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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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"IU"f'-,-"- ---- The rallying of forces Even militant was Charles

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;, James Meredith on Monday, NAACP's state director for

6'P brought together the big five Mississippi, who drew approv-

of civil rights at a meeting ing roars from the crowd by

'Tuesday night in Memphis, advocating meeting violence

25 miles north of Hernando. with violence. 4t

I The group includes Dr. "We're sick of words cried s ti.A..,
JI Martin Luther King of the Evers, whose brother Medgar r +

Southern Christian Leader- Evers, was killed by a

1 ship Conference, Floyd Mc- sniper's shot in the back in '' 1' IIr'
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Kissick, president of the Jackson three years ago. At

Congress of Racial Equality; the timeMedgar was the state f

I Stokely Carmichael, chair- NAACP director.

man of the student Nonviolent
"You can't go out and
Coordinating Committee; Roy
Wilkins, executive secretaryof get your gun," said Wilkins.
God forbid!"
the National Associationfor
the Advancement of Colored The dastardly" incident
Tuesday has shocked the nation -
People; and Whitney Young,
and words of
Kt director of the Urban League. brought
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uY condemnation on the would-be
Meredith was shot down
assassin from President John-
near Hermando, Miss., Tues-
son, the press and responsible
day afternoon on his march
from Memphis to Jackson. He leaders. It did not stop the MRS. MAMIE B. REESE MRS. LOUISE E. TAYLOR .
:: march. ,,,_ _
taken
: was to a hospital with .
1 : 75 shotgun pellets in his "We have made a national' WMM .M'.iI: i
;' : back and legs. call for people to come fromall Stltt. ,CM OjHH
+ over the U.S.," King saidf
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Aubrey James Norvell, a
"This is the time for a c
,: veteran of World War II, has great !.
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:" been arrested and is charged confrontation. The place|I M .
wrNw.r./YLY
< the issue is squarely before
; with attempted murder in the
.. of Meredithon the conscience of the nation." Women who occupy note- of Mrs. Louise E. Taylor, of

\ '. :k. ambush-shooting in wooded worthy leadership roles in Belle Glade, F.A.W.C. presi-
U.S. 51 a area
t J.r Gov. Paul Johnson in Jack- communities throughout Flori- dent, to attend the meeting.
Hernando. He
near was promp- son, urged "the people of da will on this city
Shirly Ann Powell Smith is a recent graduate of ly arrested after the shooting. Mississippi to ignore com- this weekend converge, for the 1966 The City Association of t

Bethune-Cookman College where she received the Accompanied by four civil pletely these exhibitionistsand session of the Florida Association Miami, under the able guidance

Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education. rights workers including an stay away from this march.". of Women'Clubs,Inc., of Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis, the

I ,She.is the wife of Charles E. Smith and the daughter of, Epsicopal staged the priest"march, Meredithhad against Meredith From his said,hospital"I shall bed return -,1''which will convene June H- president arrangements, Is for busy the witiufina sessions t..

,I Mr. and Mrs. Richard 1L Powell. fear" to test the racial atrnolthere and we shall arrive in 15. of the session Headquarters for the delegation

Mr. Smith is a graduate of Bethune-Cookman also. in his home state. Jackson." Highlight will be the Alcazar Hotel,
will be an address by Mrs.
She has sister Powell who is senior at Despite the rare joint ap- Boulevard. r '
a Janice a Norvell, 40, was chargedby Mamie B. Reese of Albany.Ga. 500 Biscayne
Tennessee AM University and a brother Richard whois pearance, speeches at the Mississippi authoritieswith ., president of the National Theme of the annual meeting -
packed mass meeting conflicted with is "Enhancing Our Heritage
a sophomore at Xavier University.Mrs. "assault and battery Association of Colored Wo- :
on strategy Rangingfrom intent kill and murder As An Integral Part of
to James
Smith will join the faculty of Oak Grove Ele- militant to moderate. men's Clubs, who has gra- "
Society.
Meredith. Our
mentary School, North Miami Beach, in September. ciously accepted the invitation


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and Mrs. A. T. Spaulding.
More than 200 people from
City Manager M. L. "become a hellhole."However, landlords have Various entertainment
Most no all over the country will attend -
Reese is seeking a tough ordinance officials said the plan was in building superintendents features have been arrangedfor
on the North Carolina Mu-
to force slum ownersto the winners and theiP"*
the making for weeks.
their The procedureis
property. tual's President's Club Convention -
clean up their property. Speaking to city commis- guests. These include a ban-
usually to allow one tenant for 1966 at Miami
Reese said, it should sioners at a Coconut Grove quet for whieh.J. W. Goodloe,
to live rent-free if he polices Beach, June 14-18 in the
'place some amount of responsibility town hall"meetinglasl week up the premises when he Hotel Seville. oy executive vice president and

upon owners or the Rev. Theodore Gibson gets off from work. The convention is the culmination secretary will, deliver the
manager for the cleanliness of charged that the city has fail- main speech; a boat cruise on
sales
of contest
their property and the activi-'ed to "make the owners take Reese said that under the a "_ Biscayne Bay; a "get ac-
ties of their tenants." care of their property. existing ordinance, it is a sponsored by the agency de- quainted party" 'given by Mr.
which offers the all- '
The proposal for the new "Let's start taking these "physical impossibility" to partment Miami ( and Mrs. W. A. Clement, CLU,

change came a week after city people to court." he said, cite violators who dump expense paid trip to vice president-field opera-
the coveted award.
officials were severely criti- "and let's stop dodging the trash in the streets and Beach as con- tions and a tea for the ladies
several this
cized for allowing the city to issue." (Continued on back page) vention For has been years held in con- by Mrs. A. T. Spaulding. ..J
North Carolina Mutual is
junction with the National In-
possibly the biggest Negro-
surance Association, whichis
owned business in the coun-
holding its amual meetingfor
try. The 68-year-old company
1966 in Durham. A large
had an incomo.of $19 million
i rd'' number of agents, managers,
last year and has insurancein
and other representatives '
force of more than $355 mil-
qualified for the trip some
lion and the assets are more
ranked high enough to en-
than $85 million.
able !heir wives or husbandsto rOn '
April 1, the company1"dedicated
win
accompany them as
its new $6 million
ners. They will be special DR. A. T. SPAULDINGthe 12-story home office buildingin
I I guests of President Durham

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Board Over Slow Desegregationtion

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During a meeting of the board was holding its re- by September 1966."

Broward County School Board gular bi-monthly meeting. Led by Ilroward County

Fort Lauderdale last Thurs- Most of the demonstratorswere NAACP Chairman, the Rev.

day, demonstrators picketed members of the local Samuel" George, NAACP officIals -

y in the rain and called for chapter of the NNACP. Priorto 'd the board that the

"immediate" School Board the meeting group issued protest iction was taken be-

compliance with new federal the following statement to the cause board failed to com-

esegregation rules. School Board ply wi'e! latest civil rightsguidel'

"We call upon you to pub-

Carrying signs which read, licly and solemnly take '.4.

"My Education Keeps Me in immediate and positive stepsto The aid that the county
Miami Beach Auditorium was filled to capacity Tuesday night when the largest
Ghettos," and "Segregation insure full compliance with could federal aid if itt
class ever to graduate from a Negro high school in Miami received their diplomas.
Defeats Education," about 20 the current lleaim. Educationand did no the standards sec
Principal Samuel 0. Cohen, Dr. Leonard Britton, Mrs. Clora Pearsall and Mrs. Arie pickets marched in front of the Welfare pep Ttment guide for ct mce with desegregation -

Gary presented diplomas to 435 graduates. Glamour photo. administration building where lines for volur ry desegra- elines.Uh1v. .



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The Class of 1946 of Dorsey High School and
,the class of 1956 of Northwestern High celebratedtheir
POWELL
AIDE HERE TO PROBE DISCRIMINATION IN
10 and 20 year reunions at the Lion's ClubNW
I 44th St. and 17th Ave. Saturday night. Class officers -

present were: Pres. Elsworth Deveaux, Vice
LABOR APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAMS
pres. Sam Gay, Treas._ Ethel .Hutchinson Peterson.
Music was supplied by Charles Austin's orchestra
Jfhe National Labor Rela- tinuous statements by national vestigation of national scope and substantive aspects of the
tions Board, Rep. Adam C. labor leaders." may well be the result," the National Labor Relations Alfreda Cooper won the free trip toNassau and Alfrieda
Powell (D. N.Y.) chairman, A number of these com- chairman said. Board, their field operationsand Gray was awarded a $500 scholarship by the classes
has just sent one of its coun- plaints have already reachedthe Mr. Schwartz will also look their relations with the jointly for outstanding scholastic ability. The scholar
sels to Miami to investigate newly formed Equal Em- into some of the procedural Washington office. ship was awarded May 16 at Northwestern High School.
complaints of discriminationin ployment Opportunity Commis-
labor from the Greater sion from the Greater Miami
Miami area. area. Many other similar
The House Report accom- complaints have come directly -
panying the Equal Employment to my office in Washington,
Opportunity Act of 1966 stated, Powell said.Assistant. 10
"discrimination by labor organizations Chief Counsel ..
particularly cer- Michael Schwartz is in Miamito .
tain construction unions, with "investigate the various ..a7:. ''
respect to membership and apprenticeship training programs ,
apprenticeship training is in the area.If the situa-
wide spread. Segregated locals tion proves to be critical, a N
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 10, 1966 3


I Miami's Economy Prospers But Negroes Share Is Small, 'I


Mr. Dan Sladden- of EOPI stitute more than one-ninth of system of voting is deprivingthe shalt love thy neighbor as
Rciliz Plight of Ntgro said that hopeless, helpless, Dade County's population, yet Negro from representationin as thyself." Everybody gives
I ghetto-type living and unemployment they do not have one represen- ''Tallahassee: lip service to equal opportunity -
or underemploymentcombine tative in the State Legislaturehe Mr. Brake said that white he said until Negro demands I
or Secitl Ptace is Lost to create the Watts of said deploring the fac t habits of prejudice can be collide with the whiteman' -
our country. "We have these that our present county-wide changed only by whites. "Thou s self-interest.

'"Unless we make the serves to widen the breach things in Miami," declaredMr. ,.'."... ,. .>> -. ,I
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plight of the Negro the cen- between civil rights leaders Sladden"and unfortunately 't.
tral concern. of all Americans and a large mass of Negroes our poverty-fighting program It
there will be no social peacein who quite rightly complainthat isn't allotted enough federal t
this country for generations legal equality is fine in money to hardly scratch
to come," T. Willard Fair theory, but it does not the surface. We have become (
executive secretary of Greater buy groceries for their fami very proud of the fact that the t
Miami Urban League told an lies." racial climate appears to be
all-white audience at the here in Miami a very congenial t
The People Speak" forum Mr. Fair pointed out that thing. But I don't believe we e
on Miami Beach. despite all the fuss and fury should glory or be satisfied"
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and equal rights legislation of admoni shed Mr. Sladden. 'In-
The forum topic was: "Is the past few years, the gap tegration or racial tolerancein Y e $$1 t1'r
there lesson for Miami in the ,
a between the whites and Negroes Miami is not the result of
Watts Dilemma?" Other has not changed much, changed hearts of business or L- T
panelists were Dan Sladden of if at all. The unemploymentrate political leaders. Our economyis I _
the Economic Opportunity of Negroes is still twice dependent on tourism. We
Program Inc. and Robert that of whites, and they earn must attract tourists. So we
Brake, Miami and
attorney about half as much. As a result -try to project nationally an
Democratic candidate for the of the unrealized ex- image of racial harmony."
State Legislature."The pectancy for improvement, Mr. Sladden concluded that in t p

Watts riot last sum- there is a piling uo of con- his belief, Miami has the ..1TrDr. :
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centrated dissatisfaction and of -
explosive ingredients a
mer revealed the flames of
Negro frustration and dramatized and explosive misery in the Watts. Royal W. Puryear and executive officers of the Florida Memorial College ,
a fundamental change in the Negro ghetto. Mr. Fair Robert Brake declared thatit Alumni are shown reviewing the Alumni plans for increased support of the college.
warned that the heavy con- is a psychological I truth that
Negro-white relations," said With the beginning of the fiscal the members
centration of deprived and the more an underprivilegedgets year of, the alunmi in their recent
change Fair, adding is clearly that the visible same, frustrated Negro youth in urban the more it wants. "The meeting formulated and revised many plans for fund raising and increasing the
though widely ignored right slum areas can only spell rising expectations producedby enrollment of the college. Rev. Robert J. Lovett, left, director of Alumni Activi-
here in Miami. It was a revolt trouble whether in smoggy civil rights legislationhave ties, President R. W. Puryear, Willie Fisher, national alumni president and JohnL.
nurtured by anger and hatred Los Angeles blustery Chicago triggered the Negroes' Jackson, executive secretary are encouraged by the increased interest in the
that Negroes in ghetto slums or sunny Mmni.1 hope for equality in fact rather
have long felt, but which than in theory. Negroes con- college expansion program. .,,._
they have always been obliged Replying to a question from
to hide and suppress behind the floor, Mr. Fair said that
a mask of sweet docility. -Miami must face up to a new
." kind of community action
directed toward Negro self-
Mr. Fair charged that the help the better use of politi-
most difficult fact for white cal system the expansion of '..! ,
Americans to understand is opportunities in education
that while Miami's economy employment, and housing, From all of .,,,,
has greatly prospered in the plus counseling services, job us
past decade, its Negro citi- placement summer guidance "
zens have shared but slightlyin home improvement
the economic benefits."In program programs, sanitation, recreation to all of "
fact," he said, "condi and many other areas. you. .
tions in the Negro communityhave lie declared that the Greater'
gotten relatively worse Miami Urban League has a
instead of better.This deterioration trained professional staff and
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during affluent years devotes its efforts toward thanks.
grateful
is giving rise to resentmentand these ends on a yearroundbasis. our

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H. E. SIC4SMUNO REEVES EiitorJ P Wll.'..- by Whitney )(. Toon Jr.

GARTH C. REEVES. MM*.* Editor By Booker T. Hayes

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE Ctr "*.* Executive Di rector Natkral UrbuLn fit

OSCAR V. WEAVER Ctrcvl-M A-!...-ti.l-.v M.... It appears that white Americans are not aware of

*..b.r .! the M...... N.wt >*. P..I....* Ass.ci.t..., the hostility and anger now possessed by their Negro America's deteriorating cities are a major national .
neighbors. Recent studies as to the friction existing coocera. Aging slums in the heart of our

SUBSCRIPTION' RATES between the races have indicated that most of our have become racial ghettos-decaying prisons cities
1 1i ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX. MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN M.OC kegs, dangerously fa
1f powder and
potential
1 Negro ghettos are victims of discrimination poverty. Yet this tragic
that has
the explosion stage due to the short fire cities
E.-H .. S->c...-i Class M tt->., A.,..., 9. 1927 .t *. P.,l near of lighted by the in- situation is neglected as plan larger-
for number
been years
burning a blocks cultural
a- Office et Mist FUrUW.* *.. -rt of Md I, Isis suffered. Acts such as the shooting developments-office centers, ron
have
justices we vention halls-to attempt to lore back the
"" Office. 4740 MW IS* A.... ,.... OX M>431"CREDO of James Meredith only tend to make matters worse. who have migrated to the suburbs. millions
Negroes throughout the country have hardened their
in these depressed ghetto
But areas
OF THE NEGRO PRESSTV attitudes toward their co-workers and incidents such which at
NEGRO PRESS Ulitkt. Awric CM k..t U.Jtfc the distrust and strained relations already most in need of massive transfusions of concrete and
....<-I .,.. reclel4 .tiMl ....*..... .(... it "- as this add to steel-the symbols of urban vitality and strength,
cr-Ia *. ..-*.y t.1..Jhss .l r.c*, cree" N color Iii, evident. these sections are to deteriorate
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..... Pr... atoi*.. *. *.!, ./.ry M* (. *. in Utiof thesit ing of Meredith lies not only in the individual having less their residents are to continue to be victims of

ere kt-rt .* Ut fMyaM ia k.U tock. pulled the trigger, but also in the extorted justice civic neglect, immediate action must be taken. The

system that has brought liberation to previous offenders trickle of antipoverty funds into the ghetto cannot

YE EDITOR'S IOTE BOOK making it open season on Negroes. The manner in change anything without more visible, tangible signs

which the shooting took place shows the disregard the of willingness to upgrade the ghetto and make it trulya

i J Ye Editor returned home oa Monday afternoon afternoon .. white public of Mississippi hold for the law. The fact part of the city. What better way than to locate

after a week in Washington as the guest of his:, that a policeman was on the scene did nothing deterand these huge new developments in ghetto areas whichare

niece, Edith and Charles Wars and brother Fred the perpetrator of such a vicious and cowardly attack. usually situated in the very centers of the cities?

I his wife Jessie. The officer is reported to have done nothing during the I recently convened a meeting of businessmen

This visit was made for the purpose witnessing I shooting. I don't know if this was because of shock and legislators from Harlem and we se t in motion i

the graduation of Us granddaughter Regina from Howard but this couldn't possibly be the case since officers plan for New York which can be an example to other

University. Also present were her mother Frances are taught to act on impulse.I cities. The proposal was simple that the planned
Chambers, aunt Clarice Littles sister Cl I I don't know if the same holds true for Mississip-
Jollhrette, brother Russ. They lived at the Washington World Trade Center, scheduled for construction in i
pi, but officers of our city are sworn to an oath of of
Hilton HoteL congested part of lower Manhattan, be placed in l Har
fice. In so doing they swear to protect the life and
On Monday Clarice and Russ went toPhiladelpb'see 1 L of lem. The World Trade Centers is a controversial of.
property of every citizen of the community at a lost
&> Uncle Joseph Cooper who had a heart attack. fice complex including two buildings designed to be
a their own lives, if this be t he case. It is reported that
He is recuperating. the tallest in the world.
tionfPow there had been a warning of an ambush at least five
Ye Editor breakfasted with brother Fred and wifeJessie There are several places in Harlem where the
minutes before the attack. With this information be-
then to the Charles Wars where he [
on lived
has during his visit. forehand, it seems inconceivable that theassassinwas Center could be built without relocation hardships and

sets During the afternoon Edith and Ye Editor visited I was able to fire more than one shot. It is my belief and the transportation to and from all parts of the
com;
that the will metropoli tan area is excellent. Moving the project to
the Garfield Terrace Home for Senior Citizens. Mrs. an investigation by Justice Department
inMiar Laura Mayes, director and Mr. Stuart Payne assistant show that all was not done to protect the life of Mr. would be a significant first step in the effective rehabilitation *

MiarT director. Will tell more about this institution in our r Meredith. When such disregard for human life is shownit of the community, eventually attracting
pan> next issue. makes accidental deaths of Negroes at the hands of other business additions.

OPPdi.- We meta very congenial friend of Edith, Mrs. white policemen take on a new significance. About 10,000 workers will be needed for the con

"ani.' Dorothy Johnson, who occupies: an apartment at the America offers its citizens many freedoms among struction of the Center, and Harlem's pool of under.

a tainresr center. She is an art teacher. them is the freedom of expression, but only as long as utilized manpower could be put to work, helping the

Tuesday evening, daughter Fran, Gina, Cleo and that freedom does not infringe on the rights of others. economy of the area. The proximity of such a large

a PI" Russ and friend Ronnie came and showered us with Some members of our society misinterpret these free- office complex would provide hope for school child-
widt happiness. This is architect he doms. They feel they their .
young man now an are own personal belongings.When ren and jobs for the many professional and clerical
calf graduated with honors. applied to another if that
especially someone isa
people in the neighborhood. Apart from the immediate
Wednesday was a day of rest for Ye Editor,enjoy- Negro these freedoms become nonexistant. People
upgrading of the ghetto, it would bring an influx of
_..television. who think and act along these lines are guilty of non-
Ftab Thursday, Gina and Fran attended a banquet of conformity. They have failed to keep abreast of the about 80,000 workers into Harlem daily-people who

the School of Engineering and Architecture.Fran changes that have taken place. They have set them- never see the ghetto now unless they happen to lookout
and Clarice of the windows of their commuter trains. It is imperative >
attended the College of Phar selves apart as judge and jury, and whatever verdict
'
macy.Thursday they render is considered justice. that there be an interchange of people between

Ye Editor and Cleo enjoyed the day at When these people are adjudged insane, most the ghetto and the rest of the city. Only in this

Gettysburg as the guests of the Wars. Naturally we Negroes become infuriated, but when we consider the way can the false stereotypes which exist in thepeople's
took the tour. Cleo was busy with her and will b
have camera sid ffects of such an act, we realize that throughhis minds can be broken down, to be replaced ;)
probably to get another scrapbook.
Russ was unable to go with us as he was busy insanity, the culprit has given a boost to the Ne- common understanding and a diversity of experience

) attending the White House Conference as the official cause. Legislation is now pending that would make which can only enrich those who take part.In .

Do' representative of the Miami Times. attacks on civil rights workers a federal crime. With addition force
to this integration of the work ,
yovof' Friday. This is graduation day. factual proof such as this before Mr. Congressman, it we could to
expect integrated
; housing developments
are This morning Russ, Cleo and Ye Editor spent almost insures passage. Legislators realize this is a
come into the central
.auv quite some time at the Smithsonian Institution of History must if civil strife in America is to be avoided. Civil neighborhood, since Harlem's

cot and Technology, then joined Clarice and Fran for disorder among Americans at this time will make location would be an added inducement to those who

'an< luncheon. America more vulnerable to its enemies, and intelli- prefer to live near where they work. This large influx

'oft, At 5:30 p.*. we were on the grounds of the Uni- gent Americans are conciouss of this.It of workers would also serve to improve public

prep .jrersity where 9,500 people are gathered to witness is my opinion that Mr. Meredith has more than services, now so sadly neglected in the ghetto. Police

: the largest class in this institution's history, 1.041, repaid the taxpayers of our country for their money sanitation, and other public agencies would be forced

to receive their diplomas. The procession was a spectacular spent in assurance of his admittance and attendance at to improve their service once the powerless people of

drear sight. the University of Mississippi. He can rest assured that the ghetto were joined by workers from all parts of

[ The speaker was the Hon. James M. Nabrit. Jr., the original intent has been magnified. His courage in the city.

Deputy United States Representative to the United carrying out his planned march despite the fear he had Perhaps as important as the economic effects

Nations. He delivered an inspiring address and re- already professed should give other Negro Mississip- of such a project is the tangible evidence it would

ceived merited applause.Here pians and Americans that extra boost considered ne- give to the ghetto that past neglect is at an end, that
are just two quotes."I cessary to make them active. the
tragic isolation of the comrauaity will be remedied
cant believe we can put a man on the moon, ; and that the
the future of the ghetto is now
but cant put Negroes in good housing in some sec- downward
tions." spiral into despair, but the excitibg rro9'
peat of uplift and rehabilitation which ill tie it to

"I reject black Nationalism, but refuse to apologize REPUBLICANS TO FIGHT IN NOYEMBERFlorida's the rest of the city. It could be concrete evidence of
for it, noting that the white man has his Klans- the
man. Why cannot we be permitted to have our share of Republicans are really preparing for concern for Harlem's problems, and a moral-
lunatic fringe." November's political battle and their plans are rather building source of pride for the people in the ghetto.

ambitious. They will seek the Governor's seat, the Urban America has erected Berlin Walls around
Now is not the time to turn our backs on America, attorney generaltreasurer its
seven ghettos effectively
congressional which
seats, enforcing a segregation
especially when actual integration appears on the of the
86 165 legislative seats, school board officials from
-horizon.On. separates the white and Negro communities
eta Republican candidate for
.. governor Claude Kirk meaningful contact. created condi
In so doing it has
Saturday, Clarice returned to Miami. would certainly be happy to have Florida go Republi- tins which
themselves
endanger the future of cities
Following luncheon, we enjoyed watching Cleo can-while this idea may be possible Ye Editor does They
, ...\ swimming in the hotel's pool, and she can really swim. not see it as being probable. He believes Florida will cannot long endure if they tolerate deterioratingpockets in

.. f Fran and Cleo returned home on Sunday. remain Democratic. Democrats in this state are of despair, neglected islands of misery
not
\ .: I" going to pass the reins of government over to the their midst. Location of public and private projects on
Ye Editor with Edith at the St. Paul's Republicans -
worshipped on a platter. a massive scale out
way
o They will fight as hard in ghetto areas points to a
Episcopal Church, Rock Creek Parish, Rev. E. Pink- or of
..0 harder than they did in the recent primary election. this dilemma..The time is at hand for cities to de-
'
ney Wroth, Jr. rector. Rock Creek Church is the oldest cide to
confines of whether their ghettos are to be contributors
i and only colonial church within the present the
the District of Columbia. This church came into ex- general good or perpetual cancers eating away

- :: \ L-lance in 1712. The first edifice erected in 1719 was at the health of the community. _

.. rebuilt In 1775, remodelled in 1868 and restored in ,.--

.... 1922. I laughter The bald-headed gentleman. .
.0.- Monday: Fred calls and said goodbye, while with the flashy lashes.arrested
.. Jessie and me take to the airport. Thus ends a vet y A Hack man ben* Bloodbcund. -

; pleasant week. Lthat taint'by for being a red .. ,he\\o .
yOU
.omedtine
Arriving at 2:45 Garth, Garth Jr. and Jeffry were t "OSKAR'. And how. much milk do yoII

waiting for me. I Alma, hip fashion South drink day Johnny-a fifth.Missl"? '.'

..,' Gina is ay first granddaughter to choose a pro- ern bred, akirt blowing,catastrophic Gal with a figureaajppi .

:1, fp-g-fio-1. Ye Editor is pleased that she decided to uninvited, twotininscreacd bosp talit-aoora-fello.QodfrJcabrida.

r follow in her father's footsteps making it pharmacy. 'm anzvta DRUG "- : in heaven . colorful a'Hifh
Two nips of Duttcrcop mart!. .Cat on
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ATLANTIC SOCIAL May Night Festival At

r CLUB ANNUAL ..

r DANCE JUNE 17 CoatorviSla KindergartenMay


The, Atlantic :Sbcjal Clubis
Night Festival was The sovereign were serenaded
M having its annual dance on entire of
highlighted with the crowningof by the court
Mr. A. C. Brown of N. Y. C. is vacationing here as ,. Friday, June 17, at Bayfront Mr. and Miss Center villa on Centervilla. The tots dancedto

houseguest of ,Leroy and Bunch Brown., i Park AuditoriumCaribbeanRoom. May 13. Janet Reddickdaugh. th9. strains of Hungarian,
'
a. The Atlantic Social. ter of Mr. and Mrs. ,Felman Russian"and''American music.
Club
Congratulations to Ann leman-a fitting tributeto Reddick was crowned Miss The thrill of the evening
Fesfa is a member of the One Thou-
was dance done to
a gTT&tive;
a grand lady. Sunday the Miami Housing Centervilla. Lola Capers was ;
Authority sand Club. Every year this the & "Amen", directedby
, dedicated a 144-unit complex in her name, Annie M. club makes a substantial gift the runne-up. Robert N. Pry- 'M's/Betty Beasley, and
cale mus, H, son of Mr. ,and Mrs.
Coleman Gardens, 2501 NW 56th Terrace. to the Variety Children's Robert prymus,Jr.was crown- the'plaiting of the Maypole,by
Hospital and to other chari- ed Mr. Centervilla. The the fou.and five year olds.
runner -
0110JOS Away last week in Washington, D. C., Cleo Jolli- ties. This we take a pleasurein up was Richard Famell., Mrs1*' Dorothy Cooper, reporter
vette, Fran Chambers, Clarice Littles, and The Chiefmy doing and are very grate-
to all out friends who
( dad) were attending the graduation of Clarice Re- good
Mrs. Gertrude Perkins, a have helped us to make it
'ore gina Joilivette from Howard University's of
College
member of the Sweetheart of possible. You can't afford to
IIIdth. Pharmacy. Roses Civic Club will be the miss this dance of the year. SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR l ,V "

: guest soloist of the 58th This club is known to have SPECIAL"l t
..11Iocl JUNE I S WEDDING MONTH Convention of the Federationof some of the best dances with

Women's Club, which will good music furnished by Billy Cleaned & Oiled tllf
; Juanita Hall and Willie H. Green were married be hero'on the 12th of June Rolle and his orchestra and Tensions'' '

'be10t i Saturday in St. John Baptist Church. The bride is the at the Bayfront Park auditorium also a floor show. Come see Adjust

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hall, 1530 NW 52ndSt. 499 Biscayne Boulevard, and hear and have a swinging 'Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150

ills The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter at 3:30 PM. time. Tickets can be ob- *Check all Wiring

:uy Grant, 3265 NW 53rd Street. the tained club from: the members of *1 Year GuaranteeAll


ate ,j Irvena Julie) Glover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MUSOLITESThe Monroe Jackson, president; Makes & Models
cb
Samuel Bryant, vice presi-
R. H. Prymus, began flying as stewardess last week dent William CALL 634-6242 OR 633-6256
'S? Musolites held their ; Jolly, treasurer;
; for United Airlines.Julie is a graduate of NorthwesternHigh
Francis Delancy, financial
regular meeting at the beautiful -
''en'II j and Trenton (N.J.) State College. Congratulations. Hampton House, May 29, secretary; David Riles,recording -

r, with the president, Mrs. Mar- secretary; Willie Moorman,
'n 10 : =:
per Mr. and Mrs. Dyke I Long and Mrs. Mary Eddingswere guerite Miller, presiding.! Plans business manager; Daniel 'unL.rd lOUHIIUh4"

'edr8 among those attending the commencement activities were discussed for a summer Robinson, Asst. manager; Ian

I of St. Augustine College, Raleigh, N. C. Law- outing and other vital busi- Johnnie Moseley, public rela-

are rence Long, son and nephew received his B.S. degree.I ness was transacted. tions; Frank Slappy, chair MADE
man of entertainment committe -
After the me edna adjournedwe
; J. W. Brown, entertainment INFLOR
of.be : WANTED: FOSTER HOMES were escorted by the hos- committee, ; L. C.- Jackson, en- 'DA ........
; The local office of Florida State Department of tesses, Mattie Newton, Hattie tainment committee; Herbert

he I' Public Welfare desperately wants offers from good Aaron, Willie Mae Wright and Rolle, treasurer of chanty
/ Marie Randolph, to the dining fund, Harold Pcrtms,
over-
nd : foster parents to take an abandoned, abused or neg-
room where a delicious din- seer; Jack Monroe, chaplain;
lected child temporarily into their home. Foster family
theo n :i applicants can call Miss Janet Vetter at the State ner was served. ;Mose Tarber, Leon Kmsler, potato

!'?''t: Welfare Department, 3773751. The menu consisted of fruit ]Henry Collier, Willie Wells, ISL. cJilf*
cocktail, tossed salad, golden ;founder.

brown fried chicken string Helping us you are helping THE FINKT POTATO CHIPJ MADE
'
ng ; Get well wishes to Comrade James Hall who' is
beans, candied yams, hot the community in general.
: I I recuperating at North Shore Hospital after surgery,
II rolls. Dessert: apple pie and June 17
Qo Bert Cooper, who broke a leg in a freak accident, Min-
orange sherbert.
ere : nie Sellers at home, 1429 NW 68th Street, Vera Wyche The president was delighted Fine Potato Chip Co.

he ,, '!, at home now after a stay at Baptist, and Mrs. Louise to have an enjoyable meet- JOLLY FRIENDSThe .

ge ;I''r tf Riley at Jackson. ing with all but one member
Jolly Friends Social
' (Mrs. Ollie Williams) present.
'doa1 p'' It's birthday time for: Elizabeth Pittman, Evelyn Those attending were Hattie and Civic Club will Safronia meet at 3341 N.W. 65 St.
the home of Mrs.
, 'r, Davis and Cassye Edwards, June 9; Mary Williams and Aaron, Thelma Aranha, Sadie
Ie 'tt Kenon, 900 NW 76th Street on
of .., Ronald Richardson,June 10; Bessie Johnson, June 11; Beckham, Geneva Henry, Saturday night, June 18. All
Wilson Bernice Hall Garland and Ernest Louvenia Knox, Dorothy Mo
Vera Betty members are cordially invitedto .
hoI tine Seymore, June 12; Jennifer DeVeaux, Barbara Keller, Marguerite Miller, attend at 8 00. Miami, Fla. OX 10231

) t Wooten and Nataline Green, June 14; Carmen Williams, Mattie Newton, Jonelle Rack- Mrs. Mae Woods, acting pre ", "I Li ,
kard, Marie Randolph, Helen i" ,
liD'eo June 15. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! sident. h
:), Steward, Ama West, Leatha T. ..

is Hazel Wright was installed as vice president of Williams, Geneva Wilson, .
I "
Willie Mae Wright. Each Y' 1 '
one "
'. 1 4I
mt
1e the Dade County School Librarians Association at the I

by flJ;; annual luncheon held last Saturday at the Miami evening.expressed Next having meeting a wonderful will be :(< FOR
ce t ; Springs Villas. held July 31. I I .. -
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'
I Mrs. Marguerite Miller is I

e ,. '\ A silver plate of appreciation was given to Dana president and Marie Randolphis 8ONPEBatRENTAL
' I Dorsey Chapman by the Charles Drew faculty and stu- reporter. ,
0J1 dent body. Mrs. Chapman has made many outstanding I r

contributions to the program at Drew through lecture s O ?

1.10 ,v about our Negro heritage and other services. NOTICETo : f

Whom It May Concern: ( .
C MRS members entertained friends at the home of

e Mrs. James Hart on Saturday evening before going their This is to certify that the ''

,d separate ways for the summer-studying, working and preaching licenses of Bro. AGENCY INC. "
Ulysses Ware, has been revoked '
Jf :l", relaxing. by us in our regular ,: ,
J I
business meeting, June 2,
'1 John Lee is home again after a quick trip to ournation's 1966. He is no longer a li- ,< THE' LARGEST: COLLECTION, AND, l RENTAL: ,: t
ifs j1 capitol where he attended the graduation of censed I :
minister. The
{ rea-
5d ;; of his brother from Howard University. hisI I ; 'OPERATINGIH'' t
of :
5.t '!i I sons are negligence /AGENCY( IN THE, ,SOUTH/ f : \

. i j.ij. Congratulations to all retiring teachers after many duty and disregard for the HON' L;,L. BROOKS ,;!
the '
proper authority, namely =
,t; years of devoted service. Among these retiring are: St. Luke Missionary Baptist ,. >. *,'PRESIDENT' &ADE:'AND, BROWARD COUNTIES.. ;; :

I' Alice Hall, Hazel Davis, Naomi Espy and Elaine Church. Done by orders of the I' ", Ir/"; )\"Ji.jff. "7. (\!&:!'i.j. ,"'Ii '

\, Adderly. church, June 2, 1966 with a i j'!, ''i' : GEORGE:.P., .HARTH. ,;,GENERAL. MANAGER 'i' I ::1f.t.\I.1:; t; ,. ;li: .
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j : ;'jI ;tJ'
tr unanimous vote.Respectfully. 'it' ',"'; ,
(0 I \ '
11.'
f Congratulations to Miss Karen for Edwardsdaughter submitted, :! N !M;ft 1., i)* ,;MANAGING AND : \, 4'i G '.MORE; THAN ,:;t iil:' +('I'' r (, ,:f fWj
: of Dr. and Mrs. Albert T. Edwards, receiving highest The St. Luke Missionary I i' t \
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.l l ,
:
,i honors at the completion of her freshman year at Baptist Church, 1!!, ?..t : 'HOUSIH'G.liNI; T's : .; ,"; ,}
MfN't
Notre Dame Academy. Karen won a medal for havingthe f Ii' I
1790 NW 55th Street '
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1 highest freshman average in mathematics. Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor 1I ,. 'r '\ : :, Bonded also'fios',employment(; seryice 'at :main, office. \ I,'
,
.
., '
Christine Sutton, church ; I
1 Thelma Hart Phillips is attending summer schoolat clerk 4150 N.Wt .7th, Avenue Cj.s'I! ,' > t
Indiana University. June 24 t: ,'" :r N..h. e. {Y ;.a.I
A full tint public rt lotion i .deportment to ,assist you., in solving your problems I "I t

, Congratulations and best wishes to Richard Tho- the Plus a fleet of con giving door to door'twice for tenants'convenience' .I"t'

I mas and Patricia Smith who were married last Sunday. ] 0\1\ 'On night and Sundays for .-emergency. service call PL; 9.8733'Ii J, r: :

,
Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta \\Cf ""'/" ?' MAIN OFFICE, "'l 4" : '"

Sorority will host its annual Debutante Cotillion on ; : N.W '7th Avenue 9-8733" :: :
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PL : .
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; 44150 : .., .
Saturday, June .11 in ,the Miami Beach Auditorium. b IJ '" "J do 'J o/" .... "', "
I Vandalism. ;" ,don by a few l. .xp.nclve to'alt. 'PUota h.tp'vt step"thlr imn.'c.($My.ylf. 1
C.A Ltfckhart, Public Rotations Director '::1)M." *;>4%
Miamians graduating from Hampton Institute were : ". ,: j't( J( ;

Joyce Johnson and Iva Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred SKIN DISEASES .,1\ .

Johnson, parents of Joyce, attended the ceremoniesThe of I.':...:.,..,. ''"",..,',,",,," I, ,I,I')" .9 CONVENIENT" LOCATIONS TO SERVE-, ,YOU.; 1/,/..I.,... >.L'. ,..'.
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.JI. engagement of Betty Johnson and James Jones A new and approach medication to treatment t I. :'r/: :;,}; : 17325 Ilosesteod'A.e.. / ., 1163 N.w3r1'Ave.' ; FR 3-8416\

wedding is planned. .c PerrJnePempano. "' CE ,,5-3553 1675 N.W/62nd St. "'I OX 6-2467
JJ. has been announced. A summer based on specializedblood ., '
j I 1019H..a.; '
:f-; .UI'J., d''I' Giond'AHl 5-1311
. and laboratory : j" ,., .,. WE/ ;,33235'4WO' !
( ,', t < ; H.L,27th: Ave,'. NE W466
Also
u Among Miamians attending commencement exer- ttiij. general prac- tf; ;', ;"I r r;' 14255 P4.W..., 22n, Uve., .. ; ; '
,., cises at Bethune-Cookman on the Memorial Day week- tice. :.4 Opa-t titko'" '., : MU ,8-0617:: "I

end Arlington Sands Sr. who witnessed the ,', ffi
Mrs. f
roY graduation were of Arlington, Jr. Rev. and Mrs. George DR. H. HAAG ,, .tI" :\ .512 HX::1st'Art., :, HollafldoU I ;,VA, 7-2434 ,11\',' .. 'i .

her degree and Mrs. 1-1234 i -Ml"1tWT'ti St., Ft.' Lauderdale, 'JA 4-3357. ,..lti: i :
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PL ,4',
Shirley get
, Wallace daughter ,
saw '. irL .r'
!!!::'ft j.t\O. t14.II: '1'AAoWr'; : tw7,,* N ;9W 1t1"ili "' '"
M. McCoy saw son Fred graduate.



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f *&4 &*jtoj H To Be Equal



Hi
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecutlveDirectOTNatbnat.
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes ,
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor Urban League I

OSCAR W. WEAVER,.Circulotion-Adv.rtising Manager It appears that white Americans are[ not aware of -

Member of tho National Newspapers Publishers Association the hostility and anger now possessed by their Negro America's deteriorating cities are a major
neighbors.. Recent studies as to the friction existing tional concern. Aging slums in the heart of our
,SUBSCRIPTION RATES that most of our cities
indicated
between the races have have become racial ghettos-decaying prisons
ONE YEAR $5.00SIX. MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 kegs, dangerouslynear for
a i Negro ghettos are potential powder victims of discrimination and poverty. Yet this tragic
the explosion stage due to the short fire that has is neglected as cities plan
Ent..d as Second Class Mott.r, August 9, 1927 at tho Post number of lighted by the in- situation large>scae]
been burning for a years blocks cultural
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of Morch 8, 1876 such as the shootingof developments-office centers, con-
suffered. Acts
have
justices we vention halls-to attempt to lure back the
Office fit 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phon. OX 1-0421 James Meredith only tend to make matters; worse. who have migrated to the surburbs.But millions
Negroes throughout the country have hardened their
in these depressed ghetto
"CREDO Of THE NEGRO PRESS" attitudes toward their co-workers and incidents suchas areas which are
Th. NEGRO PRESS bollovos that America can best I.od this add to the distrust and strained relations already most in need of massive transfusions of concrete and
tho world from racial and notional antagonism when It oc- steel-the symbols of urban vitality and strength,
cords to ovory 'man regardless of race, cr..d or color his evident.In these sections are to deteriorate
y shoot- Unless further
I human and logal rights Hating no man, fcoring' no man-the actuality, the real responsibility for the un.
,' 'Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm bolUf that ing of Meredith lies not only in the individual having less their residents are to continue to be victims of

: oil men ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back. pulled the trigger, but also in the extorted justice civic neglect, immediate action must be taken. The

system that has brought liberation to previous offenders trickle of antipoverty funds into the ghetto cannot

YE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOKYe making it open season on Negroes. The manner in change anything without more visible, tangible signs

which the shooting took place shows the disregard the of willingness to upgrade the ghetto and make it trulya

: Editor returned home on Monday afternoon after- white public of Mississippi hold for the law. The fact part of the city. What better way than to locate

noon after a week in Washington as the guest of his that a policeman was on the scene did nothing deter these huge new developments in ghetto areas which

ii niece, Edith and Charles Wars and brother Fred and the perpetrator of such a vicious and cowardly attack. are usually situated in the very centers of the cities

his wife Jessie. The officer is reported to have done nothing during the I recently convened a meeting of businessmen

This visit was made for the purpose of witnessing shooting. I don't know if this was because of shock and legislators from Harlem and we se t in motion a

--' the graduation of his granddaughter Regina from Ho- but this couldn't possibly be the case since officersare plan for New York which can be an example to other
ward University. Also present were her mother Fran- taught to act on impulse.
cities. The proposal was simple-that the planned
ces Chambers! aunt Clarice Littles, sister Cleo I don't know if the same holds true for Mississippi -
Jollivette, brother Russ. They lived at the Washington World Trade Center, scheduled for construction in a
oath of of-
but officers of our city are sworn to an
Hilton Hotel. congested part of lower Manhattan, be placed in Har.
fice. In so doing they swear to protect the life and
On Monday Clarice and Russ went to Philadelphia lem. The World Trade Centers is a controversial of-
property of citizen of the community at a lost of
'tto see Uncle Joseph Cooper who had a heart attack. every fice complex including two buildings designed to be
He is their own lives, if this be t he case. It is reported that
recuperating.Ye
the tallest in the world.
tionf there had been a warning of an ambush at least five
Pow Editor breakfasted with brother Fred and wife There are several places. in Harlem where the
be-
minutes before the attack. With this information
Jessie then to the Charles
on Wars where he lived
has could be built without relocation
Center hardships and
during his visit. forehand, it seems inconceivable that the assassin was

com sets{ During the afternoon Edith and Ye Editor visited was able to fire more than one shot. It is my belief and the transportation to and from all parts of the

in the Garfield Terrace Home for Senior Citizens. Mrs. that an investigation by the Justice Department will metropoli tan area is excellent. Moving the project to

Mianr Laura Mayes, director and Mr. Stuart Payne assistant show that all was not done to protect the life of Mr. would be a significant first step in the effective rehabilitation -

T director. Will tell more about this institution in our Meredith. When such disregard for human life is shownit of: the community, eventually attracting
panyOppr next issue. makes accidental deaths of Negroes at the hands of other business additions.

We met a very congenial friend of Edith, Mrs. white policemen take on a new significance. About 10,000 workers will be needed for the con

ganl dif Dorothy Johnson, who occupies an apartment at the America offers its citizens many freedoms, among struction of the Center, and Harlem's pool of underutilized .

lain center. She is an art teacher. them is the freedom of expression, but only as long as manpower could be put to work, helping the

resp Tuesday evening, daughter Fran, Gina, Cleo and that freedom does not infringe on the rights of others. economy of the area. The proximity of such a large

appr, Russ and friend Ronnie came and showered us with Some members of our society misinterpret these free- office complex would provide hope for school children
wide happiness. This young man is now an architect, he doms. They fee they are their own personal belongings.When .
and for the and clerical
jobs professional
cals graduated with honors. to another if many
that
applied
especially someone isa
from the immediate
in the
people neighborhood. Apart
Wednesday was a day of rest for Ye Editor, enjoy Negro these freedoms become nonexistant. People
..,television. upgrading of the ghetto, it would bring an influx of
who think and these
act along lines are guilty of nonconformity. -
F.r Thursday, Gina and Fran attended a banquet of They have failed to keep abreast of the about 80,000 workers into Harlem daily-people who

the School of: Engineering and Architecture.Fran changes that have taken place. They have set them- never see the ghetto now unless they happen to lookout
and Clarice of the windows of their trains. It is imperative
attended the .College of Phar- selves apart as judge and jury, and whatever verdict commuter
macy. they render is considered justice. that there be an interchange.of people be-

Thursday, Ye Editor and Cleo enjoyed the day at When these people are adjudged insane, most tween the ghetto and the rest of the city. Only in this
Gettysburg as the guests of the Wars. Naturally we the which exist in thepeople's
Negroes become infuriated, but when we consider the way can false stereotypes
took the tour. Cleo was busy with her camera and will
by
probably have to get another scrapbook. side-effects; of such an act, we realize that throuph minds can be broken down, to be replaced

Kuss was unable. to go with. us as he was busy his insanity, the culprit has given a boost to the Ne- common understanding and a diversity of experience
abl- attending the White House Conference as the official cause. Legislation is now pending that would make which can only enrich those who take part.In .
Dej representative of the Miami Times. attacks on civil rights workers a federal crime. With
addition to this of the work force,
you integration
or Friday. This is graduation day. factual proof such as this before Mr. Congressman, it we could to
are This morning Russ, 'Cleo and Ye Editor spent almost insures passage. Legislators realize this is a expect integrated housing developments
,aut quite some time at the Smithsonian Institution of His- must if civil strife in America is to be avoided. Civil come into the neighborhood, since Harlem's central

conan tory and Technology, then joined. Clarice 'and Fran for disorder among Americans at this time will make location would be an added inducement to those who

; luncheon. America more vulnerable to its enemies, and intelli- prefer to live near where they work. This large influx

off At 5:30 p.m. we were on the grounds of the Uni- gent Americans are conciouss of this.It of workers would also serve to improve public

pro .yersity where 9,500 people are gathered to witness is my opinion that Mr. Meredith has more than services, now so sadly neglected in the ghetto. Police

p ssnt the largest class in this institution's history, 1,041, repaid the taxpayers of our country for their money sanitation, and other public agencies would be forced

to receive their diplomas. The procession was a spectacular spent in assurance of his admittance and attendance at to improve their service once the powerless people of

sight. the University of Mississippi. He can rest assured that the ghetto were joined by workers from all parts of

[ The speaker was the Hon. James M. Nabrit. Jr., the original intent has been magnified. His courage in the city.

Deputy United States Representative to the United carrying out his planned march despite the fear he had Perhaps as important as the economic effectsof

Nations. He delivered an inspiring address and received already professed should give other Negro Mississip- such a project is the tangible evidence it would

merited applause.Here pians and Americans that extra boost considered ne- give to the ghetto that past neglect is at an end, that
are just two quotes. cessary to make them active.
the
tragic isolation of the coml'l1unity"till be remedied
"I can't believe we can put a man on the moon, the
; and that the future of the gJ 1.etto is now
but can't put Negroes in good housing in some sec- .
tions." downward spiral into despair, but the excitibg Pronpect
of uplift and rehabilitation which ill tie it to
"I reject black Nationalism, but refuse to apolo- REPUBLICANS TO FIGHT IN NOVEMBERFlorida's the rest of the evidence of
city. It could be concrete
gize for it, noting that the white man has his Klans-
man. Why cannot we be permitted to have our share of Republicans are really preparing for the concern for Harlem's problems, and a moral-
lunatic fringe." November's political battle and their plans are rather building source of pride for the people in the ghetto.
ambitious. They will seek the Governor's Urban America has Walls aroundits
seat the erected Berlin
Now is the time backs ,
not to turn our on America,
attorney general,treasurer, seven ghettos effective!?
congressional which
seats enforcing
&:lwa especially when actual integration appears on the 86 of the 165 legislative seats, school board officials'etc. a segregation from
"horizon. separates "the white and Negro communities

On Saturday, Clarice returned to Miami. would Republican certainly be candidate happy to for have governor Florida, Claude Kirk meaningful contact. In so doing it has created conditions

Following luncheon, we enjoyed watching Cleo can-while this idea may be possible, Ye go Editor Republi-does which endanger the future of cities themselves.

4'k swimming in the hotel's pool, and she can really swim. not see it as being probable. He believes Florida will They cannot long endure if they tolerate deteriorating
: J Fran and Cleo returned home on Sunday. remain Democratic. Democrats in this state pockets of despair, neglected islands of misery In

.: k going to pass the reins of government are not their midst. Location of public and private projects on
over to the
Ye Editor with Edith worshipped at the St. Paul's Republicans -
on a platter. They will fight a massive scale in ghetto to a way out
areas points
as hard
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Episcopal! church, Rock Creek Parish, Rev. E. Pink- harder than they did in the recent or of this dilemma.The cities to decide -
: ney:-Wroth, Jr. rector. Rock Creek Church is the oldest primary election. time is at hand for to
t and only colonial church within the present confines of whether their ghettos are to be contributors

i the District of Columbia. This church came into ex- the general good or perpetual cancers eating away

.t L-.tance in 1712.The first edifice erected in 1719,was at the health of the community. -

rebuilt in 1775, remodelled in 1868 and restored in

1922. laughter The bald-headed gentleman. .
Monday: Fred calls and said goodbye, while with the flashy .lashes arrested'
Jessie and me take to the airport. Thus ends a very black man being
A
Blood'hound
f ') pleasant week.Arriving that! 'aill'by for being a red chew ,

( at 2:45, Garth, Garth Jr. and Jeffry. were "_ "OSKAR"- something much milk yOU do You
waiting for me. And how fifth? .,'
Alma Johnny-a
high fashion South- drink day
.a ..Missl"aaippi
Gina is my first granddaughter to choose a pro.fession. .ern bred, skirt blowing,catas Gal with a f1LWeO goon
Ye Editor is pleased that she decided to I trophic, uninvited, two-timing hospitality-Boom-JodfrY
follow in her father's footsteps making it pharmacy. rr "art "r""tT. DRUG 1 woman-crested in heaven . .Colorful fellow-a Hid
Two cups of Buttercup snuff, Cambridge .cat on
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II'\', I ATLANTIC SOCIAL May' Night Festival At

,. CLUB ANNUAL ..

DANCE JUNE 17 Centervilla Kindergarten '


The Atlantic Sbcjal Clubis
.,rJ May Night Festival was The sovereign were serenaded -
having its annual dance
on highlighted with the crowning by the entire court of
I Mr. A. C.Brown of N. Y.C. is vacationing here as Friday, June 17, at Bayfront of Mr. and Miss Centervilla on Centervilla. The tots danced

houseguest of Leroy and Bunch Brown., Park AuditoriumCaribbeanRoom. : May 13. Janet Roddick,daughter to the strains" of Hungarian,
'The Atlantic Social of Mr. and Mrs. ,Felman Rusai 1\ &n 'American music.
Club
Congratulations to Ann Cbleman-a fitting tributeto is a member of the.One'Thou Reddick was crowned Miss The thrill of the eveningwas

a grand lady. Sunday, the Miami Housing Authority sand Club. Every'year this the Centervilla. Lola Capers was the 'tun ttrptive(;""Amen"dance, directedby done to
dedicated a 144-unit complex in her name, Annie M. club makes a substantial giftto runner-up. Robert N. Pry- "Mrs. and
mus, n, son of Mr.,and Mrs. Betty Beasley,
Coleman Gardens, 2501 NW 56th Terrace. the Variety Children's Robert prymus,Jr.was crown- the'plaiting of the Maypole' by
Hospital and to other chari-
ed the four-and five olds.
Mr. Centervilla. The run year
Away last week in Washington, D. C., Cleo Jolli- ties. This we take a pleasure ner up was Richard Famell., MrsV Dorothy Cooper reporter
vette, Fran Chambers, Clarice Littles, and The Chief in doing and are very grateto -
----- all friends who
out good
( dad were attending the graduation of Clarice Regina
my ) Mrs Gertrude Perkins, a have helped us to make it
i Jollivette from Howard University's College of member of the Sweetheart of possible. You can't afford to

Pharmacy. Roses Civic Club will be the miss this dance of the year. SEWING MACHINE, ..a"REPAIR' '"
guest soloist of the 58th This club is known to have
JUNE I S WEDDING MONTH Convention of the Federationof some of the best dances with SPECIAL" 1

Women' s Club, which will good music furnished by Billy Cleaned & Oiled "''.
Juanita Hall and Willie H. Green were married be here on the 12th of Juneat Rolle and his orchestra and *
Saturday in St. John Baptist Church. The bride is the the Bayfront Park auditorium also a floor show. Come see Adjust Tensions' 1 50

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hall, 1530 NW 52ndSt. 499 Biscayne Boulevard, and hear and have a swing Free Needle & Belt Total Cost

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter at 3:30 p.m. ing time. Tickets can be ob- Check all Wiring

Grant, 3265 NW 53rd Street. the tained club from: the members of *1 Year GuaranteeAll


P Irvena Julie) Glover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MUSOLITESThe Monroe Jackson, president; Makes & Models
Samuel
Bryant, vice presi-
R. H. Prymus, began flying as stewardess last week Musohtes held their dent; William Jolly, treasurer; CALL 634.6242 OR 633-6256
for United Airlines. Julie is a graduate of NorthwesternHigh
Francis Delancy, financial
regular meeting at the beautiful -
and Trenton (N.J.) State College. Congratulations. Hampton House, May 29, secretary; David Riles,recording -

with the president, Mrs. Mar- secretary; Willie Moorman,
Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Long and Mrs. Mary Eddingswere guerite Miller, presiding.Plans business manager; Daniel utlbJd '11 10 rrOUR/lU1 44 -I;

among those attending the commencement ac- were discussed for a summer Robinson, Asst. manager; 21"

tivities of St. Augustine College, Raleigh, N. C. Law- outing and other vital busi- Johnnie Moseley, public rela-
rence Long, son and nephew received his B.S. degree. ness was transacted. tions; Frank Slappy, chairman MADE
of entertainment commute
After the meeting adjournedwe
te; w. Brown, entertainment "M
WANTED FOSTER HOMES escorted the hos-
: were by
committee; L. C. Jackson, en- FLORIDATHE ."w..
; The local office of Florida State Department of tesses, Mattie Newton, Hattie tammcnt committee; Herbert

Public Welfare desperately wants offers from good Aaron, Willie Mae Wright and Rolle, treasurer of charity:
Marie Randolph, to the dining fund, Harold Pertins, over-
foster parents to take an abandoned, abused or neglected -
room where a delicious din-'seer; Jack Monroe, chaplain
I child temporarily into their home. Foster family ;
I applicants can call Miss Janet Vetter at the State ner was served. Mose Tarber, Leon Kinsler,
Welfare Department, 377-3751. The menu consisted of fruit Henry Collier, Willie Wells, ISL.
cocktail, tossed salad, golden founder.
I brown fried chicken, string Helping us you are helping
who FINEST POTATO CHIPS MADE
Get well wishes to Comrade James Hall is
beans, candied yams, hot the community in general.
recuperating at North Shore Hospital after surgery,
rolls. Dessert: apple pie and June 17
Bert Cooper, who broke a leg in a freak accident, Min- orange sherbert.

nie Sellers at home, 1429 NW 68th Street, Vera Wyche The president was delighted Fine Potato Chip Co.

at home now after a stay at Baptist, and Mrs. Louise to have an enjoyable meet- JOLLY FRIENDS

Riley at Jackson.It's ing with all but one member
t (Mrs. Ollie Williams) present. The Jolly Friends Social

birthday time for: Elizabeth Pittman, Evelyn Those attending were Hattie and Civic Club will meet at 3341 N.W. 65 St.
Safronia
the home of Mrs.
Davis and Cassye Edwards, June 9; Mary Williams and Aaron, Thelma Aranha, Sadie
Kenon, 900 NW 76th Street on 1
Ronald Richardson, June 10; Bessie Johnson, June 11; Beckham, Geneva Henry, Saturday night, June 18. All

: Vera Wilson, Bernice Hall, Betty Garland and Ernes- Louvenia Knox, Dorothy Mc- members are cordially invitedto .
tine Seymore, June 12; Jennifer DeVeaux, Barbara Keller, Marguerite Miller, attend at 8:00. Miami, Fla. OX 10231

Wooten and Nataline Green, June 14; Carmen Williams, Mattie Newton, Jonelle Rack-,' Mrs. Mae Woods. acting pre- ,. V 1 hY .
June 15. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! kard, Marie Randolph, Helen sident. .
Steward, Ama West, Leatha -

, Hazel Wright was installed as vice president ofI Williams, Geneva Wilson, Ii 1 I .I L". 1'1-._c 1'1 1.f(1i,. fi -,- '-,. J 1 a -" ,- 1
Willie Mae Wright. Each one "'f ,, : "') ,
the Dade School Librarians Association at the
County "
expressed having a wonderful '
annual luncheon held last Saturday at the Miami evening. Next meeting will be FORTHE, FINEST' I''- APARTMENTS AT"M D RATE'"RAr s' CALL 1 1M1

Springs Villas.A held July 31. -
I

Mrs. Marguerite Miller is ,
silver plate of appreciation was given to Dana president and Marie Randolphis BONDED .1 4tAL Q

Dorsey Chapman by the Charles Drew faculty and student reporter. r: W

I body. Mrs. Chapman has made many outstanding ,
: contributions to the program at Drew through lectures

about our Negro heritage and other services. NOTICETo :RENTAL

Whom It May Concern:
MRS members entertained friends at the home of
Mrs. James Hart on Saturday evening before going their This is to certify that the

separate ways for the summer-studying, working and preaching licenses of Bro. AGENCY INC.
relaxing. Ulysses Ware, has been re-
voked by us in our regular ,

business meeting, June 2,
John Lee is home again after a quick trip to our r t
1966. He is no longer a licensed 'THE LARGEST: COLLECTION 'AND RENTAL
nation's capitol where he attended the graduation of I minister. The rea- ," ,
of his brother from Howard University. sons are negligence of his ', : :
AGENCY: IN, THE :SOUTH;, .OPERATING 1 'IN :
i duty and disregard for the \ HON. L. L. '!
Congratulations to all retiring teachers after many ;proper authority, namely the J. BROOKS' ,' '. .4,

years of devoted service. Among these retiring are: ::St. Luke Missionary Baptist : PRESIDENT DADE"AND?,,BROWARD COUNTIES,, : ::r ri
.
Alice Hall, Hazel Davis, Naomi Espy and Elaine ,Church. Done by orders of the .' ", t! ; 1 1I

Adderly. <4 church, June 2, 1966 with a I 1 GEORGE.,P."HARTH' ,,.GENERAL MANAGER /, l'I} j! >< ,I : '
i unanimous vote.RespectfuUy. t'; ,* : ,, .; ..,' ; ,:;'

Congratulations to Miss Karen Edwardsdaughterof submitted 'J'v : ;MANAGING AND'MAINT INiNGIMQRFi'rH' ": it (: I :
Dr. and Mrs. Albert T. Edwards, for receiving highest The St. Luke Missionary ,1 /; : ;, :f : :
'il",1161 ,
honors at the completion of her freshman year at Baptist Church, j'j t !!M.t: : '. 10,000' HOUS'I G.rtJN'TS"' ,' :* ;- r'fii-" :' _, ';?,f!:' ';'..
,, / 1 I:
t'\'J' ii" ; "' ; j "A!
Notre Dame Academy. Karen won a medal for havingthe 1790 NW 55th Street 1 ': ; : :
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highest freshman average in mathematics. Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor : ",< ,\ Bonded f also ;/has employment seryice 'at:,main. :'office''' ; ; \:

Thelma Hart Phillips is attending summer schoolat Christine clerk Sutton, church ,, 4150 N.W,'7th Avenue: : :/ ,I. '.,',,

Indiana University. June 24 'I.t'I. 'ili"'I'! ::,;: I,'11
A hill tine public
Congratulations and best wishes to Richard Tho- t\1e Plus a fleet -of cars giving door to door service for"tenants convenience, I"I

mas and Patricia Smith who were married last Sunday. On nights, and Sundays for emergency. service call PL 9-$733".. '' .,' ":

1o''riG1 ,
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MAIN ,OFFICE, ,. "
Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta v
will host its annual Debutante Cotillion on \; '73f .
Sorority 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL,9: '
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Miami Beach Auditorium. rt .. < .. M ,
Saturday, June .11 in the i i b u \v >> j a t.,id "'" '\'
Vandalism. don., by a few"Is expensive, t.all. Picas h.lp ws stop' this'unnecessary evil. 1

C.A, Lockhorr, Public' Relations Director :,i$$.. III/ %.
Miamians graduating from Hampton Institute were ,:\, ,'.
Joyce Johnson and Iva Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred SKIN DISEASESA 1 ,

Johnson, parents of Joyce, attended the ceremoniesThe ,: ",1j!I" 9 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TOSERVEYOUbi./ .. ,'' : "
treatment %
A approach to "
engagement of Betty Johnson and James Jones and medication '; I 17325 Homestead A,... 1163 N. ?'3;.;'Ave. FR 34416 '
Perrin. ,5.3553
wedding is planned. JE I 1675 N.W 62nd St.1 6-2467
has been announced. A summer based on specializedblood ;\ OX
,<, 1019 Hammondvlle| Rd. .. 4Mi Grond'Ave HI "L11l
and laboratory '.'. PO.pOlO"' E, "4240 N.W.27I. Are"HE'W466:
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Among Miamians attending commencement exer- tiiij. Also general prac- .. '":;:." 14255 .N.W. ,';22ndAve.Opoloclo ... '.
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cises at Bethune-Cookman on the Memorial Day weekend tice. -: MU,.e-W17 ,;; 1
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Mrs. Arlington Sands Sr. who witnessed the 'I!,
were Rev. and Mrs. George DR. H. HAAG .. 512 N.L,1it' Av&jHaHandal.WA; 7.2434' I.- ,'I01"
of Arlington, Jr. <
graduation .' Wt'tl. si.' .La. irll', '
: Ft. derdalef; JA 43357 '
Wallace saw daughter Shirley get her degree and Mrs.M. PL 7-7234 '>"cb.\M'i:: ,' 'Ji :' 1oj> ,ioI ",, !, "... ... ..i1..,;":," "' a\
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WORLD EVENTS Lightweight Champ [TiijhtlnThe jWrf4 ":

Carlos Pritiz announced his candidacy as an Inde- \ ; "L" 'U"B'" "
pendent Democrat for the newly created state senate in I .
the 29th AD of the Bronx. He fights Johnny Bizzarrain BahamasOne ; i i ,. .... ... '
Pittsburgh June 20 and will start campaigning e
21. Ortiz expects heavy support from Negroes and o
t
Hi MaMBMPMIlHMi* Hl a l l fliBfllHll
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Puerto Ricans in that area. Former Mayor Robert Wagner -
-critical of present Mayor John Lindsay-says"It'sa
mistake to promise too much or to claim too much.A Night Only
mayor soon learns that there is a quick call on promises
and a quicker check on claims Big time '
shame! Judge Frank Kerny putting Nancy Hernandez :
in jail because she refused to undergo a sterilization I Friday June 10th

operation. She is a mother of two Cassius Clay, a
great and true international champion of the wod d-- I
Proof? He is fighting the champions of every nation 0 n 10 UntilFeaturing
their own land Livingston Wingate, boss of Har- p.m.
lem's Poverty Program HARYOU Act blames the
press and the broadcast media for trying to scandalizehis
project.

DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES If you remember quitea Frank Du BoisAnd

few years ago,there were three smart girls of Booker
Washington High School called the "Three Flames.", the
The girls were lovely Christine Marshall, Murkelee
Chicken Scratchers
Keaton and Dorothy Howard. Christine, as long as I
can remember devoted her love to the nationally famous -
saxophone and recording musician Willis Jack-
s on (Gator Tail). She later married Willis and bore Bobby Marshall/ /
him two sons. Divorce followed fame and fortune.
Tragic-"A mind messed up" Murkelee Keaton
(very pretty) chased Abe Meeks (young man with the
trombone horn) until he caught her and married her. Surprise Calypso NEVER !
Their love is lasting. Murkelee is a lab technician at
Jackson Memorial Hospital Dorothy Howard diedin
Band
the middle forties. Some people said of a broken
heart. "The Three Smart Girls" lived on 3rd Avenue
between 19th and 20th St. and during that decade of DOOR CHARGE
the 40's and the 50's they stood out like a light.
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\ 'Irinf Your Pigeon Peas COVER CHARGE.SHO'W .

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TEEN TALK AND MUSIC SURVEY ,The Elation and Rice CHARGE
singing group, with a new sound to record for Motown
records. Heading for'Miami's Knight Beat Club. Eddy -- UUILflUUi

Hendricks, Al Redd, Gene Hudson and Thomas Rains
make up the "4 Elations" Johnny Nash's "Some-
where There's a Place for Us" dedicated to Poney
Stable's Grace Smith and Louise (Poney) Williams ... 1
Dionne Warwick's "Message to Michael" a smash hit Liu"uM Y DRIVE-IN THEATRE NOW PLAYIKG
dedicated to the contest winners, Little Kim Miller of
Ft. Lauderdale Otis Redding's record hit "My
Lover's .Prayer"to Maria Jerkins. Ben E. King's"I
got so much Love to Give" to Mr. and Mrs. (Betty Now a
Donaldson) Noar Rucker Robinson,the newlyweds name..soon a legend.
Otis Redding's "Just Give Me One More Day" a hit
dedicated to the little pianist singer Carolyn Landy ofbiberty Some called him savage-
0 end called him saint...
City This is Scoop Bethel saying," time some
felt his hate-
M and tide waits for no man. See you next week. some
and one found his love..

,. some had to run4 -
:'r g fa and three had to die..
'Mack Barklty't Bar and end there never

Restaurant welcomes all of ,' was another
Ir1r his old friends and is looking like Nevada Smith!
everyday to meet new friends.We .

I I can serve you with home
cooked, food and old hickory
barbecue. I am sure you will
f/ enjoy it, if not, don't tell a
,. ; friend, tell us. June 3
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Billy""Daniels, internationally acclaimed enter- FUNDS ARTHUR KENNEDY
tainer, stars with Ben Gazzara in Universal Tele- ,
vision's "Run for Your Life" segment titled "The I "iendSUZZANNE PLE5HETTE.'NEVADA .
Day Time Stopped," which will be aired over the NBC
Television Network. I
SMITH"DOl. : ,

Daniels,who,stars as the owner of a night club in
the episode, recently completed a successful one anda

half years as Sammy Davis, Jr.'s co-star in "Golden Tem rdch. Jonas Cerd, Biwdri.I Odette,
Boy." He also appeared with Davis on the recent TV rMM'IsIDt. the bully-running he taught Nevada tyrant wild a gun the found Nevada
front i nightmare to kill.. -and a coward In jail and M
special, "The Swinging World of Sammy Davis" and named Nevada'' then ducked! when he laces one1' loved M way out!
has completed his own special, "An Evening With
Billy Daniels," to be aired soon over ABC-TV. UEYfI.\1. t'
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The busy show business great, who has made his OAATION "

home in Hollywood for the past twelve years, is also 7f MIAMI<4 BISCAYNE fU 33131 ILVO. ,.IAIY. ,' THE, RAIN... .. MUST. FAIL"
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work on an album with \\i.\ : :
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday June 10, '1966 7


Phil Os so fer' 'Itit


What is a "square?" Today
it means an industrious per-'
son who does his job to the
best of his ability, who does
eA not avoid work, who is more
interested in the "work break
l than the "coffee break", and
who is not a clock-watcher. '
vt 1 BY, DAVE BONDU Today, such a person is heldin / :

ridicule. He's a "square",
defined in derogatory terms.In .

The Sepia Mayor contest is in full swing and
votes are beginning to pour in for the contestants. days gone by, the word"square"

Balloting during the past week saw William Wynn and an honorable had'word.dignity If one and was was <;

Patrick Range take a slim lead over John D. Johnsonand honest, he would give you a
Ernest Hayes. Clyde Killens and Mayme Bondu are square deal lie would stand
not far behind. Keep the votes coming in. The ballotis four-square for right, and paid
at the bottom of the page and each vote counts 10 his bills, making him square
points. with the world. And he could
look you square in the eye.
How times have changed!
t L

1 a I don't advocate going
back to the "good old days",
but moral laws are ages old,
Y t and it does seem that we
rR obeyed these laws more
closely in years gone by.
Shirl Conway, famous "Liz Thorpe" of the television series, "The Nurses"

Today the square dealer is tells high school girls that being a nurse may offer greater rewards than other

a "square" or oddball. profession. "Sometimes, when you're a glamour girl, your halo slips," said Miss
(We're so mixed up these days Conway "But not when you're a nurse. There's always a demand for nurses, and
that even a ball can be a
square.) The members of the and the demand is growing. Miss Conway spoke at a nursing recruitmant session

"in" group do not want to be ,held at Temple University, sponsored by Ex-Lax, Inc., in cooperation with the
square. They want to cut Southeastern Pennsylvan League for Nursing.
PATRICK RANGE WILLIAM WYNNDon't corners, to' look for angles,

forget, next week you may again cut out the To and them to toss honesty us squares(and God curves.) is NAACP State Board to Meet Heren.. I
coupon and vote for your favorite candidate. The win- dead. They seem to have lost ,
ner shall be presented with a plaque and the key to the the true values of life.
eon at Biscayne Terrace Hotel tars urged to attend this
Announcement is being are
city. Send or drop your coupon to me at 6740 NW 15th
made by Rutledge Pearson, 340Biscayne Blvd., Miami, meeting. An interesting program
Ave. c/o The Miami Times. Strangely enough, it was State Conference president, Saturday, June 18 at 10 a.m. is being arranged with
squares like Nathan Hale that the Florida Conference ,Luncheon at 1:00 p.m. $3.00. good speakers to be followedby I
Someone has to get to our two mayors, Bob High ("I regret that I have but one Board of the NAACP will hold Branch presidents, Youth a general discussion pe-
and Chuck HaU about moving the balance of these life to give for my country") its board meeting and lunch Councils and College Chap riod.
junked cars away from these streets and yards It isa and Patrick Henry ("Give me
liberty or give me death")who
horrible sight. These to make
junked cars help nice built this country on four-
neighborhoods look like slums. While I'm at it, a lead principles. But for :. : "
square ,' ,
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light is needed at NW 54th Street and 27th Avenue. ,,such "squares" these modem -

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Robert Strapp here honor rebels to and condemn might honesty.and not ridicule even If be it [:: ; : f.1;i I"I I: r

weren't for such squares, theywouldn't '
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Shirley P. Smith be a-round. 1

lor *TEI1i'SAr,K
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Dennis Peak, Jr. I1 i
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',' QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Have seen you the .,, :. ::l I' ,
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sign on NW 7th Avenue and 36th Street? It sez "Garth "NJ r

Reeves Drinks Milk" so forth and so on. We are II SUNDAIY'I
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wondering how much scotch he pours in It. Frank I I" ,

DuBoise is doing well at the Sir John Knight Beat. .Y .. ,; :. t
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The Reggie Moore Trio, with Hank Haynie on bass, I 1 ** ** .
and Bill Peoples on drums has the Sir John Lounge 12 .IECEBAND:
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swinging last week. Same will go for this weekend. I. J
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Starting tonight, there will be a two drink minimum at L6 A' L
75$ per drink per person. Most of my friends asked ICO TI ENT Lf"n
where can we go and enjoy the atmosphere and listento :
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some real nice sounds? So you asked for it, now go ,
and enjoy the atmosphere and listen to some real nice flALl STAR" 'SHOW

sounds? So you asked for it, now go and listen to it. ,. ,I'."
You will really get your money's worth Mayme i i I \, 1t8' r J "
for the week. She for I'. : f ,: '': I :
cut-out went to Nassau two days f" '1 ; !!I';;:' IIt! "
then to Freeport. She should be home tonight. My heartfelt thanks to ,''II.... \1'
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Bought her tickets from North's Travel Bureau. Next the many persons who ,"",.",m I I .1, E STHER *t*. 'I,

Tuesday, June 13, at the Fiesta Room at 7:30 p.m. supported me in .y recent +
Maxie Newbold, Charlie Austin, Scott Adams, Chester bid for Democratic Commit

Washington, George Wright, Mop Dudley, Hank Haynie, t.II101, District 5. SOUTHERLAND.

Bill Peoples, Reggie Moore, Eric Knight, Abe Meeks JOHN PINCKNEY J) 3
and any other musicians who can read arrangements, t I '

are asked to meet me. Bring your ax. Mack Fas k, I
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Sir John owner, gave Frank DuBoise the,Knight Beat. ,;;,'. ., ,< i
This was a gift,with Frank as the ownernot the mana- START WORK TOO Y.I!! j I "< j k j I to':I:f "";'
ger of the club. Life is so funny. Frank once workedfor A Public Setvlte Over 4- i ; \ "
the owners, and now can work for himeslf. Best of 20 ,Years y : :MARY: :HYLORAI11 ";:;\, ';

luck to him, and I hope that my readers and their friends Live in Maids FRIDAY ", -' ,. ,
will support him. Cook But Boys ). \ .


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with you.It made me think that I was "Dear Abby"for We Appreciate Your 1 :: \
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THE MIAMI TIMES, .Frid ,.June 10, 1966 4eeAny
.ttOlllll0."I O QO"'II II"I'III'
Nftt People. building I design will have

beauty and function, but always '

Places. with the human touch.. .

that's a must.92

Things. ,
The gin I buy is London Dry. .'
By Lawrence! B. Cooper to.1 0.I IIU

Gordon's. It's always brisk,
HO-HUM! x I
dry and smooth. me,
Late last Saturday afternoon began I ?
a comedy of '
events that .rre r. Gordon's is a must. .
has laid the column up with a cast on his

left leg.It W 10"'rn'Jon t A I A,Archive tnd Cmwot It*BmnlWmi
all began when Sidl Crumb ol Commrm of N,..Yort Aictiiifclunt Coniulltnt on,."n A_.
I slipped on wet tile, falling rl ,}.,> ,
awkwardlywith my left leg doubling up under me. I hearda
muffled click and feared the worse but after preli- '
minary rub down etc.,the foot felt reasonably all right.
Probably just a bad sprain, thought. By 8:30 Saturday .L.- i:""" _

night, the ankles looked like two golf balls with a ACTION I IN Muldrow is now serving in .
swollen tongue. Better judgment and pain sent me posthaste the Eight Canyon Job Corps
to Jackson Hospital where the ugly member was LIBERTY CITY Center, Mescalero, New
Xrayed.. Soon an attendant came with a roll of brown NEIGHBORHOOD Mexico. Muldrow left Miami, l .

elastic tape and while wrapping up the foot explainedthat CENTER May Shown 13. In the photo isAnother

the photos showed no broken bones, just a bad Frances Henderson, counselor
sprain and maybe damaged ligaments. Back home for happy family as at B-2 Center who recruited|
'the result of the Liberty City
painful night and
a Sunday. Muldrow, presenting} Muldrow
At 6 p.m. Sunday there was a booming, anxious Neighborhood]Economic Opportunity D-2 Center Pro- his airline| ticket. J
voice calling, "Lawrence does Muldrow ,Is an 11th grade :
Cooper, Lawrence |gram, Inc., recruitment of dropout.
Cooper live here?" I Minuett E. Muldrow son of
The Job Corps will, train{
It was a road patrolman. Oh, oh, I oh-ohed. I won- 'Mr and Mrs 011ssio Muldrow Muldrow for life time employ- i
dered if I had stashed the marijuana, got rid of the 'of 1435 NW 61st St. Apt. 28. ment. it.

stolen car, and all nafarious evidences of criminal t.j
activities. I ain't done nothing I told myself, and t.I
answered in the affirmative with me. curiosity tugging at Summer Session at Florida FYh a M4w,

Mrs. C. opened the door and the big guy bargedby Memorial College MondayThe J .. .rORDOM'S

and queried, "You, Lawrence Cooper?" "Yeah"I
( almost said "yeah copper") 1966 Summer Sessionat period. Regular college courses ,
"Well, you better high tail it back to Jackson Florida Memorial Collegewill leading to the B.S. in educa- '
Hospital. It was found that your ankle is fractured begin June 13th and tion, social science, Englishand I t
close August 5th. From June science will follow an .
Well v
are going? 'T
you 13th to July 8th the collegehas eight weeks schedule.The t LL'LONDONDR7
Half hour later I was wheeled-chaired and back in scheduled special courses rGordon's
the emergency room. I was non-plussed at the recep- for teachers and advanced college will operate a
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tion given Nurses attendants orderlies all students in guidance, library pro-college work-study program Cm created in J"
me. ,
comingat London England in 1769 |-- Rn '"
school
me at one time. "Are you Cooper, this way Mr. and advanced English gram ar. for graduating high 't the biggest seller i iAniinca in ngland 11 J LL.It
Workshops in exceptionalchild seniors who wish to earn and the world
Cooper." I was whisked back to the treatment room and education, reading and money for their college ex- I PRODUCT Of US It.loot NIUIRAI SPIRITS OISIIIIEO IRON GRAIN 90 PROOF CORDONS' DRY GIN CO (T0.I. .
in lickity-split time fellow had set the foot and
en- modem mathematics will run penses and prepare themselvesin
cased it in plaster of paris, measured for a crutch and from July 11th to Au gust 5th. academic subjects.Interested ..d
had been X-rayed again. In two hours I was back home. Students can earn six hours students should contact
On the way I said to Mrs. C., "Quick and nice service, credit in either four weeks the Registrar.
eh? "Uh-huh."
..
"Well, you see, they couldn't help it. I am a per-
sonable person. People can't help liking me. Why per-
sonality just drips off me. I know how to win friends

and influence doctors, orderlies, and especially pretty -


got nurses.as"Why"much you personality big stupe,"as she that retorted cast on angrily your, leg."You. ii I I [I] !i I 1 I ,;


"Can't you see. The hospital had goofed and had
not the error been discovered, you might have taken
blood poison or sometJ ing. And poosh. You would .
have been buried in Potter's Field, and the hospital

would have been painfully embarrassed by its negli-
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gence."All that curry-favor, smiles and good cheer and A

hullaboo was like a hush payment or something. Just 1 1w
think of it now!"

Well, that killed that personality thing. I'll haveto

be content to lug around an extra 5 or 8 pounds of :
"cement leg" for the next six weeks. But I still say,
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why me. I can't afford it! '
These crutches that fondle and caress my armpits :i,

remind me of years gone by when I maneuvered aroundfor 5 \,
months on such "walking sticks." Why I becameso II
good at it that soon I threw away one and became .
adept at twirling, spinning around and pirouting like a ,4 .
ballerina on one crtuch. So limp sticks are not new to
me, I can still move around like an expert.

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Foe the first time in more than 75 years the con
test to determine the Governor of Florida will take
place in November at the general election instead of

HI May in the Democratic Primary, when Mayor Robert r
King High the standard bearer of the Democratic Partyis I Il
faced with a possible strong Republican in the person
p of Claude Kirk.
Florida is prime for an upset to place a Republican I
t in the Governor's mansion for the first time for any
southern state since the Reconstruction era, as the -
trend toward a two-party system in the state has bee n
gathering momentum since the 50's along with the
co A
r population boom. highlights

The increasing migration from areas where the. celebrated
two-party system is the'political way of life' is per Friends
haps the main factor in this trend. People moving to couple.
Florida from "two-party" states find the political
climate of Florida most repulsive under a 'one-party'
w aN" system where the elections are determined in May in

the Democratic primaries instead of November the !
tr general elections. ,

+ With a'serious' candidate for the first time for
governor, Republicans Independents and Democrats as
well feel they can cast their votes for the Republican ;
candidate without 'wasting' them and will be more
prone to vote for the Republican candidates than ever l 4

LaVerne Scott Weds .before.For
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the first time, the daily press, radio and TV

John NealyThe will give the Republican candidate serious consideration
and complete press coverage which will go a long
marriage of Miss Florida, the couple will be at way toward not only giving the Republican candidatea
Ktkby LaVeme Scott to John home at 1642 Blue Heron positive image but complete exposure to the Florida
Nealy was solemnized on Blvd., Riviera Beach, Fla. electorate on the same level as the Democratic can
Sunday afternoon, May 29 at
the Macedonia Baptist Churchin The reception of approxi- didate.The
Negro voters may again play a vital role in
Coconut Grove with Dr. mately 250 guests was held in
and inequitable 'one-
whether the vicious
determining
James Finlayson, D.D. offi- the dining hall of the church
ciating. party' system shall continue to dominate the state.
and was catered by Mrs. J. L.
The bride is the daughterof Sheppard who was ably assisted -
Mr. and Mrs. Alston J. by Miss Margie Alexander,
Scott Sr. of the Grove and the Mrs. James Daniels and Mrs. }", J'-" '.
groom is the son of Mr. and Jimmie Johnson. Mrs. Vir- I, : "
Mrs. John K. Nealy, Sr. of ginia Thomas assisted with : ;GLAMOUR STUDIOS
West Palm Beach, Florida.Mr. the registering of the guests
Scott gave his daughterin along with Mrs. Nalton Darby GRADUATION SPECIAL
marriage at the 3:30 cere- and Mrs. Samuel Darby. NUMBER.:1
mony. The bride was a pic-
y ture of loveliness in her snow included STUDENTS ONLY
Out of town guests e;\" The
white of chan-
organza gown
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bryant, '
tilly lace featuring a low neck Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peace, t+ 1 >"' '''IN -COLOR brate their
line with a velvet bow that Church.
Mrs. Lucy Truss, Mrs. Rosalie -
held a long lace train. The McDonald Mrs. Ida Moses,
chantilly lace sleeves taper- Mrs. Lillie Mae Reed Mrs. 2 GIANT 5 x 7 Williams,
11
ed at the wrist and the bodicewas Argie Colverton, Mrs. Ra-
lace to the waist. The leigh George and Mrs. Gertrude Williams
full skirt held inverted pleatsat Hanford all of West 2 4 5 POSTCARD
the waist and was trimmed Palm Beach. Mrs. Jessie I i
with pleats down the front. '
Dawson of Midland, Pennsyl- :
Her French illusion veil was vania; Mr. Thomas Copelandalso ; J
shoulder length with a crown of Midland, Mrs. Millie Only ,$4.95 Check
,
of orange blossoms. she car Brown of New Brunswick,New '
ried a bridal bouquet of white Jersey and Miss Alfreda ,
roses, centered with a lovely Scott of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Brine !
white orchid and long white and Mrs. Napoleon Nealy
silk streamers., brother of the groom and Mr. c -PGES TO EACH STUDENT o
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"so Martina Bryant, matronof Nealy Sr. also accompaniedhis rttfSw*' s' v i't>'t t s .
honor attired in blue B
was a son. Mrs. Eddie Mae
satin gown with matching accessories scott, 82-year-old grandmotherof .2688.. ...... ', ;; ;
and carried a yel- the bride from Quitman, Ga.
low bouquet of spring flow was beautifully attired in SUMMER SPECIAL
ers. Miss Gwendolyn Bentley'was pink and white.
the bridesmaid attired in Mrs. Scott mother of the LOW DOWN PAYMENT OF $10 FOR A LIFE -
blue with matching slippers bride was attired in willow LONG PROFESSION r.1
and bouquet of flowers. green lace with gold acces-
Misses Gail Nelson and De- sories and yellow corsage and START NOW AT '
nise Nelson, cousins of the Mrs. Nealy, mother of the :
bride, were junior brides- groom was beautifully dressedin SmlifktlltiitylSchool'
maids. They chose beautiful beige lace with matching ..1 !
light blue dresses with head- accessories and a yellow cor- We Style Wigs Reasonable, !:
dresses and they carried flowers Also teach the care of wigs and other hairpieces
befitting the occasion. sage.The couple received many The
Roger Bryant, cousin of lovely gifts and the weddingwas m tion.
the groom, served as his best the delightful affair of the 1113 HI 3 AYE. PH. FR 4-9998 m nee
man. Ushers and groomsmen season. ff one of
were Warren Bentley, Winstonand
Alston Scott, Jr., brothersof I
the bride. They were dres- GLAMOURIZE...". As Times I
sed in black tails, with r. M & M RESTAURANT I Income a .
hickory i striped trousers as +
was the 'father of the bride. tlIL Specializes in Barbecue For. more
The stripped ascot added the WIGS I Dinner and all types of newsboy .
.
finishing touch to the very + sandwiches. Times
lovely ceremony. Located at Miami,
Little Gabriella Colverton; $ 6 9 -00 4042 SW 17 STREET partment (
cousin of the groom, was the + Or Pembroke Road
flower girl, dressed in lovely
white, and dropped petals + + Mr. & Mrs. Monroe Davis
along the bride's white car- down Prop. I would
pet. Master Rodney Harden, : $10 + West Hollywood Please
cousin of the bride was the ring
bearer. Mr. Jerome Miller was LLr
$5 week NAME
the organist and the soloist : per I
was wonderful in her rendition 100%
of "0 Perfect Love." +IMPORTED HUMAN HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY T Phone: 634-1444
Mrs. Nealy is a graduate of
High School and Talla- Free AI Mole Service '
dega Carver College in Talladega, : Shop + GUEST SOUSE CITY.. :

Ala. and is foreign language CALL + Clean, cool rooms (for your PHONE
at Lincoln High
instructor
+ convenience
School in Riviera Beach, Fla. 3
PRIMA DONNA
Is a graduate of +
Mr. Nealy "A Friendly Place to
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Palm Beach High Meet Your Friends"

iH Florida an accountant MM University with 1 Pratt.Whitney' 'and-.: 945-452o + 3059 NW 45 STREET ...

Aircraft Corporationin Mr. T., Prop. .-_
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The Miami City ())mmls- cally motivated. We urge their I 1 ;
unanimously Thursday -
son voted cooperation.
"wipe out the slums"
to
Looking at photos of ram-
asked Metro for an emer-
and shackle buildings, High said, 1
measure to permit the
gency "We must
wipe out these ti
cities to establish their own slums. Let this be the major I
standards on alum demolition.The accomplishment of this City (
South Florida
Uniform Commission."
Building Code sets the provisions
"Why aren't these build-
and procedures all ings demolished he
? asked.A .
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cities and counties must check of the record showed 2
follow to demolish rundown had r
some been torn down. '
homes and buildings.city "Has the department of t\ .. .'. .. -.r
Attorney Richard neighborhood rehabilitationbeen
Stone told the commissionersthat dragging its feet in
Miami "is pre-empted by slum clearance efforts?" r.'I
the building code. We can't High asked.

adopt anything more strin- City Manager M. L. Reese .Iv

gent.The said, "Absolutely not,"
I commissioners ordered -
aid
"It's not fair to use one
I to appear before the
Stone or two examples (from the
[ Metro Commission and request photos) of IJOO problems." -. t ti
I revision of the demoli-
The commissioner asked
clause so Miami and
tion Reese to do all he can to
I cities strengthen it
other may
clean the slums
up and to report -
I as they wish.
in 60 days on
progress.
I "And ask them to pass it t.
Commissioners Irwin Christieand
I said
as an emergency Mayor II
: Athahe
Range then
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Robert King High.uThe election's -
rushed through a resolution <
| over; no member of

I Metro can say this is politi urging Metro to help. FAJWU Alumni Hold First Testimonial Awards ;1


.' '. VI. The Miami Chapter, FAUU Alumni Associationheld Powell, parliamentarian; George Thomas, sergeant-at- .1
.
:
its first Testimonial Awards Banquet at the Alcazar arms; Donnie Kelly, publicity director; Edwin Demerit-

,t.I' ". r ,, Hotel on Saturday, May 21.The new officers for te, business 'manager.The .

'Ij 1966-68 are Robert Strapp, president; Oral A. Allen, gavel was handed over to the new presidentby
iI' vice president; Jean Solomon, recording secretary; the outgoing President Edwin Demeritte who will :

Marion P. Allen,financial secretary;Charles Ingraham serve as business manager. i
.
,; "'. 1 treasurer; Altamease Powell, chaplain; Nathaniel Under the leadership of President Demeritte the ,

Association was very successful in presenting such
.
.. outstanding affairs as the President's Chat, host of ,
'
,4.i.'l.t Nix f P Top Labor Loaders to Honor the Annual Classics, contributions to University .

.. ,,. NDEA fund, A. P. Sloan Scholarship fund, annually .
," .',Ii' i and general alumni meetings and chartering of Homecoming
Florida AFL-CIO President burps to Tallahassee.It .

was Mr. Demeritte's letter to Dr. Gore that was "
Top labor leaders of Dade's men's Union 1426 of Wilmington
Negro community will be well S. C.; and M. Gregory, instrumental in making it possible for the University t
.." "....... represented at the testimonial president of Brotherhood of to award certificates of Merit and appreciation to out

banquet on Saturday June II, Sleeping Car Porters, Tampa. standing local graduates.
FAMU PROF FETED Dr. Samuel E. Russell,
honoring Charlie Harris, president
center, receives congratulations from Dean M. C. of the Florida AFL-CIO.
Thomas, head of the Florida A&M University Vocation- For thatWONDERFUL s sa

al-Technical Institute, and Dr. Melvin 0. Alston, deanof Harris will receive Variety
the School of Children's Hospital's first iFlamclcss
Education during a party feting Dr. '
Russell on having earned the Doctor of Education de- Labor Leader's Award for his FEELING J ,
services as a hospital trustee, .. .. .,I
from the of Pennsylvania. An alumnusof
gree University
his leadership in developing "
Florida A&M and a native of Fernandino, Dr. Rus- children's health and welfare 'round.

sell is an associate professor of industrial education programs in Florida, and hi s year ..

assistant director of the Vocational-Technical Institute. role in organized labor.


VIPs who will attend in !

addition to Governor llaydon : : '*- '''.'' I'

Bums and international labor :: : ::'t.-;#
union presidents are' : Cleveland -' fI i

olin Beggv Turner, president International : :,:..'. ,
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Longshoremen As- '..
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sociation of Miami; Joseph Y :
Caleb, president Hod Carriersand ,J.
Laborers Union of Dade (
County; Clarence Walker, Y rFq Ilw'h! .g. S I, ,/I

president Longshoremen'sUnion i I 1\,
No. 1574. Fernandina I
Beach; Perry Harvey, Sr., ,
state president of International -:
Longshoremen's Association 1 )

d Jacksonville;1 V L ,2 t
Rutherford Leonard, president |
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12 THE. MIAMI.TIMES, '\FrldayJvge,10t1966-:Y

RANGE. RICHARDSON. .
ALBERT. .

Henry Lee Fountain of' Mrs. Luis Mae Davis, 2160 I Kenneth Revels of 1841

. I CARDS MEMORIALS I 1059 NW 63rd St. died June 1. NW 69th Terr. died May 30. Wilmington St., died June 4.
DEATHS Mr. Fountain was a victim of Services were held Mondayfrom lie leaves to mourn a devoted

a drowning mishap that oc, Zion Hill Baptist Church., wife, Frances, two stepsons
curred on the Memorial Rolf Benjamin and Charles Daw-
day. He is survived by his Marvin McFarland, 2792 NW kins, two sisters Mrs. Annie

., CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn widow, Ollie; a daughter An- 46th St. died May 28. Serviceswere Mae Robinson of Los Angeles,

The family of the late CARD OF THANKSThe nett; a stepson Homer Hump- held Monday from Antioch California and Mrs. Susie
sad but loving memory family of the late phrey; a stepdaughter, Barbara Baptist Church. James of Thomasville, Oa.

,of our dear brother and father -- --- .- Ann Leonard; a son-in- Four brothers, Artis and Hay
S MR. WILLIAM WILSON law James Leonard; a father Rev. A. B. McCall, 1736 wood of Brooklyn, N.Y. ,Hugh
who passed to his eternal .::4 Babe; other relatives and NW 5th Ave. died June 3. of Thomasville, Oa., Julius of
rest June friends. Services were held Rev. McCall has been a resident Opa-Iocka, other relatives and

Sweet are 8.the 1965.memories that I June 7 at the Mt. Olivette of this community for friends. Funeral services were

never fade Baptist Church. more dan forty years. He held Thursday, June 9, fromSt.
;;1\ pastured the largest Baptist Paul AME Church.
Of one we love, but could '' .<
never save >;:!! Samuel MfiPhee of 2933 NW church in Key West, Fla. for
A loving link we T1 55th Street was dead on arrivalat fourteen years. Services will Mrs. Mary Hollls of 1212
can
replace. never Mt. Sinai Hospital as the be conducted Saturday 11 a.m.,, NW 71st St. died June 5, leav-

Always in our hearts ,\I result of having been struck from Friendship Baptist ing to mourn, four daughters,
:
by an automobile on June 1. Church. Survivors are two Mesdames Willie Mae Dancy,

tr o Mrs. Selena Jackson sister Samuel was the eight-year- sisters, Mesdames Bertha Ola Bell Harris of Macon,Oa.,
\ 1t''i Mrs. Edna Thomas sisterL. III J old son of Mr. and Mrs. Feliz Maynard of Wabasso, Fla., Rosa Mond of Geneva, Ga.,
\J, i W. Wilson, brother, 4 McPhee and was a 2nd grade and Hannah Netter of Phila- and Mary Alice Allen, Miami;

kx Seymore Wilson, brother pupil at Floral Heights Ele- delphia, Pa., one brother, two sons Remus and Nathaniel
\ mentary School. In addition to three brothers Samuel Harris of
Willie Lee Wilson, son i William of Sumpter, S. Carolina,
-- Mrs. Carrie Roper daughter his parents, he is survivedby one sister-in-law Mrs. Sarah Key Largo, Charlie Harris of

MAUD KENNEDYwho Miss Selena Wilson, niece two brothers, Clevelandand McCall of this city. Ft. Pierce, Jerry Harris of
departed this life in New MICHAEL RAMBO David; a sister Hilda ; Ft. Valley, Ga. grandchildren,

York City May 12, 1966 wishto IN'I MEMORIAMIn who departed this life May other relatives and friends. Mrs. Ola Spencer, 1921 NW other relatives and friends.

express our sincere thanksto 31, 1966, wish to take this Services were held June 6 at 5th Ct. died June 6. Mrs. Body will be shipped to Ft.
our many friends and rela- sad but loving memoryof means of expressing their Mt. Olivette Baptist Church. Spencer has been a residentof Valley, Ga., for final rites

tives for floral pieces, tele- :,, our dear mother and grandmother sincere thanks and appreciation this area for more than 50 and burial, leaving Friday at

grams, cards, donations and for the donations, cardsof Andrew Turner of 1450 NW years and a member of St. noon.
all other acts of kindness. condolences, flowers, and 44th street died May 31. He is John Baptist Church for about
Special thanks, to Rev. Willie the many other acts of kind- survived by his widow, Ida; a 50 Services will be Mrs. Mary Alice Johnsonof
years.
Johnson in (Ne w York City, }'t- _,' v ness extended to us duringour sister, Edna Mitchell; a son, held Monday 3 p.m. from St. 259A NW 8th St. died June
officers and 'members of the hour of bereavement. Scott; two aunts, Mary Lee 2. She is survived by her
John. Survivors are one nep-
Holy Cross Church in New Special thanks to the Knight and Beatrice Bailey; hew, Edgar Brown, one grand husband Adam, one daughter,

york City for florals, cards, f Range Funeral Home, Mrs. other relatives and friends. nephew, Gregory Brown, one Mrs. Luella Alexander; one
and telegrams. The House of Ada DeVeaux and the Rev.S. Arrangements are incomplete.Mrs. niece-i-law, Mrs. Edgar Brown, son, Charlie; three brothers,

Hillis Funeral Home, Brooklyn L. Gay. May God bless who was very devoted to her. an aunt Mrs. Mary Wooten of
New York for services each and everyone. Triphene Gaiter of Richmond Heights, other relatives -
rendered. To the pastor, of- 1875 NW 63rd St. died June 2. and friends. Funeral
Mrs. Beatrice Elliott,
ficers and members of St. Mrs. Geneva'Rambo, motherMr. She is survived by four daugh- NW 58 Terr. died June 7.14(84 Arrangements services will be held Saturday
Mary's Church in Miami; director Rosbie Rambo, father ters, Dorothy and Frances are incomplete. June 11 at 2:30 p.m. at Greater
officers and membersof Shirley Rambo, sister Gaiter, Rowena Ferguson and Bethel AME.
the missionary society, sis- ]Margaret Jones; three sons
ter Martha Allen president of Herbert, Cedric and Leroy; a
the deaconess and steward- IN MEMORIAMIn I sister, Olevia Thompson; FRANCIS. BETHLEHEMRev.

dess unions, officers and members 4 other relatives and friends.
of the choir and Stewardess MRS. LOTTIE BASDENwho memory ofWILLIAM :Services will be held on Saturday Isidor D. Hudson of 1036A O. West, pastor

Board, Pall bearers LodgeNo. departed this life June 11 at 4 P.m. at NW 4th Ave. was DOA at Gloria Howard, reporter
13. special thanks to June 4 p.m. at the St. James Bap- Jackson Memorial Hospital on
7, 1965. Our pastor delivered a soul
June 4. Funeral services will
Frances Funeral staff. God tist Church, 4875 NW 2nd Ave.
b less you all. You are not forgotten, loved be held Saturday, June 11, 2 stirring message Sunday.
one, Infant Esterlene Grant of p.m. in the chapel. Remains Little Miss Cyrinthia Denis
The Holdens Nor will you ever be; 20910 NW 31st Ave died June will repose in the chapel beginning West, daughter of Rev. and

The Kennedy Jordcns As long as life and memory 4. Survivors are parents, Mr. 2 P.m. Friday until Sister West, was christianed
The JohnsonsThe last, and Mrs. General Grant; two funeral time Saturday after Sunday morning. The godparents -
Gibsons We will remember thee. 1t sisters, Kim and Wanda; six noon. Survivors are wife, Sarah, are Mr. and Mrs. Anderson -

The DelawaresThe Your loving smile, your gentle brothers, James, Gerald, Gregory three daughters: Mesdames DeLaughter and Bro. and
Bethel family face, Donald Fonald and Vivian Pollock; Victoria Sister Walton.
No one can fill your place. Darryl other relatives and Marshall and Miss Veronica There will be a dinner

Gone but not' forgotten. May friends. Services were held Hudson; one son, Issac; mo- sale at the home of Bro. and I
she rest in peace. Tuesday in the chapel. ther-in-law, Mrs. Mary Felder; Sis. Howard DeLaughter, 1136
CARD OF THANKSThe sister-in-law, Mrs Hattie NW 47th Ter. Phone: NE 3-"
Mrs. Blanche
Thompson
Mrs. Louise Lawrence of Hudson, nephew Dillard and 9947. Each member is askedto
of the late daughterMrs.
family
2531 NW 152nd Terrace, Opa- other relatives and friends. participate.Let .
- Sybil Johnson,daughter L. CAREY SR.
locka, died June 6. Survivors sunrise find us at
M Mrs. Vernell strachan
daughter who departed this life June are a husband, Gilbert; two Mrs. Viola Harvell of 540 Virginia Beach on Sunday

9, 1965. sons, Henry and James; four NW 7th St. Apt. 19 di ed May 30. morning at 8 for baptism.
sisters, Josephine Wood,Ada. Funeral services were held You are cordially invited to
CARD OF THANKSThe Now their painful conflictsare Hall, Annie Mae Johnson and Tuesday in the chapel. Survivors an ordination of three deacons

family of the late over, sallie Zinnerman; three include her mother; Sunday afternoon at 3. Speaker -
God has bid them weep no brothers, James, John Lee and Mrs. Jessie Hamrick; one Rev. Cleo Alberry.
WILLIE EVERETTwho more. Harry Chancy; other relatives daughter, Mrs. Carol Black- Parents please register

departed this life May 13, May he rest in peace and may and friends. Services will be man; one son; Roger Hamrick; your child or children for
1966 and was laid to rest May light perpetual shine on him. Saturday June 11 at Mt. Zion brother, Andrew Hamrick; 2 free Bible School by June
21, wish to express our sin- AME Church of Ppa-locka. aunts, Mesdames Agens Wil- 19. Bible School begins
cere thanks to the many Mrs. Monica Carey, wife Mrs. Mary E. Naylor of liams and Margaret Clayton; June 20 thru July '1.

friends of 46th st. and 31st William L. Carey Jr., son 1840 NW 1st Avenue died June one uncle, Willie Davis, other Visitors are always wel-

Ct. for cards, telegrams and Sherman A. Carey, son 4. She is survived by her husband relatives and friends. come.
Michelle M. Carey, granddaughter -
flowers and many other kind-
Ernest; eleven children,*
nesses extended to us during Kathleen, Ernest, Jr., Ed- OUR CLASSIFIED
our bereavement. Special Germyn Carey, brother ward ADS
David
Joseph, Larry,
thanks to Rev. L.R. Ross and Sherman Carey sr., brother
Brenda Lillie Allen
George
the Mt. Tabor family, Rev. p. Madge Johnson, sister and Michael; three sisters BRING RESULTS
S. Brown and the staff oRange f Henrietta Carey, sister Alice Mae Johnson,Altamease

Funeral Home. May Nealy and Edna Mae Dorsey,
God bless you all. five brothers; Jerry, Samuel,

Mrs. Willie Everett CARD OF THANKSThe John, Bobby, and Clemasu
MISS MARGIE BLATCH And Daughter Nealy; a grandmother, Nettie
wish to take this method of family of the late Belle Nealy; two aunts, one

thanking everyone for their SUSAN HEPBURNwho uncle, other relatives and

kindness in ways of cards, IN MEMORIAMIn departed this life May 8 friends. Chapel services were 4
telegrams, donations and held June 8. Final rites and
loving memory of our and was laid to rest May 14,
iYOiLt
words of encouragement burial will be held in Clewiston -
dear mother'and grandmother take this method to expressour
shown to us during our be .- Fla. on Thursday, June 9.
> thanks to our many friends
reavement. Special thanks to .
and for their cards
neighbors
the neighbors and friends of ,
Opa-locka and Liberty City letters, telegrams, floral DignifiedProfitable

and to Elder Arthur Wilson, pieces. Special thanks to t, SURROUNDINGS
Bishop Randolph Davis, Bis- .Iz. the neighbors of NW 5th PI. ; .

hop Curtis, Bishop Cox and and 20th St. Mother Davis of New Career Selling ;' OF PEACEFUL BEAUTY

'to all I the members of the .. Hollywood, the Rev. L. A. Mutual Fqnds
Church of God of Prophecy, Thompson and members of F The
SUCCESSFUL ores and beauty of our quiet,
Ridgeway. Temple Baptist Church, and women la this field mAke
.
HO.000 or more a ,ear. No
Also (shanks to Rev. Pur- t Francis Funeral Home. May experience necu..,.. W* homelike facilities help

dy Brown of Mt. Tabor Baptist God bless all of you. I will needed"lYe to qualify yog the you training In this V to comfort in time of loss.
Church and to Mrs. Range Important field. All Inquire.
... .
kept In itrlct confidence.Call '
and her untiring staff. :...L:_ .-. wjk. aar; ...Mrs. Leah Ferguson, or Wrltt. for an appointment And, you will find the

MRS. ANNIE MAE:GREEN daughter Mr Torelll President "', '
I Deacon Reubin Hepburnson Prudential Investment Corporation .,,. 'same dignified:family
r' IN MEMORIAMIn who 1962.departed this life June 8, Edmund Hepburn, son 7UI Blicayn Blvd. 759IB44fjittraln 7' feeling in r e1v..e1ifry.Iservice..

memory of my husband ,"She fought her fight till /c-.....

and son
PFC ARNOLD D.HUDSON[God and sweetly at her parting .,mortal 'ark "My Father in Heaven, help
1 breath, she found her latest x
who departed this life June ] me never to forget Thy love
I abode. You do Not hove to own Grave Space In LINCOLN
i 7, 1957. Gone, but never will be MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW 46 SI' 'o bury lovedon. + it looks up to me in the

Sadly missed. All we can and (forgotten. May she rest in ... Just Toll your funeral director this it your wish.It beauty of the flower ."
God knows best
say is I peace. will b. Jone. John Henry 'jowett
he has taken him home torest. Mrs. Annie Laurie Mapps, G'TES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYSA :
May his soul rest in peace Oscar L. Range
shine daughter 2 mo. pre-need grave space sale now going on.
perpetual
and light Mr. Henry Mapps, soninlawMr.
upon him. Richard Mims, grandson NE 4.4197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 1.9199 -- .ii: Funeral Home

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, '9I1L tfSt11"'At'.' i :'k'htY.a
u> Joshua Lewis and Henry the night of, April, 2. He was j

I The VFW Post No.,'8195 Joseph Higgs were fined $70 flown to'Nassau from Long

, will hold its Saturday night each in the Magistrate's Courtat Island in an emergency flight i

JI ales through the summer. Freeport, I Grand, Bahama, the previous morning. Dr.
Members, come out and help for 'taking a tire from a car Si nuns was a graduate of Mc-

I your post Saturday night, June on the night of April 22. It all Gill University and won his }
11 at 4816 SW 17th St.,formerly happened when a tire on medical degree from the Uni-
the versity of Toronto. The deathof
Raven Club. Plenty of
Higg's car in which the two
refreshments and music. La- a mother and child during
from
were travelling Eight
dies are invited. Let's get our childbirth at Long Island, im-
Mile Rock went flat-and they
Ladies Auxiliary working pressed him that the island
wanted home.
to
again. Post 5693 of Opa-locka ..........get.. needed a doctor. After his
iNE i- and other neighboring postsare training he returned and dedicated -
_____ invited. Alfred Moss, a native of his life to the serviceof
Lovely Bay, Acklins, has his people. '

been appointed manager of The $182,000 Health Center -
The star Light Comman- the new City Market on Rob- under construction at
t -- '- dary No. 38 will meet Sunday, inson Road, Nassau. Jean Deadman's Cay, Long Island,

ATTAN CONCLAVE-Humble Oil sent a ten-man contingent of professionalters June J2 at 3 p.m. at the Ma- Carroll, general manager and is to be named the David

to the four-day annual meeting of the National Association of Market sonic nail on Pembroke Road. senior vice president of the Simms Memorial Health Centerfor
Members
of the
in New York City. While in Manhattan the Knight Tem company made the announ ce- him.
opers group scheduled one-day plars' Lodge, please be pre
ment on April 27. He has been
Ton on human relations and community relations activities and goals with sent. Obediah Seymour, E. employed by the firm four ............ t
Lny representatives from northeastern and mid-Atlantic Commander.Joe +
marketing regions, years and was manager of the
lew York office and Humble's headquarters in Houston, Texas. The oil comp- Market Street store for the T. A. Thompson, I.S.Q.,

1 delegation to the NAMD meeting included representatives from five statese Turnquest, his mother past year. A.C.P., a former inspector and
of Columbia. and brother, returned Monday, ............ superintendent of schools with
District for
Stopping a moment the
near statue of
Prometheus June 6, from their visit to Rudolph Pyfrom, ex-com- the Board of Education, diedat
ckefeller Plaza, from left above, are James S. Avery, New York office; Nassau, Bahamas. missioner at Mayaguana, was the Pri ncess Margaret Hos-

lh D. Jackson, Washington, D. C.; Edward A. Parrish, Westchester County, acquitted in the Supreme Courton pital April 21 at the age of

I; William C. Cammack, Jr., Long Island N. Y.; W. N. Farlie, regional public a charge of falsifying his 77. A native of Hopetown,

Ions manager, Baltimore, M. D.; Clifton R. Brooks, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jameseen The St. James Primitive accounts and stealing $6,860 Abaco, lie served as educatorfor

New York City; George H. Adams, New York City; Charles I A. Thomas, Baptist Church is having its while he held office. In last over headmaster 40 years and of the was oldBoys' the "

irk, N. J. J. E. Grady, regional public relations Pelham Woman's Day program Sunday, April last year Pyfrom was
manager, N. Y.; June 12. The speaker for the transferred from Mayaguana to central School. He was "
M. West, Baltimore, Md.; Charles A. Carter, regional office, Pelham, N. Y.; morning is Mrs. Leola McCoyof Sandy Point, Abaco. The principal of the Western Senior

|D. Warren, Washington, D. C. and C. A. Lloyd of Humble headquarters, Hous- West Hollywood She has charges were made againsthim School at the time of his appointment !

Iso attending t the sessions, but not shown above, was Charles W. Armstead, taken religious education in two months later. He was as inspector. He i
Florida Memorial College.Rev. defended by Barrister Paul retired from the Education '
ber of Humble's district marketing staff in that city. The National Associa-
A. J. Hall, pastor. Adderley. Department 15 years ago and 4
Market Developers held its conference at the Park Sheraton Hotel. joined the Ministry of Tourism ;
************
Grand Bahama is paying a as an accountant and statis-
tian and went Into retirement '
high price for the progressand
prosperity it is enjoying.A last May because of ill health.

recent report showed it had
*****.****
117 traffic accidents in the

past year, with four deaths
Thursday- June and 64 injured. Drunken driv- LIU a Oradiner, a native of
9 South
,
Free Chest X-Rays will be Miami popping Center, U.S. ing jumped from eight in 1965to Turks Island, was killed and
available on the Christmas six other persons injured in a
.. No. at 17 in the foist four monthsof
.... 1 S.W. 62nd Avenue. head-on collision at
.;to., ,;" .Il'it......, ...'... ,....,_. ,,t"f" .., ft .,_. Jo Unit Seal of Mobile Dado-Monroe Chest X-Ray Hours: 12-3 and 4-7. this year although convic- Grand Bahama Saturday Freeport night,
Tuberculosis tions have increased.
Friday June Malcolm
10
5
and Reapiratory Disease ************ April 26. The 44yearoldwoman
EARL EDWARDS PROP. Ross Senior
Center, 1861 NW who lived at Sea Grape
Association, for all Raymond Allison Martin,
28th St. Hours Fri., 9-12 and
ONE 759-8422 4480 .... 7TH AVE. Dade County residents 18years 1-4. about 31, was charged in the was killed instantly. Roger ,
1 of age and over, at the court at Rock Sound, Eleu- Garland and Maynard Thomaswere
Monday, June 13, Edison flown for medical
following locations to Nassau -
: thera on April 23, with the
Courts Senior Center, 6200 treatment. Carl Carter, and
murder of Amos Strachan, 24,
NW 3rd Ave. Hours 9-12 and
Clinis Taylor were taken to
The crime was committed the
1-4. the Grand Bahama Clinic.
Tuesday, June 14. Bureauof night before at Wemyss Bight
driver of
Gerald Russell, one

BUYING A NEW CAR ? ? !Virginia 1-4. Commercial Key. Hours Fisheries 9-12 and, chan's where knife.neck both Martin was men was slashed lived.taken Stra-witha to Hen of field the were cars,also and detained Bradford at ,'

the Grand Bahama Clinic.
f Nassau and lodged in Her
Wednesday, June 15,Jewish Carlos Gardiner was the driverof
'I Majesty's prison. The date
vocational
Service NW
318
the death car. lie was not
has not been set for prelimi-
ff I ,
1 25th I St. Hours 10-1 and 2- injured.
I,430. nary hearing.

i Cedric Simms, 22, was ************

fatally injured in a traffic acci- /

: East Coast dent just after midnight, April Leroy Mcintosh, a mechanic -
22 when he lost control of the helper was fined $280 in

Tailors' car he was driving south on the Magistrate's Court at

Blue Hill Road. The vehicle Freeport and his driving license
FEATURING THE NEW ran off the road, uprooted several suspended for four

DAK SLACK SUIT larger trees, then slammed months for driving his car in a ,

SAVEFinance 'Unclaimed Pont for Sole into a palm tree. lie died almost manner that forced childrenand

Alterations :and RemodelingFAST instantly. lie was a son adults to "take the bushesfor
SERVICE of Commissioner C. N. Simms. safety." Another offenderwas

sen t to prison four months
111 NW 62 ST.PL,83901 .
************
and for
Your '66 Car with Our years.disqualified drivingfour

A cuff while you wait Dr. David Simms, 36 of
'Anytime" Simms, Long Island, died at **********


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MINISTERS-DEACONS'

UNION MEETS IN I CHURCHES OF

FLORIDA CITY CHRIST, SCIENTIST

1
"Great Peace have they
New Mt. Zion Baptist
l i which love thy law: and nothing
Church, Florida City, ROT. '
"
shall offend them".
H. W. Moss, pastor, was hostto
This promise from Psalms will
the Ministers' Union. ,of { j of the
n 1 i be part Responsive
Atlantic Coast Baptist Association -
Reading at Christian Science
last weekend.In .
church services this Sunday.
spite of the
inclemencyof Subject of the Bible Lessonis
the weather the sessionswere
"God the Preserver of
quite inspiring and
some Man." The lesson includes
of them attended.
well I the story of Daniel and his
The Community Choir
sane three fellow captives whose
on Thursday night and
Mayor spiritual steadfastness in
Tomassi of Florida
City was
worshipping only God preserved -
those who made
among welcome them from harm in the

addresses. ...rwGS.i..Mt$ lion's den and the "fiery fur-

delivered Challenging.by the messages Rev. A.were'C.S.. aarlll.plisf! Association Has Spirit Fillid Uiioi Meatier nance.Among" the related pas-

Crawford, Rev. J. H. John-
sages to be read from the
son, Rev. Ernest Williamsand
Rev. I. C. Mickins. Th The Ministers and Deaf G. O. Dove and choir were in ed in passing out envelopeswith another vibrating sermon and textbook are these lines:

choirs of New Mt. Zion, New cons Union,working under the charge. Following in the afternoon the words imprinted service. "The central fact of the Bibleis

Bethel and Mt. Olivette rendere jurisdiction of the Seaboard there was a most interesting "Help Us to Hold On." At Sunday morning found the the superiority of spiritual

d music' Baptist Association of Florida, discussion engaged the close of the campaign District President in charge of. over physical power The

The Deacons' session Saturday Rev. I. S. Clark, president, in by the ministers of the Mrs. Smith presented the donations ,the BTU and Sunday School, calm and exalted thought or

morning with vic and the Rev. W. H. Edwards, union, which was conductedand to the pastor, Rev.W. Deacon Frank Ross. The lesson spiritual apprehension is at

president Deacon A. J. Hanna moderator, closed out a most narrated by the moderatorof H. Washington, as a taught was "The Fall of peace.

presiding, was very in-, successful union meeting on the council. Rev. W. E. 'little token of the group's Samaria" At 11 ajn. the Rev. You are always welcometo

teresting. May 29. Pictured above is a Sims. That thought-provoking concern for the continuationof W. K. Smith, choirs, usher- attend services at 11 a.m.

Pastor Moss, who is also sampling of the august crowds subject was "The Preacher." the church's growth."' boards and congregation were Sun. 8 p.m. Wed., and to visit

president of the Union, and which poured into New Philadelphia Then in the evening coming to Another highlight of this in charge of the morning see.vice the Reading Room Mon & Fri.

his people, were highly commended Missionary Baptist us by chartered bus from Ft. Union Meeting was the Young Every round went higher 1 to 3 Wed. 6 to 7:45 p.m.

for their royal enter- Church, 420 NW 40th St. The Lauderdale were the Rev.G. Matrons. This colorful groupof and higher, and the hearts of Young People to age 20 are

tainment. meeting was successful, because W. Phillips, choir and con young Christian ladies those who listened to the man invited to attend Sunday

The next meeting of the it carried .with it the gregation. Again, everyonewas wore pink dresses and pre of God preach, burned within School at 11 a.m. Nursery

Union will be held in Octoberat spirit and the fire, which shaken, filled to the seated themselves adorned them. Culminating at 2 p.m., care provided for small child-

Ebenezer, West Palm lasted throughout the three appropriately for their parton the Rev. Roscoe Jackson, ren at all services.

Beach, Rev. J. A. King, pas-
tor. i meet May 27-29, 1966. ladies were in charge. These were truly in chargand

Off to an excellent start on ladies brought a stirring pro- The Rev. W. M.Slater,choir control of the situation.This eSALTER'S CHAPELRev.

Thursday night, the meeting gram. Mrs. W. K. Smith, president and congregation were in climaxical point broughtto

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA was accelerated into high was in charge. We at charge of the 11 a.m. service a close a most successful II. J. Benson, pastor

gear, when the Rev. Andersonof Philadelphia owe a great Saturday morning. Once again, Union Meeting. Flossie Marshall, reporterIn

Community Baptist Church, deal of thanks to this pray- the Lord filled the church with Those attending the Union
spite of all the rain
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor choir and congregation came ing group of women, especially his spirit, for the Seaboard's I Meeting expressed sincere
Sunday morning large crowd
a
Willie Beard to the rostrum. Building his its president, Mrs. .Smi th. Ministers and Deacons Union .appreciation to the host
J. Reporter attended the
subject around Naaman the In sensing the needs of New boasts of carrying a revival church, Christian Baptist, morning services

The program for our Pas- King, Rev. Anderson spoke Philadelphia, Mrs. Smith led that quakes. Later that even- Rev. O. D. Williams, pastor, 1 and communed. Rev. Benson

tor's Third Anniversary is: from the subject, "Too High." her missionary ladies to do ing, the Rev. Paul Freeman, for the courteous and prompt- brought to us a very inspiring

On Tuesday night, Rev. Friday morning for the 11 what they could to help.These choir, usherboard, and con- like service rendered them 'message.

W. M. Slater and congregation a.m. worship hour, the Rev. busy but untiring ladies assist- gregation t followed with yet throughout the meetina.BAHA'IS Brother We were Arthur very happy Thorpe to who see

of Day Spring M.B. Church I has been very ill in the 'past.

will be in charge. Auxiliariesin MT. ZION A.M.E. TEMPLE BAPTIST NEW MT. MORIAHRev. ASSEMBLYThe We have missed him at his
charge-Deacons and Dea-
OAKLAND PARK post as an usher.He is a very
coness Boards, Missionary A. L. Shipp, pastor
and Miss Emma Thompson,reporter The Missionary Society, Baha'is of North Dade faithful member.
Society the Young Women's Evelyn L. Souter, reporter
Mrs. Florence Hepburn, president will celebrate Race Unity There will be a great
Auxiliary. Welcome ad- The fifth Sunday was Missionary
will sponsor a dinner, with breakfast Children's Day Sunday. The
Day a picnic
dress, Sis Letta Kelly, Remarks Day at Mt. Zion. Our Prayer is a wonderful thing main
Saturday, June 18 at the homeof | program will be at 11
Sunday, June 12, at 9 a.m., i in
Dea. W. L. Light pastor, Rev. Orisby: was in We were so happy to have our
Mrs. Eva Gibson, comer of ..Greynolds Park in North Miami a.m. Mrs. Willie Mitchell, a
bourne. Boynton to preach the Men's pastor with us Sunday morn
and
NW 5th Place 19th St. Beach. principal in the Broward
Day' sermon and Rev. D. A. ing. Even though be is still
On Wednesday night Rev.W. Donation one dollar. The Baha'is of Miami will county school system, will be
E. Sims and congregation Franklin carried out the morning The men of Temple are weak and not yet well, God hold the main speaker. She is the

of New Hope M.B. Church will worship assisted by Rev. set for their annual Men's enabled him to be with us,. a Race Unity Day tea, daughter of Rev and Mrs.
Gibbs Austin. In the after- just for a little while. So we Sunday, June 12 from 3 to 5p.m. '
be in charge. Auxiliaries in Day observance. Despite at the home of Mrs. Doris, II. J. Benson. Miss Bernice
charae-S\D1day School, Pas- noon, Rev. Walker and congregation rainy weather last Saturday, are still asking all of you foryour Ward is chairman.
Appleton 56th
478 NE Street.
tor's Aid Club, BTU, Helping from Collier City their push-off dinner was a continuing prayers for The public is cordially i oThe Missionaries will holda
Hand Club. Welcome address- rendered service for Sister will him that he may get strongerand
success. They sponsor a vited to attend both meetings. meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday.
Mytrice Murray. Remarks by Austin in the Baby Contest. "Trip Around the Country" be back with us as be Race Unity Day was instituted Sister Claudia is the presi-

Deacon A. Drekell.On Baby Sapp won first prize and later this month. Watch for fore. the National
by
dent.Don't
Thursday night, Rev.C. Baby Thomas won second the date. Chairman Stafford Rev. W. F. Tanner will deliver Spiritual Assembly of the forget the birth month

H. Smith and congregation prize. The amount raised was Bain and Co-chairman Dea- the morning message Baha'is of the United States,' rally. Mrs. C. Glenn is the pro-

will be in charge. Auxiliariesin $215.80. con Alfred Dean are asking Sunday. in its belief that this is the sident. she needs your support

charge-Choir No. 1 and We are all saddened by the all the co-workers Sand friendsto day of the oneness of mankind in the heating program.
will be
Usher Board No.1, Junior recent removal of our pastor pull with them. There an after as promised by Christ Mrs Rosa Lee Moore attended -

Church, Sis. Rosa Lee Mc- Rev. James A. Grisby from us The junior ushers will ter- service program Sunday night when He spoke of the one the funeral of her sis-
to St.John AME Church, South minate their and No. 3 Choir (Juniors) will ter
Clendon. Remarks by Dea. King Queen fold and one shepherd. Mrs. Casion Sunday in
Bernard Williams.On Miami. Rev. Grisby had all Contest Sunday afternoon,have at a .program Sunday evening Haines City, Fla. She has our
3The
plans approved for an addi folk deepest
June 19. The young are sympathy.
Friday night, Rev. Paul tion and full renovation of Mt. going all out to make the af- pastor's anniversarywill MT. CARMEL
Freeman of Zion Hope and
Zion ,and even the loan had fair and ask- be June
at
a success, are 19 3 p.m.
congregation will be in charge. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
been approved, so we are at a ing their friends to vote for Visitors always welcome. GRACE
Auxiliaries in charge-Choir loss. Louise McGriff, reporter
Before
Rev. Grisby them A spicy program is promised
and Usher Board No. PRESBYTERIANRev.
No. 2 2,
came to us we were a forgotten for the occasion. We had a wonderful timeSunday.
Male Chorus. Welcome address -
Sis. Eunice McCully. people. He came and organized The pastor wishes to ex- Our pastor. delivered W. F. Savoy, Pastor
a choir and injectednew press heartfelt appreciationto DOUI morning ana evening
Remarks by Deacon Vandell life in the church all ANTIOCH M. 3. Both This
the Pulpit Aid Board for the messages. were great. Sunday morning, we
Bovan. around and we all loved and presentation made by Presi- (NEW LIBERTY CITY) We had an inspirational will have the service of con-

On Sunday night, Rev. admired him and Mrs. Grisby, dent M. E. Stevens in behalfof Rev. A. H. Basis, pastor Communion service. ,firmationAt: seven thirty

Readers,,of Williams Chapel, 'but the best of friends must the board Sunday. 'Mrs Annie Whipple, reporter On Sunday afternoon at 3,'p.m. the Sunday School will

Homestead and congregation I part. God bless them in their the children will have their present an inspiring Child
The first
be in charge. Auxiliaries in 'new field.Readers, pray for our Sunday of the program. Please come out and'be ren's Day Program.
month
and services
General Church. Weic l success. were very with them. This Tuesday
charge- evening, at

Brown. Remarks by Deacon FIRST BAPTISTOF 1742 NW 3rd Avenue sermons were delivered the No. 2 Usher Board summer/ series of Bible study
with
holy ghost power whichI will have their anniversary.The with '
the
Henry Jefferson. Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastorOn St. Mary's Wesleyan
BROWNSVILLERev. am felt in
sure was the
t Rev. Atchinson and con- Methodist Church
hearts Rev. H. V.
of all.
Davis last Sunday, we. were gregation will render service.On Stuart pastor. Members and
W. M.
pastor Let us pray for the sick and the fourth
blessed Sunday, the friends
by two are invited
inspirational to come to
Donella
Mrs. Turner, reporter shutins.We .
DRAKE MEMORIAL sermons.: The morning sermon Willing Workers Club will this joint study series. The

The members and friends of : "The Lord Will Make AWay also invite you to visit have their anniversary. Come address of St. Mary's 4795

Rev. R. Armstrong, pastorof First Baptist, wish the pastor Somehow," emphasized with us on Sunday or weekly and be with them. NW 8th Avenue.

Providence Baptist Church success in his revival in Albany the fact that no matter what service. Come to church and ,.

Gonzales, Texas, will preach Ga. We are also thank- obstacle stands in our way"The have your spiritual mind and ---- - -- -

soul enlighten.Our t ." "'_. .... .... ,
Sunday night at 7 at Drake ful to our associated ministers Lord Will Make a W.y ..
'I I"1Db
Memorial. Everyone is invited for doing .a fine job in Somehow." congratulations to the .: .ADS.,

to bear this great evangelist. carryii .wt. :;Boa ..epic. The sinning mtrmtn, '"I No' | Usbar. Board for a mmfic .I H- ..I.i"t t

ftenJ.. *. DunaU' put<<. ,- .,.io*. :s oY; -.ohst's -blpest'ltfn'fiis Dselv, italad-' :)? jrtfMtl tfoac far this '

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THE MIAMI 'TIMES Friday June 10 1966 15
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South Florida Conference A.M.E. Laymen Hold Quarterly SessionGlenn NEW J JPROVIDENCE

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1st palm Beach The troduced by Mrs. Lula Baldwin West
I Florida Conference AMB president of the West Plans Miami District. Mrs. Queen West, Mrs. Lil- this meeting. Rev. Walter Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor }
tn met in quarterly ses- Palm Beach District Lay Or- the were finalized for lian Stewart and Mrs. Nellie White, an aspirant for the Claudia Wilson, reporter <
forthcoming
I May 29 at Paine Chapel ganization. Mrs. Taylor sounded convention that state lay Byars. Bishopric and pastor of St. 1Sunday
Church of which Rev. the gavel, calling the will be held Laymen's philosophy was Paul AME, Tampa, was a is Youth Day at our '1'
July
J Johnson is pastor, Rev. session to attention for busi- Church 6-8, Opa-locka.at Mt. Hermon' AME discussed by Messrs. Cherry, pleasant visitor. lie gave observations church. The youth have been *

|. Williams, presiding eld- ness. She said that as we takea that had been Committees Glenn, Ferguson, Mrs. Mar- and felicitationsfor very busy planning a beautiful '

d the Right Rev. E. C.her retrospective glance of the appointed stated previously garet Carey and other loyal. which the laymen gave a program for your enjoyment. 'r
i presiding prelate. past, we, the laymen can feel ings and pledged their their find- laymen. standing ovation.A Plan now to attend.
proud of our work and the many efforts Appearing on program were liberal offering was tak- The Pastor's Aid Club
i lior to the business seen problems solved. to make this the greatest con- Mesdames Queen West and en for the disabled laymen. will sell dinners in the kitchen

the host church serv- The minutes of the pre- vention Florida in the history of Minnie L. Mosely. Both sang Total contributions and other .of the church Saturday. You ,

Je delegation with a very vious meeting was read by the elected laity. Delegates beautiful and inspirationalsolos funds paid amounted to may stop by or call for deli- <
fable Their hos- to the state meet were (
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menu. recording secretary, Mrs. Mary that brought a cres-''$1,077.08. Mrs. Taylor pre- very. J
Mrs.
|ty will forever linger in Colden. The following district Bernice S. Henderson, cendo of applause. Also ap- sided with pomp and dignity, Preaching services for our <
hearts of those who atId. presidents reported their con- Elmo Ft. pierce District; Mr. St. pearing on program was Rev. expressing her appreciation revival meeting will begin on i

tributions: Samuel T. Piper, Beach Greaux District, West palm Brown, pastor of the AME and thanks for work accom- Monday night June 13 thru J,
Y omptly at 2:00( p.m. the Ft. Pierce District; Mrs. Lula Bowe ; Mrs. Ellen church at Dania. lie spon- plished. Closing remarks and 24th. Rev. W. M. Boyd of Al- ,
1. jng was opened with ant Baldwin, West Palm Beach N. Miami District; Mrs. sored a greyhound bus that benediction were given by bany, Qa. Revivalist. Plan (
Christia Lee Cooper, Miami brought his now to attend and bring a (,
devotion by Mr. E. J. District; Willie Fletcher in District congregation to Rev. T. S. Johnson.
( and Mrs. Porter, frl..ntt_ '.'
Ile f conference chaplain. absentia) North Miami Dis- West Miami District. Alter-
lie conference president, trict Zack
; Ferguson
Miami nates
were: Mrs. Lillia D.
[ Irene L. Taylor, was In- District, and Mrs. Cornelia. Hodgins, Mrs. Terri Toles, F WE SHIP AND: ,PACK FREE TO THE BAHAMAS g i


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s The Seventy-eighth Annual held at 8 p.m. with the District EASY TERMS 0 {
sion of the District Grand Grand Director Mr. R. L. Foxx It t I

ge No. 27 and District presiding. Music was renderedby
sehold of Ruth No. 16, the phoirs of the church.

.0. of O.F., held their Welcome addresses were given

ual meeting at Ft. Pierce, by many prominent citizens of C wM
rida May 2-3. Guest House- the city including County I

d of Ruth No. 3717 and Commissioner Mr. W, M. Mo-

I erokee Lodge No. 7270. Cain. Responses were made by
The executive board meet- the D.G.M.N.G. Mrs. Edna

was called at 3:30 P.m. Mapp and D.G.D. Mr. T. Boni-

the District Orand Most vy. Following the program, we I 1
ble Governor Mrs. Ednapp were invited to the O.F. Hall .
and District Grand for a delicious repast.
REV.EDWARDT.GRAHAM
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rthy Recorder Mrs., Grace Tuesday morning, at 9, the 1 1k
nnett presiding, Monday, gavel was sounded.Host M.N.G. The officers and membersof w I i 1

y 2 at Bethel Baptist Mrs. Ella Henderson presiding. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, :

urch, Cor. Avenue D andth After receiving the grand of- request your presence at the \1 1'I
St. Rev. C. Bryant, pas- ficers, the gavel was turned Appreciation Services honor- ,. ? 1I'

T, which was the seat of the over to the District O.M.N.O. ing our beloved minister Rev. :ar ; .,. GORGEOUS LIVING ':

and Household of Ruth Mrs. Edna Mapp. The meet-, Edward T. Graham, June 19, WITH DELUXE ROOM (

ssions. ing was opened for business. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Gogo.u. SUITE,

Many important district Everyone present was happyto 301 NW 9th Street. .r a v ', ant In e/teil 2'ftc', d.ceruter. ,," suite; wi/h, i
oblems were discussed and Hattie Smith from ., (on"'lIef' buey. I
see Mrs. '
service ''
Morning at 11:00. 2feshlen/abl. Ir/vnnin/
..
''n, .
arified. We had the honor of Delray Beach, Fla., the oldest Speaker: Rev. Charles B. and 2 P{II//.... COCL,01,'"b' 10 $ "'" )

ving our Worthy Grand Pre- member of the Dist. 0.11.11. of Daily, First Baptist Church, 1 Choic.o/co/on.' : J 19,O
ite Mrs. Roxanna Johnson She r
Ruth No. 16 present. has.
Jacksonville, Fla.
om Jacksonville, Fla., member for p ,l
pre- been a 73 years. service I ?
Evening at 7:00.:
ent with us in our board Reports from all committeeswere
Presentations. June .
17.MEN'S
eeting who solved many very good.
oblems for us. The District G.R.N.G. Mrs.

The Past District G.M.N.G. Olive B. Dyson presented a

rs. Sikes was unable to be gift to the D.O.M.N.O. Mrs. E. / A
esent at this meeting be- Mapp from the district in ap- I
DAY
use of illness of her husnnd. preciation. Physically, she r-

Mrs. Minnie Aikens, one was not able to carry on the AT CHRIST -

jf the district grand deputies, meeting like she wished, but EPISCOPAL CHURCHThe : \

as absent because of the we all realized she did her

eath of her husband, whoas best. We were happy to have of
Laymen's League
funeralized Sunday, May her present.
Christ Episcopal Church will
tin Madison, Fla. The 37th B.M.C. meeting (
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have their annual Men's Day,
At this meeting,the M.N.O. will be held this year, August :
Sunday, June 12. The guest
fid W.R. Council were formed. 8-16 in New Orleans, La. We
minister for the 730am. morn-
5:30: p.m. the Annual Teaas had ten members in atten-
ing service will be the Rev. '
sponsored by Mrs. Effie dance at the meeting from BEDROOM I
Thedford Johnson of St. John FASHION\ )
Jussell and her committee, Miami. Thus, closed a very Baptist Church. The publicis BIG\ US BEDD\NG\\ \ .. 77 (
as held on the patio of the successful meeting highly 'YEfAMO\ : k cllmo"" ". r / ,
also invited to the afternoon SUi with .wa LItg.YCiud .
urch.. The host Household of spiritually and financially.We b eIoo'", omtortt"
program at 4:00 P.m. which Tram.term ;o\u.o\ "nod.R''
/
uth No. 3717 served for the all praying that our /
we
b.auh!.It" par /
its or
will have as participantsmany a' c h..1 $11900m' /
casion. Mrs. Russell was District G.M.N.G. Mrs. Edna '' '' ,pIIng anlleIo"or 1
well known civic lead- .
ry pleased with the attendee Mapp will be well soon. ers in Greater Miami.lADUATIONll hOCl'cllloa''d',' e2 .looP""g" pltmafr \ :
and finance. [Mrs. Marguerite Thomp- i

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wishes to give flowers to trictwas a visitor. He preached ceive ourselves and the truth
If SOUTH those who were' thoughtful for us. is not in us."
during the graduation ceremony On our sick list are Lade Rev. W. J. Allen pastor;
DADE NEWS of her grandson, who Blake,Mrs. Thelma Allen,Mrs. Mrs. Jean Tpwsend, reporter. EDISON Specials
' completed his studies at La Jean' Townsend and Anna
Salle High School. They include GroveftM. 1U'0havi/ ; &r. a party 'I " 'I" "
!'f The following persons Mrs.Oussie Payne, Mrs. sale at the home of Mrs.Townsend -
were recently elected as Dorothy Risivary and others. 0150 SW 176th St., Saturday Join the OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
officers of R. R. Moton PTA: May God bless all of you. June 11' at 8 p.m. 1345 NW 86 STREET
Mrs. Geenga, |.C99P T,r presi come ;out and help
dent; Mrs. Edmond Rogers Best wishes to Miss Mattie them/01 g'A NAACPKING $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof,
l. vice presidentM\lmeta Saunders Walker, a graduate of May. Bought for today: "If fenced yard, city water. $250 down FHA. No
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ADS Jackson Club Eases BROWNSVILLE HONOR
' High SOCIETY HOLDS

INDUCTIONThe
)1 IS WORDS OR LESS $1.25. 5( FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. TensionsA
Integration Ida Ratcliffe Chapterof
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED
ADS WEDNESDAY NOON the National Honor Societyof
I I ,........--- Brownsville Junior High

FOR SALE group of male studentsat day subject. The students al I School presented in combina-
I FOR SALENo HELP WANTED the racially mixed Miami talk about it comfortably,"1. don its inauguration and induction -'

Jackson High School NW ho. said. i ceremonies. The honor -
I Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. Graduate on
)nth total. $200 down Closing Costs while or dropout earn 36th St- has organized club VISION members admitte:( students, ..under the sponsorship ,
bOOO learn
leshly painted Big 100'xl25 Modem CBS new NW 79th tician.you to be a beau- called VISION (Very 'Important there was some tension at the, of Mist Marguerite Ptack*
St., front Day or night classes. beginning. But this has conducted'a well orderedand
Owner 3733304.NO carport porch. jalousie International Students in Our Neighborhood eased 1 ney,
t. windows, appliances, 221-7411 Beauty School ) the purpose of whichis off and things are as normalas effective candlelight ceremony
Bargain at $10.500 with $250 or 757-9515. Jul29 to lessen race tensionsand they tan be right now,** which symbolized the
CLOSING COSTS down and $64.11 month. to promote good race rem Coffey said. The club plans presentation of such qualities
Experienced
bedroom, 2 bath in heart ofiII10r Key at Life Realty, Broker, waitresses. Royal lations. for expansion. *. character, leadership, citi'xerunip -
Park. Tile roof, carrt. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Ave. Drive In. 6840 NW 15th Principal Don aid Burroughs Members felt that a major 'and service toward

Jalousie window, awn- Open Sunday said the club was organized need is a VISION club for,"which the National Junior
.s. Owner will make this in response to a series' of girls. Racial tension among Honor Society strives.
like new and its on 52nd No RCA Service Co. has open- the have The of the
use Closing Costs ing for small inter-racial incidents at boys been disappear* Highlight program ,
I. near 15th Ave. Price only Beautiful general office girl with the school threatening good ing rapidly at Jackson, but was the presence of Mrs..
3,200 with $400 down ando CBS tile roof, Fla pleasant telephone voice. racial relations there. the problem is more noticeable Ida T. Ratcliffe, former prIncipal ,

[( month. Life Realty, Brok- room dows carport jalousie win- Must type. Qxxi pay. Call Mr. He said that Jackson's among the girls, the boys of Brownsville, and the,
appliances Greene
f, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9- Price only front with porch. pointment.at 634-0631 for ap- awadent body is composed of agreed. person for whom the chanter'
71. Open Sundays.NO down and $12.500 $400 three distinct cultural Among future projects be'was named. Mrs. Ratcliffe addressed
at Life $75.67 month. Key groups: Negroes, white North hog planned by the group are the student body on
CLOSING COSTS Realty, Broker, 4932 KINDERGARTENIf Americans and Latin Americans "big brother" idea, under the merits of the lion or Society
bedroom CBS on 2 lots. NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. you want your child to mainly Cubans. which older VISION members task and putting forth every

arge garage with workshop, Open evenings and Sundays have an interesting summer, VISION was organized and will form friendship with new effort to do it well. The members '

trge front porch,large kitchen, call 633-2306 or 635-4831. is run entirely by students.It comers to the high school, of the Society and its
ppliances. Price only $13.000 $8,600 total price. $53 month, Planned outings, free snacks, now has 20 boys of different especially "loners and out- adviser presented Mrs. Rat-,
lith $400 down and $84 mo. 2 bedroom, large kitchen, free transportation,hot meals. racila backgrounds and aiders who might have cliffe with a lovely white carnation .
Life Broker beautiful oak floors, with sewers June trouble getting along with in :
Realty, 4932 NW 17 academic standing in the corsage appreciation'
Jth Ave. PL 94371. Open and city water. Drive by CAB DRIVERS. APPLYat school. their schoolmates; and a for her inspiring qualities of
1160 NW 31 St. Hurry don't small
Ives scholarship award annually leadership and service.
Sundays. miss this Society Cab office, 269 NW Commenting: on the setup
one. Call JE 1-6902. to help a student attending The officers of the
--- 21st St.Barber John Coffey,'one of the members Brgwns-
NO CLOSING COSTS said "Most of the people a trade school, ville Honor Society for the
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One
Like new 3 bedroom CBS in3UfIche waterfront lot. located in 1965-66 Judy Carter
wanted at Roy's with problems could not be year are: ,
Park.Awning windows, SUmmerland Key Cove, Key reached by student. president; Victoria Ponder,
Barber a
Shop, 6349 NW 7th
West, Fla. Call 265-5817 or RETIREMENT PARTYA
arge yardfreshly painted in Ave. Phone 751-9112. Burroughs said that vice; Marcia McDonald, secretary
ltde and out. Price only wick trite Ga.p. o. Box 545, Bruns- Indf. VISION members "can talk Retirement Party was and Marian Alexander,

9,500 with $300 down and the language of all groups held May 16, 1:30 p.m. in the treasurer. The members are
}57 month. Key at Life Realty BY OWNER here at Jackson, They can Dade County Children's Home Nadine Alexander, Marilyn
oker, 4932 NW 7th Ave.L communicate with all of the at Kendall in honor of Mrs. Edwards, Linda Hodges, Ed-
9-4371. Open Sundays and FOR RENT NO DOWN PAYMENT students. Mattie Brown who has been ward Jones Melvin Jones,

venings "These boys have influ- house parent of the home for Sylvester Martin, Delores My-
2 bedroom house. Call 1546 NE 152 TERRACE Farley Neasman William
: 754- ence where my influence ten years. ers, ,
NO CLOSING COSTS 0977. $57 MONTHLY could possibly stop." She received many gifts Page, Rosa Reeder, Ellis
---- mm The Group from the staff certificate Rowe, Michelle Storr, Wendie
Like new CBS,duplex in Alla- sponsors programs a
attah area, large patio with Neatly furn. room in private 2 bedroom, CBS, beoaty, at the school, including from Burdine's Store and a Williams, Costello Woods and
home for the right Phone tile roof, dining room, Eleanor George.. Virgil Lad-
awning, jalousie windows, party. film night and a trophy that certificate of Merit from theprogram
I Spanish tile floors, appliancesPrice 691-1428,7002ft NW 15th Ave. near schools Old bases. that will be awarded every committee.Mrs. .son was made honorary member -

( only $11,800 with $400 -- Daytime: Call 635-4595 year to a student outside the Brown extends thanks because of his success inqualifying
(down and $88 month pays all. Room in private home for neat Night: Call 226-1481 club wgo does the most to'to everyone for kindnesses' for a $3,000 schol-
(Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW clean person. 691-0425. improve race relations, but shown her. May God bless :arship to Lawrenceville Prep

17th .*ve. PL 94371. Open members of the club fell their each of you. School.
[Sundays.NO. Real nice clean one large major contribution is the croon -
LEGAL NOTICE
bedroom house lovely yard of better understanding.

two adults, $24 wk., lights Notice Under Fictitious Name Coffey said, "the very COIN LAUNDRY ATTENDANT

CLOSING COSTS and water furnished no pets. Law presence of VISION membersand Elderly person wasted, $20 week pUt room. Light
( Beautiful waterfront bed- 4042 NW 23rd Ave. 226-5036 the fact that other stu- work keen.On
3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN but long .
room, CBS, Garage, tile roof, or 6332429. that the undersigned desiringto dents know what they stand

I awning windows, awnings, air engage in business under for" prevents incidents because attractive, Intelligent woman to meet public
conditioners, wall to wall carpet Room. PL 8-4164, 1081 NW. the fictitious name of people respect these and work-foundry, dry cleaning and pressing machine -
.
I Fla room appliances etc. 61 St.Private COUSIN'S RECORD SHOP guys.Gene in coin operated laantry. Good salary for
$16,000 with $600 down and AND INCOME TAX SERVICEat Pace, VISION presi- light person.
home, 2 bedroom dent
added times
at club
$96.32 month. Life Realty number 2715 NW 54th Streetin
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL house, for information apply at the city of Miami, Fla. intends members have had to intervene COIN METER' COMPANY
4000 NW 5th Avenue.
9-4371. Open eves. Sundays. to register the said actively to prevent 520 NW 10 STREET
Sundays. with the clerk of the trouble, reasoning with their '
-- 3 bedruom furn. house wallto name Circuit Court of Dade County, schoolmates and persuadingthem Apply in Person Friday 5 p... to 7 ?...
NO wall carpet, Fla room, solar to calm down.
QUALIFYINGWe Fla.
have 2 homes in the Manor heater, elec. k itchcn, Dated at Miami, Florida, "You just can't walk in
Adults. No pets. $110 month. like
Park area that you can buy this 27th day of May, 1966. Batman and theyll see
with $500 down and move rightin. 564 NW 51 St. 754-9450. Albert Wellington Cooke,owner you and jump back," he said. FONTANA REAL ESTATE

Both have 2 bedrooms, car- May 27. June 3, 10, 17. "You're not a police force
Port, jalousie windows, awn- Furn. one bedroom apt. 775 just a peace treaty," said
ings and are nicely located.one NW 69th St.* water and elec. LEGAL NOTICE Bernard Strachan another ONLY THE FINEST PROPERTIES
free, adults only. member.
on NW 40th St., the otheron Notice under Fictitious Name VISION also attempts to 1101 NW 87 STREET WATERFRONT

NW 46th St. Furn.room kitchen, privileges, Law "reach out and bring boys who Pool-screened 'patio. Exquisite 3bedroon,2 both,

Keys at Life Realty, Broker, nice clean lady, intelligent, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN could go wrong into the most modem mitchen with built-in refrigerator,
4932 NW 7th Avenue. PL 9- private home. 691-2494. that the undersigned, desiring group," its president ex- freezer, oven and range. Central ducts and hi-fi
4371. Open evenings,Sundays. to engage in business under plained. system. Call for appointment to inspect.
.....-- the fictitious name of "We get them into the organization -
1811 NW 84th STREET Fern apt. with yard. For in- FACTORY METHOD TV and make them
Large formation call OX 1-2426. SERVICE I feel important' he said. CLOSE TO ABOVE PROPERTY
1 bedroom
duplex, Fla
room, near 84th St. and 18th at number 1211 NW 54th Streetin Principal Burroughs noted 3 bedroom, 2 both, castom-b ilt, CBS
the City of Miami, Fla. intends "a decided improvement" of
4ve. partly furnished. $22 Room in private home for a to register the said 4 discipline in his school and a $22,500 with excellent terms
Per week. Also studio apt. quiet? gentleman, 47th St. name with the clerk of the changed attitude about race
No.wk. 4 at 749 NW 61st St. $18 area. 634-9654. Dade County, Florida. I at Jackson High. 141 NW 50 STREET 4 BEDROOMS CBS
unfum.
no children, Ben-
Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. Dated at Miami, Florida, "In the beginning students 2ft bath, bvilt-in oven, range and bar, oak floors

.._, Deluxe' 3 bedroom apt. in this 27th day of May, 1966. c did not discuss race with one large tile patio porch, garage, tile roof, terracedlot.
--a. : Liberty City. Air condition Leonard Weiss, Owner anol'it '. It was kind of hush- Across street from school. Good terms.

Corner duplex, 2 bedroom ea. and heat, partly furnished, May 27; June 3, 10, 17. 1 hush topic. Now, it's an every

aide, income $80, near stores upstairs, carport. 2 entrances. I IF YOUR KIDS COME FIRST. .

bus. Central High, $14,200, Call Carey's Rental Agency See 520 NW 41st STREET. Very large 3 bedroom,

minimum 864-2196. down 2000. Call 371-3622. CBS HOMES NO CLOSING COSTS 2 bath, on huge fenced lots.

-- $300 DOWN $79.43 MO.
'Opa-locka area. 2 bedroom, $13,000 -
dining By owner, 2 bedroom home, 'unfurn. $18. 2 bedroom furn. 1. Three bedroom CBS, with carport, oak floors, tile CBS HOME PLUS COTTAGE
!
room, Fla room, awn- $24Can Mick-
light and water. 330 NW SIsfST FHA
Ings, double beautifUlly roof. $13,200
garage 681-8213.
ins Rental agency, $400 DOWN $82 MONTH
ciate.landscapedsee to. appre-' Indef 2. Four bedrooms, CBS, on fenced lot, near everything -

-- 7576507. custom built, low taxes. 325 NW 50 STREET :$9,900 TOTAL

3070 NW 41 St. near bus $250 DOWN $70.34 MO. w
$11,500 Completely furnished bedroom bath
line 4 2 2 story
CBS, 2 bedroom house, FOR SALE CBSenclosed porch freshly pointed,
1. TWO bedroom, residence. Low cosh
dining room, bath, ktichen,' no qualifying, 1 mortgage.
:awn living room, appliances, nice BY OWNER corporte, fenced yard. 734 NW 15 STREET

I 5398., reasonable, price. 691- Income property. 3 bed- 2. Two bedroom, CBS, convenient location, nicely $4 00 DOWN FHA $18 MONTHLYSolid

furnished large decorated inside.
room CBS cedar closet oak floors
HSRiclond garage, ,
Hats and house, rear 2 bedroom sprinkler tile roof total.
Carol THESE HOMES CAN BE BOUGHT FOR system, $12,000
city Dade "
area. $100 down and furn. duplex, '
"P. Mar-Dan Associates,Realtors Income $100 DOWN: VETS OR X-WAY 644 NW 47 TERRACE
1698 Coral Way. Call County Pine. NO QUALIFYING

HI 5-2357. Demeritte CE 5- $250 month. Total C.to CBS,2 bedroom, lovely fenced yard, bor-b-q-

5488--evenings. $12,500, adjoining lot, IISCAYNE REALTY, INCReg. excellent area.Clws. .

2 bed. custom built,

495 down repossession barWin CBS house. $12,000.All R.E. Broker Si FoitiM,

no qualifying: ,move right in very good con- 1094 NW 54 STREET
III, like new 3 bedroom, Fla dition. 572 NW 51 St. 6016 NW 1 AYE. 751CLASSIFIED -
rOom 754-309 ,
oak
floors _
water.
city
1849 NW 754-9450. ....::
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I te..eR'jS!' '' ","', ''';, ',, ,rr.("'1''1&\1'\:I I 3 MAYS HIGH' GRADUATESWIN Northwestern Wins RICOIlitiol!

,4" +{. "
SCHOLARSHIPSThree
(ffT, Y,r'\: 1 *. United Nations ContestThe
!> pot pourn\\ ; h
; ta ; Maya High Schoo 1 Mays' chapter of the National
14\'" n"V. "I<* :dl/ ;' graduates, rating one, two,, Honor Society and was sports
: : ;'! ,' ':'.,,'....' ', ,,',a and three in their class, have i I editor of the yearbook. twentieth annual

; ,, ,;. 8y 8ftf", !, ., La.E..DtOIit" ,. .. ,' won college scholarships.. Miss Givens, of 10751 SW United Nations Banquet was
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"I. t>ll'" ,"' : !' ", 1" I Seventeen-year-old wil I.. 148th St., will major in biology held Tuesday, May 24 at the 4 Y
i Ham Johnson, valedictorian,, and plans to be a research -Deefster in Southwest Miami.At 1
and Miss Lewanra Lassiter, biologist. She has won Miami Northwestern, the ',!"'; '
The 'time is here that we have all been looking 17, who ranks third in the several science fair awardsfor United Nations contest was 0,1, .
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forward to, summer,, the time for vacations, for laughterand graduating class, have won biological experimentsand given through the Youth .
gaiety. $3,000 annual grants to was a Silver Knight nominee intercultural Society, spon-
Rollins College. in general scholarship.Miss sored by Mrs.Lemmie Mitchell.In .
However many students both and sad
were happy ,
Ginger Givens, saluta- Lassiter, 10720 SW attendance from North-
for this year was their last year in high school. They torian, received a $4,000 full 148th St., Richmond Heights, western were: Mrs. Mitchell,
will long remember the days of enjoyment with their four-year scholarship to Howard will study premed at Rollins Annie Turner, Martha Spears j Ppr

classmates, wno they may never see again; or, men University.A before going to Temple Uni- and her mother, Mrs. Spears.In .:. k ,
teachers who will never scold them again, when they margin of two-tenths of a versity where she plans to the years that our school r ir
need it. point separated the valedictorian specialize in surgery and pe- has participated, this was the
and the salutatorianin diaf s. first time we had a winner.
Although they have long awaited graduationday
ago
their class standing. She is the winner of several Miss Annie Ruth Turner, vice
it will still be sad for these students
especiallythose Johnson lives at 14440 science fair awards, a trip to president of the Youth Inter-
who will not go to, college or other schools. Richmond Heights. lie plansto Cape Kennedy and was a ,cultural Society. ........... -
Those who are going on to school, will face most of major in biology or mathe- Silver Knight nominee inclenco. The speaker for the evening ANNIE TURNER
the same happiness of these school days. matics. He is president of was Dr. C. P. Idyll from
the University of Miami. He students who took the test ,
Many students will be on their own this year. there
spoke to us concerning the were only seven Dade
They will no longer depend on their parents for support, County winners. The
BUTLER WINS 1'U.N. and its connection with school
Rosemary Butler, 66 graduate -
but will seek themselves. This received
they jobs year more job of Booker Washington 'oceanography.The savings bonds, books,
offers will be available to high school graduates, than HOME ECONOMICS concerning the U.N., and cer.
High School, has been award- tificates
ever before; but, it is not for the unprepared to apply. AWARD ed the Crisco Trophy for out- awards were presented of distinction.The .

These are jobs that pay good salaries, have benefits, __ -o._...."'-- .. standing work in home economics i>y the Honorable Chuck Hall winners came from
md Mrs. L. Lewis, Palmetto, Carol City
George Norland
and give on the job training. They require good work +' f 1. ti t M x"w w at school. I president of the COral Gables and Immaculta. The honorable

habits.It. The coveted gold trophy (chapter of the United Nations mentions were from Northwestern -
is up to us to do our best while working and was presented to Rosemaryon .4 Association. Coral Gables, Coral
represent our employers well. Remember the employeris awards day.Rosemary Among the 1.000 or more Park and Miami High.

the one who increases our salaries or gives recom- daughter of Mr. .
mendations to a higher position. He will be the one to and Mrs. Elisha Nottage of f "

decide whether' or not you will keep the job or whetherhe continue 1458 NW 70th her SU studies She plans at Be-to *. 5 M.IM.IHS Graduate From I ITvsktgfte

needs to find someone to take your place. thune-Cookman College where I

Here are pointers to remember while on the job: she will be a freshman next ) Institute '

Be sure to report to work on time. fall. j ,

Do your work to the best of your ability. If you The presentation of the j: TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE assitance abroad.

find that there is something that will take a few more Crisco home economics award j Ala. The Administrator or "Economic assistancethe
minutes after your work hours to complete, then spend is to become an annual event Agency for International programs abroad are not
those few minutes completing it. at Booker T. Washington High .Development[ said here Man- standing in the way of putting

Be neat in appearance and dress appropriatelyfor School. Mrs. Elaine Adderly, lay that "economic and social more money into the Great
.rrr
head of the Home Economics here
Society at
programs
the job. progress; are not enough to
Department, at Booker T. elihome," Bell declared. "We
j prevent war, but they can
After have the work check it
you completed Washington, reports that it ninate major causes of conhave the resources to do both

for errors. _. provides "needed recogni-lic and wipe out the basis what is essential to security
Get a good understanding of the job, its back- tion for outstanding work in I for violence based on despair." and peace abroad and to do
ground and the other workers.Be ROSEMARY this important field." David E. Belt, .former diwhat is essential for progress

polite and courteous at all times. Always weara CARVER rector of the Bureau of Budget,and welfare,. here in the United
smile on face. loUvered the Commencement States.
your
Miamians in the graduating
Be sincere and well prepared to face obstacles or ELEMENTARYGeorge SUMMER BAND address for more than 300 de- class included: Yvonne Rena

difficulties on the job. Washington Carver AT BTW HIGH received pee recipients.the master's Forty-two degree *>*>*, Winston pelano SeaM -
Don't wait to be told what to do; be as helpful as Elementary is beginning its I 17 were conferred the veils, Estelle Jean Albury,
possible; but don't be "too helpful'1 by, not mindingyour sunnier program June 13. A Monday morning June 13. |Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.Delores Jackson and Maria
own I business. unique educational experienceis is the time that registrationfor To those who question Alena Tayl l'.
being offered for summer band and orchestra
There may be little adjustments to be made, be your takes J.S. economic assistance -
child. place. AH students
will
ibroad, when there is so
patient.Be. The academic program is report to the Booker T. Washington much to be done hereat home THWWI 7a
alert! constructed so that your child High School band room. aid Bell. "There is no reaJOlIt litCion
can overcome his deficienciesas Offerings will be
beginners why we cannot do what is
well as make further ad- band, intermediate band; con-
in the United
\ Carver Branch YMCA vancement in areas of language cert band and marching band lecessary JUtes and also provide strong NAACP
I and arithmetic. music and pageantry. Solos _
fl\ Dayl Among other things included and ensembles as well as

Camp Begins Monday in the summer program dance band will be offered.At .
are: pleasure reading, recreation 12:05, interested stu-
The Carver Branch YMCA Crafts; Miss Amope Nye, Dade field trips and swim- dents will board a bus with CallCHARLES

will open its Day Camp program Park Recreation, Dance; Miss ming.Would Mr. Timothy Savage, director ,
for the summer at 9:00 MiUcent Brown, Miami Dade you as parents want and go to the Miami Senior ROGERSAT
a.m. on Monday, June '13. as Junior College, Special Ac- your I children to miss this High School Music Center fora
,, announced by Mr. Raymon tivity for Girls; Miss Frances opportunity Please be sure festive reading session.
Thornton, director of the Young, Richmond Heights, that you enroll your childrenin Everything is free of charge.Let.s PL 1-7502
Carver Branch's summer pro- Speech and Drama; Bill Hall, summer school at Carver have an enjoyable summer -
Miami Dade Junior College, Elementary on June 13. .

gram.Mr.. Thornton, physical Judo; Gymnastics and Fencing, For A Good
Buy on
education instructor and bas- and Walter Diamond, Miami
ketball coach at North Dade, Acting Company Guild, Photo-
was an outstanding athlete in graphy.
A Piano
his hometown, Jacksonville, The Day Camp will be opento Organ,
Fla., and a Pittsburgh Cour- YMCA members, both boys
ier All-American selection and girls, ages 6 through 12.
while attending Bethune-Cook- The weekly fee, all inclusive, Scott Stereoor
j man College. He completed will be $4 per child, and the
>! his graduate training at the program will run Monday
f I University of Indiana.An army through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7.t. Orchestra Instruments
veteran, he was a stand-out 5 p.m. During the first week,
member of the famous Ft. starting June 13, the weeklyfee
t, Jackson football and base- will not be payable until
ball teams. Wednesday, June IS. This ,
Prior to assuming duties at will give the children twodays
North Dade, Mr. Thornton was participate in the program and
an instructor and assistant decide if they wish to con- .
football coach at Bethune- tinue. After the first week, all .
fees will be payable on Mon-
Instructor day, or before.' In addition to
Dade Junior College. Mr.. the Day Camp, there will also
Thornton stated the theme of supervised activities at the I
the day camp will be "Cul- (Branch for members not wish-
ture through Play" with em- ing to participate in the week-
phasis being given to cultural ly Day Camp. % '
activities. The program Registration blanks may be
r this year will include music secured by contacting tfio .. ,.
l and" music appreciation, arts Carver Branch YMCA, 5770 "
and crafts, creative dance, NW 15th Avenue. Telephone:
speech and drama, as well as 696-0231. r
such sports activities as A

judo, gymnastics, softball, "....

basketball several and special swimming.trips Stuart Jones, 10, of SW 3067 New York St., right,
Also,
have been planned during the MIAMI TIMES mixed it up with Gary Rady, 9, 3340 SW 11th St., in

10-week period.Mr. the boxing matches of the Milk Bowl Olympics heldat
Thornton has arrangedfor ADS Southwest Boys Club. Jones won. The Olympicsare VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS

duct the the following specialized staff to activi-con- BRINGRESULTS sponsored by Southwest Florida Dairy Instituteas Corner: N.W 54th St. 3 N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8795
part of the President's Council on Youth Fitness
the Day Camp:
ties during
Robert Thomas Miami DadeJr. in South Florida. The matches were refereed by Willie MIAMI, DAILY & SUN. 9 TO 9 P.M.

College, Music; Leroy Pastrano, former world's light heavyweight! boxing
OanieU North Dade.,,Arts and champion and youth director of the institute. IN BROWARD CALL JA 25131




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OTES ON THE MIAMI DOLPHINSOur


Miami Dolphins is the newest member of

merican Football'League. Head coach is George Wil- --
[son, former "Coach of the Year" with the Detroit r I
ions. Majority stockholder is Danny Thomas.Managing I
artner and president is Joseph Robbie, under the di-
ction of executive assistant and play personal di- 9

ector Joe Thomas, the Dolphins now have 109 players. .!i ,
under contract. This includes 31 players draftedIfrom

eight other AFT. teams. Eleven (Of 20) top col-

legians of 1965 who were drafted (and signed) after

(the college draft, and 67 free agents. The latter being G, s
I made up of graduating college seniors and former

[players from both of the AFL and NFL leagues. T Ifl -
I The Dolphins will play their eight home games t

I including one exhibition in Miami's famed Orange

Bowl. A sideline season ticket for eight games costs
las follows: Box and chair seats, $56 each; sideline
reserved, $40 each. Single game seats are: Box and
--- -- ---
chair seats, $7ea.; sideline reserved, $5 each; West I
stand season tickets, $24 ea., West stand single game

tickets, $3 ea. To purchase seats, contact Ticket I 1 League's High Game: Jr. R. Goins, 288; Sam benjamin
Director Jack McGowen, P. 0. Box 308 Riverside 282; League's High 3 Games: Elmo Williams,
Station, Miami. The ticket office phone is: 3770738.The Looking the 722; Archie Brown, 687.

ticket office is located at the Orange Bowl. Team High Average; Hagan and Fonda No.1,
This week is the beginning of thumb nail sketches Willie E. Robinson, 181; New Frontier, Elmo Williams,

, of some of the players that will be seen on the Dolphin SPORTSWORLD 170; Packer lontiac, A. J. Byrant, 172; Sweet Builders -

Team. James Thomas, 184;. The 5 Summersetts, Eddie

/. II Way, 198; Metropolitan, Ernest Green, 190; The Olym-
pics, Alvoid James, 165; The Cobras, Dave Boone,
177; Cloverleaf, Tommy Jackson, 187; Hagan & FondaNo.
I b Over 2, Billy Johnson, 167; Howe's Barber Shop, Ale-
ARMBRIST1R
BY LEO - xander Daniels, 161; Team No. 14, Lindell Williams,
I :a4. I
a t R 163; Alexander Rug and Floor Service, Eddie Johnson -
f 173; Leo's Sports World, Leo Armbrister, 160.
LEAGUE
EXCELSIOR CONTINUES TO EXCEL IN

QUALITY BOWLING
PITCHERS HOLDING HITTERS IN CHECK IS NO
q. The Excelsior League,known as the major leagueof ERROR
I bowling around these parts has just knocked down

A J < another record season. There is a contention that the spitball should be
Having a record 'eason with ninty-five cent of
.. per legalized to aid the pitchers against the hitters; any-
'" .' its bowlers improving on their previous record is an who
one argues pro for this should study the anemic,
: ..)" accomplishment worthy of recognition and pride; but, averages of the teams of the major leagues.
:, .
'-- -- --- '-- to consecutively improve on a record for six years is Pitchers don't seem to need too much .help"Baltimore -

Billy Joe Bo Roberson what produces the button-popping sense of achieve- a leader in the American league is sporting a
From the Buffalo Bills (AFL Champions) ment the league is presently enjoying. meager team average of 253. This would be considered -

Billy Joe, fullback, 6-2, 240, 24 years old, has The traditional Annual Trophy Ball was held to be serious not too many seasons ago.
completed three seasons, first two with Denver, the jointly with the Excelsiorettes league, a mixed league,
Slugger Pittsburgh is 'em dead with
knocking
last with the champ Bills, to whom he had come during which is ready, willing and able to recruit all the female a
team of The
261. second the
Dodgers in
average are
off-season in famous one-for-one trade for Cookie bowlers, who wish to join this fun-loving recrea-
National league standings with a 250 team effort.
Gilchrist rookie of the year in AFL in 1963 sea- tional group.
Their murderous attack is known
walk stolen
son when he rushed for 649 yards on 154 carries The awarding of trophies was the highlight of the base an infield out and sacrifice as a a
a fly.
tailed off to 415 in 1964 when bunions bothered him ball; and congratulations were enthusiastically doled
a standout all-around athlete Villanova. in track, out to the dozens who individually excelled in a par- There is no doubt that pitching has improved mor e

was a 62-foot shotputter was named Most Valuable ticular category during the season. than any other department in baseball. The slider,
Player in 1962 Sun Bowl and in 1963 was named MVP Trophies went to each member of the first three which almost every pitcher has is given a lot of cre-

of the Liberty Bowl lives in Philadelphia, Pa. place finishers: dit for the improvement of today's pitchers-then to
First Place Hogan & Fonda No. 1. James Mit- pitchers are better trained. They learn early how to

Bo Roberson, offensive end, 6-1, 190 29 years chell, Oswald Smith, Ernest Hayes, Willie E. Robinson control the ball, field the position, and to hold run-

old, joined San Diego in 1961 traded in 1962 to and Daniel Peaks. ners on base.
Oakland led league in kickoff returns with 36 Second Place New Frontier. Willie Lazier,
Bo The home
emphasis on run hitting could also be
returns for 975 yards, starting Flanker back for past Hardey Rogers, Sam L. Stewart, Elmo Williams, Sam assisting the pitchers-hitters are using smaller batsto

three years In '64 caught 44 passes for 624 yards McDaniels. whip around and hit homeruns, meanwhile their
One of fastest men in the league Traded to Third Place Packer Pontiac. Archie Brown, A. averages are shrinking.
Buffalo during mid-season in 1965 In college J. Bryant, Herman Bryant, Stanford Simms, Curtis '
(Cornell), Bo concentrated on track in order to com- Pitching always considered the key to a game still
Brown.League's
pete in '60 Olympics Won silver medal with High Average: Tommy Jackson. 187. is-to confirm check Juan Marichal or Sandy Kouf ax.

broad jump of 26'7-3/8 inches lives in Oakland -


California.NOTES ON THE MARLINS Top Pros At 21st fAMU Coaching Clinic I

Miami has the amazing Marlins. They amaze us -

when they are home with the tight and extra inning Jim Parker, the all-pro year, to the best interior line- directed through his line slot McLendon, head football
games they play; therefore, nobody leaves their seat offensive lineman for the Bal- man in the country. The win- and he is agile enough to coach, Louisiana State Uni-
until the last man is out. They have made some great timore Colts professional ner is named by the Football haul his 275 pounds around versity; James Wanza, head
Plays all around and also timely hitting. Ted Rico who football team, will be a lec- Writers Association of America. the flank while leading a ball football coach, NorthwesternHigh
recently joined the team is hitting around 380. He turer at the 21st annual Flor- carrier. on a sweep. School, Miami, Forrest
has really added some power to the team. Frank Te- ida A&M University Coaching Parker has been an All- The FAMU clinic opens McKinney, former head foot-
pedino is around 340, Dick Hickersoni 330 ; Clinic here, June 1316. Pro and has played almoste Monday at 9:30: a.m. in the ball coach at Union Academy,
hitting the Marlins four battingOver Parker is scheduled to aery minute in every Pro air conditioned Charles Winter Bartow and Jimmy Sharpe,
Carl
Cmejrek 310. That gives discuss "The Baltimore Colts Bowl game since he has beenin Wood Theatre, with greetings assistant football coach,
300, which is a good average for a team. Lloyd Pass Protection" during the professional football. He from Dr. George W. Gore, University of Alabama.
Fourrox, pitching star for the Marlins, has a 6-3 record Tuesday afternoon session. was a first round draft choiceof president of the university.The Coach Devaney is going to
with over 60 strike-outs and very few bases on He will return Wednesday the Colts in 1957. football section runs be assisted by his offensiveline
balls. In three full games, he allowed only one man to morning for a lecture on He first played offensive Monday, Tuesday and Wed- coach, Carl Selmer. As-
walk. Thisis what you call superb pitching. "Trends in Professional tackle for the Colts before nesday. Basketball comes sistant coaches coming from
Football." Jim has been used being forced by an injury to into the spotlight Thursday.F LSU are Charles Pevey and
Freddie Rogers and his ground crew does a tre- by the Colts as key blockerin be shifted to left guard. This ink McQuire, head bas- Bill Beall.
mendous job keeping the playing field in great shape. offensive pass protection. was in the middle of the ketball coach at the University -
The teams who visit here say this is the best park Gigantic Jim" as he is Colts' 1962 campaign. Parkerwas of South Carolina Gamecocks HOTEL ROOMS
they play in. often called, joined the Coltsin so outstanding in both is the guest clinicianfor
Here are some of the die-hard fans who never missa 1957 after being named to positions that he was named the basketball section $14 week double room
wife Glayds and and All-Pro in both positions. scheduled for ill day Thurs-
his All-Ametican team
game: B. E. Pechous, M.D., the $10 week single room
Gonzalex, Albert winning the Outland Trophyat Parker was a key man in day, June 16.
friend Mrs. Tommy
Emm a Farrington the Baltimore offense. Count- Coach McGuire has Gas stoverefrigerator
wives. Ohio State University. The a suc- ,
Diaz all the ball players
and Joe Mendoza. And less touchdowns have been cessful basketball coaching
ball, it wouldbe Outland Award goes each private bath. All ser
The the Marlins are playing
way record that stretches back 27
fa- -- -
worth your while to take in a game, with your years. His record through vices--free gas and
M1ly. It will be a nice way to spend an enjoyable even- 118-lb champion came to Florida 25 years ago to join high school, professional electric, maid service
ing. The prices are very reasonable, SOt senior| citizens the pros. On second thought he went to owrk and does bastketbal and college lists and linen.
grandstand $1 box seat $1.50 all games start at not regret it to this day. At present he is working at 459 wins against 193 losses.

7:30 p.m. except Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Let's make up a the Turf Exchange Lounge where he has been for 19 Other college coaches on HARRIS HOTEL
baseball starsof he work for let's him do all the 411 Washington Ave.
Party and come out and see the young years. The people the clinic staff are Bob De-
tomorrow. ordering for all goods and opening up the place every val<,y, head football coach, Miami Beach, Fla.I .
Franklin Roosevelt former Golden Glove morning. Some smart move Franklin made. University of Nebraska, Chas.
,(Rabbit



20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 10, 1966 _


I Dade Teachers Afraid ; To. aIn: Integrated : :Schools? I


Dr. John O. Brown, vice meab ers of the Community reluctant to switch than the teach where are assigned." sociation- to support School The board members emphasized .
chairman of the local chapter, Relations Board that many Negro white., **If a teacher won't go Superintendent Joe Hall's request their support for desolation -
of the Congress of Racial teachers refuse to teach in "In medicine we lake an where he's assigned, then he for voluntary desegregation but criticized "the do I
Equality, charted last week white schools and many white oath to treat anyone,no Batter shouldn't be permitted to of all public school it overnight" aspect of Dr.
that Negro teachers are afraidto teachers refuse to teach in what his color" Dr. Drown teach." faculties. Hall's recent statements.ItL .
teach in white schools and Negro schools. said. ."It think that since Three School Board members *
are therefore helping; to perpetuate lie said that, on the whole, teachemfrare paid with Iu- said earlier in the week*
segregatedftaculties. ''the Negro teachers'' are more payers' Mooney, they should that Mae Dade teachers are
The Miami 'physician told complaining bitterly about
the possbiliry of involuntary
transfers to schools that now ,

I FoBtainebleau Hotel Maid Nabbed Steiliif have It only was one-face announced faculties.Monday der fi;

members of the executive
that
A 42-year-old maid was ar- Forbes enter the room and
hotel.Patton board of Dade's 7.000member- t b'i''i
rested last Wednesday' in a said he was hiding grabbed the marked bills.
Miami Beach hotel for steal- in the bathtub, trying to end Patton said. Classroom Teachers Asso- I I- At
ing moneyin: a setup to solvea the room thefts that have been The detective made his tion have volunteered schools to that be
theft problem. going on in the hotel the past move and grabbed the maid transferred to
Miami. Beach police said five months. Peering over the who did not take it easy. The have segregated faculties.The .
Harriet ,Forbes, of 3094 NW edge of the tub about 45 minutes officer said 'It was quite a group including both
46th St.,, a! 175-pounder, was at last he saw Miss fight. But 1 "II." white and Negro teachers,
has urged members of the asA -
charged with larcency, resisting -
arrest and failing to
'
show working papers, and was .ww

in custody.Miami Beach detective Ed 4 i r fL \

Patton, who said he watchedher
pocket $60 in marked
bills on top of his hotel room '
dresser in the Fontainebleau :-
Hotel, nabbed tho maid at the


SLUM LANDLORDS TO

TO BE FORCED TO

KEEP PROPERTY

CLEAN

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yards.He.
said the problem is, h
that sanitation officials must
cite specifically the person ...-..,
who illegally dumped the
Dr. Leonard M. Britton, North Central District

trash."Under the change," Reese r Superintendent, congratulates Robert Thompson of
said, '* the property owners, or Miami Northwestern as he presents diplomas at commencement -
managers who administer rental exercises Tuesday night at Miami Beach
units in certain areas of 1I Auditorium. Thompson is a former Miami Times staff
the city would be held responsible member and is now manager of Glamour Studios. Gla-

for illegal materials proud graduate receives her diploma from PTA mour boss Bill Harris took the picture.
wither in front of president Mrs. Arie Gary at
placed on or .
Miami Northwestern commencement ezercices Bob's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley G.Thompson,
their respective property." Tuesday night at Miami Beach Audi-
Reese also suggested that torium. Principal Samuel 0. Cohen looks on as 435 graduates received diplomas. and sister, Jean, came over from Nassau'to witness
the time allowed for correc Glamor photo. his graduation.
tion of violations be reduced
from 72 hours to 24 hours.





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