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: April 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol 43, No 31 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1966 20 PAGES 154 I


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African Girl IIn
Gives BirthIt .. .; y ,

a closed session Sa- to all minority groups-including that they'll elect some of
was reported Monday that turday at Fort Lauderdale, i the poor everywhere." these fine candidates. Untilwe
an African girl,said to be only Florida NAACP directors He said that under the get a district plan, how-
nine years old, gave birthto voted to file a suit in support present system in which most ever, it will be tough."
a baby at Springs non-white of a district plan for electing seats are elected from counties Pearson added that elect-
hospital, 30 miles east of state legislators, and to ask at large,Negrocandidateshave ing Negro candidates is rot
Johannesburg.The the national NAACP to Inter- the odds staked heavily the association's only aim in
girl, who is a nativeof vene in the Dan Paul challenge against them. pushing the district plan.
the neighboring town of to the state's reapportionmentplan Seven Negro candidatesfor "It's also a matter of beIng
Brakpan, and the baby were now before the U.S. the legislature are on this responsive to the needs of
said to be doing well. Supreme Court. year's primary ballot, includ- the people. A man who has to
The infant was deliveredby Rutledge Pearson, state Broward's Alcee Hastings and represent all the people in a
caesarean section. president of the association, Dade's Earl Carroll, Joe Ker- big county can't possibly be
said leaders of the organization shaw and Lawrence Bethel."I as aware of their needs as
FraHklinRobbedFranklin feel that a district planis wouldn't say they don't one who represents only part
the only way of assuring a have any chance," Pearson of a county" ,
Federal Savings fair share of representationfor said. "But they certainly facean He noted that Negroes
: and Loan Association, 111 the minority groups of the uphill fight when they're make up 33 per cent of the

tT NW 5th St., was robbed of state."This elected by a county-wide state's population, but there's
$4,464 Wednesday afternoonby is not only' for the "We hope the attitudes of not a single Negro legislatorat
a gun wielding bandit who Negro," he said. "It applies the people have changed, and present.Mississippi .

fled the scene in a 1964 Chev- ..

rolet.Victim of the holdup was !::4P13 Klansmen J

teller Alice Jennings, 26, who
handed over the money in I
fives, tens and twenties. The II I

St / S.rM1 gunman, about 26, had come Arrested in MurderReid
into the building five minutes Rights I

earlier asking for a car loan.
Thirteen Hattiesburg, from Negroes too frighten to
I Miss., Klansmen were arrest- pay them to local authorities.Two .
1' l Er
x carloads of nightriders
r Monday by the FBI for the
55 ..A>r o fA death of a Negro 'civil rights attacked his home with gunfire ",
worker last January. But the and Molotov cocktails on '
imperial wizard eluded the the night of Jan. 10, and Dah
lawmen.A met died of bums.A .
dragnet was put out by $10,000 bond each was
authorities for Sam Holloway set for all but three of those

Winsome Martha Miller is a student assistant at Bowers, Jr., 41 leader of the arrested. Two others were
White Knights, said to be the ordered to post $15,000 on \
Miami-Dade Junior College where she is studying most militant and secretive grounds that they were better

I speech therapy. Martha is the daughter of Mrs. Alice klan group in the country. able to meet the higher bond,
Miller of 1391 NW 55th Terrace Glamour photo by Bob Bowers has been describedby and a Texan from Houstonthe -
only one arrested out-
Thompson. a police alert as"presumed
side Mississippi-was ordered -
armed and considered dan-
to put up $50,000 bond.
Lawrence Bethel Candidatefor gerous. Owner of an amusement
I r The 13, all members of the company in Laurel, Bowers
White Knights, were charged eluded authorities Sunday
State LegislatureLawrence I 5 'Sy with conspiring to violate night. lie was last seen entering -
w-Y and intimidation of and violence John's Cafe, ownedby

L. Bethel, a na- to civil rights workers. one of the 13 men arrested.
tive Miamian announces his The arrests were made after Monday morning his car was
candidacy for the state legislature Vernon Dahmer was killed still parked outside the cafe,
He is seeking to wina Miami-Dade Jan. 10 in Hattiesburg, because but Bowers could not be
seat in the House of Re- Heads he collected poll taxes found.

sentatives, and is running in
group 13. He is the son of

Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel Brown, d'd'a Junior Students COPS ISSUED TICKETS
Kr College
who is also well known a smother wy ; 6t 'yr
Brown. He i is marriedto I

Laura Bethel and they are Bobby Reid, an 18yearold "wnen I started in 1964 by
the parents of three children. Mays High graduate, has running for freshman senator. TO GET POINTSThe
The Bethels are members of become the first Negro president This is such an honor and I
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Mr. of the Miami-Dade Ju- only hope that I can justify
Bethel is a graduate of Paine students. the faith the students of Miami- Miami city commis- Points are totaled at the
College 14,000 sioners pulled the Police De end of three months, and
College and is presently em- Reid elected last Dade have shown in my abi-
was merit those with the most pointsare
partment's mystery sys-
teacher at the lities.
ployed as a
Orchard Villa Elementary week by a margin 300 Since the fall of 1964, tem into the open Monday and given merits, those with
his nearest
votes over opponent
it knockout blow.
gave a the fewest get demerits.
School. Reid has served as a sophomore
Jack Norris in the regular -
The main planks in Mr.Bethel's elections. He senator and won the Police Chief Walter Head-- Defending the system in
platform are: a revision pool for all uninsured motorIsts scienceand "Outstanding Freshman ley said that the merit system the commission's chambers,
of the financial responsibility The division of Dade is studying political Miami-Dado Award." lie Is a member of was "not a quota sys- Headley said the City Char-
law from a law of County into districts, and the and is journalism editor at and colum- Circle K Service Club and tem." However,it was chargedthat ter requires rating of police
law of elimination of the politicsfrom news Miami motorists have officers and "We're rating
involvement to a cause the Alpha Kappa honorary
nist for the college
paper "
creation of financial education in Florida. been getting traffic tickets them on what we do.
and the a "The Falcon Times." leadership fraternity.
Reid has lived in Miami because policemen had to
In a recent statewide con- "Evaluation is a must,"
Mrs. Range Calls Down test, he wen first place for since 1959 when he came meet their quotas. High said. "There must be a
here from Madison, Georgia,
his column.He .
I Mayor Robert King High better way. What does the
where he lived on a farm
finances his education was in the thick of the fight International Association cf
Police Chief On Use Of Dogs"It at Miami-Dade partly his Throughout grandparents.the campaign, along with Attorney Louis Police Chiefs Do?"
through a $75 a -
won't happen again," have been taken around by NW for his work on the which covered a period of six Jepeway. "Maybe it's ironic, but

Miami Police Chief walter 11th St. and Third.?" paper. Reid is undecided weeks, Reid and his workers In explaining the system, they drew this system,"
Headley said at a commission "yes, ma'am," Headley about where he'll transfer stressed the idea that he was the mayor reportedly said that Headley said.
meeting Saturday when replied. I ordered it. when he leaves Miami-Dade "best qualified" for the job policemen score so many
Commissioner Athalie Range 'We've had purse snatching to continue his education."It and should be voted for on "merit points" when they issue Noting that policemenwere
stated that policemen and more than a hundred-and our depends primarily on this basis ticketsmake arrests, etc. reluctant to talk about
police dogs interuppted busi- men are not as agile as 16- how much assistance I can get The big fraternities and Points vary with infractions the system because they
ness in some Miami stores, year-old boys. We have to and where," the conscien- sororities, usually the decid- or the times the arrests are feared "retribution and reprisals -
frightening away customers. catch the boys. The men tious sophomore explains." ing factor, were somewhat ineffective made or tickets are issued.A ," Jepeway said one
She had received several can't, but the dogs can," he because of a splitof officers told him of 83 sum-
Reid lives with his
calls from store owners, Mrs. said. their support. Reid managedto "moving hazardous traf- monses he issued, "in good
Range said, complaining that "Why are the dogs taken Chester, Mr.of and 11530 Mrs.Southwest Robert commit a few of them and fice violation" is worth three conscience he would have
policemen had led the dogs into stores?" also picked up votes throughout. points' on the day shift, High issued only 10." lie served
142nd St. Richmond Heights."I
through their stores. "I didn't know about that," dreamed that I said, and only one point on them merely to keep his merit
She asked the chief, "Do the chief said, "and it won't could get never this far,"said Reid, Reid will serve for one the midnight stuft. points up, Jepeway said. 'IIfr' i
you know that police dogs happen again." year starting this APril. ,,"

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES,: Friday/April >, 1966 __ ,..:..c" I

I Miami Citizens Fight For Negro Detectives-Rights

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By Booker T. HayesOn

last Monday morning, I attended the Miami
City Commission meeting. On the agenda was a sche-
duled hearing concerning the nine detectives who had
wodced in that capacity for a period of four or more
years, and who according to the civil service rules
had attained the right to be permanently upgraded to
the position of detective. civil service rule statedin
the meeting read that any civil servant working in a .
specific capacity for a period of four or more years,
and who had performed the duties with integrity and
to the satisfaction of their superiors were entitled to
be promoted to the position in which they have been
This appeared to be a cat and dried solution to a
problem that has hung in the balance for two or more
years, but this was not the case. The City of Miani
has no detective rating. What was once a detective rating -
is now a sargent's rating, therefore, these men
are entitled to the rank of sargent. -I'
The Rev. Theodore Gibson, who spoke in behalfof
the Negro officers, presented an eloquent and ; -4L la4
touching oration in their behalf, and won a majority
approval of the commission that these men were de- F
serving of the recognition they were seeking. The com- :
mission gave the appearance of being on the verge of _
doing something concrete when the City Attorney, Mr. -
Stone, began to outline the legal ramifications that : 7 i _
could come about as a result of any hasty action by tit
the commission. Mr. Stone was within his rights be-
cause it is his job to advise the commission on all legal
matters they may undertake. It will be his duty to
defend to the best of his ability any and all decisions -
made by them should they be tested in a court of law.
One point Mr.Stone brought out was that those individ-
uals who had taken the competitive exam and passed
would have legal grounds for complaint.
These detectives have been doing specializedworks
some for as long as 12 and 14 years. In all that
time, they have replaced what would have been a sar-
gent or detective whichever you prefer, because any
other individual would have already received the rank
such a special job carries. The main point is that
these fellows are getting results because of the ex-
perience they've had on the job. It is an accepted fact
that experience creates better efficiency. No one, not
even the Chief of Police questions their ability for the s
job at hand. But when it's a question of whether or not
they should be receiving the pay their job calls for the 1 t [ 4 4i
issue gets too hot for discussion. .
Mayor Robert King High's final instructions to the ? L
City Attorney was that he draft a resolution that would
allow the commission to leward these men with the
rank they are seeking and still be binding under the
law. This seemed a fair and equitable approach in awe
feel the matter should be terminated in their be-

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H4I. NW U STREET Frontiers to Cite Lt. leroy Smith at Reaiual C..ferelce- I

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WHEN: MONDAY APRIL 4. Miami's first Negro Police the -
Lieutenant will be cited conference will be held tall party before the banquet Ice, Oscar W, Weaver Jr., William
Saturday morning and will ad Jack-
TIME: 8:00 P.M. International the local chapter of Frontiers mum in tine for the delegates Saturday evening. son, Garth Anderson C. Reeves Vernon, Theodore
when the South-
see the Florida
eastern Derby at Members of the local planning Plessy and Robert Gatxi -
Regional Conference Oulfstreatn Park in the after
is held at the McAllister Hotel noon. committee are H. N. Tay- el.
this weekend. The South-
eastern Region comprises Speakers for the banquet Guest HOllSe
RefreshmentsEntertai Dugies
chapters in Florida, Alabama, that night will be P. F. Ran.
3001. U.S.
"eorgia and Mississippi. Regional Fmptoy-
ment Service Advisor, r TKo house of unusual rooms"Ktop
..eiitIriii Lt. Smith was promoted and national President Marcus I vs In mind"A
Neustadter of New
from sergeant in February af- La. National Kxecutlve Orleans Sec-, IIetta, ploc, wt cboUong you to find
ter more than 10 years in th retary Harold Pilgrim of Phila Seeing Is oolloving
police department. Smith will The occommodotlons you ree.iv.
delphia will also
Yur FritrisMeet be in
be recognized not only for his dance. You find only In this .ot".r
achievement in law
enforcement OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
Bem but also
Jidt for his
.. excellent Among social events planned ,
wort with the Boy Scouts for the conference 2941 N.W. 41TN STREET
and with are a
culturally deprived Get
youth of this community.The home of Mrs. Juanita Party Thom at the JAMAICA DUCIE
business seesion of son Friday night Ana cock-) Always a friend




THE MIAMI TIMES; 'Friday.rAartl 1. W66 3


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Massive direct-action is Medical Association of a'conspiracy expression of segregation 1
needed to "raise the con- of Inaction," Of all the forms of '
science of the nation" to besegregated and called for a suit to force inequality, injustice in healthis Who Will Ie "Miss Cinderella? "
and inferior medical doctors and hospitals to com- the most shocking and the
care received by Negroes, Dr. ply with the Civil Rights Act. most inhuman because it often
Martin Luther King said in He said at a press conference results in physical death.
Chicago this week. before his speech: "I see no alternative to
King and officers of the "We are concerned about direct action and creative non- 1
Medical Committee for Human the constant use of federal violence to raise the con- rf
Rights accused the American funds to support this most science of the nation." I
Dr. John L. S. Holloman,
wl I I ..A.u.eyln y, n yi A new York City physician
who heads the interracial

rE committee, told newsmen,
"There is scarcely a hos-
pital North or South that does
not overtly or covertly dis-
criminate against Negroes."
He said county medical w 4r
societies, especially in the
South, have discriminated in 1 N :'
I admitting Negro doctors. "We 1\r\ 4 I
put the blame right on their r-+ -
I (the AMA) doorsteps." DAISY CURRY I'1:
Mrs. Annie Devine of Can- SHARON HEARDter ,
The Cinderella Ball
ton Miss. spon-
a member of the
: Mississippi Freedom Democratic sored by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority of Mr. and Mrs. Haywood MERCEDES MORTIMER
E I Party, told the meeting will be held at Bay- Heard of Opa-locka is also a
her group will "file suits front Park Auditorium on April contestant. Sharon attends it a senior at Attucks High
M I against all public health fa- 28. Among contestants for North Dade Senior High School in Hollywood. She is a mem-
cilities in Mississippi, all Miss Cinderella Is Mercedes until her j unior year. She was ber of the Journalism Club
medical supervisors and the Mortimer, daughter of Mr. and an active member of the Na- and the Student Activity Club.
Department of Health, Edu- Mrs. Fred Mortimer. Mercedesis tional Honor Society and the She is a member of Mt. Zion
r. IhiMrs. cation and Welfare to force a sen I or at Mays High. Her Sharon now attends Carol AME Church of Dan!a where
compliance with Title VI affiliations are numerous, City high where she is engaged she serves as assistant superintendent -
of the Civil Rights Act." vice president of the Host and in many outstanding school of the Sunday
Provision is made in this Hostess, Industrial Arts trea- projects.Upon completing high School and president of the
section to withhold federal surer, 4-H Club, the Graphic school she plans to attend Junior choir. She has the dis-
funds from institutions supporting Arts Club and a member of the Miami-Dade Junior College tiction of being the first Negro
segregation. Zeta Amicettes. She plans to where she will study nursing. to hold the office of District !
attend Miami-Dade Junior College Junior President of Amer

.--- or FAMU next year to Daisy Curry, daughter of ican Legion Auxiliary. She
Haydon Bums, wife of Gubernatorial candi- THANK YOU become a nurse qr an elemen- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Curry of plans to attend Bethune-Cook-
date Haydon Burns, attended a Tea Tuesday afternoon tary school teacher. Dan!a also aspires for the man College and major in so-
The Women Interest Club Sharon Ann Heard, daugh- Miss Cinderella crwon. Daisy ciology.
afternoon in honor of the wife that
governor's was of West Hollywood wishes to '
held at the home of Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder, 1211 NW 41 thank everyone who made their

St., and was attended by approximately 70 women. sale a success. The sale was CENTER
given at the home of Mr. and VILLA COLOR AND BLACK & WHIITE.TV' SERVICE
Four-year-old Isaac Micklns (left) and 6 year-old Mrs. John McKever, KINDERGARTEN
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candidate Haydon Burns, with Dr. Susie C. Holley i iA I I If HON. L. L. BROOKS
(left) State President of Baptist Women of Florida, DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
who presented the governor's wife to the ladies in attendance PRESIDENT n

and Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder (right), hostessof GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
the tea.



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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. April 1., 1966 ,

too late for any more candidates to file for FROM WHERE I SITBY
governor of Florida, but we certainly have enough 0 f BILL McBRIDE
them seeking the highest office in the state.If .
I am correct there are five of them; three Democrats
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publl.h.r and two Republicans: Scott Kelly, a former '

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor senator; Sam Foor of Tallahassee, Claude Kirk of \:', -tAMERICAN,
WILLIAM W. Me BRIDE' City Editor Jacksonville; Richard Muldrew, commissioner from
M.mb.r of the National Newspapers Publishers Association Brevard County; Mayor Robert King High of Miami and : TEAMWORK
SUBSCRIPTION RATES of course the incumbent Governor Haydon Bums.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Every registered citizen in the state will have the #r... 6 WORKSEvery
privilege to exercise his right of voting for the candi- .

Ent.r.d ai' S.cond Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post date of his choice on election day. now and then I get sort of down in the

Office pt Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 dumps because of the way things are shaping
General Earl Faircloth, Comptroller Fred Up
Office ot 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 Dickinson Atty. and Secretary of State Tom dams have around our city. But usually before I hit the bottom of

been named by Governor Burns as a committee to investigate the pit something happens that gives me a tremendouslift.
state .
possible conflict of interests involving
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead business with the state. Such the case last week when I learned
the world from racial) and national antagonism when It accords employees and persons doing was the
to every man regardless' of race, creed or color his result of the student_elections. at Miami-Dade Junior
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the The Defense Department has called for a draft !
Negro Press strive to help every man In the firm belief that of 34,600 men in May.That's12,900 more than is called
oilmen are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. for in April. The Viet Nam war goes on; there is no .L

sign of peace on the horizon.

President OeGaulle of France orders NATO out of EIDs
This is written to our youngsters, hoping that it France which means the U.S. must move its troops and pRES
will get them thinking about the things we are men- belongings. An alternative is given by DeGaulle, lace i foctowla 1 1lIADIR ,

tioning. U.S. troops under his command. That will hardly be
First of all: Wouldn't you like to live in a nice, granted. NATO has oneyear's time to get out of France.

clean neighborhood with clean, welllightedstreets
? Those who do not should think seriously URBAN RENEWAL MOVES AHEAD ,

about it.
The first Demolition Contract for Project No. 1 of
Many of our streets are not clean because some .Y
the Central Miami General Neighborhood Renewal Plan
of you keep them littered with paper cups, trash of all
was advertised for bids on March 22, marking another
kind, and what is worse, broken bottles. You find
towards of the
major step accomplishment County'sfirst
pieces of glass strewn not Only near the curb, but in urban renewal program.
the middle of the streets. Do you realize how dangerousthis
Acquisition of land has begun and by midmonththe
is to cars and other vehicles? Maybe your family -
County had acquired title to 25 parcels. A petitionin
had a puncture because of your silliness in
Eminent Domain on 70 parcels in the project area
throwing glass in the street. was filed in the County Attorney's office on February
Some of you take shots at street lights and break 21, 1966.

them too. Maybe you do not know that your parents are The first phase of the demolition covers three

taxpayers and must help pay for those lights. blocks between NW 20th Street and 21st Terrace and

Two weeks ago some kid threw a stone right will ultimately result in the demolition of all struc- ,--- '- I4

through the writer's window, just missed hitting him. tures. Complete demolition, however, is not scheduled P

The repair bill was $3.74. That kid no doubt believed for the entire project area. All together there will be n

he did a big thing. 66 structures which will be preserved and rehabili- i
These are just some of the things we want to remind tated in order to bring them up to acceptable code
you youngsters about. Some day you are going to .standards.
be men. Just what kind of a man do you want to be?
Just think about it.

There are parks and playgrounds where you can Palm Sunday services will be observed as usual

enjoy yourselves. Why not use them instead of the by our churches; some with special programs and out- College where Bobby Titus Reid was chosen by his

streets. door processions.The fellow students to lead the student body for the com-
Now, a word to some of our grownups. We notice Triumphant Entry 'ot our,Lord into Jerusalemis
ing year. Bobby happens to be a Negrc but it seems
beer cans, bottles and other things near, and an occasion that certainly deserves the commemoration that the kids at Miami-Dade were more interested in
sometimes on the curb; we cannot blame our young- it receives annually.
qualifications than race. More than 14,000 students
sters for this and amazed such
we are at thoughtless-
make up the enrollment at Miami-Dade and only about
lessness by some of our
1,000 of these are Negro.
Another thing. We get good service from the gar- AUTO INSURANCECheck This makes Reid's election quite an achievementand

bage and waste collectors, but soon after they leave, our new, lower rate and easy financing it tells me that this generation of the young intel-
many people begin putting out rubbish. IMMEDIATE SRt22 FILING ligensia is
standing on its own feet and making deci-
Suppose we take note of the time garbage and Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift sions for themselves. The day of adhering to the old
trash are collected, put all we have out and keep ac-
D. Goodman and Son, Inc. family phobias of discrimination seems on the way
cumulation in receptacles until the time for the next
"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" out. After all, it's just like the Miami Times motto
collection.We .
Business member All People Democratic Club says on the front page- "Tempora mutantur et nos
should all do our part in making our neighbor- 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380 mutamur in illis"-The times changed and we
borhood, in fact, our community, as desirable as we are changed with them. are
possibly can. Since the whole is not greater than the
Another thing I liked is that
about Reid's election
the sum of its parts, let us all pull together in this
endeavor. Make Your Vote Worth it was an integrated effort of planning and hard work.Reid's .

The campaign manager was personable George De-
After all, cleanliness is next to godliness.
City of Miami is trying to make Miami a more beautiful C Pontis, who no doubt will end up as a wheel in Flori-
da politics betore too DePontis did a
place. Let us do our part. many years.
great lob of organizing and ran a pretty shrewd cam-

Our hats are off to Bobby Reid and George DePon
METROPOLITAN LIBRARY SYSTEM ON THE MOVE tis, but most of all we salute the student body of
Miami-Dade who had the courage to vote their con
Four-level governmental cooperation has resultedin victions.

the beginning of a long-sought county-wide library STATE I LEGISLATOR I I iTI- ,

system. In approving a resolution authorizing the I [ 9'

County Manager to apply for a construction grant of GROUP 15 ,I 'I"j, .
$30,000 from the federal government, the County Com- ; V dYi

mission took another orderly step towards! providing A Sincere Desiif I

457,000 people in the unincorporated area and in 13 To serve the Public
cities with free public library service. Seven cities

with independent systems have not tied in with the
county-wide system.
The funds will be used to renovate a building just

south of the river at 11th Avenue for a headquarters for Tr
the bookmobiles which will serve the unincorporatedarea. REMEMBER THIS NAME .0.0, .,

It is also anticipated that the building will be ; .

used for a central book processing operation for both, Wally M.
the City of Miami and the County systems.

Federal funds are channeled through the state library

board to the County which in turn transfers themto PESETSKYIT'S .a
the City of Miami for expenditure by the Miami Public L

Library. The County previously received a federal
grant of $96,752 to enable the residents of the unincorporated SYNONYMOUS WITH

area and of 13 cities to use the city library

without charge. P-U-B-L-I-C S-E-R-V-I-C-E
Planning for the library needs of 2&million peopleby 9

1985 is also under way by the County's Library Ad-

visory Board. An application for federal planning funds ELECT WALLY PESETSKY

is currently being prepared by the County Planning Department _

and the Board expects to interview library STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 22
planning consultants in mid-April.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 1, 1966 5

Jaycees to Abort Snail

IGNORANCE AND FAITH In dwelling on divine I
mysteries, keep thy heart humble, thy thoughts Business Development Smday
reverent,thy soul holy.Let not philosophy be ashamedto ,
be confuted, nor logic to be confounded, nor rea-
Northwest Miami
son be surpassed.What thou canst not prove,approve; hear about the Office Jayceeswill of
Mayme Williams was hostess to the Greater Miami what thou canst not comprehend, believe; what thou Economic Opportunity Small I
Chapter of Links, Inc. at their regular monthly meetingon canst believe, admire and love and obey. Soshall thine Business Development Pro
Saturday at Holiday House. The charming Mrs. ignorance be satisfied in thy faith, and thy doubt be gram on Sunday at a meeting
Williams presented door prizes as well as friendly swallowed up in thy reverence, and thy faith be as Influential at 4 p.m. at the Hampton
as sight. Put on thine own candle, and then House.
Easter greetings to her dub members.
shalt thou see clearly the sun of righteousness. Speaker on the program
will be Robert Simmons, direc-
The Elk's South Florida Educational Department Jenny Taylor tor of the Small Business Development -

presented its annual oratorical contest and piano reel here.Membership.
tal at Grace Presbyterian church last Sunday after- Charmettes Spring committee
noon. Diane Dyes of Edison was winner in the musical Fantasy Ball Saturday SUPPORT chairman, Robert P. Young,
part of the program and Janice Watts of Northwesternwas has sent letters to 50 prospec-
Charmettes tive members inviting them to
Incorporated of
winner in the oratorical YOUR
portion. Our congratulations
Miami feasted come out to the meeting and
regally at a recent ---- --
to both of these young ladies.Dr. take in the discussionand Robert Sims
meeting at the home of part
Clara McKnight. At this meet- YMCA fellowship. McBride promises an interest- I
Augusta Baker, supervisor of the children's ing Charmettes began finalizing Jaycee President William ing and stimulating afternoon.
department of New York City's Public Library is in plans for their Spring'
town conducting an institute in "Story Telling." Our Fantasy Ball, to be held Sat-
own Hazel Dorsett, famed for her telling of children's urday, April 2 at Bayfront Park
stories was hostess to a dinner party in Dr. Baker's Auditorium. Charmettes discussed
honor at her 55th street home. their many social and a'+ d
civic activities scheduled this,
club year, the most important
Commissioner M. Athalie Range was guest speaker -
being the contest for "Miss
at the First Annual for all
Banquet Laymen Minis- Junior Charmette." Miss Sandra -
terial on Tuesday, March 24 at Johnson Hall. Included Murray, a student at Notre
on the program were Jerome Trapp, Ulysses Mor- Dame Academy, is the reigningteen.
ris, Dorothy Chaney, Linton Berrien and Rev. Thed- Proceeds from this con-
ford Johnson with Father Theodore Gibson presiding.Mr. test were contributed to the
JFK Memorial Library. 4j
and Mrs. Melvin Fox entertained for their Plans were also made for
daughter, Denise on Saturday afternoon in celebrationof contributing gifts to the girls w
her twelfth birthday. at Kendall Children's Home.
Charmettes Inc. is also proud Jii 1M I
of their NAACP life member-
Charmettes, Inc. of Miami are entertaining guestsat .
their "Spring Fantasy" dance on Saturday April 2 ship.The chief topic of discus
in the Gutfstream Room of Bayfront Park Auditorium. sion during the social hour
Bernyce Greene is president.Mrs. was the post Valentine party
given for husbands and friends
Cora Martin an ardent member of New HopeP. of Charmettes at the home of (4_ ?
B. Church won the coveted honor of "Queen" of Margaree Raiford. Charmettesand ,
their guests had a grand -- w.- .
the state at the Primitive Baptist Convention which
was held at Tampa. Her attendants were MesdamesP. time at this annual affair. 125 POTENTIAL VOTERS COULDN'T SAY NO TO GIRLS

B. Brantley of Miami and S. L. Dixon of Daytona Barbara Charmettes Rogers are is proud recuperating that- FROM PROJECT MIAMI
Beach Fla.Gamma.
and will soon be able to Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity climaxed its voter registration drive with the assis-
return to the group actively.
Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa tance of girls from Project Miami, and EOPI project designed and supervised by the
Alpha will meet at the home of Soror Marian Allen, local YWCA. Lewis Byrd, left, is seen giving these young civic workers their last
1471 NW 179th St. on Saturday, the second of April. minute instructions. On right, second front is Lucius Crawford, president of Sigma.
LOOK on right next to bus is Mrs. Ulease R. Cusseaux, one of the progr am directors. On
Mrs. Haydon Bums was guest of honor at a tea left, third from bus is the other program director, Miss Marie J. Alford. These girls :
in the home of Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder on Tuesday knocked on every door in the James E. Scott Housing Project. They were responsible '
afternoon. for 125'people registering Johnson of Miami photo.

Robert Young, Patrick Range and Clarence Ed-
wards were among the port car enthusiasts attendingthe FUTURE
Grand Prix at Sebring last weekend.

The Senior High Club of YMHA entertained 150 WITH CLUB KNIGHT BEAT
youngsters at a camp day Sunday at the YMHA center. :
Local Economic Opportunity officers selected the
kids who played games, swam and ate all the refresh- A ,
ments they could hold.

Sammy Davis Jr. is still attracting large-crowds
to his very entertaining show at the Deauville. Beau-
teous Leslie Uggams opens on Friday at the Eden FRI-SAT-SUN APRIL 1-2-3

Little Rhondrea Foster and Master Alexanderwere 1 itJ.' LYJ r1

guests on the Romper Room on Monday. RhorHrea! '

and Alexander will appear for two weeks. ):' r A1 ,, ,f;J

Mrs. Bertram Dean (Marion) was elected first vice FRANK DuBulSE
president of Dade County Association for Childhood PRESENTS
Education. Marion will attend the annual conference of

ACE that will meet in Chicago April 3-8. '.
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1 .'.i
Congratulations to Mrs. D. A. Julius, winner of a :.
five-day all expense trip to Guatemala for two, com- BIG
pliments of Aviateca Airlines.

Sympathy to the Hyler and Liberty families.Mrs. 1

Alonzo (Linnie) Fannin, attended the Elementary .
Principals Conference at Portland, Oregon.Get .
well wishes to Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting at KING OF THE BLUES .t
Jackson Memorial Hospital and Mrs. Olive P. Berry at .


Airman third class William Hanna, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Ham of 1418 NW 69th St. returned to Candidate )f And The Chicken Scratchers
Patrick Air Force Base after a brief stay at home.


March 31 Deadline,for application for Medicare

April Cancer Control Month SIR.JOHN LOUNGE PRESENTS
National Hobby Month
Teacher Career Month Freddie Green
April 1 Deadline for homestead, widow's and
church tax exemption. AT THE HAMMOND ORGAN NITELY
Deadline for registration to vote in May
April 2 LADIES
May Primary

April 3 Palm Sunday Open Every Mite Except Mon. & Wed.
April 5-6 -Passover (first two days)
April 7 World Health Day 'Match for new feature attractions every week
April 8 Good Friday
April 10 Easier STABLES FREE -
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 1, 1966 jI

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loBe I ceive one cents per PAper'
Equal bonus to be deposited U
Roosevelt Savings and Loan
Association.For .
try Whitney )(. Yow* Jr.ERCatlveDiredorNatlooal. outstanding sales.boy.
will receive a windbreak
Urban League jacket with Miami Time
"Star" Newsboy inscription

A recent announcement from the Department of Labor H
stated that the unemployment rate has dropped tl
3.7, the lowest figure since 1953. This would be heartening the
news If the figure implied that all groups
American workers shared in the expanding job opportunities
but that is not the case. For Negro workers, "",<<,i .
rate is nearly double-7 percent.
Back in May, 1961, 7 percent was the rate for the
rate for the nation, and Washington, calling it a disaster
figure initiated steps to get the economy moving S
to reduce unemployment. If massive Federal action
called for then, it is certainly called for now, to bring
Negro workers back into the economy on the same
as white workers. The traditional pattern of Negro
employment rates being double that of white
must be broken.
I fear that this need is not realized as widely as
should ne. When the 3.7 figure was announced, it
accompanied by many statements by economic commentators
who said that such a low figure is "inflationary"and
that it signalled a "labor shortage."
I have a good deal more confidence in our
than to believe that continued prosperity rests on
existence of a large pool of unemployed. If our i
society is basis on the misery of a minority than it |
does not deserve our wealth. I have enough faith in our i
system to believe that we can cure jobs for all and that ;
we can and must further reduce our unemployment rates. j
After all, people are not percentage points on an ]
index. They have families which must be supported ;
and needs which must be satisfied Their hopes and as- i
pirations must be used by society, not rejected.
discrimination and prejudice have locked many of I
our Negro citizens into unskilled, low-paying jobs, the
very jobs most likely to be automated out'of existence. \
When Negroes have been abob: to break through the barriers w
and get white-collar jobs, they are often relegatedto
the lower end of the corporate totem pole. Even education -
is not a guaranteed success. Th1i;r
Negro college graduates' median income is about
that of whites with 8th grade education. The unemployment -
rates for Negro high school graduates under 24
years old is more than twice that for white graduatesand
roughly equal to that of Negro drop-outs. And even
areas.A these figures look rosy beside those of selected ghetto a'C. J Pt

recent study of South Los Angeles, an area which
includes Watts, documents the extent to which the Ne- t M II
gro has been left out of the current economic boom. In
that section, the unemployment rate in the recession
year of 1960 was 11.3 In 1965, after the most prolonged
period of economic expansion in our nation's history,
the rate declined to 10.1-meaning that one in ten per- __:
in that section
cent are unemployed.
I should add that unemployment r atea are computedon I
estimates: of people who are actively looking for \ t
work, and neglect to take into consideration t the.significant >
numbers of people who, because of continual '
jections and frustrations, have resigned themselves toa Double worm nylon
marginal existence and have given up hope.
This is not merely a problem which afflicts minor- 3-BUTTON OR
ity groups-it has meaning for the future of our nation.
The President has waened that unless we fully utilize SHORT GLOVES
these "underemployed and unemployed" people, there
will be shortage of labor which will slow economic ex-
pansion, threaten the economy and create inflationary
pressures. It is ridiculous to pay this pri ce for continuation
of discriminatory practices.What 1
is needed is a massive effort by governmentand
private industry to hire workers and then train themin
the skills neede for today's industry. The demandsfor
skilled workers today is enormous. When,last faced popular styles 3-
with this situation,during World War II, such a massive button classic slip-ons or
effort resulted in people considered "unemployable"taking elastic wrist shorties in
their places on the assembly lines and producing and pretty Spring
for the war effort. One size fits all.
Today they can produce for our rapidly expanding
economy. Our Negro citizens are still in an economic
state of recession. U common decency and fair play are ; gro**'.f looks
not reason enough for bringing them into full participation -
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in the mainstream of American life, then continued GIRLS'NYLONSTRETCH
prospe rity certainly is.

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About five or six years ago I wrote a story abou!
my half-segregated city. At that time Negroes were ac I
cepted at a few places like, a few restaurants, a
movie or two and still had to sit on the back of the bu
and golfers could -... "'
only play on the course one day 1'7' '
week. Things were so )
confusing that a person didn't I ,
know where to go, and if he did go, he wondered if he trl.d'l
be embarrassed by someone who would say "we don't s't
serve your kind." In the super markets there were signs
that said, "white water" and "colored water" .
course, you know I had to try both of them to see if
they tasted the same. At that same time, it was impos- B
sible to find a Negro working in City or County Govern- ;14I
ment. We even had our little police station. But things ;
have changed since then. Our City of Miami has had its
facelifted and now has the best race relations in the I
entire South. Yet, there is still much to be done. Thereare
still a few places that segregate, such as the big
finance companies airline companies and insurance
companies, and most of the franchised automobile deal- r. t 7 r ,
ers; a few of the city and county Apartments could \
integrate, and add a few more qualified Negroes to their
st .ffs. Sometimes a '{egret is placed:! in a certain depart- .. ,,\",
ments just to show a black face. I do not believe that !\':
just one black face will satisfy the public any longer, I
regardless of the image. However, I must say that our
town is tie! best of all of the worst, and we can thank 4 .' ,
the leaders of both races for their consideration at the
pow wow table. I cannot call Miami my halfsegregatedcity
any more. I can cell it the city with a heart and a )
quarter and harmony.of segregation. The people here do 11 ve in peace I W.k* __

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GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Oscar Edwards.Not .

long ago I talked about the County putting
down sidewalks for the, Brownsville area. I only re-
peat this again because of the children walking to and .
from school who ''are literally walking in the middle of '
4 the street. That is another thing children walking fRI.
I. in the middle of the street and acting as if they dare a ,
driver to hit them. Parents should tell their children
i, that all drivers are not sensible and responsible people SAT.
some fool gets it in his head that the child will move '
t and when this does not happen, the child is hit and
\, may even lose his or her life. Then, if the child trips SUN.LIJJLE
in the path of one of these irresponsible people, he is .
dead. I hope the business men of Brownsville will take
this to the County Commissioners and get these badly
needed sidewalks.
appointed by Mayor Robert King High to serve on the t
Crime Investigating Committee. Of course, there are \
some other fine gentlemen on the committee and I am
sure they will do a good Job. However, the selection of
Moses on the Commission is a good move and there
should be some other appointments that could be made
using Negroes where jobs pay some sort of salary. r -
Who is Moses? Oh, that's Father Theodore R. Gibson I I J I -
last week John Lee Hooker upset the Knight: BeatA
lot of folk couldn't get in for the huge crowd I I :
Again this weekend, Frank DuBoise has pulled another I I TONY I I ..
winner-a star-studded three nights at the Knight Beat i : i
starring Big Joe Turner. Don't miss it! A rumor 'I I [ j ) I J ( 'I "' :: :
has it that Bill Miles was shot again this wasn't so; } : '
Ctrl' '
'My ThfMMN! Ills
then we heard that he was hit in the back by a man AwiyAntrko'i I
wielding a club, and that Bill fired at him well, I / J I J r 1 I t t' t J ( : ,( > r.

WHATEVER rumor around! that. former. At press Miami time City, there Judge was L. E.another Tho- : ,,. ; NtwntCO 11 YWMI Sili! | Seu $.i: '. ,;

mas was in an auto accident, and was arrested and \ I' "j l ,;, : 1 I I J ,
charged for not having his car under control. We sin- -STARRING
cerely hope that he was not hurt. Some folk do not
that the Negro policemen should get the Sgt. stripes or
back pay. That's because they didn't gave to suffer RICKI 'T' mm & GEE GEE
like those ten guys who've been working as detectivesand
receiving a pay so low that they had to moonlight aside 'W' II. Soil Irol .r' Red Hot Deuce T.a.'
down through the years to live and still be cast
like an old shoe. I hope they all get stripes, they sure 1 1 .1.
deserve them, and I also hope that they all get that ;
back pay This is your last week to register to vote.
Be sure you are not a the CONTINENTAL CLUB'All
Live life, every golden minute of it. _


Th. Very Latest In Men' Fashions

944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida




8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 11, 1966 I
"Fly Away" to A3C
pall Dionne Warrick's hit
in Hol1omon AfB, New Mexico ANNOUNCING
Round About ,Kim Eugene Weston's J. Finley"Helpless" to William J. Lee Post-A3C,
a. Barksdale AFB, La. William Bethel,
'No Man is an
TalkBY office employee dedicates Van Dykes'

Island James Brown's "Ain't That $ Groovy
This is ScooP e -
dedicated to Juanita Finley. NASSAU
man. you
ing time and tide waits oa no


Ctyton :Powell's House Committee sending Eunice Mat-
thews, Odell Clark and Don Anderson from Washington!. BAHAMA NEWSTwo

to investigate comlpaints of HARYOU Act and Youthin Owner andmanager
vessels were destroyed -
Action. The two anti-poverty agencies haven't received -
by fire within hours on
funds Beautiful Pat Dabney, daughter of March 6-7. The m.v. Dean-0
socialite Irene and Ford Dabney and Karen Van Reil, ,caught fire and sank about 200
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Reil, both Negro .yards off DrjjMJHiU* Andros. of the
girls in auto accident on interracial date-Richard Van The captain and all aboard

Druza, white driver, was killed; Jay Ward, white, was were taken ashore and broughtto R iJJ

injured, Pat seriously injured, may have second opera- Nassau by. the Sea Queen.. A +

tion. She was in the back seat with Ward. They are all?A fire wrecked and explosion the 30-foot completely Ameri-- Sir John Hotel Restaurantwants

students' Franklin Pierce College and were on their
can motor vessel San Soucci all of his friends
way back from a party at friends' home March 15 soon after she left the Current to know

New York's Mayor Lindsey so far has'done more inte- North Eleuthera. The captainand that he now also manages the Knight Beat

grating into the city's high offices than any other Mayorin his one-man crew jumped Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, Restaurant. Serving all native dishes. Famousfor
New York's history and he's only three months in overboard and swam to land. popular local businessman is
office, His work shall be,his bond. the owner of the Dive-Inn Bar conch fritters, conch salad, barbecue and

Chief Justice Earl Warren and prominent D. C. At- aaaaaaaaaaaa/ 1772 NW 79th St. Phone is souse. Serving daily from 8 a.m. to 10:30

torney William S. Thompson (Negro) left N.Y.'s Kennedy Plans are being completed 691-9431. He invites all his:
and meet p.m.
Airpotr headed for Switzerland and of branch old friends to come
a Geneva Conferenceof for the construction a DAILY SPECIAL
judges and lawyers Harry Belafonte and Martin post office at Fox Hill. The new friends.Everyone welcome. :

Lather King, taking civil rights fijrfit to Eurpe two-story building will also Boiled Fish, Stewed Conch, Crabs & Rice
have a small public library on
Rev. King was refused passport to South Africa. Se- the second floor and will be SEWING MACHINE

curity reasons The 2nd annual Le Ball des Fleurs located at a site on the REPAIR .SPECIAL .
(Debutantes Ball) of St. Marks Methodist Church March grounds of the San dlands
25 at New York's American Hotel Imperial Ballroom. School. 'Cleaned and olied'Adjust
all Earl's )
teniIonsCheck (
Gov. and Mrs. Rockefeller led Honor Guards to pay motor and Control t pow
tribute to 35 debutantes in Harlem ,. Beautiful bash- aaaaaaaaaaaa Check all wiring ES
ful model Carol Carey Howard of Riverside Drive, tooka The eighth Bahamas Musi- change needle O KpGE eR -bra LoungeWhere
$5,000 settlement from Gilman Kraft belt
ex-Playboy Mag. cal Festival had a record of Change
boss and Presi of American Theatre Press. The model 131 entries this year. The program Work don. in your home.

was suing for $100,000 after claiming her boss made started on March 7 at the Total cost..................43 old and new friends meet
"violent and tender" love to her in all of his fabulous Garfunkel Auditorium in Palm- All Work Guaranteed

pads, from downtown to Mantauck Point, L. I.-refused dale and lasted for a week, Domestic Sewing Center EARl EDWARDS, PROP.
with the final concert at Government CALL 634-6242
to marry her and called her a black prostitute and a
worthless adventuress. He supported her from 1956 to High School. Some of PHONE 759-8422 4400 N.W.1TH AYE
the Out Islands sent partici-
1962 Your Reporter is headibg for Canada to attend, pating choirs, and all' the |-

the Clay-Chuvalo championship fight-motoring up schools of the city were rep-

Brooklyn NAACP attorney, George Fleary, declaringthat resented. Several new fea-
the arrest of Horace Cates who was beaten by three tures were added, and the af- $25 DOWN rr
white boys in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn was fair was rated one of the HELLO

unlawful. They go to court this week. Police Comm. grandest festival. in the history of the aid Ride

II. R. Leary has assigned his assistant chief inspector,

Floyd Sealy and Franklin A. Thomas, deputy commis- aaaaaaaaaaaa INSTANT THERE

sioner (both Negroes) to investigate. WITH
In Los Angles, Watts, section, life is cheap. A Serious damage was avert- "CREDIT APPROVAL /
ed March when the Freeport
riot, a couple of killings, only make the day exciting Volunteer 8 Fire Department I YEAR WARRANTY I'm Nancy I'm Dolores

,. Deepest sympathy to the family of Abe Saperstein. saved a warehouse near the

founder and owner of the Harlem Globetrotters. Abe died harbor. The fire, which was 63 CORVAIR Please accept our personal invitation to r

s of a heart condition at age 63 Dionne Warwi k. said to have been caused by 4 door sedanAutomatic visit us at:
smash on Proud Land ABC-TV Atty. Willie Whiting spontaneous combustion, $55 MO MO'S LOUNGE
first Negro woman in U. S. Attorney office in Illinoi swept through 23'/j tons of
Sworn in as Chicago Magistrate. peat moss stacked in a ware- !
house at Freeport. The blaze 61 CHEVROLET 645 NW 2 AVE."OH THE CORNER F
was discovered at about 3:30 Impoloi
I Hardtop
TOP OF THE WORLD James Brown (Mr. Dy- p.m., and was out under control Automatic62BUISK S52MO
namite) big show, at Madison Square Garden, playing by the firefighters' an hour INTIMATE COZY & "JUMPIN"And
to packed house of 18,000 cheering fans.Supporting; later. cash
your payroll or checks at our
stars, The Young Rascals, The Swanee Quartet, Shan- aaaaaaaaaaaa/ government
gri Las' "I Can't: go Home Anymore," Slim Hoppo, Electra 225 package store.

"Come Scratch my Back," Lou Christie, Lightening Mrs. Edith Dupuch, 78 diedat Full power $69 MO.
Strikes Twice." James Brown and the Famous Flames the Princess Margaret Hos- Factory Air

gave veryone a lesson in professional entertainment. pital March 6. She is{ survivedby
New York Big Soul Station WWRL's Enoch Gregory two sons, Jimmy and Alfred 61 1 FORD 1

soul disc jockey is heading to Miami soon BB King Dupuch; one daughter, Mrs. Galaxie2dr.
Annie Russell, a brother, Ernest $49 MO. NOW PLAYING
and Reed with Hardtop
Jimmy along Bobby Blue Bland rocked Merrill and nine grand-
125th Street's Apollo last week and closed with a big children. V8 Automatic DRIVE-IN THEATRE

party at Boston Road Ballroom Thursday night .

George Hudson, disc spinner of WNJ R, presents special have Schools sent the in first Ontario shipload, Canada of SO 4 door OLDSMOBILE 1st Time at Regular Prices "Aj rf
Gospel USA at the Apollo Theatre this week featuring Hardtop
9,000 desks and
10 Loaded
'James Cleveland and Singers, Dixie Humming Birds, tons of school books and supplies J39MO. CHARLTON SOPHIAHESTONLOREN
The Caravans, The Gospelaires and the Rev. Cleophus to schools in the Baha-

Robinson, Adolph Caesar, famous star of the Blacksis mas. The consignment arrived
understudy of Malvilio in play Twelfth Night at Freeport, Bahamas, Feb. 60 BUICK
15 and was given free trans- 4 door, hardtop r t4
Playwright-actor Lonnie Elder has joined the staff of
portation by Also
Mobilization for Youth's Cultural Art Program Ella Lines "Out Islander."Shipping Full power $490; .
Fitzgerald at the Americana Royal Box Club Sam George Mason, coordinatorof Air

and Dave recording took them all in New York sales, 'Operation School Sup- 61 FALCON
"You Don't Know" and "Wait For me. I'm Coming." plies," who came from Canada 2 door sedan .f I
said the gifts resulted from a del $ M0. '
MIAMIANS IN NEW YORK The Beautiful teen report from "private Canadian I iI I' tJL
sources in the Bahamas."
age daughters of Herbert Jones, trumpet playing musi- 60 PONTIAC ;
cian, Priscilla and Jennifer, enjoying James Brown 2 door hardtop $44 MO I
show at Madison Square Garden Digging the soul Loadedl!
The second j
Rock and Roll at the Garden also were Calvin Cam- annual Heart
Ball held at the Sheraton Brit
bridge and George Wilkerson Kenneth JohnsonKL ish Colonial Hotel Feb. 12 53 CHEVROLET I

( ) is a subway motorman up from the ranks. Many was a decided success. More 2 door, VS :
$34,MO. ,
Miamians are in New York's transit dept. Some of them that $20,000 was raised for Automatic : s

are Harold Knowles, Dan Powell, Lionel Bain, sunway the Bahamas Heart Foundation. ';" :
and Willie Thompson (Sugarman), bus driver Alice 2 door, hardtop it
Wilson (very lovely) sends regards to all of her friendsin _V8 Automatic S24MO

Miami, _and many thanks for the nice time they show East Coast WE SAMUEL BRONSTONrABtNS
ed her during her Christmas holiday bisit Write WANT, NEED AND ; '

her at Hotel Newton, Brooklyn Sonji Clay, torch TailorsFEATURING APPRECIATE YOUR 1 Show Only

singer (ex-Mrs. Cassius Clay) at Pittsburgh's Frankie's THE NEW BUSINESS at B:]) ,

Band Box-waiting for the Heavyweight Champ to pay DAK SLACK SUIT FAMILY ;;.sura f
up the alimony or go to court. Decision April 1. .Unclaimed Pants for Solo TKMIIIWIA ussacame''

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April ), 1766 V
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?: ;i.I i.r i. Phil OssoferThe truth Liberals in Chnrot's recognize teachingsthat the proceed what methods with. We are are needed not unit-to

we must love one another, ed in these methods, and must
real battle of our ago that we are all brothers and situation was explained when
is the battle of every age: that we must help one ant Franklin D. Roosevelt was r
I ,the fight between liberals and other. asked, "Why do conserva-
consecutives. Liberal people Someone once said, "The tives seem to be united and
want to uplift the underprivi- only thing that is permanentis the liberals divided?" He an-
;,, leged, and conservativeswant change." The world moveson swered."There are many waysto
to keep things as they and we must move with it. go forward,but only one way
are. There are also super- The change we see about us to stand still.IIReglst.r
conservatives who want to is waking towards the unityof
bring back the "good old man and his world. This is Now
et cays." ("Daze" is a betterwo what Isaiah and Christ foretold
il, in my opinion,) Theseare many years ago. Why holdit
t) 1 1AVt the people who display back? looks
i replicas of the confederateflag We have been given the
on thenf cars, and sometimes direction, and must decide Close Sat.IORY' .
wear KKK unifroms.
r rI They are satisfied to keep
I r R u J slums because they believe
that those who exist there are
content and want nothing bet-
ter. Conservatives want to
keep racial segregation be 1 BEOUTSTANDING
cause they think that the Ne w
gro is happier in that state.
To quote: "We got along so a
well until those Northern intruders -

THOSE WERE THE GOOD OLD DAYS Progress came along.for oneself" can \ IN

come only through progressfor
Dave Bondu probably USed this ancient picture of he and Sammy Davis Jr. when all. Little do these con-
he talked him into coming over to the Brownsville Community Center Friday after- servatives realize that by THE
noon. The "young" people pictured are Dave, Sammy, Milton Berle, Jo Thompson holding others back they are \
Dunmore, Helen Bush and Mayme Bondu, Oh, to be young again! holding themselves back. As s..3
Booker T. Washington puts it: ) EASTER
SAMMY DAVIS VISITS "THE MAN IN POVERTY" "You can't keep a man downin
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO a ditch unless you stay
Sammy Davis Jr., "Mr. Wonderful" of show busi- CHURCH SUNDAY there with him." PARADEIN

ness, is appearing at the Deauville Hotel for two nights
(tonight and tomorrow nights.) He has consented to ac- .t1NNN.tifa.N.J.NNA.NNN I

cept the invitation of Dave Bon du, associate directorof [ r )
the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc., to say helloto ,
his friends at the Brownsville Community Center, stylists are badly needed throughout
2741 NW 49th Street on this Friday at 5 p.m. Sammy the United States. We will train you in only 1\\ YOURS
said he'd like to say hello to all of his fine people who
three weeks, to qualify for immediate high r
live in the poverty pocket, since they cannot afford to II FASHIONAs
come and see him in person. Admission is free and Sam- paying position.

my is going to talk to his folk about voter registration,
jobs, schools and welfare. Other dignitaries invited Little As $17.99 SIZE 3 to 15

will be our City Commissioner, Mrs. Athalie Range, ,DOMINIQUE ACADEMYOF 6-20
Mayor Chuck Hall and Father (Moses) Gibson (I call
him this because he led the Negroes across Dade Coun- 6112 NW 7th Ave.
ty.) Of course, there will be Richard Weatherly, direc- WIG STYLING Jw S Edison Center
tor of EOPI and Fletcher Paschal of the EOPI. Bondu .
I (J Open Every Evening'AHflON
and Sammy once worked together at Ciro's on Miami
195 NW 14th St. 70Q Lincoln Rd Mall SHO fI till 9 P.M.
Beach when Dave was house M.C. The arrangement forSammy's
Phone 379-6600
appearance were made by Sammy's Public Relations :
We invite charge
man, former 'JVC Police Commissioner, Billy ...fal ...t...NH..Nfa..O ...........1 your
Rowe. The Dave Akins Trio will play a few selectionsfor
Sammy. Frank Duboise and His Chicken Scratcherswill
also be on hand. Forner Miami City Judge John D. Join theNAACP

Johnson, is the Brownsville Community Center director

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 1, 1966

I Mays High SchoolAt Science Fair Exhibit ExeepfionnlTRITIOW I I Ih

the Mays High Science mas Mills, Difference in Reactions
Fair held on March 9 and 10 to Auditory Stimulants ,
the projects exhibited were of Leon McKay, Effects of Chlor- I
exceptional quality. Most stu- promazine on T-Maze Learning -
dents were engaged in projects ; Ernestine Green, Separa- I
currently under investigation tion of Chloroplast Pigments LiCONCWiI
by research scientists Ora Jean Malone, Effects of
The superior winners of the Alcohol on Rats Paulette
Senior High Division were: Jackson, The Effects of Tem- .
Lewander Lassiter, Com- perature on The Growth of : : r rPROCgDURE
bined Effects of Aldrin and Bacteria.
DDT With Librium on the Science Fair participantsin a 2 '
Heart of the Mouse Jacquelyn the Senior High divisionwere r-i 43 N
Branch, The Disease-Sickle sponsored by Alvin Bry- ; '
Cell Anemia Mildred Hall, ant, Mrs. Rosalie Ehart and
The Effects of Birth Control Raymon Larry.
Pills Edna Cooper, Utilizing The winners in the Junior
Chemicals to Control The Pri- High Division were: Superior
mary Organ Ridiments by Influencing winners: Robert James Arthur,
The Gradient Sys- Rocketry excellent winners M T
tem of Chicken Eggs. Koby O. George, Blood Coagu- a \ t CNt4a
Anette Bailey, Serial Learning lants. Honorable mention:
,Willie Waters, Visual Cliff Shirley Monroe, The Effect of J TNt PRIMARY
Discrimination, Albertha Wil- Different Colored Lights and RUBIMENTt
liams, The Effect of Cigarette Soil on Plants Cynthia M. INFLUEMCINQ r&i
Tobacco on The Skin Ca- Jones, Nutrition Joseph + GRADIENT THE ryprL s i
thina Akin, The Effect of Insulin James, Decomposing Water by & ;M OF
on Chick Development Electrolysis Ametta Williams
Linda Kemp, The Effects of The Nutritional Requirements I
Vitamin D on Mice Reproduction of Excise Bean Embryos Lar-
; Sandra McLain, The Ef- ry Watson, The Effects of
fects of Temperature on Dro- Antibiotics on Amoeba Char-
sophilia Larvae William Mc- lene Williams, The Effects of
Cormick, A Comparative Drugs Through The Skin
Analysis of The Influence of Owenarvia Cooks, The Ef-
a Good and Polluted Water fects of Different Colored
Habitat Roberta Martin, A Lights on Gold Fish and Their
Comparative Study of The Influence Feeding Habits; Alethia Wingo
of Saacharin and Su Experiments With Guppies
garyl 1 on The Growth of Rats Danny Spivey, The Effects of
Jennette Monroe, A Comparative Anethetics on Amoeba.
Study of The Effects of The teachers working with
Maleic Anhydride and Gibber- the junior high students were:
illic Acid on The Growth of Lonnie Walker, Mrs. Margaret
E. coli Bacteria La Tanya Wright, head of the science
Mcknight, Periodontitis Ale- department and James Mar-
thiea Williams, The Uptake of
p32 in Common Water Snails of these projectswere
Barbara Fountain, The Effectof entered in the Ford Fu-
Pesticides on Rats Minnie ure Scientists of America
Fletcher, The Effects of Ra- National competition and some
di ation on The Growth of Com- will be entered into the South
mon Algae. Florida Regional Science Fair
competition. Many of these
Honorable mention winnersat
the Senior High level: Henry protects will be on display to .
Etta Render, The Effectsof the general public at the Per- [ ., -I
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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. Aarill.I 1Q/K 11

I $87 Million N. Carolina Mutual Opens $6 Million .Rid I

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On April 1, 1966, the North Spaulding's duties included than $355 million and
arolina Mutual Life Insurance managing and cleaning the of- assets are more than J35 mil-
ornpany will begin a two- fice, traveling for the com- lion.
ay observance of the formal pany and clerical work. The
jening of its new home office Soon after the company's Charter was
company amended in
1919 and its
gilding located at 411 West began
policy- name was changed to "North
Hill Street, Durham.
hapel holder died suddenly after Carolina Mutual Life Insurance
The sculptured concrete paying a few weekly premi- Company."
id glass tower rising 12 ums. This death claim was for The company limited its
ones above a podium was $40. The three members of the operations to North Carolina
cupied in August, 1965. Triumvirate, Merrick, Moore*i until 1904 when it began to ex-
to building provides and Spaulding paid this claim pand its territory. It entered
'5,000 sq. ft. of office fa- from their personal finances.The South Carolina in 1904, Georgia
lilies, plus parking for 300 income of the com- in 1911, Virginia in 1915
itomobiles. Cost was over pany was $393 in 1899, and the District of Columbia in
i million. the amount of insurance in 1916 Maryland and Tennessee
The initial step toward or- force was $247 with assets of in 1918, Pennsylvania in 1938 :11111 iI
mi ration of the North Caro- $350. The present annual income New Jersey in 1953, California -
la Mutual Ufe Insurance exceeds $19 Million, in 1961 and Illinois in
:mpany was made by John the insurance in force is more
jrrick, a Durham barber. On 1962.The
company now operates
tober 20, 1898, he organizJ 35 district offices in eleven
a committee composed of .
states and the district of
Dr. A. M. Moore, a medical .. ,t<... Columbia.I lit.b ,_
doctor P. W. Hawkins, T. D. a .
Although the
company was
Watkins, W. 0. Pearson, E. A. .'
organized as a mutual as-
Johnson and J. E. Shepard.On . .. sessment association, no ex-
February 2. 1899, by a ,. tra charges or assessmentswere
special act of the legislature .. ever levied upon its
of North Carolina it was in- 4; policyholders. Instead, the
corporated with the motto: "'''AiiMt.l association began operatingon I''
"Merciful to all" written in the legal teserve basis in
the Charter. The organization 1909 and amended its Charter I
began business on April to that effect in 1913.
1, 1899 as the North Carolina Group insurance, hospitalization 1 Hi,!]
ciation.Mutual and Provident Asso and retirement pro-
grams provide generous fringe _
The first office of the com- benefits to the more than YI _
pany was located in Dr.Moore's 1500 employees. _
office on Main Street near the
location of the Durham County r !
Court House. i
The first home office build-

ing was constructed on Par- START WORK TODAY.!
rish Street in 1906. It was a
A Public Service Ov.r
two-story building which was tw
20 Years I
later remodeled and enlarged
to six stories. Dr. Asa T. Spauldin Live In Maids +
During the second year of Cook Bus BoysDishwash.rs
operation five of the seven The North Carolina Mutual Port.rsGas
Life Insurance Station Drivers ... D
organizers withdrew from the Company of as
Hotel & Horn Molds iiah
organization. The companywas Durham N. C. dedicates in
w. Appreciate YourBusiness
reorganized with John new $6-million home office =
Merrick, President Dr. A. M. building this weekend. Dr.
Moore, Secretary-treasurer, and Asa T. Spaulding is presi- flIF
C. C. Spaulding, who joinedthe dent of the company, believedto R 933828IJlt1"1
organization a few months be the largest and richest
after the company began busi- Negro owned business in 11 H.E. 5th Str..t
ness, general manager. Mr. America.

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I' 'Mrs. Annie Bowens of 1280

CARDS E IORIALSDEATHS NW 57th St. died Match 24.

Survivors include three daughters +lf+
: Erdell Bowens, Dorothy

West and Alicia (}rant; one

sister Evelyn Stewart Services

The family of the late RESIDENT 37 YEARSServices family of the late Saturday April 2 at St. John f

ROBERT JOHNSON ... ,. NORMAN BOLDS aptist church.

would like to thank their many
wishes to express heartfelt friends and neighbors for Sam Clark of 2172 NW 47th
thanks and
appreciation to incom
St. Arrangements are
the r your sincere sympathy, your
words florals, plete.
consoling I 11r
neighbors and friends for acts
cards and dona
of kindnesses and sympathy'durina tions. Samuel E. Daniels of 1130 NW

their breavement. Special thanks to Mrs. 64th St. died March 24 at

Thanks for cards, telegrams, Alice Jones, Clarence Jones,. Miami Northwestern where he
floral pieces and cars. Seaboard Airline Machinist a student. Survivors are his
Special thanks to Rev. L. y The mother Lillie Washington;
; Helpers, and all the Seaboard ,
A. Thompson and
pastor mem-
brothers Anthony, Major, Harry
rrv employes who took time out :
bers of Temple Baptist Church, Hollman and Ronnie Will-
render their
from their jobs to
the Francis Funeral home and
service. lama:; four sisters,; Georgia
the captain and members of the .
And to Rev. Ira McCall, Hollman, Cherry ,
Miami Post of the Veterans of
and Mattio
Bertha Hadley
Tev. Fred J. Hicks, and the "
Foreign Wars, the Rev. Ira Range Funeral Home for their Williams. Other relatives and # ,.
McCall and others. Z 4 '
friends. Services Saturday
splendid services.Mrs. 7 '
Mrs. Leanna Johnson, wife April 2 at 10 a.m. at New -
Annie Bell Bolds,
The Johnson Family for King Liberty Hope Baptist. x t.ta,. tr
Wife and Family --- --
of 1711 NW 62nd Terr., a resident -
of Miami for 37 years Will Fain, 1741 NW 89th Terr Shown above are members of the steering committee -

I CARD OF THANKS will be at Greater Bethel AME IN MEMORIAM died Thursday, March 24. of District 10, South Florida Council, Boy Scoutsof

Church at 4 Saturday. He Survivors are three daughters
The family of the lat P.m. America leadership training committee mapping
__.._.u___ _____ passed in his sleep early In sad but loving memory of Edna Samuels, Myrtle Gibson
Monday rooming. of our dear father and grand. and Ursula Harris; one son plans for the leadership training course to be held at

Survivors include his Wilbur Wilson. Services Wed- Earlington Heights Elementary School,4750 NW 22 Ave

wife, Eunice; two brothers: father.T.. B. STEWART nesday, March 30. on Saturday, April 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Houston of Detroit, Mich., who departed this life March More than twenty scout leaders and potential scout
and Luie of Rochester New Mrs. Agnes Faison of 2147
leaders are expected to take part in this training ses-
died March
NW 46th St. 25.
York; nine sisters: Mrs. La- May he rest in peace and
gree Jackson of Pahokee, light perpetual shine upon Survivors are Husband, Henry; sion.

I ; Fla; Mrs. Orea Fryer of Al- him. four daughters, Katherine Scouter Robert P. Young, district 10 leadership

bany New York; Mrs. Ressie Richardson, Fostine Young, training chairman states that the following scouters
t1' Reynolds of Ft. Gaines, Ga.; Eddie Stewart, a sister and Rudene Britt, and Carrie Bell ,
will instructors
Mrs. Willie D. Morgan, Mrs. FamilyIN Foster, one brother James E. serve as :

& Georgia Richardson, Mrs. Tru- Martin. Final rites in Fitzgerald The Boy Scout Program Leroy A. Smith; the

zell, Mrs. L. V. HalldockMrs. MEMORIAM Ga. Patrol Method, Richmond Blackshear; Program Plan-

Thelma Davis, Mrs. Martine ning, S. Clinton Stinson; Advancement and Troop Fi-

SY Spears, all of Daytona Beach, In loving memory of my mother Marvin Henderson of 1767 NW nance, Astrick MackBoy Behavior, James Gay; Den
died March
Fla. other relatives and friends. 3 Ave. #12 27.
Range Funeral Home is in RUBY JEWELL THOMASwho survivors are mother, Gertrude Mother Courses, Samuel Culmer, Mrs. Mattie Blake,

Charge. departed this life March Boles; other relativesand Mrs. B. Warren and Pack Administration, Willie Nelson.

r III 27, 1965. rime ad. Services will be Photo by Glamour.

You are constantly in my Friday, April 1 at 4 p.m. in the
memory. chapel.
wish to express sincere
thanks to everyone for their In sad but loving memory Arthurine Chavis, daughter Mrs. Dorothy Jones Jimenez of WITHOUT HIDING( BEAUTY
kind words, letters, cards of our dear father died March o
100 NW 12th St. 27. o + CUSTOM MADEITS fli
telegrams and flowers and all ----
Survivors are husband, Frank;
that was done for us during our IN MEMORIAMIn PLASTIC FURNITURE fJJ
mother, Mrs. Christine Shaw; ;
hours of bereavement.
memory of our dear brother, Samuel Berry Jr.; SLIP COVERS
Special thanks to Rev.W. sister Services Friday April 1 at 12 CRYITAL C1IAIHIAVY
J. Macon and officers and .AU'I
BULAH SCOTT noon at Highway Christian e LON LASTING q
members of First
Church of Apostolic Faith. '
Church of Bunche Park, Range *ee N.wR who passed away March 11, C FULLY UAftANTIIOHUtt

Funeral home, American Legion 1956. We love her, but God t
Johnson of
Mrs. Carrie S -
Post 245, Bunche Park loves her best. IIOIIIIIA.. .rl1a TR
1551 NW 61 St. Apt. 6 died SNIP ASRIATIRI.L
Social Club, other friends, March 26. Arrangements are / NULLS
and relatives. Mrs. Maude Jackson, sister ALUMINRN iRlt ISTIMATs
husband Mrs. Mamie Warren, sister incomplete.Mrs. e SPECIALIZING
From Albert
; All, Shill CALLS
children and father.
Mary Mosely of 1812 NW SLIP COVERS NIGHT

69 St. died March 24. Survi- EXCLUSIVELY
IN MEMORIAM vors are husband Joe; two / ONIWl
House ol Gretchen 7-50JI
sons Joe and Tyrone one

In memory of our loving motherELIZABETH sad but loving memoryof sister, Bessie Clayton; three Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Covers
our loved one who was'
brothers James, Simon and
husband, father and grandfather -
1 Preston McNeaL. Services Fri-

,." ,. i". and brother, day, April 1 at 4 p.m. at
'1 FRED MATTHEWSwho Walker's Temple. Uinroln ffletitorml $htrh

t 1, departed from these shores i
r .
Lk p.a March e 31, 1957. Frank Park of 1255 NE 135 You do Not have to own Grave Space In LINCOLN

i a f. ISAAC L. SMITH SR. Although it has been nine died March 24. Survivors area MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW 46 ST. to bury loved

who departed this life April I l it seems like yesterday.Mrs. daughter, Elmira Brinson. on.$. Just Toll your funeral director this is your wish.It .

ry r 4, 1956. Rosalie Matthews, Services were held Tuesday. will be don.

r The ChildrenIN Mrs. Mazie Lee Davis, Infant Early Mae Wims, daughter A 2 mo. pre-need grave space sale now going on.

daughterMrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Robe rt

Paulette McPhee Wims of 1844 died March 26. NE 4-4197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 1.9199THOUGHTFUL

granddaughterJudith Funeral services held April

MEMORIAMIn Miles, 1, Friday in the chapel at 10

sad but loving memoryof granddaughter a.m.

PLl our dear grand and great Herbert & Izaih Matthews

grand mother brothers Willie C. Washington of 4100

MRS. BETTY ROSS 'SW 28th St. and 1157 NE 77thSt. .-f'. ;".'," I

who departed this life March Fire-Safety died March 23. Survivorsare ? '

wife Camilla and many ; i.i/ .
31, 1964. 1 ,., ,. '
We often sit and think of you other relatives. Services were .,.,. ....<.. r/,'"
and how you passed. Inspection held Monday in the chapel. 1!8""-:'<.t".,. 7';.

You could not say goodbye 1I 1i I tf;'., .. /.. $
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HOUSTONwho Before you closed your eyes. OfferedFree i -1.

departed this life March i The blow was hard, the pain i (.

I 23, 1964. We love you mother, severe, only those who've fire-safety Inspector FRANCIS. ,

but God loved you best. lost can feel the pain of part- and advisory service will be I II t ,
Ernest Higgs 1423 NW >
without farewell.Mrs. available April 1-30 to all'. "'"'
The Children 63rd St. died March 23. Fu- \1 BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur
Irma F. Parlins, City of Miami householders in 1neral I services Saturday April :

granddaughterWalter single-family. dwellings and*I 2, 2 P.m. at St. Peters American ability and desire to
Parlins Jr. Catholic church. Survivors I
CARD OF THANKSThe period marks the Miamifire .. out wishes together
grandsoninlawWalter include four sons : .. carry your

family of the late Parlins IIgreat department's annual Home Albert, Orion, Emanuel and ) with our experience,
Safety Fire
Inspection Month.
EMANUEL WILLIAMS grand son Clarence, one daughter Eze- ,
heartfelt Newell Ross, Fire Chief L. L. Kenny Ina; 2 brothers and a sister. mean a service that is
express said this free service will be
thanks and appreciation to the granddaughter '.' conducted with beauty and
rendered only to householderswho :;
Patricia Thomas, Baby Girl Speller, infant daughter r .f' "
of .
friends for acts
numerous great grand daughter invite the visiting firemen of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie !I m "/ understanding-to comfort.Iii" .
kindness and sympathy during
into their homes to look for fl ,
Lee Speller of 400 NW 17th St.
its bereavement. Thanks for fire hazards. c/V:
died March 24. Graveside ser- ,
floral pieces, 'cards and cars. .
"Our will be .
Special thanis to Eld. B.J. CARD OF THANKSThe men on every vices held at Paradise. .I.... ; .
residential block in Miami
McCormick, James Cash, guidance family of the late said, Kenney. "They will ,be '-.:.;, '. "My Father in Heaven, help/
me never to forget Thy love
counselor of B.T.W. high
looking for fire hazards
school, Bishop D.D. Arline, MAUDE DEAN HUNTERwho violations and will not go, not into REGISTER TO VOTE it /looks up to me in the

Eld. M. J. Harrison and ElderL. passed away March 17, any home without being ( I \ beauty of the flower ."

V. Wilson.Mr. 1966 in New York City acknowledges invited." Don't b. left out. Have ,-' John Henry Jowett

and Mrs. Henderson with grateful appreciation > Kenney said that more than something to say about '. ''' Oscar L.
the ind
Green and Family of on .expressions '75 per cent of personal burns your local, state and national Range1t
your sympathy.The
Evangelist Louise Collins, and fire deaths occur homes,
grandmother and that three fires out of four gov.rnm.nt. / Funeral Home

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''I ATTENTION ; tt lo ::1In arh1trt uiW a y N: ; }.,;.. .

'CHURCH REPORTERSChurch '. ; ,0,> :1' .':*.: \Jl'i.. ."', r" ::. J


Issue must 1t.'ln our office I A. L. Shipp, pastor
no later than 7 o'clock Men t i Evelyn L. Souter, reporter

day.v.ning.. Publication of Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar of America's most
Choir No. 2 would like to
news roceivoa1 after that On Sunday last the Episcopal ; distinguished journalists, Er-
tl", cannot bo guaranteed Churchwomen of the Trans"figuration win D. Canham, will speak in thank each g 6up fo f participating -

sponsored their on its musical program
Dinner Key Auditorium on
i Third Annual Passion Sunday Tuesday, April 5. His talk is Friday night, also Rev. O. W.

Musicale and presented the on "The Spiritual Revolu- West and congregation for a FIRST BAPTIST

BETHLEHEM BAPTIST r [ wonderful ten Little Angels to tion." It will begin at 8 p.m. wonderful service at 3 P.m.

a capacity crowd. Little Thom- and is open to the public. on their anniversary. Miss BROWNSVILLERev

1475 NW 58th Terrace r asena Johnson, daughter of Admission is free. Dorothy M. Wilfork was crown-

Rev. Oscar West, pastor Mr. and Mrs. T. Oscar John- Mr. Canham is editor in ed Miss Choir No. Two, Miss W. W Davis, pastor

p son and sponsored by Mrs. chief of the Christian Sci- Barfield, second and Miss Mrs. Donelle Turner, reporterW.

There comes a time in the Lillian Smith was crowned ence Monitor, an Intmjationa'l l Annie L. Shipp, third.

life of everyone when a word Little Miss Angel of the Trans- daily published in Boston.' Easter Sunrise service will

.' of encouragement in this daily figuration for 1966. He is a Rhodes Scholar begin at 5:30 a.m. The pastoris

life is needed. Thd pastor, 11V Tickets are now on sale for who has served as president asking both choirs and t.

officers and members express the Church's annual boat ride. of both the American Society usher boards to please be at

their appreciation and thanksto Date: April 29, Friday at 8 of Newspaper Editor and the their post

both our youths and those p.m. United States Chamber of We are asking all that are st
who participated on the youth's HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE Commerce and also as an
not registered to
fourth anniversary. It was a Palm Sunday: Church Alternate American Delegateto please do so before April 1.
School and confirmation instruction United Nations General
huge success. Special thanksto the The women of the churchare

Deloris Williams, Cassandra 9:30: a.m., Blessing Assembly. His current posi- sponsoring a state tea

Howard, Gloria Howard, -- '. .Y"7.-NNKdPV.Y.INa1 and distribution of palms, tions include service with a
April 17 at Liberty Square
Solemn Mass and The 1
Song number of government com-
Rosa Mae Newberry, Mrs. The Rt. Rev. William P. center from 4 to 6 p.m.
Corrine Kendcrlck and Mrs. Young, founder-bishop ofYoung's Story of the Cross in song, pissions, public institutions,
the choir. and
presented by 10.45a.m. corporations.
Rubie Delaughter for a job Spiritual Holiness
Solemn Outdoor proces- EASTER SUNRISE
well done.
Temples of God in Christ of

The speakers, Rev. I. S. Kansas City, Chicago, De- sion.North Dade 5 p.m.High music School by Band.the BAPTIST MINISTERS SERVICE AT

Clark and Bro. Terry Joseph troit, Philadelphia, New York,
Solemn Evensong and Bene- MARINE STADIUMAn
gave the parents and the New Jersey, Florida and the
diction. 6 p.m. Low Mass,
youths a fireside chat of Islands, is shown boarding Council met Wednes- sunrise service
Monday through Wednesday 8 Easter ,
spending one of the seven Pan American Airlines planeat day at St. Luke Baptist Church
p.m. Maundy Thursday, Solemn first of its kind at Miami Ma
Miami International Airport with Chaplain Turner leadingthe ,
days wnfh God. will under-
..I Sung Mass and Maundy Thurs- rine Stadium, get
enroute to Jamaica for further devotion. The P. W.
The business meeting of
day Liturgy. 8 p.m. Good Fri- way_ a} 5:20 a.m. April 10.
the church is 8 P.m. Friday. study in Ocult Science and day, The Mass of the Pre- Williams, Bible expositor, The nondenominationaltheme
Please be time. Metaphysics, tutored by High was dynamic in his exposition "
on Sanctified. 7 a.m. Meditationon "God is Alive, will H. Holloway
Priest Rev. A. Bafritt for the week and
Why cook at home when the BS the "Seven Last Words" of everyone be presented by Ben Hader,
BD, DD PSD MsD PhD. and enjoyed his teaching.
of Bethlehem Christ the Cross. 12 noon
on Pres-
women are preparing pastor, Key Qscayne
We the members of the
to accept .local well The entire staff ministers
organ- to There will be din-
it dinners at 3151 NW 3 p.m. a byterian Church.A .
ized church in St. was invited by President T. First Baptist Church of
[$ 61st St. The Waltons and par- ner sale following this serviceby special 40-voice choir,
ish of Kingston, Jamaica, min- Johnson to attend a breakfast Brownsville invite you to
the St. Veronica's Ch
1452 NW 53rd St., the Le- under the direction of Fred-
Countes. istered by High Priest Barritt, For delivery call 685-2001. at St. John Baptist Church, erick Koehler, will be accompanied hear a week of old fashion

Kingston, is the birthplace of Holy Saturday Confession 5p.m. Saturday, March 18 at 8:30 by organist Harold gospel preaching by the Rev.

Mary I. Hopkins, reporter Bishop Young's father, Willie by ap ointment. Sacra- a.m.A Wark. Both have appeared in W. H. Holloway of Albany,
Young and the late Honorable ment of Holy Baptism, 6 p.m. meeting of the Ministerial l' New York and other metropolitan Ga. beginning March 28 thru
Marcus Garvey, Provisional Alliance will be held April 5 and April 1. Come out and hear

President of Africa, and tound- at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, concert centers this wonderful man.METROPOLITAN.
MARTIN MEMORIAL AM E have been active in sacred
er of the Universal Negro Im- NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Rev. E.T. Graham,pastor. All
music together for 25 years.
provement Association (UNIA) ministers connected with the
RICHMOND HEIGHTS in which Bishop Young was W. E. Sims, pastorA. same are asked to be presentand Guest soloists include
Rev. R. H. Jaohnson operatic student Dierdre Ben- AME
active Li,
l on Detroit. Stephens, reporter on time.
noit of New Haven and local
Naomi Holton
reporter Last Sunday services were Rev. Thedore Johnson, pres. businessman Ray Morgan who Rev. J., J. Williams, pastor

The pastor, officers and wonderful throughout the day. Rev. Harold, P.R. Chairman is well known in evangelistic M. Y. Bannerman, reporterWe

members, of .Martin_,Memorialhad ST. MARY'S W.M. Our pastor delivered the circles. were blessed with three
morning message. Our No. 2
wonderful services) the Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Arrangements at the sta new members last Sunday, who
choir wish to thank all of GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
entire day March 27. Miss Dorothy Major, reporterWe dium include free doughnutsand will be fellowshipped or

We are very happy to have their many visiting friends coffee and parking, according Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. All

had the Rev. W. H. Allen and had a wonderful day and New Hope at large for the to general! chairmanTed officers are asked to be pre
his warm fellowship and coopera- Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor Place.
congregation Sunday night. last Sunday. Choir No. 2 ob- sent. We also had baptism. Infant -
Willie J. Beard, Reporter
tion in making their anniversary -
The choir, under the direction served a very successful an- Asheley Arrington Hep-

of Mrs. Willie Mae James, niversary. The chairman Mrs. a success. The presi- Services on last Sunday burn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-

3 sang till the power of the Gladys Roberts wishes, to dent, Deacon Isiah Spencer were as usual. The Junior ST. JAMES AME ford Hepburn.Or .

says again, many thanks to Church and in Sunday
Lord came down. thank all the choirs and friends pastor were evening, the
The church is planning its that participated the each and everyone of you. charge. April with its showers and "Spiritual Kings of Harmony"

annual Men's Day which will on pro- Men's Day chairman and Quarterly report of membership Eastertide comes to the front rendered an after service

be the fourth Sunday in April.A gram.Palm co-chairman, Deacon Sam at Macedonia (Jan. to and in the spotlight in the program for the benefit of

high spiritual day is being Sunday procession Davis and Deacon L. J. Fisher Mar.) Christian experience 10; Calendar Club Rally with Mrs. Men's Day. This program was
will leave
planned by the chairman, Albert the church 3:30 are working zealously to Restoration 2: Baptized 7; Amanda Cox in the driver's certainly enjoyed.

G. Hepburn, co-chairman, p.m. The route will be: From triumph over the past annual total 19.The seat.Last Men's Day will come off on
the church south to 46th St. Sunday the Marchites
'John L. Fryar and committees. day. Mark your calendar for Helping Hand Club APril 14)EASTER
west to 10th Ave., south to this occasion April wishes to thank each and presented a very fine program
and 24.
Members friends ask-
are 50th St., east tp 8th Ave., everyone for their loyal cooperation in climaxing their drivefo
ed to give us their support on Let us continue to pray f the
south on 8th Ave., back to the in helping to make month. Mrs. Louise SUNRISE
this occasion for the sick and shutins. Com-
and all other church. their Woods and her group are to be
anniversary a success.FELLOWSHIP .
activities. munion service will begin at
commended for their splendid
There will be sunrise ser- SERVICEEaster
Love least was held on vice Easter Sunday morning 7 p.m. Sunday. work done. The report made

Friday. It was/nofattended; as which will begin at 4 p.m. was $1.428.75- with still more Sunrise services
we 1 as it should have been monies to be rollected. will be held on the Swee-
Breakfast will be served Immediately GRACE PRESBYTERIAN By Richard J. McGhaney
and the pastor would like fort after service.r Steward Board No. 3 will ing's Estate, 2148 NW 4th St.,
all members to attend church the Whither shall I go from thy be selling dinners Saturday at Fort Lauderdale, Easter Sun-

services. Congratulations to Spirit? Whither shall I flee the home of MrsMagdalene day at 5:30 a.m. Guest speaker -

Elks Lodge fo f the magnificent from thy presence? Psalm Johnson, 5320 NW 25th Place, will be Presiding Elder F.

ST. LUKE PRIMITIVEWest oratorical contest program 139:7. phone 634-8244. A. Allen. Prayer will be offer-

presented to Grace last I've talked to many of the ed by the Rev.-Henry Wright.

SALTERS CHAPELRev. Hollywood Sunday afternoon. Harold Miami Times readers about Special music will be rendered

Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Higgs served as presidma our news and how they like by the Dillard High School

H. 'J.. Benson, pastor Bernice E. Griffin, reporter officer for the program. the Miami Times. Mrs. Bass PREEASTERCANTATA Chorus under the direction of

Flossie Marshall), reporter We will be leaving by bus and her family of 1701 NW Mrs. Rhoda Snead. Special

Rev. Benson brought to us Sunday services were at 5 a.m. this Sunday to have 166th St. Opa-locka, said to Seventh Easter blessing will be be-

some of the very interesting wonderful all day. 9:30 Sun- joint Communion service with me that she and her family The Bethany choir Day stowed upon everyone attend-

points that were brought out day School, Sis. Emily'Wil- the Trinity Presbyterian find the same inspiration in Jer Adventist the direction Church of Leon, un-L. ing by Dr. H. Sweeting. Break-

for the church on Founders liams, superintendent, mom-t Church of Key West. It will reading our news. Now you Farrington will a fast will be served to all. The
present pre-
Day Celebration last Wednes- ing service, regular Cover- be an all day outing, and we and your family can also find Easter Cantata, "Behold Your public is invited.

day in Jacksonville.The nant Service will be held at will come back that night. the same inspiration by having King," by John W. Petersonon

pastor also read let- 7 p.m. Communion service There will be no services at some of our news boys to Sunday, April 3 at Bethany

ters of interest concerning the with the pastor' delivering the Grace this Sunday start leaving the Miami Timesat S.D.A. 2500 NW 50th Street. TEMPLEFirst

Governor of Florida and his sermon, choir No. 1 will render Remember you are always your homes. Because wher- This benefit cantata is
ever we are God is. So let's
reelection and the Christian music. for raising funds for a scholarship
welcome at Grace and we are say for ourselves this week: Sunday services will
Education program in Atlanta. looking forward to some very It is God's will for all of us drive. be as usual. The Lord's Sup-

Earl Glenn and Johnnie Thurs- inspiring Holy Week services be to healthy, happy and free, The public is cordially in- ,per will be administered dur-
ton are still making great MT. ZIONRev. vitd ing the
progress after we return from Key West. gor we are always in his pre morning and evening
towards their Men's and the
Day choirs
E. T. Graham, pastor sence. So until a later date, aerve
program.At ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. if God's will, thanks, and my jointly. The messages will be

E p.m. Salters Chapel EASTER PANORAMA prayers for all of you. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST centered around the observance
:rendered service at St. Ste- Paul Freeman, pastor of Palm Sunday with

phen's in New Liberty City. The Business and Professional Sis. E. Jackson, reporter PALM SUNDAY Sunday we will partake of the indoor procession at 7 p.m.

Rev. A. Gallon I Women's Circle of Mt. the The Tanple farniy
Pastor ,Lord's Supper. In order was
Zion will Biblical The choir wishes to thank TEA glad
present a to see Mrs.
The young people will havean that Jesus' will be done Jet Adline
drama, "Women of the Bible" everyone for their loyal sup- in service last
Easter program Easter Sunday The Senior Pulpit Aid us do as He has commanded She
on Easter Sunday night at 7:30 port on their anniversary. It had been confined to her home
I at 3 p.m. Come out and Board of Greater Bethel AME of
p.m. The Public is invited. Admission -was a great success. us.The for the past four months
hear them. Also there will bea Church cordially invites you doors of Mt. Calvaryare because -
free. Plan to attend. The No. 1 usher board will of illness.
attend its Nineteenth Annual
sunrise service at 5 a.m. to always open to you. Feel
we will be looking for you have dinners for sale at the Palm Sunday Tea, April The choirs, under the direction -
If you ant to sweeten up free to come and worship withus
your disposition, see Mrs'to and miss your this friends.treat. Be sure not church all day Saturday from 2, 4 to 6 p.m., 245 NW 8th St. at any time. Behold how are of Deacon R. Hepburn,
preparing for
10 a.m. Please stop by. We First Floors. Prizes. their Easter
Ruth Twiggs. She is selling pleasant it is for brethren to programs of
are asking everybody' pray Mrs. Margaret Carey,Pres. ; hymns and anthems.
candy for Men's Day. Johnson Pres. dwell in unity together and musical
Mrs. Margaree A treat is
for the sick end shutins. Rev. S. A. Cousin, Pastor. promised
and love. for Easter Sunday night.

MIAMI l TIE S. Friday. April 1. 1966 15


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Overflowing crowds were
hand all day last Sundays
woman's Day was cole-
| 4 A. '
rated at New Providence

aptist Church, 760 NW 53rd

It., Rev. C. J. Bumey, pastor. '
Morning speaker was Mrs. 1 :
Jfario Hopson Dixon of Bain- !L T ,,_ '
(ridge, Oat and Mrs. Lucille r jlL '

\acre of Zion Hill Baptist

[.hurch was evening speaker.Mrs. .rr, + 'jpruL

Maybe lie Anderson ,: d5I S 0 I

,vas chairman and Mrs. Inez

ilontford, cochairman.John- _
Eon of Miami photo. ,

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The Church of the Trans-'::> Minister AL yOUR FOR ONLY
t. Retvm Child
I figuration, Episcopal, Stt| ,
Cecelia Choir -:: -- _. i !!j"'lI> ...iIi iII.-."? ,
presents "Oil- -"----- -- ---.I

yet to Calvary," a sacred A minister and his wife out nigger-lovers.' Then they O

cantata by J. H. Maunder, in Fullerton, Cal., decided started tipping over our gar-
Sunday, April 3, 7:30 p.m. last week that they have had bage can every morning. i
at the church, 1836 NW 54thSt. enough heckling and abuse as "In our neighborhood in 1WPAETiTi1T

Donation adult $1.00, juniors they can take, and that they Fullerton we have been well

50e. Charles Jones, organist will return their two-year-old received. The people next r
and director; Fr. A. T. Negro boy, David, back to the door sent their children to TERMS
Deaf; vicar. adoption bureau. play with David. But it's the EASY .
"We ,.
thought we could ? ""
mysterious phone calls and r ww
stand it," the Rev. AlbertC. the threats," she said.
Cohen said last
Her husband has
particiapted -
Carver day, "but neither of us hast in civil M
rights demonstra-
i -
III stamina to do the job." tions, she said.SOUTH. Z n
Said his wife, .Ann:

Ranches I "It was the worse decision' ..
I we ever had to make. I know
DADE Sri M aCs'
News we'll have second thoughts,
but we must do it. It's best

&w_. Valtmr l Raw. for David that we stop right NEWSAnnual
now before he's old en ugh-to ''
I '
The South Broward VFW remember." Men's Day at Mt. _
Post will Morlah last Sunday was a
meet Sunday at 5 "We thought we could
at 4816 Pembroke success. Theme: for the day
p.m. Road.
stand and be counted "
up ,
"The Ingenuity of Men Today
Members, please be present. Cohen said, "but we're scared
Make the Future for Men To-
Starlight Lodge meets Friday morrow.
"The judge would have
April 1 at 8 P.m. All Fletcher Paschal was the GORGEOUS
signed the final adoption LlV,
pa- G
morning speaker.Rev. rt
members are asked to be WITH ROOM
present at the Masonic Hall. but pers for David next month" C. H. Howard spokeat ,. r'-' cef DELUXE SU TEl
have "
we to he
give up, 3 p.m. q us 2-PC. d'
said. "We've tried. .. + ::L. ; nerc&l conllructio"o wife -i'h
The Fire Department wishes Rev. Lester C. Albert was t. ;. ;an1f :rhlon ; : 2, Io"oy.
"We've suffered personal lab I.., un"'nl'nmp.'
the COd'ail ,
evening speaker.
th thank the Holiday Civic and 'obI.
2pillows.I '
Club of the Hyde Park section ment harassment for almost and verbal a harass-" Sick: Mrs. Eddie Smith of ;' ri r'.: Choice of colon $11900N
of West Hollywood fof the donation year now. Mt. Sinai Baptist a patient at I r
A 1949 graduate of the Jackson Hospital.Mrs. .
of a fifth dollar bill last I
week. Chief C. Blount says U. S. Naval Academy, Cohen' Lillie Saunders' Aun t
is the Protestant chaplain on Lisa gave her a surprise visit
thanks again.
the campus of California State last Wednesday. She is 95 k
t tA ta
there. He served ii
College as a years old.There .
Congratulations to Mr. and
officer in the Navy for five
Mrs. Davis on the opening of l 3 -
years. will be a tea and -
Ave.Harry's and Bar-B-Cue Pembroke Road.at 42nd Mrs. Cohen, 35, said, "It Easter parade at Hurst chapel : ii Jt :

was all right at first, althoughall April 10, at 3:30 p.m. Prizes i-:
'Congratulations to Smitty, our friends, black and will be given to the three best
well known Miamian and ex- white, told us it wouldn't be. dressed ladies and children.

cabdriver, who recemtly opened "I feel the resentment now Come out and join in the .
McCoy's Bar and Grill at 4620 and I see it. I'm afraid to Easter Parade. we have a ; --- ; ?
Pembroke Road. Stop in and take David into a store. wonderful program for you. Re- __ 55
say hello when you're out riding "Last August, during the freshments will be served.

1 i Watts riots, we took him withus Rev. Allen, pastor, Miss A.
on a vaction in Catalina Green, president; Mrs. J. .
The senior usher board of t
New ]Island. People there called us Townsend, reporter. BEDROOM ;
Macedonia Baptist Church'at \
2201 SW 48th Ave., will sell B\G.f"SH\O OUS BEDDNGSunE \ \ .ien

dinners this Saturday, April \ f ", ith _..on large
2 through May 21 at the home tClnIorm your delu"e, mod.rn comiortt
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hen- For Sale I 1 beauty on d ch.f 0' pllnol $11900a
derson, 3840 SW 25th St., Church Property dres.r' mirr.r.Tort _pin9 O d :5: ,
West ".I'dboo' _Io.pinl! pI'moll" -
Hollywood. The sale will an'ei 2
be for the anniversary of the Northwest AreaVery 10..1. ;
board and Ushers Union May 7 %
22. Dinners will be $1.23 per nice location, beautiful CBS build .

Plate. You may call 983-2856. ing with living quarters, large parking lot, i f : r-; ., I$ GOOD KITCHENGRO

*Deliveries. Wilson,will president be made., Rev.B. J.. modern throughout, also suitable for club or "" WITH US plT p.NsERwPR. S

L. Mack, pastor. lodge '+
FOR DETAILS| CALL: purcho.ed inoryer
arr r F'rxt; wr'tdr en' a
TIP TOP REALTY 754-0483 p W ., .
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The Rev. A. Tyrell D ear, Vicar
Th. Rev. Henry E. S. Reeve., Deacon


PALM SUNDAY Low Man with Blowing' of the FURNITURE WORLD

palms. .8 a.m. Solemn High Man with Pro-

ce.'lon 11 am.MONDAYSATURDAY. .

Dolly morning prayer 8:30
Dolly .enlngpr yer
HOLY MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY Low S10S N.W. 7th Ave. SOS N.E.12Sth St, On Ths."Trail" 223 S.W. First At,.
Mass 7tOOp-. OpM"t Shell's City Corner N.E.Sth Are. S.W.5th St. C.r.21111 As.. 1 Ilk. te.et iurdrne's
Roz Hill, popular youngrofessional
[ model, will spon- MAUNDY THURSDAY. Low Mo... 7:10 p.m. All night

|or an "Easter Parade of Vigil 7:30 pm.830 a.m. SHOP, BUT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY!
:ashions" next Sunday at the GOOD FRIDAY. Low Man 9:00 a.m. Preaching of the
ontinental Club. Some of the

[ity's leading models plus two Passion 12:00-3:00 Pro-Anaphora p.m. & Litany. 9:00 o.m.

best test models in spring will display fashions the HOLY SATURDAY.Easter Even Liturgy (Including baptism). SAT. 9 -SUN. 11.. 6TtE

given followed by the first Easter Moss (SoUmn High
oor prizes will be
|way. Read the details in with ProceMlon) 11:00 P.M.

ext week's issue.



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1540 NW 58 STREET e '
2 Bedroom, 1 bath beauty, $300 down

KING :REALTY, IN;. (BROKER) For A TheatreFully Exqulte 3 bedroom, 2 bath

800 0 NW.7 AVE. s L 1-9708 j jliQa Equipped 650 Seat CompleteAnd 88 ST. POOL AND PATIO $25,500
I.......N ..............> .tiM.ii.me -
Ready to OperateCHURCH 83 ST LAKE SIDE 13,100
Fish, swim and sail from your backyard.

93 ST. NEAR CHURCH $12,500

L CHOICE NW AREA (Big Congregation) 2 bedroom CBS, $74 month

I 50 SL NEAR SCHOOL $17,900
4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths

Charles S. Fontana Realtor!
Stores and Big Patio ,
1351 NW 88 STREET OPEN SUNDAY Occupies 5 Complete Lots I 6016 NW 7 AVE 751-7511

3 large bedrooms 2 baths wall wall = 1
vanity to ,INtiglitulmmuuitnumuununuuuunuuiOnuunilmuuuuuainuuiiluinln uinmi
!g carpet, modern built-in kitchen, large refri- Call 865-2718
gerator, air conditioner, fenced yard & patio,. I
on beautiful lake. ( ) I


$400 DOWN $12,500
lest Rays I in Towi 2 bedroom with lovely Fla room
Nicely landscaped lot.
TIP TOP REALTYCALL Pass by-Then call Shell 8645 NW 12 AVENUE
4 bedroom "lakefront beauty." Lovely Fla room,
7540483E. 1000 NW 51 ST. CORNER Extra large 2 bedroom on overlooking.lake, on large corner lot. ((150x150xNO
2 lots. Appliances, washer, fenced, FHA or conventional -
HARRY, DENNY REALTOR 1132 NW 80 ST. CBS.2 bedroom,carport,appliances, QUALIFYING
$59 mo. $250 down. Owner pays closing costs. $92 MONTH PAYS ALL
8421 NW 22 PL CBS. 5 year new. 2 bedroom, picture Large CBS, 2 bedroom, w/ Fla room, carport, on
;iit, .., 'II',' ..,......, (window, appliances, $66 mo. $250 down, no costs. beautifully landscaped lot. Total $13,500. Takeover
PIr!!! '" ; 1195 NW 90 ST. Comer; CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed mortgage w/reasonable.down. "

ri'G.: ,: W .r." TI.y No porch'costs., appliances extras' barbecue, fenced. $300 do. WATERFRONT

',: 2330 NW 90 ST. CBS. 2 bedroom, Fla room, appliances 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with lovely Fla room and
.r ;', ActiM. .Is' 2 air cond. extras, $300 down, no costs. screened patio overlooking water. Garage, large
< -aMNA..r- ', 2121 NW 83 TERRACE. CBS. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, built-in kitchen, no qualifying. $4,000 down.
1101 NW 85 STREET 84.11 carport, central heat. No qualifying, reasonable down. Payments to suit you. Owner will hold mortgage.

i 1250 NW8S STREET $&&.42 '(, 1610 NW 91 ST. CBS. 2 bedroom, Fla room, dining
r room, appliances, air cond., rear patio, $350 down. 1210 NW 88 STREET
,T. 1410 NW 89 STREET 83.49 :: ;, 2321 NW 91 ST. CBS. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, front and FACING LAKE
I. ': '. rear porch, dining room, utility room, $350 down. Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with large delightful
; 2169! MW 90 STREET -$83.38 9201 NW 20 AVE. CBS. 3 bedroom, ft bath, Fla built-in kitchen, central I heat, closets galore,
ii: 23ONW92! STREET $84.11 Ir I/i room, carport, air cond. Only $300 down. carport, FHA terms.
., : 1450 NW 35 ST. CBS DUPLEX. 2 bedroom, 2 baths, I 1170 NW 81 STREET
,. 2401 NW 94 STREET $6D.33 I It ', on one side and 1 bedroom other side. Appliances.
$700 down. 3 BATHBeautiful
; .: 8801 NW 16 AVENUE- $81.15 :; 230 NW 60 ST. CBS DUPLEX. 1 bedroom each side. home on large lot. Enormous Fla room,
and living room, screened patio, 6
down. reverse cycle
Appliances, 2 carports, $74 mo. $400
Y.;;.f \ 2365 NW 91 STREET $84.11 3421 NW II AVE. CBS. 2 beautiful houses on largelot. our conds., intercom system. A truly custom-
);| ( built home with
; down. many more extras. Priced right
': 2 bedroom each. $91 mo. Reasonable
4 with terms to suit.
FOR VETS,AND .DISPLACED PERSONS Large 3 bedroom, CBS, and beautiful Fla room.

( )
Kaiser t lee
SHEll REALTY- Realtors
811 N.W. 54 757-5724 :

Open Saturday& Sunday 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551 105 NE 79 ST PL 7-4588

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday April 1, 1966 17 !


$16. Five room duplex.Unfurn. DUPLEX

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25.50 FOR ADDITIONAL 1367 NW 58th Terr. Only $15,000-$450 Down

AQS! WEDNESDAY- --. .Nnnu......... $14. One bedroom, unfum. 1011 NW34 STREETThis
I apt. Free gas and water 6014
FOR SALE -- -- NW 24th Ave. 5 bedrooms, 2 baths Income a nenjhbor
FOR SALE hood. Close to schools, a
uth Miami. 6601 SW 62 000 total. $200 down. Fresh}No qualifying 3 bedroom house FHA two bedrooms torn. $8,500 with 6% Interest. bedrooms Two
payable $110 mo. Liberty TERMS $22 wk. Adults only. 1800 $500 down. each apt., tile-
painted. Big 1(0':125' lot. CBS dream home Open for In.pectlon. *
: with
Agency 2020 NW deluxe> NW 79th corner lot. Drive by
er: 373-3304. 62nd St. Call decorations. You St. Dixie Rental 1 I HP13 NW 14th
!16337809.No must see 633-2429. then call:
this beautiful CBS home with Place.
NW 46th street Florida ---- R.A. MUELLER
551 room, RealtorPL
carport, tile 1
urn 2 bedroom, CBS, tile qualifying small house roof and lots of other extras. Downtown, 1 bedroom, apt. 1-2401
Lf, hardwood floors, ja- payable $65 mo. Uberty Seller's sacrifice at FHA valuation $16. free elect. Liberty Ren-
usie wds. Large Fla room, Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St. of $12,500 with tal Agency 2020 NW 62nd St.
Call $300
wly painted int. and ext. 633-7809. down and no closing costs. Call 633-7809.

closed garage with com- To see call us or one of our --
[ination utility room, and work: Free Furniture saesmen will pick you up and Nice 2 bdr. CBS apt. $21.
hop fenced in yard, four $350 do. $68 month. 1421 NW show it to you. Phone OX Liberty Rental Agency. Call

uit trees $1000 down. No 34th St. Open, see any time 1-0262, Biscayne Realty, Inc. 633-7809. EDISON SpecialsOPEN
(losing costs. FHA monthly widow must sell lovely 3 Broker, 9635 NW 22 Ave. Open
ayment $79 can be seen by bedroom 2 baths, CBS home. nites and Sunday. Small house. $65 mo. Liberty
Hurry this Rental Agency. Call 633-7809. '
will ---
ippointrrent Sundays by sell fast. ----- I
wner. Call PL 8-7234. Allapattah Realty, Realtors,' 3 BEDROOM CBS I AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
'633-0426. $250 down for this lovely 3 Modem apt. near 7th Ave. &

310 NW 46th Street bedroom sacrifice. Price only 51st St. Adults only. Call 135 NW 43 STREET
..he best area for the qualified Waterfront. One of the few $11,600 and no closing costs. after 5 P.m. All day Saturdayand
selective buyer. We havee abalable beautiful, wall to Marble terrazzo floors, walkin Sunday 7576365.Fum. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra large living area, garage.

luxury homo that has everything wall carpet, drapes, refrigerator closet and large landscape J $300 down. FHA, no doting cost.$12,000 total price.
you expect and more stove, heat and air cond. lot. To see call us and one room at 1141 NW 67th'' I

kith ONE MORTGAGE ONLY! 9111 Little River Blvd. 696- of our salesmen will pick you St. male only. 696-8628. SEE US FOR DETAILS ON THE FOLLOWING
Lt $107 per mo. call f<* appt. 6924. up and show it to you. Phone I I :
& OX 1-0262, Biscayne 3341 NW 69th St. 3 bedroom, I
E 16902. Realty,' CBS on comer, |lust like new. $250 down, FHA. No
No qualifying. $550 down. Inc. Broker, 9635 NW 22 Ave. needs paining. $26 closing costs. $67.27
$83 Open nites and Sunday. wkly. Immediate occupany", no.
Special Offer mo. Neat 2 bed. house in

rgeous 3 bedroom, 3 bath, Manor Park wall to wall car- CBS--3 bedroom-- with all the Call eves.agent HI 8-2824.daily 4446126.or CBS, 3 bedroom, 1H} bath. FHA terms. '
port, air condition
BS, hardwood floors, full stove. See I

built heating home, this for the is person a special who NE Qat.5-6166.& Sun. 1184 NW 48th St. port trimmings, tile ,roof Florida, and on room the, car-nic- 3333 NW 69th St. 2 bedroom, I CBS, 2 bedroom, Fro room, $250 down FHA.

est street in beautiful Fla- unfurn. need painting. $25 wk.
wants a very I large home that ------ mingo Village, Immediate occupancy. Call CBS, tile roof, fenced yard, $300 down, FHA.
near 92 St. and I
8238 NW 14th
[has something special. Total Open Sun. agent Dally
price $19,500, terms. Call 1 to 5. 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla who 15 Ave. A must see for anyone HI 82824. eves: ALSO SEVERAL NICE HOMES WITH INCOME
needs a big home. 15.
anytime, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor room, dining room, garage, I DUPLEXES TOO
000 total
small price with only $450 bedroom I
7512243. downpayment. Why pay Nice 2 house unfur- .
down and will
owner clos-
---- rent? come see, good buy. ing costs. To call pay nished except kitchen. Mod- YOU CAN BUY ANY OF THESE FOR $100 DOWN IF
see us and
FHA BARGAIN Close to everything. Owner one of our salesmen will pick em frame, close to two buses, YOU ARE A VET OR BEING DISPLACED
(11,300 for this beauty, 3 758-5400. $22.50 week. Call 691-1503.
and show
you up it to you.
bedrooms, CBS, garage, only ---- Phone OX WE ARE OPEN
1-0262 Biscayne DAY SATURDAY
down.This No Attractive furn.
$350 is a Beautiful Qualifying room in quiet
Realty Inc. Broker
9635 NW
well kept home, so clean Big 3 bedrooms, plus large 22 Ave. Open nites and Sun- neighborhood, priced from $7 SUNDAYLife's
and perfect it is like new, Fla room, open Sun. 2-5 p.m. day. up. No extra charge for cook-
see it and buy it. Veterans 925 NW 84th St. $1500 down. Ing. 2056 NW 5th Ct. Inquireat
only] $200 down. A. Ben-Kori, $100 monthly. Lovely area. ---$57-MONTH room 7. Phone OX 6-8099. EDISON REALTY, Realtors

Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW
anytime 7512243. 60th St. anytime 751-2243. CBS beauty on large lot. If HELP WANTED \ 175 N.W. 62nd
you can find a better buy bet- 751-2441
------ ter it CAB DRIVERS. APPLY,at
grab because thin in. It...
4721 NW 6th Avenue 2 bedroom, CBS, Bunch total ---- Society Cab office, 269 NW
$9,000 price and FHA
Very large 2 bedroom CBS Park. $250 down, $55 mo. terms. To see call us and 21st St.Aged .
with a huge Fla room, fully 16461 NW 19th Ct. Go buy of our salesmen will pick one ------

carpeted, stove, refrigerator, and see and call Mr. Chris. up and show it to you. Phone you couple or single womanto
heat, garage, awnings. Total No closing cost. R. M. Brooks OX .1-0262 Biscayne RealtyInc. care for a sick woman. Live ;

Price $12,750 only $400 do., Brooks, Realty 688-6638; 9635 NW 22 Ave. Open in with PEl:'. 696-8338. Best I
Veterans $200 down. This is mite: 6817740. nites and Sunday. Mobley.Female. Burs'NO

painted inside and out new.

A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. Call 2-bedroom CBS near Orandway Single. Want a house. Pay opening for genial f."s.j I
anytime fice clerk. Duties QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
7512243. buses and schools. FHA only your bills. Have steady job. are '
..,..!' -... $300 down payment. Seller You can qualify for FHA. mail, supplies and 3 bedroom, CBS front porch, appliances, freshly

1035 NW 35 STREET pays closing costs. Nice yard Phone OX 1-0262, Biscayne Must be high school painted Inside and out. Best Allapattah area.

12,500, no qualifying, terms, plus garage, hardwood floor Realty, Inc. Broker. and accurate typist. Location 3221 NW 10 Ct. $500 down, $100 month pays all.
for this lovely 2 bedroon. Drive by 525 NW 49th St. then -------- Coral Gables, phone 443-4221. I

CBS, dining room, plus 'FI a call Fenster Realty, Broker,X-Way Urban Renewal home Equal opportuninty employer. NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
Oom, this is an immaculate PL9-8779. hunters attention! Save $$a -
well kept home in a wonderul thousands. See and call own- Experienced beautician want- Modem CBS, tile roof, attached garage, faloasled

area. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 2 bedroom CBS. Fenced yard, er 339 NW 39 St., 168 NW 47 ed. Call Mrs. James 691-9473 windows, formica kitchen, fenced yd. Across street

12 NW 60th ct. call anytime double garage, plenty of extras -St., 545 NW 47 St., 929 NW or 621-6807. Vern'st Beauty from Shadlowlawn School. On NW 49th St. $1,400 cash
512243. FHA. Only $300 down 45 St., 1876 NW 51 St., 8050 Salon. March 18 down.

payment. Drive by 1757 NW NW 96th St., 2466 NW 91 St.
BRAND NEW HOMES 90th St. then call Fenster Owner 758-8745.
bedrooms, 2 baths, also 4 Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. FOR SALE Modem CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, fully fenced
edroom, 2 baths, Neither corner, bargain at $9,800 with $300 down and $57.89
OllIe has ever been lived in. TERRIFIC BUY! Priced way BEST LOCATION month. Freshly painted. North Miami Beach.

e these 2 beauties at 1440 down. House, 2"bedroom CBS 1236 NW32 STREET
own 152nd Terr. Only $300 plus two units in rear. Don't PRICED $12,500 FURN. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
No miss this buy, its the greatest. Register
losing costs. $114. per mo. Drive by 670 NW 44th St. then CBS, 3 bedrooms, carport,' Like new 3 bedroom, CBS, in Bundle Park. Awnings,

spa all. Call 238-4023 for inomation call Fenster Realty, Broker, large fenced yard. Near large fenced yard. Bargain at $9,300 with $200 down

and or better yet, comet PL 9-8779. looks CloseSaturday schools, shopping and and $55 month. Fresh paint in and out.
see them. bus. down
--- $1,500 no qualifying
_- dndef.) No qualifying. Homes. 2 bed- or erasing costs.
57 Plymouth Station Wagon foom, denced, newly decorated. Drive by then call:
n perfect running condition, Priced below market value R. A. MUELLER RealtorPL Like new 2 bedroom, CBS, In Bunche Park. Large
ew sticker cash $150. 1741 1034 NW Slat St. Also 2 bed- 1-2401 'fenced yard, awnings, awning windows. Price only
92nd St. 691-1503. room, plus house in rear. Be- $8,500 with,$306 down and $50 month.
low $10,000. Drive by 1773 _

001 NW 5th Ave. We offerualiiy NW 45 St. Another special NO QUALIFYING MOVE liGHT IN

Brie ,3 elegance bedroom,and 2 baths style., 2 FHA bedroom, real buy CBS at on 1485 large NW lot.51 HOUSE HUNTING??? 4 bedroom, CBS, best street in Manor Park. 729 NW 50

la room, garage, custom Terr. Drive by these homes, St. Freshly painted, appliances. $500 down and $100-
"H around then call Fenster Mo. all.
by owner look pays
754-7940. Realty, Realtor, PL 9-8779. TIRED OF WAITING???

775 NW 84th St. $300 down. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

00 mo. mortgage paymatt Beautiful CBS Fla room, a lux- NO RED TAPE! NO QUALIFYING! Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof, terrazzo floors,
in new area
900 home patio
full ,
prices. No ury
qualify appliances air conditioner waif to wall
g. Consists at FHA terms, only $14,550,
of fum. CBS MOVE RIGHT IN!!!
$11,000 with $300 down and $66 month.
age apt. which rents for $450 down payment. Call Fen-
(0 mo. and a frame 2 bed. ster Realty, Realtor, PL SEE THESE
i]in house wheich rents'for 9-7789. TODAY WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES

(0 per mo. Do not disturb -- VETERANS OR DISPLACED FAMILIES-$100 DOWN
ants. Call owner 681-8401 Grand opening! Own your own WE HAVE SEVERAL "ALL CASH" BARGAINS!
6813831. fclme! 2 bedrooms 1V4 baths. |168 NW 47 St CBS 2 bedroom
-- oWe --
[''A. $13,700. $500 down. payment.$27 week pays Hurry all.! Low Beautiful down S4S NW 47 St CBS 3 bedroom I have keys and lists of all FHA and VA homes in

autiful 2 bedroom home. model homes. Waldorf Estates 919 NW 49 St CBS 2 bedroom New Liberty City, Carol City, North Miami Beach, etc.
r conditioner, hardwoods NW 17 Ave. and 81 St. (1517) : You don't have to be a veteran to ty at $100 down,'

fenced yard, new Peace Broker, telephones 1876 NW S1 St CBS 2 bedroom like new 2, 3, and 4 bedroom CBS homes.

chen, awnings, 15x25 44573237572123. 7025 NW 28 AV CBS 3bedroom'
feened patio. 1441 NW 91 St.lts .

2-BEDROOM PARK CBS Life Realty Broker
65 and 66 in Airport BUNCHE E-Z TERMS!! ,
down, $55
[rdens. Call after 6 p.m. $250
-8099. April 9 al.. Total price $7,500: 16461 CALL OWNER DIRECT
NW 19 Court. Oo by and see 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371

busy NW 17th Ave. at and call Mr. Chris.Brooks No Realty closing, 758-8749 Open 7 Dos Per Week Evening! ToolCLASSIFIED
9. cost. R. M.
} 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, .
IS vacant. Call 885-3805 688-6638,681.7740




18 TAE IIAMI'TIMb FriJo;Aprfl( 1, 196o _
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I I Our Readers I''t.--- Local/ Schools Win Journalistic'; Honors



attendace drive
launched early this chool
year at Ekownsville Junior
{ High School today resulted in
Letters te the vast improvement in pupil at-
tendance. The dedicated efforts r
Gentlemen of the student organization -
Squad on AttendanceSOA
I wish to take this opportunity ( ), under the guidance of
and to commend him'on his articoe sponsor, Miss Florence Griffin -
School Integration in ,Dade County and Assistant Principal
peared in the March 11, 1966 Miami Charles Gray, have brought
If I may, I would like to about a steady climb in attendance -
since the second
The one Negro principal that
sixth weeks period of the
school should have"been moved up school year. The Dade County
of the special area in which she percentage evaluation of jun-
the Negro te achers should have ior high school attendance
with letters insisting that that showed that Brownsville reflected -
signed as head of the special a pronounced increasein
working. This person has proven its attendance, moving from
32nd place in October, 28th in
fied and most certainly worthy of
December to 2nd place in Jan-
special area. uary. Miami Central, whose
So far the federal educational junior high enfollment is con- FAMU PRESS WORKSHOP WINNER. A plaque for the best newspaper features
cerned the Negro is used to get as fined to 9th grade students, went to Miami Northwestern High School during the Headlines and Bylines Awards
sible, but as you stated, have ranked first place in January. Awards Luncheon held during the 16th annual Florida A&M University Interscholastic -
the and The concerted efforts of the
plaMing'of program student and Press Workshop recently. The plaque was presented to Anthony McPhee of the
body faculty
title for minute will
use your a ) Brwonsville Junior High Northwesterner staff by Mrs. Alice Dunnigan, Office of Information, Washington,
with the teaching.
and the obvious im- D. C. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
for this article. I
Thank you 6vements these efforts have -
--- --------
were written on the school sublect. about, have created
By the way. I am not a teacher and school spirit
good friends who teach and I before experienced at
school. It is hoped that JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLA
and backup.
some comment some
--- efforts to improve atendance -
they had better start writing will, thereby, give series of Parent Work-
before it is too late. to pupils and teachers shops are in the planning
Thank you for your interest. n that joint task of securing stages at Dorsey Junior' High
providing a better educa- School. They will be brought
for boys and girls. up at the next PTA meeting
April 12.The .
Dear Mr. Reeves, purpose of the work-
I am writing thank you shops will be to involve the
a space in your paper. As a father parents more directly with
is godd for me cecause I received a ,school life at Dorsey and to
from one Mrs. Williams who said impress upon the communitythe
of what could t g4 importance of educationaland
group persons to see
vocational planning for
That was an immediate, students. At the same time,
moved to pity after reading that informative talks by com-
IV the Lord bless and keep you. munity ;eaders and entertain-

.1 your cooperation. Basis"t. ment are planned.
Plans will be made in cooperation

with parent, civic,
religious and educational
Editor's note-Miss Ofem is an groups of the community and

her Miami-Dade education.Jr. College who is velop.will be released as they de-


Dear Mr. Hayes,
Your article about Cassius members of the BookerT. A plaquefor
Miami Beach was very well said. I Tony Edward Crapp, 13, Washington Class of 194o the best all-around yearbook went to NorthwesternHigh
the Beach got a copy of the paper of the national Jun are asked to be present at a School during the Headlines and Bylines Awards
Honor Society at Allapat- meeting to be held at BTW Luncheon held during the 16th annual Florida A&M
Junior High School, and a Tuesday, April S at 8 p.m. University Interscholastic Workshop recently. The
Room number will be
prize winner at Allapat- postedin
Science Fair, has re- the school's office. plaque was presented to Floyd 'iltiams of the North-
a merit award from the Plans for a class reunion westerner staff by Mrs. Pearl Gore, first lady of Florida
*, Council of South Fla. will be discussed. Please be A&M University. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
PAID POt.ADV. on time. The attendance of
The son of Mr. and Mrs. all
Crapp. 1611 NW 52nd class members is encouragedANNOUNCEMENT

PROVEN ., is an 8th grader, presi 'I%"" ;r5.3Jtf':
of the Science Club,
trumpet in the school
is a member of Mt. Zion uses r .
Church, a Boy Scout
helps his father in the Class. of 56 of B.T. Washington -
business. will have a meeting,
'The Dairy Council has a Sunday April 3 at 5 p.m. The
program to honor place is New Covenant Fellow
; young people in ship Hall, NW 12th Ave. and
County. Nominations can 43rd Street.
HIS sent to Agnes Edwards

NW 7th Street. ,



PL I-U04
.Beautiful Homes
e Built* Ours en Your Lot p :

Attractive Alteration ,
!and Addition
.Let U Demolish '
Your Worn OutHouse
and Build I
Lovely New Home AJ
.Call Us for Facts About --
State R ; Coed Band Financing FAMU PRESS WORKSHOP WINNER A plaque
for the best newspaper sports story went to North Dade

GROUP A LEY BUILDERS, PIUDKNTIU) High School during the Headlines and Bylines Awards
inc.Licensed INVESTMENT Luncheon held during the 16th annual Florida A&M
"Let's Put The / CORPORATION University Interscholastic Press Workshop recently.

Better Business Iniwreo1 7C4I IISMYNE ILVO, The plaque was presented to Sharon Wilson of the Monocle
MIAMI FLA. 33131Fhon
888 N. E. 79th StrootMla"I. staff by George Brown of the Pepsi-Cola
I /'Iorlela FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fi11yau.l .


MIAMI ,TIMES, Friday, April 1, 1966 19

Bearing. with......... Rattlers and Aggies Looking the -1

{ Dominate fAMU RelaysTallahassee SPORTSWORLD' '3 ..

Florida A versity set new marks in the
and M and A&T College of sprint medley and the .one-
North Carolina, won six first mile relay. The Smith relay '
BY t1 RRY SPEAR r places each to dominate the team of Vinson Matthews, Ron OverPAR
16th annual FAMU Relays Johnson, Bill King and Isreal BY LEO ARMBRISTER
here Saturday afternoon.The Lee ran the sprint medley in
EST FLAGLER COMING EVENTSWily host Rattlers took 3:26.8: to erase the old rec-

Bill Ewalt is the new leader in Flagler's fi rsts in the 440, 880 and the ord of 3:35 set by Allen Uni- AND BIRDIE TO HOST UGA TOURNEY IN '67
480 shuttle relays, the 100- versity in 1964. The Bulls'
20 000 Kennel Medley Championship series as the yard dash, the pole vault, the mile relay foursome of Eugene How to mix business and pleasure and have a lot
ri.d stance competition moves into its crucial third high jump. Anderson, Lee, Mile and of fun trying-attend a Midwinter Golfers' Association
[ound Saturday night April 2. Johnson C. Smith of North Matthews ran a 3:15.4 race. Conference sponsored by the Chicago Women Golf Club.
Ewalt vaulted to the top over the first-round lead- Carolina took three first The old record of 3:18.2 was This past week your reporter accepting an invi-
:r, Gene Randle, last Saturday when he nailed down a places in the relays. The set by Southern University in tation from the CWGC and representing the Par & Bird-
)air of wins and a third place finish for 21 points medley Bulls took honors in the sprint 1957.Ervin ie Golf Club of Miami was 0 n hand for one of the swing-
2-mile, and the mile Bethea and Bob Bea- -
hile the best Randle could do was grab one win and- relays. of' ingest affairs of its kind ever.
mon &T College set new ,
eleven points, total. A&T dominated the field records in the discus and the The Pick-Congress hotel headquarters for the
With the third round cut-down dead ahead, here'sthe events with firsts in the triple long jump. Bethea won the conference was as busy as the Pentagon, when busi-
[ point spread on the top ten kennels: jump, shot put, discus, long discus with a throw of ness was in session, and as gayly inhabited as an ima-
Ewalt 38, Randle 33, Happy Stutz and Fleet Wing jump and the long running 174'33/4". The old mark of ginary Cinderalla Ball when fun-time commenced, which
\\27 each, Lester cole 26, Pot Luck 25%, Red Fork and event in the 220-yard dash. 1576"was held by Dick Jack- included a sumptuous dinner and dancing to the ele

I Ray DuPree 24 each, Jerry Alderson 23 and George the Winston-Sal 440-yard College intermediate won son Winston-Salem of Southern. L.establisheda Colemanof gance of the incomparable Duke Ellington's orchestra.

Fulton9l2.. hurdles and the 120-yard high new mark in the 120-yard Patrons, who have been attending these conferences -
Ewalt swept to the top with a second straight med- hurdles. high hurdles by going the dis- : for many years were firm in their appraisal of
ley victory by Cri Along in the 5/16ths competition and Seven new FAMU Relays tance in 13.6 to erase the old this being the best they have seen; we are sure it will
another first place finish by Tiny Je Nay at the 7/16ths records were set during the mark of 14.2 held by Carl always be remembered among the best we have attend
marathon distance. In the Flagler Course event, his meet. Johnson C. Smith Uni- Brown of Winston-Salem. ed.

Andy Mitt ran third behind Ray DuPree's World's Mite Highlights of the conference were to make the
and George Fulton's Forterel. final plans for the Chicago women's hosting of the
Randle's 8-point win was contributed by Hello UGA's tournament in Chicago in August of this year
Hilda, who made it two straight victories over the Fifteenth running of the $100,000 Florida Derby and also to award the tournament to the Par & Birdie
Flagler Course and again handled her field with ridi- highlights of the week of racing at Gulfstream Park Club of Miami for the coming year-67.

culous ease. Gene's Discuss ran fifth behind Jerry and this colorful event will be backed up by numerous at
Alderson's Cactus Nancy at 5/16ths to come up with other racing, social and spotting features. CLAY-CHUVALO STAGE UNPOPULAR MATCH

three points for Randle, while Shady Road ran last and Ford Stables' Kauai King, winner of the Fountainof The Cassius Clay-George Chuvalo comedy act

drew a blank on points in the marathon.Ray Youth Stakes; Wheatley Stables Bold and Brave, the came off Tuesday night in Toronto, the only city on
DuPree, who was tied with Anderson for 10th Hutcheson winner, and Grand Prix Stable's Abe's Hope, the North American continent that would hide its face
place after the first round, is now among the top eight.But runnerup in the Flamingo and third in the Fountain of and stage the affair.
he failed to hit it big in the point department as Youth, shape up as the top trio at the moment. For Clay it is undoubtedly a relief to write finisto
expected when his Bulleree ran sixth behind Cactus During Derby Week some of the special events this most tormenting fourth defense of his title; it
Nancy at 5/16ths. include selection of a Florida Derby Queen, a Softball was once estimated that Clay had the potentials to

In Saturday's third round, Cri Along, Hello Hilda game between Gulfstream jockeys and sports celebri- lead a $10,000,000 gate into the ring one day-as it
and Terry Stroemer have to be considered as prime ties, the Fiesta Tropical parade in Hollywood and the was, he came out of this non-fight with peanuts.
favorites in three of the six events. Cri-won the Florida Derby Ball at the Diplomat Hotel on the eve of Chuvalo whose only claim to fame is possessinga
$10,000 Flagler Derby last fall-appears to be at his the race. hard head proved again this is no fallacy as he was
sharpest and looms as "the one to beat" at 5/16ths, able to take the jabs of Clay for 15 rounds forcing a
even if he should draw in with Bulleree, Comstat, Dis- decision and holding his record of never being knocked

cuss, etc. $ A Cure To Sick Politics down in tact.
Hello Hilda and Terry Stroemer have been far su- Clay, who has skyrocketted to the top so sud-
perior to all rivals in the Flagler Course and marathon. Is A Good Doctor denly and has sunken to a low ebb of popularity justas
competition so far. quickly has a stint to do in the company of Uncle
"We Heed A Doctor in the House"ELECT Sam's forces, which might help to detour some of he-
THE MIAMI DOLPHINSThe stream of bad taste that is following a bewildered
young man around
Miami Times Sports Editor, Harry Spear iNcr r
wishes to thank Charlie Callahan publicity Directorfor KOUFAX AND DRYSDALEThe
the Dolphins for the invitation he received to attend -
the Dade County Chamber of Commerce Banquetheld DR. F. J. Sandy Koufax-Don Drysdale holdout could sig-
tremendous turnoutof nal the beginning of a new era in baseball-or the end
at the DuPont Plaza.It was a
over 500 people. Mayor Robert King High receiveda of one.
In their joint demands for $1 million contract,
in sellingthe
great ovation for his efforts and success
idea for a. pro football team for Miami. He also divided between them and spread over three years, are
the Los Angeles Dodgers it would signal the
would liketo met by ,
received a plaque and a football helmet. I Legislature Group 2NOW
start of collective bargaining in baseball.
mention some of the greats that were present, but Y
this Pd Pot Ad. The owners-not only of the Dodgers, but owners 40.-
my column does not have the room. I still think
of of all the major league clubs-are terrified of the pros-
promotion is going to be tremendous for the state
pect and are adamant that it must not be allowed, an
Florida with its publicity alone.Ipledje .
informed source said.
On the other hand, if their demands are not met--
and Koufax and Drysdale appear to be equally ada-
mant-both may lay out for a year.And that could be the
to I ijitTTU I 1
8x00 P.M. end of the Koufax-Drysdale era.

their vote I of I confidence I / will .. source"Most said.everyone hopes they will sign," a baseball

bi returned with conscientious s >sr, 9t.Q6 ? "But I can tell you one thing for sure..They won't

sign as a pair. Dodger owner Walter O'Malley is deter-
1 devotion
I I to I II II the tasks
mined not to yield to that demand. He can't afford to.
f a state representative.I I Iiliall The other owners can't afford for him to. It would be
"The Ne1J.. a Or.rhernlT' the start of collective bargaining."
devote I I II my every enerfyto fhewp/ate"


Elect. Friday, April 1 Phillies vs Baltimore at 8 p.m.
,. Saturday, April 2 Cincinnati, 8 p.m.; Sunday, April
j : 3, Newly formed Miami Marlins, a farm team for the
AD VedicutccLt' Orioles will play a regular game at 2 p.m. Don't forget

.j/ Gates Open this Sunday. Tuesday, April 5 Boston Red Sox, 1:30
f 6:30 P.M. p.m., Wednesday, April N.Y. Yankees, 8 p.m. This
will be the last game of spring training. So make it a
date to attend.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 1, 1966
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I'' :lit _E i malSJililIOJJ..t.mIgd1.Iilt: I

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I "- -'NatI ducatfon-As= iu r" \\f4 not"-maf f :sr ..segregation ana consolidation l fesslonal or civil rights. provide a more attractive cli-
I sociation report on politics the score,j the report said. The report says that lows of schools may be used to The observation was madein mate of public education and
I I j .. and education in Florida suggests "In theoryIt says, "the enacted to "give boards much diminish the status and security the report that the teacher "a measure of professional
( that the National Teachers law deals equally wnth alt more leeway In making person of all educators who shortage in F orida will become security to the career educator. I
Examination Is used as a teachers; nevertheless It Is ol decision relegated to de choose to exercise the Ir pro- worse unless the state ." ,
{ 'I, I, means of discrimination generally recognized that a

against Negro teachers.It larger proportion of Negro I
lays the law has back teachers are adversely of
'fired and damaged the careers fected. CallCHARLES

hundreds of excellent teach "Any requirement in the
era, both white and Negro. certification procedure whichis BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYWe ROGERSAT
The Florida Education Association made retroactive and one
and the Legislaturehave which establishes a single
been fighting over the minimum test score as an ab-
examination for years, and the solute will surely be accom- PL 1-7502

Dade Classroom Teachers As- panied by severe problems often will put you in the wig business with
sociation is studying the pos- giving rise to distrust and
sibility of testing the con- charges of discrimination in very little investment on your part. Wonderful For A Good Buy on
stitutionality of the 1961 law the administration of the test. opportunity to make big money in a growing
in concert. "Thisis precisely the case
The examination is nation- in Florida." industry.
I \ ally standardized, machine- A NEA report showed thot A Piano Organ
graded and prepared and ad- ,
I In 42 Florida counties, 1182
ministered by Educational Negro teachers and 988 white TEL. 538-1731
Testing Service of Pribceton, teachers ailed to pass tye Scott StereoOrchestra
N. J. It covers the major aca- test. TOO LINCOLN ROAD MALL
demic fields. It requires most "Several persons expressed -
of a day to take it. the opinion," it says, Instruments
In addition, a teacher mutt "that the differences in abil-
core 500 or more to get a ity to pass the examinations

certificate, to get a continuing are in many instances greater 'J\1't:,'";"\' : ,' '.1,1.' ,"'I'".,1 i'r," ,Z"If";" .' ." I',- '.'f':'. ijr
contract or to get a pro- between rural teachers and :
motion in rank even If he or urban teachers than between t, 'Tar. ,Statt8N CONys.itlu: :,:
sh. has continuing contract. white and Negro teachers. '
Thereport said that nothingis The NEA report says that :
wrong with the test but several neighboring states .
fir: t'i
the way it is used. It said the use the national test, and"the ; TO" SARASOTA

test can be unfair to older majority of Negro teachers in ,'I' '1IiH.jH'E: ; FLORIDA ,ELKS, :
: ,
wh have been t
teachers c out these states filed scores ". ,
j' LEAVIKG.'MIAIIe'' .ff
of college for many years, par- ranging from 400 to 500. It "" : ; '
ticularly if they teach specia- was after the testing experi- '16" a
APRILS :,(Saturday ,Midnight)", 'i 3x
lized subjects like art and ence of it neighbor states '
music. Some principals have that Florida instituted the :
lost excellent teachers be- examination setting the score f; ARRIL: '17' (Sunday 'Midnight' )


City OK's Tough Fire r TRAILWAY BUS .


and Housing CodesIn ; APPROVED,


spite of protests that Mrs. Sidney S. Gross, an O. PERRY, ,STATE PRESIDENT VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS
rental _
owner of Negro property
the codes
proposed are
\ "bad legislation" the new said the codes seemed directed Corner N.W. 54th St. ft N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8795
fire and housing ordinance received at housing in Negro areas. ,NORTH'S. ., TRAVEL BUREAU. .. -' ,FR' 0-8451
\ the approval of the "Some people aren't getting (Seats limited,. first'If, come,' first;reserved.) MIAMI, DAILY & SUN. 9 TO 9 P.M.
-/I r city commissioners on first rich owning colored propertyushe k ''ft;
reading Monday. said.
The two new ordinances ,
must have another public
hearing and win the commis-
sion's okay once again before
they becomes the law of Miami.

Drawn in the wake of the
t disastrous fires that caused
the lives of 12 persons in Fe-
bruary, the new codes were
attacked on two fronts:

Distributors and sellers of
portable oil heaters charged
f '. the codes ware unfair because.
they would prohibit their 6483 TAFT ST. I PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27h AVE.PERRINE I 9843 Bird Rd.
wares. 1375 W. 49th St. SHOPPING CENTER
The Greater Miami Hotel Hollywood Hialeah, Flo. MIAMI, FLA. I Perrine, Fla. I Miami, FI a.
Association said the codes 945-0381 821-1761 635-0736 635-0736 I 238-2901 I 226-5631
"would close every hotel in
downtown Miami."

Attorney Ed. Claughton,,
representing the hotel association MON. THRU SAT. SUNDAY
said the codes are"bad 10-9 NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS 11-b
legislation and need
further study." He said they
would eliminate the grandfather

buildings standards clauses from that and meeting protect would modem some force 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE !

the hotels to close down. DEFIES COMPETITION THIS PRICE

Miami Fire Chief Lawrence :
Kenny and Fire Marshal' _

Dewey Yates said that most 'rr ..
hotels would meet the new "I-I--- : : "-7 101 \
codes. "But a few hotels,"' I, ,: '
Kenny said, "are of great 'A//1 ,_ :,"." \ e. p. '
concern. Some are extremely I \
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but hands have
'II hazardous, our '
been tied." =- ., -'"' ,
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The commission was not ,,1 ,. --
sure that the codes would be ._ I" .. ". .? ,
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effective) ; -
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