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Title: The Miami times
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1966
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Vol. 43 No. 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1966 16 PAGES 15*

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r Some 11.000 graduatesfrom in Dado's high schools will boys.Miami liam Johnson and salutatorianis
20 high schools will be those of Coral Gables High Northwestern honor Ginger Givens Commencement -
march down the aisles to receive with some 1,100 sebiors re- graduates are Jacqueline Cof- is 8 P.m. at Dade County
diplomas in commence- ceiving diplomas and Hialeah fee and Linda Adams, vale- Auditorium.
ment exercises June 3-8. High with some 1000. dictorian. Salutatorian is North Dade's top studentsare
Roslyn Dunn. Commencementis Carolyn Eliard and Walter
At five of the 20 schools
there were tie scores for the Smallest will be George Tuesday 8 p.m. at Miami Richardson. Commencement Is
Alt coveted honors of valedictorian. Washington Carver with 116 Beach Auditorium. Tuesday 8 P.m. in the John F.
graduates and North Dade with George Washington Car- Kennedy Health Center.
Th 1 ,r. Miami Northwestern came 128, both graduating their last ver's valedictorian is Judith Booker T. Washington has

4 up with twin valedictorians, senior classes. The schools Jones, salutatorians are Don- as valedictorian Carolyn Robinson --
both of them girls. Hialeah will become junior highs nextyear. ald Glenn and Lula Daniels. and salutatorian is

High wound up with two salu- Commencement is Saturday 8 Paulette Martin. Commencement -
tatorians-both boys name Approximately 65 per cent p.m. in the school auditor will be held Friday
Bill.. of the graduates, based upona i ium. afternoon at 2 o'clock in the

Ni tiiMwwti The digits came out in follow-up study of last Mays valedictorian is Wil- Dade County Auditorium.
duet for the honor of saluta- year's seniors will go on to
torian at North Miami High higher education. More than
and George Washington Car- half will attend local col- .
M
;
r ver High, too. leges or the University of Wee President.B'a' ts

But Miami Edison's sen- Miami. .1
iors outdid them all in the Last year 768 of Dade's

tangle of ties-with a twowaytie graduates received scholar- Class
Upper Negroes
for first place honors and ships having a one year valueof
a three-way tie for second $792. 251 to help them obtain
place honors. college training. Of these Upper-class Negroes who articulate members of their

pit r Mr Largest graduation classes 369 were girls and 399 were ignore the plight of their less race."

fortunate fellow Negroes were "Their interest is not in
sharply criticized Tuesday by securing} the fruits of equalityfor it

13 Miamians Attend White Vice President Hubert Hump their brothers but in preserving d
hrey as he opened the White their own personal
House Conference on Civil good fortune and personal
BARRY GRADUATEMiss emy in Baltimore. House Conference Rights in Washington.In accomplishments," he said. .
Miss Gray was the first Humphrey also struck in
Cassandra Monica young woman to volunteer and The White House Confe- sioner M. Athalie Range, R. a prepared address key- his speech at "Americans,
Gray, daughter of Mr. and be accepted for the Barry rence "To Fill These Needs"met S. Jackson, Frank Ross, noting the conference "to some of them on human rela-
Mrs. Vernon E. Gray of 1815 College Time-Out Program June 1-2 in Washingtonwith Atty. Henry Arrington, David fulfill these rights," Hump tions commission, who ap-
NW 89th Terr., received her (TOP) which asks the young President Johnson as Pemberton, Rev. Augustus hrey, said there are "Negro pear more concerned about
bachelor of science degree atgraduation teacher to take time out from host.An Vande Bosche, Mrs. Harriett Americans who appear more preserving the status quo
ceremonies on May her public school teachingcareer estimated 2,400 per- Margulis, Talmadge S. Fair concerned about their own than rooting out longstanding
30 from Barry College, Miami and normal salary to sons, representing all seg- Ronald Young and Jack Gold- position than about the plight injustices facing residentsof

Shores. take the place of a Dominican ments of American life, were en. 'of those less fortunate, less their community."

This year Miss Gray was Sister in the classroom. in attendance.The ,

secretary-treasurer of the Under this program,an Adrian Conference _..agenda ?;, +i', +. ti'f ri.i." Tj tx .x n'i.' J i'' G a P' ryy
Student Council and was list- Dominican Sister wouldbe consists of far-reaching, actionoriented ? \
ed in the Who's Who Among released from her present recommendationsin

Students in American Univer- classroom duties to return as four critical subject areas- ki '? ,3r .'l Jl 'eP y, .4 f
sities and Colleges. She is a a teacher to complete her Economic Security and Wel- yr.y t r" .IFh
graduate of St. Frances Acad- degree requirements. fare; Housing ; Education ;
and the Administration of Jus-
tice. The recommendationsare
contained in a compre-
NEGROES BREAKTHROUGH hensive report of the confe- DEDICATION SUNDAYThe In her years here, she has
rence, compiled under the been the founder of many Im-
supervision of a 30-member first of Miami's relocation portant programs aimed at
I ALABAMA leadership council appointedby housing projects, to community beautification and

President Johnson to be named the Annie M. Cole- improvement..
oversee the detailed plan- man Gardens, will be dedicatedin Taking part in the dedica-
POLITICAL BARRIERA ning for the conference. formal ceremonies Sundayat tion program will be Mrs. Ida
Among Miamians attendingthe the project site, 2501 NW Ratcliff, former principal of

Birmingham Negro be- losers in a 22 white versus- White House Conferenceare 56th Street. Brownsville Junior High
came the first of his race to Negro contest. All the Ne- : Mrs. Genesta Sweeting, The new 144-unit complex, School and now a member of
run for sheriff in Alabama groes were defeated. Mrs. Bessie Brunt Mrs. Eli- which represents part o f a the administrative staff she
since Reconstruction days, Eight Negroes seeking zabeth Espy Curtis, Commis- planned overall scattered site r will deliver the main address.Mrs. .
will be used y aA 1J a. Dana Dorsey Chapman,
when he won the Democratic seats in the Legislature were development,
to house families prominent community civic
nomination in the runoff unsuccessful. This leaves the primarily
Tuesday. state's lawmaking body still November general election. displaced by downtown ex- leader, will give the response

Lucius Amerson won the with 141 white members. It Five years ago Negroeshad pressway construction. and Fletcher A. Paschal, of
Democratic nomination in Ma- is likely to remain so until difficulty registering in Construction under a federal the Economic Opportunity
Macon County, but now they Program will preside.
con County in spite of a split 1970, unless a vacancy oc- program, administered
have 2-1 voting majority. the Miami Housing Members of the Miami
locally by
Negro voters. Three
among curs.A Their vote was split when a Martin
Housing Authority are
former the project is being
other Negroes won over white 32-year-old pos- Authority,
opponents. tal employe who left his jobto Negro councilman, the Rev.K. named in honor of Mrs. Cole- Fine, chairman; J. Mark
L. Buford, supported vice chairman CharlesR.
Stanley, ;
Fred D. Gray, one of the campaign for sheriff, man for her many years of
Sheriff Harvey Sadler, Amer-
state's best known civil Amerson faces possbile Re- devoted community service.Mrs. --....,- Hadley;Edward T. Stephenson -
son's opponent.L. who has and the Rev. James R.
publican opposition in the Coleman,
rights was
attorneys among
A. Locklair, a funeral received numerous citiations MRS. ANNIE M. COLEMANher Copeland.The .

director, was nominated for and awards for her civic work, late husband, the Rev. public is invited to
Gets Honorary Doctor tax collector with a decisive came to Miami in 1922 with James E. Coleman. attend.ed .
tnargin, and so was Harold
I Webb, a 67-year-old retired

Humanities DegreeMrs. teacher Board of, Revenue.for a seat on the Crackdown on Numbers RacketA .


Irene G. Pratt was The Rev. Peter Kirksey, 60. has traditionally suffered from principally by public
crackdown
civil leader in Greene major on
rights
honored with the degree of bolita and shortage of operating funds, apathy, McCown said. lie
Dade County's
was the other suc-
County,
Doctor of Humanities on May he said, will receive increased pointed out recent robberiesas
cessful candidate who ran for numbers operation was announced -
25, during commencement financial support from local an indication of the coopera-
a seat on the county school Monday by Crime
exercises at Arkansas Baptist Commission President James business in the year ahead. tive crime effort here.
College, Little Rock, Ar- board. O. McCown. Organized crime in Dadeis McCown said, "Only an

kansas. ( McCown charged that controlled by "two or aroused public will take the
Others honored with de- nourish- of crime."
syndicate criminals find a three people"-and is profit out
McClinton Nunn,
were
grees
of funds In the
Doctor of Letters, and each of prime source
the following Doctor of Divinity i- ,aIt so-called "nickel and dime" NAACP State Board
betting in the Cuban lottery
: Rev. A. Edward Davis,
and the numbers I
Rev. W. G. Terry, Rev. A+ game.
He said that both rackets
Joseph N. Harris, Rev. Augustus Meet Here June
J. Pearson.Mrs. feed on the poor, and contri- to
Pratt was the only bute to the overall picture of I .
Floridian listed. She has been lawlessness in Dade. Announcement is being Luncheon at 1:00: p.m. $3.00.
The Crime Commission isa made by Rutledge Pearson, Branch presidents, Youth
active in the district, state,
and national work of her denomination citizens' organization with- State Conference president, Councils and College Chapters
for many years. I ...;ftn- '' #I out police powers, but it will that the Florida Conference are urged to attend this
Recently she retired as MRS. IRENE O. PRATTof hammer away at tougher Board of the NAACP will hold meeting. An interesting program
,
its board meeting and lunch- is being arranged with
clerk of Mt. Olivette Baptist several citations for her enforcement through news-
Church, after having servedfor many contributions as a religious papers, radio and TV in the eon at Biscayne Terrace Hotel good speakers to be followed
50 civic and fraternal coming months, said McCown. 340Biscayne Blvd., Miami, by a general discussion pe o
She years.has been the recipient leader. The Commission, which Saturday, June 18 at 10 a.m. riod.



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2 .THE MIAMI TIMES Friday June :3. 19666

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Twenty Miamians and one The commencement activi- yMa et1pAYApaaY.Mr address was delivered the fol- Powell Smith, Madelyn Carol
white girl were among the 143 ties opened on a strong note r morning when Dr. Thomas W. Squire, Billie Lee Long and
students who received degrees Sunday afternoon when Dr. Cole, president of Wiley Col- Henry Young. r
on Monday at Bethune- Harry V.Richardson,president lege in Marshall, Texas chal-
Cookroan College's 62nd Annual of the Interdenominational lenged the graduating classto Receiving the honorary
Commencanent Exercises Theological Center in Atlanta, keep pace with the fast Doctor of Laws Degrees were:
in the college gymansium.charged the graduates and a changing world of today. J. Saxon Lloyd, Daytona,

._f_, automobile dealer and chair-
received de-
Miamians who
man of the School's Volusia
grees were Lillian Fletcher Captial Funds Committee ;
Kemp, Isabel Queen Miller,
Thomas Miller Jenkins, presi-
Shirley Ann Walace, Ezekiel
dent, Albany State College;
Harris Clare, Bessie M. Guil-
ford, John Davis Smith, Alvin and Judge P. B. Revels, mem-
Douglas, ber of the Board of Trustees.
Dennis Brown, Aaron
Awarded Citations were Miss
Hall, Jr., Catherine Masse Flay Lenora Britt, Education ... ..
Bryant, William Clark, Brenda -..,&
Tonye Harrison, Maxine Ann and Civic Enterprise; Dan Ray William Clark, son of Mrs
Hawkins, Charlene Knowles, Warren, Law and Human Rela- Rebecca Harris 3210 NW
Edwina Alexis Lord, Doris tions; and Flossie Curinton, 10th Ave..received his bache-
Civic Enterprise and Human lor of science
Delois McAllister, Frederick degree from

.... Douglas McCoy, Shirley Ann Relations.Thomas Bethune Cookman College,
-' Mr. Clark
May 30. majored in
Dr. Harry V. Richardson
elementary education. He
ipwMiss Baccalaureate Speaker started his college career at
,
Miami-Dade Junior College
where he received the edi
tor's award in basketball. At
Bethune he made the dean's
list and also a member of the
famous Wildcats Five. Mr.
r
Clark is married to the former
a Gloria Strachan.



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Sheila Lewis, Miss BCC, 1965-66, gets a -1, >>"..... MSlrrTUY
very willing helping hand from Henry Young of Miami L 4Ui"U"Your
I 'as they'prepare for the final march during commence- Miller Jenkins, President, Albany State Neighborhood Travel

ment exercises at Bethune-Cookman College. I.. College, Albany, Georgia, is shown as he receives the Agents"As
Dr. Thomas W. 'Cole Honorary Doctor of Law degree from Dr. Richard V.

Commencement Speaker Moore, President, Bethune-Cookman College. The near to you at your
t t.phone. Give us a coll.W. .
took
the
scene place during 62nd annual commencement
deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
jam-packed audience centered with a exercises where 148 students received the B.A. Ave. FR 98451. Chas. C.
', brilliant address and B.S. degree and 3 honorary degrees were awarded.Dr. North, Manager.
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J to Do About Me?" Jenkins was recently inaugurated as president of
Another thought-provoking Albany State College.

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Honor graduate, Betty Jean Allen from West Palm
Beach, Florida is shown as she receives the B.S. de- newest: .and finest(community '

gree from Dr. Joseph H. Taylor, Acting Academic

Dean, Bethune-Cookman College as Dr. Richard V. _
Moore looks on. The Summa cume laude graduate, who
earned a 4.00 average for 2 semesters acculumulated
21 A's and 3 B's during her college career. The scene
took place at BCC's 62nd annual commencement.

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June .3., 19663

NAACP Asks Court To Jackson High with honors this
High
Again
month at the tender age of 16.
I Clarinda has received the
gold tassel and gold pin for
Hear $85,000 Damage SuitWASHINGTON being in the top five per cent

of her class, plus numerous'
scholarship awards from outstanding -
The Supreme If this judgment is allowedto has been permitted to sup- colleges throughoutthe
Court's dismissal of an stand, the NAACP petition port an exorbitant award in United
States. To mention J
t
NAACP petition for a reviewof said this the
"persons throughout the case, petition a few, Howard University of
a Savannah, Oa., damage maintained.The .
country antagonistic to the
Washington, D. C. four
suit opens the way to civil work and goals of"The NAACP> NAACP, in its original scholarship Connecticutt$4,400
year
actions designed "to harass, for writ of certiorariin
will see in the Supreme petition a College of New London,Conn.;
impoverish and eventually Court's decision of April 27 its brief on the merits and four
paralyze" the National Association another means by which the in the present petition for a year $2,900 per year
scholarship
Pepperdine
for the Advancementof Association and its branches rehearing denies that it
College of California, four
Colored People, the Association "may be harassed and their authorized or ratified the
one-half tuition scholar-
charges in a petitionfor work-and indeed that of the Savannah Branch action and year
ship and Duke University of
a rehearing filed with the entire civil rights movement- denies that it authorized or
Durham N.C., four
year
Court May 25. impeded, if not completely rejects the charge of "con- scholarshi p. She has decidedto BETHUNE-COOKMAN
halted." spiracy" on which the judg- OUTSTANDING accept the scholarship at GRADUATE ,L..

Already, the NAACP petit- The Court's dismissal provides ment was based. GRADUATEClarinda Duke and pursue the field of Ezekiel Harris Clare was
foes of the Robert L. Carter, NAACP
ion said, new suits against NAACP medicine. the recipient of the: Bachelorof
the organization have been "with another technique general counsel and membersof Ann Kilpatrick,
While in
High School, Arts degree with a majorin
filed in state courts since capable of destroying its his staff, of New York City, attractive and talented daughter Clarinda was a Silver Knight Religion and ,Philosophyfrom
effectivenesss. 'Labeling' of along with E. II. Gadsen andB. of George and Winifred
April 27 when the Nominee ,
'Supreme a member of the Bethune-Cookman Col-
Court dismissed the Association's its relationship with its Clarence Mayfield of Sa- Kilpatrick, 901 NW 50th St., Optimist Service Club, Allied lege at commencement exer-
petition for review branch as one of 'agency' vannah, filed the petition. will be graduating from MiamiJACKSON'S
a of -- Youth, Junior Classical Lea- cises held! on Monday.
the $85,793 damage judgment gue and Latin National Honor Harris has been awarded a
imposed by a Georgia court. Society. She participated in a full scholarship to the Inter-
scientific research programat denominational Theological
The Savannah suit was the University of Miami Center in Atlanta, Oa.. wherehe
filed in 1962 after the branch S Medical Research Building, will seek his. Bachelor of
had picketed a market, the i h played the clarinet in the Divinity degree.
owner of'which reportedly severely school band and was a mem- Attending his graduationin
beat a 14-year-old- ber of Girl Scout Troop 830 Daytona Beach was his
Negro boy employee. In response v.-, and assisted in YWCA activities mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Clare,
to an appeal from the : t' during her summer and brother, William, of 1368.
boy's mother and following as interim. NW 70th Street.
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To Be Equalby i



c'1fIq
M. Young Jr. '
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publlih.r \ \\ I Whitney
By Booker T. Haves \
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
Executive Director National Urban LeagueWhen
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE Editor
City
The victory of Mayor Robert King High over Governor

OSCAR W. WEAVER, Clrculatlon-Advcrtltlng Manager left its wounds. To some they
Haydon Burns has friction recently developed between .
Member of the National N. Publishers Association French
w popeu these people the victory
will appear unhealing. To and American businessmen over joint economic
and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES appears more in the form of an association rather national concerns, a high-level group consisting of

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN 6.00 than what it really was-a victory of morality. former Secretary of the Treasury and the heads a I
of
The same script had presented itself before, but eight of the largest corporations in America flew t
to
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post contrary to all previous patterns the end was not as Paris to meet with their peers in French industry
Office at Miami, Florida, under the of March with t try
act 8, 1876 it should have been. Those individuals unhappy to work out their common problems. !

Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 .. the ending of the first encounter between Mayor High This was a case where the two groups realized ,

and Governor Burns (David and Goliath) decided to that their problems could not be settled satisfactorily

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" make the modern day version comparable to the biblical without a direct confrontation of the most influential

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead account. Content with the outcome of their efforts, aided their technical
by
the world from business leaders, experts
racial and national when It
antagonism accords and rest "
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his some will consider their job well done on The approach is a good one and I feel that busi. r,

human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the their laurels, but it seems the real task lies ahead. ness leaders here should take it as an example of an ,

Negro Press strives to help every man In the hIm belief that The recent visit acknowledged by both Mr. Kirk enlightened attack on current problems. There is

all men are hurt as long as anyone is held back. and Gov. Burns gives the impression that the issueis no '
;
similar of
reason why, for example, a group high-level
not over with Mr. Burns. The meeting between the businessmen should not join in a conference with their 't
caused widespread speculation as to its
has
two in the Negro business community, to deal with
peers
COMMENCEMENTThis purpose. Could it be that the governor is looking to common problems.With i

week could well be termed CommencementWeek. find a replacement for the political patronage seekers Negroes knocking the doors of industry for :,

In Dade County's 20 high schools there were who contributed so lavishly to his campaigns? Couldit more and better jobs, with the Negro market for con.
be that Mr. Kirk has formed an alliance with the
11,000 graduates. Of these Coral Gables High 1,100;; sumer goods approaching the $30 billion per year level
financial
Hialeah High, 1,000; North Miami High, 915; Miami same interest in an effort election to gain The their to these sup- with the civil rights movement making its influencefelt
for the November ? answer
High, 834; Booker Washington, 190; Mays High, 198 ; port obvious when of in every corner of the land, there is every reason
we pinpoint some
Palmetto High, 800; Miami Jackson High, 319; Miami the questions statements seems made by Mr. Kirk. for business leaders in both communities to meet and

Edison 565 Miami Central discuss what their roles must be. Representativesfrom
; 409; Southwest High, 654;
On May 25 the day after the runoff i ivlr. Kirk made
North Dade High, 128; Miami Northwestern, 435 ; the Urban League or similar organizations can be
for
the statement that he would campaign vigorously
Miami Norland High, 735; Miami Beach High 575; Carol High, and duringthe at hand fQr technical advice and assistance. It seems
election against Mayor
City High 650; Carver High, 116; Coral Park High, 700; November to me that such a meeting can be as fruitful as the
Since
Miami Springs High, 281. Sunday was BaccalaurateDay interval spend approximately $500,000. cam- one with the French, and conceivably more importantto
paign expenditures are obtained through contributions,
for many of them. US industry as well.In .
for the individual to state a specific amount' lends
With Dade County's stepped school fact, the future course of the movement to
to the thought that some commitments have
tion. validity .
achieve equal rights for all our citizens makes it imperative
already been made. It could be that the $500,000 figure
except three. that Americans of all walks of life meet and
announced the pledge of the' Big Money interest -
Many out of town graduates returned home this represent bring their particular gifts of knowledge and interest
since Mayor High is considered untouchable.This .
week happily exhibiting their diplomas to relatives and bear on this great problem area of American life. This
could very well be fact rather than fiction, but
friends and receiving congratulations upon their ac- is one of the most important aspects of the White
time will unbiased
only provide an answer.
complishments.The House Conference on Civil Rights, June 1 and 2.
Gov. Burns' actions have infuriated most staunch
Times also offers congratulations and wishesfor When President Johnson gave his famous speechat
Democrats and collaboration between the two
any
all a successful future. the federal
Howard last pledging
University year,
should only add fuel to the already smoldering fire.
government to secure equal rights for all, he said: "I
No development could enhance Mayor High's advan-
intend to call a White House Conference of scholars,
tage more than an open alliance between Mr. Burns
NOTEBOOK and experts, and outstanding Negro leaders--men of
and Mr. Kirk. Mr. Burns, though not through intent,
both races and officials of government at every level..
has brought about a unification of the Democratic
Governor Haydon Burns has appointed George E. "
the theme will be "To Fulfill These Rights.

Leppig as interim sheriff pending the outcome of party. The coming campaign should prove interesting.Mr. And so, 2500 people from all walks of life meet
High should poll one of the largest majorities ever
charges made against and indictment of Sheriff in Washington to take steps to implement the goals
Buchanan by the Grand Jury. recored by Democrats in the history of the state. ,
and ideals which move men to greatness. This unique

Acting Sheriff Robert Floyd had recommended conference has been convened to secure for Negroesthe

Leppig for the appointment. LET'S TALK POLITICSBy rights and advantages long denied them becauseof

Buchanan has pleaded innocent his trial in Dade's racial prejudice.A .

Criminal Court has been set for the week of June 27.
Norman Jones preliminary conference was held last Novemberand

On May 24 the second Emancipation: Proclamation since then task force groups of business and other
In Jacksonville, Judge Marion Gooding has order-
was issued by the citizens of Florida freeing experts have been preparing proposals on economic se-
ed an investigation of allegations involving the city of
them from the political bondage of Racism, Pork curity and welfare, education, housing, and the administration
and Duval with
Jacksonville County regards to reports
Choppers, Bossism, Special Interests of Multi-Million of justice. The se proposals are far rang
"waste and of funds."
spending public
extravagant
Dollar Campaign Funds controlling elections, Politi- ing in their potential effect and hold promise of a far
Mayor Lue Ritter of Jacksonville said he wel-
comed the investigation.Asked cal Domination by the Minority bloc of rural sparsely brighter future.

in Tallahassee for comment Governor populated counties and other nefarious interests and That so many people have given so freely of their

practices detrimental to the people of the state. time and energies to make this conference a reality is
Burns said: "I don't know anything about it.
For the first time since Reconstruction the people truly inspiring. The Chairman of the 30-member Coun-

"took charge" of the politicians instead of the long cil appointed to set the -policies, and plan the con-

and customary practice of the politicians taking ference was Ben Heineman, chairman of the board of

CHIEF OSCEOLA DIES charge of the people, with the overwhelming electionof the Chicago and North Western Railroad. The Honorary

Mayor Robert King High as Democratic candidate Chairman is A. Philip Randolph.
Indian Chief William McKinley Osceola, of the for Governor whose basic
Seminole Indians died of a heart attack on Saturday campaign issue was "In- Deeply involved in the conference are business

while attending the annual tribal dance on Saturday tegrity.With legislative leaders; labor leaders, university professors, indus

morning. He was 83 years old. Born in Dade County, several reapportionment, resignation of trialists, civil rights leaders, government officials,

he was noted as a great hunter and fisherman of the "Porkchoppers" and the defeat of others at and churchmen. All will sit together and try to workout

Everglades. His home was about 30 miles west of the polls, Florida has been riddled, at least tempor- real answers for the problems which beset us. The con-

Miami off the Tamiami Trail. arily, of many of its antiquatedantibellumultraconservative ference takes place underthe auspices of the Presidentof

Surviving are six sons and four daughters. Funeral race-baiting, special interest cliques which the United States, whose determination to right the

arrangements were conducted by Philbrick Funeral have dominated the political climate in Florida since past wrongs done our Negro citizens has made the

Home. the Reconstruction Era. At last the will of the major- meeting possible.

ity was boldly expressed.Characteristically .

the Negro There have been other meetings to study the

NEW BUDGET leading role in the overthrowing of again the "Tyrannical played the problem, indeed one might say it has been studied to

Bossism" death. What makes this different is that it has
political rule of the state both meeting
County Manager Porter Homer has submitted a as an active

budget of $75,992,870, calling for a five per cent voter and as an issue, for it was the strong racial concrete solutions to offer. buta
attacks Almost as important is that this conference is
'across the board increase in salary for all county so viciously conducted by Governor Burns
which sickened first step. I am hopeful that it will be followed by
and
employees, also the sum of $6,109,616 for capital im- was so repulsive to the people of be
provements program including improved hospital and Florida to the point of rejecting his bid for reelection other such meetings, like the one I am proposing
and
to full four tween leaders of the Increased,contact
a year term. two races.
welfare services, beautification of major thoroughfares

! and opening and operating recreational facilities at the This same extreme racism won for him an over- common resolve are necessary and the White House

Opa-locka Naval Air Station. whelming victory just two years ago indicating clearly Conference points the way for all of us to follow.

to future Florida politicians that there is no longer -

automatic victory in racial bigotry. Burns
ill-fated to
URBAN RENEWAL MOVES AHEAD attempt to the future Tenn Undertaker trying
mortgage of Florida .
I funeral.
citizenry by laughter look sad at a $5000
ramming down their throats in a customary dictatorial do-well with
First demolition of dilapidated structures in Urban Teachers who
manner the $300 million at
"Pork Barrell! Laden" others and mean-well
Renewal No. 1 under last week and it road that 'aint'by
Project got way bond issue provided the first reason for such home Easter-Sunday
is expected that 18 buildings will be razed in the next Anti-Burns sentiment on the wake of his a strong "Christians" 'N'ghtof
seemingly
two weeks. Meanwhile the Urban Renewal is "OSKAR" their
Agency impregnable position following his Gamer's" who won't pay ,
continuing to acquire properties and negotiated its first in 1964. resounding victory "Brok er's" bills are "Dogcatchers"sitting -

$8,000,000 loan in May. This will be the first time i n on street Printers whose Dead-lines
However, citizens comers .
are not to take catchingbreaks' .
this i
{ newly their-lines l
Florida that urban renewal the or are
an went to pri-
agency won victory ays :
lightly this auffering
as is not the first time the Negroes C-h-i-t-t-e-r-1-i-n-g-s, bonelessfrivolities.
vate market for financing of the execution stage or urban people have won their political liberty around on bit orange trucks I .
only to lose
it
renewal at an anticipated saving in interest rate again. Such combination of powerful whileBronze Thrillers" do
forces the
which have reverse in -
the federal loan and air-conditioned
over grant rate.
given this state
despotic rule so long "never buses Block-voters
As this activity proceeds, the application for up," and such defeat as they suffered give to journeying -
Washington
federal approval of the second project has been pre- make them fight harder. only serves to week to discuss Block-bust-this TAKE YOUR FAMILY TOTHE

pared and will be filed shortly. Both projects are in the "Eternal >"g Negroes
Vigilance if the Price of Liberty." aignant acting in- CHURCH SUNDAY
Downtown Central District. Let the people beware!) about not meeting the
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_
\',,'' -- ys r Dedicated Teacher Retires

\1

,, After 36 Years

i .k R

Mrs. Hazel M. Davis, Eng- 1 1M 1v
lish teacher at Booker T.

Congratulations to Miss Olive B. Alexander, Washington High school for the
executive director of who past 27 years will be missed
JESCA was honored by the
next by of her
Miami Chapter of the National Association of Negro devoted year students.many She will

Business and Professional Women's clubs at its first also be remembered by many

annual Sojourner Truth Banquet. Miss Alexander was of the young teachers of Dade
honored in recognition of 40 years of work with Neigh- County, and men and women
borhood Groups in Dade County. of other professions as their
1 favorite English teacher. 9.

/ Marie Brown was in attendance at the Pen North Mrs. Davis came to Dade

East Conference at Pocono Manor, Pocono, Perm, as County as a teacher from the
the representative of the Executive Council of the J' Knoxville School System,

I' United Church of Christ. Also in attendance were 9 6 Knoxville, Tenn., in 1939. She
receiced her A. B. Decree
i Marie's parents, Dr. and Mrs. William Faulkner of '
: { 8 t from Knoxville College\ and
, Wildwood, New Jersey. V j r. did her graduate work at ....-_._---- _.-._---
J Hampton Institute and New MRS. HAZEL M. DAVIS

The Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida, Inc. York University. She is a teaching pupils how to live
;" honored their graduating seniors with a luncheon at the k 4 member of Alpha Kappa Alpha through the study of Englishand
J Biltmore Terrace. We are proud to have GwendolynRoss Sorority and a member of literature. '

Pam Brown and Lean Simms serving as officerson Greater Bethel AME Church. Mrs. Davis now plans to
< the board for the coming year 1966-67. Her philosophy of life has do some of the things'which
always been that "The qual- she has never had time to do
ity of your daily work is the in life.
Among Miamians attending commencement exec measure of character."
" your To her, teaching is a most
cises at Bethune-Cookman in Beach
College Daytona She has tried to instill this
gratifying profession, and she
last weekend were: Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Hall, Mrs. idea in the minds of her wall always cherish the mem-

Yorick Kemp, Edison Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Guil- pupils. ory of her enriching experience -
ford, Mrs. Flo Hawkins, Mrs. Geneva Nelson Knowles, She has inspired studentsfor with the boys and girlsat
Mrs. M. E. Stevens, John Lord, Mr. and Mrs. Garth .. many years with her famous Booker T. Washington High
Reeves, Rachel and Garth Jr., "Daily Lines For Living," School and the schools of
Coleman Turner NuptialMr. and her practical method of Knoxville. '

Mrs. Juanita ,Thompson, secretary of Roosevejt _n___ _

Savings and Loan has returned from California where and Mrs. Fritz Turnerof silk sheath with beige accessories -

she accompanied her son Vaugh Price. Vaughn, a 1890 NW 55th St. announcethe The groom's m.ether
Howard University graduate, accepted a position with marriage of their daughter wore a beige silk dress with

Douglas Aircraft.Mrs. Iva Mae, to John Herbert Cole- green accessories.The THANK .
man of Buffalo, New York. reception was held at t

James White of Selma, Ala. is visiting her The nuptial mass unitingthe the home of the bride's aunt,

daughter and son-in-law, the Henry (Jewel) Youngs at couple took place Satur- Mrs. Alma Gilcourt.Mrs. .
day, May 21 at the Church of William Littles directed -
their 53rd Street home. YOU!
the Incarnation. The Rev. A. the wedding and spec- t : :.
Tyrrel Dear officiated and the ial appreciation is extended'her. '

BANQUETMUSICALFASHION FASHION MODELING A-Rev. Henry E. S. Reeves assisted .
SHOWThe in the service. The bride, a graduate of I
MIAMIDADEThe The bride wore an original Northwestern High School,

trustee board of Mt. basic course in Miami- sheated gown of French silk was presented the 1961 Delta Earl Carroll would like to thank his
Pleasant AME Church, Hol- appliqued with Alencon lace. Sigma Theta Debutante Cita-
lywood, is extending to Dade Junior College's Fash- The four tiered silk illusion tion. The groom, a graduateof many many friends who supported him in his
everyone an invitation to attend ion Modeling program will be veiling extended over the Hampton Institute, is listedin recent campaign for the state legislature.

a' combination Banquet- offered during the summer with shoulder connected cathedral the 1965-66 edition of Who's I would like to make known to my friends
term, June 15-July 30
Musical-Fashion Show. The train. and
Who in American Colleges
classes meeting five days a that I will again offer myself for public ser-
affair will be held in the Constance Albury, maid of Universities." Presently, he
auditorium of Bethune Elemen- week, 9:30: a.m. to 12:20 p.m. honor wore a pastel green is an electronics engineer. vice in the future.

tary School on Friday, June which The is three-credit required study course for, gown enhanced with white After traveling to Virginia THANK YOU ,
10, at 8 p.m.Tickets lace. The bridesmaids, Ber- New York and Canada, the
majors,
M-DJC modeling cov- \
. are on sale for a figure control, visual nadette Perry, Eleanor Turner couple will live in Endicott
donation of ers
$3.00 per personor
and Andrea Mention wore pas- N.Y.
$5.00 per couple. Tickets poise, facial expression and
modeling techniques. Classes tel yellow gowns enhanced ..
w
be obtained from Mrs. - -
may Arthinia Sims.. ticket chair- will be held at North Campus with white lace. Robin Ar-
.. St. with Edith Zip as instructor rington and Dorethea Hart ,
Raleigh
man, 2350 or any
i member of the church. New students may apply for were attired in green and yel- FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES C ALL i
Bethune Elementary schoolis admission or secure further low floor-length gowns corre- i\
the Officeof those of the maidof
information through sponding to
located at 2400 Meade St.
Robert L. McDuffie is Admissions, 1123 Scott honor and bridesmaids.Fritz .
chairman of the trustee board Hall. Anthony Turner,
,_.brother of th$ bride, was best BONDED

Committee Plans For New man.ringbearer.Clifford The McDuffie ushers was included ? y I I 0 t4

Charles Turner, Willie A
Kirkland and Alvin McDuffie.The RENTAL
75th St. Day Care CenterThe bride's mother was attired -

in a beautiful yellow
Liberty City Neighbor- 130 children to be enrolledin
hood Day Care Planning Com the Day Care Center, to be INC.
AGENCY
mittee has been underway for located at NW 75th St. and 1 \ I er'rJI 4
the last four months. The com- 22nd Ave. The target date ,
mittee chairman Mrs. Dana for this center is August 25

Chapman and Jessie Gay Col- Such activities as field trips THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
lins, counselor for the Economic and recreation have been
planned. This committee has
Center of
Opportunity "' AGENCY IN THE SOUTH OPERATING IN
Liberty City together with volunteered to work in this ;
HON. L. L. BROOKS
Juanita Thompson, Juanita capacity.On .
Barr, Annie Collins, Joyce DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
Rogers, Shirley Moore, Ber- Thursday, May 26 the PRESIDENT
Straughter group was honored to have I
tha Jackson, Eudora GEORGE P. HARTH GENERAL MANAGER
and Juanita Wright. The Mrs. McNulty and Mrs. Kap- ,
purpose of this committee is lan, direcror and supervisorof 1111

to plan activities for some Day Care Planning. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

.... \".., 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
"
r..GLAMOURIZE. <

Raleigh, N. C. Joyce Bonded also has employment service at main office

: WIGSIII! i notified Rolle Shaw,University a of graduating her ,assignment was senior recently to at 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

the Peace Corps Liberian full time public relations department to assist you in solving your problemsPlus

: + program.A a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience
$69 senior elementary edu- On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
cation major from Miami,
Fla., Miss Rolle will be involved MAIN OFFICE

: $10 down s mentary in grades teaching in the the Peace ele 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733

Corps program in Liberia,
Africa. She is scheduled for Vandalism done by a few is expensive to all. Please help us stop this unneceuaryevll.
week
: 100'$5 per departure in August along C.A Lockhort, Public Relations Director
with thirty other volunteers

4 IMPORTED HUMAN HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY Jt her following training the third period phase, which of 9 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

At Home Service + will begin after she receivesher Homestead ,..
Free Shop degree on June 5, in St. 17325 A 1163, N.w. 3rd Ave. FR 38416Perrine

Y CALL tPRIMADONNA Louis, Mo. CE 5.3553 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6.2467
Miss Rolle, who attendedthe 1019 Hammandville Rd. 3801 Grand Ave. HI 5-1381
senior Peace Corps train- Pompano WE 3.3235 4240 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 5-3466
i e ing program last summer att 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave.
Dartmouth' College, is a graduate Opo-locka MU 8.0617
'
of Miami Northwestern
945-4526 High School. Her parents, Mr. 512 N.W.. 1 1st Ave., Hallandale, : and Mr.*. Orange Hayes, reside 1019 N.W. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, JA 4.3357
.4 at 1120 NW 65th St.,
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r-r4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 3, 1966 7
on Fowler'Street, then to the movies. Peanuts took me
u .' 1 to the Nassau Beach Lodge, Banana Boat and his
Yellow Bird Club, and they were all doing a booming
business., I only mentioned these things to let you
10. S S a > know that Nassau is still the swingingest Island 1 n JBegg.MMO

.., the Bahamas chain. Bob Hope was at the British
"""
"
/ t" Colonial Hotel and having a ball. Everybody goes to
: Nassau. How about you?
A'A [
BY DAVE BONDU
: 1 1I QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT Reggie Moore, Bill
l.. Peoples and Jimmy Glover brought sounds to the Loungeof
ask each of you to sit for a moment and think call the Sir John Hotel this-weekend. The new policy is
of the people you know, and "count" the friends; for the lovers of jazz, and you can sit and drink and .
you have.Isn't it strange how many you come up with? dig the sounds. Starting next week, the half-pints will
Isn't it also strange how you have just taken them for be removed from the lounge after 9:30: p.m. and there
granted? Your co-workers who are with you each day will be a two drink minimum. This must be done in ..
are people you know and you are on friendly terms: order to give you a better type of entertainment. So /
with some you like and others you "just work when you want cool sounds and no loud noise, dig
with" right? Then suddenly tragedy strikes you or Reggie, Bill and Jimmie this weekend Johnny
your family, and very suddenly you find that friends Burke, manager of the Mary Elizabeth Lounge is sta rt- IwmNf601lAM o a+
you have taken "for granted" and those you have nol ing this weekend with a new jazz policy, and the
taken ,for granted are there. Then there are those who drink policy will be the same. Before 9:30: you may f
care that you did not know were aware of you just buy bottles,but after that only shots.Johnny is anotherman
because they do not visit or call, and all you have in the business who has guts. You will notice the
had with them was a wave or a smile in passing difference in the appearance in the lounges and service ...
Friends are a most important part of your life, Try to vist both of these Club this weekend, iStD. f 104$ +
and we must become aware of this before-hand. I said enjoy yourselves LaVerne Baker makes her en-
all of this to say, that when we lost our son, William, trance into the new James Club this weekend. This
last week, it was heartwarming and a great solace to i should be a good show. LaVe rne not only sings her
know how many people cared. Our neighbors, the staffsof heart out, but does a great job at doing comedy. Elsie
the EOPI offices, The Miami Times, The Browns Mae, the 400-lb TV Mama, will show her wares at the ILLNDEB r ''
ville Association, The Par & Birdie Club, The Staff of Continental this weekend. a-.woa SCOTCH a01G.
Lincoln National Bank, The Marvels, The Original With that, y'all try to live life, every golden minuteof
Cousins, The Delmars, Stan the Man and his group, it. PEACE!

the Range Funeral Home staff and so many other p _n ____p____ _n __
organizations that we cannot mention them all. here!
It is not often a person gets a chance to express African King loses was

his feelings to so many people at one time, and I con
sider myself very lucky to be able to use this column t 0
say a very special thanks to all of you. I would like to His ThroneAssociated Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the born-and-
say a very special thanks to Mrs. Range and her staff, bred Scotch drinkers.They've been smacking their
Garth Reeves, Judge John Johnson and Fletcher Press news Freddie was Uganda's first lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
Paschal and their staffs, Dave Marks, Jimmy Jones, from Kampala, Uganda, said president British after became the former inde- old name h on the tip of everybody's tongue/Take a
Amos Jenkins, Bill Wynn, those who attended the ser- that Tuesday night Uganda pendent colony in 1962. lie resignedafter peg of Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
seized the
vices and called and came and sent telegrams and palace government of the troops king of Buganda frequent clashes with the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg, whose
cards, j could go on and on, but space does not per- Province after a one-day bat- Obote. taste is gentle, and whose price is light.
mit naming each of you. "Bill" would have been 23 on tle. The announcement was His dethronement leaves 868 PROOF.IMPORTED BY JAMES M.McCUNN &CO,INC.N.Y.I .
Ethiopia as the sole monarchyon
June 1, and his wife Helen, and two daughters, Tami made Obote. by President Milton the African continent.
and Daphne; his mother and father-in-law, Rev. and Mrs
King Freddie, as the Cam-
Ben Smith, his uncle, B. E. O'Neal, his brother Dave bridge-educated monnrch was
Bondu Jr. and of course, Mayme and I thank you from known, had thrcuu-ned se-
the bottom of our hearts for your sympathy, help and cession in the climax of a
kindness. We, could not have made it without all of long smoldering pu\u-r strug- I ELSIE MAE TV MAMA I
you the people of Miami, and the entire Bondu gle.The government announcedthat
and Smith families thank you. security troops attackedthe Featured With
brick-walled palace com-
Now that all of the names are in for our unofficial pound at Mengo, outside this JAMES BROWN SHOW
African capital, after it was
Sepia Mayor's Poll, you may start with your vote this
learned mobs were receivingarms
week. Each vote counts for 10 points. Below are the from it. 3 BIG DAYS FRISATSUNFRI.
names of your candidates, and you must cut out the The 41-year-old king was
coupon and either drop it off or mail it to me at The arrested and led from the
Miami Times, 6740 NW 15th Ave. Let's see who will palace-without his crown, 75c SAT. & SUN. $1.00
the Soviet news agency Tass,
grab the lead. All votes must be in not later than 12 reported.The .
noon on Wednesday. Cast your vote for: Paul Young king's demand that the
William (Bill) Wynn, Judge John Johnson, Mayme central government of Presi-
Bondu, Eugene Kemp, Earl Carroll, Ernest Hayes, dent Obote get out of Buganda
Garth Reeves, Blanche Calloway, Benny O'Berry, Province is believed to have
Sam Moncur, Tannie Dean, Clyde Killens, Cherrye This sparked followed the latest a decision trouble.in
Boyer, Nickie Lee, Willie Chapman, Joe Kershaw, February by Obote to declare
Neal Adams, Charles Lockhart, Dr. J. 0. Brown, At- himself president of Ugandaand i --L yy' :
torney Henry Arrington, Charlie North, Patrick Range, abrogate the four-year-old 4
Jack Corbitt, Samuel Cohen, Sgt. Jesse Nash, Willie constitution.A .
popular ruler, King
Lamar, and Nat Vaughn.
,

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Lois Young ( If

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ANN'S
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Moses BetheaI GUEST HOUSEClean fi1N

spent last Saturday and Sunday in Nassau. Of convenience cool rooms for your

course you know I stayed at Marietta's Guest House.
Peanuts Taylor, the Island's newest and youngest im- "A Friendly Place to "! F dk a'y
presairo met me at the airport and took me into town. Meet Your Friends" ? rr r x.5r
Saturday night I met him at his club, The Drumbeat, 3059 NW 45 STREETMr. Li !$S '''r i x4sLi
which is still the most popular on the Island. His T., Prop. f a :
star attraction is a young man named Pat Rolle, who
looks and sounds like the late Nat King Cole. He is not
as smooth as Nat,but give him a little time and he will 400 POUNDS OF EXCITEMENT '
acquire that "polish." Up the road, Ritchie Delamorehas HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL Co-Starring
his club called the Lemon Tree, and he is doing
well with it. On Sunday, I played golf at the Bahamas LIKE OUR PRINTING: LA MIMI & GEE GEE-RED HOT DANCE TEAM
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 3, 1966 .

North Dade Holds Last AUTO INSURANCECheck

I oil/ new, lower rates and easy financing

Prom Before PhaseOutNorth IMMEDIATE 5Rt22 FILING
P Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift

Dade High School beauty and serenity of Prom D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
held its last JuniorSeniorProm Queen JoAnn Adams and Prom I "Insurance, Real. Etat, Mortgage"
A
on May 20 before being Sweetheart Carolyn Farrington. -
Business member AH People Democratic Club
Miss Adams was attiredin
phased out as a senior high
school. dashing white satin with 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

The setting was one of emerald green accessories
splendor, a girl a boy, and splashes of jeweled ribbon .1
starlight and tropic night adorning a youthful hair-
do. She was most gracious as
tradewinds in the palms and
luxury and brilliance of the she accepted her bouquet of'roses CHINA VALLES
!16
Alhambra Ballroom at the and loving cup trophy.
Seville Hotel on Miami Beach.: Miss Farrington was arrayedin PRESENTS
These attractive: high slim aqua-marine crepe i
school juniors and seniors with pearl accessories and a ANOTHER
high fashion hairdo. She was
came dressed in the latest
,also presented a bouquet of r
formal attire to spend an x
evening of pleasure at the roses and a loving cup. JAZZ
world famous resort on Miami The toast mistress for the
Beach. The magnificent setting evening was Miss Amelie
was enhanced by the Brooks of the 11-2 homeroom. HAPPENING
!
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SUNDAY, JUNE 5


RED ROAD LOUNGE

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2683 W 4th Ave.
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7 Amelia Brooks, M. C., Sheila McPhee, junior HIALEAHTAKE

class president; Linda Williams, vice president and AIRPORT EXPRESSWAY, GET OFF AT
Tee S. Greer Jr., sponsor.She HIALEAH EXIT, GO STRAIGHT TO RED ROAD

1 did a splendid job of providing pleasures enjoyed by tourists THEN TURN RIGHT.
y' the guests with plea- who come from all over the FEATURING
surable moments to rememberas world to visit the world's

they explore the prom playground. DOLF CASTELLANO QUINTET WITH CHARLES
theme, "Stairway to The Members of the senior
AUSTIN & IRA SULLIVAN, PLUS JESSIE
Stars." class express their appreciation -
Music for the evening was to the junior class and SMITH ORGAN TRIO AND THE DIVINE VOICEOF
r provided by Richard Strachanand particularly to Miss Sheila
BARBARA RUSSELL WITH THE VINCE
his orchestra and the McPhee and Miss Linda Wil-
students found the music to liams, the president and vice LAWRENCE TRIO
be delightful. president of the junior class.
Although this activity rep- These students displayedtheir Adv. Donation 1.00 Door 2.00
resented many hours of plan- superb leadership by
TICKETS ON SALE AT MUSIC MAKERS, NORTH-
rw ning for the honored guests, leading their class of 54 stu-
the class of 1966, this work dents in presenting North SIDE SHOPPING CENTER, UNITED RADIO AND
} was not in vain. These stu- Dade's last prom, one unequalled -
TV AND THE BOOK WORM, CORAL GABLE S.
dents experienced many of the anywhere.


r. New Jazz Room Opensin


Seville Hotel THE JAMES CLUB

Carolyn Farrington, North Aide Prom Sweetheartand

JoAnn Adams, Prom Queen. Glamour photo.LIBCITY Disc Jockey Alan Rock other top names to be announc'ed. 3615 NW 2rd AVENUE
opens a Jazz Room in the Admission for the jaz
Seville Hotel Saturday night concert will be $1.00 for ..
June 18 with a press only par- Alan Rock's Jazz Club mem-
ty from 10 to 12 that eveningAt bers and $2.00 for the general "
12 the room will be opento public.A *** PRESENTS
NOW PLAYMQ the public and at 12:30 a.m. contest is on to name
Alan Rock goes on the air the room. Entries may be sent
I
oravE-u THEATRE on WMBM and WOBS FM through June 1 to Alan Rock '
broadcasting from the Seville care WMBM Radio, Miami
LAST SEVEN NIGHTSWe until 5 a.m. The room is open Beach. Be Sure to include LAVERNEBAKER
until 6 a.m. On tap will be the name, address and phone.
apologize to the many that have been John Thomas Quartet with Winner gets a weekend for 2
John Thomas, Tony Castella- at the Seville and five jazz
turned away because of lack of parking space. ino, Dill People and featuringIra albums.
Again we say--Come Early!! Sullivan plus Alan Rock
spinning records and a special
LAST NIGHT THURSDAY JUNE 9 Jazz Juke Box for in between ,
times.
BE A BEAUTI ClAN
Sunday, June 19 at 4 p.m.

PARAMOUNT PICTURES is PROUD TO jazz Alan concert Rock will for have jazz a huffs special in Earn while you learn. Day With a "Jim Dandy" Show y
and night class, 2221 Holly-
the same room in the Seville
ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF THE Hotel. wood Blvd. WA 21173. indf.
Performing will be the
GREATEST MOTION PICTURE OF ALL TIMEt John Thomas Quartet plus JUNE 2345TIIIJRS


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Pigeon Peas & Rice Stewed Conch ,

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Crabs
& Rice

Jf1LFEATURE : BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS .

"., .. < ASouse Steaks Chops Shrimps *WILDMAN STEVEMC
SHOWN ONE.Tl ME GNLYEAON I (TAKE OUT SERVICE) .

: :NIGHT AT: :IS't. .Thanks to all the friends that come by to see 4

'CARTOONS START AT 7I5' fl, Jus. FRANK PRICE AT THE 6 FRANK WILLIAMSand

p 1 ADM., ADULTS: ,$1.00 I Sir John Hotel Restaurant : the Rocketteers

,CHILDREN,. ;UNDER 12 IN CARS FREECOME 7:30
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total of sixty-nine stu- L. Hendiey, Orlando; Mrs, I
nts were awarded the bache- Idella R. Kelly, Reddick: Mrs. II

of science degree duringe Andell W. Mickins, Miami; II I

| 74th Commencement Exer- Mrs. Janie L. Poe, Sarasota; .
ses of Florida Manorial and Mrs. Emily K. Proctor, k I I
nllege.! Of these 35 received St. Augustine. 'r I -S
eir degrees in elemenatry 6. Shown are the recipients 1 t\ h I I

ucation, six in English, 18 the Nathan W. Collier Award f ,
social science and seven for Meritorious and Outstanding I .a

biology. Three Miamians Service: Rev. Samuel M. Col- I It

ere members of the class: lier, Pompano Beach: Rev. t

:.nice D. Howard, Barbara J. Isaac C. Mickins, Miami; Rev.
: nes and Annie D. McGahee. Arthur C. Evans, Riviera
Beach; Dr. Isaac S. I
Manning,
1. Dr. R. W. Puryear con- 1.
Orlando; Rev. Purdy
Honorary Doctor of S. Brown,
erring Miami; and Rev. Thomas
[aws to Mr. Carl Herbert,,'Wright, Gainsville. A.
indewall, Treasurer of the
7. Shown are members of, 1
erican Baptist Board of
the
Administrative
ducation and Publication, Committee
for relocation: Dr. R. w. Pure I
alley, Forge, Pa. I
year, Rev. Edward T. Graham,1-
Puryear leads the
2. Dr.
I
Chairman of the Board of I
|ne of march. Trustees; Mr. C. Herbert !! I
3. Graduates listen attentively k !
Lindewall, Mr. Robert Davis,
,
to commencement +
Dr. Paul Carter, Mr. Eddie
Speaker Robert Evan Davis.
Kelin, Relocation
1 4.Donald Hair of Ft.Pierce Coordinatorand
ceives diploma from Dr. Donald Swanson, Chair-
year. man of Fund Raising Committee. -

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5. Shown are the recipientsthe
Sarah A. Blocker Award 8. shown are members and
graduates of the Alpha KappaMu
br' Meritorious and Outstandg -
Service: Mrs. Essie A. Honor Society. From left .
to right: Dr. William J. Barn-
ustin, St. Augustine; Mrs.
hart
Nina Lawton, lion
|dna J. Nottage receives
James C. Evans, Dr. GeorgeW.
ward for Mrs. Celestine F.
Gore, Jr., Dr. Royal W. i{
ixon, Pensacola, Fla; Dr.
Puryear Deborah
Mosley, 3 t.f
receives
leanor Anderson Joyce Baker, James Roberts,
(ward for Mrs. Audrey J.
Dr. B. H. Puryear and John
dam, Tampa; Mrs. Carrie price. w



I Julian Bond Again I ;i't



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I I I 1I 1I The appeal of Represen- fore announcing the decision i 1

I |ative-elect Julian Bond of which must be reviewed by the r 1

I I tlanta was unanimously rejected full House in January. k
I Monday by the House

orm1 ttee. The legislators Bond has already appealed!
enied Bond his seat last to the U.S. Supreme Court and '

ear after he was elected be- a decision is possible this ,
pause of his stand for thoseho Fall.

bum draftcards.lie : Questioned by the committee t
was disappointed athe Bond said he has not
decision, Bond said, and changed his view that he J
nnounced his candidacy for admires the courage of those ; \

e-nomination in September.The who bum their draft cards in ; r
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I committee deliberated opposing U.S. military invol- II
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U1 hour and 20 minutes be- ment in Viet Nam. | '..
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ANNUAL BOAT RIDEZeta
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Phi Beta Sorority is

sponsoring its annual Boat
Ride June 3. Tickets may be

secured from the president at
1440 NW 59lh St. The fare for

this excursion is $2.00. Come Employers May Hire COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE I

and enjoy good music, plentyof
fun and refreshments. STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
Teen-Agers For Most Jobs


om.o "Employers can hire teen- sion tighter restrictions apply I VET TVTED
to the hours when
0 agers in many kinds of jobs youngstersmay
CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN 0 during the summer months work. However, duringthe FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
without violating the Fair summer vacation the 14
Labor Standards Act-the Fed- or 15 year old may work as 379-7735 I
5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE eral law containing child-labor many as 8 hours a day or 40 I
Mock Berkley's Bar end provisions,' Regional Direc- hours a week, but all work
CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT Restaurant welcomes all of tor Henry A,Weuttner of the must be performed between the 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 1
U. S. Department's Wage and hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
LUNCHES kit old friends and is looking Hour and &flftc Contracts

PICK-UP SERVICE everyday to meet new friends.We Divisions saia today.He .
register now to secure 8 home I
with
serve you said that boys and girls
Place for the can
fall term. food and old hickory of 16 and 17 worR in any job '\ v
631-7796 OR B96-3002 cooked except those which have been
barbecue. I am sure you will declared hazardous by the WIGS!

Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. enjoy it, If not, don't tell a Secretary of Labor and re- .

friend, tell us. June 3 cjbire an 18-year old minimum.
"Youngsters 1.4 and 15

-- ,. years of age may be employedin I tGRADUATIONw
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such jobs as office, clerical -
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':\" .\jI;>4 Sr' U.'(,;'-(, c p). '' .g or sales work. In fact,

.,,: J: : } 7 they can work in most jobs

.,.. PRESAYCLEANERS( \',", ""',):'I'r'. the ,.L "'t\t involve manufac- SALE

turing, mining, processing or
similar occuparions," Mr. 2 4l hjA i
: I If Huettner pointed out.
I When schools are in ses- 100% Human Hair Wigs Z .95 I


\f f i& UUKMV: JAMES WELDON FACTORY GUARANTEED REG. $19.95 VALUE

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.:'t462tNWr :, ,27 AYE ,: ': I JOHNSONDuring
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iiNtrotaiM\ ROZ HILL FREE
":it .!l. ;.' ;.,,,$, ':.'') the month of May Facia,' ; ;
wonderful events have fl lLasson tliarmor'I ,
.many .tn
".'.'.','2! ; ',- Popular fashion 'model;
with young
:' NL59275We. ,: 'taken place. It begins any'phoseof; modeltngi
.' ,"Ethel G. Primus Day" May '
I .:''lf: ; ',. '.. and make-up artist: with any.purchaus f
: ? '}I., l \15 of which the M. T. McKain, '.. ,
.., 'J ; ;;. )an official of the Albert Mor- *.I
; xpocalfie; ;l in 'hand, .finished. shirts .,,. :who with his sincerity and
,,)> ... ; CLEANING CUTTING
;:.' < 'I; If'* most unique way of presiding WE SPECIALIZE IN WIG STYLING &
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SitfcffctMifA VuJ G..r.lt". : :during appreciated.the program" was highly Regular Hair Styling by Appointment !.

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I jj. (* 17 Another day, May 27
: : r Dtlivtry will linger not only with the
Fr. ni
.. Pkk > school as a whole but with tY 7wjfiEBJ
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,.. '.v ,>, .;c 'f'I: :t each individual of the graduating
't.tf.jf. ,| :i class of 1966, that was

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I CHURCH ATTENTION REPORTERS rr foil 3fn Q1lJurclJ ''un ayWomen's



Church nows for publication !

In tho current wook's

/Issue mutt bo In our office Baptist Council OrganizedOn

BO later than 7'o'clock Mon I

day evening. Publication of
news received .'tor that Wednesday, May 25, Baptist Women's State Con- lowing officers: Miss Marie liamentarian. i
tlmo bo despite the inclemency of the tion of Florida, the meet- White, president; Mrs. I. C. Major committees and

cannot guaranteed. weather, a large number of ing was preside over by the Mickins, Mt. Olivette, first chairmen will be appointedJune '; y J. .

women from several Baptist pastor, the Rev. Thedford vice president; Mrs. Marjorie 3 at 7:30 p.m. at St.

Churches gathered at St. John Johnson, chairman of the Perkins, Greater New Bethel, John and plans will be made I ,

Baptist Church to organizethe Foreign Mission Board of the 2nd vice president, Mrs. for a mammoth installation

MARTIN MEMORIAL Baptist Women's Council. State. Rev. Johnson told of Claudia Wilson, New Provi- program. NATIONAL SUNDAY

The organization was carried the needs and wants in Africa
(Richmond Heights) dence,3rd vice president; Mrs.
out during the regular church and asked the need for this Delores Covin, Mt. Zion, recording Everyone present was en- SCHOOL BTUCONGRESS

The First Annual Women's service with full choir and all organization which will be a secretary; Mrs. Ann couraged and inspired when a

Missionary'Day came to a suc- musical instruments and many great help to the cause, and Swint, St. John, financial bus from Day Spring Baptist
cessful ushers on the floor. This was asked those to Church brought a group of
ending on Sunday even present pray secretary; Mrs. Emma demons The national Sunday

ing May 29. indeed great.In that God will send more la- New Providence, chap missionary ladies from that School and BTU Congresswill

The observance began: on borers. lain; Mrs. Thedford Johnson, church of which the Rev. be held in Charlotte,

Saturday afternoon with a the absence of Mrs. The pastor then proceededto St. John, treasurer; Mrs. A. Slater is pastor. All sharedin N. C. June 2026.

roundup of the children from Susie Holley, president of the hold the elction for the fol- L. Blackshear, Mt. Sinai, par- a great mutual fellowship. The Sunday School of the

the church and community at Mt. Olivette Baptist Church

four-thirty. Two religious is sponsoring a bus to the

films "In His Name" and ST. JAMES AME MT. OLIVETTEThe GREATER NEWMACEDONIA BETHLEHEM BAPTISTRev. Congress.
"And Now I see" were shown. Round trip fare is
$45.
Oscar West, p astor
On Saturday night, we enjoyed -
The May-Ites with Mrs. women of Mt. Olivette This amount will also include -

"Family Talent Night." Madgeline Johnson as chair- would like to thank the mem- Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor The spirit of the most High a five-hour sightseeing -

Participants were Rev. and man did a most wonderful bers and their many friends Willie J. Beard, reporter visited the Holy Ghost's tour of Charlotte and the

Mrs. R. H. Johnson, Mrs. wil- job for the month Xlay. Thiei for making their day a suc- The pastor wishes to thank Headquarters. As this being nearby North Carolina mountains -
Naomi Hoi
ma Rozier, Mrs. ton program on i Sunday night cess, both spiritually and fit each and everyone who accompanied the first Bacculaurate service .. and a two-hour sight-

and children: Cynthia, Olivia was appropriate and enjoyed.Mrs. cially.We. him to the New held at the, church of the seemK tour of St. Augustine,

,and Celestine; Mrs. Patience Johnson is a dedicatedand would like to thank Mrs. Philadelphia M. B. Church to graduates choice. Bethlehemwas Florida

Mitchell, Mrs. Laura Palmore, hard worker. She badgered,, Louvenia Knox, our guest close out the Ministers and wonderfully blessed with The bus is conveniently

and son, Dwight, and Mrs. C. begged and literally cried with speaker for such an inspiring Deacon's Union of the Sea three of their own graduating equipped with air conditioning -

D. Rahmings and children, her group who worked equallyas address, guest soloist Mrs. board Baptist Association. seniors and a visiting senior rest room, reclining seats

Bufordyne, Joy-Ardis and hard and with membersand Valdez |Murray for her soul- Baccalaureate services were namely, Gloria Howard, Miami and huge picture windowsfor

Godileve. A film was also firends help, they came stirring songs and all others held last Sunday morning for Edison; Deloris Williams your comfort and plea-

shown. up with a report Sunday nightof who participated on the pro- Navada Fitzpatrick and VivianC.
our 1966 graduates. Rev. J.
On Sunday morning, our sure.You
147280. Congratulations! gram. Everson delivered the bacca- Williams from Northwestern may make your res-
speaker Mrs. Marie W. Poitier
the congregationwith Now comes June. Mrs. J. -w--- laureate sermon. We wish to Senior High School. ervations by calling Mr.

challenged B. Blacknell is chairman of congratulate the following The pastor chose as his Jimmie Hodges at CE 58463or
her inspiring
message this group, so watch out! members who will graduate scripture: Revelation: 2:25 Mrs. I. C. Mickins at
"Missions The Obligation of
: off this is wished seniors and
To start group we more 634-0500.
the Church." from the various schools:
sponsoring a chitterling saleat parents could have heard the
climaxed obser- Miami Northwestern: Pa- Anyone who will enjoy I
We our the parish hall Saturday. MR man of God so vividly ex- nice trip and fellowship is
tricia Betties, Phkie Camp-
vance with "what's My Line? Notice to all boards and plain to hold fast, but reach
service. had bell, Mary M. Cave, Shirley invited to go. There are only
at our night we clubs: On Sunday, June 19 Cochran, Alphonso Fargharson further into the future for 30 seats available. The first
time that
wonderful
such a ,
will be Children's The many advantages in education
Day. reservations will be
Vivian Ford, Mattie L. ac-
have been asked to repeat
we ,
Sunday School will have an opened to you.Remember cepted.
LaVerne Hicks Mar-
Green ,
,
this feature again. Our guests an anniversary Promotional to attend busi-
Mr. Albert Hepburn, Mr. cus Hunt, Barbara Roundtree,
were Exercise at the regular Sunday ness meeting Friday night at
Carolyn Smith, Robert Taylor,
John Z. Brown, Mrs. Eliza The church with Dec. J. Q.
School hour. Each board and Lonnie Walker, Ernest Wash- 8. GAMBLE'S
Dixon and our mystery guest club is asked for the anni- ington Joe Williams. Williams as chairman, Sis.
MEMORIAL
was ,Mrs. Wylamerle Marshall. versary contribution. Please Miami Jackson Ella M. Walton, first cochairman -
: Cynthia
The Alert panelists were Mrs. support your Sunday School. s Norwood. and Sis. Dollie M. De- CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST

Malvena Moore, Mrs. Wilma Mrs. M. Reynolds is superintendent MRS. SELMA WARD.CHAIRMAN laughter, second co-chairman,
Henry Mitchell.
Lee
Mays: Elder J. C. Jackson
Maxine Ford and ,
Harris, Mrs. pastor
Glenda Peterson, are busy forming plans for thepastor's
Mr.' Murray James Jr. "I n "As a 1966 graduate, I say June Mo. Willie Norris, Ch. MotherP.
secretary.The anniversary, 19.
to the class of 1966: "Wh t- Seabrooks
His Name: was shown again. reporter
Contest to
Baby being We are always happy
helping to make ever you endeavor, home or
Others our
sponsored by the Missionary have Cleo of Ojusto
day successful were Mrs. abroad, remember 'twas grace Rev. Albury Last Sunday, May 29,,
Elton Martin, Mrs. Robinson, Society will come off Tuesday that brought you safe this worship with us. Visitorsare marked the grand finale of
w(
night of next week. Mrs. will lead always welcome. our weeklong celebration of
Mrs. Myrtle Bethel, Mrs. Laura far and grace you
Palmore and Choir No.1. G. Nathan is the president.The home. Put God in front and the church's 29th anniversary.The .

Our programs were not Tea sponsored by you will be very successful.May MT. ZION AME speaker for the grand
Stewardess Board No. is
purely entertainment. we set 4 set God bless and forever occasion was Elder Paul

out to prove that God is a for a later date which is'June keep each and everyone of (Opa-locka) Golatt, Elder Ira McCall servedas

true and living God and with 19.11 who have tickets or you." Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor master of ceremonies. The

him all things are possible.We have been invited, they are Naomijean Charles, reporterWe fruit of our labor was $1425.We .

thank all who made our still good. had a splendid fifth are truly grateful to God
God bless Summer school begins June and those who worked
program a success. SALTER'S CHAPEL Sunday with the No. 2 Choir so
6 at the kindergarten. Register -
you. providing the music.They were faithfully to make this suc-

Clementina Rahmingis president your child now. I I Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor marvelous as they usuallyare. cess possible.

and Rev. R. II. Johnson The July-Ites will hold Flossie Marshall, reporter Sunday, June 5, the Pastor's

is the pastor. their regular meeting Thurs- MRS. MARION ARINAH, The Rev. Naomi Fayson Aid Club is having a pastor's

day night at 8 p.m. Men's Day at Salter's appreciation program at 3
preached a fine
COCHAIRMAN very sermon,
Rev. Blacknell is attend- Chapel was a success in p.m. Sister Salvaried Perkins
and little
everyone got a some-
ing the trustee board meetingof every way, from the Sunday thing from it. will act as mistress of cere-

MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Edwards Waters College during cchool throughout the ser- Love feast will be Friday monies, Elder Paul Golatt will

the week. Also he will vices of the day, with Mr. night at speak at this occasion. Sis-

S. A. Thomas, pastor attend the funeral of the late Jonathan Thurston and Mr. 7(30.( Everyone be ter Stirrups is president of the
be
sure to there. Sunday is the
Dorothy Chaney, reporterOur Rev. J. A. Walker of Mt. Olive ;e Earl Glenn in charge. first Sunday and Communionwill club and sponsor of the pro-

Baptist Church in Orlando, The speaker for the morn-
pastor Rev. Thomas, be taken.
then over to St. Pete for a ing Mr. ,Moncur, a memberof gram.The public is
is still ill. He has been readmitted was The youth department hada cordially invited -
to Christian Hospital.Let business meeting of Edward St. Agnes Episcopal Church.Mr. superb "Heaven and Hell to help us show our
Waters College.FRIENDSHIP. Moncur is a brilliant and :pastor that
we really
us pray for him and our Bound" playlett. The youth appreciate
well learned man of our day him.ANTIOCH.
other members who are ill. are thanking everyone who
Mrs. Essie Drayton and Dea- well aware of the needs amongus. helped to make their playletta

con Clinton Baker, are both at His message was inspiring.Our success. Special thanks to

pastor was pleased our youth director, Mrs. Cross BAPTISTLest
home.We with the of theMen's
would like to thank all Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor success "Satan," who made every-

who came out Sunday to be Sis. Ruby Leo Carr, reporter 1 Day Program. Mrs. thing possible. The youth we forget preachingfor
Cornelia Glenn, along with
with us at our graduation ser- department wants everyone to our revival begins June
MRS. BETTY COMARTEE other members attended the
vices. Special thanks to Mr. Sunday services were start making plans to come to 6th thru 17th. Rev. L. J. Al-
in Palm
Clifford Matthews for deliver- wonderful throughout the day COCHAtRMANAbove Laymen Meeting West Youth Day, the second Sun- ford of Roanoke Baptist

- ing a wonderful message. Let with the Rev. weatherspoon are pictures of the Beach Sunday. Rev. Benson day in June. Church of West Palm Beach,

us not forget the vitamins that associate minister of New women who were leaders in left early Monday morning for Want to work? Mt. Zion is is our evangelist. Make it a

he gave us for our daily use. ''Providence delivering the the recent successful WO- Jacksonville for commence- still here.CHURCH. must to attend.On .

The Junior Matrons of our morning sermon and he deli- man's Day program at the Mt. ment 'exercises and other the third Sunday in June

Church are holding their vered it with power which was Olivette Baptist Church. meetings of importance.On OF CHRIST the No. 2 Usherboard cele-
the Second in
annual salad smack on Sundayin enjoyed by aU. The pastor, the Rev. I. C. Sunday brates their 14th anniversary.Rev. .

the church's annex. Our pastor was in Jackson- Mickins, wishes to congratu- June, the children will be in SCIENTIST J. W. Stephenson will be

Let us prayl! For prayer ville, Fla. at the Mt. Ararat late them and to thank all the charge of Children's Day, guest speaker. Everyone is

changes things. Baptist Church. He was invited participants for their coopera- with Mrs. Agnes Davis in Spiritual causation and cordially invited.

'there to deliver the tion. Approximately $4,000was charge in behalf of the Sun- spiritual reality will be ex- Rev. P. W. Wiggins is pas-

Homecoming sermon. lie was reported. day School. plored in a Bible-Lesson- tor and Willie Powell is re-

accompanied by his mother, Sermon on "God the Only porter.

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Sis. Jessie Mae Jenkins and Cause and Creater at Chris-

Dec. and Sis. J. S. Bush. TEMPLE BAPTISTOn tian Science church services
W. F. MT. CALVARYOn
Savoy
pastor The pastor is expected to this Sunday. Readings from FIRST BAPTIST

deliver both morning and even- account of two funeral the Bible and related passages
The Sacrament of Holy behalf of the chairmanand
ing sermons on Sunday. Our programs to be held at the from the textbook will be con- 15700 NW 22nd Avenue
Community will be celebrated co-chairman well
as as
own Rev. George Dove de- church this Saturday-one at sidered. Responsive Readingfrom Rev. W. J. Macon pastor
during morning worship this the of church I
women our
livered the evening sermon in 11 a.m. and the other at 3 P.m. Psalms will begin with Sunday is a very special
Sunday. This Sunday evening take this time to
the absence of the pastor, the dinner sponsored by the express our these verses. "The Lord is day at First Baptist as we
at 7:30, we will have thanks for
. our deepest to
Christian which was enjoyed by all. Men's Day committee has you your nigh unto all them that call will be host to our graduates.We .
monthly Education support with our first fund
Workshop. We are very* happy to report been postponed to Saturday, upon him in truth." Christian are very happy to say we
raising toward
Sis. Leo la Rogier is at home June 11.First. event ourWomen's Science services, where you have 19 graduates from our
This Monday evening June
from the hospital. Our deepest sunday services will Day Drive. Many are always welcome, are held church coming from North
6, at 8, we will direct joint thanks are given, to the many
sympathy to Sis. Ola Bell be held as usual, with the Wednesday 8 p.m. and Sunday Dade High School. A special
worship with the Peter'sAfrican
St. that
participants
and family in the loss of appeared on
Ruse Lord's Supper being adminis-
school has
11 a.m. Sunday 11 a.m. program been planned.
Catholic Church, Fa- our "Musical Fashion Show
aunt. tered during the morning and Nursery care provided for Beverly Nixon will be
ther Donald Anthony, pastor, Sip." May the Lord guest
ever
Come to church, have your evening and the choirs sing- small children at all services. speaker. We invite you to
1811 NW 4th Ct. faith lifted. strengthen and keep you.
ing jointly. Ample free parking. come.1OTHE .



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m THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 3,.1966 11

(here In The World Is ,God? NEW PROVIDENCERev. Army Surplus Becomes that the store ii 'th& same except

c. J. Bumey, pastor for the name. Army,Surplus -\
Mere' In the 'World Is approach it with our mere Intellectual Claudia Wilson, reporter will be Sunshine Stores." I
.. is the title of a and emotional pow- Sunshine StoresArmy
ht-provoking address dod ers, that we must also employ Prayer services for our
by Dianne Lynn Jones the utmsot use of all aspects Revival Meeting will begin old
Surplus, a 24 year
is
of opening a new store on
ie 43rd annual convenof our Christian religion." June 6. Preaching services
unit
ten department store
Friday at 551 NW 167th St.
the Episcopal Churchn Many people proclaim that will begin on June thru
13 24, chain in Miami and South
God is and is giving all customers M & M RESTAURANT
everywhere, she
in the Diocese of. Fla. said. will the Rev. W. M. Boyd of
Florida announced it has
But merely to free and souvenirs in
annual confab of say that God is gifts
he 44th Albany, Oat Revivalist. Plan Specializes in Barbecue
changed its name to Sunshine
everywhere is addition to offering a free
which met roy meaningless.
Church now
to'attend. Dinners and all, of
She Stores. types
quotes
:
Miami Beach.ss sunshine vacation to Jamaica
at There
Jones is a member of "Indeed, since all was ing for the will not be any meet- "Army Surplus doesn't fit for two andover, 320 valuable sandwiches.
ohn's Church, Orlando, made by God, every created table Pallbearers Chari- us anymore and hasn't for prizes to lucky number holders Located at
thine bears upon it during the month of June some years" declared Bernard 4042 SW STREETOr
eVe Nelson W. Pinder, a some impress because bearing Sunshine Bumper 17
some revelAtirm. />' u.. of the Revival Meet- Serkin, president. "We have Pembroke Road
r Miamian, 'Vicar. ing. strips on their cars.
Creator.We sense His strength grown with Florida and now
are some ex-
Allowing in the massive rocks Our Youth are busy plan- offer most brand merchan- Mr. & Mrs. Monroe Davis
s from the address: ; His top Mr. Serkin said "The new
beauty in the rose; His sim- ning a fine youth program, dise in all of our depart- Sunshine signs will go up one Prop.
hat great' immortal be- plicity in which will be held
a blade of grass; June 6. ments." at a time within the next 30 West Hollywood ,
hat we recognize as God Hfs wrath in the thunder- You are invited. To celebrate the changeover days. During the changeover
i reality, one of the great- storms; His burning love
for of the
that have name, the company period we want people to know
mysteries ever in the
men sun which lights
NEW
man. Have you ever them all." MT. MORIAHRev.
thought about I it? Man Quoting from St. Paul that

nlocked an infinite num- that God is in Christ, recall- A. L. Shipp, pastor WE SHIP A PACK FREE TO THE BAHAMAS
ing the Evelyn Souter, '-
f esoteric doors of knowlHe world unto Himself, reporter
has answered ques- she said that as a Christian All auxiliaries ONLY
that has previously beenwn "I am in Christ, and becauseof make their are askedto p YOUR rOR
to him for ages. lie God is in Christ, God is in monthly report '
an has never really cometh me ." Sunday morning. 1
the answer to the Approaching her conclu- No. 1 Choir's Anniversary -

ion, "Where is God." sion, she said, "I am living the 4th Fri and Sunday
zing that the answer to proof that God exists in the in July.
question is an extra- world, as a result of my existence Our pastor is doing fine. ir
aryly difficult one to in the world and God's We are asking all of you for
>ver, we cannot solely existence in me." your continuing prayers. Weare iwipmiii
hoping that he will be

strong enough, if it's the
CARMELse Lord's will, that he will be EASY 4TRN.

ZION HOPERev. with us for his anniversary,
McGriff, reporterD. which will be the third Sunday -

A. Bradley, pastorur P. Frdeman, pastor ftemoon at 3 p.m.

pastor, the No. 1 Usher Sister E. Jackson, reporter
--
d and the No. 1 Choir, Services
were spiritually
ded the union on Sunday high all day last Sunday. Our ,
ling, therefore one of our pastor is urging every memberto East Coast
delivered the message
attend
prayer'meeting for
ome, the Rev. Henry Lee the condition of the world in TailorsFEATURING
li. A very thoughtful mes-
these crucial hours. Everyone M Mtn
. The evening message needs THE NEW ,
to pray.
delivered by a visiting DAK SLACK SUIT
The men are working hard
ter, Rev. J. L. HardA Unclaimed Pants for Sole
for Men's Day, which is the
. great message. fourth Sunday in June. The Alterations and Remodeling ,
n the second Sunday in
Rev. Andrew Jackson is FAST SERVICE I
, will have Children'sCome
we
chairman for the occasion.
and be with us. 717 NW62 ST. ?*
Rev. Jackson says, "To-
the third Sunday in June, ?
n PL 8-3901 GORGEOUS
gether we stand, and dividedwe I, LIVING'
No. Usher Board will\ while .
2 A cuff you wait WITH ROOM
fall. So please let's stand DELUXE
their anniversary. I Anytime"
together." Gorg.oll SUITEI,
n the fourth Sunday, the 2pc. d.cerotor.
.,y t', anI inn erteicen' nrm suite with 10110 .
Workers will have :
ng anniversary. I f ,n y 2 'Q""ort tobl.,.+c tructierr ocMteil: ; p Iv,2 stunning lam,.:
Coble
and 2 pillows/ '
n the second Saturday i ., Choice of colors, $J 19 o Q
, the Deaconesses of Pianist Wanted I r1
,hurch will have a tea at
,:,7'w
home of the presiden,'
er Lila Gandy. We are 'fd

ig you to come out with To Play For Gospel Singing kL1


LUKEAME Group For T.V. and Other


W. A. Curry, pastor Bookings Must Be Able to r N K

ia Holmes, reporter

'ie pastori II bring Play Gospel Songs

horning and evening sere -

CALL MR'S. ROSS
Holy Communion will\
''ministered at the morning

vening services.

lesday night, the pastor 235-4724 fASHiON\ BEDROOM'
illing all officers in an gIG\ BEDDNGSUTE \ \ x .
al board meeting. \ fA OUS ;; /
\ ", il\1\ '''' n il

presiding elder of the r 01 beauty \.,., 0' p$11900 dl ,
Central Life Insurance Co. ", ,
I District held his 2nd rireer, in.'io'. ring \ ,
erly Conference. Alls I1l1adlloord'd 2 ,I..prng pl11I011" i :::. ., .

made a full report. Of Florida i rKITCNENLN
\\0"'"
the 7 p.m. service, Sis.
: Kiselka of the Miami ANNOUNCES ITS

College brought an fining NEW HOSPITALIZATIONPOLICY

missionary message. /rH ROUPING

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RESET
,
pIli, .
furnished the 16 c. dlrtrt.."od.r" d,,,.,,.
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 3. 1966 __If" t6 1 4uoun yya.,3otia c.nnooc

Boy KilledRiding ; iII' ."

People. .
,

I rCARD CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS Doubleon Places ,

BicycleA '!

l T Things .
North Dade boy di dearly
OF THANKSTo RANGE. FRANCIS. .
the victim ofa
Tuesday, t... $A. wa. .mo. oe
Lawrence B. Cooper
By
Memorial accident. He
the many friends and Albert Brown of 4010 SW 27thSt. Mary Ellen Thompson of 1141 was the 112th Day traffic fatalityof

well-wishers who were so West Hollywood died May NW 3rd Ave. Apt. 11 died the county for the year. Lance Corporal Carl Jenkins, United States

kind to me during my recent 28. He is survived his his May 24. Services Saturday Michael Rambo, 13, of Marine Corps, received the Silver Star Medal and citation -
illness, I take this method of June 4 at 2 p.m.in the chapel
widow Bertha three brothers,
; 2545 NW 156th St., was riding : "For conspisious gallantry while serving with
expressing heartfelt thanks. Survivors are a brother, John
my Sam, Robert and Joseph; three bike with friendon
double
on a a
Battalion 7th Marines in Viet Nam.
Your cards, telegrams, floral Delancy; a sister-in-lawEuter- Co. C. First ,
sisters, Melvina Woodruff, about
NW 20th Ave., 10
pieces, gifts and prayers, Frances Davis and Julia prie Delancy; four nieces,three when the bike collided Corporal Jenkins, with three Purple Hearts, was
were all deeply appreciatedand nephews; other relatives and p.m. against forces in
Robinson; other relatives and with a car at the intersectionof engaged in a company patrol enemy
I am surehelped to speedmy friends. Services will be held close friends. NW 20th Ave. and Rutland the area of An Hai. During the patrol his company was

recovery. God bless you Saturday, June 4th at 3:30p.m. Ave. in Opa-locka, said taken under intense fire. When his company gained
all. Thomas E. Reese of 2143 NW
at the First Baptist
Opa-locka police. fire superiority, seven of the guerillas were forced to
of 58th Street died May 28.. Ser-
Mrs. Allean Brockington Church Opa-lockt. There were no lights on the With
take refuge in a nearby cave. complete disregardfor
vices Saturday June 4 at 4 pm. bike said.
police
Benjamin Harris of 1604-B NW at Ebenezer M. Church. Sur- Emanuel, Frederick, 13, of his personal safety, Jenkins pursued the enemy
CARD OF THANKSThe
,.. 2nd Avenue died May 25. He Is vivors are a wife; Marie; a 15635 NW 27th Ave., was into the cave. After killing one he continued to assaultthe

family of the late survived by a brother Louis son, James; a daughter, Ollie treated and released from enemy and killed five more and wounded the other

DOLLIE SASNETT Harris of Indianapolis, 1 nd. two nieces; Carolyn and Pa- North Dade General Hospital.The with hand grenades. Overcome by the lack of oxygenas
a friend, Alberta Polk; a son, ricia; a nephew, Matthews; driver of the car was he recovered in
of the
result explosion was a
who departed this life May 11 a ,
.
Roosevelt Ham;other relatives other relatives and fr lends... Brownlee of
A. 19
Eugene ,
other members of his
1966 wish to take this meansof semi-conscious state by comp-
and friends. Arrangements are
2019 NW 152nd Terr. Pending
expressing their man y incomplete.Noah Melvin B. Forbes' of 1305 NW further investigation, no any. He is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Cornelius E.

thanks and appreciation for 4th Ave. died May 31. Survivors charges were filed. Jenkins and is the nephew and cousin, respectively,
the donations cards of
con- Jenkins of 2290 NW 58 are wife; Alberta; two of Mrs. Mary Jenkins and Claudia Cooper of Miami.
colences and flowers and the
St. died May 27. He is sur- sons, Henry and Carl; a sis- .
of Mt. Zion AME Church of
many other acts of kindness Rebecca Godett other .h..Jf. ,?.".ViiV.- Rev. Jenkins, pastor Jack-
vived by a sister, Mrs. Laura ter, ;
extended to us during our hour relatives and friends. Funeral sonville and Carl were visitors here during the Memo-
brother Albert Jen-
Gross
; a ,
of bereavement. kins; a nephew, Oliver Gross; services Saturday June 4 at In and Aroundthe rial weekend. They left for Jacksonville on Monday.
Speical thanks to the Range a brother-in-law, Willie Albert 10 a.m. at Ebenezer Methodist

Funeral Home. Gross; other relatives and Church. BahamashMAMAAIUWUVVVUUWU THE FLEET WAS IN-

May God bless each and friends. Services were held jLast Friday and Saturday the USS Orion docked
everyone.Mrs. Wednesday in the chapel. Viola Harvell of 540 NW 7th
here the first of five cruise from
St. Apt. 19 died May 31. on leg a day Key

Eloise Dennis, Michael Rambo of 2545 Arrangements are incompleteat West. The Orion, a subchaser, is on the way to Nor-

daughter NW 156th Street, Opa-locka, this time. Survivors are a A Haitian known only as folk, Va. Among its personnel were four hardy sailors
And the Entire Family mother Jessie Hamrick is and is be-
; Mrs. ; "Joe" missing
died May 31. He was the thir- whom we had the pleasure of meeting.
a son Roger Hamerick; a lieved to be dead. He and
teen year-old son of and Rosbieand daughter Mrs. carol Black- Ezekiel Rolle of Five Pound Maurice Roots, Clarence Odom, Cephas Gary and
Geneva Ramob wasa
man; two aunts: Agnes Will Ishmael Najera were guests of Archie Pinder, former
student of North Dade Junior Lot, Nassau were on an 18-
CARD OF THANKSThe High School. In addition to iams and Margaret Claxton; an smack boat late on the after- Miami Times columnist. We were in tow of Roots and

family of the late his parents he is survived by uncle; Willie Davis; other relatives noon of April 29 when the Odom on Saturday. Odom, "Daddy" of the group,

JAMES ANDERSONwho two sisters, Shirley and and friends. craft sank off Rose Island.As joined the service in 1948 and is going to sweat it

departed this life May Brenda Rambo; a cousin, Sa- Rolle swam to retrieve the out for a decade. Although the fellows have seen
Baby Boy Scott, infant son of
23 and wish was laid ID rest May sin- muel; Mrs. Irene Spikes, Bobbie Jean Scott of 2540 dinghy, he told Joe to hangon many ports, they prefer Norfolk to Key West. The
28 to express our grandmother; other relativesand to the mast but when he "
cere thanks to the many NW 159th Terr. died May 22. main reason: "There ain't no happenings.
friends. Services Saturday
friends for cards, telegrams, Services were held June 1. returned he saw him swim The fellows, contrary to popular belief, are nice,
June 4 at 12 noon at the Mt. toward the land. Rolle was
and the many other kindnesses Hermon AME Church.RICHARDSON. clean cut fellows who enjoyed the hospitality of Miami.
picked by passing boat.
up a
extended to us during our BAINS. .
bereavement. Special thanks to No trace has been found of the _

Rev. Fred Hicks and the staffof Lester Jackson of 6733 SW Haitian.

Range Funeral Home. May 59th pi., South Miami died .
God bless you all. Mrs. Lola Bell 'Owens of 1032 May 24. Services were held............. =\Dugies Guest Hous ,=
NW 4th Ave., died May 27. Thursday at 3:30: p.m. from

Mrs. Carrie Lawrence She is survived by her mother, the chapel. Survivors are a With Bahamian dollar tak- The house of unusual rooms
husband James; and six stepmother Mrs. Alma Lewis I '
,
Arid amity ing the place of British cur- "Keep us In mind"A
.' children. Arrangements are four brothers, one sister and
incomplete.Mrs. other relatives. rency on May 25, Nassau'sbus better place, w* challenge you to find
incssmen and liquor mer- Seeing Is believingThe
IN MEMORIAMIn chants are still puzzled as to accommodations you receive
Fannie Shannon of 1020 Pringle Ward of 21410 SW
loving, but sad memoryof NW 1st Ct., died May 25. She 119th Ave., Goulds was found how they should price their You find only in this brother

my husband and our father, is survived by one daughterMrs. May 28 in Kendall Canal. Mr. goods. The Bahaiuian dollaris OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

the late June Carter, one son Ward who for the past 12 years worth OIB in U. S. currency
Tommie Thompson, a friend, was employed by the Sea- -which leaves a question 2941 N.W. 47TH I .tEET 634-3851

MR. ANTHONY WHITE Roosevelt McKinney, several quarium is survived by his mark in the mind of the persons JAMAICA DUGIE I IUitttoln
who departed this life May grandchildren and a host of wife Chairty; five daughters, who spends an American friend

27, 1955. other friends. Services were three sons, mother Mrs., Ef- dollar. Another headache the Alwoys a

held Tuesday from the chapel.Mrs. fie Ward, 17 grandchildren, businessmen have is 1 1. w to

Gone, but not forogtten. seven brothers other relatives. convert therm cash registersand
May you rest in peace. Elizabeth Adams of 337 Services Saturday 1:30: p.m. adding machines to the
NW 4th St. died May 30. She
from the chapel.
new system.
Lula White, wife will be funeralized Saturdayfrom f Armorial f ark

Maggie Davis, daughter the chapel. she leaves to

And ChildrenIN mourn a husband, Linton; I You do Not have to own Grave Space in LINCOLN

mother, Mrs. Flora B. Turner; I MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW 46 ST. '0 bury loved

two daughters, Mrs. Arlene HEAR YEI! HEAR YEI ones. Just Tell your funeral director this is your wish.
Romer, Mrs. Flora B. Thompson
It will be done.
MEMORIAMIn five sisters: Lillie Mae Mc- ALL LOYAL mVIHClBLES GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS

Gowan, Ada Wright, Ernestine THE REUNION BALLof CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY

loving memory of Green, Gertrude Washington, the Class of 46 of f Dorsey Gates open to visitor*. American League Sunrise Services
Edna Mae Felton; seven NE 4.4197 E. Johnson,
Manager OX 19199THOUGHTFUL
,.. brothers, Bennie, Roy, Lincoln and the Class of 56 of NorthwesternWILL

Benn, Buster, Eddie, BE HELD FRIDAY, JUNE 3
p.er uC oiM+AS.usc4wk.'S;
and Sam Thomas. At the Allopattah Lion's Club ti r

4343 NW 17th Avenue
ALBERT. .
Tip Smith, 11520 SW 214th Admission $1.50

St. Goulds, died May 25. Ser- Music by Charles Austin and His Band

vices were conducted Tues-

day from the Coconut Grove
y
e efnP'a Chapel. Survivors are one

s son, two sisters, three brot-
hers nieces and
nephews.
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

., Fred VanGates, 15955 NW 27

Ave. Opa-locka. died May 30. "MR. JACK" i f ,
Remains will be shipped Fri- FOR

day 9:30 p.m. to Monticello, STYLES FOR ALL ACES BEAUTIFUL SERVICES

Fla. for final rites and burial. Th. Very Latest in Men's Fashions

lIe will lie in repose in the SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS r ,xf Our ability and desire to
Opa-locka chapel Thrusday r
"""'" until shipping time. Survivorsare ITALIAN SHOES carry out your wishes, together -

t/Ji two daughters; Mesdames, 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida with our experience,
Mary Alice Green, Josie Hall, 'c-7 ,

ERNEST L. DAVIS three sons, Dess, France, ; ', ',\ /' mean a service that is

who departed this life June Alfred children.VanGates, ten grand- T' conducted with beauty and
2. 1960. '
understanding-to comfort.

Marvin McFarland, 2792 NW SEWING MACHI'HE"REPAIR
YOU are not forgotten loved one
NW 46th died pwi.1.-
St. May 28.
Nor will I you ever be SPECIAL"
Arrangements are jncomplete ,
As long as life and
memory at this time. "My Father in Heaven
help
last, we will remember thee Cleaned & Oiled
f I r me never to forget Thy love
Your loving smile gentle
face your Mrs. Lula Mae Davis,2160 NW Adjust Tensions SO it looks up to me in the

.., No one can fill your vacant 69 Terr.died May 29. Arrangements Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 11_ / beauty of the flower

place. are incomplete. Check all Wiring Jphn Henry Jowett

Gone but not forgotten. May *
he rest in peace. INFANTS: 1 Year GuaranteeAll ; Oscar Le Range

Eric D. Cochran 2060 NW 3 Makes & Models
Elease Wilkerson mother Ave. Apt. 11 Graveside ser
Leonard E. Davis father vices were", held Tuesday at CALL 634-5242 OR 633-5256 qi( Funeral Homeu

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 3. 1966 13

FOR RENT HELP WANTEDCAB


ADS Deluxe' 3 bedroom apt. in DRIVERS. APPLY at MIAMI TIMES
Society Cab office, 269 NW
Liberty
Air
City. conditionand
15 WORDS OR LESS 21st St.Barber. ADS
11.25.5C
FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. heat, partly furnished,
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY upstairs, carport. 2 entrances. c.
NOON Call Carey's Rental Agency wanted at Roy's BRINGRESULTS
-- 3713622. Barber Shop, 6349 NW 7th
FOR SALE Ave. Phone 751-9112.
FOR SALEBEAUTIFUL ---
FOR RENT Indf.
Opa-locka area. 2 bedroom,
South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct DUPLEX Large 1 bedroom unfurn. $18. 2 bedroom fume
[FHA duplex Fla
,
total. $200 down, $15,800. Only
$9,000 $600
and do. room, near 84th st. and 18th light and water. $24. Call Mick- I
$111 month.
Freshly painted Big 100'x125' This is
com- ins Rental
AVC. partly furnished. Agency, 681-8213.
lot. Owner: 3733304.NO pletely furn. This is a beau- $22 CBS HOMES
tiful Per week. Also studio apt. Indef
property, a must
see,
you No.
4 at 749 NW
can live rent 61st St. $18 $100-450 DOWN
CLOSING COSTS free. Drive by wk. unfum. no children, Ben- 1498 NW 58th St. 2 bedroomone
Beautiful waterfront 3 bed- A.1919 NW 90th St.then call me. Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. side, 1 large one on other NO CLOSING COSTS

room, CBS Garage, tile roof, anytime Ben-Kori, Realtor, call ---- side, dining room, kitchen, DRIVE BY COMPARE

awning windows, awnings, air -:.-751-2243_ Large 1 bedroom apt. $17. bath, very good income. OX

conditioners, wall to wall car- NO Liberty fcntal Agency, 2020 1-0304. 1101 NW 85 St Custom Built
QUALIFYING ------------
pet,Fla room, appliances, etc. NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. ---
with 3 bedroom, 2 bath, huge Fla Beautiful room for nice clean NW
price only $15,500 $500 --- 2998 83 Terr 3 bedroom
----------
room, drive
down and $93.81 month. Life by 870 NW 84th CBS, 2 bedroom apt. $22. person. 759-6026.

Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th Terr. Then. call me to see. Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 2425 NW 90 St ------------ $11,000 total
Ave. PL 9-4371.. Open eves, This is a beauty for a large NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. Bedroom, living room, large ,
Sundays. family. Total price $13,700, kitchen,bath,clean furnished, 9001 NW 16 Ave ------_____ $12,300total \0

$1,500 down and $91 month Partly fum. 2 bedroom duplex. $19 wk. 4017 NW 23rd Ave. 2000 NW 91 St __ homes
2
---------
NO QUALIFYING pays everything. Don't miss $22. Liberty Rental Agency, 888-6643.

We have 2 homes in the Manor this, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2020 NW 62nd St. Call 633- 1470 NW 92 St ------------ $13,500 total I
I call anytime
751-2243. 7804.
Park area that you can buy
---- POSITION WANTED E-Z MONTHLYMANY
with $500 down and move rightin. --- MORE

Both have 2 bedrooms, car- NO QUALIFYING Apt. furn. or unfurn. bedroom, 21-year-old male with 4 years AETNA REALTYBROKER

port, jalousie windows, awn- 3 bedroom, very large Fla living room,dining room,cool, college experienced in psychology 811 NW 54 STREET )151-5124
ings and are nicely located. room, dining room, freshly quiet building, apt. 2 open. and biology needs
Keys at Life Realty, Broker, painted inside and out Come Go see 653 NW 27th st. 373- regular work. Phone 691-4083. OPEN SAT. & SUN.
see this. It is a honey. 7973 or III 4-8004.
4932 NW 7th Avenue. PL 9- ----
4371. Open evenings, Sundays. $1,500 down and $100 month -----
---- pays all. Total price $13,950. Effcy. Apt. fum. 909 NW 76th

NO CLOSING COSTS Open Sunday, come on over. Street. 696-5601. LEGAL NOTICE

bath in A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, call -----
3 bedroom, 2 heart of
Manor Park. Tile roof, car- anytime. 751-2243. Northwest, 1 bedroom CBS Notice Under Fictitious Name WATERFRONT HOMESOPEN

port. Jalousie window, awn- --- private, utilities, adults, Law
ings. Owner will make this House. West Hialeah, 3 bed- near buses, fum. $20 wk c NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 2-6 SUNDAY

house like new and its on 52ndSt. rooms, 1 bath, near bus and 696-6811. that the undersigned, desiringto
schools, one mortgage, sub- engage in business under
near 15th Ave. price only 1060 NW 85 STREET
stantial down. Call in the fictitious name of
888-8181. Room private home for a
$13,200 with $400 down and Perfect home for entertainment and
prestige.
COUSIN'S RECORD SHOP
T---- quiet gentleman, 47th St.
$80 month. Life Realty, Broker -
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9- 296 NW 46th St. & 3rd Ave. area. 634-9654. AND INCOME TAX SERVICEat 1185 NW 83 STREET

4371. Open Sundays.NO 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, -- number 2715 NW 54th Streetin
fenced yard, near bus, school Fum. 1 bedroom apt. $22 wk. the city of Miami, Fla. intends $16,500

CLOSING COSTS stores. Only $495 down. $85 Furn. effcy. $15 wk. include to register the said Built-in features, Fla room, screened porch.
bedroom per month. Call now E. Harry light, gas, hot & cold water. name with the clerk of the
3 CBS
Large with on lots. Denny, Realtor, Tip Top Waste remover. 688-3225 after Circuit Court of Dade County, 8343 NW 12 AVENUE
garage workshop,
large front porch,I arge kitchen, Realty, 7540483. 5 p.m. Fla. $16,500
Dated at Miami, Florida,
--- 2 baths lovely Fla
and
appliances. Price only room extras.
I many
$13,000with 1 CBS, Open Sunday, on Lake. 1558 NW 49th St. 1 bedroom this 27th day of May, 1966.
$400 down and $84 8363 NW 12 AVENUE
mo. 1351 NW 88th St. $950 down. unfum. cottage. $19 week. Albert Wellington Cooke,owner
7th Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Large modern 3 bedroom, 2 key with Mrs. Colman, immediate May 27. June 3, 10, 17. $16,500Fla
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open
eves, Sundays. vanity bath rooms, modem occupancy. Call owner room, plus lovely screened porch.
,. built-in kitchen, dishwasheroven Mr. Gross HI 8-2824 or daily
-- SCREENED
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POOL
LEGAL NOTICE PATIO
and range, wall to wall 444-6126.
NO
CLOSING COSTS
carpet, drapes, large fenced Beautiful view on waterfront.
Like new 3 bedroom CBS in Notice under Fictitious Name Spacious 3 bedroom -
Bunche Park.Awning windows, yard on lake front, carport Law 2 bath, garage. "Must see for the prestige
and a yard 75x135'. Call now
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "
large yardfreshly painted inside DignifiedProfitable buy c v.
754-0483. E. Harry Denny,
and out. Price only that the undersigned, desiringto
Realtor, Tip Top Realty. in business under WE
$9,500 with $300 down and engage HAVE 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES

$57 month. Key at Life Realty down. Vets New Career Selling the fictitious name of $100 DOWN NO CLOSING COST
$100 Anyone. or FACTORY METHOD TV
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. Mutual Fqnds
non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 SERVICEat
PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and
bedroom homes like SUCCESSFUL men and Clark-Grellner Realtors
evenings. CBS new. women In thus field make number 1211 NW 54th Streetin ,
Only $100 down and from $63 l0.000 or mor a year. Norxptnenc the City of Miami, Fla. Intends -
-- n.e.uary. W 24 HOUR
-- =-- SERVICE
month all. One (1) mor the said
pays will .lv* yon the training to register
NO CLOSING COSTS tgage. Call now to see these Important needed to qualify field. All you Inquire In thin name with the clerk of the 14647 NW 7th Ave.
Like new CBS,duplex in Alla- beautiful homes today. E. kept In strict confident. Dade County, Florida.
Writ for all appointment
pattah area, large patio with Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip Call or Dated at Miami, Florida, MU 8-0537

awning, jalousie windows, Top Realty, 754-0483. Prudential Mr. Torelll Inveitmenl President Corporation this 27th day of May, 1966.
Spanish tile floors, appliancesPrice ---- 76AI Blactyn Blvd. 759 0816 Leonara Weiss, Owner

only $11,800 with $400 Large lot NW 87th street. May 27; June 3, 10, 17.
Jown and $88 month pays all. Approximately 80'x147' the

Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW best NW area of beautiful

7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open homes. Priced to sell quickly. EDISON

Sundays. $4,250. Hurry call now E. FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY Specials

--- Harry army, Realtor, Tip

Top Realtor, 754-0483.
3 BEDROOM
THE FINEST PROPERTIES
$12,500 total. $350 down and month OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
$87 month pays all. Beautiful $79 a pays all. CBS
,HOI' NW 81 STREET WATERFRONT
home on beautiful street rightoff large fenced yard, with a big 1345 NW 86 STREET
Pool-screened pofio.'Exquislte 3 bedroom 2 bath
7th Ave. Large beautiful bar-be-q on NW 84th Terr. ,
yard utility room, spotless Carpet, drapes, no qualifyingfor most modern mitchen with built-in refrigerator, $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof,

home. Please call me on this this nice 3 bedroom home. freezer, oven and range. Central ducts and hi-fi fenced yard, city water. $250 down FHA. No

this. A. Ben-Kori, Re
612 NW 60th St. Cally anytim 7540483. Tip Top Realtors. ALSO SEE US FOR THESE
751-2243.
CLOSE TO ABOVE PROPERTY
--- 1. Exceptionally nice CBS home, tile roof, Fla

NO QUALIFYING GREAT BARGAINFull 3 bedroom, 2 bath, custom-built, CBS room, plus rear enclosed porch. $78.54 month

Total price 13050. Only price $8,600-$53 month- $22,500 with excellent terms FHA. No closing cost.
1,600 down and $100 month, immaculate condition, beau-

or this 3 be droom, 1 bath, tiful oak floors, large large modem beau- 141 NW 50 STREET 4 BEDROOMS CBS 2. Near Edison High. 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof.
Fla room, built-in oven, mo- kitchen, garage, $250 down FHA.No closing cost. Nice big lot.
ern kitchen, beautiful yard, tiful lot with city sewer and 2'/2} bath, built-in oven, range and bar, oak floors

'Pen sunday, 935 NW 84th St. water. Excellent. 1160 NW 31 larqe tile patio porch, garage, tile roof, terracedlot. Near Edison
3. High. .
$76.84 everything.CBS
. Ben-Kori, Realtor, call St. Drive by and call JE 1- Across street from school. Good terms. pays
nytime 6902.WALDORf tile roof, $250 down FHA. No closing .
7512243.
IF YOUR KIDS COME FIRST. cost.

See 520 NW 41st STREET. Very large 3 bedroom,
4. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard.
r" ','"" 2 bath, on 2 huge fenced lots.
Patio well sprinkler Fla FHA
H pump, room, ,
mortgage already placed.

CBS HOME PLUS COTTAGE

330 NW 51st ST $13,200 FHA 5. Need a church Near 37th Street.2 lots, streetto
street (one vacant). Other lots with 2 story
DOWN MONTH
:: $400 $82
111 !lIO I rt -'- ] r' llli and formerly used as a church. $7400 total.

325 NW 50 STREET $9,900 TOTAL Terms.

Completely furnished 4 bedroom 2 bath 2
story
WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
ESTATES [ residence. Low cash, no qualifying, 1 mortgage. TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

134 NW 15 STREET CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

Model at 1517 NW 81 St. $4 00 DOWN FHA $78 MONTHLY $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Solid CBS, cedar closet, oak floors, garage, DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY

Only $25 a week pays all sprinkler system, tile roof, $12,000 total. ..


PEACE-BROKER Chas. S. Fontana. Realtor EDISON REALTY, Realtors


r57-2126 445-7323 6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511 175 N.W. 62nd St. 7512441CLASSIFIED 7



THE MIAMI TI MES. Friday, June '3, 1966 _ u __U h _

Phil Ossofer WVrVWWrVWYVWWWVWWVW.I"' ,':JI""I', <; *>I JKV''W: \, V'' ftP'" '"!!'>'''. ,',',' .'.",I'r..,. ,
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Ranches i HIGHLIGHTS PRIMARY: OF THE REDUCED $5,000FOUR .Best Buys .: in Town<,:;;\ _

Our gubernatorial primary STORES ON NW 79th STREET
proved that in order to be ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS
Newsy High, one has to have Faith. GOOD OPPORTUNITY
No wonder Miami's Mayor 3 BEDROOM FLA ROOM. Enclosed porch, din-
"" & Walt. Bee won. He's married to Faith! TERMS TO SUIT YOU |Jng room, appliances, air cond., large lot. $450 ti

The VFW Post it thanking TOTAL $21000 down.
everyone who helped to make Since May 24, I've had a
its installation service, May High regard for our voters. BEN FINKEL BROKER $300 DOWN 3 BEDROOM. Dining room, utilityroom
29 a success. Thanks to Ker- 379-3792 373:6753 only $77 month, total $12,600.
.
nell Dames, commander of *

Opa-locka Post 5693, who was Suggestion for a morning- MANOR PARK. FENCED CORNER. 2 lots. 2.
the installin g officer. Thanksto after-election headline:
the vice commander and "Governor. 'Bums out' because bedroom, Fla room, dining room, utility room
Ladies Auxiliary, and last of Mayor's 'High vo- $500 DOWN NO QUALIFYI NG garage, appliances. All extra large rooms, FHAor
but not least, to Chaplain tage.'" 1859 NW 42nd Street bank terms.
Emery Gibson of Post 5693. .
.......... This was a colorful pri- Lovely CBS, vacant, move in. 2 BEDROOMS. $300 DOWN. Dining room, utilityroom
mary. By mentioning the Negro WHAT A BEAUTY carport, appliances. Only $73 month.
Star Light Lodge meets bloc, Burns got a "light"vote 3200 NW 11th AvenueBy

the Friday Masonic night Hall-at 8 o'clock at enabling High's victoryto appointment only. Easy FHA terms. $80 MONTH, 3 BEDROOM. Enclosed porch, din-
be spelled out in black and I
************ ing room, utility room, carport, appliances. No
white. : $600 DOWN BUYS 2 HOMES qualifying. $700 down, $10,500 total.
I
Mrs. Sally Burnett of 1715 3 bedroom, CBS, plus 2 bedroom frame. No qualifying.
Mayor High was just the :
SW 48th Ave., celebrated her
DUPLEX IN BEST AREA. 1 bedroom each side.
21st birthday on Friday, May medication we needed. He got I ALLAPATTAH REALTY
27 at her home in West rid of Burns faster than sun- : 3517 NW 17 AVE. 6330426SEE Appliances. 2 carports. $300 down. $76 month.
Hollywood. Happy birthday. burn lotion could do it. what I
a relief! HOME & INCOME. Completely furnished. 3 bed
****ssssss* S. rear
room front house and 7 bedroom house.,
A stop sign on 14th Avenue MODEL Fenced. No qualifying. 9,000 total.
Those attending the Min- gave me a clue to the Gover
isters and Deacons' Union of nor's defeat. His name was 3451 NW 207 STREET WE HAVE MANY OTHERS

Atlantic Coast Baptist Association placed on the sign so that it OPEN 12 to 6 SAT. & SUN. ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
at New Mt. Zion Bap- read "Stop Burns." FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS
tist Church, Florida City, last 55 $100 down. Only $49.80 month. Almost new 2
weekend were the Revs and Because our Governor accused bedroom CBS home. We also have 34 bedroom
and Mrs. E. J. Clark and J. our Mayor of. buying lovely CBS homes at $56 monthly and $70 month-
A. Butler from Central Bap- votes, the voters went out and ly. Terrific deals.Peoples SHELL REALTY BROKER,
tist Church, and Rev. and "bought" a new Governor. i
Mrs. I. W. Hepburn and Mrs. .5. Realty Broker
A. Hepburn from Star of Beth- It should be easy for Bumsto : 4260 NW .7th AVI. 751-5551
lehem Baptist Church. back High's campaign in r
the general election. He 624-3959

,......'..,.'.'" did a perfect job of it before

M : 1 the second primary.. .j.,. 19 t B.*f I tf 8 t.ejl MJJUUUUUUUJ.tJ.it.. .n't'ut fL"$
Join'the ,. ..,' .
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.
,. The moral of the story is ::':,:t > .
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this: Mention race and You'll t
/ .:NAACP lose the race If you : !,": OPEN HOUSE '." .. .. .w""" ''''' ." ., \ IJ', '.
\ ::
-AH.. .,?,-,,,.., crow about Jim Crow, you'll M. =EST> "" HOMES" FOR YOU ; {:.
!* +
,'I" .. ._"'II.lIi O. end up eating crow.LAUGHLIN :.''N'I"" ,' ;,11 "r '" ," ". .' ..' .":L :r
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((750 AND TERRACE + OPEN NITES AND SUNDAYS .
ATLANTIC BUSINESS KIDDIEUNIVERSITY : 1180 NW 76
t SPEICAL SPECIAL SPECIAL
MACHINES EXCHANGEUsed : Brand $ew ..I' Gorgeous
LOTS CLOSE IN CLOSE IN LOTS

Will from be 6:30: open o.m.the to summer 4 p.m. :. 3,bedroom: 2 bathhomes., Big. Fla room, oven i $450 DOWN $450 DOWN $450 DOWNWe i

typewriters, $17.50 Pickup and delivery of : and range, tile roof. now have excellent building lots near 87th
I and up.Service repair on all children. .' ,' I. St. at good price and terms. These are large lots
I typewriters and adding 5605 NW 32nd AVENUEFor : OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 PM.FORD A and are ready for building or Investment. Close in. O
machines and all
types of .
used books. registration and fur- J Check with us to see and buy. +

call ther: information please REALTYINC.. ;,. Broker 4 THREE BEDROOM FHA $13,500 +
759-7445
634-1632 : 3639NW. ISlh Avenue 635-4595 I $350 DOWN $82.25 MO. +
7864 NW 2nd AVENUE 8 to 4:30: p.m. T Gleaming three bedroom CBS with tile roof and
.. .. .... .. T hardwood floors. Fenced backyard with sprinkler +

A system and nice landscaping. Appliances are in* +

............. A eluded. No closing costs. $100 down to vets or +

LOOKING FOR THAT HOMES FOR SALE ... .. J 221 letter.

DREAM HOME? NEW LIBERTY CITY KING SIZE BUYS % I THREE BEDROOM FHA -$13,500 i

NW Second and Rich 7 $300 DOWN $79.43 MO.
'will it for
I $100 get
you
Call mond Heights area. : PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES AA T Large CBS three bedroom with carport. Tile roof
: $100 down and + and hardwood floors. Very nice modern style +
up. FROM SIOO DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS IT
POSTON
NAN REALTY A home with many extras including the appliances. AI
.ft/ Or Mrs. Ward MAR-DAN ASSOCIATES * * * * .TI NO CLOSING COSTS. $100 down to vets or 221 I

l' And Bank Foreclosure RealtorsHI 8801 NW 16 AVENUE IT + letter. V

9473403 Demeritte 52557 CE 55488 Gorgeous pool, 3 bedroom, extra large Fla room, +J 4 FOUR BEDROOM FHA $13,000 +
FHA-VA-BANK + fenced, stove, air conditioner, rugs, $14,500. f A $300 DOWN $79.43 +
Evenings + T Custom four bedroom CBS with all concrete Av
1540 NW 58 STREET
partitions. A nice large home in excellent con- VA
+ Large 2 bedroom, fenced, awnings, stove and refri A dition. Near buses, school and stores. NO f*

+ gerator, $11,000. AA +I CLOSING COSTS.JlOOdown to vets or221 letter. A

j 1451 NW 88 STREET $
+ TWO BEDROOM FHA $11,500 +
; HOMES HOMES HOMES + 2 bedroom, screened porch, carport, lovely area. A
DOWN
SUMMER TIME $12,500. A $250 $70.36 +
AND THE LIVING IS EASY + J .T. Spacious CBS with carport, enclosed front porch, AV
1410 NW 88 STREET YT large Cuban tile patio with awning. Fully fenced VA
SEE AND CALL OWNER
I 2 bedroom, garage, Fla room, stove, refrigerator, +J yard with drive in gate. Will be painted your f
168 NW 47 STREET + sprinklers, drapes, rugs. $13,000. tJ I color inside. NO CLOSING COSTS. $100 down, AJ

CBS, 2 bedroom, porch, carport. $495 down, $73 mo. vets or 221 letter. TA
1 No loan cost. Move right in. 1800 NW 91 STREET J .
v Corner 2 bedroom, large closets, close to bus and t TWO BEDROOM FHA $11,000 4I
339 NW 39 STREET + schools, $12,000. + $250 DOWN $66.66 MO. IT

CBS, 2 bedroom, porch, CBS, large rooms, $250 down. Nice CBS in handy location. Walk to buses and Tt
No loan cost. + 8811 NW 15 AVENUE .
stores. Tile roof and carport. Appliances included. TA
I 929 NW 49 STREET A 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, fenced, sprinklers, A NO CLOSING COSTS. $100 down vets or 221 4

CBS, 2 bedroom, porch, large rooms. $495 down. $81 + awnings. .TA T+ letter. IA ,
month. Move right in. No loan cost. 1421 NW 81 TERRACE IA
$8,000 FHA $60 MO. 4
7025 NW 28 AVENUE 2 bedroom, screened porch, air conditioner, awnings. I $200 DOWN AT

I CBS, 3 bedroom, 1 lye bath, like new, large dining +T Carport. sprinkler, stove, refrigerator, $12,500. Beautiful CBS with nearly new Fla room. The AT
+
room and kitchen. $695 down. $91 month. Move rightin. 840 NW 85 STREET prettiest house at this price that we have ever J
I No loan cost. + 2 bedroom, Fla room, total price $12,500. t 4 had to sell. Perfect for retirees or expressway 4

1904 NW 90 STREET I people. NO CLOSING COSTS. $100 down vetsor A
'I CBS doll house, large rooms, ground, large lot. $495 j 8120 NW 17 AVENUE j J 221 letter. Jf
down, $80 month, move right in. No loan cost. + 2 bedroom, extra-large f

I 1762 NW 152 STREET + VA & FHA RESALES ALSO +

; CBS, like new, fenced, awnings, 2 bedroom, $495 IISCAYNE REALTY INC I
1 down. $71 month. Move right in. I KING REALTY INC. OF MIAMI, REALTOR J ,

: + Open 7 Days a Week T 4 1094 NW 54 STREETP j

\ Call Owner 758-8749 + 8000 NW 1 AVE PL l-9708f V L 4-3589 VA

v OPEN SUNDAYS'' EVENINGS' BROKERU t

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HIRD ANNUAL ALL CITY AWARDS BANQUET
i

H The Miami Herald sponsors for this fine banquet ii _f
land get-together for the all-city high school athletes

land althlete of the year, put on one of the most out ==
Islanding affairs in this city last Wednesday night your

Sports Editor was the only .outside sports writer to
attend this banquet and was introduced by Neil Amdur
land received a welcoming ovation which I was proudof. It was a big day for James Gaston North Dade

Neil was the master of ceremonies for the affair. high school track star at the Sunshine Dairy State

(Among the award winners were Raymond Wilcox, football Track meet. He won the 100 yard dash with a time of
I star from Carver. He will join Jake Gaither at 10 flat and the 220 yard dash in 220. Here he receives ,

FAMU. Basketball stars Johnny Gay, Curley; Johnny the Dairy Dash trophy from Willie Pastrano,

McKinney, Mays and Delta Green, Carver; Track stars wet ld's former lightweight champion and youth direc-

( Curtis Larkin, Adam Morrison, Arthur Spicer, Carroll tor of Southeast Florida Dairy Institute which co-
Wooten, all from Northwestern; James Gaston, North sponsored the meet with South Miami Jaycees. In win- Miami Northwestern High School 880 yard relay

] Dade; Fred Hannah and Jim Lotts, Jackson; James ning the 100, Gaston triumphed over three state champions team, state FIS A champions, won the 880 easily withan

Jones, Curley; Tom Hutchins, Palmetto and Dave ,Hanberg of Tallahassee, Burroughs of Jackson- elapsed time of 1:28.6.: Left to right are Jerry Bib-

Canady, LaSalle. Some of the outstanding _coaches of ville and Cipiono Garaa of South Dade. Gaston is by, Virgil Newman, Carroll Wooten and Curtis Larkin.

these boys were present: Brother G. Ronald, LaSalle: FIAA state champion of the 220. Jacksonville's Ribault was second with 129.2, Winter

Bennie Moore, Northwestern; Leroy Daniels, North H Park third with 139.5. Gaston also won the WTVJ

I Dade; Willard A. Tolliver, Carver; Norman Cross trophy for outstanding performance at the meet.
Jackson. The athlete of the year award was presented! Waldorf Estates Offers

to Steve Tannen of Southwest, all around star.
Condominum School Makes Plea For Funds .

Once again, these boys entered the Sunshine LivingMuch
From Nassau, Bahamas, to the spiritual qualities of the
Dairy State Invitational Tract Meet of 1966. Dedicatedto
comes a letter of appeal from
child and his relationship to
the youth development of the Southeast- talk is being done of maintenance, taxes, insurance -
program Carlton Francis for a most "
God and his fellow beings,
about better housing for principal and inter-
Florida Dairy Institute, a project of the South Miam i our worthy cause-the school of said Mr. Francis.
people in this communitywith ests are included in the small ?
Jaycees. This was the fourth presentation of Florida'smost very little being accom- weekly payment which may which he is headmaster. He The school is being operated -

outstanding high school track meet on Saturday, plished. Now, however Wal- be made monthly if desired. writes: on modern lines. Furniture
May 28. The athletes who participated were some of dorf Estates offers us a won- Waldorf Estates features "It is my confirmed belief costing more than $16,000 has
the finest ever to assemble in the state's history. If derful opportunity to enjoy beautiful two-bedroom, two that all our Bahamian brethrenand recently been acquired from
the weather prevailed might have the baths with American friends in the Britain. School and community
we seen largest luxury living at a price we large living room,
crowd to attend. It wasn't too bad, with an attendanceof can afford. kitchen and bath on the first Miami area would be interested efforts are being made to meet
floor and two-bedroom and in the recent developmentin the financial obligations of the
one
close to 5000. Invitations to athletes were based Waldorf Estates is making
bath with large closets on progress at the Jordan project, and some is
progress
this
achieved the possibility a reality by
solely on performances during track
Memorial Baptist School, Nassau
second floor.Artistic being made, he said.
season and because of high school classificationsand building condominiums (con- Bahamas."
wrought iron rail- Friends in Miami are askedto
association membership. of them do-min-e-yums) available im- Under Francis' adminis-
Many competed Mr.
ings grace the stairway to help in this project. "We
against one another for the first time. As usual the mediately. The beauty of the second floor. All walls are tration, the enrollment at the would welcome any donationsin
boys I mentioned in column last week and this program is that with a small school has increased from 160
my down and soundproof. The most desir- the form of checks, postal
week received plaques and trophies from the above week payment $25 per able terrazzo and hardwood in 1963 to 500. It now has a order, bank draft, etc." All
you may enjoy a lovely
of well-
faculty including
events. James Gaston was one of the outstanding home of your own. All costs floors are featured.Be trained and 14, experienced donations may be sent to the
athletes of the meet. He received three plaques and sure and see these teachers from within the Ba- President, Bahamas Baptist
he added his name to the Frank Wilcox Memorial Award lovely homes at 1517 NW 81st hamas and from abroad. "The Missionary and Educational
St. and learn how Convention, P. O. Box 2165,
you may
presented by former lightheavyweight champ Willie Red Cross philosophy of the school em-
to be a proud owner of your own Nassau, Bahamas.
Pastrano. phasizes the education of the
home. Donations would be &(ate-
whole child, giving expressed
ly received and acknowledged.
MIAMI MARLINS IMPROVINGThe Train Aides prominence_ to the importance

Marlins at present are playing around .800

ball, which shows a great improvement. The new ad-

do dition better of players had been a great,help and expect to FreeSummer BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?
as they go along. There are some more new
players expected in the next week or so. While talk- recruits as water
safety, recreation and hospital
ing to Lou Gorman, farm director for the Orioles and aides are needed by Dade
pitching coach George Bamburger they promise the County Red Cross, Free train- fI rt. I
fans a winning ball club for the second half. Rightnow ing will be given.

the fans are well pleased. The difference betweenthe \
manager of this and last has After completion of a 16-
year year no co m-
hour training course, Water ,
parison. Bill Demars, this year's manager is a fighterand Safety Aides will assist a I
has his ball team hustling. Here are some of the Water Safety instructor after
die hard fans who never' miss a game: Bill Tucker, which they will assist a Red
assistant treasurer for the Miami showman's club, Cross Water Safety instructor
I
along with his beautiful wife. Sorry to say Bill has at the pool nearest their Ill

to get around in a wheelchair, but still attends all the homes. Requirements are at a 1
minimum of 14 years, a junioror i
games, Bob Hogue, former pitcher for the New York senior life saving card and
Yankees and Boston Braves. A local boy along with current swimming certificate.

his Dad, Henry Wicard, Issy Bandrimer, former Houseof

guson David who and took other care league of many ballplayers.a great ball Dr.players/or-Ralph Fer- be course Recreation 15 will to prepare be given Aides them a who special to work must finance Your '66 Car with Our

tier Miami Commissioner Tom (Dutch) Orr, former major with children at the Retarded

leaguer, Sgt. Milt Ogle who played on the Police Children's Society Day Camps AUTO LOAN!
Team, Al Davis, who knows baseball from A to Z and at Greynolds and Robert King I
numerous others. High parks.


Marlins schedule for the week Fri-June3rd Mar- Youth Hospital Aides, 15 :'''" '*' : "*' "'"V ** '
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lins vs Leesburg at 7:30 p.m.; Sat. June 4th Marlinsvs and up in, will the be following trained to hos-assist f : iShop: ,around for the i ,car you want Bring us the :

Ft. Leesburg at 7:30 p.m. Fri. June 10th Marlins vs pitals: Christian, Hialeah, -: \; 'make,' model! and price .
Lauderdale at 7:30 p.m. Jackson Memorial, Palm '\ '
- Springs, General, James Archer ; .'2.. We will okay; your l loan quickly,.'and with. no red ".

I I ministration.Smith and They Veterans may serve Ad I ," "tapeOut'loan. ,'policy 'is,very liberal t ,- we wan?, ( t

I in the hospital nearest their to make"loans.
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GLAMOUR( STUDIOS. .r, homes. Youngsters are askedto -i<

'' call Red Cross headquarters '3.: Interest con'be low 4'/i% ar'anr
as .as on a, new : ,
and ask for
at
GRADUATION SPECIAL an application 751-6661 blank for what- payments for as'long as 36 months the .lowest. )

"' / ever training course they ase f '?L paymenls possible :We also make loans r
.j';: _:"STUDENTS ONLY ;i2POSES best qualified. v : on,used ,
f .carsto 5 years old." >; ,'
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IT ART WORK TODAY.! ; LINCOLN
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\ 2 GIANT 5 X 7 20 Year 1] OF MIAMI
Live In Maids
Cooks Bus Boys First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast
2 4 X 5 POSTCARD Dishwashers Porters fight here In the Edison Financial Center
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 3, 1966 _ __ __ -

I Citizens' Advisory Committee For WOOLWORTHSMany

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..1 Community Improvement Begins Major Task I d

: What kind of community arc quired before federal funds tion would be integrated into the group will function. Com I .
we building for ourselves? can be made available to the the framework of the general mittee members are: a
I What are our goals for the County, and in some cases, Land Use Master Plan recent- Edmond S. Acramonte,
i people who live here? What to private housing develop- ly approved by the County, Robert Banning, John R. Bar-
is this tropical "city" goingto ment.The Commission. rett, Armand j. Berthiaume,
be like when it houses two Workable Program Myron Leff, Urban Renewal, Raymond W. Butler Jr., E.
million people-three million consist of adequate codes and Director, reported in the stat- Ross Daniels, Rt. Rev. JamesL. people? ordinances; a comprehensive us of Urban Renewal ProjectNo. Duncan, Ainslee R. Ferdie,
These are some basic community plan; neighborhodd 1 and said that onethirdof Dr. J. A. Ferguson, Alfred
questions to which the newly analysis; the administrative the land has been acquired Finklestein, John N. Gibson,
formed Citizens Advisory organization to carry out the and that the first federal grantis Emil J. Gould, George R.
Committee for Community Im- program; availability of financing expected by June 30. Headley, John E. Hunt, Ber- d t1S
provement will address itself resources; decent, safe Problems of housing perlsonsdislocated nard Jacobson, Mrs. Henry ap
Holding its first organizational and sanitary housing for per- because of the Kaufman, Earl 0. Kehoe, Wil- ,
meeting on May 6, the sons displaced through some urban renewal project and par- liam H. Kerdy, Andrew Lee, 4rvnn
Committee which is made up government action; and repre- ticularly because of highway Mrs. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Jack
of 27 citizens appointed by sentative citizen participationin construction were discussedby MaloneyClifford R. Matthews,
the County Commission and the formulation of communi- Haley Safge, director of the Walter Mont,Ray A. Morrissey,
11 chairmen of various County ity goals. Planning Director Miami Housing Authority. Jr., Mrs. George Pendersen, '
Committees, heard County of- Reginald Walters outlined the Following the election of Garth C. Reeves, William
ficials outlined some major work of the Metro Planning William Ryder, advertising Ryder, Charles B. Schildeck-
points of concern. County Department in developing a executive, as temporary chair- er, Jack Silverman, Herbert
Manager Porter W. Homer comprehensive plan for com- man and Mrs. Jack Maloney, Lee Simon, John E. Smith, ,,,. Ri
pointed out that a basic function munity development and said civic leader, as vicechairman Jogn R. Terry, Kate Thorn-
of the Committee is to that detailed master plans for the committee discussedthe hill, Maxine Thurston, Mrs
encourage implementation of transportation, library facili- objectives of the various V. E. Virrick, Alice C. Wain- tll
the "Workable Program" re- ties, and parks and recrea- sub-committees through which wright, Bernard B. Weksler,
and Charles W. Will. ..

2400 Attend White House ntglv* tor men and tromrn

I CALLM.Mi

Conference on RightsPresident Fox TIMEX WATCHESto


Lyndon B. John- which formed the basis for preliminary -Jobs, Economic Security and
son, on June 4, 1965, in an reports submitted to Welfare; Education; Housing; FOR and dress styles with B5 95
j address at Howard University, the President last winter.In and the Administration of STOCKSBONDSMIUAL stainless steel backs tin- W&H to
.. said, "I intend to call a February, President John- Justice. While recognizing the
White House conference of son chose a 30-member Coun- impkrtance of another areas, FUNDS breakable mainsprings.
scholars, and experts and out- cil under the chairmanship of was the Council's decision ,171 Many are waterproof. 14 95
standing Negro leaders-men of Mr. Ben W. Heineman and Mr. that these areas are of the Gold-tone or chrome. .
both races-and officials o f A. Philip Randolph honorary utmost urgency as to require 4 .
government at every level- chairman, and charged the immediate action and imple
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This White House conference's Council with the responsibility mentation.The .
theme and title will be "To of drawing upon the Plan- Council has had the r Available in Miami, Miami Beach,
I Fulfill These Rights." ning session and planningand assistance of knowledgeable
Coral Gables, Perrine, Homestead,
"It's object will be to help developing a substantive consultants in compiling a
the American Negro fulfill the agenda for this historic con- comprehensive report coveringin Hollywood, West Hollywood
rights which, after the long ference, the first to be heldon detail, these four principal w' MOM AT
MONEY'S WORTH
time of injustice, he finally this vital subject at the problem areas. This report YOU
about to secure. highest level of the land. will form the basis of the sub- .....:.:..,..:.:........ WOOLWORTH'SGo
"To move beyond oppor- The Council has met long ject matter which will be dis-
I tunity to achievement. evenings and weekends for cussed by approximatel : .
I'o shatter forever not extended review and discus- 2,400 persons drawn from a TPHlUEVI'I1.INV.aTMINT
only the barriers of law and sions of plans and proposalsand cross-section of Americanlife
'I public practice, but the walls agreed to concentratethe during the June 1 and 2 7(41 BISUYNEILVD., to Church Sunday
which bound the condition of Conference discussionson White House Conference "To MIAMI FLU 33131
\ 'man*by the color of his skin. four major problem ,areas Fulfull These Rights." Phone 76O-8S4O
"To dissolve, as best we
-
i can, the antique enmities of
of the heart which diminish the
I holder, divide the great democracy -
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and do wrong-great
wrong-to the Children of
i" God."

I In anticipation of this Con-
ference, the President last
fall called a Planning Ses-
sion to explore the widest
possible range of ideas.
Some 300 scholars and prac-
titioners in the areas of civil
rights, labor, business, educa-
tion, religion and social wel- 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
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set of recommendations B21-1761 635-0736 635-0736 238-2901
reflecting a rich varietyof
viewpoints and experiencein

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Justice;Voting and Citizenship
Participation; Health and

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and Education.
From the planning Sessioncame
many creative and innovative -
recommendations


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