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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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
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38TH YEAR, NO. 19 MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1960 TEN CENT pr FL l6 PAGES
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I Increasing Juvenile Crimes BlamedOn i'x.



Lack Of Sufficient Recreation

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An alarming rise la aon-Tloleat
Jovealle Crimea by teenatera la
Dade County was shown la a re. !
port by Metro police oa Tuesday.

Lack of conaty.wlde youth ? : > .
guidance and recreation program
Is to be blamed for the situation,
r .Ar said two of Dade't juvenile
judtea. The report did not surprise .
them

Jud,e. W. R. Culhreath and :'
Ben C. ftheppard said that the
report was bad. but not unusualla S't:1 + + '
view of current public unroa- a
Bern oa Juvenile crime.
va i
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Lt Leo Joffre, who preparedthe ,
special report for tb. 11
months of this year has shown
that of 1.221 burglary cases solv.ed < ,1.y
ISO Involved juvenile. 2 out
of three of whom were under IS. *
4 ,
; Juveniles were responsible for -
4
d 172 case 1C per cent of the
total of larceny la the county
Three out five were committedby
children under II.

Of the 20? auto theft cases J

solved 112 of them were javea. ,
tie thefts or joy ride escapdea. + '.
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e The Pan Americas World Air fire attendants, the flret .U....
with
wide
nation .
a aere* la
juvealle crime, Joffre aald. way Employee. Social Club led dant, little 4s.; M.......... Ira I
r by President Roosevelt WlnflV.d.I jjohnraa. third ..**..... flutter;
Both judges agreed that the held Its aaaual Miss Han Aruarl. fourth, tiara rVt iMM a. aad Hfth. I
4 4 situation .. bad but that "It can contest at 1720 NW CSth .... Joyce Jordan.
will not Improve until the com home of Ira. Wlafleld. Th. new queen was et.|uWtety -
ntunlty accepts Its responsibility.** The all charming young ladle dressed. In.. long flawing
r e s who vied for the title were I.ot' white sown. 'lone wl H. gloves
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tie Gray, runaerup Ira Jobn. and carried a mused bouquet of
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5: WE WISH vdu son, Rota! Butler, flaye r>rtu. flowers aDd wore her sfiapoMe
----- --- son. Joyce Jordan and Barbara crown. Her lovely. attendant J
L\(..%(ai) iVfcirr.$ YandHyn lessee Kl nta 'I1wCA Sorority asdWIlllaar. Webb traced the beautifu: Tan American ,
Lore, daughter of Mr. sad )...*. I. tormber of the ALL A VERY Miss Gray corwned Miss Webb float la the Oranae Blowout
Cliff Baker .rf S 1 62 XW 47th .*-, KIN'. Alpha 1... Fr trenlty. the new Paa Amerlcaa for 1110. Classic parade and the Grant
wore encaffesnenl la Arthur It.Williams. The bride to be i. alao the HAPPY (1 Barbara congratulated her Howl Johnson photo.
MM of )lr. and )tr.. daochter of )Ir. Kllboe Love of
John Kills Williams of SovtliU 4901 23rd av*. She U a teach.rr !
IJotoa. ,.... being anaooaced al Maymoat School la Rick.mond NEW YEAR
by her parraU this week.. Institute, HamptoM Va, A Monday
Mb. Lo,. U a member of the late summer wedding U planed. I .aa... ............ ) In Orange Bowl I ITlaouctl

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Nat'l Se-d- IN OIlAXfiK BOWL TOCIIXET WEST IS TOP NorrU "Htevenoa' U
Baptists MEL
'II...III"" '. .......1141...rtnc righthalt
I h. boils. the lop et trail av.
Johnson to Africa GROUND GAINER rracn uf 7.:1 >....1..|.......,,. UMIr
I Ashe Goes to Semi-Finals .lor |.h}.iral tlt..mpy. major
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I ____ __ I LIIii.. ..rlda Isle. IN lh.*. MWJMIMINI

nnUlmt with a I......
There was only one American -
Negro la the 14th Annual Orange III. l.r..| KIUIM waOklalMMM acaI....
Bowl International Tennis Tournament MAN IS KILLEDBY N hen IM hail tuwh.

this week, but areryoa HIT AND '! du.n run of 77 an.1 l fMI ,.rd.,
knew b* was there awl IIMI iri ru"hlnff' junU tner.
+ RUN DRIVER all. 'ItiU. !. an ll-lliiHr. rf..r l
t Arthur Ash. 17-year-old wait against .....* foM.....-,. It} any futs'
from RL Louis, pulled two of the r -
h biggest upsets of the tournament Clevelaad Roll. KB, a gardener easy Mill li.t wal.liinit nut for
NW 17th St.. was killedIn .... ....... .. .
.'' and went all the way U Ute of 220S f MI.lr ..rr|* !. UM
seml.flnals before losing. to Bill a traffic accident Monday ,IA Orssge. 11u.1 )1.......'.
t Lenolr of Tucson, Arts.* who fl- when be was struck by a car at e S __ .
nary won the tournament. NW 24th ave. and CZnd sl. and IAIfOR s ,. .d6 r r--_ _
! Asks apwtott......... Ta. car which hit hlai lavaa.tltator .
Christian Dasia sad Hfth- seeded _ld. laid down 41 feet
Roda.T Maadelstam. He had of skid mark. Four men wore la
trouble serving la hi* match with It. witnesses said. M 'M1ILMSOL'Itl
Leaolr and lost C.2. f.I. A motorist chased the IfltS9 .
two-door bloc Pontiac. two- i ih
tone, to NW 10th ave. and line
tlnentTentatlre st before losing sight of It.
RoPe's death briars the number
the
arrangements for
of traffic fala'.tties: for the r
trip to Liberia alb for the troop
York U March year la Dade to 141 TKiKIl )I el I
to leave New City I ) I
The Nation! Baptiit Coaven.
of 1141 and to return befort or be ti.. left L
\Vet
will Maniac
Inc. baa ...s.cte4a
ton, t!.s.A., about the fleet of ApriL WOMAN KILLS .-. t
halfback )load. bent Mlsuurltakea .
Commission to to to Atr1 a. I "- ( "
The Rev Thedford Johnson of Rer., Johnson U dlrtetor general COLLEGE PROF. ua Navy la tb. Oraac* f. t s
Miami 1* tblrIBaD, alone with for Foreign ...*.IOD of Ue Howl.. Tb mo.pooadrr baa. beer
the Her Ju'laa' Tay.or Connect General Baptist State Coana. PANAMA CITY A 24-year the team's leadlac ground gjUiMir t.
cut and the Her. Robert L. Ta,. tloa of Florida; supervisor of old school I turban was shot to for three year. Ills J..tJI yards .\
lor of Richmond Va. Baptist Education and Mission lathe death Friday by a student of truss arrimmac is second beat #
Bahama Islands, member of : Roseawald Junior CoU.,.. ac. la Mluna biatory.We .
The eomm+ttee Is to to to Africa the Foreign MUsfoa Board of cording to pOlite.IDyutfc.toh '- ..,, .
before the nest convention tb. NBC; president of the Bsp- said the seudtnt.Mr ** 14 bail carrier this year
meets In Kansas City Mo. !fD test Minister Council of Miami; *. Thclma Polite. 22. shot W with O3O yards sad a 4.7 yard 3 ,.
September of nil The committee board member of the ChrlstUa J, Moffett after the teacher struck penury atermc. Ills average
Is hopeful of buying 5.000 Hospital, and pastor of the St. her during SB argument outsidea runback of k koffs U 83 yards
was Gt tsa 4 ttt M rtId to Jon tsttftstlectl UlHioMrf bar. ll. warn u.. Hportiax New s young peo'* "ho will go to Attics Baptist Chorch of tab dty. ThU Detective D. L. Dacron said the GAd tease aUAjnertcan chute
aDd maks a AeftnU coatrt- will be hU a.coB4 trip (9 UU woman would be charged with a 4 a wafiasjova all pgtta.ga
button to the growth of that con part of the world. murder. adattlosu



THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI PDA Fun Night ReOpensThe .

"AGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1060 I Association James E. will Scott reopen Community Its. x

-- Teenage Fun Night program at
-- -- Liberty Square auditorium 6304 .

tt?""###,."#########..'.. .. ,,,,,. ... NW 14th are., Tuesday. Jan 3
at 7 30 p.m Fun Night at JamesE. n

Around Miami be Scott reopened Homes on Auditorium Jan. 4 at 7 will 30 : r m'F

I p.m. Activities will consist of
card playing ping pong dancing
By DAVE BONOU etc E
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Sidney Poitier In
('"HISTI.onor'' and now
Ere, A lot of people walt for
Sw Venr's t!II an excuse to get S Po'tlrr. who won an
drunk ;Sow are Just plain glad TIIH TALLKKT STORY I errr *....df'myward nomination with
the 0 d Year N "one. becaueIbev I heard, yet It la true.. It teMs the bill brilliant acting In "The D'fl.
Were nhootln' bad In0.. story of a prospective golfer KO- ant One.." stars with A'en LaddIn
and tool- 'CI wnt be better. If InK to a pro to learn how to play the spectacular new Hal) !
blocs* don't work out bjr then 1 1a'dd'4' he would like to make an expert Dartlett production. ".\1. the 4I
of 51. then everybody Rolf. The pro tella the students, Young Men" the Columbia pic. Tw Ir
will) be trying: to make ti2. f'om..1 ment and that would be to tutor ture at the Capitol Theatre
(n a hurry and It goe on like him In rolf. So far a year and starting Sunday.
thai er' after *"'1'. Pretty noon I a half has past and the pro < a+C
YOU stet Hke "'f'. and *a,. "oh the teaches the student how to swing
he I with It Just lire life every approach, putt chip, hook, slice ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
roldm minute of It. I and everything else. For a year
and a half the student. hadn't
TtX '1\114: touched the ball, not even once .. .
,
I did he ever swing on the little For Everyone l ., i.dt. :
25 R1 N.W. 182nd St. We BiwclaJIt In assigned rik, ..' :,: "
white
monster the
Flna'ly
came .
Ot. t.nek Flineemher with $.10 down. Financing nrrnog ., ::0' .... ,
day the .tudf'ntIIflt He
I ratne. .,.
12. 190Dea ; .
played II holes, shot an erenpar ed.Altman ...-.a.:.;, .
Mr ItandtrThe .. .
1. "
72. When he rot back to the | Insurance Agency '.t..,.. f_.' -,_ "'.''"
|I""e of the Cuban refu- club: house he told everyone he 70* NW Srtl Kt Fit 1.St:1i ,.. r. .'.". "'.. :''' '"T.. .! .
trn* and the emHnrment. of See .,.,. 'j,.. .. ..1...
was quitting golf because the ., "
('To.. hr the te'enhone' : and else < .\ '.'7'. .
...M game was too easy. ... ..\ ,
MHfMinle certainly was ",.J. .,.\ .,
timely and your material had ,"'
teeth In It.KItft..lntr. TO Ont MANY Friend who '-.' ",t., ',.,...
of sent Christmas cards we thank .. ... '" "-
of ronr promotion
.He Newro "mayor" of Miami I you hearts from and to the each bottom and everyone of our i I r.111 TItIUt,..: The IkMutl. ofIHrrrtor annual tea for the benefit of
have often wondered why theseManes t of the Janice' JRMWn lay dare cater at
of you a Happy New Year Dur r 1 and staff
discussed
have not been ing the past year did you tire J:. Srntt (VNnmanlty AsMirtatlonIMkl liberty Square, Mrm. Dana maybe
"leaders.and. an answer" I question nought whether by our life even golden minute of It9 tribute to )I,... Pauline seen with her cherry" smileireltilnjc
Huh!'! Itann for 11sure of faithfulMTtlce.
at the piano to render
re truly bare any In Miami. I |
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when the
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know that Wp hare a number Dft'ltI.n. Every year music a. arrnmpnUt to a solo
HI' cm a Otnkron (bare<<, Alphaghl
Heater
who hold commltUes"responsible"positions and nofn'h. Faulty PI Omega Sorority at".. Its hit. THANK YOU Sirs Dunn.fa .
on
but I don't *" the eiecn Causes Fatal Burns
Unit of leadership unless It la 1----------------... > >u.. ..
To Women 76Mrs .nn
done from the pulpit by a f e w I

mini.'',.. .Ind. all N fro sltltens Viola fillies 7(. of 644-F .
d. not Maont( nor attend these died of severe :
NW 14th .t.. Monday ESTATES
fw churrhks. burnt the received| In a firs ,... eu1 eal'e'et "Mg leaeue" LINCOLN I
Mark thouh your column started by faulty kerosene beat.er l"f1-.1r salter fawn KOOTI"H
with its vast audience you will 4it an autopsy showed TV, .tut XW .tnl Are, We will
\ *"t4 l to reatfi the right heart old set. "ormlac
I i Her clothing was Ignltel by a keri JIHU- |""
and mind. I with you mush sue. kerosene store beside her chair. like new. F..r toj" In service Unliky; (gift pl'riul
less In your ndarora." i Officers D E. Watklns and C C C'alln ff.law. i iTo
Very truly your, Parker said. About a year ago
lira. Kdward Jonn Mrs., Giles suffered a stroke.A every home-buyer who qualifies under FHA 2

neighbor. Willie J. Bishop, TilLOT
CMIH: "nJ'.F.. i. Flrta said he saw smoke and flames
A 9 foot f/ecfric/ ffefr/f erafor
r.tf;ro will \/fi just a Jumpln' anda coming through the window of I
swlncln come Jnn. I. 7. 8. He's Mrs., Glllls' home. lie ran to the
cut firu girls gmlnK In to upset scene, forced the screen door
which and pulled: her to the front porch
'hit male customers. moans
the local chicks will be on hand The police thought that she rr. $9,300 Sales Price 4300 Down i
t. protect their meal tickets.Thar might hare died before the fire
five chicks (oh. excuse started Howrrer. this theory was $62.00 per month pay everything *
me.) thwiw fire betutlful. charm disproved by the autopsy 2
Inc ladlw well known en.
an
See the three bedroom model at
Urtataerit and most llkftly will --- ---- -- -

Induce ether club to bring In
nut of town talent Chlckle. OWNERS 10835 S.W. 221st Street, Goulds 2
Home will open at the Klnr O' a
4
hearts MMe the first week In
YVt.riMryIn the meantime be $1.00 and your deed U all you need for a CBS homeon DeCarlo Homes, Inc. HI 4-4681 !
sure you<< don't ila the MillerHtotem ,

Frb. '.8.at Clyde' floats Hoom. your lot. Any size or price range. Also FHA. Buy now and get the benefit of Homestead exemption i

-- Wonderful value. See model home at THIS OFFER EXPIRES DEC, 31, 1960 2
ruirrrv (nti. of the \\wk.F.orenre :
Harmon (I'HX operator .' DJlMiami's .
at the Mr John Pretty 2644 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1-9372 fa
Itoy of TheV....k Cleveland ncrtY+c c. c c c cc..C..4 ... .4.C..4.

Wade Man About Town FAIRLAWN HOMES
Clinton Moon Policeman of
the WeekIt. St George nu. Opposite Steven Market
t.e.. Tearher of the Week:
Guidance Counwlor Mayme L.Wllliamt Open every day including Sunday indf Most Desirable
(at 1lTrubllc
servant of the WeekRill John.'
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NOW* cious rooms. All ground floor buildings.

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1WIKDO OF Tin \KCJHO PIlKHS"
? It-) M.V.110: rr:,>H hell.e. that America can be* lead tbe world ,'
tram rMcHl PI*! national antnc1onl when It aer rda to etery mareeanHv
*. of mre. color or tread hi. human and lecal riehta. ffatlncwo 1 ,
man. f.,tring n.. man- In the finn hellf that all men ire ban a. lot.c Man>om> t* bell : 4LI
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JUVENILE CRIME *[ ,

Juronile crime is on the Increase in Dade County, -
said a Motro police report raleased} on Tuesday. That is FAMILY IlKt'MOX In Miami In Newark' XJ Vl-ltlnx with not good! news. for a l't1rt.tma. family ,....nlnn her Herr' her *..... l,r, Bertram K. taklnr rrMency" training at the
worn Mr.. )!attic' Walker sad !wars' with. I hU wife Pranrrft.a t nher.Ity l of Oklahoma where
Wore still 1 Is the fact that some ot those connected tam II,. )t,.. Walker formerly of l > The fear) Mm. t Seam I* al.o working toward
I"f't'ldf"lll .rr....... rmMe In Oklahoma a maMer decree In social.
with crime are children of 15 years and under. 1101 Vmh St.. now l ". .nrk.'bI1... In Miami Mr.
I
The report shows of 207 automobiles 192 of Walker Majetl with a niece Mr.
stolen .
HAD IK n.u.1ITF.1t8 l-:'MIeV. FairtMuik at 72O XW
them were by juveniles. Of 1,323 burglary cases solved, 2:rd Ave. and the Sere visited
860 involved juveniles. *. with Dr. Sean' father, Ernest
e Ex Slave Dies at 121 Hear. Ml XW 03th HUrtrtnml
Our two juvenile judges believe a' lack-of county.I -

wide youth guidance: and recreation program Is to be t TWM the night before Christ. The Social' Security Administration left, .....1.hfI with Bear Mra., renter Walker., are
blamed. DIM the eve of his birthday accepted Tncle Dave's axe Mr. Kffle: n.r".1tt. and Sheila
This could be true, but thera is still/the responsibility a man wrinkled with axe Mt In this ear a* 121 the oldest person alrhanlji, sister and niece' of
left with parents. Ara these parents doing their duty to I I hit rocking chair In Charleston on Its roll. )1,.. Walker.
them>iolves and their children We believe them is too W. Virginia.
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much left to the school and the church although many of A short tim% b.for. midnight. -- -- -------- --pp ---- p-a p.------a --a
friends with whom be lived
these juveniles never attend church. The school: and the found William (Und Darer E
church must have the cooperation of parents If they are Dan% the oldest p n lonr on
to do a real' good job.PRINCESS the Social Security Admlntitra.tlon' 1 (! rMu'i Srst 1BislpaTo |
roll hit
pay sitting with
ey%1 elo.%d. H, w. dtad.Uarl !
MARGARET, GOVERNOR? :* Dave maintained that be
was born on Christmas Day. our many friends and customers: We regret be
News comes from I nm1on. England flat Princess
< Is35w although there are no of
Margaret, wife of Anthony Armstrong-Jones might become tidal. records Had he lived a f,w cause of recent confinement of our co-owner and man
the next of the Bahamas when Sir Oswald hour longer h, would hare
governor been 122. alter Mr. E. c.*Luckie, to the Christian Hospital we
Haynor Arthur retires In 1962. 2
He said hit was born In Win were not able to send personal greetings to all of 2
Princess Margarot I is not a stranger to Nassau. Some ston-Salem. N.C.. and was sold
aa a slate at auction before ht this However
you season. please accept this methodof 2
years ago we had the privilege of witnessing a very warm was 12. His parents worked on
reception given her by all classes of the city of Nassau. a tobacco plantation In North I I wishing you a Happy, Prosperous New Year.
W* heli'e we are correct in saying that the colony would Carolina

be .thrilM to again have a member of the Royal Family After the GlTll War he went I
occupying Government House. to Charleston where h worked
on a river boat for 30 year He
The Duke of Windsor was Governor of the Bahamas then Joined a Qhasapeake and Luckie's Tailor Shop Luckie's Beauty Shop

and he and the Duchess were generally liked. Ohio was seriously railway s Injured,ctlon and sang had. but too 6508 N.W. 18th Avenue Miami, Fla.

Rumor has it that Princess Margarctand her hus. feted Into a semi.retirement.broken let four He uf. OX 1-6520-0X 1.1262
band will pay another visit( Ro the Bahamas on January 15. ao when he was struck by a years car
but walked: .,alli. although doe-'

HAPPY NEW YEAR to tors do said o.Tncle he would not be able Incidently Mr. Luckie is recuperating nicely at home
The next i MUe of -the Miami Times will be publishedon Dave
cut grass and
did
January 7. 1961. with one week gone in the New Year. odd Jobs until recent years. He MRS. E. C. LUCKIE
We are therefore taking //this opportunity of wishing our said he was married twice and !

patrons, advertisers and the public in general. A Happy had he outlived IS daughters them all Apparently, .....a................. ...... .............
and Prosperous New Year.

Q. wtClUJ.Cmr' .f"iMI'Jl" 'f.I Ate._ .. ..
W also want to thank advertisers subscribers ------- --- .
our -------I.w A 2e VnH ftt Utt iBa..wKT :: ABfca.J
and readers for their patronage during the past year. It
was a pleasure to serve you, and we hope to be able to HE
continue to do so. ROYAl BAHAMA

EPISCOPAUANS HELP CUBANS

The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, D.D., Bishop of the 519 PEMBROKE ROAD f*
Episcopal! Diocese of South Florida announced this week HALLANDALE, FLORIDA \* L. U g J
that a program for aiding Cubans has been set up. The

Fund project for comes War under Relief.a grant from the Presiding Bishop's Gala New Year's WeekendFRIDAY


BIG SHOW NITE
LETTER TO THE EDITOR e -

LADIES FREE j
The following letter was received ajid wo thank our
friend James C. Evans for this introduction. If we; are ever
In London. and wa hops wa might lx< w* will erftiinly SATURDAY-NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL

be at to all. From 9 p.m. til 1961 J
Reeves:

A. recent welcome guc*t at The Westbury. London's SUNDAY-Hully Gully Matinee Jam Ses.ionFrom

newest'luxury hotel was a long time family friend of 3 til 6
yours Mr. James C. Evans, of 3533 Warder Street N.W., i
Washington, and 319 N.W. Ninth Street, Miami He stayed Featuring Queenie Beacham Trio i iS
here for a night: after returning from Africa, wherehe
had been on a mission to investigate: the situation there. SUNDAY NITE-All Star New Year's Ball
Mr. Evans pays that he likes his Pentagon duties to bring TABLES
him to London and that he always stays at The Westbury. FREE-Except by Reservation
lie says that you are Interested In England and would appreciate And Hear The Singing Manager-JACK CORBITT

!this R" a note of greeting We cater to lodges and fraternities. Special arrangements for
Cordially yours. charitable organizations
Heather McConell (Mrs.)
Monday and
Tuesday, Visit our Lounge
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1960 PAGE 5


I Ike Can't Dig Segregation-Integration CHURCH KNEEL. after service.Joseph -

11. Kline, chairman of
TuHd.-ln New York a college IN AT CHICAGO the group the Chicago Youth
professor blamed President Committee for Civil Rights said
Police to beEntertained Eisenhower for enhancing national Omegas GivesChristmas SUBURB they were protesting legal action
confusion over the differences Christmas services at fire early this year which blockeda
between desegregation and BasketsIn Protestant and Roman Catholic planned integrated housing
The Jamaica Sam family and integration and thus hindering Chuches were attended by about project In this "1;.,. of 10.000
members of the newly founded solution. of the comrle race keeping with one of Its annually 30 Metro students at Deerfle'd people.
Church of God. Inc.. will be giving problem. sponsored projects SigmaAlpha an all-whit north Chicago in. _
a special New Year'a dinner Chapter of the Omega Pal barb. In what wm eal;>d a kneelIn CORRECTIONIn
for the Colored policemen of The charge was made by Prof.
Phi Fraternity Inc.. with Dr. demonstration to protest alleged
Miami on Sunday Jaa. 1. at NW Kenneth B. Clark of the CityCollege Edward Rraynon Jr., as bastions housing discrimination the greeting me*.a* from
15th ave and 70th sU from C of New York before an was again happy to donate baa.kets u aaaaaa.aa dentacoam Mrs., Johnnie Mae IIIU which appeared .
p.m. until. anthropology section of the to several needy families In Fifteen whit! ftadeata accora on pate 4 of our Chretmaa
The party Is a gesture of American Association for the I stated that Mrs.
the Greater Miami area at panted the Negroet. The demonstration issue It was
thanking and congratulating; Advancement of Science in Us Christmas time. The basket, distributed was orderly and the ser. Hill was worthy matron of New
them for their kind and faithful annual session. In Coconut Grove.nrownsvUle. vices were conducted without In.ddeDt. Providence Chapter OBS. That
service throughout the year. Clark said "fbe confusion In Liberty City and the police Aid Several was In error Mrs Ho** Lee
May God keep guide and pro. the mind of the President of the Opa Locka. went principally Into pastors and some of the members Johnson U the worthy matron of
test them from harm and danger United States Is likely to be Infllnltely homes where there were many greeted the Negroes at the door that chapter.
that they may be able to serve children and no father."Resides .
more damaging than .., .... ....
us better throughout the years tocome. .t. .NIoJIII.A ".iII 8'\AI .a. .v. J.
confusion In the minds of the ---------- -- .
the wide variety of -- -
A Happy New Year to All. general public basic food Items which the baskets .
JAMAICA SAM contained each basket also
He defined desegregation as an
objective social legal I and political had a large chicken ptas estraparts ITYWi
as well
process by which racial as candles and oth. .
"
er goodies for the
barriers to enjoyment of full and kids said
I RITZTHIATRI equal civil. rights are removed.He Terry Parker chairman of the .. ./M % YN11AAt
fraternity's welfare committee.'
noted that Integration aa a 69th St.
subjective Individual process" Involving OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave &

attitudinal change "and
STARTS BCXIUYHpmrer the removal of fears hatred Personal Meaties
TrsxyFmtric suspicions, stereotypes super FRIDAY SATURDAYEWEFOOTINHE1L"t1
March stltlons and myths.. "

'INHERIT THE WIND' Clark said that when' the "out James Wvche of Newport
going President talks about the News V.... and Wesley Wyehe of
Hue 'need for time and that we can. Emorla. ,... father and broth.
"Three Worlds of not hope to change men's hearts In.law of the Paul Wyches of hvira
Gulliver"BUNCHE and minds over.nlrht he demonstrate I Rmwnsvllle. are guests In our b Or ac oast a, uKw
that he does not reallyunderstand city for the holiday
I the difference between I
desegregation and Integra
tlon. Mrs. Monica Rahmlag of New
York City niece of Mrs Clean
Observing that segregation Is Matthews, returned to NYC after PLUS
harmful to whites and Negroes a month's vacation visiting with -
srs.. )tOX., TITO. alike Clark said: the Isaiah Matthews of Liberty
Holiday matinee Nun and City. "Man Who Understood Women"
"A racially: segregated schoola -
)Ion.Theatre 1:43
opens
gl'ded. dominant ghetto-type
pja.: both days middle claM school Imposts Mrs. Verna Ferguson, a K e y
Mere .McQueen and upon while children the Inevitable t} Water, was up for the holidays. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
Yul llrrnnrr la stultifying burdens of petty'' visiting bf niece Lillian Mae
"THE MAGNIFICENT provincialism, Irrational fears Clark of Homestead She was
SEVEN" and hatreds of people who are the Christmas day house guest JOSEPH E LEVINE ae+sdwUx1NuA
different and a distorted Imageof of the Hatchers 11030 Harrison
"Portrait in Black" themselves" }ct. Richmond Ilelghta.Bimirs GINA
Lana TurnerAnthony
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Kidney I*o I tier noisemakers, balloons, sanitary cups, saucers, plates

and Abut Add and forks, paper napkins, towels and cards. "' trarl
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Jeff (handier
OPIN DAILY SUNDAY 1 A.M. U 10 P.M.

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Along Freedom's Road BIRTH DATA OUT CLOCK REPAIRS

"Opening night" at the Tin. Andrews' Jeweler

------ By RUTH PERRY -- IN N.Y. Top Tavern in Goulds led to Jail ;303 N.W. 2nd Acre

.f s ....-.. ....... ...... ,,=.o:;"= "= - fII color"references I guaranteed
NEW YORK-Rue or gambling.
A few days ago I taw a very recently; wholesale arrests of will: be omitted from 40 Year In Business)
' E t Informative and thougbt-proTok.i Negroes in lanch.counter alt-l.., birth certificates of all babies Metro and state beverage agents FR 3.0152Holiday
r. Ins TV program. Its main theme the dynamiting of a Negro born In New York City after NewTf'ar' raided the tavern at 21S01
was the ",It.ln' demonstrations, school and a boycott of white Goulds Ave. and found card and -
but my Interest was held mainly' stores by Negroes.The The city Day. will become the first dice games going full blast. ... .. _.... ......

by the thoughts expressed by group of signers Includ. community In the United Statesto
both white and Nego people In. ing ministers bankers college adopt this policy Health Com. BURGLARS TAKE Special!
terviewed for the program.A presidents and businessmen distributed missioner Leon Daumgartner
copies of the manifestoto $50,000 FROM 1-
\VIM IS ItlSINC
Protestant and Catholic said.The
taken following
At the end of one year, and church throughout Atlanta, asking protests action that was color or race DADDY GRACE'S PORTRAITWhile
the beginning of a new one. we
that it be read from pulpitson
could be used to
hear many evaluations of the Christmas Day Especial em. Information minority. HOUSE you wait
past and hopes and goals for I phasls was laid upon the reallta. discriminate against I I Including frame
the coming; months are set forth groups. I cash
tion that recent events in Atlanta However the Board of Health nurglars stole $50.000
a.moM like blue prints cb.nlnl'l' Indicated a deterioration In will keep the color or race data Sunday night from the "house of 90c
"ur nurse for the relationships between Individuals In confidential medical recordsof prayer" mansion where Negro
thin vein we say that the dylll and groups. In part the state. each birth This will permit evangelist Charles Manuel (Dads 1' e
right struggle during the past, meat aald: 'The only pathwayto dyj Grace lived In recent year
public: health workers and Iclen.!
lear brought forth much fruitMany progress lies In the direction tlsts to make racial up to his death last Jan. 12.
necessary
goals were accomplished: of friendship of respect for the and ethnic studies. Walter McCullough, a bishop

voting rights were more secure conviction of others, and of determination Later In I"t. color and race In the cult which Grace founded.
I ly e'tab'lsbed; more people in to maintain communication : designations aba will be llml. said he discovered the theft as
In the United States registeredand between the leaders nated from city death certificates. .! he was about to leave the $500.
voted especially among the, of all racial and religious groups I 000 mansion for a prayer meet.
Negro population; a Federal within our community." Ing.
CommlMlon .SLS empowered to
look Into civil rights' Infringements DKMAL OF FREEDOM .-.__ :- McCullough: said he had the .
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and act upon them with : money In a briefcase In a second
Abraham Lincoln said :
more power Integration was pro- that those who once story bedroom. He told police
deny freedom to
reading .Iow.,. but none.the lets someone apparently' climbed
others deserve It not for them
prof.e were dropping In many areas, words must have entered the one In the mansion hearing him.

such as public, recreation, nous. signers of the Atlanta Manifesto Grate's estate, estimated up to Johnson of Miami
IRe and "..urant.. because It Is obvious that these 12 million dollars has been In
votved' In tai actions by the fed.
reallte 409 N.W.
men only too well the 17th St
Hut perhaps the most Important tragic depths to which raclai eral) government which claim

thing accomplished during prejudice can take a city and Its the religious leader was $5.f $.. a. ._ .a .... .
the past year was brought home 000 In arrears on Income tares
mutu.1I
Inhabitants. Only through
vividly In the TV program and Interest at the time of his
very I mentioned before; the demonstratlonfl mean I understanding determination and not sympathy to allow anda death. Advertise!, It Pays!

'ng behind the a.lnM es. hatred scorn< and bitterness to ..,.--u""r _.
aDd the fe.lngs '
prevail, can progress In racial
both

while white tiered. Wm and dill about% dujn ot Negro the thm to popU people.the by old IntefMtwtd peatI&f For. And relationship only solutions be* permanently to be these accomplished problemscan reached, w TV Service Calls I50ALL

If they are based upon Justice i
and prejudice
of .cretraUna and morality. The Atlanta Manifesto MAKES ALL MODELS
was *ery evl. I PLUS PARTSLARRY'S
and radar bigotry
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could be applied with fIoqualmW'l
d.nIn their ip ch and attltndsamost
and Just cause throughout
T.V.
people Interviewed *
e of the white al: the South during the New

unjust telt ua.\mulea.that segregation and was an. strive Year as to reach people mutual of both under races WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

democratic It was very revealing standing of their problems in
too to hear Negroes speak up peace and goodwill. For the best in hair weer
1551
for freedom and their rights rust or call the Modernistic N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
with such fort bright ness, from
anlle;e ",It.ln" demonstrators to NEW CITY GOLF Beauty Salon. Hair WHY Ut-friCTrJLJL n -saiai-jijm_ '-tt__I.....L-IIKIIIL ..L.i.. T. ft ii f i

older people who felt that now covers bald spots, thickens

was ths time to do something COURSE OPENS and lengthens the hair and

about egregatlon.f 1 the hair can be styled beau. Cue*. What? CARTOON-0-RAMA ha come to the

from the TV program I reelvd Hundreds of area golfers bad tifully.
a strong Impression thata a field day Inspecting and playIng FAIULOUS
wind of freedom la surely In on the world' first "Speed We five AfRO-AmiCAH IAR
the South perhaps started by Linksat Miami Springs CountryClub permanent on
the youth In their determination Tuesday Dee. 27 u Miami hair This magnificent arrangement of light entertainmentwill
type
to end segregation at counters In offered free golf to all on open. any

variety nt. r*., and evidenced by lug day. 826 N.W. 3rd Are truly add to your drinking pleasure
the acr'es of IMns throughout
the South but most surely felt Th, nine-hole, par 3( course Make this ultra-modern
bar
;
FR bar
4.9944 your drinking
was opened with a golf driving |
well. For this
by old.r people aa
sont.**t between Mayor Robert

t reason prninc: I month.am curtain of the New that Year the King High. Commissioner Henry 8ALUK rOLUXK, Technician 719 N.W. 62nd Street t

will show evident more and Ilalaban and City Manager M L. j I
Reese. KL.MYHA .:. FAXXI.V
Prop
more strongly of the air of tree.

dam and the dtttrmlnallon by The City of Miami course ad.
people of goodwill In the Soutb dd the Speed Links to help ease I
la fellow In the direction the' Vie need for playing fad lit lea.Tests .
wind is blowing show that an average 10.
shooter taken about four hours
TIIK TI\NT.:; MAMFKSTOJn Northwestern Adult
and 20
maifitesV ...tUIN"A minutes top play IS hole
a
** However only 20 minutes are la.solved .
P.hrhtmsi Message. signed by In actually addressing and
So whit and ::egro ministers hitting the baiL Education Center0
Iuators and businessmen. an
app..al was made on QfirlstmasVay The new Speed Links will; cut 7007 Northwest
Twelfth
for an a1a u% effort to solve: In half the time one Is on the Avenue
thy ra"ial froblem In the South course and allow more people to MIAMI, FLORIDA
on the basis of justice and pay especially on weekends.The .
righteousness There has been plan has been tested by .... ANNOUNCES
much racial unrest In Atlanta eral pros who have praised It. ADULT TRADE CLASSES FOR THE WINTER

TERM 1960-61


HAIR REMOVED PERMANENTLY FROM FACE Registration January 2 through 13, 1961

limbs and body, that cause you concern and embarrassment.Fast Register
electronic method medically approved. Free cenaurUUen between 2:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. daily

School hour: Full time 3:30 10:00
ELECTROLOGIST FR 3-2748 by appointmentDR. Part me-7:00.10:00 p.m.

p.m. .
LONQ't CLINIC BUILDING

1545 S.W. First Street Miami FU.S COURSES OFFERED

Architectural Drafting Dry Cleaning

Auto Mechanic Power Machine
Operation
Cabinet Making
Radio and TV Service"

Tailoring

MANY COURSES ARE APPROVED FOR VETERANS

Call PL 4-5491 for specific information

TELEPHONE AFTER 2 P.M.

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MAYS ADULT EDUCATION CENTER

Part time classes
only-7:00 to 10:00
p.m.
CABINET MAKING TAILORING ,

$2.00 Registration Fee
per aubject
Small Materials Fee for Some Course
TKKL DLLIYLItY DRYC

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DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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_.. family holiday jet-together. !lathe THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA
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t life of their young IOn, Rich*I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1960 PACE 7
; ard Paul I, and his family. Wed. _
1 .- THIS and ;; \! nesday afternoon' found them Mrs. Bertram H. Dean- 8r.,-Dec

j around the festive board enjoy. 28: Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Mitchell. MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
Inc the babbling and cooing of Dec.' 29: Mr. and Mra. And Church Furniture
':A...,. Richard Paul II and little Dra- James MeFadgon. Dec SO.mirniDAT .
: Supply
'.j" blna Stephany. Motoring. down
THAT e ; t:0 N.W. 3rd Avenue
( with them from Ft. Pierce Oreetlnr to liar.ry Phone FR 4.4291
; came Mrs. Richard Paul's broth. Nabble. Dec 22: Arnold A.
: Writer of -Rock of Aes.M Oet
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er. Eddie Sheffield: and her FlnTe,. Sharon Ashley Ann Era
sheet and record of this
your
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RUTH N. POLITE
By great grandmother ). ... Marie Ashley, Willie Mcintosh Dee. favorite number Get your 19(1
UW.w.M.'tr.l''VV' Jackson J. W. Dunn Is home 29; Linus and Pauline Austin: Commentary.
....0. lie Is a sophomore studentat Hazel Owens Alee Martin Helen
INVENTORY WEEK. The week fortune to meet Miss Glodenla Florida Normal College W Walker. Delores Holts.
between' Christmas and the New I Ford a charming social I worker Friends of the former Marie Prince Farrington Jr., Dec. 29:
Year Is always "Inventory week". from Washington, D. C The Phi (.'tlb,. N.Y., who Is now Mrs Susie Ere Oresham. Cynthia M. FOR SALE
when good merchants check up 'Deta! Kapplans are to be con. Ererette Brown and baa been' Jones Anthony Ruches Dec 30;
on their wares and get a clear : gratuated for giving such a since June, are happy to hare Anna Grace Sweeting. Evelyn J.
bird's rye TI.... of their stock as beautiful weU attended affair her wintering here. She Is living Durton, Cecelia A. Jones Ron Household furniture, washin .

A whole. They find out what surplus lona Dukes la president of the In the Opa Lock area at 2335 aid L Pratt, Helen Walker. j machine, gas and elec.
goods they have clutteringop local chapter A bouquet of NW 152nd st. Marie Is one of the Theodore Johnson Dorothy El.
their shelves, what popular hibiscuses to Mra. Jettle Davis founders of the famed Neonta len Dec. 31.Tiinrniir. tric store. From private

and useful article they are shortof. for the kindnesses she so wll. Club. home. A bargain.
They plan to lit rid of the llngly extends every week to her ron TIIK WKKK
useless: articles at a sacrifice sale neighbor Mrs Celestlne Ruraslde TIll- CIJSVKLAXD SAMP. On Dec. 19 In the cafetorlum For information call at
and to add to their store of substantial who has been III for more than Club SONS were hosts to the Neonta of the Liberty City Elementary
articles that give their two years Mra. Durnslde former Guests on Wednesday erenlng. School: while standing In line for 2186 N.W. 7th Ave.
store a fine reputation. They ly Und on the corner of 11th st. at the party were: Mra. lunch, a Christmas mural done
check over their own profits and. and fourth aYe. .. It Is good Olodlne D. C. Ford of Washington with colors no deftly blended ""
C. "
Ira..
I losses, their: new business con* news to old friends to know that Lillian Dalllou. liar.! caught my eye. I asked the \
sections, and map out a cam. Mrs. Howard Wllllama (Annie SJf? J.ft'Curdy James Atty. William'' teacher standing with a group of oot'a=
pain for running their business. Williams) a former teacher U Drown Monroe. James children who had done the
es the following Tear. Improving steadily Our best Marsha Golden Knowles. Miss work The pupils, three bon
And that Is precisely what wishes go to Mr. W. F. Carna. Gresham Ann Arnold William were members of her elasa. Wedeveloped
Ira
ham for a speedy Oueholts. Mr. and quite an Interesting
recorery.
every one of us ought to do In Mot Ererette Drown
our own personal live At the .or the life of me 1 can't re. I Carpenter. and Joe conversation about the boys
call the which was meet reve'1lnc II..
end of the year we ought to turn persons to whom 1
promised to send Information fore we ended the talks 1 asked '
a brilliant searchlight upon our on After a round of general good a
the removal of facial hairs. I that she send me a thonvM fnsthe
Inner selves and see what Is on am fun and singing president Mil
taking this opportunity to teal died week for the ne,t edition,
the shelves. What has aeeumu I Monroe Introduced the fol
you, and you and you with hope The following came In the mall
fated on those shelves during lowing club members: Meidame*
that the Interested Tuesday morning 1*. 27'Then
persons finally Ann
this past year? Do you see a Mndsey. Mary Knowles.
large supply of cobwebby latlne get the desired. Information.So Otell Joseph Alma Brown .:"... prayer* are for.a few Lord.A things. I have
of fat. or greed or of moldy here It Is Paul K Moore, lyn HOCKS Evans. the Mrs. Flu few
whose office Is at 1S4S 8W lit small things Your gracea.one
green Jealousy* Toss them onthe Jlyn Itmwn and Lou Bell, and
"marked down slightly II.M" st. Is an accredited electrologist Mrs T Z lluchollt The can give;
can help' you with such prob strength to leave unsaid thlltNII..r
and
bargain counter look
,terns. His phone number Is FR Honored guests of the evenIng word;
further on shelves for the
your were the Sampsons' son The tower to the
3.2741 say kind
At this goes to preM one
fine substantial things that are Gamma Zeta William Gresham and theirgreat and forgive
Omega
Chapter of
the backbone of character You AKA Is putting the final toucheson grandmother. Mr*. Mamie AU that is said or done by
will very likely find your stockof their annual "Teen Age Hawkins of Jacksonville, who Is thoughtless men

and Energy. Patience Friendliness Breakfast n.n." for the youngset ?2 years young.IN Itllndrd a little by envy htteThe
other One goods low In
This affair Is being' held this -- -- courage to go on and try
which case you had better sit
MBMOUIAM
year In the cafetorlum of : William Jot* again
down and think about replenish. Holmes Elementary "tchool. Mrs dan Fannie Jan 2, ItSl; Ev.eretle When hopes have failed

lag them. Earl Mliell (Ruby t Is Dr*.ldent_ Lucene Butler Jan. 2. The patlenre. IAIrd to wait
Have you added any good fur of the :local chapter; u j,I 19CO funeral held on this day). The wisdom to see clearly and to
allure or lovely ornaments to cling to simple truth I
the queer structure that Is your Miss Mabel Wright sister oMrs t JOl'ItNkl"N KMVe sateen 4 Though fame and glory dim. CLYDE KILLENSand
mind, or did you let It get musty Dorothy Edwards Is here sympathy to the faiullle of The faith to make a dff'.m.
and dilapidated Did you look at I for a holiday fling with rela.lives Thomas MclntMh. ClereUnd living thing; his
life In a tolerant way or did your I In Jacksonville. Ml.sis It 0"., Maria Owls and Vera D. The worthiness of heart to fol.
mind snap down bard on only Wrltht a teacher at iUf'bard. Sinnans. Find solace In knowing low lime
one angle of the question like a i I... Drown Elementary 8chooJ they are not dead They bare A gent.enesa: of soul. a spirit Fiesta ClubProudly
rusty mousetrap. And this Is The popular Clarence now.' but parsed beyond the mists that tneek.The .
Important did you strengthen Harris' wife la visiting her child blind us here Into the new and nobler life. These are the
ties of affection with old friends, ,.,n. )lr. and Ira Isaac Meara. larger life of that ...r.nftIpb. things I seek" Present
and did you make any warm new Mr Shan Is the principal of .,.. Thanks to the Ute Vera lluyd I
friends this ,.arf Olre yourselfa Tucker Elementary School firmans. May she rest In peace TilE FIVE ,
thorough scrutiny at the end Tb. Leo Alberts' holiday was \VKI IMJ .*RHhrotary /beet" .
of the year, and then lay you made more de.lghtfnl because !Ian to Mr and Mrs E. Rubin IIA I"'Y NEW YEAR' May the
pJans for next year. their household rang with the doff Jones < Hub and Jimmy.Jones ranting' year bring to you an MILLER2STERS! j
cheerful .. Dec 25. 1131 Pairs lot of
voices of the children of ; Mr and happiness and cheer ._ ,
.'.:.......... Mr. ami Mr*. Judge Dr and Mra Washington who
Cleveland of Cordeal. Ga. .were recent holiday honeymoon *lsl daughter: of the Alberts. Is the GRAND OPENING

tors In our fair city Mr C;.... former Jacquejyn. Edwards who #
landan accomplished pianist and was born bred and reared In CECIL'S DRY CLEANING T 47

Instructor of music at Claflln these parts Top ranking .
College and the former Miss senior ..tud..nt.'aD Robinson AND LAUNDRY
Dorothy Johnaon, C'arke College at Meharry Medical College I.
senior student were married lust here to visit his father who Is
Custom Tailoring and Alterations
before the holiday season They 111. Vann Is a former student of

were guests at Sir John Hotel irTW and Te...*.... Wale Ills SPECIAL ON SHIRTS
Their aunt Mra. Estaile Cun.nlngham wife the former Ann Harris. did "
Invited them to dinneroa not make the trip with bin i

many times and their cousins which brought a sad note to her I 2239 N.W. 62nd Street
the James Halls escorted themto aunt Mrs Cantrell )Moon who
places of Interest and gave a found solace In knowing that all '730..... to $:>so |....
party for them. Tuesday eveningthe was wen with her In snowy Tennessee r lC,4'w
C'.evelanda left by train for How children grow

their respective posts of duty up' I caught glimpses! f Robert -
cele. III. Rob.rt J ...
When the ELK IIBPOEWI Reed. Samuel Stewart
bated National Memorial Day Young. Carmen Marks. Caro-
here, former Miami school 'ya Ann Johnson Charles Low
teacher Rosa D Coffee was seen rie Carolyn Ilennett and her
riding In the parade occupying house guest Mrs Lucille UNIFORMSSPECIAL
her pare of national importancethat Golden and Mra. Edna W Till 1

of Grand Financial Secretary few away from the snow Stars of the movie 'Kockin'
of the Northern Ohio DIs and Ice Christmas Day to enjoy
Inn Council This post has been a bit of the Magic CIt,'. Sunshine DISCOUNTS TO The Blues", introducing the

held by Miu Coffee for a number They were met at the In.ternatlonal new Pony Dance

of years Local Daughters rolled Airport by relatives.Mr CHURCHES & GROUP ORDERSWe Friday Saturday Sunday
,
out the red carpet for their and Mrs Edwin Rogers ,
Hl..!r!<"ii member In TUtin| : Tuesday mornlnc found them la January 67-8
the schools and other tOmmaD- Nassau for an Island !hopping' 3 ilea only
fly agencies Miss Coffee was vacation Mrs Rogers went along carry the largest selection on long and short First time in Miami
In of the with them They will return to
high praise progress
mad. In the last decade Phi New York atc.r. New Year's sleeve uniforms in MiamL Our representatives will Plus a new singing star

Delta Kappa Sorority's Dance, celebration h.re.
from the Islands
brought out a number of visitors t'nlqu.fD the family life of come to your church-No obligations.
and locals too. It was my good the J D Dunns was the first Silvia [enamors
i -y---. singing her latest recording
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them one boy has I Rep. J. Griffin of the
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MIAMI Fl6itjbA bragon has thrown In the sponge. because
MIAMI TIMES killed and hundreds In- of Appropriations Committee
been
He he sees no way to stop
says Florida could
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1960 ping IDtf ntlon. The best thing Dade County hare been Injured. says million dollars every save two .4r.
to do Is to accept It lie Is quit. It students bought their )oVn
ting because he cannot go out Migrant workers get quite a books.
side the law to maintain It break. The U. S. Department of
State Supt of
JUST BROWSIN'By to Labor farm on Wednesday workers In placed South agrees. He said there Schools Is no war dl.
going
I Jut when are we 31,000 to In the world to force
stop hearing about getting rid Florida under a guaranteed wage gents
to buy books for their
of o u r Metro. Manager, J. O. plan In Dade workers will re. "We willing children
PAUL R. HENRY ---- are to spend baa'dreds
75 cents an hour.
Campbell Some folk are even celve CO to of thousands
of
naming likely successors; among Piece rates are for: tomatoes 10 dollars for
educational :
them former City Manager and, cents a basket; pole beans, BO te'.erlslon. teaching
Tht will be the last column ful that we hare a real fine opportunity machines and other
Sheriff Tom basket and limes 25 centsa modern
believe It or not. cents a
you will read written by Your to torn over a new leaf teachers aids all of which
f browser In 19CO. Yes 'the old In our llfebook. and forgetting Kelly. box. __ good and then question eir0 are
year is coming to a dose, and our failure, aim to correct and Mr. Campbell has already ; Jlture of public funds for the
we are all thinking In terms of not repeat them? This will be stated that he will not resign. City Manager Melvin Reese basic tools of learning -- the
the New Year. On thing la cer.I our aim daring the coming year. With tome new commissioners In will act on the recommendationof text books.- To which Your
tale we can't change anything I How about yours? 19SI some folk think be might the Chit Service Board that j Browser says: Amen.Don't .
that happened last year. Not Now to one and all Your be ousted. The salary for this of. I Patrolman Percy Role: be ius. -
even an unkind word spoken browser wishes a Happy and flee Is 145,000 a year. pended for 45 days without pay
about our friends or acqaaln.tanre Prosperous New Year. i because he hit George Truman on Fret Fight!
*. We can be sorry It we Metro Police want go-carts off the head after George had al- Join The
are guilty but la It not wonder AMEN Ku Klux Klan Grand the streets. They are a menace ledgedly beaten his brother. NAACP



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eenriere at our ter change without his permis THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI FLORIDA
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By PAUL HENRY enjoyed.of At Christmas usual there Music, were Car.aplenty The hearing. will take place on I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1960 PAGE 9
oiling and plays, brightening Tuesday.DeleveauxSeymour
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16" " " '" the season.

Recently pared 15th are., .
from NW C2nd st. to 71st it has Now comes the Feast of the
quite anew look with Its pretty Circumcision, also called M
street lights. In addition to these New Tear's Day It's Sunday WeddingMrs. .......",.,
the business places on the are. night this year, bat as usual
nue had the Florida Power and look for crowded churches. Most Louise lira'T>it Deed
Seymour and Aus.
Light Co. to Install multi-eolor.Pd churchfolk wTI not miss bring tin Delereani were Joined In fee sWW. ,sf
lights for the Christmas hot.Idays. !. lug the New Year In In church. matrimony ,
Saturday
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for nual them event is as concerned.tar as church going T)e attendants were) Mr. and Mrs, ""St.rsr-sa,,.,..,.,,,.,,,**.****. CMILDftlMl
C. A. Falnlayson at whose home III. '"l w.luet.mMtl5CAQURR1Um u...r. rr..
the
Christmas decoration, wedding was held: Mrs. C. .
lights Commissioner John UcLeod, Thompson, sister of the .... Half Pete.Pn.e .
etc., at homes and business bride
places filed a suit
come in for congratulations.They Wednesday. UcLeod against Metro on and Cartel McDonald. The rr. .s BM 1.4t1
claims themml..loDera moray was performed by the ReT.
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Miss Lit Davis and Tommy
MIAMI 55, FLORIDA
Jackson, both of West Holly
wood were married on Christmas
'Day at 4 p.m. at the homeof

THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. the Arthur bridegroom Jackson(21S brother SW 15th of SAY GOODBYE TO

I at The Rev. Isaiah Clark per.
L. A. Thompson, pastor
PAGE 10 SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1960 SHORT HAIR
Sunday School I:JO formed the ceremony.
Morning worship 11:00 Mr*. Jackson i* the daughterof
UTU 5:80 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis.

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Evening worship 7:00
The CWH Chamber of Commerce
C89S N.W. 14th Are. George Savitt, publicity chair Mr*. Pearl Ward was hostess meet Monday, night All
Rev W. F Savoy; pastor man for the Greater Miami A* at a Christmas party at her home members are asked to be present
Sunday School 1:10 oclatlon for the United Nations Monday afternoon when abe en.
Morning Sunee 11:00 and the Miami Tlmse 1'hll Osso tertalned officers and members done 1-In!" Rev.
"You've
Youth Fellowship . c-00 fir will speak at the Center of the Junior Red Circle. The and Mr*. E. J. Clark wish to
Evening Service . . 7JO 137 NW llth are., g p.m. Sunday young people had an enjoyable thank the officers and membersof
Wed Night Study . 1:15 Jan 1 His subject will be: time.Watch Central Baptist Church and
"A New Year And a New Era." Night services begin at
for all the lovelygifts
-Enter Into Hit fate with Everyone Js lnvitd to attend I o'clock, with Deacon 8. G their friend dur
them
thanksrlvlnr. and Into HU Phone Miss Solomon secretary Ferguson conducting the devo, brought and sent all.
courts with praise!" FR 5420 for further Informa. tlon. Ing Christina Thank you
tlon. It 1* nice to be Important but It
First Sunday services will be
At the threshold of a new yearwe usual la more Important to be nice
as The Lord' Supper will
at Orre Presbyterian offer SPIRITUAL BAPTIST be administered both morning God bless you STOPTWNNfNG
three opportunities for worship and evening. This will also be
two weekend Our Watehnlght 10250 s.W ICth St. Registration Day. Bowe'a Barber Shop and Elea
Communion Service will be at Terrine Florida nor' Salon of Beauty wish each HAN
11 p.m. Saturday All church I Rer Ernest Hutcheson Jr. pastor Interndenomlnatlonal Monday evening S o'clock Choir, Un the. and everyone a Happy and Pro*.
members should: be present e* porous New Year
perlally" at the New Year's Da. We will observe our annual ion. Rev Allan Ferguson, presl. ITCHING SCALP
Communion Service on Sunday Watch Night enrlca Saturday dent will bold its monthly pro.
morning The Sunday erentnterrIre night beginning at 1:45.: An ap gram at Temple. The No. 2 choir DANDRUFF
opens another avenue for propriate sermon will be dellvered tiro Chart Ambrose director
those who might find the way la by the pastor Mrs. Miriam Hepburn, president, Men and Women

Christ In our fellowship.The On Sunday morning being the will be the boat
IN JUST 7 DAYS
first Sunday in the month, the The pastor thank the many Train for Civil
sermon themes for thes Lord's Supper wl.l be admlnls.tered members and friend who "re
three occasions" respectively Sunday night the pastor membered" him during the holiday Service Positions WITH
will be: ")Ian'. Dream and God's will deliver his annual New *, and wishes for them a Hap.
Promise" 'This Year In Chris Year'am.....,.. py and Prosperous New Year. I GRAMMAR SCHOOL "MdveLtouch.KURASOL.
tlan fellowship." and "Laws In The pastor, officers and mem. EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT

Stone." ber wish to citend to one and MT. AARON BAPTIST

Wednesday evening this com all. A very Happy and Success 140 N.W. ItOi Aso.Rev. SEND NAME ADDRESS Satisfaction Guaranteed,
tug year will be reserved as fill New Year. May, God bless C. W. Scott pastor PHONE NUMBER
Adult Study NlEht During the yoo. Dea. Earl Golden, clerk P.O. Box 4712 SoW b Most h('" sad busts
four Wednesdays of January, be. Sunday School __.. tit shops, If sot tvsilibh.. Is past bcsftf
ginning: at 1:15: .m. we will FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST Morning Worship ....,.-?_.? H:
study the meaning of evangelism; BTU I atw SABROSOl.'BORATORIES'

using the XIIU and Presbyterian SU.Hsv.Ruby W. Lee E.. Rims Carr, pallor reporter t Evening Worship 1OU: Box 6115.StL B, Irai, f1L
resource materials as our guide Proper meeting Tuesday fcOO
Sunday School ...". .... 1:30
BETHEL BAPTIST Morning worship ......,.,", 11:00 MT. ZION A. M. E. MIAMI TIMES ADS
NEW Evening service -, ,,, f:00
1171 N. W. nth Terrace DTU . . . . 5:30: 22nd Ave, Corner S2sd St. DONT.COST THEY PAY JOIN THE NAACP!
tn. Eral Williams, paster Our Watch Night service will Opa Lode .
Fred Williams, reporter begin at 3:30: ,.ID. Saturday Rev C. J. Jenkins pastor

Sunday School . . >:JO until midnight Come worship Sunday School ".."........,, lie
Morning worship . 11:00 with us and hear some good Morning Worship ".."......,. 11:60Uafue : MODERN APARTMENTS
preaching. Start the New Year ________ 10
The New Year's Eve service right Come to church and have evening Warship ......-._ ':Of'' .
will begin at 10 o'clock and the your faith lifted. _. 4 Large, cheerful and airy bedroom apt. with stove
music will be rendered by the 'Y-Jewels' Spread

No. 1 and No. 2 choirs. Trinity CME and refrigerator. V& block to shopping, buses stop at

Rev. and Mrs Ernest Williams Christmas Cheer"It
take this time to thank the many Church Moves to door. $15 to $18 per week

members for the lovely gifts New Location Is more bussed to gtv"
that they received for Christ ma*. than receive" salth the Lord. .
The Trinity CME. Church for The Y.JewelBM of Murrell
Member still on sick list are many years a motivator of Branch YWCA have done Just
MAGNOLIA GARDEN APTS.
Pro. Butler.: Sis Jones and Sis. Christian Character In the down. that On Christmas Day |2( was
Woods!de.After town area from the focal pointof presented J C Fullmre, ad
the service on New Year's 5th court and 20th .t., has mlnlrtrator of Christian Memo 14255 NW 22nd Ave. Opa Locka
morning there will be coffeeand purchased a new edifice com. Hal Hospital to be used where It
donuts served to all who at. pJele., from top to bottom with Is mOlt needed In the hospital MU 8-9092
tend the serrtca. the last word In Liturgical From there the 'Y-Jewels"

structure. This building not only Journeyed further la the com' ..
Church of The Open Door' symbolizes the type of modern munlty and presented a needy
leadership and concerted fellow family with an additional $25 la
Coafreffatlooal ship of this congregation, but at order that the family might havea
II... H. C. McDowell, pastorA.
the same time the very location merrier Christmas than
1:. UcNeal. reporter with the elimination of another had anticipated they

Sunday. Jan.1 will be a significant of the building crown this effort The ,..J...1. wish to thank all $2.00 SAVE $2.00
day in the life of the barrier In this great land ol who supported their Christmas
Church of The Open Door. Initial freedom for all people.. The Cantata featuring the Hooker T
services will be held on Its CME Church on a national and Washington High school chorus I am worth $2.00, when presented to our Service

own property. 8th ave and COth local level always ha* and dons with Mrs Leila Roberts Wll Man, on completion of repairs on any Radio TV
!o Cist streets The minister will now continue to break the Ice olIndefference (Hams directing
preach an appropriate sermon, toward change and All proceeds will go toward Record Player, or any make Auto Radio.
new members will be fellow* up.lft: We have been pioneers In the new YWCA building fund You may call us or bring your set in any day of the

shipped and Holy Communion the area of Interracial worshipand Hatch for the ground breaking week, or Sundays, between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. for on-
will: be observed. good relationships since our ceremony the-apot service.
All member and friends will very conception.The .
want to share In this historic new edifice Is the culmination We have a Free Self-Service Tube Checker for your
occasion at 11 a.m. of the bard work our minister SEE THE WORLD'S convenience.We .

the Rev. Wesley. V Gearyhas GREAT
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST led us Into during the past SPIRITUAL are located at 2537 S.W. 8th Street

year and a half he has been withus. LEADER "On The Trail"
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastorPhyllis
The entire membership has
AND
Myers, reporter PHYCHIC READER
rallied behind this man
Sunday School . . ISO young
and helped Trinity to maintain its
Morning Service . . 11:00 rlghtfu 1 place center of re. BISHOP HUNTERIf Beacon Drive In TVHI
DTU . . . . 6:SO llglous devotion a in the Greater
Evening Service . . 7:00 Miami are. yes are atear. vreer. ... eel

Sunday morning Rev. Stephens A* of Sunday, January 1. Trln. 'aU.. see roe ***** Offtee tees 87331OUR
delivered the morning message Ity Church will worship at t h e ally 1 paw. U. t PJ-. n.'q
which "A Christmas corner of NW Sth ave. and 4th 1 BOW. U t i.as. Saatfay 11 ....
was HOME SERVICE
S CHARGE
Thought" taken from Matthew, st. Sunday School at .:30 am. paw.READINGS
7211. to 10:45, morning worship 11 ONLY $2.95
a.m. to 12.20 p.m. and vtnlng ,
Sunday night Rev. Chalk rendered worship 7 p-m to I p.m. _
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Our pastor la very III at Mt., OCR GUARANTEE
SJnal Hospital. We are hoping! CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
and praying that he will I'ffOnrtnf7 One yer on all pasta used and labor Unconditional day
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quickly and come home Christian Science Society, NW ruarsatee oo the rest" of art ec*|* picture tube when act' Is

&Mh1n because we miss him very Miami, hold its service every wlsTHOLLYWOOD I'f'P"InId d for trouble other than tubes.
11111& Sunday at 11 a.m. Hooter T. .
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Practical Nursing THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA

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ien C. ilL Re"TTIIB. Adam ANDREWS Clayton 13 BELLE GLADE- a nationwide Practical Nursing program Education offered to Is i NAACP Counters Effort to

at Beulah prepare adults to become com.
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;hurch of Tamp two jean MEN BUILT and
nursing team.
he said among others !
The program of Practical Nura. Jail Father GibsonNAACP

10 reason why torn whites $145,000 CORP. Ing Education offered at North.
western Senior High School Js
k to Integration It theirof
[ Intermarriage. Aa pastor Almost seven Jean ago thirteen accredited by the Florida State lawyers are this week Jr. was one of the plaintiffs.The .
Unrest Protestant church men of Belle Glade age Board of Nursing and the Florida petitioning for rehearing of the militant minister refused
ie world I marry hundreds cremated and discussed ways to State Department of Education.The alt-month Jal term and $1.100 to reveal names of NAACP mem-
>aples. but only a few are eliminate the mandatory borrow next class will open In fine of Father Theodore R. Gibson beta at the November It, It It
The Negro' man enjoys Inc of money at a 25 per cent la. February Applicants are being president of the local hearing of the committee.
|moat b'ewed position of any truest rate. These few men decided accepted now. Those InterestedIn branch. He cited the ant.NAACP ell.
In the world because hea to start a wrings club among the program should report toNorth..ttna They are seeking In the alternative mate In the state and added that
choice from Inky black toy themselves pledging tea dollars for an Interview.Interviews a stay of the sentence, NAACP members would be ex.
white." aa a starter, with the promise to are held Thursdayand pending a r.1.of the case by posed to endless threats intlml.datlon .
save at least tea dollars each Friday from 1 to 3:30 p.m. the U. S Supreme Court. and Actual >physical 110-
was therefore surprised and month. The Florida Supreme Court knee In parta of the state.
ked to read that nt''. Pow this week upheld a lower court Father Gibson pointed out to
I pastor of a Negro church They set up the fund so that torn riling penalizing the Episcopal. the committee that the NAACP
congressman of Harlem, has they could borrow money from It tan clergyman for refusing to testify ha* repeatedly passed anU-.
fried a white woman. with an )Interest rate of I percent. @A from the NAACP membership communist resolutions at its national .
:>me may say that marriage At the end of a year the list contentions,
personal thing between a men found themselves with |3,. Such action would expos In He added that J. Edgar HOOTer
and a woman and It leI 000 la savings and loans. dividual Negroes to the wrath of In his book "Mu! n of De.
firmly I bellere that men Elated with the prosperity of Florida authorities and others. Nit credited the NAA P' with
uld marry within their own the fund, the men Invited their The name are being l soughtby luccessfally resisting com man*
and most often within their wives to join them. Each lady the Florida Legislature Investigating Ut Infiltration.
religions faith. put flye dollars every month In. Committee, which start
seems thit a limited few to the fund and at the end of the TtVeUYn9sVsMI ed out four years ago to "seek However, this did not satisfythe
xroes. when they become second year, the couples were out communist Infiltration In committee.
sperous and newsworthy for. worth $5.000. the NAACP's state organization NAACP General Counsel Rob.
.
their race and act like Ne 1t here. ert L/Carter of New York who
women are not rood enough At the end of the evcona Doan SEE THE SOUTH'S To date, nothing has been un. la handling the ease alone with
[share the spotlight with them.saw tltul year, they sought to become earthed. O. E. Craves of this city said.
Incorporated. They recelv. LEADING COLORED Ironically the. Investigating that the Gibson litigation Is'of
Jack Johnson but once ed a charter which permitted committee came Into being soon utmost Importance to the civil
Jlfe. but I never had any re. them to buy and sell land, build PSYCHIC READER after the Miami NAACP, under rights struggle la the Sooth.The .
N oft for him because he mar- home, manage property, lead Father Gibson's leadership tiled effort of the Florida
Id several white women, and borrow money and for In. the state's first school Integra Legislative Investigating Com. i imltte. t
>ugh experts consider him the surance brokerate. tlon suit. Is the latest" Carter as. :
'atest defensive boier of all The Initial charter was set up Father Gibson's son, Theodore. sorted "In a calculated effort to t
.. I for a value of $25.000. but now create a psychological climate I
If dislike Sammy Davis Jr., hay Increased to $;5,006. Every In room lit.Applicants. that chokes NAACP activity. i
tented as he Is on the stage year each member receives a five w mud be citizens of "Southern strategists are seeking ,
Id screen, because he divorced 1 per cent dividend. This year ( the United States, at least 17 to Intimidate Net row*. This i
I Negro woman and married a Everglades Progressive T years of age and with at least new warfare Is more aophJstlcat. I
iMte. Inc.. aa they are caKed. sold th'l p I two years of high school edoca.tlon ed than the lyacher'a rope but I
I most $50.000 In sloe and or Its equivalent. Jost as deadly" Carter aald. i

[I used to think Walter White. an equal amount Invested In the _ __ ___ I
&>%n he served. secretary ofe aame. They also have ISO sharesof Let her year ef ex.erlen.e guide, !
NAACI', was the greatest class A stock and 600 sharesof and protect yew threunheut lift FRanklin 4-3269 '
*gro mllve. UNTIL, he quit his class D stock left. One bun aa a |lahthuse guide the ships It
egro wife and married a white dud of th... share must be sold a ........ Far suecee In business PR. JAMES Ft UNDSEY
[oman The NAACP waa wise In before the ant of the yesr. and leva. PODIATRIST
sting him on the sh.f.I .
This Incorporation which U CONSULT HER-
Foot and Disorder
Lee
believe Negro women are now registered with the Securl DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET ;

k"* ** .fins and nice and upp. ties Commission, Las started OUT NOW. BY THE HELP O' 9 ...... te I p.M. 4 i... U S p.M.
landing j any women beneath plans for a devtlepment of mode GOD tHE CAN HELP YOU.
[he stars and any black man no homes on a IS-acre site recent 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami Fla.Phen. .
patter how high he may rise. ly purchased at a cost of $50,000. Office Hours:
lould! feel honored to hare Members ot the Hoard of Directors ,
one
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t>t them aa his mate. Include: UI'..... Kerr 0 a.m.. 0 II' 4.4.11 1 1 \
Thu,.. 0 .. to
As for Rer. Powell w. bellvteMs president; Hayward Campbell, .n. "
church should declare the Sr.. rice president and chairman 7 ,.... OXfer 1-OM4 Ne. ra S V> 1 4 .. 7
pulpit vacant and set him aside, of the board: Mrs.. Louise E. Sunday:
kad the Negroes of Harlem Taylor, svcretsry.treasurer: : Mrs. .
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10
[Gould take him out of Confiress. Dclores r. Whit, assistant. sect *a.m. *..*.p.M..... DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS
rrtarv; )lack I. L. Davis business DAILY
Jr.'. been howling In Congress manager: Atty. .'. Ma'colm Cunnlntham. OPTO M LYRIST
Ad likes to attach an amend. letal adrlstr. READING
neat to House Bills on Educa. hackle L. Davis Dr. "'. O. .00 UP ANNOUNCES THI OPKNINQ Of Hit OFFICE
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Mon for Negro rights, but we aee orvllle, Eugene Lang 8r., Rich
[now that aU his howling hal arcS Jones Will!. L. Clark 5r.. 21 Years Experience Eva EXAMINED. CONTACT LENSES ,
'".n AO much hogwash and win. Mrs. Willis Mae Whlt, and Mrs.
low dressing. At heart he thinks Lucy Dames. MADAMHUNTER
thing of the progress of his 6823 N.W.* 15th Avenue Miami, Florida
[race, nor the quality of our wo I
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?nn.>a. share at least the not limelight enough to have withIn ON'T COST THEY PAY 1657 N.W. 73rd ST. I
MIAMI, FLA.
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our JUeI*meat bees no bet. Den't Write-Call In Pers..nNnu
Jtsr than Father Divine, the faker. RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
TODAY
| who married a white woman ALL OX V0421 Rectal Diseases Varicose Volaa .
and tried to mak the world be. *

litere *>. was a god. .. .._ --..--._ ... .... ._" .. Effective, painless, nen.surgtcal ffice treatment at law aeeVne -
I believe If the Negro race Is 1- leee time er Interne. Avoid mrfsry a4 h...JUI..t.... Way :
I cola g anywhere and achieve the .1
Ihflfhta wear truss Why suffer, delay anal get ....., ,
w% must exalt our wo.
jner sous, and treasure them as prec-' )fappy; fLeonard's CONSULTATION FREE 9 .

Jewel..a-nonda. Sentinel Special fitetflcatten, treatments, diets for arthrtti. newrltU, Ml.

C.,,, bleed pr..... ., Ainw*. nsmt"a, ist vtoer, at:rente dlssaeseef
|Attention All Vets
o l men and wemsn.DR.LONG'S.

The American Legion WU CLINIC e A General MMlt Service t
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| lIam henry Bethel Post No. lit
.. urging all 1S43 t.W. 1st t. FR t.<74. e REDUCING
veterans
to join us
Bakery
in Richmond Heights and Ufa I I -
make this a strong community
W. aN atlll working and having
our Saturday night affairs either FR 7-4245 I
1655 N.W. 3rd Avenue
In
the Center or at the home ef Edison Center Paint HcadquarteriWE
a L glonoB l:.. Also we are ask .

I::. ribs .&4 rerjes* to c a* WHERE ONLY THE BEST IS MADE ALSO CONTRACT
out to oar toarnament which PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMESLkenssd
wt.l I be each Friday night at .:.Oat and Insured

the home of Joseph Steward BAKED WITH BUTTER c.t.,. Mhed Free Free Estimation and Ceneultatlen ;
post commander 141 CO Ftlmore
si Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. :

For farther Information eonS Danish Pastries Time payment plan a.anabl.-Phone PL 0-3231 1e i

tact Joseph Stewart Edward I
Hanna Jr.. or Murray James Jr.. t
chairman of publicity, INDF Birthday Cakes t.

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BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOW
Assorted Cookies
1---1 NEED MONEY [1

FOR THE At $50 Per Space t J

t HOLIDAYS? Wedding Cakes ,1I

There Are no Lob Cheaper In
$3 6 to $600

Wo are the only Nefro-owned bakery operated Southern Florida
Call PL 8-3653
-- In all South Florid EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK

IDEAL LOAN
Baked fresh every day in our store D31 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4-8242 '

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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA Mr*. Rotanaa Smith Jackson John Haywood "f II** NW and countless trend nephews,
of Brooklyn, died In that city on 45th It., died Dec. 22. The body nieces and cousin
PACE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1960 Dec. 16. Mrs. Jackson formerly was shipped to Clearwater for Service were held Thursday,
lived In Miami before moving to final rite A wife and daughter Dec. 29 from Kelly ChapoLIN

Brooklyn. Services were held of Clearwater surrlrors.
Dee. 22 at Ebeneser Methodist MEMORIAMIn
I Church Rer. A. D. Hall officiating. Mrs. Ruth Mortimer of 427
CARDSMEMORIALSIN Survivors: a husband, 8W 1000 died Dec. 24 In Dade sad but loving memory of
Charlie: motber, Mrs. Lillian County Hospital. The body will my dear father,
..........__ Smith Blackshear; tour sister, a be shipped to Lemont, Fla. for DEACON CHARLIE EVANS
brother final rites. Survivors are a has who departed this life Dec. 20,
MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn band and f.ther.Herbert 19S9.

Eddie Lee Smith of 524 NW His life Is a beautiful memory -
wd but loving memory sad but loving memory of 9th at., died Dec. 1C In Jackson Wells Dies His absence I* a silent grief
our husband, father and our dear husband and son, Memorial Hospital. Services were lie sleeps In God's lovely gardenIn
,
Hi, father MR. HARRY WALKERwho held Dec. 24 10 a.m. .In the chap sunshine and In perfect: peace.
-- ---..- departed this life December el. Bur hors: his grandmother, In Sleep Sadly missed by: .
,," 31. 1959. Mrs Lillie .. Rosa Me Johnson, daughter ,
Damn and other re: _.... ..
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: at your empty chair Herbert Wells, JUt :'W C4th # .
: '.. r Remembering aU the happy .1., died Dec. 24 In Jackson Hos A. In sad but loving memory of
moments we share our dear mother and grandmother .
I pital. Services will be held Dee. 4
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I G '' r rr When you were here.
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29 at Kelly's Chapel with ReT
.. Loving thoughts will always .
L. Dell
()rrlclaUn Survivors area : --
,' linger daughter Mrs.. Birdlnla Ledon, I II .
; You are still our guiding: light
i May He all be reunited when we three sisters Mrs. Ethel Wells
Mr*. Rebecca Tainquest of Nas.
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each the
cross bar
Ni .r Ban, and Mrs.. Lillian Ritchie of
Your losing wife Nassau and four grandchildren.
Mrs. Alma Walker

Airs. Vlo'a Sampson, mother Lonnie Hayes of 125ft NW
Mrs. Patricia Johnson, Dght.Miss t
15th st. died at his home on
J, Dlht.I .
Aura Walker will be shipped 1
Dec. 22. The body
/ A:3C Alvin 8. Walker, son r'P
I to Tallahassee Dee. 20 for
Johnnie E. "Walker son
rI final rites. Survivors: his wife
I Stanley W Walker, son
Saddle.Mae a sister Mrs. Ruby
,i ; .
Francis Ruaiull sister
R. McKenny of Tallahassee; 10
i. 00'V" nieces 12 nephews; I sitters-ln-
f
law five brothers In'law

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VANDEIU1ILT WRIGHT SXL Manker .
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who departed this life on '
cember :1, 1957.There' .. I Herbert A. We'IaaUn of
Gedson Butler Jr., of 15955
the Bahama Island, and a (0 s
At the* end an open of tbo fate road NW 22nd court, died' Dec, 12, year resident of )Miami died
graveside burial was held' Dec i quietly la his. sleep In Jackson
Through which each mud
g9alono Clereland Holla of 2301 NW
15, 2 p.m. Survivors are :Mr. and Memorial Hospital December 24. ,
67th St., was DOA at Jackson
Mrs. Godson Butler Sr. and four
Mr. Wells was considered aplon..r
And hors ii a, light y.'cannot Memorial Hospital, Dee 25. Ar --, --
brother
*.. of :Miami and helped to
rangements are Incomplete. Sur. MRS, I..tt.\ MARSHALL
bring about of the earlyderetopments .
Our Father claims Ma many
urn TiTan Include his mother, Mrs. which hire made' who departed: this life December
Beyond the gate our loved Alice Ilolle. wife Mrs. Venus Mrs. :Marion Dorsey of COS NW Miami what it Is today lie was 25 (Christmas), 195.. .
llnd happiness and rest Rolle; four daughters Mrs. Ger. 9th It., died Dee. IS In Jackson worked Gone but not forgoitea. .
the first Negro hired and
And there U comfort In the nldlno Donaldson, )lr.. Edrice Hospital. The body was shipped for 12 years aa a Fireman for "What though in lonely grief we.
WourhtTbat Jenkins, Mrs. Ernestine Johnson to Florence, 3. C. for final rites. sigh.
the Florida East Coast Railroad
a lovlnc Ood know
beat* and Miss Dorothy Rolle; twocom Survivors are a husband three until his retirement In 1947. For you dear one no longer nigh.
The Wright PawHy Elhanlan and Thomas and children mother and father
a During this time he also built Submissive still we would reply.
.. other rtlathrcs. two sisters and a brother. and operated a drug and grocery God's will be done."

NEW MT, ZION' BAPTltn. n business, which still bears his ,Mra. Lila I'hillla': daughter
Baby DOT IAn son of 8olom w M, Mason, pastor Mr. and Mrs. Willie Langston, COth st, died Dec 20 at 5925 17th st today. John E. )Marshall son
Rose and Mary Winter, died In Jackson Hospital Dec 17. NW 12th are. Services were held Miss Deloiia Marshall

Sunday School ... ...._.,.... : Graveside serriccs were held In Corinth Baptist Church Rev, III. wife, Mamie, died In 194S.He I granddaughterMrs.
Mornlnfworship/ w ...... : nee.O In Lincoln Memorial Thomas officiating Dec. 24, at Is survived by a daughter Naomi McKennon, .
BTU : Cemetery. Several sisters and 1 p.m. A mother and grandmother three ,atstera, a niece, two'I' granddaughter
EYen1n& worship '; brother sarrlre. sun-Ire. nephews, four grandchildren Joe L. Marshall Jr., grandson
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DEATHS THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA

Senior I I SATURDAY DECEMBER 31, 1960 PAGE 13

The body of Leon WHltaghani:
of 192C NW 2nd court who died
Dee. 23 In a local hospital was nrTtred by his widow Augusta rlcea wens held from the chapel
shipped to Caml'la. Oa. for final two sons, Darld and Carton Jr.. Thursday. Burial was In Lincoln
rlt.... He Is survived bj his wife two daughter*. Mesdames Merlatn Cemetery
Josie: mother three sUters. and Rutherford and Ann Hanshaw. a
two brothers. step daughter. Mr*. Lois Otltor Haby girl Green daughter of
and three, brother. Lab D. Ant- Mr. and )Ira.. Willie Green of
The body of George Lomax of I tin and n.,.. Adam Rutherford. 1231 NW 61th ter,.. was still
Hollywood, who died Dec 23 was born In Magnolia Hospital Dee.
shipped to Phoenix City Ala He Will Regius, a former employ 24. Durial was In Lincoln.
.' .. I Is aurrlred by his mother Hattie of the City of Miami, died Dee.
I three brothers. 27 at the home of his daughter, Mra. need Slrmea. died
CHILD CARE It you lire In Liberty City or I Mir,. Msttle Morgan Ml NW4th suddenly at her home on De. 22.
for DrowBSTtlfo area, we wui fix TV The body of Allen Haley of < st. Mr. Regius was a recent Serrlcea were held In Mt. Sinai
to twd
care schoolchildren
Woman on credit Free estimate. Pay 3250 NW 47th St.. who died Dec. resident of Miami. The body Is Baptist Church. Rer. 3. A.
from 4 to 11 .
: p.m. p.m. weekly. Call OX 1.1411. 2C will be shipped' to Dothan. now on view and will remain until Thomaa officiating. The body
home. 2325
Your' home, or my NW Ala., where final rites will be 7 p.m. this ere*Ing. Final was sent to ThomasrUle Ga for
tCSth!; St. Call WI 5-433 held. He la survived by his rite will be held Jan. 1 In Syl final rites. She la survived by her
ailED FOR RENT mother, Maude. "" .ter. Ca. He Is survived by his daughters Mewdamea Robbie
".UU:
daughters. Mendamet Mattle Roundtree and Cynthia Sampson
Working mothers here la your UNFURNISHED APT. and fur Serrlces for Hubert Dorsett of Morgan and Nettle Morgan, fire and three sisters and a brother.
chance. Will take care of your nJsbed! roan 1574 NW 11th St. Homestead!, were held Dec. 24 at grand children a brother Henry,
eh"d:::: while you "work. Terms OX 1.5820. S. A. rJwrn. Indf the chapel with the n.... C. Me- and a .lItf'r. Mrs. Matilda liar Mra. Adaw ', died In Jack
reasonable. Call..t 3311 NW Clary officiating. He Is survived rey. son Hovpltal on Dee.<< 25. She was
49th St. i LARGE 2.bdroom apt In small by his mother and father Zllpha a member of PL James AMB
-- building. Cheap rates, la Opt and Tommy. Church. Rer MeNeal Harris,
Interested? Locka. Call NE 4.0509 or OX Mrs. Little Taylor of tens pantor. Serrlce will b4t In 81.
15453. taU. Range NW 22nd (court died Dec 27 at James Dee. 31 at 1 p.m. She Is
Needed! Three.operators for Jarkton Honpltal. She was a na. survived by her husband Char.
three booths. Contact Mra Dion. 1 AND DEDROOM APTS. with Clayton Rutherford of 2540 tire of Parrot Oa. Ferrlree wIP lie and two sons Kenneth Horn
era Ritchie. sue SW 21st St. store and refrigerator. Ill NW 157th Ft Rd.. died Dec. 1C be held Jan. 2 at 2 p.m. In and Aisle Williams.:
Welt Hollywood, Ha OX 1-C341. or NA 1.C953 even up. In Hollywood. He had been a Greater Ilethet Raptlst Church
lags.UNFURNISHED. resident of the Miami area for 40 Cps Locke Rcr. W. K. Smith
HELP WANTED MALEMETROPOLITAN years coming here from Najwau officiating. She Is surrlred by IN MEMORIAMIn
Panamas. Services will be held her daughters Mesdames Ethel
block from 17th Duplex.are. and One bus Dec. 31 at 4 p.m. la )It. Hermoa Terry, Lola Carry and c.oanrad..11 loving memory of our dear
DADB line. See manager at 1110 NW AMB Church of Opt Locka. Rer. and a son Walter II. daughter and sister.CARNITTER .
COUNTY 60th st. Call PL 4-0517 OX S. L Cay officiating Rnrial will !J< or
APPLICANTS 1.C821. be la Lincoln Cemetery. Friends chapel from 1 p.m. Sunday. who departed this life January
NEEDS FOR may call at the chapel from 1 1. 1)53.
RBCRBATION LEADERAge UNFURNISHED P.m. Friday until 11 p.m. The Theresa<< New !month.otd Gone but not forgotten. May
apartment Nice body will be taken to the real daughter of Mrs. Julia Newsomeof she rest In peace.
20-45. Salary quiet place. C20C
1312. High NW 15th AreFR
Scbool graduate. One 19717 deace at 5 a.m. Saturday and will 122 NW 2nd Ft, died Dec Mrs, Hemo.da Roth mother
NE
or 4.111.
pcrienoe year ex. Indf. remain until fnaeral time. He is 2S at the home of a friend. Her. And Sisters
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2.HDDROOM HOUSE. CRS. Ilk IIItfJlilfJlil ___.no.._., ".,-., ".,.no.., "., __...____________ ----------------------
RECREATION CENTER per week. No children. 2272 NW 4 4.4.4.. .4.4.4.4..4..4'4.'i'i'4' '.. '.'." '.'.'4'.';.
DIRECTOR I i 58th St NB 4-1759 .
Age :"-41. Salary |3<2. Two
rears college with major In
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Tro reatldn years or experience.physical education. 1UPPJ.! ""l'Ultlm cent '


RECREATION CENTER FOR SALEYou prnnirrniU 13D1 tn all.Hu.prrfalhf. '
DIRECTOR II
Ago %$.U. Salary $391. Col. can't beat this
\fco\ degree with major In recre- .. II tlfr, staff
.tot* or physical education. Two :.* '. 1

',cars". experience one at super.ory rl rain anil' truanta of
level.
2 houses on one lot _

See detailed announcement and Down J n1rd GInllrrlintt ,."
suvti-uMoRs! of education for $1,00 ;;
experience at 2COO "'Nt Flakier
SI. when you .>>Ir. Office will Lire for nothing. Beautiful "gruen, 3nr.

evening.be open till S p.m. on Tuesday 3 bedrooms, CBS, plus 2
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bedroom Awnings. Both How rapidly time seems to fly. Before we missed the sound of one .,

HELP WANTED FEMALE furnished, near 7th Are. Happy New Year, the bells are again ringing in another year and we :.

METROPOLITAN have moved up he ladder of time one rung higher. We are a year older :...
n'DE and. should be much wiser if not wealthier and more determined to a t

COUNTY Visit t5 face the facts of life and press forward to higher goals. ,

NEEDS APPLICANTS FOR .. 1960 was certainly not one of our best years from an economic

RECREATION .LEADER TRIO REALTY point of view. Jobs were scarce, but Americana !in general have muchto :' ,

Ace 30-15. Salary U1%. High 801 N.W. 54th StreetPL ; be thankful for. No other country in the world has made provisionsto .
rbon' graduate. One rear ex* take care of the citizens aa the U.S.A. .,

: ,Tience.KBCRKATION. 9-S372 In spite of some misunderstanding a few disaster and other misgivings r

> CBNTBRDIRBCTOR e compared with many other sections of the world, we in America :. ,
I OX 6-1740. can count our blessings and be extremely grateful for what Cod :.
Age 254t. Sfkiry I3C2. Two p has done for us.
I IflOMESFOR I
rear* celfofe with major in rec.nstlon .
At home in Dada still having growing pains
or phr****! education. County wo era our AW
Two years u rl.Dee. gyp. but this is good for/lowly but surely it (is n sign of progre What P
need is efforts and lees selfish IndividualIsm
cooperative
flee taJUd a nao n cement and we really more "?
-it-ttltntletii of ediHsatloa for ex. SALE more working together for tho general good '
pencnee<< at 200 Went FJagler -.. Nothing is more important to us than good health, without it,

Street when you aj.''.y. Office Owner leaving town. Wants nothing'else matters much, hence, .proper food, housing and care of :.

day will ereing.HELP be open. till I p.m. on Tuts. quickIe, 3-bedroora, one @! ourselves and our surroundings. are all musts, and improvements arc in :w

bath furnished. More right order. .. AlP

WANTED-. in. FHA terms or make e!: '( Watch"for*the opening of Bonded Collection Agency's spaciousnew .

MANAGER* 'for apf. hooM. OX ofjer.( This won't J.at. Call at ..headquarters at 4150 NW 7th Ave., with many added facilities toe

1-6341. *. ..>. once. !; better' serve you. Bonded'a clients and tenants, another of Bonded'a

-HOME-for1'the llrijn or p efforts to help you live tetter. We did fairly well working together in .,
ajcd.
out. call NA 1..0U. PrclerJo 1f'. ACTION REALTY p 1960. We can, we must, and we will do better in 1961 if we observe a DIi

one that lire in Op Locks area. ..:..: Phone. TU 7.1536' few rules. First, we must aa parents, spend more time training our .._.
-._ 10if$1 children} in ths way tli.r. should go. Failure to do so is, in my opinion,
FOR SALEFOR This one won't last. Act : an'unforglveable ain. They are our responsibility, and they cannot rise

THAT DREAM HOME or quickly. Out of state owner __.. above training They will be whatever they are trained to be. Pleaselet .

that Florida r can. extra bedroom says sell at once. 2-bedroom us not fail them. Secondly, let ua strive with firm determination to .
or bath. Remodeling of screened porch, furnished t5 take better care of our homes and our surroundings (in general. Give .

for aaykfnd. call Homes NE 472 .completely.. Large home.' special attention to garbage and other refuse. Put it in its proper .
an needs all
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building
aMhionc your or remo<*ellnf can be $950 down, $75. month. place. See that it is not scattered all over everywhere. Wrap all garbage .,

done -with no money down up to This.is the.place, now U the ; Cp as much as possible, this will materially help to keep down bad .,
3 years pay. Licensed and In- time. Beat Homestead dead I r smell and disease carrying flies, rodents and other insecta. The children
Ai
.wrcd. tad line. .. can and will be of'great help if you train them to do so. Keep the inter- .'

1.01' C4 x 11 e. C8tl> 91 b.- Realty Now lor and exterior walls aa clean aa possible, the screens, window panes,
tw..n llth aivd 14th are. Call Call Action etc. Remember people make their homes and surroundings what theyare .,
OX 1.5SC1 or NE 33t9. TU 7.1536 .
_.. clean or filthy, good or bad.

CHOW PUPS S3* and UP. 51 5 S Be the proud* owner of this Let us as tenants do our part and then Insist that the Owners, is t

NW J2ed Are. Urge home. 3 bedroom Managers, the City, County and Metro do their duty. I am sure they :' .

bath Florida room. Well will, for they are anxious and concerned about the appearance of Dade .

landscaped lot. Fruit trees. County and the welfare of the citizens. Let us all sincerely work tot .

FOR RENT Flexible terms to meet your gether for the good of all, for by so doing we shall make 1961 a truly .

what dollar happy healthy and New Year.
FURNWHHD AIT. Tard. tea budget See your prosperous P
I oaaM Call OX 1.0170. can buy when you deal p Thank You Very Much BB

with Care! A. Lockhart 1
CLEAN. fBmthd room with I Director Public Relations Division
kllehen'and batb Call OX ACTION REALTY ..
1-4IC4. Bonded Collection Agency, Inc.
71536.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA you'll see this sign: "Calvert'a
I Holiday Greetings Reserve." One's a base the otheris

... PUN PHUNII One's for sinking, the
a cue.
SATURDAY 31
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other for drinking. Whatll you

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r Between The Lines THE CORNY oorutEfi I Home on

Have you heard of that new
--By GORDON HANCOCK fr ANP ---- I m. .. sleeping tablet call Pill-o1 You Your Lot

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-- L uLluuL don't swallow It you just

AMERICA lay your head on Itl }(kv axed
t ROYALTY A LA --I A Christmas tree will spruceup

your home. Personally. I
r Ate" days ago an American don't pine for one but 111 bet

writer wrote In facetious vein < most children won'd balsam';
and said that when Grace KeU;,'*i If they didn't have one. '. .

father, a mllllonarl* of Philadelphia
A dentist not
my good friend
was not folly satisfied I Dr, Hawkins hired an architect Cempltt Building' $srvloe
with social honor accorded hlidaughter
be bought her king.a .' to design an office building for' PLANNING
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kingdom and a prince to go him He specified that there
should I be windows In | e BUILDING
along with It, and sb* Is now no :
Princess of Monaco a dime-sited the building. The I"f'uon' He e FINANCING
kingdom. x was a panel.... dentist! Veer New Hems
of architect, I
And speaking
This writer farther observed
that Papa Kennedy became dls- there was once a prince who NoDewaPayzaeat l
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succeed the kingbecause
didn't want to
satlst'ed
with the attention be
i and his millions commanded fromI1Mtoa' To the officers and members he wanted to become an ;

blue-bloodi of the Back. remember the French Revolution of the OES and Masonic Family: architect. He wu so unhappy

Day persuasion, he bought his and Its causes. It was royalty In It wouldn't seem like Christ about It that the people. called Over Twenty v..,* *fCenctrvctlen I
r a mas If we didn't get In touch him the blue printc)
son presidency and the son In Russia that made current com.tnunlsm ExperienceGuaranteed
tarn appointed his brother a possible: after the Rus. and wish. the Season' happinessto Then there was the sad story
member of the presidential cabi lan Revolution. those we like so much. about the driver who crashed SattefactfeitPL '

net. 80. It seems that this Into a truck carrying window
conn and world is not conspicuousand
Is For unto us a child Is born lie suffered In. l L'JE1.JaQJ 7mv
try fast gJassea paae.fnl
dollar building Its royalty, a world Is not conspeclousconsumption unto us a son is given: And the ... { .
royalty If you pleas*. as Thornsteln Vet, shall be his
This writer government upon NW tSth st. a (!!] I@ro
has not made a ten was wont to say but a leadership shoulder; And his name shall be Driving along 1
s rret of his week 1 was forced to
concern over the that Is deeply' concerned called Wonderful. Counsellor. ago
way our money men are taking with the cause of pea pee and The Mighty God. The Everlasting swerve when a Dixie Broom Co. 1-9604
orer oar Important offices of with lifting rasjmes. truck cut in from a side street
Father. The Prince of Peace 868 N.E. 79th St.
1st* The Hsrrlmans We brushing. car. I
need' my
and the In this world a great Christmas Is eternal. From th neary
RorVfellers and now the Ken. leveling up as well as a levelIng thought he was trying to sweep M last'
words of the old prophet Isaiah
n*dr. are now In power and soon down. me off the street!
foretelling the Birth of the
win come the Fords and all When you cross the lath cave
the The of
perpetuation the
money Prince of Peace to the present
J'Ht with
millionaire millionaire Tying with ed classes In office' and ,leadership and to the future, the spirit of bridge while driving south yon Don't Fret Fight!
for
distinction will see this sign to the left
In the Is not
the answer to the Chrlstmaa Is with and
politics and policies of us always (below the b rid reNaval>> Re.serve" .
oar na questions the world .Is
tion. asking today will be. Join The NAACPNOW
Look to the right, and
The man from the ranks with We are thankful that words of
the. common touch This writer stood some years Isaiah and Luke and all the
ems badlyontdhtaneed
before the little balcony of
ago
the other men "
divinely inspiredby
In the .
race of pollflex.
the great Versailles' Palace YOU CAN BUYGmonths'
God have been
( We are beginning to passed downto
d.r If this Is a healthy sign.won.It where the hungry hundreds us so we can understand the auto liability insuranceFor
had ben nthered to Implore Louis VT for true meaning of Christmas.
hoped
that with the read for themselves and theirhungry
comln of Democracy oar nation Peace on earth goodwill to allmen only $16.60 Down At
and starring children.
wou'd be rid of the superfluous I do wish you all a Merry

tr trapping such a.of afflict a hereditary Europe royal unto I rested Queen the Marie hungry Antoinette people sag.cat Christmas Tear and a Happy New SERVICE MOT /INSURANCE AGENCY

this day grass. The angry multitudes re. Viola Hill. Grand Deputyof
membered her words and when Florida 3497 N.W.7th AYe. NE 5-6355

News accounts of recent she was beheaded at the nl11 And 16300 N.W. 27th AT. NA 4-6612

<*-t. mode mention of Prince* tine, they placed her head upon IP YOU CAW QUALIFY
Margaret's estate In Scotland a nol- and stuffed grass Into her MIAMI TIMES
ADS
eVn.M' mouth.I .
nr Of ,000 acre and No appointent
that the I Royalty has dangerous Implications neceuaryoCIa
print DON'T
was raising the i I COST THEY PAY office Hoe thm BaL .
rent AH her nat dontala.Onlr now as It has always had ores 9 aoa to 8 .....
I What we need Is a rovalty of CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
recently King
BeMora took unto Daudola himself of | character without which reroI -

br'd. and a I lotions are ever on the way -
and w prince from Spain, There Is some sense to honoringa
read 'Europe's
royalty man who struggle up In the
flsihtar jewelry worth millions world and make For The Finest Apartments
alt-nded br a small a million and at Moderate Rates-Call
of
rants, turned back army ser. nobody would deny him glory
history last
and honor and power.
wk
at King
Baudoln's gala But just whether his
"r*'." ding ball. rood-for-
nothing heirs should Inherit BONDED
Fe'dom sine by.gone days this glory and honor and powerIs
when royalty was supreme, bar I tlll another thing.It .
so many title and so much jew. .Is to look with diffidenceand

elry been gathered In one place great concern upon the

Fire kings, four queens, 41 American scene and see a dollar
prince and princesses 25 counts royalty In the maknlg. And com.munlim COLLECTION
And countevses and a dozen iceper sweep on In the meantime
tlt'ed blue bloods.
and who knows what the
"Beautifully gowned women end will be* Who pay royalty's
among the 1200 guests seemed bills

to1... with one another as to AGENCY
who could' put on the most dla Inc.

moods and emeralds and pearls" CIVIL SERVICE ,

Such are the ways of royalty
In Europe and when our dollar EXAMS ANNOUNCED

been royalty definitely In this. country established will, hare such FREQUENTLYJob The largest collection and rental a .

will be the ways of royalty here. aecurity can be yours
There Is something about royal by preparing now for corn- agency in the South; operating in
ty. except the royalty of char
*
actor that does not make sense in f Civil l Service Exam Dade and Broward Counties'

With millions of hungry and For information write ,

ragged and nnemplayed! people National Training Service t'
In the. world, the Implications of Negro Housing areas -
Greenwich
royalty become sickening as we Conn. F14 U L BROOKS, PreeideM

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POLICEMAN THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA


the Sports DEMOTEDA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1960 PAGE IB


Miami policeman<< wu redut-
ed In rank and suspended from'

World Over By LEO B. ARMBRISTER after the fore the for Civil 45 Service day Tuesday Board I Tuskegee Medics Discover

found him guilty of striking a
citizen on the head with hit poll
I Him riicinrcTioxroiTN n. years; then went on to stop the KVKXTH IX oon Green Hay Packers 17.13 for the Miracle Mouthwash
,
World Championship.There board recommended that
Welcoming In Percy nolle. 2191 niggs St., Co.

the Sf"W.Mr \r were many Individual teats accomplished and records from
soexething we a13do policeman<< fiat class to po
fell ll'.e ten pins behind a bowl. liceman.Testimoay.
with great ,n strike.Ml'Cil ii) .U.ICK .%. DL'NN1LS assistant director of profession
<< at the
hearing: was J Ial aerrlces for reach and duct*
antlcipa t I o nnew I I that Rolle hit George trice on Washington (AJfP) With tlon. Dr. Dookhardt the other
TOOTH.U.L I!( .%! y the head with the
hope and I.nOWIs nightstick after Ice and mow and .irnmui TIIRrorxrnr Cries aUegedly: struck RolU'a weather bad colds and
much expects com* < surgery aIh, VA hospital
bather
tfonn. Altho! each i I I 11H'r- throats but ont of sunny I
comas a word of cheer" I I" '
tomme Over 400.000 football fans will _
tear seems .
t .
for these ugly 111*
SUDtUlediwith celebrate>> the brand new year "'"I -'? .___
DTI. J W Giles and A U
Its own bu?It.In stretching across the ..fttlrflMuntl'J JJ
and pntid bench of ttart; wp will I of the Tukegce Veteran hospital : 1
: with TV viewers added.
be a most satisfied recipient If weare CHOICE BEDROOM have announced the discoveryof
an estimated one million will
gifted with a like portion of a nw mouthwash solution
have a look at some of the etas.
thrift thlt coming year at I960M CORNER APARTMENTSIn which It more effective than
Vest of football Jan. 2.
generously dtsptayrd In run. Finest Building penldlUn In killing: germs and
nine' the garnet of Its full calen The Orange bowl will give the
dar. local I.aa. real show with a ADULTS ONLY 1
The new product called chloro-
back the jrear'ievents.
Looking over strong' Missouri team to
eager
septic promises to (tire relief for
hare pleasant recollections
we avenge their defeat of last
year 5815 N.W,12th Ave. eight type of throat ailments
of our own Orange bowl by Georgia, but having, the
Including<< alryngltis. tonsillitis
Festival which Is centered touch job of figuring' out how to lEI CARETAKER APT. NO. 7 pharynritls. Inttammatlon: of .
around one of the nation's top top Navy's chief halfback. Joe -
tongue and mouth and tmok r'a
bowl Thl.
football game game RV.Hno
I whkh taw Georgia, romp over Missouri! will win by I points cough.
Missouri 140 was only part of This decision wa reached at a
the big show a. a curtain raider The Rote Howl the oldest and result of test conducted since
for the year's activities.At largest; of all bowl games, will August of lilt year anon some
time marched on. the whole live 100.000 fan, something to MANSION/ 200 person. each reporting that
fo'flng worM't attention became shout about when the Minnesota this solution had given them relief v
focused on Arnold Palmer u he Gophers and the Washington from throat pain. Thai pro.
won hit second Matters title Intkles square off. This shouldgo fat SALEDELUXE duet It now on vale at all drug. 9rue

with a 282 score for 72 holes on via Minnesota by ? points. store.
the rough \ueu'1& Ga. course NEW The official announcement of t
The month of May and the )Ie. The Gator Howl In Jackson this new mouthwash was first
mortal Day 500" at Indlanap.oHt. yule Is set to thrill fans In the 3.BEDROOM 2 OATH mad In a paper prepared by Dr.
again northern part of the state ..Ithnaor Giles and read In hit absence, "
and the spotlight was !
and Florida FLORIDA ROOM CeMCl .is every sprint
supplying
Miami with flickRatherman by Dr. nookhardt at the monthlymeellnr
beamed on
the thrills.The SCREENW PORCH .
of Tu.1u-n4 Institute'
making
a local boy. .
Gators are expected to OAK FLOORS John A. Andrew Hospital staff.
good blatlng through to victoryafter ViHt'ttt Merer on the defensivehm <<
swamp the Daylor Hears by 14 Dr. Gil*, one nf the research
finishing the grueling test 2 CARPORTE },MI dine with use Oar
of endurance In the place spot points. 80 x 100 LOT .rt for this new throat gargle la .tr.k. mad chop aren't eo. toughs

twice before. n. ftuar Howl will be a that her fight hack I" lid, theype'ikally
Then we will always remem wet thlnr for Mlttlstlppl over cash down Ml alert at tINt dgbtof
$3,000 Try
us
br the night of June 20 when Rice Ole Miss should make thRice I 1! a knife.
Floyd Patterson flattened' In. Owls tee thing thtlr way We Have It
.*star Johansson: thus becomlnr with a 13 point edge. Cor. 9th Ave. and /
the first heavyweight to regain 61st St. r PHIL AND WINE'SFOOD

championship.' << The Cotton Howl! pitting the Open Sat & Sun. 3-6 STORE
To show our athletic ability to Arkansas Rasnrbackt against the|
the worM. w.. had a strong Bike[ nine Of".I1.III have a{ Phone OX 1-9618
Olympic team; to travel to Home keenly contested game; bat I I
Italy and exemplify the traits of Arkansas should come out of the 6968 N.W. 17th Ave.

athlete the field scrap S points better.
an American on
of competition. i NORTHSIDE FOOD STORE1486N.W. 6N* ItAYE.
The Hun Howl will be shining
Hack home meanwhile, our with N>w Meilco State Aggie. 71.t St: MIAMI, ruaM-v

national past.time. baseball had and Ttah State Arcs. glittering:'

the whole nation muttering Pitts.iHtrch In Itt brightness. This 2Clh Sun i .......
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a' this almost forgottenteam Howl attraction should b< dose .J.Jd I aaa.u aa"""' >w?.?Jr1AaiA1t7e >wf asaJr as

roared to the Nation with Utah edging Meilco by 3 I II If .
League Championship; the first points. O'BERRY'SMagic
In 32 years and later with a II .
thrilling finish on the wings of nuwl.lso OVKR AT III
la.d aero.k I'. world famous City Driving School .
home run wrapped up the World Christmas sliced<< the etteadance .

Fcri+s and the World Champion of league bowlers way I I Wishes You a
..blp. down last Thursday night: no It

TheM fans who>> weigh heavy team had It. full compHment ef I
to the turf side of racing had bowlers' however there was ifuVPl! Nut jeer
their C' Mt tt..nt. Indeed seeing sill) a lot of action and the results
!iKt the standings thus ,. t ti
Venetian
Way outran tae fieldat :
AND A PROSPEROUS 1961
the Kentucky: Derby; only toM
1 Sir John Hotel It
thrown out of the picture at 2 Wilson Rental Agency 6262 N.W. 15th AVENUE OX 1-5283
the Preaknees by Rally Ache; .
3 Robert's Drugs
living only the Belmont 01trfple.ttrowa 4 Fenderson Olympics r ccc tie cc su errv 4 c r crtwr+e+e+e exeew+e+e'+rnn+ si i
set to be won bygatkic -- N.MN.
5 Bar
Liberty
Ash.. .
C Our Food Store
The Phl'adelphia Eagles, keep. HnlckII
7 Sfeeehsa
lag In tune with the record pace Furniture TV JUST COMPLETED!
of the year's events, won the American Cecil' Radio and TV .,. ,. an folb. eo.', 1qIa
Western Conference Football aMated pncesI"Our !
ChampiontMp, their first In 1C 10 HotHlgb Shoppe ,

-- Individual game score ftrirr are ..*..*. wI -TIJnThIW- - were bowled by Cyril Miller. 242: I I hole!' For l*>|/pads quality. at ,
Garry James 231 and James Terra i. minimum rot, Le sure to call on

I T 225 i BEDROOM CB.Sn .
Hlgb individual 2 game scoresCyril I
*>*' Garry James
!iii! I
C01 and Tim Williams S9C Hampton 'ParkMiami's '
J
.
Tae women league I* gettinga POUttRv / FISH
> tik lot of action and future new close-in subdivision
champions are In the making M A R K E THi

wltr good steady bowling being. Right near the Palmetto Bypass .

lone by C Wright 122. D Me.ntos9 .f .
130 J Tookes 131 G I
slater u: P Uorgaa aid AWtnUnu HHIftfltlt >Ui ft 4 45 Large Lot 50 x 120
wN 133

Or we will build on your lot
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4 SALE Directions to homes Go west on 36th St. to the dead.


WE: MAKE YOUR 1073 N.W. 64th Street end; turn right to 108th Ave.f then left to N.W.
PICTURE

While you>> wait 9th Avenue Corner 69th Street 23rd St.

Only $1.00 9th Avenue Corner 58th Street -+-

DAVID JEWELERS CORP.
CAPPER CONST. CHAS. H. PYKE REALTOR
1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue Dn ,

Phone FR 4-1522 TUxedo 51589Looking

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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Thanks

PAGE 16 SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1960
The Democrat and Clrle Club

of South Breward. Inc., thank
unemployed. each Democratic voter of precinct 3JlnppuI
It Is bettered that If the Princess 92 for a job well done In the last
should become governor of e'ectlon, We wish yon a Happy
the Bahamas both she and her and Prosperous New Tear.
husband would hare p'enty to do Clayton W. Smith I
and the Colony will experience a Nrm Urnr
greater Increase In Us now
flourishing tourist trade.
The Duke of Windsor was appointed
WE BUILD
by King George VI..
governor of the Bahamas. He NO MONEY DOWN (9rrrtil1g!
trt served from lUG to ISIS.
s" ;i Lots for Sale

Cash paid for Iota or.homes
: Civil Service See 3 to 5
: Exams Announced p.m. I -e-

; : Frequently Brand new lovely. 3 bedroom
-
Hntranre naJjurfm ** high ** bath oak floors
9377 a month. Ton my qualify ,2 garage, J:1.. on.FlXCltER
Ihrnngh rpn"' time Instruction tile roof, built in electric i
at, horn. For InfomuUkm andprrmnal kitchen "* .
Interview' (ronndf'DtJaI,1 1430 N.W. 59th SU,

"tef.NATIOXALGrevwlch TnACfBO ,i426'.NW; .'58'th=St: I, ELNORA'S SUNDRIES

SERVICE JE. -1340'- Bi' qri. '..; .' ; ; AND LUNCHEONETTE

t SSGT.; C1IAHLK3. SIIARPB Conn. J2S .JE-'.2-4343- ; 'f'" ...-. -',.I, .\ .i: ,4338 N.W. 27th Avenue

Winding up a .Career three weeks man :. .- .. -, ., ......:-..- -:-- ,..," '''''...............................,...
holiday rtstt with hit mother .
.
l' Mrs. Dell Sharpe of CI01H NW .. '. .::. .-: .\ '. .'. '.*.. t.' \ ." -
15th are., Is SISfL Chirle* ;
Sharpe, a native Georgian.' Sta. Our 8th Year: :of D. vtated 'Srv}i4e to..t tHe Community

will tlonedIn."return. Kansas to camp, 81.Jan. Sharpe 2. TJ e FOR: : 'A,. !AJR: : :.':DE&t SE1? ,AIR: REALTY

only child of Mr*. Sharpe, who .' f. "
owns and operates the OFG. Ho.
tel In Liberty City, and eaUtnespecialist '
-. at Baker's Bar and
King O' Hearts Club, 'Sgt. Sharpe fv o r .y
has already served 14 .).an In '. .
:Army, with six years t'o.: toto ..' .
terminate hts career before retirement. .
.
.
Upon his release from '
serrlce the BTW .hlth'acbool L ," ,.. .:. ,
.
graduate p'ans returning to Miami ,.
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and going la business with. :.

his mother. ... '. .

[ .1
WILL MARGARET It..'..
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pF.. r'i
BE-BAHAMAS '.' .. .
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GOVERNOR? :: .. .

An Auoclated Press* dispatch( ". a TMs GtoreocuHomo Gan. 3b Youf ... .
from London, England, _on Tuesday .
.
said that, Qaeen EJltabelh .. yI .
II Is considering the appoint I '.. "A .
meat of Prince Margaret to the
governorship of the Bahamas','ac START xH R'3BIGyOJR JOWN.HOME'
cording to a elbse friend'of the. i "*H
royal family. BROWN SUBS--BRAND: ROOI 1: CLOSE TO
riinceU'Uarga'ret will' be, 91 *
next August, and hr husband, SCHOOLS, BUS AND,=SHOPPING i :' C1 'OI O IKG COSTS. ONE MORTGAGE.Only$75'Di .
Aaihony Armstrong-Jones, will),
be II March 7. Since their.mar* e29.
cia=fered: months.ago, because,. 1 ::W43rd Terra
traditionally, members of royal.ty .
and' their spouses "do not 'go .. .... ... .. .
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Into business, or engage In the' J ;, ... ":" ..: -t... ; :-. :.- "'! '..; \ : : '

arts for profit, Anthony has'betsfti :SAECIAL. $49S DQVN. v/1 ::,. ::3; ROOM'tlttiY8S. ':i :, '.COLORED BEAUTY*

: .' ; .: ".Open I.?Sgnday:l.s:... ,:t_ppad ,Oiie-of th; nicest custom built
2-bedroom. All jalotule'd .wIn.
V s""dows..hVrdwood:: : .. : ; -* ; ;;( :: y?!l th. ;. .. Komex' In Miami. 3 bedooms, 2
flobrs; 'cloafT-fo.: ; losrn! .. ,coiZuOnLrono7nori. ti!e1 t bathe Kew.r2
! 'bins, no closing costs. One'mortCege. *. :' 1$,: : 95i uow.n:. C ... .. ., t *.screened Florida room. City
'mont ..
$78. 0 < I. "\ ..'- -- \
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.. n. .' ren... w, water..80'x. .. .
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: lilli 2.-bedrooni' (> stove;* andrefrlf era-' ,' 3 hedt! !bom"CB5.l. J. (ZJEt. o W'an d! fi ; 2-bedroom furnished aparfinentm

( tor, fenced'back yard, ..sprlnk i I ra\tge.*'Vrt'lV O:9.o': (.".*.*V': *t'x I, oc1gli! 1 $22 weekly. Close to 2 buses.
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ler'S/stem, citywater.. \ 1. I t 'c'.o;!: :i .'Rwl: ..+4rey'' .W.1' .- Se. U*. J .

Dreyfus; Fund.h I mutual to-! :$795 Dow.n-1210 NW/Slst' St. :],; ... .."= .r.---S.-" ....'. .".._: : ._":_.,. .-1. ,....... ;. '..:: '" "

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: .1 17AUVcDiI'4: .. : 2-bedroom, neat, clean. One

: trove and tikes what' $595. Down .t..Catpogt:.e... 1o'. 1a apt.'9los. to ; mortgage'. only See 40- 1088 NW
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It loosldtn! seuibti-rUks : :.buses, Qtr..xaleV; | jf'\rntlKed;..tne'wiwpalntedl .55tHTerr.0nty.

to that fif ectfca.DRCYFUS . Buthu! 2.bedrom, !loielj7Ji iie'.t .; s ... .t. t.! .%f f.Sfi :.\ :$595 Down -
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Mrs lira. ewe i IFpr. prW. doaing'cc ;>''One .morjg'age. ;; .- '.:. ... .I't.: .;.:.:... ,, .. -
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J. D. Mayor,& Co. 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. 'Fum1aii. .d....' ** ':.;:::: ;';:.".':CiS'HO1ES '.' ... 2 CBS homes.on one lot. Partly.

,WI 5-2225 or WI 7-4458 Clean. Large family,. twp'kijichens. ....,I "Ci. c bseto- h.:......N1. V2yt;' +bATe.. '. furnished. Income from one will

; P. O. Dos Miami 41,tllrtA FIa. llnu&ca I $895 Down . '.: .. .. $5Qs'Dp.wn. '. help buses.pay off fast City water,

See 7800N.W.15th .Will'' .:not lad t. Hurry. Call I, us. tq !
Ave. .
shotfV .4. : Only $995 Down
( Clifford R. Matthew Sr. ; 6

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flMM iMtf tm I BrQtn matf.ti1liittlf.t .

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AM- List your lots with ui for quick cash sales Best prices paid

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