The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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43. No. 39 MIAMI,_FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 27. 1966 24 PAGES 15* :

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p Cops Sic Dog on Boy, High Beats Burns 1

Coral Gables Sued i; By 86,000 Votes i

For $100,000A Integrity- won out over ra- At a victory rousing partyin I
cism in Florida's Democratic the Everglades Hotel High ,
I runoff primary on Tuesday. told his jubilant supporters :
woman who claimed that they found him on the school Robert King High, diminu- "Let this election be a

three Gables policemen grounds about 10 p.m., allegesMrs. tive Miami mayor, engineered new beginning for those of us J.
sicked a police dog on her Walker. 'smashing upset victory over who live in Florida. Let us .j
15-year-old grandson has sued The suit claims that when race-baiting Gov. Haydon begin to make our schools and I
the City of Coral Gables for Duncan reached the top of the Bums with a resounding 86,000 universities the finest in the

$100,000.In fence, he was ordered to namea r. vote margin. High polled country.
her Circuit Court suit companion who had fled.
to Burns
585,429 499,328. "Let us attract more new ''I
Mr,. Mamie Walker said the The suit says that when the business and new industry because I
refused at the officers' High's victory was es-
incident occured last Nov. 26 boy Florida is a better
command the dog lounged at pecially sweet to his Negro \
on the grounds of the George
place to live. Finally, let us
who became incensed -
him and pulled him to the supporters
Washington Carver High
begin to honor integrity in all
when Burns injectedthe
School at Grand Avenue. ground.
238 our public enterprises and
Duncan's back was injured race issue into the cam-
Doyle Duncan, her grandson politics."
was ordered by the policemen in the fall, the suit paign after his narrow escape Negroes in Florida hope
to climb a fence after claims. Burns wooed primary.and won a that this marks the end of the'black

"" ."" -t. good percent of the Negro vote versus white in Florida

",. ; a I ,t.r.J0.G'" I I1 N.wimtif in the first primary, but he politics. Far too many major
ilfctfty City
"" ,:' .. panicked after he didn't win issues have been lost in the
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; ( ; {' J i ? ..iJ; big in the first go around. The cloud of racial charges that
were designed to appeal to the
iiJl'ritltmS.Jt"fl( I MAYOR ROBERT KINO HIGH Governor gambled the Negro emotions.
vote against the much larger
'- --- Governor Bums did his j-
out to five times as much segregationist vote-and lost. '
will be five times
best to picture High as the \
more lightning on streets in light. Officer Charged With Negroes around the state Negro and NAACP-backed i
Vice Mayor Stephen P.
Liberty City beginning in voted for high as much as 8 to candidate, but the trick did .
July, it was revealed at the Clark an d other officials join 1. In Dade County the marginwas not work. And because it did

monthly meeting of the Cityof ed merchants, architects and Hitting NurseCharges 4 to 1 in the predominantly not Florida is a much better
other citizens at the session
Miami Fix-Up Committee' Negro precincts. place to live today.
at rehabilitating and
at the Municipal Justice
renewing the area around NW of assault and {ally equipped car and that
,7th. Avenue and NW 62nd St. battery have. ,beeltlllbr-rnade; he ,and, Mr II.Johnson had ju.t,
.' 'Ed" Francis of the 'Miami '" Businessman Jack White- against a Miami motorcycle picked up.. a toy for a young Portlock: Named Commwnity .

Department of Public Works lock called on commercialand patrolman allegedly hitting the polio victim when they were t

reported the street lighting residential property own- Negro nurse of a crippled stopped by the officer at SW Affairs Coordinator For Phila
improvement program for Edi- ers to "embark upon both a inventor. 8th St. and 15th, Ave. *
son Center and contiguous short-term and long-range Officer Renwick Lawrence Lerman stated that the of- M
neighborhoods, now underway, program of area rehabilitation. McGraw, 30, of 10530 SW ficer stopped him and told Smith Kline and French Laboratories -
will see replacing of 411 in- ."He cited recent property 199th St., is due to appear on him to get out of the car and Philadelphia,,, n
'., cadescent lights with 1,022 improvements by the Roosevelt the charge in Miami municipalcourt then later charged him with Pennsylvania announced re r
mercury vapor lights in the Savings and Loan Asso- June 2. failure to yield the right of cently the appointment of

area from NW 54th to NW 71st ciation, the Lincoln National Mrs. Willie Cell Johnson, Carver A. Portlock,director of, ,1 ;.
streets, and from the north- Bank and United EducatorsLife 24, of 2151 SW 89th Court, way.The inventor said Mrs. Alumni Affairs at Bethune- I
south expressway to NW 17th Insurance Co. charged that McGraw punchedher Johnson is his part-time nurse. Cookman College, Daytona +
Avenue. Mrs. Rose Gordon, Miami as she stepped from a car She also holds a contract to Beach, to the 'position of ter,

Each new light is twice as realtor, is chairman of the which her employer was driv- handle the manufacture and Community Affairs Coordinator. t"i,4 ,
strong as those replaced, and group organized some years ing Saturday night. distribution of many of his x
we are putting in two and one- ago at the suggestion of then Monroe Lerman, 36, of inventions' for the handicappedunder Portlock will assume du-
half times the number of lights City Commissioner Mrs. Alice 2151 SW 89th St., a paraplegicsaid the name Murray Driv- ties June 1. At the new post rN't
said Francis. "This comes Wainwright. he was driving his spec- ing Controls Co. he will organize a program to a' a
-- bring together, through refer-
ral and direct contact, the +

Carroll Gets 51,069 Votes In LosingEarl services agencies of city(as,)statefederalgovernments well and the as volunteer residents sJ

Carroll lost the De- Carroll piled up a total of one of Dade's 326 precincts.In Dick Renick, Marshall Harris of the Philadelphiaarea.

mocratic nomination to the 51,069 votes only to be the Senate races Tom Sandy D'Alemberte,Harold .. A
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House of Representatives to swamped by Firestone who Spencer, Ralph Poston and Featherstone, Vernon Hollo- Portlock, graduated with
George Firestone in Tuesday's racked up 73.405. The young Lee Weissenborn won victories way, Carol Singleton, George honors from Booker T. Wash- CARVER PORTLOCKhas
runoff election but he main- insurance executive was an Tuesday. They will join Ed- Firestone, David L. Brower, inton High School. lie was
tained his record as the top overwhelming favorite in the mond J. Gong, Robert L. She- Robert Hector and Robert awarded a scholarship to done graduate work towards
Negro vote-getter in Dade predominately Negro precinctsand vin, and Dick Fincher, all of Brake. Bethune-Cookman College a masters degree at Syracuse -
County. got votes in almost every whom were selected three where he become the first University.An .
weeks ago. They will join Jeff Gautier, graduate with the Bachelorof army veteran, he servedin
The 12 winners in the House Robert C. Hartnett and Robert Arts Degree in Religionand Korea and the continental
U.S. Court Orders races on Tuesday were Dr. Graham, all nominated on May Philosophy. lie joinedthe United States. He is a memberof
Walter Sackett, Gerald Lewis, 3. staff at BCC as assistant St. John's CME Church,
instructor and Drama Imme- NAACP and the Omega Psi I
__ _
Alabama Negro u diately after graduation. He Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Counted Schoolboys Held Door-To-Door Survey

Votes in farm Store I

The Dallas County Democratic demonstrations. Thousands of Find New
To HousingMiami
Executive Committeewas civil rights workers were ordered -

directed Tuesday by U.S. arrested by the sheriff Robbery-Slaying
District Judge Daniel Thomas during the long drive which Housing Authority to NW 4th Street south along
to include six challenged climaxed the march from Sel- launched a door-to-door survey the route of the North-South
boxes in its tabulation of the ma to Montgomery in March I Five boys were held Mon- The five boys were taker Wednesday to help find Expressway. From NW Third
sheriff's race. The ruling is day by Miami police in con- out of school Monday by police I new housing for families who Ave. east to the East Coast
believed to mean that former 1965.Dallas County Democratic nection with the May 15 rob for questioning. One of 'will be displaced by express- Railroad tracks on the path of
Selma city director, Wilson chairman, M. Alston Keith, bery-slaying of a 64-year-old them led the officers to an way construction. the East-West Expresswaywill
Baker, will be delcared party said after the ruling, "Pro- night watchman. abandoned car six blocks MHA Director Haley Sofge also be covered.
nominee without a runoff. mises and decisions will haveno Police were also search- from the murder scene where said Tuesday, the survey The State Road Department
Sheriff James Clark had effect on the contest." ing for five other teenagerswho they found a sawed-off shot- would provide "detailed information plans to buy land in
contested the boxes from predominantly However, Keith said, the are believed to have par- gun, police said. I on family sizes and these areas during a six-
Negro districtsand committee would accept the ticipated in the pistol killingof Police said the boys told i incomes" to help public and month period beginning this
was upheld by the county Justice Department's tabula- Farm Stores security officer them a pistol had been concealed I private agencies find suitable summer, Sofge, said.
committee, which ordered a tion, which would give Bakera Erhard Ernest Loy. in the glove compart-:I housing for displaced families.
runoff. majority of almost 600 votes The watchman was shot' ment. It was missing Monday. Staff members of the Families will be told the
Clark, a chief target of over Clark and two other op- twice in the back with .38 The gang fled from the civil rights demonstrations in ponents. He said there would slugs while he was on duty at store after the shooting and will make the survey at the request their apartments, as wellas
Selma last year, was Baker's be no runoff May 31. the NW 7th Ct. and 54th St., dropped most of the $56 loot. I of the Inter-Agency Relocation the relocation assistance
main opponent in the race. Clark is contesting the police said. lie died Saturday They were turned over to Housing Committee.The they may expect from one or
Baker and Clark disagreed ruling. He said that Baker got night at Jackson Memorial Juvenile Court authorities area to be surveyedwill more of the public agencies
frequently on the handling of the Negro bloc vote. Hospital. Monday. run from NW 11th Terrace involved," he aaid.vhiv. .

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Phil Ossofer SAYS y s. i I I

One of the most Important speak English: because their enr. ,
causes of strife is lack local dialects were so differ- WORKERS ,
of communication; the In- ent. !
ability of men to understandeach Surely, in this day of In-
other because of stantaneous communications TOO I,
language barriers. While the only way we can
those who speak the same have a truly United Nationsis
language don't always a- for us all to speak the, Sen. George I Ii'
gree, peaceful arbitration in same language. This is a suggested in i'I'
disputes come easier if all vital matter which the United Sunday that I i i'i
speak the same tongue. Nations should study and tion be taken to I'I I'II i'I
The desperate need for an act upon soon. eral contributions
international language, professional I i'I
which would simplify communications workers."It I
through the When I think about revolu- just '
learning of only two lan tions, I think of the overthrowof istic for -
guages, (one's native tongue governments. I picture the to draw salaries
plus one world language to downfall of a despotic dic- times exceed I
be taught in every land,) tator whose iron-fist rule has highest official \
was Impressed upon me in finally aroused the people to community," .
which fol-
two experiences,
revolt. Revolutions are usually Noting that
low.In 1963, when I was in violent, bloody thrusts Education and
London to attend the Baha'I against injustices from which tee tentatively .1
World Faith Golden Jubilee the citizens have no recourseby move to limit to
(with some6OOOothermem- legal means. federal '
bers of nearly every land,) Our country has known this aries for :
I had the occasion to invitea kind of revolution against an Smathers said
fellow Baha'i from Ger- outside ruler who tried to oppress anti-poverty thank
many for a cup of coffee. He us by denying our not been one.'t Jack
spoke no English, and people self-government. How- should be. He Moore of EOPI .
I spoke no German. Fortunately ever, this country has also "I think it $70 in i
nearby was a couple known another kind of revolu- more realistic on a job with
from Iran, one of whom tion; one in which those who time achieve
spoke English and the other revolted did so, not to other- bitions and aims.
German. Both spoke Per- throw the government in au- The Florida
Help I
sian. Our communicationwent
thority, but to enable the re- said he felt a
like this:.I spoke to the
volters to receive the full -
be set up
Iranian who spoke English.She .
privileges and benefits of Economic furnishings
Persian conveyed to her my companion messagein living under that government.This handle the Hampton i
who spoke in Germanto revolution is the Ne- ,for the aged. and Com I
gro revolutionwhich has been and other
my new-tound triend. A
since the earlier days of Free
fought Enter-
few minutes of English
Persian-German and Ger-T American history. AS in all ,.....'...' $27.81 ;
man-Persian-English, and revolutions, the Negro revolution presented
we finally, had a "meeting: has had its heroes Join the next
of minds," so to speak, but, and ,martyrs, without whose were
gallant efforts changes would donors.
it was a difficult and unnecessary -
task, had we all not have come about. It is a are comfor-
known one common language revolution that is being won 1241 NW 62nd
besides our own. because the changes in the 1" 1" to the interest
Another such instance laws, long fought for,now provide Jack Grover and
the equality of all citizens -
took place at a United Na-
tions Day social held forfor- up to the point where
eign exchange students at the heart must take over. We
the University of Mami. A- have arrived at the point of Jesus, that we
mong the students were three legislative equality. ther as He loves
from India; one from Final victory will be way, the law of (BTW 1946)) \
the north, one from the central achieved when we begin to become the law of May 29
part, and the other from obey moral law as proclaimedby When all NW 68th St.
_ the south of India. In or- the scriptures: the Ten this fact, the for reunion
der for these students to talk Commandments of Moses and tions will be won, be on time
to each other they had to the New. Commandment, by Americans will be location and cut a door Shell City. Other donations

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II i 250 Attend Stimulating Community Action Assembly i I Ii IMore

than 250 representatives of 18 organizations them.Anyone who will not admit that the world operateson HOUSING IS HOT ISSUE
I were stirred by a dramatic call for increased community self-interest is a political illiterate," he declared.
I i, action, proclaimed by Mrs. Mildred Pitts, assistant "You can't get power without organization, and the The "hot" issue throughout the assembly ses-
federal program officer of the Community Relations day is changing when white men can pick the Negro sions was that of housing. Several speakers stressedthe
Service. The comely speaker, attractive enough to be leaders." fact that Negroes are forced to pay exorbitant
'; an odds-on favorite in any beauty contest, was pinch- Other speakers pointed out that business, unions prices for housing.Martin .
: hitting for Federal Director Roger W. Wilkins who had and industry must cooperate to alleviate the unemploy- Fine, chairman of Miami Housing Authority -
! been called on an emergency mission to troubled Wattsin ment and under-employment of Negroes, and that young said the community is making every effort to pro-
Los Angeles. people must receive the kind of vocational trainingthat vide adequate housing for,Negro citizens, at prices-
J Shooting her remarks straight from the hip, Mrs. is required for paying jjobs in; modern indus- they can afford to pay. "It is my firm and solemn belief -
I Pitts told the gathering at the Miami Urban League's try. (Incidentally, a Job Fair is being held Saturday, that unless everyone is adequately housed, no one
,, i sponsored Community Action Assembly held last Saturday May 28, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Miami Senior High School, is well-housed," said Fine. He further declared his
'jj that for the first time in 300 years, the Negroes at which representatives from more than 30 companieswill belief in integrated housing" a man should have the
I i of this country are making the United States Constitu- interview qualified applicants from minority right to buy a home anywhere if he has the money, re-
//1' tion a living document for equal opportunity. groups.) gardless of his race, creed or color."

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!+I ry "But equal opportunity is not sufficient to bridge y
;',(, the gap," she went on. "Federal laws must be implemented -
,,'M''n: by local action. The poor class of Negroes, fit., 1
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:'III l for further social and economic measures for improvement
: clearly emerges. Their unrealized expectations
;i have proved that,more than equality of opportunity is
: required; there must be EQUALITY OF RESULTS.
,f "The future of race relations will not be deter-
mined by what happens to a handful of middle-class
Negroes, but what happens to the poor majority," she
:. declared. "I often hear remarks from well intentioned a .
.. I i
! white liberals who say 'You've gotten civil rights; 1 .
what more do Negroes want.My answer is: 'Negroes
want for themselves what all Americans want." 6
I I' Mrs. Pitts challenged Negro leaders to stand up ,
and not fear to make controversional demands."Politeness 9
and harmony are not always virtues. The Boston
I' Tea Party was not a neat and tidy affair either." I

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This lovely group of community-spirited women, center is guest artist, the famous, Damito Jo. To her
In his keynote address, the Reverend Father members of the Greater Miami Urban League Guild, right is Betty Moss, Guild President and on her left Is
" I; Theodore Gibson of Christ Episcopal Church, declared recently sponsored a most successful "Fashion Inter- Eugenia Mitchell, chairman of the affair, who was as- I
,w. : "We have segregated schools because we lude," in Burdine's Hibiscus Room. Approximately sisted by Ann Lindsay, co-chairman.
.'h don't have integrated housing. Negroes are paying 300 socialites attended this affair. Pictured in the
I more for ramshackel housing than white folks are for r
some furnished apartments on Miami Beach."He stres-
, sed the need for organization and concerted efforts to
attain results. "When I was a youngster, my mother a ONLY *
would always say that God will provide," he said,
and added; "I did not believe it then and I do not be- '
lieve it now. The Lord helps those who help them- j
selves."' ;, Liberty Homes Estates
In his 'challenging opening remarks, Edward
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who moderated the panel discussion; said: you so
"Everybody is for the safe programs that end up in a ,
blind alley of little real accomplishment. They have
nots have got to get a piece of the pie. But people in '
power will not give up their power; you have to force

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E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher \\I 585,183
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes \ (i.J Enlightenedr4

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor "" Floridians
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Circulation-Advertising Manog.r As my father before me it is my desire to offer t Kill
better advantages to chi dren. This is no modern '
"tomb of the National N.wtpoport Publishers Association my J!< \
approach, but an inward drive that has motivated man t. Mr. Political RacismFrom
SUBSCRIPTION RATES achieve better thingsfor .
since the beginning of time to
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 offsprings.. A'father deems it to be able to. t>rc- whore I sit, Tuesday, May 24, 1966 shoul

vide for his children all the things he would like to be considered: as one of the greatest days in the hi<
Entered a* Second Class Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Poet have had but did not have. This is not true among Ne- tory of the state of Florida-It was the day when
Office'at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 who have been fortunate of the a
groes alone, but of men overwhelming majority people of this grea
Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 .. enough to have sired a child. state let it be known once and for all, race baitini
The background plays little part in a father's de- politicians are no longer. desired in public office.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The sire to offer more to his son or daughter. The poor
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best. lead want a better life for their young, yet so does the Yes, Tuesday, May 24, 1966 was the day whe
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords -.
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his rich. The plight of the poor man is easily understood 585,183 enlightened, white and Negro voters went t tc
human and legal rights Hating no ,man, fearing no man-the Hy most of us because it is average to be poor, but the'polls and chose liberal Miami Mayor Robert Kin;
Negro Press strives to help every man in the firm b.lI.f that to understand the problems of the rich you must first High over incumbent Governor Haydon Burns, one o
oil men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. be rich. The poor is burdened with the task of making the worst race baiters this state has ever known

money. The rich is burdened with the task of keeping

MAYOR HIGH WINS money, and one must be as dedicated as the other.A .
political announcement broadcast over our major

The political strife is over, the battle won, and Negro radio ,stations have repeatedly attacked Mayor iii
Miami will in all probability have the honor of seeingone Robert King High as an enemy of the Negro. They cite ,

of her citizens occupying the office of governor the fact that he has bypassed certain integrated ,

after the dection between Republican candidate schools to send his children to a private school. They
Claude Kirk and Mayor Robert King High in November.It also make mention of the fact that his children playin

is a history-making event. The incumbent Governor a yard as big as a football field while our childrenare
llaydon Burns had the support of all the former forced to play in slum areas. I don't know whose

mayors, most of the county officials and many of the brainchild this announcement was, but I feel they needa ": ',.
outstanding citizens of Dade County on his side, plusa mental examination. I consider this one of the cruel- .. Mir/4L
million dollars. While Mayor High had the support of est attacks brought forth by anyone. RACIM 4, '

Senator Scott Kelly who ran third in the primary, then This column is written on Mondays, therefore the ,8ogN

joined Mayor High in a vigorous campaign against votes for the ,runoff have not been cast, but it is my ? 72PP ai a
Governor Bums. It is to the credit of the free and independent opinion that the goal behind this announcement will .
electors of the state of Florida that the ..
not be reached. The purpose was to Negroesand
honor OlEO
goes. give Haydon Bums a better opportunity of winning
Mayor High fighting with his weapon of integritygave election feel
Regardless of the outcome of the I Mayor AY2.(1966
all he had and felt that victory would be his.
High has been subjected to unwarranted abuse. If it
The Miami Times endorsed Mayor High and felt he
has become a reason for political browbeating for a
had a good chance of winning. He did so by a vote of
man to want the best for his children than humanityhas
585,183 to 498,955 for Governor Bums.
really reached a low level.If .
You have our congratulations Mayor. Sorry Ye I could afford a yard as big as a football field
Editor was not able to attend the victory party. for my children to play in, they would have it. If I

could afford to send my children to private school,
NO INCREASE IN METRO TAXES they would be in a private school.

Metro's Manager Porter Homer concluding his first I'm sure this does not apply to my children only tic ;

year in office told the Greater Miami MortgageAssociation but to all our children. We are no different from our

that Metro will not have to increase taxes to fathers in this respect. They wanted the best they
operate the county government for the 1966-67 fiscal could afford for us, and we wouldn't really be good From where I sit the resounding defeat of Haydon

year. He said his proposed new budget "will strickly fathers: if we didn't feel the same toward our children. Burns brought us an extra special bonus The long
hold'the line." overdue death and burial of Mr. Political Racist. Racism

Manager Homer praised the cities for their cooperation has long been the tool used by southern politi

and the commissioners for having done a' cians to pit prejudiced white votes against Negro
good job. votes in order to elect segregationist and other misled

He also let it be known that Metro has no control office seekers. Let there be rejoicing that the ugly

over taxes levied by the school board, the cities or head of Mr. Political Racism is battered and his
the South Florida Control District. poisonous tentacles have been crushed to the extent
that he will never travel this state again spreadi

the venom of hate and distrust.It .
Governor Nelson Rockefellow of New York let it a

be known on Monday night that he is out of the presidential
running forever. He said he favored a 1968 is the firm belief of this writer that a tremen
ticket combining Michigan's Governor George Romney O dous lesson may be learned from the events of Tues
and New York's Senator Jacob K. Javits. I 4t A day, May 24, 16 namely: Even with a million
dollars a racist cannot withstand the force integrity.

CRIME STUDY y Yes, From where I sit, there will never be another
attempt to raise the ugly carcus of Mr. Political Ra
Dade County's law enforcement authority would cist from his cold, cold grave.
like to make a five-barrelled self-study costing

$40,000. Of this sum, they hope to get $20,000 from
the federal.government. My heartiest contratulations to you 585,183 stout-
State Richard hearted Negro and white fellow Floridians on your
Attorney Gerstein
says existing an-
ti-crime structure has not been able to cope with choice of a man of integrity over a "hog pen" politician
community needs. like Haydon Burns. I can now go about the

The plan calls for unifying police serviceseither r.n business of working to educate my children with a re
by abolishing .n : newed faith in their future and the future of the state
municipal departments or by greatly improving of
' coordination, particularly in communicationsand ,
record keeping. Also expanding the state attor ,.
ney's role in conducting investigations, Including a
six-month pilot project under which special "orga-
nized crime unit" would work under Gerstein. i2tdisiiakOitIir

Grand jury machinery to determine when the modi-
fied blue-ribbon system should be changed and whe- '; ?.... ,....( '. ", ..., -h .. :'::" "... .
ther it should be independent of officials in office, as LT. SMITH CONGRATULATES OUTSTANDING

a "people's body." OFFICER FOR APRILHo (

CUBAN REFUGEE AIRLIFTTwo Hum! He has done it arrests. He also assisted 71
again-Officer! Carpenter has Patrol Units in several Area
scheduled refugee flights from Havana Cuba
earned this "Outstanding Searches which netted three
returned to Miami empty on Monday and some others Officer" title three times be- additional arrests, including .. .... ,..,.:-'. ....-."". ........ .,../
were cancelled. Castro seems displeased about the fore-in April 1962, April 1963 two B&E suspects.For f,0.1"1\ hr. '"
killing of a Cuban at Guantanamo Bay. and January 1965. He also alertness and atten- .,,";."..-.......
The United won the Fraternal Order of
States claims the victim
was on U.S. tiveness to duty, good police
Police Bronze Medal of
side of the dividing line. His tanacity and has patrol techniques, teamwork,, Gentlemen:
Cubans flown to the United States since the reflected credit upon the entire and a consistency of effort Please accept our sincere thanks for the assist
shuttle began number 21,474. Department.Our during the month of April, I tance rendered us in the promotion of the Indianooolis
How many arrived as best they could is hard to staff made this month's am recommending Carpenteras Clowns Baseball Game and Show of May 2nd. We are
tell. selection based on the rec- a candidate for the "Out- happy to report a marked increase ot attendance over
standing of the
The United States has paid $9 million dollars to ommendation of Lieutenant Award." Month last year.
airlift Cuban to this country. Leroy A. Smith who wrote, We sincerely feel that but for your assistance and
"during this month, Officer As a token
of the in
Department's successful
encouragement, we would not hale been
Announcement by State Insurance Commissioner Carpenter has applied him- appreciation Chief this venture.
self well as an individual Headley approved two meritsto
Broward Williams that Mutual Omaha Insurance I re-
Com- officer and as a teamworkerin be entered in Carpenter's Yours in the interest of a better community,
pany, will build a multi-million dollar regional officein the K-9 Unit supporting personal file and presentedhim main

Miami is certainly good news. Radio Patrol. He is directly with the $50 gift certificate Very truly yours,
The 12-story building will be constructed betweenSE responsible for the recoveryof which is donated each
: 12th Street and 12th Terrace on the east side of seven stolen vehicles and month by our benevolentanon Neal Adams, Pres.
made two direct auto theft ymous donor. Brownsville Improvement Ass'nH.
Brickell Avenue. Construction begins later this year.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 27, 1966 5


Margaret Rose Char- lovely home of Mrs.

low and Bobby Lee Barron Booker T. Hayes was the
were married on the evening of setting for the meeting and

May 18, at the home of Rev. floral arrangements created
PROJECT HEADSTART and Mrs. E. A. Culmer,Among and designed by the Rich-
friends and relatives present mond Heights Garden Club
"When a child enters kindergarten or first grade, were Mrs. Mildred Bethel members on April 30. Mrs.
he usually has had many experiences playing wit a and Erma Femandcr The Isaac Henry received first

toys, scribbling with crayons, looking at pictures in ceremony was performed by prize for her arrangement of
magazines and books. Pre-school experiences like r Rev. L. A. Thompson. Fiji Mums against a background -
of Palmetto Palms in
these prepare little boys and girls forthe world of
.a a black vase, Mrs. Oscar Jefferson -
school, ready them for the tasks of recognizing shapes SPRING FORMAL
I took second place for
and letters, of drawing pictures, of counting and
I ( CONCERT AT a lovely basket of spring
measuring.But I J flowers and Mrs. Herbert
what if a child hasn't had these early ex- FONT BLEAU Ammons, third prize for her
periences? What if his home has been one drab room, /144 arrangements .:>f roses.
crowded with people, but devoid of toys, crayons, I The members of the Per- New members were wel-
books, or magazines? How can such children, from .I I forming Arts Society of the -..--- comed to the club by the
Paul La Pierre School of Arnold A. Aranha of 14361
families at the bottom of the economic ladder, take the president, Mrs. James Craw-
Musical Arts are presenting Carver Drive, Miami has been
to in Miss Anna E. Jackson ford.
presteps learning school? ,
their annual spring formal con- cited for special achievementin
Project Headstart is a federally financed daughter of Mrs. Ruby E. Refreshments were
attemptto cert in the Louis-Philipe the operation and applica- after the business session.A .
Parrott, has been awarded
answer this question." a Room of the Hotel Fontaine- tion of blood analyzing medi- Parrot for
trip to Jungle
fellowship to do ad-
NEA Journal, Oct. 1965In vanced graduate study at bleau late Sunday afternoon, cal electronic equipment.The the family and friends will
May 29th. As usual this is a citation was presented
study at Texas Woman's Uni- end our meeting until the fall.
Dade County there with private affair. The school is following a course of trainingin
are 18 centers an enrollment versity in Box lunches will be taken and
Denton Texas.
of 2,233 pupils, 91 teachers and 200 aides. Miss Jackson, a 1959 featuring Miss Christine the latest techniques of all leave form the home of
Volunteers are needed to help in transportation, story- graduate of Northwestern Hayes who is making her blood-gas analysis at Water-Instru- Mrs. James L. Marshall, 13000
debut.MUSICAL mentation
telling, art, music, social workers. Can you help? Senior High School, receivedher town, Mass. Harrison St. on Saturday, May

Will you help? Call Headstart office3773658.At B.S. degree from Knox- The technical seminar pro- 28 at 12 noon.
ville College in 1963; and her gram, designed for clinicaland
the Eight Annual Program Clinic sponsored by M.S. degree from Temple Uni- ANO FASHION SHOW research laboratory personnel FINE ARTS i

the Women's Division of the National Conference versity in 1964.She Come and bring your friendsto provides a thorough'CLASS AT BETHELThe
Christians and Jews, Inc., Florida Region it was is presently a teacherof the Musical and Fashion background in the use of a
mentally retarded childrenat pH and Blood Gas Analyzer.Mr. Production Class of
"Spotlight on Operation Headstart-1966. Show "Sip", sponsored by Mt.
Operation Headstart is a free-of-charge opportunity Little River Elementary, Calvary Baptist Church in behalf Aranha attended Ftori- the Fine Arts Conservatory,
for five-year-olds from deprived areas to catch-up be- School. of their Women's Day ida A&M University and is a under the drection of Ray-
fore they enter school. and Building Fund. member of the bio-chemistry mond Aranha will appear at
department of Mercy Hospitalin the Greater Bethel AME
An evening you won't forget -
Mrs. James W. Whitehead, presided. Mr. C. Clyde 1 y is planned for you. This Miami. He is the son of Church, 845 NW 8th St., May
Atkins, welcomed the guests. Miss Helen Stotle, director affair will be held at the Thelma Aranha of Richmond 29 at 5 p.m. This productionis

of the Headstart program in Dade County gave YMCA auditorium, 5570 NW Heights. given to aid the Sunday

the keynote address. A symposium of a teacher, Mrs. 15th Avenue, May 29 from 4 to *.* ... -, -, School with their Summer
Betty Chancy; a teacher's aide, Mrs. Mary Cash, and a 6 'p.m. Hear your favorite ;"I Join'
parent, Mrs. Roberta Cherry, gave interesting ports on .inaersl see the latest models. ''I", : ,' .. "/, Stokes is superintendent.Guest .
what Operation Headstart meant to them. Sis. Vivilora Green, chair- : '"I soloist is Charles
The biggest problem Dade County has encounteredso man and Rev. Samuel Atchison ". .NAAGP Fortson.Jack's .
far is getting children to enroll in this free federalaid ; : ; is pastor.ATLANTIC. -

program. So mothers, please--ee-ee enroll your
five-year-olds tnday! SOCIAL

Here from Buffalo, N.Y. was Mrs. H. J. Colemanto
attend the wedding of her son, John to Iva Mae are cordially invitedto
Turner. Mrs. Coleman the of and attend a Barbecue that will
was houseguest John
be given at 3038 NW 48th STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Connie Dillard.
_..____ ..._ ... _""_ u___ Terrace, Saturday, May 28 The Very Latest in M.n'* Fashion
until? Sponsoredby SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS r''
from 5 p.m. -
William and Nancy Pate have sublet their Liberty Miss Naomi Alicia Espyis the Atlantic Social Club. ITALIAN SHOES F
City home and returned to Detroit until next fall. retiring after 40 years of Come out and enjoy an even-
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
teaching. She graduated from ing of fun. Monroe Jackson,
Elizabeth (Bell) Smith and Pauline Davis of Nassau Howard University with a president, Johnnie M. Mosley J
B.A. and from New York --
are the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy George of public relations
with a M.A. degree. Follow- .
1348 NW 55th Street. ing graduation, she attended -

many outstanding universities -
Wedding bells rang for Vera Ann Williams and which contributed to her FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
Richard Desir'e. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Williams, parentsof certification of ten subject

the bride, will entertain friends with a reception areas. Her present interest is

honoring the couple on Friday evening. in psychology and rending.
She hopes to continue the F rtAl ,
study of reading and work in a r : f\
Henry Young has completed his student teachingat clinic p
private reading or open ;
Nathan Young Elementary School. Under guid-
one of her own.
ance of L. 0. Ivy, Mr. Young not only received val- Miss Espy holds a Rank I p
uable training but contributed to the 'Nathan Young Certificate-equivalent to a RENTAL

family as well. He has returned to BethuneCookmanto Doctor of Education degree by

complete his requirements for graduation.Bus the state of Florida. She is a
teacher at Miami Northwestern

riders are happy to know that the Metro Tran- Senior High School. AGENCY INC.

sit Authority has placed air-conditioned buses on i l

routes 4, 5, 11, 15, 15, 21, 23, 25 and 34. Cool riding
the hot ANNUAL TEA
during summer.

Bodie has little fiveyearold '
Erma adopted a pretty
daughter, Jennifer Joan. Bunche Park Social Club AGENCY ,IN THE SOUTH'; OPERATING IN
will sponsor its Annual Tea HON. L. BROOKS J.

of the
On Saturday, May 21 at 5 p.m. at the Church PRESIDENT J ..
Incarnation the Solemnization of Matrimony Nuptial p.m. at Bonded Rental Agency ____.,,_ u- J .
I ,
4150 NW 7th Ave. publicis I ;
Mass for Iva Mae Turner and John Herbert Colemanwere cordially invited to come P. HARTH,. GENERAL, MANAGER .

administered by Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear and Deacon out and enjoy the afternoon. \ .. .

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz | ",
Turner, 1890 NW 55th St. The bridegroom is the son of J I \ 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Coleman, Buffalo, New York. ,i

After a trip to Virginia and New York City, the CALLMtlvii Bonded also has employment service at main office
couple will live in Endicott, N. Y. :
Fox :. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

Get well wishes to Leroy Brown of Cedars of Le-
Ida A full time public relations' department to assist,yoii in solving your problems -
banon Hospital, James Henderson at Veterans; FORSTOCKSBONDS Plus a fleet of' cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience
and Grace C.
Francis at
Christian Dan
Miller at ; service, call PL 9-8733
\ On nights and Sundays for emergency
Wynn, recuperating at home. 1

nrnrws *" MAIN 'OFfiCE

The Dade County Conference on Civic Affairs '

held 'its annual town meeting on Thursday at St.Stephen's ";i': ;>',,,,s,1<4150 NW. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733Vandalism'done
Episcopal Church in Coconut Grove. \ '" ,
I : by a few Is pensive to all. Please help us stop this unnecessary evil.I' .

Happy birthday to May 26-Gloria Orr; May 27-Mi- '. '"r; .' C.A, Lockharr, Public. Relations Director

chelle R. Simmons, Sandra Edwards, May 28Ozie M. :.i- I., '

Miller, James Horne; May 29-Lynn and Lynda Williams; t' :I 9 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU -'&:,

May 30-Karen D. Evans, June 2-Viola Chinn. .. I .

\ i 17325_Homestead Are. '1163 M.W.3rd' Avo. FR W416
Memorial ; "
Day ,
Perrin*:; : JE 1675 N.W 6Ynd St., OX 6-24U

Save us, our Father, from either indifference or 1019 Honmcndville_ jgQj'Gland"Avf>. fis 5-138\

unseemly revelry in this solemn hour, less we mark I'RIDENTIAI: .Po.pono. WE i3-3235- 4NO N.w: 27||h "ve 10 HE 5.".,'.0 4,
those who lie in the quiet places they liberated from { 'I>?' 14255 N.WJ2I1d, Ave.Ooolocha ,. ',
in whose are the INVISTMfNT :MU 8-0617 ,
the scourge, and their comrades eyes / CORPORATION K ;

shadowed memories of the horrors they saw. Let us 7MIIISCAYNE BLVD, |, 512 M.W:.1'st A**.. Holfandal"WA' 7-2434 : \
finish the work they began '
rather gird ourselves to MIAMI, HA. 33131 / 1019 N.W.6th. .St.. Ft.! _laud.r4al JA /-3357 jll
to all our troubled ... ,..J/i\ .,,1 ., : r I
that God's peace may yet come Phono 7B9.S84O \ ''' .I ., 'J> ,.. .... *
world. ,- From the prayers of Peter Marshall i-iaLrAfLr jr-i-.tlM

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy,.ttor,27,1966 .

4 TO GRADUATE third trimester, according to |
list of
Round About I I.- r FROM FAMUFour tion released this week for gradual bvtkl

Office of Admissions and 1
Miamians are among cords. Re|
tl a total of 103 Florida A&M They include
TalkBY j University students expectedto accounting;Wesley Bryant Davis
/ complete requirements for instrumental music; BernarJ Jr.|
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL graduation from the Tallahassee W. Thomas, instrumental
institution on June 11, music and Betty J, I
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT The school the end of the first half of the speech correction. Tucker 1

nurse Ida Cask ins, 29, of 595 E. 167th St. N.Y.C" .
charged with ten counts of abortion before Justice
Joseph Sarafite. Arrested by Det. Nicholas Savino.
Miss Gaskins is a registered nurse and an officer in Singers

the nurse corps., she was a, favorite with the youngsters -
of P.S. 27, Bronx. Assistant D.A. Burton Roberts
refused to comment, saying the case is before the
Grand Jury. It's believed she was involved in the $250.00

school girls abortion scandel Nancy Sampson, f t4 !-
of 6818 NW 13th Ct., Miami is being held in $15,500
bail along with William Sawyer of Manhattan on charges
of illegally possessing narcotics and a revolver Week To Start

Arrested Thursday morning in Room 112 at the drive-
in Motel, 75 McCombs Pi. The police believe Miss

Sampson was a carrier of Narcotics in N.Y.C. "" National Records Inc.
The N.Y.C. trial of Police Harold Tytell ,
Dept. Capt.
r ,f y,'I. w J ,
and Pvt. Kenneth UHL in connection with the ordering ;,; It..J.. '1 '. ,, '". J\i ,I I .
of a Harlem mother to disrobe down to her panties in } ,'. .r /

in a public bar. The alleged victim, Mrs. Gertrude A1iJr.. 633-1255
Williams testified that Ptl. UHL led her by her hand .
.. :
to the kitchen of Joe's Bar on 125th St. Harlem and : '."

ordered her to drop her panties. He looked, laughed, df .. ,
and walked out. Carlos Cooks, Black Nationalist ..q..... ....,
Betty Jean Donaldson and Mr. Rucker is the son of
leader and the advocate of "Buy Black" was buried
Noar Rucker were married Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bennett, t Dine at
Tuesday in the "Resting Place of Warriors.." Long t
May 15 at the home of her 1612 NW 51st Terr. and attended -
Island Cemetery, age 53. He was a devoted followerof parents. Northwestern High NassauFranks
Marcus Garvey. Geo. Benta, 76, N.Y.C. Long The bride is the daughter School. : :
time major mortician, died Tuesday at Medical Center. of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jordan,
1611 NW 51st Terr. She attended A reception was held at + +
..., Booker T. WashingtonHigh the home of the bride. The
LINDA PRICE TEEN ;;.,? School. couple will live in Miami. i Restaurant
; .
MEX. Linda is the daughter \: JAZZ SHOW AT r
V ,,. t: + in Q t
of Mr. and Mrs. James : ''1. \ ,
Price of 4023 Nassau St., '" ) t Sir John

Tampa, Fla. Linda, now I'! ...,.'. I ,1" SUNDAYAlan :
1"j\ .
residing in Brooklyn with Rock, popular WMBM
her sister, Deletes Bellamy ;,- ,, disc jockey, will emcee ,a dOP + Hotel
11 :
at 302 Bainbridge St., jazz show Sunday afternoon t
is attending Bushwick High at the Rancher Lounge, 126that SERVING DAILY
Biscayne Blvd. The show t t
School. Just turned "Sweet NATIVE BOILED FISH
promises to be a real swingerand
16" this month of May. She } '\; I I s '" 'lN will feature the Jazz All Pigeon Peas & Rice Stewed Conch 4

went to Howard W. Blakein N i" I II \ Stars with Ira Sullivan and + Conch Fritters Conch Salad 4
Tampa and was one of Oiarles Austin, the John Thomas
I 00
'" 4 Crabs & Rice
: .: +
the Young Yellow Jacks.To .111"We're ;\ Trio and surprise guest 0
her parents, she dedicates I stars. 4 BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS O
Dee Dee Warwick's 1 A Souse Steaks Chops Shrimps "-

doing Fine" and "I Want to Be With You." MacBarI'Y'1 Bar and I (TAKE OUT SERVICE) T
Edwin Starr's "Headline News" to the "Soul Bro. and MIAMI TIMES Restaurant welcomes all of Thanks to all the friends that come by to see S

Sisters" of the Jacets and the Supremes "Love is his old friends and is looking +us. FRANK PRICE AT THE +
Like an Itching in My Heart" to friends and relatives.No everyday to meet new friends.We .
boyfriend. BRING can serve you with home : Sir John Hotel Restaurant :

cooked food and old hickory
a.m. to 11
AROUND NEW YORK OR MIAMI Mrs. Lucille Cru- RESULTS barbecue. I am sure you will + p.m. FLORIDA
mel, David Tembleton, Mrs. Etta Bowles and Elder enjoy it, if not, don't tell a .276 NW 6 STREET MIAMI,
James Bethel, delegates of the Seventh Day Adventist friend, tell us. June 3 ...............4s
Church made the trip to Atlanta, Georgia attending the <

church Southern Atlantic ,Conference Mrs. Eliza- Any building I design will have
beth Blossom Johnson,widow of the late Charles Johnson -
(mother of Rat Johnson) died May 3, at Kings- beauty and function but always

county Hospital of cancer Mrs. Aldine M. Bethelof with the human touch. .
West Hollywood, Fla. died in Philadelphia, Pa.
that's .22
Hospital after daughter Mrs. Edith F. Sapp of Camden, a must

New Jersey, rushed her by plane from Miami to Phila-
delphia Medical Center to be treated last week The gin I buy is London Dry.

Mrs. Bessie Cater Kirkland of 23 W. 123rd St. (ex Gordons. It's always brisk,
Miami Eastern Star to visit her
) sister Mrs. Lula Mae
Tynes, 734 NW 74th St. this month of May .Calvin dry and smooth. .To me,

Cambridge 'due to arrive in Miami this week for a Gordon's is a must."
month's vacation.

W. Fontaine Jones A I A, Architect and Chairman of the Board.
SPOTLIGHT ON LIBERTY CITY'S COTTON CLUB West Side Chamber of Commerce of New York. Architectural Consultant on Latin
I must speak of the fabulous time I had at the Cotton America.

Club! Mgr. Reggie Sandilands and his swinging bar- -L
maids Rosie Lee, Morey and Doris, the great band of
W. C. Baker, the unbelievable fire eating Kobra Man ,
and that beautiful singer, Little Cora (she's ready for
New York) can be my personal singer. "5 Stars to the
Cotton Club".


James Brown's "This is a Man's World," dedicatedto Y )V '
lovely Sandra Dozier, Pfc. James Johnson dedicates
Percy Sledge's "when a Man Loves a Woman" to
Sharon Y. Cliett, 51 Terrace, Miami Dade Jr. College-
grad The mighty Sam and Dave "Hold On! I'm f+ '
Coming" to Miss Dorothy J. Wilfork, Northwestern coed
Dionne Warwick "Message to Michael" Bklyn
concert debuted Sunday May 22 at Brooklyn Academyof

Music The Platters, new hit "I Love You
1,000 Times" to Altamease Smith, pretty N. Dade Hi-

de-icer Mrs. Vivian Long (formerly AlzoraGardiner a
) Bethany S.D.A. Choir starlet a very beautiful

item-to her it's Benny King's "So Much Love."
Deon Jackson's "Love Makes the World Go Round"to

Carolyn Estes, Miami Edison delovely Boston CORDONS
medics say Ray Charles (according to exams) has
kicked the narcotics habit. Joe Tex's "Hold on to
What you've Got" to Carrie and Johnnie Rhodes of DISTILLED
2480 NW 50th Street with the letter song. This is LONDONDRT'

Scoop Bethel saying "The Taxi Strike in New York n.r.nnru.rniMrnrw.n GIN .,
and violence don't pay. Time and tide waits for no gun
s GI",
week. It's the b crealeeLo"dun.. tngland In 1 NIIOOICT
man. See you next OF I.S.A.IDOl NEUTRAL SPIRITS ggost sellenn England, America and the world r


) )r 2 c' : l\
THE MIAAI' tIAE S, 'Friday; May '27, I 1966' 7

h.j I. f 1 OF 16 BEST

s DRESSED WOMENMrs. -'j 'r

Benjamin H. Groomes,
r counselor of women at Florida
a I A&M University has been r
chosen by EBONY Magazineas
A l1 one of its 16 Best Dressed
Women of
1966. Her husbandis
residence counselor at the
university. Mrs. Groomes ap-
pears in the magazine's May rA- 41i.
This is the beginning of a poll for the honor of issue wearing a champagne
Unofficial Sepia Mayor of Miami. This poll shall be pink crepe dinner gown by Dr.

held every two years, hence. Last week, I asked for Emma II. Kittles, professor of i. ,, I cc-
clothing and textiles at the -i
of candidates
names to be sent to me, and your re- school. EBONY characterizesall
sponse was beautiful. Our present unofficial SepiaMayor of the 16 women honoredas -1 J
Charles Hadley, shall have his name placed women on the go who t
first. The following are names I received: Charles skillfully combine homemaking I
Hadley, William Wynn, Jesse Nash, Willie Lamar, Nat careers, and outstanding
Vaughn, Judge John D Johnson, Eugene Kemp,Earl, civic activities.

Carroll, Ernest Hayes, Garth Reeves Benny O'Berry, _

Sam Moncur, Tannie Dean, Clyde Killens, Cherrye LEUKEMIA SOCIETY .-- "-- -. .;
Missl Boyer, Fletcher Paschal, Nicki Lee, Willie NAMES COMMITTEE
Chapman,Joe Kershaw, Neal Adams, Charles Lockhart, HEADSJohn participants in the 17th Annual Conference and Play Festival of the Florida Interscholastic .
Dr. J. 0. Brown, Atty. Henry Arrington, Charlie North, Speech and Drama Association which was held at Florida A&M Univer -
Basmajian, president
Patrick Range, Blanche Calloway, Jack Corbitt, Sam, of the Lukemia Society of sity recently. They are, left to right, front row: Leroy Washington, Booker T. Washington "J,
Cohen and Mayme Bondu. Dade County, announced the High School, Miami; C. Joyce Davis, Blanche Ely High School, Pompano
You will find poll coupons here in the Miami appointment of several key Beach; Veronica Cushon, Washington Senior High School, Pensacola; Altamese
Times, and the only way you can vote is to cut out committee heads today. Selected Teart, Jones High School, Orlando; Marsha Campbell, North Dade High School,
this coupon and put the name of your choice on it. to head the upcoming Miami; and William Upson, Jones High School, Orlando. Back row, left to right, are: :
Send it to me, by post card or letter,c/o Miami Times, blood drive are co-chairman William Anderson, North Dade High School, Miami; Clarence Brown, president of the I
6740 NW 15th Avenue. When the winner is announced, Donald Shea, president of the conference, G. W. Carver High School, Miami; Dr. Alphonso Sherman, guest critic
there will be an affair held in his honor, sponsored by City local Auto 702 and Parts Edward, Major Suss Fred, and judge, Southern University; Dr. S. Randolph Edmonds, founder-state director of
the Miami Times, when the winner will receive a key Sinclair Commandant of the the conference and head of the Department of Speech and Drama at Florida A&M
to the city and a plaque which will be presented by Marine Reserve Center, will University; Nathaniel Clark, Lincoln High School, Gainesville; Thomas Papino,
one of our city commissioners. So come on and get be coordinator of the county Mays High School, Goulds; and James Randolph, North Dade High School, Miami. -
I your votes in.PRETTY. wide drive for life-giving FAMU STAFF photo by Ernest Fillyau.
blood. Frank Toback, druggist -
i has been named chair-
--- -
BOY OF THE WEEK: Johnny White
man of Patient Aid. Robert
I :
Newman of Fred and Newman,
I PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Vera Hicks will chair Education and .
Speakers Bureau. Mr.,Newman A a ,
I GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Oral AllenA will make available knowl-
edgeable speakers on Lu-
1I few weeks ago, I wrote about the selling of kemia, including doctors and
1I bottles of booze in the various nite clubs and lounges. research specialists, to all *
civic and religious groups
1I The comments I received were many. A few club own- contacting the Lukemia So :; '
ers were a little upset about the article and a few ciety.
said they wished they could take the bottles out for- Irving Whitman, attorney,
ever, but they are afraid to make the move, fearing has been named Legal Coun-
I they would lose their customers. The reason I'm selor for the Society.

I against the bottles is and I repeat bartenders All chairmen are members
of the Dade County Lukemia
would be paid higher salaries, waitresses would
p Society Board of Trustees.
make better tips, musicians could get the union scale Anyone wishing to become, y t
p without having to make false deals and the owners a worker for the evercontinuing !
p would buy better entertainment and bands and improve fight against the dread
these clubs so that you would better enjoy yourself.You disease can volunteer, by call-
p may not believe this, but Miami is about the only ing Executive Director, Doro-
p place that this bottle business goes on, and only on thy Grant, 373-2624. :
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this side of town. If the club owners could get to- r- t:3
p gether and stop trying to cut each other's throats, '\ !i .-
they might be able to come to some sort of agreement -i-.z.I' -- --
about this. I am speaking of the Knight Beat, The Mary .ri1' LAW RECEPTION Mrs. Bette Wimbish, left, of St. Petersburg and a first
Elizabeth, The Continental, the James Club, The 'Ja'Pgf year law student in the Florida A&M University College of Law, serves Attorney
Parisian Room, The Tikki, Cafe Society, and any Raymond Watkins of the FAMU college of Law faculty during a reception following I

others I might have missed. All it takes is just one ) the recent Law Day program.Continental.
phone call to me, and I'll set up the meeting for all
booze pushers. I sincerely think it can work it -
does everywhere else. Let's face it,when we go down-
town or over the beach to have a drink and s see a

show, you never see bottles no sir, buddy! The
customer goes for the 2 or 3 drink minimum at $1.50to REVUE
$2.00 a shot. The price would not be half that, but
why does this side of the tracks have to be different.Of .
course, I know that there will be some people who t.uij: SjjQI r
will not understand this thought. From the way I see

it, everybody wins-the bartender, barmaid, waitress,
entertainers, musicians, club owners, package store FREDDY DIXON
dealters, landlords of the rented clubs, and believe it
or not, the customer. All the club owners have to haveis
one thing a meeting. And to do that, they need
guts to stand up for what they believe. You will come CONTINENTAL COUSINS

out on the better end of the deal, too.

Brothers, at the Beachcomber on Collins Avenue,
have one of the best shows in the state of Florida.

Here is a place you can be proud to take your out-of- MAXIE NEWBOLD
town friends. I have known Sal, lou and Rick for a

long time, and they are the greatest. well, almost, f
it's a tossup for the greatest is Kay Caroll and her
side-kick "Tommy." Kay is so fabulous there are no WILLIE HAMP

words in the dictionary to describe the funny Kay'
with the Richie Brothers,
Caroll.and you She surely appears don't nitely want to miss them I'm backin Cal Roberts Your Host & M.C

Nassau, still at Marietta's Guest House. c

These two bands at the James Club are very .. MIMI. AND.. GEE GEE .... .' .
good. The Sting Rays and the Rocketeers same .....- 411'1 It" ,
Newbold and his group. Bill Harris, .
for Maxie '
goes "
at the Satelitte Lounge, is selling more chittl next e r- _ ... _, ,I..' .: "IMN.. I.." I .., ,, .._ ... \ ',. ,
ling pizzas than he can make Due in town
week, Chickie Horne, Jeff Adams and Hank Haynie .
Gekrge Patterson is back from Chicago and sez he
couldn't stay away from Miami too long Medina .1. CONTINENTAL
Carney is back at the Hampton House after doing a

two week stint at the Playboy Club Any musician :: "j' ,. "" { ; .
'. 'it3?
with "
touch me
in !
who can read music, please
NW 57th St. Don't call- *
on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at 1161 "
just come "money honey" Again I am urging .
employers who need help, of any kind, to call meat

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Grads Return For BTW Reunion Wednesday n

Graduates of Booker T. Carolina State and New York
Washington High School will University who is now with
return to their alma mater the Head Start Program at
Wednesday, June 1 at 2 P.m. Robert E. Lee Junior High.
for the Annual Alumni Day Garth C. Reeves, editor of the
activities. Returning for their Miami Times will give remarks -
first reunion in 10 years will for the class of 1936.
be the class of 1956; for their i. Climaxing the program on
second reunion will be the
alumni day will be the presentation ,
class of 1946 and for their of the Elliott J. w 'a R yF
third the class of 1936. Pieze Memorial Scholarship
Award, Alumni of the Year,
The speaker for the classof VY
tXitstandinj Teacher of the
1956 will be Mrs. MariaA. ;rte Year and the Parents of the Y IY
Jerkins. Mrs. Jerkins. is a
graduate of Florida A&M Uni- Year.After the
program a party
versity and is now Reading honoring all graduates and
Teacher at Brownsville Jun- friends will be held at the
ior High School. Remarks for
Room of the Mary
the class of 1946 will be \ i Elizabeth Hotel. Membershipcard
given by Mrs. Cecelia Mc- ($1.00) will be the media
Cartney, a graduate of South MARIA JERKINSMayor of admission.

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Patrol Cadet Squadron, is
planning a "Squadron Ac-
tivity Week" in commemora-
tion with the birthday of the '
late President John F. Kenne- +l :
dy, Sunday, May 29, 1966. I- _L

Jy ,p The Squadron is also planning ab
a Beach Party, May 28, -

8 Park a.m.Beach.to 3 p.m.Squadron at Crandon Party, JESCA Summer Day Camp Begins June 11 I

May 30, 7 p.m. to 11:30 P.m.
at the home of C/M. Sgt. Monday, June 11 will begin -
Henry Rutledgj, 5601 NW eight weeks of stimulating
23rd Ave. "J.F.K. Family learning and recreational activities Iinii
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p.m. in the Booker T. Wash- boy or girl has ever hla(..
rte ington Gym. June 1 will be the Swim lessons, educational NON PLAy1N0N
Squadron regular meeting trips, nature study, arts and THEATRE
night, 7 P.m. to 9:30 p.m. in crafts, sports, music, dra-
the B.T. Washington High matics and hot lunches are
School. And to end the "Squa-- included in the program.
dron Activity Week", John F. Camp Headquarters: Fo.
Kennedy Squadron, will con- boys and girls (6-13) Liberty
duct a "Military Ball" in the Square Community Building,
gym of the B.T. WashingtonHigh 6306 NW 14th Ave.
School on June 3 from 8 For pre-schoolers boys and I I I
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Invited to celebrate with the 7200 NW 22nd Ave.
John F. Kennedy Civil Air Register now at JESCA's
Chuck Hall
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Grandparents Day to Charles! Higgs, co-chairman of "Squadron Activity Week" 7th Ave., 75\ 4791.
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I Ball and Awards Climax Interaction Cultural SeriesThe I I

Interaction Cultural Series Committee of Recipients of other awards were: Junior Drama- of Excellence for his of service to North Dade Orot
North Dade-North Miami High Schools presented the tics Johnnie Perkins, Sylvia Porter, Alice McLeod, High School. The trophy was donated by the faculty
first annual Spring Dance and Awards Program at and Robert Sweeting; N. B. Miller Cultural Series and staff of the school. I,
Biscayne Terrace's Starlight Room last weekend. Award of Honor, Errol Mizell and Shayon Moss, Bill

Among the guests were Dr. Gilbert Porter, special as- Sagona and Bob Holtzman. (7) Part of the initiation ceremony of new members of wa.a.D

sistant to the Deputy Superintendent of the Dade Thespian Troupe 2123 of North Dade. a.p
(1) Dr. Ben H. Atkinson presents Cornell
County B>ard of Public Instruction and Dr. Ben H. this Best-All Hatton with
year's Around Drama Student
Atkinson, a prominent local dentist. Dr. Atkinson pre- won over four other nominees. Award. He (8) Eugene Smith receives the outstanding actor ',ward S
sented The Best All Around Drama Student Award to from Mr. Charles Jones. Smith won the trophy for his s
Cornell Hatton. role of "' J<
Stephen in "Lost in the Stars.
(2) Mrs. Betty Smiley presents Walter Richardons
the Forensic Society's outstanding member
feature of the was the trophy.
,\ A special program presen-
Fennel received the
f tation of an Award of Excellence to Jim Randolph by from the society. Special Service Award ((9) Dr. Gilbert Porter, top row center, and Dr. Atkinson c

Mrs. Barbara Aranha. The award was given to Randolphin ,seated fourth from left, pose with the recipientsofthe 1f,
recognition of his years of service as a Drama (3) Mrs. Thomasean Lindsey (left) presents Joyce Cultural Series Awards. Shown also are Mrs, AI-

I : Director at North Dade. Lightsey the outstanding actress trophy for her role bertha Carroll, seated second from right; Mrs. Frances
in "Lost in the Stars." Pierce Randolph s
standing seventh from left and Mr. .
', i An initiation ceremony preceded the awards pro- (4) James Somerset receives the outstanding seated center. ir

? ; gram. The Thespian Troupe initiated thirty-four mem- ing actor trophy from Mrs. Barbara Aranha He support- {
i bers. The highlight of the awards program was the pre- Absolom in "Lost in the Stars." played ((10) A portion of the crowd in attendance at the Cultural i
: sentation of the top awards, in addition to the Best Series Program. Awards were presented to stu .
Student Award, the Charles D. dents of North Dade High Schoo *
All Around Drama (5) Mrs. Carolyn Young (right) presents Shelia and North Miami (
Service Awards were received by Sharon Hudson, the outstanding supporting actress award for McPhee Certificates of appreciation were presented to Mfd
:' "i Gloria Adams, Shelia McPhee and Vernon Jackson. formance of Ruth in "Breeders." her pe r- Frank Handy, Mr. Henry Harris (center foreground) 1 1I 1I
Mrs. Marsha McIver Campbell presented the Most Out- Mrs. Ellen Davis. Seated at the table with these gen-.
4u standing Choral Member Trophies to Hazel Brown and (6) Mrs. Carolyn Young (center) and Mrs. Barbara tlemen are (left to right) Mrs. James B. Randolph, Mt
Walter Richardson. Aranha presents Mr. James Randolph the Drama Award Albertha Carroll, Mrs. Frances pierce, and Mr*
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I Colorful Coronation Ceremony at Jackson's Toddle Inn I

All roads led to Jackson's Toddle Inn. They came NATALIE. She walks in beauty like the night of the nounced as Carla Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
on foot, by car and by bus to see the annual crowningof cloudless climes and starry skies. And all that's best Carl Johnson and Isaac Mickins, progeny of the Rev.I. .
the King and Queen. of dark and bright meet in her aspect and her eyes. C. Mickins.
The programme was gay and light. The teeny- She is a dear and grand angel who has grown in sun There were the following star parents: Mr. and
weenies in beautiful arrayed garb did the Hokey Pokey; and shower, and thus has become a lovely flower. I Mrs. Aldin Everette, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seniors, Mr.
a-go-go. The kindergarten in flashy colors did the annoint you NATALIE RENE SENIORS, daughter of and Mrs. Alonzo Culmer, Mr. and Mrs.James Whitehead,
Danish Pat, Dunkirk Stamp and Polish Polka. The Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seniors and call you your high- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard, Mr. and Mrs.Mitchell Gray, ..
primaries in colors of the rainbow did the Boston ness and crown you queen of the year. The splendourof Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Edmondson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Shuffle, American Hoe Down, the J.T.I. Special and a this night fall around us as we go in quest for whatis Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Mickins, Mr. and Mrs.
special creative dance by the Geisha Girls of Hong in a name. Hilmon Sorey, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee Kitchen, Mrs.
Kong. partheniaDurr, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Williams, Mr. and
In the name of our king we find: A for ambition; Mrs. Charles Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson,
The wrapping of the traditional May Pole was L for laudable; D for debonair; I for intriguing; N for Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jones, Mrs. Inez Cauley, Mrs.
colorful and beautifully wrapped by the primary group. nice. ,What a better way to describe our sovereign Mae Hill, Rev. and Mrs. Emanuel Rahming, Mrs. Edith '
The coronation done by Mrs. L. E. Thomas was as king. And now ALDIN LEROY EVERETTE, offspringof Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. George Hall,Mr. and Mrs. Edward
follows Mr. and Mrs. Aldin Everette, I do crown you King Johnson,Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Bos well,Mrs. Flora Jones,
"The: coronation is a ritual and act of crowning asovereign" Aldin.A Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Wellington
she said. Jackson's Toddle Inn strives little lesser crown or rather a coronet is pronounced Brown, Mr. and Mrs. David White, Drs. George and ,
. its to avail its students and Patrons of the 0 p- for Holly Theresa Culmer, issue of Mr. and Dazelle Simpson, Mrs. Mattie Williams, Mrs. Gloria
portunity way to observe such a ceremony. This night wasa Mrs. Alonzo Calmer. She is hereby crowned Princessof Clemons, Mrs. Harriette Kendrick, Mr. end Mrs. Allen
great moment in the lives of those newer "What Jackson's Toddle Inn for the year 1966-67.and admonished Brinkley, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher paschal, Mr. and Mrs.
is in one would ask. The would be to serve with honor and distinction. As your Clifford Reaves, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKay, Mr. and
"There a Tmuch in the names of those before the audience mate in this seat of honor, it is a pleasure to present Mrs. Eugene Tynes, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel JohnsonMr.and .
for the purpose of receiving awards." Master James W. Whitehead II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Stafford Perpall. Mrs. Mary L. Floyd, Mrs. ...
In the name of the little queen who sits high on a James W. Whitehead, Jr., as Prince of this Royal Odessa James, Judge and Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Mr. and
throne of royal state which far outshines the greatest Court. Mrs. Willie Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Morris, Mrs.
wealth we find: N for nobleness; A for assurance T Consolation awards proudly to to Miriam Cecilia Novella Crockett, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stephens, Mr.
for talent: A for amiable; L for lovable, I for you a- Howard, decendant of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard. John W. McCleod Mrs. Joan Flunory and Mr. and Mrs.
five; E for euphonious. Put all together have Bearers of the crown are distintively honored and an Milton Smith.

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12 THE MIAMI.TIMES, Friday.Ma.-27", ,1966I
She leaves to mourn, one
RANGE. RICHARDSON daughter, Mrs. Fannie Ruther-

ford; three sons, Tracy and
Austin Addison of 1085 NW Cora Mae Brown of 544 NW Carey Newark, New Jersey,
55th Terrace died May 23rd. 15th St. died May 16th. She sister
He is survived by his widow, leaves to mourn three sisters, Mrs. Alice McDonald of

Melissa; two brothersCharlesand Mrs. Claudia Byrd, Mrs. SY- Philadelphia; several other

Leroy; four sisters: Mary lene Johnson of Camilla, Oa., relatives and friends. Services
Addison, Ertha Addison, Mrs. Rachel Clayton. Two
: IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS IN Ceola Hicks and Estella brothers, Roy and Jim; one wilt be held at 2 p.m.
May 28 in the chape
I: APPRECIATIONThe Haynes; a daughter, Oralean niece Mrs. Velma Alexander
In of beloved The of thelate
memory my
Jones of Quitman, Ga.; other of Homestead; one nephew

husband RUBY W. ROBINSON family of the late relatives and friends. Arrangements Joseph Byrd of Camilla, .Oa. ALBERT. .

take this method of expressing are incomplete. Remains will be shipped to

their thanks and appre- Camilla, Oa. 9 p.m. Friday, Roy Campbell, 759 NW 49thSt.
ciation for the heartfeltmanyacts James Anderson of 1730 NW May 27. She will lie in repose died May 21. Services

of kindness shown during > 1 4f 66th Street died May 23rd. He from noon Friday until ,ship- Thursday,. 1 p.m. at Mt. Oli

their hour of bereavement.We is survived by two sisters, ping time. vette Baptist Church.' Survivors -
Carrie Lawrence and Queenie
are especially grateful to are wife, Rosa Lee;
the Range Funeral Home, Anderson; a brother John; Mrs. Rebecca Jones died five daughters, one son, one
Shiloh Baptist Church and other relatives and friends. May 24. She lives at 1210 NW brother, nieces and nephews.
Rev. A. M. Griffin. Your Mr. Anderson was a native of 2nd Ave. Survivors are two

kindness will always remain in Fitzgerald, Georgia, and livedin daughters, Mrs. Martha Marshall
Miami for five months. ,Arrangements of
our memory. Mrs. Mary Jones BAIN. .
Ella Wooden and FamilyIN are incomplete. Providence, Rhode Island;

three sons: Eddie Jones, Mrs. Charlotte Fisher, a
r peborah E. Brown of 1255 NW James Jones and Joseph Wing- pioneer resident of Coconut

GRATEFUL 55th Street Apt. 14 died May ster. The body will be ship- Grove, who lived at 3548

20. Deborah was the 11-year- ped to Savannah, Oa. 9 p.m. Florida Ave., died May 23
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTThe LEROY MITCHELLwho old daughter of Mrs. Marie Remains will lie in repose from following a brief illness. Mrs.

Brown and was a student at 1 p.m. Thursday until ship- Fisher, who came to the area
departed this life
family of the late sin Orchid Villa Elementary. ping time. 55 years ago, is survived by
MR. EDD SHUMAKB 9, 1966 express most Additional! survivors include a
three daughters,
who departed this life May cerely :our heartfelt thanksfor father, Marvin Adderly of Nas- Mrs. Lucille Watts Lambertof Merle Christie, Helen L.
29th.m your expressions sau, Bahamas; a sister, a 249 NW 6th St. died May Fisher Roberts and Miss Alma
We miss your cheery smiles cards, telegrams, visits and brother, several aunts, cou- 22. She is survived by her Stanley
Bell Fisher, a son
other kindnesses shown during -
and the friendly wave of your sins, other relatives and husband, Theodore; one daughter Whittle and Charlie
a stepson,
hour of bereavement.
hand. All is God our friends. Services were held on Kimberly Sue two sis-
we can say ; Fisher, 10 grandchildren 8
Special thanks to Father
knows best and has taken you 4\ Thursday May 26th in the ters, Mrs. Alonzo Bender of and a

home to rest. Home Sands,, friends the Manker and neighborson Funeral chapel.Mrs. Pensacola, Fla. Mrs. Mary C. brother great ,grandchildren John Sweeting, andan

Sleep on dear one upon Green of Miami; three brothers aunt. Services were held
his breast. 2nd Avenue.God's Georgia Cottle 649.NW. Neimiah French, Horace and from the
Thursday ati 10 a.m.
Sadly missed by his wife, blessings are NW 6th Ct. Hallandale, Fla. Maxie French of Mobile, Ala- of Bain's Funeral
granted to each of you. died May 19th. She is sur- bama, several other relativesand chapel
Home Fr. Theodore R. Gib-
Mrs. Frankie Shumake Lizzie Leroy, wife vived by a daughter Mrs. Willa friends. Services will be

And friends .e Willie and John, stepsons Mae McKenzie; a son Emmet; held in the chapel Thursday, son officiating.

Ruby Jackson, aunt, N.Y. three grandsons, Keith,Williamand May 26.
or Leo Cottle; a grand-
Lonnie Mincey, uncle TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
CARD OF THANKSThe And the entire Family daughter; Mary E. Cottle; a Mrs. Evelyn Love of 215

i daughter-in-law, Mary Cottle; NW 9th St. died May 23rd. CHURCH SUNDAYTHOUGHTFUL
family of the late other relatives and friends.
IN MEMORIAMIn Services will be held Friday,
MRS. DAISY MAE JOYNER who departed this life May 1

wishes to express heartfelt and was laid to rest May 7, sad, but loving memory May 27 at the Mt. Tabor

thanks to the many friendsfor wish to express our sincere I of our dear mother, grandmother Baptist Church at 3:30 p.m.
services will be
floral pieces, telegrams, thanks to the many friends for i I! and motherinlawMRS. Additional
held in Ellaville, Ga. at the
cards and other expressionsof
cards, telegrams, floral arrangements a
sympathy. Special thanksto and the many -... Ebenezer Baptist Church. ,

the pastor and members of other kindness extended to us '

Temple Baptist Church, Rev.H. during our bereavement. M

W. Moss, Revs. J. L. Special thanks to Rev. J. Wanda Kay Hill of 1520 NW

Johnson, H. W. Brown, H. M. E. Brown and Rev. P. W. Williams 61st SU Apt. 17died May 21st.

O. McDonald, J. C. Mickinsand and his members of the Wanda was the infant daughterof

Canon Chas. Cooper; St. Luke Missionary Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hill.
Francis Funeral Home and Church, the Rev. Sims of New Additional survivors are a

the Order of Love and Charity.Mrs. Hope Missionary Baptist a sister, Brenda; two brothers, t
Church and the efficient staffof Larry and Samuel other rela- ,

Augusta Clark, mother the Maker Funeral Home. .. tives and friends. Serviceswere BEAUTIFUL SERVICES
The Family Again we say thanks and I held Monday May 23 in

may God bless all of you. the chapel. '
Fred and Lollis Brown \ ,,,. Our ability and desire to

sons and family ." : : carry out your wishes, together

IN MEMORIAMIn MARY FLOSSIE Marvin Pullum of 2500 NW 155 b J with our experience,
JOHNSONwho Terrace died May 19th. He is .l ..
sad but loving memory of IN MEMORIAMIn departed this life May survived by his widow, Dollie; mean a service that isM

of beloved son sad but loving memoryof 25, 1965. a son, Perry; three sisters, conducted with beauty and
i. ,
Gone, but not forgotten. Gussie Mae Young, Laureen
dear aunt, f<:
my May her soul rest in peace and Johnson and Ivory Pullum; -J', understanding-to comfort.
light perpetual shine upon two brothers, Roy Pullum and V/
this life
departed her. John Thomas Crudupt. Services 1IP;:, I
2 25, 1964. were held on Wednes- ..... "
4 EM Gone: but not forgotten. Mesdames Gwendolyn Roker, day, May 25th in the chapel. ,. "My Father In Heaven, help
May her soul rest in peace Bertha Johnson and Eloise ,
me never to forget thy love

and light perpetual shine Howard, daughters. Benjamin Worthy of 1271 NW it looks up to me in theI

upon her. Leon, Basil, Norman and 68th Street died May 18. Sur- ( \ beauty of the flower ,"

Rachel Bain, niece Ernest Johnson, sons. vivors are a mother, Mrs. Vera ,,:- John Henry Jowett

Worthy; a son, Thomas Blue;
a grandson, Woodrow Blue; Oscar L. Range

a sister-in-law, Isabell Blue

CARD OF THANKSThe of Dothan, Alabama; a daugh- i2:; Funeral Home

CARD OF THANKSWe family of the late ter-in-law, Mrs. Isabell Blueof .' ;
Miami. Services were held
who died May 29, 1965. the family of the later Monday, May 23rd in the

Sweet are the memoriesthat ,1/'r" .. chapel.

never fade of one we '''t't. Mrs. Lillie Mae Robinson of Utaroin ftaarud lurkYou

loved, but could never save. 1525 NW 1st Place died May
Always in our hearts. ,.;' 1' 17th. She is survived by her do Not have to own Grave Space in LINCOLN

f'" mother, Rosa Mae; a son Mar- MEMORIAL HARK, 3001( NW 46 ST. to bury loved

Rene Miller, mother vin Spain; four brothers, ones. Just Tell your funeral director this is your wish.It .
Archie father
Cox, will be done.
Willie James Ford, Roy, Joh-
2 sisters, 1 brother and I

grandmotherIN sisters, Annie Sapp, Reanease CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY
Gates open to visitors. American League Sunrise ServicesNE
Hope, Annie Bell Robinson,
4.4197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 1.9199
1 H
Mae Jeffie Adderley, Ola Mae

.. MEMORIAM \\ \ Glaze; other relatives and

/ ../' .,.. friends. Services were held
In loving memory of \ Thursday, May 26th at Isreal
ALEXANDER POITIER Bethel Baptist Church.Mrs. .
Jitergmn Pmariu14lttrk
wishes to express thanks
departed this life May V ( and appreciation to the many Jane Rarer of 1930 "A"

27, 1965. j friends for letters of condo- NW 2nd Ave. died May 23rd. Notice to all Evergreen Memorial Park Visitors &

May he rest in peace and lence, telegrams, cards and She is survived by her hus- Servicemen's Organizations, who commemorate our

light perpetual shine upon ALVIN TYRONE WRIGm other expressions of sym- band Adam; a son Cyril Dun. Park on Memorial Day. Monday, May 30, 1966, by the

him. wish to take this method of pathy during its bereavement. can; two grandsons, Oswald placement of flowers, wreaths, flags, etc.
thanking everyone for their Special thanks to the neigh-, and Clifford Strachan; two
This year, Memorial Day is on Monday May 30th.
The Family. numerous acts of kindnessand bors of NW 16th Street, the granddaughters, Helen and ,
sympathy shown them du- pastor and members of Temple Patricia Strachan; other rela- This means your Commemorative Activity will be on

IN MEMORIAMIn ring their hour of bereavement. Baptist Church, Bishop tives and friends. Serviceswere May 30th the exact day of the holiday. For your con

Special appreciation to Rev.C. George Wallace, the Revs.* held on Thursday, May venienee, the gates will be open May 29th and May

loving memory of II. Smith and the entire G. L. Sawyer, J. L. Johnson 26th in the chapel. 30th for you to carry out the respect you owe to the
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL membership of Jordan Grove Adam Rutherford, William Teston Eason Bondu, servicemen and veterans who gave their lives so we

MONCURour Baptist Church, neighbors of and the. Francis FI> of 1250 NW 60th St. died May may live.

mother and father who NW 64th St., and the House of neral Home. 25 at Jackson Memorial There will be no burials, Monday, May 30, 1966 since

departed this life May 5, 1958 Albert. God's blessings go Mrs. Remelda Poitier, wife Hospital. Mr. Bondu is sur- this is an employees holiday, however, the gates will

and July 7, 1960 respectively.They with you all. The Family vived by his widow Helen,two be open and the usual police patrol on duty.H. .
are gone, but: never children,' a brother Dave Bon
Mr. and Mrs. William H.
will be forgotten. May they du, Jr., mother and father, E. Wolther, Supt.

rest in peace and light per- Wright 4 brothers, parents, 2 sisters, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bondu, Si. Evergreen Cemetery
shine upon them. 3065 NW 41 Street Tel. HE 4-8242
petual grandparerts, uncles, aunts, CHURCH SUNDAY Funeral services will be held

The Children and cousins. Friday afternoon at the chapel. -



NI :t;

" THE A t&MI ria dS' k Jar1a r ''I ."14 ..6rLI T13 c' r

) =_7r: : ': er.r

[ ,M. Young Jr. ;

live Director National Urban League

[11 cations have otten media commented,have done on in reporting the fine job the our struggleivil com- I' r r \ t iiP1D'jr I W ,

: rights and in probing behind the scenes to '
[lop important stories in this field. Because have "
[,ften praised' their coverage, I feel I should;>> also
lk out when they seem to be falling short of their
i standards of reporting.Too .
often our newspapers and television stationsto
overplay the harshly dramatic stories of con-
It and underplay the quietly dramatic stories of
omplishment. Outburst o'f violence or stories of
fe bring wide television coverage and are splashed
oss the front pages but the many inspiring stories "
I change and progress are too often relegated to the !
Itisingi ide pages where they are buried by columns of ad- ..

I A recent item is a good example of this. Last
[I, Episcopal Bishop W. B. Donegan announced that
million in pledged donations to the Cathedral of St.
(in the Divine in New York City, had been with-
uwn by persons who disapproved of his strong stand
civil rights. The story was featured widely andy b? : ,:: ,i ,
took this to mean that if a church or an organi-
tion similarly dependent on donations took a strong
bsition in favor of civil rights, it would court finan-
[al disaster.
Although this story was given front page treatnt -
> its happy ending was not. A few weeks ago I
me across a small item, buried in the inside pagesan
afternoon newspaper. This reported a speech by
ishop Donegan in which the announced that the money
the withdrawal of .. .
bst by pledges has been made up ---- -- ----- -
y new pledges from people who never contributed
efore. In addition, Bishop Donegan said that the
athedral had no intention of deserting the civil rights t'-...
truggle and that it 'has been written into more wills '\
han it ever has before." "' rs ra
The new money came from people of all faiths. He
|said that "hundreds upon hundreds of small contributions -
poured in from all over the country from Roman
[ Catholics, Jews and even individuals with no church
affiliations" To the best of my knowledge, the news- ,j- -.*t F q .Ir1 5JI .Ih N
papers which splashed the earlier story of the pledge
withdrawals across the front pages, and the tele- ,t '
vision stations which reported those events last fall ;
did not Mention this new development.
Why? To me it I is a dramatic and inspiring story.
Here are hundreds of people countering the actions ofa
short-sighted few, registering their approval of a
church's highly moral act. They made a gesture which H S
transcended their difference in faith. Yet it got nextto
no coverage, despite the fact that the earlier story
which stressed conflict and dissent got such a big

play.This is not just an isolated incident. Papers are rfl-
full of stories of Negroes who are vilified when they
move into all-white suburb, yet there are never any
stories about those who make the move and are ac-
cepted into their new neighborhood. Every day Ne-
groes move into such situations and are greeted by
their new neighbors, and quickly become outstanding
members of the community. These stories are never
told, but let one rock come flying through one windowand
the television cameras are right there. I agree that
these things are news, but so are the success stories. c

I three-year The Urban program League, "Operation recently Equality announced," designed a new to 93 Debut at DuPont Plaza Hotel I

help bring about integration in housing. This important
story was buried in the newspapers the next day. Butif The Gamma Delta Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma u team and will extend its efforts to the fullest, in
the Urban League had put out an inflammatory state- Rho Sorority, Inc., held its third annual Rhomania,, promoting ways and means uplifting the will of our
ment replete with threats and warnings, it would have Buds of Spring, May 13 at the DuPont Plaza Hotel. children to strive for the highest attainment in life."
| been on page one. Adorned in the pink of ((innocence, escorted bv. Names of Buds introduced follows:
When a lone Negro student, James Meredith, was young men, happy, surrounded by parents and friends Alfrieda Gibson, Cathy Blair, Myra Hudson, Cy-
I enrolled at the University of Mississippi, a small armyof colored proud, and entering to music colored lovely, thia Mason, Alice f Miller. Pricilla Redding, Refca
newsmen joined the federal troops which were required we were pleasantly introduced to 93 young ladies Wallace, Agartha Lane, Katherine Adderley, Carol
to restore oredr to the strife-torn campus. But colored chosen: by Soror Vernaka Silva, chairman of Wright, Patricia Anderson, Gayle Andrews, Patricia
where are the newsmen now that a number of Negro Buds of Spring, each of whom represented finer and Barnes, Frances Bethel.
students are quietly attending "Ole Miss? it was leftto and more cultural womanhood in its development.These Mary Borden, Margaret Butler, Norma Campbell,
Ebony to tell the story of these students-a story girls were carefully selected from the Barbara Carson, Patricia Cooper, Betty Kay Daniels,
|just as dramatic in its own quiet way. ninth grade classes throughout Dade County's schoolsand Joyce Dunn, Dorothy Everett, Betty Grant' Linda Giles
When some southerners were forced to leave their they exemplified the sorority's ideal of girls wor- Leola Parks, Berthine Dean, Cassandra Calloway,
I home towns because of racist pressures and threats, thy of recognition.Good Angeia M. Culmer, Gloria J. Perry, Jeanette Otis, Una
then( stories were played up in the news media. But moral charatcer, civic mindedness and out DeVeaux, Gloria Perry, Kathleen Days.
what about those southerners who stayed behind and standing scholastic ability, were only a few of the Heredesenle Griffin, Marion Alexander, Carol
work for acceptance of integration? Their stories are qualifications these young ladies had to meet in orderto Anderson, Beatrive Bendross, Alvita Brown, Joan M.
[almost never featured. be selected as Buds. The choosing of these girls Campbell, Judy Carter, Mary Fludd, Barbara Fauntain,
..To judge by what is printed in the papers and was also an honor to their parents and guardians, Elaine Scott, Charlene Williams, Myrna Bradley, Cynthia
newsweeklies, and what is seen on television, interracial and the community at large. It Is hoped thatthis Blanford, Deborah Hicks, Karen McCray, Dianne
cooperation is almost non-existent and racial "Pause of Praise" in the budding stage of their de- Willingham, Panzy Hendricks, Andressa Davis, Dianne
conflict is ,something that makes news every day. No velopment will inspire them to continue to aspire for Dyes, Gail Coachman.
[wonder people in other countries have miscon- responsible and respected positions in tomorrow's Vernette King, Cheryl Holland, Renee Jackson,
Ions about the very real strides that have been madeIn society.In Hazel Johnson, Sylvia Nixon, Lessie Pitts, Bessie
thw last decade. If our media deliberately set to the words of Basileus Eunice Liberty, in their Saunders, Patricia Shiver, Earlean Spratling, Geral-
mislead them, they could hardly do a more effective introductory remarks: dine Swain, Charlotte Teague, Marilyn Walker, Alice
ob. and the nega- "Those of us who would be wise know that the Williams, Denise Wynn, Beverly Parks, Juliette Poi-
Certainly the violent, the dramatic, in- job of preparing these girls cannot be a single effort tier, Deborah Wells, Georgiana White.
|''ve, are news. But so are the many alone It takes the combined
important efforts
dramatic stories by parents of the Leola Suson Alford, MariOn Ambrose, Leona L.
Dances of c operation, the quietly stories. church, home and schools, with parents and other Anton, Gloria Branham, Alfreda Brown, Doris Alfreda ti
f harmony, the inspiring individual success that groups like ours represented here tonight to encourage Curtis, Stephanie Frederick, Sharon Gilbert. Kia June
There must be a balance an understanding made teach and spend our resources to help these young Hamm, Brenda Hepburn, Glynell Hooks, Patricia Ann
onflict is present, but that progress is being people to survive in this world that is moving so fast Idlette, Bryley Ava Newton, Theora Rivers, Juanita
the stars -
I1d is as much in need of documentation as and so dangerously. Rutledge, Cheryl Scott, Karen Shannon, Bessie
of discord. In the words of the**...old song, its Sigma Gamma Rho is proud to be a member of such Williams. Photos by Glamour StudiosBeEqual'they
'accentuate the positive."

> r U "1 )1 )' U T 1J\ t1'

14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 27, 1966 '-




J> Church news for pvbll.

cotton In the currant wook's South Florida Conference A.M.E. Laymen Called to Meet

Issue mutt bo in our offico ,

ao later than 7 o'clock Monday Mrs. Irene L. Taylor, conference formulation of plans for the vention. Dekgates will also is made to all loyal laymen to

ovonlng. Publication of president is calling forthcoming state laymen convention be elected;! therefore ell lay- meet to make this one of the

news rocolvod after that all South Florida Conference that will be held July men should be in attendanceto best sessions yet. The South

time cannot be guaranteed. laymen to meet in regular 6, 7, 8, at Mt. Hermon, Opa- select representatives of Florida Conference will play

1 quarterly session, Sunday, locka. All five district press. your choice. host to the state in July and

I May 29 at Paine Chapel AME dents have been asked to co- Cooperation is the main it is anticiapetd that this

Church, West Palm Beach at operate fully in presentingyour spring of all organizations, convention will make history.., CHURCH'OF CHRIST

BETHLEHEM BAPTIST 2 p.m. contributions for the whether, religiuos, fraternal The tentatively approved program SCIENTIST

On the agenda will be i souvenir program for said con- civic, therefore, the appeal will be finalized Sunday.
Sunday services were highin
,ChristianScienec dvirches
spirit. Our pastor wishes to
this Sunday will present a
thank all of those who went to NEW Bible Lesson-Sermon on the
New Hope with him. There will fallicies of hypnotism and

be baccalaureate service on A. L. Shipp, pastor AND CHARMSt. MARS HILL SUNDAYMars other fnrms of mental control

Sunday morning. The pastor is Evelyn L. Souter, reporterWe Roscoe Jackson, pastor and servitude.
will have our pastor's Mary's Wesleyn Meth- Willie Beard, reporter
asking all to be present. Hill Church, 2455 Response Reading will
..' anniversary June 19 at 3 odist Church NW 8th The pastor wishes to
The No. Two Choir is giving p.m. NW 68th Street will have include these versed from

a Night Under on Satur- The pastor is doing; fine. He Ave., Ways and Means Com- thank each and everyone who Open House of its new edu- Ephesians Have no fellow

day, May 28.FIRST. is getting stronger everyday.We mittee proudly presents Pris. accompanied him to the New cational building on Sunday ship with the unfruitful worksof

are asking all of you to cilia Leverity in a recital on Hope Baptist Church to close afternoon from three to five darkness,) but, rather reprove -

BAPTISTRev. continue to pray for him. Sunday, May 20, 4 to 6 p.m. out Usher BoArd No. Two's o'clock. The entire public is them wherefore be

Prayer is the key and with Mrs. Meryl Gibson, chairman; anniversary of that church.On invited to inspect the new ye not unwise, but understanding -

W. MDavis, pastor your help through prayers he Rev. 11. V. Stuart oastor. Sunday afternoon the what the wilt'of. the
building at 6601 NW 24th Ct.
Oonella Turner, reporter will be back with us. pastor is asking the entire will of the Lord is.. .

The Southern Division of A bouquet to each one that church to accompany him to Beside Sunday School clas- The theme is' explained in

the Ministers and Deacons took a part in the Deacon and MT. CARMEL New Philadelphia Church, ses, there will be special detail in selections to be

Union of the Florida East Deaconess' anniversary. 420 NW 40th St. He is to community services availableto read from the Christian Science

Coast Association will con- Joint rehearsal for both Louise McGriff, reporter preach the closing sermon in the w orking mothers textbook. Subject of the

vene at St. Mary Baptist choirs May 31 at 8 p.m. At- Rev. D. A, Bradley, pastorWe the Ministers and Deacons During the week, Mars Hill Lesson.Sermon is "Ancient

Church of Coral Gables, Rev. tend services regularly. had a wonderful Sunday Union of the Seaboard Bap- will operate a day nursery and and Modern Necromancy, alias

W. F. Tanner, pastor, starting morning. Our pastor delivereda tist Association at 2:30 P.m. kindergarten. There will be Mesmerism and Hypnotism,
SHILOH WOMEN special early and late
ser- "
Denounced. All are welcome
May 26-29. great message. The evening Please be prompt.
The pastor had a very suc- RAISE $2,440.87The message was delivered by Ladies don't for get yourWoman's vices for children whose pa- to services Sunday 11 a.m.
in rents leave home early and Wednesday 8 pm.. and to use
cessful revival Daytona
one of our own sons, the Rev. Day meeting every
Beach with the Morning Star chairman and the Henry Lee Smith. Visitors are Thursday night until Woman's return late. Children may come our Reading Room; Monday and
ladies of Shiloh wish to thank to the center from school and ;
Baptist Cjurch last week. always welcome. Remember Day. Friday 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday

.. We cordially incite you to and give gratitude to all our the sick and shutins and those be supervised until parents 6 to 7:45 p.m.DEDICATION. _
with friends and members who responded arrive. The center will enroll
come and worship us who have lost some of their SERVICES
during our regular worship beautifully with us loved ones. 2 to 6 year olds. Older child-

service. Morning worship 11 A special thanks to Mrs. Cora Don't for get the Barbecue ren may come to the center be- DRAKE MEMORIALMany

and evening worship 6:30 Martin and Mrs. Maggie Green fore and after school. Any-
a.m. sale at the church on Mondaywe
for very fine speeches, alsoto one who might need our ser- thanks to the follow-
p.m. asking to come
our visitibg choirs and are you vices are invited to come by ing pastors who visited. us:
by and buy something from us
ushers from New Hope, Greater on Sunday. and inspect the Revs. W. F. Tanner, T. C.
will also have pies
ST. LUKE AME New Bethel, New Mt. Mo- we potato new facility.Rev. Kelly, I.',R. Ross and J. Pic-
and home made ice cream the
riah and Antioch Churches. C. W. Preston is the

Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Sister Elnora Woodson, cap- second Sunday in June. minister. kett.On Sunday .at 3 p.m. we
The No. Two Usher Board
Martha Holmes, reporterAt tain of the Deaconess Board will have the final dedica-
will have its anniversary.i
was Mrs. Shiloh. She raised tion service in' our Dedica-
the 11 A.M. service, The board is asking! that you
$404. The chairman, Mrs. tion Week. Rev. E. T. Graham
Dr. F. A. Allen, presiding come and be with them. SALTERS CHAPELRev.
Marian3nglish raised $148.75. will be in charge. Mrs. E.
elder of the Miami District Y
Thanks to everybody for helping H. J. Benson, pastor Wilkerson will read a tributeto
will bring the morning mes-
us have a wonderful Wo Flossie Marshall, reporterWe the late Rev. Drake and
and the
sage preside over
Quarterly Conference. man's Day. Rev. A. M. Grif- are looking forward to 1 Mrs. Doretha Payne will sing.

the pastor is requesting fin, pastor: C. M. Myles, re- our Men's Day with Earl Glenn The public, is invited. Mrs.;

all presidents, chairmen and porter. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe and Jonathan Thurston in Nancy Green, clerk, Rev. J.

department heads to have charge. We wish them much W. groin, pastor.ANTIOCH .
celebration of the 36th success. We are happy to
their written reports and seals.At .
the MT. ZION AMEMt. anniversary of the church and know that Bro. Thorpe is still BAPTIST
3 p.m. Missionary pastor terminated Monday night KIM MILLER improvim from his illness at

Society is sponsoring a tea. Zion' is onl! with the Rev. Ernest Williamsand
marching: home, also Mrs. Beatrice 1899 NW 64th Street
A musical will be The
sented. Mrs.program Evageline Smithis pre- After a very interesting congregation of New sponsored popularity contest Esau. To all of these who Rev. I*. W. Wiggins, pastor
Sunday School and Bethel Church in by Mrs. Leola ill' and well
morning charge. Despite are hurry get we Willie Powell, reporterOur
George and
president.The Mrs. Elizabeth
service Mt. Zion boarded the inclemency of the miss you. Don't forhet the hats are off to the
Missionary Society Daniels for the First
buses and cars and motored to weather, an appreciative Ephesus birthday rally. Your president,
will be in charge of the 7 p.m. Church of West Hollywood women. Th ir finance report
service. Belle Glade where we visited number was present. The Mrs. Cornelia Glenn is count- from the Woman's Day was
with the Rev. H. E. Green Rev. A. D. Hall and Ebenezer proudly acknowledge Kim ing on you for the heating
The Miss St. Luke contest Miller as the winner of first 420922.
between Mrs. Frances who is now pastoring Mt. Methodist Church serveda prize. Kim was awarded project. To our many friends On Monday night after the
Zion there and formerly full house Sunday night a you are welcome to worship
Revels and Mrs. Estelle pas- roundtrip ticket to New York. fifth Sunday prayer meeting
tored Mt. Zion, Opa-locka. It with a very impressive service with us anytime. We will be
Brunson will terminate on the She 1 s the daughter of Mr. and for our revival meeting will
glad to have do
so. Don'tforaet
Others who made you
4th Sunday in June, the win- was Homecoming our pas. very Mrs. Cyril Miller of Ft. Laud- the sick and shutin. begin. On Monday night after
valuable contributions the
tor who built beautiful to
ner will be crowned "Miss St. erdale. Rumerup was Miss Remember the armed forces. the first Sunday preaching will
Zion in Belle Glade spiritual and financial
and its suc-
Luke." Tammie Swint and third prize begin. Rev. L. J. Alford of
Mrs. Frances Revels will parsonage. The food was cess of the one-week cele- winner was Miss Sheryl West Palm Beach is our dy-
bration the Rev. J.A.
sell dinners at her home, 1841 superb and the fellowship were George. Other participants in namic evangelist Please
Poitier and the Spiritual
Wilmington St. Opa-locka, quite rewarding. the contest were paulette MT. CALVARYYou make it a must to attend.
Back home and back to i Science Church, the Rev. H.
Sat., May 28. Smith, Arthur Clarke and Rose
work, We are having the play, V. Stuart and St. Mary's W.M. Mary Moore. are invited to a musi- SONGS OF GLORY

let, "Heaven and Hellbound"> Church and the Rev. J. L. cal fashion show sip on Sun-

MT. SINAI MEN Sunday evening, May 25 at 6., Johnson and !SU Baptist day from 4 to 6 p.m. The sip BACK ON TV

RAISE $2.338 Our busy agenda. The i Church. will be held at the YMCA JUNE 12

Christian Education Seminar' The pastor, officers and building, 5770 NW 15th Ave.

The men raised $2,338 last opening up the 6th of June members wish to express DAY SPRING BAPTISTRev. Donation is $1.00. Come and Songs of Glory will return -

Sunday as they celebrated through the 17th with a full heartfelt appreciation to all bring your friends. on Channel 10 TV with

Youth Day sandwiched >in their friends for the very W. MSlater, pastorW. Vernice Ross and Charlie
first Men's Day in the
between whicu is the second splendid cooperation.The M. Yearby, reporterA Davis as coordinators.
new edifice. The morning Sunday in June. Temple family was glorious time was had GRACE This all Negro gospel
speaker the Rev. E. K.
Rogers of was South Miamil This Want to work? Mt. Zion is happy to have sister Herbert by all who attended the third PRESBYTERIANCongratulations singing program will be
McClain in service last Sun- annual going into it's fourth
year the men's drive was un- still here. Rev. Milton Fay- Woman's Day services season

der the leadership of Daniel son, pastor, Naomi) can day morning. Having been held on last Sunday. Mrs. to the June 12th From 12 p.m. to

Major. We would like to congratulate Charles, reporter. confined to her home becauseof Blossie Haile substituted for senior high fellowship whose 12:30 p.m. Featuring local

the men for a job illness, it was her first Mrs. W. K. Smith who is recovering advisors are Mrs. Catherine church choirs and groups.

1 well done. time in eight years.In from an illness. Mrs. Chalmondeley and Mrs. Rhpda To start the program, will

Our pastor, Rev. Thomas the International Con- Haile. delivered a powerful Lowe for the very fine "Youth be the Madregaleans of Bethel

?' is still ill at home. Let us TRANSFIGURATION test sponsored by the dea- message centered around the Presents" program that they S.D.A. Church of Homestead,

. pray for a speedy recovery cons Sunday, Deacon A. J. theme "Women Striving to sponsored last Sunday after Fla., Elder J. W. Dorsett,
his address is 5005 NW 6th Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Hanna took first place and Wear The Whole Armour of pastor. The Rossetts and the

On Sunday, May 29, also Deacon Reubin Hepburn se- God." Mrs. Thelma Howardat noon.This Sunday is Pentacost C Lord C's.Songs .

Ave.Sunday our services will Whitsunday the graduating cond.The 3 P.m. presented another Sunday, which commemoratesthe of Glory is a public

be dedicated to our graduating classes, principals, facultiesand Ministers and Dea- wonderful message that was coming of the Holy Spiritto service program of WLBW-

seniors. The morning staffs of the North DadeJunioSenlor cons' Union of Atlanta Coast highly enjoyed. the Apostles in the upper TV. Channel 10.

speaker will be Clifford Mat- : High and Carol Baptist Association meets Speaking at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. room. Rev. Savoy will conduct

thews of Booker T. Washington City Senior High Schools will with the New Mt. Zion, Flori- Emma Clemons was an inspiring morning worship and an even- MT. OLIVETTEOn

High School. The junior be special guests at the 10:45 da City, the Rev. H. W. Moss, speaker.The gelistic message will be

choir will render music for a.m. Solemn Sun Mass. Im- pastor and union president, chairman, Mrs. W. M. brought to us by Elder J. Sunday, May 29 in our
D. 11 a.m. serbice having
the occasion. We invite you mediately following the ser- this weekend. Yearby co-chairman, Mrs. Faniel chairman we are
to come out and join in with vice the Episcoapl Church- C. J orris and Mrs. M. Walker Committee.At our Evangelism Senior Worship Day. We cor-
dially invite all graduates
f women will sponsor a brunchin wish to thank including ,
us.The everyone 4 p.m. this Sunday Rev.
along with their and
following is dedicatedto their honor. Mrs. Leo Arm- radio stations WMBM families
Savoy will deU vcr the baca-
our graduating seniors: brister Sr., chairman of the ZION HOPE BAPTISTThe and WAME, the Miami Times laureate address friends to come and worship
at the
Roose- with The and
We have now ascended the us message ser-
I College Work and Christian and all the guests and visit- velt
High School
of success; in West Palm vices will have flavo f of
golden Ministries of the ECW will be two Woodard Brothers ors who participated in help- Beach.At a

the road to a life of freedomand in charge of arrangements. preached out of their souls. ing to make the day a success. baccalaureate. Graduates are
liberty is ours, the choice 7 p.m. this Sunday we asked to please bring caps and
Last Sunday an overwhelming One preached Sunday morning Total raised was 1300. will have a fine
before us; it program that .
has been placed crowd witnessed the Sac- and the other Sunday night. All attention is now focused will climax gowns.Mt.
.rl succeed of lose. our springtimerally .
to Olivette is in
is ours proud
rament of the Holy Confirmation The pastor is urging all on the children who will whose
in all chairman is
May God help you Mrs. havind a large number
God direct at 5 p.m. A class of 35 members, to attend prayer celebrate their second annual Spero Cbkine. among
decisions, may the graduates Come and
your was presented to the Rt. Rev. meeting Tuesday"nleht for Youth Day June 19., Plan now Remember out
and : You
your are always
your help us to inspire these
and he also to visit with us Sabbathand very
suffra- hour every
L. '
God William Hargrave, just one welcome
all at
feet, and above may Grace and we fine young people. Music will
of the Diocese by don't forget to pray for especially on the pre-
I bishop says extend
keep you in His ever loving gan a cordial invitation to be furnished by the youth choir
the Rev. Elisha Clarke. Jie sick and shutins. said date. you toworship with
us. and
care. message by our pastor.

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THE .MIAMI TIMES, Fddoy., Moy-27 1966 15


churches and delegates ---- facilities, it secured the cooperation
| Five Negro was DEACONS UNION
unanimous. division
of exclusively Negro tions of New Philadel-
churches About from New York's Puerto
Spanish-language 1,850
Jre) received by Florida attendance. persons were in churches.The Rican district to Cuba. Things will start to happen phia in order to be able to

zarenes on the state lever The plan to integrate the around 'New Philadelphia meet the demand for space

esday in their 52nd annual Three of the Negro two Spanish churchesone Florida churches was made Baptist Church when the Min- and cooking. New Philadel-
'embly at the Evergladestel. in Miami and churchesare in Miami and the other in last January when the Sunshine isters and Deacons union of phia's newly installed kit-
two in Orlan- West Palm Beach chen will be at the disposal.'
dol Formerly were previously State was picked as one the Seaboard Association
they were members of the Christian and
part of the Spanish of the in this
of the Gulf 12 states which the meets week. Proudly do
The vote of the 400 official trict of the church Central, dis- East district, which includes church would attempt integration we, the members and minister the delegates to the Union
aUstatelBishop Spanish meeting. So as to fix what
congrega- of its structure. Rev. William H. Washington,
delicious and appetizing
extend our greetings of wel-
come to all of the churches of meals needed for the occa-
Ball Entertains CME thus union. sion.
King To "Face Instead f
lishops aid General OfficersThe being the host church, it will meeting will be May 26. All
The Nation" Sunday be the Christian Baptist day Friday Saturday and

Church of this city, Rev. 0. Sunday. The location of the
Rev. W. F. Ball Miles
Rt. College SCLC
and Martin urban ghetto into
Mrs. a
Williams St.
D. church is NW 40th
pastor. Because 420
Ihop of the Eighth Episco-''M. C. Luther
Menunenther, Mrs. King Jr. will be Interviewed non-violent movement.
11 District of the AME Church i Christina Dods, Allen, Ghana on the CBS News

Id vice president of the Edu- Rev. O. W. Wilson, E. Miami Program, "Face the Nation"
Ition Board of the Church, District Mrs. Sunday, May
Helen Carter, 29, at 12:30: p.m.
Ith Mrs. Ball, entertained the (R. A. Carter) Chicago Mrs. A panel of three newsmen, WE SHIP A PACK FREE TO THE BAHAMAS

neral officers and bishopsthe F. L. Lewis, Los Angeles, led by CBS news correspondent -

CME Church with an Oramuel Smith, Dr. W. L. Martin Agronsky will you fOR ONLY.O .
liberate dinner at their homey Darnell, Phillip's School of conduct the interview. a --

14 at 5 p.m. Theology (ITC); Atty. Joan Dr. King's organization,
1 Bishop Ball also particited Darnell, Mrs. Phyllis Bed- the Southern Christian Leader-

in the consecration of ford, president Women's Connectional ship Conference, is now engaged O
[shop Joseph A. Johnson on Council, Ohio. in a get out the vote

day, May 15 at 11 a.m. The Bishop and Mrs. 0. p. drive for the Alabama Demo- s

fmces were held at Bay- Murcheson, Bishop and Mrs. cratic runoff on May 31, and is
Park Auditorium wheree in the crucial second phaseof
nt B. J. Smith, Bishop and Mrs.
CME Church closed its its first sustained move-
J. C. Allen, Bishop and Mrs. r
Inual ment in a northern city in r
conference last week. W. H. Amos, Bishop and Mrs. TERMS
shop B. W. Doyle presided.The H. C. Bunton, Bishop and Mrs. Chicago.
dinnerOuests included SCLC is the first civil
J. Johnson, Bishop and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Pitts. M. S. Curry. rights organization to attemptto
mobilize all factions of a


lev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor R. H. Johnson, pastor Carver
Bert Cooper, Please do not forget our
t. .
Missionary Day observance v .
h 2S' -
The Ma -1tes will closet which begins Saturday, May RanchesNews i .0 ? IV

their month of activitiesith 28 and ends at evening ser- .- '-\ :
a program Sunday night. vice at 7 o'clock May 29.
the members of this monthub At the round-up for the

will be expecting you children on Saturday at 4 p.m. '---8 y Wolttr Bow. ---'
rally around and pay your we will have a film and car
The Rev. B. L. Mack of V
|2.00 assessment.The toons.
New Macedonia Baptist Church
Missionary Societyill Be sure to hear our dy-
West Hollywood, is thankingthe
sponsor a Baby Contest namic speaker, Mrs. Marie W.
[lay 29. The donation to voteor Poitier at our 11 a.m. service Ushers Union of Broward ,i M?' GORGEOUS LIVING
your favorite baby is SOC Sunday. Don't forget "What'sMy County for the splendid turn- WITH ROOM
llrs. out last Sunday. Mrs. A. O. .++ : DELUXE .
0. Nathan is president. Line" at 7 p.m. w GerD.ew
was crowned queen for raisingthe 2.Pc
a ; rotor
highest amount of m oney. 4 : 2 ant fnn.rgil eeutruction arm + with bu.,.
f.+hln r'l u'
South DadeServices sass table. '
TIMESADS l"1 and 2 illow'c ,,
The South Broward VFW P oI
at Mt. Moriah on Post No. 8195 will hold its colon. OQQI

may were inspiring. The installation service Sunday,
Attendance was large during May 29 at th? Fire Depart I 1:2fw.rVI

orning. BRING ment Hall in Carver Ranchesat
Mrs. Clara Bryant is sickt
3 p.m. All posts in the
| Kendall Hospital.The tJ1 district, and all veterans and

woman's Home Mis- friends are invited. Ladies,
lion is having a service Sun- RESULTS please be present so we can 'M.S 1 t

lay night at 8 o'clock. The get your auxiliary working. T4'
ev. Hoover will deliver the Folia Boyd, commander ;
|ermon. Won't you come out ? Charles Hart, adjutant. :
Mrs. Frances Brown of
The Excelsior Bowling -
cala has been visiting her League of Miami will hold it? : ; ;_::. 1
aughter, Mrs. Thelma Allen, 5861 H.W. 17TH AVENUE annual banquet Saturday night .c .

ife of the Rev. W. J. Allen, CERTIFIED PERSONNEL May 28 at 9 p.m. at the police I :
astor of Hurst Chapel AME Benevolent Building, NW 17th ;:
urch, Perrine. Mrs. Allen HOT LUNCHES Ave. and 46th St. All bowlersup

just out of Baptist Hospi- PI<<;K.UP SERVICE Ft. Lauderdale and Carver
II l, and friends are praying Register now to secure a Ranches way, please be pre- FASHION\ BEDROOM
t>r her speedy recovery. She place lor the fall term. ; sent. Ernest Hayes, presi- BIG\ BEDDING\ \ N ,
anks members of the churchd 691-7796 OR 696-3802 OUS d.mentiem j
dent; Dennis Peaks Jr. se- SunEfA\ with ,work largo .'' J / ,
friends for their kindness.rs. cretary. bedroo"',"od"n cemtortl /4, ..
Tranl10rlft youd
Brown returned ocala Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. al b.aut delYRe ch..t or panftl 00
In mirr.r. ....dh'l'clboarcl'd $119
May 21. c1.r qll ,p.n\\! 1.Pr .
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BALANCE Under 100 200 300 400 .:! SIMPLIFIED
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: 1 .35 .85 .65 .45 .25 .05 MINIMUM DEPOSITS Shill't City Corner N.E.0th Ave. S.W.IthSf. Cor.77th Are. 1 Ilk.So. of lurdin 'i
a .40 .90
Call Mr.Cotter,Mr.M Mimi......,1.t.the notlen II Mr. Reeve it. .
Miami'o credit. 100 t.% Int.grdt.d lanklng Inotitvtion 159-4431 BUT SEE; us BEFORE YOU BUY.


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16THfc MIAMI TIMES, ,Friday, May 27, 1966 .
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d AETNA REALTY ;gJ '' .*! Week End Specials!!

yr''fsi ,\!, SIOO5456 DOWN'aFMM ;'.to,1" : ,, !:::' I'' A PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES | MONTH $100 DOWN t
', ( : > LOW AS $60 -
,'r./ ..::,; $61 MONTHLY : ti ;: Y YIJ t FROM $t00 DOMINO CLOSING COSTS 4 1f v Almost new 432 bedroom homes. Some with +
': '; NO, :CLOSING, COSTSr, ; ,': t Fla room, garage, carport, built-in oven, stove, AA
:?,:' FHA' OR\ ,CONVENTIONAL ". :,,'I": 8801 NW 16 AVENUE refrigerator, fence, well, pump, awning, corners, .Y.
: \ T Gorgeous pool, 3 bedroom, extra large Fla room, 4 J t waterways. V
i'::: ,, ;:''''''BWYE' IY, ANB.CHMHPARE! :::, I\\\j\ V fenced, stove, air conditioner, rugs, $14,500. 4'
.rr, I I I! .( ,'I' $ SEE 4215 NW 183 STREET A
i,2998'I' ';83 Terr.' :,'$14,500, FHA ':;,:; 1540 NW 58 STREET | $ $100 DOWN $74 MONTH J
fenced and refrigerator
; y Large 2 awnings, stove f
.W:,110lNW 8S St., ,,-, ',No qu elifyin3 '.; : A $11,000- + Large like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, cart A

1873t; ,r: .- NagUGlifyitig': ( :i .:'I''h''i290N t port, built-in kitchen, well. Near bus, schools, T
:, ;: fr 1451 NW 88 STREET !
Expressway V
f.. ,8.21 15 Axe. '- ,No qualifying! ?I ;C .' AI 2 bedroom, screened porch, carport, lovely area. x' +

41410 NON(89,St., .l\\'. $12tOftO"FHA. : ,, ', A't $12,500. A SEE 3950 NW 186 STREET 7I

< u,?425 ,NW.,O St.M2000NW91SK.; .-:.:" $11,000.FHAV:' .* : 1410 NW 88 STREET $100 DOWN $74 MONTH JA
,, ''' :;.., ".. Home, 'end Income',, 2 bedroom, garage, Flo room, stove, refrigerator, +J .. Large like new modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built JJ

..,. ft762HW92St. ,..: \ :$,10,000FHA! ,/;J ftI ." sprinklers, drapes, rugs. $13,000. V windows.in oven, stove Total, price dish washer$12,100., carport Was ,$14,500.awning V AA

1800 NW 91 STREET Terrific deal. I
WE HAVE OTHERS BUY THE BEST r Corner, 2 bedroom, large closets, close to bus and & +
schools, $12,000. A & \WE HAVE MANY OTHERS. NEAR EVERYTHING. A v

;Mm .REALTY(mm) > 8811/ NW 15 AVENUE 4 : Peoples Realty Broker :

2 bedroom, FU room, garage, fenced, sprinklers, Ak

tll ".W., 54 ST. 7575724Open awnings. T 4....4 624-3959 ......

Saturday& Sunday 1421 NW 81 TERRACE I

> 2 bedroom, screened porch, air conditioner, awnings. T
Carport. sprinkler, stove, refrigerator, $12,500. T

S .. ,. .
VA&FHA RESALES ALSO I .t. '*"<" .SUMMER r lli'If..r.I";. ;}..,! :"
) :: : .SPECIALX yq-L; : ,' ) .

Open 7 Days a Week T PROFESSION.START .
.. 8000 HW 1 AVE PL 1-9708? NOW: AT .
* A ,.
1060 NW 85 STREET ; Sunlight Itwty :School

Perfect home to entertain, spotlights, 2 bath, t............ ,'.'

formal dining room, 2 air conditioners, garage. ....... j.jcli. "d..<"""VI'.. .. ...*...*, '.......- We Style Wigs Reasonable, ::: '
; 1L" Also teach the care ..of wgs.tp.d; .otlier'Itair, ,
1185 NW 83 STREET 11.OUli; :,CLASSIFIED ADS \ ( "
< rk pieces

Built-in features, Fla$16,500 room, screened porch. ..' ..."..'.IRING. ::RESULTS, : /1113 NW 3 AVE. PH. FR 4-9998 ,1 ','

8343 NW 12 AVENUE
$16,500 ,...............4

t 2 baths, Fla room, lovely patio. ** KilSpictals I t BEST HOMES FOR YOU .

8363 NW 12 AVENUE
$16,500Fla OPEN I TO 6 P.M. *T MANOR PARK I
room, plus lovely creened porch. SPACIOUS CORNER BEAUTY .
Both nice CBS, two bedroom homes on separate VAjots.
SCREENED POOL PATIO 995 NW 84 TERRACE Live in one and rent the other. Substantial AAcash
Only $700 down, 1 monthly payment pays a II.Complet.ly required.
f Beautiful view on waterfront. Spacious 3 bed and tastefully furnished. 20x20 Fla .

room, "2 bath, garage. "Must see for the prestige room, large bedroom, garage, delightful patio. A NICE TWO BEDROOM $11,500 A
buyer. No closing cost. Come see for yourself. I $250 $81 MONTH IT

Clark-Grellner, Realtors CBS, with completely fenced yard, carport, oak TT
"Bargain Priced" floors, tile roof. Will be freshly painted for T
you. FHA terms with no closing costs. $
$400 $12,500 TOTAL PRICE
14647 NW 7th Ave.
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS with lovely Fla room.
MU 8-0537 Many desirable extras included. Walk to shopping 4 $350 $85 MONTH

schools and transportation. + CBS, near buses, stores, elementary school. On i
A wide lot completely fenced. No closing costs on
$350 DOWI T
FHA terms.
FONTANA REAL ESTATE Tremendous value, 3 bedroom, CBS, air condi t
tioner, awnings and other extras. J DELUXE THREE BEDROOM $15,500 A

.. 1101 NW 81 STREET WATERFRONT $400 DOWN $75.67 MONTH T $600 $111 MONTH TT
Pool-screened j>>atlo.exquisite 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Very beautiful CBS, 3 bedroom with custom kit +
most modern mitchen with built-in refrigerator, 2 or 3 bedroom, Fla room, large carport, near chen, large dining room, and nice Florida room. $
schools, shopping and all
freezer, and Central ducts and hi-fi
range. A Has carport and separate garage. On two large AT
system. Call for appointment to inspect.
Fabulous lots. No closing costs on FHA terms.
$450 DOWN +
$22,500 Beauty $250 $71 MONTH
Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, loads of closet + tt
3 bedroom, 2 bath, custom built CBS.
Very neat CBS with fenced yard, wall to wall
, space, Fla room, garage, fenced rear and beau
tiful patio. carpet, and air conditioning. No closing costs on +
141 NW 50 STREET 4 BEDROOMS CBS + FHA terms. +

2% bath, built-in oven, range and bar, oak floors "FANTASTIC VALUE"In
large tile patio porch, garage, tile roof, terracedlot. choice Comfortable. bedroom On t LOVELY THREE BEDROOM $14.000 4A
area. 3 CBS.
Across street from school. 17900. $350 $99 MONTH +
spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, central heat,
..A. Large CBS freshly painted with beautiful trees ..
YOURS KIDS COME FIRSTSee garage, carpeting, hardwood floors, sprinkler Yond landscaping. Air conditioning and appliances J
520 NW 41st STREET system and many other extras. Priced right. FHA t included. No closing costs on FHA terms. t
Very large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, on 2 huge fenced terms, one mortgage, reasonable down paymentand
lots. one monthly payment pays all. + SHARP THREE BEDROOM $13,500 +

+ $350 $93 MONTH +

CBS HOME PLUS COTTAGE "WATERFRONT VALUES"We A Absolutely spotless CBS. Oak Floors, tile roof, A

330 NW 51st ST $13,200 FHA .... fenced yard, lovely kitchen and nice front porch.
$400 DOWN $82 MONTH have 3 outstanding values in lovely 3 bed No closing costs on FHA terms. .jA
room, 2 bath homes with built in features: and .
325 NW 50 STREET $10,000 TOTAL extras. Priced right. Good terms. BARGAIN THREE BEDROOM $13,000 A

Completely furnished, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 story I $350 $90 MONTH IA
residence "LAST BUT NOT LEASE"S300 .
.. Clean CBS with hardwood floors, till roof, and TJ
8 FURN. CBS UNITS DOWN $8100 TOTALNO carport. A very well kept home that you should *
(Near Shell's City Excellent Investment) CLOSING COST see before you buy. No closing costs on FHA .

134 NW 15 STREET This 2 bedroom beauty is in like new condition, A terms. A,

$4 00 DOWN FHA S18 MONTHLY inside and out. Total monthly payment approxi

Solid CBS, cedar closet, oak floors, garage, .mutely. $56. J BISCAYNE REALTY, INC I

". sorinkler system. $12,000 total. \,. -CALLOUS TO,SEE, THESE.:. LItES"fj'iJ' : 1094 NW 54th St +

Chas. S. FOllala, Rlallor Kaiser & lit ;(halters PL 43589 :

6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511 105 NE 79( ST PL,7-4518. _. ', t OPEN SUNDAYS EVENINGS BROKER f

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday May 27 1966 17
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live in. DRIVERS. APPLYat
Earn while you learn. Day
ref. private room, bath, TV Society Cab office, 269 NW and night class, 2221 hollywood -

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL W080. air condition in NW area. NA 21st St.Barber Blvd. WA 2-1173. indf.
WEDNESDAY NOON ----- wanted at Roy's
-- 6349 NW 7th
FOR SALENO Lady with pension to help Barber Shop, ...
Phone 751-9112.
NW HOMESNo grandmother with two school Ave. Indi

QUALIFYING cleaning and laundry closing cost, $400 down. age children. Light work,

3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS agency for sale in the Alla- 3 bedroom CBS, large screened sleep in. Board and compensation -

beauty, huge Fla room, won. pattah area. PL 8-8106. porch, awning windows, 379-2578, SW area. Mrs.
derful very large room for large ---- area of nice homes walk II. Green.
to Owner Must SellSEE
family. Ride by 870 NW 84th All the furniture in a 1 bed- 7th Ave.
then call me. Total Sales help. To be
Terr room apt. for sale your own
cheap. Call
price $13,700 only $1,500 1323 NW 58th Terrace. Mr. Leven 757-3481 boss with unlimited earning TODAYIIl!

down and $92 month pays --- FOR RENT potential, parttime or full-
all for this beautiful home. A. Nice time. Husband and wife can 339 NW 39 STREET
Ben-Kori, Realtor call any- Lot. Between 53rd and 54th lady or man wanting a work together. 987-6820. eves.

time 751-2243. Streets on 25th Ave. 75x129.. rented 6345691.room in nice home, call Bank or FHA terms. No loan cost. Free new
Call FR 3-3007. June 2

only $450 Swin fish Furn. effcy. Utilities free.
Total price $13,700 boat in your own
down and $92 month pays all. backyard, $700 down, FHA, 4761Y2 NW 22nd Ave. LEGAL NOTICE Call Owner 758-8749
This is a perfect spotlesshome 1146 NW 85th street. PL 4- --------
2 bedroom, 1 bath, large 0246. 1 and 2 bedroom, furnished Notice under Fictitious Name

living room full dining room, duplex. $24.00 and $27.50 Law
large bedrooms. Beautiful NO CLOSING COSTS weekly. 2007 NW 95th Terr. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ...
yard, beautiful yard. This is Beautiful waterfront 3 bed- 633-2429. that the undersigned, desiringto

something special, a must room, CBS, Garage, tile roof, ----- engage in business under

see if you are looking for a awning windows, awnings, air Nice studio apt. furn. 5541 the fictitious name of

perfect home. A. Ben-Kori\ conditioners, wall to wall car- NW 6th place. Also 749 NW FACTORY METHOD TV

Realtor call anytime 751-2243. pet, Fla room, appliances, etc. 61st Street. Apt. 4 Unfurn. SERVICEat
---- Price only $15,500 with $500 $20 week. number 1211 NW 54th Streetin
Adults only.
BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX down and $93.81 month. Life Kori Realtor, 751-2243. Ben- the City of Miami Fla. intends ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS

FHA total price $15,800, only Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th to register the said

$600 down, veterans only $100 Ave. PL 9-4371.. Open eves, Large cool nice, 1 bedroom, name with the clerk of the $350 DOWN 3 BEDROOM. Fla room, enclosed

down, $111 month pays all. Sundays. (4 rooms) furnished, unfurn Dade County, Florida. porch. Dining room, appliances, nice yard.
Live rent free, buy this beau- ished. wk. Dated at Miami, Florida,
$14 653 NW 27th St.
tiful property completely fur- NO QUALIFYING III 4-8004. 373-7974. Open. this 27th day of May, 1966. $300 DOWN 3 BEDROOM. Dining room, utility
side live in
nished, rent one ,
We have 2 homes in the Manor Leonard Weiss, Owner roominly $77 month.
the other, this is a very largebeal.ttiful Park area that you can buy 1 bedroom apt. unfum. no May 27; June 3, 10, 17.

1919 NW duplex.then Drive call by me with $500 down and move rightin. children, 3370 NW 51 Terr. or MANOR PARK ATTRACTIVE CORNER

A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- Both have 2 bedrooms, car- call Mr. Gilbert 634-4321. LEGAL NOTICE DOUBLE LOT. FENCED. Garage, all beautiful
3370 NW 51 St.Northwest.
port, jalousie windows, awn-
2243. and large rooms, Fla room, dining room, utility room,
ings located.
--- are nicely Notice Under Fictitious Name appliances. FHA or bank terms.
FHA $350 DOWN Keys at Life Realty, Broker, Homes Law .
$11,300, $100 down to veterans 4932 NW 7th Avenue. PL 9- One 2 bedroom unfum. $18.50wk. ,
$86 month pays all. 4371. Open evenings, Sundays. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN $250 DOWN. $62 MO. 2 bedroom, dining room,
that the undersigned desiringto
This is the most charming ---- 1 bedroom apt.fum. $13.50 wk. utility room, carport, appliances.
in business under
spotless home, wall to wall NO CLOSING COSTS 1 room cottage furn. $10 wk. engage
the fictitious of .
carpet, garage, in perfect 3 bedroom, 2 bath, in heart of LEONARDI REALTY COUSIN'S RECORD name SHOP $300 DOWN. 2 BEDROOM. Dining room, utilityroom

shape. It is a must see, if you Manor Park. Tile roof, carport 9106 NW 17th Avenue AND INCOME TAX SERVICEat carport, appliances. Only $73 month. Best
for the best for 699-0092
are looking Jalousie window, awn- area.
the least money. A. Ben-Kori, ings. Owner will make this number 2715 NW 54th Streetin
Realotr 751-2243. 1832 v-37th St. Near Jack- the city of Miami Fla. intends -
---- house like new and its on 52ndSt. son school, bus, shopping, 1 to register the said II $300 DOWN. 2 BEDROOM. Fla room, diningroom
15th Ave. Price only
NO QUALIFYING with down and large bedroom apt. furn. $22 name with the clerk of the carport, utility room, sprinkler. Only $76
$13.200 $400
Open Sunday, total price is $80 month. Life Realty, Broker wk. Adults, no pets. FR 3- Circuit Court of Dade County, m o.

$13,950 only $1,500 down 3175, III 5-3524, NE 4-0942. Fla.
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-
and this home. Dated ut Miami, Florida,
come see Com- NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom, enclosed porch,
pletely fenced, wall to wall 4371. Open Sundays. this 27th day of May, 1966.
Lovely house, good location,', dining room, utility room, carport, appliances,
carpet, great big Fla room, Albert We llington Cooke, owner
NO CLOSING COSTS fenced yard, no children. $22or Only $700 down, $10,500 total. $80 month.
panelled bedroom. 3 bed will sell $100 down. NE 5- May 27. June 3, 10, 17.
rooms, 1 bath, 925 NW 84thSt. 3 bedroom CBS on 2 lots. WE HAVE MANY OTHERS

Open 3 to 6 Sunday. Call Large garage with workshop, 5566. ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
anytime. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor large front porch,large kitchen, ---- FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONSJSHEl
Furn. one apt. Large
7512243. appliances. Price only $13,000 L
and and spacious adults only. ON ARCOLA LAKE
---- with $400 down $84 mo.
NO QUALIFYING Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Need reference, open on week-
Open Sunday 3 to 6, 935 NW' 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open ends. 1237 NW 77th Terr. Beautiful 2 bedroom, REI L14 y BROKER

84th st. Total price $13,050, eves, Sundays. ----- CBS, custom built.
Nice 1 bedroom apt. $17. Liberty -
down 3 bedrooms, 1 t
$1,600 ,
bath, perfect condition, come -NO CLOSING-- COSTS Rental Agency. 2020 NW All large rooms, Fla !::4260 i NW 71k Avi., 751-5551

and see. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 62nd St. Call 633-7809. 13x21. ,.
Like new 3 bedroom CBS in room, Many : '__ :. -o--. .
751-2243. Bunche Park.Awning windows, -
---- CBS, 2. bedroom, apt. $22. extras. By owner.
painted in -
South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. side large yardffeshly and out. Price only Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 8320 NW 10 AvenueP
NW 62nd St. call 633-7809.
$9,000 total. $200 down. $9,500 with $300 down and

Freshly painted Big 100xl25 $57 month. Key at Life Realty Nice-2 -bedroom-- home. $25. 4-3953

lot. Owner: 373-3304. Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 I EDISON Specials i
-- and
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
Open 1 to 6 p.m. Spaciouscorner evenings.
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beauty. 995 NW 84th
------- bedroom home, $27.
Terr. $700 down, 1 monthly CBS, 3 DignifiedProfitable OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
payment pays all. Completeltastefully }, Income property, 3 bedroomand Liberty Rental Agency. 2020
effcy. FHA $14550. $91 NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
furn. 20x20 Fla 6420 NW I PLACE 'C
month. Rent will
per pay
room, large bedrooms, large Career Selling
Furn. 1 bedroom cottage with New
closets, air conditioner, gara- monthly payments. $1650 Exceptionally nice. CBS home, tile roof, Fla
cash. Owner NW 91stSt. carport for working couple Mutual Funds
ge, delightful patio. Come see 1863 NW 55th Street. an" room, enclosed porch. Only $300 down, FHA.
only. 2331 SUCCESSFUL men
for yourself. NO closing cost. women in thus field rank. $78.54 month, no closing costs. This is a very
--- Nit
---- experIenceaneceaY. W. nice area near all Edison schools. Just off NW
$60 0 down.$8'2 month. 929 NW NO CLOSING COSTS Beautifully furn. room, private will (tlv. quelifyhyou tr lnlnnredert 2nd Ave.
49th St. CBS, move right in, Like new CBS,duplex in Alla- entrance, private bath, wall to important to field All Inquire In thl
owner, 758-8749. pattah area, large patio with wall carport, large closet with kept In mrlct confident..
---- awning, jalousie windows, two windows. 1855 NW 69th St. Call or .Writ for .n -p.pnlntm.nl. ALSO SEE US FOR THESE

$500 down. $81 month, 1904 Spanish tile floors, appliances --- Mr. Torelll Investment Pr..ltI.ntPrud..nUal Corpnr tlonM 1 38th St.2 bedroom, CBS, like new. $67.27 mo.
NW 90th St. CBS, move,right Price only $11,800 with $400 Room for nice lady, nice loca- I > BKciyn Blvd. 7S9'I4 6 $200 down. FHA. No closing costs.

in, owner, 758-8749. down and $88 month pays all. tion in private home 757-3862.

Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW -- .. 2 66th St. CBS, 2 bedroom, tile roof, $250 do.

CBS, 3 bedroom, $700 down, 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Deluxe' 3 bedroom apt. in No closing cost.
$92 month, 7025 NW 28th Ave. Sundays. Liberty City. Air conditionand Join theNAACP

Move right in, owner, 758- heat, partly furnished,
3 65th St. CBS tile roof $250 down FHA
bedroom dining no
8749. By owner, 2 upstairs, carport. 2 entrances.
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The last day of school is rapidly approaching.This .

year will be the last year in school for many stu-
dents while others will continue school in the fall.

Students will be busy studying for final examina-

tions and others will be busy with last minute activi-

ties. There will be school closing dances, parti es, t ,,' ,

picnics, etc. Some students will be so involved with .

such activities that they will forget some of the impor-
tant things that they once looked forward to for the 1A
future. I _

Seniors should remember that graduation is only __

one of their big steps into society, while students who I

r" aren't graduating must remember that they have much ,
farther to go to reach their goals.Of i-ji. r w

course everyone wants a rest at some time or -
the other; and, having a vacation should be the time
for fun and relaxation. We ruin our summer by getting k

involved in trouble, or getting seriously injured. ," '
Instead of waiting for the last day of school to ll.1:!!' ;'\
prepare for our summer vacation, it is best that we 'r'1f.; ,
take prompt action and prepare a list of activities and :-. ---. ....

events which will keep you occupied during the sum- Miami Northwestern Thespian Troupe 1880, directed ie Coleman, Adella Adderly, Terry Parker, Carolyn

mer. by Mary Oliver, climaxed a successful year of Morrison, Carolyn Wilcox, Fletcher Paschal, Ben

Everyone may not be able to go on a vacation or drama with its first formal ball. Among the participants West, Minnie Hunter, John Culmer and Dorothy Carline.

get a job. However there are other activities in which of the program were William Parks Esther Brin- At the last Thespian meeting officers were elect-

you may participate. If you find that you are able to son, Michelle Tremble and Betty Sheftall. Refresh- ed for the year 1966-1967 They are Michelle Tremble,

go on a vacation, don't protest or threaten your pa- ments included d'oeuvresfrappe and relish trays. president; Wayne Maycock, vice president; Rita Wash-

rents. Remember that everyone cannot afford a vaca- Gail Williams served as mistress fo ceremonies. ington, secretary; Adela Adderlv. corresponding secretary -

:, tion. Productions for this year included "A Wackey ; Jewel Mosley, treasurer; Carolyn Morrison,

Neither will everyone be eligible or old enough to Night of Drama," an annual variety show, "The, Man parliamentarian; Glenn Crowell, sargeant-at-arms; Bar-

get a job. However.if you contine your education, suc- Who Died at Twelve O'clock," "Craig's Wife," by bara Day, scribe; Gail Willingham, reporter; Lois

cessfully, you too, may have the chance at either of George Kelly and Maxwell Anderson's "The Bad Gibbs, scout.

these.Ask Seed." Top left: Thespian Troupe 1880. First row, Terry
at school for planned activities for the sum- The troupe also participated in the Interscholastic Parker, Gail Willingham Fletcher Paschal, John Cul-

mer. Most schools will present a six weeks program of Speech and Drama Association Festival in Talla mer. Second row, James Maycock, William Parks,

summer school. It will be one of the most enjoyable as hassee. Thespian 1880 presented a one-act play, Mamie Butts, Ben West, Jestina Davis, Betty Shef-
well as beneficial ways to enjoy the summer. "The Sun is a Dead Man's Weapon;" two poems, "The tall. ,

Raven" William Parks and "The Owl Critic" Gail Top right. A scene from "The Bad Seed" show-

Willingham; original monologues "The Cell" by ing William Parks, Mamie Butts and Fletcher Pas-

Barbara Day and "My Life" by Theodore Robinson. chal. Insert is Mrs. Mary Oliver, drama instructor.

Places that were visited this year included Sil- Bottom left, Donna Simmons in another scene from
ver Springs, Six Gun Territory and the University of "The Bad Seed."

Florida. Bottom right. These Go-Go Girls performed at the

The initiation ceremony this year was formal and Variety Show They are Ernestine Brinson, Yvonne

held before the student body: New Thespians are Taylor, Vyudna Williams, Jacqueline Rozier, Rita
Loise Smith, Glenn Crowell, Theodore Robinson, J ack- Melva Deshazior.
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5u1 Job Fair Set For Saturday Notes On DorseyOh I

"The heart of the problem situation, a ,Job Fair will be I'm so glad this day is answers the question, "What
faced by Negroes as they held for the first time in 'over, were the sentiments of is a School?"
strive to enter the main Miami. The date is Saturday, 'one student teacher at the end "A school is your home
stream of American economic May 28. The place is Miami of Student Government Day. away from home. I say this
life is employment oppor- Senior High School. The timeis On Friday, May 13 more because I think that a child
'I tunity," says a report submitted ) 9a.m.to 1 p.m. than 100 ninth graders exchanged should feel at ease in school
to President Johnson. places with membersof just as he would at home.
\ Facing up to this vital The Job Fair is sponsoredby the administration, facultyand School gives a person
the Greater Miami Urban staff for an unforgettable something to look forward to.
League in cooperation with day. If you have ever stopped to
CLIFFORD MATTHEWS the Equal Opportunity Employ- The Student Council and think about it, you will find
ment Project and the Plans
\' BACCALAUREATE its sponsor, Mrs. Nancy Pas- that most of your acquain-
for Progress Companies. chal, are to be congratulated tances are made in school.
SUNDAYThe for well and well But this isn't the only pur-
a planned
a. '......- More than 35 local companies -
graduates of Mt. Sinai executed day. We know that pose of school. School is for
Steve Marshall
presents Mrs. Ethel G. Primus a will have represen-
Baptist Church have chosenas this has been a worthwhile the purpose of preparing
from the tatives from their personnel
plaque and
PTA the
I community. Johnson of children for a better future.
Miami Photo. their baccalaureate speaker departments at the Job Fai- learning experience for all
this concerned.The At your age now $50 a week
year, one of Miami'sbest to interview and hire higl
ETHEL PRIMUS DAY OBSERVED IN HIALEAHWe known orators, CliffordR. school and college graduatesto for working would seem like
take this way of thanking Mrs. Docia Howell, County Matthews, Sr. The speakerhas fill vacancies in professional annual Spring Concert the best thing that ever hap-
appeared in of the of the DHS band, Under. the pened. When1! you reach the
many clerical sales
our many friends for a job Council PTA president. There ser-
large cities of Florida and the direction of Jonathan Thurs- point where you will have to
well done. There comes a time were many principals, assis- vice, skilled, and semi-
in the life of everyone when tant principals, teachers, nation. lie has chosen to skilled positions. ton was. a highly successfulevent. support a family, this will be
; encouragement in the daily friends, relatives and well- speak to the graduates on barely enough money on whichto
life is needed. This encouragement wishers who joined into make Sunday from the topic: "Vi Buses for free transportation Guest soloist of the even survive.
may be done both joy- this a glorious day for Mrs. tamins of Education." You to the Job Fair will leave ing was Linda Adams who Ithink that everyone should
fully and sorrowfully. This Primus. will not want to miss this from Mays High School in played the Flute Fresco. Stu- have his share of pleasure. So
was done with sincere gratitude Special thanks to the plan unique program on Sunday at Goulds at 8:30; from George dent conductors were Barbara why not attend school today
s on May 15, 1966 at the ning committee of James 11 o'clock. The church is lo Washington Carver High in Williams, Oliver Austin (soloist and prepare for the world tomorrow
James Weldon Johnson Elementary Weldon Johnson, community,al.cated on the corner of 47th Coconut Grove at 9:45: and also) and Cheryl Pinder. ?"
School when the parents so Mr. Steve Marshall and his Street and 7th Avenue. from North Dade High School, Recent assembly speakers
most efficient and Opa-locka at 11:10. have b en Atty. Tom Schulteand A very jubilant student
teachers and the communities cooperative
body welcomed the news of
Mr. Sears. Schulte
staff of PTA workers Atty.
of both Hialeah the
city ,
a.T.W. BANDThe is the outcome of the voting for
Seminola Recreational George V. Crawford spoke on "Las Day U. S. A."
and Seminola in the
joined per- chairman and Calvin Jenningsis Student Council president and
He the students
pointed out to
celebration of Ethel Gates sonnel many gifts, flowers, Booker T. WashingtonHigh vice president.
coordinator of the project. that we have rights and
Primus Day for twenty-nin telegram, were presented, School Band boasts of many Helen Williams will be
years of faithful services.In but two plaques were given; some outstanding students, privileges which we take for Student Council President for
the absence of the one from the Recreation not only in excellence in performance granted. Our students were reminded -
the next school term. Alma
honorable Mayor Henry Mi- Division of Hialeah, presented but in citizenshipand GUITAR AND that along with every Nickerson will
serve aa
lander of Hialeah, Mrs. Geral- by Mr. Jimmy Harris and scholarship service to FOLKSINGINGCLASSES right goes responsibilities and vice president.
dine Mitchell, director of '*'. Steve Marshall presented the school. Band scholarshipsto that rights and duties begin in
Hialeah Welfare presented the the plaque from the PTA and the Florida A&M Universityhave AT THE the home.
thn community. been awarded to Mr. Sears came to us from
Proclamation to Mrs. Primus.! Anthony KENDALL YWCAThe
f The Dade County School Thanks to Hialeah Florist Barber,a versatile trombonist, the American Red Gross and RECITAL AT
Board was represented by persons for such beautiful flowers. Joel Stirrup, a versatile baritone Kendall YWCA 9350 presented two films and I
such as Mrs. Helen All of this couldn't have ; Terry Brown, a versa- SW 79th Avenue will offer lecture concerning "Water BROWNSVILLEJUNIOR
Vosloh, Mr. Patrick Mooneyof been done without the help of tile trombonist; Alfred Fin- classes for children in Safety." With summer vacation HIGH FRIDAYThe
the North Central District the community in which Mrs. ney, baritone hornist; and guitar and folksinging beginning just ahead some lives
Miss Marjorie Plummer of the Primus shared her many ex Samuel Solomon, a percus- Thursday, June 16, may be saved by these timely Brownsville Junior
North East District, Miss periences. Since Mrs. Primusis i sionist from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. tips., High School Ballet Club is
Margaret Gilkey, director of leaving as principal but Timothy O. Savage, director Sara Ann Caban will instruct sponsoring a recital on Friday -
guidance, Miss Betty Gilkey, going on a special assign- of instrumental music an- the series for the Y.Mrs. .Students are eagerly awaiting May 27, at 7:30 p.nu
g "I supt. of South District, Mrs. ment. The incoming princI- nounces that a summer band Caban has performed Awards Day which will be This recital will be one of the
Callie B. Sievers, director of pal will be Mr. Robert Well- program will be offered to all ,professionally in South Carolina May 26 and 27. Have you done outstanding events of this
elementary schools, Mrs. man. May God bless all of students and adults beginningJune and has been teachingfor your best? Angels can do no year. Admission: Adults $1.00
Hazel Troy, director of ele- you and continue to work 13th in the B.T.W. several years.Enrollment more.Our students .50, We will be
,mentary schools,Mr*. Genes faithfully and with God all Band Room. Get your instru- will be limited.' student writer for the looking forward. to seeing you
Sweeting, PTA president and.things are possible. ments and come out. Call 271-3431 to register. week is Robert Colston. He here. '

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SIAC ChampionshipATLANTA
A devastating set a new mark of 6'10" in the
track and field team from high jump. Kent Schoolfield 41
i Florida A&M University went another
yearling from Columbus !
:hrough the Southern Intercollegiate Ohio, set the pace for
Athletic Conference others to follow in the 440-
RMB xrMQver' championship meet here recently yard intermediate hurdles in
LE .
( LfO like a tornado, leaving 56.2 seconds. The 440-yard ;:, BY.HARRY SPEAR
Jo.- discontent and confusion in intermediates were run for ,the

CLAY GETS SAME RESULTS WITH its path.The Rattlers' 86 points first Other time this first year.place winnersfor TAN TRACKSTERS DOMINATE NEWS ALL CITY

(UNPREDICTABLE STYLE were 57 more than their near- FAMU by Jerry Paulk in Athletes who are honored by the Miami Daily
unpredictable est rival. Morehouse College the mile run (4:29.4) Major News All City Star Team are:
Clay as
Cassius ,
except defending SIAC champion, was Hazelton in the 440-yard run 100-yd Dash: James Gaston, North Dade, 9.6;
I for the fact of whipping everyone who dares to enter second with a mere 29 points. (49.6) Ceasar Austin in the 220-yd Dash: James Gaston, North Dade, 21.6 Shot
into a ring with him did what was expected of him in The Maroon Tigers raised a 880-yard run (1:58.4) and
strong after Eugene Milton in Put: Adam Morrison, Northwestern, 55-11; High Jump:
I bout with the British grocer, whose tissue protest nearly the 100-
his paper
3,000 fans watched the yard dash (9.6.) Fred Hanna, Jackson, 6-4'/j; Long Jump: Art Spicer,
withstand the
could not razor-like jabs of the
skin, Rattlers take first place in 10 FAMU's 440-yard relay Northwestern, 23-7.
world champion.The of the 16 events. team, Hazelton, Milton, Na- 220-yd: James Gaston, North Dade, 21.6; 220-
fight, not too suspensive, was keyed to Don Smith broke his own thaniel James and Jim Ash- yds.: Carroll Wooten, Northwestern, 22.4; 110-yds: Car-
whether or not Cooper could maneuver his famous left record in the shot put by heav- croft, sped home ahead of the roll, Northwestern, 10.6; 440-yds: James Jones, Cur- .-I

hook into position; unable to pinpoint the fastmovingClay ing the ball 52' 2y=". Smith pack in 42.6. The mile relay ley, 49.3; 440-yds: Les Miller, Palmetto, 49.0.
won the discus for the third team closed the meet with a
his whole effort was fruitless. 100-yd Dash: Curtis Larkin, Northwestern, 9.6;
straight year. His throw this brilliant run of 3:20.6: by Ger-
After five heavyweight championship fights thereis year was 161'11", Ken Browna ald Samuels, Lionel Russell, High Jump: Sam Payne, Northwestern, 6-3; Long

still no adequate assessment of Clay, the fighter, vreshman from Oakland, Cal.Wh.n John Jackson and Austin. Jump: Willis McGahee, Carver, 23-2.

because there has never been a set pattern from whichto 220-yds: Curtis Larkins, Northwestern, 22.5; 110-
yds: Curtis Larkins, Northwestern, 10.6; 440-yds:

judge.There is no argument that Cassius is the best Chris Stubbs Elected By Jerry Bibby, Northwestern, 49.8.
Northwestern, who won the all Negro state tit-
that is not necessarily al strong recommend
around a.
le after winning the all county crown for the third year
tion-but he has whipped everyonethey have sent him Collegiate Kiwanis in a row, also comes in for a full share of recognition.The .

up against or those he has picked himself.In Bulls placed three members of their squad on the
his first fight with Sonny Liston he seemed to Christopher Orring Stubbsa most representatives of any school.
be a terrible young man until he found out that Listonwas Miami-Dade Junior College
freshman, has been elected
a flat-footed old man, who could not get out his vice president of Collegiate MARLIN AND FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE NOTES

own tracks. Kiwanis. award winning
What happened in the second fight is safely se- service fraternmty. The Marlins are a much improved team since adding -

cured with Liston, but it was then that Clay began to Collegiate Kiwanis is a more power to their squad. The new additions are a'

present himself as 'a slick, fast, accurate, two-fisted college sponsored organization Don Deptula, infielder; Carl Cmerjrek, outfielder;
machine. of the Miami Northside George Balakcatcher, ; Lance Tolbert, pitcher; and
chapter of Kiwanis Interna-
Why he didn't knock out Floyd Patterson, withan tional, commonly known aa tw ? Paul Gilliford, pitcher.

ailing back is mysterious; but there again, who Circle K.Stubbs. The Marlin management is planning several spe-
cial nights for the next few months.
knows what pattern lie will follow. was elected in an-
nual spring election by an Just a few of the former Florida State Leaguersnow
Clay was more devil-may-care against George overwhelming majority in the playing in the major leagues include Gary Peters,
Chuvalo, the Toronto sponge, but less authoriative, he first voting although there
Joe Ascue, Vic Davalillo, Sam McDowell, Rockey Co-
took few to the body but did not seem con- several other candidates
a punches were lavito, Ken Harrelson, Marcelino Lopez, Tom Tresh,
cerned since they were not in his face. vying for the position.A Felipe Alou, Cookie Rojas and Ferguson Jenkins.

With Cooper he was cautious and on the run, may- Bahamian student, plans to continue studying Former Marlins: Gerry Griffin is hitting .381 with
be remembering the left hook that decked him three Stubbs is currently studying architecture at either the Macon of the Southern League. Al Raffo is 3-0 with a
architecture at MiamiDade.Prior .
years ago, still it is difficult to figure out what Clayrememb'er's to his election as University of Claifomia or 1.29 era,also at Macon. Mark Vattimo was the winning
or what occupies his changeable mind. vice president, Stubbs servedas McGill University in Canada. pitcher when Spartanburg of the Western Carolinas

He was only fast enough to stay away from Cooper treasurer and representative Stubbs who is the son of League defeated Greenville, 12-1 before a sellout

not nearly as fast as his capabilities, yet his quick of the Student Government Mrs. Kathleen Grove in Stubbs Nassau of,Coconut explains crowd in Spartanburg. Spartanburg is where former

clean and accurate jabs were fast enough that this Service Council for the KI- that he doesn't really Marlin Assistant General Manager Pat Williams has
combination the wanis. He is a recipient of possess any secret formulafor been the past two seasons. Pat is on the board of
left Cooper who was winning fightto
the Distinguished Service success but "you haveto the Spartanburg Club and is continuing to put on many
this point a bleeding pulp. Clay's own words prob- Award which is given each heart into
put any-
your selected
special events. Pat was as the outstanding
ably renders the best explanation for a Clay style of year to the Collegiate Kiwanis thing you do. You have to be
in the Western Carolinas last
general League
fighting."I having done most to help the sincere, honest and edicat- manager

fight just, hard enough to win, no more," said organization.a similar He award also from received the- ,ed." year.

Clay. "I fight so's I come o"+ the winner and I don't M-DJC Student Government H

have no scratches on my face." Association.Prior .
to coming to America -

SPQRTING MONEY FOR THE BAHAMASThe in 1959 he attended the
Government High School and
Bahamas government is changing its currency was active in extra-curricular

from pounds and shillings to dollars and cents and activities there also. He was t '

the new notes and coins contain some of the most at- vice president of the Junior ,
Counselors, president of the
tractive sports outdoor scenes you ever spent. The Junior Progressive Society, H ,
reverse side of the British colony's dime shows two member of the Bahamian Stu- ,
bonefish. The $1 bill represents an undersea worldin dent Association and the Junior ....

full color. There is no $2 bill, but the big silver Chamber of Commerce and ffi
$2 coin shows two flamingos against the setting sun. chairman of the Ways and '
Means Committee of the Ba-
There is, however, a $3 bill (phony no more, sir) hamas Progressive Education i-t
showing a crescent-shaped beach. The $100 bill is Association. \

the gem in this financial art gallery. It shows a leap- Upon completion of his

ing white marlin, a blue sea with a fishing boat in studies at Miami-Dade he

the background.Sir .

Stafford Sands, Minister of Finance goes the
credit to the great influx of American tourists for the TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

revolutionary change of the currency. CHURCH SUNDAY


large contingent of track stars from Northwestern -

Carver and North Dade high schools has been invited 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE
to take part in the Sunshine Dairy State Invita- THE COMMUNITY

tional track meet May 28 at Miami-Dade Junior College.A An American Classic Track Meet was sponsored by Buster Brown Shoes and

total of 150 Florida track stars, 38 of them i.BUYING e BUILDING Burdine's Stores at Moore Park on May 7. Donald Hylor, physical education teacherat

state champions, have received bids to attend, ac- TCML t STANLEY Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School, is accepting a trophy from Miss Slaboda of I

cording to Jim May, Jaycee chairman of the event. PL I-ICM Burdines as Zobrann Nesbitt and Carolyn Smith, both all events winners, look on.
There are eight state championships represented in 3
the bids to Northwestern, Carver and North Dade. .......Iful H...s
Built Yew Lot
The Sunshitt Invitational is sponsored by South or Owe "Any whore in ti.. world CO EARN

Miami Jaycees tad Southeast Florida Dairy Institute. / ArlroctUe Al.,. yew wont to go" GO DIES ItoRT1l EXTRA MONEYTo

Admissioa is by dairy ticket, obtainable free at food te..dAldtti.w.Kos Th'tf1! mrr bvy a home

and dairy stores and to be accompanied by a 25* donation U. Demolish NO MOB If.T For better paying fobs-Urgent- To start children's education
fund. Last Your Worn Out need: I rand
to the Boy Scout camp improvement H..... and Builds Baby titters
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 27, 155

Resentment of Negro Building/ UpA :

report of a study of racial cized newspaper coverage of fall of the condition of the \
problems in the South southern school integrationlast South added to the frustration. F
warned last Thursday in Washington fall and described the "The truth is that condi-
(1 that anger and violence federal anti-poverty programas 'tions in the South were neither -
among southern Negroes is a failure. integrated nor peaceful," /i
nearer to the surface and nearer Resentment on the part of it said.. Between S and 6 per
to exploding. "The new day both lower and middle class cent of the region's more than
is not here yet," it said. Negroes has been buildingup 3 million Negro children attending 1 i\\
"The miracle of non-retali since the 1964 Civil Rights classes with whites, 1 ht5t'n + a
ation from Negroes cannot be Act, it said. the report said, "and often
expected to continue. The only "The febble gains openingthe these children and their iI
hope" the report said, is that door just wide enough to parents paid a very high price
"the realization and prom- let those outside to look at for the experience." I W 7A j
ises and potential can be life inside," said the report, Families were evicted from '
speeded." It called on all "have spurred a greater de- tenant farms, or sharecropperscabins
levels of government to do I sire to> participate in that others lost jobs, some Ar
this. life; at the same time frus- were beaten or shot at .
Prepared jointly by the tration with lagging progress Others saw their children
Southern Regional Counciland tempts the outsiders 'o des- abused and imprisoned."Yet /
the American Jewish Committee troy it. ." the headlines con- \
the report also criti- The report said that a tinue to assure the nation that : ;
I( general misunderstanding school integration continueto .
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