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TUES.I SEND THESEIMEN TO THE LEGISLATURE



EARL CARROLL. JAMES MATTHEWS HAROLD BRAYNON ,EDWARD> T. GRAHAM

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40TH YEAR No. 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1963 ... --'-""' TWENTY PAGES'
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KC Forum Sunday



King of Clubs.Day T. Graham, pastor of Mt Zion
Baptist Church and presidentof
the Interdenominational.1
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Because, .of the Importance at isterial Alliance;' Atty. 'J.: W,
tached, to the coming, Legislativerace' Malthewi?, ,Op -loeka and l Liber-
,4 In 'which' four prominent ty' City and civic worker -
Negroes will be running for office member ofa
Atty. H. L. Braynon,
the King of Clubs membership prominent pioneer Miami fam r\
has the format for
changed i 11=
ily. Each of these men ? run
the final forum in the
program
ning for one of the 12 new leg
19G3 series. Instead of the usual will
islative seats. They answer
one outstanding speaker forKing .
of Clubs Day, which will your questions.The
be Feb. 24 at 3:30: p.m. all four very outstanding chorus
candidates have been invited as and Hospitality Club of the B.
speakers and have accepted the T. Washington High School .
KC Invitation. The St. John where Anthony 0-
Baptist Church on NW 3rd Ave; cipal and Mrs. Leila R. Williams\
:at 13th St. will be the scene is director, will furnish music ,
of, the forum.; Rev. Thedford cI and hospitality for the occa :
Johnson is pastor. sion. Organ music will precedethe :
fifteen minute prelude which
The forum theme: "Quality 3:30 il
Education for All Children begins promptly at : p.m.

How? ,When?" which has spot l Among these numbers will be ,
lighted the two previous forums "kl l Trovatore" (The prisons .j,
will be changed, a bit for ene) by Verdi. Gloria Mitchell
this special occasion. The atmos Edward Scott, Barbara
phere of the meeting will be Howell ,and probably Randolph :
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"Quality1' Education Along Political Williams will be featured in solo 1l
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Lines for All People. parts during the afternoon.
The, appearance of these can I
didates wlll!*+:toe i'fitted'''into''' a I Many"of' the 'city' ":-male;clubs ,
discussion following will Join the audience of ,several ( ladies Williams. : ,
panel open I The'charming young Stevenson, Erica 1 Lemur tc3hown
ing statements from each one. hundred to be ,special guestsof pictured above are competingfor Curry, Desiree Jackson, 'HtY i' ty jjadJorrie-
The president of the Dade County the membership on this celebration -I ,titles in the 1063 Jabberwock Barbara Holmes, Gloria Jean x ,....ad' h 11
Young Democratic Association of King of Clubs Day Contest. They are: Anna JeanPEACE Parker and Patricia Jennings. .-"
Garth C. Reeves, who is The members will We present. "
also managing editor of the Miami ed to the, public at this time
Times and former judge, L. and also their wives' and sweet. 2 Nabbed In Hialeah Pk; ;; I i
E. Thomas( will moderate the hearts. It is usually a good idea
panel.The to come early for a seat. Daniel I
candidates slated to speakare R. Francis, president of the Alr qra :
: Earl J. Carroll, 'substitute I club, will make special presentations Bookie Race Results Ring

teacher at B. T. Washington and I to each member of the rrr '-- -
a Korean War Veteran; Rev. E. club. The leader of an illegal race
1 results ring that has been serve
N ing more than 7,000 bookies in I Lee Elders Althea
the North was reported to have ,
l/een arrested on track.Saturday,
Vice Squad StrengthenedTo Broward County: authoritiessaid. I
I .J" Gibson Lead in

Arrested was Lmlli I? Michael
Greco at.his Hollywood home. ,.
War on NumbersSquad her was the fourth to bo taken
IntQ ,,custody since', ,Friday in North-South GolfLee
' connection wlth'thetrlnK I which
IncreasedTo a year in Jail, would help cut 1fllfaleah has been operating Elders of Los Angeles
down on bolita. Race Track since shot a2-ovcr-par 72 Thursday to
Also; he 'urged that the' City Jan. 17.Others. increase his lead to two strikes I
16Miami Attorney's ,office determine If. a arrested by state over Pete Brown, also of Los I
bolita* arrest will ,be tried in agents at the home of Ralph Angeles, in tho third clay of .
will beef up its vice Municipal or Criminal Court, Shea were Mrs. Betty Wither play in Ray Mitchell's North
squad and start a special police ..which can give a stiffer penalty, spoon, Lacy Ford and Robert South Golf Tournament at
training program in an effort to rather: than leaving it up to the McFadden. Williams Beard, CO, Miami Springs. '

crack spread down bollta on'operations.the city's. wide r'arresting,( officer, or his.. superior.J CORPS a: groom living at the track, Elders had 210 after 51 holes ,

was picked up but not charged. with Brown at 212. Cliff Harrington @I/
In a report to the City Commission Bobs:!Kennedy ,'. j OFFICIAL SEEKS'RECRUITS McFadden and Beard are Negroes Is third with 214. J
Monday, Public Safety .
Director Donald D. Pomerleausaid Praises Powell's 1 \ The others were charged with John Fowlcs of Baltimore
the present 6-tnan Special "i. % HERE illegally disseminating race holds a two-stroke In the \I
Squad will be incorporated 'Intoa Harlem Projects < I track information und consplr-1 Amateur Division with 225 to f
new 16-man Vice Control Unit, U. S. Peace Corps' Felton A. lug to violate Florida racing 227 for James Holloway. Althea /, J
proposed under the police' re I AU mey- -.General Robert i, F4 Gibson, who 'Is Special Aesls. Jaws; Gibbon who won the women's
organization plan, which will ,Kenn sdy,praised ,the J federally, tant In the Office of PubliC' Af Martin F. Dardis, chief investigator division by 32 strokes last year : r
place emphasis ,on; gambling vi aided program to fight Juvenile fairs, will be speaking in the for the state attorney shot 83 for 251 and a 21-stroke
olations. ;'dellnc uecv in the Harlem district Miami area this weekend.. i general, said that Shea, was the margin over Myrtle Patterson.Pro .
Also, a special training school of Rep. '''Adam Clayton C. The Peace Corps official wasguest I master-mind of he ring. '
Powell (D..NY) Tuesday in Division
detection enforcement of bo- speaker at the Adel-
on lita will be set up for police of Washington' D. C. phlan Club luncheon on Thurs. Leo Ewes 08-70-72-210 '\
ficers. The project in New York day. He is scheduled as one of duties in Latin America, Africa Pete Brown 72-07-73-212
that 296 City, (being carried on 'under a the guest sneakers at the Flori the Far Eeast, Near East andthe Cliff Harrison 74-71-C9-214
Pomerleau reported
$250,000 federal grant, Is "contributing da State PTA Congress Conven- Philippines" Cliff Brown 75-73-73-221 O
persons were arrested for bolita a great' deal to that Henry Barabin 7t7769221Women's )
tion held in Fort Lauderdale
being "Most of the countries 'are I
in 1962, and a total of $43,580 part of the city,"' Kennedy said. Thursday, Friday and Sat- asking for Peace Corps Volun- ,
In court 194 were Division
confiscated. -
Kennedy! told the House Edu- urday. Friday morning Gibson, skills j
he added.Commissioner teers with in farming and Althea Gibson 84-1-83-251
convicted cation and Labor Committee of
graduate of Hampton Institute
a
agriculture, the labor crafts,
Myrtle Patterson 01-89-95-275
David Kennedy which Powell Is chairman, that will speak and Interview health and sanitation
urged that the Florida Legisla substantial citizens\ are connected students at Dade County Junior Training for many of these Myrtle Mclver 060a.OO282Amateur :
ture be asked at its next sessionto with the project and they are College. He is scheduled for an opportunities will begin In Division
increase the maximum penalties approaching the problem in a appearance: at Northwest' Central June and July, and those selected John Fowler 74-74-77-225 t
that can be given in Municipal dedicated manner. Powell was High School, Friday after will begin their overseas James Holloway
Court to gambling. vio- absent. noon where: he will address the assignment In August, September Hayes 81-76-75-232 76-76-75-227.j i t I
lators. 1 Junior and senior classes and October. Andrew Carman 80-76-76-232 '>
At present the City Court can r "The Peace Corps has oppor Peace Corps Volunteer QuesLlonalroa Clarence Watson, 71-70-83-233 '?
give a maximum penalty of $600 Doi'tForget; to tunities for more than 2500;, are available at the
and 6 months 'In Jail. teachers' stated Gibson, whilein U. S. Post Office, or can be re
But Kennedy said a stricter VOTE TUESDAY! Miami last week. These ceived by writing to the Peace VOTE TUESDAY
penalty such as $2,500 fine and teachers will ,perform teaching Corps, Washington 25, D.C. !,tVOTE


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&& S\\ MAN 'CRUSHED THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

I PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1963
You Should Elect; TO DEATHUNDER


JUDGE TON OF SHEETROCK Elks' Head to HighlightFrontiers'

Climon Ford, 51, of 1624 NW
First Ct., was crushed to death

when a ton of sheetrack spilled I
GIS.LINState from a bucket which had been Program
hoisted Monday to the fifth floor
of an apartment building under
construction at 1408 Bayshore of sociology at Springhlll Col-
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Lane. I "- lege.
Both of these distinguished
men are
co-worker Maurick Free-
A
In the field of
man, 56 of 1001 NW 2nd Ct., was Y Z r ace
relations and the Frontier
critically Injured. Witnessessaid Awards timed to coincide
are
the bucket tipped as sheets 4I National
unloaded work- with Brotherhood
were above.being by t! Week. Bishop Smith has been
men most active In efforts to obtain
.
human decency for all citizens

GOAL: 600 MEMBERS, $0,500 regardless of race, color or creed
idjii.< by cooperating with local mer-
YMCA MembershipOff ., chants and business Institutions.
Father Foley, a member of the
To Good Start ':.' :.',.,..:.".: ,.:,.,.....' .. Alabama Civil Advisory Commission
:(':: .1. ''''b. '
has made
;" :; t::i outstanding
ir< "' : ;P1t./ In the
contributions
; 11 of
1 area
Carver Branch Is availing it- .,' ..;, : ::\ :.' ":
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: : ; better understanding betweenthe
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self of the opportunity of join- ,{
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<,;,:"r\: ,' ,( races.
1,800
ing the more than "Y" ;
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branches throughout the country Other conference highlightsare
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during National YWCA Mem ...
; the workshops scheduled for
,
bership Enrollment month in '-:<: Saturday In which better ways
seeking new members and re (, '\ and means of conducting Fron
newal members. The 1003 Membership 0'" tiers Clubs will be discussed by
Enrollment's sensational national and regional officers.
Kick-off was held Feb. 18 at MOBILE This week mem- Father Foley will address the
the branch. bers of the Mobile Club of Saturday luncheon to be held In
SenatorWHAT Frontiers International are the Central Dining Room.
The Membership Enrollment hard at work preparing for the
chairman. Rev. J. B. Blacknelland Southern Regional Conference : Delegates to the meeting will
chairmen, Mrs. LorethaR. which is slated to convene here begin to arrive Friday after
CAN YOU EXPECT FROM Peck and Dr. George A. Simpson Friday, Feb. 22 for a 3-day ses noon. Registration will start at
head a group of 100 campaigners sion. 5 p.m. In the lobby of the Le
that will be making Grand Motel on Lincoln Street
JUDGE GIBLIN? contacts throughout the Miami Highlighting the meeting and move to Central High Sat-
nrea. which will bring delegates from urlay.
of ALL the all sections of the South as wellas
and Fair Representation .
Honest The goal of $0,500 set for Carver many other parts of the nation Visiting Frontiersmen arriving
People of Dade County YMCA Is relatively small will be an address by Hobson -; Frldav will be entertainedwith
compared to other "Y" branches, Reynolls, Grand Exalted a cocktail hour. Later they
Here is a reprint of part of a column that appearedin but a small "Y" like ours do Ruler of the Elks. He will be will be guests at a Mardi Gras
the Pittsburg Courier on August 2, 1952. The ing a great job this means a the featured speaker at the P. J. Ball.
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great deal.} Specially It means Chessman Memorial Banqueton
story concerned a trial in Miami: more athletic equipment; per- next Saturday night. I' Business and instructional
haps a new trampoline; Improved workshops will keep Yokemen
2 J 1952 facilities, and more Impor- At this banquet.. to lie held I busy:; all lay Saturday. The banquet
2 COURIER f AU/UST: tantly; extending neighborhood in the Central High School dining will conclude Saturday'sofficial
programs to more of our room the annual Brotherhood activities. Visiting
people throughout the Miami young Awards will be made. Slat- guests along with local mem-
11 yww' ,.t,s, area. ed to be honored are two prominent bers will be guests of another
citizens, Bishop W. M. Mardi Gras Ball.
rM s 'rrf< s Your membership In the YM Smith of the African Methodist
James F. King of Newark,
1. today is! an investment in l\)- Episcopal Zion Church and Rev. N. J., president of Frontiers In-

,, morrow's leaders. Albert S. Foley, S.J., professor I ternatlonal: Harold L. Pilgrim,
Philadelphia, Pa', executive secretary
-- ; Marcus Neustadter, New
Orleans, 1st vice president: Dr.
John W. Nixon, Birmingham,
JET TV CLINICHOME Southern District Deputy and a
number of other persons from

verdict The judge, accordingly, dismissed the case. many sections of the countryare
slated to be in
attendanceat
r9 The case was tried before Judge Vincent C. Giblin. The SERVICE CALLS $1.00 this meeting.
I South needs norc judges like him, because before a biased
judge this Negro been sentenced to the electric Day or NightWe
chair. The White attorneys defending the defendant, Horace Dt. Elks ToEntertain
Canady, were Mark O'Quln, chief counsel, and Oakley Service AH Makes of

Grant Smith, who should bo congratulated for their cour HI-FI's and STEREOSWe
The Daughter Elks of Greater
J Also Rent Miami Temple will entertain
their friends with a musical
BECAUSE TV by the week or Month Sunday, March 3. 4p.m..
Judge GIBLIN' Dt. Alfreda Scott, chairman of
the tea is making every effort to
ISAMANOFUNIMPEACHABLE 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone see that this will be one of the
most outsandlng affairs of he

INTEGRITYBECAUSE FR 4-2044 season.Dt. Pinky Lowe, chairman of

program, has some very good
musical talent for your enter
Judge GIBLIN' I, r tainment.later. More about this affair

IS FEARLESS VOTE
FOR KAPLANDodtCcMty
Beautiful Home on
BECAUSE ; JOE
: Your lot'
Judge, GIBLINIS .. I
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BECAUSE \ NtmhJobt.

Judge GIBLINis Dod Comfy

INDEPENDENT. He is paying for his Nttds Mdrstry

campaign gut of his own pocket Tao r.. MM user!* to trot romplete Itullllnrr .r.p
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BECAUSE BUILDING

Judge GIBLIN KAPLAN FINAM'IMI:I
... Your New Homo

. IS MATURE AND EXPERIENCEDELECT GROUP 6 NO DOWN

PAYMENT
Wt N.*4 iMtartrM' towth _cI Wlffc TlHrt Growth iMhntrWtoco. Orer
.... ....... Twenty Yrare of
VINCENT 'C. Jo.' Kopta. Is to oarf qiallfted .1.* *
" .'rroiapr md | d......11I of Workmrt .......-wrf Construction' Kxf ertenee

I ,, . Comma UMnploymwKt. stat Iftdnf CraptMatloii..l safety claim moai.MiA Guaranteed Satisfaction
:" /,' GIBLINSTATE I I : : : ";' .(Coaclllarloa..Inn*wage ttrvlea.aad hoar law;a""'**1 Florida MtatetlMad 4aaaaoanaa4. 7

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s:: 'New Voice in Tallahassee .Miami, FloridaWhy
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SATURDAY_ FEBRUARY 23, 1363 PAGE 3

Jacksonville- NAACP To Two 1 *

branches in
ion of the

Calls fort Swimming Pools.JACKSONVILLE day delegates 11 to mark to

marks the
The "Meanwhile, children of city I
NAACP called upon Mayor dwellers, of both races, have The I: I
Haydon Burns this week to been locked out of our city's Thursday,
"provide swimming pool facilities pools and forced to endure the Religious :I : :
Auxiliaries
for Its many children," up- heat of our city streets. isterial
on learning plans are"afoot to "This Inhuman situation," Mr. headed by
secure city golf coures. Pearson concluded, "should not Hunter II,
The Association's petition was be permitted. Surely Jackson' ligious
in behalf of children of all races ville's children are no less entitled night. The
Rutlege Pearson, NAACP to swimming pools than at the :
president, said "as matters have adult Jaxons are to golf ional Church
already stood for two summers, courses." Leon Lowry 4
only the children of elite segments Youth
living outside the city
have access to private pools. PHA Officials VisitPhil convene ters and in
lions on I
Sadler, director of Inter. Dethel :
ARMY RESERVE Group Relations, PHA, Wash- Short Emory
ington, D. C., and Hubert Jackson 8:30: a.m. The "
S. E. Regional officer, Atlanta f ff
SEEKS ENLISTEESLocal Ga, spent several days in
our city last week looking over
U. & Army Reserve the sites on which the proposed f
units are seeking qualified enlistee housing projects will be constructed .
between the ages of 17 by the Miami Housing
and 26 for the six-month active Authority. They had high praise
duty training program It was for the MHA program.
announced today by Lt. Col.
Garry M. Brown, Miami Sub- .
sector Commander. Evans PTA To MeetPTA
If interested call MO 1.1641
or visit the U. S. Army Reserve ' meeting will be h e 1 d
Center, 5600 San Amaro Monday, Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. in .
Drive, Coral Gables, on the cam- the cafetorium. All interested :
pus of the University of Miami. persons are invited to attend.
Guest speaker will be Dr. J.
Pay vacancies are now available Ernest Ayre, medical and scientific .N'"
in communications, engineering director, Cancer Cytology S
mechanics, medicineand Foundation of America, Inc. Dr. I
other fields. Ayre will show a film "The 6750 N.W. I
Inquiries arc invited. Family Physician And Cancer." I
Adults only please.

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ringing with laughter and music. Here they enjoy a comparatively quiet"tea" I I I :
beside their doll house. Left to right: Avis, !/$ years; Marchell, 10; and Dana I I II

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VI'I Sugarand spice and everything_ nice (( I

::*;,&.. and pbnty Carnation-tht milk with extra Vitamin D I I IiI

'* for sparkling teeth sturdy bones and glowing good health I f I 'I I 1
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"When they are food, they are very, of Fine Arts. He is sales supervisor I I
very good," declare Mrs. Johnson. a leading Baltimore company. I ; I I
"And they often get a reward-banana "All my girls were Carnation i I /
pudding deaeertT(Redpe at right) Mrs. Johnson points out. "The I \
recommended it-and it's still I I I .
"Marchell ooDecte dolls and plays the
vioUn-and the and Dana are taking vorite milk. Even when you add I I l ".,
ballet"Mrs.Johnson studied voice and equal amount of water L Leon I )
music at Capitol University.John richer than sweet, whole milk.* I I r .

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Workers Have Ball a d e County Young


1 The National Alliance of Pos
tal Employees and the Auxiliary
sponsored their annual ball Democratic Association
Feb. 15 at the Carribean Roomof
the Bayfront Auditorium. It

''i'" .... , \ -"!' was the most successful evening After due deliberation and careful consideration. do
'r of all and the president of candidate for
"" ) endorse the following ,the
atQ'f1".Ue;
rit 11'1'0 1W 1Mb 'Aveare'hone OX :J.OOl: John L. Fryar and hereby
alliance.
the
!;\\.d 1a'Ww. !Third 'use... Mlamt 'IaHdeI'hc ne .P1t'f. 2'3N of ,the auxiliary Democratic Primary Tuesday, February 26.
__ .._. 1 ___.. ... a.M Mrs. Bwby Scott
;r ;f.:1": :F1Q JDnAtu'D';; Lour,.E11ttarlud.TdhltwArrj : along with S. D. Armstrong Senate
,4"..- if., .'GA.1r'1'l"1:. t m'1h.( pM1mmging ''EttIYlnit" <' chairman +of the dance committee.and'all wantto For State
J : '( t' 1 the members
., ...& :JnenJltelt"JI'ih.! ..;: .."ociIu.en i + l"l...... , "'.l 1jtftUtb thank their many friends for JOHN McLEOD 2'r

''-rlUf\11.' /\Y"cattthuil.... . 1"WJI1NqWJt! :"Mluhersr" ,.IMOc1atJ.-, ; such wonderful res .Dnse.PRESSBOXf. .
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1.: .::1-'." '4,' ,; t.!.;,,,,..'J-N4ClW'l\JU :1171'I' 'stib ' For State Representative

''i' al" }'n'IUI, 'f *. -j\1n"" "rffP 8fo'PA1iE1Gi11.. ,;-48.ouR. GROUP _ -- -.

\1411+111.wP'ilb' UHt'4Lus:M"'n< : ,.::Ml 1lihuu11.:fnrid4' ,under: the: act -tl1'1lfprchX878: : '
By ARCHIE FINDER 4. Earl Carroll . . I. . . . . . 7-A i

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS .- 5. Ben Ervin . . . . . ., . . 11-B I
FOR THE FIRST time In '
.. Matthews . . . . .. . 19-C
/ tucstio; jo .>re-apportioiiiTieiit; of the !legislature the history: of Dade County we 6. James

in TJnri a Tfus boon one '01 mttimportant: Apolitical, have candidates four Negroes for the to House qualifyas of 7. Bob Shevin . . . . . . . . 21-D
jAAU -
S in the history of the"Btate. ,_
The trouble :.is 'that the: many small QpuniieiT'have,I Representatives., for the coming The e electionon candidates 8. Richard Pettigrew . . .1.. 27-D

equal] jar-morn(representatives in the legislature j.ha'ri"'t'he I Tuesday are worthy representatives 9. John B. Orr . . . ..Y. . 32.C
This: is the chance
larger .countie.r.DaturnllY.1Jun-e: :is dissatisfaction.Ddfc '
WP haw lone awaited It's up 10. Bernard Berman . * T .1 24-A
.Bounty is the largest the state, yet :her 'milJionw to us Mr. and Mrs Voter to do

more, .],population... :has,. Jio more say than, -some... with. your part. 11. Harold Braynon . . ..'i '. . 37-A

JOIS V, OO. Effo tstoTchange: ; this 'Drderof :ff.ungs''have ar nnd to ,it that fcther regUterefl .
: ,. -'BO,t I geeing
!been 'tunsu c essfti1. ** "* .. l voters eo to the polls 13. Edward T. Graham . : .. .. 43-B

'The legisl'ature' had two or three 'opportunities to do call Call their your friend friends.:and By have this them password 14. Joe Manners . . . . . . . 46-C \

BO, but'the changes made were still 'not satisfactory. The "vote", we can get that
30,000 votes in Miami we need Wherever you live in Dade County'' you can vote for
court, too, :had a chance at settling the matter. Now it
If we can only pain a toe hold ALL these candidates
goes 'back to the :people. The result of this referendumwill by placing our feet in to the real
soon be Icnown.February shoe of operation Tallahassee BE SURE TO VOTE TUESDAY'
26 is the day for the Primary. ,On that day, -where they will walk, talk
in the know, DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATIC ASS'N
and sit with men
knocks at Will
opportunity door.
our political we
openit we are sure to get the Inside. Garth ('. Ree\'cs!i, evident John H. BarkJr?y, Treasurer
and take advantage of what it I offers?
We have the candidates who
Kenneth Willldms l"t Vice Ruby L. Thomam, Secretary:
There are '231 candidates for the IS seats in :the can do this.
.
Nathaniel I>ean, 2nd Vice Dr. K. A. Ward Chrirt. Board
Jegisiature..Among'them'are some of Miami's most prominent They are from the intelligent
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.: citizens of both races.:Por' the senate 'we favor Judge "cream or the crop" of big com -
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Giblin, a :fearless mian 'of unimpeachable integrity.The munity. They know Miami and '" --:; "' :; -:
what Minmiiains need The v
Souse: "We :should 'be keenly interested in the know. They know your children
fact: that :four :Negroes are :running. and mine. They know the LBB-CITY

It is :the first.:time 'we 'have !had that many candidatesIn conditions: in our schools and
community. They can iron these
one election.It ., things ,out in the ttest way. DRIVE IN THEATRE
should :not 'be necessary for us to tell you "that it Breaking bread at the table
is high time that Dade :County elect one or :more ..Negroesfor where we don't have the type of OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St
needed.
representation We have
the Bouse of :Representatives. There are more than:
the
gift of citizenry wishingand
30000registered; :Negroes in Dade County. If there 'was planning but when the time I
ever timewhen everyone should cast his vote, :that
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