The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. 43, No. -30 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1966 20 PAGES 1S'Ii


Florida A & M Universityhas must be made by the Legislature lature in 1965 at Florida State dations ready for the 1967 ses-

been ordered by the State which meets a year University less than 10 blocks sion. 'It, is possible that the

Board of Regents in Talla- from now, the order is appa- from Florida A&M. It is integrated funds would be cut off at the

hassee to discontinue enrolling rently the first move toward but very few Negroes end of the 1966-67 biennium,

students in its law phasing out the law school. attend. closing down the school Im-

school effective this fall, The board must make a final Budget making time is in mediately, providing funds for

Chancellor Broward Culpepper decision by September.A September and some decision one additional year to enable
said Tuesday. new school of law was must be reached to enable the the present freshman classto

Although the final decision established by the Legis- regents to get their recommen- graduate, or continuing the
law school.

I Poverty Program to furnish Free' prefers President phasing George out the Gore law

school gradually, .instead of

44 calling a sudden halt to its

IuIILltitM activities, Cul pepper said.!

Legal Service To PoorA recommend The regents appropriation will most likely of

enough money to graduate the
$ federal grant to said.The income strata of their rights present students.

provide legal services for the Legal Services Pro- and to point out pitfalls they Culpepper said that the six

? poor was announced Friday by gram, however, will not dupli- should aroid," Atkins said. faculty members, who will remain -

Dade County Bar Association. cate the public defender's The DCBA president said at least until the first

!, : I Ed Atkins, president of functions, but wil 1 be supple- the two organizations have year of the coming biennium,
FI \' t the Dade Bar and Alvin Cas- mental mostly I in the civil been negotiating for the Legal might want to transfer to other

'. sell, president of the Economic fiell ( not in criminal cases. Services Program since last law schools or remain at A&Mto

Opportunity Program, Inc., "The service will be for fall It should be in operationin teach business law or other

said the federal government counseling people .of lower 45 to 90 days, he said. ourses.
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had approved $221,570 to establish -

The the federal service.governmentwill NAACP Field S.c'yAp'oirt.d \.

pay $199,146 of the total

and the Dade County Bar As-

sociation will contribute $22-' to Poverty ProgroM

1424 in legal service.

I} q Atkins said "The program The appointment of RobertW. National Association for the

is designed to provide legal Saunders to the position of Advancement of Colored 1t

L services in many different Civil Rights Director for the People since 1952. 'Prior to .

.spheres to many! Dade County Southeast Regional Office, his appointment with OEO, he
Marve Hagan is a Northwestern Senior High senior residents who can't afford to Office of Economic Oppor- served as field secretary and

who plans to enter Miami-Dade Junior College after pay on their own." tunity, was announced to day field director for the NAACPin

I graduation. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thomas of Qualifications for the ser- by Frank K. Sloan, director of Tampa.
the vice will be the same as is the Atlanta Regional Office The appointee received an
560 NW 52nd St., pretty coed wants to be a medical Lw.
technician. Glamour presently bed by the Dade Mr. Saunders has workedas associated arts degree from
County Legal Aid Society, he a national officer with 'the Bethune-Cookman College and


I Headstart Program Causes Double Sessions the a bachelor Detroit of Institute arts degree of Tech-from I

nology.He .
The old saying, ,"live and Central District, and five in ning on Monday the Head
is War II
a veteran -
let live," may well be changedto South Central lack classroomsfor Start children are being taken
served in Air
"learn and let learn" in the five-year-olds, mak> by bus from Bunche Park to having Army
YMCA Corps at the Tuskegee Air-
fired the Head Start program in ing it necessary for their older Nathan Young Elementary' field. Upon completion of his
Dade County. About 1,700 brothers and sisters to attend School, some mile and a half
military training, he attencedthe
first and second graders have double sessions. .
Board Knows NothingThe been made to attend double School officials are cuttinga away.A similar problem at Phyllis School.University' of Detroit Law

sessions to make room for pre- half hour or less from the Wheatley has been solved
In 1954 he was appointed
schoolers for the federal financed normal academic time of the through use of a nearby syna-
director of social action for
Carver Branch of the ,, ,,' ; t" '"'\, plan. older children. gogue, said South Central the AME Church in Florida.
YMCA, Oscar W, Weaver, Jr. rj According to District Superintendent District Superintendent Wesley His duti es included conduct-
This is the second week
chairman, has expressed deep Daniel F. West- Matthews.In .
ing the civil rights
since the classes startedand program
concern over the dismissal of fall, the Northwest Districthas both Southern Centraland
.... classesat for all of the AME churchesin
there 91 special
Sanford J. Ramsey, executive are no crowding. programs at North central there are Florida and Nassau. '
secretary of the Carver Branch, 19 county schools. present. 43 Head start classes, and
Mr. Saunders is native of
in a letter to Walter H.Bccham,, This is the second week Westfall said that a second five in the Northwest. The a
since the classes started and Tampa. lie is married and the
Jr. president of MetropolitanBoard grade had been placed on other three have none.
Three schools in North father of an 11-year-old son.
of Directors of the double sessions, but begin-

Young Men's Christian Association

of Miami.

Ramsey was handed a letter HUBCAP

on March 14 from YMCA ,

General Secretary, George

Abbot telling him he was f r rr THIEf/ Im
fired effective the next day.

The Carver Branch chairmannor

any of its board had been
consulted as to the action. KILLEDA

The personable and affable

Ramsey is a career YMCA (q r
16-year-old auto thief
executive and came here, with ,
27 years experience, from SANF RDJRAM EY I mugger and vandal was shot Y n

Baton Rouge, La., where he dead Tuesday in the early t jn r+ M
of the Carver Board of Mana- ;
had received many outstandIng morning as he stole Cadillac
awards for his accomplishments gement. j hubcaps.
Branch members
The point.
executive Police said Emanuel Wil-
as an secre-
ed out the favorable condi-
tary. He moved his family to tions that Ramsey inherited j liams was shot by someoneat
Miami with the expectation of 3:30 a.m. outside an apartment
when he came to the positionof
retiring in this city ten years executive secretary, and I house at 531 NW 6th St.
said heard
Witnesses they
hence. what he had accomplished in a
The letter stated that the 1 the clatter of two spinner
the image of the
year restoring Ifk
,type hubcaps as they fell.
dismissal "came as a sur- H
Association the
in community,
prise and disappointment to They were found beside his A 4
and with his dismissal how
the majority of the members t body.
the Christian influence of the
Williams, who lived at 6915
YMCA I is at stake in our com-
I NW 6th Ct. had a juvenile
court record dating back from
The Branch also -
WE APOLOGIZEIt expressed I 1963, and was arrested twice
disagreement with the
I last year, police said.
before General Secretary on the effectiveness -
has happened The owner of the 1954

and we mutt apologise, but of Ramsey at (Cadillac, Hayward Bass, 28,
Carver and recommends his The Wedding That Never Cam Off .
hope It will not (happen again. .said he was sleeping when
It's a matter of being pleated continuance as Branch se- J ie heard the shot outside his
't and sorry at the same time. ,cretary. {apartment. Everett Echols, 19-year-old Tragedy struck near Lake Connie Nixon of Jackson-

For the past two weeks Among other things, the lie said he lent the car to FAMU mathematics major City when the late model ville, who was to be maid of ..'

the demand for the Miami letter recommended that the friend in the same apartment from Blountstown, was on hi s rented auto crashed through a honor in the wedding, was
Times has exceeded the Branch Board of Management Willie .Cross, 24. Cross way to Jacksonville March 11 barrier at the Interstate 10 pulled from the burning wreck-

supply. We promise we'll re- should be informed of any ir- 'said he had parked and was to marry Miss Ethel Turner, a and 75 interchange. The auto age by a motorist from an auto-

medy this situation. regularities which may lead I also in his when he FAMU biology major from burst into flames burning to bile that was following the
to controversy. or 'heard the shot. Jacksonville. death Echols and four other crashed vehicle. .
a secretary. FAMU youths.Univ. .


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The Alphas of Beta Beta Lambda Chapter recently held an evening of were presented to all the ladies as tokens of the memorable night. The even-

I entertainment for the wives and sweethearts. This occasion was held at the ing was filled with music and the dancing continued until the wee hours.

home of Brother Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston, 1101 NW 60th .Souvenirs gala time was had by all present.


"We wanted to see wherewe Next major step in Dade's years are Mays High and "Careful plans have been
In integration procedure is the Booker T. Washington. All made to insure that no pupils,
15,306 are-how far have ,
Negroes we come phasing out of fair high will become junior high schoolsto regardless of race, will have
I to evaluate our strengths and the quality of their education
schools-a plan which drew serve their area populations.Dr. .
weaknesses," Dr. Porter ex- impaired as a result of the
Hall that
Mixed commendation at the institute. pointed out
Here plained. Scheduled to be phased out in these schools are too smallto phasing out process-and by

The report came hard on September (of 1966) are George offer an adequate bredth 0 f the same token that no student

A report released by Dr. having only Negro pupils. the heels of new "get tough" Washington Carver and North educational opportunity to will be called upon to

Joe Hall superintendent of Eleven Negro instructional guidelines aimed at speeding Dade High Schools. Scheduledto senior high pupils. meet challenges he cannot
schools following a new survey personnel are in schools racial integration which were oe phased out the following Dr. Hall pointed out that measure up to,'t he said.
of integration in Dade having only white pupils. made public by the Department
County schools reveals that of Health, Education and Wel-

92 of the system's 208 schoolsare SERVICE PERSONNEL: :fare. '

now integrated.It (Secretarial and clerical, cus- Declared Dr. Hall in re- FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL

also shows todaians and maids, and school leasing the local report: "We
: lunch workers) 'have made significant pro-
PERCENTAGES: Sixty per The report notes consi-gress in Dade and were
cent, or 12 of 20 senior high f'tAl ,
derable 46
schools integration of service I pleased receive the LeonardL. n. r BONDED !
are integrated. personnel has been achievedin Abess Hunan Relations 1
Sixty-seven per cent, or 24
Dade's schools
208 Award
ranging recenlty for our efforts -
of 36 junior high schools
are from 2.4. per cent in secretarial to insure quality edu- L
staff to 77.8 per cent cation for all children.
Thirty-seven per cent, or in custodial. RENTAL
56 of 152 elementary schoolsare "At the same time we are
integrated. cognizant of the problemsand
ALL EMPLOYEES: which lie
ENROLLMENT: ahead and will meet them as
Integrated schools: 86.6 AGENCY INC.
Enrolled in integrated per cent white, 13.4 per cent rapidly as possible consis- -
schools are 82,727 white Negro. tent with sound planning." ,

pupils and 15,306 Negro Schools
pu- serving Negro pu-
(Earlier this month
pils. In schools not yet integrated pils 5.8 per cent white, 94.2 Stanley Kruger., area directorof W. THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
there are 72,398 per cent Negro.
the Office of
Equal Educational -
pupils.INST1WCTIONAL white .pupils and 30,927 Negro Schools serving white Opportunities warned HON. LL. BROOKSAGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING. IN
pupils: 94.4 per cent white. Florida officials at a Univer-

PERSON- 5.6 per cent Negro. sity of Miami institute on de PRESIDENT DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
The report which has bee segregation that more emphasis -
NEL: (Classroom teachers,
under for several months
way will ha to be
ve put on GEORGE
principals assistant P. HARTH, GENERAL
princi- MANAGER
was compiled by the school 1 performance than
pals and librarians) on paper
system's Department of Administrative plans.
Nearly 40 per cent of all
Research and MANAGING
instructional personnel Statistics in cooperation with At that time, he said Dade
(3,927 white and 356 Negro) Dr. Gilbert Porter a top Negro and Charlotte counties were 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
now are in integrated schools.A educator and special as the only two in Florida which

total of 111 white instruc sistant to the school sys have met stipulations certifying Bonded also has employment
service at main office
tional personnel are schools
s tem's deputy superintendent.Troop no discrimination.)
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

| Boy Scout Training Session Planned April 2 A Plus full time a fleet public of cars relations giving department door to door to service assist you for in tenants solving convenience your problems

District 10, South Florida Finance AstricV Willie Nelson. On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

Council Boy Scouts of America Mack; Boy Behavior James This should prove to be
will conduct a completed Gay; Den Mother Courses one of the best training ex- MAIN OFFICE

training session for all cub- Samuel Culmer Mrs. Mattie periences attempted in several 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
den Blake Mrs. Mamie B. War-
masters mothers scoutmasters years. Every scout pL 9-8733
and their assistants ren; Pack Administration should have a trained leader.Jack's Vandalism. done by a f.w ,I.
expensive| to all. Please, help this,onn.eflOry.vll
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, ? fop
April 2 at Earlington Heights C.A. Lockhorr, Public Relations Director

Elementary School, 4750 NW

Scouter Robert Young, MEN'S WEARSEE

district leadership training 17325 Homestead A'..
chairman states the following "MR. JACK"FOR Perrine 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-8416

scouters will serve as 1019 Hommandvill. CE 5.3553 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 64467

course leaders. STYLES FOR ALL AGES Pompano "I'r 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381

The Boy Scout Program-Le- Th Very Latest in Men's F* aioa. 1 14255 N.W. 22nd Av. 3.3235 4240 N.W. 27tb Ave, NE 5 5-,346

roy A. Smith; the Patrol Method MU 8.0617 '
Richmond Blackshear;
program Planning Clinton 944 NW 2nd Ave.. Miami, Florida .512 N.W,1st Av., Hallandale, WA7-2434. .

Stinson; Advancement and 1019 H.W. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, JA -3357 ,5. .

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_, THE.. MIAMI TIMES. Friday. March25.Humphrey 1966

I I Kafzenbach lead Russwurm.. Award Winners '1

At the close of its 28th
Asa T. Spaulding, 'president -
annual observance of NationalNegro North Carolina Mutual
Week, March .At
Newspaper Life Insurance Co., ,Durham
13-19, the National News- gets the NNPA citation for

paper Association announcedthat = kv his role of leadership in thonation.s
Vice President Hubert largest Negro-men-

Humphrey, Mrs. Lyndon B. aged and controlled business.The .
Johnson and Attorney General North Carolina Mutuel
Nicholas DsB. Katzenbackhead recently opened its new $6
the .list of ten interna- million headquarters buildingin
tionally known personalitiesnamed downtown Durham. Another

1966 recipients. of The business honoree is Dr. Andrew -
Russwrum Award. Brimmer, former assistant
(Given annually ny NNPA, secretary, U. S. Depart-
the awards honor the memoryof mnet of Commerce, who was
John B. Russwurm, founderof recently named to the Boardof
Freedom's Journal >first 4 aYp ,
Governors of the Federal
Negro newspaper in the Unit Reserve System. I 'M I L W
I ed States, which appeared on
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March 16, 1827 in New York -w
City. Frank L. Stanley, NNPA Mr. Katzenbach was honored -
president and publisher of the for his leadership in the a
, Louisville (Ky.) Defender U. S. Department of Justice in .... .
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s announced that the honoreeswere its drive to implement the
,) selected by the associa- Civil Rights Laws of the A. Clayton Powell is salutedfor =t
tion's board of directors in United States. Pope Paul VI his leadership of the House v y.R! +' u'I

recognition of their "outstanding is ,listed for his efforts to Labor and Education Committee ,4 t

1 achievements in the ad- advance world brotherhood. while San Francisco Gi- it wL vin 1 4+
vancement of democratic prin- ants' Willie Mays Receives I
11 ciples." award for his outstanding. r d' I

.. r sports participation. ..

NEW YORK Students from Howard University,

,.9 N aft 1, Washington, D. C.; Florida A&M University, ,Tallahassee -
,?, I ,. M 11 Fla.;,And Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala.,

participated in the 4th Annual Inter-University Eco-

nomics-Business Conference here today. As part of
the program the students attend an industrial career

n. F mus.'tm B conference sponsored by the General Electric Company.

John H. Johnson, head of Shown (left to right) are: (front) John E. Collins, 619
Johnson Publishing Co. and NW 9th St.,' a student at Florida A&M; Valria J. Small,

publisher of Ebony, major 4215 NW 11th PI.,a student at Howard;Marion Rogers
magazine appearing to Negro
570 NW 15th St., Florida City a student at Tuskegeerear -
readership, and Governor
I Edward T. Breathitt Ken- ( ) Robert R. Schuldt Manpower Development Con-
tucky, who led his Common- sultant, General Electric c.;' and John Carter, Pro-

wealth on the passage of the duct Demonstrator, General Electric Co.
strongest civil rights legisla-
tion ever passel-< by a state,

Weaver Joins 1 KII- -. concluded the honor list. The
ten leaders will be honored AUTO INSURANCECheck
" at the NNPA's an-
Barbara Ann Hankerscn, a formally nu new, lower rate and easy financing
e Nines StaffOscar nual convention June 2123,
sociology major at .
Vice President Humphreywas in Philadelphia. IMMEDIATE SRt22 FILING
TIe cited for his efforts to Florida A&M University has Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift r
been selected to in the
W. Weaver Jr. has appear
y assure equal opportunity of all 1965-66 edition D. Goodman and Son Inc.
of "Who's
been and
. named Advertising ,
citizens in his role of leader-
Who Among Students in American Join theNAACP "Insurance Real
I.t 0 ship in President Johnson's Circulation Manager of The Estate Mortgage" ,?
various equal opportunity Miami Times. Colleges and Universities. Business member All People Democratic Club
It Weaver, a local: businessman Treasurer of the tyomen's Congress 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-038O
Mrs. Johnson's acknowledgement .r
grams. Miss Hankerson is a
in has lived in Miami for the
comes sup- member of the Delta Sigma
He formerly
past ten
port of her personal interestin Theta Sorority,Baptist Student
and lived in Washington D. C.
the underpriviledged Union, student Government
where he was a government
her program to promote the ,
Association, and Sociology
beautification of the nation. employee. Club. She is the daughter of
lie is a graduate of Tuske-
.gee Institute and lives with Mrs. B. L. Hankerson, 1439 LINCOLN
Lincoln Blvd. '- FAMU staff
his wife Dorothy, a public
Register Now! health. nurse at 5828 NW 19th photo by Ernest Fillyau.

Ave.Weaver is popular and well- NATIONAL BANK

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Books Close chairman of Carver YMCA. He
is a member of Frontiers International REPAIR .SPECIAL
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 25, 1966H.
episode in the
"integration: Military Style,
Twentieth Century, will be broadcast over the CBS IJ

Television Network Sunday, April 3, 6-6:30 p.m. by Whitney M. Young Jr.EsecuUveDirectorNatfonal.
Armed Forces
The television program will feature
E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher integration with emphasis on the present action in Urban League *
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Viet Nam, supported by historical events of current --- k

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association will include a strong message on the importanceand In recent weeks I have been dismayed to find that
SUBSCRIPTION RATES impact of the military service of the Negro Vice President Hubert Humphrey come under violent at.

ONE YEAR $5.00SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 zen. tack from those for whom he has been a leading spokesman ,
Churches, schools and other public places should for the past twenty years. No one in the nation hasa
Entered 01' Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post post the announcement of this telecast on their bulletin more consistent record of support for liberal policiesand
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 board and use other means to advertise it. It will programs than Vice President Humphrey, yet his I'

Office ot 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 be telecast Channel 4 in Miami. critics are all too willing to forget his publicly pillory ;
the man because his position as a leading figure in the I
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" LAST CALL FOR MEDICARELess Administration requires him to take a stand on Vietnam
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead with which they disagree.
the world from racial and national when It
antagonism accords -
to every man regardless. of race, creed or color his than a week remains for persons over 65 to Conversely, the new darling of the liberals is Sena-
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the decide whether they want to sign up for supplemental tor William Fullbright of Arkansas, whose opposition to,
Negro Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that benefits under Medicare. The deadline is March 31. the war in Vietnam has made them forget that he has
all men are hurt ot long as anyone Is held back de- voted and acted with the bloc of
Those who fail to act by that date face a two-year consistently southern
lay before they can sign up. senators who have consistently over the years obstructed -
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY If you are in this age bracket, we urge you get the measures aimed at extending the civil rights of Ne-

April 3, Palm Sunday, will be the 150th anniver- facts and make your decision this month. Application groes. The Senator has not matched his courage in
sary of the American Bible Society, founded in May blanks may be obtained at main postoffices and from speaking out against Vietnam with speaking out against
1816. The Society is a non-profit, educational, reli- the Social Security Administration.This his own Governor Faubus and racial conditions in the
gious and charitable organization. Its chief purpose is $3-a-month plan for paying doctor bills and South.All
to translate, publish and distribute the Bible without health costs isn't automatic. If you want it, you must citizens have their own opinions on the policieswe
comment. Since its founding, the Society has distri- sign up by March 31. are following in Vietnam and I don't intend to dis

buted 750 million Bibles, Testaments, scripture por- ,....'.',....'.*.......**....,.....'*'....,.+...... cuss this very complex subject here. What concerns me
tions and selections. ;/' ':.:/J.I t:'; j. : ':':" "-. '* "* & **"> P""**., **" .* ,is the way liberal intellectuals tend to fluctuate in
Some part of the Bible has been published in 1250 11"\J' Join' the\ NACPFit ;: f' y their feelings about public figures and issues, and the
dialects and languages.The ,. ... .." effect this has on civil rights movement. One of the com
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Society's Bible House is a modem 12-story .6. " #" plaints liberal intellectuals have made is that, although
building at the comer of 61st and Broadway,New York. they have participated in the civil rights movement with
vigor, Negro leaders tend to mistrust them and fail to
BIG INCREASE I make full use of their abilities. Why? Perhaps the an-
.. -t.,. C.'I.tiol swer lies in the current Vietnam debate. Liberals have
Sheriff T. A. Buchanan has asked for an increasein almost abandoned the civil rights movement to do battle
his 1966-67 budget of $1395,728. If granted, the with the Administration's Vietnam policy. This fickle. (,
total for this department would be $10,568,108.The ON TO SARASOTA ness, this seeming lack of commitment is what limits
Sheriff sees the need for 143 additional employees their value to the movement.
a third or more of them would be assignedto WITH: THE FLORIDA, ELKS I The civil rights demonstrations, as we know them,
the fire department.Plans LEAVING MIAMI: have diminished. Many of the necessary laws have been

include a new helicopter, $48,825; a new APRIL 16 (Saturday Midnight) passed, others are pending, many strongholds of segre
police dog unit of four dogs and four handlers costing gation have been breached, others are crumbling. The
$40,935.He. SARASOTA time has come for that most crucial and hardest effort
wants 51 more firemen and two more captainsat APRIL 17 (Sunday Midnight) of all-to go into the neighborhoods with their problems.

a cost of $255,816, and replacement of four fire VIA BIG MODERN AIR CONDITIONED This will take energy and determination which cannot
engines, mount pumps and tank trucks $152,000. be diverted at will to any other issue which happens to
Another item calls for 10 more men in the Dectc- TRAILWAY BUS come on the scene. It is of no use to the future of the
tive Bureau because of Supreme Court decisions requiring movement and of the nation, at this crucial moment,
more surveilance work and more time searching / '. oil. yesterdays demonstrations and pickets sway their civil
for evidence. APPROVED! rights signs and anti-war banners and turn their backson 1
ZEKE BRADY DISTRICT DEPUTY the immense job that remains to be done here at

House Education and Labor Committee on MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW BY CALLINGNORTH'S There are always issues around for people who get
Monday by a voice vote approved legislation for increasing TRAVEL BUREAU FR 9-8451 their kicks out of demonstrating. But for people who are
the national minimum wage from $1.25 to genuinely interested in one society in which they live,
(Seats limited, first first
$1.60 per hour. The increase would begin at $1.40 on come, reserved) for those who are as interested in Selma as they are in
February 1, 1968. .. Saigon, the civil rights movement has entered a phase
Farm laborers would stop at $1.30 on February in which the need for willing hands and willing hearts
1, 1969, while others would go to $1.60 in 15 cents has never been greater. I
yearly steps until February 1, 1971. Workers coveredby These dissent liberals are greatly in need of po r
the standard work week would start at 44 hours on CallCHARLES litical maturity-in the realization that politics and so
February 1, 1967, to 42 hours a year later and to cial change is never an all-or-nothing affair. Progress
40 hours on February 1, 1969. does not come from sulking over a single issue to the
Time-and-a-half pay for work beyond 40 hours a ROGERSAT exclusion of other major points. Statesmen cannot be
week would not apply to restaurants, hotels, farms boosted one day and then dropped the next New heroes
and taxi drivers. can't erase their records. Those who criticize Presi
PL 1-7502 dent Johnson over Vietnam must realize that his domes-

tic program-medicare, urban aid, anti-poverty programs,
REAPPORTIONMENT For A Good aid to education and countless other far-seeing mea-
Last Friday in Miami Judges Warren L. Jones and Buy on sures mark the beginning of a new era in Amen an life.
William A. McRay of Jacksonville with David W. Dyerof Yet many liberals ignore this impressive record of ac
Miami formed a panel that decided the legislature'snew A Piano complishing what they have been fighting for for years
48 senator-117 representative plan should be ap- Organ, and work themselves into a lather over Vietnam. Constructive
proved. Under the plan, 48.48 per cent of the voters criticism is always welcome but the tendency
could elect a majority of the Senate and 47.79 per cent Scott Stereo seems to be to ignore the whole program instead of rea
could elect a majority of the House. sonably dissenting from part of it.
Taken individually, the judges order said "These Just because he is a spokesman for the Administration -
statistics mean little, but collectively they tend to in- Orchestra Instruments of Vietnam does not mean that Hubert Humphreyis
dicate that the Legislature's proposed plan is con- not entitled to the same admiration liberals had for
stitutionally valid." > > him when a young Mayor of Minneapolis, he led the
Atty. General Earl Faircloth seems satisfied with ;- fight against the Dixiecrats at the 1948 Democratic
the federal court panel acceptance of the apportionment :,..,' < Convention, or through the years when he fought for
plan. civil rights and progressive social legislation. Just Be-
Of course there is opposition and possible appeal. ,'....;.fiVICTOR cause they agree with him on Vietnam is no reason for
Apportionment in Florida has been and still is a big :"'... ,.'.'., liberals to forget and forgive Sen. Fullbright's poor rec-
issue. ord on civil rights.Consistency .
is a virtue many of these liberals are
THE ELECTIONThe in need of cultivating, for the current impression they
leave is that of flitting from issue without the commit-
coming election should be historic. -As mat- ment to the hard work and single-mindedness necessaryto
ters stand there are more than 500 candidates seeking complete the civil rights revolution.
seats in the Legislature. This'of course as a result of -
the latest apportionment decision by the Florida le-
gislature giving us 117 representatives and 48 sena- 1rrJT1 ;L -
There are over 140 candidates from Dade County. _
Governor Haydon Burns is among those approvingthe STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER\:

apportionment made by the Legislature, but Metro
Commission and a state appellate court judge are VET TV
against the new districting plan and seek appeal.In .
the past Dade County has been unfairly dealth PIANOS & ORGANS
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St. .
those who believe she will have more than she is 3rd AYe. PH.Pla.IUS
entitled to. We must now wait for the results of the

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THE MI AMI TIMES Friday March 25, 1966 5
+ IOTA PHI LAMBDA Pepper and Rev. Graham 1


1 h pr \ ti' Head Range Testimonial .I


l W Congressman Claude Pep- Nathaniel Colston, physi-
lr"i' Gamma Alpha Chapter, per and Rev. Edward T. cians and Henry Gilbert, in-
r", Former Miamian Donald Johnson is in the city ,Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Graham of Mt. -Zion Baptist( surance.
vacationing with family and friends. Inc. and their friends will Church have been named cochairmen The following were named
gather at the Bonded Rental of the M. Athalie district representatives for I

Mrs. William (Flossie) Gibson entertained Agency Community Room, Range community banquet on the community banquet with
I friends on Wednesday with luncheon and bridge. 4150 NW 7th Avenue on Sun- April I 23rd. responsibility for enlisting
day, March 27 from 4:30 until The dinner will be held at support in the Negro communi-
6:30 p.m. for a "Green Tea." the Deauville Hotel and all ties of Dade County: Neal
Airman First Class Earl Symonette, son of Mrs. Proceeds from the affair proceeds will be allocated to Adams, Brown Sub; William
Millis Symonette is happy to be at home with family will go toward the chapter's to Variety Children's I Hospital Miles, South Dade-Richmond
and friends after a year in Topeka, Kansas. scholarship fund. One of the to meet its annual opera- He ights; Rev. Temperanc e

di., iI most highly encouraged pur- ting deficit.At wright, Coconut Grove; Judge
. Get well wishes to Ruth Merritt confined to Jackson poses of the sorority is to a steering committee James Matthews, Opa-locka;
Memorial Hospital. promote interest in business meeting held earlier this Nathaniel Vaughns, downtown
" education among high school week the following assign- Central; Henry Arrington,

Spending last weekend in Miami for a change of African and college students. with ments were accepted by local Liberty City; Hazel Craw-
( and this purpose utmost In mind, civic leaders:Mrs. Benllowell, ford, Washington Park.
pace scenery was Earnel R. Hanna, Jr. of Nassau.
the aims of the sorority's P.T.A.; Rev. Edward T.
Student programs at the national re- Graham, churches; Mrs. Eli- OES SPRING TEA
CONGRATULATIONS: gional and local levels are zabeth E. Curtis, organiza- Layalty Chapter No. 136
planned to this end. tions; Morris Abrams, busi- Order Eastern Star cordially
To Anita who has been
Gray appointed in-
as an Needs
invites to its Spring Tea
and industry Garth you
, The public is invited to ness ;
r''j interviewer with the Dade County School Board.
Sunday, March 27, 3:30 p.m.,
attend this affair and help the Reeves, banks; Victor Bain,
sorority (in its scholarship funeral parlors; Robert L. She- 520 West 23rd St., Seminola
To the Colstons, whose brother has been appointed Help fund drive. vin, government; Emanuel Park, Hialeah, Rev. Lester
president of Bronx Community College. Fryar, Jr., schools; Dr. Albert, speaker. Mary Hop-
r kins, worthy matron.
A native of Nigeria who .
Robert Strapp II, entertained for teenagers with a arrived here as a'student of
) real swinger on his sixteenth birthday last Saturday. the Miami-Dade Junior Collegein ..t I r..........GIAMOURIZEWIGS..........

January of 1965 finds her- 4
t, Millie Washington's mother, Mrs. Minnie Washing self if financial difficultiesand

.tIt ton is down for a spring vacation enjoying our sun and unable to continue in
! surf. school. Rosie E. Of em came !
to the U. S. with the full

[',. The Fourth District Conference of Frontiers International assurance that her father
would take of the
care cost
will convene here next weekend at the $69
of her education.
McAllister Hotel. Lt. Leroy Smith of the Miami Police Some conditions developedin

Dept. 'will be honored at the banquet Saturday night. her country since her arrival '
: that have made it financially down
I Nurse Lucille Hicks is visiting her ill mother in impossible for her $10

if I:; Montgomery, Ala. father to fulfill his obligation
to her. She is deeply anxious
$5 week
,!'I:. Ann Style Grant of Nassau is visiting Mr. 'and about getting an education, per
I Mrs. Percy Styles. but has had to stay out of col-
i lege the past trimester be- 100'HUMAN HAIR -SUPPLY {

t, Happy birthday to Rosa. Lee Brady, Rev. Thed- cause of I lack of money Mrs. Almeta Marshall of the
She has appealed to several new Almeta's Beauty Box, located Free Shop At Home Service
ford Johnson, Gertrude Davis, Mable Thompson, Carla .
L, sources for help, but has at 6151 NW 15th Ave.
Brown, Emanual Fryar, Willie Kelly ID.r not been successful so far. (formerly Bell's Beauty Salon) CALLPRIMADONNA
k She is back in her rent and invites all well wishers to,4
Friends and relatives were on hand last Saturday faces the possibility of being come in and meet her charming I .
night when David Davis gave his wife, Eunice, a sur- deported unless she could get operators: Mrs. Lula smith, I
back in college by the next Mrs. Jessie McKeithen and ;
prise anniversary
I party. trimester. Miss Cynthia G. Glass. "We '
specialize in all beauty service I
The Africanis L.[ 945-4526
t to Armstead and familiesin young
Sympathy Cooper James ( too proud to beg and (is trying *. If you have beauty I .
in their loss of loved ones. problems, let us help solve j :
( to loan
a or a
arrange them. Phone 691-9873 I ..... _
scholarship. She (is studying
t Orchids to Stan McKenzie for the wonderful scoring dietetics.She .

record he made for the Violets (NYU) basketball team. is sincerely appealingfor

t Stan is a Miami Northwestern grad with an eye on the temporary help from any
, person or organization that !

pros. would her be kind most enough pressing to and relieve We're ready lo dotiness

Jacqueline Branch, science student at Mays High, immediate needs and give hera
for her study of sickel cell anemia. chance to further her educa-

I r Get well wishes to Mrs. Jane Brooks and Cliff tion.If "anyone has any ideas of when are

Baker at Christian Hospital. help they can write to Miss you :
Ofem at 7121 NW 21st Ave.


your work is worth it, but because you are. Whateveryou .
are doing, you are making manhood. Halfhearted monthly Union of the :
works makes only half a man. Slipshod methods mean Ushers' Federation Association S ROOSEVELT LOWER CLOSING COSTS

loose principles. The only way to keep character up will be held Sunday, April n'? V
to the standard is by continually living up to the high- 24 at 3 p.m. It will be held at : SAVINGS ASSOCIATION S
New Shiloh Baptist Church,
est standard in all that you do.
1395 NW 69th St. The mass I. .

Young People's WeeklyMY meeting will be held Thursday Tailored To Your NeedsMondayTuoadayWodn..dayThursday .
April 21 at 8 p.m. Please be

DAILY PRAYER present and on time. 'A very II .
unique program has been planned 9.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. .

Lord may I live to help the man, for your enjoyment. Friday .
That tries to keep me down. Please come! You are most 9 30 a m, to 8 00 p.m.
May I greet him with a smile cordially welcome. Deacon Saturday -
Who greets me with a frown, Edwin Ramsey, president; I 9 00 a m. to Noon

And may I be too big to see Willie\ J. Beard, reporter. : F 0 un.

The things that others do tome. ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $10,000 BY AN

And may I never hold a grudge, IB YEARS Of RESPONSIBLE .. HOME T h at .
Nor hunt scattered strife BUILDING SERVICE TO ...". '

May I never seek to judge THE COMMUNITY t
The faults of another's life, : Q You Love ? :
And always be too big to see ,.... BUYING or BUILDING ..

The things that others do to me. CALL STANLEYPL
: x Then don' t hesitate to see us about the .

I-=i04 .
Lord l, may I ever use good sense financing.
And always take this stani Beautiful Homti 4. s ; :
reasonable costs
Rates are closing are
is offenseAs Built on Your Lotor .
To me, nothing
Ouri low. Details are easy to understand. .
there's no perfect man, .
And may I never live to see Attractive and Addition Alterations Service Is prompt. .

The things that others do to me. .
.L.t Us Oemollth : There is no obligation in talking

By A' R. Schooler Your and Worn Build OutHouse a things over. Stop in. .

Lovely H.. Home .
The C. A. Gibbs Club of
Friends come out and sip Good Bank Financing
St. Paul AME Church cordially -
tea with us Sunday.We will pp
invites you to attend its & LOAN
listen to Mrs. 'Dana Dorsey
11th Annual STANLEY BUILDERS, : :
Spring Sip, Sunday Chapman as speaker of the ASSOCIATIONMiami's
March 27, 4 to 6 p.m. at Inc.Lic.ss.d .
occasion, Sunday, March 27,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- from 4 to 6 p.m. at Orchard III nr.d I 100% integrated savings institution .
ward Braynon, 1160 Northwest
School. A
Villa Elementary
55th Terrace. M. D. Bray- full program has been planned tae N. E. 79th Str..t :Edison Financial Center 6015 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida 7S4-454C.

I I non K ally, pres.pastor and; Rev.. T. C. for your pleasure. .A410,1! IJoldo .............................<





6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 25, 1966 A
,. .
11111 III 1111111 111111 IIIfTY COSMETOLOGI

People. MEETThe Ii!
Miami Co3>etalopt ri1pi
Places. Unit No. 7 met at the borne of ; .
Mrs Bertha Perry 1:5 NWlOih
St. with the president
Things. jresiint.: Minutes were read
and into discussion of uafifiaitbcd
'I"'aoa business concerning
lAwresce & Cooper
By the cocanf anniversary sop -
I read where the Florida KKK's had a meeting u tirities of Unit 7 to be held

ia Pod Chop Country In North Florida and drew anamaxxag April 1*._' .
total 100 Klansmen and spectators. '<
Boy what an opportunity for that detergent comp- held on $.Inda", Aril 24 at
any to have a field day with the spectators trying to St. Paul A.UE Church. Monday,
an Educational Clinic to be
Genre oat which sheets were the whitest! Those on the held at Smlijht Beauty School;
right left or that couple hiding behind the tree :saoockii4 i Monday night Hair Sole Show

and Dance. Tuesday, annual

I just loved that picture that accompanied: the storyof picnic at Virginia Beach. ,.... ..,....
the netting in a Malabar field on a Saturday night. *e wish to think all beauticians Dr. Henry King Standford, president of the Univeristy of Miami, extends gnep
There was a couple who brought their year-old baby .i clinic o attended held The at the- to officers Md members attending the 40th Annual Conference of the National

GIlt ia the night: draught, all regaled out in the Kin Klux Sunlifht Beauty School, Feb. Lags Association of College Deans and Registrars at the Dupont Plaza Hotel March M.
Ktawn uniform with that hat with the U. & ''attorney
fanny looking IS.A left to right, James W. Matthews, assistant general for tie
steeple-top suggesting the one who wears it has to wonderful repast was 16. theT District of Florida; Dr. T. E. McKinney, executive associate, EducatiI
have a pin-point head for it to fit right. The Baby was acute i served by Mrs. Dons Dorsett So York the Rev. Salvatore Profeta, St- Francis Xavier Church I
New ,
World ,
The and
and Mrs Bertha Perry.
111 rascal. Too bad it isn't given a chance tochoose Edwin M. Thorpe, director of admissions
its associates. nut lM'etincill be held at Ft. Myers, NACDR outgoing president ,
the home of Mrs. F. Robi nson,
In the field the hooded wonders were hamming it 5150 Mk 9th Are Marion Muow )- Florida A&M Uni\-ersity.

up .denouncing everything, especially Comoonisa in president; Ella.... Hall,
the United States the Jewish People, Negroes and the reporter. Colleae/ Deans Close Convention

fact that the KK Klowns are faltering in Florida w

There seemed to .some Joule talk when the t lis nation found it necessaryto ford, president of tne tower
fcraan A. Breaux, administrative
Negro question, naturally, arose. "The.Negro question dean at Lan ston University tax the people in order to city of Miami Judge Janei
W. Matthews
is now a minor one." said a speaker. "If we were worried > Okla., was elected provide free secondary educa attorney for the, assistant Southern C. $
about Negroes and not the Cocas unist threat we'dall president of the National Association tion.He trict of Florida Dr.
leviedin ; T. E E.
bora of College Deans said this tax was
go McKinney, executive
effort raise the percentage associ:
Before the bad taste of the Negro could get out of and Registrars at its convention an of students to in secondary ate, Education and Uorld At-

his oath, .the speaker with a worried aspect, said I The March former 14-1S.first vice president schools above the two- fairs New York outgoing

"A Negro would just as soon stab you in the back as of the 4- ear-old or sanitation per cent level. NACD president Edwin M
look at you. Their battle for integration wont end untilit will head the croup for "And at the same time the Thorpe of Tallahassee.
reaches the white Ban's bedroom.# 1 the next two years. idea seemed quite simple," Rounding out the list t of
For shame Kluxers, for shame! wonder what happened Other action at the Dupont he ..!d. speakers were Dr. Yinsley L
he continued Spragcins, Equal Opportuni
in those Plaza Hotel saw out going "I would argue,
tions on your Southern planta- Blanche Callcnray, nUN ;president Edwin M. Thorpe "that the same forces ties Program, U. S. Office of
? Public Relations executive j director of admissions j andrecords that produced the growth of Education; Dr. Benjamin L
whose Progress Report can be Florida AIM University secondary schools during the Mays, president of !Morehoust
heard tbre* times daily,is now j nude a member of the executive first third of this century, are College; Dr. Robert Allen, ',
.,-..,. ,.,," 1I"I.fl" '" .," .., I also associated with News committee along with combining to produce the same dean of Continuing Education .'
Realty! Inc. Thomas O. Jarrett, dean at situation in our colleges in University of Miami and Dr
jOin the NAACP VGss Clloy passed the Atlanta University. Dean H. the middle third. Truman G. Hunter, program:
iadley Hard shorn, of Texas "In the public interest, it administrator in education,
II ,. ." I r I r J ,," Florida State Realtors Ella Southern University, and is now clear there is the ne- IBM Corporation, New York.
n&tion in
:: February. She i
Ralph H. Lee, registrar at cessity to keep late adoles-"
studied and graduated from
Alabama A&M College.
cents in college or post-see-
the Cecelia Brooks Real Dr. Edward Sanders, director -
ondary schools rather than
NOTES FHH+ THE ,Estate School on Miami Beach of the Division of Student permit them on the streets and Register Now
:unjer the direction of Dr. I Finance Aid, Office of Education in the labor market," he warn-
HUE NOTE BAR 'Edwin Chayt. : Department of Health, ed. .
Education and Welfare, Washington Others heard dunig the 10- looks
i. delivered the keynoteaddress.
session conference attendedby
5211 UL fTTH AVENUE START WORK TODAY.! about 100 educators included Close Sat.
A Public service Over Sanders told the audiencethat "
Ti.. Fri I..st IW. TOTMIA 20 Years after &e first 100 years Dr. Henry King Stand- ,."

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i4. "Y'', Washington columnist,
Jack Wilson, humorously
'ot'r wrote "Robert Shelton, the .
I i Klan boss, says he will fight .
his contempt case clean up to
6. ,
the Supreme Court. He figures I
p i#> those justices must be sound I
A A citizens. They wear robes, I II
tt ;BY DAVE BDNDUI too." That's true, but Shelton
I better remember there is one
I big differences Supreme
l Word gets to my ears that there are some(or one) Court Justice doesn't let his
disc jockeys) that are putting pressure on record artists robe go to his head. I
I'll tell you how in a few' lines. First let
I back ##########
to the days of October, 1949, when I 'started out I u \ u
as an announcer-disc for v r'a
jockey radio station WERD; the One automobile safety J r"S j
lys:\ first station to be owned by a Negro, J. B. Blayton 'Sr. change studied by the U. S. I _
'' I, at that time had the pleasure of working with Jockey is the relocation of the gearshift t

I Jack Gibson. 'In those days, there was no "rock and lever from the right side I _. t w v yr..r+. i.
roll" '. '. just rhythm and blues. When a record man of can't the spear steering front-seat column so pas-it PERUVIANS WITH FAMU FLASH--One of the highlights of a visit of Peruvian

I would come to town to see a disc jockey and ask him to sengers in a crash. Shifting students to the Florida A&M University campus in Tallahassee, ,was a chance to
push a certain record, he might drop a $100 bill ,on the the shifter may help, but what meet Robert Hayes, famous sprinter who enjoys the reputation of "the world's
DJ to play that record. That was called "payola" are they planning to do about fastest human." The students who recently visited in Tallahassee are picturedwith
which later became outlawed.Then Rock and Roll hit shiftless driver? an instructor from Florida A&M and two students from the University and

the American scene pnd radio stations all over the aaaaaaaaaa Florida State University campuses. From left to right front row: Pilar Alcedo of
country had their DJ's sign a record sheet to show Talara, Peru, the famed FAMU sprinter, Miss Lourdes Salgado of Lima, and Mel-
there was no payola going on. But from what I hear, Another safety feature is a vin Eubanks, associate professor in the Department of Foreign Languages at Fla.
that is going now is worse than payola. Along here harness the that fastens behind A&M. Standing behind them are Octa tdo Miro, Tampa, a Florida A&M University
I won't mention any names, but I have been told that clamps passenger over his chest.seat This and student majoring in Spanish; Michael P. Fox, FSU student; Miss Louisa Urmeneta
certain jockeys are telling the record artists that ifthey should prevent whip lash. Re- of Lima, Miss Gloria Paz-Castillo Berrios, Lima and Germain Santiago, Brazil-
do not appear in person for them on certain shows, they member the good old days ian student at Florida State University.BROOK .
will not; play their records. This is worse than payola when only horses got whip

. it is intimidation. I do not think any person con- lash?

nected with radio or TV, or what have you, should put aagaaaagaa

pressure on any personality because he or she wishedto
Speed light That's the
appear some place else. Should we hear of this again sound barrier within whose BENTON I
I'll not only write about it, but I will mention names limit every sound driver stays.
and take it to the States Attorney and the FCC. .I like When one breaks the barrier,
he may die with a loud boom
to see evrybody make buck but
a putting pressure on
as he strikes a pole, a
other folk just ain't right. Nuff said.
bridge car. guard rail or another .


Regarding our Gubernatorial -
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: FRANK DUBOISE (HIS nor, Bums may take up drink \
IDEA). ing in order to get High and '( :
Mayor High may play with
PERCY ROLLE (TREE SMASHER-THEN DUCK) matches so he can get Bums. ':. 'i' "
Some folk are unaware how important it is to reg- aaagaaaaaaaa \ ,
ister and vote. Because it is important to register and ... 1 1JkI 1q
: ,
I Gubernatorial? There hasto r
vote, we wonder about the lack of knowledge about be '
a more appropriate name
i1 voting rights and privileges of peoples of the world for the race for the, governor'sseat. ,. ,
Because of this lack of knowledge, and because of the Goober-natorial sounds ,#' ). ))1
many people who do note vote for one reason or another, like something connected with bt"R
you find many excuses. A lot of them are humorous, and peanuts. Our Governor's last tI
here are a few of the humorous things I have heard that [campaign cost over a million ';
dollars, and that ain't pea
were attached to voting and registering: "I was taking nuts.
I Mrs. AI A" to register, and she said to me:) "I ain't nev- '*

er been a Democrat or a Republican, I jest wanna be Register Now
I what President Kennedy was." Another one told me

when I asked he what party she belonged to, ."I know
there are two parties. The White one and the Coloredone. looks Close

." I asked a man if he was a registered voter. He .
said, ."sho, I'm a registered voter." I asked him when "

the last time he voted, and he said, ."My wife votes for Sat. ;M1 A
me." Another one told me. '"Why should I vote? Them 'i .{

White Folks are gonna run the county the way they see .
fit." Now, votin g is no joke. It is so serious that poli- "b f
ticians are calling us "Brother" at election time. '(I
remember other names were called too.)' Please when "

you go to register, check your application as it is being
filled out and check your registration card. Be sure thatit

has the right precinct number on it. your name is

spelled correctly whether it is male or female .
that your address is correct, and that your birthdate is --
correct. Then be sure to vote!

John Lee Hooker, Esquire of the Blues, makes the SNOW,

Knight Beat this 'weekend meanwhile, Sammy
Davis J graces the Beach Believe me.when I tell I popular; Smiling local Eddie businessman Lee Pittman, is, Co-Star KELLY BROS. $2.50 Bargain

you that within the next four to six weeks, Sheriff But 1! owner of the Dive-Inn ;par
chanan may put two Negro policeman on his Motorcyle :i 1772 NW 79th St. Phone is
have trouble being j 6919431. lie invites all his
will not
Squad, he definitely any
elected for another term. I think it is a smart move (r old new friends.friends to Everyone come and welcome.meet SAT BROOK BENTON REVIEW

Our good friend Earl Carroll is a candidate for the .

House of Legislature in the coming election. I cannot ALL STAR CAST
tell you how to vote, but I can say that Earl is a fine
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the uninitiated in the art and science of-

political campaigns seem like a never ending "Alice in 1
Wonderland" fantasy, make believe world of magic mir By Booker T. Hayes \ 1r

rors reflecting images designed and manipulated from 1x'1Y
behind the scenes. v The response, pro and con, that I have received

Prior to the era of the New Deal when Franklin D. em weEti w tIII W concerning this column, has proven that the writer is in
Roosevelt initiated the "Fireside Chats" line with the main stream of American thinking. The af-
taking the
issues firmative and negative compliments received have as-
directly to the
people and
appealing to the '
sured that the has been
me pressing goal I
gotten Man, assigning to the I'
masses the people as don't intend to be forward in saying this, but the original -
individuals the starring role in election campaigns for ML1 NI1.tNl I idea behind the articles written will be to create an
the first time "Political Bosses" played the leading t atmosphere for thought. Judging from the comments received -
roles on all levels in varying degrees in the the
campaigns intended aim is being achieved.It .
for elective offices.

The people were thought of a s little more than is my opinion that the time has come for Negroesto
puppets to be told by their "bosses" whom to vote for take an active part in all activities that will have a

just a matter of routine, as long before in smokefilledrooms direct or indirect bearing on their lives, present or fu-
the Political King Makers had decided who would ture. We must take advantage of the excellent teaching

win. The candidates themselves were puppets too, only we've had in planning and preparation. For every posi-
ona higher level.Because tive action there should be positive planning, and the
planning should precede the action.
there are many kinds of people there nat- IIa
urally had te be kinds of bosses.
many The various
This is an election year, and the results will havea
ethnic groups naturally had thei own political bosses. ,
direct bearing on our lives for the next four years in
there were always the gambling and vice bosses who r most cases, and in others the effects will be indefinite.The .

handled their respective districts. time for preparation and planning is now. This is
The church group, the labor group, the professionalgroup when the individual seeking our votes should be askedto

the farmer group, organized labor and many other literally bare his soul so that we may all have a
groups diverse and broad enough to include all the vot- look, n t just the chosen few who stand to gain political -
ers in large cities, towns, villages and on the farms. favors as their reward. Promises should consider

As diverse and oftimes conflicting groups supported the Negroes as a whole and not just those who have been

same candidates someone coined the political truism, As part of the Zip Code program now underwayin instrumental in getting out the vote.

"Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows." the Greater Miami area, information booths have
So has the There will always be those who appear to get the
common practice become and for so longa been
set up in various shopping centers. Above is the
time, that it is no phenomena to find the "Vice Syndi- cream, so to speak, but if in the final summation our
information booth at the 163rd
Street Shopping Center
cate" and church the choice, whatever it may be a step in the right direction. ;
groups backing same candidate,
regarding Zip Code is available.
big business and labor Past experience has taught us that we should examine
organized on the same band- Shown here are Mrs. Shirley Prisco, of the National
coalitions each candidate with an open mind, and when the time
wagon, and ethnic who have
in but candidate groups nothing Association of Postal Supervisors Auxiliary, showingMr. for action arrives, cast our votes for those we feel offerus
common a and other of
examples con and Mrs. gllis; Bennett of Liberty City how to find the most benefits.
flicting groups strongly backing the same their Zip Code.
candidate.So .

it is only natural that sooner 6t later it would

come to pass that nittet racists, die hard segregationists Rtlstr Now SR-22 OOt 'T FRET GET SR-22
and dedicated States Righters would take as their SKIN DISEASES

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The "Big rights leaders, who is also 4 when he said its object
Six" of the nation's civil Honorary Chairman of the Con would be "to help the American -
rights leaders are planning a ference; Roy Wilkins, execu- Negro fulfill the rights ANY BRAND NFW 7966 CAR
prominent role in developingan tive director, National Assoc- which after the long time of
"action-oriented" agendafor iation for the Advancement of injustice, he is finally aboutto
the White House Conference Colored People; Whitney secure."
on Civil Rights to be Young Jr., executive director, In appointing the Council
held June 1 and 2. National Urban League; Rev. last month, the President explained NO DOIYN PAYMENT
Leaders of these major civil Martin Luther King Jr., presi- that it would have the
rights organization are serv- dent, Southern Christian Lead- responsibility for sifting
ing on a 29-member Council to ership Conference; Floyd Mc- through the concepts, propos-
the White House Council. The Kissack, national director, als and programs outlined in NECESSARY
Council, which is comprisedof Congress on Racial Equality; the November 17-18 Planning OR TRAM
a cross section of material John Lewis, chairman, Student Session and develop "pro
leaders is holding a series of Non-Violent Coordinating Com- grams or change" to be pre-
weekend "work sessions" at mittee; and Miss Dorothy sented to the Conference par-
the White House to work out Height, president, National ticipants for their consideration -
the format and a substantive Council of Negro Women. and action.

agenda for the historic Confer President Lyndon B. John Ben W. Heinman, chairmanof

ence.Among those serving on the his son proposed commencement the conference address at in Northwestern the board Railway, Chicago Co. and and WE WILL DELIVER A NEW CAR OF

Council are: A. Philip Ran- was selected by the Presidentto
dolph, the dean of the civil Howard University last June serve as chairman of the

conference, emphasized at a
press briefing last week thatit
will be a "how-to-do-it"
conference, rather than a mere
identification of the problem, PROGRAM AND YOU CAN SAVE
and will seek to broaden the
participation of "all segmentsof
the community to the cause

of partner making in the the Negro American an equal so- MONEY AT THE SAME TIME

I Mr. Heinman added, "The

problems have been identifiedand CALL ME AT 6210585IN
we have the valuable reports -
of the Planning Session's
work, from which we plan to

.,, build an concerned action-oriented with imple program BROWARD COUNTY CALL 523-2579

riJ' men tation."
Assisting the council on a
full-time basis are two con AND ASK FOR BOB MARIN
ference Edward C.
Sylvester Jr. and the Rev.
Walter Fauntroy. Mr. Sylvesterwho
is director of the Officeof f 1
Federal Contract Compliance
U. S. Department of La-
bor, is in charge of the day- -
to-day staff operation.Rev. VOLKSWAGENLET'S
Fauntroy, detector of
victim, is the Washington Bureau of the
Little Robert Nathan, a snake-bite Southern Christian Leadership \'t.\\ P.r.
rrXisit d.Va ety. Children's Hospitaly a delegation.t! .; 'Co felence,* will 'travel; J, ., .- $49 50 :
; f .andprofgs; iotlal leaders!! who .wer ourrn g thraughont.the country to meet; \ .t "'o'itb. !
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men's Club; Henry Gilbert, insurance executive; > Jr"
Church and Dr. hand knowledge of the prob-
Edward T. Graham, Mt. Zion Baptist lems.

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. Integrated" Cast "in "Lost in the Stars_ ACLU Fighting to Save Death

faculty of both North Dade and members of the greaterand
"I have found a friend," North Miami High Schools Miami community.
is a line spoken by Stephen Row Inmates in Florida PrisonsBecause
(Eugene Smith) to Mark Eland
(Tony Cappolino) as the latter OPEN SUNDAY One Florida case turns on ACLUF has volunteer
helped Stephen search for his the death penaltyin citizen's fight to have an at- all over Florida attorneys -
son who is found guilty of 365 NW 59 STREETIf our society is escaped by torney. Other cases involve donate their time and who

murdering a white man in want large rooms then you'UUke this. the wealthy and administeredonly giving the death penalty for to indigent defendants srevices
you in
South Africa in the forthcoming to the poor, the American The famous Dennis civil liberties cases.
production of "Lost in The CBS, 2 bedroom, nice Fla room, tile roof, Civil Liberties Union of Flor rape.Whitney case involves the -:Some authorities claim that

Stars,*' a musical dramatization dining room, carport., Also has very nice ida is continuing its legal resi Dade County Sheriff's Office a defendant with more money
of Alan Paton's novel, for Income with separate water and fights to keep eight having Whitney "confess" his never been put to death in
"Cry The Beloved Country." dents" of death row in Fl'orid'aalive. murders in detail at a 'press Florid The Supreme Cour ',
The musical, a part of the elec. meters. Low down payment on FHA. conference" before newsmen recent rulings that the POor
Inter-Action Cultural Series Only $13,500 total. No closing costs. Some of the cases are and television cameras in the are entitled to counsel, COurt
now in progress at Narth- Dadeis 751-2421 scheduled to be heard by Sheriff's Office. costs, appeals etc. has SPUrred .
States Supreme the
United ACLUF
to be performed each evening The ACLUF is usually not on to protect
'The integrated cast con- 115 NW 62 STREET l while others are at various called in by defendants until and defend Florida's eight
and courts of appeal. Some staysof death row inmates, to
sists of both students already their funds-and defenders-arc insure
excursion have that they are given
exhausted, but their rights to every legal|
'been obtained, one just 24 right ihey-and the
appeal, which are costly. The I wealthy.
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WITH DElUXE ROOM X-ray room at Variety Chi Idren's Hospital Director William A. Taylor Executive

,, +, r Ger 2-pc. SUITE'' points out how the X-ray image may now be telecast from the laboratory to an auditorium
'' A '"" y r ant inn.rc.. contuct' '.a'm suite with Ituor_ : or classroom in another part of the building so doctors can watch the X-ray

+. ,x'd w 21alhloll tabl.. coc hteii table plu. 2 lIunnlng ''nmp.ancl2 ., jj'rbcedure. Showing_great interest in the unique diagnostic equipment are ((1 tot)

;w i N f ti P Ilows.Choice of .' $1190 Mr. and Mrs. Allan Stratton of Miami-Dade Junior College, Mrs. Dorothy Kelly of
i 'c r r; 1.I 1. Charles Drew Elementary School and Emanuel Fryar Jr. of Francis Tucker Elemen

.c; I 1'i TTSj ; I tary,School.SCOUTS SHOUT HELP! Metro

The word "HELP" was dollars for its treasury. Winner -
.., echoed loud and clear Recreation
at a of the contest was Troop
JtiHEI Community Action Program 503, Mrs. J, Crawford, advisor -
: held March 12, at RichmondPark Runnersup were Troops Hews
by Girl Scouts of the 219, Mrs. Miller; and 857
Sunny Pines Neighborhood. Mrs. M. Pratt.
I IF (Troops 719, 879, 857, 405 service is a vital phaseofthe On Saturday the junior and
503, 219, and 470). scouting program and was senior boys had a track and
With the use of skits, made evident when promis- field marathon. There were

\ songs, pantomimes, and sory notes were given by each two teams participating in the
4 speeches, Scouts depicted the troop ot a needy agency or a special event, the Red team
BEDROOM t & theme: "The Promise In Ac- sponsoring group. For example, and the Blue team, also the

6\G.fASH\O\ \ BEDDNGU1'E \ \ :: <. tion" and presented a true baby sitting for the church fifth and sixth grade boys.
\ fAMO US ,.. dtm.n+ien. // picture of the Girl Scout nursery, 'compiling a i scrapbook The results of the track and
S \ bedroom ",itn .anmloI' l .,/ r/ i Program. for the garden club and field event were as follows:

I\\ 1ronfetm b.oul'(your and d.\UK'\ modern.' r00 / Adding the finishing serving St. Albans day nur- Red Team vs. the Blue
01 mll.r, en..1, or; po"and, $11900elr..r touches, was Mrs. Charles A. Team. High jump-5 ft. 3 in-
/eK iy, sery.In
h.adboard'd 2 \.pifl9\ pmO" \t' : Finkelstein, former presidentof recognition of their Listed in order of finish:

"" Girl Scout Council of service to the Scouting pro- George Liplins, blue; Theodore
let"" Tropical Florida, with her Smith
gram in the neighborhood, Million, red Daniel
speech in "Just How the Mrs. James Crawford and 'blue; Lester West, red; Arthur
; ; YOUR CREDIT community Can Make the Girl Mrs. Charles Brooks Ward,
(";rr were Manuel, blue;
Scout Program
Ed1 an EffectiveOne. honored.At .
WITH OWNROUPING ." red; Mr. Reed, red.
ft. 2 in! M*'
Top Long jump-20
\'alu., Providing transportation, the conclusion of the ,
plul pC. "'od.rn Reed red Elonzo Townsend
16 ;
serving as cookie chairman, program guests viewed the
pU/'thase/c. dllln.r-.o blue;
,. blue Liplins
various ;
I.t sponsoring troops and of exhibits showing han-
1'//.,.roo'N"h cOm. "'h," blue Theodore
Conrad ,
moutfit. $ course serving as leaders are dicraft, campcrafts (Actual
2900 just a few of the means by camp setting), posters on aide Million, red. 45
which community bars and 440 relay-winning team
can react to nature study.
an urgent need. 'The public left the program seconds: Red Team, Mr. Reed,
? In an attempt to produce a knowing just how to Emanuel Ward, Theodore Mil

WE CARRY OUR OWN large audience, a contest was respond to the Scouts Urgent lion. 'Mr. Davis, 2nd place
conducted among the troops. Plea for Help." Blue Team, Elonzo Townsend
I The Troop having the most Conrad Ayers, Arthur .Manuel
DIRECTLY TO adult guests would win ten Gwendolyn Ross Reporter George LlpJi! ns.

TO ILLUSTRATION 1 FURNITURE WORLD! rs..'............,II..............I...,.,.,....I.............:, time 880 1 min.relay 46 -sec.team First winning place

: Miami Times :: team, Red, Emanuel Ward,
Million, Mr. Davis,
: 6740 N.W. )15th Avenue Mr.. Reed. Second place, Conrad -
FURNITURE WORLD : Miami, Florida 33147 : Ayers, Elonzo Townsend,
: George Liplins, Arthur
Dear Sir: : Total points Red 77, Blue 62.
: Fifth and Sixth grade boys

Enclosed please find the sum of $_ high jump (in order of finish):

Arie Jones, 4'3". Bruce Brad-
5106 N.W.7th Ave. SOS N.E.125th St. On-The.'Trail" 223 S.W. First Avt. to cover the cost of a subscription to ; shaw 4'", Jerry Simmons 4'0
Opposite St.n's City C.rrur N.E.Ith Ave. S.W.Ith St.Ce,. 21th Avt. IBIk.So.ofBurdmt'tCLOSED Also it was a day in the
pit as Mr. Smith and had
ond and fourth grade boys
Mail I Paper To
SHOP, BUT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! their high and long jump tour-
Address nament. Walter Jones, Charles

; McIntosh, Gerald Simmons.

SAT.' 9 6-SUN. 11o6 City. State Zip Code. Other boys that participated
1 : in the tournament were Don-

Six Months : aId Simmons, Norman Bentley
Yr. $5.00 Two Yrs. $9.00 Lewis and Jimmy MeIn -
: Jerome
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As an outgrowth of the Inter-action Cultural series, King And I. His most recent portrayal was Emile in Prodical, Tony Cappolino as "Eland" has had no prev-
talent from North Dade and North Miami, High Schools i FAMU's January production of South Pacific. ious dramatic experience. He is,.however, a senior dra-
and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical Universitywill The stage visitors from North Dade High School ma student. Bob lloltzman, as "Jarvis" has participated -
combine for the March 30 and April 1 performancesof were secured with the cooperation of Mrs. Ellen Davis, in 25 Worlds of Death, Rhinoceros and is currentlyin
the musical, "Lost In The Stars" slated for 8:15 p.m.., drama instructor, in keeping with the purpose of the InterAction the Prodical. Bill Sagona as "Burton" the defense
in the North Dade High School Auditorium. Cultural Series operating between the two attorney, is a member of the Interact Club and presidentof
This 'borrowed' talent will be used not only to en- schools. Most of the participating students are season- the junior class. He has appeared in All My Sons,
rich the program but also to fill the necessary 'white ed thespians. Mad Woman of Chaillot, Cedipus Rex, Rhinoceros, Puss
parts.' (North Dade is one among those schools whose Charles Braha as "The Judge" has also partici- and Boots. 'Nancy Hendrickson, a tenth grader, will
student bodies are not integrated.)' "Lost in The Stars" pated in Rhinoceros, Puss and ,Boots and currently The play 'the young woman." Johnson of Miami photos

is an adaptation of Alan Paton's novel Cry The Beloved
Country, a story of the semiprimitive tribal life of the
green hills of Natal to the Shanty Town section of the
slums of Johannesburg, the breeding ground of tension Why Not HIVe
and violent crime. It is the story of one South African
minister in search of his son.
The FAMU 'loan' David Helper, will perform as
Stephen, the African minister in search of his erringson. It s '
Mr. Helper, a graduating senior and a North Dade
intern, is a dramatic major and president of the FAMU
Playmake Verse Choir. In 1963, he traveled to Europe
with the Playmakers playin the male lead in JessieB. / Delivered to Your Home
Semple, in Simply Heaven. Other roles played by
Mr. Helper are: Reginald Tasker in The Bad Seed, Hen-
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 25, 1966 16. Survivors are his wife,

ALBERT. .RANGE., die; mother, Ida; one

Otto James died March 16. daughter Lillie C. Johnson;

Mrs. Louise Russell, 444 three sons, Eugene Jr., Robert -
I CARDS MEMORIALS I II' Survivors are his sister Mag-
DEATHS W 162nd 'st', New York City gie, two sons Otta Jr. and and Samuel. Several sis-

! died in Jackson Hospital Leory; one daughter, Lillie ters, brothers, and other Serviceswere relatives -
March 16. Remains were sent Mae other relatives and and
:' New York for final rites and held held on March 22.
IN MEMORIAM friends. Services were
burial l Friday. ,
March 23 in the chapel
ACKNOWLEDGMENTWe Thelma White of 6820 NW
I' f In sad but loving memory memory ofISHMAEL NW 39 20 died March
Roney Durham, 295 Cleveland Daniels Jr. of 17 Ave. Apt.
J of our dear later the family of the late St. died March 17. Survivorsare 1843 NW 58th St. died Mar. 22. Survivors are husband,

WILLIE SANDERS three sisters, Alice E. Elijah; one daughter, Yvette;
Survivors ,
of 2275 NW 152nd St., who Armstrong, Lovetta' Scott, 16. Cleveland are parents Da- one son Mark, other relativesand

died Feb. 26, and was buried and Annie Lee Jackson; two Mr. and Mrs. friends. Arrangements In-

Mar. 3, 1966, wish to ex- brothers, Eddie Lee and niels; one sister; grandparents com pi ete.
aunts uncles other relatives -
; ,
press our deep and sincere Andy. Services were con-
Services will beheld
W thanks to all our many ducted Monday from the in Mrs. Ruth G. Martin of

friends for their kind acts of Liberty City Chapel. the March 23"at 10 a.m. 2942 NW 46th St. died March
human kindness. Your con- 22. Survivors are husband,

Lti: soling words, cards, letters Mrs. Lucy Jane Stinson, of Irene Edwards, mother, Annie
telegrams and floral arrange- Princeton died Rev. Eugene Cooper
19 Day Ave. Gore; one brother Jasper; two
1430 NW 57th St. was DOAat
ments gave us the needed March 15. Survivors are six sisters Ludessia Walker and

r strength during the bereavement -daughters: Alice Keen, Ella Jackson Hospital March Thelma ileyother; relativesand

of our beloved Willie. Carson, Ronnie Williams, friends. Services Satur-

I \ II May we mention with the Lula Bell Harris, Ozzie Mae -, day, March 26, 3 p.m. at the

MRS. FLORENCE SEYMOUR same sincere thanks and ap- McNabb, Willie Lee Rucker, First Baptist Church. She

who departed this life March preciation, our neighbors, one son, Nash, one sister, FRANCIS. will repose in the church at

25, 1962. Miami International Airport Della Floyd, one brother Rev. 8:30: a.m. Saturday.
I Gone, but not forgotten. May r personnel, Rev. Milton Henry Walker. Remains were Arthur Bryant of 2028 NW

,\ her soul rest in peace, and Fayson and members of Mt. sent to Marshall ville Ga.on 4th Ct. died March 18. Funeral Eula L. Foster of 2532 NW

may light perpetual shine Zion AME Church and the Thursday for final rites. services were held 61 St. was DOA at Jackson }

upon her. Young's Funeral Home for March 24 at 3:30: p.m. at Hospital March 21. Survivors

CASH ROLLE such refined services. May Miss Ruth A. Stuirks, 1981 St. John Baptist church. Survivors are two sisters Lula Mclntrye

Mrs. Beatrice Rolle, sister your life of spreading cheer NW 4th Ave. died March 12. include his wife, Mary!and Elmon Rogers; cousin

I Mrs. Eva Delancy, sister who March departed 16, 1964.A this life be crowned with God's richest Survivors are one son, Robert, son, F> W. Bryant; one sister Leroy Ivery; other relativesand ,

The Family blessings. Brown, one daughter. Ser brother
precious one from us Viola Madison; one friends. Services are in-

"Lf I is gone, The Family vices Saturday 11 a.m. from other relatives and a host f complete.

,.1 A voice we love is still Liberty City chapel. friend.
A place is vacant in our Sinnie E. Armstead of 2570 Itt

loving memory of our hearts, Henry Lynn, 2754 NW 58th Mrs. Annie L. Riley of NW 152nd Terr. died Thursday

dear mother and father That never can be fill IN MEMORIAM died March 19. Survivors are 1487 NW 38th St. died March March 17. Survivors are her 1

ed.Mrs.. wife, Cassie one daughter, services 1C
16th. Funeral were
and Mose
parents, Mr. Mrs.
Clotilda Rolle, wife! "Loving mother two sons, five brothers. Ser- held in the
Children faithful March 21 at 2 P.m. Armstead; three sisters, Cetter -
4 9w and sisters
r vices Saturday 12 noon Metropolitan
mother, chapel with Rev. Aaron D. Sneed, Carrie Laurie and ,e

How we miss your presence AMB Church. Hall, officiating. Survivors Addie Armstead; one brother, b

IN MEMORIAMIn here; include her husband, James; John and other relatives and
Home Mrs. Catherine Brown,
for all you one sister; Georgie Burrows; friends. Services were held
cherishedAre 13240 NW 22nd Ave. died 1tt
of niece; Madelyn Miller; Cousin March 22.Norman.
memory March 20. Survivors are -
darkened parents
your passing Catherine Gibson; two
dear." Mr. and Mrs. William
sisters-in-law Theresa Masonand Bolds of 1530 NW n
In loving of King, one son,James Rodgers,
memory our Elizabeth Knowles and n
68th Terr. died March 19.
dear mother__ ________ five sisters and a very dear several other relatives and
friend. Services 2:30 p.m. Survivors are wife, Annie
friends. rri
Greater Bethel Baptist Church, Bell, one stepson, tw o sis- i

Opa.locka. ters, two brothers; other relatives -
Baby Girl Rivers, infantdaughter
and friends. Serviceswere
ce ,-\ Mrs. Minnie Ford, 3749 of Mr. and Mrs.
held March
Fla Ave., Coconut Grove, Samuel Rivers of 1952 NW 23.

.44.. ded March 19. Survivors are 3rd 4 died March 16.
ct. Apt. Etha Bell Morgan of 2045 S
one nephew, Joe Farlin. Ser Graveside services held
NW 73rd St. died March 21. ,
Sat. 3:30 St.
p.m. Mary March 19 at Paradise Memorial yn
Beatrice Hill, ather relativesand
g '
Mrs. Lillie Jones, 1210 friends. Services Sat. IA
Baby Boy Norris A and
NW 51 St. died March 18. Survivors March 26 in the chapel at 1. |he
Baby Boy Norris B, twin sonsof

REV. & MRS. E. M. THOMAS MRS. MALVINA DAVIS are three sisters, Mr and Mrs. Edwin Norrisof ndin
Maude Jones Johnnie Mae
AND BROTHERS OTHA AND who departed this life March 16201 NW 19th Ave, died
Williams, Ruby Studstill, two
CHARLIE THOMAS MRS. GERTRUDE 14, 1960. March 16. Graveside ser ayd
DAVIS brothers Ireael and Remains
Gone, but not forgotten, "You whom we loved went out Tony; vices held March 19 at Paradise REGISTER TO VOTE

sleep on and take your rest, who passed to the Great of sight were sent to Eastman, Memorial ardens. I

we love you but God loves Beyond March 28, 1962. But never out of mind; Ga. for final rites. Don't be left out. Have

you best. Gone but not forgotten. For you are cherished in the Baby Boy Green infantson something to about .
The Family Mrs. Yvonne Williams say
hearts of those you left be- of Betty Joe Green, 2000 11.
Mrs. Mary Covington 11230 SW 187th St., Perrine your local and
Mrs. Sally Thomas and hind." NW 68th St. died March 16 state national -
daughter died March 13. Services Saturday

Mrs. Daisy Mae Lewin, Mrs. Ruby Jones Lovingly remembered and Graveside services heldat ) government.
' 12 noon ,Morning Star ed
sadly missed
Daughters daughter by: Paradise Memorial Gardens.
Baptist Church. Princeton.
\ June, Jake and '
Mack Davis, sons James Alexander Davis, son Survivors are husband, parents lip

MiamiFrances son, four brothers and five
Mrs. Margie Davis
IN MEMORYIn daughter-in-law, Delevoux, daughter, sisters. Ctoroto Mnnarml 'ark r3IA

Tom Covington, Miami
loving memory of our Margaret Clark
son-in-law INCOMPLETE
You do Not
darling mother have to own Grave Space
Bennie Jones Jr. Miami I.V
ELLEN ALBURYwho son-in-law Joseph C. Davis, Jr. PARK, 3001 NW 46 ST. to bury loved
C. Dennis, 1602 NW 5 on... Just Tell
And Grandchildren your director this
passed away March 25, New York l I. your wish.
Ave. It will be done. isis

1940. Albertha B. Ferguson, dght., Mrs. Hattie Bethune, 1970 GATES OPEN EVERY
Mother Dear how we miss you Boston, Mass. INCLUDING HOLIDAYS

our hearts no longer gay, Evelyn j3ibson, daughter, Rutland St.Williams Opa-locka. A 2 mo. pre-need grave space sale now going on. ,
Emanuel 6915 NW
Ever since you left us, IN Miami it3f5
MEMORIAMIn 6th Ct. NE 4-4197 E. Johnson
Twenty-six years ago today.We Prince Farrington., Sr.brother Ox 19199THOUGHTFUL

tried to keep you longer loving memory of my Miami .. enla

Because we loved you so, 'dear beloved husband Ruth Hankerson, sister RICHARDSON. <
But when the good Lord called ,J --- II
1" : West Palm Beach
>> 'iIfjf' '
you, : Grandchildren, nephewsand Rev. John Washington of 'per

We knew you had to go, nieces. 230 NW 10th St was DOA at

For your eternal rest weprayTo Hialeah Hospital March 21. .ff:

God since Funeral
been arrangements are in-

gone complete. He is survived by f Y

We're thinking of you every CARD OF THANKSThe his wife, Mable; one sister-in- I .)avtt

day I law, Evelyn, Small other rela- ""

And try to carry on. family of the late tives. I !

. Never to be forgotten by your VOi:

I Children.The CARRIE SMITH Mrs. Louise P. Webb of f
I would like to thank their '
many 1210 NW 5th ct. died at lirtSq.
Albury Family
friends for their sincere I
expressions Jackson March
22. Survivors .
4! V, 1 of sympathy during are husband, Will A ,
----- ; one daughter
I their bereavement. cotca
1 Francis ROSS of Plant city, I BEAUTIFUL SERVICES
CARD OF THANKS Special thanks to the Fla., two sons, Rev. Jacob I

House of Albert and Mt. A. Williams of Augusta, Ga. t Our The
The family of the late Tabor Baptist Church; also Abraham Williams of Raiford. ability and desire to to

\, ROBERT JOHNSON flowers for the many telegrams and Arrangments are incomplete. .:,, carry out your wishes, together Nar
wishes to express heartfelt I with our experience dedwic
thanks and appreciation to The smith Family Luther Smith of 680 NW ,

the numerous relatives, 14th St., Fla city, died at mean a service that is
neighbors and friends for acts Kendall Hospital March 21. "< j j( ,, conducted with beauty and knc
of kindnesses and sympathy Survivors include a daughter >

during their breavement. IN MEMORIAMIn Alma Jones, a brother Allen j ( "l' understanding-to comfort. up

Thanks for cards, telegrams, of Hermonvtlle, Miss., other 1relatives. j'. V Ne<
t floral pieces and cars. EUGENE ROBERTSwho sad but loving memory Arrangements are Ant

t Special thanks to Rev. L. passed away March 24, of my dear mother, incomplete. 'J Jul
"' A. Thompson 1965. \;; s "My Father in
pastor andjme MRS. OLIVIA JOHNSON Heaven, help
.. bets of Temple BlaQiat i ch mThe: battle,.was.fought and ,I IwhP"qeparted" me never to forget Thy Love

'. the'F/ancis Fuhtfftrionw<. a1:-
the captdin and" / (.tht-."hfi. ;; ,,.4Qt\e', To' .f:..'Jt"J""Iii" .. ti.iR3.:B {t .JJtf9S0U.' 1 i I- J. beoufyt of jhe'flower .r- u. ;
Mia!>>" qt ttt I;(3ForeijgCt :, 1 bur;$: i f ,' rbo".a soIvaiytj ,) dec
4s Iie-;11i .but.trti Jieart$.dart I, enry 5
'\ ; ttt ; ... w their.hOllb beeIJ
t' MgY 'reef
fe and .. iejretwiD 1 p .
McCatf othrs t', : bo. .. peace. .ar SCdr4.Ror' x, N

Mrs. Leanna Johnson, wife Mrs. Essie Roberts, wife Will word Johnson, son and Sat LJ Funeral

i The Johnson Family And Family nephew '. (, Home


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 25, 1966 13

ound About R NEWS FROM : IN AND'IffifiTAHASAS-

Talk R -

I. crrsYATr4 .,.

I A telegram from the president the New York Yankee star,

LE ARE TALKING ABOUT Famed rock 'i n ( of St. John's University, Elston Howard on Feb. 19 at

inger Chubby Checker being freed of a charge oibuting Collegoville, Minnesota, on a banquet at the Sheraton
British Colonial Hotel, where
March 4 announced that that
to the delinquency of a minor by domes- *
a t institution will honor Senatorthe he also signed a professional
ourt judge. The 17-year-old girl refused to press. 1 t Hon. Sir Etienne Dupuch, baseball contract for the Mil-

Hfces which her mother claimed he had sexual relaHTwith editor of The Trlnune, with waukee Braves. "Ford. is an

her daughter Racial tension mounts over the degree of Doctor of Phi all-around athlete.aaaaaaaaaaaq '

He young gangthat attacked Negroes and their homes losophy and Letters on May

Bhe Brooklyn Park Slope area. They bombed the 7. The militant newspapermanworld

H of Killar Lloyd, 373 Fourth Street and beat Ho .r already traveler enjoys and humanitarian the honorof Two rooms at the Emerald
Beach Hotel entered on
H Cates of 361 Fourth Avenue with iron '
an pipe O.B.E., K.C.S.O..O.T., Sunday night, Feb. '20, -and
H white youths also fired gun shots into doors andBe I and C.H.M. He has eight dec. the Criminal Investigation

windows of other Negro residents. Capt.Fogel of orations from the governments Department reported $105,000

72nd Police Pct. is investigating the incident of three nations, ,and numerous worth of jewels missing

Kh stemmed from Negroes moving into Italian neigh- various awards institutions.and citations. from tftftftttftftffffftt

Boods and the white youth attempting to bar Negro Vice President Hubert 'Wendell Smith, mate on a

Hh from using the community center facilities of theHAve. : i Humphrey will be honored at yacht, leamed'recently that it
was not good luck to carry an
I William Alexander Jr. High School Capt. St. John's on the same occa- unlicensed gun in the Baha-

Hur Hill, a former patrolman at the 123rd street Pet. ':>ii : m sion. mas. 'Smith bought a revolverin

Harlem, returned last week as commander (the boss;) "\; "c ? Miami for $17.80. In Nas-
", ,
famed 28th Pct. The second Charles W. Hayward, chair- sau he discharged the gun
he Negro to corm and a ,; .,' "
r .' man of the board of the Grand (maybe to try it out). In the
Kinct in New York The first : :; (
City. was Lloyd Sealy,, \'<1 to Bahama Port Authority and of Magistrate's Court he was
Mr assistant chief inspector of the N.Y.C. Police I I "\1'\\' 1M: rlr ," I v the British industrial giant, fined $280 fO( possession,
j\ _. ..... __... ."..."...'iJ,,. '\r... ,
Kartment TV actor George Maharis, former theaHal -- .u..I- the Firth Cleveland Group, $56 for firing the gun or four

manager and six others indicted Monday on char- The Senior Citizens of Coconut of the Senior Citizens is the during a recent visit, expressed -i months in prison. And' the

v, of smuggling in whiskey, food and personal luxury Grave were the recip- photographer.The satisfaction with the growth weapon aaaaaaaaaa was confiscated.
ients of basket of Groceries and of
a development
Senior Citizens will
inmates at the Federal House of Detention at West John A. Clinton, 28, a jit-
given to them by the owner of the island. 'He foresees
be in the
making trips very
1 driver and father of four
Others three guards Rubin Bronx ney
were Rodriquez, ;
Phil's Food Center. Bernard near future and there will be Freeport becoming a city of children was pronounced deadon
Hjliam McKethan, Bklyn; and Roland Powers of TonaRnda Hamersmith. He has been those who will need the aid 100,000 in ten years, with arrival at Princess Margaret -

N.Y. Also named was John Lombardozze (Bro... very generous in giving to of wheel chairs and walkers. business booming. Hospital after his vehicle

Cosa Nostra's Carmine)and Isaac Segal. Both doingKe other worthwhile organizations This equipment will be pro- aaaaaaaaaa crashed into a lightpole on

(acting as middle men.) .N.Y.C. Mayor Lindsa; of the Coconut Grove vided for us by Victor Bain, Lincoln Boulevard Feb. 23. c.
1 boost subway and bus fares and add a city income area. The members of the Sen- who is one of our funeral di- Mirian Makeba, gifted South He was Nassau's fourth traf-'
ior Citizens Club sold dona- rectors. For this kind gen- African singer, appeared in fic fatality for the year. Clifford
c Supreme Court denied Marilyn Kaufman offtlyn tions on this basket of gro- erosity tae members and two concerts Saturday, March Wright was seriously

tem. alimoney, she is accused of having an al cerres in order to increase friends are very grateful. We 19 at 8 p.m. and 10:30: in the injured in a traffic accident

r with a 16-year-old boy (she's 29) in a divorce ac- their treasure to buy necessary would like to invite all interested Governor's Hall of the Shera- :'three days before and died asa

H>n by her husband Allen Kaufman Bklyn, D. A.Hron articles for their remodelednew persons to our meetingson ton-British Colonial Hotel. result

E. Koota is worried about the 300 doublebarrelrrin home. This basket was the first and third Fridaysin An overflowing audience was aaaaaaaaaa
taken by Mrs. Ethel Butler of the month.L. in attendance and many had
er pistol stolen over the weekend George
3323 Frow Ave. and presentedto Russell, director; Sylvester to be turned away. The Badly decomposedbody
Hiitmoreon trial again on rape rap. Charged with attack ,of Harry Archer was
her by the manager of Phil's Smith, president; Mrs.E. Miss Makeba has been on
Mrs. Elba Dorrero of Bristol St. Bklyn. He is theH'gro Food Center, Isiah Pope. M. Armbrister secretary. tour in her native Africa, madea found on the steps of an un-
who was charged with the rape-stab murder Alston Scott who is a member pearances in Venice and occupied house on Trinity

career girls Janice Wylie and Emily Hoffert. ButHis London, in Carnegie Hall, the was Place not On Feb.identified 22. The until corpse the

later freed and cleared of charge after a whiteBy Philharmonic Hall and manyof day. 'No foul play was suspected -
Families of Viet Ham the concerts hall s and other '
(dope addict) confessed the crime. There seems to places In the United States."I by police. Archer was
described "of
as a no
B? much prejudice against Whitmore never took lessons fixed abode."

Dead to be HonoredFamilies just sing,'* she said. And she

IAMIANS IN NEW YORK Buster Tolliver is the sings in a number of languages aaaaaaaaaa
of armed forces Dade County or a visitor who and dialects. '
heel that rolls on 5th Ave and 126th St. Calvin Camftidge Mrs. 'Laura Louise Dillet,
personnel killed in South Viet will be in Miami at that date.
75 widow of the late Harry
in the jewelry business, heading for Miami in Nam will be guests of honorat "Will you please call the Mrs. Delores Destoup, 88,,'Dillett, died on Feb. 21. She

ay The George Wilkersons' entertaining friendsBid : a City of Miami program ii City of Miami Department of widow of the late Sgt. Austin is survied by two sons, Robertof

serving hard to get "soul food" from Nassau, BaBmas Bayfront Park Bandshell at Publicity and Tourism, 377- Destoup, ,of Market and Mc- Nassau and Harry of Fort

imported sea foods hair stylist GloriaLo. 7:45 Saturday, March 26. 5461 for further information, pherson Sts.,'died Feb. 28 at Lauderdale.

But presented fashion show and dance at the beautifu 1 I Since an up-to-date-list of' and to advise your attendanceso the Princess Margaret Hos- r 1
suchsurvivors is not available that appropriate seating pital. She is survived by a aaaaaaaaaa
Plaza Hotel ballroom, March 20 .Mis;1
oncourse "
official channels
through for
may arranged you. nephew, Sidney Taylor and a The Bahamas $5 coin,
Ilia Jones (Mrs. Lottie Peek's daughter) very beauti111 Mayor Robert King High is addressing niece, Miss Delores Taylor. largest silver piece in size

dancing at the Savoy Manor Saturday night ..Ailed the following- invita- ########## and value ever issued in the

Ferguson (Goof) prop. of Big Drug Store on 136th tions through this media. ; Vance Ferguson has sign- Western Hemisphere, and a $2

It. and 7th Ave. Cynthia Johnson(ex-Mrs. David "To Widows, Mothers, Carver ed an agreement to play with coin, will be on sale to col-
Fathers and Children of United the Atlanta! Braves of the lectors before the end of
Wee' Johnson) awry
liver and sister of Charles 'Pee
States Armed Forces Person- Ranches If. National Baseball League.He March. The series, includinga
beautiful item. nel killed in Viet Nam: :i:: has been in professional silver dollar and 50-cent

"My fellow City Commis- baseball for four years, and piecea 25-cent coin, a square
IAMIANS NEW YORKERS TALK ABOUT .Junior sioners and all the people of News is the third Bahamian in the 15-cent piece, a scalloped

I, Wilcox bus driver of Franklin Ave. Coconut Grove the City of Miami join me in National League. 'The othersare 10-cent piece, five cent and .

June Taylor show and State Dir. (quite cute) inviting you to be an honor !6y Walter Bow Andre Rogers, now with one circulation cent piece on May, will 25. begin They "
niece of A. Lord (and lovely) guest at a Bayfront The District Conference of the Pittsburgh Pirates, and
iss Edwina Lord, Bandshell program at 7:45: ,with the Phila- will take the place of the
Tony Curry,
Dave Bondu, Miami Times columnist "Around p.m. Saturday, March 26. the AME Church will meet at delphia Phillies. Ferguson isa pound, shilling and pence.
Mt. Zion March 3031.( Presiding
iami" Mrs. M. Athalie Range (Miami's pride) "The program will be a Elder Roberts is in chargeof graduate of St. Anselm's aaaaaaaaaa

lity commissioner Ella Moncur, beauty specialist salute to our fighting forcesin the district. The Rev. W. C. College, Manchester, New
f 55th Street(exceptionally beautiful) Negro Lieutenant the South Viet Nam theater, Grant is pastor. Hampshire. .. Roland Burrows of Andros

Leroy A. Smith, Miami Police Dept. Alwayshadlass and a tribute to those who aaaaaaaaaa Ave. 'was found dead on the
of the have made the supreme sac- Miss Betty Gay, daughterof side of the road to Lyford
and .Grace Lee Smith, prop. The Carver Ranches Fire Cayon
respect rifice in the defense of Free. Mon- Mr. and Mrs. James Gay Feb. 17. He was privately
Bethel's lil sisler Department meets every
'Poney stable" in Opa-locka (Scoop dom. of Fresh Cr ek. Andros the
a law day at 8 All members are was employed as a gardner at
Sweeting now p.m.
) .Stanley "Line 0' Type" "This invitation applies
urged to be present. 'C. B. married Feb. '16 to Jeremiah Cay and was on his way to
fficer.. (the greatest). whether you are a resident of Blount, fire chief; Walter Cooper, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. work when he died suddenly.

Blatch, president.Mr. Jeremiah Cooper of Pinder's
ITEENTALK AND MUSIC HIGH LIGHTS "Sam and LETTER TO Point, Grand Bahama, at St. aaaaaaaaaa

fcave" duo wrecked the Apollo and stole the show THE EDITORAs and Mrs. Harris James Barnabas Church, Canon John In a squabble between Nel-
| Willie john and the Drifters entertained a party of six Calnan officiated. In the bri- son Selby and George Wil-
ith their singing style. of a. BTW High
a parent
Ivouldn't want to follow them again. (out of sight) student I resent the fact that friends at the plush Red Car- dal party were Mrs. Thelma liams at Eight Mile Rock,
Tuesday, will not have pet Lounge, Pompano Beach Graham Charles Gay and Grand Bahama Feb. 14. thetatter's
Kennedy Airport the children .
fcig flew in to t
James Brown Sunday. The guests were Mrs. Hiram Edding. skull was fractured by'
machines to
Madison voting,
irect from smash tour, for his big ooficial a cutlass. 'Both men are saidto
a European for their annual Student Frank Ali, Pompano. Mr. and
ISq. Garden Jebut. Sunday evening. Joe Tex hit reIcording use Council 1 election March 25. Mrs. Walter Moore of Richmand Wendy Ford, one of the be Haitians and shared
be Your Own" dedicated is that the most colorful base- kitchen facilities in the same
"The Love you Save May The reason given Heights; Mr. and Mrs. ClaytonW. Bahamas
Farrington of 1231 NW 75th St. school can't afford the $75 Smith. ball players, has been named house. Williams was sent to
to Rosalie Command"to to transport the machine which TheN ass au Tribune's "Sportsman nassau for treatment.A .
The Beetle's hit "The World is at Your model" can be used free of charge.In There will be a Coffee Sipat of the Year." He was hearing was set for a later

beautiful Delores Hayes, "Miss Tan this day when voter educa- the Carver Ranches Park presented with a trophy from date,

Nancy Sinatra "These Boots are Made for Walking, tion is so essential for our Sunday, 3 to 6 p.m. A rep-

dedicated to Eddie Sams, NW 29th Ave. Dianne War- people $75 should not deny sentative' the Social Security -
who had a the students the onnortunltv board will be available
and "Anyone to
wick's recordings "Here I am learn the use of the ma- Guest Houston
43rd st. Did you to answer your questions about Dugies
NW the
Heart" to Henry Robinson, ; chines. But seemingly
back health insurance
the new program
Blue Belles" are at BTW doesn'tthink
know that "Pattie and the white pricipal
recording of "If You so. Mr. McBride asked for people over 65. The house of unusual,room
up voices on the Wilson interesting "K.. In mind"A
.UtUe quest- us
sound)I. some p
Need Me Call me 634-5789"? ( so-called Mrs. Clayton Smith will bea
about our findS
and a ions to
recordings "A prayer b.tt.r place, w. cholUngo you
and the Imperials in Dade guest at the luncheon Wed-
Anthony school integration
dedicated to .elng If b.l!.ving
Juke Box" and two people in the World" County in his column of March nesday March 23 at the Diplomat Th. accommodations you r.e.lv.
57th St. and Theodore Momsa 11. Everyone should read it Hotel in honor of the First'
lovely Franceen Nance You find only In this' broth.rOPEN
Shirelles hit "Foolish Little and save it. Lady of the Dtate, Mrs. Hay. #
( close item) .The DAY
and Mean Goodbye A Concerned Parent Burns. 24
Good night
Girl and "Don't Say
beautiful 634-3851'
Grove's N.W..41TH STREET
dedicated to Elnora Rolle, You So" and Every tide waits for no man, with a Ben E. King hit (reminder -
beautician Chantels "I Love Nothing But Love for you All"-- JAMAICA DUGIE
:ti. 1230 NW 63rd Street. ) "I, Who Have
.: Nil4t t" to Robert Ferguson See you next ,week. Let us hope thatthe new. riot in Always a friendU

'.1 "Scoop" Bethel saying time and Los Angeles isn't as bad as before. So Long.
This is Jimmie

s 14 THE MIAMI I TIMES Friday, March '25"l966 I

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CHURCH ATTENTION, REPORTERS! r..:', :::' '&t l oit Jn Glljitrdj!I 'uulaj '


cation Church In the news cvrrentw..k"1 for publU Woman's Day at New MEN'S DAY AT CHURCH OF THEINCARNATION

(cue mutt MACEDONIA I I

no lotor than 7 o'clock Monday .

ovcning. Publication of Providence
Sirity Is the
now rocolvod after that ., Sunday, March 27
annual MenV Day at Mace-
time comet bo guaranteed. New Providence Missionary donia, Charles Ave. and Doug

I Baptist Church, 760 NW 53rd las Rd.,'Coconut Grove. The r
St. will observe its sixth annual members invite their friends

Woman's Day, Sunday, and the public to attend alll
the services of the day. Sun- MT. TABOR

MUSICALE SUNDAYThe The morning speaker will day School at 9:30 a.m., ser-

be Mrs. 'Marie L. 'Dixon, ''a vice at 11 a.m.,-BTU at 5 p.m.' The Deacons wish to take

Passion Sunday Musi- member of First African Bap- h service at 6 p.m. this time to express to Rev.

cale and ,the presentation of tist Church of Bainbridge, Ga. The morning speaker will Q Burney and his congregationtheir

the Little Angels of the Epis- The evening speaker will be be Atty. 'Walter H. Beckham, sincere appreciation to

copal Churchwomen of the Mrs. 'Lucille Moore, a member Jr. them for a very inspiritual and

Transfiguration will be heldon of Zion Hill Missionary Baptist The evening speaker will inspiring service, rendered
Church this
March 27 at the church, be Rev. W. M. Davis of First during their annual Deacon's

15260 NW 19th Ave. Mrs. Baptist Church of Brownsville. Day celebration.

Charlotte Ford Clark, principal Fail not to hear these two Usher's Board No. 2 gladly

of the Charles Drew Ele- great speakers. take this opportunity to express -

mentary School will ,be the Dea. 'Isiah Broxton, ,chair- their deep appreciationto

guest speaker. Other partici- man; Bro. 'Carey R. Bentley, Rev. 'Stepherson, visiting
pants are organ solos by Mrs. co-chairman; Rev. 'J. A. 'Fin- Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear,Vicar ushers, visitors and members

Berthenia White, Arthur Evans Yt ;W layson, pastor.SALTERS. Services on Sunday: Low for making their 25th Anniversary -
and Mr. Charles. selectionwill
andSermm'11 a total success, 'spiri
Mass 8 ajn.Sung mass
be given by the church
CHAPEL tually as well as financially.
choir. The highlight of the program MRS. LUCILLE MOORE a.m. Male Chorus and
will be the presentation Mrs. Moore is active in Rev. Il;. J. Benson, pastor Daily morning 8:30: .a.m. be
Ushers Board No. 1 must
and crowning of the Little church and civic work and a i Flossie Marshall, reporters Evening prayer 7 p.m. faithfulness
AH urged 'to commended
women are
Angels. well known beautician of thicity. I
follows Sunday was quite a busy attend the E. C. W. meeting, to the services of Mt.
They are as
day for us, as we were finishing at 5 p.m. Fr. Dear will be the Tabor.
with their sponsors: Marcia t Everyone is invited to at .
You are invited to a musi-
up our 2nd Quarterly Conference speaker.
Miiller and Cyril Baptiste, Mrs. tend. You will miss the treat
qA1I1. ,: with presiding ElderJ. On Palm Sunday, Cantata cal tea Sunday March 27, from
Ruth Singleton; Lisa McKinney of the year if you fail to hear
B. Blake of the West Miami "Olivet to Calvary" by J. H. 4-6 p.m.
Maria Miller Roder- these .
Mrs. ; speakers.Mrs.
District. He brought a power- Maunder. Easter practice is Mondayand
ick Pender, Mrs. 'Olive Pen- Maybelle Anderson,
ful for the morning Thursday weekly.
\, der; Darchawne Rolle, Mrs. chairman; Mrs. 'Inez Mcnfort, sermon
I that made hearts burn within.
Maude Moncur;' Gerilyn Gray, co-chairman; Rev. C. J. Bur-
The choir with all
Mrs. Hortense Lucas; Thoma- ney, pastor.; sang
MRS. MARIE H. DIXON their hearts. At 3:30 p.m.
sena Johnson, Mrs. Lillian
Mrs. Dixon is in charge of Rev. -Benson along with the
Smith; Loretta Deveaux, Mrs. SPONSOR STATE TEA
the English Department of Crusaders rendered service in
Marjorie Oliver; Cathy Dan- GRACE
Huttoe High School, Bain- Truman City at Mt. 'Calvery
iels, Mrs. Catherine Daniels; The women of Antioch
bridge Ga.
Traci Harrison, Mrs. Julie S. PRESBYTERIANCongratulations Baptist Church. Rev. Wrightis Baptist Church invite you to
Clark. the pastor. On the 4th Sun-
their Second Annual State
to the Uni day. 'We will go to Rev. A. y
is in-
The public cordially
I Tea on sunday afternoon, March
MT. ZION AME ted Presbuterian Woman and Gallon in New Liberty City at
vited. Come and see who will 27 from 3:30 to 5:30 at Range
be crowned our Little Angel the February team of the 3 p.m. to help him, in building Funeral Home.

of the Transfiguration for Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor Spring-Time Rally for the en on his fund drive .

1966. Mrs. Alice Harrison, Naomijean Charles, reporterWe joyable "variety hour" that Usher Board No. 1 and The committees have

chairman, Mrs. Lillian Smith, was presented last Sunday Steward Board 1-2-3 are pay- spared no pain in trying to

president of the ECW; Father of Mt. Zion are rejoic- evening. ing for the new alter rail that make things pleasant for your

Eli sha S. Clarke Jr., ing the success of our This Sunday afternoon from was built by Rev. T. C. arrival. The program chairmanhas

rMen's Day which was Sunday.We four to six, the annual oratorical Kelly of St. Paul over the gone her limit and aboveit

do not have many men, but Contest, sponsored bj weekend, it is beautiful. Rev. to have a program each of

GREATER ST. LUKE those that we do have stand the Elks, will be held at; Benson, 'along with the other youjvill enjoy.At .

tall and proud. It was a plea- Grace. We appreciate the initiative ministers"' of the city are attending -, this tea, all of the
f (West
Hollywood) sure to have a surprise visit of Harold Higgs who 't/11'1/ Founders Day states in the union will be

D. A. Lattimore by our Presiding Elder, Dr. :J. made the arrangements that celebration in Jacksonville. represented. Why not come i MRS. LOUVENIAKNOX

Berniece Rev. pastor A. Roberts at the closing ses- this memorable event be hat rl. There will be a dinner saleat and support your state?
E. Griffin, 'Reporter WOMAN'S DAY AT I
sion.There this year at Grace.Remember the church Saturday Ush- Rev. P. W. Wiggins is mi

The pastor wishes to thank will be a son g fest that we are goinito l er Board I. nister. BROWNS VI LLE

the officers and members for Saturday, March 26 at 7:30: Key West to be with theChurch.
featuring many outstanding BAPTIST CHURCH

the their Mt.presence Olivet and Primitive support Bap-at groups spon sored by Zeta Phi i Trinity We should Presbyterian be ready to leave; Kelly's Chapel to ObserveMen's

tist church last Friday night. Beta Sorority of the Beta Tau on our trip at five o'clock !thai We, the women of Browns- I
Zeta Chapter for the "Little Sunday morning. ville Baptist Church most
The Rev. O. L. Nickerson is
pastor. Princess" contest. Day Sunday graciously invite the general

The missionaries will be public to come and share with
At the morning service
The King Bel Air's Gospel, selling dinners and pies in the Sunday, March 27 Kelly's spired by the music of The,. us the heights, depths and

Chorus will render the music afternoon and evening. FIFTH CHURCH OF Chapel Methodist Church, Spirituals of Joy, managed by breadths of the most significant -

service. Want to work? Well come onto 7105 NW 15th Ave., Rev. W. Mr. Turner. Woman's Day celebrationin
,$rs Winfred Cooper CHRIST SCIENTIST
organist. Mt. Zion. L. Hubert, pastor, will observeits "Mission: The Christian's, the history of our church.

A petition for growth in annual Mer\'s Day. The Calling" is the theme of the The keynote speaker is a

grace and spiritual perceptionwill theme for the day is "Dedi- study ci urse this year. Two person of no matchable dimen-

Dr. Porter is Mei's Day open the LessonSermonon cating livlihoods toward Chris-' 2hor sessions are currently sions in oratory. She masters
I "Reality" at all Christian tian ideals. being. held March 20 tp April the art like Daniel Webster.

Science services this Sunday. Two worship services are 17. March 20 the congregation -Projects realism like the Be-

Speaker at New PhiladelphiaDR. The Golden text is from Psalm: planned, 11 a.m.('and 6 p.m. was greatly inspired by a thune of yesterday. She cap

"Blessed art thou, 0 Lord: Speaking in the morning will 1 discussion of the Book of tures the meaning like Lin-

e ppw.r pared dinner at 3 p.m.the, teach me thy statutes be Atty. James W. Matthews Acts by our pastor and Voicesof coln himself and the Impre-
assistant U. S. sario dynamics
Attorney Gen- that
Protest Kennedy
Open thou mine that I the ladies
Men's Chorus from St. 'Paul eyes Of
eral for the Southern Districtof left. With the' humantarian
AME Church will be backingup may behold wondrous thingsout Jelly's Chapel and Lakeview
Florida. The evenin touch of LBJ she holds
g speaker -' Methodist her
our appointed speaker. Sub- of thy law. Included {in Churches. A drama,
is Charles R. Hadley, investigator craft in a subtle Her
r,;t tt f, fr stituting for Mrs. Athalie the readings is this statement "A Matter of Life" was also way. dynamic -

Range, our commissioner, who from the denomination's textbook for the Dade County staged by the Rev. L. L. eloquence and poise
fYA Health Department and also distinguishes her
from all the
The enslavement f Waterhouse
because of another commit- : oman pastor of Lake-
is legitimate. It will Sepia Mayor. 'Guest soloists view, his wi fe rest. We cordially invite you to
ment could not come, will be not will] be and two of their
Arthur King, Earl Higgs' share the test, for to hear this
our own pastor, Rev. WilliamH. end when man enters into hi s teenagers, Kathleen! Ehrlick
Washington, who delivereda heritage of freedom, his God- and Rocky Beckham. Many and Judy Freeman, iniated a speaker is to be really blessed. -
other outstanding men will Please come and hear her
dominion most stimulating ,
few Sundays ago a dynamic given over the ma discussion
r address terial senses. participate in the services. led by Mrs. W. L. Hubert. Mrs. L. Knox. 'You'll never
Men's Day over
All members and friendsare regret it.BETHLEHEM.
WMBM for the Mt. Olivette You are always welcome to
to come out and
DIY Baptist (}1urch. attend Christian Science ser-
help make this a successful I
vices Sundays at 11 a.m. and
Is Then in an after service Wednesdays 8 p.m. occasion.We SHILOH BAPTIST

at 8 p.m.the Rev. Sims, of are deeply indebted to BAPTIST

I,New Hope Baptist church Bro. Wilbur Smith husband of Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastorC.

and his congregation will be Sis. Lillian Smith for the M. Myles, reporter 1475 NW 58th Terrace
NEW MT. MORIAHChoir tremendous effort Rev. Oscar
---- our special guests. we cor- put forth to West, pastor

GILBERT PORTER dially invite you to attend No. 2 will begin its raise the sum fo money to nThe women of Shiloh are

Chairman Oscar Williams these services. Let's help to anniversary Friday, March 25 able us to begin work on the working very hard toward their The morning message was

co-chairman make this first in our church a at 8 with a musical roof of the church. Succeedingthis Women's Day drive. Listed below delivered by Rev. Arthur Mites.
Johnny Savage, p.m. program
tremendous success! fund raised by Bro. Smith are places his theme was "Dry Bones."
and the men of New Phila- and will climax Sunday, you can buy
delphia Baptist Church, 420 March 27 at 3 p.m. with Rev. many other contributions were dinners and sandwiches Sat- The evening message was do-

NW 40th St.,*take pride in announcing O. W. West delivering the sermon made by various organizationsand urday. Won't you call and have livered by the pastor, theme
individuals of the church. "Running For Your "
their first Men'sDay He is the pastor of Beth- your dnners or sandwiches Life.
ZION HOPE Being extremely fortunate to There will be a sale at the
'Sunday, 'March 27. The lehem Baptist Church and a
men are working Rev. Paul Freeman member of Mt. Moriah. have a builder as one of our home of Sister Julia Joyce
to make thisa pastor No. 2 choir at the home of
members Bro. Willie Friday and
big day. :And rightly for Sis. E. Jackson ( Jones) Sister Saturday, 1526 NW
so, reporter Coleman, 1320 NW 69thSt.
Conference will be held we were able to install a new 58th Terrace, sponsored
they have chosen one to fill March 31 at 8 p.m. Thursday roof and ceiling within the ., phone 696-4177; No. 1 Usher Board No. 1. by
position Dr. Gilbert Porter Services were spiritually usher
at the home
night prayer meeting at 8 p.m. funds available. of All roads lead to Bethle-
deputy assistant to the high all day last Sunday. Our
Sister Riser, 1237 NW 63rdSt. hem
Joint rehearsal for both 1 and for the annual Youth
superintendent of Dade County pastor preached out of hiss Many activities have been .; No. 1 choir at the home of March Day,
2 April 5 at 8 p.m. 27. Morning
Public School system. Dr. soul. sponsored to help raise funds Deacon Roberson, 6721 NW will be speaker
Porter is Choir No. Remember the sick fa f the Rev. 'T. S. Clark and
a prolific speakerand 1 anniversarywill and Men's Day program. 11th Ave., phone 754-0966. evening

well qualified to give the ebgin Friday night, March shutins and those who have This includes the three even- Remember to visit and pray Terry Joseph.speaker will be Rev.

men a great send off! He will 25. Everybody's'! invited. lost a loved one in your pray- ing services rendered by other for the sick and shutins: Thel- Remember

be the morning speaker at the We wish to say to our visi- ers for we know not the dayor churches sponsored by Rev. ma Myles, Jackson Hospital,,, ments. Visitors your assess-

11 a.m. service. tors that you. are welcome to hour we shall witness the V, L. Hubert. Two Sundaysago room 224 and Sister Mattie welcome to this are always

Hollowing a deliciously pre come again. same cause. Kelly's Chapel was in- Lightfoot at home. for the coming Christ.going church

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, Mardl'25. 1966 15

..wzr FRIENDSHIPRev. WOMEN hvita

J. E. Jenkins, pastor

Sia. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter,'Colllgl WO.' sr

Sunday's services .
were -
wonderful all day with our own All women who are now attending 19 "
Rev. Nathan Streeter delivering Miami-Dade Junior eII '

the morning message and our College or who are contem-

\ pastor delivering the evening platin g returning to school are _
sermon. Both sermons were invited to attend a Social. ,

.powerful.. Open House to be given bj

Sunday, March 27, The No. WOMENUWomen's! Organization
2 Usherboard will have for the March on Educa-
tion Now!
musical tea
at Dixie Park
Auditorium It will be held Friday,
4 to 6
April 1 at 8 p.m. in the Col-
reporter has been ill, so she
lege Union on the North Cam-
is apologizing for not thanking
PUS. freshments will be
our friends who attended served.

Freedom Day March 6 with our For the first time WOMEN!
oldest person of the state Mrs. is encouraging members and

Patsy Evans there to testify guests to bring husbands or
Spedial) thanks to Art Greenof the "man in her life,'* Inas-

radio station WAME for much as the program will Center -
MCDOWELL TOE such a wonderful address on around how this VIP affects v
freedom.Our a woman's decision to ,
choir has begun rehearsals return to college.
iPEAKEROFrULTURAL to accompany the Guest speaker will be Mar-
pastor to the state convention vin A. Hoss, head of counsel-
SERIESThe in Jacksonville where he ing services. Mr. Hoss is not 1 amHimmmmH mimmm m

preach Saturday, April 9. .will Re- only well versed in psychology SEND-OFF FOR CHAMPS Scott Kelly, candidate for Governor, hands his personal -

Interaction Cultural hearsals will be held tues- and the art of public check for $100 to Freddie Dyles, coach of the Gibbs Senior High School state

[series will present Dr. Henry days and ThLU'sdays.Special speaking, but he can give a championship basketball team, as a donation to help finance the team's trip to Mont-
McDowell, minister of thehunch first hand report on how a man
of the Open Door, in a get well wishes to feels wheh his wife goes backto gomery, Ala.,' this week to participate in the National Negro High School Basketball

special assembly' program af Eldf Long, Loretta Smith, school. Mrs. Hoss has just Tournament. Emanuel Stewart, principal of the St. Petersburg High School is at left.

vjorth Dade High School, Jessie Bill Carr, Geraldiine Belli I,enrolled at Miami-Dade too Kelly's donation capped a drive for $600 needed to send the team to the tournament.
Booker, the husband of
uesday morning, March 29 at
|::50. The program is part o f Sis. Flossie Booker.
series of cultural activities Sympathy to Elizabeth I -" -' -
progress at North Dade Barber and family in the loss Sigma Gamma Rho HoldsI .
is term. More specifically, of her sister, Catherine Brown. r.I

McDowell will
Africa, and will give TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Animal Family Hour
(the aackr und of the cultural -
I series presentation of "Lost CHURCHSUHDAY The Gamma Delta Sigma spiritual values which would

|in the Stars," a musical dra- Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho make the child a contributing &;

matization of Alan Baton's ST. JAMES AME Sorority Inc., held its annual part of the family life. The T'y
I novel "Cry, the Beloved
Sigma Family Hour Sunday message was quite inspiring
County." The musical will 1 Rev. J. "-Blacknell, pastor afternoon at New Covenant and uplifting. a.
be presented on March 30 and
Bert Cooper, reporter Presbyterian Church on 12th The Baslleus Soror Eunice-
April 3 at 8:15 p.m. in the Ave. and 43 St. at 5 Sunday Liberty made the presentation; |I Ia

North Dade Auditorium., 1840 The March-ites will end March 13.Soror pin to Miss Helen Richard- ,,
| NW157thst. Opalocka.Dr.
their Calendar Rally Sunday Vemeka Silver served I son as the outstanding president
a personal
as Mistress of Ceremony.Thetheme of the Rhoer Club. A
night. In a last ditch effort,
I friend of Alan Paton, servedas "
a missionary for more than Mrs. Louise Woods and her for the occasion was i silver tray to Mrs. Mattie \

thirty years in Africa prior to group will have a marathon "Training of Youth is Our Squire as president of the .
accepting the pastorate herein sale beginning Tuesday to First Consideration". The Philos Club. Each soror also .1,

Miami. An educator and a Saturday at the parish hall. program was largely attended received a silver tray with

scholar Dr. McDowell is an Saturday's sale will featurea by Philos, Rhoers, Budsof the sorority's insigma engraved -
the Spring Parents, friends in it, as a token of
expert on psychology, chittling dinner. Friday
history and philsosphy of the night is the big party at the faithful services rendered.
of the "Umbundu Tribe." home of Ernest Bellmay. Soror Vadye L. Morse,
the meditation. It was sc I i Mrs. Mamie Montgomery, a
He is a graduate of Tall a- Stewardess Board No. 3 gave
dega College and Hartford will sponsor a Season Tea beautifully brought out in this I i charter member and treasurerof
meditation the the Philos was presented a
Seminary. Dr. McDowell received many purposes
March the home of the
27 at
the Harmon Award for the hands serve. plaque as a deserving friend of Hffwi $! :
G. Nathan
president, Mrs. ,
outstanding achievement in Soror Elizabeth Espy Curtis sorority.
I t 1 7036 NW 19th Ave.,'from 4 to-
the field of religious work. He delivered the Family Hour Soror Liberty thanked
6. Donation 50*.
has served on many civic and Talk. She reminded the pa- each person who participatedon ').;
religious boards and committees rents of the basic responsi- the program. "Saying how /" "
on both the national and bility in training their child- commendable it was that all : !

local levels. In addition, Dr. MT. TABOR BAPTISTMt. ren early in life in manners, participants were members of '.

McDowell has served as a Tabor Baptist Church Is- ,economics, educationa and the Sigma family." .vi _
school principal, parish pas-
very thankful to its membersand
tor and college lecturer. lie
friends for their'cooperation -

has since held 1959.his present position Saturday.in buying The dinners effort is every to !--o R CLASSIFIED ADS--l.

raise for the Twelve In
money I -- --- --- -- -- --- -

TEMPLEThe One sold every Rally.Saturday Dinners to will all our be I BRING RESULTS i i Mays Scientist Studies

contest sponsored by friends, members and well
church is locat- I J I
the Trustee wishers. The
Board af-
Sunday -- - -
ed at 1791 NW 66th St. and
was a successful af- Sickle Cell Anemia .
fair. All of the men did a telephone number is 691-8732.,
good job with Chairman T. Bo- A Musical Tea will be heldin I

nivy' taking first place, the recreation room of the Jacqueline Branch, 'a 16- seven children, three of them
Charles Ambrose, who was church Sunday, March 27 from LIB-CITY year-old scientist of Mays whom had a severe form of the
I absent and was represented 4 to 6 P.m. The public is invited High School is getting plenty disease and were smaller

I by Mrs. Ruth Thurston, second to come out for an even- NOW PLAYING I attention in connection with than their normal age.

; and Stafford Bain, ing of enjoyment.Rev. DRIVE IN THEATRE her studies of a disease that They had periodic attacks
Brown, pastor
F. S '
I third. 'Mrs. Robertha Jackson Lou Nixon, reporter ....... still baffles some of the best of pains in the chest and
|was M. c. for the occasion.Mrs. Mary SHOWING scientists. stomach that lasted from a
Charlotte Hatcher, pioneer I mmFor almost a year Miss few days to a week or month.

member of Choir No. '2. MT. CARMELRev. JUDITH HAD ONLY ONE DESIRE. TO WIELD HER BODY Branch has been studying the They were given shots, but

lno has been sick several LIKE A WEAPON TO AVENGE A WRONG BEYOND WORDS I cause and effects of a disease they gradually grew worse.
|weeks, is convalescing at D. A. Bradley, pastor called Sickle Cell Aremia, The oldest, 14, died about
|home. Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterWe which afflicts whole families six weeks ago. Parts of her

Parents are asked to co- wonderful time and kil Is some of the children were, shipped to Washingtonfor
(operate with the superintendent wonderful early in life. research. '
Sunday. A
of the Sunday School by day School lesson was SOpHlAlPREN'Jlrtiifir Some of what Miss Branch
sending their children to re- Sunday Our son deli- has learned of the disease is Two others, nine and sev-
earsal Monday and Wednes- on display at Mays School en, are living on borrowed
ay evenings for the Easter vered a greet afternoon sermon., we went Fair in Goulds. time, the report said. The attacks ..

rogram. Sunday to morningStar t The University of Miami come every six monthsor
Members are urged to at- with our pastor Church in Princeton Medical School called Jacqueline so. 'They brihg on kidney

f end prayer meeting Monday Baptist Ushers anniversary.The \ a "most unusual girlto infections and pneumonia. In
!fight Deacons George E. on the ,/ be interested in the most between attacks, the girls

lepburn and Alfred Dean Church anniversarywill ., : ; .\ <'t unusual disease." must get blodd transfusions.

I aVe been in charge for the be on Friday night, Rev.T. p.w, It is reported that about They must be quiet when
ast two weeks come out ande and congregation 15 per cent of all Negroes other kids are out playing.
revived. Johnson cele- rECHNICOLOIl' t t. probably suffer soj e degreeof They may also die at the
to help |ANAVISIOftP \
will be there < wS .
anniversary. We i I the disease. It is rare in age 14-or earlier.
METROPOLITAN AME von!! our to come out and I whites, the report said. There is 'no cure, for the
are From what she has learned disease.

I Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor be with us.1 PETER FINCH from medical books about it. Three other children of the

I M.Y. Banner man, reporter she has taken blood counts, family, Jacqueline observed,
Now prepared microscopic slides, aresaidto carry gebetic traitsof
The Men's Day Sunday hasten Register JACK HAWKINS compared normal and diseased the disease. They do not
moved from the 4th Sun-
suffer attacks but if they
cells, drawn up charts, 'etc. propagate
lay in this month until April4th. Books the
She ,took special observa- with mates bearing
This will give all capo ALSO -
of effects the disease same traits, their children
ins and their workers more Close Sat.Our and on tion a family, the mother and will suffer
I"* to make the car raffle j The Proud ProfaneStarring father of which did not havea Jacqueline has soent

success. pastor will be motoringto blood test before marriage.The much time observing what
The program sponsored by Jacksonville this week for report said the couple disease can do to a family.
8 Pastor's Aid Board on Meeting. We wish die not know they had the She takes all the science
Mt the State William Holden I and Deborah Kerr
Sunday afternoon was access. God's speed in having a genetic traits that producethe courses at Mays and plans to
him :
Many thanks to all had study medicine.R. .
safe and enjoyable trip. disease. In time, they
|hS made this possible.


16 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday March'25. '1966 _ 'lOr _
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Irty Agency, 2020 NW 62nd Only $12,000 with awnings$1350 bargain landscaping. To check this; Female opening for genera 1 181 NW 50 STREET
633-7809. cash. $76 mo. fll\ call Biscayne Realty, office clerk. Duties are filing,
.- OR pays all Inc OX Broker, 9635 NW 22 Ave. mail, supplies and typing. Clean 2 bedroom CBS home, Fla room, car-
NW 28th Ave. Like new $11,500 with 1-0262. Must be high school graduateand
$2,900 cash. port gas heat, awnings. -Nice neighborhood.Only .
bedroom, 1& bath, CBS, $63.47 mo. accurate typist. Location
auty, oak floors, carport, qualifying, 1953 pays Nw all. 89th No 2 bedrooms 80th Street and 24th Ave. Coral Gables. Phone 443-4221. $250 down 'FHA. $70.56 month.
Le kitchen, $900 down. Terr. Owner CBS, profession- Equal opportunity employer.
6914146. ly maintained and decorated. EDISON REALTY, REALTORS 7512441'
1,0, month. 758-8749. -
551 NW 46th Street wall l to wall carpeting, sprinkler Aged couple or single womanto 175' NW 62 STREET

9 NW 49th St. CBS, 2 bed- Furn. 2 bedroom system, fenced yard, huge care for a sick woman. Live
CBS, tile Fla
om, Fla room, best ,area, roof, hardwood floors room, and enclosed ga in with pay. 699-8388. Mrs.
jalousie rage. Only
300 down
$82 month. payment. Mobley.
00 down, 758- wds. Large Fla
room, No closing costs on FHA
49. newly painted into and ext.] valuation. Please call Biscayne MISCELLANEOUS
NW 47th st. CBs, 2 bed- bination garage with com- Realty, Inc. Broker, Call me for your hand laun-
68 utility
on,, carport, oak floors, fenced in room yard, and, workshop four OX 1-0262. dering and ironing to be done K'; '&:;','L ,.' Spd liils I

uiet area, $500 down. $78 fruit trees. $1000 down. No 183ft NW 52nd St. $495 down in my home. 691-7844. -:;....'i; I-- "'" .....: ...

onth. 7588749. closing costs. FHA monthly 3 bedroom, 2 bathoak floors, 1501 NW 93 STREET
---- payments. $79 can be seen h,
carport. Act fast
154 NW 47th St. Gorgeous 3 appointment. Call PL 87234.April 2352958. on this call MARY LEEEMPLOYMENT $450 DOWN

edroom, garage, carport, 1 ----- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Only $14,000.
Fla room, living room, dining
loom, CBS, best buy for South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. Exceptionally beautiful cus- 12391 NE 6th Avenue 1180 NW 91 STREET

>10,500. 758-8749. $9,000total. $200 down. Freshly tom-built 3 bedrooms baths
painted. 151-8509 151-5211 $400 DOWN $12,500
Big 100'xl25 lot. Fla room, garage. Oversize
1511 NW 93rd St. Owner: 3733304. rooms, walk-in closets, comer COME IN OR CALL 2 bedroom, with lovely Fla room
J |$400 down, FHA. LovelyCBS 'eO=a___ lot.
tile roof, oak floors, Direct from owner call owner 7547940. (cookchousek..p r( doy
l$74 monthly. $12,500 .total. 339 NW 39th Street workers, butlers,chauffeurs 8645 NW 12 AVENUE

Fontana Realtor, 6016 NW' 7 $300 down CBS FOR RENT couples urgently needed. 4 bedroom "lakefront beauty." Lovely Fla room,

|Ave. 7517511. 758-8749 overlooking.lake, on large comer lot. ((150x150x
------ ---- Downtown, 1 bdr apt. $15. 200)). Excellent terms arranged.
No Qualifying 310 NW 46th Street Free electric. Liberty Rental

I Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, 1 The best area for the qualified Agency. Phone 633-7809. 1001 I NW 81 STREET
3069 NW 65th Street
I bath, beautiful huge, all paneled selective buyer. We have ---
Fla room, full dining the luxury home that has every- Nice 2 bedroom apt. $23 Free, (Rear House) Custom-built waterfront, 3 bedroom, 2 bath

I room, full carpeted, livingroom thing you expect and more elec. Liberty Rental Agency, 1 bedroom Fla kit- beauty. Priced right. Good financing.
with ONE 2020 NW 62nd St. 6337809. room,
beautiful North Shorearea MORTGAGE ONLY! chen
down at $107 ------ per "CORNER BEAUTIES"
only $1,500 per mo. call for appt. weeks. Adults
I price $13,950 this is a steal. JE 1-6902. Large house. $110 month. only. 1201 NW 81 STREET

It won't last. Call anytimeA ------- Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 -0--
1200 NW 88 STREET
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 Direct from Owner NW 62 St. 633-7809. 1823 NW 37th Street Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 both homes, with all built-
I NW 60th St. 751-2243. 2466 NW 91st Street --- Large 1 bedroom Fla
$350 down $62 Month 5535 NW 6th PI. Near Shells in features. Selling under FHA terms.
--- furnished.
room, $22 per
Special Offer 3 bedoomCBSlarge lot City, nice 1 bedroom furn.
758- Adults only.No pets.KINGPROPERT1ES.INC.
Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 8749.' duplex. $20 week, no children Kaiser & le. Realtors

CBS, hardwood floors, full --READY very quiet area. A. Ben-Kori ,.

heating, this is a specialbuilt CBS dream house with deluxe Realtor, anytime 751-2243. FR 3-3175 105 NE 79 57 PI 7-4588
home for the who
person decorations. You -
1220 NW 31 St. Rear, lovely 1
wants a very large home that see this beautiful two bedroom bedroom
furn. cottage, a real
has something special. Total before has all the .
you buy, doll house, $20 week. No LOVELY HOMES
price $19,500, terms. Call featurds, carport, Fla room,
children, quiet area. A.
very Built On Your Lot or Oars j
anytime, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor and appliances are available Ben-Kori, anytime 751-2243.
7512243. Seller's sacrifice at FHA of To Please You
--- only $11,500 with $250 cash Furn. cottage. Free water, .Life's.Buys.!
FHA BARGAIN down payment and no clos- electricity. Men preferred. LOTS FOR SALE
(11,300 for this beauty, 3 ing costs. Call Biscayne 757-0452.

bedrooms, CBS, garage, only Realty, Inc. Broker, 9635 NW 55xl35-M.W. 4Sth Ttrr. NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
350 down.This is a beautiful 22 Ave. OX 1-0262. Neatly turn rooms. Nice lo- 50xl05-N.W.55thSt.
well kept home, so clean 3 bedroom, CBS, front porch, appliances, freshly
------- cation
overtown FR 4-2213.
and perfect it is like new, Chevrolet 100x150-51 T.rr.& 17 A... painted inside and out. Best Allapattah area.
see it and buy it. Veterans Solid value 3 bedroom, CBS, Nicely furn. room with all 50>10M1st( St. $500 down and $100 month pays oil.

only! $200 down. A. Ben-Kori, modem style home on wide lot modem conviences, including 50xUOl,250Cosh

Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call in desirableneighborhoodnear kitchen. Men only. Call 754- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

anytime 751-2243. 17th Ave.near stores, schools, 1452. Paid For Lot, Modem CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, fully fenced
---- and buses. Buy of the week at .
--- Home, Acreage
with down and
corner, bargain at $9,800 $300 $57.89
4721 NW 6th down f'
Avenue with only $250
$11,500 Room with private bath. Nice
NEED MONEY? month. Freshlyolnt.d inside and out.
Very large 2 bedroom CBS of.
and monthly payments person. Man. Call morning or
with a huge Fla room, fully about $80. Be sure to check 7 p.m. 696-3295. CALL BARON JE 8-1340
carpeted: stove, refrigerator, this one out with Biscayne ----- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
heat' garage, awnings. Total 9635 NW 22nd Ave.
price Realty Like new 3 bedroom, CBS, in Bunche Park. Awnings,
$12,750 only $400 do.
OX 1-0262-
Veterans $200 down. This is --- large fenced yard. Bargain at $9,300 with $200 down
painted inside and out "new. SLEEPER FOR PROFESSIONALSON and $55 month. Fresh point in and out.

A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. Call Large CBS, low price, two BEAUTIFUL LAKE
anytime 751-2243. bedroom plus enclosed Fla I SELLER PAYS ALL CL09NG COSTS

--- room, with big kitchen and Spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home with I Like new 2 bedroom, CBS, I I. Bunche Park. Large

Drive by FHA 1601 SPECIAL NW 82nd St. before pantry.redecoration Check this starts house and out extra large ((23x23)) Fla room plus rompus fenced yard, awnings, awning windows. Price only

see! this immaculate 2 bedroom name your price. Can be real I room. Lovely barbecue pit at lakeside. Beau- $8,500 with $300 down and $50 month.

CBS, 1 bath, very large bargain if you move fast. Call tiful wall to wall carpeting. Many extras.

I Fla roomA"lC'ondition, stove Biscayne Realty, Inc. 9635 $600 down on FHA or can be bought on -bank NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN

'icely landscaped, plants, NW 22 Ave. OX 1-0262. terms. You must see this. ,Near our office. 4 bedroom CBS, best street in Manor Park. 50th St.

lowers, trees, mango.avocadorjane. ---- near NW 7th Ave. Freshly I painted, appliances.
This house only 9 yr CLASSIC EDISON REALTY, REALTORS 751-2441
'Id. $500 Down and $100 Month Pays All
$350 down, veterans only Superb 2 bedroom CBS 175 NW 62nd Street ,i
200 down. A Ben-Kori, Realt- mint condition. Every imaginable -
'ri, 612 NW 60th St. Call feature, tile roof, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

nytime 751-2243. cathedral ceiling, Fla room,- LA1JltL Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof, terrazzo floors,

carporte, landscaping sprinkler appliances. air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting.
1035 NW 35 STREET system, air conditioning, $11,000 with $300 down and $66 Month.
12,500 no qualifying, terms, and mre. FHA terms with I
or this lovely 2 bedroom_, only $350 down payment and I I OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES
BS, dining room, plus Fla,, no closing costs on this desirable -
Om, this is an immaculate home. Call Biscayne
ell kept home in a wonder- Realty, Broker, 9635 NW 22 8832 NW 22 PLACE WE HAVE SEVERAL "ALL CASH" BARGAINS!

I area. OX 1-0262. -- o --
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor Ave. DOWN $63 MONTHLY
12 NW 60th st. call anytime --- SI50 We have keys and lists of all FHA and VA homes in

51-2243. REALLY BIG New Liberty City, Carol City, North Miami Beach, etc.

---- 3 bedroom CBS spared*In modem|in the 3 bedroom beauty, dining room, air condi- You don't have to be a veteran. to buy at $100 down,
BRAND NEW HOMES manner.construction of this enormous tioning, awnings, carport, fenced, wall to like new, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom CBS ho.tI.liaR.illy __,. -jj --

droom bedrooms, 2 baths, also 4 home. Incomparable custom wall carpet and sprinkling system.
2 baths. Neither deluxe master
'"* has ever been lived in. kitchen. Super located near 17th Only 15 year mortgage
e these bedroom, Broker .
2 beauties at 1440 Village
o. in quiet Flami & ,

152nd Terr. Only $300wn Nosing Ave FHA terms, on $15,000 costs with FORD REALTYINC. Broker lilt PI

costs. $114. per mo. $450 down. No closing please 4932 HW Ave. M371 .

'Ys ation all. Call 238-4023 for in- required.call Biscayne TO inspect Realty, Inc. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 i 'Ope*' 7 Day, Per w.- Eve-hill'Tool
or better
and see them. yet comet Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. . .. ... .. r r J. -. ..
nArf 1 OX 1-0262. l. _

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o000ooooooooboOoteen's BROWNSVILLE


e Thursday, March 31, is the
pot pourriBy .p date set for the BrownsvilleJr.
High School P.T.A. meetI -
I ing. A very interesting program 4, 'r., d
E. Dean !f combining 7 q ,? a
|I entertainment .y i ;

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Many students find it difficult to get along with will Brownsville provide the ,

their classmates and friends. Although it is not alwaysour which promises ,;t :. y''

fault we are too often at fault. We are only interested performances of a+r 1 M I
P.T.A. members
in our own welfare; and, ,we often forget or pay of the

little or no attention to others. Another reason is be- are urged to
cause we have developed prejudices toward others. ing will begin ,

When speaking of prejudice we usually think of p.m.On 4. rtsd
hatred between races.:However, prejudice does not
7 to 9:30 I
apply to the race issue, alone. It is reaching some ville Jr. High p.m.

conclusions about someone without any substantial tici pate in the
evidence. Prejudice is an attitude we may develop be- festival. This

.cause of differences in religious beliefs, etc. will be held at

A student may dislike another student becausehe Park
Yoder, world
does not dress as well as he does or because his
poser and
friend dislikes this person. This is being prejudiced will be the
of two of the leads in a spectacular performance of the play
because we have not really taken the time to find out ville was one
about the person ourselves. selected to play Miami Northwestern Senior High School Friday and Saturday I,

There is a possibility that this individual could evaluation l
become your best friend, if given the chance. He may bands conducted by Arthur L. Evans, Charles Jones, A. Fisher (
program are
be interested in the same things in which you are in- Miami Springs, rn's faculties respectively. s
"Anna" in the play. She is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.
terested. be able l
'He may even to help you at a time
58th St..She is a soloist at Bethel AME Church.
when need '
you desperately help. c
"King,"is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pearson.He is a soloist
Everyone is not able to dress as well as you do. r
income make a member of the Civil Air Patrol and many other school an d \
Family might a big difference, so there-
fore you won't expect the person to have all the land by Robert Thompson (

clothes you have. This does'not make you better than (
he. March 1

If your grades are a little better than some else, Miami
this does not mean that you know everything. Therefore High School will I

you should not try to dominate others; but, give 90-pi ece ,
Tenth ?w w
them the chance to express their views, even if theyare Annual ar
Thursday, March
not as good at speaking as you are. 'There is always Band Director
something new to learn through conversation. chal is now

However, in a conversation that is dominated by one 'on the "1812.
will learn much. Tchaikovsky. (
person no one very

I By being friendly with everyone you will be more ';j student limelight, as well

liked and people will take more time to talk with you. I students! in the t

Everyone enjoys talking to a considerate person-a 'section.! .

person who is aware that he is not the only one around. This 4
when/ someone acts snobbish he does not only 'staged! in the FUIIN"F 1 1I
p.m. and will
give his classmates and friends the impression that he ,:and group
is better than they are but visitors to the school will j just can't afford
also feel unwanted and unhappy in your presence. 1 Northwestem's
Friendliness within a school among the student 'Band Con cert.
\( body will be observed by others. lents 50C, adults

I Student is Special Guest at -- I

Classes of The opening of Miami's Dorsey day care center was

Banauet for Roval._ Connie Northwestern '56 and citizens who made it possible. Cutting the ribbon is
-- -. - - -- -5A1 -- a joint m eting Mayor Robert King High (center) and Alvin Cassel, local

Dianne E. Thomas, 16- p.m. at the home Opportunities Program Inc.,"hold the ribbon steady. .
year-old daughter of Mr. and tie Oliver
Mrs. .John Thomas, who resides 9th Ave. '
at 1835 NW 70th St., Day Care Center
was the special guest of His -
Excellency, the Governor and EARLINGTON in cials who forged the plan into> is the former Dana Dorsey
Lady Grey at Government reality. library, donated years ago to
House in Nassau to witness HEIGHTS Those present for the rib. the city.
an investiture followed by a l bon-cutting ceremonies were i The day care center will
reception on Feb. 28, at which .The leaders who made the center 'have a maximum weekly charge
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Elementary possible Miami's Mayor of $1 per child. Its purpose is
Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh for donations Robert King High, Congressman to offer an instructional center -
were present.1bii was a most 496.equipment We for Claude Pepper and Mrs. for children to learn and
extraordinary affair to Dianne of outdoor are Dana Dorsey Chapman, daughtor play,while their mother works.
being the. youngest guest first aid kits of the. original donator of The two principal featuresof
present. fly. if you wish library. the center will be a day
She occupied reserved High School, an honor studentand money or. care and Head Start tvoe program
seats in the park on Bay St. also an active member of contact Mrs. The building, 'near down- for the children, and the
upon the arrival pf the Royal the Student Council, Spanish 633-7007 or Mrs.. town Miami at 100 NW 17th St. training of 200 people from
Couple, the Cathedral Churchof Club, .Pep Club, and chorus. NA 4-6751. the neighborhood to serve as
Christ where the Queen She is a member of the Junior I I day care technicians. The
worshipped and at the fort on Choir and Junior Church at St. training will last three years
Monday for outstanding de- J ame sAME Church and en- TAKE YOUR I and consist of seven 48-hour
monstrations presented by the joys sewing, baking, reading, CHURCH courses at Miam-Dade Junior
school groups, scouts, British all sports, especially swim- College.
Legion and the famous Nassau ming and tennis and helping -I.1 'I I Mayor High, who is a mem-
Police force and band. Diannewas smaller children. Dianne :: : ber of the Special Advisory
the houseguest of th e plans to.:enter the field of sur- I Panel to the Office of Economic
Prince A.'Hepburn. gical nursing.PREPALM. Opporunnky, recently
During the past summer I returned from a meeting with
Dianne attended the Whale Melvin I. Sargent Shriver, head of the
Cay Camp for girls for the SUNDAY MIAMI I Poverty Program
first time and was appointedcamp 1 In his remarks at the dedication -
administrator for eighty of the center, High
girls. Her daily tasks included STOCKS prased'the completed projectand
menu and schedule, planning, Heroines of Jerichoare 1 WEDDINGS I then dwell on aspects of
inspection of dormitory, head- celebrating their Palm MUTUAL his meeting in Washingtonwith
quarters and camp site and Sunday with a spicy program BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY 'Shriver He told the audi-
many activities which Included March 27 at the Masonic ence:
knitting embroideringand Temple, 941 NW 3rd Ave at 3 RaAi I "The criteria for the Pov-
swimming. p.m. All of the masonic erty Program's small business
Dianne is a sophomore at family is invited. 'Johnie Mae I id loans has been lowered
Miami Northwestern Senior Hill, Royal Queen. [SCHOOL 'ID') PICTURES'L2 1 that now more money is avail-so

able for those who wish to
FOR 50 start small businesses but are
NEW LOCATION I unable to get financing through
I standard sources."
Looking for our old friends. .. Present at the ceremonies

\I." JOHN WILLIAMS, INC. i 1186 NW 38th St. helped were, two initiate of the the mothers center who
Trophies Plaques Engraving IMUDKNTIVIINVESTMENT) : 1 Mrs. Elroy Hill and
Silver Holloware Mrs. Ruth Harris w. E. Mea-
dows, president of the
2560 NW 1 STREET PH. 6355560Open 7t4J IISOUNE ILVO, 635-4748 Neighborhood Advisory
nights, Sundays and holidays by appointment. MIAMI. FLA. 33131 L _ __ _ -I cil, served as master of cere ,
Phone 759-8840 mony.
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".. IL' Dr. Richard V. Moore, left, president of Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona
.', I..: .:: .... .1 JI JI'I, Beach, accepts a proclamation issu d by Mayor Owen W. Eubanks naming Dr. Moorean
(' .' ,. J ". ,:.. .:,: fclK "Ambassador at Large" to represent Daytona Beach when he and his wife take a
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trip to Europe and Africa this summer. The proclamation cited Dr. Moore's "great
r GILLIAM HEADS HOLE-IN-ONE CLUB--Jim Gilliam, veteran Los Angeles Dodgersstar contribution to education, human realtions, and general welfare of this city." The
has been named president of the Hole-In-One Club for the year of 1966. At Moores' trip primarily willbe as representatives of the Methodist Church. Lookingon
. Dodgers Florida training camp, Mr. Gilliam, above center, receives trophy for having seated at left is Bishop Marquis LaFayette Harris, Presiding Bishop of the
made ace from Herman A. Schwecke Jr., ri ght, Miami, while Walt Alston, Dodger Atlantic Coast Area of the Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia.
: manager witnesses. The new Club president succeeded Dr. Charles S. Ireland,
I Washington, D. C., who was 1965 head of the club, which is spon sored by the Cocoa-
Cola Company, Atlanta. Ga. Other heads of the we-made-it group have been Hamilton -
_ Hughes, Fort Worth, Texas businessman, and William Brisco, contractor, Cleve-
land. Mr. Schwecke supervised the contest during the recent Miami Norty-South Golf GREYHOUND RACING
Tournament. The project is directed by The Moss Xendrick Organization, Wash-
ington, D. C.Spearing. ...

with. Junior College to Present fabulousPOST P.M.TIME


'Fin lan's Rainbow" TwiceThe >zg ot4

f\ Music Department of phy.The }
st I Miami-Dade Junior Collegewill musical by E. Y. liar- :
present the Broadway burg and Burton Lane, which A
R.J! musical "Finian's Rainbow"at played to SRO audiences for 'f ', (
> k tl
two on Broadwayand ; >
3Jl'l. 8 p.m. Saturday, March 26 P" .
and Sunday, March 27 in the was subsequently revived 't
John F. Kennedy Health Cen- for another successful run, :q 1 Gy n
I BY HARRY SPEAR ter on the North Campus. is a delightful fantasy which 1
Directed by Robert Bensonof remains fresh and vital in its 'h. H." ."". ::1 Or.y",11
PAUL BLAIR'S BIG OPPORTUNITYPaul the M-DJC music faculty, blending of music and plot. f Aew'/ee."'
the production will feature a NOW
Blair, the Orioles' talented 22-year-old cen student cast of over 100 act- Among the all-time great TWIN nOUBLE
tors, dancers and choral per- songs of "Finlan's Rainbow"
terfielder, has some pretty big hopes for'himself in
formers. The college orchestra are "How Are Things in Glocca -
1966."I will be under the direc- Morra," "Old Devil Moon,"
would like to hit .300, score 100 runs, steal 25 tion of Robert Basso. "L ok to the Rainbow" and
bases and play in 162 games,'' he says in a frank tone Production staff assistingthe "If This Isn't Love."
With a world of ability, he might very well achieve directors include Pen Both performances are -Now
Playhouse director Robin open to the public with no ad-
these goals. The Orioles are extremely high on the Werner as dramatic coachAnn mission charge. The JFK Cen-
likeable youngster from Los Angeles, caU'who playedin Whitlock, special costunes; ter, with a seating capacityof
119 games last season for the Orioles as a rookie. Arthur Chassman, lightin, 5,000, is located at *2 27th
and Jim Williams, 'choreogra Ave. and 113th St.
Blair openedthe
After hitting well in spring training,
campaign as the Orioles regular centerfielder but GATES OPEN

ran into some tough luck at the plate. He was hittingthe
burgh, 2 p.m., Friday, April 1, Philadelphia, 3 p.m.
weeks of the season soundlybut 6
ball during the early : 30 P.M.
had trouble getting the shots to fall in safely. Asa
result, by mid-season his average was hovering
around the .200 level. EVERY DAY
Gene Randle is out front with a surprising five-
On the decision was made to send him to
July 3, point margin in Flagler's $20,000 Kennel Medley
Rochester, in the International League. The move was a Championship Stake which moves into its second round ..
good one, because Blair regained his batting eye and this coming Saturday night.
hit .327 for the Red Wings in 37 games-and was recalled Randle racked up a near-perfect score of 22
by the Orioles on Aug. 5. points in the opening round when his Discuss and

Over the past two months of the season, Blair Hello Hilda romped home first in their halves of the
played in the last 55 games and hit .255 to raise his 5/16ths and Flagler Course competition and Flippinran
overall average to .234. a surprising second in the marathon segment of the

As he looks back on his rookie season, Blair three-way competition.
thinks he knows why he had trouble hitting early last Randle was the only double winner in the six first-
year. "I believe it was pretty much a case of tough round races. Tied for second place in the point stand-
luck, because I hit some good shots that didn't dropin ings going into Saturday's second round are F. B.
," he observed. (Happy) Stutz, J. W. (Bill) Ewalt and the Pot Luck
"Then I tried to pull everything to left field, and Kennel with 17 each.
the pitchers started keeping the hall away from me. Ewalt's Cri Along ran one of his better races to
When I went back to Rochester, though, I started to capture the first beat of the 5/16ths competition last
hit with the pitch, that is, to hit the pitch where it Saturday by 2$ lengths over Red Fork's Mandarin Vic t
was thrown instead of trying to pull everything," he in 31.4 with Pot Luck's Candy Drive running third.
explained."I Les Cole, the defending medley champion and a -
think the reason I hit better when I came backto top favorite in the current running of the $20,000
Baltimore in August was that I kept hitting the stakes, saw his chances take a tumble in the first
pitch where it was thrown." round when his Wild Jean fell shortly after the break
Blair, blessed with a good batting eye and out- and wound up last behind Cri Along. But he stayed not
standing speed, could very easily reach the goal he too far off the pace when in Memory ran second behind
has set for himself this season. He has been workingon Hello Hilda over the Flagler Course, and his Terry I
two aspects of his game in order to hit .300 in Stromer won by seven lengths in the marathon.

1966-his bunting and hitting to right.
With his great speed, Oriole officials believe The Northwestern Bulls have been running wild
Blair can considerably lift his batting average by the past week. They won seven of 16-including all j 1
beating out bunts. In the first two Oriole exhibition four relays and scored 111% points to win the Mays
games this spring he successfully bunted twice-once invitational track meet at the University of Miami

against the Minnesota Twins and the other time againstthe
New York Yankees. ran past second place North Dade (59% Res rr tions

The Orioles feel Blair is one of the finest young points), third place Carver (34%), and fourth place 4448401UNNlt

outfielders in the majors, and if he is able to hit somewhere Mays (28).
around the .300 mark,"then the club knows it has Tuesday night at Dania, Bennie Moore's North-
an all-star centerfielder for a long time to come. western squad scored 95% points to outrun second
place North Dade despite two brilliant victories by
ORIOLES SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK North Dade Sprinter James Gaston in the 100 and 220- CLYlNo

yard dashes. Gaston ran a swift 9.6 in the century NOttMWU's.IlILi
Friday, March 25, Orioles Vs Dodgers, 8 p.m. dash. Mabel anwrn.
Sat-., March. 26. Pittsburgh. 8 p.m.rSun. March 27, Pitt-

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public housing project to "We were astonished by ment, If invited, would help
,. Citizens Group Threatens give the people a better li- some of the things we saw. she told the councilmen. Ladies and Men
units couldn'tstand The problem will be put
I fing asked Mrs. Cleo Davis Many of the ; CAB
of the before, the county attorney if
of 636 SW 4th Ave., Home- up to any con-
Action Against City stead. ditions provided by the Mini the conditions are not cor- 6500 NW 22nd, Avenue
There are as many as 12 mum Housing Code," she rected, the spokesmen said.
A group of Homestead '' ent. Prevent more slums," persons living in one room said. "The survey of 60 units "We have a housing au- CALL 696-1910
citizens met with the city he' said, as he showed the with no toilets, no running was enough to bear our their thority, ,it's been busy with
council Tuesday night with councilmen photos of "un- water-children don't know complaints. the labor camps here," said See 0. D. George
photographs( and a checklistof sanitary units, overcrowded how to sit in a chair," she She said that along with a Homestead Mayor William F.
miserable housing condi- conditions." committee of residents, .she Dickinson. "But we've been
tions in the slum district of Attorney Robert Scott said.Mrs.. Davis and other members has asked that public Hous- talking along the same lines.
the city. Kaufman of Miami, counsel of the Block Club in ing Rent Supplement Programbe Give us a breathing spell to
On Wednesday, spokesmen for the tenants, said the Homestead made a survey of used in Homestead. The look into it and we'll confer TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
for the tenants threatenedto Dade Minimum Housing Codeis the southwest section with a Miami Housing Authority and among ourselves and with CHURCH SUNDAY
demand county action if the applicable in any incorporated 19-point check-list. the Metro Planning Depart you," he said.
city of Homestead does not area unless it has its
correct slum conditions own code. '
where Negroes live "like He said that city officials .
Better Home :
animals." could face fines not to ex- For A .
The Rev. A. C. McQueen, ceed $500 or a jail term not
pastor of St. Paul Baptist over 60 days, or both, for luy one Built by ,
Church and a spokesman for failure to enforce the law. JOHN T. HcPHEE :
the group, said the housing "These people are being TV singing: and SUNSHINE HOMES, INC. ,;
situation is in violation of the forced by the greed of some : .
law. 'landholders to live only a Tap Dancing Star
549 NW 50
+ "Does the county building little better than animals,'*
code apply to cities within he said. Kaufman was for- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room, kitchen
Dade which have no housing merly a member of the Miami
built-in range and oven, utility room, swim-
Board. ,,
code of their own?" he asked. Housing Appeals
"The health, morals, safety "U. S. government provides ming pool, fenced-in-yord. You must see this
and welfare of a large sectionof funds for cities to clear A Sunday Evening of Jazz onel I Open Saturday and Sundays, 1-5 P.M.
people of this city are at slums. Homestead hasn't .
I stake," he said. even asked for help"he said. 4001 NW 5 AVENUE

"We recommend enforce- "Why can't we have aI AT THE 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range

and oven, utility room, Florida room, garage,

High School Track Star total price $18,900.
I Mary Elizabeth Hotel I 491 NW 40 STREET

Jailed for Auto Theft Cocktail Loiio 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range

and oven, utility room, Florida room, total

Seventeen-year-old Alonz<3 yard, I and then running froma 'j price $18,500.
Hepburn, a Northwestern High deputy who tried to stop- EVERY SUNDAY""EVENING
him on a traffic violation. '
trackman is
perhaps as 5 o'clock Until
Deputy Don Mueriot said, DOWNWELLINGTON
they make trackmen. But '\
.i Jfl;:SAIL; Llt51; ; :
"I couldn't have caught him :p
J he was not good enough to
outrun a sheriff's motorcyclelast if I'd been after him on foot." FEATURING THE '
\ :
Thursday as hard as he Hepburn, who lived at .
tried. 1865 NW 59th St.,'has beenon
In Metro court Friday, he parole from an earlier auto BILLY LEVANT TRIO I'l Real Estate Broker
was sentenced to six months theft case. After Wednesday's "; ,
and two days in jail and fined incident, he must still face
$750 and cost for leaping charges of auto theft and re- YOUR HOST: JOHNNIE BURKE \ 4602 NW, 7 AVE 754-3061.
from a stolen car which sisting arrest.
crashed into a North Dade '


Is April 2

Dade County residents were
reminded this week by election
supervisor Martin Brater- 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE.PERRINE 9843 Bird Id.
man, they must be registeredby W 137S W.49th $t. SHOPPING CENTER
April 2 in order to be Hollywood Hiol..h, 'Ia. MIAMI FLA. Miami' "a
qualified to vote in upcoming 945-0381 121.1761 'Parrin, fla.
elections. 635-0736 635. 231-2901 2265631MON.

State laws require that
every two years all voters THRU SAT.
who have not voted in that NO EMERGENCY SUNDAY
lOt period be removed from the 10-9 NOT GOING, OUT OF BUSINESS 11.6
rolls. According to Braterman
47,000names have been stricken -
for this rearson. There are

now Dado 410,000 County.registered votersin 4 pc. Foam Sectional

"We are anxious that every-
one who wishes to vote see to _
it that he is registered in .
time, and the deadline for ..
registration is only two weeks \
rj" .
away," said Braterman. :
"Anyone having any doubtas .
to whether his name has r
been stricken from the rolls
should contact our office, at

Neighborhood precinct of- '
fices will be open for voter ;
registration through April :2
x from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Mondays, w.,
Wednesdays, Fridays and t h ti ,_' !_ '
Saturdays, and from 9 a.m. to
days.9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thurs _


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