The Miami News from Miami, Florida on May 3, 1966 · 30
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The Miami News from Miami, Florida · 30

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Tuesday, May 3, 1966
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12B THE MIAMI NEWS PICTURE PAGE, Tueav, May 3, 1966 . -S v- i ' o- 'V' A --v" -" . ' Hr-.-. 'Lj(2, 4DN. J lilt .'You Mean You Were Bluffing?" i wm you ... I : : :::t 1 vi "Wright's Cartoons On Display At Parkway Theater 7 JC r xgfEg&s'jrg mt & mm 9 Iff "Imagine ! We're In This Thing Together" " PULITZER WINNER Don Wright Don Wright, editorial cartoonist at The Miami News, had just stepped from his office Into the paper's busy news room when word came that he had won a Pulitzer Prize. ; "Wright's won it," came the shout from Managing Editor C. Edward Pierce, who with other staffers, had been huddling -over a news service teletype awaiting the announcement. The shout stopped Wright in his tracks and he stood vir-" tually speechless as co-workers pumped his hand, slapped his back and exclaimed their congratulations. "I'm honored," Wright said, and then, witli a note of amazement in his voice, added: ' "It's the highest 'possible award you can win in journalism. I still don't believe it." The , Pulitzer judges honored , Wright's entire work in 1965 ""as exemplified by a work titled 'You Mean You Were Bluffing.'" On this page are some of Don's cartoons that won for him ; the Pulitzer Prize. -'; The Great Society .,.-. ;' 'a , :'r .--.t-,v.v.v..y. ;,.v.v....v.v.v r I v' ' ' Don And His Wife, Rita, Celebrate . . . Baron' Joins In Tell Me It Isn't A JUragel' is 7' i i l i I lit., 'ifn'i-l itrj - 'it. jpm The Pacifist 1! By George! (Send your problems to George and face life with an air of confident confusion.) DEAR GEORGE; When dancing a fast step my boy friend has a tendency to pant and puff and this tickles my ear and makes me giggle, and t have a real shrill giggle. What can we do about this? We're going to a very fancy masquerade party soon and I'm worried, because people look 1 at us funny. i f MAYBELLE DEAR MAYBELLE: t- Why don't the pair of you it rn.i ri choo? ! DEAR GEORGE: ! Could you tell me the main advantages of a young man ' attending a co-education A , college? 1 6AM ; DEAR SAM: -Not here. ; .1 t 1 I THE CANDID CORNER I think they should. It makes a mess of the city. MARGARET BAINES, housewife, 3330 NW 1st St. W fcs. I don't see any harm as long as they take them down after they get through. YALE GOLDBERG,, store manager, 1325 SW 17th St. QUESTION Should Campaign Posters Be Banned? I don't think It looks nice. The propaganda should be made some other way. MERCY ARCAY, housewife, 3020 W 6th St. i Billboards are okay, but not on trees and telephone poles. LLXA ARLINE, display, 1501 NW 47th St. Yes, I clean them up and they're a waste of money. They litter the whole area. . CHARLES , BARNA. maintenance, 3040 NW 13th St. PEOPLE IN The News : CAIimcnAEL I Former West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer arrived by plane in Tel Aviv last night as guest of the Israel government for a week-long visit. The official welcome was marred by outbursts from a group of about 50 demonstrators who said they were ' Communists. Speaking in Hebrew, Foreign Minister Abba Eban welcomed Adenauer in the name of the Israel government. . . U.S. Commissioner of Education Harold Howe, II says educators must lead the way in the elimination of segregation from the nation's schools. "American education, must catch up with American life and American law,", Howe said today in an address to the Teachers College Founder's Day Convocation at Columbia University, New York. Yugoslav President TMa held the first of a round of talks with President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt today. Egyptian sources said they dealt mainly with means of strengthening ties between nonaligned nations in the face of "a deliberate policy of reactionary pressure against progressive states." They met at Nasser's Mediterranean"- rest house. V ADENAUER MRS. LBJ TITO 1 Mrs. Lyndon B, Johnson did some spade work for the Department of Agriculture yesterday. She planted a new variety of shade tree the Bedford , pear tree on the grounds of the department's administration building. The tree, which grows to a height of 50 feet, is being promoted as one that will eventually be planted across the nation as "a perfect shade tree." " U. S. Ambassador to the Philippines, William C. Blair, Jr., flew to Washington today for consultations. He is scheduled to return to Manila May 23. An embassy spokesman said the trip was a routine visit to Washington for briefings and talks. The Shah of Iran announced yesterday the gift of one day's military budget $700,000 to the worldwide war against illiteracy. He appealed in personal letters to other chiefs of state to follow his example. "The Shah's letter was read yesterday to a meeting of the executive board of the United Nations Educational. Scientific and Cultural Organization in Paris. ' - '. FOR THRILLS AMP bxcitememt-they JUST COULPNT COMPETE WITH THE TAXIS INI.TOWM

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