs. Brunt 6210870. All

The Family: Boston, Mass. raI two other brothers, Kermit and Mrs.Annie L. Riley of 1487 persons living in the city of
Evelyn Gibson, daughter, Michael Nelson; three sisters, NW 38th st. died March 16that Opa-locka please register both

Pearline Richardson, wife Miami Renette, Arlene and Shelia Jackson Memorial Hospital. with the city and county. To
Mrs. Francina Hill Prince Farrington, Sr.brother Nelson and other relativesand Funeral arrangements are incomplete register, with the city of Opa-

Mrs. Rose Marie SymonetteMrs. Miami friends. Funeral serviceswere at this time. SUrvi- locka, go to the Opa-locka
Edna Mae Rolle Ruth Hankerson, sister held Wednesday in the vors include husband, James; city hall. Register now, your
Janet Richardson West Palm Beach I chapel at 10 a.m. one sister, Mrs. Georgie Bur- vote will help win the election.
Helen Richardson Grandchildren, nephewsand rows, cousin; Mrs. Catherine
Jacquelyn Richardson nieces. Mrs. Gussie Neal, of 5225 Gibson; 2 sisters-in-law, Mrs. '

Shirley Richardson, daughters I SW 22nd St., West Hollywood, Therasa Mason and Mrs.Eliza-
Charles Richardson Jr. IN MEMORIAM died March 13. She is survivedby Knowles; several nieces,
j i
Alfred Richardson sons iI her sister, Mrs. Susie cousins and a host of friends. SlJPPORTYOUR
Mrs. Esther Hepburn, sister I Buckner; other relatives and Reid infant
Baby son
Boy ,
In memory of our dear one i
Host of Grandchildren I friends. Funeral services will rf Mr. and Mrs. Tom Charlie
M n be held Sunday 3 at Geth-
p.m. Ried died March 10th at Jack-
CARD OF THANKSThe v semane Baptist Church, Ha- son Memorial Hospital. Grave-
Handate, with the Rev. I. S. side services were held Fri- ,;.'", YMCA
Clark, pastor, officiating.Mrs. day March 18 at Paradise Memorial -

Minnie Pullings of
who departed this life Feb. 6116 SW 62nd Terr., South
t 28, 1965. Miami died March 15. Mrs.
Pullings is survived by two
May she rest in peace and
1a' ight perpetual shine upon her. sisters, Irene White and Jes- I
I Y sie Mae Smith; two brothers, I
E ; Her Children: Sr. Clair Duggins, and JamesW.
Duggins; one aunt, Sarah '
Newell Palacious Johnson; a host of nieces, 1 I can nr
Maxwell ward and nephews, and other relatives >, +
= a '" Maurice Ward and friends. Arrange.ments
GERTRUDE McINTOSHwho Ruth Meriedy are incompletebut will
departed this life March Juanita Howard be made at a later date.
19, 1960.
Gone but not forgotten. May 1'REt: VEL1VEnY DRUG
she rest in peace. ALBERT. .

Josh McIntosh, husband IN MEMORIAMIn 730 NW 13th AVENUE Harold Jolllvttte, ManagerTHOUGHTFUL

I A t Lula Mae Jones, daughter sad but loving memory of Mrs. Carrie Smith, 2020 NW
Richard Rolle, son '.our dear husband, father, and 69th Terr., died March 9. Survivors -
k grandfather are five sons, Thomas,

.... .... __'0' ALFRED M. LIVINGSTONwho BennieLeeK. B. Louis, John
The family of the late IN MEMORIAMIn departed this life March Lewis; four daughters ssie

Mrs. Margaret Lee wishes to sad but loving of 16, 1961. Gone but not forgot- Mae Young, Alice Fuller, Bes-
memory ten. sie Bain, Robertha Smith; one
thank their friends for
many of our dear husband, brother
all acts of kindness shown then I and uncle. Mrs. Annie LivingstonwifeMrs. brother; 31 grand children. Ser-

during their hour of bereave Merle Romer, and vices were held Tuesday from
ment. Special thanks to Dr. the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church.
Mrs. Lillian Long, daughters -
S. A. Cousin and members of
Greater Bethel for the use of And grandchildren Jessie Collier, 1955 NW 1t
the church, Rev. W. A.B. Curry 4th Ave., died March 10. Sur-
and members of St. Luke AME vivors are parents, grand- t
Church, Rev. F. J. Hicks, and mother, host of other relativesand \1 ,

the entire staff of the Range IN MEMORIAMIn friends. Services Saturday .. BEAUTIFUL SERVICES
Funeral Home. Our prayers 1 p.m. from New Jerusalem
shall be for all of you. rr memory of my mother Church of God in Christ in
Homestead.Mrs. Our ability and desire to
"Sunset and evening star, MABEL GOLDEN
And one clear call for me! who departed this life March carry out your wishes, together -
and may there be no moaningof 16. 1962. Yvonne Williams,
the bar 12230 SW 187th St., Perrine with our experience,

When I put out to sea. Mrs. Mary Hudson, dghter. died March 13. Survivors are mean a service that is
For though from out our bourneof And FamilyHCHARDSON. husband, one son, parents,
time and place four brothers, five sisters, / conductdd with beauty and

bear farI Arrangements are incompleteat understanding-to
The flood may me comfort.
hope to see my Pilot face to REV. J. C. JOHNSON 'f this time, but will be an- (
face who passed to the Great Beyond nounced'at a later date.
Willie Redmon of 3175 NW
When I have crossed the bar. March 20, 1947.
Gone, but not forgotten. 18th St. died March 10 at Veterans Mrs. Ruth Stuirks, died ,,;,<: "M/ Father in Heaven, help
Marcella Simon, father May his soul rest in peace Hospital. Funeral services March 10. Survivors are son,r me never to forget Thy love
Mrs. Willie Parker, sister and light perpetual shine upon were held Tues. March Robert Brown. The arrangements it looks
sister him. .5 in the chapel. lie leaves to will be announced at a up to me in the/
Mrs. Nancy Simon,
\ beauty of the flower "
Henry and sammy Franklyn mourn one daughter Mrs. Ruth later date. .
Simon, brothers Mrs. Marion Johnson, wife, Jefferson, one son-in-law Benjamin John Henry Jowett
Mrs. Jane
Lucy Stenson
Jefferson of Ft. Lee, .M
The Johnson Family
Va.; two grandchildren, two 19 Day Ave., Princeton; died Oscar L. Range
Bell March 15. Survivors are one
CARD OF THANKS sisters-in-law Essie three son,six daughters,Alice Keen, Funeral
IN MEMORIAMIn Patterson, Nellie Price, Home
Ella Carson, Ronnie Williams
The wife of the late brothers-in-law George Williams ,
sad but loving of Lula Bell Harris, Ozzie Mae
memory Patterson John
our faithful m ember McNabb, Willie Lue Rucker,
wishes to thank Mrs. E. Williams Pries t other relatives and
one sister, one brother, 34
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mc- MRS. JENNIE KNOWLESwho C iends.
departed this life March grandchildren. Arrangements Hiuroln: fflrmarml
Bride, Mrs. Lillie McCoy, on are incomplete, but will be flarh
Rev. D. A. Bradley and mem- 15. 1965. Robert Stancel! of 1352 NW announced Jater.
bers of Mt. Carmel Baptist Asleep in Jesus, blessed. 2nd Ave. died at his home on You do 'Mot hov to own Grave Spot In LINCOLN
Church for their kindness in sleep March' 4. He was better knownin MEMORIAL PARK, 3801 NW 46 ST. to bury loved
her bereavement. Special Acalm and 'undl.turbedrepose, the Miami area as "Uncle one$. Just Toll your funeral director this Is your wish.
thanks to the House of Albert From which none ever wakesto Bob." Survivors include one It will b. don.

and all the neighbors. May weep. 1 nephew, James Hawkins of S)8rril; ; GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYSA
God bless you all. Miami and a host of friends. 2 mOo pre-need grove space tale now going on.
Trinity W. M. Church Funeral services will be held
Lilly Mae Sally, wife Rev. George Johnson, pastor at 3 p.m. Sat. March 19. NE 4-4197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 1-9199:


THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, March 18, 1966 13


Equal The YWCA Project Miami
needs your help! We're going tY NORMAN JONFS
to have a bazaar and need:

ey M. Young Jr.DirectorNaUonal. clothing for children, women, "WHEELING AND DEALING"
and men, linen, housewares,
On the Presidential level possibly the greatest
Urban bric-a-bracs, small appliances,
League jewelry, white elephants or Wheeling and Dealing was in the 1876 election between
IB most anything in good condi- Democrat Samuel Tilden and Republican Rutherford B.
er victory in the so-called "Negro Revolus tion. You may leave articlesat Hayes. Tilden was the apparent winner but the returnsin
announced recently
Johnson. your nearest YWCA Centeror South and
Florida, Carolina, Louisiana Oregon were
J did not make the
victory headlines on mostes call us at 634-0100. Project l Zachariah
National Chairman
challenged by Republican -
| but its importance cannot be overem ha- Miami office, 5100 NW
Chandler and after a lot of Wheeling and Dealing by
Fhe event was the appointment of economist I; 21st Avenue. Watch this column
both the electorial votes in the four
parties, disputed 22
for date of bazaar.
V. Brimmer, a Negro, to the
Reserve j i states were awarded to Hayes, giving him the Presidency -

ling mild-mannered staccato-speaking by one electorial vote, 185 to 184.
rofessor. STATE BEAUTICIANSMEET The Republicans wanted the White House and the

d banking organization may not seem dramatic. MAY 1519The Southern Democrats wanted the withdrawal of Federal

|t rate TV coverage like the sit-ins and demon- troops from the South, so both parties got what they

but it is, like those efforts, a move that can 27th annual conven- wanted at the expense of the newly emancipated Negroeswho
very marrow of American life.e tion of the Orange Blossom were enjoyin g a measure of political freedom under

[ giant step Mr. Brimmer enters the top circleo State Cosmetologists will be held in Association Ft. Reconstruction Laws enforced by Federal troops.

help steer the Ship of State. Along with such H HW Lauderdale May 15-19. Bo- The withdrawal of Federal troops from the Seces-

Ud do-ers as Robert C. Weaver and Thurgood ward Unit 14, Mrs. F. AH, sionist Southern States left the Negro at the mercy of

Mr. Brimmer is in a position to affect the desI I president, will be hostess. his former slave masters and until the white primarywas
ach and every American and millions of otherin outlawed in 1946 the Negro was largely disfran
the world. This is because of the immense chised in the South.The enactment of the Voting Rights

I the Federal Reserve Board. BLOCK CLUB TEA Bill in 1965 added further impetus to Negro voting

Board is the group of seven "wise men" who SUNDAYThe rights.
decisions in the sphere of finance. One of yP'3t
s is to decide how much money will cost. This Busy Bee 62nd Terr. HOOVER'S DEAL WITH THE LILY WHITES

[nd strange, but it means that they decide the presence Block Club at is our requesting first tea your SW'lday Another example of Wheeling and Dealing which

te of interest on the money the nation's banks Mar. 20, from 3 to 5 p.m. affected the political destiny of the Negro to a great
and on the amount of interest they can pay at Centervilla Kindergarten, degree was the infantous 'deal' with the Lily White

eposits. 5861 NW 17th Avenue. faction of the Republican Party in the South, when

|en "The Fed", (as it is called) twitches, an I Herbert Hoover, the 1928 Republican standard bearer
ke shakes banks throughout the nation. When I read the Black and Tan Delegates out of the party and

fed raises the rate on interest on bank money ELK'S ANNUAL seated the Lily White delegates at the convention, re-

last December, banks all across the land move ORATORICAL AND moving from the ranks of Republican National Commit-
[ch the amount on interest they charge businessi a i h
1 N'1' teemen such asstalwarts Ben Davis of Georgia, Oscar
)is has the effect, later on, of raising the cost 9+r 7"kD "ly'K t MUSICAL CONTESTYou Adams of Alabama, Scipio Jones of Arkansas, Walter

3, because the businessmen pass along the in- ") and your friends are Cohen of Louisiana, "Gooseneck" Bill McDonald of

I cost of money to us consumers. I w, invited to attend An Afternoonof Texas, Perry .Howard of Mississippi and Bob Church of
|And as the prices go up, you and I tend to think Cultural Entertainment pre- Tennessee. Hoover's Wheeling and Dealing with the

fore we spend money for non-essentials. This sented by So. Fla. Educational Lily Whites ended the stranglehold the Republicans had

ay The Fed combats inflation: by making money Department of I.B.P.O.E.W. on the White House since 1960 with the Negro moving
xpensive" it takes some of it out of circulation. Benefit of Scholarship Fund, the
Sunday March 27, from 4 to 6p.m. enmasse to Republican Party.
[dampening inflationary pressures.h Lovely Aldine King, "Miss at Grace Presbyterian Another infamous deal with the coalition of State
| power to change money policy in the U. S Righters Dixiecrats Racist izations and Con-
is' Pittsburgh, in Universal'a Church, 6895 NW 14th Ave. organ
erve Board is extremely important. And so it nationwide Beauty and Talent The committee includes: servative Republicans stampeded the Republican Con-
jive that men of sound judgement and solid ex- Contest to find "Miss X." Eloise Johnson, secretary vention in 1964 into nominating Barry Goldwater as the
serve on this panel. Mr. Brimmer is, as Presi- The contest is being conducted Harold Butler, chairman Ha- Republican standard bearer, further decimating the influence -
hnson said, "a man of wide professional experid in conjunction with the cur- rold Higgs, local director of
of moderation rent World Premiere of "Ma- education Johnson of the Republicans on every level and drivingthe
great personal integrity, a man Rolly ,
[brilliance is combined with a sense of fair play dame X," Universal's Ross assistant state director of Negro deeper into the Democratic ranks. _____
in Techni-
elieve will enable him to serve with distinction." Hunter color starring production Lana Turner, education W. O. Perry, state u... I.I..6"'I'I .....'," ......sesm

drew Brimmer, just 39 years old, has had a dis- John Forsythej Richard Mon- president.
hed career: he was a professor on the,,economic talban, Burgess Meredith, March 25 Join the NAACP'ftiiiLf1oiir'
at Harvard Massachusetts Institute of Tech- Constance Bennett and Keir
Dullea. ,- ." ," ," ,11 1"1.4I
Michigan State University and the University
Aldine and 12 other con-
sylvania. He worked on the economic researchthe testants representing major
Federal Reserve Bank of New York and as cities all over the United
in the U. S. Department of Labor before his ap- States are in Miami Beach '
of competing for the Grand Prize, '
[nt last year as Assistant Secretary Commerce. I
post he made an excellent record in stemmingflow a trip for two to Universal
Studios in Universal
of gold from the U. S. to countries abroad.
City, California, and an Interview .
egan this column by calling Mr. Brimmer's ap- with the head of Ta-

unt another victory in the "Negro Revolution." lent of Universal Pictures. ffi1itiELfLiFd ILI1I[ ill:
it is, but not in the way those who read only
understand. For this is one of
jies are likely to TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
quiet, straight-to-the-core victories that comes CHURCH SUNDAY
hen a combination of forces and opportunities are SPECIAL DISCOUNT :
It. Andrew Brimmer would not have received this
tment if he had not been magnificently qualifiedy TO TEACHERS! .

n like Andrew Brimmer are as important to thee n
success of the civil rights revolution as more : SAVINGS J ASSOCIATION S. LOAN i :

lie incidents. Our youths must have prominent men rte. wB
[horn they can identify and strive to emulate. Our NEW SAVINGS HOURS .

ft ball-players and entertainers have been a greatof Tailored To Your NeedsMondoyTu..dayW.dasdoyihu"day .

pride, but when we see Thurgood Marshallg .
a before the Court or a Robertr
| case Supreme I. 9:30: a.m. lo 4.00 p.m. .
| guiding the destinies of our cities, a chord is .
I. Friday
in the heart of many a young man or young woman 930am. 10 100 p.m.
nds new meaning in his schoolwork and renewedin I. Saturday .

his race. Now there is Andrew Brimmer helpingide 9 00 a m to Noon
[ the banking policy of this great nation and I Found .

I his place of power in Washington. Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, I: ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $10,000 BY AN .
}nd yet, even with all the necessary qualifications, I.popular local businessman, is AGENCY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
uld not have been appointed to this post ten years the owner of the Dive-Inn Bar is HOME That :
of 1772 NW 79th St. I.
His that this is a new age
[ appointment proves invites all his
691-9431. He
[unity, an age that owes much to the Negro Revo-I and meet I
old friends to come
I -E.: 1
[I till and moving the "foot crusade.soldiers" and "head soldiers" in I.!new friends.Everyone welcome. : You Love ? :

\ithout both the demonstrations and the solid con-
we efforts of millions of citizens of good will, I: Then don't hesitate to see us about theY .

nditions that stifled Negro talent would not have Blessed financing.
ed. who refused to move to the .
Mrs. Rosa Parks, I
the : Rates are reasonable, closing costs are
of that Montgomery, Alabama bus triggered CandlesWill ,. ,
played a qUItent low. Details to understand. .
' Revolution. Andrew Brimmer has I. are easy
but very significant role in that same movement II I p a Service is prompt. .

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There is no obligation in talking
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Tallahassee The North- ersburg Junior College was Johnson Publishing Co., Chi- Newspapers; best newspaper

westerner of Northwestern high judged the best junior college cago; best yearbook theme, features, Northwesterner, Mi-
school in Miami won the best yearbook. The award was presented -Middletonian, Middleton High ami, presented by the St. Pet-

all-around year-book award, by the Taylor Publishing Tampa, presented by Taylor erburg; best newspaper sports

8R Irhtlba E. Deant'f presented by the Royal Crown Co. of St. Petersburg. Publishing Co., St. Peters- story, Monocle, North Dade
f r Cola Company of Columbus, Plaques went to each winnerin burg; best yearbook feature, High, Miami, presented by the
f + t u h ( Oa., during the recently held the yearbook anc newspaper Pepsi-Cola Co.. AtlantaGa.,
16th annual Florida A&M Uni- judging during the Headlines Stantonian, New Stanton High Attending from Northwestern -

Career Week is observed in many of our schools. and Bylines Awards Luncheonin Jacksonville, presented by High were Anthony Mc-

At this time the importance of selecting and preparingfor versity Interscholastic Press the University Commons. Royal Crown Cola; best news- Phee, Floyd Williams nd Ed-
Workshop The Hamptonian of paper column, Middletonian, ward Sargeant. B. T. Washington
a career is stressed to the students. Teachers and
Hampton Junior College, Ocala Other winners in the vari-'', presented by the Florida Times students attending were
others emphasize to us how important it is that we won the best all-around newspaper ous categories $in the 1966 Union, Jacksonville; Best Bethsheba Dean, Daisy Black,
finish school and select the course most beneficial to award presented by the '' judging were: best use of pic- :news story, Lion's Echo, Car- Anita McGruder, Juanita Fox,

us in high school. Too many of us pay little or no attention Seven-Up Co., St. Louis, Mo. tures in yearbook, Northwestern terParramore High, Quincy, Sharon Wilson and Mrs. M. H.

in this advice and when we get out on our own The Gibsonian of St. Pet Miami, presented by the presented by Afro-Amerman Shannon, advisor.list .
and begin facing difficulties then we realize, and in

many cases it might bo too late.

While those who had the experience are urging us MAYS DRAMATISTS

to finish school we continuously ignore the fact of

how important an education is to us. More and more READY FEATUREPRODUCTION

opportunities are being given to us, but unless we are
qualified we will not be able to take advantage of them

Dr. Gilbert Porter, deputy to the assistant superintendent Seemingly undisturbed and r
undaunted by the nearness of
was guest speaker at Booker T. Washington the ever-impending 1967 phaseout -
School He stated that "Students should
High recently.! date, the Mays Thespiansare t
stay in school longer in order that they be preparedto forging ahead toward another -
meet the challenge on equal basis." banner year in the pre- {

We are not seriously considering the fact that the sentation of top-flight dramatic

future will require higher education than the past. Too entertainment. Already this

many of us refuse to prepare ourselves for this chal- school term, Mays has pre-
sented an evening of three one-
lenge. act plays: "Minor Miracle," I
It is also important that we put all efforts forth to "Special Guest" and "Where

compete and face our future and reach forward with The Cross is Made" and Jjw'>
determination to fulfill our goals. Although there mightbe full-lenghth dramatization's'' :

obstacles we must see ourselves as a part of this "We're All Guilty" and "Bull
country and want to do something to better it. There isa in a China Shop." The latter
play, a comedy, played
task for each of us and we are the ones responsiblefor ular Mart
demand at Frank C.
completing it in the best way possible. .
Elementary School, Lanier Jun- |
There are over 5,000 occupations in this country ior, Dania, and is scheduled to
and there is one that will fit each of us. Here are some be performed at Dillard High

vocations that students look forward for: in Ft. Lauderdale, later this

Alma Witaker, a freshman at Miami-Dade Junior year.Now
College plans to become a secratery. She is presently fresh from successesat
Dade County Drama Festival
secretarial science. Alma became interestedin
studying (University of Miami), the
the field after studying business courses in high Mays Thespians are gearing for
school. yet another spectacular production

Deloris L. Sands plans to major in music and be- "The Rainmaker" sched-
come a music teacher. She is a sophi more at Immacu- uled for Thursday and Saturday I .. IIW <-

late Academy. Mays evenings auditorium., April 7 Plan, 9 now in the to \ Dubar i EI..taj. Color Day""iU1 I IOn

Eleanor Reddick others. She is
enjoys helping a. see this superlative dramatic -

sophomore at Coral Gables High and plans to study performance. Thursday, March 10th, school colors are light blue West Dunbar" were chosen.
sociology at Howard University. the faculty and student bodyof and dark blue which symbolizes Prizes were awarded to the'

Helena Duhart is a freshman at Miami-Dade Junior ANNOUNCEMENTAll West Dunbar Elementary honesty and distinction. authors of the best written f,
under the principalship of March 6th marked the Third t
College. She plans to be a nurse or a musician. Mrs. compositions. Recipients members of the BookerT. Grace B. Albert cele- Anniversary of West Dunbar
Estes at Miami Edison were Sylvia Thomas, fifth :
Carolyn, a sophomore brated
its annual
Washington Class of 1946 Day being the first completely air Leo
grade; Anton, third grade; 1
to attend UCLA and dramatics. Caro- Festival.
High plans study
are asked to be present at a conditioned public school in and Katly Witherspoon,second r
lyn stated, "I enjoy acting." meeting to be held at BTW The building was beauti- the county. grade. Mrs. Lucretia coleman' ,

James McGruder, a sophomore at Booker T. Wash- Tuesday, April 5 at 8 p.m. fully decorated with slogans The day begin with a "Sa assistant principal of curri- ,;
ington plans to attend the University of Florida and Room number will be postedin and bulletin board displaysto lute to the School Colors"over dulum, presented the awards -'.
major in electronics engineering.Verne the school's office. remind the students of the the Public Address Sys- during and assembly late in ,I

Curry would like to become an executive Plans for a class reunion coming event. Each memberof tem by members of Mr. JamesHunt's the afternoon.
will be discussed. Please b bon the faculty and student
( chairman) 5th
program The festival was culminated -
secretary. She plans to attend Barry College. Verne isa
time. The attendance of all body eagerly anticipated the grade class. with a lively
program pre-
sophomore at Miami Jackson. class members is encouraged. festival with memories from During the day winners of sented by Mr. Hunt's fifth

the previous years. The the essay contest "Why I Like grade class. During the oro

gram Mr. Hunts' class presented >o
(I 11 Miamiais Make Honor a T.W. the principal with a
model of an Arabian sword
The Booker T. Washington decorated with the school
'tawPLAYMAKERS Roll High School Band membersare colors. This presentation com
at BathvHe-Cookman
busily engaged in sections memorated and proclaimed
rehearsals, individual March 6th as official Color
;vt It was announced recentlyby ior majoring in Elementary rehearsals, and full band rehearsals Day for West Dunbar Elemen-
Harrison F, DeShields, Education with 3.25; Madleyn for the purpose of tary each and every year
college registrar that 31 stu-Squire, senior majoring in getting in shape for parades, hereafter. The program end-
dents quahfid for the Dean's Elementary Education with assembly concerts, the spring ed with the faculty and stu-
.Kist and 34 for the Honor Roll and the
3.34; Joan Thompson, a sophomore concert Dade County dents singing the West Dun-
for class hours completed during majoring in Sociology Music Festival Contest Cli- bar Pep
I the first semester 1965- with 3.65; Abigail F. Thomp- nic. The Band Parents Club
66. Eleven Miami students on kins, sophomore majoring in President, Mrs. A. M. Jef- PTA meeting will be held
the list included Yvonne Bos- English wnfli 3.47; Marion L. ferson, is calling all band Thursday, March 24 at 7:30
ton, a senior majoring in Walker, junior majoring in parents to an initial meeting p.m. All parents and friendsof
mathematics on Monday night March 28th. the west Dunbar Familyare
with a 3.31 average English with 3.35; William ,
; Jacquelyn Green, a Clark, a senior majoring in promptly at 8. The meetingwill invite Door prizes will
be held in the band be awarded.
S sophomore majoring in Ele- Elementary Education with a

WHO'S WHO SELECTEE mentary Education with a 3.53 3.60; Lillian Kemp, a senior bandmaster Mr. Timothy, has Savage all of, our the EASTER AT
Margaret Josephine Percell, average; Doris McAllister, a tm j orinl in Elementary Education "Blast Off" into
a senior history and geography GUILD senior majoring in Elementary ; with 3.60; Edwina Lord information for our final drive.space LIBRARIESEaster
major at Florida A&M Univer- PRESIDENT NAMED TO Education with a 3.35 average senior majoring in Elementary All parents whose children
sity, has been selected to WHO'S WHO Ronald Living- ; Shirley P. Smith, a sen Education with 3.60. take music we to be will be celebratedat
appear in the 1965-66 edition ston Thompson, a senior present. the Dixie Park Branch on
of"Who's who Among Students speech correction major at HOLMES ELEM.We March 23 at 8 p.m. and a t
inAmericanColleges and Uni- Florida A& M University, has Miami-Dade to Present Allapattah Branch, March 25
versities." President of been selected to appear in the are happy to announce at 8 p.m. "Easter Season"
FAMU Chapter of the National 1965-66 edition of "Who's that our school will have shows the origins of some of
Association for the Advance- Who Among students in American "Looks Back in Anger" HEADSTART (kindergarten) our Easter customs in the
ment of Colored People, Miss Colleges and universi- classes for all children who United states. "As Long As I
Percell is first vice presidentof ti a. In addition to being the will be old enough to enter Live" tells the story of religion
John Osborne's controver- the play concerns a rebelliou school in September. This in Israel
Delta\ Sigma Theta Sorority, president of the FAMU Play- today. Free
and holds membership in the makers Guild, Mr. Thompsonis sial "Look Back in Anger" young Englishman's search for program was made possible. tickets are available at Main
Pan nelenic society, Pre. president of Alpha Phi opens for an enrght-day run at a means of action in today's as a result of President John- only and are available on March
Legal Society, and the His- Alpha Fraternity and the Miami-Dade Junior College'sPen society. Although the play is son's Anti-Poverty Program. 21 at 6 p.m. and for as long
tory Club. She is the daughterof Canterbury Club, and holds Playhouse Sunday, March now 10 years old, it has lost The program is free and it includes as they last.
Mrs. Rosa Lee welcome the free lunch, the services
of membership in Student 27, culminating the Playhouse
none of its bite and andthe
1775 NW 74th Street. FAMU! Government Association.He Is series of major winter produc- of the school nurse, and social -
moral dilemma in which
staff photo by Ernest Fillyau. the sen of Mr. L. E. Thompson tions. workers. Classes will begin SPIRITUALIST
the characters are caught i is ,
3624 Fla. Avenue. Monday, March 21.
ANNOUNCEMENTClasses FAMU staff photo by Ernest Departing from the Play- still timely and identifiable, All parents who are interested READER-ADVISOR
says Director Werner. in enrolling their
Fillyau. Will
house's splitrunschedule you solve all
of Dorsey "46"and children in the program must
Northwestern "56" will ...- "Look Back" is "The controversy stirredat bring the child's birth certi- problems, Love, marriage,
sponsor a sale and party on :' 1f being staged on consecutive the time by the play's brutal -. ficate. Two classes will be business, health, help
March 19, at the home of ANNV l'IlTEA nights, opening with a faculty language is again being in session from 8:3011:30.The you with your loved ones
Laura Ford, 8861 NW 18th4 rJ)" press preview and closing the afternoon class will be in Heal
Ave. at 7 p.m. .f1t'/t, "f.if. following Sunday, April 3. recalled by theatre-goers as session from 12:003:00.All you prayer and
Both groups will hold a W Orchard'Villa PT A'i s"presenting Curtain time for all perfor- they witness the fresh stormof parent are urged to blessing 1176 MW 79th St.
joint meeting March 27, at 4 ;:i ti-':'annual,*; carnation is controversy created by Os- take advantage of this wonderful 7S7-9764.
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Tfa: at 5UO NW,13th jAve.,4 mances 8:15 p.m. borne with his new play, "In- opportunity give their No Problem Too Big
Dettie Oliver Fisbum, 5260 tdV,&"p.m.l Sunday,;March. :27 admissable Evidence," she children free kindergarten train-
.NW 9th Avenue. i\tb nation1.00. '.. Directed by Robin Werner, commented. ing. MarlS



aa rK I.

THE MIAMI TIr 15, Friday, March 18, 1966 IS

CAD DRIVERS. APPLY .....1.1..1.KING .................--
ADS' S office 269 NW
2 1stociety.Cab St. SIZE BUYS



FOR SALE CBS FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR SALEBY 3 bedrooms, on extra, large comer lot, wall to

3 Bedroom and $69 month. South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. 1 bedroom OWNER wall carpeting, circular drive.
town apt. (urn.
".000 tout.9200 down. Freshly gas and
and 88th St. lights free Adults| 3 bedroom furn house. Rear
17th AVe painted. Big 100'U25* lot. only, 2281 NW 93 TERRACE
this beauty today call 1210 NW 77th Tern bedroom, furn. duplex. Income -
Owner (quiet
e : 3733304.BRAND
0262. Biscayne Realty, couple). $240 mo. Total price Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath, extra large kit-

iroker 9635 NW 22 Ave. NEW HOMES l II 12900. Adjoining loti chen, awnings, bar-be-cue, patio.
Nice 2 bedroom, CBS, house,
| 3 bedrooms 2 baths, also person wants a nice
13 Bedroom, 2 Baths bedroom 2 baths. Neither 4 room. Call at 5520 NW 15th $12,500. Good terms. All 1440 NW 88 STREET

[down for lovely custom- home has ever been lived in. Ave. 572 In a NW very 51st good St. condition. 3 bedrooms, Fla porch, awning type window,
CBS $91.00 month for See these 2 beauties at 1440 huge closets.
fine corner. Owner pays NE 152nd Ten. Only $300 House. Phone 7540977. 754-9450
losing costs. To see call down No Owner. Hiram A. Culmcr. 1800 NW 91 STREET
1-0262. Biscayne Realty, closing costs. $114. per mo.
2 bedroom
Broker 9635 NW 22 Ave. pays all. Call 238-4023 for information Room nice working couple or. garage, spacious corner.

.. or better yet come single mono No drinking. MANOR PARK BEAUTY

3 Bedrooms, CBS out and see them. Call 635-4214 Sunday or Thurs- 2 bedroom, garage, like new, $250 down.
down to veteran near Onde) day after 2. FOR SALE
Ave and 89th St. This is Would I like i --- OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK
to leave
IiusU Only $70 mo. Call you your 2 bedroom unfurn. References. $52 MO. $250 DOWNNo
family. free KING REALTY INt: BROKER)
1-0262. Biscayne Realty, and clear home If Deposit. OX 1-0789. Closing Costs (

Broker 9635 NW 22 Ave. you should' die? If so, call|| 2030 NW 83 TERR. II 4000 NW 7 AVE. PL 1-9708

OX 1-0262. |Bjtf. HELP WANTEDRCA Like new, 2 bedroom CBS II I......ss.ia
$200 Down Service Co. has immedi
sdrooms, 2 baths, custom- 2 bedroom house. CBS, air ately opening for part time Only $8700, FHA
It and only $94 month. Yout cond. chain link fence all office clerk. Call Mr. Green, SPITZER REALTY
[ see this if you want a around. R-2 lot. 5515 NW 6th 634-0631 for apptmnent. Realtors
spacious home. Call Ave. $67 mo. shown by ap-
1-0262 Biscayne Realty, pointment. 624-0730. Indf Licensed real estate sales 8201 Biscayne Blvd. EDISON SpecialsTHESE

Broker 9635 NW 22 Ave. --- people urgenlty needed. Alla- PL 9-8741
House. 8400 NW 23rd Ave. pattah
Realty, 3517 NW 17
) down, 2 large bedrooms, Doll, 2 bedroom, comer, frame, Ave. 633-0426.
jh, large kitchen, dining fenced in yard, CBS, garage. 2 OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
In Fla room, fenced 'cement drive. Near school.
large Lady to work four days on
L and barbecue, carft -*Fully fum..city water, shown Miami
yard Beach. Must Love LOVELY HOMES 181 NW 50 STREETCBS
of closets, utility1 Eby' appointment. Call 6918543. -
plenty ; children. Sleep in
JKV, sprinklers, pump and' Mar 25, Call 532-6997. Mrs. Hader.2nights. kilt 0. Tier Lot tt Om Fla room, carport. Excellent neighborhood.

III.Near stores and buslines. T. Please YM $300 down, FHA.
I25NW 89th Teri.qualifying Direct from owner CHILDCAREChildcare
339 NW 39th Street 2255 NW 38 STREETCBS
for working mothers.NW LOTS FOR SALE
$300 down
small house. area. 238-4588 or 633- tile roof On hone is like
758-8749 awnings, corner.
ayable $65 monthly. Liberty 7090. 55x135-M.W. 48th Ter,.
new. Excellent condition. $250 down, FHA. $67.27
ency, 2020 NW 62nd St. Lovely corner lot. Improvedwith S0.105-l4.. 5S" St. onth. Only $10,500 total.
lall Bob 6337809. sidewalk and FULL OR PART-TIME
street 100100-51 Terra 17 Ave.50i10041st .
lights, of 13th and
comer Ave ------------
a large house, I Dishwahers and kitchen help.
qualifying 44th St., N.W. 4250. Call St.
(ayable $110 a month. Call 667-0172. M26 'Over: 18 years. See manager.

) 6337809. Liberty Agency Apply Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 50xUO$1.250Gnh 3 Bedroom. 2 both, garage. $300 down FHA.
020 NW 62nd SU Direct from I Bis. Bid. Indef.. Paid For Lets,
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, 23x23 Fla room. A really big

2050 NW 96 Street Experienced beautician want- Homes, Acreage house, $2200 sq. (ft. On lob $600 down on FHA.
Close! In $400 Down!! Like New CBS
2car garage, and carport, large $400 down. $72 month ed. Call Mrs. James 8919473or NEED MONEY? 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, Flo room, $300 down, FHA.

bedrooms, dining room, lovely 758-8749 Salon.621-6807. Vem's March Beauty 18 CALL BAROM JE 8-1340 3 Bedroom, 1ft bath, Fla room. $450 down, FHA.

t kitchen, wood floors, only --- CBS, tile roof. On large tot. $250 down, FHA.
,174,90 per mo. Open Sunday 2 to 5 ,.
,\r, The Palace Realty, Inc. 4721 NW 6th Ave. Very large
r 472 NE 125th Street CBS, stove, refrigerator car-
757-2425 port, hardwood floors, newly DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING DISPLACED.
\ painted inside and out. Large I _
I Beer bar with fully equipped Fla room, $200 with certifi-
kitchen for restaurant. Also FHA. Total $12,750. REALTY Realtors
good location and reasonable. Ben-Kori Realtor, 612 NW I FOR BETTER PICTURES. SEE r' ,

Contact owner phone 374- 60th St. Anytime 751-2243.
9477.9:30: a.m. to 9:3OpJn. 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441

---- 3 Bedrooms JOHNSON I
Shy pay rent? $100 down buys Lovely home in nice area I

3 bedroom, home, like new. Oak floors, carporte, .$13.000
(72 mo.pays all. Goodschools FHA terms. Call for location. OF MIAMI v.........................I jLife's

Dnie out Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60 I II

3361 8 low NW as 207th$65 per St.mo.Many Gordonkeley others St. Anytime 751-2243. _' g Best Buys!

\ broker 621-0518. $200 Down
-- 3 bedrooms 2 bedrooms, Manyto N NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
.ovely CBS home, 2 bed- choose from. Take your BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY I9MMMM =

ooms, bath, kitchen, livingoom pick. $65 mo. and up. Must I JJ 3 bedroom, CBS, front porch, appliances, freshly .
dining room, garage or qualify. Ben-Kori, Realtor, = .' il painted inside and out. Allapattah area. $500 II
leaping' quarters, side drive 612 NW 60th St. anytime. 751- down and $100 month all.
lood transportation, 4020 NW 2243. II j .

Modern. CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, fully
Peer and
wine tavern to be II
l eased. Good location. HouseIso Ii''L 2 FOR Mt 2 fenced corner. Bargain at $9,800 with $300 down 8g

for sale. call or see FOR RENT I and $57.89 month, FHA. =

||ye va. 691.1933.Moton, 7028. NW 15th Large one bedroom duplex. e I J: SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING
only $22.50 !
per Unfum.week.Adults See 1042 NW 35thSt. I I 1186 NW 38th Ste I B| Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, Fla room. tile roof, awn =
|53 month, CBS, $200 down, i ings, appliances, price is $10,500 with $300 down a
I' closing costs, easy topalify a and $62 month, FHA. .

for lovely redecorated Small house, $65 monthly.j 635.4748
|BS on nice street to see call Liberty Agency. I = SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS a
I'scayne' kL-I
Realty, Inc. 9635 St. Call vf.J. 633-7809. I - - .
I* 22 Avenue. - Like new 3 bedroom, CBS, in Bunche Park. Awn$200dowrn .
-- monthly.. I: fenced yard. Bargain at $9,300 with .
I've' Large house, $110 J and $55 month, FHA. .
on 2 lots. 50x143 Liberty Agency, 2020 NW 62
)we west Hollywood. Good in- St. call Int. J. 633-7809. Register Now! II SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS II
terms, 4619 SW
P" SUCall Miami NE 3-0498 635-8959. p Modern 4 bedroom CBS, terrazzo floors, enclosed .

contact 1043 NW 63rd St. Room. Phone L.........................................................P front porch, large fenced yard, jalousie windows =
r Clean furn. apt. Cheap rent. awnings, appliances. A bargain at $12,500 with .
On busy NW 17th Ave at Call FR 4-2213. Miami Times a $350 down and $74 month, FHA. .
|69. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS.
own by appmt. Phone 885- -bedroom-, duplex apt. 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS s

05. TWO Stove and refrigerator fum. Miami, Florida 33147 PI Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof, terrazzo .

I-' 1760 NW 50th St. Call NE floors, appliances, air conditioner, wall to wall =
bedrooms, 1ft bath, oak 3-6850. Dear Sir: carpeting. Best buy at $11,000 with $300 down rand
J corner lot. PL 7-2734. bedroom unfum. Enclosed please find the sum of S_ $66 month, FHA. .
$16, three
e best 310 NW 46th Street duplex. 1367 NW 58th Terr. to cover the cost of a subscription to CB WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES =
area for the qualimP -
selective de- U
buyer we have house. Newly
luxury Rooming the Miami Times WE HAVE SEVERAL "ALL CASH" BARGAINS!
home that has every- corated. 10 rooms, 2 baths .
you expect and more kitchen 174 NW 8th St.
Mail Paper To
m ONE MORTGAGE ONLY! asooalbe. Call 371-3622. s i

107 1.6902.per mo. call for appt. bedroom apt. $14 effy. $10 AJJrcr.1 Life Realty Broker i

2 State ZIP Code_
Direct T -from Owner NE free 3-3949.Mater Small and elec.deposit.Phone City S4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371:

350 2466 down NW 91st- $62 Street Month with yard. For in- Su Month $3 00 One Yr. $5 00 Two Yrs. $9 00 5 Open 7 Days Per Week En.iis"tool .

ed.oo ,CBSlarle lot 758- formation.Furn. apt.Call OX 1-2426. ...................................................... niuui1u11.III1.....*



18 Tf- MIAMI TIMES. Friday, March 18, 1966 __

86 Charges Bring Carver I:, -: '". ,. -'- I r ,

I 2-Year Jail TermWayman Ranches News :t. ,i3 II I II I I OPEN HOUSE I

Ferrell Tarpley, with you," the judge said to I
40, of 1233 NW 67th St., was Tarpley. "The probation offi- &y Wolur Bow I 2010 NW 85 ST I
In hard luck sure enough last cer doesn't want you and the I I
Wednesday, when ho was sentenced Florida Highway Patrol The Rev. W. C. Grant of
to two years in Florida i doesn't want you." Mt. Zion AME Church, West 'II" I $250 DOWN $65 MOUTH I
Prison, because he told the Hollywood, is thanking all the
State gota Tarpley judge '
officers, members and visiting 2 CBS beauty with gorgeous Fla
driver's license under an "Just put yourself in my I I
assumed namo in order to sup- place." friends for the successful ( '' II room.
s port his wife and family. rally Sunday, March 13. The J,, i
The "I don't want to be in your Quarterly Conference was also j '... I I
heavy equipment op- '
erator pleaded guilty before place," said the judge, as he held Sunday. ;!,t FORD REALTYINC.
Criminal Court Judge Carlin looked at a rap sheet showing The district 'meeting will, Mrs. Almeta Marshall of the i
Stedman to a charge of "per- Tarpley has 86 drunk driving be held at Mt. Zion March 30- new Almeta's Beauty Box, 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
jury in application for driver's charges and Probation viola 31. Rev. J. A. Roberts, pre- cated at 6151 NW 15th 10-1
license." His tions. His wife left him in siding elder; Rev. W. C. Grant, (formerly Bell's Beauty Salon) ,
own was revoked
invites all well wishers
and 'the plea did himn 1957 and he was not support- pastor. I
ing afamily, the records show- come in and meet her charming
o good. ed. Sunday at 3 p.m., the Choir operators: Mrs. Lula smith, Best Buys in Tows
"We don't know what to do Mrs. Jessie McKeithen and
Union will meet at Mt. Zion. Miss Cynthia O. Glass. "We PROFESSIONALS-MODERN CBS. 2 bedroom, 2.
Church Come out and enjoy an even- specialize in all beauty ser- bath, iron gill porch, dining room, utility room,
Property ing of songs. vices. If you have beauty $450 down. $14,500 total.
problems, let us help solve
Northwest AreaVery Starlight Lodge No. 542 them.
will meet Friday night March $68 MO. $300 DOWN. Large CBS 3 bedroom, large
nice location, beautiful CBS build- 18 at 8 p.m. All members, lot. $11,800 total. No closing costs.
ing with living quarters, large parking lot, please be present at the Ma- REGISTER TO VOTE I
modern throughout, also suitable for club or sonic Hall on Pembroke Rd. $75 MO. $400 DOWN. Corner CBS beauty, 3 bed-
lodge. Don't be left out. Hav.IOm.thlng rooms, iJi bath, Fla room, utility room, carport,
South Broward VFW Postis $13,000 total.
to about
FOR DETAILS CALL i thanking all who attendedits soy
fifth anniversary dance at your local, state and na- $66 MO. $250 DOWN. MODERN CBS. 2 bedroom,
TIP TOP REALTY 754-0483 :the Big Bamboo in Hallandale tional government. picture window, iron grill porch, appliances.
_' ... .. E. Harry Denny, Realtor 1 last Saturday night. $11,500 total. A real beauty.NO .
,. QUALIFYING CORNER CBS. 5 bedroom, 2
: For A Better Home $250 DOWN bath$14,900, appliances total. RC air cond., reasonable down.

Ivy one Built ,by 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS. Bus,school, church,
: '. and shopping at your fingertips. South of NO QUALIFYING DOLL HOUSE. 1 bedroom, din-
SUNSHINE HOMES INC.. 36th- St. area. Real nice. 1 FHA mortgage. ing room, appliances, many extras. Only $60 mo.
Only $67.01 month. $6 GO down. $5,400 total.

549 NW 50 STREET
$350 DOWN DUPLEX CBS BEAUTY. 1 bedroom each side.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room, kitchen 2 bedrooms, air conditioned, large Fla room, Appliances, 2 carports, only $400 'down. $74 mo.
built-in range and oven, utility room, swim- $12,000 total.
1 FHA mortgage. $79 pays all. Lovely yard
ming pool, fenced-in-yard. You must see this and all modern WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
onel! Open Saturday and Sundays, 1-5 P.M. conveniences. ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range 2,000 down. Perfect for a professional I fa-
and oven, utility room, Florida room, garage, mily. 3 beautiful units for good living and SHELL REALTY"-
total price $18,900. income. Close, to Central Bank, all shopping,
491 NW 40 STREET schools and churches. EZ terms can be ar- 4260
NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range
and oven, utility room, Florida room, total ranged.ALLAPATTAH REALTY

price $18,500.WE -
3517 NW nAVE 633-0426


S. BROWN JOHN STERN, Mortgage Broker
36 North.ast Pint Street: Miami, Florida
Reg. Real Estate Broker HOMES FOR SALEOPEN

4602 NW 7 AVE' 754-3061 SUNDAYWe
,_ .. have the
:t>' keys for all FHA-VA Resale

DIAL A- homes. Anyone can buy veterans or non-ve-
MORTGAGELOAN terans. $100 down from $68 month, 2-3-4 bed-

rooms, CBS, like new. Call now. 7540483.


INVITED!!! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport, like new, near
everything, schools, buses, church, shopping
17 Ave & 81 St 296 NW 46th Street.
Northwest C.ttt........ Y0ttr Debt .j
$1,000AY lACK (20 MONTHLY "
WALDORf ESTATESTHE $2,000-MY UOOO-MY lACK lACK $30 fcM MONTHLY MONTHLY 2 bedrooms, screened porch, tile bath, large
yard, modern built-in kitchen all this for only
NEW EXCITING CONDOMINIUM HOME $68 per month. $100 down.


lnJn R. 3 large bedrooms, 2 vanity baths,wall l to wall
WHO.'R wq.p Rt a .1 RG w 2 CBS Beauties carpet, modern built-in, kitchen, large refri-

2265 NW 90 ST on gerator beautiful, air conditioner'lake. fenced yard & patio,

.......... J 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 2 car garage, tile roof,
.1'- hardwood floors. Kitchen is a pink dream. All
appliances built in. Many other extras. Total 1 bedroom, each side, nicely furnished. Near
price $15,000. $450 down. $88.67 pays all. bus & stores, only $400 down. $68 month.
DON'T PAY RENT-OWN YOUR OWN HOME I You can live rent free here. This is a nice

2 Bedrooms \\Vi Baths 2244 NW 90 ST home and income. Call now 7540483.

Low DOWN Payment 3 bedroom, 2 bath, awning windows, terrazzo HURRY, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
floors, carport, electric stove, many other THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR BETTER
Low Weekly Payment extras. Total price $13,900. $450 down. BUYS. WE HAVE OTHERS. DON'T DELAY

Immediate Occupancy Excellent Location $81.97 pays all.DRIVE .


10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. 1-2401





THE MIAMTTIME57 Friday, Morch 18, 1966 19

5 e it-Mi iiilwiih......... Mays High's McKinney Makes Looking the


O 1 )a All-State Second Team _
om Mn McKinney, May High
entntional forward was namedto
1 the All-State high school
second basketball team. 4
I David Wright from Blake Highof
I[ '''"''' BY HARRY SPEAR previously Tampa I, 't:, BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over 1

1 IFRANK ROBINSON'S HISTORY AND RECORD that teams has Wright been I: '"I't"I'tI" ....,
I Frank Robinson, Bal- of scholarship Florida. at tealTllJ."I't < BASEBALL STANDS FIRM AGAINST PREJUDICESNegro

timore Orioles newly ac- McKinney : athletes have made giant strides of progressin
1 quired slugging outfielderwas teams with battling racial prejudices in the past two decades.
in Beaumont
born ,
I average. II'': Baseball will always be remembered a s at rail blazerin
Texas, August 31, 1935. was picked on Robinson -
bringing Jackie
He grew up in Oakland, News all city this epic fight-Branch Rickey
in light to a new hori-
lived in Cincinnati the past to the Dodgers 1947 brought
several seasons but ex- zon, which sportsmen the world over do not intend to
pects to make Los Angeles allow it to flicker out.
his permanent home. In ten This pot of gold at the end of the rainbow is not
big league campaigns he the easiest to acquire, nor will the challenge be done
has averaged 303, 101 OUR CLASSIFIED ADS less diminutive in the near future.
R.B.I.'s 32 homers, 32 Baseball as most other sports does not nourish any
doubles and played in 150 racial issues and mark a man on the criterion of his
games. Frank has won many I I IRING RESULTS ability not the color of his skin.
top awards in his career. I .w Be it as it may however, occasionally some out-
these are Rookieof side will to break through this wall of har-
Among : 1fII/i'l' ::11.:1\ .tf.i source try
., : :
I ;*-' : i :
the Year 1956; Sophomore monious relationship and spread their evil desires. So
of the Year 1957; Most I was the experience of the Red Sox, who are training in
Valuable Cincinatti Player 1959; National League Gold- Winter Haven for the first time since 1958, after assuring
Glove Award as Outstanding Defensive Left Fielder- the Red Sox there would be no incident and alluring
1958; and Most Valuable Player in the National Leaguein them a new ball park, civic leaders had to hide their
1961. redden faces because of the harsh treatment given to
Played in all star games of 1956, 1957, 1959 Earl Wilson, a member of the Red Sox team by two of
(both games) 1961 (both games,' ) 1962, (2nd game) 1965 GREYHOUND RACING the city's establishments
has .417 ((5 for 12) ill!' bat'mark, played in 1961- The entire team imposed a voluntary boycott on
World Series which' Reds Lost to Yankees in five POST TIME these businesses,which was underkined officially by the
games, hit 200 ((3 for 15) with four R.B.I and one homerun. L.L..t............ 8:00 P.M. Red Sox management.It .
IIS takes a long time for racial prejudice to die; but
His 32 lifetime homers ranks him 20th on all time 1JU"UI
it is slowly passing away.
list just 4 behind Rocky Colavita and 7 back of Hank

Greenberg. Has hit two homers in a game 32 times, EXCELSIOR LEAGUE UP CLASSIFICATIONNoting
last year hit a 503 shot on the fly off World Series hero
Bob Gibson of the Cardinals at Crosley Field Hit that the majority of the teams the Excelsior
38 home runs in his rookie year to tie a major league league entered into the City Tournament this year, had
record for first year players originally set by Wally ,\ class B classification
*< been raised from a class C to a
Berger of the Boston Braves in 1930. is evidence how the league is improving its standard of
lie led the National three times in slugging per- 'f 'if<. < \ Y{ '" down the home
The is busy rolling
\\-tIt 'X"' $ %..v'J "'" bowling. league now
centage .Holds Cincinnati Red career records in <' '
stretch of the 65-66 season. Here are the standings in
runs, homers, total bases, extra base hits M"' batting "
'' N.N.'a I
'I Gr.rAe..dfhewploc. this torrid race:
average has been hit by pitches 188 times in his major ><\ ."
league career including 18 times last year -vnen he led NOW! Here are the standings in this torrid race:
the league for the sixth time .Was hit 20 times in LOST
his rookie season .Led senior circuit international -
walks four times (61 thru 64). Hogan & Fonda No. 1 48 27
Though he won the N.L.'s M.V.P. trophy in 1961. Packer Pontiac 47 28
He set most of his personal highs in 1962: Average New Frontier 44 31
(.342)) runs (134) hits (208), total bases (380)), doubles Sweet Builders 42 33
(51) home runs (39) and R.B.I. (136). NOWGA The Olympics 4114! 33'/j

One of 11 children, moved from Beaumont to Oak- The Summersetts 41 34
land at age of four, was basketball teammate of Bill Metropolitan Cleaners 41 34
Russell at McClymonds High (Oakland) which also Cloverleaf Sports Shop 37 38
produced Vada Pinson, Willie Tasby and Charlie The Cobras 36'/ 38%
Beamon .Married Barbara Ann Cole, Oct. 28, 1961, OPEN Hagan & Fonda No. 2 33% 41%
has two children; Frank 3, and Nichelle 1. Bowe's Barbershop 30 45
6: 30 P.M. Alexander 28 47LEO'S
WORLD 28 47
Team No. 14 27% 47%
Friday nite 8 p.m. LA. Dodgers, March 18th; Sat. EVERY DAY
nite Outstanding bowlers for single game: James Goins
8 Atlanta
Braves, March 19th; Sun, 2 p.m. Chicago
White Socks, Mar. 20th; Mon., 1:30: p.m. Detroit Tiger 288, Sam Benjamin 282, Johnnie Robinson 277. High
Mar. 21st; Tues. 1:30 p.m. N.Y. Mets, Mar. 22nd.; three game sets: Elmo Williams 722, Charles Gowan
Wed. 1:30 p.m. Kansas City A's Mar. 23rd. 680, W. G. Jones 679.
Don't forget. Senior citizens are admitted to all Five top averagers: Tommy Jackson 191, James
games for only 50 cents. Thomas 184, W. E. Robinson 182, Dennis Peak 181,
Freddie Mason 181.LIBCITY.

Bulleree and Big Forge are due to see action at :
Flagers this week and they,plus an assortment of stars
moving over from Miami Beach, are expected to play NOW PLAYING
top roles in the $20,000 Kennel Medley ChampionshipStake DRIVE-IN THEATRE
starting Saturday.
Both Bulleree, winner of Biscavne's $31.400 All- r I The MOTION PICTURE WITISOMETNNG

Florida Championship, and John Still's record-smashing ft TO OFFEND EVERYONE !!
Biscayne Derby winner, Big Forge, orsinally ;'er P. r
slated for berths in the Flagler Inaurgural but failedto 4e M-G-M and FIIMWAYS pruent MARTIN RANSOHOFF'S PRODUCTION
get ready in time due to training delays.
Big Forge has been named to run the 5/16ths leg The Loved ne
of the medley series lor the George Fulton Kennel with
Jeanerett, a likely looking daughter of the famed Rio 44', t.mnwak
Grand Rose, handling the 3/8th assignment, and No- ROBERT MORSE JONATHAN WINTERS
I Pal Star, winner of the recent Rickard Memorial at r r ANJANETTE COMER
Miami Beach, going the 7/16ths routes.
This of : : oHOD STEIGER as"Mr.Joy101"
trio figures to give Fulton one .
II err entries in the $20,000 month-long stake,
have 16 kennels competing in three thestrmg-I
rounds to determine the eight who will N, PLUS

the sudden death finals on April 9th. ... ..
Defending medley champion is Lester Cole, who MGM -j .. "
I will have a strong team going for him again this time ..
in Steel's Manor, the Flagler Inaugural winner, either SHOW 4r
I Wild Jean or In Memory in the 3/8ths competition"i /
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Star the Rickard .
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;i" 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March\ 18, 1966ARRESTED


I Sheriff's Department 44,of 1812 NW 68th St.;James
, decided last Saturday to show Hicks, 47, of 6251 Nw 17th Porter Who Shot Up Bell Plaza Believed Medial CaseAlex I
! l'' an effort that they .e trying Ave.; Ocie Jordan, 45, of
t to stem the tide of Dade< 1255'NW 58th St.; Alex Smith,I -
' County's million dollar numbers 48, of 1675 NW 74th St., John Jenkins Jr., 32, ac' today, he asked about $40 he when I first told him five or I BEAUTIFUL-
racket and as a result Bogans, 59, of 32Vi NW 62ndSt. cused of killing one man and had in his pocket when he was six times to drop his guns. CBS DUPLEX
1' 25 persons were arrested. .;Henry Pinkney, 59of 2090 shooting five others at the arrested. That's the first time He kept coming closer to me. j
t In raiding 27 different locations and Belle Plaza Apartments Feb. $15,000-$450 Down]
AH Baba Ave.; James he's spoken to me. He never spoke to me.We were,I J0.ly
the deputies even' Farrington, 43, of 2470 NW 10, is mentally incapable,1 The day before the shoot about 10 feet apart when I
knocked off an integrates unable to speak coherently,, and'I II I This Is a nice neighborhoods. -
the rise
55th Ter. ing Jenkins was fire4 for pul- saw guns start to
house of prostitution at 2315! Others held on lottery and his attorney said Thursday.As ling a knife on Anthony shot him twice." i I [ Close to schools,]
f NW 66th Street. gambling charges were: witnesses told of his Gwensuda, Belle Apartments I shopping and bus**. Two
'. Most of the places raided John Simon, 50, 2232 NW shooting at the apartment, the chef. while the chef was running ANNOUNCEMENTJoint |bedrooms ouch opt., the <
were neighborhood groceries, 171st Ter.; Willie Anderson, ex-porter sat on a bench and from him in the dining 'I roof, cornor lot. Drive by
shine stared wide-eyed around the Piano Recital given then call Mr. Forss to see
barber shops, shoe 59, no address; Joseph Bethel shot him
room, fatallyin
i I Justice of the Peace court- by Nena Sapp, Carrie Lohr and' waning and Sunday MU
parlors, dry poo 39, no address; John Davis the neck, witnesses said.
rooms and pawn shops-al 56, 2260 NW 152nd Ter.; room.Carrying Lorenzo, a kitchen John McMirm Jr. students of< k 8-3852.
three pistolsand Ramon Bess Boyer, Sun. evening at 1071 NW :34 STREETR.A.
having past records of num- George Spam, 64, of 1551 helper said, "The chef slumped (I
bers activity. NW 154th st. Jeff Mason, 39, two knives, Jenkins was over with a lot of blood 6:30 March 20th at Victor's I Mueller, RealtorPL
Fifty-four deputies work- of 11617 SW 224th st.; Eddie stopped when two bullets froma coming from his mouth. He Recital Hall, 54th St. & NW 1-2401 _
ing two men out of a car,, Allen, 43, 536 NW 6th Ter., police gun struck him in the had a bottle in his hand, but 3rd Ave. Admission free. '
walked into each of the 27 Homestead; Frank James Jr., chest. didn't get a chance to use it." .
places at 9:30 a.m. said Sgt. of 10220 SW 173rd St.; Terry Peace Justice Jason Berk-' Lorenzo was shot in the
Larry Vardell, public informa- Eugene Mayers, 25Vi of 1820; man bound Jenkins over fora .p" "
side moments later, he said. \ i I
tion officer for the sheriff's SW 100th Ave.; Robert Sippio, charge for first degree mur- Officer John Van Vranken said : ,'HOlfSlfOR $AtE'
department.Then 38, no address, and Givens der and seven counts of as- he arrived the
on scene as "
again at 11:30 a.m., Strothers, 52, of 15130 Polk sault with intent to commit Jenkins jumped over a retain- \ ,, ,' : -r;. ..V", I
;" CAN Yllf.At Ye
and murder. He also recommendedthat l
everyone Street. ing wall and circled the adjacent D.
they hit them again," he Jenkins be given a psy- Venetian Isle Motel. $100, W. NO G i.C: STS
chiatric examination.
said. "some of the placeswere The policeman and Jenkinssaw
legitimate businesses "lie is not aware of the '
each other at oppositeend
r violation of proceedings going on," Attorney \ '
and we found no
of the of
laws." b Thomas Duff told Berk- swimming area T
i' :
the motel. .
The entire operation, he man. "I have not been ableto
Van Vranken said, "He
under the co-ordi- communicate with him In-
t said was .
was about 75 to 100 feet away "
nation of Maj. Mans m Hill,, telligently. When I saw him
chief of detectives,with Capt .; 1410 HI 8' STREET'' ,
Paul l Morgan responsible for ... ; i
the central district, Capt., 1&20 HI 91 STREET I
Pat Gallagher the north dis- r .
trict, and Capt. Jack Sand- 4 wb WE WILL. : 1'J20 HI 88 STREET
strom the south district. ...
t Sgt. Vardell said vice 1801 HI I&AVENUE"j

squad detectives, "after making ((1)) Loon you money on your house or lot. "j
2000 HI 91 STREET
buys," arrested six per- ,
I ((2)) Build on your lot. No down payment. I
night on
Friday pros-
sons ..
: titution charges at 2315 NW ((3)) Fix your house. Free appraisals. ,,21&9 HI 90 STREET

f 66th St. >. 2401 HI 94 STREET
r Police accused Inez Wat- ((4)) Buy-Sell-or Trade your house.

ers, 43, of operating a house.bond. Bob Thompson, former (5)) Sell you good paying income proper ties. :/:' 'f 1450 HI 90 STREET
She posted a $1,500
Also arrested there were Eu- Miami completing Times his staffer senior and now skitat ((6)) Get you money to buy a house. '

nady gene,Waters 26, Thirlow, 32, Charles Wera Lao-Ca- Northwestern, is seriously ((7)) Show you nursery and church sites. GET THE BEST CALL

rence, 36, Carolyn Jean Allen involved in photography at ((8)) Arrange all financing.

t 22, and Lillie Johnson, Glamour Studios. Bob rated ,', -- .._.. _.. AETHA REALTY(BROKER)
22. Lawrence was also char- No. 1 from the list of many ,
with concealing a pistol. applicants that were screenedfor
I ), Charged with gambling or this promising future in NC. Irobr 811'N'.W '54'' 'ST.7575724OpenSatyrday
possession of lottery tickets photography. As shop mgr., .. ,
were: young Mr. Thompson specia- 3639 N.W., 15th Avenue 635-4595 ;4 I Ii" & Sundaj, '

Y, r Lewis Clay Askow, 46, of! lizes in babies and studio .:... j
'r.' 2160 NW 63rd St.; Thomas portraiture. Glamour photo. I
Bishop Robinson, 28, of 3312:
NW 68th St.; Charles Ed
Thurston, 5749 NW 22nd Ave.;
Richard Gore, 44,913 NW 44th
St.: Willie Ashford, 25; Doro-
thy Mae Perkins, 40,of 4500-
NW 31st St., and Walter! Howard
Perkins, 52, of 4500 NW
31st St.Also.
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