The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00414

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Vol. 43, .No. 36. MIAMI, .FLORIDA) t FRIDAYMAY.,6, 1966 -'_ 20 PAGES 15*


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I .4EY, ACjr, ,? r rk.Y 4 1 When the smoke of battle with 2,163 of the state's ,u
cleared away from 2,530 of: 2,561 precincts reporting.At .
Florida's 2,561 voting precincts a victory celebration at
Tuesday evening, Gov.. the Everglades Hotel, High

.. Haydon Burns and Miami told his supporters:
Mayor Robert King High were "I realize the honor and
left in the saddle to oppose favor the peolle of this state .

each other for the governorship pay me. I pledge with every
) .1M of the state in the runoff fiber in me that I will honor' ,

Scott Kelly, the third candidate the faith the 'people have '--.k fv
was experiencing( again, placed in me." t
the meaning of the old proverb Gov. Burns is reported to I
about the "slip between have spent in the primary more !

the cup and the lip." than $792,262, Kelly $459,589and ,
Incomplete returns gave High $126,907.Political .

Burns 359,430 votes, High observes say )

331,550 and Kelly 319,176 that Negro voters in some 4 .
The margin between the winners sections have divided their
I is 27,871 votes wide
allegiance among the major
+ High has now shifted to have
P candidates and a number
h 4 the favorite role in the con- the -
gone from High over to
test due to Burns poor show Burns' camp. However, Highis Ran Strong Race } ;
ing in his home county and
the closeness of the primaryrace. expected to pick up most send its first man to occupy j'the J

It is rumored that Kelly of the Negro votes that wentto governor's mansion in ,
Tallahassee if all the voters ( i
( will shift his support to High, Kelly in the primary. '
and if he does Burns is in real The last word, however, of Dade and Broward would |
do something about it in the .
trouble.In has not been said yet. South ,

-. -- an analysis of 29 predominantly Dade still has a chance to runoff on May 24. \,

Negro precinctsin -
Dr. Peter Masiko, Jr., president of Miami-Dade Junior College, awards the Dade County, High captured
Associate in Arts degree to Miss" Sylvia Crosby during the M-DJC Commencement 66%, Burns got 24% and Jackie Robinson Named

Ceremony Sunday night (May 1) at which time the college graduated its fifth and Kelly polled 10% of the Negrc. I

largest 'class of 1,620. The presentation of the degree had special significance vote.With
both Dr. Masiko and the young graduate because she has been a student assistantIn four Democratic candidates Football Team ManagerFirst

president's office since entering Miami-Dade as a freshman in 1964. Eighteen.year -, in the race, the out

old Sylvia, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Aubrey Henry of 940 NW 67th St., plansto come of the contest seemed tc Negro to break the "We don't have a stadium
be in doubt until late in the' Robinson said at ,
color line in major league yet, ty
attend Kent State University in Kent,Ohio, for her junior and senior years, maJoring it -
late. At one point was announced baseball, Jackie Robinson became press conference as he
in speech. that Kelly was in the I the first in the front handled himself with confi

lead. Bums was second and office of a professional team dence.
1 1r. High third. Then the tide of Monday when he was appointed "We have been turned.

political.fortune changed. Yet, general manager of the down by the Yankees and we
each candidate was sure he'' new Brooklyn Dodgers of the know that the Jets have exclusive .

would win Continental Football League. rights to Shea Stad-
t In Dade County, Mayor From 1947 to 1957 Robinson ium," he said "but we beHave
High received 97,436' votes played with the Brroklyn this can be broken. ,We
against 79,000 in 1964. In his Dodgers and is in baseball'sHall might even have to go to
Votes home I county, Duval, Burns of Fame. He was a football Randall's- Island."
Jot Ktrskaw Misses by 2,829 had 49, 060 votes while Dade star at the University of Located near the East

gave him 60,862 and gave California at Los Angeles. River, the Randall's Island
The primary on Tuesdayhad Marion B. Knott, 5,145; Charles Kelly 27,005. Duval gave He played professional football Stadium seats 20,000. It is
more candidates than L. Tracy, 7,983; and Robert High 30,374 and Kelly 31,077: with the Honolulu Bears somewhat difficult to reach.

I Dade County has ever experienced A. Zinzell, 5,330. Dade, the most populouscounty and Los ,Angeles. Bulldogs For a coach, Robinson
and ended in a Lawrence L. Bethel, a in the state cast a 25 years ago. said, "the person, we get
number of surprises. teacher at Orchid Villa Elem. total of more than 185,300 "I know we won't beequalto will be the best available."

.r.-::" "'ais ft 9,531, ran in Group 13. Vernon r ," votes for the three leading the New York Giants and The Dodgers are the tenth
K C. Holloway, 33,127, and Daniel Democratic gubernatorial can-
P possibly at the start of the member of the ContinentArLeague.
A. Kavanaugh, 19,921 didates. 'New York Jets but we are They will play in the
will be opponents in the run Sam Poor, a four Democratic .
i'a + going to play :interesting football Eastern Division with Philadelphia
bff. Others: Stanley Goldberg S F wr candidate, received 12,468 ," said Robinson.The Hartford, Conn.: ,
18,131; Tim Sullivan,
I votes. Continental is con- Norfolk, Va. and Toronto, I
a AC 9,617; Harry Willis 5,262; and for
In the Republican race
sidered the top minor league Montreal, Richmond, Orlando,
Jerry Zeltzer, 7,456.In governor in the primary, in pro football. The Dodger Wheeling and Charleston, W.
the race for membershipon Claude Kirk won over Richard
football team is backed by Va. make up the Western
the Board of Public Instruction Muldrew, 97,914 to 23,754,
ten prominent businessmen. (Continued on back page)
Cecil Gaylord Rolle I
came third with 14,322 votes.
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Mrs. Vosloh received 43,347 / n 1.

and Walter Stadnich, 19, 634. JOE KERSHAWand '; "
Facing runoffs are Dick Irwin Block in Group 12; : .i ;'>'"
Renick and Emily Barefieldin Robert Hector and Leo Furlong f" '" ...

....... .._. Group 2; Gerald Lewis and in Group 15; Robert Brake 'to.: ..; l' a.
EARL CARROLL Bob Duval in Qroup 7; Sandy and Arthur Canaday in Group Y
D'Alemberte and Dick Clarkin 18; Marshall Harris and Jerry F. 't
Again, the Negro has shown Group 9; Bernard Frank and Deutsch in Group 19 and A. ,.. es nrr ,j
that his ballot has become a '
Walter Sackett in Group 11. B. Freed and Carl Singleton ) It. did"-
power to be reckoned with Also Harold Featherstone in Group 20. ""
not only locally, but statewide 'J
although it is not all J f..i' ...1 J
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that it could be. SentencedA '. : ..... '.
Miami had the largest num- Dick Gregory .... ,: ..
ber of Negro candidates in its -' ..

history, contesting for the Cook County (Chicago) request. Mrs. Williams said !
state Legislature. Running in judge gave entertainer Dick she would appeal the verdictto .. :

Group 21 was Earl J. Carroll, Gregory a five months jail the Illinois Supreme Court
insurance executive, who won sentence and fined him $1,400 and that "even the most wan-
18,647 votes and will contestin Tuesday on charges of resisting ton criminal" is granted a
the runoff with George arrest and of battery stay in such a case.
Firestone, 25943., Othersin during a civil rights demonstration Gregory was released on:

the group were Jack J. June 11, 1965. $5,000 appeal bond after
Becker, 11,370; Bob Gilbert, In passing sentence on the spending an hour in a Crimi-

11,029; George J. Hart, Negro comedian, Magistrate nal Court cell.
4,716; Roland H. Johnson, Maurice W. Lee said in the In a jury trial April 22 he

6,915, and Louis A. Kennedy Circuit Court that although was charged on two counts of
10,785. Gregory contended he was battery and resisting arrest. FAMU GRADUATES WITH GREATER DISTINCTION Students who graduated

Joe Lang Kershaw, a Coconut exercising his constitutionalright He was accused of biting the ii..m Florida A&M University "with greater distinction" during the April, 1966 commencement -.

Grove school teacher, "no one has a right to police during the arrest, and exercises were, left to right, front row: Joyce Steney, Jacksonville;
12,840, came third in Group break the law." the arrests of some 22(' other Evelyn E. Russell, Boynton Beach; Blanche R. Hammond, St. Augustine; Caroline
22. David L. Brower, 20,087, Mrs. Jean Williams, Greg demonstratots protesting
Second left to right Rev. R. Wills Panama cilYfElla
Brown, Plymouth. row, are: James ,
and Walter S. Pesetsky, 15.669 ory's attornay asked the against the administration of
will be in the runoff. Others: court to permit a stay in the Benjamin C. Willis, superin- Boozy, St. Petersburg; and John E. Collins, Miami. FAMU staff photo by

William M. Atwater, ll,854i; jail sentence. Lee denied the tendent of schools. Ernest Fillyau.j .


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 6,1966

ay A a + OCT 1..ls. Laeri) Biil.il if National
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nice field. I feel also that 1 ;,
have learned
Two DCT students are a number of the
working in the bookkeeping rt bank's operation." ,

department of the Lincoln Jacquelyn was born j
National Bank, 6013 NW 7th ami. Her hobbies are cookC,
Li Ave. and are making commend- sewing and Softball. She is I !
able progress. FBLA, the Red Cross and the : '
DCT Club at Northwestern
The bank then the
gives :
,, Levern Fletcher, 17, O'f
opportunity to put, into
5515 NW'24th Ave.
the theory they learn; in dent at the Miami a Itllo
school and first hand Jackson|
14 they get '
Senior High School. He plane "
information on the operation
for his future to take 1!
and practices of the Institu- Bank j
tion. ing and Commercial Art.

Jacquelyn D. Davis, 18, Lavern was born at U. 1

of 1620 NW 67th St.,. is the w.a Rae, Oa. His parents are Mr,
and Mrs. Lewis ;I
Fletcher. ,
daughter of Mrs. Albertha '
The management i.9 fjh7 I ;
Hymes. She is a 12 grade stu- I
i-- t dent of Miami Northwestern bank has expressed satisfao-- ;'
tion with the ?
p Senior High School. adaptability and IP'Met :
4tJJ Speaking of her future interest shown by these :

plans, she said, "I would like .. .youngsters in their work, It '
fine future
to stay in the field of banking L. Fletcher J. Davl them. a for ,

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Red Cross Meeting May 17 AUTO INSURANCE "

'* The Wade County Chapter, outstanding community ser- Check our new, lower rates and easy financing
". ) American Red Cross will hold vice and announcement by the IMMEDIATE SRttt FlUNG "

its annual dinner meeting at Awards Committee of the two Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift :
the Everglades Hotel on May civic groups who won this

17. There will be a hospitality year's Red Cross Awards for D. Goodman and Son, Inc. I '

hour at 6:30 p.m. followed communi ty betterrm. n t., "Insurance, Real, Estate, Mortgage" } ,
by dinner at 7:20 p.m. The Business member AH People Democratic Club
Troop 77 Gets first dinner is informal and the 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380 p'\
public is invi ted. Reserva-
I tions must be made in ad- SEWING MACHINE .
vance at Red Cross Chapter
Eagle Scout Headquarters, 5020 Biscayne REPAIR SPECIAL

Blvd. Jim Fain, editor of the *CU
At a 19I'IlIalceremony for 6th National scout Jamboree Dayton Daily News will be *Adjust| oil tensions : !

the Eagle Award, Troop 77 which was held in Valley guest speaker. *Chang. no.dU and belt SEE "MR. JACK" ,:,
proudly presents its first Forge, Penn.In Fain, who recently spent a FOB
All( work don. In horn
candidate for the highest month in South Viet Nam your
1965, Fred received STYLES FOR ;
award in scouting, Sunday material for* 'I
Troop 77 Award for the gathering story
scout The Very Latest In Men's Fashions -"
May 15 at 5:30 p.m. best scout spirit, teamwork, his paper will tell of his ex-
Fred C. Bethel 'began his and scout participation. Just periences there. TOTAL COST $1.50All SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS ,
scouting career in Troop 77 recently because of his; The annual meeting will ITALIAN SHOES 'j

at the age of 11. Since that outstanding scout record and include the sutomary election Work Guaranteed 944 NW 2ndAve. Miami, Florida 1
time, he has served well as a leadership ability, Fred was of the new board members CALL 634/6242

scout and held various offices selected to serve on the staff recognition of volunteers for ......
in the Troop. In the at Boy Scout Camp Sebring
leadership capacity he has during the ten week summer .
served as Senior Patrol Leader camp period.
Troop Instructor, and is I'i
presently serving as Junior Scout. Bethel is a 10th
Assistant. Scoutmaster. grader at B.. t. WashingtonHigh !
Scout Bethel has participated School and a member of ONLY
in all Troop activities, st. Agnes' Episcopal Church
both district and council- where he also serves as an
wide. Since joining Troop 77 Acolyte. Fred lives with his
in 1961,Fred has never missed parents, Mr. and Mrs. New- Liberty Homes Estates
''a summer camp experience.in. some at 371 NW 16th St. Troop
1964, he was a member of 7'1 is sponsored by St. Agnes
the South Florida Jamboree Episcopal Church and L. A. i :
Contingent that attended the Smith serves at scoutmaster. OiE1ttTLu1II1Il1iIlIHi1'tllhI


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appeal by the NAACP in a The NAACP appealed to A Chatham County Super br _* '
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store ordered by its Savanah award. The appeal said the destroy his business by pick- .* -KK
branch. NAACP did not know of the eting.
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i ed Wednesday that the appeal Superior Court. The Savannah two of the branch officers and
I had to be dismissed as "im- branch was "semi-autoni- the Georgia State Conference .* -
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Justice William O. Douglas, grocery store owned by ference but otherwise upheld* ,
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wrote a nine-page him of stealing and had beaten show in any respect" that the '
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plans and preparing for ANNOUNCES obtained from the Postal 1|K ;
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4 THE: ,MIAMI J TIMES, Friday, May 6, 1966 .


r n To Be Equal

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher c'1 q : ,
\ \ Whitney M. Young Jr.
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes J by I

WILLIAM W. BRIDE City Editor Executive Director National Urban League

OSCAR W. WEAVER, Orculatlon.Adv lng Manager The results of the May 3rd primary are now a mat- -

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers, Association ter of record. We've studied the returns and the overall YOUNG PEOPLE CONCERNED WITH CIVIL RIGHTSA

picture looks good, but there is much room for im-
provement. During the campaigning everyone who recent survey has confirmed what of
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 us
considered himself or herself anyone offered their have known for a long time-that today's college students -

endorsement in favor of various candidates. The news committed to the civil
are more rights
Ent.r.d as S.cond Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post cause
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 papers and political organizations, after screeningthe than to any issue. The survey was conducted by the
different individuals offered their opinions as to Educational Testing Service, which queried college
Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 .. which candidates they considered best equipped for deans in 850 college universities on student activities.

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" the position and offered their backing.To Thirty-eight percent of the deans said that local

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead some people an endorsment by an individualof civil rights issues had led to campus demonstrationsat

the world from racial and notional antagonism when it accords standing or a newspaper removes any doubt as to their schools. In the larger colleges-those with

to every man regardless of race, creed or color his the qualifications of the candidate. His aims and pur- more students-56 percent had such demonstrations.
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man--the
become their aims and This is contrary
Negro Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that poses purposes. It is significant that no other issue caused as
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. to the American Ideology upon which our present much concern among students.
system is based. The recent Supreme Court decisionof
This is nothing new to those of us in the civil
one man, one vote offers a clear understanding as
BURNS VS. HIGH to what our American system offers. rights movement. We have known all along that the
gold-fisheaters of past g nerations and the "silentgeneration"
of citizens as to what an
The is Many our are unaware
Primary over. So far, so good. It ended as of the 2950's have given to
Ye endorsement really is. To them I'd like to say that it way a new
anticipated. Although keeping count of the
kind of youth-deeply concerned with the great moral
returns as they came in on TV Tuesday night had him is but an individual's expressed approval of a par
questions of the day and deeply committed to
ticular candidate. There endorsements but right
worried. It looked as if Scott Kelly would be a sure are group
winner for second place and "a real challenger for Go- they only reflect the feelings of the group as a whole. past wrongs. The response to the Peace Corps, to

venor Burns, the incumbent.Ye Editor found that Mayor The endorsement links the endorser to the candidate.The Vista, to all the other social projects demanding sacrifice

High was confident that when all the returns were in, endorser has found the platform of the candidateto and discipline, is indicative of this.

I he would be in the runoff, and that's the way it ended. be compatible with his mood of thought and thereby For most of America, the first awareness of the

i Governor Burns got 351,311 votes, Mayor High formed a union. What the endorser considers urgent civil rights movement came in the early '69's when

, 321,309 and Scott Kelly 312,415. and necessary may be trivial and unimportant to you. young college students began sit-ins at segregated

Considering the amount of money spent by Governor The endorsers ideas concerning good government may lunch-counters and took part in "freedom rides" into

I Burns and Kelly's supporters, Mayor High has differ from your theory of what constitutes good gov- the South. Today, it is these concerned young people

ever reason to be pleased with the results of the ernment. Therefore, the endorsed candidate could not who do the hard, difficult work in voter registration
Primary. Dade County did not let him down. He re- but find that of
possibly represent you, we many our
projects in Alabama take in the
ceived 97,436 votes to Burns 60,862 in 324 of 326 pre citizens choose their candidates form their endorse
cincts. grams in Mississippi, and work with young childrenin
ments. dare not their because
They trust own judgement,
our northern slums.So .
Now that Senator Kelly is out of the race, it is of nobody likes to back a loser. If the voters who
the dedication and comj itment of the
I I t\ real importance which candidate he will support. Will attest to having supported a winning candidate were young are
\ familair to us because of the work have done
, he consider High, who for the second time blockedhis counted there would be no votes for the losers. This they ,
even if it puzzles their There is
way at a chance against Governor Bums or will he happens because no one wants to be apart from the parents. a great

maintain a benevolent neutrality. Ye Editor hopes he majority. No one wants their line of thinking to be out gulf between the generations. Often, after giving a talk

use his influence favorably for High. The Miami Times of focus with the main stream, but this is contrary to to business groups, some businessmen will come up to

has some respect for Governor Bums, but must remain fact. No two individuals will react in exactly the talk to me about their children. They are disturbed and

loyal to the candidate they supported in 1964-66 Rober same manner under identical circumstances. This is concerned that they cannot seem to communicate with

King High, Mayor of the city of Miami, who is hoped, true because each of us are completely different in these kids, that they have grown apart, that the young-

will be the next governor of the state of Florida. dividuals. What may be considered failure to one mightbe sters just don't respect them, and that there is very

. 'Vox populi, vox Dei." the epitome of success to another.We little communication an d. more They are disturbed by

Six of the nine senate seats were secured in are all mankind, supposedly created in God's this because they feel that their years of work have

' I Tuesday's primary. Assured of their nominations were image, but there are simularity ceases. The desires of been spent to accumulate that wealth which will give
>I incumbent senators Robert Haverfield, George Holla- differ and does their aims and
men greatly, so pur- their children more luxurious lives. Yet, their children
I han and John Spottswood of Key West. Edmond Gong,
If views set from the main stream
poses. your you apart turn their backs on it and prefer to roll up their
I Robert Shevin and Dick Fincher had little trouble ink
I winning their races. this does not necessarily make them wrong, but it sleeves and take part in the hard, difficult social probe
does offer subject matter for debate and once the
facing the nation.
I: Facing runoffs were District 17 candidates Mau-
facts known the results will
> rice Ferre and Lee Weissenborn; District 45 candi- are sometime'amaze you. For their part, the young people tell me quite similar
| dates Elton S. Gissendanner and Tom Spencer; and We should each set up a screening t committee of things when I speak at their colleges, "I just

> restrict 46 candidates Ralph R. Poston and Alexander one (ourselves), check the qualifications of a candi- don't understand my paren tsl They tell me to be hon-
date. Find the one most appealing to us and our ideas
;I :. Gordon. est, to be morally upright, to hold the values whichare
Five Democratic candidates for the House and form our own union. Our candidates may end up
truly and
meaningful to be
but thenI
losers but we will have voted our opinions."To .
breezed to victories and need not about
easy worry look at them and don't
see doing that. They
the runoff. Facing no opposition were Carey Matthews, the many friends who have voiced approvalof live in a
|, Louis Wolfson, Kenneth Myers, Murray Dubbin and my previous columns, I'd like to say I consider doesn't hire neighborhood, Dad's'company
\ Richard Pettigrew. Winning the nomination in the primary them au fait.Militant.' Negroes, they conform to what everyone
else is going, they say they believe in the values
1 were Mrs. Maxine Baker, Jeff Gautier, Robert
I Graham, Robert Hartnett and Jess Yarborough. they taught me, but I think they are hypoctites." Thatis

South African what young people tell me at every campus I visit.
| mmmThe of this
glory is htat the young have adoptedthe

right values and are living by them. Their lives
>! There are so many people in the world who seem j
>; to forget that crime does not pay. Crime does not pay j Newsman Honored Here beacuse of this, are truly moral and diverse, and interesting -

>i: in this world, and it certainly will not pay in the world ; after all they are helping to change theworld.

, to come. One need only to glance at our daily papers L. II. Waltom, manager of The tragedy in all this is that the pain of sepa-
[' or listen to radio or television for crime of all kinds inK South Africa's Rand Daily ration between the generations is so senseless. If

; every state in our nation. Mail, one of the world's most parents acted the e ay they spoke, this_gap would not

t I In Dade County this week, we are told that our courageous newspapers, is ona exist. If they weren't so conformist, they would regain
i is overcrowded and 10-day tour of the United
> jail 50 prisoners are sleeping on the
of their
respect children
and look
* States to the 1966 could ''once again
i the floors. This information comes from our newly appointed -
I sheriff Robert L. Floyd. He said 72 convicted World Press Achievement themselves in the eye.

[x felons sentenced to serve time at the jail rather than Award of the American News And it really wouldn't take much to restore the

f': at a state correctional institution. paper Publishers Associationthat communication between the generations. Parents would
was won by his news-
paper.A find it easy to become activist and fight for a more

[' $500,000 WANTED equal society. They needn't head South, they have to

( The Sheriff's Department has put in a 1966-67 South native Africa of, Johannesburg Walton spent, r1X M1 start living up to their abstract beliefs, the ones their

'' budget request for $500,000 to furnish and equip Tuesday in Miami and was i'A kids take seriously. They can take action against segregation

I two of the unfinished floors in the jail building. Six guest at a luncheon given in W in their communities, in their business, in

f'of 10 floors are occupied. The upper four floors are his honor by the Miami = housing, in education, politics, and' in their own

L available for expansion but have never been completed. Herald at the Dupont Plaza personal lives. They can see this as an opportunity to
Hotel. those in
Among attendance -
[. President facilities have 829 bunks said the sheriff were CommissionerM. tear away the hypocrisy which separates them from the

L' and food alone is costing the citizens of Dade County Athalie Range, the Rev. 'young, and can bring meaning back to those values to
[ $1473 a month to feed the 72 felons serving their time Edward T. Graham and Garth which they give only lip-service now.
[. in Dade County jail. C. Reeves, managing editor
of the Miami Times.
The Rand Daily Mail, a
t Miami's Civil Service Board has recommended a I morning paper with 112,000 L. H. WALTON

>I,,15 per cent increase in pay for the city's 42,000 circulation, received the policy of racial segregation,
await for its bold crusade in and has been frequent
c/workers. : target
the face of severe government of
: In a memo to City Manager M. L. Reese and the government action.
harrassment. It is
one The award
r Commissioners, the board warned that failure to grant of the was presentedat
4 i strongest opponentsof the ANPA's convention in
E raises will place the city in a dangerous
; government 4 i South Africa's official New York City April 21.


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George M. Brown, of Booker T. Washington, third
place winner in an Arbor Day contest with an essay on gfffP11"/III
"How to Make Miami More Beautiful." George is a
DCT student who works in the duplicating departmentat fO. '

Lindsey Hopkins. ......_w... fJ.PA

MARY BROWN ETHEL ROLLS /tfIA f >, ,.,' '.'
Pauline Willis, librarian at Northwestern has .' .
The American Legion 24. Both girls are seniors <,
been appointed by State Superintendent to an advisory' Auxiliary No. 165 has select- at B. T. Washington High ih :'
committee for the implementation of Title II EducationAct. ed Ethel E. Rolle to represent School. EMERGENCYCAMPAJfc' =

the unit at Girls State in The Auxiliary will hare v. > '.MAY t'* MAY u ., 1 968, ,kA lQUALITYFASIIIONWIGS
Tallahassee, Fla. Mary Brown, its regular meetings everyis
Roscoe Speed and the Miami Jackson Chorus, Ar- the alternate. Ethel will first and third Wednesday
thur Evans and the Northwestern Chorus and to Billy be in Tallahassee June 17- night.

Johnson and the Southwest Chorus for their excellent

performances at the County Music Festival along with Veteran Actor Stars at
all participants choral directors
and parents who
supported the grand and glorious affair at Miami Beach READY TO STYLE AND RESTYLE ANY WAY
last weekend. Coconut Grove Ptayfc* &*. Simply stunning wigs made of highest quality
hair and matenals; child's play to style. Hold
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The CYO at Holy Redeemer church, Michael When the Broadway musical any price. Order now. Costs you nothing if
Seymour president, sponsored its annual Calendar Teaon smash, "The Zulu and you don't agree.
The Zayda," opened May 3, a' BUY NOW MY LATER!YOUR CECRCTI
Sunday. Mrs. John Davis and Mrs. Warren Weltersare
direct from i la New York run No embarrassing ques-
sponsors.So tions just mail cou
at the Cort Theatre, costarring -
Pay only $6.66 a
with Menasha Skulnik t month for 12 months.
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Having left the cast of now,pay-later terms.
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Loretta Young, daughter of Mrs. Ann Warren and Broadway shows as "Take a your hairdresser.
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Mother's Day party for the senior citizens of Jollivette Big-Eyed Buddy in. "Tam- Equally famed as a singer 110 days and pay nothing. I r

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Get well wishes to Grace Clark Wynn at Christian his first Broadway role in and Saturdays. Spec- I'Address .,

Hospital; Clara Bell Pratt at Kendall Hospital; Percy "Take a Giant Step." ial group theatre parties are State Code .
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Sympathy to the Bell, Browne, Major and Martin Broadway success as the 1.
gentle friend from the interiorof
families in the loss of their sister and aunt, Lottie who
South Africa, stands
Wilson Harris at Bronx, New York. besides the aging grandfather.

CURTAIN TIME AT Commissioned in a status, F !E fem. 1 S1AT; TE RA'CES' 'kC A L;
JACKSON: class-conscious Johannesburg -

Curtain goes up at 8:30 p.m. for the emotion- to guard his charge, the
packed thespian production "A Raisin in the Sun" at play revolves around the rela-

Miami Jackson Auditorium, 1751 NW 36th Street. Performances -tionship of the two men in
will be repeated Friday and Saturday.It's their total understanding of
the warmth and comraderie,

birthday time: May 6-Ann Thomas, Grace

Smith, M. Z. Brown; May 7-Rosa Fortson, Ruth Polite,
Marguerite Miller, Emma Carroll, Bobbie Walker, Lois "MISS FLORIDA I IHON.

Forbes; May 8-Herbert L. Day; May 9-Robert Graham, COUNTY CONTEST'The Ii

Rosa Lee Boozer, James McFadgon; May 10-Flossie
Rogers, Leenette M. Pennington, Daniel McPhaul; Sunshine Club of Dado
County is sponsoring a "Mis .
May 11A. Lucille Crawford, Mildred B. Espy, Cezel Florida County Contest" s.n
Seymore; May 12-Joshua K. Dove. Happy Birthday!! Sunday, May 8 at 4150 NW

7th Ave. from 3-6 p.m. +
The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the The purpose of this con- I
Incarnation invite you and your friends to their Eighth test is to raise funds for the

Annual Fellowship Hour on Sunday, May 8 at 4 p.m. purchasing of televisions for L. L. BROOKS
1835 NW 54th Street. the state TB hospital in Lan-

The club is urging every-
By the time you read this, the Souters John and one to come out and support
Evelyn) of NW 76th St. will be on the 'Island of Pink this cause.


Sharon R. Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbert Stevenson is home from FAMU, completing her
freshman term.Members. CALLM.IvIm

of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity entertained Fox r f 5

guests at their annual Black and White Ball Friday
night at Bayfront Park. FOR s. ,elm t tT ti

Phi Beta Sigma men chose the Cutler Ridge Com-
munity Center for their Spring Sweetheart Ball on Sa- MIHUL FUNDS

; t/ 1 ,r r wy J r 4
Gary Range had a group of teenagers at his homeon

Saturday.night for a semi-formal party. ,

Frank and Vivian Stanley of Louisville hurried F5 : 'llf Y ,
home for the Kentucky Derby after spending last week- I Y gyouI ,

end here.1110UGHT.
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+ Dine at

.' Round About LcJies, c me nd eutS : Hassan

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Talk I \ + Franks
; rA. r Ault

I ,Mrs. Cleveland Miles, 24ryear-old Cleveland couple

years j&arried and crowned "Queen and King" of New : Sir Jobs
',Yorkjsr' Shalimar in-crowd set two Friday rites ago 'ileI
Lasl:Friday morning Oliver, waiting outsIde his 123rdSt. Holll'!
+ ji
apt. in a car, spotted his wife, Iris, and his best ---I
friend, Dorsey Walker, walking out of the apt. and !k = f SERYIROifTY1
'entered a cab.:PJlver: ; with a gun in hiS hand, pulledhis I-' ;t
wife out, shot her, turning (he,gun on his friends ;SPECIAL OFFER NATIVE BOILED FISH
shooting im'in the shoulder as he fled 9 walked 4 Pigeon Peas & Rice Stewed Conch t
over to his wife's ('unconscious [' body and'I I fired five $99.50 WIGS + Conch Fritters Conch Salad t

more shots into her head. Iris is the daughter of Mrs. A. Crabs & Rice t
Laura Barcy of Mobile, ,Ala: Oliver is a barber, at the 45.00CHEZJREGIS I BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS
Shalimars Barber and cafe ; t
Shop popular ,in Harlem's I TSouse
Steaks Chops
society ... New U. S. Customs Justice James,L. Shrimps 1
Watson, a Pre LBJ appointee.Lifetime job $30,000 (
Thanks all the friends that come by to see t
t a year, Derrick A. Bell, junior assistant counsel Ott 4, to
of the NAACP legal dept., resigned his post to take $"$. FRANK PRICE AT THE t
over federal post as deputy director of the Office of %aMt SWIG & BEAUTY SALON JJ I 1
Civil Rights Dept. of Health and Education Welfare 6 17 NW 15tIi' Ave, I 691-508! ;4o Sir John Hotel Restaurant

., Sammy Davis Jr. succeeds Kivie kaplan as chair- iffi | I i T 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. J 1
-, man of the Life Membership Committee of the NAACP srsEq; iprsut Mo Utt Prkti +
Three cheers for our national hero, the late MiltonB. 1276 NW. 6 STREET MIAMI FLORIDA]t
Olive III for saving the lives of his four soldier CoI F*rAppeintw.n4M ................

comrades by falling on a live hand grenade in Viet
Nam last autumn. President John son awarded him the
300 Scouts
Congressional Medal of Honor. It took great courage i
and fast decision to become a dead hero than a live
,coward. Above and beyond the call of duty. Attend CampThree

., MANHATTAN MERRY GO ROUND ,Sidney hundred Scouts and
Poitier on 125th Street and 7th Avenue writing auto leaders of District 10, South
graphs from the sidewalk Gloria Lynn a smash Florida Council Boy Scouts of
hit at the Apollo.last week Dianne Warwick at America held its annual spring
Basin Street East Solomon Burke, Tommy Hunt Camporee April 15-17 at the
and Slim Harpo(scratch my back)headline the Apollo'snew Richmond Park Recreation
in Richmond Heiahts.
show King Curtis' Big Band at Small's Para-

dise |(Big Wilt's Place, New York ,Amsterdam This affair was cosponsoredwith
News,* one of America's greatest and most powerful Dade County Park and
Negro newspapers, hailed by Vice President Hum- Recreation Department. Ofl41I

phrey, John Lindsey,,Mayor of New York and Governor Scoutcraft was displayed'in \ T Tk
Rocky on the special progress 232 pages', for April camping, fire building, ax- \
23. Progress of the New York Negro, a story of 300 manship, cooking and in physical :
i years of hardships and pain. fitness.

SPOTLIGHT TURNS TO KEY WEST Alfred Phil Dixon served as Cam-
H. Chapman, AM S3 of the Navy dedicates Benny poree Chief with a staff of
King's hit "I've Got so Much Love to Give" to Phylis Dade County Recreation per-
Allen Clinton of Key West, to Eureka Turner.VBare Aonnel. Units represented &
) 'Footin" and .sends" ,regards to Joe Key, Oscar McIntosh were as follows:'Troop 35, St.
Paul AME Church, Thomas
and Bop Brown, jazz spot prop. on PetroniaSt. Bland / ,
Scoutmaster; Troop 56, --- THE NEW
The in-crowd set society of the Jungle Bar ,on Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Syl-
Duval and Petronia and the VFW hall on Emma, Al vester Thompson, leader; '
dedicates Kim Weston's "Helpless". Hansel Freemanto Troop 73, Frank C. Martin
Claudette, "This is a Man's World." Elementary School PTA, Her-
bert Ammons, scoutmaster and JAMESCLUB

NEW YORK MIAMIAN Eunice Charlow, ex Robert Nicholson, assistant;
BTW starlet ( a teenage flame of Calvin Mapp at that Troop 74, Mays High School
PTA, Alvin.Bryant, scoutmaster -
time star football player). Eunice is now the wife ofa ; Troop 76, Ebenezer M.
noted business man, Kealie Howard and resides at Church, Lennis Johnson,
102-36 188th St. In the exclusive Hollis, L. I. She is scoutmaster; Troop 77, St.
the mother of a 7-year-old son and works for the social Agnes Episcopal Church,
security dept.SCOOP Leroy A. Smith, scoutmaster;
Troop 79, St. John Baptist
BETHEL TO DISC JOCK AT PONEY Church, Henry W. Daniels, 3615 NW 2nd AVENUE
Stable. I will spin your favorite records April 31 and scoutmaster; Troop 94, Poin-
4 May 1 at Grace's, Barn, the Poney Stable, 2105 Ali ciana Park Elementary School
Baba Ave. Come by and say hello to Scoop. PTA,Rev.C.W. Preston leader -
; Troop 353, J. R. E. Lee
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC Martha and Elementary School PTA, John
the Vandellas in competition with the Supremes for Hollaway, scoutmaster; Troop THURSDAY MAY 6th
390, Likkie C. Evans Elemen-
No. one spot as top female vocal group. The Vandellas tary School PTA, Ebenezer ,
Dancing in The Street, started their rise to stardom. Edwards, leader and Charles
Their latest, My Baby Loves Me, sold over a mil- Turner, assistant scoutmaster;
lion. Martha Reeves, Betty Kelly and Rosalind Ash- Earlington Heights Elemen- DANCING ENTERTAINMENT NITELY
ford are the Vandellas three parts, all from Detroit. tary school, Henry Murray,
They, like the Supremes, are Berry Gordy's Motown scoutmaster and George E.
Recording stars. The Vandellas also ,starred on the Thomas sentative., institutional repre-
Dick Clark Saturday noon show and were a smash .
Percy Sledge's When a ,Man Loves a Woman to Lo sHill Other Scouters that added TUESDAY
Van Dykes' No Man is an Island dedicatedto much to the program were
Bobby Titus Reid, Miami-Dade College student 'Samuel J. E. Forde, district
leader I'll Take Good Care of You to Barbara commissioner;Jonathan Thurs- r ;! GO-GO NITEWEDNESDAY
FAMU ton and Samuel B. Grant,
Page, that Orlando lassie attending The
both assistant district com- '! 1
Righteous Brothers hit recording. Mv Soul and Heart
Thomas Jones,
o"" ; t: ,
Inspiration dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams district caoiQirui chairman 'and e :
:(newly weds). She is the former Natherly Wilcox. A William T. Anderson, activi- ( '!
December event.MIAMIANS ties chairman.

IN NEW YORK .Mrs. Leona Ford,
of the, Miami Beach Nurse Service 'in New York with 'Any wh.... In the world' Y c'
a heart patient She arrived last week by plane you want to go"
with patient. If her patient is out of danger Mrs. Ford TICKCR CQtr ri'i *
will leave for Miami May 2. In New York she is living BE \
at the Clifton Hotel. In Miami she resides at 3337 NW ,;;
48th'St. She is the mother of two daughters, Hyacinthof -

Bell Telephone and Lonathan Fingers ;. Mrs. ;
Elizabeth Johnson, widow of the late Charles Johnsonand 11AI'EL 4111lU11 ,ii.t, LADIES NITE

mother of Pee Wee is sick at Kings County,Hospital Your Neighborhood Trawl
''* in Brooklyn A get well card 1198 Carrol St., Agont. .

(ti Brooklyn .. Mrs. Bessie Cater'Kirkland, a member A.MO' to you a* yourol t:,'';" ,,,:: :/ 'II :,:C.,
4 of the Eastern ,Star is very active in NY politics. She >hono.. Give us a call.
played a great part in the elction of Mayor Lindsay. tfo 'dell..,. 1104 NW 3rd
of Mrs. Lula .Avo. FR 98451. Chas. C. No Admission No Cover
*She' is the later Mae Tymes of 74th St. North, Monogor. -
r. Bee Hubert.of 135 *.- 143rd St. is'atarf driver and

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,out with his selections I that these
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I've been so darned busy, I |lust couldn't' find time to
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MY SELECTION: RUN-OFF OR WIN to her "box." I took It to her last Sunday and she
really. appr.cioted.v.ryon.'s thoughtfulnoss.
Bums-High Bums-High

Faircloth Faircloth We mov.d Into our new house about th,.. weeks age.
Turner Swan' Swan-Turner It Is so nice and feels wonderful to have room to turn around.
FalkDuke FalkDukeBalikesKleinLee My moth. Is visiting my broth. In Ft. Louderdale. She has
: Balikes-Klein-Lee been" down a couple of times to spend several days with
McGinnis-O'Connell McGinnis-O'Connell me. She Is 82 years old and a living doll. She still has as ;
Haverfield Haverfield much pep as I have. Since she is my mother, I hove to b.
prejudlced-but she really Is a wonderful, wonderful wo-
Ferre Weissenborn Weissenborn-Ferre
man. lust wish all of you could meet her.
Gordon-Poston PostonGordonFischer

Brake-Canaday Brake-Canaday Everything Is still lumping at the "Note." W.'.. had
Carroll-Firestone Firestone-Carroll i several birthday parties as well as |lust"fvn" get-togethers.
Kershaw-Brower Brower l Why don't you come In and see what's happening. We servo
Rolle-Vosloh Vosloh the coldest beer In town and a choice of fine win... Our
s i' !r 1 !' barbecue Is the best. Vera will be serving you this weekend -

Out of 26 candidates, J missed 2 and was correct In the kitchen, .Mary, Gladys, and Jactle| inti.e_bar.,
k J Foots and I will be on hand to try. to see that you enjoy
with 24; however, at the polls, I voted for some other .u.If.
that I didn't menti9n because of space limitation in _-.J-'.,.... : ....J.t;;, ,

this column; however, here are others I selected; Janis: E. Watts, 18yearold"Miami Northwestern Foots Is working like mad on our outside patio. Wo
OesterleStedman'Barmack Lake Hartnett senior, was third place winner in the Elks State Oratorical hope to have It ready In a couple of weeks. I know you will
Lewis Mayo and Dickenson. Out of a 173 runners, Contest at Sarasota last week. Granddaughterof .nIOY It. i*

I selected 32 that stood up and missed only 3theywere Watts of 1875 NW 69th St., Janis plansto
Mrs. Virgie Love and kisses to all of you from Foots, Mary, Gladys, j
Berman Kershaw Bennedetto. So out of 13 enroll at Miami-Dade Junior College in Septemberfor Jackie, Vera, Chubby, and Yours Truly. Look for mo next j
races, which included so many in various groups, I pre-course before enterting the University of Miami week In the Times (I'll try to make It). I'll see you this
fared well-about 99% of my predictions were correct. Bob week In the Blue Note ELINOR.
Law School. Glamour photo by Thompson. I
Now if I could only do the horses at Tropical, ot Hialeah -
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'rich-anyway, another election will come up in about
three weeks and we shall see what we shall see. __ ., If u JJ/ ( Jt I f
Miami-Dade Junior College a Sixty-six honor marched in full academic
graduates regalia -officers and faculty divisiondirectoii t
fifth and largest class of whose scholastic achievements in the traditional pro- of the college.
Jacobs. 1,620 was graduated on Sun- won them membershipin cession. Music was provided. 1j 1
day in ceremonies at the Phi Theta Kappa, national for by' the college orchestra j
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Chas "Bonded" North Campus John P. Kenne- honor society, were recognized directed by Robert Basso, .
Lockhart. dy Health Center.Dr. by President Masiko. and the college choir, directed -I
Peter Maslko, Jr., Of the 1,620 graduating, by Robert Benson. Dr. Irving Coast
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Quentin North. M-DJC president, awarded 1,253 received the Associatein Lehrman of Temple TailorsFEATURING
Associate in Arts and Associate Arts, 325 the Associate in Bmanue-El gave both invoca-
in Science degrees, to Science, with the remainder tion and benediction.
Tuesday morning past-Judge John D. Johnson, THE NEW,
the graduates and introduced being awarded diplomas of Miami-Dade Air Force OAK SLACK SUIT \
Brownsville EOPI Center director, went before the State Attorney General Eat I graduation for completion of cadets formed a color guard Unclaimed Pants for Sale
County Commission to present a plan for the better- Faircloth, who delivered the other two-year program of for the raising of the colors. I
ment Brownsville and the Lib-City areas. Ed Pierce, commencement address. study. M-DJC registrar Wil Dignitaries on the dias Alterations and Remodeling
managing editor of Miami News refuses to allow any Recipient of the college's fred Charlton assisted the included members of the Dade FAST SERVICE

of his employees to attend any new conference, which annual Alumni Award was president in awarding de Board of public Instruction, TIT NW 62. ST.
request, he doesn't send any of his Negro staff. AsEdd Leon Robinson, associate grees. the Junior College Advisory
director of student activitiesand Preceding the ceremony, Committee, superintendent of PL 8-3901
if of staff is excluded-no-
puts any my Negro A cuff while wait
member of the faculty; Miami-Dade's 599memberfaculty Public Instruction Joe Hall,
body goes-three cheers for Ed. Associa- together with "Anytime"
since Alumni
1961. provided an impressiveand administr.tive.
.. .. ..
tion president John Cripps colorful spectacle as they -
My editor, Garth Reeves said to me and I quote made the presentation in
"Why don't you write about some night clubs?" andI which he praised Prof. Robinson -
sez to him-what nite clubs?" The only clubs that for dedicated service and ........................4

are active are the Continental and the Knight Beat- lasting contributions to the

and there you are. The New James Club will reopen students Retiring of Miami-Dade.professor and -: The NEW PARISIAN ROOM t

Thursday, May 12th, but what can I say about them at chairman of the department of
this time. I maintain that any club that will hire non- engineering graphics since
ready yockey dock musicians and cheap talent will not 1961,Max Morris,was presented : 726 NW 79th ST.

or cannot survive. I'm not referring to any one particular the college's Meritorius .

club-but this goes for all clubs Seems the Island Service Award by the presi- t Friday aid Saturday May 617 I
Club and the Continental Clubs are the only ones dent. .
involved in buying good name entertainment. I don't .
know what the Mr. James Club is going to do. The :
people that will operate it are not new to the business. PAN AMERICAN
the Palms Cafe in N.Y.
Ralph Bastone is operating
and the 845 Club in the Bronx. I know the gentlemanfrom WORLD AIRWAYSThe (Mr. Excitement) 3I

years back and his policy has always been good + And
entertainment. The new James Club is in good hands. World's Most L


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dory are invited.
.r "yf Fwns.n+w.FpR YYWw-;rvn.IwS

FROM IN AN Carver The 5693 VFW post of ___ __ _
Opa-locka will hold its installation v
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on Saturday night

AR QUDTHE BAHAMAS Ranches I// at Opa-locka.8 at the The Lions location Club in is

News just off State Road 9 and Opa-
locka Blvd. Past Commander
Kernell Dames has been selected -
House of Assembly r Walter Bow
caret Hospital April 1. commander of the
has approved a resolution 1 sides her husband, she is Lodge No. 542 is invited.
presented by Orville Turn-' regular, meeting post. The public
vived by a son, Mcs. Lemons is the new president 'rw --rrwLONGSHOREMEN+ +
quest, National Democratic ay 6 at the Masonic
I daughter, Mrs. Ivern Ladies'Auxiliaryand
of the
Prty member, to beautify and t Road. Mem-
six grandchildfen, three is vice-
develop the Southern Recrea' be present. Sister
tion Grounds as a playground ters and three brothers. president. SAY THEY WERE DECEIVED

arid park. The improvements Broward Post
1 ********** Florida Stars Bowling
arp to include an attendant on VFS, will hold its League The will end its 1965-66 WE THE UNDERSIGNED, members of Local 1416

the grounds, a shelter building The body of "' of officers sun- bowling season for the winter ILA, Miami, Florida are disappointed that Luther Gib-

drinking, toilet fountains.facilities, ,and Tate,. 47, of Johnson 29 at 3 Fire p.m.Hall at the on Monday night, May 9. Burrows son and Cleveland Turner lied to us, March 22, 1965,
Fox Hill, was found, plectric has taken over first
and 21st St. The second. when they came,on the docks and organized us in ad-
' down on Balfour Street 1 place; Team 66,
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.r.rCharles morning of April 2. invited. Veterans Atlantic Seafood will battle vance to walk in and walk out at thfj meeting on March
F. Albury, assis- {investigating.. to will be served.Plenty next week for third. The ban- 23, 1965. There are many gshoremen who feel like

tant superintendent of Prisons" in the Fifth District, quet for the Florida stars will we do because of fear of not being hired, they'do not
..... in Lauderdale -
Birdland Ft.
** be at
has left for a three months' and post comman- 17th Ave. and Sunrise say anything. They are always talking- about what they

training course in Britian. The Mrs. A. B. Ingraham Blvd., Saturday May 21 9 a.m. got us. They haven't got us anything. All we got was
has been
course arranged by
H.' M. Prison Commissioners died at her home st in a boat along when Judge Henderson was president. The only thing

for overseas officers and is Point, Eleuthera April 6. adults. When the they got us was the people in the community in whichwe

being held at Staff College, is survived by five sons sank, the adults live, thinking we are the dumbest longshoremen in
vin, Osc rPatrlck.Erwin and disappeared SOUTH DADE
Wakefield Yorkshire.
Allan three' the world, but we are not.We were just misled.
; daughters, who was looking
.......*.* Martha Greenslade and patio on the Eastern The Mother's Day messageat Wages, vacations, welfare and pension ,benefits,
Misses Sarah and to the rescue Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, were obtained under the Judeg Henderson administration. -

L. 0. Pindling, PLP leader Ingraham; 22 the bodies. Ar-,, Perrine, will be preached by Four present officers make all indications that
) in the House of Assembly and eight great-great was too the the Rev. W. C.
pastor, they obtained these benefits which Judge Henderson
thinks people ought to be children. Edcar, and on May 15, members -I
strived hard for and when ob-
able to to Paradise free. many years
go will to St. Ruth Bap-
**....**.* .. go credit for
take all the
Recently a bill was presentedto tist Church, Dania, to partici- tained, they attempt to accomplishment -
the House to establish a million AUTEC pate in the pastor's anniver- ,

private toll on the bridge year-old Leroy taxi Armbrister driverwas, a U. S. base at sary. Buses will leave the Truth always come out, and many of us tndav,
linking Potter's Cay to Para Andros, was church at 2:30 p.m. correct and
tally injured April 9 realize that Judge Henderson was we were
disr..lsland. Mr. Pindling op-
car he was driving on April 14. Among the victims of clouded facts.
poses'the idea of people paying -
the cerem n- Mrs. Henrietta Marshall of
their way to Paradise with another auto. Eastman, Ga., has returned (Names withheld by request)
Clarke, the other driver, Sir Ralph Grey Gov-
"over public roadway.
a home after spending two weeks
taken to the Princess the Bahamas; Rear
with her daughter, Mrs. Eddie
Hospital in critical Norman J. Drustrup pear Friends
.** **...* Mae Smith, while she was in .. ,
and Buster Colebrooke The&y S., and representa Jackson Memorial Hospital.The I hereby wish to thank you immensely for your

Carl Emanuel Campbell, passenger, was in Bahama, British immediate response to my appeal which appeared in

18, was charged with the murder condition.His governments. International Eastern the Miami times in March. May the Lord bless and
of Randolph Curry, also was the sixth testing will be
Stars of Perrine are having health long life
18," on March 27. Campbell death in New Providence the 6,000-foot deep their annual Mother's Day tea keep you and may He also give you ,

allegedly stabbed Curry,while year. Grand Bahamas had Ocean. The base is at 10300 SW 183rd St. Sundayat and prosperity.{
the latter was riding a motor- a'450-acre tract, 3 The public is in- Y urs' Sincerely
scooter on Exuma St. A preliminary ........*. be staffed by a per- vited.p.m.Mrs. S. H. Willis and Rosie Ofen
held Naval and
hearing was
Mrs. E. M. Smith, worthy
April 4. The case goes to the The new clinic was Matrons.
next session of the Supreme at the Bluff, Eleuthera, THANKS This year was a banner year
April 2 by the Hon. for me. I want all my friends [
Court. Dear Mr. Reeves:
The Rev. Thomas A. Rolle,
Clarke, Minister of and friends to accept my many
.......... Men, women and Bonaby, 24, was pastor of St. Peter's Baptist Please allow me space in many thanks. May God con-
the settlement turned in the Magistrate's Church, Perrine is sick at his your paper to thank all of my tinue to bless all of you.
Clarence Bain, MHA was along with people from 15 with' the mur- homo in Miami. Members and friends and patrons who made Sincerely yours
sent ot the Princess Margaret parts of the island. A George, a 22- friends are praying for his it possible for me to celebrate Minnie Boles
Hospital on March 27, suffer- number of visitors were George was speedy recovery. my 39th year in hairstyling. 812 NW 3rd Avenue
ing from a heart condition. He from Nassau and Harbor death on Deveaux In the 900 block on 3rd Ave.

is Improving. Mr. Bain is well land, including on April 11. A pre-
known in Miami. tives,from the Health hearing will be held

.*f.....** ment.
The Bahamas Union of bridge connecting PERRINE PARKHOMES

Teachers has asked the Sec- Willard Ferguson, 18, with Great
retary of the Ministry of Education charged on April 4 with officially"opened
for permission to "ini- attempted murder on ( 20 said the Premier

tiate, a crash program of in- Dean on April 1. Roland Symonette.
set rce training to eliminate was in critical conditi is 564 feet long
th<'jf backlog of untrained the hospital and Dean wide. It is 20
teachers in the Bahamas." The'renabded in custody for and can be opened

plain calls for thr e hours week without bail. A to allow the'pass' .
evening study five days a nary hearing has been set "
wen, and classes during the May 19. .. SECTION
summer vacation.
....*.*... Mission Ca-
3 Bedroom One Bath
? K. C. Rahming, 19, Rev. E. A. Back-
Mrs. Emma Higgs, 66, wife George Roberts, 15m has been com-
oO'Charles: A. Higgs, died drowned in a mid-day It was dedi- Full Sodded Lots

suddenly, at the Pri ncess Mar- accident on April 16. 17.

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More than 400 guests were in attendance at the Church, and Congressman Claude Pepper were co- ers of Greater Miami. Mayor Robert King/ High wash S
Commissioner M. chairmen'of the banquet. The Rev. Graham was also among platform guests.
Athalie Community Range Award and Dinner numerous, honoring community leaders and toastmaster for the occasion.Connissioner P. William Burke, president of Variety, was the
23 speaker. He gave a report on the'work and conditionof
congregations Saturday evening.April Range was the recipient-of the the institution.Members .
The gala social affair was held at the[ Deauville Volunteer of Valor Award, highest public service citation of the Range family on the rostrum weir
of Variety. Mrs. Myrna Lee, daughter two Patrick and
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Hotel, Miami Beach, as a
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 6, 1966

IN MEMORIAMIn RANGE. fin other relatives and friends.

Services were held on Monday
of our dearly Enoch Bethel of 1824 NW
memory May 2 in the chapel.Mrs. .
CARDS IEIRQRIALS -- DEATHS beloved sisterCATHERINE 47th Terr died April 26. Mr.

A. PEDICANwho Bethel was a pioneer Miamianand Tealy Mulliens of 2575

departed this life May 7, was owner and operator ofa NW 52nd St. died April 30.Mrs. .
r- grocery store in this area Mullions was a pioneer

CARD-OF MEMORIAMIn 1963.As for many years. He is survivedby Miamian, having lived in Miami
THANKS IN CARD OF THANKS now the suns decliningrays
I at eventide descend five soils: George Carl, since 1905. She la survivedby

The family of fee later memory of our dell r and so our years are sinking Kenneth Allan and Donald two daughters Mrs. Linnie

brother and uncle The family of the late down to their appointed and Bethel; three daughters: Thelma Frlnks and Mrs. Dorothy Williams

DAVID THOMAS Davis, Dorothy Williams William other
Lord on the cores thine arms ; one son,
who departed this life April I were stretched to draw the and Alice Bethel; a sister, relatives and friends. serviceswill

25, 1960. 1t It nations nigh. Oh grant us Caroline Morely; twenty-one: be held Friday May 6 at

; Gone but not forgotten. then that corss to love and grandchildren; other relatives 12 noon at Baiters Chapel.Mrs. .

f May he reat in peace and light t Y. In those arms to die. To God and friends. Services were

perpetual shine upon him.,. the Father God the Son, and held Monday May 2 at the Lugenia Powell of 359

Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson,1, A.v God, the Holy Ghost all glorybe Church of the Incarnation. NW 14th St. died May 2. She

..I.toiMre. from saints on earth and I fa survived by a brother J. C.aundera .
Horace Cornelius of 365A NW
.Spero Sweating from the angelic host. $ of Coataville, Pa.
15th St. died In Homestead,
sister May her soul rest In peace and a cousin Wlttielmina
Colleen Sprigs, niece ; and may light perpetual shine: April 27. He la survived by a Anderson; a sister-in-law,

Winifred Taylor niece upon her. brother. Claxton Lattimore; Mrs. Thelma Felder; other
Maybel R aid nie ce other relatives and friends.
The Family relatives and friends.Arrange
Services were held on Monday -
ments are incomplete.Mrs. .
May 2 in the chapel.

IN MEMORIAl IN MEMORIAMIn Ruby Robinson of 6811

loving of Ezekiel Holcomb of 21560 SW NW 14th Ave died May 2. She
In memory of our del: memory our 122nd Ave. Goulds died on is survived by her mother
dear mother
daughter, sUter and nonet grandmother and April 28. He is survived by
-...,-, slater, Mrs. Annie Rawls; five sisters
his widow Sadie six daughters -
ISADORE --i! DUNCOMBE : Georgia Sanders
'Who : francie Cherry DorothyLee Elma Green, Josie Bell Phil-
departed this lifo April BURNS
b JAMES W. DRAKE HI Lucille, Shirley, Dianneand
lips, Clara and Ella Wooten;
15 and was laid to rest April who departed into eternal rest '
wishes to thank Rev. Thed- Beverly; four three brothers, Foster Cla-
23 takes this method of expressing on May 3, 1961. We shall always Thelma Annie Lee
ford Johnson and the entireSt. 'Taylor, ,
and Samuel
rence, Wooten
deep and sincere remember her kindness
John Church family, Dr. Lillie Mae and Bessie walker; other relatives and friends.
gratitude to the and she
many sweetness. May rest
Bald, Dr. Carson and the staff a son-in-law James Cherry; Arrangements are incomplete.
friends for cards, telegrams, in peace.
other relatives and friends.
of the Bild's Animal Hospital,
floral tributes, telephone calls Mrs. Victoria Hannah, Dght, Services were held on Thursday Charles Williams of 1401 NW
,4'c Dr. Green of Richmond Hts.,
and other deeds of kindness y doctors nurses and staff of George Bums, son May S at the Old Methodist 62nd St. died April 29. He is
shown during their hour of Raymond Knowles, son Church in Goulds, Fla. survived by his widow, Annie
all schools
bereavement. ,,Alcie and Rub,Duncombe, Bell, a daughter Edna Hall;

Special thanks to Rev. T. : A '4 mond churches Heights, community and of all Rich-the brothers Ben Beverly of 1952 NW 5th a sister, Ophelia B. Jones; a

Johnson And Family brother John other relativesand
and the membershipof ,
wonderful people for flowers, Ave. died May 2. He was a
St. John Baptist Church, Miamian friends. Services will be
pioneer having
the New Light Lodge No. 504 cards, cars, gifts and ser- held on Saturday, May 7 at
lived here some 65
}. vices rendered in any way. CARD OF THANKSThe years. '
4:30 at the Mt. Tabor
Masonic Order of which the Special thanks to Mrs. A. Survivors are a sister' Cassie,I Church.p.m.
deceased was worshipful master
Range and staff. family of the late Mickines; a brother-in-law,
), the medical staff of Simon Neuman; four nieces;
Jackson and The FamilyIN AUGUSTER OLIVER Mrs. Pearl Newton of 1244 NW
Hospital the very
__ __ other relatives and friends.
efficient staff of the Range u who passed April 19, 1966, Arrangements are incomplete.' 45th St. died May 2. She is

Funeral Home. JANET VIOLA NEWBOLDwho MEMORIAM would like to thank the many .. survived by two nieces, Mrs.

Again, we say thanks and departed this life May friends and neighbors for kind- Albert Redding of 423 NW 9th Barbara Gamer and Mrs.

may God bless all of you. 4, 1965. In sad but loving memoryof nesses shown them in their St. died April 29. Mr. Redding'Edna King; Matthewand Cassia -

Bernice Johnson, wife May she- rest in peace and our dear mother grandmother hour of bereavement. Special lived in Miami for Lee Hodge; and Mrs. Etta

An d Family 1 light perpetual shine upon' and mother-in-law thanks to Bain's Funeral many Andrews, also a niece; other

II 1 ler. ---. .__...._-_.- Home and Rev. J. B. Woodleyfor years. He is survived by his relatives and friends. Arrangements
widow Ellahis parents, Lige
their kind and are incomplete.
IN MEMORIAMIn outstanding, and Hattie Redding; a sister,
Mr. and Mrs. service. May God bless all of
moth Rebecca Seabrooks; two
memory of our mother bold, Sr., father and !! 'L you. The Olivers brothers Woodrow Redding and IN MEMORIAM
Ramona Jackson daughter f
Willie Fred McCray; other
Sisters and BrothersACKNOWLEDGMENT 4.sSw IN relatives and friends. No local In memory of my son

fJ rr APPRECIATIONRelatives services were held. Final WAYMON GEORGE GRAHAM

rites and burial held in Albany who departed this life May

f of the late Ga. 4, 1965.'

The family of the late MRS. VIRGINIA M. BRYANT Gone, but not forgotten.May .
t Roy Ruffin Jr. of 2530 N W light perpetual shine
express most sincerely our upon him as he travel in that
f : 157th St. Rd, Opa-locka die d
heartfelt thanks for your con- unknown land.
April 28. He was the year-old
the illness and
'It. cern during
1 t son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ruf
:;' death of our loved one. Selena Graham, mother
Sr. In addition to his -
:. with Wanda, Denise Graham dght.
Your expressions ,
he is survived three-
'i.r by
Byron L. Graham son
,, cards, flowers, telegrams visitations -
1 departed this lifo 'April sisters, Vonchello, Angela Mrs. Annie Miller
1'\'\'" and die many other ,grandmother -
and Theresa brother
; one ,
I 4'u 26, 1964. kindnesses certainly served
Ij I Gone, but not forgotten. as a means of solace and Dwain; a grandfather, Ed Mrs. Areda Brown, aunt
May her soul rest in, peace Flowers; paternal grandpa Clinton J inspiration. rents. Mr.,.and Mrs. Albert Ru-
I II II F u and may light perpetual shine Sincere apprecaition to

upon her. Rev. S. A. Thomas and con-

....Vernon r gregation, Mrs. Artie 'Rich

"Mr.. Ernie Baker, ardson and her staff, our CitirolttYew "mortal lark

Mrs. Daisy Smith, daughter. neighbors and many many
__j\oH\ -,,-.- jonn A. .-oreS. grandson friends. 40 hove
Not to own Grove Space In LINCOLN
MRS. JESSICA 4 great grand daughters 3' God's blessings to eachof MEMORIAL '
SAWYERwho PARK, Ml NW ft. to !wry loved"
I great grand sons 4-
I you. ones. Just Tell your funeral director this is wish.
departed this life May 3 grand your
great great daughters, 2
1960. _.'W sonsin law. Wesley Bryant husband It will ho tI.....

Life, sweet life so soon to Wesley Jr. A Elliott, sons GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDINC HOLIDAYSA

past. CHARLES S. WALLACE The Cheney, Jones and 2 mo. premed gray space sole now going .".

As we ate so was'she. 1257 NW 72nd Street wishes to Greene families

Vs she is so shall we be. express its sincere thanks to IN MEMORIAM NE 4-4197 E. Johnson, Manager OX l-91 9THOUGHTFUL

May she rest in peace and the many friends who were FRANCIS. '. ...
Ight perpetual shine upon her. kind and considerate during In memory of our loved one

its moments of '. :
Mrs. Eunice Curry, and _
Special thanks is -I.NR: -
Mrs. Rosa Demeritte, extendedto p70.' ,
daughters Rev. II. V. Stuart of St.

Capt. Robert Sawyer, son Mary's W.M. Church; St. Matthews I II I r" ,

Mrs. Merl Sawyer, Church Choir; Francis

> daughter-in-law Funeral Home; the neighborsof

71st St. and 72nd St.

IN MEMORIAMIn Wallace, Roberts
And Lewis FamiliesIN

loving memory of our

fear mother daughter and



who departed this life April The family of the late

JO, 1960. RALPH EULEE SAWYER P1i ? 'L ;.:: 1, Our ability and desire to

f "Mother we are all so lonely .
who in carry out your wishes, together
; Looking your empty chair, passed Washington,D.C. Ms*. *.... ::.f rfW J I &&I
on April 7, 1966 wish to empress > : 4 with
Remembering all the happy LAURETTA L. KELLY ; our experience,
our sincere thanks to Mrs. Daisy Mae joyner of -
moments who departed this life May mean a service that is
friends for
\ Iliat"' we shared when you many cards, 5. 196) 2134 NW 63rd: S<- died April

I were here. telegrams, floral arrangements We cannot say and we will not 30.. Funeral services will beheld \._ t conducted with beauty ands
and other kindnesses
i Loving thoughts will always many say; "1 Saturday, May 7, 2 p.m. ; understanding-to
extended to us duringour
linger That she is dead, she is just at Temple Baptist Church T
You are still our guiding star, Special a..ayWith with Rev. L. A. Thompson, .
thanks to the neighbors the
: slay we all be reunited a cheery smile and a ,pastor officiating. Remainswill
When' we each have crossed Rev Aaron D. Hall membersof of the hand repose in the chapel beginning
wave Father
Ebeneier Methodist Church, r.. "My ;in Heaven, help/
The bor.Children. She has slipped into a happy 3 p.m. on Friday until '
< me never fo
Bombers of St. Apses Episcopal land." will repose at her home beginning forget Thr lover
I Church Mr. C. L. Allen : .s up to me in the
7 on Friday until
i ( ): Ralph, Rodney of die Independent Life Insurance Gone but not forgotten. funeral time Saturday after ,beauty of the Mower ."

1 Ronald Rosalyn, Norma.Mother. Co. and the Richardson 1 John
noon. Survivors include her Henry JowttlOsc
| Mrs. Lea Hamilton Mrs. A. O. Kelly husband
Funeral Home for &bslt'fin.
:husband Herbert mother Mrs.
; ;
And Family
Kenneth L. Hamil-
i Brother service. L.
,.. Augusta Clark; 4 sisters; 3 V r Hinge
tonHusband *'
1 'brothers; J uncles; 2 aunts anda
: Ralph Dunwoody The Sawyer Roberts and TARE YOUR FAMILY, ,TO' t
< w boat of other relatives and ;; Fmuril H.
.t Sr. Sands family CHURCH SUNDAY friends. ,. I _


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Daisy Ruth Robinson of Miss Verdell Small of 350
kw 5th Ae., }lomestoadprU NW 22nd st. died April 28. Sho
[ \ 27. Services were is survived by her parents,
cted Friday, from the Leroy and Martha Small, four s-
Baptist Church. Re- sisters, two brothers twograndmothers
were sent to Dawson, other relativesand
For final rites and burial. friends. Funeral services
husband, three
vors are were held from the chapel
I four daughters, three May 4.

Jr, two brothers.

SgU Robbie McLeod, Eric F. Gibbs of 6824A NW

Sidney Hicks Drive, 10th Ave., died May 1. He is
| Robins, Oa., died
er survived by his
parents, Mr. i
and Mrs. Jessie Gibbs,
|nla; one son, Robbie Jr.,. brother Ricky, two grandmothers -
Lillian McLeod.
er; Mrs. one grandfather, one
sent to Macon,
ins were aunt and four uncles, other
will be in Aka1itick
final rites relatives and friends. Funeral -
[land South, Carolina.lie .
services were held from the
chapel on Friday.
Gary Akins, 229 NW
I died April 30. Re- '
st. Wilburn Person of 1746 NW :
Is were sent to Bainbridge, 2nd died
Ct., April 26. Ho _
] for final rites and burial leaves to mourn, four daughters

day evening. Mollie McPhee, Elnora Flo-

rence, Essie Person, Annie
; ff4
Rosa Mae Martin, 17372 Jean Person, six sons: Willie
1103 Ave., Perrine, died James, Fred, Charlie, William,
12. Services Friday 2 p.m. McKinsey and Alvin; four .
>log star Bapt. Church, sisters-in-law two brothersin -
ceton. Survivors are five law, other relatives J.
: Artis, Williams, Ivory,friends. Funeral services .
-- --
|y, Hol1ifieldsbdau&hters will be held
mel Willie Ruth Bradley, Saturday May 7, .... The Sunshine Club and TB Committee departedon
from the chapel at 11 a.nu
[ e L. Harris, Thomasene Sunday May 1st for the 10th Annual Spring Party

nan, Lassie M. Cordy, John A. Winters of 37IB NW COLOR AND BLACK WHITE TV SERVICE held at the Southwest Tuberculosis Hospital in Lan-
Berdie Martin,
Jia 13th st. died April 29. His tana, Florida.
sisters, and one brpther. STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
survivors are one daughter, These two groups along with many other partici-

n T. Wright of 1395 NW 59 Mrs. Ivadell Anton of Key pants such as: "The Les Charmants" and the "Urban
died April 30. Services West, one sister Mrs. DaisyW. VET TV League Youth Community Group' potted 236 plantsfor
Ambrister of Miami, other
day 1:00 p.m. at Jordane relatives and friends. Funeral the patients at the hospital. Mrs. Willie Mae Murrayat

Baptist Church.Mr. and Surviare Mrs.- services will be held from Brownsville Jr. High School in her Special Education

liam parents Wright, 4 brothers: Trinity Wesleyan church at 2 379-7735 class made beautiful greeting cards for each patient to

liam Herman, Anthony Lo- p.m. Saturday, May 7. accompany each pot. The Dade- Monroe Tuberculosisand

Michael Jerome, Earl Al- Respiratory Disease. Association extends appreciation
2 sisters Patricia Ann Mrs. Messideses Walls of 928 846 KW 2 AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9.RETIRES for all efforts made in making this affair a
Wanda Yvette other rela- NW 1st Ave. Survivors are two success.
x. sons, Charlie McHenry and

James Wilson. Funeral service ...
[too Lewis, 1255 NW 84 will be held in the chapel on -

died May 1. Survivors May 7 at 4 p.m.

I mother, Mrs. Janie Lewis,
isters, Bernice Pond and Mrs. Catherine Jones of 1634 TO SERVE YOU BETTER
[resa Edge, one brother, NW 5th Ct. died at her homo
May 2. She leaves to mourn a
Lewis. Services Saturdayp.m.
sister, Mrs. Patsy Glenn, two
Mt. Aaron Baptist.
brothers, Morse and McKinley
Baker, one daughter Mrs.
IN MEMORIAM Minnie Lee Jones, one grandson I KING THE TAILORHAS

Leon Jonesother relativesand k .
[in sad but loving memoryour friends. Arrangements are

dear mother, sister Incomplete at this time.
I grandmother


passed on May 8, 1949.
lay she rest in and

light perpetual shine upon CHURCH SUNDAY 21 YEARS 6129 ,NW 7 AVE.

The Family electronic TSgt. Alfred engineering S. Morris aide, an in

Air Force Laboratory at
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, .May 6, 1966
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Church news for publication ST. JAMES AME EBENEZER CHURCH OF THE
In Hi* current... '. MT. OLIVETTE

Issue must be In our office Rev. J. B. Blacknell pastor Rev. I. C. Ulckins pastor Rev. A. D. Hall pastorE. OPEN DOOR

no later than 7 o'clock M.... Bert Cooper, reporter Ingram, reporter Rev. Henry McDowell pastor
day .....1".. Publication .f
Sunday is Mother's Day The Seventh Annual Calendar Annette McNeal reporter
..... received afttr that
time comet be guaranteed. and Mothers of St. James' will r F. Rally terminated on last: The month of May is chocked -

be _appropriately. ,honored.Those + Monday night, total amount: full of interesting church
who have attended our reported $5.788.60.The month at the Open
appointments ,. .
-' .- previous Mother's days knowof of September reported 1647.25,. Door. High among these is the --- -

MT. PLEASANT the high type of religious Tt with 20 members paying 125. .May 8th Mother's Day Observance PASTOR OF NEWLY
services Rev. Blacknell The month of December the
and Baptism of infants. CHURCH"This
second reported
and will want to be runner up interested
-.. 453.50 with 15 members 'Ibo.o'elpoclal
thing I do forgetting -
present. one ,
Mrs. Willie Mae in seeing the award made to
paying $25.
Also on Mother's Day the those things which are
of theYear"
Pinder chairman for the monthof the chosen 'Mother
Baptismal service win be and retching forth into
t September; co-chairmen, will want to attend the behind
r Ii held. It has been changed :0 .J Mrs. Mary Montgomery and 9:45 service on Sunday. those things which are before I

from the third Sunday on account .,'Q 'I'It ( Mrs. Syble Ramos. Chairman Baptism of infants will be I press toward the mark for

of Men's Day. .' If for the month of December held at the 11 sum. service. the prize of the high calling
Mrs. Juanita Co 1s toP; cochairmen -
'L'I'lt" "
Miss Resale Mae Tuesday May 10, the pod in Christ Jesus.
Choir No. Two will sponsor 1t.' j Bass
and Mrs. Rosa Mobley. Christian Social Action Committees -
"A Pretty Shoe Tea"along and the official
I. r pastor first dialogue on pertinent -
with dress fashions and &: : '
,.. .., i board are deeply grateful to civic social and economic ,
hats it will be held Sundayat --
those who labored and the issues is scheduled for
the church at 3:30 pun. Also Mr.. L a Pratt auxiliaries who contributed
i invited.
The s
7:30 P-m.
at this time the Mother of
On Sunday, April 24, a financially and numerically in Sunday May 15-Confir-
the Year of St. James will be
order make the
to rally suc
Testimonial Service honoringMrs. mation .
honored. B. Brown is chair- Day.Sunday
I. O. Pratt was given b/cessful. May 22-Pentecos-
man. $1.00. the pastor members and Tuesday night,. the Wesley tal Observance.

friends of Mt. Olivette Baptist an Service Guild will be Sunday May 29, Bacca- va
M. Perkins third
I On the Sunday, May in charge of class meeting., Interested
r Church. laurate sermon.
15 St. James men will present -
Sunday: May 15th Choir No.
You are invited to fellowship Among the many gifts and should contact the minister.
their 18th Men's Day. 2 will observe its annual
with the women of the tokens of appreciation she
Under the capable leadershipof
Spring Tea. The public is
church, located on the comer men like Willie Scott as received for faithful and un- cordially invited.We MT.OLIVE PRIMITIVE

of Johnson Ave and Lincoln the hard working chairman and,tiring service was a king Invite

St., who will be celebratingall the detrained Albert C. Smith size plaque presented to her and cordially with you during to 1622 NW 69th Terrace
worship us -
day Mother's Day and thoChwch's his co-chairman this from the church by Bro. George Mrs. Iva Smith reporter
as Wilkinson with this inscrip- our Sunday services.
Anniversary Day. nual affair should again attract "Presented to Mrs.I. O. Pratt, Don't forget mother on Mo The Liberty Choir Union --
be various
There! will. audience and Rev. Janus W. Dunn la the
a lane
ther's Day. Family desirousto
charter member and serving as will.convene at the aboYelocation.
groups from many be of the best. of the newly organized
prove to one worship together are urgedto pastor
the clerk for more than 50 years, May 8 at 3 p.m. Mt-
participating on
Two of the more outstanding an expression of our love and come early in order to secure Olive Choir No. One is hostess Drake Memorial Baptist

programs. AME pulpiteers_ and appreciation for your longe- a seat together.CHURCHES for the evening. A special church Rev. Dunn is the nephew -
Services begin at 11 a.m.
preachers will be the speakers. of the late Rev. Janus
will be givityof service. Oct. 1912- welcome to all visitors is ex
The morning speaker
the service W. in whose honor the
At evening Drake
April 1966. choirs
Mrs. Marjorie Perkins. Mrs. tended. The of the
will be musical church was named.
there a program -
Christine Hammock: an outstanding and sermon. A very fine program was OF union are rendering a spoclalMother's Mrs. Pauline Q' Dunn, the
Dade County teacher planned and refreshments Day program. We are
wife of Rev. Dunn will be in
were served.On CHRIST SCIENTISTA honoring some of the ..JI'oatostmothers
'will introduce her. Both of '
of the
charge of
Ernest Bellamy one of the ministry
Friday May 6 at 8
these Christian dedicated p.m. of our city. Sister
captains for Men's Day would music and will be at the organ -
the Youth Choir will be in a the
firsthand report on
are devoted mothers Staler, of the old founders
women one console. Mrs. is the
like the following to Dunn
and members of Greater New persons contest with the Youth Choir impact of spiritual healing on of Mt. Olive and Sister Eva
Bethel Baptist Church Rev. contact him: Gertrude Stockling 'of Friendship Baptist Church the lives of men and women in Mae Taylor selected by the music consultant at Coconut
Freddie Mae Wade Nellie of the world has Grove Elementary and Holmes
,W. K. Smith pastor. and on Sunday night May 8, many parts choral group are along the
Mrs. Ertha Ooldwell will Ruth Williams Florence Choir No. 2 of New Bethel just been published in con- many persons who will be Elementary Schools.
Allen Merlene Burrows, Frank nection with the Centennial of Everyone -Invited'to attend -
be the evening speaker.Mrs. Baptist Church, the Miami All honored at this program.
Corine Bryant is Knox Elizabeth Green Ira Stars and the Related Five Christian Science. The book, The devotion will be con- the initial service on

chairman of the program com- Neasman and Nellie Saunders. will be in recital here. All this issued as a contribution to ducted by Sister Annie M. Sunday May 8, and to all ser-

mittee and Rev. Mack is pas is in the, interest of our approaching revived interest in spiritual Davis of New Mt. Zion in vices thereafter. The churchis

tor. Women's Day May healing, among many of the Hialeah. Sis. Dennis one of located at 5800 NW 2nd
FIRST BAPTIST and traditional churches is called Avenue. Mrs. Nancy Green is
15. Please come out giveus the fine members of Mt. Olive

15700 NW 22nd Avenue your cooperation to "A Century of Christian Choir One, will be the mistress church clerk.
make these events a success. Science Hoallb,." The director of ceremonies. Special

TEMPLE Rev. W.Opa-Locka J. Macon pastor emphasize that the guests for the eveningwill be MAY SONGFESTIVAL

Funeral services' for the We are especially looking book has a broader purpose Trinity CME Church junior

late Mrs. Daisy Mae Joyner forward to Mother's Day on NEW PROVIDENCE than the commemoration of choir. You will miss a treatif

will be held this Saturday at next Sunday. This the a denominational anniversary. you fail to be present in
2 p.m. She is survived by her BTU has planned year I'| Rev. C. J. Bumey pastor Emphasis is given to the this program. Eberyone is Come one, come all. Don't

{ mother Mrs. Augusta Clark to honor all mothers a special; Claudia Wilson reporter broader concept of healing as cordially invited. miss this gigantic "May Song

and a large number of other way attending The Missionary Society "spiritual wholeness"appliedto Festival sponsored by the

) relatives and friends. the morning service. will sponsor a Mid Spring Tea all aspects of human living ZION HOPE B.T.U. Aid Society Sunday
Mother's Day will be observed president Mrs. E. Baker in the dining room from 4 to 6. This is not church historynor May 15 at Johnson Hall, 1328
, and
with services appropriate her workers are making Speaker will be Mrs. Luvenia medical history" they Rev. P. Freeman pastor NW 3rd Ave from 3 to 5:30

for the occasion. The beautiful red flowers and Knox of Mt. Zion Baptist emphasize "but the story of Sis. E. Jackson, reporter p.m. featuring Milton Brighamand
t white flowers that will be 1 I Church.On people who have felt the
mother Mrs.
will center around"mother" C. Sykes
messages Usherboard will
The No. 2
given to the Mothers. This isa
there will Word made flesh in their own
and a special wo- Sunday night Winter Haven, Fla; Singing
first for church and have a hayride Saturday May
our we "
man's chorus will sing. The be a program sponsored by the lives. Missionaries Miami; Gospel
will leave the churchat
are happy to the 7. They
very see BTU
Sunday School's King and No. One and Two Choirs in Spiritual versus materialistic Twins Brother and Sister
make this start. At 4 P.m. you views of man's nature 8 p.m. Sat. night. Dinners
1 Queen contest will terminate Our evening services. You are Delray Fla; and the Johnson-
will be sale the church
invited on at
are to a
very will be explored at Christian
with a program at 3 p.m., invited to both of these occa- aires of St. John Baptist
Mother's Day prgram spon- sions. Science Church services this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4p.m.
when the children will Church.Sis. .
pay sored by the BTU. Please stop by and purchase -
tribute to mother. You are invited On Monday May 16 at 8 Sunday in a Bible Lesson .on Gladys Thurston is

to spend the day at seeing We are you.looking forward to p.m. woo will be celebratingour "Adam and Fallen Man." The dinner.women will be in president and Rev. Thedford
Services Sun. 11 a.m. Wed.
anniversary. We
pastor's is
Temple. charge of services Sunday because Johnson pastor.
The men will meet after will be looking forward in 8 P.m. of Mother's Day.

the morning service Sunday to seeing you.Cattinuo. All minister's wives ,and GRACEPRESBYTERIAN
for their annual in for the
organize ANTIOCH M. aNEW prayer deaconesses are asked to

1 Men's Day. less fortunate. FRIENDSHIP M. B. be present for Sunday School.
The Temple family was LIBERTY CITY

glad to see Mrs. Eva Law Rev. A. H. Essix pastor Rev J. E. Jenkins pastor MT. CALVARYYouth We look forward to a won-

rence in worship service Annie Ruth Whipple report SHILOH BAPTISTRev. Ruby Lee Carr reporter. derful day of worship forMother's
with the United
Sunday. She has been con- We were so elated to have Day will be cele- Day
fined to her home for the past The morning and eveningwere A. M. Griffin, pastor Art Green of Radio Station brated on Sunday May 8. Rev. Presbyterian Women bringingto

four months because of ill verb high in spirit with Sis. C. M. Myles, reporterOur WAME and Lawrence Bethel J. W. Stephenson form Antioch us a fine evening programat

ness. the assurance that veryone juniors will be in candidate for the Florida Legislature Baptist Church of Brownsvillewill 7 P.m. Let us attend our

preaent'fett Him Movin g on th' charge of the service Sunday in our morning service be the .3 p.m.. speaker. worship at 11 a.m.

altar of their hearts. Our No''morning.. Rev. Johnson will along with many other You are invited to come out Last Tuesday and Wednesday -

One Choir sang with uplifted be the speaker. A prize will visitors. We are inviting you and help make'this Youth Daya Rev. Savoy attended a
voices and out of thenr be the oldest mother. at conference on religion and
MT. ZION AME very given to to go to Mt. Olivette Friday success
hearts. Out pastor gave two There will be a musical 6 p.m. along with our juniors The No. Four Usher Board': race at Bethune-Cookman'

OPALOCKAlamoijean' inspirational messages.We program Friday at 8 p.m. given who are in a contest with Mt. is sponsoring a sale party I) College.On .

} Charles reporter welcome each of you tc''by the No. Two Choir. There Olivette juniors. Sunday will Saturday evening, May 7 at May 25 when Trinity

worship with us in our services will be a dinner sale Saturdayat be a pew rally figured in the .the home of Mrs. Jessie Presbyterian Church of Key

Sunday was a glorious day where "the table is the home of Sis. C. Moss Mother's Day service. The Doles, 1091 NW 61st St, The West visits us, we will wor-

r at our church with the 11 a jn. spread and the feast of the 1219 NW 64th St. president Sis. Uly Ross of sale will begin at 5:30 p.m. ship at the regular hour at 11

service rfght unto the end of Lord is going on, The No. One Usher Board the Deaconess along with and you are welcome to come a.m

the 7 p.m: service. There were 'Tho.men have started their will be selling dinners Satur- her co-workers, have prepareda and buy something

over 285 communicants.We drive looking forward to day at the home of Sis. Joseph very short program before MEN'S DAY AT

send our deepest sym- Men's Day. So it's full speed 1121 NW 55th Terrace.Sis. the regular service. In the NEW MT. MORIAH BETHANY S.D.A.The .

pathy to the Mingo and Douglas ..ahead, men!.. Woodson will have Sunday School Sis. Ruby Lee

families who lost a' dear pies on sale Saturday at 1236 Carr will be superintendentfor Rev. ,A. L. Shipp pastor Bethany Seventh Day

,relative. Miss Marcello Mingo NW 75th St. the day. Sis. Essie Mae Our,pastor had to be ushered Adventist' Church 2500 NW

'is the pianist for the Sunshine Robinson will bring the highlights back: to Hialeah Hospitallast 50th Street invite you to their

Choir. ST. MARK BAPTIST BETHLEHEMRev. of the lesson. Sis. Fan- week. He is in room Men's Day Service on Satur-

The Junior Church is having nie Conner and Sis. Annie 145D.. We are asking all of day, May 7. The speaker for

a Mother's Day Tea Sunday Rev. C. W. Wade pastor Oscar West pastor Laster will conduct devotion. the members and friends to for the 11 a.'m. will be Rev.

'afternoon at 4 o'clock. Gefaleen Peek reporter Gloria L. Howard reporter Special get well wishes to continue tp pray for him. He J. C. Bumey pastor of Now:

The Juniors are asking everyone The spirit was very high our members who are ill. We is very weak still. Our own Providence Missionary Baptist)I

to come out and support with us SundaV< ; A very soul ( Sunday will be Mother's are very happy to know Sis. *Rev.: Jackson is carrying on Church. The Men' Chorus of

this tea. There will be music stirring message coming from Day. A Mother's Day program Minnie Teasly is improving. for us. that church will also

from the youth choirs in the the Rev Simmons. You are 1 will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday. She is one of our pioneer members We had a visiting ministerto music. We are looking forwardto render

vicinity So won't you come. ,Invited to our 'Mother's Day I Prices will be given to our and a very hard worker preach the morning mea- a wonderful day

,Want to work) Mt. Zion Is..program at 3 p'm. in honor of best dressed mother as well 'tOward out building fund, even'' sage. He was Rev.. Sample of and we hope can blessings plan
you to
]till here.- all mothers. as the oldest mother. thou she is Is ill. Jordan Grove.' share this blessing with u',


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ISALTERS CHAPEL TRIBUTE TO |Maaazin Pinpoints Pitfalls of Credit Buying

M v H. J. Benson, pastor MOTHERSChoir
Flossie Marshall, reporter Very few people at any In Chicago's recent case in eaten up faster in larger bit
A large crowd enjoyed the No. 2 of Mt. Zion level of Income or education which young Donald Dean by usurious and fradulent
gust that was given in Baptist Church cordially Invite know what interest rate they Jackson killed three member practice than are white"

or of the AME ministers you to their eighth annual are charged on an installment of an auto dealership and dollar
MI.roi with our beloved ft Tribute to Mothers Tea" purchase or a bank loan, was himself shot to death by Testimony before a recentU.

shop E. C. Hatcher as our Sunday May 8 at 3 p.m. in points out Ebony Magazine police. S. Senate subcommittee
Istinguished guest of honor the refectory of the church. for April. And they almost -Hardest hit by the dual hearing shocked its chairman,

long with Mrs. Athalie Range The highlights of the program never add up their finance problem of unwise buying and Illinois Sen. paul Douglas,

d Father Theodore Gibson 4'y will be a play, "All Abou t charges In dollar. unscrupulous selling are those despite his distinguished
c1 many other noted guest Mothers" and a special tribute very consumers who, while background as a Universityof

affair was sponsored bye to Mrs. Patsy Evans, the The article shows how needing credit the most, can Chicago economic, professor -
(> Young People's Council Y oldest mother in Dade County. unscrupulous dealers can lead least afford the cost-the un- with the ignorance of
Salters Chapel. Sunday 4 r Please do not miss this cultural unwise buyers into "hock" educated, the marginally employed people in all walks of life on

..ning Bishop Hatcher program. with staggering additional and persons on relief. the finances of their credit'
(ought the message.We C. C. Miller 1* president charges. It cites how misuse Slum economic, says Ebony dealings. Sen.. Douglas introduced
to hear thats. and Rev. Edward T. GrahamIs of credit can bring des-are such that "colored" dol- his "truth-in-1 ending"
,- Lennle Prinks, mother -- ._. ..- .........- pastor. pair, wreck families, divorce, lars, for Instance, buy less, bill In July, for the fourth

r Mrs. Teal Mulliens! passed MOTHER'S DAY suicide:. and even murder, as are harder to acquire and are year In.a. row

turday evening. Funeral will FESTIVAL .
Friday at 12:00. Salters

hapel extend to her our deep- Greater Israel BethelP.
lat sympathy. Mrs. Beatrice B.' Church presents It.Mother' ---
Jsau is convalescing at home & Day speaker, Mrs ONLYVfAL
i stop in and see her. Lillian J. Brantley on Sunday, flit Y FOR
A Mother's Day program is May 8 at 4 p.m.
tanned for Sunday morning. Mrs. Brantley is the wif I

te are still looking forward tour of the Rev. P. D. Brantley,
Men's Day program with pastor of the church. She is
eat success. Mrs. Haiti also president! of the East

cClowers is on the sick list Coast P.B. District Association z

Let us visit her.JREATER zations.and several other organ! 1 /

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Rev. R. Jackson, pastorWillie x
J. Beard, reporterOn
By R. J. McGhaneyAnd
last Friday night, we Miss Isabelle Ingraham, a
we know that all
losed out a very successful former graduate of Miami
things work together for good
toul-saving campaign. We are Northwestern
to them that love God, to them
truly thankful to God that he has just obtained her Associate -
are the called according:
)dded to the church such ase of Science Degree in
to his Romans ,'
puprpose. 8:28 '
needed under conditions. 'Fashion Design. She graduatedfrom 4 >c
he Evangelist J. J. Johnson, The good purpose of reading Miami-Dade Junior : ;
the Miami Times. Here is :
nspired us. We had baptismast College, where she main-
something happened to and es
Saturday at 6 p.m. Thirty- for tained a 3.27 average. The ?' \ :
me. In October, 1962 I lost -
wo were baptised and seven exercise was held last Sunday
the only sister that I knew of.
oined on their Christian ex- May 1, at the John F. Kennedy r
In November, just 20 days
>erience. Again, we are Health Center.
later I lost the only brother I
hankful God for :
to wonder- Miss Ingraham was also the
knew of. And the of H K't L'y.
ul1y blessing us. only Negro designer in her 'r"rrT"r
the Miami Times, readers leda fr RG US
class. The class presented a WO LIVING
sister and brother to me thatI H ROOM
fashion show on April 13, on LUXE
knew nothing of. So "" SUITEI
you can She also r r ( O,
campus. appeared on a ?
see that it is good read and Channel 7, Saturday, April 16, ,,.:% :V ? n t nn.rreil 1Or-orm ,,; with
serve the Lord, something' t. 2 court cfie n rte'
AKE YOUR FAMILY TO on the Junior College Review le.hlsn Cobb, 2.h+nnin
0 ItrrnPb
CHURCH SUNDAY good will always happen for Program. ; and 2 JII 'ceckteil tobl.,
you. So until a later date: if She is presently employedat : ./ ,, 1900I

God's will, thanks and my a local manufacturer. _

prayers for all of ,you. ,photo by Glamour. I fi"1l Y

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Skills' Can TrainMen DIRECTLY TO

who need work and the Economic Opportunity will be paid $30 per week. In
ve skills their neighborhood. addition the head of a house-
| no can get a crack Center in
good paying jobs in a new "We are looking for a spec- hold can receive an additional
kshop at ',314-318 NW 25th ial kind of man," said Dr. $25 per week if he meets the FURNITURE
eet. Harold Strauss, director of income requirement. WORLD

They can train for work industrial training and job developmentfor Following is a list of

maintenance, ma- the Economic Opportunity Economic Opportunity Cen-
line operation, and auto Program, Inc. (EOPI). ters where you can go to ask
y and engine work. "lIe should be the head ofa for these training jobs:
1 Outside employers have household and have no real Central District, 490 NW MID-TOWN NORTH MIAMI SOUTHWEST LAUDERDALE

:ady agreed to hire theseat skills-although he may have llth St., 377-0525. I7NN.W.lthAvi. IWM.E.125th St.C On Th 'Trail" 223 S.W.First Avt.
starting salaries from worked as a day laborer or Brownsville, 2741 NW 49thSt. Opp.site iI sWs City .rntrN.C.tth An. S.W.5th ii.C.,.tlth Are. 1 Ilk.is.*/uNies''t
125 to $3.50 per hour as porter.
|>n as they finish training. "lIe should have more Liberty City, 6709 NW 15th

|This workshop is operatedthe than eight grade educationand Ave., 6964350. BUT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY!
Jewish Vocationalvice have been out of work of' Coconut Grove, 3743 Grand

[ with money furnished two months or longer. Ave., 4455388.
the Economic Opportunity Training lasts from 8 to Perrine, 17440 S. Dixie
12 weeks, but men who have Highway, 238-5771. SAT. 9o6-SUN. 11 6

yone wishing to train as. learned fast can move into Florida City-Homestead,,
workshop should apply at regular jobs more quickly. (, 422 SW 11th Ave., Homestead,

workshop should apply at While at the workshop men 247-7741. 1


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Insurance Bosses Honored

Bosses were honored at'a their companies and policy- FOR s"" =1M5 AND
+ w dinner Thursday, April 21 by holders, promote high busi- $N0
members of the Life Insurance ness standards, and better tsse5
Cashiers and Office Magagers cooperation between life
I Association of Miami. agency officers and member DIAL-A
The 6 p.m. dinner was association.The .
held at the Holiday Inn on FAST ( MORTGAGELOAN QUICK
Brickell Ave. The guest National Conventionof
'I speaker was Robert Harris, a LICOMA will be in, Okli- ,pNS 3TM585
candidate for the State Treasurer homa City next month. To date
association is in seNS
the Miami
and Insurance Com d-
sioner. one of the top standings for ACTION! v HJWjfji HUJJIroffiinr SERVICE
r The organization is com- winning the National Convention t $4501
in Miami in 1966 To
of and
t posed men women
t serving as cashiers and of- really win the entire association -
rmust support their association Aik f.rJoI6N
fice of life insurance -
companies.Its managers by attendance at each STERN *....ir.l..r- U NI Hr.S r..f.
mi nths meeting, special protects A iMtkliit In first and s.cnd mortgages wh. en help Y.u gatmortgage
are to work for .
purposes m.n.y fail for consolidation 4bti, luU"I".r
more effective services to and new, membership. in.ncinf. Just pick up the f h.n. wherever you are and dial ,
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2 bedroom, large porch, oak doors, $300
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JPn Dorsey Chapman Roosevelt. Photo by 163 NW 41 STREETCBS 1049 NW 83 STREET LOVELY CBS '
director of Roosevelt Theodore Johnson. 2 bedroom, carport, oak loon, porch, CBS, At Orcola Lake
Savings and Loan Association $500 down. Move right 'In.
and a 1955 graduate of Swim, Fish and Sail year round
Bethune-cookman College is
shown with Paul Forand as MIAMI TIMES 545 NW 41 STREET $450 DOWN FHA $31 MONTHLY87th

they arrive at Daytona Beach 41,.w 11 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, garage, large porch. Strtot waterfront with cool patio. Exquisite
airport where she attended the ADS"BRING $750 down. Move right 'in. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Most modern kitchen with
fourth annual Alumni Day'cere-
Bethuno-Cookman wwrnirie.. built-in refrigerator, freezer, oven and rango.
College.mony Mrs. Chapman servedas 929 NW 49 STREET Control ducts and hi-fi system. Call for appoint.
directress of a workshopand 2 bedroom, porch, oak floors, $500 down. Move mont to Inspect.
during the general assem- right in.
bly, she gave a symposium on RESULTS WATERFRONT VACANT LOT 75'X30'
Negro history. Mr. Forand is .J1I 1025 NW 28 AVENUE 141 NW 50 STREET 4 BEDROOMS CBS

executive vice president of --y.j-- Like now, 3 bedroom, 1H bath, carport, oak 2H} bath, built-in ovtn, range and bar, oak floors,
,floors, hugo rooms, $900 down. Move right In. largo the patio porch, garagttilt roof, terraced
KING OFFERS lot. Across strttt from school. Good terms.
$100 DOWN $250 ((14th Avt.) 1260 NW 86 STREET

NO CLOSING COSTS : 2 bedrooms lot. Flo room, buiiMn kitchen, large 3 bedrooms, CBS, $400 down, FHA. $88 month
corner $400
CBS HOMES 2-3-4- BEDROOMSWe pays all.Charlos.

specialize in VA & FHA Homes 2050 NW 96 STREET S. FOllala Realtor

Urban Rtntwal-Exprtssway Making You Move? Like new 2 bedroom, CBS, oak floor, tile roof', ,
Let us Re-Locate You carport. $400 down. $72 month. (Veterans and '
our expert trained staff will help place you in a home 221 certificate holder) $ 100 down. 6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511
of your choice Open 7 days a week 01
mjEOOOHW 1 AVENUE 151-9108 ,. .... .. "

t r :Life's I"' :: ? Best Buy:' ? I

", .*.(.""..'.1"e l *, *.f ",*. ," t""", ..r
EDISON Specials .
3 bedroom, CBS, terrazzo floors, large kitchen, awn-
ings windows, large lot. Price only $12,500 with
$1,000 down and $90 month pays all.

$400 $12,680 TOTAL PRICE Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof, terrazzo .

Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS with lovely Fla room. 365 NW 59 STREETIf floors, appliances, air, conditioner, wall to wall

t Nosy desirable extras Included. Walk to shopping you want large rooms, then y'lIllke this, CBS, corptting.$1,000 with $300 down and $66 month.
schools and transportation. 2 bedroom, nice Flaroom, tilt roof, dining room, car
t port. Also very nice cottage for income with separate
water and electric mtftr. Low down payment on FHA. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

1210 NW 86 STREET Only $13,500 total. No closing cost. Like now 2 bedroom, CBS, in Buncht Park. Large

$350 DOWN $13,000 TOTAL PRICE fenced yard, awnings,awning windows.Immaculatt
Tremendous valut, 3 bedroom, CBS, air conditioner 1441 NW 88 STREETCBS Priced only $8,500 with $300 down and $50 mo.

awnings and other oxtras. tilt roof, Fla room, dining room, yard, 2 vent
cycle air conditioners. Lovely nttghborhood. $250 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

"Lakefront Delight" down FHA. $76.30 month. No closing costs. Modern' CBS, tilt roof', jalousie windows, fully

fenced corner. Bargain at $9,800 with $300 down
8465 NW 12 AVENUE ALSO SEE US FOR THESE. and $57.89 month. Owner will make likl! n.w.

Swim, fish and enjoy| Florida living 1. $73.32 a month pays tvtrything. CBS, tilt roof, 2

4 BEDROOM. CBS bedroom fenced yard, $250 down, FHA, no closingcost.
,For the family that needs l lots of room. Large What buy!
comer ((150x150x200)) with complttt sprinkler Modern frame homo NW 46th
2. CBS, dupltx. $400 down. FHA. No closing costs. on St.ntar 17th Ave.
systtm. Lovely Florida room, overlooking lakt. $12,500 total. Enclosed front porch, carport, air conditioner,
Excellent terms arranged appliances. $85 month pays all. No red tapt.

3. Lovely neighborhood, no qualifying. FHA mortgage
Fabulous already placed. Nice CBS home with Fla room and SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

dining room. 110x75 corner lot'with fenced rear 4 btdroom homo in Bunch. Park. Awnings, [ja-
yard and patio end,) sprinkler system. $17Q:)down. louise windows, large rooms, extra large lot.
$450 DOWN .. Bargain. at $10,000 with $300 and $60 month, FHA \
4. Very clean 2 bedroom partly furn. home. New roof.
Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS with loads of Off NW 2 Ave., in 50's. Only $6500 or'cath. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING
clout space, Flo room, garage, fence rear and
beautiful patio.Extra 5. Spacious rooms, CBS ,two bedrooms, Fla room, Beautiful 3 bedroom waterfront home, tilt roof,
dining room, carport, and nice cottagt. $450 down garage, large sliding door closets, awnings windows -
. 'Waterfront' Values FHA ttrms. )Hear, Edison High. 2 air conditioners, appliances, Fla room,
can bt lovely fourth bedroom, price is $15500
'. LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, HOMES WITH 6. CBS furnished dupltx. No qualifying. $2500 cash with $500 down and $93 month. Many extias.VRAL' .

. Kffser t, L... Realtors EDISON REALTY, Realtors NJ6

105 NE 79 ST PL 7-4588; 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441

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('' 'fit' IJ IR1,4' ({(, IF I'E .D A"'D'' ).: ACLU- -- -Protests oillftle' -

I. Labeling of duBois Clubs Guaranteed

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS! WEDNESrUY WORD. A U. S. district court in scholarly author and lecturerHe 100% HUMAN HAIR
.Nnnu......, I
--- I Washington was asked last is said to have gone Red

Wednesday by the American in his closing years. He died LJ

FOR SALE FOR SALEt. FOR RENT Civil Liberties Union to stop in Ghana, West Africa, about WIGSExtra

the Justice Department from two years ago while collaborating
uth Miami. 6601 SW 62 C Owner moving out of town!!!! Nice 2-bedroom trying to list the campus on "The Encyclopediaof

000 total. $200 down. Must be sold this week! 2 bedroom $23. Liberty Rental house, oriented W. E. B. duBois Negro Life." thick, 21

eshly painted Big 100'x125* plus garage, hardwood 1 2020 NW 62 St. Call Agency, Clubs as Communist-front or
i. Owner: 373-3304. floors, nice, large lot. Near 633-7809. ganizations.The long, LustrousMade

schools and shopping. sold at t: Nice large house Subversive Activities MIAMI TIMES to sell for$100.00 up.

bedrooms, 2 baths, also 4 FHA. ,seller pays closing: Liberty Rental Agency, $27, Control Board was petitionedby Style #3
drooms, 2 baths, Neithme err costs. Come out Sunday. Open t I NW 62 St. Call 633-7809. Atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzen- ADS Deluxe Quality Human Hair

has ever been lived i ie i. 1-6 p.m. to 525 NW 49th st. last month to order the clubsto .......... Will Not Mat or fade
these 2 beauties at 144 0 and our salesman will show Nice 2-bedroom register. Natural'Hair Line

E 152nd Terr. Only $30C[) you around. Fenster Realty,, Liberty Rental apt. $22, The department claimedthe Closely stitched on ventilated foundation .
Agency BRING
,wn. No closing costs. $U 4 broker, PL 9-8779. NW 62 St. Call 633-7809., 2020, youth organizations were settings for beautifully.comfort and Demi fit..Dressed Holds for all

t month pays all. Cal 1 --- "created and controlled by Easy Styling.

8-4023 for information 0 r 2 bedroom, CBS, double garage $20. Six the American Communist Dramatic Colors in Black, Off.Black.
tier yet, come out and seem B sold at FIIA. No closing costs room unfurnished t Party." RESULTS Dark A Med. Brown Auburn or Send
I house.
6738 NW 23rd Place. Sample Desired. Light Shades &
(indef.) Painted in and out. Drive by The American Civil Liberties Mixed Grey $5 Extra. Give Head Size.

then call Fenster Realty, $14. Five room unfurnished Union, in ite complaint Send $5 Deposit on each item
Walk to Jackson High broker, PL 9-8779. duplex. 1369 I asked the court to voif on BE A BEAUTI ClAN (Postal M. 0) pay mailman balance
58th Terr.' plus C.O.D. and postage charges or
urn. one bedroom duplex, --- -- -- constitutional grounds the remit full price and we will thfp post
ivo rent free $500 down. No qualifying. 2 bedroom, Comminist front provision of Earn while you learn. Day paid.

asy terms, no qualifying painted in and out. Small Furn.very lovely bedroom 1950 Subversive Activities and night class, 2221 Holly- SUSY WIGS 3o7-

ing Properties. HI 5-3524, down payment. 1034 NW 51 Stand ., apt. located at 666 NW 56th 1' Control Act. wood Blvd. WA 21173. indf.1 507 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017

R 3-3175. also 2 bedroom plus efficiency St. No children, $20 week. The clubs are named for
-- at 1773 NW 45th St. A. Ben-Kori I the late Dr. W. E. B. duBois,
Realtor, call FLAT DUMPS
Drive by then
1151NW 37 St. Modem CBS Fenster anytime 751-2243.
mes on duplex lot, FHA Realty, broker, PL 9-8779.

50 down, $80 monthly pays Lovely one bedroom apt. un FOR SALE
{1 2-bedroom, porch, appoint. New Genie homes now for fum. except for stove and re 2415 NW 82 STREET
sale!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1460 NW 88th STREET
cut only, 226-9927. frigerator. No children, lo 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
some with garages. We have 2 bedroom, furn. down
.- the beautiful elation 749 NW 61st St. $2 p CBS, tile roof, oak floors, 'f\l M : j, ,
Private home. Treasureland Call plans in office. week. Call anytime A. Ben- carport, built-in rang. and r--:... $80 month pays all. Screened -
on the bay. Three bed- for appointment. Fenster Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. oven.NO CLOSING COSTS. porch, carport.

fiom good terms, brokers lu- Realty, Broker, PL 98779. --- FHA $450 down, total ,....
1320 NW 87th STREET
lled. Ph. 633-6333 M14 Walk to Jackson High. 1823 price $14,000. Monthly
$83.49. Too good to mi sell $250 down, $80 month, 2
$350 down, total. NW 37th St. Large 1 bedroom
$11,500 large selection now available, b.droomt carport, awnings,
J7 Plymouth station wagon. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, new- duplex furnished. $82 monthor AETNA REALTY Ford Cher- Inter. 12 14 & II ittfmku sprinkler tem.0pn Sun.

lew parts, sticker, needs a ly painted city water, carport $25 week. Adults only, no (Broker)
lood battery $90 cash. 1741 tile roof, stove and refrigerator pets. King Properties, HI 5- 811 NW 54th Street 1311 NW 87th STREET

}lV 92nd St. 691-1503, included. Only $69.74 3524, FR 3-3715. Evenings 757-5724 3 bedroom, 2 bath, custom
monthly plus taxes and insur- HI 6-0647. Open Sat. & Sun. built, central heat, Fla

lot. 20 SU between 53rd ance. Call Kaiser& Lee,Real- FIORIDA'S LARGEST room, carport. A must ....
tors NE 79th Beautifully Hliml Open Fv.n 1111 a Hun too'Z479 $700 down.
105 St. PL 7-
75'X129'. Call furn. room, private N.W. M St. NB S-06T7 Mliml
: 3.307. 4588. bath 42a S. Fed. Hwy f 1. Laud. 525.5252 CLARK-GRELLNER
I R private entrance. Wallto -. .- -
__ May 29 wall carpet, big closet with BURLANG EMPLOYMENT moTlR.oltors
1270 NW 86 Street. 3 bedrooms windows. 1855 NW 69th St. AGENCY (Open 24 Hours)
[Coin laundry. Gross $450 mo.
CBS beauty, air conditioner, MU 8-0537
Net $200 mo. 12 washers, 4 5675 NW7th AVENUE
awnings. $350 down. Small 1558 NW 1410 NW 90th STREET

I dryers. Only $625,000 cash month. Call Kaiser & Lee, 757-7674 CBS 2 bedroom, carport,
Realtor, 105 NE 79th St. PL 7092 NW 67th Street All domestic and commercial tile roof, oak floors, newly I
----- Almost new 3 bedroom unfur-
Sold home. Formica diningroom 7-4588. nished house. $30 weekly. jobs locally at No pointed closing FHA costs., 12000.$400
set white and gold bed- Fabulous Call eve. Mrs. Gross HI 8- well a* higher paying jobs down. $72.54 monthly. See 8921 NW 15 AVENUENO

room set, lamps, pictures, 2824, day 444-6126. today. QUALIFYINGCBS
$450 down. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, In New York or Connecticut.
I.etc.: 6961878. 1925 NW 89th CBS, loads of closet speace AETNA REALTY corner, 2 bedroom,
, Ten. Fla fenced 2 bedroom unfurn. house, except [Broker) carport, tile roof, oak

----- rear, room beautiful garage patio. Price o kitchen. modem.___no ton T'_ _mo.___. TRANSPORTATION 57.51 4 floors, $11,900 total price.
High Ridge Park Section is 1930 NW 86th Terr. 691-1503. ADVANCED 811 Street $84 monthly pays every
right. This a must to see.
5725 NW 24th Open Sat. & Sun. thing. Must be seen" nowl!!
Avenue Call Kaiser & Lee, Realtors T I I
Beautiful house. 2 bedroom, 105 NE 79th st. PL 7-4588. Downtown area. 1 bedroom, I AETNA REALTY
bath, dining room, living furn. All utilities paid. $17
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room and very large up to date "Fantastic Buy" week. Mickins Rental Agency 757-5724

CBS kitchen and enclosed; Only $450 down. 3 bedroom 374-6506. NICE DignifiedProfitable Open Sat. & Sun.r .

;wen. Large lot 80x110 with CBS, furn. located in choice ----- NEIGHBORHOOD .
oom to 1 bedroom CBS eff bath. w .
put up another house. 80s. Many extras included. 2 cy. /i 2265 NW 90 STREET
Finest location. $10,500'I Dla room, reverse cycle air Air cond. patio furnished New Career Selling
[1,000 cash required down ba- cond. Call Kaiser & Lee, Adults only. No pets 1352 $15,000 $450 down FHA Funds

ince. One can been seen Realtors, 105 NE 79th St. NW 52nd st. $28 week. Phone Custom built 3 bedrooms, Mutual
'X appointment only. M. Le- PL 7-4588. 757-7255. one with separate entrance. rmn 8UCCE88FUI.In thli/ men field make
ine. Housewives dream kitchen .. No the
759"5478. 110000 or more a" r.
----- W.
-- -- with deluxe cabinets and experience nece.ear
------- Furniture, Extra large apt., 7 rooms, will live yon the training
Moving. Low prices. built-in stove and oven, needed to qualify you In thin :J
3 Bedroom appliances, color TV and two baths air condition heat. large refrigerator and separate Important field All Inquire l'C
o qualifying, total price also built- kept In mrlct confident. otnAA
books. Call 538-3981. Call 371-3622. freezer, Cull or Writ for an appointment
''oly $13,000 for this lovely in. TWO porches plus 2 .
----- Mr. Torflll PrriMfnt
odern CBS home, built-in 1 3 bedroom, no quali- car garage 23'x30You/ Prudential' Investment Corporation
By owner,
this home to 741 Bllea'na Blvd. 759 1146
lOve, formica cabinets. hive must see appreciate
fuino: fmKt. convenient lo.cation. -
/ 935 NW I it. Coll R. A.
84th st.Then call 1 i "iis' NW 84th Jtrt. MUELLER, Realtor at .
e. A. Ben-Kori
'43. PL 9-0429. HELP WANTED PL 12401. .,-...-....-..--..-..-....-...-....-...-..-...--..-...-...-....-...-....-...-...-....-............-J"J"-.........................1

---- Housekeeping and cooking. i I !
Housekeeper or couple. Ex- I
$12,500 Furnished
ljrn. completely no cost to FOR RENT perience for about three summer : Best Buys in Town :

M. Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, months. Home is in nor- 1101 NW 85th STREETNO

'WlifuI' \ lake area. Only $350 1558 NW 49th Street. 1 bedroom thern mountains. Small fa- QUALIFYINGCBS :.m ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS
'Veterans $20 mily. Ref. Phone 8663662.
unfum. cottage.
$100 down-i ,
huge 2 bedroom, garage PROFESSIONALS! Outstanding
N it, this home is spotless weekly. Immediate occupancy corner property.
------ tile roof, terrazzo Fenced.
PO really a charmer. Total Call Mr. Gross. Evenings III floors, $14,800 total. All large rooms. 2 bedrooms, Fla room,

'Yment includes everything 8-2824 or daily 4446126. CAB DRIVERS. APPLY E-Z terms to Suit youDon't garage. Appliances, washer. FHA or bank terms.

!7 no. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Society Cab office, 269 NW wait-See now!! 3 BEDROOM, Central air cond. and heating
altor, call anytime 751- 1 bedroom efficiency. 754- 21st St.Barber Move in today.
porch dining
43. utility room, carport, ap-

0977. -1 wanted at Roy' AETNA. (Broker REALTY), plianac, large closets. Sprinkler system. $450

Huge Fla Room Nice 3 bedroom house, all ]Barber Shop, 6349 NW 7th 811 NW 54th STREET down, $79 month.

qualify, your lucky day. 3 private front porch, spacious Ave. Phone 751-9112. Indf. 757-5724

droorn, CBS, full dining kitchen, nice bath, large Open Sat. & Sun. $300 DOWN. $13 MONTH. 2 bedroom, dining room

beautiful panelled bed- Fla room, backyard, fencedin. utility room, carport appliances.
m, and Fla room, carpetIng Respectable only. 3461 preferably

room, dining room, NW 11th place. itandard shift and plays piano
npletply 3 BEDROOM, FLA ROOM. Enclosed porch, dining -
fenced, utility Call 691-7796 for information.EARN
m. room, appliances, air cond. patio. $350 down.
; r/iv eby 825 NW 84th Apt. Duplex. Furn. 2 bedroom,
Total price only $13,950 furn. 1 bedroom apt. Adults or NEED MONEY?

'I $1,500 down. A Ben- will take 1 child up to 3 yrs. NO QUALI DYING. $10 MO. $700 Down. 3 bedroom .

i, Realtor, call anytime MU 1-0325. 1st or 2nd MORTGAGES large eat-in kitchen, garage, appliances.


--- Duplex. Nice, Clean furn. 1 LOTS OR ACREAGE

Id be FHA a 3 bedroom$300 extras bedroom, large kitchen living, bath and dining and- buy start a homeTo children's education Quick Action, NO QUALIFYING. 2 HOUSES FOR price clone'

> a den. Fully carpeted, porch.room$20, a week. 888-6643 fund Free Inspection 3 bedroom, and 1 bedroom. Completely furn.

is a beauty. so perfect. To pay off debtsOr Consolidate All Your Bills Close in. Call .s.

y $11,300 total price and Room with all conveniences. even start a savings ] Into Ont Low PaymentAsk WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
month pays all. Veterans share together in ONLY $100 DOWN
Reasonalbe, account ON ALL FHA HOMES
Your Bonk About Us
and$200 you down will call see me it and on a Christian home. Call 754- Drive a cab full or part Established 1946 FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS

ll. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 4024. time. Interesting work as Phone FR 9-0667

anytime 7512243. Lovely one bedroom modem yo art netting new people NORMAN BABEL

duplex, unfurn. except for constantly!IIZILBERTAXI! MORTGAGE SHELL REALTY
e. 3 bedroom, Fla room, stove and refrigerator, 2031
ty room, 92nd St. Very queit, no 111 ME 2nd AVE.
garage, 13'x26'FIlA NW
$450 down. 8801 children private yard $22 a 1025 W. Flagler bidet Strttt r 4260 NW 7lk An. 75J-555I

6th' Avenue. week. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor,

call anytime 7512443.

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18 THEMIAMI! TIMES, Friday' Mar 6t W66
___ .
teen's (
Sixteen members of the
FTA attended the Dade District
pot pourriBy i FTA convention at Miami

I Carol City Senior High School. .1
Saturday April 23 front 8:30s I n

B.thsheba E. Dean s a.m. to 3 p.m. The delegate '
1 1! participated in group discusI -

r .-------------____ .\lLWu\...:__......."...'i I sions and received numerous
ideas for interesting projects.Mrs. .
Did you know that you are being watched at all Elizabeth Davis and

times by others? You might have not been aware of Mrs. Doris Pittman were the 1d1

this fact but this is true. Not only may your friends 01, attending advisers. Obie Du- :' '
ren assisted with the trans- yr J ILdIA
your classmates notice the way you carry yourself,,1 portation. 9

but children younger than you are also watching you Delegates to the convention p

and your appearance. were Starlene Bartlett, Marsha

These younger persons may pattern..themselves Wright, Gloria English, Bonita

after you in the future. Therefore it is important that Bullard, Geraldine Ellis,

you always give a good impression.If you are interested Frankie James, Betty Marshall 7w

in others then you should be glad to show your interest Angelia White Irene r I
Edwards, Opal Duren Willie
by setting a good example. Don't be nice when Lowder, Beverly Clark, Roai- _

you are at some. special place, but anywhere and at lyn Holmes Debra Walker
all times. Katreen Davis and Valerine

Be polite and speak to others in a friendly man- Mackey. 9 ,

ner.When you speak with a frown, you give the impres-
sion that you really don't want to be sociable. When Thinking of You note
would be in order for two of -
you never take time to be helpful to others or only
our teachers who are on the
seem interested in yourself you will see the same sel- sick list. Mrs. Helen F. Golden Lena Younger (Valerie Grant) admonishes her son Walter (Bernard Strachan) ina

fish attitude returned to you by others. When you feelas is now recuperating at tense scene from "A Raisin In the Sun" opening tonight (Thursday, May 5) and

though you are on too high a level to associateyour home, but Mrs. Annette Mc- running through Saturday, May 7) at Miami Jackson High School at 8:30 p.m.
classmates then you will lose their friendship.If Neal is still in the hospital
at the time of this writing
much than hear using
a person younger you you

profance language.He is apt to wonder why he can't do We were very happy to see Northwester Student Wins Masons

the same thing. You are older than he is, and you Mrs. Barbara Rogers returnto

should know the "in" thing to do. The younger per- her desk last Monday morn-
Spelling Bee in Jacksonville
son begins speaking the way he heard you speak. La- ing. We missed her lovely

ter, he is punished. However, you deserve the punish- smile and we hope that she
ment because you are the one who influenced him. will enjoy the very best of A special feature of the that Miami has participatedin
health from this Month on. Royal Arch Grand chapter of various contests given by
At first it be of little importance to us, what
the Royal Arch Masons, state the Royal Arch Masons, persons -
happens to persons younger than ourselves. When Linda Williams of 9-10 of Florida which convened taking part have alwayswon.

reaching maturity, we will be the ones to criticize homeroom wishes to share with Grand Lodge and other This, we feel, is com-
these persons and forget that we are the ones to get some of her words for the wise departments in Jacksonville mendable.

the example for them.In with teenagers everywhere.She was a state-wide spelling bee Rosa Lee represented Mi-
order to keep our community and neighborhoods expresses her views in held in the Masonic Templeon ami Northwestern in the Miami
"Listen Before You Speak. Broad Street on Monday Herald Spelling Bee, held on
with them. The little
growing we must along
"If we had many teenagers April 18, at 8 P.m. Invitationwere April 25.
things that we pay no attention to must become our who listened before they extended to all schoolsin
main interests. since there are those who must followus spoke, we would have better the state. ROSSTERRENCEWEDDING

we must set a good pathway for them and help them homes schools and commun- Rosa Lee J Jackson a sophomore

along instead of leading them in the wrong direction. ities in which to live. Yes, at Miami Northwestern -
teenagers we have to talk Senior High School shared
sometimes, but we talk a little Miss Betty Jean R>ss,
first place honors with a con-
"PHASE-OUT HOP"AT will emcee this dance and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
too much. I guess if we had testant from Matthew Gilbert
have stars and celebrities -
many Ross, and Leroy Torrence
CARVER : to rule the world it would be High School of Jacksonville. son
present. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tor-
In order to listen well
a mess. Middleton High of Tampa won
The admission is 50*. The
rence, were joined in Holy
must our ears
"Phase-Out Hop" it we open second place.
funds will go to the state TE
being held at the Carver High hospital in Lantana fee the: concentrate on what is being Visitors from Honduras her choice and $25 in cash. matrimony by the Rev.Saturday L. A. Thompson. evening -

School on Friday night from 8 purchase of televisions f said. Here's a good motto: Puerto Rico and all parts of Perman Williams of Tampaa The bride was given in-
to 11 pjn. each patient's room. orSpeak when you are spoken to the United States were in attendance member of the Florida Slate
marriage by her father Miss
Morty Newmark of WMBM and not before! The contestantswere Department of Education and ;
If you do not agree with guests at a luncheon at Otha W. Nealy a principal in Florence Milligan was maid
Linda let her know. The con- of honoY and Grover Woodenwas
MOITi on's cafeteria on the Gainesville were in charge of
versation should be very in- afternoon of the contest. this feature of the convention. best man. The ceremonywas
performed at the home of
Central Life Insurance Co. teresting.Parents, do thata The school contest was District Deputy Grand High the bride's parents, 220 NW
you agree sponsored by the English Department Priest, Carey P. Bentley of
15th St., where the reception
tax cut Is'the best cut of
Coconut was happy to
and Pauline Willis
followed. A number of thi er
Of Florida all? librarian who arcomoanind report that in_ all the years friends
were present
The Dorsey band will present
the winner on the trip actedas
its annual spring concert
J CENTRAL LIFEis coach for the contesi m..
May 13 at 8 p.m. in the school
owned and operated by Negro citizens. auditorium. Rosa Lee received a $225 CallCHARLES
scholarship to the college of
+ gives employment to some 200 of these clti

liens$600,000 whoso last year.combine earnings exceeded First Graders Must Have OGERS

CENTRAL paid LIFE to policyholders and beneficiaries la Birth Certificate I IN SeptemberThe AT PL 1-7502

1965, $653,979.86. This brings the total paidto
Florida State Health
obtain the certificates from
policyholders and beneficiaries since organization Department advised on Tuesday
the state of birth.
to $9,298,104.00. that parents whose The application must ,Include Buy on
children will enter the Dade
the full name of the
assets exceed the 5 million-dollar mark. Its County school system for the child; full name of the father;

surplus alone exceeds three-quarter million children's first time this birth fall certificates, get the full maiden name of the mo- A Piano Organ

dollars. ther; day month, year, city ,
and of birth whetherthe
now.Parents county ,
also advised to child is male or female
holds first mortgage loans on Negro have their children vaccinated and the child's race. A fee of Scott Stereoor

homes and other properties in excess of OIl! against whooping cough $1 must accompany the ap
milliM dollars. polio small pox diptheria plication.The .
CENTRAL LIFE and tetanus (lockjaw). Orchestra Instruments

has saved the homes of Negro families totaling Birth certificates' may be health department
several million dollars obtained from the Dade County aid that the certificates can '<'''''' .... a., ....-...... .,,-
during the ten :
past ;
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years alone. State Health Department in now than later, when the last ,
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has been an integral port of all movements for Florida-born. Parents of ''could lose a full school year i ts

the Improvement and advancement of the status children born elsewhere may without the_certificate. ,,
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_.... .. . ... .. ..'., .... THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 6, 1966 19MIAMI '


I Places. ,

Fifty-nine women will receive -
Things. certificates in Kinder-
1 gatren Education at 7:30 p.m.
; 4L lay Lawrence B. Cooper \1U 'II 1 lOW May 6 in Scott Hall on the
I North Campus of Miami-Dado

I I WHO IS THIS GEORGE SCHUYLER, ANYWAY? Junior L. W.Collete.Henderson, directorof

I That is what the query has been after Mr. Schuy- the M-DJ Dibision of Com-
I ler made a speech here last week. munity Services, said that this
is the largest class to receive
Mr. George Samuel Schuyler (Sky-er; or Shoo-la), certificates for completing the
71, is an erudite scholar, writer, author and a long non-credit program.
time columnist for the Pittsburgh Courier. lie broke The program provides training :
when he for teachers and other r n1+w t.r.TtF .
A I the color li ne many years ago married Jose F G
workers in parochial and -1
phine Lewis of Fort Worth, Texas, a white woman.
vate day care centers, nurseries
He has a daughter, Phillipa Duke, who was a child and kindergartens.
" prodigy in music. At four years old she was giving :

concerts.A c _
whole glob of his eruditeness and scholarly ?tr I
! polish, it seems, was dulled when he made a "closed- d err
circuit" speeck to a privileged few at the University .4iir

of Miami. The gist of his thesis was about the Negro COUPLE GRADUATES AT FAMU Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Valdez of Miami

I and Communism.Many were joined by members of their families in Tallahassee, when they were graduated!

white and Negro, who had read cerpts of from Florida A&M University. pictured here, seated, left to right, are: Mrs. Ernes

D his remarks, were a bit surprised and let down to the ; tine V. Bones, 4202 NW 14th Ave., mother of Mr. Valdez; Virgil Valdez, former
ld point of sheer anger. sports editor of the FAMUAN, an elementary education major; Mrs. Delores Valdez,

Maybe'the readers misinterpreted Prof. Schuyler's :t4ti business education major; and standing Mrs. Beatrice.Johnson, 2031 NW 166th St.,

_ remarks, as he blasted Dr. Martin Luther King, Inferring grandmother of Mr. Valdez, and Mrs. Annie M. Welch, 157 NW 45th Ave., a friend of

the Dr. MLK has made Negroes to appear as ignorant the family.

dolts, and, literally, jackasses. lie also infer-
Emma Marina ,," .,'.. .- .'
red that the Civil Rights. Act of 1964 could be uncon- Seymour has PUN PHUN t \
proudly completed the secre- \d'- PROGRAM DATES: \, :e
stitutional. .. '
tarial course from the Aldelphi Regardless of what you ,. "
These readers who know only what they read in .
College she is employed at thinks or the Beatles andother .
j the papers, admitted that they didn't back Rev. King Doyles Luncheonette, 1034 barber-shy musicians, you May 8 Mother's Day
Girls' Club Week
v 100% in his method of approach on the civil rights war NW 2nd Ave. 3ie will be must admit they have given us May 8-14' .-
. but are' vociferous in pointing to the accomplishments leaving for Nassau, Bahamas a new concept of longhair National Hospital Week
s where she will be employed. music. May 13 Future Nurses Club Day'
and his SCLC have made he
. that he since came to the
front duribg the Great Alabama Bus Boycott. MILES How's this for .a tongue ': 'May .is"Senior'Citlzens Month
. He led his "ignorant jackasses" into the street: twisterm You can sell un-
i CHOIR CONCERTThe cancelled stamps, but you
among vicious police dogs, tear gas, pressure water 60-voice
Miles College can't sell cancelled stamps.
" hoses to the polls to Washington to Selma Ala.
Choir of Birmingham, Ala.,
These ignorant dolts have realized a better way of will present a concert at 3 I asked my tailor, "How's
life they can eat, sleep or drink in comfortable sur- p.m. May 8 at the Wesley business?" He said, "It's increasing
roundings which were before how denied them, They. Foundation, 1210 Miller Dr., beacuse this is the I NOW PLAYING
on the main University of stack "
like citizens ought, walk up to the poHs and cast a Miami The season. His answer
campus. concertis didn't suit me, but I pressed DRIVE-IN THEATRE
, ballot for whom they wish. free to the public. him on further.

i Of course, the readers readily agreed, while Mr. ,
n King opned a new front with young "soldiers," the I'm still on the invention:IheBfeComedyofNIneteenSextySexJERRY

; seasoned veterans in the civil rights war were there binge. Now I'm working on a

1- there all along with the powerful forces of the NAACP, pill that will relieve head- I
aches caused by the studying
- Urban League and others,including civil rights
many tlry I the new mathematics. I'm going -
I forces of white groups. r to call it "Aftermath," :

; One disgruntled person wanted to sum it up by .

saying Mr. Schuyler was an Uncle Tom. We couldn'tgo
I'm also designing a spec-
alon g with this. That's an ugly word. Maybe. this 1 ial trousers for carpenters.The .
.r scholar thinks too intellectually-way above our heads mani feature will be a LEWIS

-because, although he is a recognized authority on I king-size pocket for their ---L
should *
rulers. This boomy
r the black man, he never really got right down with crowning achievement. & ,
them like Kiog did. His mansion in New York I, on a iII
. "bill", King's is down here-in the street-with big, STA-Xl !l*&

black, burley ignoramuses! Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, I took an aptitude test to h g. r
I popular local businessman is set what I could do best. The A
1 the owner of the Dive-Inn Bar results showed that .I shouldbe
1772 NW 79th St. Phone It a garbage man When I .
Join the NAACP 919431. He invite all hit "asked !'How come?.i' I was '' ,
old friends to come and meet told,' "Because you we always '
I tew friends.Everyone welcome. talking trash." ,P ,fI Q, r

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MIAMI TIMESNEWSBOYS Room of the Roosevelt pinto and other activitiesfor party .when the carriers F 1
MEETING Savings and Loan Association. the summer. Bring your gouged themseves| on hot
All Miami Times dollars BO your bank account dogs..soda pops and cookies. i
The Miami Time Nsw.-. nowsbojr are urged to bpwseat. can bo opened. >. ,PhoKj'by. >Bob\.Thompson ofI l
boys. club 'will nxwt..Saturday ., Plan .arc .alnady Tb. jficturts 'above, ivofi<. n'I_..,... ,i, .
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20 THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, May 6, 1966

"MISS ROCK" Jackie .Robinson______ Named Football Manager ATTENTIONALL
Division Brooklyn Dodger image,
CONTEST WINNERS Robinson said, "eventu- who was a fighter." students of Flak Uni-
MANAGERLeroy ANNOUNCEDMiss ally, we want to build a In August the Dodgers will versity, undergraduate and
stadium in Brooklyn for both put a team on the field, and
Hughes, 22, has Chicago, to which he has now football and baseball and we announced they will graduate, are requested to
Jacqueline Colebrookhas meet at the home of
been promoted to the positionof returned as manager. As he Clifford
store manager of the F. W. gained experience he was promoted been elected to reign as hope to bring back major play their first exhibition Matthews Sr. 946 NW 46th St.
Woolworth store at 311 E. Slat to assistant manager of "Miss Rock" and was the league 1 baseball: in future saidBroo'kl game in Orlando. Sunday, May 8 at 5 p.m. Thisis
expansion plans He appointmentcame
recipient of a $500 savings a most important
street, Chicago, it other Woolworth stores meeting
was announced at 22y "striving for a after Bill Rus-
is a week
t( by J. E. Pierce, E. 43rd street and 3445 Park bond. Elected as Roc kPrlncessos" named coach of the for Fiskltes will decide
team. sell
and sports was
North Central regional vice receiving whether they would like to
Way.Hughes' In seeking a general manager Celtics of the National Bas-
president, career with Wool- $100 savings were Russell bring to Miami the Famous
Sandra Dozier, Sandra Rob- Jacobs said they lookedfor ketball Association. Fisk Jubilee
Hughes joined Woolworth worth began while he was taking Singers.
ert and Ann Williams.GARDENERS a man who was "a key is the first Negro to coach a
less than six in
years as a Distinctive
ago an course
executive, who represented big league team.
on-the-job trainee while stillin Education at Emerson High
high school in Gary, Ind. School in Gary. D-E is an Intensive -
After graduation in June of one-year program in ASS'N

1961 he took a full.time job which students devote their ,'"
with the company and In March mornings to classroom studies'TO MEET AT

1962 was selected by EdwardJ. on the importance of, distribution ST. JAMES
Renowden, regional personnel of goods and services to
} directir for Woolworth'j the economy and their afternoons
Attention all members of
management training to' application of + ihcn +
program. those yir $rr w
the Commercial Gardeners Association
Hughes rust assignmentwas studies in jobs. in private In-
: In the future our
to the 51st Street store in dustry.
regular meetings on the second -
,Thursday of each month
Vosloh Wins School: Board will be held at St. James AMB
Church parish hall upstairs,

Seat Rolle 3rdVoters 1845 the NW meeting.65th St. Please attend -

returned to officeone District 1 runoff with William May 12, 8:30 p.m. our attorney + 1'y
veteran School Dade Lehman. Homles Braddock a Herman Gilbert, will
Board member hut forced two District 4 runoff, with Clara 'be our' guest. A.' C. Smith, rrr

newer incumbents into runoff Osterle. Hendrie and Brad- president. k
elections. dock are completing their
Helen Vosloh had a margin terms on the board. MT. SINAI BAPTISTThe
of more than 9,000 votesin Cecil Rolle' who ran
District 2. She has no Re against Mrs. Vosloh received day of days is here ,
publican opposition and will 14,322 votes as compared to and our church has never let r
begin her fourth term next her total of 43,347. Walter this day pass unnoticed. On i*
January. Stadnick finished second with Sunday evening the program
James Hendrie faces a 19,684. will be' directed to our /
mothers. We invite you to
come out and join us in this
Beauticians Observe occasion. The speaker will Once again the Coconut Mrs. Athalia Range as guest and Welfare Planning Council.
be Mrs. C. J. Burney of New I Grove Youth Council is proudto speaker. We have contacted Members of the council
I Providence Baptist Church. have been chosen to do a the churches in this area and shown in the picture are:

27th Anniversary When troubles fall, and the ..job in the ,community. The all of the businesses, to inform Orethia Crummity,Minnie Bun-
day is dark and the way seems Youth Council is sponsoring them about the clean-up yan, Joealyn Hill, Richard
black, a child always has the :I a clean-up campaign beginning campaign. We are to convince Holton, Valeria Gibson, Ve-
In observance of the 27th 4150 NW 7th Ave. at 5 to 8 joy of his mother's reassuring April 30, thru May 9. The them that our job is being ronica Swindell, Sharon Robinson
anniversary of Unit 7, the p.m.The smile. I purpose of this campaign is done not for ourselves, but Fail Robinson, Gail
unit met in a group and worshipped theme was "Beauty Ii
i to have a special time to for them as well. we want a Springer, Marilyn Walker,
at the St. Paul AME Culture in Retrospect," narrated I Boule Lawrence Brown,
clean up premises and get clean and community, James ,
Church April 24. A high ser- by Mrs. Bertha Perry. MIAMI TIMES rid of fire hazards 'to safeguard and we will work our hardestto Desmond Boone, Ellis Statum,
vice was enjoyedThe ,The: theme will be :
developed health, promote safety, get it that way. All we Lloyd Ballard, Maria Knight,
unit met at the homeof by some of Miami's most fire prevention, property improvement need is the cooperation from Kenneth Austin, Gloria Mo-
Mrs. Bertha Perry Tuesday, noted cosmetologists. Among ADS and to salute all the citizens. If we get this, Cref, Wilma Campbell, Margaret -
April 26 with the presidentMrs. them are Mesdames Billie senior citizens in Coconut we are sure our project will Butler, Hazel Johnson,
M. Muldrow, presiding. PittsMarion Muldrow, Louise BRING Drove. be a big success. Antoinette Silva, Wilhemenia
Final plans were completed Riley, Mary Wilson, Opal The kick-off rally was held Cooper, Willie Faye Teague,
foi the tea to be held at King, W. and RESULTS
Starkey, Mr. Robinson Carla
!Saturday, April 30 at the Coconut Grove project Angela ,
i;' Bonded Collection Agency, Dallas Robinson. ]Elizabeth Virrick Park, with sponsored by the City of Miami i Sands, and Clarice Cooper.

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