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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43, No."37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, ,MAY 13, 1966 20 PAGES 15a




E?. I Psychopath Held In Death of 3 Boys 'II



1. Lawmen in Pompano Beach same area as the three recent tache and long sideburns given three lie detectortests

Beach were led Tuesday by a killings. forced him to hold the first and "the tests revealed I.,
16-year-old suspect in last Long said the new victim victim while he stabbed him," Holston was lying about

week's slaying of two boys,,. is believed to be Taylor J. Long said. his part in the crime," Long

to the body of a third teen McNeil, 13, of 380 NW 15thSt. The State Attorney said he said.
I victim. ., who was reported missing considers the man that Shortly before Holston ,
Believed to be a 13-year- last Wednesday Holston said killed the three was scheduled to leave for I
I i old Pompano boy, the third Identification of the mis- boys to be "an imaginaryman. the murder scene, he told
i I victim was apparently stab- sing boy's clothes by a rela- ." Attorney Rich, then Long and ;

GN bed to death a day or two tive, matched the clothes on Attorney Charles Rich, who Walker about the third boy
before Julian (Mac) Fox- the body Tuesday, Long said. was hired to represent Holston killed "by the tall man with '

worth, 11, and William Keith Long Sheriff Walker and a said, "He is either telling us with the hairy face." J
White, 13 were slain May 1. score of deputies accompanied the truth about this man or Holston showed them the ,
I
The body was found in a Holston as the six-foot husky he's got the most completecase spot where Foxworth and
palmetto thicket near the re-enacted what he said took of split personality' White were kilted, Long said.
Seaboard Air Line Railroad place during the three slay- I've ever seen." He pointed to a spot wherehe
tracks at N.W. 15th St.-about ings. Before the sordid enactment said the tall Negro man
three miles from where the "He told us that an un- on Tuesday of the threw a knife, which was not

/i 44 other bodies were found last known Negro man with a musPowell- three murders, Holston was (Continued on page 20) ,
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last week.

Visibly shaken by the
t disvovery of the third body, Blasts AFL-CIO i

State Attorney Quentin V,
Long and Sheriff Tom Walker [

said first degree murder char- '

.'N day ges were against to be the filed suspect'Wednes-, OI&$ enFor! Un.io..n BiasStung :

__ _I Leon Cornelius (Pickens)
9--- Holston, 16. by AFL-CIO. criticism ference. workers In the electrical,
Mrs. Hobart Taylor, Jr., (left), has been named The accused was released of his actions againstthe "At a meeting with Meaney carpentry and plumbing I
executive director of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. from Florida School for Boysat on-site picketing bill, three years ago the first, shops and only two of them
only and the last time we are Negroes.
of the made Marianna shortly before Adam Clayton Powell lost \
Announcement appointment was by Dr.
asked him to to
I "When
met get I took this up withJ.
Geraldine P. Woods (right) of Los Angeles, National last Christmas, after serving his and temper struck back in Washington at the "sen, work and change this. Well George Stuart, the architect .

,President of the 35,000 member public service organ i- time and stabbing for sexually to molesting death a ile, puerile, sterile old men," what's happened asked of the Capitol, Stuart
zation. Powell. said he didn't pick the men,
who he said lead the giant
Pompano boy in 1964 in the labor organization "Right here on Capitol he let AFL-CIO refer them to
Hill there are 401 skilled him," said Powel .

Florida Memorial Wins "There's no respect for y E
College "
said the
labor any more,
I New York Democratic Con Negroes Win Seats
gressman and chairman ol: J(
Rezoning Fight for 48 Acres the House Education and Labor -
}, Committee. "It's led by

The Metro commissioners old Opa-Locka Naval Air argued that it would also a in bunch the way of of old progress.men standing" In Texas legislature '1 1At
increase traffic in the resi-
of Dade County recently Station, were sold to the college -
voted unanimously over the\ by the federal govern- dential area. Powell vented his spleenon least two, and possibly ton lawyer, won a Senate (
objections of neighbors to re- ment along with $959,474.The There already are two col- AFL-CIO President three Negroes will get seats nomination.
zone 48 North Dade acres site Is between NW leges nearby, Biscayne, and his in Texas legislature next Curtis Graves, a savings
for Florida Memorial Col- 42nd Avenue and 44th Court a new Catholic institution, George J. Meaney year-the first time since association branch manager,
and the associates at a news con-
Mami-Dade Junior
lege, a 74-year-old Institu- and NWlSGth Street and 161st won a nomination to the stateHouse
College. ference he called shortly after 1895.Two
tion now at St. Augustine. Street The Reverend Edward T. he was harshly criticizedby Houston Negroes won of Representatives.Joe .
Plans call for A petition was signed by Lockridge 33 a Dal-
building the Graham, of the college's the executive council of Democratic nominations and ,
college facilities during the 245 residents objecting the trustees, said the school was the organization for failing will have no Republican op- las attorney, was endorsed by
next five with the first college. The objection was the city's political ,
years for and position in the general election powers
moving expansion to bring in the House a
600 students to enroll In to lowering the single-family up
Sep- to offer facilities and in November. One from and was also nominated for
greater building
bill that would
permit
tember 1967. An ultimate zoning for business or the
en- nomination the House.
Dallas Democratic -
opportunities for the needsof won
had trades unions to picket
invested
rollment of is antici- college. The residents
1,200 more than $2.8 million those seeking higher stand. construct Ion sites even but will face a OOP Only Lockridge, of the I
pated. -
ards in education. opponent. three, faces Republican opposition I
In their homes. It was though only one contractoris
The 48 acres, part of the
involved in a labor dis- Barbara Jordon, 30, Hous in November. 1
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I !f Commun..qn'w..it" Action Assembly' t l pute.In a resolution passed at

its quarterly meeting, the
: TocWe, Major Negro ?Problems: 1 council urged the House ?

*> i to MiBtJtlfia ....___.n_____* ._ .J-.i4._ ? j_ L /J leadership to take steps if }
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Powell does not change his
Miami is one of the only ten Subjects for discussion will the morning session. The guesl I I mind "to ensure that the principles
cities in the entire country be schools and Negro teacher speaker at the luncheon will of democracy will prevail -'
selected by the National Ur- personnel, housing and resettlement be Roger W. Wilkins of Wash- and that members will

League to hold a Community employment, jobs, ington, who is a member of have an opportunity to voteon fir 1iy'h JY :
Action Assembly to considerthe and on-the-job-training programs the New York State Bar As- this issue." \
major issues facing the and the effective use
Director
sociation and the National -
Negro community and to rec- of political action. Edward
of the Community Rela- Speaker John W. McCormack -
ommend and of
Industrial
ways means Chambers of the
tions Service for Community (D. Mass.) took the
dealing with the critical prob- Areas Foundation, will mod-
Action. bill off the calendar Wednes-
lems, according to Maxine A. erate the panel discussions at 'I
Thurston, local director of the day at Powell's request Pow- .
ell said he did not want to act I
League's Leadership Development on it until the Senate did. ,
Project which is financedby New Fire Code Gets
the Rockefeller Foundation., F =
He has actually been delaying ,
The event will be a full-day
the bill for years because -

session St. John, Baptist Saturday Church., May 21 at OK., Heaters Still InMiami's building of his trades aversion unions'to the re- i' 4:

Sponsored by the Greater fire code was rewritten The code, which called for cord in bringing Negroesinto
1L
Miami Urban League, the as- the banning of all unvented membership. This was i' '
Monday by City
'
sembly is co-sponsored by the but they de- fuel heaters when it was first made clear at his new con-
Commissioners,
following organizations: Dade leted the only controversial reviewed, was approved by
County Young Democrats, for some other time. the commissioners on first Yr P
Beauticians League, Coconut portion The commissioners voted reading. ,
Grove Project, South Dade unanimously to approve a After facing strong proteststwo mendation "inconceivable,"
Political Action League, Na- strict, 176-page documentthat weeks ago, they passeda Commissioner David Kennedy -
tional Alliance of Postal Em- fire inspectors said they resolution banning only said the "only stand-
ployees, Economic Opportunity will enforce immediately.They those portable heaters that ard we can go by is the UL
Program, Inc., James E. not approved by the Un- listing." He said it would be
the are
eliminated section .
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Scott Community Association, fuel heatersfor derwriters Laboratory.In unfair to eliminate all and
'Northwest Jaycees, Royal the on present portable time and said attacking that resolu- equally unfair to legalize sub- MOTHERS OF THE YEAR The choir of St.

Arch Masons, Congress of Ra; they wanted further legal tion, Fire Chief Lawrence standard heaters.A James A.M.E. Church honored two outstanding mothers
cial Equality, Florida Council study before they would act Kennedy said: compromise was proposed Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Athalie Range, City of Miami
of Human Relations, Orange "This will create a hard- by City Manager M. Commissioner, was feted as Dade County's Mother of )
on
State Recreation Association it.A tenement fire which ship on the people now using L. Reese, allowing approved the Year and Mrs. J. Benjamin Blacknell, wife of thecongregatio

Ministerial Alliance, Urban cost the lives of 10 per portable oil heaters. Over 75 heaters in singlefamilyhouses l's pastor, was named St. James Mother of
League Guild, Greater Miami sons last winter, and which per cent of those heaters are and eliminating all ceremonies .
Pictured duringthe presentation ,
Branch NAACP, and Dade officials said was the resultof not Underwriter Laboratorylisted. portable fuel heaters in mul- the Year. .
County PYA Council, Miami the overturning of a port- ." tiple dwelling units. left to right: Mrs. Blacknell, Rev. J. Benjamin Black- .
Branch NAACP and Dade able heater, forced the commissioners He suggested either eliminate Reese's suggestion was endorsed nell, Mrs. Range and Father Martin Walsh, of the Diocese .
Chapter of National Council of to plan a new, all, or eliminate none. by Commissioner of Miami Office of Community Services who made

Negro Women. tough code. Calling Kenney's recom- Athalie Range. the presentation to Mrs. Range. ,



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Open Housing Asked to .iC

' aaMaasmfi

Eliminate Segregation :



The National Urban illes with the range of housing stereotyped thinking about '
League will mount an attack choices available to them property depreciation and
on segregated housing and with the, advantages of crime rates. The National
terns in a three-year demonstration finding homes in integrated Urban League will also distribute '
project in up to neighborhoods. Negro fra- educational material .
right cities, Whitney M ternal and social organizations citing facts and figures which
Young Jr., Executive Director will be utilized to help dispel these myths. It is ;
announced' today. The Interpret the program to the hoped that such an educa-
program will be financed community' and speaker tional program, aided by c: 4s"
with the 'aid of a $11/2 terns from suburban areas community organizations, i'_
million' grant from. the Ford will also aid in this. Educa- will frustrate the efforts of ;
Foundation.. tional,workshops and printed "block-busters" who make
Several cities of varyingsize and visual materials will their profits by exploiting ;
are making prepara-- also be used to reach Negroes fears of white
the groundless
tions participation In the In search of improving.their R .Dl e k. ;
project. Cleveland,Ohio will housing conditions. homeowners. # N
be the' first city'to initiate A second area of opera- A third program area will 4 ;
the program, and will raise tion will be to' service and be to initiatediscussionswith
1/3 to 1/2 of their operating coordinate the.efforts of ex- real estate brokers,Industry, t 1
budgets through matching isting fair housing groups builders and labor groups to
funds. Half of Cleveland's and to stimulate 1
new ones an Increase in the
budget, will ,be. met by the where needed. A key featureof encourage and moderate
Greater Cleveland. .Associated this area will be a neighborhood supply Income of housing low and to up- 1
Foundation;
stabilization effort
The proect'will have four to forestall panic selling and grade existing housing.The .I :
major areas-'p('operation, to otherwise stem .the flight fourth area will be
Storefront offices will: be of white families from neigh- research. Studies will be .
opened in slum areas. Staffed, borhoods. ihat'are.'lntegrat-. made of housing in each of
by Professionals in the field .
ing. .
and aided by volunteers,: The support ,of: local the cities to provide a firm
these offices will serve :as groups.such: .as:church; and base for developing housing iCHI FRIENDS!
local.clearing houses'for.In-, religious organizations and programs in the future. j jj
formation for families who 1 business associations will be Depth ,studies will also be .
are in need of mo re adequate'enlisted for: this. 'made to determine the effect
housing Or who'wish to move teams comprised of Speaker white on Negroes of moving into 15 is the Day!'
May
Sunday
Into better homes. Counsel- and Negro individuals and, previously all-white areas,
families ing will be provided to.such couples will discuss living in reasons for such moves and ,
and the'offices'will,
other aspects of such social
Integrated neighborhoodsand
assist them in plans to improve
their' housing! nr tn attempt to break down change. .* Be sure to meet me at:
move into other neighbor
hoods. ..

phase Another of the aspect program of this will ..

be to acquaint Negro fam- 4;(iFa ; MANOR PARK !


SEN.. SMATHERS NOT THANK

WITH NEW RIGHTS LAW YOU! 50th Street J JX

Senator A. Smathers .
George
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today said the he fears that : & NW 12th Avenue 1
portions of the Administra-
tion's newest civil rights bill K 1

may time"reopen when the old nation wounds"ought at to a iH i iI K Between 4:00 and 6:00 PM

be perfecting exisiting rights
laws. K


support Smathers some said parts of he the could new I pledge to perform the duties of Comp- -H|CP We'll have plenty

bill-such as insuring non- 1
discriminatory selection of troller of Florida with a dedication and H K
jurors-but that other elementsof of Refreshments Rides for 4
the proposal could stir up a humility that will bespeak more eloquentlythan 1 1
hornets nest. Smathersj state- *
ments were made for his week- words of for the
ly television and radio broad- my appreciation conJ* the Kiddies and entertainment.Bring .

casts. fidence and trust you have placed in me.

"I think what we need to HH 3
do is try to educate all of our the family and friends +
people to have a better understanding -
of the problems of k
other citizens and a better
recognition o/ each other's and enjoy the afternoon.
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Paid eolodv rtl.unwd,paid for by the Dlcklmon
needs," Spathers said._ .
; for ComptrOller of Florida Commltt* 1I


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WALTER PESETSKY JOE KERSHAff i(

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WALLY PESETSKY for the State i* {


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 13.1966


Episcopalians Hold Annual

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r Convention at Miami BeachToday



k ; A c asr May 12,the Episcopal ': Delegatesand.. visitors
Diocese of South'Flor-. should: exceed' 2000.. The
(4 tAM4 ida opens it 44th annual Carolyn and other hotels will
convention and the 43rd an- help in accommodating convention -

nual meeting of the Episcopal attendants.
Church Women at Miami Highlights of the conven-
tion are the opening serviceon
Beach. The convention ends
at noon Saturday.The Thursday; evening, the
opening service, with Churchwomen's meeting at
the' Deauville Hotel
the Rt. Rev Henry I. Lout- Friday
tit, Bishop of the Diocese as evening; the Missionary
speaker, will be held in the service at Deauville Hotel .
Miami Beach Auditorium at Friday evening and the : : (
John 't Griffin Post No. 165,
8 Headquarters for the United Thank Offering Serve t
p.m.
the American Legion, has
convention Is at the DeauvUle ice at the hotel on Saturdayat
selected Thomas B. Jacksonto
7:15a.m.:
Hotel. Bishop Louttit will
represent the Post at
preside over the general ses-
Boys State in Tallahassee,
sions. Fla, will be in Tallahassee,
Other
participants
Suffragan Bishop Rt. Rev.are TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO June 26 through July 2. Jack-

James L Duncan of Miami, CHURCH SUNDAY son is an eleventh grader at
the Rt. Rev. William Har- B. T.Washington High School.

grave of St. Petersburg, the I

.. 1 __ Rt. Rev. B. N. Y. Vaughn, I
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Bishop of Mandeville, Jamaica -
Twelve Dade County school teachers each recently received $200 guidance B.W. I.; and Mrs. 11 758.4121))
scholarships from the Kiwanis Club of Miami. The scholarships are used by the Johanna K. Mott of New

teachers to attend special study sessions at the Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, York Center, director for Women of Graduate of the

Pa. Shown above are: left to right, Samuel Gay, Andrew Donelli, Edwin Demeritte, Episcopal Church. ,;
Peter Bucholtz, Jim Brannon, Lucille Bell, and Dorothy Angello. Not pictured are Mrs. A. Travers Ewell, .,

Ida Graham, Frederic Weichman, Jean Mallicote Pearlman Johnson and John McClos- of Qie, General Division of
ALL ,...
Women's Work, of the Exe- 4
cutive Council; L D. REPAIRS .
Olo key.Y.O.U. Fallaize, diocesan chairmanof IN YOUR HOME 9'r16co o1

{, Sinn Up For A Better Job Father Laymen'Bonaventure Work; the, 0 Rev.S.F. 40 YEARS CXPERI&CE

I and Miss Arliss Steider of TOP REFRIGERATION SERVICE
A program seeking to find being conducted at 40 locations Church Church New South Covenant Miami:Presbyterian Mt Nebo the Florida Christian Mi- 7
k the number of unemployed in from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Baptist Church: Richmond Hslghtj grant Ministry.
Church perrlne Per.
Second :
Baptist
1 order to provide better job today (Thursday), Friday and rlne EOPI Center Mt; Morlah Bap.
opportunities for various low Saturday, the locations are: list Church Mt Sinai Baptist Church;
Goulds: Mt. Plessant Baptist Church:
income areas is currently un- Opa-locka: Bunch Park Flntt.st Bs; J'rmL..tnn' Florida Slate Farm Of
Church. Mt. Herman AME lice Homestead: Homestead XOP1renter
der way throughout Dade ,
Church Ornittr New Bethel Bsptut Williams Chapel Baptist
County. Church! Welt Hialeah* New Mt ZionBaptist Church and Florida City Mobile
Church; North Miami Beach: Unit 10th Street and ith A enue.,
L Labeled Y.O.U. (Your Opportunities Community Center In Washington

j, Unlimited) the Park: South end Little 17th River Avenue: :NW LibertyCity 7 thStrret t.- L....'",**.....".:.."'''l "" .oII''!' W -i l' survey is being conducted by : Liberty City EOPI Center; Liberty : "
Square Community Center Mt. East. :a.CoastTai te
the Florida
State Employment
j, Tabor Baptist Church Rt Jamey fl l
l' Service and is financed by the AME Church Jimrs ht. Scott Community N ,,. rT "
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I Department of Labor. According Church. Center, and Dayspring MB : :(: JI| >r 7FEXlURlNC'THE ; 1
North Allapattah: fit Paul AME!:
to Mr. Henry IX Tyson, '
Church, Brownsville: First Baptist .r NE'bAKSI ,
1 local manager of the employ-'Church Brownsville EOPI! center; :' ;, 'ACK, SUIT [ BSE-I
Miami St Agnes Episcopal church ?
ment service, the survey will Culmtr EOPI Center, Mt. Zion VHP- Unelfllmed for, Sala ,
,Pont ... .. .
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.4 provide valuable information. tint Church Greater Bethel AMID ,, o .v .,..- _.,.-,., -.. .. >
Church Club and Restaurant Em .
Tyson said the eventual results plo>f. Union 8t John Bosco Ml*, Alttrotlons. and R.modeltn9FAST'SERVItc. .
slon: Coconut Grove: Coconut O'eve ; : ;/
will mean "more job EON Center St Paul AME Church j FLORAL PARK MEDICAL CENTER
Jordan Chapel Baptist Church 8h*<1owlawn '
and the :
opportunities on job : .NW 47th Street and 7th 70HW62ST.' \
training for many of our Avenue.E'ttson. '4 : ....
C.nt.fI Rdlsnn Court Com* PL .83901A DEDICATION WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 18
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.I tr people in this area. rrunlly Center. 61. Lure Baptist ,t cuff whll yow,wol c"Anytime"
Interviews are currently Church Church othe Open Door: .
Manor Park! St Marys Methodist "

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Mar 13, 1966
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f\ra1ifiJWI :I''l.. FROM WHERE I ISIT

BY BILL McBRIDE
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Pobll.h., \\ \\I

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes "\' .. '. a% Our Governor Takes
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor read the hand-
he
than can
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Circulation-Advertising; Manager more The voters so of of Dade Florida County,and writing on the defeat wall.and He hence has ; _A Step Backwards

Member of the Notlonol Newspapers Publishers AssociationSUBSCRIPTION have let the power structure envisioned
all the stops. The '
pulled out
In-
that controls the money
RATES, of the Governor'sposition .
terest of our state know dignity --
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 that the Governor's Mansion which prohibited his From where I sit, a man proves his real stat
in a smut cam- >
is not for sale to the participation become when, under the pressures of fierce competition and
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post highest bidder. They have paign has suddenly
defeatcontinues to clean
to laugh about. possible wage a hard
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876 shown by their pattern of something fight
voting that there is consider- He has lost the polish that Now, I just don't know about the statue of this mil!
Office it 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 ,. able disagreement with the distinguished him as a veteran lion dollar candidate, Haydon Burns; for it appears to
present administration. The politician. His actions me that in the waning hours of his desperate fight to
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" leadership of which Mr. give the impression of hav- hold onto the governor's chair, he thinks it necessary
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead Burns boasts appears to ap- ing been motivated by fear, to "kick, shove, scratch, bite and hit below the belt."
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords peal only to the big busi- and nightfully so,because he
This was evidenced quite plainly when he
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his who has but a short time to stroll recently
lobbyistour
nesses support
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-fh. state capitol. His campaign the carpets of the coveted gov- made the shocking accusation that his runoff opponent,
Negro Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man in the firm b.li.f.thot fund which exceededa ernor's Mansion. Miami Mayor Robert King High bought and had delivered -
all men are hurt as 'long.as anyone Is held back. million dollars is factual During the final week of to him the "Negro bloc vote."

proof that someone is in harmony preparations for the runoffthe When the news of this far reaching accusation

WIPE OUT ORGANIZED CHIlE with the present state of desperation defeat will of really a man be reached these ears, I got sick inside. I wondered why
affairs. facing The Mr. Burns would make such wild charges. Surely
to watch.
something
President Lyndon Johnson, an enemy of crime, is Mr. Burns has accused Bombshell that Mr. Burns was aware of the fact that such a statement would

determined to reduce or..wipe out organized crime. He chased Mayor the High Negro of having vote in pur-bloc exploded In reference to Mr. challenge the integrity of hundreds of outstanding
has ordered drive what he called be leaders throughout the state. There is
a long-term against form, and thereby perpetrated Scott Kelly proved to onlya Negro no doubtin
"guerrila war against society." a grave insult on the Negroes dud. Anyone with any un- my mind that he realized that this would cost him
The President, said there will be no instant vic- of our state. In his derstanding of politics knows thousands of Negro votes his fine Negro supportershad

tory, but an alliance of federal, state and local police hour of panic he has triedto that endorsed for Scott Kelly Burns to have in been able to wrestle away from Mr. High in the May

forces can lick the underworld.His revive the racial issue that the runoff Haydon would have been 3rd Primary. What did he expect to gain? This ques-
remarks were.made at a White House meeting had been considered null the equivalent of committing tion went unanswered until Tuesday evening when I
with Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, FBI Di- and void during this election.He political suicide. Mr. Kelly's learned that Mr. Bums had told white audiences in

rector J. Edgar Hoover and officials who will lead the has seen without fit to the make benefitof accusations campaign before the primary Jacksonville and Tallahassee "the Negro bloc vote
was based on the Burns ad- the election if
drive.The proof, and this will could swing public apathy prevails
General has been given the prove ministration. He agreed wlh "
Attorney respon- detrimental on the day of and voters stay away from the polls.
sibility of rallying all government agencies concernedwith judgement, May 24th. Mayor High that Haydon Now, from where I sit, it would appear that Mr.
crime, including the FBI, the Treasury and the Burns did not possess the Burns is "Alright white people if
saying
The Governor's claim that integrity the job required.It : you you
Internal Revenue Service. the Negro vote was boughtby is my opinion that Mr. stay away from the polls, the Negro will elect your
This combination should certainly bring about Mr. High is indeed an Burns had been informed governor for you." If there is anything that makes a
worthwhile results.TEACHERS insult to all Negroes. Herewe of Mr. Kelly's decision and prejudiced white man turn green, it's thefear of the so
have a candidate whose in an effort create shadow would this
called Negro bloc vote. So,it seem to writer
CONSIDERING QUESTIONNAIRENine total output during the pri- of doubt released his so call- that Mr. Bums is longer interested in the Negro vote
mary was a meager $147- ed bombshell When
an accusation -
thousand teachers in Dade County elemen- 000, and we are to believe of this kind is made and is adding inflammables to the cursed fire of pre-

tary and secondary schools are answering questionssent that out of this, combinedwith concerning an individual as judice.We
them by the Dade Classroom Teachers Associa- other campaign expen- highly regarded as Mr. Kellyit never hear the mention of "Negro bloc vote'
tion. The questionnaire deals with such issues as the ditures he was able to buy should be accompanied by unless the Negro vote turns the tide in an election,

teaching training, pupil-teacher ratio, building and our Negro Leaders. This proof. and then only from prejudiced whites What's it
library facilities and the number of different subjectsfor shows the kind of thinkingour Mr. Burns will make other called when a candidate for office receives an over-
harbors.
governor His errors, and it would not sur-
whelming majority of the white votes? A landslide
which each teacher is responsible.
belief now is that his only if
prise me they turn out to
Replies from teachers will be tabulated by com- chance of winning is to pit be real squeakers. He re- victory, and nothing else.
puters at the University of Miami. The idea is to dis- the white vote against the tracted his statement concern- Certainly, it is agreed by all unbiased persons
cover where teachers stand on these issues. black vote, and by doing so ing the Yiddish vote in the that the Negro wants a person in office who will
The goal is to get a valid comprehensive indica- disrupt harmony that has South Beach area, but the carry out the oath of that office without regard to
tion of the teacher's viewpoint said CTA president, begun to take place. Mr. damage had already been race, religion or national origin.
Whelpton. Burns has never given the done. The racial issue is all If a candidate for public office comes along
impression of being an in- that is left and you can be whom the Negro feels will do just that, it surely goes
tellectual, and his action dur- sure he will use it. Our
re-
without saying that this candidate not only deserves,
CLEAN UP WEEK ,
ing the past few days have sentment should and must
shown why he has proven be shown at the polls. Some but will receive the overwhelming majority of the
This is Miami's annual Clean Up Week and every- such an ineffectual leader. Negroes will continue to sup- Negro vote without his being shephered to the polls
one who can should lend a hand. If you have anythingof Mr. Burns has shown an port Mr. Burns, but I could and controlled, as Mr. Burns puts it. Is there any
no value about your yard, get it out, anything around inkling of wisdom how- not possibly express my thing wrong with voting for the candidate you feel will
your premises, old tires, bottles, cans, cartons, old ever, by letting it be known opinion of them here.(Smile) do the most for all the people? If this is "bloc

beds or furniture. -- voting," then, by all means, let's have more of it in
And listen! It's unfair for those who live next toa every election.

vacant lot to dump their trash and other things on it. life civic of, educational, political, business and social Believe it or not, the so-called plain old ordinary

We know of many lots where the owners try to keep Miami. Negro on the street has a mind of his own, and is
them clean and neighbors use them for dumping things about There Pharr's are many Miamians who could tell much looking into the issues more and more everyday. He
activities even before I met him. To
they don't want.
is making his own mind and resents the statementsof
up
the name a few: J. R. Taylor, R. G. Love, Percy
The trash collector and garbage collector Styles, Mr. Burns that he is around
the being bought, shephered
Stirrups, Mrs. Essie Roberts and
make regular collections. Be considerate; do unto daughter, Doctors and controlled. the
This
I happen to know because
others as you would have them do to you. Davis, Ward, Hawkins, Murrell, Bill Rivers, Bill Sla- of of
friendship the
so-called the street is one
On Monday the City Commission set a public ter, George Cash, Dennis Smith, John Barkley, James most treasured man on
hearing on a proposed ordinance that would make it Roberts, Henry Dean and Raymond Heastie. my possessions.This .
His is the fourth writer was told by one of Mr. Burns supporters -
illegal to dump garbage, debris, noxious filth, etc. name of outstanding local Negroes -
for which schools in Dade have that he was a very fine person and made the
the been called.
into Miami River, Biscayne Bay or any street or
alleyway. The others are Dorsey and Lily C. Evans in Miami "bought bloc vote" charge only because he felt it
and Mays in Goulds. politically expedient and his statement should not be
taken to heart. This led me to the belief that a man
THE GREAT SOCIETY?
who would do anything to get into office will do any-
thing after he gets into office.
The Economic program, of the Great Society is

moving ahead. The latest in Dade County is the announcement Go to Church Sunday From where I sit, it is plainly written that Mr

that one of the largest law firms,as part of Burns is/in desperation, making an all out effort to
the program,will be open within 60 days and its client pit white votes against Negro votes.It is my firm belief -

will not have to pay a dime for services rendered. Of that this is wrong in every way and can only se-

course this applies to persons living in poverty areas riously damage race relations in the state of Florida.
who can qualify for help.A I
special committee is searching Florida for an History proves that the American Negro is full of

executive director to take charge of the 23 persons PRESAYCLEANERS God's gift of forgiveness. Proof of this is the fact

department. The salary is $14,000 a year. Three prior to Mr. Buns' slanderous statements, he had been

neighborhood attorneys at $9,000 a year and three forgiven for closing the Jacksonville swimming pools
center attorneys at $7,500. and selling the golf courses when ordered desegregated
by the federal court while he was serving as mayor of

204 MORE LAWYERS that city.
t LAUNDRY
Florida should not be short of lawyers on Monday From where I sit, the people of the good state of

204 were successful in passing the Florida Bar.If Florida will not succumb to the evil of prejudice and
we read the list correctly 14 of them are from Miami 4628 NW 27 AVE. Mayor Robert King High will become the first south

one' from Miami Beach and one from Coral Gables. Floridian to hold the high office of governor.

NE 59275We

KELSEY L. PHARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLYe t' 5
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Editor was pleased to learn that the : j "
name -
specialize in hand finished shirts. 'If" t.,1' ... :'. '
of the school to be built at 2000 NW 46th Street which .:I'' JtIEa.M. 7"r Ii '. '"" ,, 1',

was to be known as the Earlington Heights Elementary, Satisfaction ,.Cl aned &:'Oil '. .:r.. ':(., '' '
will be the Kelsey L. Pharr Elementary School and Guaranteed :; '
IAdiust(Tett3i0R3.. x.' d 1i, ': .'If
commends the Board of public Instruction for having .ti; '
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if"l/ Belt
RFree S.. "Tot.1C4I
made the change.' .. 150
Free Pick Up aid *Check a' '" .
Kelsey Pharr was widely known as one of Miami's DeliveryRev. :: :oil Wiring .' ;
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outstanding citizens. He was a pioneer mortician in |I ,1 Year. ,, Guarantee_ ? '. ;. i. ', d ...;.,,,
South Florida. Ye Editor met him 47 years ago and is Allllale.n4del i \oJ.' :
that Miami is better W. M. Slater Owner I. $ ,
in a position to say off becausehe t'V
lived here. Pharr was interested in tV religious, mnmv [ _CALL, 'f634-B242....,4M'A;, : .jh-33-U5&







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11 THE{MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy i ', Moy'ft, '191: 5

Birthday wishes to Eunice Davis and Earnestine

Jackson. Brow rd County Ready I

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

LIVE FOR TODAYDo for State Beauticians

not look forward to what might happen tomorrow : The Broward County host crowned. Miss Fannie Williams

the same everlasting Father who cares for you Unit No. 14 had cpmpleted of Hallandale chairman.
; plans ,for. the more ,than 400 7 p.m. local, program, Hermon
today will take care of you tomorrow and every day. '
Church Terr.
SMILE member delegation'' from all AME ,,401 NW 7th
Either He will shield from suffering, or lie will
you sections of.. the.state to attend All licensed, beauticians are
give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace then the 27th annual ,convention invited to 'attend, the two-day

and put. aside all anxious thoughts and imaginations.St. 'of' the Grant Blossom Educational ,Beauty Clinic
IT'S NATIONAL SMILE WEEK! Francis De Sales. Cosmetologist- Associa- May 1718.A treat,is in store
-- ---- tion to: convene May 15-19 in with the latest,in hair styling
Ft. Lauderdale. techniques, and'coloring. Mrs.
ANNUAL CULTURALTEA Unusual interest-is shownin Bessie.-itixlof Tampa, chair
Invitations are in the mail for the coming mar- L. the program outlined by the man,' ,D. A.' Julius of'Miami,
riage of Iva Mae Turner and John Herbert Coleman. It AND..FASHION state'''president i "(6" stimulateand 'admlnistrationr'War'Memori

will be a Nuptial Mass at the Church of the Incarnatio: REVIEW SUNDAY inspire 'participation ,Auritoriurn Uponyention head- '
May 21. Executive Board :meeting 11 quartet .,,Mr.,H Florence, AH,
p.m.', 'at Walker Elementary president host unit; Mrs.
The Nathan Young Ele- School 2 P.m. The"Miss Cos- Cathlean B. Ross,:state presidents
Douglas Adams of Key West made a quick trip tour mentary School P'.T.A. is pre- metol6gy'"oT" 1966' 'will be H ,rt;' i/I." "
city on Thursday to visit relatives.Mrs. senting its' 'Annual Cultural 'I :.. t '1 Of' ..' "I",f .' II"..'r.1 ..'.
Tea 'and' 'Fashion Review"Sunday ( 'C ,- .-.' no it' ito .,r
May '\S\\ 3:30: to '5:30in
Blanche Major returned home on Sunday after r Y A the' 'school's' cafetorfum..
attending the funeral of her sister in New York City ff f rl i q e The program is designedfor COLOR AND" BLACK & WHitE; TV SERVICE
the entertainment and enjoyment '
In observance of Mother's Day 1966 the Church ot of all-young 'or old*, -.' STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER: '

the Open Door honored Mrs. Eolyn Jones. Congratula- with 'loads of rerreShmentsbeing : '
served. Our big expectation
'VET
tions. TV
is to see each of you.
this gala affair.
at "
The Episcoapl Churchwomen of the Incarnath Mrs. Ernestine Alston is FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW 'VET

honored Mrs. Beatrice (Mother Bee) Robinson at the president, Mrs. Josephine D. 379-7735
sprincipal.FASHION .
annual Fellowship Hour on Sunday, May, 8. MRS. CLARICE CARNEOAY Mackey ,

OPEN HOUSE AT JACKSON MEMORIAL I wish to to my express officers my gratitude and- 848 t .W'2' AVENUE I" i" OPEN, '9'I TO 9.GREATER ,

SHOW
Jackson Memorial Hospital will observe Nationa l t members of Progressive Chapter -

Hospital Week with an open house Thursday, starting No. 29A, O.E.S. and Progressive AND SIP SUNDAYYou
at 7:30 p.m. Court No. 44, Heroines -
of Jericho of which I are invited to attend a '
am a past secretary, for giving Fashion Show and Sip givenby MIAMI'' 'URBAN :LEAGUE: 'GUILD,\/-'
Bert Robinson (former Miamian) of New York City trim- the Business Women's Recreation' '
this magnetic hat '''
me .
> *.i 1 H; ./' ".f i PRESENTS, : i .' '*;}
chose the Moulin Rouge as headquarters during his med with dollar bills, but' 'Club, Sunday, May /:, ,acll
stay in our city. what impresses me most is, 15 at 4150 NW 7th Ave from '
to know that they LOVE me. 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets on sale. Fashion Interlude
second Advance $1.50. At door $2.00 /\31/:
Love, is the great- ,
Williams has returned her
Evelyn to teaching
est word in history, and if Mrs; Mary Wilson, presidentand ,
'
position after attending the funeral of her grandfather!, everybody loved in this Mrs. Mamie Lambert, re- 't oJ
'
Rev. Alexander Brandon at Kinlcok Missouri. would be mis- porter. BY.BURDINPS At" ": 1
,
world there no ;,, '; ..; ', ;TEA-TIME' '{ ', '> fu
understanding. '
,IN,BURDINES'! HIBISCUS'DINING ROOM 1
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Here from Washington, D. C. Is Mattie Jordan to ,
'; '
: ; Down'towMlalld" "'
be at the bedside of her brother, Major Summersett) URBAN LEAGUE EUROPEAN TOURIf 3rd. ,1r floor 1 .I, '" ; "- I" "
(Jackson Hospital). Mattie is the houseguest of her FASHION SHOW AT
'
brother and sister-in-law, the Henry (Pops and Emma]) BURDINESThe you are interested in ..SATURDAY MAY 141966 *:33ci; (fM.A',

Summersetts.GET joining the Rinkeydinks on ,' / ,1!..

Greater Miami Urban their European Tour July 25, REFRESHMENTS. WILL BE ,SERVED .- ,
WELL' WISHES, League Guild is presenting please, contact the president,
"Fashion Interlude," at tea Mrs,',.Fla, Hawkins, 2760 ,NW F'o,. 't 1ckN t-\;COntaet' ; onji ; mild, "roar'm ber"'oif: Q.it
.
will feel ,better'soon Leonie '
.Hoping you before
.
: time in Burdine's Hibiscus 47th Street, May 17. Miss .B. cross, 'president' at 7545491, 0xn39, ..,1f '
Adams at Christian spit ; Major Summersett; Laura Dining Room, Third Floor, This is a fun trip for everyone. ,n'

Seymour, Elizabeth Carey, Melonne Goodman and Ben fVtumtrkurn vu......,.... Miami Store, nn..
Walker at home.Sympathy May 14,'at 3:30 P.m. .

Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell,
'
to Rev. and Mrs. Fred Hicks in the loss chairman announces that the
: FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
famous singer, Damita Joe,
of Mrs. Hicks' mother (Mrs. Inez McDade at Montgomery -
will make a guest appearance. I
Alabama.
Miss Betty R. Moss, president
of the Guild advises ,htAL ,
After an enjoyable stay in our city, Naomi Wil- that tickets may be obtained Itl BONDED g
,'v 4
liams of Melbourne has returned home. She was the from Guild members, or the' bNl
I
houseguest of the Albert Browns. Greater Miami Urban League I
office, 395 NW First Street. '
4'
Telephone: FR 73681. I
Mrs. Frazier (Louise) Bradley and Mrs. Oscar The Benefit show proceeds RENTAL

(Dorothy) Weaver will represent the women of the will be donated for the '

Church of the Incarnation at the annual conventi on of library fund of the Greater j
the Episcopal Churchwomen of South Florida at the Miami Urban League, as j

Deauville Hotel beginning on Thursday.Mrs. stated by Mrs. Ann Lindsey AGENCY INC.THE

Packard, cochairman.ANNOUNCEMENT. II I c

Lula Riley is the houseguest of Mrs. Estelle I
Cunningham at her Liberty City home. ;: THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL

Class of Dorsey '46 and .. ,
THE SOUTH OPERATING IN
AGENCY IN "
David Dobbs Jr., newly elected chief justice of Northwestern 56 will have a |i HON L. L.. BROOKS .; ** .<- ,
the student Supreme Court of Central State and his party at the home of Mr. Larve ,
Ford, 8861 NW 18th Ave.. Sat. DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
roommate, Michael Fisher of Canton, Ohio, spent the ( PRESIDENT
14, at 8 p.m.
May 1
trimester break with David's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Meeting is Sunday, May 15 I GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
David (Gussie) Dobbs Sr. at Lawrence Drayton home ]:

1058 NW 74th St. at 4:30 p.m. '
MANAGING AND MAINTAINING{ MORE THAN
Northwestern High has its annual SeniorParentTea

Sunday afternoon in the lobby of the school's 10,000 HOUSING UNITS '
auditorium. 1

CALLM.Iria Bonded also has employment seryice at main office'
,
..
of Mr. and Mrs.
Baby Adelaide Boston, daughter /I. '' In'.
John H. Boston was christened Sunday May 9 at St.Ann's Fox :: "4 4150 N.WJth Avenue ( ",,B ,
Epsicopal Church. The baby was honored withan ; .
elaborate reception held at the Boston's estate. FOR A full time- public relations department to assist you in solvIng' your problems, i

Plus" a (fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience

Mrs. Herbert L. (Evelyn) Williams of 3185 NW 48th STOCKSBONDSMUTUAL On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9.8733'

Terrace has returned home after attending the funeralof FUNDS ,' I' "'
MAIN OFFICE ,_:, ,
her grandfather, Rev. Alexander Brandon in St. j .

Louis, Missouri. 1 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue p|_'9.5733' '

Miss Essie Deliford of the Beauty Craft Salon
included Vandalism done by a few It upnlve to all Pleat help us trap this unn.cessory.vir!
spent 15 days in the Holy Land. Her tour
and I C.A, Lockharr, Public Relation Director
Jerusalem, Beirut, Bethlehem, Israel, Nazareth 1
Cairo. She had an enjoyable visit and memories to
last her lifetime. 4 '.k 9 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU


Capus White of Rome, Georgia attending the CME 17325 Homestead *".." 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-8416

convention is stopping with his old friend and childhood Perrine CE 5.3553 '1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6-2467

neighbor, Times Circulation Manager, Oscar W. 1019 Hammondville Rd. 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381

Weaver, Jr. and family.Mrs. PHlJEVn\l{ Pompano ', WE 3-3235 4240 H.W. 271h Ave, HE 5-466
,INVESTMENT 14255 M.W. 22nd Ave.

Marguerite Welters and son Ralph and children CORPORATION Opo-locka MU 8-0617

of Key West, spent Mother's Day with her mother 7C4i BISCAYNE IIVD., 512 N.W. lit Ave., Hollandole, W*. 7.2434
Mrs. Mattie Sawyer of Opa-locka. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar MIAMI. FLU. 33131 1019 N.W. 6th St., Ft.'Louderdole, JA 4.3357 '.,
Roberts and daughter Carol Ann of Goulds were house- Phone 709-6848

guests of the Wilbert Stevensons. tt '





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t 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 13, 1966 6,.........

Kendall YWCA Announces 'Startling' That Negro 4 Dine 01 1


Sneer Program Families Do So Well 4 4: Nassau Franks ,,

The Kendall Center of the be accepted this year with em- all the torment
YWCA, 9350 SW 79th Ave., phasis on small groups. Classes New York, May 2-A: former "Despite of racial prejudice 4
has announced its new sum- for adult beginners and high official in the Departmentof and degradation :Restaurant
and economic oppresA
mer program schedule which intermediates will ,also be labor calls it "startling" slon," Moynihan notes, "Ne- "
will include a Day Camp for offered.Cost for each two week that America's poor Negrofamilies still raised to In
children are 4
boys and girls 7 and over, period (six lessons) inc uding have done so well as gro ideals and ,!
PAL for the pre-schoolers and insurance, one child $5.50; they have under extremely believe in American
child for child, habe aspira- Sir JokH
:
swimming.Day two children, same family, adverse conditions.In tions and ambitions that should .Ai
Camp and PAL time $9,00; three children same a special article in the all of 1
will be offered on a weekly family $12.00. current issue of Look Maga- shame-or inpslre cites-in Look us.the Hotel
basis June 13 through August zine, former Assistant Secre- Moynihan
5, Monday through Friday, 9 All YWCA swim classes are tary of Labor Daniel P. Monyi- fate that in one-third of the .A"
conducted nation's Negro homes, one or SERVING DAILY
a.m. to 12 noon. Activitieswill by highly qualified han praises "Negro mothers
include arts and crafts, instructors with special training who give strength and hope to both parents are absent. Most 4 NATIVE BOILED FISH
in water safety. of the missing are fathers. He
native crafts, nature crafts, their children." Peas & Rice Stewed
believes this situation isIt..Mnnnrntr Pigeon Conch
hiking, swimming events., games Day camp andspecial CHUSCUUjr__..__ ct rates begin at $4.00 per week in a largely segregated so- Crabs & Rice
dor one child; $6.00 including ciety.
CHINA VALLES
three swim le4sons.PAL: rates "Whatever the reasons- > BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS

are $3.00 per week for one' divorce, desertion, deaththefact Souse Steaks Chops -- Shrimps
child. Special rates are available PRESENTS that a family is poor (TAKE OUT SERVICE) Y
for additional children in greatly increases the fhajoces i
Thanks all the friends that by to 0
the same family. that it will break up" Moyni- to come see
I.
Swim classes' will be conducted A JAZZ states. r .? i-r--FRANK..PRICE..AT"T"-E-- ,+
on a two week basis ,; .-. t
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and ;Sir J.te Hftttl' itsttvrant. :
Fridays, beginning June 14, HAPPENING !
June 28, July 12 and July 26.' TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 7:30 a.nu to Tl'p.m.

Children from the age 3V4 will CHURCH SUNDAY .
216 NI 6 STREETMIAMI_ FLORIDA,
t o...............
SOUTH DADE 4 PM,- 9 PM

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Services at Mt. Moriah last T "
$
Sunday were very inspiring all ''::'_ "" '
day. There were many visi- Sunday May 15th \ .. '
fi ; :: -
tors from other churches. The I ;' ?m yjylf\ r

"Mother subject Standing for the message By." was RED ROAD LOUNGE : ., '

Our sick; Mrs. Ella B. ,
Long is in Baptist Hospitaland :
Deacon Fletcher Bruton 2683 W 4th Ave. r

Sr., is i in Kendall Hospital HIALEAH

.......... FEATURINGTHE r &

J
Mrs. Virginia Cooper motored GRUESOME THREESOMETHE r
down from Detroit to bring the
daughters, Darrylin 1 and Anie- SOUL BROTHERS QUINTET WITH 1 I

tea Cooper to their father, CHARLIE AUSTIN & ART JOHNSON 1I I I I\Ifc.
.
Arthur Cooper and Mrs. Georgia .
Cooper. JESSIE SMITH ORGAN TRIO ,
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THE .
LOVELY
VOICE OF BARBARA VELESCO .
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WITH ; : .
FRANK DEFABIO AT THE PIANO r'-A
On May 16 there will be amusicale THE',.NEW
at the Richmond DON'T MISS THIS ONEA
Heights Junior"HifchjSchool' : in r''" .
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the air-conditioned auditoriumand SMALL DONATION AT DOOR ;
we are expecting you. JAMESCLUB
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Last nite, (Thursday, May 12th) the new James Club I Id
opened and as usual when there Is a re-opening of a dub $W Lci
theregular crowd seekers are on hand. This time, the openIng -
was different. From the way the owners are operating,
I'm under the impression that the James Club will be one
ofthe most popular spots in town. Ralph Bastone, thee

owner, sees to it personally that his new customers are well ., .. ,
taken care of. I will not go into details about the club an -- ---- - ,

yourself what Is happening and see how there because I'd much rather you go: Miami Times Circulation manager 0. W. Weaver is 'Roosevelt Savings and, Loan Association. New
can spend
you an enjoyable '
without it costing too much. The James Club is evening open 6 i shown lecturing Times newsboys on the,value of being 'acciuhts clerk, Mrs. Alonro1 I Colenan opens savings

nights a week, thus far, and Tuesday niter is Go-Go nite;; thrifty and saving part of their weekly earnings from account for, left to right,' Willis Lane,Ronnie nez,
Wednesday is Amateur nite; Thursday nite is Ladies Nit! sale of papers. Thrift is one of the key points drilled Anthony Plez, Charles' Wright", James Plez and news-

and of course entertainment and dancing on Friday, Satur into the boys at their twice monthly meetings. queen. Celeste Dixon.
day and Sunday. As Ralph puts it, "this is a nice place! Shown at right are newsboys opening new accounts \k Photos by Bob ,Thompson: of Glamour Studios.
for nice people, and it's going to stay that way. They have
two swinging bands: Frank Williams and his band and the .r
Stingrays. -$SPECIAL ART

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( CLASSES AT KENDALL
While I'm on the subiect of nite clubs, let's look at an ,
odd fact of the business: We wonder why the clubs in the CLUB 4 BIG DAYS C I YWCAAn
Negro areas sell bottles. Maybe you don't know it, but
art class for children
that is the reason our clubs can't afford to bring the
Nancy Wilsons and the you .t (7, 'and older) with Miami's
Gloria
Lynns and the better type I'T'Tr''r!
THURS-FRI-SAT-SUrU ) Aramesco will be held
:Gig at
of big name acts. Let us suppose they did bring these names C :
to Miami to for the Kendall Center of the YM
appear you, they would first have to put
on a door charge and raise the price of admission, and we 12-13-14-15 C 9350 SW 79th Ave., beginning
would gripe about that. Then, if we do decide to pay this !It'1 1Y May J June 7 from 9:30:: to 11:30 a.m.
high price, after we are inside we want the best table in C Fee for each week period isF
the house. ..buy one beer,and sit there all night. You really $5.00.A( .
don't want to spend any more money because you have member of the six: South
spent so much to get in, so now you are only spending the FRANK DUBOISE C ,Florida abstract painters, Miss
evening. AND we do so much talking during the show, that Aramesco is represented in
the people at the next table cannot enjoy the show either. //gin.,M"(J ,; PRESENTS C many private collections here
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But we feel that after we have paid that much to get in, we and abroad. She received her
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are in our rights to talk as loudly as we please, 'whenever. 1i! C degree from the University of

we please. But back to the bottles. You would be surprised .. c DIRECT FROM P Grenoble, France and studied
how much better the clubs could operate if they didn't sell KINGSTON JAMAICA at the Art Students League in
bottles. The average customer thinks he is saving money New York City.
with a half pint, pint or fifth, but 'tain't so, brother. You
are cheating yourself. not only booze wise, but show THE C'r
wise and musician wise. With just this little call of mine : .
for the removal of the bottles from the clubs on our side *
of the "tracks". .(and believe me that is the only place
they are sold). maybe we'll have better dubs, better,, BLUEStBUSTERS Y % k
shows, better musicians and better service for our money. ,
But I do want you "boozers"toknowthat nobody is being .
fooled but you.
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Carmen Jackson 1h+) } j Y { ,
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Earl Carroll 7
GOLFER OF ,THE WEEK: Mickey Dillard (Par & Birdie \ C
Club Champ)
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Last Saturday night, ,
I stopped in to see Charlie Austin at the Hampton House. ie
He now holds the record of being in a dub for more than ..
five years, and he keeps a good combo, always. .Frank *: PLUS ,
DuBoise is getting ready to surprize his customers at the
LANETHE *
Knight Beat, so keep a sharp lookout. . Since Klyde FRANK DU BOISE JOYA
Killens has hung up his glass, we don't see too much of E FANTIST K
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him anymore. ...Annette McNeal is recuperating nicely AND HIS CHICKEN SCRATCHERS Macladl.., Bar oad
from her accident, and we are all very happy to know that *' RaitovrMt' w.lcotI allef
she is doing fine.. Adam Clayton Powell, Democratic : MR. BOBBY -CALL ME DARUNG- MARSHALL : Ills old kinds cad I is lookiiftvtrydoy
Congressman from N.Y., will attend the grand opening of *, .
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the New James Club on Thursday. The owners and Mr. YOUR HOST & H. C. to meet Pew .
Powell are longtime friends. . .Frank Duboise is bring- : W. can serve you with ho l.
ing in the fabulous Jamaican "Blues Busters" this week- DON'T MISS THE GREATEST SINGING DUO YOU'VE y cooktd food and old hickory
end. Don't miss them. They are something else!!. T borbtcnt. I will
EVER HEARD am surt yo!
There is a new poolroom on 15th Avenue & 68th Street
called Profs Recreation Center. They have 5 nice tables : tnjoy It, If not, aWt 't.n.

and want to invite the ladies to come and enjoy learningand THURS SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEW *-k, friend, toll wl. JOB 3
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shooting pool in a nice quiet, dignified atmosphere.A .

special note to our Mayor of the City of Miami
and our City Commissioners; Melvin Reese, our able City VI
Manager, and Chief Of Police, Walter Headley: Here is a
story as I received it from a tax-paying citizen regardingan
incident last Tuesday morning when a mo torcycle policeman (
from the City Of Miami gave seven Negroes each a SENSATIONAL
ticket for jaywalking. Now, I am not saying that a person yr a..
who breaks the law by jaywalking should not be given a
ticket, IN THE AREAS WHERE THIS IS POSTED AND I I
LINES ARE PAINTED AT THE CORNERS. But to givea
jaywalking ticket in an area that is not posted and to I BIG BARGAIN SHOW I
ignore three white pedestrians who crossed at the same

point, does not seem right. These tickets were given on
N.W. 15th Avenue between 68th Street and 68 Terrace.
People living in this area are accustomed to crossing the
street at any point because there are no signs or cross- fRI. SA T. SUN.
walks. This policeman who gave these poor Negroes a
ticket may have been right in his own way of thinking,
and might have saved a life by doing so, but I am sure
that he did not realize that these seven people cannot
afford to pay a ticket, and because there were no signs,
feel that they were not breaking the law. The area is a
"oovertv ntv ket" and the money That these people scrapeto
pay these tickets would buy a pound of meat ;jto help L'xL <
feed their hungry children. Aside"from<< that, he could have
'Innocently started a riot. if the City wished to stop peoplefrom ""
crossing in the middle of the block in ALL AREASof t. i r.i r.
the City, I suggest that crosswalks be marked at each
corner and signs of warnings posted. I sincerely hope r
it,that the motorcycle ,. Co-Starring
that you City Officials will see to ,
policemen use a bit more discretion in these areas, becausein I. .
this case, a warning would have been in order. /
One thing we do not need here is another Watts, and MI MI & GEE
with the thousands of Negroes being shifted from the
downtown and being crowed into the Brown Sand
area h
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Liberty City Areas, the "pot could easily boil over ya n, r hi, a.JA
and It would happen so fast It would make our County "/
and City Officials wonder where they went wrong. Just "Slaughter On 10th AVMM"CONTINENTAL .
one little spark like this could ruin all of the planning and,
progress we have made in this area. Again, I say, let snot
provoke the people in any area, and especially]
the low Income areas, with a small incident that can be '
avoided with a little discretion, and there both will be less. : ::iL;
chance that we will have any undue action on parts.If .
this pot boils over, let us hope that it will .never do do..
much greater than two or three
it must be something
unthinking or unknowing jaywalkers. S r


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 1Head ; 1966 9

Start featured at NCCJ Mov. 20

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: Operation Headstart-195f:; vard,beginning at 10 a.m. mammoth pre-school program million. Some 65,000 teachers
will be spotlighted during the Miss Helen Stolte direc- last summer enrolled 560,000 doctors, nurses, social workers -
8th annual program clinic tor of the headstart program youngsters in the 2400 common were involved in the program -
sponsored by the Women's for Dade will be .principal hies. The cost of federal as well as thousands of
division of the Florida Regior, speaker and will head a panel funds was some 95 millions paid and unpaid volunteres
of the National Conference ol discussion on Operation Head- dollars,. with local communi- who helped out in_a variety of
Christians and jews, May 20. start-1966: "Are we Removing ties contributing another 12 ways.
The clinic to which presidents -, the Eight Ball?"
and chairmen of all Miss Stolte, who receivedher
women's organizations in Dade bachelors and masters degree -
County are invited, will beheld In education at Western
i n the Jordan Marsh Audi.torium .. Reserve University, took postgraduate
JSQI Biscayne Boule- work at the Univer- PROVEN
sity of Chicago in the field of
human relations.In .
1965 she was invited to EXPERIENCE
A million thanks for Dade County to become con-
sultant to the Dade County 1-
vote on May 3rd ;
your
Schools for the John F. Kennedy -
Pro-School Program.Miss
Stolte is listed in Who's Who
BURNS in American Education. ELECT H
BOYD Special program kits, including _
POSTON a revised Directory of
e FERRE Human Relations Program JUDGE
Resources will be distributed
GISSENDANNERLEWIS by the National Conference of
Christians and Jews office
during the worming session. e
HECTOR
Other participants in the
CARROLL panel will include Mrs. Betty ii
SNOWDEN Chancy, who is a teacher at
both the Little River and STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Each of the candidates Lillie C. Evans Elementary
Schools, Mrs. Mary Cash a
listed above humanitarian GROUP ELEVEN
is a !*
Mary Louise Lee 20, a gree at F.M.C. teacher's aide in the head _
junior at Florida Memorial She holds membership as interested In the start program rounds out the
College is shown posing for basileus of the Delta Eta welfare of ALL THE panel.
the campus photographer during Chapter of the Alpha Kappa PEOPLE. Dade County has been in Vote FRANK
a between-class break. Sorority, president of the Pan for these candidates the forefront of the operation _
X vote cast
Mary is a music education Hellenic Council, chaplain of is a vote cast for head start program,which is
major from Jacksonville, and the R. W. Puryear chapter of of part of the nation's war on
the enrichment your COUNTY WIDE
the National Education Association
attend and is administeredby
plans to graduate poverty
community and Interests. M. M, A*.
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school in the area of performance the United States Office of
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JESCA GOLDEN
AGERS CLUB HONORSGRANDPARENTS AUTO INSURANCE

40 CIa_ our nw, lower rates and easy fuuncin.
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:/..:. x ., James E. Scott Community Bring this ad to our office) and rect iv a free lift

: 1925- Association will celebrate its'' D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
J L 5th annual Grandparents Day
(. New "Iniurmnce, Real. table: Morta,,"
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JAMES Covenant Presbyterian Church Business member An People Democratic Club
E. SC I HCoMMUNITY $1 1221 NW 43rd St. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1.0380REELECT

Prizes will be given to the
grandparent with the largest
number of grandchildren and

rIOit'S great great grandchildren; the
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father and the oldest grand- '
mother and father present on TANN
Sunday. Blanks will be avail
able at the door. DEAN'M .
2 The lion. Ralph Poston, a
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member of the Governor's'Committee -
will be the guest speak-
er. His topic will be "Grand COMMITTEEMANl't (
,parents Active in Community FORDISTRICT {.lA, f
Left to right, Garth C. Reeves, president; Mrs. Harriett Margulis, board member;'Life." Mr. Poston will be introduced 11 '
Miss Olive B. Alexander, executive director. Johnson photo. by Eugene Kemp. ;/f\ /

If you vote in the following precincts you

JESCA MOVES TO There is a community room .. .-- '- can vote for Tannie Dean
which will be used for programs
NEW ADDRESSMay and meetings. It has 74757677858788277278279DUTIES
been a dream of Miss Olive
2nd moving
day
was OF A DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMAN
for James E. Scott Community Alexander, the executive di- :
Association. The new address -,rector to have a place where You. ((1)) To establish and maintain an effective politico!
Thank
is 4991 NW 7th Ave., the," real neighborhood activities organization in each precinct the year round.
could be held.
telephone ,is 758-4791, the, ((2)) To assist in getting Democratic voters, who are
Many, things are des-
many
,same as it was. FOR YOUR EXPRESSIONOF not registered to vote.
Garth C. Reeves, presidentsays perately needed. Folding CONFIDENCE IN
chairs, steel folding tables, ,
tiful.the Thanks new offices go are to beau-the steel files,kitchen sink, stove &: YOUR STATE TREASURER'S ((3)) To get Democratic voters to the polls on elec.

Building Committee headed b and_refrigerator Call the office j OFFICE AND THEOVERWHELMING tion day.
Charles Higgs and his com-y if you'd like to purchase '1 VICTORY ((4)) The Committeeman .is charged with the res
mittee, Dan Daniels, Eugene something to make JESCA one YOU GAVE ME IN possibility of establishing committees to setup
E. Kemp, Mrs. Milton Margulis of the most attractive neigh- THE MAY 3rd PRIMARY car pools, babysitting committees, poll watchers,
and Mrs. George Nelson. borhood centers. i iCITITAL I etc.

((5)) The main responsibility is establishing and
---I tu.dk- maintaining an effective patriotic party organ!.
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band wrr..r..a.urn..r.". ....am r..ur w.rrr r.r w ow r urt 1
music lovers, the exposes the community Ranches a1wlrwr 1.11 '... ,a/wnw wlsra /1rsfOe111n1111.1.1M 11ae1.js.4
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young to come out Thursday, May 19 at the same time raises funds 5.1.1., 0*M..rrs.r. 110.1e.arrrrrrw rw. wrr.I S ns /rrs 0l ._.r. 1/1 ;
for an evening of music and to purchase needed band ac- News I a. a 1111.11 11( rt r M 1 A n .1 r .I v.r11a .
drama. This is the annual, cessories. If you are asked to
musical which will' be presented purchase a ticket, do so. You By Wolur Bow. r "' w1.r r+a e.
by the Concert Band, thejunior will be helping the band and
) Band the State Band providing an opportunity to The Florida Stars Bowling
and the Music Duo fa the..raise your musical slRhts. League winter season came to
- -, -.---... .. ..- --- an end Monday, May 9 at Ft.
Lauderdale lanes. Burrows
dj tI Electric came in first place, "
I / I Oalt Ocean 66* team came in *; :

/ I II second and Atlantic Seafood, ty
I third. '

The banquet will be held "
Saturday night May 21 at "'" I t ,

fLfMr Birdland Club in Ft. Lauderdale ;: : .:. I;"" If

the old, 17th Ave. and Sunrise. )' ,. ;: i ')1 /:;,, !r
bowling lanes.
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The VFW Post 5693 of
Opa-locka will hold its in- FAMU ALUMNI FETED Members of the Florida A&M University class of

stallation services Friday 1941 were feted during the 1966 alumni luncheon which was a feature of the 1966

night May 13 at the Lien's alumni luncheon which was a feature of the 1966 Commencement exercises on the
Club in Opa locka just off
I NO. 9 on Opa-locka, Blvd. Tallahassee campus. Some members of the class who attended the luncheon are

Turn left on 9 if you are com- pictured here. Seated, left to right are: Dr. Carriemae S. Marguess, Tallahassee;

ing north and right if you are the Rev. M. G. Miles, Tallahassee; Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president of Florida

going south. Kernell! Dames, A&M; Dr. John Rosemond, Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Dolly Mae Williams, Tallahassee.

past commander, will go backas Standing behind them, left to right, are: Mrs. Elizabeth .]. Wilson. San Fernan-

commander. dino, Calif.; Mr. Caleb Crosby, Miami; Mrs. Mamie Hartsfield, Tallahassee;.Mrs. Ver-

{ ry S4'z neka Silva. Miami: Mr. Theodore Robinson, Miami Mrs. Clarissa McFadden Talla-
VFW
Post
8195 will hold
its meeting Sunday, May 15 at hassee; Mr. John Sanders, Miami; Mrs. Wilhelmina Franks, Miami; Mr. Richard Harts-

5:30 p.m. Folia Boyd, com- Held, Tallahassee; Mrs. Estelle Pelham, Tallahassee; Mr. Charles Perry, Washington -

mander; Charles Hart, adjus- t D. C. and Mr. Willie Gardner, Tallahassee.Phone .

tant W. A. Bowe quarter-
v master.
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4a Robert Hardy West Hollywood : 634-1444 A Public S."lu Ov.r CENTERVILLA

i J son of Mr. and Mrs. 20 Years KINDERGARTEN
Elliot K. Hardy, is now ANN'S Live In Maids
teaching in Tampa at B. T. GUEST HOUSE Cook Bus Boys 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
Washington High School. lie Dishwashers Porters
PERSONNELHOT
visited Ghana Africa, last Clean, cool rooms for your Gas Station Drivers CERTIFIED
year as a part of his trainingand convenience"A Hotel & Horn MoldsWe LUNCHES
reported that it was a great Appreciate Your PICK-UP SERVICE
COMMISSIONED Second Lt. Henry Gabriel of
experience for him. Friendly Place to Business
Miami, was among the Florida A&M University ROTC Meet Your Friends" REGISTER NOW

cadets who received commissions in the recent spring oL 691-7796 OR 696-3802
FR 9.8382SlR
NW STREETMr.
commencement exercises at the Tallahassee school. 3059 45

'Shown here pinning Lt. Gabriel's bars are Lt. Gabriel's FLAT DUMPS T., Prop. t1tJ11 H.E. 5th Street Mrs. R. E. Copelond, Sup.

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I'I'I LARDSEMORIALS York Street Opa-locka died 1 27th Ave. died May 2. Re-
DEATHS May 4. She is survived by her' mains were shipped to Vidalia -

mother, Rosa Mae Coney:; Oa., for final rites and

maternal grandparents, Mr., burial. Survivors are wife, two ,; 13
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; sons, four daughters, one
IN grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. one brother, gran -
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS MEMORIAM ; sister
Johnny Brown; four aunts;; children.

I memory of the late The family of the late --- _.._- four uncles; a grandaunt:; e
:: other relatives and friends.
i<... > i JOSEPH 'C. DAVIS Services were held on Saturday Mrs. Lucille Lock, 1930

i,1| wishes to acknowledge with May 7. NW 70th St. died May 6. Ser-
s 1' vices were conducted 'Itrursf -
grateful appreciation the
1 kindnesses Mrs. Vivian A. Hughes o day from the Liberty City
given
many during
,. its bereavement., 2147 NW 69th Tern died May 5., chapel. Survivors are pa
a She is survived by a daughter,, tents, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman .... ..,.,
A special thanks to the
t t I Mrs. Gloria Sims; two foster- Marlow, one son Reuben Eu-
neighbors of Mitchell Leroy of 1142 NW
162nd
Street and
I
daughters Emily and RosMae one daughter, Zerline u
f 5th Place, Canon Charles F. aLock 2nd Ave. died May 9. Funeral .
James; a sister, one aunt Mrs. Alice.
F; Cooper,members of St. Peter's Oliver. services will be held, TUes-
brothers Fran-
Meeks seven P
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I A. O. Church, the Range' cis, Carroll, Jim, Flipper, day morning at 9 at the chapel. 0

Funeral Home, and the faculties -' Mitchell, Bob and Lorain Burial in Arlington Cemetery, 6

of Charles R. Drew and'' Woods; other relatives and INFANT: Arlington, Va. He is survivedby
Rainbow Park Elementary held a wife. Lizzie; a mother
friends. Services were Dominese L. Butler, 2255 6
I Schools. Fr. Elisha Clarke I' Tuesday, May 10 at the First NW 71st St. died May 2. Franzelia, two stepsons:
and other Friends. Hilda, Church of Christ, CarverRanches. Services were conducted Wed- John, Willie and one brother, 1 r

Davis, Mrs. Joseph W. Davis, from the two sisters and a host of
; nesday Liberty City b
"'Mr.irs.. Arthur L. Davis,'ill, '. ....*. t"? *-* *' chapel. Survivors are parentsand other relatives and friends.

41 Mr. & Mrs. Willie F. Stilly MRS. ZEOLABANNERMAN Solomon E. Anderson of grandparents.

/ worth, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Daivis MOORE 6939 NE 3rd Ave.Nazerene) FRANCISMrs.

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Clark. died May 8. He is survived bya
May 12, 1964She brother, Leonard; a sister- Susan Hepburn of

11. always leaned to watch i in-law, Mrs. Matrice Anderson Lee Bishop Bledsoe, 15820 2057 NW 5th Place died on

.;." ,rvr# ,..:" for us, ; an aunt, Mrs. Rosetta,NW 17th Ct. Opa- locks, died May 8, following a period of
IN MEMORIAMIn Anxious if we were late, Anderson; other relatives and May 8. Survivors are wife illness. Funeral services will
MRS. SARAH MAE In winter by the window, friends. Services will be held Ethel, one daughter Kaye be held on Saturday May 14 at

CLARK RAHMINGS loving memory of ouir In summer by the gate Saturday May 14 at 1 p.m. i in Reed of Jackson, Tenn. two 2 p.m. at Temple Baptist

who died one year ago, May husband, father and grandfather And though we mocked her the chapel.Mrs. sons Lee Bishop Jr., Willie Church with Rev. L. A. Thom

11, 1965. tenderly, George; five sisters, three pson, pastor, officiating.

One day she looked up and Who had such foolish care, Mary J. Lewis of brothers. Remains were sent Survivors include two sons:

said, hello Jesus, this is The long way home seem more 16440 NW 18th Ave., Opa- to Jackson, Tenn. Thursdayfor Reuben and Edmund Hepburn;
Sarah, and he looked do safeBecause locka died May 8. She is sur final rites and burial. a daughter Leah Ferguson;

and said, Hello Sarah, this wns she waited there. vived by a son Ossie Thomas two brothers; Enos and Charles

Jesus. Johnson; a daughter Pearl Williams; a nephew, Harold

Gone, but not forgotten Her thoughts were all so full l Kelly; a sonn-law! Elton Mrs. Chanle Richardson, Francis, owner of Francis
Kelly and a daughterinlawGertrude Funeral Home; ten grandchildren -
of us, 10050 SW 176th St. Perrine
,
Clark and Rahmingi Johnson; other relatives ; other close rela-
Families She never could forget! and friends. Arrangements died May 8. Survivors are tives and !mumerousi frinds.
} And so I think that where she are incomplete. mother, five daughters, Ann
F ----
isShe Richardson, Lucretia Taylor,
Mr. Alexander Poitier of
IN MEMORIANThe must be watching yet. Woodson Collier of 14020 Lillian Williams, Corrine 345 NW 16th St. died May 10,

,. Waiting till we come home to Jackson St. Richmond Hghts. Flack, Gloria Richardson, two and funeral arrangements are
one that the father "
her, died May 7. He is survived his sons Johnnie and ? loyd; two includea
Survivors
lovea so well but, the Lord sisters Annie Pearl Incomplete.
Andrews
Anxious if we are late. widow Lula; three daughters: : devoted wife Remaliatwo
loved her better the ,
daughter and
May Pinkney, one brother
,
Watching from Heaven's Elizabeth Williams, Lucille
of the brothers, two sisters, anda
Rev W. 0. Mundy "'
B. : Ruffin. Arrangements are
window, Crumel, and Rebecca Thompson. brother-in-law., Other rela-
Leaning from Heaven's gate Other relatives and incomplete. tives.
friends. Mr. Collier was a.
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FamiliesIN having than 40 years.lived Services there for will more be 8,000 Agents Seek $80 Millionquotas I

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Saturday May 14 at 3:30: p.m.

at St. Paul Baptist Church in A total of $80 million in for. all classes of

: MEMORIAM Homestead.John added life insurance protectionfof agents were developed by a

American families is the committee headed by Lorenzo ..
CLARENCE MOSS Pratt of 1874 NW 6th goal of of D. Jones vice of "\
'St.., 8,000 agents Negro president :
died
who departed this life May by his" May widow 7. He Evelyn survived;"five managed companr.' during the, Chicago Metropolitan Mutual'...

17, 1964. 32nd Annual National Insurance Assurance Co. A series of
daughters: Albertha Osborne,
Gone but not forgotten. d Elvira Hill, Delores Sanders Week, May 914. The goal awards and citations will give

.... .,- Victoria Moss, wife Clara Rainey; a son, Gernord,; was announced by H. A. Gil- recognition to sales leaders.

OONAMUNDYWho James, Clarence, a sister, Sarah Armbruster; liam Sr., president of the The NI Week theme is carried

passed May 4, 1965. Janet and Sherry, children.IN Other relatives and friends. National Insurance Associa- out in a series of posters
Services will be held on Fri- tion, sponsor of NI Week. and wall streamers which will

l vv day, May 13 at 4 p.m. at St. Emphasis during the promotion be placed in 500 district and
James AME Church, Mr. Pratt is on the needs of every branch offices around the

CARD OF THANKS was a pioneer .Miamian and individual for the benefits that country. During NI Week all

lived here for more than 53 only life insurance can pro- agents will wear a button that

The family of the lateMRS. MEMORIAM years. vide.The bears the challenging motto:

a. theme and production "Security; who needs it?"
ELEANOR. In memory of a, "'k Mrs. Maple R. Johnson of,

THOMAS ALLEN MRS. VASSIE RICKS 7600 NW 14th Ct. died May 7.

who passed April 15, 1966 in who She is survived by five sons, Cittroln i
departed this .
life
Flint, Michigan, wishes to May C. M. Milo, Sylvester, Na- Imnrta1 Jark
15, 1963. (',
thank their friends and thaniel and Julius;three daugh-
neighbors for many their There's an open gate at the ters, Eleanor Thomas, Thelma You do Not have to own Grave Space In LINCOLN
prayers, end of the road Jackson and Minnie Lee Pinck- MEMORIAL
cards, flowers, words of sym- Through which each PARK, 3001 NW 46 ST. 'o bury loved
must go Ijr< ney; a sister Mrs. Leola Bald- ones. Just Tell funeral director
this
your is ish.
pathy and miscellaneous alone your r
MRS. IRENE NEWMANIn win; a brother, George Bald- It will be done.
kindnesses during their hour And there in a light we can- loving memory of our dear win; other relatives and GATES OPEN EVERY
of DAY INCLUDING
not HOLIDAYS
bereavement. see mother who departed this life friends. Services will be held
Special thanks to the mem- Our Father claims his own. A 2 mo. pre-need grave space sale now going on.
May 7, 1958. Friday, May 13 at 2 p.m. at
bers of Mt. sinai' Baptist She's gone but never will Grace Presbyterian Church.
N E 4.4197 E. Johnson
Mr. Norris Manager _
OX
1.9199
Ricks
husband
Church, Greater Shiloh Bap- be forgotten. May she rest in

tist Church of Flint, Michigan And Family peace. ,

Rev. P. W, Williams of yhnrnay heeel4r. .I
St. Luke Baptist Church, Mrs. Hazel C. Sanders, BAIN ;'ri
daughter
ministers and members of
churches in the Miami area, \Jr. Frank} Newman, sont"e AUGUSTER OLIVER ,"

the Cwest Club of Miami, and who passed April 19, 1966, "" .,. ? ',.

the Range Funeral Home for would like to thank the many',- '< .} l'"",
their very efficient services. CARD OF THANKSThe friends and neighbors for kind- ", "
I IJoi nesses shown them in their. t1 1. \
May God bless all of you.,
family of the late ri hour of bereavement. Special'''
.
: Cf.r\Jl; ,
The Allen and Thomas BERTHA GIBSON thanks to Bain's Funeral 'f i

Families who passed in Nassau Baha- *cV Home and Rev. J. B. Woodley'ror j''f : _.
: their kind and outstanding
mas April 11th would like to HA '
service. May God bless all of ,
I N MEMORIAMMrs. thank the many friends and you. l., \",--r THOUGHTFUL,

neighbors. for .kindness. shown The Olivers "_ IJ I. :..::.... nr..IT..Ir.olTT If'r.o".1'1
them in weir nour ot bereave- ,I "l ULl1.V .11r UL .,J.n V 1lir.J
Emma Louise Church k
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ment, for cards, letters, do
our mother who was released nations and their Our and
desire
prayers. ability to
from her 1
earthly task IN
on Mal '
May God bless each of '
10, 1965. Laid",to rest ,May 'you. ,i;:. ; carry out your wishes, toA
16, at Hallandale Cemetery. Mrs. Clara Newbold, sister :"'.
May God rest her soul. Mrs. Edna Calmer, sister Mf'AM : J gether with our experience,

Loved ones: Mrs. Henrietta McKenzie, : : mean a service that is

I Mrs. Cutler aunt '
Ruby
: conducted with beauty and C
Mrs. Thelma Annis
Mrs. Leona RobertsGrandchildren In loving of our dear mother ;L.U; rr; ; understanding to comfort.

and a host MRS. ANNIE
MAE
TWINE i'
of friends. :. L/
IN MEMORIAM Who departed this life, May 12, 1965 I :;

IN MEMORIAM In memory of We are born for a higher destiny than that of '-.S "MFather in Heaven, help
r
earth There Is a realm where the rainbow never w, ,, me never to forged Thy love
MR. ARTHUR VAL ROBERTSwho lades where the
stars will|! be spread out before
In loving memory of our died in New York City us like Islands that slumber on the ocean, and e it looks up to me in- the

dear borther May 1, 1963 interned at Fern- where the beings that pass before us like shadows, I. \ .beauty of the flower ." i
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will In ".. ,
stay our forever. _
presence
wood Hartsdale John Henry Jowett
I WILLIAM SIDNEY BETHELwho Cemetery, .

departed this life May New York. Harriett E. Hart, daughter .. Oscar L.
Rest on dear one. We love Juanita F. Range.
f 11, 1965. / Rosemond, daugSter a
you but God's will be done. Emmett A. Twine
but ,
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.. THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, Max 13, 1966 13

I Hastings Supporting NEWS FROMWASHINGTON Fla State Employment will
be at the Community Building
PARK Wed., Thurs., Fri., ,and Sat
High for Governor Homecoming day, will beheld For those who want help. To Be Equal \

stings,. candidate- for same time he brands himselfas at Oak Grove Baptist Summer program will begin <
Church Sunday, May 15 at 3
from Broward a 'progressive June 16. All children are '
House conserva- M. Jr
p.m. The public is invited. by Whitney Young
who polled more than tive.' Perhaps the following asked to come in and signup.
Sponsored by Mrs.
Mary Mc-
otes in the primary labels would be more appropriate Fadden. The White Rose .Ruby Castelow,supervisor.The Executive Director National Urban League s
today endorsed and : For Mr. High, a fair Spiritual Singers will be there.
d he would actively minded man of substance. For Rev. Solomon will deliver the. swimming pool will be BUSINESS' EXPANDING ROLE
for Robert King Mr. Burns, a race baiting sen- sermon. 1401 NE 152nd Terr. open for swimming Instructionwith The old stereotype of the businessman as a strait-
the governor's race. Mr. Willie Glenn in
seless opportunist, said
N.M.B. Rev. Henderson, laced fisted individual interested in -
pas- tight solely profits
I my ,opinion," said Hastings. charge. For further informa-
J, member of the law tor. tion call 947-7581, ext. 34. is giving way to the "new look" which is taking
[lien & Hastings of Ft. hold among lenlightened corporations. Many of the new
pile and a graduate of BTW BAND IN PARADE giants of industry are men who realize, that business
da A&M Law School, look the and of the
sad day in Florida The University of Miami's must beyond ledgers assure. some
when the governor'sould "Band of the Hour," two Dado aryv + responsibility for tackling and solving the social prob-
be used to sow County high school bands and lems facing the nation. They know, too, that such con-
lof racial discord." two of Miami's well known cern is good business and enlightened selfinterest.Sol .
Ing the few dayse drum and bugle corps will join
Linowitz, chairman of Xerox says that although
[ May 3 primary, the marching units in the big y 1tl t U.S-I rP MJ n + firms are still a business to make money, they are "not
I Armed Forces Day parade
(Burns) has repeated- up f
fed to Mayor High as Biscayne Boulevard at 8 p.m. 'y .f starting from the assumption of what's in it for me, they
'ultra-liberal'; at the May 20. .,Where"old?and !rieiedL,metl pEARL .y.' start from what's right for the nation." This makes
sense because a business can only mirror the economicand

EDWARDS, PROP. social health of the country, and helping to solve

)ignified SKIN some of these problems helps create the kind of climatein
DISEASES PHONE 759-8422 4400 N.W.1TH AVE. '
rofitable which business thrives.To .

Career Selling this end, some corporations have become invol-
A
new approach to treat
itual Funds meat and medication ed in operating Job Corps camps for the government. An.
IESBFUL men and based increasing number of them are participati ng in govern-
! n in tnort thli a Held year.makeor No and on laboratory specialisedblood ELECT ment-funded on-the-job training programs. Still others
We
|fence necMnart aid education in their local communities. California is
Inlv* yon the training I Also I
In thliitant I t.t1s. general practice.
fcrt to quality you
field All Inquire ROBERT G. using the resources of the aerospace industry to make
I strict confidence
[or in .Write for an apnent studies of social problems like juvenile delinquency.
.' Torelll Prtilrirntfcl DR. H. HAAG Surveys of the economic potential of underdevelopedlocalities
i Investment Corporation
|"yn' Blvd 75flM4 PL 1.1234Ifl'r DUVALState firms. are being made for the government by private


A recent study of 1,033 corporations made by the
National Industrial Conference Board indicates that

: Representative 815 of them have some kind of public affairs function.

(Pd.Pol.Adv.) These include contributions to community organizations.Nine .
now PLAYING of ten of these firms made ,such donations, 8 of

VEIN THEATRE 10 lent personnel and space, an d two-thirds encouraged
FIRST IN A FIELD OF 9 ON MAY I employees participated in community affairs.

first Miami Showing LET'S FINISH THE JOB ON MAY 24 That this trend is growing has been recognized by
1 ENDORSED BY the universities. Some major business schools have
instituted courses in public affairs and these graduatesand
*The Miami Now
SomethinG *Dad Federation of Labor the younger middle-management executives who
*Congreie of Senior Citizen will take the helm in the future will be still more perceptive -

HORRID I forEveryone I **North Dad County Dad Journal Police Benevolent An. to these new ideas.
will take their models like ThomasJ.
*Youth for Effective Government They as men
*Miami Beach Reporter Watson Jr. of the IBM and Edwin H. Lamb of Polaroid
*Voter & Taxpayers League of Miami & Dade County who served with me on the President's Commissionon
*Dad County Young Democratic Assn. fr-
The IndependentThe Technology, Automation and Economic Progress.
...when a pretty Dade County Citizen Committee They and other business leaders on this Commission
*Th. Democratic Club of Miami Beach joined in making a report which dealt with the impact
Florida Legislative Boards of Railroad Brotherhood
GHOUL trades in her
and consideration of
*Miami Beach Apartment An. of the new technology supported
the negative income tax which would set an income
bed sheet, for a BIKINI!
bra r Hand, Head and Heart for Dade floor below which no family could sink.
f this for the of
Unfortunately, concern problems
; poverty on the part of many top business leaders has

'HARRISEM1State completely filtered down to middle management and less

S progressive corporations. These people must become
q aware of the need for an enlightened approach to em-

_ Rep. Group 19 CountyWidePull ployment, housing and education if they want Negro
citizens to be self-sufficient producers and consumersof

goods and not consumers of their tax dollars in the
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form of relief. These businessmen must understand that

their insensivity to the problems of the Negro in the .

past is responsible for his poverty today, and they must
be mobbed to action.
With this unemployment rate twice that of whites,

and Negro family income only slightly more than half

LLIIItjjI that for white families, the Negro is not in a positionto
.AS LSywG t wait for businessmen to come around to realizingtheir
I responsibilities. Sometimes the government must
E ft. step in and point the way.
: THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THE That is what happened last month when the Newport I

t.: I I |1st PRIMARY. I HOPE YOU WILL GIVE News Shipping Company agreed to rectify segregationist I

011(1wk. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT ON MAY 24.I practices in its shipyard. The resulting agreementwith I

.. L the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a
I Federal agency, showed that government intervention
.PKTHECOLOIU PANAV1SION
II I II rould: accomplish.The I
1 r company agreed to promote many Negroes in
t, 1 I I
i t 1 lower paying jobs and,give raises to Negroes earning
I I :less than whites in comparable jobs. Training programs

1I will be set up to prepare Negro employees for better
jobs and priority lists of qualified Negroes who have I
_ aoR slfARlOFf I I Ii been passed over for promotions in the past will be

CO-FEATURED. .consulted: for future promotions. Other parts of the I
igreement insure equal treatment and opportunities for

ivijfiDOPE' all employees.This .
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11I righting of pass wron gs shouldn't be something
that is compelled. It is in business' own interest.

RALPH :The new enlightened leaders give cause for hope, but
I I continued: government action will be needed for some
ADAMS I
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ST JAMES AME
I" tlon In fh.'cvtr:ntw*.Vsls 12th AmiHal I Womais a
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I 'ujmyttj>tJ In our offlc. llie.ARNAII TO CELEBRATE' d

?? J no later than 7o'clock'| Monday 1A l.1n. '11'. iderlend
t1. lng. Publication oft some 2,000 lIJ le- Day at Aitiock MENDAY

t ,nowi 'rocolvod after that at eJSuiar: visitor( t kottha n.- "n-e men nr St. James with" rid

tint cannot bo guaranteed.. ual convention of the Epi&4o- .. Willie Scott ;; chairman and iris
:Diocese of South Florida The pastor chairman cochairman
pal Albert C. Smith as cochairman J infe

'r" and 'annual, _,meeting, of", the and members of the have already laid plans dit

.., .. .. ,-.-.-....... Episcopal j ,(Churchwomen of Antioch Baptist Church extend -
----- for the most glorious and biggest Tt)
: the Diocese,,.\9..b ,held in a cordial invitation to Men's Day in recent TEMPLE BAPTISTFuneral nidiOf

Miami Beach, May 12, 13, will worship with them Sunday, ,
'
i QH" I the:inert (Tyrrel'Deajv'! and the May 15 in observance of their' years.They have selcted for the services for the osrAY

i Rev. H. E. S. Reeves of the 12th Annual Woman's Day speaker of the morning the late Mrs. Susan Hepburn will e

I Church: of the Incarnation together ..... ",.."'. i I Rev. S. L. Gay pastor of Mt. be held this Saturday at 2 p.m.
She was a pioneer member and
with Thomas P. John [ Hermon AME Church of Opa- I
was Mother of the church for
son. locka. Rev. Gay is a well
These delegates I are the about 15 years. The body will
known minister and a productof
elected representatives of lie in repose at tho'church
St. James. from 9:30 Friday evening until D
Incarnation and'wi11 be re The evening worship will ill
funeral time.Mother's .
ponsibfe) for; consideration feature a musical program. The ual
of million' Day was fittingly
budget over one
have selcted their
men pastor, honored und
observed. Those were >
whetheror
dollars determining Rev. J. B. Blacknell as the .io hihe
will Mrs. J. Roker 84, oldest
not the diocese enter for this Nuf
speaker program.
into companion relationshipwith said. mother Mrs. Sarah Johnson '
of mother with the largest (85) SmitnO i
Jamaica
the Diocese
MRS. ALBERTHA BATTLE when St. James puts on af-
and in general determine the number of children grandchildren
Chairman fairs of this nature it is ad-
and greatgrandchildren 3 P-
of the Episcopal
program visable early because
to come
andCan
for ; Mrs. Martha Oquendo
Church in South Florida
k:1A seats will be at a
the coming year. Maebelle Andersonof New..Pro-" prem- with the largest number of
ium.
Also attending from Incarnation vidence Baptist Church will children present; Mrs. Catherine 1yn
Will the following members
will be Mrs. Louise be the evening speaker. Both for having the largest <

I Bradley and Mrs. Dorothy A speakers will speak on the please contact Mr. White number of children and grandchildren ea)
Bert
clerk Sunday morning or
Weaver.who will meet with the general theme "Women, With is present. Mrs. S
MRS LOUVENIA KNOX Episcopal Churchwomen which Our Responsibe in a Changing Cooper at night. Cooper for being the youngest mother [willocc
your captain: Zelma Jenkins "[
The 'women of Mt. Olivette meets at the same time and World. What Are We Walt Eddie Mae Range Glendma present.

Baptist Church cordially invite place as the conventi!on. 1- __ _. __ -d' For?" Edwards, Beodis Perkins, The men organized on er (
Attending the meeting in Won't the la- Sunday for the annual Men's conus
you to attend their 16th you support, Barbara Barnett and Queen
annual Woman's Day, Sunday. Miami, but not official delegates ANDERSONThe dies of Antioch in their effortto Smith. Day observance, with Stafford '

The speaker of the mom in a',; will be many other pa- make this a successful day? Bain as chairman; Deacon
committee has sparedno Alfred Dean, co-chairman; Ed YeIerir
wel-
is
will be Mrs. Louvenia Knox of ishoners. Everyone
BAPTIST
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. come to visit and especially pains in planning a very Mrs. Albertha Battle is WOMEN'SCOUNCIL Thompson treasurer and Morons -

Ouest soloist, Mrs. Valdez would be interested in the unique program for the day. chairman, Mrs. Rachel Pratt TO Lightbum secretary. en,

Murray of St. Agnes Church. opening service which will City Commissioner M.,and Mrs. Lillle Ross, co- Next week members and Em'

A musical program will be include well over 250 vested Athalie Range will speak at.chairman Rev. P. W. Woggins ORGANIZE r friends will celebrate the 36th

presented during the evening clergy. This service will be the morning worship and Mrs. 'pastpr. anniversary of the church and

service under the direction of at the Miami Beach Auditorium Announcement is now made pastor. Services sponsored by
that a Council the various auxiliaries will
embracing the
Mrs. Mary Bruno. Thursday night, May 12 '
Baptist women of Dade and begin every night at 8 o'clock. Na
This year we are looking at ? p.m. Also of special in- FRIENDSHIPRev. SECOND BAPTIST
Broward Counties will be organized with different pastors and (
forward to one of the biggest terest will be the Missionary
J. E. Jenkins pastor ANNIVERSARYMAY in the near future. their congregations in charge. The
in the
and best Woman's Day Rally Friday the 13th at the
Sis. Ruby Lee Carr reporter Women from the Atlantic Coast The public is invited. enc
history of the church. Come Deauville Hotel, where Bishop.
815 Seaboard and Florida East The King and Queen con- nigh
and worship with us. Vaughn of Jamaica will
Mrs. Zelma J. Ward is Sunday services were won- Coast Association will com- test and the Mother's Day da

preach. derful throughout the day with In observance of our second pose the organization. The program at 3 p.m. was quite a Sun
Mrs. Marion Arinah the 8th
chairman
Last Sunday at
women in charge. Deaconesses church anniversary many i ministers are being appraisedof success. Mrs. Dorothy Moss I but
co-chairman Rev. I. C. Mick- annual Mother's Day Fellow
planned a short program interesting activities have I' this movement which will do was crowned queen and Dea- ebli

ins, pastor. ship Hour, Mrs. Beatrice before our pastor delivered a been planned. The public is an effective job for foreign and .con George Hepburn king for

Robinson (Mother B) was most powerful semom. Wednesday invited to all programs. The 'home mission. The kdate';and I reporting the largest amountof i rec

SALTERS CHAPELA honored as the Outstanding May 11 our young schedule of activities is as :I place will be announced. Mrs.I money. Other contestants I Da>

Mother of the Year. women with Sis. Julan Whiteas follows :Susie C. Holley president of Mrs. Esther Campbell, Mrs. Am
beautiful Woman's Day
This Sunday to celebratethe president will begin celebrating Sunday, May 8, 8:30 Mis- ''the Baptist Women's State 'I Matilda Hall and Leonard

program was held Sunday Rogation Days, there will their anniversary witha sionary Society Rev. Sands I Convention of Florida will be :Duncanson are to be congratulated LitJ

morning by the young people be an outdoor procession musical program and on speaker. present and also other leading 1 for the part they playedin
with Mrs. Annie Lee Ounter service
during the 11 a.m. Sunday. Rev. Oscar West and Monday, May 'women in the
in charge. Solos and duets include blessing 9, 8 p.m., denomination. making the success pos-
which will a
congregation will have charge Deacon Board Rev. 0. R. sible. Miss Edwin Lord, as-
were sung speeches were of the new hedge that has of services at 3 p.m.when this Ferguson, speaker. ZION HILL sistant superintendent of the
made and instruments
were been planted on each side of
anniversary will end. A cor- Tuesday, May 10, 8 p.m., Sunday School, and Mrs,
all in honor of mother.
played the
,
church beautify
the to
Zion Hill will celebrate its
dial invitation is extended to Pastor's Aid, Rev. H. W. Fay- Audrey Thompson were in
A' corsage was given to the property. son, speaker. Seventh Annual Woman's Day charge. Mrs. Robertha Jacksonwas

oldest mother, Mrs. Rosa Sunday afternoon Father all.We extend congratulationsto Wednesday, May H, Chorus Sunday The morning speakeris M. C. for the occasion. >x
Johnson by the junior church. will the Dade
at
Dear speak
Musical Mrs. C. Sheffield.
our pastor and wife on the Program. The young people presented
Mrs. Lois Jackson and Mrs. Children's Home in
honored County arrival of a baby girl May 5. Thursday May 12, 8 p.m., an inspiring program.FELLOWSHIP:
Ruth TwillS were Kendall as part of the Algonquin -
Also to Bro. and Sis. Bobby Ushers, Rev. B. Bradley, .
with a dinner at the home of Club's Annual Visitation.
Baldwin on the arrival of a speaker. yi
Mrs. Emily Benson, Hallan- Last Saturday he 'participated baby boy. iz .Y
riday, Family Night Ban- G
in the annual Mental Health .
dale.A On J other's Day we presented .
district meeting will be Forum" as moderator of one of quet.Sunday d, Sk
flowers to the first 11 a.m., Youth Activity By R. J. McOhaney
held next Saturday, May 14 at tha p'anels.The .
Palm lady of the church. Since she' 3 p.m., Rev. W. E. ? For that he ought to say,
Payne Chapel West last Saturday
Beach. The Junior Mission- began teenagers their activities ,'was unable to be present her :i Sims, speaker. ..M if the Lord will, we shall live,

mother-in-law, Sis. Jessie and do this that. James
aries and the YPDers all are after several months of inactivity Yy or
Jenkins stood in for her.
urged to attend. We are still 1 by attending a beach flowers GRACE 4:15.There
Aso were presentedto
looking forward to our Men's Park"+along is no room for doubts
party at Crandon Sisters Lula Smith and Min- PRESBYTERIANWe s
Day the fifth'' Sunday in May,,. with all the other Episcopal nie Teaaly also Sis Teaslywas and fears in our lives, if we

Next Sunday a pew rally Churches of Dade County. Fun unable to be present. Sis., are happy to welcomethe have faith enough to leave all f

will be held for the men day was had byall and they now Ossie Hammond stood for her. Trinity Presbyterian and everything in the hand of

program. Come and bring your look forward to a social evening One of our parishioners, Church of Key West, Rev. God. But that is the time that

friends, also pies will be on I at the new vicarage this Sister Julia Mae Carr Drake Cronin, pastor this' Sunday we feel, far away from God.

sale at the church'each Saturday Sunday.St. will be leaving for Henderson- morning. They will be arriving .. But that is the time we should

evening. Theresa's Chapter of villeN. C. for several months. about nine or ten o'clock and --- --- draw close to Him for he is

Sis. Hattie McClowers and the Episcopal Churchwomen we will worship MRS. C. SHEFFIELDThe
She is asking the prayers of together at never far away from us. All

Bro. Arthur Thorpe are stillon will meet this Sunday afternoon the church. Our sympathy i is 11 a.m. We will have our Sunday evening speaker isMrs. we have to do is let His will

the sick list. Bro. Thorpeis at the old vicarage.CHURCHESOF extended to Sis. Camilla meal at the James E. I M. Perkins. Both of be done in every walk of life,

feeling better. Mrs. Georgia Lewis and family and Bro. J. Scott Community auditorium on 1 these women are very well For he is presetn. We may feel

Lee Jones hurried to New C. Wright, Sis. Elflita. and 14th Ave. and fellowship until 1 known for their work for Christ fear from Hint, but He is always -

Yak to be with her daughter Jessie Mae Lewis in the loss 5 p.m.Surely this will be one i iof and you are invited to hear close all of
who is ill. We wish her CHRIST very to us.
a the these excellent
of their loved ones. We are so highlights of the year. < speakers.
speedy Mrs. Beatrice 'Service will be held So until a ;ater date, ifQad's
recovery. SCIENTIST"Mortals elated over our many visitors. And again we say, welcome! at Floral
I Esau'is improving at Come to church, have your Park Elementary School, 5120 will. thanks and my
home in Opa-locka. and Immortals" faith lifted. 1 NW 24th Ave. prayers for all of you.

will be the subject at Chris- MT. CALVARYRev.

tian Science church services .

this Sunday. Related passages Samuel Atchison, pastor I
ST. BARNABAS W.M. f
from the Bible and the Chris- ST. LUKE AME "Help Wanted"TYPING j-

Rev. H. Demeritte, pastor tian Science textbook will be 5932 NW 17th Avenue The No. One Choir will

Rowena Richardson, reporter read. :Included in the Lessor Rev, W. A. Curry pastor ,celebrate its anniversary Various choirs on GENERAL OFFICE, CLERICAL
Sunday, 3 p.m.
Sermon will be Jesus' state-
Mother's Day services were ment to Nicodemus. That |Mrs. Martha Holmes, reporter of the city will be appearing Desire to learn PRINTING

highly enj oyed, also the' won which is born of the flesh Services begins Sunday :on the program. An invitationis "MUST BE BORN AGAIN CHRISTIAN

4erful program. The young is flesh; and that which is 'with the Sunday School. At : extended to everyone. !

boys and girls expressed born of the Spirit is spirit. 'the 11 a.m. worship the pas- We are currently holding

their love for their mothers. Manuel not that I said 'unto i tor will bring the message.At worship service at the Masonic .. MERCER
The pastor asks every mem- Temple 1741 NW 3rd Ave. .
"
thee ye must be born again. the 7 pm. service Rev. t ,
ber to be at the church Sudnay -
Our Reading Room is open to !Sister Henrietta will bring the
at 9 a.m. also bring some the public Monday-Friday 1-3 message. Church &
friends. The bus will be leavIng '. ZION HOPERev. Supply Printing
at 9:30 for Dania to visit p.m. Wednesday 6 to 7:45 P.m. The fourth Sunday in JuneSt. P. Freeman, pastor

',' .Rev. Evans' church. Pleasebe Here you may study, borrow or Luke will crown the winner Sis. E. Jackson, reporter "Everything' For The
Richardson purchase the Bible and all of the "Miss St. Luke" Church"
on time. Rev.
asks every member to do their authorized Christian Science
best;to make our Men's Day literature. Services are held 1 Frances Revels and Estella i members and well wishers to St.MiamiJFla

program a big success. Remember 'Wednesday 8 p.m. and Sunday 1 Brinson. Friends are always 'meet him at Day Spring Bap-

the sick. shut ins and 11 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. i welcome to worship at St. 'tist Church on Friday at 8 t'Phone 635-7913 4-
.
I the bereaved families. ,!in the annex. All are welcome.. 'Luke.: -. .. I p.m.A I
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 13, .1966 15

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A full schedule of buait years accumulated church choirs of five /C Sr'"plob: Its L pN s fl .

meetings, an appearance matters and churchsponsored On the
business. Also Sunday morning
to
colleges, on hand to Tlr.. tt atwaod! ?+ 't"
leader prominent provide *rt1a f,>"
[ church choirs .
a be decided, is selection of the of Lane College, of
address by NAACP a session with vocal I' Y dlwwljhltl( rt1+1 1 A thl s br ih r
j en complete slate of church offices inspiration. Jackson, Tenn., Miles Col-
der Roy Wilkins head the and a new bishoo fo fthe Wilkins lege of Birmingham, Ala., OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
iil iil'JI perhaps the
for the fianl week of conference's -
ends 150,000 member world Mississippi Industrial Collegeof STREET 634-3851
sessions of the 26th organ most noted guest, 2941 N.W. 47TH
cUl Methodist Episcopal ization. flew to Miami from New Yorkto Holly Springs, Miss., Paine
Iristim College of Augusta, Oa., and JAMAICA DUGIE
at Bayfront Park The conference is speak to the assembly at
nference being attended Texas College of Tyler, Tex., Always o friend
ditori urn. by more than 2,500 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, and will combine for a concert SSSEStr
JThe quadrennial meeting, delegates and visitors from Charles C. Parlin, an official performance.
ich got underway May 4 and all parts of the globe-some of the World Council of -

loses May 15, i is expected toe coming from as far as Ghana Churches, also of New York The Rev. E. P. Murchisonof
WORSHIP WITH YOUR FAMILY THIS.SUNDAY
the completion of four and Nigcrla-along with the will address the gathering at Birmingham is host bishop
11rt. its Friday morning session. for the conferenve.

.

toor [OMAN'S DAY AT ANNOUNCEMENTThe FIRST

11II (AY SPRINGDay monthly Union of UN e The pastor BAPTIST and members WE SHIP AMP PACK FREE- TO THE BAHAMAS

Spring M. B. Churchill Ushers' Federation Associat.- wish to thank Rev. H. E. MOo FOR ONLY
celebrate its Third An- ion will be held Sunday, Jul:;V Cray of Albany, Oat for his all. yp yfl3
25 at
3 It
p.m. will be hell a;
lytt Jual Woman's Day the fourth 1 I at New Bethany M.B. Church, during inspiring message delivered
Sunday
jiday in May. We are honored: 268 N.W. 48th St. The Ushers, The Male Chorus night worship.
is invited 1
o have as guest speaker for Mass Meeting will be held Fri i- to worship with

1, e morning Mother Bessie day, July 23, at 8 p.m. Al 1 Baptist Church, Day Spring
I) ith of Greater New Betheln ushers are invited to attend,.15 Sunday, Mays

| Opa-locka. Our speaker for A very unique and elaborate You are also invited toof any

p.m. Sister Thelma Howardd program has been planned f : come and worship wrath us

.I..f the evening speaker Sisteriie your enjoyment. during our regular Sunday r
.. _- Gallupton. Please come!You are mosl t worship. TERMS
cordially invited. EASY
If you miss hearing these

Itr _ynamic speakers you will Deacon Edwin Ramsey,,; NEW MACEDONIA
eally miss a tretat. president; Willie Beard, re
porter, Rev. F.L. Carter, pas. 3165 NW 65th Street
Sunday, May 15, memberswill
Rev. Roscoe Jackson
have pre-Woman's Day tor. pastor T t i
Willie J. Beard, reporter Y
occasion. We are inviting
..
l eryone of our friends s to NURSES AT MT. Services on Mother's Day a 'I
i 1 come and share the day withus
| ZION SUNDAYThe were high and the pastor
all day Sunday.
both choirs and Usher Board
I The chairman is Willie Mae Nu Chapter of Chi Eta 1 No. Two were in charge. The
Yearbyk co-chairmen are Catherine -. Phi Sorority will worship a 1 .-
pastor's text taken
was from .
Morris and Minnie Walker Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Sunday ; l ,
Proverbs
31:21. Tonight Fits : :
I Rev. W. M. Slater pastor; at 11 pclock. The I day) the pastor is asking all '* : wd

I I Emory B. King, reporter. and members are asked to' that can to accompany him ton

come together and worship i New Provid ece.MT. ,
observance of Nationa Nurses wq'r.t .

MT. ZION AME Week. CARMEL BAPTISTs
I Rev. Edward T. Grahair:

Naomijean Charles, reporter is pastor and Miss Grace Higg: Sister Louise McOriff, reporter !"! GORGEOUS
Greetings from Mt. Zion is basileus. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor ; LIVING'
The second quarterly conference WITH DELUXE ROOM

was well attended Friday BETHLEHEM BAPTISTRev. As we know Sunday was the w; ?' ,i.. 1 : Gerg.ous 2.P e. .eoa SUITEI, ,

night and all boards and 0. West, Lord's Day, but it was set .A y.z a"II"lIIf'ceil torm '''ire with II". .
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pastor ,,, ,. CO""rvet' .
.classes reported round. The Gloria L. Howard, reporter aside for Mother and the white ? s," _;.: w"r 2 10'0''' 'lab''..'cocktail"r'''''2 tI"If"8 /1ft m,."
Sunday School was a bit off, and red roses show that our : ;i: and 2 pillow,.CllolC.0' lobI., $
but was well reviewed by our Our pastor gave two soul- mothers were remembered. We color r.f J 1900
able Presiding Elder Roberts
stirring messages Sunday. We had a wonderful time Sunday :=: .
The two oldest' mothers congratulate Mrs. Mattie Graham morning. The Nos. one and ." I I +:fl%-.co -

received corsages on Mother's for being the oldest mother two choirs looked wonderful in ,H' .

Anderson Day. They and were Mrs.Mrs.Narcissis Hester present on Mother's Day pro their white summer robes. Our L E'! : i I"ji j j liI' .__

gram. Let us not forget the pastor delivered a wonderful (\ :
Little. sick and shutins. choir .
The of I'
sermon. sang out "
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BISCAYNE REALTY INC
NEWS 'REALTY Inc.THE Swim, Fish and Sail year round ,

$450 DOWN FHA $81 MONTHLY BROKER


BROKER THAT WORKS FOR YOU 1101 NW 81 STREET WATERFRONT
1094 NW 54th St
4740 NW 7AVE PL 40655Open Pool-screened patio.Exquisite! 3bedroom,2 bath,
most modern mitchen with built-in refrigerator,
( Sunday) freezer, oven and range. Central ducts and hi-fi PL 43589OPEN
system. Coll for appointment to I inspect.
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u.twi. '2Y: bath, built-in oven, range and bar, oak floors,
)1 }'HI rii' ,. f t ,."J'i'" large 'tile "patio porch. garage, tile roof, terraced.
lot. Across street from school..'Good terms. OUR 'ClASSIFIED ADS ,q ,
_t'' f :.. OPEN HOUSE r' *
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4 Near Shell's Excellent Investment
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( City -
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ANgJJBp .. ; '
I. i'ft : : 't" ; 'W ."i;.' "-if' I 134 NW 15 STREET K: &. L Specials: .
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: Brand New Gorgeous $400 DOWN FHA

,jMjedroon: :;; bath',homes() ,. :Big FlqVoom i Y owe'ri'1!,: Solid CBS, cedar closet, oak floors, garage, OPEN, i TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY
total.
(1 sprinkler $12,000
system
:d l'/ .nge. /tU f i Je j roof.": ik'ft"1 f' : k" ; .
:' \ i> : .: '
'
Q .
If' 4 ; j \
,Open' .S nat'l- P.M. '..'" Realtor "Bargain Priced"
"fA ,, ; Chas. S. Fontana
.: :
,
o'f ,:,, )" I ./ .: .. 1180 NW 91 STREET

1" ,FORD"iEALTY,INC. Broker 6016 NW 7 AVE. 7517511KING $400 $12,500 TOTAL PRICE

s [3639 N.W'. :: 15lh,Av.,nu..' ,, .:.635-4595 .j Many Beautiful desirable 2 bedroom extras CBS included.with lovely Walk to Fla shopping room.

..... .. .......... ..,.. schools and transportation.
SIZE BUYSFROM


$100( DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS 1210 NW 86 STREET
+ n ; 1$ $350 DOWN $13,000 TOTAL PRICE

Best luysjH: ,TownALL 8801 NW 16 AVENUE Tremendous value, 3 bedroom, CBS, air condi-
tioner, awnings and other extras.
CBS BEAUTIES: NO CLOSING COSTS Pool home, 3 bedroom, large Fla room, tile roof,
windows all Mica kitchen, dishwasher
awning 8130 NW 15 AVENUE
3 BEDROOM, FLA',ROOM. Enclosed porch, din- stove, garage, sprinkler system, Bar-BQue and
ing room, air cond. appliances, potion, $350 down. patio. Only'$14,500. '. $400 DOWN $15.61 MONTH
: 2 bedroom, Fla room, large
carport, near schools,
2 BEDROOM, CARPORT. Dining room, utility. 1451 NW 88 STREET shopping and all transportation.
,room, appliances. Lovely area. Only,,$300..d.own. '
2 bedroom, screened porch, carport. $12,500.
'
'$300 DOWN.. ''S17'' MO. '3 bedroom, front 'porcn,
1540 NW\ 58 STREET
utility room, city water, county, tax. Fabulous
Large 2 bedroom, awnings, fenced, stove, refrigerator
I NO. QUALIFYING. 3'' bedroom, 2 ,bath, rarpbitt Only'$11,000. $450 DOWN
central heo.t'arr rs"4Ond. Reasonable down ;) 1 inent..! .
f 1410 NW 88 STREET Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS with loads of

DUPLEX IN LOVELY AREA. 1 bedroom, 1 f 2 bedroom, Flo room, stove, refrigerator, carpeting closet space, Fla room, garage, fence rear and
bath, 'each "sldei' appliances Carport each. side, drapes air conditioners, garage, sprinkler beautiful I patio.Extra .
$300 down.r$16'moath.: system $13,000.

INCOME CORNER houses on 2, lots. :2 bedrooms 8800 NW 14 AVENUE 'Waterfront' ValuesLOVELY
Fla, room.. ,You must see these, beauties to
believe.NO Corner, 2 bedroom, Fla room, stove refrigerator,
to
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOMES WITH
$13,000.
garage. BUILT IN FEATURES. EXTRAS GALORE.
QUALIFYING. $850 down. 2 bedroom, fla
RIGHT
2330 NW 91 I STREET PRICED GOOD TERMS
,room, huge garage, carport. $8,500 total.
WE HAVE MANY OTHERS 2 bedroom, refrigerator, stove, carport, only 1001 NW 81 STREET

ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES 10,600. 1021 NW 87 STREET

FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONSTRIAITY OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK

.."'. VA & FHA RESALES ALSO 1315 NW 88 STREET
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HELP WANTED ,.. .._. """ ''
ADS 1AII' "" '"" """ ,,,1" '-'' 'If:. "' : ..
CAREER OPPORTUNITY '\ J.'I': ',' '" ./'." "

Large national organization, a Ad ;

RFC. : : IS1WKB" *+OI MLESSTs1:25SC I : ; FOR 'ADDITIONAL WORD.,' leader in employment its field as opportunity an excellent -- .JJ.I.L. tl .JY'.Q.

DEAWLII4EIFOflCL ASSIFIED ADS.WEDNESDAY' NDONY for young college graduates.

These positions offer a good I SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 4"

starting salary and an out-
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT standing employee benefit'' Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tilt roof, terrazzo

program. If you are a college floors, appliances, air conditioner, wall to wall
Direct From Owner 1270 NW 86 Street. 3 bedrooms Nice 2 bedroom duplex apt. graduate between the. ages of carpeting. $1,000 wltk $300 down and $66 month.
Move right in CBS beauty, air conditioner, stove, refrigerator, furn. One 22-32 married and looking for
See: 168 NW 47th St. awnings. $350 down. Small child only. For Informationcall a chance to demonstrate your

IBS, 2 bedroom, porch, car- month. Call Kaiser & Lee, NE 4-0434. 3026 NW 52nd abilities, send resume of your SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
U oak floors, large rooms. Realtor, 105 NE 79th St. PL St. background to Personnel
1500 down. $73 month. 758- 7-4588. --- Manager, PO Box 9028 Ft. f Like new 2 bedroom, CBS, in Bunche Park. Large t
2 bedroom apt. Nice location. Lauderdale, Fla. Local interviews -
1749. -- fenced yard, awnings, awning wilidow s.llIlIanlat.
Refs. &
Fabulous deposit. 691-0789. will be arranged. I Priced with dewn and
NW 15th Ave. $400 down.' only $8,500 $300 $50 mo.
|130 15.67 month. 2 bedroom, $450 down. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 bedroom efficiency, fum. Young lady will keep babies
We Fla room can be used as\ CBS, loads of closet space lights paid, a tank of gas. under two at my home. Call I SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
large car- Fla room, garage, fenced $22.50 a week.
Ed bedroom plus No children. 754-7147.
Beautiful new extra rear, beautiful patio. Price 2258 NW 58th St. Modern CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, fully

large)rt. appliances,near schools right. This is a must to see. Female telephone solicitorsto fenced corner. Bargain at $9,800 with $300 down

hopping and all transport Call Kaiser & Lee, Realtors, 1558 NW 49th St. 1 bedroom, work from your home, good and $57.89 month. Owner will make liketnew
atim. Call Kaiser & Lee,, 105 NE 79th st. PL 7-4588. unfurn. cottage. Freshly opportunity. Call Rims Donna '
105 NE 79th St.pL painted. Immediate occupancy. 9454526. f
ealtors.7-4588. 3 BedroomNo Key next door. Mrs. Colemanor NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
call HI 8-2824 evenings Part-time canvas to work with
qualifying
total
price 444-6126. Modern frame home on NW 46th St. near 17th Ave.
Owner Sells DirectSee only $13,000 for this lovely closer. Sarlary and commis-
545 NW 47th Street modern CBS home built-in sion. Call Prima Donna at Enclosed front porch, carport, air conditioner,
1 bedroom, living room, large month all. No red
PL 8-8749 stove, formica cabinets. Drive kitchen 945-4526. appliances. $85 pays tape.
tub bath
furnished.
,
lugh CBS, 3 bedroom, large by 935 NW 84th
oak floors, qt. Them call $19 week. 4017 NW 23rd Ave. Ironing in my home, bundlesor
ch, garage' me. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor,73l 888-6643. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
down. $84 piece. 754-8891.
$700 per
arport.nonth.Lot. 2243. Have-- ----- Beautiful' CBS home on nicely landscaped 90x125 lot.

a large master room in a Fla room, carport, tile roof, jalousie windows, air
Between 53rd and 54th $12,500 Furnished private home for a couple a CAB DRIVERS. APPLY conditioned. Wonderful buy at $12,500 with $300 down
Society Cab office 269 NW
Streets on 25th Ave. 75x129. Furn. completely no cost to single. Liberty City area. and $76 month.
Call FR 33007. you. Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, PL 8-8128. 21st St.Barber
beautiful lake area. Only $350 -- SELLER PAYS
--- bed 1/2 CLOSING COSTS
Furn. .
electricity. wanted
From owner down.Veterans $100 down- apt. at Roy's
Near Buy Allapattah School see it,. this home is spotlessand Adults only. 775 NW 69th St. Barber Shop, 6349 NW 7trT Like new 3 bedroom CBS, extra large, carport, jalou

929 NW 49th Street really a charmer. Total Ave. Phone 751-9112. windows, large fenced yard. Price only $10,500. $350
I CBS, 2 bedroom, porch, ga- payment includes everything 2 bedroom, modern frame Indf down and $63 month.
house.
$90 mo. 1930 NW 86
Irage, large rooms, best area. $87 mo. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor,
I$600 down. $82 month. Move Realtor, call anytime 751- Ter.691-1503.Keynext door west or call Kindergarten worker, preferably SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

I right in. 2243. someone who drives Beautiful 3 bedroom waterfront
---- home, tile roof,
---- Room, hot and cold water at standard shift and plays piano garage, large sliding door closets, awnings win-
Why Pay Rent? Huge Fla Room all times. Near bus stop. Call 691-7796 for information
I If you can paint, you can No qualify, your lucky day. 3 Phone 691-7034. A.M. up to indf. dows, 2 air conditioners, appliances, Fla room,
I have this house for $350 down bedroom, CBS, full dining 8:30.: P.M. from 9:30 on. can be lovely fourth bedroom, price is $15,500with
land $85 month pays all. Furniture room, beautiful panelled bed- ----- $500 down and $93 month. Many extras.

and appliance, drive to room, and Fla room, carpet Room for nice working lady
3307 NW 171 Terrace. Phone living room, dining room, lady in private home, privi FOR SALE WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES

621-0518. completely' fenced, utility leges.' Onus and jitney VETERANS OR DISPLACED FAMILIES-$100 DOWN

---7025---NW 28th- Avenue room. Drive by 825 NW 84th line. 634-6310. New 2 bedroom dream WE HAVE SEVERAL "ALL CASH" BARGAINSI!

Owner Sells Direct St. Total price only $13,950 -Furn. room-for young lady. homes in beautiful Rain- We have keys and lists of all FHA and VA hones In
only down.
I Like new 3 bedroom, 1V4 bath, Kori, $1,500 Realtor, call A.anytime Ben- complete use of house. Call bow Park, Opa-locka. New Liberty Diy, Carol City, North Miami Beach, I

CBS, huge kitchen, separate 7512243. NE 3-6882 after 6 p.m. Low down payment. $14 etc. You don't have to be a veteran to buy at $100
dining room, carport, $900 month.
--- a For information: down.
down. $90 month. 758-8749. ---- Downtown area. 1 bedroom
--- FHA $300 furn., all utilities. $17. Call CALL 2, 3, and 4 bedroom CBS homes Like New!

$700 down. Swim, boat, fishin Could be a 3 bedroom, extra Mickins Rental Agency, NE 751-9786
your own backyard. 2 bed room is a den. Fullycarpeted, 4-0500.
rooms. For sale by owner. this is a beauty. So perfect. TREISTER & TREISTER Life Realty Broker
PL 4-0246. Only $11,300 total price and Room, in nice home near If'
---- $85 month pays all. Veterans shopping center. 691-6432.
1904 NW 90th Street only $200 down. call me on ---- 4932 NW 7th Ave PL 9-4371
Owner Must Sell this and you will see it and Nice large CBS, 2 bedroom

CBS, doll house, beautiful buy it. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, house. $30. Liberty Rental Open 7 Days Per Week Evenings ToolEDISON '
I ground, 2 large bedrooms, Call anytime 751-2243. Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St. Call
I utility room. $600 down. $77 633-7809. JLru
-
lino. No red tape, move right 2 bedroom CBS, double garage ''
| in. Call owner 758-8749. costs.I I Nice 1 bedroom cottage, bath,
sold at FHA. No closing
ftC
kitchen intelligent only.
large ,
'
Painted in and out. Drive by i r&v <*h'H *
CBS 2161 NW 58th St. lTd p ;ojni <' 'sr'eYtii ;'
12 bedroom, 1 bath home, then call Fenster Realty, 9r'' .ilwt; 'a' iilvit 1eC41MN1Ft
I carport, $1500 down. Take broker, PL 98779. \Efficiency for one person only. ( SpecialsOPEN
over payments (FHA) PhoneWI ----- Front ground floor entrance.
| 5-0498 No qualifying. 2 bedroom, ,$10 week plus utilities.
painted in and out. Small 754-2605.

Opa-locka down payment. 1034 NW 51 St. .---- AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
See 1762 NW 152nd StreetNo and also 2 bedroom plus efficiency ]Nice 1 bedroom house. $16. r c Yr -
waiting, move right in. at 1773 NW 45th St. 1 Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 t
Lovely CBS, fenced awnings. Drive by then call Fenster 1 NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. 365 NW 39 STREET

l 500 down. $74 mo. Call owner. ]Realty, broker, PL 9-8779. <-
If
758-8749. 1732 NW 43rd St. Duplex, rear you want large rooms, then you'll like this, CBS,

----- Genie homes now for I apt. 1 bedroom, fum. $20 2 bedroom, nice Fla room, tile roof, dining room, car-
$2500 Below FHA New bedroom 2 bath, weekly. Adults, no pets. FR port. Also very nice cottage for income with separate
sale!! 3 ,
Owner Must Sell with We have 3-3175. water and electric n__n..ter.... LAW down r-/ r.........*. .*.... .rtli.".
some garages.
bedroom, CBS, large porch, Only $13,500 total. No
pak floors the beautiful plans in office. Nice large house, $27, PAN AMERICAN closing cost.
was $10,500, now
ply 8000. Need at least Call for appointment. Fenster I Liberty Rental Agency, ,,2020 WORLD AIRWAYSThe 130 NW 49 STREETCBS
f 3,000 cash. See 339 NW 39th Realty, Broker, PL 98779. I NW 62 St. Call 633-7809.
bedroom
3
screened
t. 7588749. Call porch, carport, fenced
owner.
BURLANG EMPLOYMENT World's MostExperltnced yard, terrazzo floors, excellent location, FHA terms.

339 NW 39th Street BE A BEAUTI ClAN AGENCY Airline ALSO SEE US FOR'mESE
209 NW 43rd Street 5615 NW 7th AVENUE NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES

Ill 2050 CBS low NW 96th down Street payment. Earn while you learn. Day 757-7674 1. $73,32 a month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, 2

Owner must sell. Call 758- and night class, 2221 Holly- All domestic and commercIal bedroom fenced yard, $250 down, FHA, no closing
749. wood Blvd. WA 21173. indf. cost. What a buy!

fobs locally on To Fly All 2. CBS, duplex. $400 down. FhA. No closing costs.

FOR SALE well as higher paying |jobs Six Continents $12,500 total.

Garage Sale In New York or Connecti
awn tools, dresses, shoes, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO MUST b. single. Age 21 thru 3. Lovely neighborhood, no qualifying. FHA Mortgage ./'
r-"' d shirts, pants, shoes. CHURCH SUNDAY cut.TRANSPORTATION 26: height 5'3" to 5'8r. already placed. Nice CBS home. with Fla'room and
aturday and Sunday. 1834 Weight 105 to 135 pounds. dining room. 110x75 corner lot with fenced rear
ADVANCED Good health. Good vision.
ickell Avenue I Mutt be High School graduate yard & patio and sprinkler system. $1700 Down.

---- (two ,eari.of college 4. Very clean 2 bedroom partly furn. home. New roof.
South
Miami of
6601 SW 62 Ct. Jeslred). Knowledge a
$9,000 total. $200 down. .. :, I' foreIgn: language. Off NW 2 Ave., in 50's. Only $6500 or cash.,
Freshly painted Big 100'xl25 .:AI "JH11,1 !
Owner L .,/ ::.. : Receive $301.50 per month 5. CBS, tile roof, Fla fenced
fot. : 3733304.Private room, dining room
... I'll f.". I,, ... ''f. .,,' ,'r ,.." -. while training. After 1 year,, I yard, 2 reverse cycle conditioners. ;
home. .,... 'Yirr.; \ ";!i'...:.,iff!''y'." \ .;"'fIf.r:l ; : !'\"},' J,.. $425( per month plus addItIonal hood. Lovely neigh
: down.
Treasure ; .'' "'; ', ZL.f"; 'IAi: : 1 compensations. 3C $300 FHA. $76.30 month. No closing
:
Island on the bay. Three bed- 1'\:. .;:, 1"H\ 1 Y f.; days paid vacation pe' costs.

loom, good terms, brokers in- ..M; '82v'hf52.Sti'EET' :ofy i year. 6. CBS, furnished duplex. No qualifying. $2500 can
ited. Ph. 633-6333 M14 will handle.

autiful2 bedroom CB5'!home on'" omef !toaroge MIAMI INTERVIEWS
caner moving out of town!! ; /! Tuesday, May 17For
YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES
fust be sold this week! bed- Screened pordt. Tilejooffenc 4aoround.4
2
: I Interview Appointment
!
t f FOR $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
m,
plus garage, hardwood It< :.Y""X44 i". 1't\ ,.' rL "t6 I CALL PAN AM 637-2778 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
nice lot. Near _
Joors large '
'
chools and shopping. sold at I :: ? <: :r' ,: .1.11"JQQ Or apply at Florida Stat ..1
[HA. Seller pays closing { Employment Office, 20 SE EDISON REALTY Realtors
3sts. Come out Sunday. Open ; 1'Y. : .d39'tf.W 1st Avenue, Miami. ,
: .
6 P.m. to 525 NW 49th St. ..
d our salesman will show r166'kI'r An EqualOpportunIty 175 N.W. 62nd St 751.24411LASSIFIED

.u around. Fenster Realty, Employer
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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 13, 1966


r a ,' '. Q i Northwestern To Join

I
.teen's '
,
;
'I ; : v


; potpourria'ByBst ,.y' White Conference :

.. ). 1 ; :'1:
;:: I: :' Principal Samuel Q they were members ot the

}, lills6a"E:Deali Cohen of Northwestern High FHSAA, then they could
fj School will meet this month apply for membership in the
., ":'.;f.r., !'l""'mf: ,'.l'('I\\.':, ,.....I> ''', x\\\J'1I''\, \\ !. \\\,j.q i: with Floyd Lay executive conference at our annual

\ I" .t' ', :..'\. secretary of the Florida High September meeting. This

What are your most important words? Let's hope I School Activities Association would enable them to parti-
to discuss membership cipate in the football scheduling -
they are kind'and pleasant words, those that you will
for his school in the FH SM for 1967 at our Decem-
be able to be proud to say at all times and words that ber meeting.,
it was learned this week.
::you will be proud to let others hear you speak. s nf The GCC executive secretary -
"I hope to meet with Mr.
Whatever must words. Sometimeswe '' would not comment on
we say, we use Lay in Gainesville or
the of North west-
use small words and other times big words. How wherever hewishes to discussthe prospects
ern being accepted by the
ever, the main thing is to give our listeners a clear matter" Cohen said. league saying it would bea

picture of what we are saying and enjoy listening to us I. His major concern was matter for the screening
whether not his school
or
I.I
I committee of the conferenceto
The words we use can determine several things,I would be able to arrange consider.

These words can easily hurt someone's feelings or,1I games with other FH SAA Fort Lauderdale Nova
1 A
cheer some ne on his gloomy day. Persons who con- members, predominantly Fort Lauderdale Plantationand
white after membership is Dillard are expected to
stantly say things to hurt others are not thoughtfuland granted, the Northwestern apply for GCC membershipin

are careless in their speech. However once we 1 principal said.Application. September. Dillard and
in the Gold
find out that the words hurtful Beach Blanche
we speak were ones, Coast Conference would also Pompano Ely

we should apologize to the person they were spokento. be made after joining the have already asked FHSAAfor
.
f fSy membership.Lay .
These words may sadden someone for along time FHSAA, he indicated.

than we might have anticipated. This is why we should I "We would need to join eligible said all and schools welcome wouldbe to

always think before we speak. 'a conference in order to assure membership in FHSAA.
"
ourselves of
Other times we use words that we will probably a schedule
Cohen said "and to give
regret later. Our conversations may be heard by someone ; our boys a chance at championships FAMU ALUMNITO

who could possibly be responsible for considering ."
of individual would I "Just joining the FHSAA MEET
us for some job high position. The
Outstanding home economics students in South- and not having a schedule
undoubtedly say that we are not qualified for the po-
forthe third successiveyear would not solve anythingfor The Florida A&M Univer-
sition because of the he heard'us speak. If east Florida are beinghonored "
once
way us. sity Alumni Association will
by the Dairy Council of South Florida through an
you were s eking employment with the company he The current league hold its meeting on Friday,
1 awards
would say you would not be able to get along with the program. North Dade Senior High' schools will have to give May 13, in the CommunityRoom
The winner at Junior
the okay for membership in of the Roosevelt Savings
other employees or customers because of the way you School is Gloria Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the GCC. The Miami Military and Loan Bank at 7 P.m.

speak. Willie Parker, 15771 NW 18th PI., Opa-locka. She wilt Academy is the only Please be present and on

Always say things you mean and have evidenceto receive a gold charm. school that has been turned time. This is our election

prove them. Don't jump to conclusions. The faulty Gloria plans to attend Hampton Institute in Vir- down in recent years,becauseits meeting for new officers.

accusations that you make of someone can easil ginia, and will major in Home Economics. She is a enrollment was too small. Edwin Demeritte is presi-

trouble. member and past recording secretary of the F.H.A. at Joe Tatol executive secretary dent and Marion P. Allen is
cause __ of the of the GCC said"If secretary,
Coun-
North Dade, and also president Speaker's
Young people usually have the habit of using slang
cil, assistant secretary of the Honor Society, memberof
words.Sometimes slang word good
a serve a
may pur
the Boy and Girl Counselors, statistician and busi-
pose, but in most cases they are not necessary and and school
ness manager of the Track Team queen-
have little or no significance. We should not make Miss North Dade!

slang words a part of our every day speech. Florida needs Mature and

Words help your listeners to determine what kind

of pseron you are, your abilities, ambitions, etc. Let HOTESFROM DORSEY Responsible Leadership...

the words you speak represent you. in Group20

Aa a means 01 involvingparents Another fine editorial was
in school activities received this week. It was
BTW News Ivey are in charge of the pro. there is the possibility that written by Gloria Payne of
next year Dorsey will have 8-12. She writes: P4m ;" J' .: 'Y
The Student Council will gram.The annual Athletic Association a formal Community School "Many of our teenagersdo .ijt'S-K'f.,)l.i" ;' '//\Jf.(' > '
>; >>
I present the, annual Awards Banquet will be hel Day this year May 23 at 9:45 May 12 in the auditorium. A proposed in involving pect for the older generation. .
in the auditorium. this time We sometimes feel that they t.i
At
this time the athletes for thi 5 parents with school activir of i
students will receive awardsfor year will be honored for the! ties are: making use of aDr. when are taking they are advantage only helpingus. us

meritorious services, lead- fine efforts in sports. t. school chairman in each a- We ought to take timeout 'b f ffP's
ership, scholastic achievemen Gilbert L. Porter, special as. partment housing unit and stop and think and i <
citizenship, etc. from faculty sistant to the deputy su pe P.making use of the ministers listen to them. Instead we
student organizations and the int endent of Dade Count)r in making announcements get mad and say things that

community, for their t loutstandefforts -', Schools will be guest speaker. and stressing school projects we ought not to say, not
during the school l in church or as a part. of the knowing we will have to suf;

year., Trophies, certificates, church activities. fer for it later in life. Whenwe e >>
scholarships, pins anf other BUNCHE PARKSEASONAL Parents are certainly be- stop think and listenwe P k

tokens will be issued at this TEA ing involved with the school find out where we make 4 r .
time. by their tremendous cooper our mistakes. Our parents
Persons interested in presenting The PTA of Bunche Par ration In meeting; with coun- and teachers are not just
Elementary School will here to feed clothe, and
awards or having sponsor selors on duty at night.
give us a place to sleep, but
awards presented are asked to its annual tea on May 1;:5 (During the month of March they are here to help us with
at 4 in the school's cafe y
p.m. -
1966 32 home visits were
contact William J. Stirrup by and
our problems give us
torium. "A Tribute to Sea-
made by counselors, and 66
May 19 at 377-3891. advice that we can surelyuse
One of the awards which( sons" is the theme for thu s parents came to the school later in life!"

t; will be presented (ts the Wel- year. The program chairman, during evening counseling "I hope you will think
lesly award. This is presentedeach Mrs. H. L. Wilcox, has arranged hours.) about what I,nave said and

year to the outstanding a very special 'program foi'. During the month of you will find out that you
sophomore girl. you, the public. The chairman., April in excess of 70 pa- cannot make it through life
schol- Mrs. Agnes McCoy, and cochairman rents conferred with counselors with a disrespectful attitude
Last year over 500
Mrs. Idella Simms., during evening hours towards parents and
arships and citations were "
are working very hard with i, at Dorsey. teachers.
presented to deserving stu- What about it !
parents, teachers and friends Student Government Dorseyites.
dents. More awards are ex- make this i Day Don't you agree?..............
to the
tea best eve r Friday May 13th, the one
this More next week.
pected year. at Bunche Park. Please com j day of the year that special-
Mr. Stirrup, student activity out and enjoy an afternoon ol f ly selected and deserving VOlE FORCARL
director andStudent Council hospitality, will al.
one you students assume the role of
sponsor- along with David ways remember. administrator teacher counselor STUDENTS WIN

j or any other faculty HOME ECONOMICS A.TDiogleton
"GLAMOURIZE member. It is eagerly waited .
by the student body. AWARD

4 Under sponsorship of the
Outstanding home eco-

WIGSIII! ', to Student Mrs.Council Nancy, responsible Paschal, nomics Florida students are being in honored Southeast for

about 250 9th graders wrote
> the third successive year by
'letters of
application to the
Z i school's personnel who then the Dairy Council of South
J $69 Florida through an awards
;' had the difficult task of making -
I > just one student selection program.
for each position. The winner at Mays Jr. he Mature and
I >I Congratulations are in Sr. High School is Ola Bryant.

$10 down > order for the entire 9th grade daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Responsible Candidate for

student body who showed Bryant,. 18351 SW 107th Ave.,
>I such a high degree of school Perrine. She will receive a

$5 per week ;I spirit in this annual pro- gold charm. State Legislature
i gram! Ola is an active member of
loafIMPORTED > The Student Council must FHA at Mays and also beli n&s Endorsed
HUMAN HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY T also be commended for ar- to the 4-H and Spanish clubs. by


f Free Shop At Home Service 4' scy ranging Color Chapman's for Day Mrs.last Dana week.addresson Dor-Her Washington The winner is Annie at Booker B. Johnson T.- CORAL MIAMI HERALD MIAMI NEWS

I > ,inspiring message centered daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GABLES TIMES THE GUIDE

I II -- about the history of Dorsey, Charles Johnson, 372 > which necessarily involvesthe St., Coconut Grove.] She- will
story of her truly great receive a gold charm. HIALEAH HOME NEWS
father a courageous man After graduation Annie
I with rare vision. She also plans to attend Grady Schoolof MIAMI TIMES MIAMI STAR

1' { 1 {,4y17C/ 1 i tVr spoke at length about the Nursing in Atlanta. She is P.A.C.E.
history and heritage of the
active in the Paramedics and
Negro. Her wise words were Political Action Committee For Education
Science Clubs at Booker T.
> enthusiastically received by
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THE MIAMI TIMES.". Friday--J. May 13--". 19&6. 19--

S jearing with......... p 1 fAMU/ Team Sparklesin "'>iIt I'I':: '' ': 1'\: _

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RelaysLed '..J' ....,J J'f'

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by power-striding which drew 6,000 track and
Dave Patrick and Florida field i athletes were Kentucky.
A&M's sprint flashes, Villa- State in the college mile
W nova shared major honors in sprint medley in 324.5: ; Ten-
BY HARRY SPEARI the Penn Relays Saturday by nessee, 480-yard shuttle
winning two of the relay hurdle relay 59.5; Georgetown -
championships in unpleasant four-mile relay, 17:06.3;
am sorry to have'disappointed my readers of weather at Franklin Field, and Maryland State by five
I this column. It was the first time I missed since Janu- Philadelphia.In yards over Morgan State in the
mile .
I 1960. the rain and cold, 24- relay.Southern
ary, 000 fans watched as Patrick
I MIAMI MARLINS NOTES unreeled another come-from-I
Negro t
behind anchor leg to pace r. f w
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I Williams, outfielder for the Marlins Villanova's quartet of sophomores j
Jimmy got to Colleges Get
a two-yard victory $5I
I started playing' baseball when about 11 years of age over Georgetown in the I
I for the Metro Police Boys Club. He was a pitcher before two-mile relay in 7:39.3. Million GrantA
I becoming a outfielder. In high school he batted Florida State finished sixthin
I .395 at first base and pitcher. This was first year. the event. $5 million grant to sup-

I His second year he pictched and had a record of 7 and 440 Florida and the A&M 880-yard swept relays.the I I port dominantly a plan to Negro strengthen colleges pre- ,.. ,.... ,: .PA.Z,. _. _. av9f.
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I 4, batted .320. In his third year he hit the ball at a Nat James, Major Hazelton, I and universities in the South '
I .453 clip and still was pitching and had a 7-0 record. Gene Milton and anchorman ,was announced in St. Louis by RATTLERS NETTERS SEEK LEAGUE TITLE-
I Won city championship when he pitched a 4-hitter and Jim Ashcroft of the Rattlers, I the Danforth Foundation this The Florida A&M Un iversity Rattlers tennis team will
ran the 440 in 41.6. Milton 'week. be in quest of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
I contributed a homer to win it. anchored the half-mile quar- Spokesmen said the money Conference tennis championship in Atlanta this week
I In Legion and sand lot baseball Williams' team tet Including James,*Hazelton 'will be given to the Council of' end. Members of the FAMU team shown here are Rue-
I won the state championship by beating Delaware, and Gerard Samuel whose time :Southern Universities, which ben Patric (left:), Orlando; Branch Curington, Atlanta,
I Maryland and New York. He became more of a hitter was 1:26.9. !I has! developed a seven-year Ga.; Leroy Long, Tampa; and Carrington Collie
high school. He thinks the Legion.Tournament at Milton finished second to I program designed to improve (standing) of Miami. ,
Sam Perry of Fordham in the I he facilities and administrative ",
Maryland University led to his signing with the Ori- 100-yard dash negotiated in I staffs of the schools
oles farm. He could have signed with Pittsbugh, 9.8 on the slow track. i I concerned. The complete OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
Chicago or Washington. Other winners of the eightpremier ,I program is expected to cost
Jimmy Williams has four brothers and two sisters, relays of the meet :U7 million. BRING RESULTS

all younger than he, except a brother in Viet Nam.
The Marlins added another Negro outfielder. He is
Dunray Harris. He joins Moe Hill and Jimmy Williamson The Man Who Gives Money
the team.I .
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Back To Taxpayers
have been asked by the loyal Marlins fans and
staff also St. Milton Ogle to send their deepest sym- x "SMILE AND BE HAPPY"

pathy to Bill Miranda in the sudden death of Mrs. THERE'RE BETTER DAYS FOR DADE AHEAD
Miranda. It was a shock to all who knew her.
4 AGAIN ELECT

CARVER GIRL TOPS COUNTY

Barbra Williams, a 16-year-old Carver High Leo FurlongYOUR
School student continued her bid for the national AAU
track berth Saturday wtih record performances at Moore
Park. Barbara competes for the run for fun track club. STATE REPRESENTATIVE
She won the senior division long jump in 17.8* She
also took the 50 yard dash in 6.3. Both were Florida DEMOCRATIC GROUP 15 COUNTY WIDE VOTEPD.
Gold Coast records. Barbara Has a 6.1 in the 50. The ( POL. ADV.)

women's record is 5.7.NORTHWESTERN .

TAKES STATE AT LEESBURG

Northwestern's Bennie Moore was given a going '
away present at Leesburg Saturday night with his fourth 1 1 1 1

straight state high school track title. He leaves for
Miami Jackson next year. He saw his Bulls win 7 out
15 events including a state low of 1:57 in the sprint .
medley relay. Northwestern piled up 79 points while
North Dade in its athletic farewell (being phased out)
finished second with 55 points. Northwestern has lost
only one meet in four years under Coach Moore and
won the Dade County track title three times.
"I want to serve you in the legisla- P":)

FAMU GETS FOUR MIAMI FRESHMENMiami ture. I believe that I can be a good

freshmen expected to report for fall footballi representative. I have prepared *'
practice at Florida A&M are; Tyrone L. Wescott, entire life for *
throughout my public
tackle, 6', 196 lbs., Northwestern; Charlie Stockton, *
tackle, 6'2, 195 Ibs., North Miami and Raymons Wil- 4 service. This is what I truly hope to *
cox, guard and linebacker 5'11 180 lbs., Carver. *
do in life and I ask that you support *

BIDS OUT FOR SUNSHINE STATE TRACK MEET ,gipa me so that I may serve you" **

Announcement was made this week of the first ** o ART CANADAY. *

group of high school track stars being invited to take )ff
part in the fourth annual Sunshine Dairy State Invita- )ff
tional Track Meetin Miami May 28. h )
The meet this year will be a daylight one, startingat : *
4 p.m. A banquet for participants, coaches, Jaycees ENDORSED BY: b *, ..

and others will be held at 7 p.m. The meet is sponsored FloridaDairy :* MIAMI HERALD MIAMI NEWS ; *

by South Miami .Jaycees and Southeast :* Xf
Institute. :* EXECUTIVE NEWS THE INDEPENDENT
The invitations, according to Jim May, chairman *
are "based on the top performances of athletes con- :* POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATIONS )ff
Bibuted throughout the season." : )
This first list, namimg 64 boys, is preliminary to :* MIAMI BEACH DEMOCRATIC CLUB ',J,
the final and official invitation list, which will be an-
track meet in FLA.SENIOR CITIZENS LEAGUE OF VOTERS
nounced immediately after the state
Gainesville. Those on this first list, however, are, YOUTH FOR EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT
according to May, "athletes who have clearly quali-
fied for our meet, and the invitations are official." MINISTERIAL LAYMEN VOTERS
Admission is $1.00, but with a daily ticket, only
25*. Dairy tickets may be obtained from Dairy or grocery REGISTRATION COMMITTEE I
stores or from home delivery milk men without II
charge. Each person paying the 25$ donation will be I .
contributing to the Jaycees high school field and track VOTE for CANADAY

Development fund.

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1 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Max 13, 1966
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; J. W., JOHNSON CARNATION Sunday, May 15 at the home of I>e present. Business of vital
Dr. Martin Luther King to PINK :Mrs. Mattie Oiailow; 1445 NW I mportance. C. C. Miller,
I't l The PTA and the community The Pink Carnation Circle ''First Place, apt. 6, 4 p.m. I resident, Mrs. F. S. Oaddy,
I Dedicate Medical Center are honoring the outgoing will hold its regular meeting All members are asked to I porter.
: principal, Mrs. Ethel 0.
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\ i I .. all respects with the latest in Primus Sunday, May 15 At 3p.m.
I i t. Dr. Martin Luther King,
medical equipment, the beau- Everyone is invited.An .
head of SCLC and Nobel
official proclamationfrom
j is locatedat
tiful structure
new
Peace Prize winner, will be
lander
54th Street and Mayor Henry
NW
1521
in Miami Wednesday evening will house several prominentlocal has set aside May 15, 1966 as JUDGE BERNARDBERMAN
May 18, to deliver the dedicatory -
physicians. The publicis "Mrs. Ethel 0. Primus Day"in
address at the Floral
.( I, Park Medical Center. invited. Hialeah.
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( Dedication service will be \
\ from 7 to 8 o'clock and Open
I ,I House from 8 to 9. Modem in '
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murders. This knife was found (P'Mfoti", <1V )i i :'
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where Holston said it wouldbe
found, but the long fishing .
knife, used to slay Foxworthand ****:*'* *'*';* ** *:*'***,*
White, is still missing,
Walker said.1I0iston.

said the tall Ne- '
gro man killed the victim dis- PROVEN I ItK '
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covered Tuesday with a Y I ,
switchblade knife. But that ,. ,
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knife is also missing the l .
sheriff said. .

I don't know if this man isa ..
figment of Holston's ima-,'.
gination or not, but if he is ,
around we'll find him,"Walker ELECT
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Walker said deputies would '
question workers at a Pom- ( JUDGEFRANK CENTRAL LOCATION FOR YOUR JUSTICE OF

pano Beach tomato farm where ,, ttt'f' PEACE COURT, DISTRICT I.
Holston said the man worked...

D INTEGRITY IN YOUR JUSTICE OF PEACE
According to school of f
ficials Holston received no Wl r COURT.
pyschiatric care while he was

when at Mariama judged, and to was be rehabili-released STATE REPRESENTATIVE lit t D NIGHT SESSIONS IN YOUR COURT FOR CONVENIENCE -

tated. He has had no counse- r OF ALL DISTRICT RESIDENTS

ling Broward.since he returned to GROUP ELEVEN I\

Deputies are continuing
their search for the weapons
used in killing Foxworth Vote FRANK
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