The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00410

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Vol. 43, No.. 32 MI AMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1966' 20 PAGES 15 ,

f, Cassius Cloy Must Pay DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEAKS (

$26,250 Or Face 30 DaysCassius HERE WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. indicate the interest and con-

Clay made him- '1):". "' ---- will speak at a public rally cern Dr. King, his executive

,self scarce around! Miami Tuesday on Wednesday, April 13 at the staff and the board of directors -
Mt. Zion Baptist Church have about the ex-
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,and if he and his attornoysdon't
NW 9th St. All people of goodwill ploitation of a large setmentof '
produce $26,250 by 5
Negro and white, are invited the Greater Miami area re -
April 7, Circuit Judge Harold I'
and there will be no admission sidents.Dr. .
Spaet threatens to take him
P charge.
off the streets for 30 days i
The Board of Directors of Edward Graham,a member
and make his a guest in Dad I
the Southern Christian Lead- of the board of directorsof
County Jail. ership Conference, of whichDr. the Southern Christian
Caly was due in court at
Leadership Conference, will
King is president, will
noon Tuesday but only his have its semi-annual meeting be the host at the I public,
attorney, Milton Orusmark, at the Hampton House at rally at Mt. Zion Church, of A
showed up. Grusmark s aid he 4200 NW 27th Ave. on Tues- which he is the pastor. Crucial -
had two checks to be used as
decisions concerning the ,
day and Wednesday, April 12
part payments, but Sonji and and 13th. future policies and activitiesof
her lawyers were a little
the Southern Christian
On Monday, Dr. King's
leery of accepting the ehcks, A
executive staff will have an Leadership Conference, will
due to one for $1,250 that all-day session at the Hampton be made at this three day
bounced like the
proverbialball r series of meetings.
previously. House. These meetings

Sonji's attorneys, Leonard .f tR


I THANK YOU Metro Commission on on the person. period for all gun purchases.
Three we." ago, we Wednesday passed on first Among other things, the Evidence of identity being
apologized to you for not reading a tough firearms con- ordinance would permit the furnished by the purchaser.

printing enough copies of trol ordinance that should sheriff to fingerprint all gun Maintenance, of a sales re'I
The Miami Times. The help wipe out Miami's rash of dealers in Dade County. Licenses cord book to be open at all '
following w.ek, wa printed McMillan, Lawrence Hoffmanand Clay's tail, but a hunt ot ni s violent gunplay among its to sell guns -would be reasonable hours for inspection r.
on additional 500 copies Harvey St. Jean, told favorite haunts failed to produce citizenry.The issued to individuals-not by any police officer.A .
and sold out, Friday Last Judge Spaet they were willingto a clue as to his where- commissioners unani- companies.One .
w..k we added an additional give Clay a chance to abouts. mously approved the ordinance of the controversial ban on the sale or delivery
500 copies and purge himself of contempt.The Deputies checked his homeat backed by State Attorney points of the ordinance involves of any forearm or ammu-
again, every copy was judge had found the 4210 NW 15th Ct., the Richard E. Oerstein and the a ban on the displayof nition to any person believedto
gone by Friday' afternoon. boxer in contempt of court Hampton House, and even the Dade County Association of firearms, imitations of be under the Influence of
This week we or. addingour after waiting in vain for Clayto local Black Muslim Nile Res- Chiefs of Police. firearms or placards adver- liquor or narcotics, addicted
I third ,500, an Increase show up in court with back taurant on 7th Ave. The 'measure which, comes tising the sale of the weaponsin to drugs, a habitual alcoholic ,t
M of 1500 In three weeks. alimony for Sonji and $22,500 Pretty Sonji took the whole up' for public hearing and a display window. of unsound mind, a con-
How'c that for building for legal fees for her lawyers. thing in stride, but you could final reading April 26, would Provisions of the ordi- victed felon, a fugitive from
circulation. W. want to The sheriff's department xeo she wasn't kidding when restrict the sale of any fire- nances include: justice or a member of a subversive
thank you. put its best bloodhounds on she said, "I want my money." arms that can be concealed A 2.4-hour "cooling off"

I Negroes Take Plea For Food, Shelter To- White I

WASHINGTON-PIMother and jobs in the Delta cotton group.'j

the coupled White March with Housereminiscentof a on camp-in Washington across, tent fields in, Lafayette pitched across a thebito Square symbolic directly Alcorn/ Students Seek State Treasurer to I

the bonus marchers of House and camped out all
World War occured last night.There Demos' Calendar
PresidentMississippi ,!
week, when 90 Negroes from was no official indication Removal of
that President John-
Mississippi I Delta cotton State Treasurer Broward
fields switched the site of son was aware of the protest- Highway Pa- guarded the college gates Williams will be the main ,tom Tr
their protest against lack of aimed at highlighting what Ne- trolmen used their shotgunsto against a repeat of Tuesday speaker on Sunday, April 17
anti-poverty aid from the groes called "disgraceful push back 2,000 Negroeswho night's demonstrations.The when the Dade County Young
Greenville (Miss.) Air Force foot-dragging" by the Officeof were taking part in a demonstration students are seekingto Democratic Association present I
Base to the nation's captial. Economic Opportunity on of Alcorn A&M depose Alcom President J. their 13th Annual Calen-
The plantation workers, applications totaling $1.3 College in Lorman Wednes- D. Boyd. Boyd is charged by dar Tea. The affair will be
forced to live in tents because million in Federal antipovertyfunds. day. A shield of National Charles Evers, state field secretary held at the Bonded Rental ,
they have lost their homes Guardsmen and troopers of the National Association Agency, 4150 NW 7th Ave.
.. for the Advancementof and will begin at four o'clock.

'H-:"' i : Colored People, with
.d P- :
e \ .. suspending students who took Broward Williams is highly
': regarded for his knowledge of
part in civil rights work and
with refusing to allow studentsto of national insurance prob-
campaign for civil rightson lems. lie served as adminis-
or off the campus. trative assistant to Larson,

Free Easter Egg Hunt Sunday

Dade County's fifth an- Bertha S. Jackson. Rev.
nual Community-wide Easter Phillip Cooper: the Allapattah BROWARD WILLIAMSfor
Egg Hunt will be held at Ma- Junior High Chorus, Mrs.
nor Park, 50th Street and NW Dana Chapman, Charles Had- many years, and personally -
13th Ave. Sunday, April 10 at ley and Clarence Patterson. hired many of the staff mem-
3 p.m. Elaborate plans have bers in all divisions of the

1 i been made to provide for kid- Treasurer's office.Commissioner .
dies, parents and friends an Williams, for
enjoyable aftemooh with free HAPPYEASTER nearly 24 years a career employee

I entertainment, rides, prizes, with the State Trea-
kiddies fashion show, bands, surer and Insurance Commis
soft drinks and eggs! eggs! sioner's office, was sworn in I.
All of the chit dren of Dade as Treasurer, January 28, r
County will have an oppor- 1965 to fill the Ivacancy a
tunity to share in the traditional cfeated by the unexpecteddeath
egg hunt which had its of J. Edwin Larson.

beginning at the White Housein TO ALL
1887 and was authorizedby He is a 32nd Degree Mason,
President Rutherford B. a shriner, an Elk, and a mem-
-- .- Xfi Hayes. ber of the Veterans of Foreign
Governor Haydon Burns, wielding giant scissors, cuts a ribbon bedecked with All roads, streets and avenues Wars. He has been a life-long

miniature plastic boats to open officially the new, $.15 million NW 22nd Ave. bridgeover will lead caravans of Florida Democrat, handlingmost

the Miami River April 4., Participating with Governor Burns, from left, were people to this great, glorious of the organization for

Metro Dade County Commissioner Lewis B. Whitworth, Jr., local road board member, and gala affair Easter Sunday Mr. Larson's several cam-
afternoon. Join them, won't
Chelsie J. Senerchia; Metro Commissioner Joseph A. Boyd, Jr., Governor Burns ? paigns.William is presidentof
you Wynn
Metro Vice Mayor Alexander S. Gordon; City of Miami Vice Mayor Stephen P. Clark Program participants include 4'4' the Young Democrats and

City of Miami Commissioner Mrs. M. Athalie Range and Metro Commissioner Earl M. the Community Band, Atty. Harold Braynon is

Starnes. Miami-Metro News Bureau Photo. Herbert Rhodes, director; Mrs. chairman of the board.

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Members and their wives of the Miami Chapter of Top left shows the group in one of the happier cited was Police Lieutenant Leroy Smith who got the

Frontiers International were hosts last weekend at a moments of the evening. On the right wives and sweet- Community Service Award for his outstanding work

workshop for the Southeastern Regional Conference at hearts of Frontiers gather around International PresI- with the Boy Scouts and youth of this community..

the Alcazar Hotel, 500 Biscayne Boulevard.The dent Marcus Neustadter of New Orleans to give himan Shown at left are Miami Chapter President Garth C.

workshop got off to a gay start on Friday official welcome. Reeves, Rutledge, District Deputy E. N. Taylor, Lt.
Bottom left shows the Smith and International President Neustadter.
night with a"get-acquainted party at the beautiful home banquet presentationwhere Bottom
of Mrs.:Juan to Thompson where tasty native dishes'were BTW High student Henry Rutledge was presented right is,'a view of the banquet guests'at' the Alcazar

featured" as the guests lounged around the pool the American Heritage Award for his winning the Hotel. Johnson of Miami photos. and House of Photo

patio. Frontiers 1966 Emancipation Day essay contest. Also graphy

I V4 Hospital finally/ / Admits 124- Year EI-Slave I

An ex-slave in Jackson, Magee was wounded twice did (serve with the Union Security office at Hattiesburg,
Miss., underwent treatment during the siege of Vicksburg Army) than they have he near nis home, ana enrolledfor
Wednesday in the. Veterans after being drafted into didn't," Andrews commented.The Medicare. Before An-
Administration,..:-.lytepital for the Union Army,Andrews says. historian was turned drews became his guardian, he
double .,potutporiU-- :after a President Lincoln learned of down by VA officials earlier live d in a shack without run- 4d
squabble 'over'whether: he the slave draft, said Andrews, when he tried to get Magee ning water or electricity.
fought for 'the Union in the and halted the practice. Lin- admitted to a state hospital as Andrews and others in the
Civil War. coln then sent the Negroes a charity patient. vicinity said Magee had given
A. P. Andrews, Jackson back to their homes. The old man, earlier this them minute details of the
historian and legal guardianfor "I've got more proof he month, went to the Social siege of Vicksburg.LORY'S .

Sylvester Magee, said
Tuesday he convinced VA
officials to let the aged Negro
who said he is 124 years old, _w !
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:OF wonderful array of dresses, Martin W. Smith, the principals,,
Quality Job; Budget Price EDISON sportswear, beachwear, lin- are very well experienced in
CENTER gerie and accessories. It has the retail field and have
No Job Too large or Small ENLARGES STORELory's always been our policy to do brought a wealth of merchan
as much as possible to satisfy dising knowledge to the Edison 6112 NW 7th Ave

Deadlines\ Met on Time our customers. Our policy Center area. Miss Muriel Edison Center
Fashion Shops i is a is that "no sale is ever Lee, general sales
Satisfaction Guaranteed locally owned chain of ladies final. You must be satisfied has been with the manager,
firm for
the Eveningtill
ready to wear specialty with your purchase." Past 15 years. Present Open Every
and. our customers come back! shops operating from Coral Lory's in Edison Center manager Miss Connie has store been 9 P.M.
Gables to Ft. Pierce, and has been here for 15 years with Lay's for 10
featuring nationally advertised and has such faith in the area Lory's invites years.
fashions for the junior, miss that it saw fit to enlarge its at its store and take you to shop Use our Convenient
and women in the popular to window displays as you can tage of its charge advan- lay-a-way or
rOI ALL YOUR MINTINC NEEDS- medium priced field. see in the photograph.Mr. lay-a-way plan. Our account and charge account
At Lory's you will find a Fred P. Green and Mr. open every store is
evening till 9 p.m.

MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 8 1966 3
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,( Sam Cohen to Receive FAMU Meritoriostil

,: l Achieve.eat Award .

Three Florida AM University and friends, 7:30 p.m. at Sunshine -
graduates and a member Manor. A luncheom is'
of the university staff will receive slated to be held in the University -
j, the university's coveted Commons at 12 noon
$s ,:'meritorious achievement Saturday.Mr. j
award": during the spring com- Cohen is principal of +k
mencement exercises her Miami Northwestern High
Saturday, April 16 at 9.... School. ,He Is a graduate of I
VL &
:, Dr. George W. Gore Jr., Florida 'U, and New York
president of the university, Universities. He has taught in
), announced the selection of the public schools of Tallahassee
( Samuel Cohen of Miami, Dr. 11 Jacksonville and Miami -
Lefall of Washington, D. C., and has also served as
E( Dr. R. L. Anderson of Tall. a principal of elementary ,
hams e and Dr. Flossie U. and a junior high school.He -
Byrd of Prairie View, Texas Is a member of the Florida
r as recipients of the award for State Teachers Association
, I exemplary services.Dr. and has held several positions -

J. Broward' Culpepper, --- ..-.. with that organization '
chancellor of the state university SAM COHENeon including the presidency.He .
r system, will deliver the has been cited for servicein
Ii t,commencement address. The honoring the classes end- the community for his work 'r
(I president will c at,with sen- ing in six and the classes of with the YMCA, the United' '
,iors on April 14 at 10 a.m. in 1916 and 1941 in the University Fund and the Christian Hos-
; ,, the Charles Winter Wood Thea- Commons, 1 p.m.; Con- pital Building Campaign. His f
tre. Activities scheduled for secration Services 7 p.m. accomplsihments the junior \
I April 15 are: The Alumni Association Charles Winter Wood Theatre; high school level won for him
I meeting in the Student Dr. and Mrs. Gore's receptionfor the 1954 Better Home and Gardens fTd
", Union Building, 10:30 a. the seniors, their rela- "Action in Education 1 -mmmKmsmtm9mm m
I to the alumni lunch- tives, the alumni the "
m. 12:00; faculty I
Archibald Pinder, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Finder of 1428 Fillmore

Street, Richmond Heights, discusses pending legislation with Congressman Dante

Fascell.Archibald, a 1963 graduate of Northwestern High School, has been working in: I

Fascell's Washington office since he began his studies last fall at Howard:t! lvr,,:
sity where he is majoring in pharmacy. ",


TRUCKING FIRM Miami Times Newsboys


HOUR SUITU. Party Saturday Ii
S. District Judge EmettC. i The Miami Times will have come permanent members
Choate has signed a court'a newsboy party Saturday 10 Any boy who qualifies for
order here which permanently a.m. April 9th at the Roosevelt membership, in. the Newsboys
rJ enjoins and restrains Dade Savings and Loan Association Club ,will. be::eligible,:to:.re
Trucking Company and ThomasR. ,Community Room. There will ceive prizes;(:bonusesr-'end
Worsley from future violations be plenty of hot dogs cold attend more parties and pic- I
of the minimum wage and drinks and cookies for all the nics. In addition he will have this
record-keeping provisions of young sales force. All Miami own savings account es-
the Fair Labor Standards Act. Times Carriers are invited and tablished in his name at the
They were also taxed with the all refreshments will be free. Roosevelt Savings and Loan
cost of the action. This will be the kick-off Association. So come on fel-
Clem J. Denicke, supervisor party to help all boys get lows let's go, see you at the. \.
I the Wage and Hour and started toward being members community room at 10 a.m. ,
.. .,I Public Contracts Divisionsat of the Miami Times NewsboysClub. I,
,. -" room 1257, Federal Office To become members of Join. ,the.NAACP .
I II Building, 51 SW First Ave.,,the club, each carrier must t }1 '1.11 J
I II aid litigation resulted from sell at least 50 papers a week ,., 'u :1
I investigation by his staff. and save $1.00 a week to be-

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When Sp 4 Thomas Walker wrote a letter to Bethune-Cookman College in an effort I
! to obtain books for the men of the 148th Ordnance Company Vietnam, Bethune- FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES .CALL

Cookman College students answered the request right away, by collecting more thana
hundred copies 'of fine reading material. Shown above are co-eds Lucky Coleman,

a 19-year-old Junior from Ocala, Florida (extreme right), and Joyce Hanks, a 19yearold t AL4.
junior from Crescent City, Florida (left). The project was directed by Mrs. Isa (
belle Ambrose, (middle), director, Bethune-Cookman Reading Institute. I


SWORN IN AS JUDGE If you are Young 18 50 Years : AGENCY INC.


The grandson of a slave homicide bureau of the office. OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT Iii:1 I II
was installed as a $25,000 a- After the 15-minute ceremony PAID SICK I
year criminal court judge in the judge's father walt LEAVES-PAID HOLIDAYSNO THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
New York last Wednesday. ,congratulated by the mayor. LAYOFFS.

James E. Yeargin a New He beamed with pride as he Stan training now, in your own AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
York County prosecutor for recalled how his father had HON. L. '
home and keep your present
28 years, was praised by Mayor been apprenticed as a 'slave job while learning to qualify COUNTIES.
John W. Lindsey and Dis- before the Civil War in a foun- JOB. DADE AND
trict Attorney Frank S. Hogan dry owned by his master.
Mail this coupon to:
before an overflowing crowdof "He learned the business Alpha Training Service of GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
150 persona in City Hall. real well" the elder Year- Florida
His 84-year-old father, JamesW. gin said. "And after the war
20 NE 29 St. Miami, Florida
Yeargin, who operates an with scraped-together ,
insurance business in Char- opened his own foundry at 373-4239
lotte, N. C., was among those Louisburg N. C." 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Name- ----
present at the swearing-in The 1900 federal census .

ceremony. showed that the Yeargin and Address------- Bonded also has employment service at main office
Before administering. Son Foundry was the only in
oath of office, Lindsay said America operated by Negroes, Phone.- --Age-SexBest 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
that "this appointment brings he said.
full time 'relations department to assist in solving problems
to the bench a person of vast public you your
judicial knowledge and a bril- the James grandfather Madison after whom Yeargin the,, time to catch me home Plus a (lest of cars giving door to door service for tenants convtnienct
liant with a human and for service call PL 9-8733
prosecutor Oil'nights Sundays emergency
judge is named died, and in EASTER PICTURES of the
quality of understanding.
1914 the father built a new Children?? See ADAMS, the
Noting that he supervisesa MAIN OFFICE
foundry in Raleigh, which he photographer Of the Sir John (
non-political office where operated successfully until it Hotel 276 NW 6th St. All day
7th Avenue
4150 N.W.
"character and talent are the PL 9-8733
was destroyed by fire in 1939. Easter Sunday.
sole qualifications for promotions -
," Hogan pointed out Vandalism done 'by a few li expensive to all. Pleat help us top this Uftn.ceua".r.

that Yeargin has been chiefof C.A. Lctekhorr, Public, Relations Director

Bureau since 1962 handling 9 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
about 4,000 felony cases an- STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

nually.Yearg> is a native of 17325 HOlllestead Me. 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 38416Pt"iBt

Spring Hope N. C. He was VET TV M553 1675 N.W 62nd St. OX 6-2467
graduated from Shaw Univer- 1019 Hommandvillt Rd. 3801 Grand Ave. HI, 5.1381
sity in 1931 and earned his Pompano W.E 3-3235 4240 N.W. 27th Avt, NE 5-3466
law degree in 1935 at St. 379773584SKW 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave.
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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. ., April 8. 1966
Dade County is about to have firearms k
ordinance. On Tuesday the Metro Commission took the BY BILL McBRIDE
first step by approving the proposed measure. It will

go before the public at a hearing and final reading on
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher April 26. The ordinance would restrict the sale of any NO NEGRO GARBAGE TRUCK DRIVER

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor firearms that can be concealed on any person. The a .,... IN CITY OF MIAMI. ,
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. City Editor sheriff would be permitted to finger print all gun deal- N. "

'Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association ers in Dade County. Licenses to sell, guns would be :t? { 10-YEAR-OLD BOYk"
issued to individuals-not companies.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES a ban on the sale or .i. WONDERS
Among other provisions are WHY
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 !
delivery of any firearm or ammunition to any person

Entered Second believed to be under the influence of liquor, or nar- One thing my 10-year-old) son, Mike has
as Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post of in c ,
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 cotics, addicted to drugs, a habitual alcoholic un- mon with any other red blooded American boy of flTsame ;
sound mind, a convicted felon, a fugitive from justiceor unmistakable
is fascination
Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 a member of a subversive group. age, an for all types
If the ordinance becomes law and its provisionsare of machinery. For years now, he has watched with

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" carried out, it could be the means of saving many amazement, the City of Miami garbage trucks grind and
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead lives. pack tightly the garbage placed therein. He is fascinat.ed .
the world from racial and notional antagonism when it -
the lift that the trash
BAD by picks up from the
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his streets
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the and deposits same into a waiting truck. It goes without
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that Three teenagers in Louiville, Kentucky were saying, if a boy is fascinated by a piece of ,
all/ men ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back. killed last Friday after their stolen automobile struck he shares equal fascination for the machinery
man who operates'it.
some steel poles. A fourth said to be the driver, with

CHRIST IS RISEN cuts and bruises, was arrested and charged with man- .
slaughter, armed robbery, macilious assault and shoot- Watching the City of Miami's garbage and trash
Easter constantly referred to by early writers as ing. The teenagers were fleeing from a robbery of ten pickup machinery and men in action evidently prompted

the "most holy Feast" the great.Day," the Feasts of cents at a speed of 120 miles an hour. Three dead Mike to ask two questions. The first question was:
Feasts," the Great Lord's Day," and "the Queen of were all 17 years of age. That's just too bad.A "Are there any Negro garbage and trash truck drivers"
Festivals." Since the first century it has been always
observed as the principal festival of the year. The tornado hit Central Florida on Monday leaving My answer was: "There are several employed by Dade

Paschal Festival was the birthday festival of the 10 persons dead and injuring more than 300. Propertyloss County but none by the City of Miami." With a
Jewish nation. is reported over $30 million. Governor Burns has bewildered look on his face he then asked the inevitable I

Easter is, in one sense, the birthday of the declared Central Florida a disaster area and federal : "Why?" This simple three letter, thought pro- I
Christian church. Humanity was born anew at Easterto and state aid will probably be given. yoking question, WHY?, tied me into knots because I I
a life beyond the reach of death.In couldn't answer. I promised him I would seek out the 1-

the person of Christ, who is head of the answer to his question immediately.So Y
Church, the whole of the Church is raised to a con- Phil OssoferGod is sour grapes! while a 10-year-old Negro Miamian impatiently
dition of heavenly life, although the self- ommunica- The second meaning, I
awaits an answer a concerned father wonders if the
ting of the Risen Life was not manifested is dead? Impossible!t|! believe, covers those who 'j
energy '
from His risen Body, until by the mission of the Holy God,the Creator, is the source. worship God only through ritual city of Miami is guilty of attaching "white only" and! ;
Ghost, He gathered His chosen people into partici- of all light, eternal as wellas [ and dogma. The living God "colored only" tables to certain jobs.t 't't'j
material light. Were it pos, is a God of action, and the ,
pation of His Divine glory. sible for His light to fail, at!1 god of ritual and dogma is note
CHRIST IS RISEN. HE IS RISEN INDEED. creation would die. Should th i only dead, but in truth, never I
sun up in the sky fail to give i really existed. One who wor- ;
.COMMUNIST INFLUENCE? its light and accompanyingheat ship by word alone is an idle
we would all die, Therefore worshipper, which in turn, is !.
:Ye Editor' to know that
pleased GeraldR.
was Rep. /kill
if God were to die, all an { worshhpper. Faith
Ford, Republican from Michigan came to the de- creation would dne with Him. without works is dead. ,
fense of President Lyndon Johnson whom a John Birch The expression "God is An example of this type of
leader said he was under Communist influence when dead" could have two mean- worship is found in those
he pushed the Civil Rights Bill through Congress. ings, I believe. One is that churches where people of dark
"The president and I have had our political dif- some of those who claim He skin cannot enter. What purpose -
ferences, said Rep. Ford," But if anybody"says Lyn- is dead have not really found can such worship serve
him. They remind me of when the worshippers fail to "
don was under Communist influence on this issue,
Aesop's story of the Fox and
heed the admonitions
to prove
they will have to that the of
who have
say same us
the Grapes, in which the fox their love for God by loving
championed human decency and equal justice in this
after such effort, fails to their brethren? Words which do
country.! reach some of the luscious- not inspire positive action are
Such a charge was also made the late t ,
against looking 'grapes hanging high hollow empty words. Armaggedon I
President John F. Kennedy and also against President on the vine. He leaves saying will not be won with
Eisenhower, by Birchites. that they were sour grapes, words, but with action: selfless
There will always be some people who will find unworthy of his efforst to heroic action based on ;
something to complain about, especially if it concerns reach them. the inspiration of the holy
the rights of Negroes as will be found in the Civil Not having found god in words of religious scripture.The .
their image (rather than seek God of those who live .
the "!
I Rights Bill. However, it is gratifying to know that this .
ing within themselves for His life is vibrantly alive. No one t>, .. ,'
Bill is being put into effect, and being accepted by "
image) they give up the battle, can convince them that "GodIs .4.
millions of Americans of the .: aAr ,
irrespective of
feelings : ",
sayini \ "God is dead. That: dead. ..,. .
some others. That is good citizenship. ,
President Johnson, the Congress and all others '
{ who. have, had ,anything to do with passing the Civil'Rights' T : : :
Bill. deserve the very highest commendationpossible. CallCHARLES

"The world is blessed most by men who do things, ROGERSAT ,(
and not by those who merely talk about them. James % \

Negro wades through water and mud shouldering heavy
METRO ON THE MOVE PL 1-7502 burden of garbage .

Metro's Manager Porter Homer has recommended a

regional government center building for South Dade For A Good Buy on
that would.be erected at a cost of $1.2 million In-
cluded would be a $500,000 medical clinic that could

be operated at a cost of $200,000. The site would be A Piano "C
near the Cutler Ridge Shopping Center. Organ, : 4
There would be courtroom space, smallclaimscourt ,
sub-stations for police, fire buildings and a Scott
zoning and an auto inspection station. Stereo

Reports are that South Dade citizens are not hap-

py or in' accord with the project. They still believe Orchestra Instruments
that the new hospital for which a $2.5 billion bond
issue was approved in 1964 should be built.

There is a brighter star shining in northern Dade CITlf OF MIAMI t
where our Metro family seems to be working more SANITATIONHM bin.r 4.yf

harmoniously, resulting in some necessary improve- .YSo ;I

cooperation Metro is now able to go about
installing a uniform sewer system. The Commission has Y
authorized} filing an application for a federal grant of fl
$980,000 to help finance the $2,335,000 project. s

President Johnson has invited all 50 states and
all foreign countries whose governments recognized ,
by the United States to participate in Dade County's
Interama project. a

..., .
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics .
...... While of waitsIn
credits Metropolitan Miami with leading the nationin white truck driver, at a higher rate pay

growth of manufacturing employment between 1960 comfort.

and 1965. VICTOR Since the City Commission is directly responsibleh for
'Greater Miami gained 12,600 manufacturing em- PIANOS & ORGANS proper handling of the affairs of the city of Miami*, I all

ployees in the five years period. There were 54,300 dnrN.W.54thSt.4N.W.rdAv, calling on Mayor High, Commissioners Range, Clark,,K'"'
with jobs, 12,600 more than five years ago. The na- PH. PL 8-8195 n"X, and Christie for the to this question: WHY
tion as a whole had an 11.5 per cent gain. ARE answer DRIVERS I IN
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 8, 1966 5

Y E Civic and Governmental LeadersHead
a 3 C <
Range TestimonialA
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committee of 130 local banquet to be held Saturday, the committee along with labor
civic and governmental lead- April 23 at the Deauville and religious loader
E ers will spear-head the testi- Hotel. Proceeds of the banquet

May the spirit of Easter monial dinner honoring Miami Congressman Claude Pepper will be used to assist Variety
and individualswho Children's Hospial meet its
Bring you joy, organizations and Rev. Edward T. Graham
have helped Variety ongoing operating ,funds, and
The beauty of the seasongladnessThe of Mt. Zion baptist
Children's Hospital.Mts. to helD offset its annual free
Church are cochairmen of the
bright Easter dawning-hope, medical care deficit of some
And the glory of the Resurrectionpeace.Hal M. Athalie Range, event. 1700,000 annually.
r Miami City Commissioner, is Members of the Miami City Reservations for the dinner
one of the individuals selected Commission and State Representatives may be made by,phoning 374-
Frazier, former Dade County Public School for a sepcial tribute at the will be serving on 6374. _.

(Naranja Elementary) teacher was guest singer on Art "'. '. '," .
Linkletter's House Party on Monday.

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Carl Strachan of New York City is visiting his Sunday, April 3, was a day
mother, Mrs. Myrtle Curtis who has been ill for some of joy and happiness for
time. Carl's family will join him this weekend. Mrs. Irene Adderley pioneer
Miamian of 1747 NW 4th Ave,

Houseguesting with Miss Bertha Glover of 8900 who was given a surprise
family reunion on her 80th
NW 18th Avenue are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Knowles of
Nassau. Attending the affair fron

out of town was her daughter,
Congratulations to Mrs. John Passmore, one of Marie Adderley, Morticiani;, I
nine winners in the, nation-wide competition sponsored and son Tony fron New York
k t. by the Democratic National Committee to select Women City. The reunion, which was f
Doers.Mr. given at the home of her
grandson Edward Smith, Jr. of

and Mrs. Johnnie Pompey of Philadelphia, West Hollywood was enjoyedby V T
than relatives
are visiting Florida for the first time as guests of more SO
friends. A wonderful family
their cousin, Everett Ingram.
program, along with remarks qr
from friends and neighborswere
!' Mount Sinai Methodist Church, Hallandale, was enjoyed by all.
I I.. the scene for the wedding of Rosita Butler and Sim

Bromfield on Saturday, April 2. The bride is the daughter -
P of Rev. and Mrs. William Butler of 1450 NW 74th
, St., Mr. Bromfield is the son of Mrs. Maude Bromfield Jaycees Have

2161 NW 59th St. and Spencer Bromfield, of Arcadia.

Lively MeetingLast
Sympathy to the Brown, Dobard-Martin, Johnson,

Butler, Davis, Harris, Gibson, and Lockhart families Sunday, approximately -
'> 1 n the loss of their loved ones. 65 members and potential ------- .-. -
members of the Northwest FAMU GRADUATE PHARMACISTS in the Dade and Broward County area along

Get well wishes to Olive Scavella at Jackson Miami Jaycees listened to a with FAMU's Acting Dean of Pharmacy, Hurd M. Jones Jr., and guests, took time

r Memorial Hospital, Maude Lewis at home, and Ben dynamic speech by Robert out to discuss mutual problems concerning the profession. The, meeting s'held at I
Sims, director of the Small
I worthy at Veterans Hospital. Business Development Center the home of Pharmacists E. B. and W. A. Gibson of Eddie's Drugs Glamour photo. I

I here. A lively discussion
Happy birthday to Yssa McDonald (9), Oswald followed the provocative

Smith (9), Nellie Roberts (10) and Sybil Farquharson speech. Following the dis- 20 Miamians Among
i (11). cussion refreshments were
Prince (Box) and Mildred Farrington are cuddling Robert P. Young, chairmanof
a 'pink bundle of joy, Gidgitt starlla, who made her the membership committeeand FAMU April Graduates

, debut March 29. Dill McBride Jaycee
I'f president were greatly pleasedat Tallahassee A total or the bachelor of science in bara L. Nickerson, .M r.n.! .,.E
f Airman third class Charles Rodriquez is home ont the large number of potential 292 students will be graduated pharmacy degree from the Patterson, ElizabethSdavella.Virgil .
members present. from Florida A&M Universityon School of Pharmacy; three who Valdez, Albertha William
furlough and Mom, Emma, (bur favorite beautician) is The next meeting of the
Saturday, April 16, during will receive the
of enrf Althea B. Wright.
all smiles. Charles has just completed a course as an Jaycees will be April 17, S the institutuons's spring coir law degree from the College

,, administrative specialist and is visiting family and p.m. at the Hampton House. mence ment exercises. One of Law; and 14 candidates for
friends.before leaving for his new assignment in Or e- hundred and nine of these stu- the master of education degree

, gon. dents were graduated in De- from the Graduate School. SACRIFICEROOMING
f The photographer at the Sir cember.
The candidates from Miami
Mayor Bob High is having a big birthday party John Hotel hoi a special The list of candidates for for graduation include the
Saturday night at Bayfront Park Auditorium. Dancingand Easier letting for picturesof the second trimester releasedby following: HOUSES

refreshments.Get your children.MIAMI Edwin M. Thorpe, directorof School of Agriculture and

the Office of Admissionsand Home Economics: John E. bedrooms,. 2. bathi. In.,
well wishes to Barbara Bo'Ney who was injured Records, include five stu- Collins, Laurastine D. Mason come property,' furnished..,
in a bus accident three weeks ago. dents scheduled to receivethe Rosa V. Starr.College $8,500 with 6%' interest:;'
bachelor of science degree of Arts and Sci-
down. for
$500 Open in*
Dallas Jenkins of Brooklyn spent a few days here TIMES, from the School of Agri- ences: Eleanor Blake. spection. 8013 NW 14th
with his sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .. culture and Home Economics; Others scheduled to receive -
4. I **** ........ Place.
19 candidates for the bacheloi me B. S. degree are:
Jenkins. Although they keep in contact, it has been
of arts degree from the College -
Marie Davis
Henry B. Ga-
10 years since they last met. From here Mr. Jenkinswent ADSBRING
of Arts and Sciences; 91 bniel! Barbara A. Hankerson,
to Sanford to visit another sister, then to Jack- --. who will receive the bahelorof Hattie Mitchell, Lizzie Mit-

sonville to see a nephew, Neil Jenkins and his family. science form the College chell, Margaret Percell, HazelM.
of Arts and Sciences; 41 who Robinson, Anthony Sweet- TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 8. 1966

Carver -- him In the shoulder during a Hanck and W. F. Speabnlll
One of the two men he
at the Farm Store, at Arrested was David
wounded him Thursday
ToBeEquaI aid
Ranches fi- night during a store holdup, NW 17th Ave and 47th St. 18, of' 4231 NW 11th Placr
The officer took the license whom Plyman 'identified
was identified by a deputy
number of the getaway Police did not identify th
1i7 Whitney JL Young Jr.ERCIIIIYeDlf'@dorKaUooaI News r constable Deputy Friday.Kenneth Plyman car and the vehicle was stop- second man, but said the\
Miami Policeman E. would soon arrest him.
,aid one of the two men shot ped by
Urban League I,11 '-fry Welter Bow. ---'

sunrise service Easter morning -

The summer of 1964 was marred by the din of gun- at New Macedonia Baptist NEWS

fire and rioting in the ghettos of some of our largest Church, 2201 SW 48th Ave.
South of the circle or park. Because our pastor, Rev.W. .
northern cities. The summer of 1965 was shattered by
will be
Our guest speaker Edcar: will be away attending -
the explosion of pent-up rage and frustrations that Rev. Owen Taylor. Breakfast a state convention,

was Watts. Last month more violence came to the will be served at 5 a.m. Rev.B. Rev. E. Long will be in
Watts area. Was this a harbinger of things to come? L. Mack is past
Will the summer of 1966 also go down in history as a at Mt. Moriah.
The VFW Post No. 8195 Easter Sunrise service EARL EDWARDS, PROP.
time of death and destruction; as a symbol of the fail- election Sunday
*ill hold will began at 5 a.m. Don'tmiss
ure of the races to live together in peace? April 17 at 4816 Pembroke this strmon at Mt.Mori ah. PHONE 753-8422 4400 N.W.1TH AVE

I fervently pray that this does not come to pass, Road. All members pleasebe Sick members are Mrs
but there is every indication that the warnings sig present at this -mee nl. Sylvia Williams, Mrs. Lisia

nalled by previouc out bursts have not been properly Folia Boyd post commander; Gilfert and Roosevelt Bud -
Charles Hart adjutant.
understood by political and community leaders and Williams. -U--
Mrs. Callie Parker has
even where there is some understanding, there is Bowe's Barber Shop and returned home from Palatka
little sense of the urgency of the situation or willingness Eleanor's Beauty Salon wish visiting relatives. ANNOUNCINGNASSAU
to take the necessary massive steps to alleviate all their relatives patrons .
conditions. An example of this is the now famous Mc- and friends a Happy Easter Hurst Chapel has a round

Cone report on the Watts riots of 1965, which takeson report financially and spiri-
a new relevance in light of last month's incident. The South Florida District tually. Easter service starts
Conference was held at Mt. Tuesday night with Rev. Y. C.
The McCone commission was made up of some of Zion AME Church West
Bruce of the AME Church of
the most distinguished citizens of Los Angeles under Hollywood, Fla. last Wednes- Pensacola, Fla. Sunrise ser-
the leadership of the former director of the CIA. Although day thru Thursday with Rev.W. vice starts at 5:30 a.m. The

it called for a new "revolutionary attitude towards C. Grant, host pastor, youth will have service at 11. FRANK
the problems of the city" and recognized the RCT. J. A. Robertapresiding Please don't forget the Easter
elder Rt. Rev. E. C. Hatcher,
.need.-for "costly programs" it offered the same solutions ; Fashion show at 3:30.
presiding bishop. The sermon
for these problems. I'd like to list some of the delivered Owner andmanager
was on Thursday
points made in the report which strike me as being afternoon by the Rt. Rev. E.C.
indicative of the gap in thinking between t *- Negro in Hatcher, bishop of the Episcopal -

the ghetto and the well-meaning but ineffectice lead- District of the state of

ers who, authored the report. Florida.We of the a_ J 1.
The report ignores the bitterness and resentmentof are thanking everyone 11Sir
who cane out to make this
past abuses of police power and does not commenton conference a success.

the role of the Chief of Police who made inflamma- Rev. W. C. Grant, pastor; John Hotel Restaurant
tory statements on television at the height of the riots. Mrs. Mildred James, reporter.

::JIe| referred Jo Watts resident as "monkeys in a zoo" wants all of his friends to know
'>and 'said "we are on top and they are on the bottom." TA
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO that he now also manages the Knight Beat
Other statements made clear to them that, in the eyes
of the police, they were cahed animals. CHURCH SUNDAY Restaurant. Serving all native dishes. Famous

Only in passing does the report mention the poli- ., for conch fritters, conch salad, barbecue and

tical atmosphere behind the rioting-the inept politi-
Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, souse. Serving daily from 8 a.m. to 10:30:
cal feuding which held up allocation of needed anti- ,popular local businessman, is

poverty'funds, or the overwhelming success of Propo- 14i DOWN 1 the owner of the Dive-Inn Bar p.m.
sition. 14 at the previous election. This repealed Cali- 1772 NW 79th St. Phone Is'' DAILY SPECIAL:

fornia's fair housing law, saying in effect, "Negroesmust 691-9431. He invites all his) Boiled Fish, Stewed Conch, Crabs & RiceFOREMAN
live in segregated housing." and Ride old friends to come and meet!'

:the report makes a big point of the unprepared- new friends.Everyone welcome

'' ness of Negro migrants from the South for city living. WITH INSTANT

There is no understanding that the burden of adjustment
to a strange way of life is also on the local FRI-SAT-SUN
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There is no mention of the brutal discriminationwhich S3 CORVAIR

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that failed them. S55 M0.

The report said these migrants came to share in

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,:Ignoring the fact that the state has a one-year resi-
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dency requirement. These people didn't make the long Hardtop V-8SHcfJ* MO.
journey leaving behind their homes, families and

friends, just to get a paltry relief check. The came 62 PONTIAC
for j jobs in one of the great industrial centers of the
4 door sedan
nation. That they failed to get these jobs is a tragedy;
it is even more of a tragedy that the commission Fully equipped $59 MO ti1
thought so little of their effort to improve their lot thatit Factor air.

slanders them in this way.

The report condemns that summer's non-violent 60 OLDSMOBILE Soul A Soul-Soul

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people to suffer wrongs silently. The real provocationswere ? tv1A/.T
the series of crimes against civil rights workersin
the South that summer. M

The report calls upon Negroes to "shoulder a 4 door, hardtop _

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calls upon Negro leaders to "exhort their followers Factor Air

to this end. "Exhortation won't bring about this
':responsibility, only immediate jobs and economic reform R
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in Watts will.

I could go on, but the point I am trying to make is Automatic DUBOISE/

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THE IAMI riMES: Friday, April 8:1966.: 7' :

partment. We've got enough of them now, and it is hardto the end of the month with Wild Man Steve as the Big J
1111 get men to fill the jobs that are available as it is.I Boss. In the meantime, for the Easter weekend the I
rr think it will all be worked out if the Sheriff does not Wild Man and Marie Knight will be at the Tropicana
U hlr.
r tell the Port Authority Director how to run the airportand Club in Freeport, starting tonight til Easter Monday :
Mr. Stewart does not tell the Sheriff how to run the Jeff Addams still wowing them at the Drumbeat in 4
Police Department. Buchanan has done his job well, Nassau The Dave Akins Trio will make their last !
Ht besides which Mr. Stewart is not lawman. for the
a appearance year in Florida at the' Parisian f
Room this Saturday and Sunday, before they take off
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: M. C. Bobby Mar- for the Mayberry Country Club in New York. Drop by I
BY QAVE BONDU shall wanted you to know thats inging star Della Reese and see them before they leave the area. We're gonna

_VV BWPMMVMWM! H wr am Ml was over to see her friends at the Knight Beat miss them So much for the Quick Notes, exceptfor
How about Big Joe Turner? He was refreshing and it ''
Davis. Tr..What can about Elois Foreman who will be in the Knight'Beat this
like Sammy Davis? He is COLOSSAL you!say Really, he a.guy is was good to hear some good blues and watch people weekend and Otis Clay at the Continental Wid dat

beyond Colossal. This is a man that you cannot describe each dancing TOGETHER. Mean to gether like touching like bye. Live. Life, every golden minute of it.
other. .
Opening Jr.the James Club is at PEACE!
because the word has not been created that
would describe this man.
All I can say to Sammy is,
"Thanks." (what else,
I'm already married!) WhenI
asked him to pay a visitto EASTER SPECIAL
the Brownsville Com-
munity Center and he said,
"yes," I had to get help.
First there was Neal
Adams and the Brownsville ie. -tc '

Association; Judge John :::4; """ --tc '

Johnson, center director; -_.__.._ iC '1., :
EOPI Boss, Fletcher Pas- .Irt' } 1'
chal; and the EOPI big boss,Dick Weatherly,who took '; !It' iCie
care of some of the details and they worked their ,,
heads off. All in all, it was a fine affair, with about *. \ ,. -tc
700 people on hand to greet Sammy. We would like to :J' ;f ; ,.. ". -tcic
thank Sheriff T.A. Buchanan for supplying the police .i f '
escort for Sammy;Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson for lettingus ,::7 :,;> :; .; -tcie
use the chairs from the New Convent Presbyterian st';: '
Church; EOPI Director Sam Moncurt Mr. Birch of Com- .M." ""
munications Systems, 771 NW 23rd St., who donatedthe .f
P. A. System; City Manager Melvin Reese and -tc 1 ? ;
Asst. City Manager Paul Andrews for the palms from -tc
the city nursery; Johnny Burke for the piano from the icie
Mary Elizabeth Hotel; EOPI Counselor Elvin Dean who .; -tcic
contacted Mr. Burke; Frank DuBoise and his Chicken
Scratchers; The Dave Akins Trio who backed Sammy -tcic
when he decided that he could not leave without sing- '. "fr .,. 3
ing a number "What Kind of Fool Am I" .Then Sam- ; .'. I' I:":" '.
ic' :
,, ,
', "'
my sang his heart out for his people then played 1'ic
Dave Akins drums. During his stay, he met Rev. .: / i icic .
Hinson, Charlie Hadley, Willie Pastrano (The former ;"
light heavyweight champ); Neal Adams, Alvin Cassell, .; ". ,
president of the Anti-Poverty program; our lady of -" .
history, Mrs. Athalie Range. We cannot forget the J
help from the counselors of the Brownsville Center: .

Elvin Dean, Paul Moore, James Ghent, John Gully, :'. '+;' iCr' I
Roscoe Machett and Juanita Hooks. They all worked t!;
3 ;;<.' '':'11" .. iC
very hard to make this appearance a success. Last, ., :;... flk : .
4 .
: ;. : /44 . -....... 1.. \
but not least, I would like to thank Mr. Charvis for all "'1'f" .' :"J'
he has done. This man, not on a salary, but out of the 3 ,". "' 1, 3:
goodness of his heart, he did more than his part. Oh, I } :.
must go a little further and mention another man who 3 :' ''iI "'1'ie
cane because he is a good politician and running for ',$
State Legislature. His name is John Beeker. When he : ;;; .,.. : -. ,. fl'r':
.. \ ..
"I .
told that this could not be poli- ,'. .
was by Judge Johnson ," >"! ; 1'
tical, he put up his campaign material and went out- : ; : ,;}!; "
'7'ic :.; { "'1'tc
side to help park the cars. After the affair was over, '.j U"'.' ,' .I! ,
he stayed and helped clean up the place. We didn't ask ;* ,: ,
him to do this, but he wanted to help in any way he ", ;
In the crowd, I caught the faces of Earl Carroll
and Joe Kershaw, who are both running for public of-
fice; Constable John Gilbert and his deputy; Blanche BEATNICK AND THE LETTER
Calloway, Flip Wilson, who is appearing at the Wilson

boy; EOPI brass, Dan Sladden, assistant to Fletcher
Paschal; and Lord knows who else. I am sure that
there would have been many more folk there, but a lot DaNced by GEE GEE LA TAHCE

of people did not believe that Sammy was really com-
ing, because it was April Fool's Day and It Was
Free. Needless to say, from the bottom of my heart, I AGENT 00-SOUl DANCE IY MI MI & CAL ROBERTS

say "thanks" to all mentioned and those I might have
overlooked, and above all to my very good iriend and
long time buddy, Sammy Davis, Jr.
Thanks also to Mr. T. A. Buchanan for his pre- WUK NO I HIT RECORD

sentation of honor bestowed on me, Billy Rowe, Sam-
my's public relation director, and to Sammy. We were
named "deputy sheriff." Ain't dat sumpin'? Thanks

MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK: Lorenzo CarnegieSax( )



GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Ernest Hayes (New +
president of the Par & Birdie Club) PERSONDIRECT

Arthur Patten is taking
County Commissioner
Alan Stewart, tryingto
sides with Port Authority Director
gain control of the Airport Police Detail. Sheriff
Buchanan sez the detail should remain under the con-

trol of the Sheriff's Department.through With the this airport I have and to FRIDAY BARGAIN SPECIAL 1.00 aim._ '
agree. Too many people pass
need the protection of our sheriff's department. If an-
other police department is created just for the Port
Authority it would be like the Nazi's taking over. Mr. the CONTINENTAL CLUB
be hired to
and who would
Patten sez he's for it, men
the detail would be hired as a sort of public relationsman SEPIA SHOWPLACE OF THE SOUTH
and would be nice if he were bi-lingual. Airport
policemen of course, there are no Negro policemen -
from the Sheriff's Office at the airport, yet, but the he SUN 5 PM-8PM SPECIAL ROZ HILL EASTER STYLE SHOWSammv
deputies )
is working on that and putting Negro
Motorcycle Squad. Let us not increase our Police De-



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Booker T. Hayes: ..,\ \ ) :.',.1.
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I' Things e jawae ,i :,
The Clay-Chuvalo fight is now'lstory.. The fias- w .+e.oee+say (
co predicted by so many of the in-crowd failed to come L -- Lawrence B. Cooper 7t : '
off. What had been termed a mismatch turned into what .
must be called the]greatest exhibition of defensive It SOMEONE STOLE MY THUNDER! ", '

boxing we have see in a decade. The tactics used by Last Friday eveing,sammie Davis Jr game'=-o
the Brownsville That is far I in'hatwas
the Champ's opponent were those usually attributed ( as as got
to the villain, never to the hero, but with such a sound to be a 'column eulogizing Mr. S. D. J. when I'
backing by the public I can understand the thinking Ii:? took a glance at Dave Bondu's column, there was 'my

behind Chuvalo's,savage, attach to all parts of the Li4 thunder! Of course Sammie's appearance out here was
body. He needed only to dent the armor of the Champion Dave's own idea and it was obvious that he would
have follow-u i''column. Anyhow, Dave Bond, '
and would a (007) :
,have received' the richest prize in all
I did mention that it would be a swell thing if you and
boxing. The champ was unable to use the ordinary '
o'f could other personalities*
cronies get
boxing term foul, because the public would have some your
of Davis' statue to come out when they are in the area
fake. There was no need to complain to the referee, and chit-chat with us who cant afford to go and see
because he was in better position to the
see fight
them. No entertainment angle, just a formal talk.
than the fighters themselves.Anyway, its the referee's Wid dat?
final say as to whether a fighter has fouled. ,With these

observations in mind the Champ preceded to be just THAT TAX MAN IS HERE AGAIN! ;, : ; $ i
what his title implies-a Champion. He withstood a *' 't-**..<;}
constant barrage of unethical punches and commencedto Last week we went and had our income! )''tax/d ** ;'
ductions validated and, sined our to form''stating'".
show the X. a :
watching public why he is the champion.
that week the had conned for the "abovetax
Willie Waters of every us
I have seen other fighters in action whose bodies Fourteen-year-old Anthony 11851
SW 220th Street, Goulds, is winner of deductions." When we got our withholding state-
seemed to respond to their command a a Special
ment and dug the three-digit figure we paid out, we felt
the Dade Association
vision of perfection. Such fighters given by County Optometric -
as Sugar Ray, Beau
like out and take of those
going advantage things our
and at the Annual Science Fair at Dinner Key.
Jack Kid Gavilan to mention a few, but The Champ
appears to bea_ combinAtionnf all these fellows styles An honor student at Mays High School, Willie was little 2 manifest into a larger frame. His craftiness and ma- selected by the professional association for his Senior Armed with receipts, documents, IOU's, dunnung
letters, proof of birth and all manner of taxdeductible4:
Division exhibit entitled "
"Visual Cliff Discrimination
neuverability make fighters such as Terrell and Chu- *
mess our fav
information we carried the whole over to
valo look laborous and awkward. The present ,dealing with small animals. Dr. Stephen Morris, 8741
crop orite tax consultant: Albert (Cousins) Cooke, dumpedit
of heavyweight contenders are completely at his mer- SW 24th St., one of the judges, makes the award.
on his desk and said, "OK Baby, get with it."
cy, however, they should clamor to fight him now be- Willie's teacher, Mrs. Rosalie Ehart, says the Cooke, a former Miami Times columnist, who
cause they will be at liberty'to use whatever studious lad is also an accomplished musician. His
means spent eight years or more in and out of schools and
they see fit to dethrone this unpopular champion. It mother, Mrs. Valuda Watres and two brothers and three universites absorbing math, operates a record shop

appears that anything short of murder will make them sisters are all college graduates. and income tax service at 2754 NW 54th St.
eligible for a congressional medal (smile.)

When I think of all the pressure being brought to .

bear on this 24-year-old man, (and he has proven to be Dr. Edward T. GrahamPastor THE COLUMN GETS A LETTER, !:,.r .,. '." ,.-a : _.,"."..... '="'
just that, a man, convictions and all) I wonder how Our lone out-of-town reader'dropped tin-a''line3
Mt. Zion
many would not have already found_ a path by whichto Baptist about a recent column. Besides other things in the let-

make a retreat? Realizing that answers to these LEEHOWARD ter, it says: "That column you wrote about the cops I
questions of my mind will never be answered, I only picking up drunks was a dilly! They do the same thing
hope that other young Americans in this age group here. They broke a fellow's arm trying to push him in
will show the same determination for their convic- tV their car. Well, that is how the world is."
tions what be. The letter came all the way from Denver, Colo.
ever they may I believe in the saying,
for STATE LEGISLATURECOUNTYWIDE and it still felt cold from the frigid temperature out
"there's a little.,good in the worst of us, and a little
GROUP 7 there. My admirer? It was my sweet.HI' sister, Helen I
bad in the best of us. I've read other writers ac-
L. ,Smith. Say hello to Smitty.for me, Slsl, ;:.
coiihts of the and in the end that ;
fight, most say theyare 10 years of. elected legislative experience 't .. \ \
glad they were not there, but somehow I seem to
get the feeling they're more disappointed than happy.

(smile.) After all these are just my opinions.P. Have your Easter pictures
S. Many readers who know my family have said mod In the beautiful patio of,
that last week's column seemed like a family affair, the Sir John Hotel. All Day 1
but it was just one of those coincidences.The Easter Sunday. I LINCOLN
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to take this opportunity in behalf of Myself and Mine ,

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prospect of a swinging Easter holiday has The program will be based upon a main theme (to radio station WAME's Fred Hanna. The show will

never been brighter than it is for this coming Sunday, be kept as a surprise) which will be presented in a feature a collection of foxey wigs from Jackson's Wig
April 10 at the Continental Club's Gaslight Room. series of six acts. Interspersed with these six segments Salon (tickets available at Jackson's, 6225 NW 22nd
Featured will be a collection of talented fashion will appear the musical talents of Cal Robertsand Ave.) Prizes will be awarded for various-'categories of

models from Miami and vicinity coupled with en- the Original Cousins Orchestra; the Otis Clay dress among patrons as well as drawings with prizes
tertainment. by several of the top musical acts in show Show and the fine dance team of Mimi and Gee Gee. given for matching numbers on ticket stubs. photos by
biz. Cal Roberts, a CC regular. will co-host the show with House of Photography

Noted fashion coordinator, Roz Hill, who has pre-

sented many public and private fashion displays in ----.
Miami, since her return from an extended period in
Germany and France, has devised a program of fun and IN FLORIDA

fashion that should long remain within the memory of Diaries Cirack, a 23-year-
all who attend. old white man of Titusville, I ,
was sentenced Monday to die
in Florida's electric chair for
the murder of a Negro. i
I Circuit Judge Howell Mel-
EASTER SPECIAL! ton passed the sentence for KEEP
the robbery killing of Moses
Jackson, 58, of Oviedo, May r
8. 1965.

Ij j Living Color without Cirack recommendation was convicted for

I mercy by a jury last month, STATE TREASURER
which makes the death penalty I
Photographs mandatory under Florida law. "Dade's Proven Friend
Richard White, 25, a codefendant
of Titusville, was PAlO fOL. *
S h8XJO given a mercy recommendation HEAR THE BROWARD WILLIAMS NEWS LINE DAILY AT 7:55 A.M.
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Forty-nine-year-old Andrew
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k r Cashe, testified that he and
: Jackson were picked up by
3 8XI0 $12.95
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Cashe said the two men
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j robbing him. He said he
also was shot by Cirack as
: j he knelt by the body of his
f1i i 93o NW 7 Av friend pleading for mercy.
A Y.5 f r+ j Attorney for the defense,
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday April 8. 1966 11
r caterer after which the tables were removed and Masons
and their ladies danced to the music of a 6-piece
i it orchestra until the wee sma' hours.
Scene above from the 1966 dinner and dance of
.: : the
? International Masons are:
'(1) Master of Ceremonies, Bishop W. P. Young,,George
Gold, Atty. Alfonso Sepe.
(2) Woodrow Wilson, Grand Master of the State of
Florida and Mrs. Katie Crenshaw, Grand Matron of
t \ 5 k (3) Grand Master Wilson joins his guests at the speakers -
'J table.
(4, 5, 6 and Some of the
", 7) 300 mambers and guests
: : enjoying the delightful repast.
(8) Mr. Wilson delivers a short speech.
:f I (9) Mrs. Ann King, Past Associate Matron, whispersto
1 J Past Grand Matron Mabel Gordon while Mrs.
f3' i Rena Mason of Winter Park waits her turn to whis.
7i per.
; (10) Bishop Young officiating. .
(11) Mrs. Ernestine Cook of Orlando and Mrs. Rena
\ : Mason enter the banquet hall. .
1K (12) Mother and daughter in matching hats (left) Mrs.
i fs Rose Fluellen of Ft. Myers and daughter, Mrs.
r + Phoebe Baker of Miami.. (13) Mrs. Albertha Lee of Home
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are still talking about the swank din- Bishop W. P. Young, a close friend of the Grand Dr. Elmer WardPr.
ner and dance given by the International F. & A. M. Master, was an able master of ceremonies who pre- ...
Masons a few days ago. The outstanding affair was sented speakers from the office of Mayor Robert King Em.r. Rootvlt Savings
arranged and conducted by committees appointed by High and from the office of Sheriff T. A. Buchanan.
the Florida State Grand Woodrow
Master Wilson of '
Mayor High was represented by George Gold who LEEHOWARD
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was staged Roomof thtb
. welcomed the visitors to Miami and made a few nice
the Alcazar Hotel on Miami Biscayne Boulevard. plugs for Mayor High as candidate for governor*
Over 300 persons were in attendanceMasonsand Atty. Sepe, for the Sheriff's office, spoke glowingly c ,
their friends-from throughout the state of Floridaand of the high tone of the assemblage and of the high
PaI. visitors were singularly impressed by the gor- regard the sheriff's office has for organizations of (for STATE LEGISLATURE
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'tHEMfAM'r 1 ( ._TIJV g, Fri_. Joy. April 8" 1966
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Rex Wr gh t of 2164 NW 65 St.,
RANGE died April. 2. Survivors are
his wife Fontella. Services .
NW ,
of 406
William Lockhart
It I will be held at 3 Saturdayat
-MEMORIALS DEATHS 10th St.died April 1. Mr. Lock- P.m.
St. Luke -Baptist Church.
6 hart was a pioneer Miamian,
havlngcome here many years
r survived three Lula Mae' Bogana of 1601 NW
ago. He is by
IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Rheba Small- 62nd St. Apt. 17 died April 5.
I\ wood, Miss Shirley, Lockhartand Arrangements are incomplete. HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
family of the late
sad but ofour Lockhart
In loving memory of our loving memory Miss Doreen ;
dear mother MAUDE DEAN HUNTERwho Lockhart Mrs. Mary E. Winders of 30 NE PRINTING
dear mother Mingo; a son Eric' ; LIKE OUR :
other relatives. Services were 97th St.,died April 2.Survivors
passed away March 17, are Flora, Eliza, James and
who departed this life April 1966 in New York City ao- held April 7 at St. Agnes
Church.'Mrs. Wilroy Matthews;employers Quality Job; Budget Price
5, 965. knowledges with grateful appreciation Episcopal
Dr.,. and Mr. Thomas Kain.
s'1t Gone, but not forgotten. of the kind exprea of 1810 NW final rites will be held in New No Job Too Large or Small
Doris Mann
Lula Washington, daughter of your sympathy.The 3rd Av'e. Apt. 7 died March 30. Church, Va.MIAMI.

Mary Brown daughter Survivors are a dear friend Deadlines Met on lIme
Florence Hines, sister Family mother Mrs.
Lee Phillips; ,
Peter, Akin and George Alice Marshall two daughters TILES Satisfaction Guaranteed

Goldwire, brothers Gail and Pauline; a son Willie
UN MEMORIAMIn and our customers come back!
James; two sisters Violet ADS

Allen and Lillie Mae Williams; ..... ..
CARD OF THANKSThe sad but loving memory 0:I "
two brothers Thomas and Earl Miami Times
our dear father, mother and
family of the late.If. sister, Marshall; a foster motherMrs., BRINGRESULTS
Margaret Romer; other relatives -
Saturday April 9 at Temple
Baptist Church, 1 p.m. Re- .".t. J 1.
,w "r' "' "" '- .. 'passed to the great be- mains will be placed in churchat --

n,MARY ARMBRISTERwho yond Easter Monday night 11 a.m. Saturday.Mrs. .
departed this life April : April 2, 1956.

8,"'1962, and was buried April .. "Asleep sleep in Jesus, blessed Odessa Williams of 1530

14, 1962. NW 1st Place Apt. died April Elect

Will your anchor hold in the '..: ... From weep.A which. none ever wakesto 1. Survivors are parenst, Mr. DICK
storms of life and Mrs. Herbert Butler Sr; a
calm and
When the clouds unfold their undisturbed brother, Herbert Butler Jr;
s wings of strife? ./ repose nine children. Services Sa-
Unbroken by the last of foes."
When the strong tides lift and turday April 9 at Mt. Olivette
'the cable strain .. ., The FamilyR. Baptist Church at a time to

Will' your anchor drift, or, firm "A ;, Wallace be announced.
'remain? J. Smith Jr.

Will your eyes behold throughthe E. Barr Sr. Mrs. Elnora Rawls of 1041 NW

morning light? D. SawyerF. 42nd St. died April 3. Sur- REPRESENTATIVE

The city: of gold and the har DownsJ. vivors are a father, Arthur

boor bright? EDDIE MADRID JohnsonC. Mims; four sisters, Mrs. Mary

Will you anchor safe by the wishes to thank the Smith Lou Daniels, Mrs. Carrie Bell GROUP 9
heavenly shore, C. BarrA. Jefferson and Mrs. Jessie Lee
friends for their kind
When life's storms are past many Jenkins, Newark, N.J. Wri&htand Mrs.Geneva Timras,
deeds of
sympathy during
forevermore? six brothers, William Henry,
r. its bereavement. Spec a:
Willie Lee, Edward, John and
The.Family! thanks to Rev. C. J. Burney ALBERT. Sylisters. Services were heldon
and Brown and Range Funeral
'l aCARD, Homes. Eddie L. Milton, 10159-B W. Thursday April 7 at 2 P.m. "NONE BETTER UNDER THE SUN"

OF THANKS Indigo St. Richmond Hgts. at St. Marks Church.J. .

The Madrid Family died March 28. Services were
C. White of 926 NW 45th SU
conducted Saturday from Mt. E. 0. CULMERPUBLIC
Survivors are
Sinai Baptist Church, Per- died April 2.
IN MEMORIAMIn rine. Survivors are wife, three his wife, Mable, two sons,
brothers two sisters. Johnny and Ulysses; a daughter -
loving memory of our Emma; mother ; Claudia ACCOUNTANT-NOTARY
dear husband and father, INCOMPLETEARRANGEMENTS Smith; sister, Bernice PUBLIC

t Hudson, brother Curtis Mar-

P Joseph Alexander, 927 NW 5 tin. Services Friday, April 8

''C? + Ave. died March 28. at New Hope Baptist Church YOUR INCOME TAX MADE EASY
T al 4 .
r t 1 r p.m.Patricia 25 Years In the business
r 1 Mrs. Clara Brown, 3644 Frow
Ave. died April 4. Morrison also knownas
Carol Johnson died March

Mack Leath, 14241 Polk St., 31. Survivors are parents, 5264 NW 24 Ave. 633-3735
Richmond Hgts. died April 5. Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison '
of New York City. Serviceswere

INFANTS held Wednesday in the I' 1 A.M. TO 10 A.M. DAILY

Baby girl Wooden died March chapel.Mrs. .

Estella Gibson of 1761
I Graveside services were held NW 63rd St. died March 31.

I\ 'Mr.'r and'Miti. Charlie Wood NEMIAH INORAM Wednesday for the infant Mrs. Gibson was a pioneer

Sr. with to thank their many who departed this life on daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Miamian having resided here Uittroln .,mortal 'ark

relatives and friends for April 9, 1961. Perpall. since 1915.. Survivors are her
sympathy expressed through "Shall claim of death husband, William, daughter You do Not nave to own Grave Space In LINCOLN
cards, telegrams and flowers to grieve causeus Graveside services for baby Alice Pinkney.' Services were MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW'46 ST. to bury loved

during their bereavement in And make our courage faint girl Lisa Venisa L. Brown held April 5 at the Church of one. Just Tellour funeral director this Is your wish.
behalf of their: son, the late or fall? were held Thursday morning. the Incarnation.Mrs. I It will be don.

a Tommie Lee Wood. Nay, let us faith and hope GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS
May God bless you all. receive; Rosa Mae Brinson of A. 1 mo. pre-nwd gray space solo now going on.
The rose still 1228 NW 58 Terr. Apt. 3
t the wall/* grows beyond died March 30. Survivors are NE .....197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 1-9197;;
May he rest in peace. Erskine Butler of 1061 NW mother, Mrs. Bertha Brinson;
47th St. died April 2. Funeral daughter Bertha Mae Brooks; .
The family of the late Mrs. Marie Ingram, wife services were held Thursday three brothers Ernest, John

ELDER EUGENE H. COOPER Eric and Reo, sons April 7 from Temple Baptist and Clarence. Services were,

Rose Marie Mobley, stepdaughter Church. He leaves to mourn held April 5 in the chapel. .
who's life expired on March and four step- his wife, Mrs. Henrietta But- d : r r yi >

16, 1966 would like to ex- children. ler, two daughters, Mrs. Le-
press their thanks and appreciation anna Johnson, Mrs. Winefred Mrs. Corine Edwards of 339

to their many CARD OF THANKSI Butler, one son John H. But- NE 29th St. died March 30.
friends and neighbors for their, ler, one granddaughter, Mrs. Survivors are two daughters,

many cards, flowers and tele- would like to thank all Betty Ross, two greatgrand Hattie Smith and Lillie Mae
grams and other acts of sym- friends and neighbors who children, three brothers Price Bethune; a son, Marvin Edwards

pathy. sent cards, flowers and donations Bain,N.Y.C. and Jerimiah Bainof ; a sister Ruby Davis.
Special thanks to the and friends who were Nassau and Herbert Butler Services were held April 5

Range Funeral Home, BishopE. so cooperative during our in the chapel.
D. Johnson and to Elder hour of bereavement. Special Andrew L. Sandoval of 195]1 t, THOUGHTFUL,

Jacob Cohen, pastor of Cohen thanks to the House of Albert NW 77th St. died April 4. Mrs. Annie Pearl Bridges of "'
Temple Church of God in Funeral Home and the First He is survived by Mrs. MariaE. 2401 NW 166th St. died March BEAUTIFUL SERVICES

Christ. Baptist church in Opa locka. Hughes and several other 31. Survivors are a son, Char-
friends. Services will be les; a niece Catherine Green; Our ability and desire to
Mrs. Amie M. Cooper From Mrs. Ada Bell Cuths- held Monday at 3 p.m. from other relatives and friends.
And Family burt, mother of the late "Hat- the chapel of Richardson Final rites were held in Daw- carry out your wishes, together

tie Mae Riley Bethune." Funeral Home. son, OatWilliam with our experience,

h:; mean a service that is
CARD OF THANKS L. Hagan of 2061-B ,
NW 5th PI. died March 29. He conducted with beauty and
I the sister of the late
is survived
by two nephews,
MRS. EFFIE WILSON Willie Franklin and Eddie ,7 understanding comfort.

who passed away March 24,. Hooks; a niece, Ella Gaton, ,i.\ki.
1966 wishes to express heart other relatives and friends.

'felt thanks and appreciationto Services were held April 5 at
\,.; "My Father in Heaven
the neighbors and friends Mt. Sinai Baptist Church.
never to forget love
who live at 325 NW 7th St. and
the surrounding community, Leonora Wiggs of 1805 NW 6 it looks up to me in the

for the floral pieces sent to Pl. died April 3. Survivors are \ beauty of the flower ."

the Sidney Jones Funeral mother Mrs. Sarah Baker, four '' John Henry Jowett

Home of Savannah, Ga. Spe- sisters, Mary Cowans, Bernice -
cial thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Bennie L. McClen- Oscar L. Range

Ray Dismuke and family. rut DRUG don, William Baker, Robert
and George Baker. Final ritesin Funeral HomeI2

Mrs. Sarah Green... 6730 NW 15th AVENUE Harold Jolllwtte.. Maaaser Lakeland,.Fla., '


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r' I '\' ,. NORMAN JONES
TalkY :

JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL ,,,. r common practice of diverse groups joiningin

to pursue a common political interest created. the
OPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT. Miami's big $; expression, "Politics makes strange bedfellows" to
Ilion gem robbery and the way New York's D. A. describe such politi cal alliances as the Church Group,
Ink Hogan's office and the Miami-Dade County Women's Christian Temperance Union-and the "Boot;
[riff's office in a joint investigation arrested two legging Interests" fighting the legalization of Alcoholic -
York hoods John Maters and Frank Giampaoli, Beverages and the conditi of Southern Democratic
h a third suspect Dominick Bretti of Utica, N.Y I uniting against Civil
and Northern
Republicans I
[rending The big talk is that Miami will be in-
[ted with the big time gangsters and racketeers until I Rights and Organized Labor Legislation.
Florida's Governor Haydon
I heat is off in New York .Gov. Rocky's State The ephenomena of
|lice, N.Y.C. Mayor Lindsay and D. A.Hogan's cracl Burns who rode to power in 1964 on Racism as a result -

vn on dope, prostitution and major after-hours clubsg of the explosive racial unrest ,in Jacksonville
Harlem areas, Greenwich Village, Brooklyn, currently 'courting' Negro leaders on a
ford Styvysant and "Times Square" with raids and basis will rank high on the list of examples o"Poli-

kups. Big clubs and theatres are complaining be- tics makes strange bedfellows."
fuse of the lost of business. "No Vice, No Business"IY.C. 1 The relationship of Governor ISums and, Frank_

slogan Meantime, it's exodus, from New Hampton dramatically exemplifies the cult of "Strange
brk to Miami Beware of the dope pushers.if the; Political Bedfellows." According to Burns, he was
i Miami like they hit New York City, they can destroy instrumental in getting Frank appointed to the State
hen of the greatness of a fine growing town .The< Beverage Department in the early 1950's and when he

brst draft-dodging scandal in history. F.B.I. agents -'.....".--- was fired from that position,Burns got him a job on
Jt at dawn routing suspects out of bed for arraignmentfore t t; iici of .Jacksonville. Hampton becomes a
( who indictments Burns and was summar-
U.S. judge Leo Rayflel opened "political liability" to Mayor
kainst 38 men in the N.Y. area. Paul G. Miller and visit to the Food Fair's booth at the recent Miami ily dismissed from the police force, after which Hampton
lomon Gottfried are believed to be the masterminds Home Show turned out to be worth a five-day visit in became a strong rallying point for Anti-Bums

a "Pay for Stay" out of Army (draft-dodging ring;) Guatemala for this lucky couple, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. forces in Jacksonville.Under .

What a racket Euill W. Long, 58-year-old Julius, of 1011 NW 44th Street. They registered for a his leadership and initiatiye, civil rights
orer, was captured and held for police by the slain free prize drawing and won the vacation: a round trip suits were instituted against the city administration .
d's brother Dennis, 19. The girl, Penny Van Arden to Guatemala on Aviateca Airlines with all expenses for integration of city-owned public facilities as the

he lovely school girl was nude from the waist downhen paid. Food Fair's super market exhibit was one of the golf course, swimming pools, parks, playgrounds, aud-
discovered by two policemen. EuiII Long con major attractions at the Home Show in Dinner Key Audi- torium, etc.Much .
ssed, "I have no defense, I'm guilty, I killed her torium this year. bitterness engendered between
ewark is the place, last week Mayor Lindsay political Frank Hamptonas
led by
Burns and the forces .
Mayor ''
fans to put 1,000 school dropouts (Negroes and prior to Frank's dismissal from the Jacksonville
uerto Ricans) on the police force, may lead to mas
signation of New York's finest Long Island FLORIDA SON MET DEATH IN CINCINATTI, OHIO.. police force,here was very little organized oppositionto
sta Nostra kingpin Johnny (Sonny) Franzeze has Friday, April 1, Robert Harris, his wife Annie. and a Mayor Burns in the Negro community; then suddenly
en arrested in the fabulous million dollarrobberyofiami son were driving to the shopping center when suddenly under Hampton's leadership the Negro community was
Beach Hotel. The kidnaping of Danny Gold- they had a minor accident with a prominent white split decisively into strong pro and anti-Burns camps.As .
jian may lead to many surprises before it is solved. citizen. After they wrote up the accident report and the dominant force in the anti-Burns crusade
were about to leave, cops came on the scene, and Hampton gained a strong following and''Wasgenerally

PCRTSMANSHIP Tuesday morning, March 29, Whitey insisted that the officers arrest this man. Naturally recognized as the political leader in the Negro community

bout 6 o'clock, a cab ride to Kennedy Airport, a seatn the cops must accommodate the "white ig spearheading: the fight against Burns for reelection
the big Trans-Canada Jet Liner, landing at Montreal': shot." An hour later Mrs. Annie Harris received word as Mayor in 1962 and as candidate for Governor

irport on the hour, renting a Hertz car, picking up of that her husband was dead-causes undisclosed. Mrs. i in 1964.
couple of Canadian hostesses who were waiting and Harris had a miscarriage and lost her child. Robert Much to the chagrin ot Hampton's local followingto
xpecting us. (A natural blonde and a drugstore red Harris was the son of Mrs. Maggie Harris of pensacola, the utter amazement of Negroes throughout the state
ead). The girls to decorate our motorcade only. We Fla., 108 E. Bernard St. Robert lived in Miami for and even moreso to the loyal faction of Burns supporters
eaded for Toronto,to see our great champion in bat. many years with his sister Mary Adam Jones and Lillie in Jacksonville, Gov. Burns appointed his most
le. Seems to me (I may be wrong), but Cassius Clay Bell Straughn (Bronx)-autopsy ordered. dedicated political adversary to head up the state

ould have, knocked ,George, Chuvalo.out any time he CHATTER Van' Dyke'; wide campaign for Negroes in his abortive attempt to
wanted to, but you fatten up and dress a turkey before MUSIC SURVEY TEEN Crou- garner support for his 300 million dollar road bond
you slaughter him Oh! well next time. George "No Man is an Island" dedicated to Jacqueline issue.
huvalo is as fine a person as he is a fighter and mel, Miami songstress Steven Truett, Bklyn.Save"to Strange political bedfellows can hardly be foundin
Tex's "The Love you
hat's pretty good Dodgers holdout pitchers Sandy Miamian dedicates Joe Brothers the history of the Sunshine State.
model Roz Hill Righteous
that Miami
(oufax aril Don Drysdale signed contracts for$215,000. Branch of
Both have signed movie contracts and didn't seem "Soul and Inspiration" to Jacqueline

orried rehearsing for their roles in the movie "Warn. Mays Walton High School. The. great. Kim"Sam Weston's"HeIpless"and Dave" big hit to Our Rulers Speck Oltr
ng shot" Three man team from Pres. LBJ Committee dedicated to Margaret Jose-
"Hang On" I am Coming"
on Manpower, made an agency to agency anderson
Easter and a day
74th St. Happy
to person tour of Harlem last week. The team phine "time and tide
omprises representatives from Labor, Health and Of peace. This is Scoop Bethel saying
waits for no man." Till next week, so long.
elfare Depts.PRESIDENT .


RETIRES Dear Colleagues: As you probably know,
since the age of 15, my life has been spent in the labor j Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
movement. From this moment, I got my moral and
spiritual guides for my life, giving it directing and "MR. JACK" Letters to thi Editor
purpose in helping workers to achieve a better life. I FOR
wish to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to all STYLES FOR ALL AGES YOUTH DANCE ON EASTER SUNDAYMr.
members of the board, mgrs. of locals, officers and Th. Very Latest in M.n'. Fashions Willard T. Fair
members for never-failing faith in me and our union and SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS Greater Miami Urban League

heir understanding help through the years. "I have ITALIAN SHOES Miami, Florida
ecided to retire" choosing Louis Stulberg as the man 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
o succeed me as president. David Dubinsky (a young Dear Mr. Fair:
'8). flflA ...... I view with great apprehension the forthcoming

EW YORK CRITIC GAVE GOOD MENTIONS Urban League "ball", April 10, 1966.
raising the Pre-Easter Musical presented Palm Sun- Why was this formal dance scheduled on Easter
lay at the Bethany S.D.A. Church in Brownsville. A Sunday? Is it fair to youth of this community to develop

pedal praise to Mr. Leon Farrington, choir director. 1 programs which take them away from Sunday wor-
------ NOW PLAYING ship? Why should a United Fund Agency flaunt such

dI N Mda THEATRE "sacrilegious" activities before the pliable youth
DRIVE-IN community.As .
an ardent member of the Protestant church, I
I find it incomprehensible that a group organized to fur
v ther the cultural and economic progress of the Negro

What vas her sin ? should flagrantly disregard one of the basic tenets of
"freedom of religion". To sanction a dance on one of

Loving too much the Holy days; and, to further entice our youth by
rowning the winner of a financial drive for funds, is
... or not greatly demoralizing to an already "spiritually.decay.

enough love ? ing" society.
Marian Shannon

.II r...:.:' -' ,-.-I Bethel Production

CHURCH FESTIVAL IN MIAMI. Mt.their Pisgah annual Women's tt
Day Adventist Church is presenting and
Saturday, April 31, 0
Day Musical Festival '
affair. There will be manyt'iehlights TECH NICOLORD
ISurdaMay 1. A two-day
Saturday, April 31,
and performers.
tte festival will be held at Mt. Pisgah vmS IOHN FORSYTHE KEIR DULLEA For STATE LEGISLATURE
School, GROUP 7
15th St. and May 1 at the North
St. Laverne Bethel, New York model and Beatrice two of ALSO: "THIN RED LINE" KEIR DULLEA '''10 years of elected legislature txprUnct." I
f dgerson of New Liberty (Carol) City are just

| ? attending hostesses.



14 THE MIAMI TIMES, FrIday, April 8, 1966

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CHURCH ATTENTION REPORTERS +ll I'DU In (Eljurrly f 'undttj

.. .
t' Church R.WB for publt 'I "

cation In the currant wook't +

issue mutt b. In our offlc
Rev. A. Tyrell Dear, Vicar
ao latarlhan 7 o'clock Mow
Everyone is invited to attend i
Joy vonlng. PutllcaHo. of

n.ws ..eolvetl, ,..., thM our Easter Even Liturgy,

Limo cannot bo .". ..... Saturday at 11 p.m.', which
leads into the first 'pelebra-

tion of the Easter Mass. This

traditional service is full of

. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN interest to' all. The rites of ST. JAMES AME

Easter Even are of great antiquity -
services will
Good Friday
Rev. W. P. Savoy, pastor reaching back to the
held at 8 Friday. Thisis
be p.m.
days of the Apostles. Beginning -
Thanks, many thanks, to a then at sundown on Saturday an important day in the
Rev. Olenwood of Christians and this
Cronin and the with lives
liturgy began
members of the Trinity Presbyterian the lighting of the lamps, and service should be well attended -

Church of Key West, proceeded to a long vigil ser- as a prelude to the Easter

for the outstanding hospitality vice of scripture lessons, Sunrise Service.

'" they showed us during our canticles and prayers lasting The Sunrise Service will

f United Worship and Fellowship most of the night. Before begin at 5 a.m. This solemn
last Sunday in their fair visitorsand
dawn the candidates prepared occasion brings many

city. during Lent were baptized and friends to St. James where
Praise the Lord for grant -
-- confirmed and daybreak, the risen Christ is fittingly
inl,us a safe and successfultrip Members of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church and local citizens responded warmly the whole,rite concluded with honored and worshipped in

and Elder Joseph Lever- when they learned of the financial plight of an African student at Miami-Dade Junior the Easter Mass. The officewe songs and music fitting the oc-

ity, who was the official in College. Above Rev. Purdy S. Brown presents a check for $132 for Miss Rosie shall be using at Incarna- casion. The regular morning
charge of the
trip takes this
opportunity to express, his Ofem of Nigeria who is studying dietetics at Miami-Dade. Also shown are Elwyn tion is an adaptation and sim- worship begins as usual. ,r

gratitude for the superior Barnes, Dea. Americus Jones, Dea. George Washington and chairman of the deacon ceremonies plification of fitted0 these ancient the Steward Board No. 2 will

teamwork and cooperation that board Sylvester Bruton. Mr. and Mrs. James Chandler offered free lodging and Mrs. framework ,of our Book of meet Friday night. A report on

the Grace members and friends Theodore Corker offered free beauty service. Others contributing were Deacon and Common Prayer. the recent dinner sale will be

showed throughout the entire Mrs. Haywood Heard. Non-members helping were Misses Nellie Moore, Charlotte Other masses on Easter made then. Albert E. Smith is

day.The_ worship service that Ellison, Maude Ellison, Eddie Mae Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards. will be at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. the president.Bro. .

Also we will celebrate Easter
day, although a full two hours Dallas Stroud is ask-
Monday and Tuesday at 7
in And length, was played at its his best. EARLY- SUNRISE FIFTH CHURCH OF ST. MARY'S W. M. Visitors are always welcome.The all members of the Male Chorus ;
everyone or night at the
Sunday School Easter to meet Saturday
her part, in making the wor- TO Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
SERVICE CHRIST, SCIENTIST Egg Hunt will be held at the parish hall. This is an impor-
ship and the fellowship one Sis. Dorothy Major, reporter
tant meeting, so please
FEATURE PAGEANTRYEaster old vicarage at 3p.m. Monday.
t of the highlights of the year. The Ministry of Christ
Through this dark night, in The Sacred Heart Chapterof present.
We look forward to the pas Jesus, his crucifixion accord- *
Sunrise services at still Gethsemane, the ECW will present the The April-Ites will be on
tor and congregation of Trin- St. Luke and the '
ing to resurrection -
Greater Bethel AME will harkto Christ bows in prayer besidea annual Easter Fashionetta, hand to serve breakfast after
ity to be with us on the third account from John
the story of the risen Christ granite stone; Easter afternoon at the Liberty the Easter Sunrise service.
Sunday in May, which is May form the basis for this Sunday's -
15. and, through the 50-voice Not far away are Peter, James Square Auditorium at 5. Why
Bible Lesson at Chris-
choirs retell the story in pageantry and John don't you come out and joinus
Out services of
remaining tian Science Church services.
worship for Holy Week: thurs- and song. Rev. S. A. The church soloist, Mrs. Might watch with him, but for fun and entertainment? NEW MACEDONIA
Cousin, the pastor has an- somehow lack the power.
day evening at 7:30: Bible Billie C. Howard will ,sins
nounced that the service 3165 NW 56th Street
Study followed by a Maundy "Open the of The< will be services on
will begin promptly at 4 a.m. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
Thursday Love Feast. Friday Temple" by Crosby and Kneppas from 12 to 3 p.m.
Three choirs and special Good Friday Willie J, Bear d, reporter
from 12 to 3 Good Friday ser guest soloist will be featuredfor part of the music for the Easter morning Sunrise Ser- 420 NW 40th Street Choir No. 2 will celebrateits

vice. Sunday morning at 5:00: the traditional candlelight service, accompanied by Miss vice will begin at 4 a.m. TheLord's Rev. W. H. Washington, pastor 3rd anniversary this coming -
Easter Sunrise Service. Mom- Blanche Calloway. Passage to will be adminis-
pageantry. Supper The general public, mem- Thursday night with the
ing Easter worship at 11:00, read from the textbook will tered at 4 and 11 a.m. and at
Sunday school workers will bers and friends are invited to Rev. I. H. Leadeu and congre-
and at 7 p.m., the Sunday include these lines. will sing jointly
continue the observance of 7 pm. Choirs worship with us at the gation of Jordan Chapel, Coconut
School will Easter
present an
in the There were rockribbedwalls throughout the day. "Church of Grove
Easter, at 9:30 a.m., Brotherly Love" Friday night.

program.Let us take advantage of lower auditorium of the church. in the way and a great April 11 both usher boards Easter Sunday at 5 a.m. The There will be a musical
?> stone must be rolled from th r{([will sponsor a dinner at the has
the Lord while The youth group of Greater pastor promised, throughthe program Sunday afternoon.
worshipping we cave's mouth; but Jesus van- church hall. The public is invited help of the Ghost Revival and
li ve; for the Lord Jesus has Bethel sponsored by Mrs. Holy to prayer meeting

made it known that "whoso- Mary Cousin and the youth quished every material ob- .' be at his best. Yes, we've begin Monday night after the

ever shall confess me before choir, under the direction of stacle, overcome every law 0 f been holding out for this Sun- second Sunday. PreachingMonday -

men, him will I confess also Miss Cherry Mills will pre- of matter and stepped forth MT. Zl ON AME CHURCHRev. day. Some have said that we night after the third Sun-

before my Father which is in sent an interpretation of El from his gloomy resting place, wouldn't make it. But thanksbe day and ending Friday after
crowned with the glory of a Milton Fayson, pastor for the the fourth
heaven. But whosoever shall wyn Gunn's "No Greater goodness of God, Sunday.

deny me before men, him willI i Love." Mr. Robert L. Stokes, sublime success, an everlast, Naomi jean Charles, reporter our friends, our neighbors and

also deny before my Father superintendent of the Sunday ing victory He proved There were some 263 com- fellow churchmen. We have
Life deathless and Loveto
which is in heaven." Mat. 10:: School, and department su- to municants for this first Sun- been able to not become discouraged -
be the master of hate."
32-33. perintendents have worked diligently day in April. We are looking and scattered abroadas FIRST BAPTIST
Sublect of the LessonSermon
with the younger for Good Friday worship at 8 it were when Jesus was 2300 NW 46th Street
Are Sin Disease and
children to add musical selec- Death: Real." ,Services begin p.m. on the Seven Last Words. crucified between two thieveson Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor

MARTIN MEMORIAL AMEA tions, recitations and oratoryto at 11 a.m. All are'welcome. Also to the beautiful Surmise the cross. Certainly, if you Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter

the program. The public is Service at .5 a.m. Sunday and want to witness and bea The pastor, his family and

high and spiritual ser- invited to worship Easter the lovely Easter program at part of joyful celebration, members of First Baptist wishto

vice has been planned for all Sunday at Greater Bethel AME. 7 p.m. You want to work? don't fail to be here. thank their sister churches
day Easter Sunday. Services BAPTIST Well Mt. Zion's still aroundso Breakfast will be preparedand visitors and friends for mak-

will begin at 5 a.m. followed come on out. served by the
the pastor's fourth anni-
698 NW 47th Terrace ong
by Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. This, he has indicated will
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor versary a great success.We .
and the
regular 11 a.m. ser- be
a pastor's breakfast wittall
also wish thank
Dorothy Chaney, reporterOn you
vice. There will be a programfor A. L. Shipp, minister FELLOWSHIPBy the trimmings. for attending services with us

the young people at 6 p.m. Monday evening the Regular 11 service
a.m. last week with the Rev. Hol-
The public is invited to Richard J. McGhaney
All members are asked to at- usher board as well as the will be held at the usual
loway of Albany Ga.
attend a State Rally Tea, Jesus said unto her, I am ,
t nd the services and bmig
a other members of the church time. The choir has been
friend. Parents are asked to Sunday, April 17 from 3 to 6 the resurrection, and the life: rehearsing Sunrise service will be at
joined in an 'appreciation program special Easter mush 5:30: Sunday. The public is in-
bring their children and not p.m. at Liberty City Center, he that believeth in me,though
for Deacon J. D. Allen. to sing at this time. vited.
6304 NW 14th Ave. sponsoredby he dead shall he
were yet
send them to the Easter
program This lovely evening was The young people will be
the women of New Mt. live. John 11:25.
by Remem-
M. C.ed by our own Mrs. Ber- presented in a Easter program
Moriah. Please come out and Come let us fellowship together
ber parents, "you can't teach
nyce Greene. During the at 6 p.m. Hear these young
what youSdjQn't know and attend this tea. Mrs. A. G. program let us love one another BETHLEHEM BAPTISTRev.
you Deacon Allen was awarded people as they perform at their
Shipp, chairman of publicity as we never loved be-
can't lead where don't
you best. Join in
a plaque for his se rvice tI the Easter pa-
committee. S fore. This is the one great Oscar West
g. the usher board. We all love rade, and be here! pastor
The pastor is asking all The pastor and the First Deacon Allen and I'm sure way that we can show that we Services will be postponed Gloria L. Howard, reporter
Lady left the city Monday for are resurrected with this Eas-
candidates who are to be bap-
now he knows that his service Sunday night, but the following -
tized to be present for this the State Convention which is ter time, in Christ Jesus our'Lord. Ourpastor will be attending
has not been in vain. Easter Monday at 5:30
part of the service. Remem- being held in Jacksonville,I But remember, not only the State Baptist Associationin
there will be
Sunday is Easter and as p.m. an Easter
ber your church needs you and. They will return sometime I usual we will hold our annual this time of year, but let us hunt. All members of the Sun- Jacksonville.On .

your financial support.TRANSFIGURATION. Saturday. We hope they havea church service. This try being loving all year day School and BTU are re- Saturday there will bea
safe and spiritual trip. round. We can if we try. So mined pie selling at Sister and
by the Baptist Train- to come out.
Easter services will begin until a later date, if God'swill Bro. Speight's home, 1910
ing Union. Breakfast will bI
at 5 a.n. Both choirs and usher ; thanks and my prayersfor NW 52nd St.

boards are asked to pleasebe served following the service. all of you. ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. On Sunday there will be
The service begins at 5
Fr. Elisha S. Clarke, vicar at that posts. That evening the adult a.m. P. Freeman, pastor Sunrise service at 5 a.m. Also

Schedule for Holy Week Our Woman's Day program Sister E. Jackson, pastorWe there will be an Easter pro
membership _will ST. BARNABAS
Services: begins April 22 through 24. present, W. M. gram at 3 p.m. Let us not for-
"The First Easter." The will have Sunrise Ser- get the sick and shutins.
Good Friday: The Mass of adults need our support, let t Rev. H. Demeritte, pastor Sunday morning starting at 5

the Pre-sanctified, 7 a.m. us come out and see and hear Rowena Richardson, reporter a.m. Everyone Is invited.

Meditation on The Seven MT. ZION BAPTISTRev. the wonderful pageant directedby The The entire membership is
pastor and members
Last Words of Christ on the Mrs. Bemyce Greene. wishing you a Happy Easter ST. LUKE

Cross, 12 noon-3 p.m. immedIately E. T. Graham, pastor Let us not forget to pray for thank Mrs. Mildred Rolle for and everybody -welcome to PRIMITIVEWEST

following this, service the sick and shutins and es- putting over a wonderful project worship with us at all timesin

there will be a dinner sale EASTER PANORAMACome pecially for our pastor. and coming out on top. all services. HOLLYWOODRev.

,sponsored by the St. Veroni- out and. bring your Bro. Sidney Trotmanappointed D. A. Lattimore,

ca's chapter. For deliverycall family and friends to churchon Bro. Ardley Richardson to Bernice E. Griffin pastor
take charge of the Men's Day MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. reporter
685-2001.. Easter Sunday night at MT.ARARAT 'erSunn" Service
Holy Saturday Confessionat 7 o'clock. The Business and program. We are preparing for be held at 4 will
CITY WIDE PRAYER BAND our church conference this Samel Atchinson, pastor a.m. with both
5 P.m. by appointment. Professional Women's Circleis choir No. 1 and the
1525 NW 3rd Avenue Kina
month. We thank God to have The annual Easter program Airs Bel-
.. Holy Baptism 6 p.m. presenting for you an un- and usher board
will be held No.
Susan Johnson with us on Sunday, April 1
Easter Day, Low Mass with usual treat in the form of a The City Wide Praye r Band rendering' service. The
Palm 10 at 6 You
.on Sunday. We are planning p.m. are urged to will pastor
hymns, 5:30 a.m., Solemn Panorama. The drama is en- will have Easter Sunrise Ser- a lovely Easter progra'mRev. attend this program and hear deliver the Easter sennon.

Suni Mass, procession and titled, "Women of the Bible" vice at 4:30 a.m. Rev. C. H. Culmer is still under the the many talented youth. We At 3 p.m. the Sunday School

sermon 10:45: a.rn% Solemn promises to be one that you Hargarett will deliver the mes- weather. We are all prayingthat are temporarily holding wor- annual Easter pageant will be

Evensong and Benediction of will long remember. Mrs. Mar- sage. Rev. G. H. Mitchell, he will be able to attend ship service at the Masonic held and ay which time the Queen

the Blessed Sacrament, 7 ,p.m. garee Johnson, president. president. the church conference. Temple, 1742 NW 3rd Ave. King on parade will be
presented. ,


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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King,
BAKER sponsored by Choir Noll.'

..... Sincere: thanks to the parents *
The Mt. Zion Baptist of all contestants,
urch's annual Baby Contest friends, members and church ,
--- -- --
Climaxed with the following SHERYL FAYE KINO organizations for making our INSURANCE MANAGERS MAKE PLANS
inners: First place, Willie second, Selina Baker, parent, annual contest a great, great
ee Waldon Jr., parents, Mr Mrs. Pauline Fayson, spon- success.: Mau God ever keep J. A. Batts, Agency Director of the Afro-American Life Insurance Company, met t.
tnd Mrs. Willie Lee Waldon, sored by Ward No. 15; third, and bless you always. Rev. with the East Coast Planning Committee on March 28, to inaugurate a promotional
ponsored by Choir NO.2; Sheryl Faye King, parents, Edward T. Graham, minister. for re-electionas
program during the month of April. Mr. Batts is in a contest running

EV. BLACKNELL SALTERS CHAPELRev. PTA PRESIDENT director and is touring the state, barnstorming and whistle stopping.
Those attending the Campaign Banquet were from left to right: Johnny Dean,
FO LAUNCH DORSEY H. J. Benson, pastor HONOREDOur Assistant Manager, Miami; C. E. Corbin, Manager, Daytona Beach; H. W. Scurry,
ORKSHOP SERIESRev. Flossie Marshall, reporter principal, Miss 'W. C. Assistant Manager, Miami; I. D. Harvey, Manager, West Palm Beach; C. J. DaValt,
The young people will have Bawl, the J. R. E. Lee Elementary -
J. B. Blacknell, the their Easter program at 3 p.m. School PTA and the Acting Manager, Miami; J. A. Batts, Agency Director; C. E. Ellington, Manager, Ft.
istinguished pastor of St. Sunday. We are looking for a South Miami Methodist Church Pierce, V. V. Fields, Area Campaign Chairman, West Palm Beach; J. P. McGuire,
James AME Church, will be wonderful Men's Day on the Woman's Committee started a Assistant Manager, Miami and Josh Brown, Area Campaign Chairman, Miami.
Introduced by the city editor fourth Sunday in April under kindergarten four years ago at ,
f the Miami Times, William the guidance of E. Glenn andJ. Mt. Olive Baptist Church in
Bride, at the next meeting Thurston. There will be a South Miami.
f the Dorsey,Jr. High School dinner sale at the home of The school was operatedby 1
T A. The event will begin at Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Byersfor volunteer workers.
p.m. Tuesday, April 12 and the men program, 832 NW Mrs. Doris Passmore, one the OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
vill mark the kick-off of a 75th St., 769-2084. of the parents of the community Oi1\
cries of Parent Workshop and president of the } f
imed at bringing the parents MT. OLIVETTE BAPTISTEaster PTA has been with the school ( BRING RESULTS
loser to Dorsey. since its beginning. ,
The topic of the discussion Sunrise Service: will She has worked untiringly.
vill be centered on the importance be held at Mt. Olivette start- day after day to help the boys I
of educational and voca- at 5:30 a-m- Everyone is invited and girls of the community.Mrs. .
ponal planning for students and to come and worship withus. Passmore quaIl fies
lie need for parental involv- Also at the 11 a.m. ser- for the National Contest by '
ent.Dorsey's vice.: Music: will be furnishedby winning the award from the I ,
approach for more the three choirs of the Coral Gables National Wo-
ctive involvement with patents church: and the Youth Choir man's Club. She was selectedj
includes more teacherd featuring 100 voices. The sermon as one of the three national
counselor conference with will be delivered by the winners in the Project: Head- KEEP
arents in the evening hours pastor. .The public is always start category by the National
as well as the day, in addition welcome: at Mt. OHvrtt Democratic Woman's Club
to the beginning Parent .from more than 200 nomina- FLORIDA .
orkshop Series. tions across the country.She .
The Parent Workshops will ty
EASTER PICTURES I" will receive an ex
continue in full force in September -
[ beautiful natural color are pense-paid trip to Washington GROWING .
after vacation.GARDNERS .
be honored at a lunch- $
mutts. See Adams, the photo- to i 17wt
grapher, all day Sunday In the eon April 18. One of,the main *
[ ASS'N beautiful patio of the Sir John events of the 1966 Campaign
Hotel Conference for Democratic:


Attention all members of
the Commercial Gardners Association -
: : In the future our
egular meetings on the sec- I FOR '
pnd Thursday of each: month BURNS :
ill be held at St. James AME
hurch parish hall upstairs, JOHNSON I II
845 NW 65th St. Please at- I
nd the meeting April 14,
::30 p.m. A. C. Smith, presient. MIAMIDINNERS


KINDERGARTEN PICTURES A SPECIALTY a 1965, under the administration of Go vernor Haydon Burns,
.- Florida reached new heights in












Wish Everyone A

Invite you to be with us on
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RDAY. Pro-Anophoro & Litany, 9:00 a.m.
SPf HOLY Poster Even Liturgy (Including baptisms) ( Paid for by
followed by the First Easter Man (solemnCARTER
High), 11:00 p.m.
Solemn High Mas. with Procession 11,00 a.m. Liberty City Committee
EASTER MONDAY. Low Mass 7110 p.m.

'' EASTER Dally TUESDAY.Morning Low and Mass Evening 7i10 p.m.Prayer, to re-elect Haydon Burns Governor

INVESTMENT Monday Saturday 8:30 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.
IIVO. 1835 NW 54th Street

MIAMI, FLA. 33131Phon PO POL AOV1t. !
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THE MIAMI.TIMES.. Friday April.8.,J.9 A

- -Brownsville- -8th Grader
Negro College Students ProvidedSpecie .

I / Employment Services Wins $3,500. Scholarship -. and'_-

scholarship ment or private Industry
won a $3,500
,. A special employment program placed on classifying all ap- Memorial College, St. Augustine sponsored by" '21 Ivy League plans to return to Florida to
designed to provide ser- plicants according to their ; Gibbs Junior College, preparatory schools, it was live and work.
vices to students of ten predominantly training skills, and interest St. Petersburg; Florida Agricultural announced last week. He lives with his mother,
Negro colleges in 'regardless of traditional employment and Mechanical Uni- Virgil Ladson, an "A" Mrs. 'Arthur Garfield Ladsonv
Florida has been launched practices in the local versity and Roosevelt Junior student in science and math, a licensed practical nurse,
according to Labor SecretaryW. office area with respectto College, West Palm Beach. with some B's in English at 3142 NW 56th St.
Willard Wirtz. The programis race, sex, creed color or will attend the expensive Virgil does not expect to
also set for 18 other states national ori gin. Employment ELKS CONTEST Lawrenceville Prep In New have any problem making
and the District of Coulmbia. service representatives will He Is expecting to friends at Lawrenceville,
The Secretary said that also make an intensive job The musical and oratorical enough scholarship help which draws its students from
because the pilot program last development effort with all contest, presented by the edu- eventually get to get him into the top scholars and first families
year was so successful, pro- employers in, their areas, especially cational Dept.of South Florida Massachusetts Institute of of the nation.
during nearly 800 jobs for those who have,pre- Elks, was truly an evening of Technology to study astro- The Independent Scnools
Negro, students, the local offices JDuslyJhave,hired minority! cultural entertainment.Diane physics. Talent search Program, es-
of the Federal-State 'g.dupwprkers.The Dyes of Miami 'jQt He anticipates a soace-age tablished in 1963, has offered
Employment Service will have predominantly Negro son won the coveted first career in teaching, governIn the scholarship.willC .
an intensified and expanded collges in Florida includedin prize in the musical division,
and Janice Watts of North-
program this year. the Federal-State public
This year's program will employment service special western took top hon ors in the
t J place more emphasis on placment -. program are: BethuneCookman oratorical. She will leave for
f services to graduating man College and Volusla the state association to beheld Show Swann
seniors who are planning to County Community College, inSarasota where she will Polls ,
enter the'\; force on alull- both in Daytona Beach; Edward compete with others for the VIRGIL LADSONAn
times basis, although the Waters College, Jackson- regional. The contest was pre- eighth grader at Browns-, Duke Lake Stedman and
registry for part-time and sum- ville; Suwannee River Junior sented to a capacity fillec ville Junior High School has ,
mer jobs will be actively College, Madison; Hampton church, with standing room ata
maintained in the program. Junior College, Ocala; Rosen- premium. It was climaxeu ST. PETERSBURG Baker Leading Judges Races
Secretary Wirtz said that wald Community Junior Col- with a "Lawn Fest" at the
special emphasis will also.. be, lege, Panama City; Florida home of Bro.Jessie Youmans. TEENAGERS FORM the top ranked May 3 40 per cent are undecidedwith
Democratic primary race for 12 per cent refusing to
HIGH FOR GOVERNOR! District Court of Appeals, in- comment.In .
CLUB cumbent Judge Richard H. M. the final Criminal Courtof
Swann has 39 per cent with Record judgeship race,
"T While so much emphasis is opponent Criminal Court Judgi'present Judge Paul Baker is
Wg g being placed on the alarmingrate Jack M. Turner polling '26 leading with 28 per cent compared -
/l of school dropouts, juv- per cent, according to will-C. to attorney and former
enile delinquency and the increasing Polls, a public opinion sur- Judge Donald Barmack's 20
jj crime rate among vey.The per cent. Undecided is 30 percent
teenagers, a group of St. Pet undecided accounts with 22 per cent failing
I, ersburg teens are reversing for 20 per cent in the Swann- to comment.
\\it that trend by devoting their Turner contest with 15 per In the Metro judges races,
spare time into training for cent making no corrment. the incumbents received 78
better citizenship to meet Judge Byrd V. Duke, Jr., per cent with 12 per cent not
their responsibilities now and the only circuit jurist facing commenting and 10 per cent
in the future. opposition, is leading in his undecided.
Z ke Sparked by Miss Vincita race, said Charley Will, who
Williams and Nathaniel Hall conducted the poll. Duke, in ANNUAL MUSICAL
; Jr., students at Gibbs High Group 20, opposed by Criminal
.r Y School and Dixie' Hollins Court Judge Jack A. Falk, FASHION TEA
t 9 High respectively more than polled 33 per cent compared The Richmond Heights
i. Za 150 teens have already joinedthe 'Falk's 24 per cent.Thirteen Women's Club presents its
club for full participationin per cent is undeciding with Annual Musical Fashion Tea.
9J 1 a the current campaign for 20 per cent offering no com- The program will consist of
Governor. ment. musical numbers, the model-
They will work In all In the Civil Court of Records ing of fashions and a baby
phases of the campaign on a contest, incumbent contest. Sunday April 17, at
.... k volunteer basis to lay a firm Judge John Red Lake is lead- 4 to 6 p.m. at Tot's Town

41 COLLEGE IDS, )HONOR GULF Daniel,G. Ken (second from left), publicriftatioW'representative groundwork for future and ing with- 38 per cent over,Kindergarten, 14680 Bethune
\present citizenship activities. Small Claims Court Judge Drive, Richmond Heights.The .
of the Gulf Oil Corporation,,receives a plaque from Thomas
Members are writing their Martin P. Shachat, who has public is invited.
D. Dooley of the National Association of College Deans & Registrars, honoringGulf
friends in other cities throughout 20 per cent. Twelve cent
Apr 15
"for its many contributions to the administration of higher education." Lookingon
the state urging them to had no comment but 30 per
are Robert Hicks, Gulf's Miami Marketing District Manager, and T. M. Muhleman ofganize "Bob High For Gov- cent is undecided. ANNOUNCEMENTHoly
Director, Retail & Jobber Sales Representation, Southern Marketing Region, Gulf. ernor" Teen-age Clubs in Incumbent Criminal Courtof
The award was made during the recent NACDR convention in Miami. Mr. Dooley is their respective cities and Record Judge Carting Redeemer's CYO will
Dean at Prairie View A&M College in Texas. plan to effect a permanent Stedman has 30 per cent over have their annual CalendarTea
organization to encourage and attorney Hughlan Long, who and Talent Show, Sunday,
develop the interest of teen- has 18 per cent in the chal- May 1 in the school hall at
I agers in the active participation lenger's position. In this race, 4 p.m. Public is invited.
Oia-locka NAACP Spurs Voter Registration in politics.

ft ,
the Ihe 'Opa-locka I branch of tarily. The Opa-locka and that after making the door to ........................II.m
NAACP has been very suc- Dade County registration books door surveys regarding voter SEWING MACHINE
cessful in getting the coopera- added more tha 500 names to registration, she has no doubtin REPAIR SPECIAL i Finest Selections in Miami a
tion oC.volunteer. workers in the rolls. her mind, but that a voter .
making a person to person After completing what is education program is vitally '"CI.an.d and oli.d LOVELY HOlES OPEN
contact with door to door campaigning hoped will be'a successful needed in Dade County. *'*Adust| oil tension sa
for Voter Registration. -registration drive, the Opa- The branch also wishes to "Ch.ek motor and Control NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS =
locka branch of the NAACPis express the gratitude to the Ch.ck oil wiring EZ Ter.s Less Than Rent .
planning a votereducationdrive. students of North Dade Junior "Change n..dl.
The organization expressesits It is hoped that this and Senior High School who "Change belt I. 8901 NW 16 AVENUE ;

thanks to persons who con- can be made countywide.Mrs. also helped in this program. Work don in your horn. $350 down, $80 per mo. Beautiful CBS, 3 bedroom, .
tributed' their services, both George Brunt, presidentof Their message to all registered Total co.t.$3 tilt roof and built-in kitchen.
with compensation and volun- the Opa-locka branch, says voters, "Let's not stop All Work Guaranteed garage .

Guest Houses with registration us put on Domestic Sewing Center II 9001 NW 16 AVENUE UC
Dugies our go-go-boots and get out CALL 634-6242
$350 down, $75 per mo. Lovely CBS, 2 bedroom, tile =
and vote on May 3.
roof, and extras.
:The house unusual, room*- U .

"K..p,us' In mind" U 8320 NW 22 PLACE I

A b.ttr,place, we. cholUng you to find = $350 down, $84 per mo. Beautiful CBS, 2 bedroom, 2 U
Seeing Is believing!! EASTER SPECIALS bath, carport, tile roof, built-in kitchen. .
MjT|>e.accommodations you.receive.
You find only In this brother I 501 NW60 STREET j

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Do you have $3000 cash.? $350 down, $80 per mo. Sharp CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla .

2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851 I room, garage, corner lot. =

t" JAMAICA DUCIE Save thousands U 8920 NW 16 AVENUE UC

Always o friend I $350 down, $89 per mo. Beautiful I CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 =

BESS? bath, sprinkler system, tile roof & amny extras. Ua
2320 NW 86 STREET I.I I.

FOR =10' $10t AND 168 NW 41 ST. $10,500 $8500 $41 Gorgeous, brand new, beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 baths, -
Fla room, andgarage To see it Is to buy it.
sane $ssosaae 929 NW 49 ST. $11,500 $9200 $56
545 NW 41 ST. $11,500 $9500 $65 U
DIAL-A- From 700 down-$85 per mo. Brand new 3 bedroom. .

MORTGAGE 339 NW 39 ST. $10,500 $8500 $41 No qualifying. .
LOAN 7025 NW 28 AV. $13,500 $12,000 $66 I 2 and 3 BEDROOMS IN GREATER MIAMI AREA =

311.1585i ALL $100 DOWN IF YOU QUALIFY Iii



} STERN Mert.... ar.ker. 3* N.I.first lrtl. 758-8749, E 4740 NW 7AVE PL 4-0655 :
y A ipcclaliit In lint and second mortgages who can help you yet
mortgage mono/ fait for consolidation of' debts, "..lIellnl..r CALL, MONDAY! U (Open Sunday) JJl
financing. Just .pick up tho phono wherever you aro and dial i
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I HE MIAMI TTMES. Friday. April 8. 196617..

C 'rA"S7 S I FIE ADS HELP Be a Beautician WANTED BNGotF'EBS., .

: Earn while you learn. Guaran- $100 DOWN $250

15 WORDS OR LESS SI.25. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD" ships.teed placement Phone 5325657.and scholar NO CLOSING COSTS '


FOR SALE FOR SALE I Nite waitresses.Club. 2 Excellent barmaids,tips 3 We specialize/ In VA & FHA Homes j

FOR RENT and salary. 5 nites. The Con- Urban Renewal-Expressway Making You Move?

[met. No mortgage or bills. Completely fume 3 bedroom, $14. One tinental, 6000 NW 7th Ave. Let us Re-Locate You
cost $10,000.Downpay- i unfurn.
otal air cond., $87 mo. apt. Our expert trained staff will help place in a homeof
pays all Free you
Lnt $1,500. 3 bedroom 2 gas & water, 6041 NW
CBS, tile roof, painted $400 complete down! 24th Ave. Colored mother wants elderly your choice.,Open 7 days a week I
| Drive
side and out. Phone 681- to 3301 NW 171 Terr lady to live in and care for KING REALTY, INC. BROKER
Gordon Akeley, Broker her child for room and meals.
087. 621-0518 $20. Six room unfurn. house. 7596026. <*8000 NW 1 AVENUE 751-9708
6738 NW 23rd Place.

winning pool house. CBS .
CBS house. Near Liberty City Nice 2 bedroom house unfur- Barber wanted at Roy's
roof, corner iea-
l ile enable down. No qualifying NO.2. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, nished except kitchen. Mod- Barber Shop, 6349 NW 7th
; fenced, awnings and well.Nice em frame, close to two buses, Ave. Phone 751-9112.
for mortgage immediate pos- yard, near school and $22.50 week. Call
shop. 691-1503.
ession. 1520 NW 93rd St. Ping area. 10500. $375down. dour 341 EDISON I
14000. 20931 NW 32nd Ave. Phone bed. NW 69th St. 2 SpecialsEaster i
624-8698. unftjrn. CBS home. $26 TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
hevrolet 1949. 2 door sedantick wk, immediate occupancy. CHURCH SUNDAY

good motor. $75. Phone 3 Bedrooms ALSO I
I (.,
1558 NW
49th St. One bedroom
t>322084. Lovely area, CBS, tile roof, unfurn. house. $20 wk. immediate Holiday Specials

,ot in West Hollywood. Call or near$200.7th Ave.Veterans Bus., $400 total down occupancy. Call agent INCOME TAX I 1 I

691-3330 for information. $12,500. $85 month pays only all. 444-6126 2824. or evenings HI 8- 1. 3 bedroom, CBS, like new. $250 down FHA.

FHA Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 SERVICE No closing costs.
No qualifying and no down NW 60th St. Anytime j I
payment. We have many good 751-2243. MISCELLANEOUSLOST 2. 2 bedroom, CBS, like new. $250 down, FHA.
houses. Liberty Agency, 2020 912"o No closing costs. $67.27 month.
NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. NW Little River Blvd PUBLICIf I I
Gorgeous Home Lost, Thursday, March 24. A 3. 2 bedroom, CBS plus 1 bedroom cottage. $450 I

2444 NW 80th Street $400 Down white gold Swiss watch witha down, FHA. No closing cost's.
else does
Beautiful CBS, with huge Owner 758-8749 blue diamond. A lady's someone your I
Let I
watch. If found call Income Tax Return CBS tile roof fenced
Fla room and enclosed garage.No please 4. yard. $300 down, FHA.
South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. 696-1856 or come to 7030 it be -Cousins..
closing costs on FHA
terms with only $300 down $$9OOOtotal., .$200 down.Freshly % NW 12th Ave. A Reward. I I'Call,6349389 5.3 bedroom,2 bath.$350hwn FHA.No closingcosts. I

and $82 per month pays all. peJ tod. Big 100'125 lot. HELP WANTEDCAB 2715 NW 54 St .

Drive by, then call Biscayne Owner:9733304.BRAND WE HAVE MANY MORE
Realty, Inc. 9635 NW 22 Ave. -- DRIVERS. APPLY I I
OX 1-0262 (24 hours). Society Cab office 269 NW .
3 bedrooms. 2 baths also 4 21st St. DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING DIS .

-Bar, fully equipped, large bedroom 2 baths, Neither .......... I PLACED.
home has been lived in
liiiiiiiiuuuiiiiiniuiiiiuiiinuinnMFONTANA I11Rli llllllll1111 II
kitchen, large barbecue pit See these 2 beauties at WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY
location. Hawaiian .1
good Hut, ,NE 152nd Terr. Only $ EASTER SUNDAY TO SERVE YOU
3829 NW 17 Ave. Phone down

owner 3749477. 'closing costs. $114. per no. :I REAL ESTATETHE YOU CAN BUY ANY OF THESE FOR $100 DOWN IF
rays all. Call 238-4023 for in YOU
formation or better yet, come
Neat, CBS, near 17th Ave. out and see them. I FINEST PROPERTIES

Near buses, schools and Ondef.) Ii EDISON REALTY Realtors
stores. Has carporte and Fla 81 ST. WATER FRONT WITH POOL ,

room. FHA terms with no Exqvlte 3 bedroom, 2 both
closing costs and $250 down 2-BEDROOM CBS 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441

payment and $80 per month BUNCHE PARK WATERFRONT LOT -$5,500
pays all. Call or visit Bis- $250 down, $55 month paysal.

cayne Realty, Inc. 9635 NW .. Total price $7,500; 16461 83 ST LAKE SIDE ((3,100 -
22 Ave. OX 1-0262. Open Sun- NW 19 Court. Go by and see
Fish swim and sail tram
and your
days evenings. and call Mr. Chris. No closing

cost. R. M. Brooks Realty,
Direct from Owner 6886638,6817740.FOR 93 ST. NEAR CHURCH $12,500' !

2050 NW 96th Street $400 Down FHA $74 monthly
Like New CBS
$400 Down 758-8749$74 Month Small 2 bedroom house. Very '50 ST NEAR SCHOOL $17,900 NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN

-- nice. $25 wk. unfurn. Small 4 bedrooms, 2H baths 3 bedroom, CBS front porch, appliances, freshly

Special family only. See 2117 NW 87 painted inside and out. Best Allapottah area.

Ideal three bedroom, CBS. ,St. Call 7512243. Charles S. Fontana,. Realtor 3221 NW 10 Ct. $500 down, $100 month pays all.
Modem style with terrazzo
floors, jalousie windows, Very private and nicely furn. i NO
carporte, and fenced yard. one bedroom apts. $20 wk. No :
Appliances and air condit- children, adults only. 'Drive I= Modem CBS, tile roof, attached garage, f cloottied'windows ;

ioning are included. Offeredat by 664 NW 56th St. Ben-Kori | ttnmlmnounlmuuuuauuunuuuuuumuauauunuauuooumnlmuuluuuuunnua formica kitchen, fenced yd. Across street,
FHA valuation of $12,500with Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. 751-_ from Shadlowlawn School. On NW 49th St. $1,400 cask
$400 down and $88 per 2243. down.
month all. ---
Realty,pic. 9635 NW 22nd Ave. 1 bedroom CBS duplex. $19. SELLER
OX 1-0262. Open evenings Liberty Rental Agency. Call CIS Easter leanties Modem CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, fully fenced
and Sundays. 633-7809. 2020 NW 62nd St. corner, bargain at $9,800 with $300 down and $57.89

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. 5 yr. new. On large lot. month. Freshly painted. North Miami Beach. 'III
Nice bedroom Liberty
Free 2 apt. $21. -
Color TV
See this and stop looking. Only $350 down.
Buy my house for $300 down Rental Agency. 2020 NW SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
339 NW 39th Street 62nd St. Call 633-7809. BEDROOM CORNER. Fenced enclosed porch
2 ,
Like bedroom CBS in Bunche Park. ,
CBS, Close in, 15 years $300 down. No closing costs. new 3 Awnings,
758-8749 1139 NW 7th_ Ct. 1 bedroomapt. large fenced yard. Bargain at $9.300 with $200 down

$14. Liberty Rental 3 BEDROOM, FLA ROOM. Dining room, appliances ; and $55 month.. Fresh paint in and"out..

Deal Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St. air cond., $350 down. No closing costs.
Three bedroom CBS fa Call 6337809.We .
11500. $250 down and $80 2 BEDROOM, CARPORT. Only $59 mo. $250
per month all FHA have many different apts. I Like new 2 bedroom, CBS, in Bunche Park. Large
terms. No closing pays costs.on Neat Available. All prices. Liberty down. Appliances, owner pays closing costs. fenced yard, awnings, awning windows. Price only

clean Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62ndSt. $8,500 with $300 down and $50 month.
house on large lot near 2 BEDROOM, DOLL HOUSE. 5 yrs. new. picture .
17th Ave. Near transportation Call 6337809. window, appliances, $67 mo. $250 down. No
and schools. Call or visit NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
Fum.Apt. with yard and porch. closing costs.
Biscayne Realty, Inc. 9635 Reasonable. For informa 729 NW 50th St. Best street in Manor Park. Two story)
NW 22 Ave.
evenings and 1-0262. Open tion. Call OX 1-2426. CBS, 3 bedrooms, freshly painted, appliances. $500'

Huge Lovely Lot 2 bedroom and porch. Hot DUPLEX. I BEDROOM each side. Appliances. 2 ...
2466 NW 91 Street water. Large lot. 2225 NW 59 carports. $74 mo. $400 down. No closing costs. PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

$300 down, $62 month St. $22.50 wk. Owner FR 1- 2 HOUSES ON LARGE LOT. 2 bedroom each. Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof, terrazzo floors,
758-8749 appliances air conditioner wall to wall
9953. Must be seen.$91 Reasonable down.$16,500total. carpeting.
$11,000 with $300 down and $66 month.
North Dade. Best offer buys 2 bedroom house unfurn. 2 I.
2-year-old, 4 bedroom, 2 bath unfurn. Call 634-
home. bedroom apt. 3 BEDROOM AND 2 BEDROOM Duplex. Appli. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES
Easy terms. Call 621- address: 1377
8694 after 2:30 p.m. NW 0881.34th Contact St. ances. This you will love $600 down. No closing VETERANS OR DISPLACED F AMI LIE$-$100 DOWN

I No 3 Bedrooms Furn. room in Liberty City. 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH AND I BEDROOM Duplex. --- 0 ---
I qualifying, large lovely Call 646-3388. We have keys and lists of' all FHA and VA homes in
CBS Fla room, $1500 down, Appliances, fenced rear, sprinklers. $700 down.
1100 month New Liberty City, Carol City, North Miami Beach, etc.
[Sage. Two homes pays all to, 1 choose mort- Room in settled private home Christian for a CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY You don't hove to be a veteran to buy at $100 down,

from, please call for address. quiet gentlemen. 47th St. area. Call I WE HAVE MANY OTHERS I like new 3.and 4 bedroom homes from qovt.

IBen-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 634-9654. ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FKA".HOMES

60th St. Anytime 751-2243. ----- FOR VETS' AND DISPLACED PERSONS
Large apt. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, Life Realty Broker
Furnished living room, dining room, .
Completely furn. like new, 2 room, utility room, air
fhaPe edrooms, good CBS area., in $12.000 perfect cond. & heat. $35 week. Call SHELL REALTY 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371

lotal. $400 down FHA ? $200 751-6841. Open 7 Days Per, Week Eveninas'ToolC" !
-- 4260 NW An. 751-5551
eterans. Please call for ad- $16. Three bedroom unfurn. 7tk

hw ress 60th, Ben-Korl, Realtor, 612 duplex. 1367 NW 58 Terrace. .
St. Anytime 751-2243.


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I 18 THE .IA..I._AM'I_..n'I TIMES. -Frid'Q' Y.. April 8, 1966
cooooooooooooooooooooc DORSEY BAND RATES P ,
FY t
'0'I. I
I teens I I

I. ': pot pourri 1 i FESTIVAL The Dorsey High School

Band, 53 students in number, :
I were commended by Paul Yo-
E.. Dean (
i ..r ; By i der, nationally known composer -
I i i4 \: and music critic who served nr3Ia tj ,. t k
t.! adjudicator at the annual
Dade County Music Festival
One of the best ways to get involved a fight /
held recently at Bayfront
or argument is through gossiping. Many times people Park, Miami Beach. They were "1 v

continuously "meddle" in others business. These are termed "a fine band doing excellent M tr

usually in trouble themselves or they overlook their work" upon giving : 4_ 'l-

wrongs and criticize others. their rendition "The Dancing
Cuballero "Swedish Folk
Instead of sitting down waiting for something x
Suite" and the "Horatius Overture
wrong to happen, we should try to find ways of improv- ," Johnathan Thurston, ,

ing our community by preventing the many disturbances band instructor, stated that 13 y

which usually lead to crime. Instead of worrying about of the 53 performers were beginners -

what classmates wear to school or why he received at the beginning of

an "A" and you got a "B", you should take this the school year.

{ ,. time to ,study a little harder to bring your grade up ing The its Dorsey selections band along, 'perform-with

from "B" to "A". The time you waste comparing your other junior high bands, was

friends' grades or arguing with your teacher, does not rated Excellent in Rhythm and

alter the fact, that you need to study in order that you Balance and was singled out + :5 y+rFiwkr

may receive an "A." for particular commendation in

-5Not:: only does gossiping lead to disturbances be- style, which was sustained at h r.m ,

tween you and others, but it also harms your person- "a good dynamic level."
The evaluation of the band
well. Persons will 'talking about others
ality as enjoy
and its fine rating was proudly
with you, but they will also be afraid when they aren't brought to the attention of the
present for the "gossip session" you will probably entire student body. Acrobats aid 40 Thieves Next Dramatic

make them your main subject. Sooner or later they will

stop being with you or being your friend. Gossiping is Feat at North Dade High SchoolArabian

a"good way to lose friendship and a better way to gain
II enemies. Dorsey Doings acrobats, performin bers realizing that the cave McCloud portray Cassius and

g fe ats on a tramboline, will 1 is discovered plots to enter Morgiana. Others in the cast
when sits down to discuss
Usually a an-
group open the fairy tale world of AH Baba's house by trickery include Johnnie Borkins, Syl-
other person, he gets carried away and exaggerates to This week we introduce the AH Baba on Friday, April 15 and kill him. In the nick of''via Porter, Robert Sweeting,
in series
first of
a weekly
an extent. He puts more into the conversation than columns designed to highlight when the Dramatics Club will time AH Baba is saved by Gregory Dennis and Debra

the facts. When this gets back to the person this may the happenings at Dorsey Jun- present the play All Baba and the brave and faithful slave Higdon

spoil this person's reputation or badly hurt his feel- ior High School, E. K. Lock- the Forty Thieves by Lillian girl, Morgiana. Mrs. Barbara Aranha, who

ings. hart, president. Big things are Masters. The play will be presentedin is directing the play feels
The play is the story of AH accordance with the inter-
Would we want others to sit down and constantly going on here and we want you that the play will be most
Baba, a poor woodsman, who, action Cultural Series. Since .
to be the first to know about colorful and enjoyable.The
criticize us? Of course not! Therefore we
one day while working the the purpose of the cultural
should be careful of what we say about another. Amongthe them. woods, comes upon a band of series is to expose studentsto setting for the play
reasons"'why people talk' about others is jealousyand Gladys Newkirk, a 9-7 robbers and learns the secret culture or to prepare them will be in accord with the

envy. The person may .wear something better thanwe homeroomer won an excel- d their cave. for other cultural activities, Arabian Nights days. Also

are or make better grades. We get revenge by lent rating for her science AH Baba reveals the se- all seventh graders will be working with Mrs. Aranha are

spreading gossip about them.If project, The Difference Between cret to his jealous brother, admitted free. Melvin Fox, who works with
Human Hair and Other Cassius. Cassius decides to The cast includes students the acrobats Mrs. Mildred
there is that cannot along
some reason get
you Mammal Hair, at the Science visit the cave in secret and from seventh, eighth and ninth Anderson will help with the
with a person, first look at yourself closely and then Archie costumes Mrs. Francis Pierce
Fair on March 24-26. Gladysis take all the treasures for himself grades. McKay portrays ,
begin looking at the person. Instead of sitting downto the 15-year-old daughter of But Cassius is caught AH Baba and Jimmie Kitchen with the dancers, and LutherAnderson

discuss him with your friends, make it your businessto Mrs. Edith Newkirk, 6440 NW by the fobbers and the rob- Brenda Bannerman and Alice with the setting.

discuss this with him, personally. 20th Ave. Her science in- .

Gossiping will do nothing but cause trouble and structor end homeroom teacheris ;

more disturbance Everyone, is capable of makin g mistakes Mr. James Espy. North Dade A 55 t.liincipaf"Q iis 1
/:By' bringing prejudice out in the open, you may ###The#####Future## Teachers of*,I'

find you were the one at fault.
America held installation '
services -

f., '" ';' ;t"':""" :: '.P .. ,. ...."" .., March 17. Forty-seven For Heodsfarf ProgramNorth i
members Mrs.
were present. -

Who Will le ;j. Nancy Paschal performed the Dade High Assistant r--.t"f'- "! Anderson said he hopes

I installation ceremonies while principal for five years, Joseph thr helping the parents "will be
"Miss Princess Miss June Wells rendered the W. Anderson, started !I a chance to sell them on
music for the group. work this week as director of themselves. The first contact

Officers are Gloria Eng- community resources for the with home is very important,"
lish, president: FrederickAsh Head Start program. he said.
K vice president; Frankie! He said his job will be to Accepting a lower salary,
u James, secretary; Vemeka find the appropriate agenicea Anderson' said he changed

McGraw, treasurer Marsha in the community to provide ; ; jobs because he was "im
Dry. Wright, historian and Irene other tha n educational helpfor pressed with what could do.
Edwards, parliamentarian. the children in the pro I This can be a lot of help to
Mesdames Elizabeth Davis, Ij j 1L "
gram. our children and our people.
'\ Louise Davis, Doris Pittmanand II.I. ',' :1'Iv

I 1 Miss Joyce Jones are the "If a child needs his teeth ) :. His colleagues at North

II I sponsors. fixed, I'll work through the, 1t, Dade High and officials of
############ Economic Opportunity Program other agencies in the Opa-
School spelling, bee champ office to see they're ,I. "' locka community give Anderson -
I ,,
,, _.
II ions for this year are Yvonne taken care of," he said. "If JOB ANDERSON" ""- the credit for much of the
II Johnson, 7th and 8th grades he needs clothes or his brother responsibility for the lowt
I and Fred Williams, 9th grade or his mother at home job to find out how to ge drop-out and delinquency rate
champion. School runnerupand needs clothes, it will be my them." at the school.
I 7th grade. champion is

I ROBYN- D. BLOOMFIELD Static Fred ne and Bartlett.Yvonne will represent Htadstart Comes to Our Community

The contest sponsored by Dorsey in the County

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will be RAm NA JACKSONin contest at the Dupont Plaza Headstart, a program ini- area, there are", approximately -
held at Bayfront Park Audi- several local recitals and Hotel at 1 p.m. on April 25 tiated jointly by the B.P.I. 200 children who should bin e LILLIE C. EVANS
torium on April 28. Among con is a Brownie. Her hobbies 'are and 27. The public is invitedto and E.O.P.I., got underway the program now and for
testants for Miss princess is reading playing the piano and attend. Mrs. Bonita North is March 21, and will continue some reason they are not, One of the fifth grade
Royn Bloomfield, daughter of.making friends. the spon sor. through this August. The pro Wake up parents! Wake up classes at Lillie C. Evans
Soror Mary Bloomfield Gra Radina Jackson, daughter ######*### gram is designed to give 5- community! This program is Elementary School is studying
ham. Robyn attends St. Peter'sA. of Mr.and Mrs. Radie Jackson. Democracy in action has year olds a better chance at for us. Take advantage of il t about space. We went on our
I O. Church. She is the sec- Radina attends Mt. Pleasant brought Dorsey an integrated success when they enter first now and give your childrenan school yard to find out all
staff of able workers. Among grade the following school opportunity that you may that we could about space.
ond grade spelling champion Methodist Church. She its
i a top
the fold year. not could have paid for This
newcomers to are pri- poem represents our
at Douglas Elementary second grade student at Na- Senoras Maria Perez and Car- It is FREE. Each youngster vately. Get those children out feelings about space:
plays piano and has appeared I than Young Elementary School. men MorrinaSpanlsh teachers.Mrs. gets free instruction from and in school. The only Space is
a place in the air
Barbara Michaelson, .qualified teachers and aids. qualification is that the child Where the
I THESPIAN TROUPE 1880 Terry Parker and Ben West as Howard Winniman, Charles Free physical examinationsand must be six years old on or bare. planets are very
follow-up work,free school before
Col. Kenneth Penmark Mary Dahlstrom, Lyndol Lewis, January 1967. Like
insurance, a free snack anda Call the nearest elemen- and missile's,
PRESENTS "THE BAD McSwain, Mamie Butts as Fred Edelson and Sol Kalch-
free hot meal. But, in U- tary school for information They sing like whistles.
SEED" Christine; Helena Lamb, Bet- man.Mrs. bery City and Brownsvi I 10 concerning this program. The clouds are blue
ty Shefall as Monica Lucious Betsey coor- They sing to you.
Thespian Troupe 1880 of Brwon as Leroy; John Cul- dinator for the continuing edu- The moon is round
signs and in decorated
cation from Mr. Gil
Miami Northwestern, directed mer and Wayne Maycock Miss as Johnson's program office, has been tile designs from Java and. ADULT SEWING CLASS Where the stars shine down.
Mary L. Oliver, presents Maxwell EmeryLinda Williams as India, stickery and weaving. Men are trying to get to the
working enthusiastically withus
Anderson's adaption of Fern also Regina Pearce; Register now for the sum- moon
William March's novel "The William Parks as Takser for the past few months. They are now beginning three mer semester of the Adult Who knows, maybe they will
Bad Seed" for its major pro- Doris. Hunter and Rita Washington ############ dimensional designs which Sewing Class, sponsored by get there
as Mrs Daigle Livingston "A thing of beauty is a will include sculpturing.. Dade County School Board Pretty soon.
duction.It Deal 'and Theodore Rob- joy forever" may well be the D. Rahming, reporter. and James E.Scott Community
is a story centered inson as Mr. Daigle; Fletcher theme for Miss Eddie M. Wil- Association. Everett Stewart, InstructorANNOUNCEMENT
old girl!
around an eight year
Paschal as Brave; Otis Mylesas son's art classroom. This reporter -
Rhoda Penmark, who is a mur- Class begins April 25th
Lehman attracted the
was bv
inherent criminal Messenger and closes August 5th. Register -
deress. Her beautiful colors and
An- patterns
and Douglas Tunsil aq RECORD HOP
r tendencies affect her family by displayed there. The class at the Liberty Square
1 and the people around her, nouncer. dates are has just completed a major There will be a teenage Community Building (Golden The class of 46 of Dorseyand
production Club 56. of Northwestern will
The Age Room).
which results in death and in mosaic and decorated the
.m. in areas record hop at Knight BeatSupper have
April 6 and 7, 7:30 P a special meeting Thursday -
sul cide. textiles designs. In mosaics Club on Saturday,
auditorium. information call PL
Northwestern's For night April 7 at 7:30 at
Members of the cast are adults they have done paper, mosiac April 16 from 2:00 to 5:30
for 8-4791 or 691-1302. 1680 NW 68th
lJip".P.tYf WilTingham.lJ Rhoda 1Jvn.s'"va'ir Tickets d"$< and Gail as ;



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 8, 1966 19 I

with....,.MBY 1 Metro RecreatioN News

:" Looking the
to try their skill at boating, .x
ANNUAL but all of the girls could not

i PRE-EASTER TRACK portray Sinbad the Sailor so ''SPORTSWORLD
they were towed in by the mas-

nreliminaries, April 8, 4 ter boat. All of the girls en-
I p.m. Pee Wees, first and sec- joyed a ride on the gigantic
grades boys and girls. Dixie Belle on Laken Greynold
I II I Scott Housing girls won I
I High Jump and first place for originality of
,HARRY, Long Jump, I 1
L SPEAR shorties, third and fourth bicycle decoration in red, BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over

1 grades boys and girls. white and blue and two flags
MARLINS OPEN BASEBALL SEASON APRIL 18 Finals April 9, 6 p.m. in back and front. The girls

Juniors, fifth and sixth grades represented the American EXCELSIORETTES 1 IS HAVEN FOR WOMEN BOWLERS
The Marlins open their regular season on Monday Heritage.
April 18, meeting the Ft. Lauderdale Yankees at 7:30, boys Semi and finals girls.April 9 Also the following touma- Mention bowling and thoughts hover on the Excel-
10 a.m.
p.m. here at Miami Stadium. Intermediates, 7th and 8th ments, special event contest sior League-but this is only factual where men bowlersare

With a 144 game schedule (72. home games) and grades boys and girls. were held and the name of mostly concerned, because the Excelsiorettes, an

the Box Seat Bargain of six and eight seat boxes for Finals April 9, 2 p.m. Sen- the First participants and in second each event.ball eight team mixed league, where the composition of each

the whole season at only $100 the Marlins have far iors, 10th and 12th grades throwing for distance: Kimber- team is three women and two men. Women dominate the

exceeded any previous season ticket sale. Only a few boys and girls. lyn Bannerman, Denetise Da- action and in many cases out-bowl their male partners.

boxes remain on the third base side and they are six Soft Throw and Shot Put, vis, Bridget Davis, Trenise This WIBC and ABC sanctioned league has as its

seat boxes. A few eight seat boxes remain on the first April 9,'_2 P.Awards, 4 p.m. Davis. president Fred Home and Carrie Peak as secretary, and ,

base side and behind the screen. EVENTS do their pin-knocking down feats on Monday evenings at

We are especially happy to welcome Bill Demarsas 25 yard dash, 40 yard dash, boys First 4-square end second tournament grade: the Cloverleaf Lanes.

the new manager of the 1966 Marlins. Bill is the 60 yard dash, standing long Carlton Fisher, Gregory Samp- Here are some of the leagues outstanding bowlers:
jump (girls only), running long
type of manager that we believe you will take to im. son, Anthony Collier. Mr. Gor Women .
jump (boys only),
likes to win! don. Pauli Allen
mediately. He throw, 100 yards relay. ne 276

SHORTIES: 25 yard dash, Third and fourth grade girls Arlena Terry 272''
SHRINE CIRCUS AT STADIUM 50 dash dash Carrie Peak
yd. 75 yd. high Kalar Tournament: Shirley 260

jump, standing long jump, Tutson, Wendy Davis, Ramona Men
The Mahi Shrine Circus will 8th
appear ,
(girls only), running long jump Davis. Leander Phillipp 265
and 10th at Miami Baseball Stadium, 2301 NW 10th Ave. boys only) softball throw, 100 Albert
with six performances as follows: FRIDAY NIGHT Bryant 263
: yd. relay. Third and fourth grade bo>
April 8,8 p.m., one show; SATURDAY: April 9, 10 a.m. boys Carrom Tournament: Den- Herman Bryant 263

2:30: p.m. and 8 p.m., three shows: SUNDAY, April 10, JUNIORS: 50 yd. dash, 75 zil Simmons, Gerald Harris, High three-game, women: Carrie Peak 676; Arlena.

3 p.m. and 8 p.m., two shows. yd. dash, 100 yd. dash high Walter Jones. Terry 636; Marsha Collins 635; Bessie Richburg 635.
jumpstanding long jump (girls Other players were Johnny Men Archie Brown 680 Alvoid Herman
Never before has there been such a reasonable : ; James 678;
only), running long jump (boys Wh! te, Charles McIn tosh, Norman *
admission price to a big three ring circus. Adults Bryant 673.
only), sottball throw, 220 yd. Bentley and Curtis Clark.
$1.50; children 12 years old and under 50ct. relay, 300 yd. relay.INTERMEDIATES. FIVE TOP AVERAGES .'

Fifth and sixth grade girls Women: Ruby Garland 162; Bessie Richburg 155;

EWALT AND JIABPLE LEAD IN $20,000 MEDLEYBill : 50 yd. Jacksotne Tournament: Toy Arlena Terry 154; Ola Mae Baker 152; Mamie Harvey
dash, 100 and 220 yd. dash, Lee Harris, Sandra Cochran, 150.
Ewalt and Gene Randle were the point leaders 440 yd. run (boys only), high Beneby Williams.

in the early rounds of Flagler's $20,000 Kennel jump, standing long iump Men: James Terry 173; Albert Bryant 172; Darden
Medley Championship Stake. But past performances go (girls only), running long jump Fifth and sixth grade boys :
Baker 171; Frank Richburg 170; Lonnie ,Mincer 661';
out the window and everybody starts from scratch in (boys onojr), shot put, 440 yd. Checker Tournament: Gammon ; :.. j
Douglas, Kenneth Fox, Archie Brown 166. I"'r '
finals relay (boys only)
coming up Saturday night.
Going for the jackpot along with Ewalt and Randlein SENIORS: 50 yd. dash, 100

the tri-distance affair will be F.B. (Happy) Stutz yd. dash, 220 yd. dash, 440 Teen boys-senior high boys Par and Birdie Golf Club sounded the gong

Fleet Wing, Lester Cole, Ray DuPree, Pot Luck and yd. dash (boys only), 880 yd. High Jjmp Tournament: Theodore for action last Monday night at the regular monthly
run (boys only), high jump, MacMillian, Arthur Man-
Red Fork. standing long jump (girls uel, Daniel Smith, Theodora meeting.The.
On the basis of results in the first three rounds, only), running tong jump (boys; Bennett, Johnny Smith. Mr. year, which forcasts as being the busiest in

Randle appears to have a "sure winner" in Hello HIlda only), shot put, 440 yd. relay, Reed. the club's history began with the election of officers

at the Flagler Course distance, and a potential 880 yd. relay (boys only). and general discussion of the many pertinent points for
Teen girls, junior and sen-
winner or sQi4 point getter in Discuss at 5/16ths. All leaders
are requestedto ior reliving childhood con- the consisting smooth operation pf the organization.
Ray- DuRree finished sixth in the preliminarypoint turn in-- their registration I This of installed officers who i. dttt
test. contest games Newly pledged, ;the t ?!-,)
battle. But he could have the strongest hand of forms to the clerk of courseno that was played in elemen- mined will and support for the betterment of the club

all in the sudden death finals Saturday if he can later than Wednesday, April tary school: Joann Sharpe, Earnest Frank Rivers vice
were: Hayes, president; ,
from his star Bulleree. 6. Gwendolyn Bentley, Helen
get a solid performance great ,
president Leo Armbrister recording Moses
On Saturday, March 19 the Williams. ; ;
$15,000 FORT LAUDERDALE HANDICAP SATURDAYFor fifth and sixth grade girls Scott Housing Pre-Easter Bethea, financial secretary; Clyde Young, treasurer;

roamed the rocky hills and track meet April 8-9. Prelimi- Kelly C. Wilson, business manager; James Everett,
Saturday's $15,000 Fort Lauderdale Handicapit the paths that thousands of naries will be held Friday be. tournament director and chaplain, Oscar Edwards.
is likely that Pollux will attempt to stretch his feet has made at the fifth and ginning at 4 p.m. and the semi
string of victories, two of which were in local stakes.He sixth grade bicycle rodoe honor final on Saturday starting at ,
trip. The girls had a chance 10 a.m. M. Gray, reporter.
won the Hollywood Handicap on opening day, won BEAT ,
the Appleton a bit later and just a week ago scored '
This weekend there will be Interests
102 other
again, that time over a sloppy oval in allowance race.The METRO RECREATIONNEWS The Jackstone contest
with the three of Nicklaus and
big Arnold Palmer
Hallandale will be run for the 19th time. Last winners were Janie Sharpe, Jack
Gary Player vieing for the Masters Golf Crown the first
year it was run in two divisions, won by Tibidabo and Thelma Gaitor and Shirley
I'm Rusty. JAMES E. SCOTT CENTERThe Tutson. The Quiet game of golf's big aristocratic four competitions. The other

This will be the 20th running of the Ft. Lauder- following tournaments, tournament winners were Helen three being the U. S. Open, the British Open and the
contest special events were Williams, Geneva Rynes PGA Open; the British Open and the PGA Champion-
dale that last went to Babington.
season held at James E. Scott Recreation and Stephanie Lynes. The
set a stakes reocrd of 1:40 4/5 in his victory. Center last week. staff invites you to a Pre- ships.The .'
Easter Track Meet at JamesE. consistent manner in which Palmer, Nicklausand
The following participantswere
winners of the activities: Scott, 7200 NW 22nd Ave. Palmer had been domineering the top spots in the

Delores Thompson, Bernice April 8-9 from 4-6 p.m. and last eight years has failed to make the tournament dull,

Lymen, Joyce Doyle and 10-5 p.m. 'but instead new thrills and excitement are a part_ of the

Beverly Simmons The 4- M. Gray, reporter. action that emit from this garden each year.
Squares tournament winnerswere

POST 8:00 TIME P.M.'The Gilford Daniel and Carl Johnson Spalding., Curt ::>.' :. >:' : '\!: I '> '.:, :-;:,;.,',.';".:, \' .

Shoe scramble winners Ricky _._,__ "I' ",I,'?IM" '''', IIt,11'..(.:.: t"I-Ci't"1", ,:,."#":"," ,".\1.. '.,' J '

Duggins, Herbert Dugginsand a.; ," I'" ), ;';4.,' '1" : 'he'x''t*" t ,:""'"Wtu; ,W' .,
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Unclaimed Pant Senior Johnny Kemp pole vaulting across the bar at 13'6". (He made it, too!) ...
Alterations and RemodelingFAST The running Bulls of the Miami Northwestern Senior High School will journey

SERVICE this weekend to the Gateway City of Jacksonville, Florida to compete in the Second

111 NW 62 ST. Annual Robert Hayes Invitational Track Meet. This meet will be held Friday, April

PL 8-3901 8, beginning at 10 a.m. The highlight of this affair' will be the presentation 0 f
cuff while woitAnytime" other awards the famous Bob "World's and
A .. you trophies and by Hayes, Fastest Human"
all-star flanker-back of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League.pearing .

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20 EMIAITlMES. Friday, April B. 1966 .

I Tornadoes Kill 10, Injure 300, Central Life Insurance Co.

.' .- Cause $29.4 Million Damages ; LIFE Of FloridaCENTRAL

Florida's disastrous tornadoes reau, said the first tornado evidence, he said.A Cape Kennedy came as relief it owned, and operated by Negro citizens.
which swept across the did not fit the normal patternfor $29.4 million damage agencies set up emergency CENTRAL LIFE
such storms. Low pressure estimate for the 150 mile loan offices and helped house-
state Monday killing 10 and gives employment to some 200 of these eitizens -
injuring more than 300, left areas usually associatedwith path across the central part holders and businessmenclear | whose combine earnings exceeded
$29.4 million in dam Jes. tornadoes were not in of the state from Tampa to debris. .1.1j j $600,000 last year.

The Weather Bureau's first CENTRAL LIFE
warning of the band of tornadoes National Honor ScholarshipWon paid to policyholders and beneficiaries in

came half an hour after 1965, $653,979.86. This brings At total paidto
the" first twister touched downin policyholders and beneficiaries since organization -

the Tampa-St. Petersburg Student to $9,298,104.00.
area about 8:30 a.m. By Mays High
Arnold Sugg, in charge of CENtRAL. LIFE'Sassets
tornado warnings at the Miami Oinger Givens, a diminui- Honor Society in 1961, as a ment; she received a plaquefor exceed the 5 million-dollar mark. Its
office of the U.S. Weather Bu- tive senior at Mays High seventh grader. Her continued the best behavior studies surplus alone exceeds three-quarter million
School, is the recipient of a scholastic achievement made project from the Dade county dollars.
her a full member in 1963. The'Psychological' Association.She .
full four year scholarshipworth CENTRAL LIFEcurrently
f I r lovely lass received a letter was awarded a biology
2 Dade Howard
$1,100 a year holds first loans on Negro
University in WashingtonD.C.She from the then Governor Farris key by the principal. Duringthe mortgage
Is a commended semi- Bryant for her high score on a summer of 1964, Ginger homes and other properties In excess of one
finalist in the National Merit state-wide ninth grade test.A attended a summer institutefor million dollars.
Men Killedin Scholarship Examination. In science project on deter- high ability secondary CENTRAL LIFE
fact, the scholarship is a re- mining equations for graphswon school students at Virginia has saved the homes of Negro families totaling
isult of the competitive Na- her a superior award in State College.In several I million dollars during the past ten
WeekendViolence tional Merit Scholarship Ex- the school science fair, and her junior year, Ginger years alone.
amination; few students in an honorable mention in the received an honor pin from
Dade County share the honor school science fair competition. her high school principal. She CENTRAL LIFE
now held by Oinger. .,. participated in another summer has been an integral I part of all movements for
In addition to being a semi- As a sophomore, Oinger institute at Morris Brown the improvement and advancement of the statusof
finalist, Ginger is positive received excellent awards in College and netted honor the Negro Americans. Our representativesare
Miami's pending gun con- proof that beauty and brainsdo the school and regional science awards in both mathematicsand found in the vanguard of community forces,
trol law got a boost as two mix. She became a proba- fairs for a project relating to science. working for first-class citizenship throughout
South Dade men were killedin tionary member of the National early experiences in develop- Now as _a senior, her activities Florida.
and titles have not
separate shootings over
the weekend in Dade County. kept her from achieving CENTRAL LIFE
A 25-year-old South Dade CHURCHES HOAX VICTIMMost scholastically; she is a can- offers insurance protection up to $50,000. Our

t man was shot and killed late of Miami's Negro booked at Dade County Jail didate for a Silver Knight representatives in your community, will be
Saturday in what police said ministers wore red faces this and released on $500 bond. award in general scholarship; happy to assist you in working out your insurance -
was a barroom argument overa week when they learned a Perry said the churches she has received several program.
dancing partner, and a young Miami Beach man was arrest- allowed Khemiri to make a scholarship offers; Drew Uni-
Miamian died of three bullet ed by the State Attorney's talk about the plight of Tu- versity, Rollins College, Mor- BE SURE TO INSURE WITH:
wounds after an argument in office on Wednesday on a nisian orphans and then take ris Brown College, Albertus
his home. collection from the Magnus, Florida A&M and
charge of illegally soliciting up a con-
No details were availablelate charity funds without apermit.gregation. Later, he said, received Howard University.certificates She of, also, Central Life
Sunday concerning an Assistant State Attorne y churches checked on Khemiriand
early morning incident at the Morton Perry said Khemiri complained to the state the areas of general
science, biology FRIENDLY
chemistry, "THE COMPANY"HOME
Downbeat Club, SW 232ndSt. had been aollecting funds fora attorney.
English, and social
and Old Dixie Hwy., in "Tunisia Home for Child- When arrested, Khemiri studies."
which a young man was killed. ren" in the Miami area. He said 'the collections at the Who says beauty and brainscan't
mis? Ginger Oivens, OFFICE TAMPA
The sheriff's South Dade was arrested after complaintsby churches were not contribu- ,
of the
most popular and intelligent
substation at Perrine said it churches here, Perry said. tions to the children's home girls on DISTRICT OFFICES -STATEWIDE
knew nothing about the shoot- Michel Khemiri, 37, of but "love offerings" to repay proves they can and do.campus,:
ing. 6000 Indian Creek Dr., was him for making a speech.
Officers said Octavio Ri .
'' -
vera of 11782 SW 213th St.
was fatally shot by AlexanderDean
28.After attacking Deanin
a bar at SW 120th Ave. and
17th St. in Goulds, he was

shot. I A
Witnesses said Rivera attempted 'H
to dance with Dean's
wife and when ordered away
by Dean left the bar momen-,
rarily and returned with a .22
caliber pistol, firing twice.
Dean, police said, openedfire
with another weapon and 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757N.W.27.h: AVE.PERRINE 9843.llrd Id.

shot Rivera. Peace Justice W. Hollywood 1375 W. 49th St. ... SHOPPING CENTER Miami
I Sylvester Adair said Hialeah, fla. MIAMI FLA. 'Ia.
an inquest 945.0381 Perrine, Fla.
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