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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 20, 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).
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attorney Hemy II, hance High's campaign.
Arrington was raked over the Kelly said High had called
political coals this week by r rJ. lyl King and asked him not to

Senator Scott Kelly and the .,rY come because people would
Robert King High headquartersfor misunderstand.Dr. .
what. they call dirty poli- King arrived in Miami
i tics. ,SV ;ib
rn Wednesday for a three day
a High and Kelly called a visit. lie has speaking engagements -

presi conference on Monday at at the Unitarian ;
,
which time Kelly made a direct Church and at the Universityof

accusation that Arrington Miami. He spoke at the 'ti .
was the perpetrator of the dedication of the new Floral .
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lowdown act. Heights Medical Center early
Kelly said that Arringtonwas Wednesday but was careful not
in Powell's office Thurs- to mention politics.
day find Friday. "Haydon Arrington has admitted
Burns, through Henry Arring being in Powell's office in
ton, set up this fake endorse- Washington about the time the

Gov. Collins ment; this hoax on the peopleof Congressman's trip to Miami rL
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Florida, to further bring HENRY ARRINOTONthat's for a labor conference was ,
the racial issue into this why he came to Florida. planned, but he has categorI-
SI.ssorSplaker campaign. Powell gives Kelly said that Burns was cally denied any part in the
allegiance to no manNegroor implying that Martin Luther fake endorsement.
y ;T"r
HereSaturday white. His allegiance is to King was coming to Miami I As for the labor conference,
the almighty dollar.We believe Wednesday to further en- nobody remembered to hold it.


Florida Medical Association Gives I,


Roger W. Wilkins, who suc- ,

ceeded Governor LeRoy Col- Nero.Top Honor Award
lins in the important post of

National Director of Com- .
munity Relations Service fot lir. James A. Long, jr.,, Society in 1950, and was the Palatka biracial committee twf & :1 : .
who missed a train in Palatka sixth Negro admitted to the since its'organization in J tip.
Community Action, will make ;
38 years ago, got the surpriseof Florida Medical Association.He ? '' ; ;
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first
public appearance 1961.Dr.
his life TWvday when he was elected president of Long was born in Day- :,
Miami as luncheon speaker at: .: ,
was nominated for an award "j !_(:. .
his county medical society tona Beach lie attended How- -
the Community Action As- for outstanding..contributionsto I last year. ard University and in 1928, Urban League Guild president Betty Moss is t
s.embly, Saturday, May 21.
his community He is member of the fresh from his internship in shown I
Wilkins will deliver the key- a presenting a silver tray to Damita Jo in appreciation
Dr. H. Phillip" Hampton, state health committee, hast I Kansas City, and heading for for her giest at their Fashion Inter-
note speeck at the assemblysponsored appearance
by'the 'Greater Miami president of the Florida.Medical been physician for Florida St. Augustine, he stopped off lude on Saturday, May 14.
Association, .7&scr.ibed Memorial Colleee in St. Aua-, Ml Palatka to see his uncle.
Urban League and 18 cosponsoring The Hibiscus Room at Burdine's DepartmentStore
the Robins Award liven is '
annually -
tine College 20 years, past There' he missed the train,
organizations.Roger to an FMI\ ember for president of the Florida Med- but the mistake was an eye- made a lovely setting for the Guild members and

Wilkins received his civic and community service. ical, Dental and Pharmaceutical opener to him. their guests. The Salute to Summer was projected by

degree from the University of The group's conventionmet Association, serving "I was accepted almost lovely graceful models which created an atmosphereof
Michigan School of Law, is a at Diplomat Hotel, where both on the state and na- immediately," Dr. Long said. tropical beauty to satisfy the various tastes of the
member of the New York State the president explained that tional levels. "I've never had a mean word predominantly feminine audience at tea time. Damita

Bar Association, and the son candidates are nominated by from any rice except those Jo, nationally known singing and recording artist who
of Roy Wilkins, executive director county medical societies, He is also on the executive who owe me money-they do was appearing at the Eden Roc Hotel on Miami j Beach
then he *med Dr. Long. board of Bethune Cook- "
{ out sometimes.
cuss me
of
NAACP. completely captivated the audience with her charm
and is chairmanof
"I've never had such tremendous man College
The Community Action As- surprise," Dr. Long that school's building and "There was never any and talent. Photo by Flamour Studios.

sembly will be 'an all-day said, "It.was a thrill to rea- grounds committee, chairmanof segregation in my office," he '
session, open to the public, 'lize that doctors in the entire Collier Blocker Junior College said, "or any problems."
conducted at St. John Baptist state thought so much of me." in Patatka, and a mem- The 67-year-old doctor is Teen Psycho Hitter to I
Church It will consider the The citation covered his ber of the advisory committeeof slowing dowm some. He limits
major issues facing the Negro contribution to both ci vic and the Putnam County school his practice to three days,
citiaens of the area and recommend medical life in both Putnamand Board. In 1961 a Palatka and his wife, Goldie, a high be
Tried For Murder
ways and means of surrounding counties; to school was named in his school librarian, does most of )I
dealing with the critical education and biracial) honor. his driving.

problems. Registration fee. of i achievements.Dr. For 37 years he has been Their daughter, Mary Ellenis Leon C. Holston, the 16- day to stand trial as an adult., "
$2.50 will include luncheon. Long was admitted to active in the Bethel AME a school Psychologist in year-old prime suspect in the after he led lawmen to a knife i
the Putnam County Medical Church and has served on the Washington. sex slaying of three Pompano believed to be the death

Beach boys,was ordered Tues-, weapon. f
Interim Sheriff Tom Walker
and deputies were led by

I y.R4a,' Dr. Ward Admits Holston to a buried fishing
knife in Pompano Beach about
200 yards from the spot where

"Patronage For Pay" Julian (Mac) Foxworth, H,
,. and William Keith White, 13, ':
The Student Nonviolent Announcing that the shakeup were stabbed to death May 1.
action in insuring equal polit-
occurred at its sixth an- Sheriff Walker called locating 'j
Coordinating Committee ical rights for Negroes. He is Controversial Letter
nual spring conference near
(SNICK) with headquarters in expected to lead SNCC toward the knife "the biggest
:Nashville, the SNCC said, break in the case."
Atlanta, Ga., has taken from greater activity in voter registration .
the front John Lewis and and elections. "we will struggle in the future I Dr. Elmer A. Ward, veteran caused a slight furore in tho- He said Holston told a
James Farmer, two of the as we have in the past political leader has readily the hotly contested guberna- jail trustee where the knife
nation's most militant civil The SNCC central com- for human rights and join with admitted writing a' letter to torial contest when Mayor was located and Tuesday
rights leaders. One source mittee was reduced from 21 those around the world who supporters of Gov. Haydon Robert King High accused morning agreed 'to take deputies
said they were considered too to 10, but Lewis, 25, and know the same oppression we Burns, telling them that cam- Bums on Monday of promising ot it.
"moderate." Foreman, 37, are still mem- know and the same deceptionon paign contributions would political patronage in the The sheriff said the fishing
Stoke ley Carmichael, a bers. The organization has the part of the U. S. gov- qualify them for "quality letters in exchange for finan- knife, with a five-inch steel
founder of the all-Negro also made provision for three ernment in its claim for con- patronage." cial support.Dr. blade and wooden handle, will
new secretarial posts to be cern for democracy. Ward shouldered the be examined at the Dade
"Black Panther Poli icalParty"
in Atlanta, has suc- named by the chairman. Lewis and Foreman had The controversial letter entire blame for the letter. County sheriff's crime lab

ceeded Lewis as SNCC chair- Charles McLauren, an been with the organizationmore .... r rNi The letter said, "you will be for possible fingerprints and
man and he promptly announced organizer in Sunflower County than five years ago to asking for and receiving more bloodstains.
that the organization would Miss., was named by Car- direct the sit-in protests of r7r'a quality patronage because of Holston was before Juve-
"intensify its efforts in the michael as one of the new young Negro college studentsin your political support in this nile Court Judge Dorr S. Davisa
of secretaries. the South.1fIC' crucial campaign." Ward ex- few hours after the knife
area independent politics.
plained clearly that there was was found. In 1964, Judge
Carmichael, 24, a native ,;, .;i 1i'J'h; : u W w a no guarantee of a patronagejob. Davis had sent the youth to
of the West Indies, living in fiaf: : f :'r. '"'''.Ii, .' A". ,., the State Training School in
New York, will be a memberof ,'::1' oar "Vofe: ,fiIs; '. a triumvirate including ; > edited the letter himself, had a five-year-old Pompano
Executive Secretary Mrs. f copies made and paid for the Beach boy.
Ruby Doris Robinson of At- addressing and postage him Last December, after
lanta and Program Secretary serving a 14-month term,
Cleveland' Sellers of Den- ImportantWKDAY self.The well-meaning retired Holston was released un-

mark, S. C. businessman said, "I don't conditionally from the school.
The new chairman, one of know whether that was a good Judge Davis released his
the original "freedom riders" letter or a bad letter, but I custody of Holston after hear-
who brought about desegregation VOTE ; know all my life I've been ing the evidence of the Sheriff's
in interstate transportation motivated by ethical and Department and ordered him
.
facilities, accused"the :it.it=,::. '.,. ..'.._"....", _' > .' .'", J'.'.. __....iIIP"1.Ii.,'..!_. ,_''.,." DR. ELMER A. WARD honorable principles." I bound over to circuit court on
of in-
federal government murder chargesUhiv.
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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, 'Friday, May 20, J966 .. .f .....1 t t f ,I:1it: + f ;'1 '
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PEOPLE PLACES THINGSDr.




Arthur Higgs, dental surgeon of Houston, heard enough

Texas, is a Miamian by birth and a Texan by choice.Dr. .

Higgs is among businessmen, professionals and about Integrity
companies who are making jobs for youths by settingup

training programs under "Project Happy;" This

Houston project to aid boys __ m _" to last lifetime. "
and girls to 'secure good John B. Collins of Miami,' a

paying jobs seek out em- a graduating economics majorat
ployers to train them and reimburse : Florida A&M University
has HumbleOil
been awarded the
the employers, who
and Refining Company
in turn, pay .trainees a sal- f Y rAf Fellowship to the Universityof -Haydon BurnsMiami
ary according to job classi- Chi cago. The fellowship
fication.Dr. in the amount of $7,000, will Herald-May 7, 1966
Higgs, 5014 Almeda s used toward obtaining the
Masters of Business Admin-
Road, is the son of Mrs.
istration (MBA) degree. Col-
Viola Higgs of Miami. lins will work for the HumbleOil
and Refining Company this
IT'S A GANG WAR! Two Big Shots have had sec- summer at the company's Bay- Paid Political Advertisement

ret meetings with their lieutenants and mapped out a town summer, Texas he participated, refinery.in Last the Committee to Elect Robert King High Governor
no holds barred war to take over the syndicate and
International Business Ma-
call the shots from the Big House way up on the other chine Comapny's Industry
side of town. Orientation Program in Pough-
Hatin' (Big Jack), Burnsey, big-timer from the keepsie N. Y. President of
Northside who is is the Florida A&M chapter of
presently controlling things run-
I
Alpha Kappa Mu National
ning up against trouble. Seems the mob from the lower I
Honorary Society Collins was
Southside run by Roberta (The King) Highpockets, also one of the recipients of 1 '.
don't like the "take" from the Northern boys and intend the Alpha Kappa Mu National >: !
taking over. Honor Society School of the

Big Jack is vooing the tough gang who hangs out Year Award. The award was
presented at the national con-
on the Westside to come over and help squash The vention held in Little Rock....
King and his conniving partner, Scottsman (The Aven-
ger) O'Kelly. Jack promises to rule the mob like they I believe In on .America

want it, even if he has to rub out a few bloc groups will where tome religious day Intolerance end--where' '
who are getting in the way by shooting off their big all m.n and all church. .
mouths. are treated ot ."' 01- ELECT
wh.r. every man has the
But The King and The A:enger are mowing down son right to attend or not
Big Jack's guards. Even the frightened friends of to attend the church of his
both factions are coming out with gats in hand. So bad church-where th.r. Is no
Catholic vote, no ontl
and bold are these boys, they go right into the ene- Catholic vote and
my's territory and blast each other. The showdown is where Catholics, Protestants ..
set for May 24 until late that night. The jittery mob train and from Jews tho.. will attitudes r. ; ROBERT"

that must speak out and say who they want to run the of disdain and division
syndicate must go behind drab curtains and name the which have so often mar-
red their works In the
one to be wiped out. and
past, promote Inlteadthe
Presently more scheming, shenanigans, planning American Ideal of
fake "endorsements" and rumored pay-offs to influ- broth.rhood.
"Be an individual thinker"We
ential big shots are going on. or. gonna be free any
Boss Wallacesky from the Alabama territory and way._
KING HIGHGOVERNOR"
his Gum-moll are intrigued'by the "bloody" fight go- BURNS 2A
ing next door. He and his Doll whipped their mob into BOYD 3A

line and hope the Big Boy down here would do like- FERRE' 4A

wise. GISSENDANNER 5A

Take to the booths, boys, even if you die with POSTON 6B
"booths" on! BAREFIELD 7A
LEWIS! 8B
CLARK 9A
SACKETT lOB
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HOLLOWAY 12A

,I OUR CLASSIFIED ADS I HECTOR FREED 13B 16B


I BRING RESULTS t CARROLL BROWER 18A 17A


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OESTERLE 21B
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LEADERS MEET SENATE CANDIDATEMrs. .., "

Athalie Range (center), member of the Miami council, and the Rev. S.-
'A. Cousin ', pastor of Greater Bethel AME Church, are shown with Alex Gordon,
candidate for the State Senate, at a breakfast meeting of the candidate's friends.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, 'Friday1, May' 20,1966; 3

II I Professor From Atlanta' is New CALL BishopDr. .Senior..atttt e cut this Citizens out and vote


J. A. Johnson, profe-man bid for the seat ma OB vacant .. CME Church. church is responsible for- 2VOTE 24
SOT of Greek at the Interdenominational by the death of Bishop The newly-elected: bishopwas much of the progress we are May May
Theological Luther Stewart who died in consecrated May 15 dur- now'experi endng." r the following
ter of Atlanta, was elected to i I November in 1964. Kirkendall ing a special service presided lie said, "Freedom is in
the bishopric of the Christian[received 195 votes to John- over by Bishop B. Julian Smithof the air," and urged those SPENCER 5B GORDON SA
Methodist Episcopal Church son's 156. Chicago. present to return to their respective -
last Friday on the fourth bal. Only two votes separated Another highlight of the areas and immediately RENICK 1B FRANK IDA
lot. the two after the third ballot 26th quadrennial meeting was initiate a "at home" edu- LEWIS
The highlight of the two-i was counted. Kirkendall 202, the appearance of Roy Wilkins I. catioanl program and pursuea 8B HOLLOWAY 12A
week CME quadrennial conference -Johnson 204 executive director of the plan for discipilne within D'ALEMBERTE 9B FURLONG 13A
which ended Sundayat As customary: the newly NAACP who addressed the each Negro community.
FEATHERSTONE
the City of Miami's Bay- elected bishop was hoisted group May 11 at the auditor- The 350,000 membership liB DEUTSCH 15A
front Auditorium, was the shouoder high by jubilant sup- ium. CME Church will celebrate its CANADAY 14B FREED ISA
selection of one of 27 ministers porters and carried bodily Wilkins speaking before centennial in 1970. It is expected FIRESTONE
seeking the elevation to upon the platform where he some 2,000 members in attendance to be held near jack- (118 BRADDOCK 21A
a seat of honor in the Epis- took his seat as one of the told them, "The son, Term., the birthplace of PESETSKY 18B BERMAN 22A
copacy. nine-member College of the great work being done in the the church.
After trailing the Rev. C. KENDRICK 228 WEISSENBORN 48hi.

A. Kirkendall, president of ... paid t., by Martin Adl..n Co-Ord.
Lane College of Jackson cut this out and vote
Term, on the first three bal-
lots. Dr. Johnson led the final i'1M1
tally from start to finish. t
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Saturday, April 30 the Miami Chapter of the Negro Business and Profes- PLUS
sional Women's Club honored the four most outstanding women in our community at

their annual So-Journer Truth Awards Day Dinner-Dance. The affair was held at the
Everglades Hotel in downtown Miami. The recipients are from left to right, Miss Cash at age 65
Delores D. Holts(stand-in) for Miss Olive B. Alexander, Miss Marie D. Roberts, Mrs.
M. Athalie Range, and not shown Mrs. Florence Markowitz. You can insure yourself, your wife and your children

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polled 215 votes to win his I time with
same Metropolitan's new Family Endowment *
seat by a 26 vote majorityover
Kirkendall whose final : HURRY! HURRY! policy.I'll .
count was 189. The approvalof I Come and take a
be glad to give you full details. Just call or
203 of the 405 voting dele-
gates was necessary to elect TRIP TO CANADA write today There's no obligation, of course.

him.On + July 25th. Return Au- Family
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Johnson polled only 59 of the gust Check-Up J
404 total votes cast. The Rev. I LAUNDRY trip $180. For more
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 20, 1966


t T I FROM WHERE I SIT

& BY BILL McBRIDE

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher \
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Haves \\ \ \\ \t.t\ Burns Or High.eeee
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor
In last week's column I stated that I would not ', Florida Has
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Crculatlon.Advrtlting! Maag.rM.mb.r !
be surprised if Gov. Haydon Burns pulled some real
of the National Newspapers Publishers Association
squeakers in his desperate effort to remain governorof 'k : Died rLittle

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Florida. The political maneuvers indulged in by ,
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 have further
week
the Burns forces during the past After the stench and smoke from a
convinced a great majority of us that the No. 1 Citizenof for the governorship of the nauseating
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post campaign state of Florida
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Florida is no longer deserving of that distinction.The clears away on Tuesday, May 24th, who will come out
tactics employed by Mr. Burns have ranged from on the long end of the voting count? Will it be Haydon
Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 This kind of action is not befittinga
deceit to slander. Burns or Robert King High. Burns or High, the state of

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" man amon g men, and more so a governor of a state.It Florida will have died a little, because, like the infamous -

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best (lead has been often said that during the heat of state of Alabama, one candidate chose to in.
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords battle a man's true image will project itself. The ject the race issue into the battle. For this we are
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his image being projected by our governor gives me cause holding Mr. Burns directly responsible.Time .
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the for alarm. The fact that an individual of this caliber and experience have proven that when the
Negro Press strives, help every man In the firm belief that
all men are hurt as long as anyone is held back. could become governor of our state should alarm us real issues are cast aside by the injection of the race
all. It shows that money has set the guidelines by issue, people are hurt; and when the people of a state
and that the best hurt the state dies a little. We sincerely
People vote their resentment, not their appreciation.The which our governors are elected, are hope that
average man does not vote for anything, but against equipped candidate has not always won. the damage already done to the people and state is not

something. Mayor Robert King High has proclaimed May 24, irreparable.
William Bennett Munro the day of the runoff, as a requiem for Haydon Burnsin Almost everyone will agree that politics is a
Florida politics. This is true not only for Haydon dirty game, and from where I sit, Mr. Burns has made it
STAND WITH HIGH
dirtier. First, he lowered himself to what
even this
Burns, but for many of the outspoken campaigners
Election day is but five days away. Tuesday, that have tried to rekindle the flame that has begunto writer thought was rock bottom, when in an unmistakable

May 24, Floridians will go to the polls to elect a go- flicker for the lack of substance. Their efforts, effort to pit prejudiced white votes against liberal
' venor of the state. There are two candidates, Governor given momentum by monetary value, will have beenin white and Negro votes, he falsely accused Mr. High of

Haydon Burns and Mayor Robert King High. vain, and the patronage they are seeking will never buying the so-called "Negro bloc vote." Then he

The Governor did not poll enough votes for elec- materialize. What at first seemed a sure thing, has stooped even lower by campaigning throughout "pork
tion in the he chop country," the stronghold of prejudice, under the
primary on May 3, so must try against now become a rem ote possibility, so remote in fact
Mayor High who had the next highest number of votes. for battle cry: "Let's rise up like the people of the good
that of Mr. Burns' supporters are looking a
many
The third primary contestant, Scott Kelly, is support- out. state of Alabama and vote down the "Negro bloc
ing Mayor High. way vote." Now, from where I sit, if this isn't pitting pre
The odds against Mayor High being elected gover-
The campaign after the primary has been, and judiced white votes against Negro votes, what is?
This will have ten-
have dropped considerably. a
nor
still is being waged with all the political schemes It seems inconceivable to this writer that any
possible. The gloves have been taken off and the bat- dency to cause some of the people who normally would honorable Floridian would want this great state to
tle rages-charges and more charges on both sides.A have voted for him decide to "let George do it," and share the damnable reputation of the state of Alabama.
regrettable incident is the fact that Governor and maybe George can, but only if we all take on the Before resorting to "hog pen politics," Mr. Burns

Burns made a statement about the bloc vote and his added title of George. We have no way of knowing skillfully sought and received the support of some of

insinuation, ,against Negro leaders in the state. He just what effect the dirty politics of Mr. Burns has Dade's outstanding Negro leaders. So skillful did he
warned white: people "if they stayed away from the accomplished. Therefore, it will be to our advantage manipulate, he was successful in picking up the endorsement
polls, the Negroes would elect the' governor."' Isn't to converge on the polls and let our votes be counted. of the Dade County Young Democratic Asso-

this injecting the race issue into the campaign? Last Sunday Mayor High presented a sensible and ciation, heretofore, a highly respected Negro political

In our part of Florida, race relations are worth- interesting plea in his behalf on TV. As an ending he organization. Inspite of the fact that Mr. Burns has
while and we hope this is so in many other parts. To quoted from Paul the following statement: "I have turned his back on the Negro voter and has seen fit to

say or do anything detrimental to our progress inter- fought a good fight, I have run my course, and I have challenge the integrity of hundreds of outstanding
raciallyis rather discouraging. kept the faith." This he has done. Negroes throughout the state of Florida, this organization
We believe if there was bloc voting, Governor Let's vote Tuesday! after a bitter internal fight,has seen fit to stand
Burns got'his 'share of it. by its original endorsement and is recommending that I
.Powell ofNew York the Dade vote'for Burns''. whereI
,;.jeSthaLRgp.: Adam Clayton. County Negro Mr. From
had endorsed Mayor Robert King High was received together and to press for free elections on schedule sit comes the prediction that, with this action, this
with resentment by the mayor, for he believes there Let us hope he succeeds. fine organization has rung its own death knell.
was something unusual about it, since he does not Unfortunate for Negro Dade County is the fact

even know Powell, and he does not welcome the en HAVE YOU A MEDICARE CARD? that some of our most influential leaders are to be
dorsement."I found on both sides of this barbed-wire fence, lockedin

suggest that Adam Clayton Powell go back If you are interested and have not, there is still fierce combat. The feeling is running unbelievablyhigh.
where he came from and attend to his own business. time to get one and be qualified for hospital benefit The feeling is running so high, we wonder if the
I understand he has troubles enough of his own with- July 1st. The health authorities are so interested, they wounds inflicted on both sides of this battle will ever

out injection himself into my campaign," the Mayor have sent representatives calling at homes finding out be healed to the extent that there will ever

said. if occupants are registered for Medicare. again be a united Negro leadership in Dade County.
The Tampa Tribune, one of the papers endorsing Reports are that 95 per cent of accredited hospItals This would be more than disastrous since it is more
High for the office of governor of the state said edi- have filed the necessary payments to get July than apparent that unity of purpose and action is need

torially 1st checks. ed, now, more than ever before.
"That Burns in frequent warnings against the While this writer is strongly in favor of Mr. High

menace of bloc voting was trying to make political hay THE MIAMI TIMES ENDORSES over Mr. Burns; unshaken is my respect for the right of
out of'racial differences.This others to vote for Mr. Burns if it be the dictates of
"would be deplorable enough if the Negroesdid their conscious We sincerely hope thai every Negro
indeed vote as a bloc for Mayor High on May 3, GOVERNOR Robert King High leader and voter will be democratic and respect the

but the indisputable truth is that they did not," said COMM. PUBLIC SERVICE Joe BoydSENATE rights of others to choose as they see fit; and that

The Tribune.At there will be no ill feelings in evidence after May 24th.
the start of his campaign "Mayor High said the FLORIDA From where I sit I hereby exercise my democratic

issue is integrity and events have proved him right." 17th DISTRICT right to recommend the election of Mr. High as the next
The Miami Times endorsed in the Lee Weissenborn
Mayor High governor of the great state of Florida.
primary. We are pleased that he won second place.We I 45th DISTRICT Tom Spencer
are again endorsing him and hoping that the free ; 46th DISTRICT Alex Gordon

and independent electors of the state of Florida will Ralph Poston Powell Endorsement
cast their votes for Robert King High on May 24.

We have every reason to believe that he will serve FLORIDA
HOUSE
in the governor's office, with dignity and honor.In .
the primary: out of 38 endorsed by the Times, GROUP 2 Dick Renick 'Amazing Coincidence'Rep.

there were"29 winners or run-off candidates. I GROUP 7 Gerald Lewis
GROUP 9 D'alemberteBernard A. Clayton Powell coming to Miami recentlyand
Sandy
Hundreds of Miamians were present at Manor Parkon GROUP 11 spending just a little more than an hour at the airport
Frank before his return is amazing to the least.
Sunday afternoon and heard inspiring addresses by GROUP say
Mayor Robert King High and Commissioner Athalie 12 Irwin J. Block Still more amazing is the fact that he did not hold a *
Range, which ,they vociferously applauded. GROUP 13 Daniel Kavanaugh 'conference with the people he came to talk with. However -

Following the program, refreshments were served, GROUP 15 Leo A. Furlong he did find time enough to hold a press conferenceat
GROUP which time he said little than to endorse the
and the the 18 Arthur more
youngsters enjoyed merry-go-round, etc. Canaday
NOW
GROUP 19 candidacy of Mayor Robert King Highfor governor.
Marshall
VIET NAM'S WAR GROUP Harris Mr. Powell has never personally concerned himself
20 Bernie Freed about southern before also how come this
Just''when the war in Viet Nam will come to an Carl politics there is
Singleton nusual interest mind
now? For the analytical
end is the' $64,000 question? News received GROUP that
daily are 21
Earl Carroll more here than meets the eye. Some are saying
not at all encouraging as far as this question is con- GROUP 22 Walter Pesetsky the representative endorsement given to Mr. High for

cerned.We COURT OF APPEAL the reverse psychological effect that will have on the
learned that 400.000 collegians, 1200 of them CIRCUIT JUDGE Richard Swann campaign with the opposition making false accusations.This .
Miamians took the Selective Qualification test last Byrd Duke could make them look like prophets.But .
Saturday. Universities in four or five other states Jack Falk the alert Mayor High was not to be caught
tests are being given. JUDGE CRIMINAL napping.He.

Those taking these tests might never have to go COURT GROUP 3 Paul Baker forth rightly denounced it as a ruse pointingout
to Viet Nam or any other worn-torn country, but to use that he knew nothing about it and did not ask for
Donald
the Scout's motto: They must be prepared. SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT1 1 James Barmack it; and does not want it. Men of integrity just do not
South Viet Nam leaders are warring among them- SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT Hendrie allow themselves to be bought or to be used.It .
selves. How can a house divided against itself stand?, JUSTICE 4 Clara OesterleBernard may be well for the voters of Florida to remember
President Johnson declared this week the United OF THE PEACE Berman this when they go to the polls next Tuesday.

States would use its,,influence to bring these leaders
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 20, 1966 5
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Mrs. Percy (Eartha) Styles will be hostess to the.
Friendship Garden Club on Saturday at her home. Mrs. FIRST IN A FIELD OF 9 ON MAY 3

Marjorie Wake is president. LET'S FINISH THE JOB ON MAY 24


rt Rubie Mizell turned over the M R S gavel to incoming ENDORSED BYt

prexy Alice Dean Harrison at their final meet- The Miami Times The Independent
ing where Connie Dillard was hostess. The Miami Newt Th. R.porterDade
Houseguests of Rev. and Mrs. William H. Washing'ton
Federation of Labor North Dad. Journal I
New Philadelphia Baptist Church, are Mr. and Thomas Gibbs of Lowell was the weekend Congress of Senior Citizens The Miami Beach Times

Mrs. Nathaniel Harris from Newark, New Jersey. Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Styles. Political Action Committee for Education
Claudette Harris is the sister of Mrs. Eloise Washing- Dad. County Police Benevolent Association

ton. They will spend a week in Alabama enroute home. Sympathy to the Givens-Hopkins Smith Dade County Citizens Committee
Kennedy- Voters & Taxpayers League of Miami & Dade County
Delaware, and Tinker-Kemp families in the loss of Dade County Young Democratic Association
Richard J. Strachan was accompanied by J. Calla- loved ones. Youth for Effective Government
way, H. Hill, S. Wilson, H. Wilson and E. Mason to

Daytona Beach this past weekend to play for a dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brice will be leaving for their V

dance in honor of Dr. & Mrs. Richard V. Moore, presi- summer resort at Cold Springs Inn, Stanford, New York. I
dent of BCC, before they embark on their goodwilltour
; .S
to Europe, Asia and Africa. The band received PROGRAM DATES: "" 'HAiiisrtI I

many compliments.Miami I

May 21 Armed Forces Day S
Chapter of FAMU alumni holds its First May 22-29 National Salvation Army Week

Testimonial Awards Banquet Saturday night at the May 25-26 Shavuoth (Feast of the Giving of the State Rep. Group 19 County-Wide

Alcazar. Law)

May 30 Memorial Day
Mr. and Mrs.John D. Souter (Evelyn) have returned Pull Lever :15- B

after a wonderful vacation and a delayed honey- THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK-

moon at the Towne Hotel in Nassau. After returning,

they visited Mrs. Souther's relatives and friends in
What task is there today which
can with
Madison where they were the houseguests of Mrs. this one--the survival of freedom and the compare developmentof Even with the simplest water color

Lena Lattimer. the spirit and the soul of mankind? I strive for perfection. only
Returning, they stopped in High Springs, visiting
Mr. Souters relatives and were houseguests of Mis,. William BentonBennettSimmons through dedication that anything

Josephine and Ola Jenkins. great is ever achieved.



FOOT HEALTH WEEK ENDS FRIDAY Miss Glenda Delano Bennett tine, Miss Peggy Anderson of "When I buy gin, I insiston

"Walk and Be Healthy" is the theme of Foot daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miami and her niece Miss the very best London Dry. I IGordon's.
Health Week. The annual observance is under the Nathaniel Bennett Sr. of 314 Criptore Sutton served as
auspices of the Dade County Podiatry Association.It Amelia St., Key West, becamethe senior bridesmaids. It is ideally dry and crisp,
bride of James Simmons, Junior bridesmaids were
makes
martini.To
a perfect
of Mrs. Genie Simmons of me,
son Marlene and Darlene Saunders,
was Nassau for the Robert Birdsongs of Chi-
East Chicago, Indiana, in a Denise Bennett, Juanita Mil- Gardens Gin is great gin."
cago, 111. The Birdsongs were delegates to the C. M. E.
double ring ceremony per- Ian, Debbie Cox and jloria
Conference held here last week.
formed at St. Peter's Episcopal Butler. Elmer C. Stoner noted artist,author and editor.Cordon's
Church in Key West by Little flower girls, Salome I I.Ra Ia

Captain Norman Carey of Fort Eustis, Virginia, Father J. II. Reese Jr., April l Sands, Christene Curry, Al-
is home on leave to visit his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth 16 at 5 p.m. freda Curry and Lynn Leg-
Carey who is ill. The church was beauti-
.gett. Ring bearers, Crantal
fully decorated for the radiant Sutton, nephew of the bride,
House guesting with Mr. and Mrs. Asquith McDo- bride who entered on the arm ind Aaron Smith of Miami.
of her father, clad in an ex-
nald last weekend Police and Mrs.
'were Inspector
quisite gown of white silk Best man, Robert Bennet,
John Sherman of Nassau. brother of the bride. Groomsmen -
crepe and a strai ght skirt and
bodice and sleeves of lace were George Washington, .
Happy birthday to: May 19, Theta Wanza, Eliza- empire style. She carried a Gregory Bennett, Cecil Fer-

beth Pittman, Inez Foster, May 21; Rosa Miller, May white Bible topped with step- guson and James Teate. Ush-

22; Asquith McDonald, May 23; and Olivia Russell, hanotis and white carnations.The ers serving were John Galla-
gher Jr. Alfonso Ced-
bridal memberswere Kelly,
May 25. party
ric Allen and Samuel Kelly.
Mrs. Darlene Bennett,
Get well wishes to Francina ,Wallace at ,Jackson matron of honor, the bride's Colors were with aqua green
flower
and yellow girls
Memorial; Rosa Lee, Ferguson, Iris Moore, Cherrye Anna sister-in-law;,Miss,Lillie Mae 'and ring bearers) in white. All
Mingo, maid of honor, class-
Mills at home, Dr. Hiram Coleman at home. women wore empire style and
mate of the bride; Miss Mary ,
men tuxedos. The ring T :
wore
Gibson of Miami, Miss Jewel
Among Miamians attending the funeral of Harvey Jones of Fort Pierce, also bearers, white satin cut-
Lancelot Smith of Nassau on Sunday were Charles classmates Miss Ethelyn aways with matching ties.
Gilbert Rachel Reeves Garth Reeves, Out of town guests were
Taylor, Styles, Clear, Miss Bernice Valen-
Marie Wareham and Clarice Littles. Mrs. Mary Morgan and daugh-
ters, Peggy and Phyllis,
EALSOCIAL CLUB cousins of the bride, Miss
Congratulations to the Sweetings (Clarence and
Mary Gibson and Mrs. Ella
who will celebrate another wedding anniversary
Miriam) ANNUAL TEA lean Smith and son Aaron of

on Friday. Miami and Miss Jewel Jonesof a Goe ona
The EALSocial Civic Club Ft. Pierce. ]

The Social Eighteen Social and Civic Club has sponsors its annual Sunday Mrs. Simmons, who will : (
donated a generous amount of food and clothing to the afternoon tea, April 22 from :graduate from St. Augustine's a b DI ll0loimoNDin

Turner family, the family of 12 children that was 4 tp Y at the James E. Scott College, Raleigh, N. C. the I. t GLN

burned out on April 15th in Brownsub. Mrs. Dolly Jamer. Community Center, 7200 NW latter part of this month, will Gin created in
22nd Ave. :The public is In- join her husband who is London England in 1769. .-
-.I\! .
Lucille is and ... .
Mrs. Dougie secretary
son is president, vited. It's the biggest seller in England II'I\,;_._\,
Mrs. Victoria Frazier is reporter. stationed aboard the USS America and the world. -- ..
Tralton in Camden, N. J. PRODUCT Of U.S.A.IDOXNtUTIW SPIRITS DISTILLIDFROM GRAIN 90 PROOUOROON'S W BIN CO..LTD. UNOIN N I I.
OES TEA MAY 22 .
The A. J. Cooper's of Mobile, Alabama had a

family reunion at Miami Beach last weekend. Attend- The officers and membersof -

ing were Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper, nephew Le Hills Chapter 48 OES invite ; 1;
Baron Patterson of Mobilethe A. J. Cooper's children, you and friends to a tea rir :i
,
Jay of Notre Dame University, daughter Dominiqueof May 22 at the home of Mr. and <1. M}<

St. Mary's prep school in South Bend, Indiana, and Mrs. Albert Norwood, 2419 \ :, ,/ 1
NW 52nd St. at 4 p.m. Mrs. tt ;
daughter Peggy of George Washington University. 1\0/ kY tm' "JMli lBn r .
;
Virginia Grant will be the ; 'f *ht;w"n.w; \.

Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity met at the home of speaker. '" _

Charles Ingram on Saturday evening.. SEASONAL TEA AT 'Pe'e (Uta'Jel/ e4eoa.ct4 1

Holy Redeemer celebrated mass for shut-I ns over;: POINCIANA PARKThe

television on Sunday. Father J. Kiernam was the COMPLIMENTARY CHECKS
Poinciana Park Ele-
celebrant, Colonel C. Clark, commentatorlecturerand 50
Warren Welters organist.Sue mentary School Day Parents' FULLY PERSONALIZED AND NUMBERED
Club which is an auxiliary of I
the PTA extends a cordial DEPOSIT OF $25000 OR MORE
Francis was the recipient of a big birthday invitation to attend its Sea- I SIMPLIFIED SCRVICf CHARD PUN .
surprise just recently at the hands of her daughter, sonal Tea on Sunday, May 24
MINIMUM Over D 100 200 30a 400 NEW LOW trrtCTIVE
Francis. Without in the school .
Danysu and her husband, Dan any from 4 to 6 p.m. APRiL1IHS
BALANCE Under 100 400 300 400 500
previous indications of what was happening, she was cafetorium. The program com- - SIMPLIFIEDSERVICE We will
driven out to the 163rd St. Hot Shoppe after church for mittee has a well planned program EARNING pay
routine birthday dinner and found the following for your enjoyment. Our ALLOWANCE .00 2! .40 SD .$0 CHARGE
just a -' -
guests waiting for her: Bishop W. F. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. big expectation is to see each Ns.eilt. ;? PLAN FOR 5%
David Dobbs, Mrs. Mary Bibb, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fannin of you at this affair. Mrs. D .08 f .5a .30 .10'
Rachel B. Pratt, chairman, : COMMERCIAL
1 .05 .55 J5 .15
of the Frazier's Restau-
and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Frazier
Mrs. Elizabeth Pittman, prin- I 2.1 a .&0 .40 020 KM ANNUM
rant, Atlanta, Ga. cipal. :, 3 .15 .&5 .45 025 .a5 CHECKING ACCOUNTS INTtRMT RATES
: 4 020 .7a .50 .30 .10 ONC.O.'I .
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u".u..v.
The Inter-racial Mothers of Greater MIami honoredMrs. 5 .25' .75 .55 .35 .15 IMoi.tIYr.-.4%%
I J" ..100 .'0 .20 '
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Mothers of the IVr.lOvO-1%
Cherrye Mills Boyer as one of the Cultural ..ANNOUNCEMENTThe I 7 .35.1S .IS .45 025 .05 MINIMUM' DEPOSITS
year on last Tuesday evening at the Jewish I .40 .90 .70 .50 .3a .1D $100 UP
Center. Congratulations Mrs. Boyer. Class of Dorsey '46 till. Mr Csttsr Mr.NICk
and Northwestern '56 will .credit..Miami.n example te the"..1... ir Mr.hive at... It
Captain and Mrs. Roland Burroughs (Pat) and have a class party at the ., Miomi'i 100%Integrated Rushing Institution 7S9-4431 rLINCOI

daughter Storey, enjoyed the sun and surf with mother home of Mrs. B. Fishbum, NNATIONALBANKof
5260 NW 9th Ave., May 21 at
Knowles.
and grandmother Joycelyn Burroughs Miami r
8 p.m. Meeting is Sunday, .
I 1.'h.ldioo..rJ..claIC.or
at the Home of Mrs,
is visiting her sis- May 22 01) N.W.Seventh Avenue.pheiie 7S944MitlitsurtnaCtrportttiit.TeJtrdRtuiiiSfitn f:
Mamie McIntosh of New York Anderson NW 47th .
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NOVPLAYMflMiapiShowiHi Brake is a man of dedication; dedicated to the BRING RESULTS
BMVE-M{ THEATRE I ideals and principles for which men have fought and
died: "The Values of human rights" a vote for Bob .
Brake is a vote for a dedicated member of the House *(;'::. THANK YOU PEOPLE OF MIAMI !
'n.lirst_ /A'l" f. .> 1 'YOU; ARE 'BEAUTIFULSEE "

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JIMHENDRIE-20A PINK CARNATION TfART WORK TOQAYl!.tA
t CIRCLE ANNIVERSAANNIVERSARY Public Service Over
rA} School Bard District 1
20 Year

I Live In Molds
BERNARD GERMAN 22A Pink the Carnation Circle Cook Bus Boys
Justice of the Peace invites the public to its Fifth Dishwashers Porters
District 1 Anniversary Celebration Sun- Gas Station Drivers
day afternoon, May 22, 3 p.m. Hotel & Home Molds
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 301 We Appreciate Your
A l1 TOM SPENCER SB NW 9th Street.A Business

tv! BYDAVE BONDU State Senate wonderful program has

A EARL CARROLL 17A been prepared for you and At.r FR 9-8382 it
yours to come and hear some
Ralph Bastone is a newcomer to Miami, and I'd House of Rep. Group 21 of Miami's outstanding talent. DIll$ '
t1'--I1 N.E. 5th Street
like to introduce him to you. Ralph is the new club Refreshments will be servedin
owner of the James Club. Even though he is new to MISS AFRO LIFE LEE WEISSENBORN4B the refectory of the ch\.'ch...
Miami, he is not new to the night club business. At TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO ))1H
present,his 845 Club in the Bronx, New York, has been West Mary Hollywood M. Sutton agent, a Dania-, has State Senate sident.Mr. C. C. Miller is pre- CHURCH SUNDAY Y
running since I was a kid (and you know that has been been named "Miss Afro Life,
many a year-sez Mayme), and his :'palms Cafe on 125th for productive efforts duringthe LEO A. FURLONG 13A '
Street in New York has been there for years. Ralph is "Batts Re-election Cam- House of
Rep. Group 15
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known by every big name entertainer in the U. S. A., paign"
Her production and collec-
and he has now come to Miami to prove that it can be
tion percentage wise has LIBERTY CITYCOMMUNITY
done here. You can bet your bottom dollar that he will tabbed the personable young FOR
be more than successful,because he knows how to treat woman as one of the most COHEN
the public. promising new agents. VOTING RIGHTS
otc She grossed an "industrial POLITICALORGANIZATION
increase" of $82.12-an ave- !$ Y6AliS ACTIVE flORIDA DEMOCRAT!
Earl Carroll is
running against George Firestone,
and here I might add that Mr. Firestone is in rage of $20 per week for the Nick Ferguson, PresidentRev.
J no way re- four weeks of March, and her Jerry Brown DEMOCRATICSTATE
c lated to the Firestone family of the Firestone Tire repeatedly "followthrough"of Vice Pres.
J industry. As for Mr. Carroll, he is the only Negro left 39.48 industrial, plus Mrs. Wilcox, Treasurer COMMITIEEMAN]
in the race, and he could use our support. From here, $18,850 ordinary-life sales
have three other choices and assures this filed of profes-
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only they are: Bob sion that she has extreme _Po}. Adv.
Brake, Dick Fincher and Judge Bernie Berman. Re- extra-effort performing ability. .
gardless of your choice, be sure you get out and cast I
your vote on May 23rd every vote counts. ,

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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Acqueline Wilson fliiiTJIG I


..eet PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Donald W. Jones
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GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Morgan Richard !

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Starting this week, may I ask you to send me the _
IIDAI names of the persons whom you would select and placeas
a candidate for unofficial Sepia Mayor of.Miami.At .
present, our good friend, Charles Hadley, still JOHNNY NASH SHOW
holds the honor. In fact, he's been our unofficial mayor I
for the past eight years and many folk have asked me
when I was going to have another poll. Well, this is it
Rat nowt! So get your cards and letters in and let me
know who your candidate is. The names of the candi- f
dates will appear in this column. We will run the poll
P starting June 3rd until July 22. The winner will be
announced on July 29th and a reception will be held FRIDAY
h
for ttvtJ: jwinn i y;, andlruntnersupjjrhq( way,the.)e9J1lis to -
conducted, will also be announced next"week. So come "
'on good citizens, and get those names in to me pron- ONE NITE
to. Send your selection to Dave Bondu, 6740 NW 15th .
Ave. c/o Miami Times. Who will be our next Sepia
t Mayor of Miami? I
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs. Jim v'r"

Keene were at the Knight Beat catching Blues Bus- .
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ters same for Barbara Gross, a pretty little lass, .: ,p.
if you ever saw one Rick, at the Continental, gave
his customers Barbara Lynn for the weekend. She sure ''

plays a lot of guitar Johnny Nash does a one nite f
stand there Friday Freddie Green is holding his
own at the Sir John Lounge, with Elvin Dean on 6 ACTS

drums Bill Harris from the Satellite Lounge, tells :
me that Alcoholics League officially opened last Sun- ,,,
A day at Manor park.This is a soft ball league consistingof ,,: 5 1Y M.r iy, 2 GREAT
men up in the ages. The opposing team was the Y + ,
I New Frontiers from 58th Street and 2nd Avenue. We d

can always leave it to Bill to come up with somethingnew. BANDS 5
He is now serving. hold on to your hats. yk5 2 ,
Chitterling Pizza. What's next, Bill? Frank Du- M
Boise, at the Knight Beat, comes up with another win-
ner. Just for Friday and Saturday nites only, he will
present one of the country's top record sellers, Jim-
my Hughes, with Joya Lane and Tina Paree presentingthe
dance of the Googa Mooga. Bobby Marshall hand-
r les the M.C. honors. Sunday night will be open house.

r * 4 NO TABLE CHARGE
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1 While y'all are swealtering over heer in Miami, 4 ; .
I this week-end, I'll be in Nassau visiting good friend l
NO MINIMUM
Peanuts Taylor at the Drumbeat Club, and staying at : r 161 .

Marietta's guest house. Soif_ you're over that way for \
the weekend, see you ar Marietta's.Any J i \
ai\. ih
employers who read this column and[ are interested ., :'

in employees, please contact me at the EOPI ... :i\" '.' .. "'.. f .....,Jt'( ., r-
, office, 635-1327, and I will find a qualified person for t. '

you. SAT :& SUN-BIG BARGAIN SHOW
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That's it for this week till the next one, I
MINUTE OF IT. 1> :
LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN r SEX-SATIONAL ;
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PEACE! THE FABULOUS MIMI ,- GEE THE..B EAUTIFUk',11.: '


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VOTERS REGISTRATION COMMITTEE IS DEDICATED TO

WORK UNCEASINGLY FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT IN OUR

COMMUNITY, STATE AND NATION. w BELIEVE GOOD

(.'I', ":!"//l'if"/,'("H'Il.I/' :/hl ''t'I, !' \' GOVERNMENT IS INEVITABLE WHEN AN ELECTED OF-
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UGA TOURNAMENT PLANNERS--Franklin Lett Sr., 5th from left, Detroit THE CITIZENRY WITHOUT BIAS AS TO RACE, COLOR,
who is promotion director of the United Golfers Association, chairs
planning
session for the UGA's 1966 tournament to be held August 22-27 in Chicago. Meet- CREED, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR PREVIOUS CONDITION OF

ing with Mr. Lett in Chicago, from left, were Percy Franklin, Chicago, Falstaff SERVITUDE.WE .
Brewing Corp., Charles Cofield, Akron, Ohio, Allen L. McKeller, St. Louis Fal-'
staff Brewing, Mrs. Agnes Williams, UGA assistant tournament director, Chicago, 6

(Mr. Lett), Kelly Sullivan, Detroit, Mrs. Paris B. Brown, UGA tournament direc- FEEL WITH DEEP CIVIC PRIDE THAT ATTAINMENTOF
tor, Washington, D. C., Moss H. Kendrick, Washington, D, C. and James S. Brown,
both of the Coca-Cola Co. The' above listed companies along with Marathon Oil OUR DEDICATION IS ENHANCED BY ENDORSING THE
Co., Seagram Distillers and the American Tobacco
Co are co-sponsors of the annu-
al tournament. FOLLOWING CANDIDATES IN THE MAY 24th RUNOFF

ELECTION.

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CLUB AUTO 4 INSURANCECheck ... ... .. .
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to attend You are a Barbecue cordially oiu IMMEDIATE new, lower rates SRt22 and FILING easy financing POSITION. ,,;,:;:;::;, ,, |1'. :.NAME"A.,,', ," .: '. '1<"\; LEVER". ,
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Terrace from 5 ,p.m.Saturday until?, M27'd,M' D, Goodman and Son, Inc. GOVERNOR: ROBERT. KING HIGH ,"':)':!:.: .. ..:.. 2-B

by the Atlantic Social "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgagor ft ." \ ,' .' '
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EditorialsWe fREPRESENTATWESCOUNTY... DICK' RENICK :i:; !" r" '7-8" I I"I

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Re-Recommend: BurnsTHERE I :')'4 ;" :. ,
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Is one pertinent issue and 16 million visitor mark ((7 per cent over .1.f ,j.1''''f.''.':, '.''' "..;, II ..) ""," I' 'f. H"...".,, 1.'i I\' ,,
before the voters of Florida In 1964) and industry added 50,000 new ,, ; 1;, :
only one "' t LIJ.; .> : ;;t1f: '.;" BERNARD FRANK'A: ;
next Tuesday's Democratic gubernatorialrunoff. space-age jobs. !'Ji: ,,\r -: > For the first time in history primary \ ? ,
highway funds were apportioned accord- 1'"' ;"::.,: \ IRWIN BLOCKDANIEL ,.' u I1-A1 1
That is whether Haydon Burns has for the first time (
ing to population and .
made this state a good governor in 15 these funds were used also for highway : .;',,' I: ,I :i:: .:" ,' J"
months of office and thus merits reelec- beautification and roadside recreation.In '' '
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tion. the present biennium funds for higher ;" : r, ,
in that education were increased 19.08 cent :\I"'. .. .:.1':1,1,: : .. .. "., .
The record proves, our opinion, per ..1":0'," :, ". ,", :' I,';'' .1' L '
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Mr. Burns has been a stand-up governor, a and for junior colleges 91.5 per cent. ,;, :' :,::1 "4 .1. ; ROBERT HECTOR '. ,' ; .13-B.
doer rather than a talker, and a keeper of In the area of race relations, Florida ){ \4'f : "
promises. He has been faithful to the let- became the first state in the South to get ::
ter in his pledge to give South Florida a federal approval of its school desegregation .?' 'r,, '. ..' ARTHUR CANADAY 14BMARSHALL'HARRIS
fairer shake for roads, parks and education.The plans in all 67 counties. i!. '
issue of "integrity" raised by Mayor This is in part the record of an adminis- '
Robert King High has no substancesave tration. It is a good one. To it can be added ,.. i; ( \ ::::i 15-B
innuendo. the adoption of a more adequate legisla- i ;, :
While Mr. High has many splendid tive reapportionment law and the creationof I"'a i' J : .. "

qualities, leadership is not his long suit. commissions to study tax reform consti :. 14'>"' .' ,.L'Tf ...." "BERNIE" FREED :$.; '... r 16;=A'I .
He has made more headlines than head- tutional revision and problems of aging. :" > .', .
way in a city sorely in need of a unifying, Additionally, the administration has been '..
directing force to meet its problems of served for the most part by Floridians of EARL" CARROLL 17-A

downtown redevelopment, business and distinction.We : .. ': ":.'. .... ',. ..
industrial transportation, streets, law en said on April 19 that Gov. Burns .1.\1 :
forcement and beautification.Not has proved since 1964 to be a better man ';'" DAVID BROWER : .IS-A x.

all that has happened In the past than Candidate Burns. .' ,/' .., ,. :t ;
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15 months in Florida is due in whole or in He still is. "
large part to the incumbent governor. Un- The Burns reelection campaign has 'Q Jt
der Florida's unique Cabinet system six been painfully inept. Candidate Burns can JUDGE PAUL"BAKER. .19
other men of almost equal power share the not seem to delegate political respon- 'i-> t-Ai.J.
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credit or the blame. sibility as ably as Gov. Burns delegates :1//:!"' '
During these months, however, the administrative responsibility.This .SCHOOL BOARD WILLlA .''BILL";LEHMAN\ 2o-B
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average personal income of Florida citizens could cost him the election, but '.. \, t\; \I .if..\\1,." h.\ .", ",.. t,
trust not. A good is worth 4"" '
rose by more than 10 per cent, or we governor ,
double the national average.In keeping. This is no time to trade away JUSTICE OF \ .

the same period tourism topped the Florida's spectacular era of progress. T HEA ,', ,,BERMAN{BERMAN, .,, ., '. .

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tI I College Draft Test June 24 the quest purpose a student of deferment continuing for board or the Selective from any Scrvic loco J

their education are urged by
I previously taken the examina- Colonel Wall to apply for the
Wall
To Be Colonel Harold C. ,
Equal. state director of the Selective i tion and is not scheduled to examination. He stated, "It
it in the current series, two-way
Service System, announcedthat take gives the student a
I the final College Qualification may apply. Applications must chance of securing a defer- System..the
by Whitney M. Young Jr. Test is to be given on be postmarked not later thane ment from his local board,
June 24. Any Selective Ser- June 1. 1966.Registrants. therefore, taking the test is
Executive Director National Urban League vice registrant, who has not who plan to re- definitely to his advantage."
Registrants may obtain
DEMOCRACY COMES TO SOUTHERN VOTING appli cations and additional


BOOTHS An 81-year-old man, the grandchild of slaves recently mm

emerged form a Lowndes County, Ala. voting
booth after casting his ballot and said: "It felt goodto
me It made me think I was sort of somebody."
And he is somebody. He is an American citizen
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exercising the most precious right of a free man, the
THANK( YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN
right to elect public officials who will represent him THEIst
and be responsible to him. This is aright few people PRIMARY. I HOPE YOU MIL GIVE HE

have in this world, and it is a right long denied YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT ON MAY 24. II
Negro citizens in the Deep South. So this man is.really -
"a somebody," he is someone who took part in the I

making of that history.For is the. significance of the surge in Negro f ...G LAMOURI E....g II

voting in the South that is taking place this spring.
Who wins or loses is of transient importance, what is 6.8 I II
of lasting importance is that thanks to the Voting i WIGS i 6.8

Rights Law of 1965, the steadfastness of the present
administration and the determination of the federal I
registrars who registered Negroes, and the courage of : $69 .00 II

thousands of .Deep South Negroes. democracy is no +
longer a stranger to parts of America. +

Although Alabama's governor or governoress, as $10 down :
the case may be, won the Democratic primary, Ne- :
groes made substantial gains. Some Negro candidates

made forcing excellent segregationists showings, either into runoffs.winning They local showed postsof : E 100% $5 per week : I RALPH II I

their political muscle and the potential which exists HUMAN i HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY V
for informed' leadership and the kind of power at the .IMPORTEO
polls which wins concessions from politicians f Free Shop At Hone Sendee I'POSTON'FOR i ij
became
Some of these concessions apparent
during the election race. Pictures in national news- 4 STATE SENATOR
papers showed a segregationist candidate puttingsomecoins PRIMA-DONNA- ,
in civil rights group's collection plate at a i I DISTRICT' 46
rally. The racist sheriff of Selma, took off his "Nev- DADE-MONROE COUNTIES1IIIIpD.J
er" button and tempered his remarks concerning Ne-
groes. Even Governor and Mrs. Wallace finally ex- : 945-4526 :
hibited enough mastery of the English language to at
long last to pronounce the "e" in "Negro. ................1
But the influence on white Southern politicianswas
never more profound. The hundreds of Negro \
voters added to the rolls since last August have giv- w \ \ 4
en new hope to Southern moderates and have encour- /
aged the professional politicians in the South to re-.

think previous positions. One Arkansas mayor was : l\lo need to be crowded ..
quoted as saying: "A man is a damn fool if he thinkshe
can be in politics now and not pay any attentionto
them. (Negroes) there's gonna be 100,000 of them tuviTsIIf1iIiTAAjl
vote this year." He doesn't like it, but he will haveto
accomodate his campaign and his attitudes to this
new vote. a beautiful spacious
All over' the South, respectable white moderateswho ,
either abdicated their repsonsibility in the vio-
lent racist aura of the early 1960's or who were de-
feated for office, are back again in public life. People I I Iin '
like Brooks Hayes the Congressman who lost his
kill Ii ITIIIh'i
seat alter urging peaceful desegregation in Little
Rock in 1958, is running for Gov. Faubus' office. Old

"New Dealers" and young "New Frontiersmen" are
hoping that the new climate created by the growth in
the Negro vote will put them back in office.
Thus, the "second Reconstruction" is taking Northwest Miami'snewest
root in the south. Negroes voted in all Southern statesin
the decade following the Civil War, and some also '
served as governors and legislators. These govern- (and finest(community, : :

ments were responsible for such steps as free public ,_ .
education and other important social legislation. .
Negroes played a lesser role in the years following
1877 but they still voted and managed to make their
cause heard. With the coming of "white supremacy"in
the 1890's and the enactment of Jim Crow laws,
they lost their rights until the passage of the recent
Civil Rights laws. Now the South is again turning to
its Negro citizens, albeit under federal encouragement
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and pressure, and looking to them for the lead
in advanced social thinking and legislation. ,
Negroes responded by waiting in long lines for .......-
5 and 6 hours to cast their newly won ballots. They That'i rightl! The new housing bill makes any ex.serviceman NEW UBERTYHOML
endured the long wait, the misinformation given by (or woman)eligible for a $200 down payment on a home.That's All, Mimes FMtora: $ ESTATES
why you must come see Liberty Homes Estates, 21 tM ST.
adjacent to
white election officials, the many irregularities, and Liberty Gardens in booming northwest Miami. If you want the Terrazzo floors ., ;
their own experience. But what they got was another thrill of living in your own home at less than you'd pay foe rent Sodded lots .>; LIBERTY
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come see our three model houses today You'll live better 75'x 100'minimum Q E
step toward full citizenship and the right. to be heardin Liberty Homes Estates.BEAUTIFUL ill size lat .... GARDENS M
representative bodies. City water tad .. 211tJ1 ST N.
That Alabama once again have a racist governoris 2,3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES sewage system Z: j 3
of transient importance. The racist have had their Choice Sliding of patio exterior doors z
f day and will eventually be swept away by the tides and ulterior colon DOLO 1 207d1 ST.
of history. The real triumph in the Alabama primary 112,20011113,900as an this and morel

lies in the participation of thousands who never were expressways Close to ,major close SNAKE CREEK CANAL
allowed to exercise their constitutional rights and in $ to shoppinglBUILT rIlJ1d
the precedent-setting election of some Negroes to little as 83 per monthVA

local and,state offices. BY THE JANIS
'- and FHA FINANCING CORPORATION ST.
THANK YOU A special thanks to Mrs.S. .
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M. Frazier, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Verdelle Cox wishesto James Fields and j p,r. and
thank the many friends who Mrs. W. 0. Williams for their
shared with her in celebratingthe untiring support in seeing a LIBERTY HOMES
surprise birthday party job well done. We will always ESTATES
given honoring her husband cherish the memory of the day. *
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I r Strength For The State SenateFor r! / .. II\


the Democratic Senate nomination "c I Recommend j I
we recommend; again:

i MAURICE FERRE HELP FIGHT THE

:Mr. Ferre Is a young, aggressive businessman
who is making his first venture ,t
into politics. He has served unselfishly in
i a number of civic offices. He is aell-in.
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formed. His convictions: are strong and ?I Iwcll .
-reasoned (although) we do not support
nil of them).He would bring a freshness of
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approach to a delegation which is largely

lawyer-dominated.Hit opponent ha* a weak and ineffective 7err. CAMPAIGN AGAINST
legislative record. He brought the I
Choullth: charge against Mr.Ferre that the \'" t"'f.>411o.:1"InduatrlaUllt
as a quarryman, somehow ;;. LEVER '
was guilty of deaths of children in rock i.wi
Tilts which his company does not even own. I 1- 4 j+:'L. ;' MAURICE FERR.E
He aided the Pork Choppers in their last '''''''iI''t, :I
desperate effort to district the Legislature 1t 4- .
in Dade County only. '
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We vigorously object to the low level ( : MAURICE FERRE WILL PROVIDE FOR QUALIFIED ASSISTANTS 'j'
of the campaign which hM beta waged +Ir ,
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\'II".t'l RANKS BEHIND ALABAMA IN EDUCATION WE MUST ACT!


,. MAURICE FERRE WILL WORK FOR CREATION I OF A DEPART-

:*"X!' :. j METN OF URBAN AFFAIRS

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Jack Breaks; Car Falls
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John Smith, 22. WAS killed under the behicle, Berquist
Friday'when the car on whichhe said. The car collapsed on
was working collapsed on him when the jack broke.
his head. Edna Curry, a neighbor,
Sgt. B. E. Berquist of heard the car collapse and
Miami went to look. She called police
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1812 NW 2nd Ave., was fixing LEWI$
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McQuire, however named family there; and Mrs. Mildred I
11 Local GOP Group Seeks to Kick Out Birchites the candidates for committee- Price a founder of the North-
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type west Republican Club a Negro -
The Committee to Elect atmosphere hate, fear and At a conference at the Me Quire, its public relations of influence the committee is branch.
Responsible intimidation to the point that fighting. None was available
Republicans a the Dupont Plaza Hotel. lineman codtdmator-the party's bad
newly organized group appealed Dade average Republican in noted that Republican regis image of harboring Ebrchites for comment. Hileman said they represent
to Dado's GOP Sundayto County refuses to go to tration in Dade County has is responsible. Some of the candidateswho "a broad spectrum of
banish Burchites, racists the polls," said Frank liile- declined 10 per cent, and that are on the committee'sslate occupations, politi cat philosophy -,'
and masquerading Republican man, general manager of a Neoro Repyblican registration The committee would not were introduced by Hile and personal back-
from its ranks. manufacturing firm,and executive is down more than 20 cent label all of the other 66 candidates man, including former Sen. grounds ,each fully determined
per
The Committee says thatits director of the committee. below where it was during the running for district Harry Cain, Robert A. Peter- to fight for the return =
first step is to elect its Hileman said, "These 1964 election. He said that committeeman and committeewoman -, son, the Republican who ran. of the Republican partyto
slate of Republican moderates groups have devoted their less than 20 per cent of the posts as Birchites andthat against U. S. Rep. Claude its rightful and long standIng -
to slots on the county strength to a pattern of nega-,registered, Republicans of the it cannot swear that any Pepper in 1962. Mrs. Doris place in the political
executive committee at the tiveism and defeat. They have county participated in the of them is actually a member Porter an ex-Boatonian anda structure of the' state and
May 24 election.In no skill for building, but an May 3 primary. of the group. close friend of the Lodge communi ty.
our opinion between unbelieveable capacity for According to the committeeleadersiiileman
the Birchltes, part-time Re- destruction. This. must stop Gilbert B.
publicans and assorted other it must stop now. Smith president and Don ""tA!
group of oddities there is an


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past, and promote insteadthe w a'r
brotherhood."Be American. ideal of I am pleased to support my friend

an individual thinker"We 4{ fr4
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CARROLL 17A recent recital at Philharmonic Hall, New York. Miss IT'S SYNONOMOUS WITH
remarkable vocal artistry. in the
BROWER 18A Verrett demonstrated P-v-b-l-i-c s-e-r-v-i-c-e
LEHMAN ,20B newly released' RCA Victor recording of Gluck's"Orfeo

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HAYDON BURNS MARSHALL C. HARRIS ----------------- J5-B
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A. B. BERNIE FREED
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STATE SENATOR

EARL J. CARROLL
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MAURICE I FERRE ----------------------- 4-A

WALTER C. PESETSKY
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TOM SPENCER -------------------------- -5-B

CRIMINAL COURT JUDGE
ALEXANDER GORDON -------------------- 6-A

PAUL BAKER -------------------------- |19-A


FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIESJOE SCHOOL BOARD


WILLIAM "BILL" LEHMAN .
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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Y. BAREFIELD --------------------- 7-A

!BERNARD BERMAN
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GERALD LEWIS ------------------------- 8-B

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SANDY D. D'ALEMBERTE ------------------9-B
SOPHIA ENGLANDER
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday May 20 1966

RANGEMrs. COOPERATE CLUB BUILDING .FUND TEA

ElizabethMrs. SPONSORS TEA There will be a Building
I Fund Tea at the home of Mrs.

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS Elizabeth Alexander, The beautiful, spacioushome Adell Edwards, 2461 NW 56thSt.
passedat of Mr. and Mrs. JI rd- at 4 P.m., May 22 for the
of Terr.
1460 NW 68th
wick L. Tucker'' at 15215 NW Cgurch of GodCoconut Grove.
home Saturday, May 19.
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24th Ave. was the perfect Come and help us raise money
She is survived by four
IN GRATEFUL IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THINKS daughters, Rose Lee Hall, setting for the group's spring for a church that we can be
sip Sunday. A large crowd proud of. Donations. Rev.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTThe The family of the late Louise Schafer, Elizabeth was in attendance and enjoyed -
of Albert Hampton, pastor.
I In loving memory our Richardson and Joyce Tucker:
JOHN PRATT 'a lovely fashion sh'owof
dear mother four sons Clarence, Joe,
,
family of the late who passed away May 7, 1966 William and Ernest Alexander hair styles and clothes.
woudd like to thank the many Everyone enjoyed many
a brother, Ernest Bellamyfour THANKSMembers'
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friends for kindness shown kinds, of cakes and other delicious -
them in their hour of be- sons-in-law, four daugh-' niceties. Mrs. Lucille of
St. Francis
ters-in-law, a sister-in-law;
reavement. Special thanks to West was mistress of cere- Xavier Church wish to thankall
the pastor and members of St. many children.Mrs.nIeces. nephews, grand- mony, Mrs. Vivian Gardner, who helped to make our

James AME Church for their chairman, Mrs. Mattie Harris, Spring Festival a success.
services. reporter. Three cash prizes were
Eugenia Bablc of
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away : 1st
at'
1966 NW 5th Court passed
< ti prize-Mrs. Mildred Hayer,
Jacksoi. Hospital May 14.1 j
$50; 2nd prize-Rose Keough,
b She is survived by Mrs. Mat-I
CARD OF THANKS 3rd prize-Ruby Davis, $10.
Hattie i
tie Graland and Mrs. Thanks to all.
The family of the late Mae Andrews, a brother, Wil-

MRS. WILLIE GARY lie Hardy, a sister, Annie M. !.

Johnson, six grandchildren, I Ia
would like to thank the many
friends and neighbors for great grandchild. Services' DignifiedProfitable
\ kindness shown them in their will be held Saturday 10 at A
1"- 4 'Yq e hour of bereavement for cards, a.m. at the Sr. Matthews Free-
j : <>\ letters, donations and prayers.Mr. will Baptist Church. f New Career Selling
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'l'1. Mutual Funds
f. .'. .. "\ Emanuel Gary, husbandMrs. Davis Baker of 430 NW''

MRS. SIDNEY BROWN :. .. .. ... d, Annie Laura Mitchell, 9th St., passed at home on women SUCCESSFUL: In this men field make and
who departed this life May 1 daughter May 16. He is survived by his HO experl.nce.000 or more nlCflRarv a 'tlU. WI No
and was laid to rest May 7, VICTORIA WARD Weldon Gary, grandson wife, Lucinda, five will give yon the training
wish to express our sincere who passed to her eternal rest Catherine Rigby cousin four sons, a daUghtera'1 IIIL. Important needed to quality field. All you Inquired In this
thanks to the many friends for Colebrook, and Barbara Jean kept In it rlct confident
May 22 1959. Cull or Write for an appointment
cards, telegrams, floral arrangements Corley, his" parents, Mr. andMrs. Julius Jones of 320 NW .
"May light perpetual shine 11th St. passed May 14. He is Mr Torelll Prcilrtent
and the many FRANCIS. Leroy Hall. Arrangementsare I Prudential Invntment Corporation
her.
other kindness extended to us upon incomplete.Miss survived by his wife, Cath- 76it Blicayn Blvd. 73'1146
during our bereavement. Daughters: Alexander Poitier of 345 erine, two sons, Cyril John-,
Special thanks to Rev. J. Mrs. Mable Daniels NW 16th St. died May 10. Ser- Margie A. Blatch of son and Clarence; a daughter,

E. Brown and Rev. P. W. Wil- Miss Lottie E. Ward vices held May 21 at. Temple 15961 NW 27th Ave., passedat Loraine, a brother, Freddy,
liams and his members of the Mrs. Marguerite W. Davis Baptist Church. Remains will home May 16. She is sur- seven grandchildren, four
.J St. Luke Missionary Baptist Mrs. Cleomie Bloomfield! lie in repose at the funeral vived by her parents, Mr. and great-grandchildren. Arrange- Phone: 634.1444

Church, the Rev. Sims of New home Friday from 6 P.m. until Mrs. George Blatch, a son, ments are incomplete.
Hope Missionary Baptist IN MEMORIAMIn 10 p.m. then will lie at the Michael, three sisters, Eliza- ANN'S
Church and the efficient staffof church from 11 p.m. Survivorsare beth Adderley Louise Penna, DEATHWe GUEST HOUSEClean

the Maker Funeral Home. sad but loving memoryof a widow Remilda, two and Gloria Maxwell, three
Again we say thanks and brother, two sisters, a broth brothers, Charles McCartney, the family of the late cool rooms for your

may God bless all of you. er-in-law. H. G. Blatch and Augusta Arline M. Bethel of West Hol- convenience"A
Fred and Lillis Brown, Blatch. Services will be held lywood wish to announce her
sons and family I John Cheatham of 3061 NW Saturday at 4 p.m. at the passing in Wyandanch, N. Y. Friendly Place to
65th St. died May 13.Remainswere Church of God of Prophecy. May 6 and to thank the neigh- Meet Your Friends"
shipped May 17 to Orlando bors and relatives for kind
FORMER MIAMIAN for burial. Survivors include Willie Everett of 3128 NW words of sympathy, also Beth- 3059 NW 45 STREET

I four sisters, Mesdames 46th St. passed at home May any SDA Church of Miami. Mr. T., Prop.
DIES IN NEW YORK Ruth Jackson, Thelma E. 13. He is survived by his Elmira, Edith, Wilbur

e Boone, Blanche Thompson, widow, Georgia Lee, a daughter and Cecil
a and Addene Torrence, two Georgia Gertrude Everett. '
brothers, Florzell and Wil- Services Saturday at Mt. Ta-
liam Terrell. bor Baptist Church at 12 Vc1

noon. .au I
Benjamin Perkins ,of 605
NW 2nd Ave. died May 13. Mrs. Eva Davis of 101 NW

Remains were shipped to 11th Terrace passed May 17. .
Pensacola for services and She is survived by two daugh-

burial. Survivors include a ters, Marg Smith, Dorothy Ann
mother, Mrs. Modesto Per- Slaughter, a son, James Holt,
kins, a daughter, Bennie Dean eight grandchildren, a mother -
Forehand, four sisters, three Mrs. Lizzie Johnson, four
brothers.Mrs. sisters and two brothers. Mr.
Ed Waldon, dear friend. Ser- ESE .DRUG

MRS. FLORA E. STRACHANwho Ellita Kemp Tinkerof vices will be held Friday at .VER7

departed this life May 1710 NW 4th Ct. died May Mt. Hermon Church at 3 p.m., 6750 NW 13th AVKNUB Haiold Jolllvrlff, !Manager
17, 1964. 14. Services Saturday at St. Opa-locka. Body will be ship-

Gone but not forgotten.May Mary's Wesleyan Church with ped to Buena Vista, Ga.
Rev. H. V. Stuart officiating.
her soul rest in peace fltawhton .rmorial ark
and light perpetual shine upon Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Hilton of '
Mrs. Elizabeth Blossom her. Mrs. Rachel Moore, a son, 1910 NW 72nd St. passed at
Johnson of 1198 Carroll St., Mr. Hartbennett, two sisters, the Para Villa ConvalescentHome You do Not have to own Gray Space In LINCOLN
Brooklyn, N. Y. and widow of And Edwin W. Strachan, husband Ja brother, four grandchildren, May 11. She is survivedby MEMORIAL !ARK, 3001 NW 46 Sl', .0 bury roved
the late Charles Johnson Family .. Just Tell funeral
f. nieces and nephews. a friend, Naomi Butler, a your director thIS is your wish.
It will
passed away Tuesday, May 3 granddaughter, Em raid Mc- b* done.

at Kings County Hospital.She IN MEMORIAMIn Baby Boy Nelson, son of Kinney Nassau, a grandson, GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS
hid of cancer after a Joe and Rowena Nelson of a grand niece, Jeanette Ennis A 2 mo. pre-nee-d grave space sale now going on.

brief illness. She was buried sad but loving 222 NW 22nd St. died May 13 Arrangements are incomplete.
memoryof NE 4.4197 E. Johnson
Thursday, May 5. Her funeralwas our beloved son, and was buried May 18. Sur- Manager OX 1-9199
arranged and serviced by vivors are three sisters, a Ralph D. Howard of 852

David Lane, funeral director.Mrs. brother. NW 8th St. Road passed at ". .
Johnson was one of Jackson Hospital May 14. He
Miami's first social pioneers is survived by his widow, p P.f <
before moving to New York RICHARDSON. Billy Charis, a son, Leona ;
with her children in her later sister, a brother. Services

years. She is survived by two r x' Mrs. Emma Dixon died May Thursday, May 19 at 5 p.m. I
sons and a daughter, Charles 11. She is survived by her in the chapel.

"Rat" Johnson, Cyril Johnson husband, Joseph, mother, Mrs. 'j

and Cynthia JohnsonOliver Emma Marshall, cousin, Mrs. George Robinson of 15840
also a host of grand Gussie Forrest. Arrangementsare Bunche Park School Frive '

children. incomplete. passed May 13. he is survived ', a

by three sons, Stonewell,
., Mrs. Mildred Gray Burton Dixie and Fred, a daughter, t '
CARD OF THANKSThe of 1630 NW 58th Terr. died Eucola Frederick, three grand I 'nTHOUGHTFUL,
May 16 at the homw of her children. Services will be
family of the late mother, Mrs. Mazella Gray. I t BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur
Thursday in
May 19 the J
SOLOMON E. ANDERSON She has been a resident in the chapel.
would like to thank all friends Miami area for many years. ; ability and desire to

and neighbors who sent She leaves to mourn her husband -
Ryan Sawyer of 3127 NW carry out wishes together
FELTON NICKERSONwho .' your -
flowers and donationsand
cards
Archie, parents, Mr. 59th St. passed May 15. Ryan
friends who were so coop- departed this life May and.Mrs. J. C. Gray, four sis- was the 2Vi months old son of I x 7n a with our experience,

erative during our hour of 17, 1960. ters, Mrs. Vanilla Lee, Mrs. Mr.a nd Mrs. Harold R. Saw- t: mean a service that is
bereavement. Special thanksto Sweet are the memories that Whilamena Jackson, Mrs. yer. In addition to his pa- :
Range Funeral Home. never fade, Elizabeth Burrell, Mrs. Ro; rents he is survived by two ::1 conducted with beauty and

From: Of one we love but could setta Nottage, four brothers, brithers, a sister, grandpa- : understanding-to comfort.
Shirley Reddick, daughter never save, WSgt. James C. Gray, Roose- rents. Services Thursday in 1 V

Leonard Anderson, brother A loving link we can never velt, Charles, Vernon, an the chapel. '1
And The Family replace aunt, Mrs. Erma Outlaw, three I

Always in our hearts. uncles, Rev. J. B. Gray of Benjamin Worthy of 1272 .; "My Father in Heaven, helpme
Felton Nickerson father Jacksonville, Rev. W. J. NW 68th St. passed May 18 at never to forget Thy Love

IN MEMORIAM Minnie Nickerson, mother Kicken of Detroit, Elijah Veteran's Hospital at 1:45: .- it looks to it the '
up me
In of our dear Gray, nieces and nephews. p.m. Services Monday 4 e )
memory Brothers, sistersGrandmother p.m. .
.beauty ot the flower.. r"
Services Saturday at 4 in the
father and grandfather, and grandfather p.m. chapel.Rev. Paul Free- I
GEORGE ALEXANDER from St. Paul AME Church. man of Zion Hope Baptist Jphn Henry Jowett

ROMER Remains will lie in repose in Church will deliver the eulogy. : Oscar L.

who departed this life May the chapel from 3 p.m. Fri- .Range
18 1954. Gone but not for day.until' 11 p.m. She will

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Letters to the EditorDear BefhuRG-CookmciR Announces : I

: / OU Editor, CO..8.lce.ell Schedule I

I noticed that Mr. Earl Carroll, a Negro, is on the ,
ballot for the runoff May 24 for representative from Dr. Richard V. Moore. Wednesday for senior cons- I
E17 : HEHDWE President BethuneCookman ecration. A relaxing senior
Dade
County. I understand Mr. Carroll is well qualifiedfor r
College announces that class each outing has been
the job. If he is elected he will be the first Negro.to Dr. Harry V. Richardson, planned for 9 AM, Thurs- ,
PAP CouNTy sit with the body of other representatives in the president. Interdenominational day morning to be continued .
yoUR State of Florida House. The people ,cof the State of Theological Center throughout the day.Dr. and
Georgia have been Atlanta Georgia will serveas Mrs.Richard V. Moore will
considered for a long time highly
the Baccalaureate speaker open the doors of the pres-
Mt4EP
loot BOARD prejudice against the Negro. They have elected 15 at 3 PM, Sunday May ident's residence to welcomethe
) I Negroes to their state house. Again Negro whose 29. The following morningat senior class at 8 PM,
\ t1\\GT l(WWTYWteVOTC qualifications qualified them to run for public office, 10 AM, Dr. Thomas W. Friday evening.This annual
should noth yetp depend on the. Negro group to be Cole president Wiley College "Senior Class at home with
Marshall, Texas will the president and family" is
elected. White people who believe in fair play should
the
deliver commencement :a BCC tradition.
give more support to qualified Negro candidates. If a address where 136 graduateswill
Negro is elected to public office, he is obligated not rccci e degreees. Both
only to serve the Negro but other citizens as well. services will be held at Moore CENTERVILLA

When we go to the polls to vote May 24, let's elect Gymnasium. KINDERGARTEN
Earlier in the week other
Earl Carroll as the first Negro legislator in the Stateof activities with accent on grad- 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
Florida. MRS. LENA IRVINGI uation are scheduled. The
annual senior chapel will be CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT
I believe i in on America held in Heyn Memorial LUNCHES
where religious! Intolerancewill at 9 AM 23
Chapel May ;
PICK-UP SERVICE
Pd. Pol. Ad.LET'S all men someday and all end churchesare where M & M RESTAURANT The senior class will hold a I
tree exercise at 1 REGISTER NOW
planting
treated as equal- Specialize in Barbecue
where every man has the Dinners and all types of PM, Tuesday on campus; 6SI-7T96 OR 696-3302 I
same right to attend or not then the students will convene -
to attend the church of his sandwiches. again in the Heyn Memorial Mrs. R. E. Copelond, Sup. I
church-where there Is no Located at Chapel at 7 PM on II
LOOK HARD AT Catholic vote, no anti- 4042 SW 17 STREETOr
RALPH POSTON'S Catholic vote and Pembroke Road e
where Catholics, Prates
PORK-CHOP VOTING RECORD Mr. & Mrs. Monroe Davis
tants and Jews will refrain SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
from those attitudes Prop.
LPH POSTON voted AGAINST moderate increases of disdain and division West HollywoodTAKE SPECIAL" 01'
which have so often mar-
in workmen's com- red their works! in the Cleaned & Oiled
pensation and unemployment past, and promote instead *
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compensation benefits. Senate brotherhood."Be *Free Needle & Belt > Total Cost
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board which has serv FERRE' 4A CO'No
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Church news for publication !!
In the week's I MARTIN MEMORIAL EBENEZER
current Woman's Day at Antioch
Issue mutt b. In our office Richmond
Heights Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor
later tfion' 7 o'ctockMon.
no t J!. Ingram, reporter
day.v.ninp. Publication of On Sunday all minds will Y e F of r
The Missionary Society Beginning the week, May i
n.ws received 0'*.' that I be turned to Antioch M. B. [ our church wish to announceits ', 23 will be the observance of

time cannot b. guaranteed. Church, Brownsville, 2799 first annual MissionaryDay ', Pastor's Appreciation Week.

NW 46th St. as the women of and would like you to be 1'The public is invited to

this church will bring to a our guests. share with us during the en-

TEMPLE BAPTIST close the drive they have been Please join us for the fol- tire week of activities. ST. JAMES AMESt.
working so hard for.
lowing services. Why the observance? The
The committees and entire auxiliaries of James brought down the
Members and friends of officials and
,
Saturday, May 2$, 4 p.m.
membership have gone all out the church wisu to show their curtain on the second of three
Time Fam-
Temple are celebrating the make this Round-up ; 7 p.m.,
to
memorableone.
36th anniversary of the church day a ily Talent Night. appreciation to the pastor "Big Days" during the year

pastor. The Rev. J. A. Poi- and his family for his lea'dership last Sunday when the fearlessmen
Sunday, May 29, 9:30 a.m., zeroed in Men's
tier and congregation of the during his 11 years at on Day.
Spiritualist Science Church Sunday School, Come and See. Ebenezer. Much have been ac- Their hopes were high, the
f 11 a.m., Mission: The Obliga-
had charge of the services complished under his admin- spirit was high. The singingof
tion of the Church Mrs. MarieW.
the Male choruses from
istration and ministry. St.
Monday night Rev. H. V. Poitier 7 ,
Stuart and congregation of %: .. What's Line, speaker; p.m. Monday night, May 23, Paul and St. James vibrated

St. Mary's W. M. Church on My ? Usher Boards 1, 2. and 3. The through the edifice touchingthe

Tuesday night and the Rev.J. G, 0.5a F fit We will be expecting you! Rev. H. C. Samuel of New hearts of the worshippers.Rev. .

L. Johnson and congrega- .ve Eight young people met at Hope Primitive Baptist; Tues- Samuel Gay of Mt. Her

tion of St. James Baptist the church Sunday afternoonto day, Steward Boards 1, 2, and mon AME Church of Opa-

Church, Thursday night. organize our Young People 3, the Rev. H. V. Stuart of locka brought in his flock and

The Rev. A. D. Hall and a a3 Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer Department. Although a few in St. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist literally "turned out church.

Ebenezer Methodist will have ( number they elected the following ; Wednesday, the Pastor's The huge morning crowd' was

charge of an after service on officers: Burfordyne Aid Board, Methodist Men, delighted with a powerful

Sunday night and the Rev. .. AF Fr ANTIOCH WOMEN Rahming, president; Patricia Sunday School, the Rev. W. sermon.In .

Ernest Williams and New RAISE $4,209..22The Pinacle, first vice; Anita S. Savoy of the Grace Presbyterian the evening with Rev.

Bethel will\ bring the cel e- Hannah, second vice; Joy Church; Thursday Blacknell as speaker and enviable -

bration to a close Monday ladies of Antioch ex- Ardis Rahming, recording sec- night, the Woman's Society.of St. James Male Chorusin

8 p.m. The public is invitedto press their gratitude to all retary and Gwendolyn Terrell, Christian Service and Wes- a musical program, the

all of these services.At participants who helped to devotional I leader. Other of- leyan Service Guild, the Rev.W. worshippers were again treat-

3 p.m. Sunday the dea- COMMISSIONER RANGE make our day successful, fices will be filled as the J. Macon of First Baptist ed to a superb affair.

sons will end their Interna- spiritually and financially.A group grows. Bunche Park: Fridav. Choirs The chairman, Willie Scott

tional Rally. Each one is rep- The morning speaker will special thanks to Mrs. 1, 2 and 3 will present a pro- and co-chairman, Albert C.

resenting a different country be the unforgettable and dynamic M. Athalie Range and Mrs. Present but too young to gram. Services will behin Smith, captains, committees,

and is also depending on the Commissioner Athalie Maybelle Anderson for such be elected were Diane Han- each night at 8 o'clock.iSALTERSCHAPELAME. etc., have done a wonderfuljob
.. nah Deborah Manks and Godi-
Range. The evening speakerwill ,
votes of their friends. Please dynamic speeches. Also to with all kinds of odds
be Mrs. Cherrye Mills lieve Rahming. The next meet-
come and see how they run. our visiting usher board from against them. However they
outstanding in Chris- ing will be on Monday, 23 I
Boyer, May
The Deaconess Board will Shiloh and Zion Hope Baptist deeply thank all concernedand
tian, civic and social work. at 5 P.m. at 14700 Pierce St.
witha
a tea Sunday 4 to 6p.m. Churches. Mrs. Dorothy Turner they came up smiling
sponsor You will give yourself a treatto Clementina S. Rah am ing, presi. Our Pew Rally will\ be ex-
at the home of Mrs. Idell was crowned Mrs. Antiochof report of over $3,016.52!
hear both of these women. raised dent; Rev. R. H. John son, tended to Next Sunday, May
Arnett, 301 NW 16th Terr. 1966. Total amount
22. Come out and
Friends are invited. Mrs. Corrine Pierce is was $705.28. Thanks again to pastor. bring your Sunday night the No. Two
friends. This will be for theMen's
Funeral services for the general chairman; Rev. J. W. our many friends, membersand --- Choir of St. James and choirof

late Alexander; Poitier will be Ste phenson, pastor. well wishers.Mrs. Day program which will Mt. Hermon ,will be in a
Alberta Battle WOMAN'S DAY AT convene on the fifth Sunday contest. This should prove a
held Saturday at 1 p.m. The gen- in
--- May. Pies will be for sale
musical feast for Come
body will lie in repose at the eral chairman; Rev. P. W. GREATER ST. LUKE Saturday evening.Mr. many.
ST. BARNABASRev. Wiggins, pastor.FRIENDSHIP. out!
church from 10 o'clock Friday Glenn and Mr. Thurs-
night until funeral home. He
ton
hard
are working to make
was a faithful member and is H. Demeritte, pastor M. B. this a successful program. NEW MACEDONIARev.
his devoted wife Rowena Richardson, reporter
survived
by ,
Wednesday, May 18 the Bishop Roscoe Jackson, pastor
Remilda brothers two Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
two Last
Council
Sunday our church convened in Fort Willie J. Beard, reporter
sisters and a host of other chartered a bus to visit St, Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Lauderdale at Mt. Hermon

relatives Joseph W. M. Church Rev AME Church. The pastor wishes to thank
Evans, pastor. We all enjoyedwtowyviait j Our early morning baptism Mrs. Thelma 'Mason had'to' Choir No: 2'and Usher 'Board

N. iiw... .-..+k w .-Rev.Demeritte "was I I' started a< most wonderful day hurry to her daughter, Barbara No. 2 who accompanied hirr
in charge of the ,, for us. The pastor delivered a
11 a.m. ser last
bedside, who had taken sud- Sunday afternoon to New
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. vice. It was touching to the powerful sermon. The entire denly ill in college. We wish Bethany M. B. Church.On .
soul.) Our wonderful junior membership and visitors that
her a speedy the second Sunday
Bro.
A. L. Shipp, pastor choir was in charge. Rev. were present left singing. Our recovery.
H afternoon
Arthur Thorpe I is still on the in June the Sunday
Sis. Evelyn L. Souter, reporter Evans spoke very highly about;: male chorus was at its best School
sick list. The doctor Department will have
our boys and girls lovely with Rev. J. E. Wright as requested -
The is home again no visitors for its annual Promotion
pastor voices.At pianist and on Sunday night a while. Day ex-
and I am happy to say that he 3 p.m. all of the offi- Rev. Wright delivered the ser- Those who do not attend ercises.
is better. Rev. Johnsonis church often The women of the church
doing cers, members and pastors mon. There will be a Wright we want you to
carrying on and doing a held a business meeting. Rev. Rally Tea next Sunday on the' know we miss your presence under the able leadership of

wonderful job. We do have Newbold and his wife from the church 58th St. and with your smiles. Hoping to Sisl Netta Kelly and Sis.

visiting ministers to come in other church in Delray were 7th Ct. property Guest speaker, will be KITTY B L. ST EBBIN S see you Sunday. Rememberthe Willie Mae Williams are in the

and help give us spiritualfood present. We were invited to Atty. Donald Wheeler Jones, The sick and shutins and thosein prosess of preparing for their
of Greater
upon the following weeksfor visit Trinity W. M. in Key women St. the armed forces. annual Woman's Day which
president of the local NAACP Luke Baptist Church
which we are grateful.The West, Sunday, May 29. The with 4205 will be held in August.
along different singing SW
18th St. West Hollvwood
Board will members plan to charter two Ladies please
Deaconess attend the
groups. This tea is being will be celebrating their fifth
buses for that MT. ZION AME
Thurs- Sunday. Sister Woman's
begin its anniversary Day meeting
sponsored by the men of the annual Woman's Day obser- every
day night of this week and Mildred Rolle asked every Thursday night hereafter until
church.We vance May 22. The morning
member to be present Thurs- Namojean Charles, reporter
f, will climax on Sunday at 3p.m. feel elated speaker will be Mrs. C. J. the program.
day night at 8 o'clock, busi- very over Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor
West
with Rev. O. W.
ness of importance. Rev. Cul- our pastor being chosen to Burney of New Providence Everyone is invited to the

delivering the message. lie is mer is still sick, let us remember deliver the 11 a.m. sermon in Baptist Church. The evening program that is to be given by MT. CALVARY M. B.

pastor of Bethlehem Baptist him in our prayers.FELLOWSHIP observation of HomecomingDay speaker will be Mrs. Cera the youth department namely,

Church. Our report was omit- May 29 in Jacksonvilleat Martin of New Hope Primitive Heaven, Hellbound on the Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor

ted last week because your Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Baptist Church. The theme is, fifth Sunday evening at 6 p.m. The members of the No. 1
Humble Servant was vacationing. "A Gracious Retaineth
with the Rev. Dallas Graham, woman All of Mt. Zion is working choir would like to express
Honor. Everyone is invitedto
We will be praying for with the their thanks to everyone who
pastor. youth and their directors
-
Remember the sick and By Richard J. Chancy come and worship with us.
helped to make their
him a most successful trip.WOMAN'S toward 31st anniversary -
one goal
,
a
,;
families
shutins and bereaved
Mrs. Kittye L. Stebbins, successful Youth a success. They
in especiallyour O give thanks unto the Day the
your prayers
chairman Carrie blessed
; Mrs. M. were spiritually and
second
in .
Sunday June.I
God of heaven: for his DAY AT
pastor. mercy Drain, co-chairman; Rev. D. maintain financially. May the Lord ever
enudreth come to Mt. Zion
forever.
Psalm 136: HOLY TEMPLE A. Lattimore, pastor. and work. bless and keep you.
.1 26.

Let us take time every day Sunday Woman's Day will
I DAY SPRIN'3 to give thanks to our Almighty be observed throughout the

Father in heaven. For he is day at Holy Temple M. B. The Ministerial Laymem

Rev. W. M. Slater, reporter our help in everything that we Church. Morning speaker will

Emry B. King, reporter do, think or say. Say for your be Mrs. Marlorie Perkins of Voters Registration
League
., The women rof Day Spring self this week, I believe that Greater New Bethel Baptistand
( will celebrate its third annual prayer in faith will supp'lyour the evening speaker will

I Woman's Day Sunday, May 22 every need, also it will be Mrs. Bernice Little of First Final Rally For The Democratic Runoff

';' throughout the day. heal our minds, bodies and Baptist. Mrs. Katie Brown,

,4 We are honored to have as spirits. 0 Lord, my God I will general chairman and Mrs. Sunday May 22nd

guest speaker for the morning give thanks unto thee and Eartha Goldware is program ,

Mother W. K. Smith of Greater thy holy name forever. So un- chairman and Mrs. Edna Tal-

New Bethel in Opa-locka. Our til a later date, "thanks and madge is co-chairman. Rev. 4to6PMLawn

speaker for 3 p.m. will be my prayers for all of you. Ernest Talmadge is pastor.

Sister Thelma Howard of First -....-... --- of the Range Funeral HomeCOME
Baptist and the speaker for ZION HOPERev.

the evening will be Sister ANNOUNCEMENTThe OUTII!! BRING YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR FRIENDS
Emma Clemons of New Provi- P. Freeman, pastor

dence. monthly Union of the Sister E. Jackson, reporter
MEET THE CANDIDATE OF
Friday night, May 20 the Ushers' Federation Associa- Services at Zion Hope on YOUR CHOICEIII!!!

Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastorof tion will be held Sunday, May Sunday were spiritually high

Mt. Calvary will be in 22 at 3 p.m. It will be held at all day. Our pastor preachedout I REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED! THERE WILL ALSO BE

charge of service in behalf of New Bethany Baptist, 268 NW of his soul. We thank God CHURCH CHOIRS AND COMMUNITY SINGING FOR
YOUR
Woman's Day. The chairman 48th St. Mass meeting will be,,every day for such a wonderful EN-

asks everymember to attend held Friday, May 20. A very pastor. We are asking all JOYMENT.

chUrch Sunday and bring a unique and elaborate program to pray for the.sick and shut-

friend with you. has been planned for your en- ins It takes praying to keep Don't Forget the Time and Place:

; The chairman is Willie joyment. Deacon Edwin Ramsey the church together. The men The Lawn of the Range Funeral Home
entire churchto
the
Willie J. are asking
and co-chairman president;
: Mae are Catherine Yearby Mavis and Min- Beard, feporter; Rev. T. L. cooperate with them on Sunday, May 22nd, From 4:00 to 6:00 P.M.


)'nieWalker.1] .r'. 9 I rf!' 11)1) itt t ,! fi'W.. ,.prlf. orl ]r.;' ; ,I', m' Uit Men's! Day' program.. :,t H I. t It rittl t.tt" f r .j U' ; i liS! t ;all/ t .1 .. "



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WOMEN ATT. GRACE THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 20. 1966 17



1 nomination All. JOHN women are of requested the Baptist to A 6895 wonderful NW 14th time Avenue was en- Episcopal Diocesan Convention Closes at Beach I


I, present at St. John Bap- joyed and members by .all of as the pastor' tion me of 44th annual conven- might be accomplished. Fur- charge, working the year The Rt. Rev. Benjamin
the the
[st Church, 1336 NW 3rd Ave. Presbyterian Church Trinity in Episcopal Church ther study will be made and round with off-shore contract Vaughn, suffragan bishop of
ednesday, May 25 at 7:30 West visited with of Key the Diocese of South reported to the Forty-fifth laborers. Jamaica was the speaker on
us last Sun- Florida and .'
m. for the purpose of or- day. We were thankful to all tion of the the 43rd conven- convention. Jamaica is or will be build- Friday night at the Deauville
ani zing the Baptist Women's who helped to make this Episcopal Church- There is to be a companion ing a United Thelogical Hotel. He said the church
women
ouncil with the oblective of perience of worship and fellowship ex- ended their three-day diocese relationship with College, a joint venture of must change its structure before -
meet
fissions and Education. possible.Our day at Miami Beach Satur- the Diocese of Jamaica, the eight denominations. The it can carry out its mis-
afternoon.
[lease be present to take aLrt text for this Sunday Bishop Henry I. Louttit'sopening Rt. Rev. Bishop Gibson. The Anglican share of the projectis sion.The
in this great program of morning's sermon will be Col- Jamaica Diocese will builda $90,000. The Anglican parochial structure no
ingdom building. lossians 3:3, "For You Have cipal address at the Muni- rectory in Belle Glade with Church of Canada has prom- longer is revelent for our
I The committee Includesiss Died, and your life is hid with Auditorium on Thursday funds from the Diocese of ised a gift of 10000. Our mobile society and the psy-
Marie White, chairman; Christ in God." This text evening was interesting and Jamaica and labor providedby Diocese will contribute to chological structure of the

Irs. A. E. Finlayson, Mrs. helps us to study how we can received merited applause. people from both diocese.A this project. church is unfitted for the

I C. Mickins, Mrs. Marjorie deepen our spiritual life. Sun- The bishop dealt with larger church building at The question of women on modern age.

fcrkins, Mrs. Thedford Johnon day at 7 p.m., the youth will growth during the years of his Guy's Hill and other facili- vestries and delegates to the The next meeting of the

Mrs. Marie Gaines, Mrs. present a devotional program. administration.The ties will be provided. A convention will be considered convention will be held April

E. Thomas, Mrs. Mary The pastor is scheduled to procession and reces- Jamaica priest will be in at the 1967 convention. 13-15 in Tampa.
be on WMBM this sion of more than
coming week 200 clergymen -
[ White and Mrs. Emma
ranees
[ from Monday through Friday at plus churchwomen and
lemons. 5:45 a.m. The theme for the acolytes was worthwhile wit-

IHURCHESOF CHRISTSCIENTIST week will be: "What The New witnessing. WE SHIP A PACK FREE TO THE BAHAMAS
Testament
Teaches us About Business sessions were -
The Church." The host of the lively and interesting. YOR 01iLY

The story of Job will form program is Rev. Ira McCall. Important matters before pLl You

I the basis for a Bible Lesson I the convention included advisability -

[on "Soul and Body" at Chris- QEREA of the division of
BAPTIST
Juan Science Church services the diocese and specific rec- 0

[this Sunday. ommendations as to how thisHERE'S
Rev. J. Toles, pastor
Explanatory passages from zr
[the denominational textbookwill Last Sunday was a high

{ emphasize the theme that t day for us which was the cli-

[man's real existence is spin imax of our drive. The pastor FINEST

|tual-in God-that to accept would like to congratulate TERMS

this gives men dominionover all, of you who worked so PRINTING EASY

the material body. A faithfully toward making this
I meeting where inspired testi day a successful one. First

monies of healing and experiences i- prize went to Bro. James SERVICE

are heard, by the appli Toles who brought in the s

cation of Christian Science as highest amount and Sis.Veda
held every Wednesday at 8 Jolly who came in second. PROOF YOU'LLLIKE

I p.m. Sunday services 11 a.m. The total amount raised came OUR PRINTING
to $309.64. : :
All are welcome. Sunday
School 11 a.m. Nursery care Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.,
provided for all small childrenat at 11 a.m. the speaker will be Quality Job, Budget Price
all services. Rev. Jackson of Zion Hope
Baptist Church. At 3 p.m. the No Job Too Large or Small

SHILOH BAPTISTRev. church will ordain two very
fine young men as deacons. Deadlines Met on Time rt Y t yWn. w',.M1 f. 1 V

A. M. Griffin, pastor Rev. M. Leonard, pastor of
Sis. C. M. Miles, reporter Antioch Baptist Church will Satisfaction Guaranteed

The pastor, chairman, cochairman bring the ordination sermon.
and members of r Everyone is invited to come and. our customers come back!

Shiloh 1 Baptist Church extenda I and witness this great occa- ,. ..QY:r, : ... ,w- ,,,,; '

cordial invitation to worship sion. Miami Times WITH 5BS-
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with us Sunday, May 22 in ob- <'k.h..,. Gov..v. 2- m,
Pc. docera ,,
of MT. CARMELSis. "nI -,
Fifth AnnualWoman's
servance our 'vita
'. MC.i) with "vo _
FOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS .. M,. w 2 eentrvgien,.Iua '
Day A 1II.h'obI. I"'f'
program. very Louise McGriff, reporter ; w ..'cc fcteil 2'tunnln0'r ,
and 2 Coble,
has been plan- pill
ned.unique program Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorWe ;: s OWa.Choir 0'colora. $1 1900
had a wonderful Sunday

be The Sister morning Cora Martin, speaker of r "New will Schoo; t.lesson also the,morning i: have losso"e! of their loved I f:1f rw
service. The delivereda
pastor
Hope Baptist Church. The ones.On r
rI
wonderful sermon. The May 30 there will be a
speaker will be Sister I
evening choirs their praises barbecue r '
sang sale at the church,
Maggie Green of Greater Bethel -
unto the Lord both morningand 225 NW 14th St. As you know
AME Church.
evening. The evening that day has been set aside Y .. /
Won't the L/ i t
support
you i
delivered by a by law y
message was by most states for J _
ladies of Shiloh in their
visiting minister, Rev. G. honoring soldiers and sailors
effort to maket his day suc- Brown. Visitors are always who died in wars. We are ask
Sister Marion Englishis
cession. welcome. Remember the sick ing you to come and buy some-
chairman
; Sister Dons
and shutins and those who thing from us, please.
Robertson, co-chairman.

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4144 NW 17th Ave. 633-2891 I TO 6 P.M.. SUNDAY


1 BEDROOM
6831 NW 6 AVENUE "Bargain Prked"

2040 NW I COURT2BEDROOM 1780 NW 91, STREET

$400 $12,500 TOTAL PRIGS

Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS with lovely Fla room.
41 N E 69 STREET Many desirable extras included. Walk to shopping
schools and transportation.
409 NW 59 TERRACE

1603 NW 31 STREET 1210 NW 86 STREET

of the members of the Provisional Board of HOUSES $350 DOWU .
the Church of God in Christ who met recently to work Tremendous value, 3 bedroom, CBS, air conditioner -
out last minute details for annual International Youth 649 NW 29 STREET awnings and other extras.
,Congress to be held in Detroit, June 30 through July
'4. Seated, Elder Willie James, Toledo, Ohio; Cider 1152 NW 31 STREET 8130 NW I 15 AVENUE

Chandler Owens, Newark' M. J.; Elder Isaac Cohen! 2211 NW 59 STREET $400 DOWN $75.67 MONTH
Miami. Standing: Bishop R. S. Fields, Youngstown,
Ohio; Elder L. V. Stitts, Topeka, Kans,; Elder B. 99 NW 24 STREET 2 bedroom, Fla room, large carport, near schools,
Jones, Des Moines Iowa. 168 NW 41 STREET shopping and all transportation.

184 NW 14 STREET

2401 NW 94 STREET Fabulous
COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIREDae..eeseoo.ooo.oj
$450 DOWN
STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
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Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS with loads of
VET TV closet space, Fla room, garage, fenced rear and
beautiful patio.Extra .
FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
+ Week End Bargains .
3797735TED 'Waterfront' ValuesLOVELY
J t OPEN SAT SUN. 12 TO 6 e

.' 846 f KW 2 AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9nutJLm I ANYONE CAN BUY NO CLOSING COST j 3 BEDROOM, 2 BAT I HOMES WITH
BUILT IN FEATURES. EXTRAS GALORE.
I $100 DOWN $66 MONTH JA PRICED RIGHT GOOD TERMS

Corner, like new, 3 bedroom, Fla room, built-in oven T 1001 NW 81 STREET
KING SIZE BUYS :T and stove. Some with refrigerators. Awnings, well & V
9 pump, fences, water ways. A 1021 NW 37 STREET
PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES V .
: 1315 NW 88 STREET
3590 NW 186 STREET
FROM $100 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS
$100 DOWN' $72 MONTH .

8801 NW 16 AVENUE T kite Kaiser & Lee Realtors
Almost new. Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in
Gorgeous pool, 3 bedroom, extra large Fla room, e. chen, dish washer, carport, awning type windows. f

fenced, stove, 1540 air conditioner NW 58 STREET, rugging, $88.00 mo. A Terrific dealll!! A 105 NE 79 ST PL 74588Life's

Large 2 bedroom, fenced, awnings, stove and refri 0 19501 NW 39 AVENUE $
gerator. $11,000 total. $100 DOWN $80 MONTH 4V
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(1451 NW, 88 STREET ,
"" Almostnew, large 3 bedroom, 2 bath,-carport, built-in t.
,2 bedroom?+,c/twed porch,. rport.wLvely' .tartar* .'iefrigerator, freezer, built-in 'oven' and stove, central AA
$12.500. heat, awnings. Terrific bargain!! T
1410 NW 88 STREET Best BuysSELLER

2 bedroom, garage, Fla room, stove, refrig. sprinklers e Peoples Realty Broker +
drapes, rugs, $13,000.
1800 NW 91 STREET : 624-3959 : PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Modem CBS, Fla room, tile roof, jalousie windows,
bedroom closets
Corner 2 large close to bus and
schools. $12,000. eoooeeeeeoeooeeooeeoseoooooeee awnings, appliances. Price $12,000 with $400 down
and $72 month FHA.
KING REALTY INC. OF MIAMI, REALTOR ,
Open 7 Days a Week SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

8000 NW 1 AVE PL 1-9708 Modern CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, fully fenced
corner. Bargain at $9,800 with $300 down and $57.89
BEST HOMES FOR YOU month. Owner will make like new!

Blanche Calloway Special T 3 BEDROOMS S300 DOWN .ITLovely SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

3 bedroom, CBS with corporte and tile roof Beautiful CBS home
.. on nicely landscaped 90x125 lot.
..hardwood floors and only $79 month. Owner willpay Fla room, carport, tile roof, jalousie windows, air
+ closing costs. Remember we are open Sunday,. cond!tioned. Wonderful buy at $12,500 with $300 down
S.v and evenings for your convenience. and $76 month.
o
1 3 BEDROOMS CUSTOM A
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Tfiig home for big people on two extra big lots. To.
vsee call us and you'll have the best. Open Sun e'days 3 bedroom,, 2 bath, home in heart of Manor Park. Tile
t I 1\" and nights for your convenience. roof, carport, awnings, jalousie windows, Price only
$13,200 with $400 down and $80 month. Owner will
SEE SEE SEE :make like new.SELLER.
,- A 2334 NW 94 STREET' A
.t I 2338 NW 94 STREET I I PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
t SEE YOU SUNDAY AT bedroom homes side side andT
2 P.M. Two lovely 3 CBS by Like
new duplex in heart
of
; +open' for'your inspection and there are no closing? Allapattah. Large patio
/
61 NW 43 STREET with awnings, jalousie windows
tile floor, appliances
for low
be
and bought
COlts they may as as $10QA
$350 Down, $93 + This is an outstanding buy at $11,800 with $400 down
per mo. down. We'll be open nights and Sundays to show. and $86 month.
Beautiful CBS, 3 bedrooms baths,' garage, yyou these bargains. ,j

'I, i tile roof, and many extras. 4 SEE SEE SEE J SELLER PAYS 1/2 CLOSING COSTS
Like new 3 bedroom CBS, extra large
401 NW 42 STREET f 1925 NW 84 STREET f windows, large fenced yard. Price only, $10,500.carport, jalou-$350
,i $250 down FHA terms e 1991 NW 81 TERRACE tTo down and $63 month.

.:; Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, oak floors, and tile of outstanding features if buys you're with looking no closing for something costs andfAlots with SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

'v roof. Tlow low "allow payments see these,we'll be open'every ... Beautiful 3 bedroom waterfront home, tile roof,
I; night and Sunday to help you with these TAWE garage, large sliding door closets, awnings windows .
ATTENTION VETERANS OR 221 CERTIFI-
+ --- _____ e 2 air conditioners, appliances, Fla room,
CATES. ANY OF THE ABOVE HOUSE $100 HAVE 18 FINE "cBS HOMES FOR SALE ATA can be lovely fourth bedroom, price Is $15500
PlI with $500 down and $93 month. Many extras.
DOWN. $100 DOWN FOR ANYBODY THAT HAS BEEN
.
+THE ARMED FORCES AND FROM $200 FOR
See me on our large selection of 2 and 3 4 ANYBODY A'I'O' CLOSING COSTS. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES r
bedroom homes north of 79th Street. : VETERANS OR DISPLACED FAMILlES-$100 DOWN
i WE HAVE SEVERAL "All CASHu I
BISCAYNE REALTY INC BARGAINS! t
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', FOR RENT H J>.B.PJUU JUUHJLPJUI. J t i JLlt JlfltMBttMMtM.\

I CLASSIFIED; ADS : "S:; Downtown area. 1 bedroom REALTY SPECIALMOVE

furh., all utilities. $17. Call
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD Mickins Rental Agency, NE RIGHT IN

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON 4-0500. I';:. ,
---- 4612 NW 16th Ave. 2 bedroom $22 wk.
I One large bedroom apt. nice- aft .
FOR SALENO FOR SALE ly furn.' Fla room, air cond.,
FOR SALE
$85 month. 757-0177. 3207 NW 68th St. House for rent. $20 wk.
QUALIFYING Direct From 3517 NW 17th Ave. $400 down.
Owner -------
3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS Move right in $60 month. No qualifying or Room, single$10.50 wk. cook- 1845 NW 49th St. .Large house $200 do.$25 wk.
beauty, huge Fla room, won. See: 168 NW 47th St. closing cost. Hurry call our ing privileges. 635-5786.
derful very large room for large office, we have four nice
1 bedroom
CBS 2 porch, car- -----
family. Ride by 870 NW 84th port, oak floors, large rooms. homes that will sell fast. All a- Nice one bedroom,CBS house. MANY OTHER HOUSES FOR SALE

Terr. then call me. Total $500 down. $73 month. 758- pattah Realty, 633-0426. tile roof, stove and refrigerator $100 DOWN PAYMENT
price $13,700 only $1.500 8749. ------ Fla room, fine for couple
down and $92 month pays ------ $500 down, no qualifying. $22 week. NW 53rd Street and
all for this beautiful home. A. 8730 NW 15th Ave. $400 down. 1859 NW 42nd Street. Lovely 16th Ave. Call Edison Realty,
Den-Kori, Realtor call any- $75.67 month. 2 bedroom CBS home. Call owner 633- Realtors 751-2441. FORD REALTYINC. Broker
time 751-2243. 6539 days, PL 4-4098 nights.
large Fla room can be used as
3rd bedroom plus large car- ----- Nice-d ple--: two bedroom 3639NW. 15th Avenue 635-4595
FHA BEAUTY port. Beautiful new extra House full of furniture, including each. 3284 NW 53rd St. Call
Total price $13,700 only $450 large appliances, near schools stove and refrigerator J NE 3-3198. JUlllMJttMtflMltM.MttttJ.t.MMttMil'toWORSHIP
and month all. 635-8376. 4512 NW 21 Ave.
down $92 pays shopping and all transporta- -----
This is a perfect spotless tation. Call Kaiser & Lee, Fenster Realty. 421 Washington Ave. Rose
home, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, large Realtors. 105 NE 79th St. ------- Ann Apts. JE 4-2546. WITH YOUR FAMILY THIS SUNDAY
living room full dining room, PL 7-4588. House, 2 bedroom, 1 bath,

large bedrooms. Beautiful ,-... ss.rs.-r huge yard in rear, $500 down,
yard, beautiful yard. This is take over payments, NW 7th HELP WANTEDAetna
7025 NW 28th Avenue I
something special, a must Ave. 51st St. Call 757-1393. .
Owner Sells Direct Life and Casualty has : 1I l.'i'. i "
if are looking for a -------- "
see you Like new 3 bedroom, Ift bath, opening for clerk typist, must I '
perfect home. A. Ben-Kori 1, CBS, huge kitchen, separate 1470 NW 92nd Terr. Selling be high school graduate and : *' : lest Buys i in Ttwn
call I .
Realtor anytime 7512243. dining room, carport, $900 everything, complete house of must be accurate typist. Thisis I. ,;
--- down. $90 month. 758-8749. furniture and odds and ends. a full time permanent posi
BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX ------ ------ tion. Prime Coral Gables lo ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS
FHA total price $15,800, only Lakefront Bargain
cation. 443-4281. 95 Merrick
$600 down, veterans, only $100 *1904 NW 90th Street 8340 NW 10th Ave. A lovely 2 Coral Gables. Equal 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH carport, utility room, cent
down, $111 month pays all. Owner Must Sell bedroom house you will be Way Opportunity employer. tral heat, air cond. No qualifying. $1,100 down.
CBS, doll house beautiful
Live rent free, buy this beau- proud to own. $14,500. Owner. $14,500 total.
----
tiful completely fur- ground, 2 large bedrooms,
property
wanted. Call
Beauty operator
utility room. $600 down.
$77
side live in
nished rent one ,
the other, this is a very large mo. No red tape, move right FOR RENT Mrs.688-3931.Chatman New' at location.-indf.688-9802 or 3 BEDROOM, FLA ROOM, dining room, enclosed

beautiful 4jplex. Drive by in. Call owner 758-8749. Deluxe' 3 bedroom apt. in ------ porch, air cond, appliances, patio. $450 down.
----
1919 NW then call me Liberty City. Air conditionand I would like to care for babies

A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- See 1762 Opa-locka NW 152nd Street heat, partly furnished, under 2 in my home. 754-7147. $300 DOWN $16 MO. 2 bedroom, Fla room, dining

2243. upstairs, carport. 2 entrances. ------ utility room carport sprinkler. I
,
--- No waiting, move right in. Call Carey's Rental Agency
FHA $350 DOWN Lovely CBS fenced awnings. 371-3622. CAB DRIVERS. APPLY at DUPLEX $300 DOWN $16 MO. 1 bedroom, 1 bath

$11,300, $100 down to veterans $500 down. $74 mo. Call own- ---- Society Cab office, 269 NW each side. Good rental area. Carport each side,
$86 month pays all. er. 758-8749. Nice lady or nice man. Must 21st St.
This is the most charming M-----
be clean, who can afford pay- --
spotless home, wall to wall $2500 Below FHA ing rent of $12 per week. Tele- ber wanted at Roy's $300 DOWN $15 MO. 2 bedroom, dining room,

carpet, garage, in perfect Owner Must Sell phone 634-5691. 5710 NW 19th Barber Shop, 6349 NW 7th utility room, carport, appliances, best area.
shape. It is a must see, if you 2 bedroom, CBS, large porch Ave. Ave. Phone 751-9112. 2 HOUSES FOR PRICEOF ONE. No qualifying.
are looking for the best for oak floors, was $10,500, now --w...- Indf.
the least money. A. Ben-Kori, only 8000. Need at least Large nice room. Call OX 1- ----- Completely furnished, 3 bedroom, dining room, ]
Realotr 751-2243. $3,000 cash. See 339 NW 39thSt. 7853. front house. 2 bedroom, rear house. Fenced.

---' 758-8749. Call owner. "Kindergarten worker, pre- $9,000 total.
----
NO QUALIFYING ---- Furn. apt. with yard and ferably someone who drives $10 MO. $100 DOWN. No qualifying. 3 bedroom,
Open Sunday, total price is 339 NW 39th Street porch. Reasonable. For information standard shift and plays piano
$13,950 only $1.500 down 209 NW 43rd Street call OX 1-2426. Call 691-7796 for formation.. large kitchen, appliances, garage, $9,000 total.

come and see this home. Com- 2050 NW 96th Street --- indf. WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
pletely fenced, wall to wall All CBS low down payment. 1 bedroom, downtown furn. ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
carpet, great big Fla room, Owner must sell. Call 758- FR 1-6303. BE A BEAUTI ClAN FOR VETS ,AND DISPLACED PERSONSREALTY
panelled bedroom. 3 bed 8749. ----

rooms,.,1..,,fcath, 925 NW 84th -------- Room, in private home for, Earn while you learn. Day
St. Open 3 to 6"SundayrCall'anytime. South Miami. 6601 SW'62 Ct couple or single person in and night class, 2221 Holly- : "
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor $9,000 total. $200 down. Liberty Sty area. PL 8-8128. wood Blvd. WA 2-1173. indf. II I II SHELL BROKER
751-2243. Freshly painted Big 100xl25f
--- lot. Owner: 373-3304. Room for lady or couple. '
NO QUALIFYINGOpen -- school age girl accepted. II 4260 NW 7th Ave.. 758.5551
Sunday 3 to 6, 935 NW Owner moving out of town!! Block to school and bus. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO :

84th st. Total price $13,050 Must be sold this week! 2 bed- Privileges. NE 4-6510. CHURCH SUNDAY '
down 3 bedrooms, 1
,
$1,600 -----
plus hardwood
,
room garage
bath, perfect condition, come Room. Modernly furn. private.
and see. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor floors, nice, large lot. Near 1545 NW 58th St. Call I 1
schools and shopping. Sold at
7512243. FHA. ,. Seller Pays closing 691-2494. FLAT DUMPS EDISON O Specials
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Brand new CBS 4 bedroom, costs. Come out Sunday. Open 1823 NW 37th st. Near Jack-
2 bath, circular drive. FHA 1-6 p.m. to 525 NW 49th st. son High School, bus, shop- h
$14,000) $450 down, no closing and our salesman will show ping, 1 large bedroom apt.
costs. $105 monthly you around. Fenster Realty, furn.. $22 wk. adults only. No OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
pays all. All city utilities. broker, PL 9-8779. pets. N E 3.3175, III 5-3524 or ,
Last one. Call now. Aetna NW 4-0942. .1-:)...
Realty, Broker, 757-5724, 1270 NW 86 Street. 3 bedrooms ----- fi-- I 365 NW 59 STREETIf
811 NW 54th st. Open Sat. & CBS beauty, air conditioner, Rooms, cooking privileges, ,, .s this
.. .,.... you want large rooms, then you'll like CBS, .
Sun. awnings. $350 down. Small hot and cold water, reasonable -
--- month. Call Kaiser & Lee, 633-7338. 2 bedroom, nice Fla room, tile roof, dining room, cor

1762 NW 92nd St. 2 bedroom, Realtor, 105 NE 79th St. PL ---- tart. a.Urtlo MW .,allaht.. port. Also very nice cottage for income with separate i
CBS, like new enclosed 7-4588. 1 bed. furn. $22 wk. free ford. Cher.. ba..,. 12. M 18 It water and electric meter. Low down payment on FHA.
porch, FHA $10,000 only $300 --- water. 1800 NW 79th St. Dixie Only $13,500 total. No closing cost. ;
down. No closing costs. $60 Fabulous Rental Agency 633-2429.
monthly. Be first call Aetna /uJ 130 NW 49 STREETCBS II
$450 down. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, '
3' 48 W'67th"Street.. unfum.
Realty, Broker, 757-5724,
CBS, loads of closet space t, 3 bedroom, screened porch, carport, fenced I
Mrs.
811 NW 54th St. Open Sat. & $19 week. Key next door. ,
Sun. Fla room, garage, fencedrear Price Nelson or call 444-6126. orHI 2479 FpL ORpIDA' LARGEST Ju.3Lf.u"V2I i' yard, terrazzo floors; excellent location, FHA terms. 1

-- beautiful patio.to see. 8-2824. V421. .NWVM. ".d. .*44ww St.. 9*. Laud., 11-.2$1: 2255 NW 38 STREETLike I
right. This is a must "- --
1410 NW 90th St. CBS, 2 bed-
room, best area, newly call Kaiser & Lee, Realtors, brand new. 2 bedroom, CBS, on corner, air condition *

painted, FHA $12,000 no 105 NE 79th st. PL 7-4588. $250 down, FHA pay...". Only $67.27 mo.

closing cost. Only $400 down. ----.- I No closing cost. Don't wait-See this today.
This will go fast. See today. 2 bedroom, CBS double garage FONTANA REAL ESTATE
ALSO SEE US FOR THESE
NW No closing costs.Painted
Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 sold at FHA.
54th St. 757-5724. Open Sat. in and out. Drive by FINEST PROPERTIES
ONLY THE
& Sun. then call Fenster Realty, I 1. $73.32 a month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, 2

--- broker, PL 9-8779. bedroom, fenced yard, $250 down, FHA, no closing ,
4999.99 Full price.On double ------ 1101 NW 81 STREET WATERFRONT cost. What buyl *,.

and one single cottage. Part- No qualifying.] 2 bedroom, Pool-screened patio.Exquisite 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1. CBS, duplex. $400 down. FHA. No closing costs.
will
ly furnished. Rent pay out. Small
in and
with built-in
painted most modern mitchen refrigerator, total.
$12,500
note off. NW 77th St. 696- 1034 NW 51 St
down payment. and Central ducts and hi-fi
freezer
oven range.
4221. Ask for Reynolds.HollywoodCarver plus efficiency -
and also 2 bedroom NW 45th St. system. Call for appointment to inspect. 3. Lovely neighborhood, no qualifying. FHA mortgage
Ranches. at 1773 already placed. Nice CBS home with Fla room and
Drive by then call Fenster 141 NW 50 STREET 4 BEDROOMS CBS
like lot with fenced
Large 3 bedroom, CBS 9-8779. dining room. 110x75 corner rear
new. No qualifying. $400 Realty.. broker, PL 2Vi bath, built-in oven, range and bar, oak floors, yard & patio and sprinkler system. $1700 Down. ..
down. $100 month; $12,900 ------ now forI large tile patio porch, garage, tile roof, terraced
commis- New Genie homes I from school. 4. 3 bedroom I'/ bath CBS tile roof Fla
total. No broker's 2 bath, lot. Across street $17,900. room,
,
sion. 5240 Plunkett Street. sale!! 3 bedroom We have garage, $450 down, FHA terms.

Owner HI 66426.Handyman's the some beautiful with garages.plans in office. 8 FURN. CBS UNITS 5. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, large lot, city water.

---- Fenster Excellent Investment Near Edison school $250 down FHA. No closing .
Special. 4 units, oe appointment. (Near Shell's City ) ,
units, CBS, $10,900. $1,000 Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. cost.
down. All rented. 653 NW 27thSt. 134 NW 15 STREET YOU CAS BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES

373-7973. Income Property $4 00 DOWN FHA $18 MONTHLYSolid FOR $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Brokers Co-operate. 6601 SW Effcy.FHA terms.and 3 bedroom$14,550 house cash, CBS, cedar closet, oak floors, garage, DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY

62nd Ct. Ranch style home on $1950. Must be seen. Owner sprinkler system. $12,000 total.

100x125 near schools and 1863 NW 91st Street. EDISON REALTY Realtors
shopping. $200 handle, FHA --- Chas. S. Fontana, Realtor I ,
and Wine Bar
terms. Owner 373-3304. Beer t
with kitchen and barbecue pit. 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441

I TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO I Will Can be sell operated cheap.as Call restaurant.owner 6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 20 1966

QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCteen's Uams, president; Rev. B. L.

,Ilf North Dade to Have Carver Mack, president.
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\ The Adult Basic Educa-
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"PTA Flashbacks" Ranches tion Class of Carver Ranches
It
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:pot\ pourri ... received a Certificate of
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'l' ; n! "'* :j. The final meeting of the chorus and Enrich-
,' 7th grade from
Appreciation South
I ( : 'ii ; ....' .. :, Florida
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,' ; i. ,- .1' ,: orth Dade Junior Senior High ment Class along with the News State Hospital during an
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\j'il Bt'B.thlh: tr ,D.O... .. "";': School Parents Teacher's string orchestra. The "Flash- award ceremony held in the
; r'1I. "" "'It't IV, Association will be held on backs" will be enacted by the "'-- '' ''fry Walter Be>we -" hospital auditorium Sunday,

Thursday, May 19 at 8 p.m. 8th grade Drama Class and The West Hollywood and May 8. The certificate was
The theme of this meeting there will be a Parade of '
awarded the
Hallandale Beauticians to because
are group
In order to receive a bett education we must is "PTA Flashbacks From Fashions from the Junior High
the Blossom of exceptional contributionsto
I attending Orange
have better school facilities, Better housing condi- 1957 to 1966." This is North sewing classes. The Creative Beauticians Convention of better understanding of

\ tions means better living conditions and family management Dade's last year as a high Dance group will also per- Florida in Fort Lauderdaleat mental illness and for volun-

Better roads mean better transportation; and school. The spotlight will be form.After the War Memorial Auditor- teer 8 e (vice i benefiting
its
,' good conversation, use of communication media paves the many nine accomplsihmentsover year period of invited the to meeting view the everyoneis exhibit ium on U. S. Highway 1. patients at South Florida
Delegates from Miami, Tam- State Hospital
the way for better understanding. One of the ways to its existence under the leadership from the Industrial
Arts Do
Orlando, Jacksonville, ************
:; continue or maintain better living conditions is through of the PTA, adminis- partment. Studentsj] work will pa Pensacola and all over the A banquet honoring Adult

elections. During election time our parents are given traion and staff, faculty and be displayed from the Art state attended the convention Education students. of Brow-

the opportunity to elect the candidates best qualifiedfor studen body. Classes, Printing Class and which was closed Thursday. ard County was recently heldin

the office seek. good Shop. ************ the Walker School Cafe-
they Then to the
our parents go The agenda for the programwill
David Pemberton is presi
The VFW Post will hold torium, Ft Lauderdale.
a Mr
j polls to vote. They help to .solve many of the problems also consist of music by dent.
and Mrs. Archie
call meeting Thursday, May Mobley of
of inadequate education. This will be beneficial.
Carver Ranches, entertained
26 at 8:30 p.m. at the Poston
r\: to our success in the future. Better homes and neighborhoods Pembroke Road. ,the guests with the singing

and better jobs mean more food and better ************ of a duet. Guest star celebrity

shelter and clothing for us. This is why it is always JEtorgmn 41CIUL tal flark The Florida Stars Bowling appearing on stage was
League of Fort Lauderdalewill Adam Wade, singing star
necessary for our parents to vote on election day. appearing -
hold its banquet Saturday nightly at the famed
Memorial Park Visitors &
Of course, we are too young to vote, but we do Notice to all Evergreen who commemorate our I night, 9 o'clock, May 21 Eden Roc on Miami Beach
have job to do during election time. We join Servicemen's Organizations, Club
a
the Bird
may the at Land Night ************
Park on Memorial Day. Monday, May 30, 1966by
campaign groups in supporting the candidate we feel in Fort Lauderdale at 17th
placement of (flowers, wreaths, (lags, etc. and Sunrise Blvd. The women\ of Central
is best qualified. We volunteer to distribute
may pam- This year, Memorial Day lion Monday, May 30th. ************ Baptist Church have chosen
phlets, tracts, etc., within our community. We may This means your Commemorative Activity will be on The ushers of New Mace- for chairman and cochairmanMrs.

contact our friends through telephone or letters re- May 30th the exact day of the holiday. For your convenience donia Baptist Church, 2201 Mary Saunders and Mrs.

f minding them of the election. the gates will be open May 29th and May SW 48th Ave, West Holly- Salina Newton for Woman's

Our candidate will win only by getting the ma- 30th for you to carry out the respect you owe to the wood cordially invite you to Day. These ladies have prom-

jority vote. We can persuade our neighbors and friendsto servicemen and veterans who gave their lives so we their 9th anniversary and ised to engineer our day to'

go to the polls and vote on election day. If there is may life.There Ushers Union, Sunday, May success the church.through The the big supportof day
23 at 3 The Rev. Aaron
some little task such as going on an errand or baby will be no burials, Monday, May 30, 1966 since P.m. will be the fourth Sunday
Halloway of Miami will be the
sitting that may possibly keep them from going to the this is on employees holiday, however, the gates will speaker. Rev. E. J. Clark wishes to
be and the usual I police patrol on duty. thank the officers and mem-
polls we can volunteer our time and effort after school. open On Sunday morning the

This does not mean that we do not do our part during H. E. Walther"Supt King and Queen contest will 'bers of Central and friendsfor
all their efofrts of kind-
:
close. Come and the
election.We Evergreen Cemetery see
crowning. Deacon J. W. Wil-! 'ness during his illness.
must be able to convince our friends and 3065 NW 41 Street Tel HE 4-8242

parents of the value and importance to their vote.

If we are willing to listen to complaints and criticism

from our families and friends until election time comes

around again, it is perfectly well that we do our part ]A

during elections. We as well a tour parents must hear

the outcome of an election.
PROVEN

son and the dynamic choir of MEATS MIAMI, FLORIDAfr&v

NATHAN YOUNG PTA Mt. Zion AME church and Mrs. EXPERIENCE .' ,' <'>f1rljl : w
Ozora Shell, who was most "$ : : '_PRESENTS: |'' '
The Nathan Young Elemen- f : : '1' :>1 !
superb in the presentation of ', ., :. '. 'lJJ1
tary PTA Cultural Tea and "Timely Tips to Life." Hats \,. :: ,.. .1.:}:
Fashion Review, held May 15 ::v, :BW60J .1",. : ,
off to our own little pianistand : : '
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in the auditorium was a crowning / f' : .:
soloist, Kenneth Cope- :
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\ thanks success.and appreciation Our sincere to all own land,right.who is an artist in his ELECT J J 4r",'$,',, .,.EXCLUSIVELY, ,; ;:;:t.tq tH'' q ':J "

of our parents, teachers, What else can we say, but 'WMBM \::;\ <,
children and friends who 1490
were thanks again to all of you, 1 ., '-' : "';
instrumental in making this JUDGEFRANK *\ "isT

affair a memorable one, both you.and may God bless each of 2100: P.NI., -Z:30': ''P.M.- MOHSAT, .. ,,: ': .
and I ., "
financially intellectually.First :t,', .,
prize, which was won ': -
FREE! :- WIN FREE ; w.
by a first grade teacher, Mrs. ,,
Cynthia H. Hawkins and her ORCHARD VILLA PTA $4.90 ;$14.90' $100/60..
parents, was donated by the -., ,',I : ;,1 1I

Eagle Army and Navy Store will The hold Orchard its Villa PTA PIUS"GRAND PRIZEVALLEYDALE -"COLOR; :ry ; .. t
regular meeting SET
of Opa-locka. Flower arrangements I .. .. ., .
for the table "Americathe Wednesday, May 25 at 7 a.m. STATE REPRESENTATIVE \"'''''' "" \WI'.lJ" ,1;"; it::J7.nw""'iIt:d:' tVrrl:!eMiyWi;'l!

in the school's cafetorium.
Beautiful" was presentedby
the Exotic Gardens A very unique and interesting GROUP ELEVEN BINGO DISTRIBUTORS
Our special bouquet of program is planned by the
orchids to the Rev. Mrs. Fay Platts Teachers of Orchard
Villa for your enjoyment. This DOWNTOWN. MIAMI BROWNSVILLE
is the last meeting of the PTA Pull Lever 10-A
DON'T EXCHANGE for the year 1966. Parents Southern Farm Market Welter's A&G
to 582 NW 20th Street 27th Ave. & 54th St.
please and bj
EXPERIENCE FOftAN come out on
EXPERIMENT time for this important meet COUNTY
WIDE''d. NEAL's Market
ing. Refreshments will be
I. A.4v. Jax Cut-Rat Market 4825 NW 27th Avenue

served. *, * * * 324 NW 22nd Street OPA LOCKA
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JERRY W.
Comet Market Tang Food Market
I It 382 NW 17th Street 2190 All Baba Avenue

;t CARTERLED WIGS! Arch Market Joe's 22nd Ave. Market
1700 NW 4th Court 14566 NW 22 Avenue

IN ALL BUT I II
: LIBERTY
t I 2 COUNTIES OVER I II WAREHOUSE Big Three Super Market CITY
3 OPPONENTS! SALEW 363 NW 11th Street wlnky Market
I I II 27th Ave & 62nd Street
1 1
i Danny's Market Joe's Market

I FRI SAT & MON r rr 122 NW 14th Street 7000 NW 22nd Avenue

I
., I II w COCONUT GROVE International Market
.
4202 NW 17th Avenue
FACTORY GUARANTEED 100 PER CENT Art's Super Market

177 Grand Avenue Lerner's Market

J I HUMAN HAIR WIGS JUST 2995 Notional Food Market 2090 NW 75th Street

I 3344 Douglas Rood Seymour Market

f I Vote la For end Continue.. JERRY I II FEATURING: WIGS BY COMPARE AT $99.50 A&H Market 1304 NW 62nd Street

3425 Douglas Road Joe's Market
W. CARTER Public ServI I
ai
,I I ice Commimoner.your The Man I Mr. Walters Super Butcher 7512 NW 17th Avenue

I Greatly Responsible for reductions We Specialize in Wig Super Butcher Curry's Market

I of over 3547 Grand Avenue 54th St. & 17th Ave.
well known

I in Utility$320,000,000, Freight and Transportetlon I Styling, Cleaning & Cutting SOUTH MIAMI Liberty City Market

rates to Florida Residents 22nd Ave
& 67th Stre.tStar
Wig Consultant SEE OUR FAMOUS BOYISH BOB Freddie' Market
f I Sunset and U.S. No. 1 Meat Market
1520 NW 62nd
StreetWalker's
h J .
C nfihu Jtrry n PERRINE

JERRY W. JACKSON'S BARBERING I FASHION .CENTER : Food Center
r Golden Rule Super Market 6292 NW 15th Avenue

, \ -, CARTERUltIC I 'MfAMI'S MOST"COMPLETE HAIR' CENTER GOULDS Jackson Grocery Center

58th Terr. & 12th Ave.Sampson' .
t I SERVICE COMMISSION : 6225 NW ,22 Ave '691-9689! ;:' BI-Lo
i .
II ,
I CROUP 2 ', '\ .. .. '" '." "" I... ,' 1l '. 21651 South Federal Highway 1488 NW 62nd Market Street


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Calls For More Community will the other
young Negro Small Businesses( luxury of being isolated individuals -
I gains we have made have any cut off from the
A call for increased parti- portunities for Negroes in tunities," he significance."The community at large and indifferent -
ipation in ownership and op- business, jointly sponsored by said. be classified as parr, but a Negro in business,
to it. A stable busi-
ration of small businessesy the National Urban Leagueand Pointing to the gap which majority of southern Negro:: the Negro with cash in the
exist in the ness class Is essential but it .
Negroes was sounded in the National Business relative economic families51.7 per cent fall bank, is in a position to lead. .
Atlanta today by Whitney M. League.Mr. situation between Negroesand within that cate.& Y. lie is the vanguard of the must be prepared to shoulderits
executive directorf whites, Mr. Young stresses To combat this situation his responsibilities and look
oung Jr., Young said that past future if he will put moneyto
[ the National Urban League. barriers to Negro participation the need for the creation of Mr. Young said, "We need to work for him in a creative beyond the potential profitsto
jobs its position as the economic -
"The Negro as an employeill in business, such as through expanded Negro step Into the future and take way. He cannot think only of
business backbone of the community. -
be prone to layoffs, un- discrimination and lack of activity. Recent advantage of its opportunities. his own convenience. We cannot ."
mployment and low wages. credit sources, are fallingand figures show that the median Negroes need to be not only at this stage, afford the
he Negro as employer will ben the Negro businessmanis income for Negro families in consumers but producers.
| a position to be master of in a far better position than in the South is $2,898, only Their growing income must be>i
dis own fate," he said. previously. "As past bar- 44 percent of the national put to use within the com-
Mr. Young delivered his riers fall, new challenges median of 6560. Taking the munity to generate still more
$3,000 per year figures as the dollars. 10 Years Ago
ddress to a luncheon meetng appear. Integration is a two- Only through a dra-
of the Economic Development way street, and Negro busi- poverty line, 20.7 per cent of matic improvement in the
southern white families may economic state of the
Institute, a three-day ness must rise to its chal- NegroIIIIIIII
onference on expending op- lenges as well as its oppor- Judge Snowden


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DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE i"tii'i NiELECT

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CLARA (Mrs. Ralph ) To EXTRA buy start a home fund children's MONEYTo education -


To pay off debtsOr Pull Lever 22B For Justice
even start a savings

account Charles H.
Drive a cab full or part Judge
time. Interesting work as
you are meeting new people SNOWDENJustice
constantly!!

ZILBER TAXI
1025 W. Flagler Street
Indef of Peace District 1





Lever Roland Rolle Lever


31-BDEMDcRATlc 31-B
COMMITTEEMAN, DISTRICT 17

BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE

Teacher in Dade County for 8 years

Education:
OESTERLESchool B.S. Florida A&M University f
M.S.. Indiana University

Member Mt. Zion Baptist Church

Director, Dade County Classroom Teachers,
Board Dist. 4 Association

fi. Treasurer, Political Action Committee for

(Lever 218)) Education
District Commissioner, South Florida
Council, Boy Scouts of America
ENDORSED BY:
FOR DYNAMIC Member Young Men's Christian Association

THE MIAMI HERALD LEADERSHIP ELECT
THE MIAMI NEWS ROLAND H. ROLLE Help change the Dade County Executive Com-
mittee into a vibrant action organization.VOTE .
SOUTH DADENEWSLEADER
AFL-CIO LABOR FOR ROLAND H. ROLLE

THE INDEPENDENT PULL LEVER 31 B

DADE COUNTY CITIZENS COMMITTEE You can vote for ROLAND H. ROLLE at the

SOUTH DADE POLITICAL ACTION LEAGUE following precincts:

GOOD GOVERNMENT LEAGUE 65, 74, 75, 76, 87, 88, 278,279t



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i 22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 0, 1966I
.
I FORAND ELECTEDAt

the regular board meeting Round AboutTalk
of Roosevelt Savings and
I' Loan Association, Paul R. t. ..a" I
: Forand, executive vice president "J
and directorwas elected .
treasurer of the Association.Mr. .
Forand has also just I BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL r..
been elected president of the
Society of Savings and Loan J. Mangum, regional director of EOPI and lovely
Mortgage and Servicing"'Officers Juanita Brashear, Brooklyn school teacher's weddingMay
:: for Dade and Broward 6 That beautiful coed, Cheryle Pride of r
Counties. Tampa and daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Pride.
lie also has been elected Cheryle is to compete in the Miss Tampa Pageant a
Vice Commander of the VFW
first Florida soul sister to compete for "Miss Ameri
Post 3559 of Miami Beach and
I vice president of the Edison ca" The Lou Rawls (he's a famous singer) in
Center Lions Club.HOUSE court for divorce action Blind soul singer Ray
Charles in Boston's McLean Hospital taking dope L:1 t
exams to find out if he has kicked the habit. br- A1 i ,I
i
r
;
BIG BUNNY RECORD COMPANY, owned and I
operated by Chris Jones and Associates, located at /
OF 300 West 55th Street hopes to compete with Berry r ",J ;
Gordy's Motown Co. Bunny Records also has a New -
REPRESENTATIVESGROUP Talent Dept. for beginners and new hopefuls. Think
you've got it? Then try it. t
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20ENDORSED THOMAS A. WELSTEAD, vice president and CLUB WOMEN HONOR CONGRESSMAN MINK-Congresslady Patsy Mink, Ha,
general manager of Miami WLBW-TV, jetted into New waii, was the recipient of the 1966 Distinguished Service Award of The Washington -
York. ,Brief interview concerning!! Martin L. King's D. C. and Vicinity Federation of Women's Clubs, a unit of the National
plan to invade Miami with a boycott. Mr. Welstead Association of Colored Women's Clubs, Inc. Mrs. Mink, who was principal speak.
feels that Miami has advanced in the right directionover er for the organization's annual Scholarship Luncheon, is seen second from left
the years as far as integration is concerned. at the Mayflower Hotel event in Washington. From right are Mrs. Gladys G. Taylor
I Better jobs, better housing, also in politics. The ,TW&VFWC president and Mrs- Mamie Reese, Albany, Ga., who is president"
living standard is much higher among,the Negroes in of the 70-year-old NACWC, headquartered in Washington. At left is Moss H. Ken-
Miami than even in most Northern cities. King would dricks, the Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta which supports the Awards Program of NACWC.
confuse the issues, bring in suspicion among the Mrs. Mink a member of the House Education and Labor Committee, was honoredfor
people which can 'cause violence to start. Mr. Wel her contribution to the fields of education and labor.
stead feels also, that the local Negro politicians of
L Miami have done a wonderful job, so far, and don't

problems need one of from Miami.the outside that doesn't really know the THE MOMENT OF TRUTH


ELECT
MT. PISGAH SDA WOMAN'S DAY SUCCESSFUL
Mrs. Mildred Brown opened the service, Mrs. Etta -
Bowles sang the Lord's Prayer; solos were sung THE MAN OF INTEGRITY
IG by Mrs. Guest and Miss.Barbara Glenn; duet by Mrs.
Marie Crocket and Geraldine Williams. Others who
took part were Pastor R. L. Woodfork, Irene Randolph,
Mrs. Genesta McPhee Sweeting, District Ten PTA
Council, gave a speech on the Modem Woman; Mrs.
Marie Bethel directed the affair. Spotlighted on the
program was Carolyn Landy, 12-year-old daught of
Mrs. Susie M. Landy, 1315 NW 65th Terr. Carolyn Y TAI W, .i I .
showed a plenty of talent playing the piano and sing
ing. She should go far with proper training.
.
I '
PONEY' STABLE PROP. HOSTESSES Grace G
Smith and Louise (Poney) Williams returned to New
York with your reporter and made the roundd of' the
night club circuit, including such places as 125th St. IiI
Palm Cafe, Small's Paradise, Count Basic, Willie
Bobo's Latin band.is there and the famous Shalimar
Club on 7th Ave. This was on a Friday nite. Saturday
nite we took in Big Apollo show with WWRL deejay ,
,
Rocky G in charge featuring the Marvelettes, Billy I
--E Stewart, Percy Sledge, Wayne Loguisice, James Carr,
the Van Dykes, the Devons, Lou Lawton and Robert
Parker, also the Spinners and Reuben Phillip's band.


MRS. ELIZABETH (Voohess) DANIELS sponsored -
a very nice social affair at the Ephesus SDA Church
May 8 in West Hollywood. Featured was the popularity -
contest, a very successful affair. .
.
.... ,
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY .
Joe McPhee, 645 Westchester Ave., Bronx, dedicates
Hold On, Sam and Dave, So Nice While It Lasted to PAUL BAKERJUDGE
Phyllis Albury of Richmond Heights Percy Sledge
Whem a Man Loves a Woman to Patricia Davis .
Li Joe Allen 209 W. 87th dedicates James Can's You
"
; Got my Mind Messed up to Jean King, a 3rd Court
lovely and Greetings to Robert Greason and Douglas
I -
tI! Mims. CRIMINAL COURT Lever 19-A

CAR ACCIDENT David Green and brother, (
i I George and Eddie Bethel were in a serious accident ENDORSED BY:
iI May 6 enroute to the induction center where Georgewas MINISTERIAL LAYMEN'S VOTER REGISTRATION COMMITTEE I

headed for the Army. The headon collision injured DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATS ASSOCIATION r
George seriously with head, back and arm injuries. SOUTH DADE POLITICAL ACTION LEAGUE
Eddie Bethel suffered three broken ribs. They were
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI HERALD MIAMI DAILY NEWS I
taken to Doctor's Hospital in Coral Gables. -

BY
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rr THE MIAMI HERALD The Man Who Gives Money 1
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THE MIAMI MEWS :i
"Any ...... 'in the world' Back To Taxpayers
wRAt'&ABUS' TIKES yaw went to go" ; .
f 9HLE AND BE HAPPY"
Jt
T/< NORTH DADE JOURNAL
MOlle 47 THERE'RE BETTER DAYS FOR DADE AHEAD .

MIAMI STAR 1IIDIIftftTlREL '' AGAIN ELECT

( MIAMI TIMES 8111lU11

r Pitt, ,Pdfflcal Action. "Your Neighborhood1. Troy. Leo Furlong

tontnHfco forT HKaIIeI Agnta"At
I i 4, .
near to yow o your
e 6UIDf .. .......... Civ M. a call. \ YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Wo ...",.... 1104 NW 3rd
HIALBH HOME NEWS North Ar. ,FR Manager.nin 9.8451Cho.. .. C. DEMOCRATIC GROUP 15 COUNTY WIDE VOTE

imm" *"rntr fi''! rHfflf Miiinmn! : : .tut: V"? > .' (PD. POL. ADV.)

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THE MIAMI TIMES,, Friday, May 20, 1966 23

to winning, he romped off with the Derby, lost the

Preakness to Hill Prince, then came roaring back to
frZi..eo yu Looking the capture'the Belmont.

Native Dancer, the sire of Kanai King missed the

I Triple Crown with a Derby loss; Kanai King's Derby
a / SPORTSWORLD win seemed to matched his sire's staying power and ,

+ is reputed to have more speed so should be favored

with the shorter distance and sharper curves at Pim-

lico.
,
However the dust flies Kanai King is the horse to

\ '" BY, HAR.fiEP. ". I AY LEO ARMBRISTER Over beat.

.,...... ..... ;I r'lfl ,... .... ". ., .
A NEW ADDITION TO MIAMI''' MARLINS CallCHARLES
CANDIDATES RUN THROUGH A ROUGH

Dunray (Donnie) Harris is a humble young man SCHEDULE ENROUTE TO TRIPLE CROWN

It was discovered that 1 he is related to one of the ROGERSAT
Eighteen have hoofed by since the incom-
Major League's top stars (a cousin) but Harris pleaded years
parable Calumet Clipper, Citation has worn the Triple
"Please don't use that |n the paper. I would hate Crown of Racing, and he was the last to complete
to gain anything off his rftme. I want to make what :I PL 1-7502

do on my own. Not by the aid of my cousin's name. sweep.This
week Pimlico the
at Kanai will
King
secret is still our0, Dunray. The go
the personable 18
So second leg of the distance and try to annex the second For A Good
year-old native of Oakland, Calif., has made quite a Buy on
leg of the distance and try to annex the second jewelof
name on his own. At Oakland Technical Highschool F-
sports
the traid, the Preakness, and there are high hopes
he standout in three baseball
was a sports ( : ,
that this colt will break the haitus that has
long run
basketball, football). Us also starred in American A Piano
for a dozen and a half years. Organ
Legion baseball and in the Oakland Amateur League ,
This optimism that be taken with
must
a great
he is an outfielder and first baseman with
Although portion of pessimism is what sharpens the doubt of the
Rebels he also pitched in high school this
the Salem men who breed and take the thoroughbreds through Scott Stereoor
past season, winning nine of 10 decisions, hurling two their paces.
and nohittetAt bat, he slugged
a out a
shutouts They want to believe that their horses are being
after a .320 mark the before. For Orchestra Instruments
.486 average year
bred for greater stamina and durability because that is
three years, he was all <;ity. Playing in the Amateur
the name of the fame; but their hopes are being undermined -
League, making it two years as, a pitcher, last year
by the ever increasing list of first class colts.
as both a pitcher and outfielder. His American Legion These colts are being led back to the barns becauseof
team has an eight year championship streak going and injuries. ". '+
his high school team won One corwn with Harris a mem '. !
This year, it was Buckpasser, Graustark and Sa- itii
ber. Manager George Detore tried the 6-1, 172 poundei fell but
bre Mountain that victim to the injury in recent '
at first base before Dave alley, won the job and now ,
years, First Landing, Tim Tarn, Dark Star, Never
he's back at his customary position. His play isn'tflashy.
Bend, Duke and Sir Gaylord have made flash appear-
He just goes about his work, keeps getting the
ances on the Triple Crown circuit and faded out be- ..
job done, getting base hits and hitting the long, too cause of injuries.
Pirates feel he has a bright baseball
The Pittsburgh <
There is little doubt that breeders are putting M
because he's somebody's cousin because
future. Not much emphasis on speed because this is the motiva- t .
he's Dunray Harris. He now is the property of the
tion of the money wheel in racing; now how much is
which is farm of the Baltimore Orioles
Marlins, a team
being sacrificed for stamina and durability for speed

maybe the telling answer in the number of injuries
The Marlins will play West Palm Beach this Fri sustained.

day and Saturday, May 2021. Game time 7:30: p.m. Jimmy Jones, the famed Calumet trainer, pointsout

that it would take a super horse to maintain the
* *
schedule that these modern day horses are subjectedto.
Leroy Daniels, track coach et North Dade High, .

will join the North Mimi coaching staff this fall The many 3-year-old stakes on the winter agendasin

Daniels will coach track and football. North Dade Florida and California pushes the Triple Crown VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner

will be phased out after this season. The schoo;1 candidate from January through June; it is supernaturalfor

finished second in the recent FIAA track meet. a horse to race such a schedule and still be at N.W.54th St. I N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8795

in the four short weeks that the
peak encompasses
*' Triple Crown running. MIAMI, DAILY & SUM. 9 TO 9 P.M.

Andy RobustelliMavY at name in the National A glaring example of what the performance of a IN BROWARD CALL,.JA'2-5131 -....
Football League as a defensive end fo the Los An colt not racing on the Citrus Circuit can be is King

geles Ram and New York Giants from 1951 to 1964 Ranch's Middleground, one of those who came nearest

was named coach of the Brooklyn Dodgers of the

Dodgers of the Continental football League by General: ,!

manager Jackie Robinson, 4

JUDGE BERNARDBERMAN
Some All City 1966: Mile Relay (49.3) 440 yard t

dash, James Jones, CurleV; long jump, Arthur Spicer,,

Northwestern, shot put, Adam Morrision, Northwestern;; *\ .

880 yard relay, Carroll Wooten, Northwestern; sprint

medley relay Curtis Larkin, Northwestern; 440 yard a

dash, Jerry Bibby, Northwestern; high jump, Samuel
Payne, Northwestern; sprint medley relay, Randy

Gaitor, Northwestern. 0

Northwestern, who Mon the county track title a 000 Pull

third straight year, placed four athletes with Curtis 0 Pull

Larkin and Carroll Wooten coming off the champion- 0 Lever Lever

ship 880 and sprint medley teams.
22.A 22-A

All City 1966 Baseball: Second team James: :Mack BorUty't Ber tend n

Parmer third base Northwestern, record 447. Honorable Restaurant welcomes oil of

mention Larry McFarley Northwestern. his old friends and is looking

everyday to meet new friends.We .
GULFSTREAM PARK with home
eon serve you

Winner of the $100.000 Fla Derby at GulfstreamPark cooked food and old Hickory

have scored an enviable record in the Preakness barbecue. I am sure you will __..,.
Stakes at Pimlico. enjoy it, if not, don't tell aMend -

Florida Derby victor to repeat in the Preaknes s tell us. June 3 l'I .1
Ache, Carry Back, Can- I i
were Nashua, Tim Tam, Dally .; .
dy Spots and Northern Dancer. Florida Derby winners I JUDGE J' ,

which finished second at Pimlico were Correlation,
18 YEARS Of RESPONSIBLY !' ; BERNARD BERMAN ;I}.
Needles and
Ridan. I
BUILDING SERVICE TO .>: PRESIDING I .. ,'
of the Florida j ,
Based the performances .
on past THE COMMUNITY I ..
Derby champions, Williarjiston Kid, official hero of the ',i" ,
;
excellent chance of When.BUYING or BUILDING .; .. _I w..1 I I :i iLJ
1966 Gulfstream classic, has an lJe.( J! : ,:
winning the Preakness despite his current longshot CALL STANLEYPL .. itl .,I ,....'. t

status.No: Derby for A CENTRAL LOCATION FOR YOUR JUSTICE OF
Florida 13101Bsautilul
the
other race can match COURT DISTRICT
I.
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THE Friday May 20, 1966

I VfW ActivitiesOpaLocka's Buddy Our Poppy Post will Sale have on Friday its- BUNCHE PARKELEMENTARY

and Saturday, May 27 p
V.F.W.Post to serve the Post to utmost and 28th. this year. .And p w I
did know? The Buddy On April 21 the resource
5693 which never seems to Ed. Brown,our first Com- you
Poppy, sold annually by the class of Bunchc Park Elemen-
; run out of activities held its mander and a past commander -
I annual election of offlcersfor in his own right was Veterans Of Foreign Wars tary School presented a very
,. I "U" the years 1966-1967. elected Trustee for three is a replica of the poppies interesting and timely assembly
which World War 1 soldiers program. Judge Dixie Chas 1
Kernell Dames,a past com- years.
mander, having served this Emory Gibson,past Chap- found growing in Flanders tain of Dade County Junevile
office for four terms; and a lain, and 1st for manyyears Field In Belgium. Court was the guest speakerfor 0
District Officers was elected was re-elected and also COMING: Maycock's the occasion. She gave the
Commander.W. scored a double-header for V.F.W.. Annual Dream Boat, audience many pertlent facts
C. Covington, who the day. He was also reelected BOAT RIDE, JUNE 4th. regarding the problem of school
District Chaplain at Tickets $1.50 one dol-
has the Youth Group at heart yes school dropouts and impressedupon I .
an earlier District lar and a half and the Post '
the boys and girls the importance --
I elected Sr. Vice Comm. Cora
was that was held at the can't figure how he will break
i{ Robert Jacobs, Jr., another City V.F. Post. After much even or keep from losing of continuing their
past commander was debate as to who whoud nom- education.
this Since May- RE-ELECT
( money year.
Other highlights of the pro
elected Jr. Vice Comm. inate Gibson and Gibson anda
is
cock a top promoter
Oliver Maycock, another only, dosing the nomina- members gram were a solo by Keith
est-seller the are
Past Commander, and for- tions, Gibson was praised by wondering did he talk Capt Tynes, a piano selection by TANNIE[
The of Florida Laura Wilcox and poems by
mer Quarter-master who has Department Kay out of the Dreamboatfor ,r
been recognized by the Na- Officers who were present free. Gerlad Clark and Errol Mizel.

tional standing Headquarters was elected Quarter-as out- ACTIVITIES COMMUNITY IDEAN tt"j

master for this year.
,. ..ti Charlie Oats, Judge Ad- Members of Post 5693 COMMITTEEMANFOR
vocate; Ray Johnson, Sur- met at the Parkview School
geon. These are two of the and installed 100 Reflective ./
newer members of 5693 that Tapes on that many bikes intheir r DISTRICT 17 ,tIll '
are full of ambition and able "Lite.Bike"program.

__ EXPERIENCE If you vote in the following precincts you
r can vote for Tannie Dean
FrpMESOR4)( > 74757677858788277278279DUTIES


OF A DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMAN:

tic I4ENDRIEyvuRnADEcWn ELECT ((1)) To establish and maintain on effective political
organization in each precinct the year round.
JUDGEFRANK (((2)) To assist in getting Democratic voters, who are
sot registered to vote.

tM1ERt ((3))' To get Democratic voters to the polls OH election
SCHOOL BOARD do.,.

tSl1\\a (ciotny vme VOtE ((4)) The Committeemon ,is charged with the responsibility
of establishing committees to set vp
far pools, babysitting committees,poll watchers,
STATE REPRESENTATIVE otc.

GROUP ELEVEN ((5)) The main responsibility is establishing and
0ii maintaining OH effective patriotic party organ!.
notion from the ceeirty and precinct levels.
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