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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 16, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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39TH YEAR, NO. 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY DECEMBER id, 1961 16 PAGES' :' Price _lOc Ii



.555'Atrested in Albany 2 Aged People TIT'ffT' -:.. 11 i 1


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Ga. Protest _
: .. Segregation 72-year-old 68-year-old woman blind died man early anda

: Monday while trying to escape
From Sunday through Wednesday
from their blazing frame housein S !- i
police in Albany, Ga. arrestFd Htaleah. +t ,
555 Negroes and 5 whites '
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The man's faithful seeing eye
who took In antlsegre-
part an : dog died beside him. '
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gallon demonstration.The I
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Mary Dlcklns of 2218 W. 6th
trouble started
Sunday tour owner of the house was
rhtn police arrested two Albany found between her bed and the
Negroei and nine "Freedom ji jiL wall, reaching for a window.
Riders" for sltting-in at a lunch ,! The blind border, Edward Farrell -
counter In the Central of Georgia was crawling from his bed

Railroad Terminal. when' he tiled: ; raid Hialeah Dtectlvo (,- rl rhtpI
Po'ice arrested 267 Negroes on Arthur Newfly.

Tutuday when they refused to L "It happened so fast that they I A' y ..tM
stop A kneeling and singing did not have! a chance," he said.
demonstration in, front of the "When tht y wok up the smokewas
:. city hall in protect, of the arrest bo bud they couldn't! get
of the Freed.om Riders. They out." -f

were charged with disorderly The fire started from a wood .l } r
conduct, obstructing traffic and burning stove in the kitchen, police :
failure to obey officers. Eighty- said.COURT.
one were jailed on Monday and
all( but one were released later.M. .

S. Page, secretary of the HEARS
Pro-Integration Albany Move
ment, charged that a "police WADE-IN CASESThe
..-' state" existed in the Tcity, ana t
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that the Negroes .did ''nothingbut
NAACP on Thursday was h hr
walk the streets and pray." Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt E. Moon of I denied by Circuit Judge Ted Cabot -

After. 200 demonstators. in 1521 NW 47th St. announce the a motion to dlsmlu a suit
eluding teen-agers and children forth coming marriage of their that would bar further wade.
were arrested Monday, Police daughter, Gwendolyn, to James ins at public beaches at Fort I
Chief Laurie Pritchett asked M. Jenkins of Atlanta, Oa. Lauderdale.
that the demonstration be halted. Attorneys Frank Reeves of J

... There was no violence.. Miss Moon is a 1961 graduateof Washington, D. C. and G. E. The Dade County Secretarial Dlbb, first runner.up.
The Baptist Minister Alliance' Hampton Institute in Virginia Graves of Miami, attorneys for Association held its Second An Bobby Macghee, 1961 graduate
cancelled its regular Tuesday Mr. Jenkins is a 1960 graduate the organization, asked for the
meeting to join the pray-In. of the same institution.The dismissal of the suit on the nual Scholarship Benefit, Danceat of O, :W. Carver High, new
that Police Chief J. the Mary Elizabeth Fiesta
grounds
r- The Negroes have asked for matriculating at Dade County
couple 1 is presently em- Leslie Holt and John E.
: Sgt. Room, Thursday night, Dec. 7.
desegregation of bus and train ployed by the Fulton County Miller testified that Junior College, was tho recipientof
Wednesday
f stations, the city library, parks, Uoard of Education, Atlanta, and the wade-ins last summer causedno Shown from left to right are the 10601, scholarship
hoaptals and buses better jobson ( i
r plan to continue residence thereafter situation that the police M,.. Dorothy Hepburn, second award presented by the secre
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payrolls, addition of Ne- .
city marriage) .rM''M,A .plltY. .sh.S. .. .. '.
could not rieei" ;
control tta
4 ,.s d..
r .gro policemen. Jury represents- < f > *> ; 'v', i.l t f' .t runner.up;...Mlsa!h.PJnkt: S. ""'" \ M
tlon' and better Job opportunities The wedding will transpire during Its public beached are not Miss Dade County Secretary of .
I generally the festive holiday season. segregated, the city claims, and 1960, crowning Mrs. Dolores Mra. Ruth S, Williams Is president
the wade-ins were promoted by Miller "Miai Dade County Seer and Mr.. Florence Holla-
-- --- the NAACP to create public turmoil tary of 1961-62' ," and }fr.. Mary way, *ecr tary,-Adamsfoto.
and disturb tho peace.


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ASKS AFL-CIO TO

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Sammy Thomafr, one. apold / ; : '
P Dr.; Martin Luther King Jr., ..on of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy

I presented the AFL-CIO a modest Thomas, 2028 NW 4th court died *
... in hour after he was admitted
proposal M& daY for meetingthe
to hospital on Sunday. ,
pro ern of' racial discrimination. U i w
Death was due to parathion 1

yolaonlnc, police said. A handyman 4j. ; + ....
had sprayed the Thoma/i' ,
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The Her. King told delegates
home for bugs several months .a.
to the AFLjCIO. convention at igo with the deadly Insecticide, s

the Americana that they should ,' o'lc6' said and traces of it were

straighten out themselves first, "ound in their kitchen. ,

and end discrimination within Ills parent were not able to
explain his illness, but an i
labor movement that has
the autopsy showed that parathion r

J."r.... .' contributed to the degraded eco poisoning .was the Cause of death '' I

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for $J each to fight racial "
Injustice.! WEEK LEFT ,4 r""t'

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j. now King rapidly lAM........industrialize.... war!.
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poll t leal v.truclair _o e South, E ( S Iry
slndlng to Congresb steadfdit U IST LS -

i.: liberals who joining "th thau r rY
, from NorfSeTH "IHd'u r 1 It&a A
b' will extend the front rl f; ctI..; .1
raocracy .. 'h_ _'l. te at
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r George Ueany of the AFL-CIO The Orange Blossom Classic I era'' crack marching bands. frbm Nassau a local klndertar- !
bout mentioning him by parade this year wu the best in Some of the floats that drew ten, Miss Jackson College and lot
I name, was the most forthright 1q the event's 29-year history. The loud applause are pictured. Top attendants, Hampton House and ,
talk the delegates beard during 1i two-hour long spectacle featured 'left to right. MtAa.FAMU and attendants I 111 upstate high school band .
I I tht day. I. many beautiful floats and .n- the' Junkanoo band photos by Dobby Markowtts, -
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attired ID a white sang "Promise, )fee** Rev' Mr.
MIAMI FLORIDA Miss Virginia McCall Attractively dress, with a white Call alto plaTed Dumber of
THE MIAMI TIMES lace organza and selection
I veil, and white satin slippers
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961 Is Bride of carrying and o bouquet orchids of, the white bride carnations Following WM held.the ceremony A tasty repast a toceptlott -

Derrick Sands Klven In marriage by betbl'othol' was enjoyed by those present
was
Is a 19 St gradual
In a wedding held< I bride was
ilfrht In the cozy Florida room "Cookie" Lynch, along ..- -.. -- -
7 Qk .r and Minis Patricia
r rr of th.hrlde
school
of the home} tlmo friend and
her parents, Miss Virginia Me. Miss Lynch Was heatlr at FOR SALE OR RENT
of Itev, and Mrs, in it to
Call, daughter with white
In gold satin
Ira McCall of 800 NW C7th flt., tired Rhe carried a bou. See 1950 NW 47th St
ncci'MOiU'N
matrimonyto
r was Derrick Joined in Bands holw, son of Mr. qtiet of piiln yellow carnations. Call owner HI 53524Eyeniap
rk Ernest Sasds of 6878 NW 14th Wllllo Ivory, a long time
ave., with the Rev J, C. Jack frltml to thu bridegroom: was
son, pastor of the Blh Avonuo tho )bout) mail( Iloth the bride I Fla. room hardwood floors.

Church ting. of God In Christ offtcla' aroma nulls and for hU the beitman occasion worndark Clean 2 bedroom CBS, front

Rev McCall Is the conductorof rroctdtUK t h. ceremony
i the morning gospel and roll<<. UuMwln llopburn) Bang Perkinn"U ',. Sunday MO -S004
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job well done. And to the many
EAL Social Civic friends relatives! co.workers and
different organizations whose cooperation -
Club Elects previously and now,
has played the greatest part. We MflNEYS
llth Queen. :, want to give the most credit.
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We appreciate !it to be the
The EAL Sodal-CivIe Club has highest.
selected Its llth
'luree fuUr The year has hen a very succt -
""Queen for a Day" from our 11th I
I 1V ful one for us We have !im
annual popularity content. t proved our civil program and
The names of candidates participating j!plan to expand more.
In this contest are Miss .
I! W< Tact to wish you all a
Ruth Hill queen and tint prizewinner ,Merry Christmas and a Happy
; ils Patricia Lynch sec New Year during the holidays.
ond prize winner; Hiss Cleola Oficers of the club are Thomas -
Gaines third prize winner; Miss O. Wright, president; Alex
Sophia Route runner up. All Gaines, rice; Chester Coachman,
were seen mounted on the beau recording secretary; Willie G.
flu float In the 29th Orange Franklin, financial secretary; ATONCE S
Blossom Classic parade. William Lynch, treasurer; LeSlie
The organization wises to Lynch chaplain; Dare Rankin,
commend the candidates on a parliamentarian.

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I"'.(.\( r:ME'VT ANNOUNCED aduate of Talladega College I ) PAYMENT.
-- Miss: Marctl'a: Harlena Woods, I"Ala. Mr, Adderly Is a graduateof !
daughter of Mrs CMeotnle Mackey Booker T. Washington High
Woods, of 3255 NW 50th at. and and Morehouse College and has J:1.J .
Sidney Woods of Nassau, Baha I done graduate work at Howard
mas whore engagement to Alfonso University.Miss 9 J
Leo Adderly, son of Mrs. PHONE DAY OR NIGHT
Elaine Adderly of 5337 NW Woods Is now a teacher
29h Court is being announced !In the Dade school system. The
thl week. couple will be married Dec. 26
1 Mi** Woods l U a 1957 graduate at St. Francis Xavier Roman ,
of Booker T. WashingtonHigh Catholic Church, NW 4th ave. FR 3-4660
School of :Miami a 1961 and 16th Terr.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Mrs. Wells Entertains Howard Alumni and share his visit xperienc..

Alumni present were: Archi

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961 PAGE 3 Friends at Fetes (Pres. Nabrit Doctors tect Eddie George Strong Sanda'president vice; Edwin ; ,t,,

--' P""'"' __ u II'oa:; Classic Parade I I Shirley: James White. Ira P. I
Dr. James Nabrit, teacher pro. Davit, Edward J. Braynon Jr., !
fessor doctor, world traveler and William Chapman. Attorneys II. I

president of Howard University, H. Arrlngton O. E. GraTes, ""
a university which houses well Nurse Barbara Hepburn Francis "
Around Miami over 6,000 students was guest Westley King, and D. Ricardo
last week of the Miami Alumni ,! Thomas IX, teachers
af the Coconut Grove home of
Dr. and Mrs Ira P. Davis. Although the informal tete-a- I
Miami tete was planned for only an hour
I By DAVE DONDU The Howard Family at I
was certainly honored to have the guests found themselves bar.
had Dr., Nabrlt visit with them Ing consumed well over three.

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THE CLASSIC Is gone And I'm ready for the next one. V

just as glad as everyone else.
From the Kick-Off Luncheon Give finer-tasting ,.
sponsored by Pepsi Cola to 5p.m More Classic visitors: Scoop ,
Jones and his pretty wife, Gay
.
I
myself allly
Sunday. ran
shaking hands saying hello and from New Orleans Roland and '
Pearl Donathan asd the kids Schenley in 61
Arthur playing host to my house guest from Nassau.! All quartered In dy d\ ;"

Prysock. the Airport Hotel Also from
After the luncheon Friday, I I
Nassau, Victor Cflbson, "Pana ,', I
met the famous and popular
ma" Bogle, Jewell Thompson, y
Marietta from Nassau. She Is the I'V
Ding Cambridge. '.
House V
owner of Marietta's Guest
and we went to the Hampton

House for dinner. Then Prysockand PRKTTY GiRL OF tho Week: ,". II
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I went to the Club Ml to seeK Mary Cox (Bronze Salon,). Mrs., Mamie Larimore Wells 11a'
C. Smith from there to
Pretty Boy: of the Weqk: Moses again thla to
was hostess ( year
the King of Hearts to see Phil Bethea .* Man About Town: the local and out-ot.town friends
Harris and Johnny Lomelo and "Heads" (Mary Elizabeth). adult and children and their
back to the Hampton House to
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view the colorful Orange
see the show. King Coleman guests to :I'
came in and Napolean Reed had Till CLASS Is presenting this I Blossom Classic parade on :1

the King to do a number, which wrek.end, one of America's top last Saturday. The large upper s. II III IIJI"
was what we in show biz call voices, formerly with the Buddy porch provides an ideal spot .1{ 41i11I11 '
I where sit and watch the "
"rocking the house." Johnson; Orchestra Arthur Pry- on may
Some of the Hampton House, sock whose latest album, "I activities.
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guests, euch UH Dr. Gilbert Porter Worry About You" has eold like I Among out.of.town viewers I
executive ecrftary: of the hot cakes. The shuw is one you were Dr. StephE'n'J., Wright,
will not want to miss. Speaking
Florida State Teachers Association president of Flck! University an'dhis
; Sam Cohen principal of about the Glass he sure knowu cousins, Mrs. Oscar Edwards, w
how to handle crowd. He clos w
a
Northwestern
High; Oscar Hall.
assistant principal Northwestern "zd
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ed his doors at 12 Class night ; IMi i"
so
Jr., of Atlanta and a heap of High School and Miss Male
that the visitors and the residents
other folks were around. The
of Jacksonville Dr. and
Wright :
owners, Mr. and Mrs. Harry wouldn't bu all over one Mrs. William Stewart (Sarah
another. Say, don't forget the
Markowitz
were very pleased
"Red Dress Night" girls. Every Scott,) president of Edward
with the crowds who passed Waters College Jacksonville and yip lciAAN.iillNtl
Thursday there are prizes to I
through their
doors to see the their guests, Dr. and Mrs. Sher-
wonderful, modern ,and beautiful each chick wearing a red dress. man L. Green Jr., commissionerof ; tlRJ2

facilities they offer. On the re Education of the AME ;V
ceiving end were Manager Harold CO.VMK: PA11MKK of Baker's Church, son of Bishop Green of '
Kemp. Mrs. Roberta Kemp and Famous Corner wants to thank the 11th Episcopal District; Mrs. :
Mrs. Ruth Reed. all of his customers and friendsfor
Margaret Blake, assistant principal
We moved downtown to the their condolences In the loss Howard Blake High, Tampa .
Miami Carver where Delore Caf. of his father on Classic Day. ; Charles Hamilton, West '
tie and Manager Ernest Reeves Palm Beach; Mesdames Sybil k +

were greeting their guests along IIAHOLD and Itobor Kemp of Merlnda and Emerald Scavellaand
with owners Mr. Wynn and Mr. Hampton House, spent a weekin Mr. Joe Penalver and Jack- ; ''tr
Harrow then to the Sir John Nassau Just before classic and Dillard, New York City, Mrs.
Hotel. The first face I saw there returned last week in order to Bonner, Tampa and Mra. Bernice .
was Sam Rabin, owner, and please concerned parties Mr. Burney, Daytona Beach
Clyde Ktltens came in Just behind Kemp la still manager of the I '
him. Clyde invited Arthur Hampton House, and methlnks Local' friends: Mesdames Ma ,
and me to have a tasto of Paul he will be there for a long time. into Thompson, Carrie Johnson I
Masson Champagne and our next He and Roberta are doing a fine Alice Butler, Annie Roberts 9he No # t
stop was in the Old Milwaukee Job at the House, he as resident Margaret Johnson, Louise Wil. :
Beer Hospitality room to see manager and the i\a manager of llama, noon Le Thomas, Lovel
Norman Jones. Gay Ann Lamb the dining room. Richardson, Wild Sands, Genevieve J
and Lola were hostesses for Old -- Lockhart, Alice Harrison,
Milwaukee and they served us I and daughter; Carrie Evan, I ,
food and beer man, 0 man IP YOU WANT A nice surprise Beulah Hatcher Willa Mae Jef. ) r
am I tired! stop in at the Club Mi and dig ferson, Cora Mae hello and

Well came Saturday Classic the beautiful decorations In tho Cora Thompson Also demoiselles
Day I dug the parade and ft lounge. So far, it is the most Malzle Williams R.N.; Marian t 11' M
was nice to be prejudiced for beautifully decorated lounges InI I Johnson and Mary Clark, Also ,
once. I enjoyed the Par and South Florida, in my opinion. K. Dr. and Mrs Charlm Williams, & ; I II
Birdie Club's contribution to the C. Smith's brother Freddie, dida Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Edwardsand II I
parade 6 electric golf carte and gating Job In decorating it. daghter Morsallne; Jimmy I
Nips Cadillac and three of our I Hey! How about our traffic Mannings and 1 David! Sands. I
women members, Odessa light at 15th ave und f 2nd nt?
Grace Maxwell and Wells, I And the one In Richmond Heightsat I Youngsters featured included! I
Mayme rid : Coral Karen Papper, William and .risjijei
Reef Drive
ing in the Caddy throwing went up I ,
candy to the spectators. The Tuesday Our sincere thanks go Anthony Mason, Jame-j Thomp- :
offl.
clals did a nice Job of putting the |to our Sepia Mayor, Charles ion, Susie Johnson, Cathy WI!' MC
Hadley for Hams Albert Richardson and '
parade together and having them Instal
pace. keeping the led there in order to save lives Walter Sands RFSIty9244ii I

and prevent some of the accl /
After the parade 1 had my dents Mrs Wells, member of a well

troubles' mostly! with my car. -- known Miami family is the af. I
Finally I got home and when cable manager of the Guest I ,

game time arrived we were In a DID YOU KNOW that there l la Is Iloii:o located at 1020 NW 2nd (:Jf 4., ml.tHNd.r '.
solid line of cars for better thanan beauty salon at the Hampton ave '" ;r'U
hour. Mayrae, Prysock and Ieat House There Is. and Mayme 'Is Erik r ..t;061d $4
on the "traitors" side of the trying to get them to put a ,,::(g 'jj.l'Jr-c,: il ... 6.-.4 J.. G ; ,, .'
stadium, right in front of the sign' out front- I- '111 the first ( Y2wr
Jackson band and right behind building, ground 1 floor of he COLONIAL STYLE "
their cheer leaders. How do you apartments on 43rd St. Mrs HOMES 'r f $chenleq m.t. i1t :; .

,I treat visitors that way? Sit In Geraldine Allen Is the manager, $175 Cash $75 Mo. .k, SHIIlIY'A IIItSllO CAlI..AIICtIli '. .
the middle of them and yell for and when those chicks say your ,\ 11IO
I appointment la 2-bedrooms with Fla. room, *. ,. ,, """'
the "home team?" Most of the for :a:00' they're /
I whites were here. We were very waiting for you. You don't have with open front porch. Love Exclusive Discovery

: quiet throughout the game. I to spend the day, because someone ly landscapping in beautiful WHIP} IN fltM $MOOTH (ttand 'Iei
I did hear one of the band boys forgot they already had an Call I
I say "y'Jl sure have some hip appointment for that time. You neighborhood. to tee.
will be ,
whites happy with the a
In Miami. I believe that service
you end those you can't indoctrinate too. Mayme soz all this. I don't A HOME FOR CHRISTMAS.
to Mississippi" have to go to the h auty shop
After this 1612 NW 44th St. *
laugh( and the halftime show, anymore I got an Ever-Perm.
we cut out to beat the traffic to That ought to do It for this $185 cash $75 month
the Sir John. week. Till the next you know 2-bedroom with porch.Mostly .
I what live life, every golden beremembered
,',! We took up a stand at the entrance minute of It. PEACE! furnished. Call to
and saw everything from aee.

..' everywhere when they came '
back. Marion Jackson, sports in <62
editor of the Atlanta Dally ''''UW.III11MJ11gHe : $450 down $72 month

World; Bill Nunn Jr., of the Wrote ''The Twist" bedroom CBS with porch

Pittsburgh Courier; Don Keenof HANK BAllARD and carporte. No closingcost
the Gulf 011 Co.; Ken Knight,
) but must qualify FHA.
DJ-TV Star of Jacksonville and ,
we do not have the space to TK MIDNIGHTERSHonk Call for appointment.We For the friends you want to be good to, there's no better

name them Blossom all. Anyway Classic the was 29th a Moore's Oche,VaMR arrange financing also gift than Schenley-the whisky the years have

huge Orange tuccesn and broke all attendance .UHbAY!'8ECI7: TRIO REALTY been good to. Every drop of whisky in Schenley is

records. Thanks! to A* fU SJ..woIN aged over 8 years (100 months, to be exact), then 1
President Georg Oo'e, J. R. I:, MARUCM SQUAtm
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J.,e Jr., Chuck T' ''j J. pu lie re- 000 NW 2a4I A.... 801 NW 54th St. wisely blended with choice grain neu "

.the entire staff. Next: year as N..r' The Mld.tph/us' ..... PL 9.8372 PL 9-5485 trot spirits. In fifths and quarts, lavishly ,
I t *>ni fPf'rt: from FAMU and fwftt'AftnJe Hod. Ioby"
." ., I 'j. ("'- ;J rltJ', 83 ft::' :) fj Tickets $1.50 Advance, NE 5-8745 gift-wrappod at r'tO oxtrn cost.
,'"e .9ii'rK. 11' H v9 ***. the t 5. $1.75 Door I $CNINIIVeast.CO.N.1'C'ItINt wH.f.,,'t.noor,6".c. .
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DECEMBER 16 1961
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, ,

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'Will, the pjroppsed rfbrw, city
hall be built In.zI wntWn Miami
or will Dinner Key be'mate the 9
site for centralized city administration .5 .r
-? Thafe'eems to be the
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Main Offlie at 0740 N.W. 15th' Avenue- -hone OX 1.04214 question now to ,,be settled. A t
Hranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 3-2230 planners' report fa ors the Din
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II. E. 8IGI8MUND URMVBS, Editor and Publisher ,
fJAHTlI O.,, 11BBVK8, Managing Editor t ftliaml'd Mlyor Rlbert K! t l'n g
High and City Manager Melvin I .
Entered as Second: Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office Reese want the downtown locations -
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1870, r I 1
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Member of the Associated Negro Press' Your Browser believes, the i
Member: of the National Newspaper Publishers Association dowtown location Is by far 'the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES best, and most convenient. It INVITED' BY YOUNG DEMOCRATS I
will also help business in the
DXK YEAR $5.00: SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $0.00 downtown area. Garth C. 'Ut.'C\'es. Samuel Motictur, Simmer Hutcheson

CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ,Miami Negroes took the first on the ho&t committee,'
'THE NEGRO PRESS bellevm that America win best lead the world Eleven million dollars U a lot step last 'week In gaining membership l Sumner Hutchison, dtnudl t
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man of money for anybody. But In In the lily-white Dade: Monctlr atid Garth Heevea wbfk6d -
,regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating this case It's enough to make County Young Democratic Association. with'the local l t commltee during
no man, fearing no nvm-the Negro Press strives to help every man Louis Armstrong shudder. the cohnntioihN
in the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held Satchmo Is being sued by a Las
back Vega and stage producer Harold During the National tilennlum groes plan {to niake, fdrniaj
Minsky who claims that convention at, Miami Beach last application to the county and
Armstrong withdrew from an week when tre8ld8ntx) Kcqnedy state associations to see if there
If a man be good, government cannot be bad-Penn. oral agreement to appear there addressed the gathering, three has been a change of heart. A
The suit charges that Armstrong members of the Negro Dade change must take place if Miami
abelled UnskY'I8 productions County Young Democratic Association Beach is to host the National
"Indecent, Immoral and obscene were invited to serve Democratic Convention in 1964.
HUMAN RIGHTS WEEKThis : ." ,

is Human Rights Week and efforts were madeto I II I -,- ,
Mayor Robert King High was at Cedars of Lebanon HospitalIn
instill into the minds of those who refuse to realize thatin Last Thursday night at Bethel honored on Wednesday night memory of the late Mayor Abe
this world of ours there ought to be such a thing as AME Church the public' listenedo with a testimonial dinner at the Aronovitz.Aronovltr..
: an address on Civil Rights by
human rights for all mankind.Far the Hon. Hubert Delany of New Dupont Plaza Hotel with 400 In Among those presentwere
York. attendance. The mayor was cited Atty. and Mrs. Henry Ar-
too long, too many people have ,failed to recognize for community leadership and rington, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin
that ,there rights for others. This, has been so This meeting was held in hon '
are
his
or of the Rev. Fr. Theodore chairmanship of a committee Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Garth C.
especially in caso of minority groups.In GIbson, rector of Christ Church, to establish a heart pavilion Reeves and Atty. Frank Reeves

Human Rights Week President Ken Coconut Grove, Miami's most .
proclaiming outstanding contender for the II
nedy noted that December 15th' was the 170th anniversary rights of, Negroes. I

of the adoption of the first ten amendments to the A plaque t<, was presented to the For Sale You must see these new

Constiution, known as the Bill of Rights and the 13th family of the late E. W. F. Stir
,anniversary of the adoption by the United nations General rup from the local branch of the

Assembly of 'the universal declaration of' human contributions.NAACP in memory A substantial of his loyal donation 3 And 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Homes

:rights. ", ,, was given by the audience,

In our country even this wonderful document, the Fr. Gibson; at the present time, Corner 8th Ave. at 56th St.
Constitution of the United States, has been violated over Is waiting the results of an appeal -
:and over again when it comes to the Negro. from: 'a conviction of six $1,500 CASH
months
imprisonment and a fine

The Supreme Court, the highest tribunal in the land, of questions$1,200 for asked refusing by a to state answer investigating Open Sun. 3 to 5 or call JE 1.5973

has seen its decisions disobeyed, and yet many who disobey committee concerning Indf
them, would never hesitate to repeat: membership In the NAACP.

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States
Another interesting
speaker :;: ;;;
,And to the Republic for which it stands, was A. Philip Randolph, who
One nation' under God, indivisible was heard last Sunday after. PW Home Service Calls
noon at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. $1.50
With liberty and justice for all. Mr. Randolph, International vice PL 1.8381
president of the AFL-CIO, anda
However, there is ai silver lining to the dark cloudof contender for the rights,; of Negroes Repair and sell TVs, radios, stereo and Hfc-Fi. All'our
discrimination, ,and there has been gradual progress.At Mr. Randolph is not altogether work guaranteed. Credits on sales.
a stranger to Miami..
I Those llstenlsg to--him- on Sunday FREE DELIVERY

agree that he lived up to his Know your TV man and save money
the national convention of the Young Democrats reputation as one of the real
orators in JOE
SCOTT
()f America held in Miami Beach last week one of the America.
highlights was an address by President Kennedy. 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
Funeral services for Charles Authorized Factory TV Repair Co., Inc.
The convention endorsed a complete end of all ra- Knowles, a pioneer Miamian, -
cial discrimination in housing, interstate travel, education were Knowles held last Saturday. Mr. ;
was well known in our ---,
and employment opportnities. This was .a progressive community. He was an employeeof
step. the Bonded Collection Agency, Altman
L. L. Brooks, proprietor, for Insurance
The AF-CTO president, George Meany, and 'the Negro many years, and according to

union leader, A. Philip Randolph, clashed in a meeting Bible Mr. Broods man' to, a the trusted business.and valu- 768 NW 3rd Ave. FR 1.2421

of their convention on Tuesday over a charge by Ran.

dolph that the federation had moved too slowly to wipe Charles The North North, owner Travel, has Bureau add, INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE

out bias within. unions and that Negroes could not wait ness.ed a 1962 Mercury to the busi WITHOUT ASSIGNED RISK

another day for justice.
Small down
payment with low monthly payments
Meany charged that Randolph broke an agreement Well this 'bus business is a- Also fire insurance, hospitalization

designed to keep a racial controversy off the floor of the what shall I call It?. I don't believe Life Insurance, with small down paymentWestHoIIyvvootJForecIosureJ
anybody knows. However
convention.The Metro is not going to take It -. --- _. ..:
over before the end of the year. .
convention unanimously adopted a resolution So between Mr. Pawley and the '
pledging the AFL-CIO to i intensify'its drive to end union driveN, we will be able to ride
buses
all: during the holidays.
.
,, '
bias. r' '" NowToJM' for the good of Mi-
anti forget about the strike and

:I'over whtyheT otinot: atetro, keep takes them the rolling.buses \* ,- 5625 S.W' 15th S.tr ?:et _' .. ;
For the first time in its history the Young Democratic The public loses too much when

convention of Miami had as its guests, representativesfrom you strike and we don't think OPEN SAT. AND SUN. 'TIL SOLD
you gain very much by striking.

the Dade County Young Democratic Association of .. ........ ....... ...
which Dr. Elmer Ward is chairman of the board.' I I Miami might lose one of her

landmarks cornea 1962, but It 2 bedroom CBS house built last year for $10,600
Those present were Sumner Hutcheson Samuel will be cheerfully given up. The
Moncur and Garth Reeves. I Florida East Coast Railway Co. Will sell for amount of mortgage only
announced the building of anew
This, too, is a step forward. : pasEenger terminal in Miami
I ext year. The new one will $8,600 LOW DOWN PAYMENTOR
- be between 29th and 36th Sts.,
I NE, along Miami Ave. WILL RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY

L DREAM HOMES
In Albany, Ga., 205 Freedom ''Phone Owner JE 2.2225
Riders were arrested on Wednesday I
when they marched to the
SENSATIONAL OPEN DAILY TILL 9:00 courthouse in protest of the : :: : : ::

trial of 11 riders now going on.
22nd Ave. N. 154th St. In two days 173 riders were ar
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U.S. Supreme ,Court Strikes Down ,,SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961 ./PAGE B



Louisiana Student Sit-in ConvictionsNOT 'GelebsliFlock to Miami: to Sep :B



EVIDENCE OF GreatestCiassicin!._. History- B

I If you think this wasn't the Wllbu Gary former A and, MIllAmerican
NAACP BACKS ( greatest Orange Blossom Classicin { : head coach at
ANY: CRIME.l' : history then take'4 look .at Jones High Orlando; Macon
k v TEACHERS UNIONThe I some of the national figures who (Bodybuilder) Williams repre
The United States Supreme d were r..on the scene. "' sentative for P. Ballantlne; Dr.
Court, Monday reversed for ,lack United Federation of Ralph Wlmblsh, St. Petersburg!
of evidence' the "sit-in" convic.tlons .. Teachers, one of three groups Curt Flood, centerftelder St. physician; Dr. A. L. Hampton
:of 16 Negro students who eeking collective bargaining Louis Cardinals and goodwill ambassador Ocala physician; C. E. Bolen
demonstrated at three lunch t. rights for Miami's 45,000 teachers for Anheuser-Busch; editor The Fort Pierce Chronlclo;
counters in Baton Rouge La., in sue't. Howard E. Wood executive editor
has received the backing of Dill Nunn Jr., sports editor The
1960.. the NAACP this week. The St. Louii! Argus, and Pittsburgh Courier; D. C. Co'-
member President Kennedy's of
lington assistant director
The students who attended H rbert HIM national labor
Commltte Equal Employ:
on public relation, FAMU; Mrs.A. .
Southern University had been secretary of the UFT made the
Herb) Wright,
ment Opportunity
; S. Galther Mm. O. W. GoreJr.
convicted of disturbing> the peace, announcement in Miami. He tolda
public relations department, ., Mrs. William P. Foster;
sentenced to 30 days In jail and national meeting of the Negro Danle'
Labor Council Philip Morris, New York; Mrs. Edward Oglcsby Mrs. W.
fined $100.Their American Federation of Kean, public relations representative P. Griffin, Mrs. Robert Mungen
that the American
Gulf Oil Corp., Pittsburgh -
Charlit White former A and M
appeals were the firstto Teachers upheld civil rights and
be heard by the High Courtin school integration In its constitution Norman Jones Schlltz basketball star now assistant
Tampa; John Harris, Schlitz, coach at Blake High Tampa.
connection with the widespread and also enforced that
Atlanta George Brown, Pepsi-
;
lunch counter antljjegre- stand regardless of membership) Cola. Jim Williams, former A and
gatlon demonstrations. I la'sea M AH-American quarterback
Chief Justice Earl Warren de .q Hill charged the NEA with Julian Nicholas, public rela now head football. coach at
livered the unanimous opinion of ta'tlng "many years" to recog tions, PE'p l-Cota. New York; Blake High; James linger public .
the court. nize the civil rights decision of Moss H. Kendrlx, public rela relations director Uethunt
the Supreme Court and of still tions counselor for the Coca Cookman; Moses Belton, public
"The undisputed evidence Colin Walton president of the practicing segregation in some Cola! Co., Atlanta; and the Car. relations director Johmion C.
shows that the who I
police arrested Bethune-Cookman College places. nation Co., Los Angeles; J, I). Smith; President and Mrs. W.
the (students) were left with Alumni Association, Miami chapter I The United Federation of demon, head football coach B. Stewart of Edward WatersJ.
nothing to support their actions Teachers Is the New York affltfeotal Morris Brown College Marlon .
is expressing sincere thanks ; R. E. Lee Jr., classic founderand
except their own opinions that It I to the many friends and Alumni ation Acsoclo E Jackson, sports editor Atlanta A and M\ vice president; Dr.
was a breach of the peace for who supported the recent' Miss late of the American Federationof Dally Word; Lee Black well, Emmltt W. Bashful dean New
(them) to sit peacefully in a Alumna Contest. Teachers. The other groupsare managing editor the Chicago Orleans Branch Southern University
place where customs decreed the Teachers Bargaining Organization Defender; the former Albertha ; Dr. John Hombert,
"
they should not sit, the opinion The chapter was able to re- supported by the Nelson, now Mrs. Alhertha Car president, Gibbs Junior College;
said. celve the second honor with Miss National Educatlou.il Association rol of Barlow, l\UIhI FAMU of Ernest Fillyu, St. Petersburg

"Such activity in the circum. Rocella Davis representing the and the Teachers' Union of the 56-57, formerly of Miami I.. now I Mmes photographer I Sam

stance of these cases, Is not chapter. City of New York. of former Bartow A;and Sammy M AlhAmfeHcan T. Marshall,, Adams, St. Pete! Tliroj staff

evidence of any crime and can The monthly meeting of the now head basketball .coach at writer; Pnul1\l0hr, St., Pete Ind.
not be so considered either by '
Alumni"Association will be heal:
the the Roosevelt High WPB. pendent staff writer; M. 0.Mllfu ).
police or courts. Saturday Dec. 16 at Mr. and
He Wrote "The Twist"HANK
director of student activities
Mra. Herbert Day's home 3044 William Simmons, head football
Other rulings: NW 49th St. Mr. Walton is urg. BALLARD coach at Tennessee: State I FAMU..

The court struck down a |part ing all members to please! be AMD MIDNIGHTERSfiHimNiaiiiuiiiHiiaiiiHiiiiiK3HiM -- ._ -
of Florida's policy loyalty oath present. THE
for public employes. Justice Pot- Herbert L., Day, reporter
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that the provision is so
vague sUNDAY
A NEW DAY"The DEC 17
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Grambling Prairie THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,
,
FAMU Gets Nat'l Acclaim

View, Tenn. State SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 19'1 PAGE 7

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For Great Classic Display 1.2.3 Spearing with 4 I IIly

For the first time in history, Sports I
Negro teams ranked 1-2-3 in the
WKATHBR MIAMI US
Better Brand of
email college section of the spec. --- HARRY SPEAR --- >
Football TOUGH OPPONENT lal basketball Issue of Sports Il- .. L' _. F. ... _. ____ a_ ____-:::.?.
Observed
lustrated.A "
Miami University has two ma- ,
Dy LEO AR1UBRISTER jor hurdle to cross when they panel of experts for the I am taking this opportunityto know what money ,does.
New York magazine tabbed. Praia mention that Chris Dundee,
The 29th Orange Blossom hit the gridiron against Syracusein Please write to this reporter if
rie View, Grambling and Ten. Angelo Dundee, Duffy Harrington -
has once again broughtto the Liberty Bowl In Philadel-
Classic have questions
State the nation's Jimmy Murray, Evil Ey. you any : you
Miami all the gaiety ,and fes. phia on Saturday. Ernie Davis, nessee as top would like to know and I will
Finkel] Lew Black Sal Durnotte
Helsman'troPhy winner three teams in a pre-season con ,
is
mood of Its renown past.
tlve try to answer them.
Fatso Zuckerman (who la hop
The mad pace of parades, traffic enough to give Miami the jitters sensus. Former heavyweight boxing
No other schools were mentioned ping around minus a leg and om
band playing, ban- and the frigid north is another
Jams champion Joe Louis flew east
of the late Mike Jacobs staff
in the small college forecast.
queta and endless social gath factor to give Miami the shiv- Monday, hoping' to line up a
and others, too numerous
Over 500 teams small- many
erings was evident in a tired but ers. Mira, who la as tropical as a play Sonny Listen bout for his first
appreciative Miami populace after palm tree, will not find the zero college basketball each season, to mention wish all their friends attraction as a Los Angeles
a week long calendar of temperature of the far north to according to the National Collegiate i Merry Christinas and a Happy matchmaker. rI
Classic golngr.ons. j inviting, nor will Miller, who is Athletic Association and New Year, I
MIra's pass receptionist, find it the Natlonaal Association of In. In Louis announced Sunday the '
The record The most improved fighter
easy to hold onto Mlra's pasted tercollegiate Athletics. formation of United World Enterprises
I ooks will re- is none other
which are reputed to be hardest i Grambling, the defending the country- today Inc., an organizationthat
I :ord another vic NAIA champion, and Prairie than Cassius Clay, the heavy.
thrown in college football. wants to stage two title
,ory for the Velw, top-ranked by the Associated weight who needs watching,:; fights here in the sports arenaor
!AMU Rattlers, IJOWLIXU AT Ml LANES Press last season, are mem. from now on lIe is undefeated, Memorial Colllsouin and a
'ut there Is News Realty beat Indepen- bers of the strong Southeastern and in his last two fights'; with series of other top bouts
ome4oUbtvhether dents three games last Thurs- Conference. Alex Miteff and Willie fleas
r it willdaborate day while Wllcon Rentals was Tennessee State will play 13 manoff, he KO'd both of them The organization, headed by
too winning two from Eastern Air major schools this season in an businessman John L. Horn, has
i ouch on the Lines Falcons, all this action was attempt to move into major col- Managers should be carefnl applied for a February sports
I tubborn resistance good enough to reverse the lege ranks and quality for a big when they take on a match for arena date. It hopes to match
a game, standings of the two leaders put NCAA tournament berth. their fighters. If you watchedthe Liston against Eddie Machen, or
.f..t'.tJnQeraog. Jack. ting News at the top of the list. fight on TV last Saturday, Sugar Ray Robinson against
LEO son State team you will understand what I Terry Downes for Downes share
gave to this greatest of all Team standings are: mien by this. As you all! know of the middleweight crown.
Rattler squad. Much credit must News Realty, Wilson Rentals, Support the Fight for Benny (Kid) Paret wee out.
be given to the Rattlers for 12th Frame III Hats, Hot Shoppe, classed by Gene Fullmer and! Let the writer of this column
keeping their unblemished record Hagan and Fonda, American TV, Freedom what a bentlng he took It mltjn also take the opportunity to wish
clean; and likewise much EAL, Olympics, Independentsand have ruined him from now on you all a Merry Christmas and a
praise was given to the great St. Clalrs Cafe in that order Join Your NAACP Benny Is the welterweight Happy New Year It has been a
defensive showing that Jackson champ and Gene the mlddl"- pleasure to write for the Miami
State threw against FAMU, holdIng weight king, They should eta) Times and hope to go on doing
in their own division, but
you eo .
14
this omnipotent team to

for points themselves and pnaftchlng, was a feat 8 points that I -- ....-..,-..-.. -..-...,-::-J:!.".....,..._. _.._._'"'-"-_..,........_,..,.,..--...1

had the 47,791 fans wideeyedwith I


James amazement.Tullis, Miami's gift to STAR MEAT MAK1I

FAMU put on a good show for j
the home folks, taking an in Y
61 yards for the first I
terception touchdown early in the second \ J 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

quarter and seconds later run- -m .
ning off right end for the two .

grand extra points total ,of this scoring being FAMU the t, 1 N; qr a, 1ti ter THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

could muster in the first halt. k

Tullis continuing to lead the .

team, set up the next score witha jL'
52 yard pass to Denson, Tucker -
Fresh Meat-Low Prices :
going over for the final _
touchdown for FAMU. The third
quarter ended with FAMU un- ... \\
scored upon, 14-0, and it lookedas -o o_ '.,.. ,,1.4 \
if their goal' line would not
he crossed. But the All-Ameri
can end, Willie Richardson, was
still to show the kind of play
ing that made him Ail-American 1
for the past three seasons and w 7w
most outstanding player of the
Jackson Tigers In the Orange
Blossom Classic, matching James
Tullis for the same honor of the y wu w
Rattlers. Richardson, collecting r rI
a couple of Curry's passes I
4
brought the score to 148.

It was Interesting to listen to AT KNIGHT BEAT
the many favorable, comment o
the playing calibre of th
Rattlers. Compared with several Tonitc Tomorrow ak-d Sunday
"all-whlte schools, gave them ,
a good chance offensively, but I !
15 16 17
December -
was thought that their defence
would need a little more experl
ence. So the talk of a FAMU
Florida State Classic In not too '.. ,

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PAGE. .8 SATURDAY DECEMBER 16, 1961 'Y-Jew5s"
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: Notice RECTAL DISEASES
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The*Dade County Real Estate Civil Defense Saturday; Dec. 16, ITY
Office Treatment, Low
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afternoon at 4 o'clock at.the- residence Cost The ..WI.... ..d.
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persons interested in real estate, 15JS, SW 1st St. will be served. Come and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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Health, Physical, and

Driver First Ed.Annual at FAMUThe Working H DREAM HOMESVETS ; ,-, -tI---


Conference of Health Physical NO DOWN PAYMENT
Education and Driver Edcationwas
held at Florida A and M
University, Dec. 1.2 with 266 Instructive 22nd Ave. .154th, St. STARTS WEDNESDAY
in attendance, The
"The Meaning of Physical Fit ,
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ness." The keynot speaker for I r,;,: ,
the conference was r, Rewcoe rliE HOllYWOOD YOU'VE NEVER. ql t'r VI ,: ",8
Brown professor of education .
New York University. KNOWN THE WAY'A MOVIE STAR i.' : 1'\ tIJIfANliU&1UMJ
Other consultants were Dr L. c.MAScofaIII:: .
Walker professor of physical LIVED IT AND HOW ', ;;t:. & ., CO1C/11t' ,OL lUttt
education North Carolina College TOW IT! '<.
; Dr| George Anderson associate y.a.. "
executive secretary,
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AAHPER-NEA; Ed Williamson
Zollle Maynard and Tom Seals,
all of the State Department of GEOHGEuci.


; driver health Education.Top photo education physical. shows education attending instruction and the of .: nHAFTarotf' .l1.u. <, ,:,.,':,", /


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dore Primus is district chairman. r-: J '. "'I' ,.
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County Percy Oliver Delegation, North Dade as follows; Rob-: '. \. 1\\\\. ..1'1"\ tI ) 1 Sandra '
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_ Helen ert Wilcox Jackson. B. T.Northwestern Washington;; ? [ I )[ AJlfWJA NICHOlS : \ DEE -

Leo Lillie C,
Thomas Albury '
Evans; Fannie flumes North- w;: M;' .,; KMMQE'8MDDDUEI1-$ [)
___ western; ,Sheba Martin, Dorsey
and state secretary; Harriett
___ Shootes, B. T. Washington; MarIan llIWlEBfWlDE R nJlJUElDm..tRAY/ 11 Y LJttllllJIl SS"*

Davis Allen, Dade,. North Junior Dade College; Carrie and P, '\I'LUS" 2\D FEATVUE-

Verneka Dade Education County Silva Health,Teachers president and Association Physical of "WICHITA" in Color with Joel STARTS McCrea. CHARUS JULIA MEADE-CecJKedjwj DRAKE-YIRGINfA GREY,


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Members of the 1961 graduation class of the Sun- wTHE MIAMI TIMES t... MIAMI FLORIDA
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light' School of Beauty Culture, headed by Mr. and Mrs. : Federal '
D. A. Julius are pictured in caps and gowns after gradu- Credit SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961 PAGE 9 ,

ation exercises at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. One of the Union at Mt. ZionA I
largest classes in the history of the school completed the
course. Students came from all over the State of Florida Federal Credit Union has Give yourself a life I long Christmas present

and many of the islands in the Carribbean. been organized at Mt. Zion Bap For a low down* payment of $20
List Church, The purpose of a
Sunlight SchoolThis \\ey Several hair styles! were glvn I credit union is to promote thrift SUNLIGHT SCHOOL' OF BEAUTY
to the girls who were elatedver among its members, giving thema
their styles.Instruction chance to save systematically, CULTUREThe
la almost the end of the I
term at Sunlight We were proudof in combing and and receive dividends on their South' Loading (School of Cosmetology
our float In the Classic parade caring for their coiffure were I savings. Loans are made to members *
which carried "Miss Sunlight"and v so given. I for provident or productive 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 4-9998
Mrs. Azalee Hunt is shut in :
her attendants, Mesdames
purposes. D23
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Acklna, Doretha Jackson, Hospital east wing
Carrie Daisy Smith, Lasena Riggins N'O. 4. Pay her a visit. ................................................ - - - - -
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and Ella Moncur. All were very ANDREWS' JEWELERS .W'IHH.rr..rI' : t-" t"1t-t .tft'r': rt-- t4Norton'
happy as they rode along with a This week the students and Instructors t
cheerful smile, and waving their EXPERT WATCH AND
have started
a project
hands. Thanks to Mrs. ChristineLice designed to help the young girlsat CLOCK REPAIRS 5 Religious Supplies
and family for the beautiful the Kendall Home with their 40 Yean in Business
design. beauty culture. We are glad to All I
render this type of services. work guaranteed 4421 NW 17th Avenue
Mrs Vera M. Williams' familyfr There will be students from 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
D Palmetto, was here for thewe the school twice a month to FR 34)152REDUCE
kend. Alfronla Owens of give this aid. This PHONE 16357913I
At( ullla, Ga. were also in the gan on Dec. 6. project be ............................................... I
wellS pf ,bNcO .1, ffgb Thanks to our first student (former location 4500 NW 12th Ave.)
ciu. attending a business meet operators, Mesdames A, Holmes, :I
ing and were the guests of R. Wesley and U.l Stevens.>> E Z .
friends who made It pleasant and
enjoyable_ for them.. The students and instructorsare Lose SO pounds weekly. BIBLES, BOOKS, CHURCH SUPPLIES
: delighted In giving basketsof Effective medication, in
groceries and fruits to 'I ,
worthy
Mrs. Hilda Hamilton la home jections. Physician spec
with her daughter Mrs. Ella families for Christmas. We are ializing. MASONIC AND EASTERN STAR SUPPLIES
always cheerful in giving helpto
Moncur after a brief Illness. All the needy ones. FR 3.2748 kit t1! ,D23
studenta/ are looking' forward to 1545 SW 1st St. 4
the Christmas holidays. School Mrs Clara Deveaux of New
will be closed from Dec. 20 to York City, a former Miamian, is 11.11. ll iJlllUJ.I.ili Lt..LiIIJII. lL 11J
Jan 8. We will exchange gifts at matriculating at Sun'ight' for a
our Christmas party on Tuesday post graduate coimo. The seniorsare Fight S
Dec. 19 Thia will climax the making prO rel4H In prepaying TV Service Calls *!."
1961 year at Sunlight. to meet the State Board
next month. A Christmas play .
Three students visited cottage will be sponsored by the studentsthe TSj ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS I'LUS .-" ITALARRY'S
No. 12 at the Children Home in date will be announced later.
Kendall We are happy to see many students
on Dec. 6. There were T.V.
mack In school who were
Mesdameai Georgia Stevens, Al- absent for a some time. :
WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
bertha Holmes ,and Domona; We a- i'qt.!lliiI' ; ll
RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
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the :tl+iks' Grand Tempi The
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA "NEW ELKS"'CEASE
joint statement said: ,
\ PUN PHUN "After PAGE 10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1061fN BUSINESS Pearl Brown, organizer of the

By PHIL OS8OFER 'New Order of Elks' it was
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Philadelphia was announc. agreed to operate as Elks
1 /! ed this week that the "New Elks" Mrs. Brown pointed out that
AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS Dr. Karl Menninger, who is the had ceased to operate and its or the charter of the new group
in ganizer, Mrs. Pearl Brown of was issued to her, and that she
best known psychiatrist
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"IIi: -- 4 America, urges unity between Baltimore, former Grand Treas possessed full authority to take
St. Patrick's Church, Gover. James Alexander Major was clergymen and psychiatrists, say- urer of the Grand Temple of the action to drop the name Elks.
nor's Harbor, celebrated the Centenary Jonvlcted by the unanimous ver. Ing their common purposes is to Improved Benevolent Protective She said that the charter wouldbe
of the Diocese of Nassau diet of a Supreme Court Jury on .help man.I Order of Elks of the World, had < amencded or dropped to avoid
and the Bahamas on Sunday, Nov Nov, 28 for the murder of IvanMclntosh returned to active participationin any future conflict with the
L. Johnson on Sept. 23. The Idling heartily 'agree, because I believe the work of the IBPOEW'a IBPOEW."
Addington
Canon
19.native, and rector of St. Matthew's occurred on Raweon Square in the compatabillty of science Grand Temple. Judge Reynolds and Mrs.
a Parish wa a visitor and AS the result of a childish and religion I look upon The announcement, a joint Smith said that they appreciatedMrs.
the ,morning and even squabble when McIntosh refusedo science as being the discovererof statement coming from Judge Brown's ,spirit of coopera-
preached accept lunch offered him by material truths, while religionIs Hobson R. Reynolds, of Philadelphia tion and that all agreed that the
ing sermons. Major because the latter was the promulgator of spiritual Grand Exalted Ruler of the IBPOEW was our largest and
The church was organized Nov >uylng his own lunch. Major fatally truths. The two may appear to IBPOEW and Grand Patriarch of most powerful fraternal group
26, 1894, and celebrated its anniversary stabbed Mclntosh in the be unrelated, but they are as different the Grand Temple, and, Mrs. and It was of great advantage to
the week before. Mr. jhest and back with an ice pick. links in the chain of humanity Nettie B. Smith, of New York have a united Order of Elks to
George Bethel, who has been Ie was sentenced to the gal- interlocking to bring City, Grand Daughter Ruler of continue services to humanity.
playing the organ for 64 years, iOWS. men together under God

was honored. remarks reminded -
"The Crucified Christ," a life- Dr. Menninger's
me of the words of Dr.J .
Detective Sergeant Paul Rupert James jlze painting Oswald by Rolle 18.year-old, and R. Narot, well known Miami DREAM HOMES

Thompson was promoted to the nounted in St. John's College Rabbi, who, in a letter to the
? rank of inspector of the Crimi- also
editor of a local paper, urg-
nal Investigation Department or .kousanda ports field of, is people.being admired b} 3d unity between the two. This YOU'LL LOVE IT DRIVE OUT

Nov 26. A native of Trinidam, hf ccurred about ten years ago, At
Joined the police force in 1951 James and bls brother, Edison, hat time, I submitted a letter to 22nd Ave. N.W. 154th St
and was among the earlier mem i7, are both artists. He drew that editor, agreeing with Dr,
bers sent to the United Kingdomfor rom the waist down and his Jarot. Here are some of my
special training. He has been Brother drew the upper part ol houghta as published: "Psychia
associated with most of the Im he body. Then they painted the try, in my mind, is an offspringof
portant cases handled by the CID s-ft. high picture In reverse order : religion, and its duty is to A
in the past three or four years. working all day until late '>rIng sufferers of mental disorders
'n the night for four weeks. Both back to religion. It is but a
Reginald Poltler died at the ,)f them plan to further their vessel that carries these unfor
Princess Margaret Hospital aftera jtudiea abroad. tunate souls back to religion"
long illness Dec. 3. He la survived ii
by his wife, Evelyn, three "To those who desire the elimInation ROOTIN'TOOTIN'
daughters, six sons, Cyril and After deliberating for one hour of psychiatry, there Is a
screen star Sidney; three sisters tad 21 minutes on Nov. 30, a way. First: condemn the sin and
Mrs. Josephine Young, Mrs. Supreme Court Jury voted 8 to 4 not the sinner. Second, Judge not
Bloneva Monroe and Mns. Bernice' n a verdict acquitting Ralph Blatch; two brothers, Rev. Harry nowles on four charges of fal- others as you would be treated. .
two brothers, the Rev. Harry ..Iflcation of accounts and two of Only then will psychiatry be unnecessary
Poltler and Gladstone Poltler Healing. ,Kn-owles is a former ."
,ub.postmaster at the Mackey
street Sub-Station and Psychiatry, though a material
was alleged
Thomas William Tal bot to have science, is permeated with the r
committed the
"Stokes" Thompson was con- theft while he in spiritual, for it acts through the t
was charge.
victed of manslaughter by a Supreme mind. Because of this, I believe 'WINEDRINK
Court Juryfl 11.1 on Nov. j it will eventally become an Inv
24 in the killing of his ,best Charles Finlay, 33, a post of portant factor in removing ir-
friend and handyman, Alton flee employee, was not as religion, for when the mind is
Best, on the night of Sept. 14 "lucky" as Knowles. Charged dispelled of its fears and doubtsit
He was sent to prison for five with stealing nine postal packets, becomes fertile ground for the jrti
years. he pleaded guilty and was sent seed of the sower of whom Jesus
to Jail for 15 months. spoke in His parable.Announcement.
The trial lasted four days and
the courtroom was crowded each

day. The verdict of the Jury The death sentence against II..............I"'"II......
came as a surprise as there wasa Charles William Allen was com
question alt to whether Thompson muted to life imprisonment on
knew that he was shootingat Nov. 30 by the Governor Allen Miss Dollle Hunter, formerly
the police when Best was was convicted on Nov. of the of Dolly's Beauty Shop, Miami, Fastest Drink '
shot or at burglars an he alleged. murder of Branhllda Whyms Is operating at Rosary Beauty 'I,.
who was shot through an open Salon, 1488, NW 71st St. For
Thompson was accused also of in the West
window of her house appointment call OX 19845. .
operating a lottery, but he de
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passed! some of the women in the The Wild Drink

large crowd wept. Sister Belle in the

George Rolle and Joseph Can AgainIs
ter of Mastic Point, Andros, ,
have been reported missing. The Big Square Bottle

men went fishing In nlne.foot here to help you with your spiritual problems,
dinghy on Nov. 22 and had not
been seen since A search by whatever they may' be-business, money and success. Produced by Comstock Vintners

plane was r futile She will tell you anything you wish to know. One J San Francisco, Calif.

The African Methodist Episco- visit will prove that she is not a fast schemer a* you 20% by volume

pal Church will hold its annual have found others to be. She will help you solve all I
conference in Nassau on Dec 16,
17. The Rt. Rev. S. L. Greene of your problems. There is nothing too impossible A SMOOTH WINES

D.D., LL.D., la Presiding Bishop with God.
and the Rev. C. B. Jones pf

Emmanuel AME Church is host You may see her from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. Daily
pastor The Rev. S. A. Cousin of

Miami arrangements.was here Pres.to W.help B.make Stu. Located at 612 NW 5th Avenue GOLDER SPUR

art and a singing group from Ed.
ward Waters College Jacksonville Phone FR 3.5874
will be present About 600

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961 PAGE 111 Broward Money For

.... .. ".. Choral ConcertOn
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; **wwwWw\ County Foster KidsThe '
Monday, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m.
IiL FREEDOM'S ROADBy State of Florida Welfare Dooker T. Washington High
News Public Assistance. Doard, District School will present its choral

By RUTH PERRY 9, Dade County, through its society in concert in the audl-
ByWalter member Mrs. H. II. Green, torlm.
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the flu bug attacks loyal to persons and buslnees! places for slon will be Misses Gloria ,Mitchell -
members of the NAACP as wellas remove doubts to rights of vw w ,.p..ouo wvwwww cash donations to the "Toy for Theresa Lewis and Bar.
passengers and obligations of Christmas Project" for the
bara Howell.
others I was unable to attend carriers. On August 15, the Commission Star Light Lodge No. 642 will I children In foster homes:
the mass meeting honoring found that in a "sub- turn out on Sunday !in W e s t Local artists wilt appear also.
Father Theodore Gibson How. stantlal part of the United States Hollywood, The parade will Roy ,Drown, Mm. L. M.,, Can' Donation is requested durIng
ever, I have heard very favor many Negro Interstate. leave the Masonic Temple on trell J. C. Chandler R. C, Cole- i the offertory.I.
able reports. ers are subjected to racial passeng Pembroke Road between 1 and man, Connie Farmer, Mla Sum.
regation in several forms. On seg 1:30 p.m. for the church. Farrington, Maynor Hall, Sum. Future Designers
AFTKUMATH OF MEETINGI ve- ner Hutchlnson, Garth Reeves
hicles, they continue to be sub The regular meeting of S tar ,
understand that although the jected to segregated seating bas. Light Lodge will be held Friday Dennis Smith, Mrs Detty Telley,
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas Mrs. Serena Fashion Sip Sun.
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attendance was email! (due In ed upon race. In many motor Dec. 15, 8 p.m. All mem.
to other affairs passenger terminals bens, please be present. Williams, Tal Fulana Darket
so
large part many Negro interstate Market
Clyde Kllllns, Samuel The Future Designers of Ml-
going on around town) the passengers are compelled Moncur, William (Dill) Sawyer, ami invites to attend their
enthusiasm was great and the to use eating, rest room and oth- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elmore of and you
Downtown Darber Shop. Third Annual Fashion Sun'
er terminal Tltusville were down tor the SiP
contributions added to a facilities which
up
very are
nice sum. udge Delany gave a (segregated" Classic. They also visited their The'grand total was 169.50. day, Dec. 17 from 4 to 6 p.m.
fine speech and Father Gibson brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Those donating toys were at the James E. Scott AudltorL
spoke of his appearence before HULINGS OX ICU and Mrs. Walter Dowe. Thomas (Slim) Bannister, Earl urn, 7226 NW 22nd ave.

the Supreme Court of the United Beginning Nov. 1, 1961, in Edwards and the Storkland Dis
States. It surely must have : terstate buses were required to The CWH Fire Department count Store.
been a thrill for Father Gibson I display a sign stating: "Seating meets Monday night, Dec. 18, at Serving gratis were Freddie FOR SALE
to be present at a session of the aboard this vehicle Is without the Chamber of Commerce Dryant, Harold Mitchell and
Supreme Court and to Look upon regard to race color, creed or Building All members are ask. Mrs. Harold Jenkins NEW HOME
the men who personify the dig. national origin, by order of the ed to be present. The expenditure is $27.13; $20
pity and wisdom of our nation's Interstate Commerce Commission. for a bicycle, $6.13 for a doll I
highest tribunal.It ." Beginning Jan 1, 1963, Tho Attucks Eagles basketball and $1,00 for delivery service. Direct from builder
interstate butt tickets must carry team defeated the Northwestern This leaves a balance of o2.37 1073 NW 64th St.
must have made Father a similar statement. Dulls 42.41 In Attacks' gym last for other purchases for the
Gibson' very proud to be In week, children. Open Sunday 4-6 p.m.
Washington; and it must have Terminal facilities under the
made him thankful that his case prescribed rules, may not be utilized !- Dental Office Opened GLAPPKR CONST. COUP.
was chosen to be tried. It is a by interstate buses unless a
long way from Miami Florida to sign is posted stating, "Public Dr. Alfred Geronermu RUG CLEANERExpert

Washington, D. C., but the roadto Notice: Regulations Applicable Dr. Clement Geroneimu Atlantic ManorThe
to Vehicles and and
freedom Is an even longer Terminal Facilities rug carpet
road, or perhaps I should say of Interstate Motor Common Announce the opening of cleaning in your home, at
the road to freedom has been an Carriers of Passengefe, by orderof office for the practice ofdentistry Work best apartment house
common sense rates.
the ICC. The report con. in offers
even longer road. For the courage town
tlnues: "If the at 15035 NW 22nd done.
carrier volunteers beautifully
of Father Gibson and of Choice 1 bedroom 'apartmen
to make' tlm services available Ave. Opa Locka. Office
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others like him who have daredto
stand up for justice and free- and those actually furnishing the I hours 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 Ike's Carpet Cleaning I Choice one bedroom
dom, has shortened the distance. services acquired and cooperate Monday thru Satur- Service Apartment
in this p.m.
undertaking! the services
And today the end of the road
Id almost in sight, thanks to the must be furnished" without dis day, Wednesday and Thursday 364 NW 10th Et. Good tenant only
fortitude and bravery of all crImination 8:30 a.m. to 12 I I
noon.D16 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
freedom fighters, I!i The rules also require inter- FR 9-2134

TW! ICOAlthough I| state bus operators to report to
the ICC any interference with
the Interstate Com the observance of the regulations
coerce Commission prescribedrules The Commission realized ti .

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961CARDSMEMORIAL5 House of Albert iILTTrs

DEATH$' Tony' Victor McPherson, 2 year

old son' of Mr. and Mrs. Alphon-
I; : so MoPherson of 6517 NW 13th
place died Dec- 6 and was funeral *
bed from the chapel Dec. 13,
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nCARD .
I.
Rev. O. E. Turner officiated.

OF THANKSMrs. IN MEMORIAMIn JacI son Ritey of:23 73' W. 6lh

Nannie Williams, wife of court, Hialeah, "-wa*' the late Mr. Albert William loving memory of our' arrival at Jackson rBbgpftal on 5. She is survived by two sons,
wishes to thank her kind friends darling wife, mother; sister and Dec. 7. He is .survived by a son, a sister,. Mrs. DelorES Felton
and neighbors for their cards, daughter, Patterson. Final rites were con- with whom she lived at 1719 NW
telegrams, flowers and donations. ducted Sunday in Forest, Miss. 153rd St., an uncle and a
Special thanks to Elder and Services were conducted Dec. 9
Mrs. Samuel McIntyre, also Mrs. Lovie Plttmon of 2155 in Greater New:' Bethel Baptist I
Francis Funeral Home. NW 5th ave., died Dec. 9. She Church. :
ia ;:
May God bless each and every was a native of Shellman, Ga., i ;
one. Again I say thank. 4 and had lived in Miami for 30 Henry M.. Vaughn of 125 NW
Mrs. Nannie Williams years. She is survived.: by her 7th St., died pec. 6. Services

mother, Mrs. Roxie Thomas anda were held Dec. 11: in the chapel
IN MEMORIAMIn ,dear friend, Simmie Reaves. with Rev. F. L. Smith official
Chapel services. were conducted ing. His survivors include a sister -
memory of the late Wednesday.. Mrs. Eva Washington pi Ft. l a J

...:: .,..<.............. Lauderdale; thrffb nieces, including ----
Mrs. Mary' B. Dickens of 2218 Mrs. Afzulu Johnson and Mrs. Lillian Johnson, a well
; W. 6th court, Hialeah died Dec. tour nephews known beautician of 1530 NW
10. Mrs. Dickens came to Miami '
8:15
63rd St., died Wednesday
more than 37 years ago from Mr. Josephine 'Cartwright of a.m., Dec. 13 in Jackson Memo
Hemingway, S. C. She la surviv. died Dec. 7. after periodof
935 NW 63rd St., rial Hospital a long
s. a ed by a son, George' Taylor, a She l leaves to morn her husband, illness. She was a member of
grand-daughter, Janlta Bates, Edward, mother, Mrs. Carrie St. Veronica's Guild of St.

and two grandsons, Earnest Tay. Bunton of 'JacKSon, Miss., a son, Agnes Episcopal Church, Beauticians -
Services
Luther
and
lor Braggs.
two sisters', a brother. A well Unit No. 7 and PallBearers
will be conducted in the chapel)
known Miamian,' she was funer. Lodge No. 13.
j at 10 with the
Saturday a.m.
alized Dec. 13 at Ebenezer Funeral services will be held
Rev. M. J. Fayson officiating.
st Methodist Church, Rev. Aaron Monday' morning, Dec. 18 at 11
Mrs. Dickens 1&i now in repose at '
i the funeral home. :Hall, pastor. o'clock from St. Agnes Church,
': -- Fr. John E. Culmer officiating
M. S. Allen Funeral Home in
NEVELYN BELLAMYwho I Mrs. Georgia Jordan of 1766 Mrs. Charity Horton who resided charge.
,, NW 152nd Terr., Opa Locka,
at 312 NW 14th St. and
V. departed this life on De. Survivors inolludie Mrs. Della
: Er died Dec. 12. Mrs Jordan wasa
who died Dec. 7 is survived by
ember 17, 1956. B. Carey, mother; Ivan and
native of Louisville Ga. and
,
her mother Mrs. Carrie Marshall
Fred McCaskill Mrs.
Gone, but not forgotten. sons;
lived in Miami for a number of
rhere's an open door at the end of' Hawklnsville, Ga., a Emily' C. Thomas: sister; John
Her survivors Include '
of the road years. a daughter, Mrs. Corine Stuckey, Johnson, father; Nora and Mae
son, Robert Jordan, four daugh
Through which each must go ters Mesdames < two brothers, six sisters includ. Johnson, sisters; ,Charlie and
Fannie Mack, I
Mesdames Alice Andersonand
ing
alone, Walker Everette Johnson, brothers.
Sally Bell Rawllng and
;
And there in a light we cannot Lula Nelson six Leila Napper, and two The body will be at the home

.m..m..". ..'"'.."m 'nw..' ...W'.'m.n.,_w'....','.'...., ''''''.,n see. I and two great, grands.grand children Services grandchildren, Services will be from Sunday 9 p.m. until 6:30:
,MRS. OPHELIA McKINNEYwho Our Father claims His own. will be held this Saturday' at 1p.m. conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Monday' morning.
the chapel. She will lie in
Ernest Bellamy. repose
departed this life December in Greater New Bethel Bap-
from 4 p.m. Friday.
25, 1955. tist Church, with Rev. W. K.
It is not all of life to live, CARD OF THANKSThe Smith officiating. Mrs. Jordan is Francis .
Nor ,all of death to die; now on view in the chapel. Clifford Bates of 909 NW 7th
It Is' but the passing from Ave., died Dec. 10: His survivors Grant O. Chambers Jeffrey of
This life to one beyond the sky. family of the late Charlie C. Miles of 3238 NW are his widow, Essie Mae, a sister 1437 NW 1st place, died Dec. 8.

The golden gates will openA 50th St., died Dec. 13. Mr. Miles Mrs. Lucinda Evans and a Services were held In the chapel
gentle voice said come, and came to Miami 17 years ago I niece. Services were held In the Dec. 13 with Rev. Sims officiat

with farewell unspokenYou from Loranger, La., and was a I chapel 'Dec, 14, I ing. Survivors Include his moth.
calmly entered home. member of Greater Bethel AME r er, Mrs. Flossie< LaW! of Charleston
Your loving daughter Church. He is survived by his Heights, S. C., father and
Frances A. McKinney, R.N. :: mother, Mrs Laura Milton his Edward M. Ferrell wags burnedto other relatives.
step.father, Woodrow Wilson death Dec. 10 in his home at
IN MEMORIAMIn and two brothers Landry' and 2216 W 6th Ct., Hialeah. He is Eugene F. Smith of 1145 NW
Henno Wilson. Services were survived by-a son, Edward Jr., 4th ave., died Dec. 12. Arrange'
sad but loving memory ,of conducted Friday at Bethel. a daughter, Mrs. Catherin ments are incomplete. Survivors
my dear husband and father, Final rite will be conductedthis Hartley, two sisters, a brother include his wife, Leona; two
......- ::-.r:: .' "'t'f"""" '4 ; : Sunday at 3 p.m. In' Mam- nine grandchildren and 13 great daughters, Mns. Thelma Lewis
; mond, La. grandchildren. Services Will be and Miss Ida Smith a on Alfred .
conducted ..ln the chapel Satur. of Ft. Lauderdale; three
Gene Robert Galloway of 6050 day at 4:30 p.m. He will be on sisters Mrs. Esnie Mae Mackey

I NW 20th ave., was the victim of view I in, the. chapel from 5 p.m. and Mrs. Willie Bell Ui pshaw of

9 ,; ,. an accident on Dec. 10. He ti Friday.; Ft. Gaines, Ga. and Mrs. Marie
survived by his parents Mr and Grant of Albany, Ga., two
I Mrs Eugene Calloway, five sis- brothers, Sylvester Smith of New-
Harold "Bull" Moss of 7321NW
tens and two brothers ark, N.J. and Marcella Smith of
17th courtdied in his
ters and two brothers. Chapel Ft. Gaines, seven! grandchildrenand
services will be conducted this home Dec. 11, Surviving are his other relatives.
Saturday at 4 p.m. Little Gallo father, Ernest, a)sister, three

{ way' Is now In repose in the brothers, two aunts and two :::::::::: ::;;;;
chapel. uncles He will be funeralized in
the chapel Saturday, the time to Quality
be announced, and will be in repose -

NATHANIEL DAIIVILLE CARD OF THANKS in the chapel 3 p.m. Friday. Photography

wish to thank the many relativesand ......
friends for their condolence -
cards, telegrams and their kind IN MEMORIAMIn
gestures of sympathy rendered
during our hour of bereavement. 'lr' loving memory of the late<<:, f

Special thanks to my priest, MRS. DELLA THOMAS
Father< Elisha Clarke and wife
.___ __ for their comforting, spiritual The family of the late who departed this life world Into -

BISHOP THEOPHILUS words. To the ladies of my guild, : PE&RUE 'FELDER eternity' December 19, 1958.
HUNTERwho St. Elizabeth for their wonder MRS. Three ;years have passed since

departed this life December ful.,kindness. To my next door LOGAN you left us. Sweet memoriEs

18, 1958. neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Felix takes this method of expressing still linger in the hearts of thoue
His life is a beautiful memory Johnson, whose kindness would its sincere thanks and appreciation who were so close to us. Thereare
His absence Is a silent grief, never be forgotten and the other to the many friends who vacant places in our homes .
He sleeps in God's lovely neighbors of 74th Terr. To my were so kind during its hoursof which can never be filled.
garden.In cousins, Mrs Olivia Tinker and bereavement. Sady missed by ;your loved

sunshine and perfect peace Mrs. Maude Andrews for their Special .,thank to the Rev. E. ones, i Johnson of Miami,
Sadly missed by, constant vigil at my vide duringmy T. Brown, pastor of Trinity' Mrs. Lylla Gary,
Letchia Hunter, wife hour of bereavement. To the CME Church, and his congregation granddaughterMrs. 409 N.W. 17th Street
Children, relatives, friends Range Mortuary' for their efficient for their very sympathetic Althmease Brown, Phone FR 7-2294
granddaughterAnd -
service. service, the members of the
: CARD OF THANKSThe Sleep on dear husband we Royal 20's Woman's Club of Co Family! ..4 -:: :: ::.:;= :: -:: 7 :::

love you, but Jesus loves you conut Grove, for their untiring -
family' of the late, best. gestures during her illness and

MR. OSCAR BRENNAN Mrs. Darville and Children death, to all others for their SERVICE CALLS REASONABLE-$1.00
wiah to express thanks and ap kind expressions of sympathy,
r predation for the many kind and the Bethel Williams Funer.
gestures of sympathy shown during KNIGHT'S TV
al Home for its efficient service.
its hours of bereavement. CARD OF THANKSThe Thanks again for your cards,
Special thanks to the Range flowers RADIO TV HI-FI
letters telegrams cars -
Funeral Home, Rev. I. C. Mick- family of the late, and all other kind gestures of
Ins and members of Mt. Olivette God's richest d'"*:. ,.* .
sympathy. May
Baptist Church. MRS. VERNEL TILLMAN blessings be with you always. 30 Years in Miami

The Family wishes to thank Rev. and Mrs. ,Mrs. Carrie Bryant,

Shlpp, Rev. and Mrs. Swain, daughter CLAY KNIGHT Prop.
IN MEMORIAMWherein Deacon and members of the New ,Mrs. Roate Bryant, ,

it has pleased 'Almighty Mt. Morlah Baptist Church, their daughter
1345
N.W.188th
God to take from our neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Didell, Street NA 4-0834

midst my beloved husband and 'friends, the PTA of PotncL.
WILLIAM E. RODERTS ana Elementary School' for IN MEMORIAMIn

who departed this life Dec. 19, flowers, cards, calls, cars, money,
1950. food and for any' kindness ren sad but, loving memory of DREAM
May' the perpetual light shine dered In any way. Last but not my' dear husband, the late, HOMES
him, and may he rest in least, many thanks to the House REV. E. S. HENRY i
upon of Albert and their fine person. who passed December 13, 1954 ,
peace.\Sadly Amen.missed by' his dear wife nel. at 11:16 p.m. TAKE THE FAMILY THIS WEEKEND '*
May God bless and keep each May ho rest in peace and light

and relatives.And Louise Family Roberts,' wife of you.The Tilluian Family perpetual Violet shine Henry upon, wife him. 22nd Ave. N. W. 154th St. t







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Sewing, itfAftTEO alterations or/ ,-- MIAMI, FLORIDA ,
ClassifiedFOR slttU g.. NE s 4.4183 6r ] 16, 1961 PAGE 13
59th St. Miss Tayltir, :
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TUTOR,FoR 4th grade ,. ._,. JI.\:: .,

RENT FR 3-9417. apt. 112. Home In 1902.,' i ::: :i,

CHILD CAIIE I/-. .
3BEDROOM HOME. Enclosed DAY AND NIGHT : :,
porch, hot and cold water. 7119 1622' NW 65th St' ; -fir .. r
NW 20th ave. OX 1-6576.. Mr.
Dawklns. OPEN FOR YOURINSPECTION l FHA Terms .' Ji

FURNISHED" GARAGE APT. ;per Mo'-Price $14,500
:
Free lights, hot and cold water. This nicely
2129 NW 57th St. bedroom 'home. M FHA Terms

SMALL* FURNISHED room In payments $64.56. per Mo.-Price $11,500 _
quiet home. Senior male pre See property 1261 NW
ferred. Reasonable rates. FR See :
96202. property : FHA"'Term
*
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1261 NW 44th St.
ROOMING HOUSE for rent. Will Sat.. Dec. 16., Sun. per Mo.-Frice" $10,000
sell furniture cheap. Fit 32940. Frank J.':
Wead, TO CHOOSE FROM
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CLEAN; FURNISHED rood with MU 1.3302
all .modern conveniences including ONLY 1"
,cooking. In quiet place
Call OXROOM 1.48641 FOR SALE -0- .

for a lady 6r mad at New Hdm6 Reduced $ REALTY ;
5710 4-8455.NW nth AvS. or phone 3.btidt n1'. 2 baths, ....w. ,

NB : age, built iri kitchen 7th Avenue
FURNISHED 2 bedroom lth ise. wood floors. low ddWn '
Ideal location, 727 NW 64th St. m ni. PL 44853

PL 90792. Open Sun. 1-S .:....

1 BEDROOM APT.. 826 NW I. Gordon
56th St. Adults. NA 44084.
.3011 NW 52nd St. ;
LOW
RATES
ROOM in private home. FR MO 5.6870
37830. I
and 1 & 2 BEDROOMS
1 BEDROOM Corner Apt. Adults
only. 5815 NW 12th Ave.
indf or Unfurnished

LOOKING FOR a nicely fur
ELECTRICITY
nished room with cooking privileges TREMENDOUS -
in quiet place. Call OX GAS
14864 22nd Ave.

_... .. WATER
1 BEDROOM APT. Gas and I -"-- I OR Ir "
water free. $20 weekly $75 o
BOYS 1 !
monthly. 1076B NW 64th St.
rear on three bus lines near
Orandway, 22nd Street

EXTRA-LARGE furnished room Mother l let your boy
for a nice couple and 1 child will 377-4149
be accepted or single man. NE Apply 4 p.m., corner near building
3-8746, 1831 NW 49th St.

PRIVATE HOME has room for 636 if'Y
nice respectable working person; _... '" _.
OX 6-2421.
CUT OUT THIS ADI!

LOVELY 2 BEDROOM Apt.
across from Booker T. Washing j
ton High School. 1147 NW 6th NEW FOR SALE I
Ave. Call Mrs. Ware. CE 5.4606.
BEAUTIFUL Sold 35
apt Refrigerator 1-bedroom, and Unfurnished We Specials. Drive by', then come;

stove.43285. 1462 NW 63rd St. NA help you with the financing
I>16 See 3062

BEDROOM HOUSE. Fla. room, Open .-
Jalousled! porch. $25 week. Also
1 bedroom house Lights, water
$1,500 down
furnished! 2220 NW 61st St $500 CASH
'
MU 15740. D16 home on corner lot.

$400 down-$71.92. Mo.
BEAUTIFUL
1 bedroom, unfurnished Mil
apt. Refrigerator and $400 down-$68.95 Mo.
stove. 1462 NW 53rd St. NA 7287 '
43285. D16 $400 down-79.52 Mo.

Phones MO 'J
3-ROOM cottages, stoves and $500 down-$74.90 Mo.
water furnished. $10 weekly.
569- NW 8th St. FR 7-2902. t $400 down-$76.13 Mo.

ROOM HOUSE. Furnished. $14 $300 down-59.02 Mo.
weekly. Call E.. Picard Rental
Agency, FR 72902. Spend $500 down-$83.00 Mo.
( ., carport)
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment -
Down $995 down
large rooms stove, re
frigerator, 4190 NW 82nd Ave. home)

LOWEST RENT In town. 2- Nothing more to pay. $600 down
bedroom" apartment. $1$14-.2200 .1, I right in)
>NW 47th St.FOR.


5123 NW 33rd << homes In the $200
SALE I Down I

'2743 NW 58th St. 2 bedroom 2252 NW t
frame house lImitable for 5 persons -
Only $65 down,.$66 month NW 67th
ly. Price $12,400. Owner 1120 2930 in the Liberty City area
SW let St.
2362 NW 55th and Sunday tool
$500 DOWN. No closing costs. __!St"_.l.lta Bgfmgfg. **

NW FHA 44th mortgage St. NE $10,450.48716. 1364 1980 NW 47th -......-....


LIKE NEW play pen, bathlnett, 16400 NW 22nd AVE.
carriage, stroller, carbed" and Inc.
seat, walker and etc. Also nice
clothing. See" Sat. 2-4 p.m. 1168 Many ,
NW 51st St. or PL 1-3360 for LT.fli i,w r'l A- 1i ,
appointment.CBS .
PL 7.2559

][
HOUSE. Oak floors, on
large corner lot with fruit and
palm trees. 1451 NW 43rd St. II i largest real estate office
$800 down. t Liberty City

2 BEDROOM Fla. room, CBS. \
$35* down. $66.87 month, 1370
.NW &2nd St. ,_ .. ,



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Miami Issues New

.:' HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS Attractive Guide NEED$25 MONEY to $600 ,


In Greater Miami Call PL 8.3653
ZBS -- c -:-.:: :- 7..:: v rythlnf
from A to Z in this cue, art
Nat'l ScholarshipTests THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA, galleries to zoos is represented IDEAL LOAN
in the Miami Publicity De
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961 partment's colorful new 32.page 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.

Here Dec. 15 directory-map-brochure, now -..-....-...................--.....

Washington, D, C. Eleven '20,000 More Negroesin Negro Students available Titled "Guide upon request.to a Thousand

Howard University examinersthis attractive booklet
Pleasures, the
: Beautiful Home
University's week begin 1961.62 administeringthe Nation.al Mixed Schools Urged to Apply: ", features 42 full color pictures of Your on
nearly every' point of interest in Lot

Competlttxe Scholarship school students Ex. Nashville, Tenn. Nearly To U. of F. M the area, plus a comprehensive
to high
aminatlon list of all tourist attractions, and
2Q,000 more Negroes are attend- ;
the a
nation In 82 cities throughout ing desegregated schools in the The University of Florida includes locations of sports ( % tr

David W. Brown, assistant director South this year than were en chapter of the Americans for events.
of admissions, will con. rolled in them last May a new Democratic Action is appealingto Prospective visitors and residents
duct the examination at DTW statistical summary of the South qualified Negro students to may obtain the brochure
Education Reporting Service free I of charge by writing to the
High School on Friday, Dec. 16. orn enroll in the undergraduateschool
said Monday. at Gainesville. It invites publicity, department, 320 NE 5th
This year's program will In. But the summary added that inquiries from teachers of Negro'high St., Miami.
volve students representing more the 233,509 Negroes now in bi- schools who. would be willing Municipal auditoriums, race Complete Building Service

than 400 high schools. Some racial schools in 17 Southernand to select promising students tracks, beaches, prime fishing
3,500 pupils In 27 states and border states plus the Dies and assist them in filling out spots, golf courses, parks anything e PLANNING
the District of Columbia are ex. trict of Columbia comprise only forme, etc. An informational under the bright Miami e BUILDING
pected to take the examination, 7.13 per cent of the region's : folder supplying all necessary area sun-are pictured on an e FINANCING

which will provide scholarships Negro enrollment material, will be sent on re. 8% by 19 inch fold.out map, Your Ntw Home
totaling nearly $100,000 begin- quest Address: Americans for which also shows main traffic
ning In September, 1962. Of this : Democracy Action, Box 8016, arteries and causeways.The .
number approximately 100 students J. W. JOHNSONThe No Down
University Station, Gainesville i brochure features 46 main
will be'! awarded grants. To
students of James W. Fla. headings that Include about 250
than 1,000 students PaymentOver
date more Johnson gave basket of grocer. individual listings of things to do
have received scholarships thru If student desires '
ies to needy families in the com- a to apply and places to visit in the Greater
the NCSE program since It be. munity on Thanksgiving. The for spring enrollment, requests I Miami-Miami Beach area. Twenty Y..r. of

gan in 1940. children responded to this pro. for information and application I Construction' kxp rl.no.
An attractive souvenir of a
blanks should be sent
immediately
The examination will be administered ject with such enthusiasm. The to the office of the Registrar I pleasant vacation, plus an inval Guaranteed 8atl.faetloeQaoa '
of the East, baskets were received most graciously
in most uable aid in planning activities
U. of F. The deadline for
South, Midwest and Western receipt of completed forms is I while here the new booklet is l
portions, of the United States. The PTA, under the leader- expected to be a boon to all who
Howard University examiners ship of its president, Mm. J. R. Dec. 29. use it. (!)r Q 97a
conducting the tests are Dr. Bowens, sponsors a birthday
Winston K. McAllister, directorof party each month for children If you know anyono who is a TV NOT WORKING Fre estimate PL 1-3604
admissions; James L. Cary, as born In that month. The party possible candidate for admis. if you live in Liberty City
sociate dean of students; DavidW. for students born In December : slon, be sure to encourage him or Brownsville we will repairon Mum
Drown, assistant director of was held after school in the' to apply. credit. Pay weekly Rowing 888 N.E. 79th St.
admissions, Harry A. Meisel, as I| school's cafetorium 'on Monday, TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave. OX
sistant dean of students; JamesS. j Dec. 11. A very happy birthday If it is too late to consider enrollment 19426. ,ndf 4

Burton, assistant director of party was enjoyed by all Ice for the spring semester, .
admissions; J. C. James directorof cream, cake and cookies were -'-l'CoreCraft'-- _. --- -- I
start making plans now for fall, -==::"9-- J
admissions; Mrs. Marian V served.
Coombs, director of the Office of Some students are participating 1962 The ADA members will do
Student Placements; Ernest J. in a Christmas scene project all they can to make Negro stu- School for Nurse's AidsTen

Wilson, foreign student advisor: sponsored by the Hialeah-Miaml dents feel welcome on campus

Charles H. Bush, supervisor of Springs Chamber of Commerce .............................................? Weeks Course Day and Evening Classes
off.campus housing; Walter J. Many schools in this area are

Hawkins, administrative assistant participating. Gift Certificates ANDREWS' JEWELERS Enroll! now for classes forming first week in January
to the foreign student ad- will be given to the schools
visor and Edward R, McDaniel of EXPERT WATCH AND
whose projects are judged beet. Have
the University Counseling Ser These projects are located in CLOCK REPAIRS a Lifetime Profession

f vice.Among various stores in the main shop. 40 Years In Business
scholarships to be ping centers of these area TheJ. All work 1711 West Flagler Street
guaranteed
awarded result of
as a this W. Johnson's project is Jocat.
year's NCSE program will be approximately ed to have such a leader as Mrs. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. FR 9-7357
15 valued at $1,000a 140 Westward Drive In Miami FR 3.0152
year, and some 50 valued at

$500 a year. A substantial num Springs.We would !like to ''pause here ............................................N : t' : _-::: -_'-' ,. _. ._.

ber of tuition scholarships will to salute our principal. Mrs. .:..1: I:! ..a.f_!:!__ ., .... _. .. ___ __ _
be awarded. Sixty-four win. ---- --- :T- Ri-
selected the Womanof
nets of $1,000 and $600 schol. Primus was

arships are currently enrolled at Unlimited the Month Magazine.for November The article by For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED
Howard as a result of last year'sprogram.
told something of her life and
.
experiences. We are very honored
Langston McKinney and Re-
leader at Mrs. I I
to have such a
glna Jolllvette of Miami were
Primus serving our community.The .
winners last year from Miami.
faculty and students invite -
you to attend its annual : .AMT

BETHUNE ELEMENTARY Christmas Play The play depicts
Christmas in many foreign lands.
Brownie Troop 137, Mrs. W. Come and see what your child.
Johnson, sponsor, has been ren can and are doing. The play RENTALAGENCY
working diligently In preparing will be held at the New Mt. Zion
gifts for their parents and Baptist Church 500 West 23rd

friends for the approaching hol St., Monday, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m.
idays. Officers of this group. are
as follows: Patricia Jennings, ELEMENTARYA J
chairman; Audrey Campbell sec DUNBAR 4 Inc.

retary,' Romona Thomas, trea. very special Christmas program
surer; Cherye Olliff, assistant will be offered at the December ,

treasurer. I I PTA meeting re. .
Congratulations are extended scheduled for Monday, Dec. 18 at a The
I largest collection
Mr. and Mrs Caleb (;,\sby upon 7:30 in our cafetorlum. Miss Anna and rental
arrival of Caleb la chairmanfor ::4
the recent a son Grace Sweeting
Crosby II. Mrs. Crosby is a the occasion which will be a -c11 agency in the South; operating in

teacher of the second grade. surprise feature for all parentsin .
Mrs. Bernice T. Johnson, first attendance Other numbers included Dade and Broward Counties'
grade, is now recuperating nicely a Christmas Carol read
following surgery at the Mt. ing group directed by Mrs. Boy. { I Negro
Sinai Hospital. ere Do come out to. this last PTA Housing area
j. F. FIERY
meeting of 1961. We offer our
Mrs Thelma North, secretary:! best wishes to Mr and Mrs. Don. t District
i too, I Is improving after a recent. aid Hall whose marriage was ManagerMANAGING
t illness The entire Bethune Elementary
r colemnized during the Thanks
family is wishing for giving holidays. Mrs. Hall, one AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
them n most speedy recovery and
versatile teacherswas
of
our
quick to thwr posts. 10,000 HOUSING
a return the former Betty Ingrabam- UNITS

We extend deepest and heartfelt Marke.
sympathy to Mrs. Mary T. One result of our Drum and Bonded also has FREE employment service for

Hopklne and her family upon Buble Corps': Orange Blossom
the untimely death of her Classic Parade activity has beento Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Dickens use the group to help our
who received burn when her children enter the building in
house was demolished by fire, the mornings. It was truly added .

Sunday, Dec. 10. smartness to the entrance f Mr 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO
SERVE YOU
Mason has charge of the group.

The December meeting of the Cherry Anna Mills will becoming e 2060 N.W. 75th 8T ............ PL 8.9827 e 17.125 HOMESTEAD
PTA will be held Tuesday Dec. home this week from AVE.PerHne .

19 at 8 p.m. in the cafetorlum. Paul Quinn College with her e 3801 GRAND AVE. .._..?.. III 5-1881 ........ CE 5.8553
Patrons of Bethune are urged to godparents, Bishop and Mrs. e 1010 N.W. flth ST.

attend this meetltig. William Ball e 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. .._... NE B-8400
The Safety Patrol of Bethune Happy birthday to our Decem- Ft. Laudrnlale ........ JA 4.8857

participated ,in the recent: Orange ber people, Dec. G, Mrs. Janie e 1075 N.W. 02nd ST. ............ OX 1-4423 e 830 IMMMOXDXTLLE RD.
Blossom Classic Parade under Flowers! Dec. 12, Mesdames ,
Pompano __....... WB
I the supervision' of Mr. Willie via Higgins and Addle ; ) e 1103 N.W. Rrrt AVE ...N... FR 8.8410 88235
p 1, 'Vr1Sht.f Dec. 13, Mrs. Carmetta SYI.I; J 14400 N.W. 22nd AVE.

f, > Bethune extends wishes to Dec. 15, :Mrs. :Maybelle ; e 2000 N.W. std CT. ...,.._... FR 1-8005 Opm Locks ?...,..NNU R,0611
everyone for a Merry Christmas Dec 16, Mrs Clara Rouudtree
t and fa most Happy and Prosper And :Mils, Amanda Franklin; Dec. MAIN OFFICE

i a nun tfJtw; Ye irVTi'JL. I IS, Nn..forothy'Vnrd: Des. 191
th : : :: i 1'. r. CnL).. iJln.lpx' nrf> ,Al 1'; .na'.:" r> -. -j. MIKnld't r," : t 41O r':.w. 7th Av.
r.,. i I" r;', ,' '. U i 'c1 r. i \I' re I : : TV ,' nK; :. Mrs, Tin* t .. pi. 9 3731
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA .. .i
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Mt. Zion Concert Christmas ServicesAt .:1
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Choir Presents Sweeting's I j: I :IEstat'e

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Baroque WorkThe denominational Christmas ,:.
a morning services will be held .'
concert choir of Mt. Zion Monday.. ,Dec. 25, 6 a.m., on the '
\ Baptist Church, under the direction Sweeting Estate, 2148 NW 4th '.,
of Charles Rogers, minister St., Fort Lauderdale Special
of music, will present uTe Deum music will be rendered by the 1
4
Two Judges Address ST. PAUL A. M. THE INCARNATION Laudramus" and "Jubilate Dee" Dillard High School chorus un 4

Rn. J. I a secred Cantata by Henry Pur. der the direction of Mrs. Rhoda
St. Agnes Mrs.Mi Faygon, 1835 NW 54th St. cell, Sunday, Dec. 17 at 6 p.m. Sneed The message will be ,de.
Sunday if'ee.Cfa*, re Father Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar livered by the Rev II. J. Ever- :;
Congregations School . . Winter Schedule Sunday This work by the noted Eng- ette pastor of the Mt. Bethel

Morning wonshlp . Low mass . . . 7:30 Ish composer, Is a first in this Baptist Church. Everyone Is Invited
Evening
I worship , .
city:
Church School Bible Class ,
History was made flt St. Agnes 9:30
pplscopal Church last, Suridt Our first quarterly Solemn Sung Mass . 10:45: ,. I After the service the annual
The occasion wd the anriuaiCorporate was .held Tridav flight Jr. EYC . . . 5 p.m. Sweeting'a Motorcade will tart, .
Communion Sunday; Sunday with Elder F" AJ i Sr. EYC ..... . . .6 p.m. and Santa Claus will give can. .,(
tor the men and boy of the prcsfd'ng. He delivered Solemn Evensong . . 7:00: dies to the children of the city. \
church and the second annualCalender mornlflg messag@, /, 5 p.m. Dr. Sweeting will also visit the
TeoDade Board No. 4 ,wishe( *; t6 I WEDNESDAYLOW hospitals and jails where he will
County Circuit Judge' {1 j'Everyone I who helped tbe l Mass . . . (:30 ,I give Christmas gifts to all the

Qrady L. Crawford addressed (1 i I their tea Sunday On last Sunday at the home of I Inmates.
the men. and boyd; followiflg the Willing Workers held Miss Alsteile Lynch, 7760 NW Breakfast will be served to ail
uIar! I I who attend the
communion. monthly meeting 14th place Father Clarke had morning service.

Judge Crawford, spoke on the afternoon The pastor election of the 1962 officers of i D23
subject, "Making Decisions.", He, urging everyone td flay the Sacred Heart Chapter of the
listed "realize, Invest give hear the budget The rally will ECW which is as follows. Christmas Movies at
fourth
and trust" as the rules he uses Sunday In : Mrs. Martha Strachan chair
in making decisions and recommended The superintendent and man; ,Miss Alstene Lynch vice Public Library
tire
the same to the group. Suday School wish to chairman} Mrs John Hunter I
Miami's Vice Mayor, Henry L. veryone for the part secretary: : Mns. Altamese Jarrett. Christmas will be celebrated
'
ed
Halaban, a former municipal in the 'program, Sunday assistant; Mrs Oennle Forbes, I I I nt the Miami Public Library with
judge in Miami addressed the and lease viu the sick and treasurer; Mrs. Ellender Simon displays of books recommendedas
second annual Calendar Tea bring someone to UTO custodian. gifts, with decorations of the
which was held Sunday after- Sunday. Miss Lynch served a delicious season and a program of films
noon In the Parish Hall. Judge turkey dinner with all the trim on Dec. 21 at 1 and 8 p.m.
Balaban brought ft very forceful TRIUMPH mings to Father and Mrs. Clarke I The movies will Include:
address!! to the occasion, which nnd the chapter members. "Iron Ponies" chows a father
was well received by the large Prince C. Mobltjy, I -- recalling the joys of ChristmasEve
ahd most appreciative audience. Sis. C. McKindey The monthly meeting of the and the child as he starts his
Mrs. Henry BaldbaU rendereda School of Wisdom . : Episcopal Churchwomen wilt beheld JKKOMH MILLER electric train on Christmas morn-
very find solo. A number 5f St. V. P. E. Band . . on Sunday Dec. 17 at the Ing.
Agnes' and visiting talents also I Evening worship . .... at 5:30: p.m. All women Featured guest artists are tho "Folk Festivals Through The
responded, the church are urged to be renowned Mrs. Harolean Stuart "
i Our annual Religious present:! Storr, soprano a native of Miami Seasons.
St Has closed but the who holds an associate! In "Christmas In The Sun"
Matthew's Freewill memory will long be The monthly meeting of Saints arts degree from Hampton In. shows what ta done In Florida at

2014() lv. W. 5th Court ">d, Our Bishtip E. L. I .Margaret Chaper will be stltute; Jerome Miller, tenor Christmas In spite of no Ice or
rtev. J. B. Woodley pastof Buffalo, N.Y., delivered s held on Monday Dec. 18* at the graduate of Florida A and M snow.
Br<> Nathaniel Thomas, reporter ihe most Inspiring and Frailer (Louise) Bradley, University and Indiana University "The Twelfth Night of Christ
Sunday School i .ii..i. 9:30 messages that we have 1870 NW 56th at. AU members ; Mrs. Erie Knight gradu was"
!Morning worship . 11:1 he opportunity to hear. the Opa Locka Floral Heights ate of Flordla A and M University Tickets are required. They are

Evening worship . . 7:00 night, and day sessions wer Brown Sub areas are urged free and may be obtained at the
Sister Fosa Lee Rushing along njoyable. There wad a be present. Time 8.30 p.m. Arthur L. Evans who hold, a Main Library on Dec 18 at 6
master of arts degree In music
with the Junior choir Of St. ul program to open the o'clock and for aa long as they
from Columbia
University will
Matthew would like ing on Wednesday night. last
to
express TEMPLE BAPTIST play the organ accompaniment.There .
groups of the city
their thanks to the No. 1 and 2

and the church as a whole for he program. Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor will be no admission Practical Nursing
The lovely family of the
help celebrating the Junior Sunday School....................... 0:31: costs
choir's sixth anniversary op' came down to enjoy the Morning Worship ................ 11:01: Rev Edward T. Graham minister Class at NHS
and sunshine. We
The morning and night mes. I ng our Evening Worship ".. ................. 7:3t: ; Charles Rogers, ministerof
paces were delivered by the pas enjoyed their visit. T. U.............. fl:3 miwlc. Practical Nursing Education
tor. The Junior choir and male Sunday morning there Is nation-wide offer.
a program
chorus Sunday at 11 a.m. the Rev.
rendered the music.
Service to adults to become
special prayer pastor of St. Luke Bap NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. ed prepare
/clock for the blessing competent members of the health
ST. JAMES A. M. E. taints. While in Miami the preach Church,the Nassau sermon, Bahamas, Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor and nursing team.

ftev M McNeal Harris minister op and family were the UOf"I The young people are busy Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter The program! of Practical
,
Morning worship . 11:00 'ueste of our pastor at his fo r the Christmas Sunday School . . 9:30: Nursing Education offered at
Sunday School . . 9:30 home. and the choirs are work. Morning Service . . 11:00 Northwestern Senior High School
hennp 8.lnt Qo'Mr TQ ng hard on the anthems for the 3TU . . . . 5:00: Is accredited by the Florida State
S""v'ce.' at St. James were In. MT. AARON ?' season Evening service . . .1:00: Board of Nursing and the Florida
of Educa.
spllnnas, The Rev. Herbert State Department
usual last Sunday be- Ferguson,
Baptism services will be Sun-
JnnJn" Ilev A. A. MoCrarey of associate
with the our ministers tlon.The
School
Sunday
lay morning at 8 o'clock. To all
and continuing Mary Ann Turk, >rt for the Bahamas last week. next class will open In
throughout the Sunday School . . : if our visitors and friends wo February, 1962 Applicants are
day.At 3 Morning worship . .vlll be moving into our new being accepted now. Those Interented *

the p.m. the pastor delivered BTU . ...... ...... TRINITY C. M. E. church on Dec. 31 in tho morn in the program should re
sermon
nal at a special Memo Evening worship . . : 'ng Location, 7th court and NW port to Northwestern for an In.
service
Lodge, held by the Elks Bible Class (Wed) . : 511 NW 4th St. Sird st. terview Interviews are held on
which was well attended Rev E. A. Brown, minister Thursday and Friday from 1
by
members #t the lodge. Sis. Julia Hammond, reporter to 3:30: p.m. In room 249.
The
members have been dl. School . . 9:30 Liberty City Lutheran Applicants must be citizens of
vided Into 100 groups each under worship . 11:00: Carver YMCA the United States, at least 17
On the the leadership of a captain worship . 7:00 ReT John Dede, pastor years of age and have at least
will third Sunday in January Remember the Missionary La Sunday School . 2:00: 2 years of high school educationor
be Homecoming Day. Each .. annual Bazaar on Sunday Worship Service . 3:00: Its equivalent.

guest group speaker will report for this$100. The will 17 in the dining room Din tl ,.._._.__ I .... _._..--vq _... ....... J
event will also he sold In the din.
'tin nev. S. L. Gay and Hev. J. J room after morning service. "Living Service for the Living"
Williams.
Both ministers will be Brown invites everyone to
accompanied by their congrega with us Sunday -- -

tions An added attraction will ,.;;: '
>
be !
.
the '
Southland Singers. ,. u.
.
Make CALVARY BAPTIST "' ," .' 1 ,
'
it a point to worship ; 'f ", f'
,,
with Us on Janary 21. RPT E. M Thomas paator _. .,....,. : ) :
The activities for the coming r Phyllis Myers reporter .
we k will Include tho usual ap School . 9:46
pointments for the various or service . . 11:00 a
ranlzatlon!!. Sunday School will TtJ .... .,.... ...... . S-30:I S '';rC
begin promptly at 9:30 with < nln r service . . 700 J
Mrs araret Reynolds, superin. Sunday morning we were de.
tpndent In charge. The morning eh ted to hear Rev. Daniels

wfnsalc' delivered by the pastor, : the message. Hit subject
be based on the theme "Tell the Truth so Ood( Can

"O ttfng Along With Our Parents you".
." Again Sunday night Rev Dan

delivered another wonderful funeral HomeM.
L
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST 18R'e, ""'t The Fire Burn." Oscar Range
Mrs Eva Turk member Sunday, Dec. 17 the Deacons

1571 NW 68th Terrace Aaron Baptist Church nd Trustee Board !I. sponsoring Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
Her Ernest William, pastor A. McCraney, pastor, was tea at 1292 NW 58th St. from
n"irol1 Fred WlllUmt, reporter ed queen during the p.m. until 6 p.m. Those winn
Sunday School . . 10:00 Woman's Day observance to attend may do 10,. Yon 5727 N.W. 17th Ave.

Morning worship . 11:00 tue of raising the welcome to come.
BTU . . . . 5:30 amount of money for the.... We are praying for the sick to I OX 1.0131 OX 1-4343

Evening worship . . 7:00 a speedy recovery. ..
Last .-. J
tor Sunday morning our pas. BA)!A'! FAITH 1 I
delivered a wonderful mes- IT CARMEL
rare. "L4>t us hear the conclusion Mrs. Frances -
of the whole matter." North Miami, a member Sunday School
Rev. Men should always pray, and
Butler Study
Horticultural
delivered the even- for DREAM HOMESFANTASTIC
faint. Special
prayer
Ing to
sermon and the Baba'l
joyable It W** very ** NW speak 11th at ave., 8 p.m. and family this week dur-

Let us pray for Bro. Sears who Dec. 17 Her subject ,, their hour of bereavement.o'clock BEAUTIFUL
at'
"' Tuesday night
Mt.
SlnM Hospital and Bro. "Christ Glorified.
t'"r .-hn f H Ml at horn The publlo I III cordially yr r meeting Thanks to our
St.e
154th
/ N.II98
22nd Ave.
,i .v! "n'lfv trl'l rn r HI d. P"on- S".retlu'y rt"f'lale ministers for t'utlr.i .
Pf }f & ) d b> tii.' Junior choir. 1,5-1:0: ('?r further In'lrm '1.I rnt; ; m Scla .eu.



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Urban League Official Says Negroes. PAGE 16.' I SATURDAY DECEMBER 16, 1961 "




;::. :.,!::.:.Losing Jobs to Cuban Refugees 'i\\\ \,. Brand','New, Homes Save Money! ; ,.NtIJiI.. .,


Deal Directly With The Owner
Big Discount
J, Lang Sees Threat to ..,. !, ,

I Your Miami Times NAACP; TO BUILDMONUMENT ). Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th Street '" ''y. ;'
i. Economic Security '
i.A 2-5
TO Open Sunday p.m..
OnSale Here ",

I: refugees The mounting and escapees influx from of, Cuban the: MIAMI ; BOMB VICTIMS 2161, NW. 59th Street 1318 ,NW 72nd Street. '>.N: ,

<< Castro regime In the past two Use' 'ypur 'property as a down payment '
K years has created a serious ,Down Town Titusvllle The Florida State i *, t .'
threat to the economic security Ramos Grocery, 80S JTW 14th St. Conference of branches NAACP Cash paid for your vacant land
of Negroes In the Dade County Economy Drug, 1101 NW 3rd Av.Park's will observe memorial services a .
r, area, a Senate Committee Sun., 1201 NW 3rd Ave. for Mr, and Mrs. Harry T. Moore CALL BARON =- JE 8.1340 JE 2-4343 .. '
was told In Washington Thurs? Barkley's 1201 NW 8rd Ave. who were assassinated. on Christ '

;s day, Dec. 7, Service Drug, 1240 NW 8rd Av. Eras nglht in .1951 as they lay -. ., ._. .. ; I
asleep In their Minis Fla home I
Walk-Inn, 1042 NW 2nd Ave.
The assertion was contained in Harlem Drag, 1400 NW Srd Av. with a pilgrimage to the grave
testimony by H, Daniel Lang, Nick's, 1822 NW 3rd Ave. site on Wedneesday, Dec. 27 at THE SPECIAL
director of the Greater
executive Charles 12 noon.
Mkt. 840 NW 10th Ter.Lenny's .
Miami Urban League, at a hearing
Drug, 1700 NW Srd Av.Duddy's .
conducted by the Senate Rev. A. Leon Lowry state
Gro., ICSfl NW Srd Av.
p Subcommittee on Refugee and Arch's Oro., 1700 NW Srd Ave.. conferenc president said that Christmas EditionOF
delegates to the 22nd annual
Escapees.
Jay's Dru 427 NW 2Oth St. ,
conference which met in Jacksonville
Stanley' Gro., 1000 NW 4th Ct.
"In Dade County the Negro
last month voted to hold
Myers, 075 NW 20th St.
worker forma thelargest numberof
the pilgrimage in of the
memory
Dixie '
Drrig f 805 NW 20th' St.
'bottom-of-the-ladder laborersor late NAACP State .Coordinatorand
marginal workers," Lang' told Hillside, 1842 NW Cth Ave.. his wife. "Branch .
the Senators, adding he had Person's Eddie's Drug Sundries, 801, NW 1501 Srd 5th Ave.Ct friends of the Moores representatives m ttr :Iiami! Sttmea '

noted a sharp uptrend in allega Barkett's, 708 NW 2nd Ave. and, their family are being invite
tions by Negroes that they are "
F. L. T., 714: NW 2nd Ave. ed 'to attend the services, he
being "systematically pushed out said.
of job to make room for Cubans" Alex: Sundries, 715J/2 2nd Ave. Will be published Friday Dec. 22nd
who accept the employ 818 Shoe Shine, 818 2nd Ave... TO PLACE MONUMENT ,
Harlem Sweet Shop, 208
10 St.
"
ment "at reduced pay rates. Carrie's Gro., 155 NW 17th St. Officials stated that they will All business places and individuals wishing to extend

He said he has found considerable Tucker Gro., 1400: NW let Ct. place a monument marking the
resentment and hostilityIn Southern Gro., 1701 NW lit PI. shrine of the Moores. "We should Season's Greetings to their patrons and friends should
the Negro community toward People's Drug, 402 8th St. not forget those who gave their
the in-migrating Cubans who, lives BO that the cause of democracy have their copy in our offices no later than Tuesday,
they charge, are receiving preferential JBERTY CITYY might grow into a reality
treatment in school and Comm. for all citizens," Rev. December 19.DISTRIBUTORS.
other facilities. Drug, G750 15th Ave. Lowry stated.Chairman .
Little Super Mkt, 8820 17th St.

The UL official told the SubCommittee Smith Bethel Sundries, 6828 18th Ave. of the Pilgrimage is ......... .... 11 .... 'IL' ". 1 ... "'. ....... r
there is a widespread Sundries, 0704: 18th Ave the ReEu ene C. Tillman,
feeling that the Cubans are en. 18th Ave. Ore, 0807 18th Ave. chairman of the State Church AGENTS WANTEDFor
joying freedoms of choice and Ballas Gro., 0700 15th Ave. work Committee. Co-chairman is
other advantages which have Betty's Gro., G004 NW 15th A"eo the, Rev. W. O. Wells, an statewide Negro-weekly in
been denied Negroes, thereby Newton's Sundries, 0820 18th Av. NAACP state conference vice newspaper
Lib. Beauty Salon, 0707 lath Av. president and president
seriously curtailing equal opportunity of the
in an area where unemployment Griffin Gro., 0572 15th Ave.annhter' Cocoa Branch Local chairman is Dade and Broward
., 0200 NW 15th Ave. Crandall Warren,
rates for Negroes are Mlms and
approximately twice for which J and J Drug, 1410 02nd St. president of the Tltusville.Mims Call Mr. Simpson -= FR 1.5324 '
Seymour's, 1804 NW 02nd St. branch.
Lang expressed the opinion J?<*?on's, 0000 NW 12th Ave. I Write Florida Star, 636 NW 2nd Ave.

the that Cuban the problems Influx demand arising attention from- Convenient Matthew' Gro.Gro., ,, 0081 8804 15th 22nd Ave.Av. _... _I ..._......., ._._..AI r....,1 ,_n I ,...r ._._n_... ..

involving "a closer look at Lerner's, 2000 NW 75th St. NorthwesternPTA
the causes and their resolution." Thomas Gro., 2350 75th St.
He assured the Senators' that facilities Wncolnfleld's Drug tool 02 St. to, MeetThe
and cooperation of the Flash Gro., 8552 NW 17th Ave. For A Wonderful ChristmasOPEN
Miami League are available to !\lId way Drug, 2208 02nd St. PTA will hold Its regular
); aid In plans to remedy the situ Cecil Cleaners, 2239 02nd St. monthly meeting on Dec. 18 at 8
ation. p.m. An interesting programhas SUNDAY
CARVER RANCHES been planned for your en-
Bowe's Barber Shop, Pembroke Joymet. There will be carol singIng
Look what cash will !
and other festivities, befit. $500 buy
QUALITY HOMES MOUTH MIAMI JU0ACII ting the holidays. Bring another
Mrs Miller parent with you and be on time. No Extra Charges Just One Mortgage
3-foedroom CBS home with extra Marie Sand, 1020 NW 155 St. Refreshments will be served
building on rear. $700 down
$77.11 per month. Near 40th St.,, OPA LOCliA Mrs. E. Hadley, president. 'LOVELY CBS HOMES

NW. Magnolia Sun., 1457O 22nd Ave

bedroom CBS home, carporte Lowe's Gro., 1734: All Baba Av. 1290 NW 41ST STREET
and garage $400 down, $85 Miller's Sun., 15110 2nd Ave. Advertise It Pays!II

l,, St.month. 15 year FHA. NW 47th Bunche David Lawrence Drug, 2280,, 1501 Bun 20th Park Ave. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. room, fence. Best buY' in

Esther's: Gro., 1710 All Babe Miami. $13,000 total, $77 per month.
t Samuel Stanley, 15281 18th Ave.
t7 BUSINESS ANDPROFESSIONAL Michael Sanders, 2500 100th St. -- .

BROWNS VILLD 845 NW, 51ST STREET
Splc & '
Span, 4801 NW 27th Ave. -*"" :
t. bedroom, 2 ,bath, Fla. room, Veal's Mkt., 4825 27 th Ave. Gorgeous Cuitom' built home. Fantastic landscaping' ,
2-car.-,- garage with complete Brownsville Drug, 4034: : 27th Av.
': bath. Many other extras. EInora's Sundries, 4320 27 Avo. barbecue pit and patio.
f, $18,900. An outstanding home. Tracy's Gro., 5010 NW 82nd Av. I
Jet Drug, 2000 NW 84th St.' I ? .... _
FItroom bedroom CBS with spacious Jlmmle's Gro., 2000 NW 84th St. $495 down $75 Mo.
and 2-car garage 1061 NW 51ST STREET
70 r 110 corner lot. $16,550, RICHMOND HEIGHTS No qualifying, no closing

NW FHA 45th$83.52 St. monthly and 10th pays Ave. all. Richmond Heights Drags costs. Beautiful 2 bedroom Must see to appreciate. Lovely in every description.

CBS, Fla. room, large fenc-
:;, Garage, porch, Fla. room.,
Percy L.
JohnsonReg. ed lot. Many extras.

Real Estate Broker *""" **"" -
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MIAMI TIMES ADS
3781 Grand Ave. 820 NW 76TH STREET
i
Phone South of 54th St.
HI 6-0334 .
OONT COST THEY PAY $395. down $75 Mo. 3 bedrooms, garage, huge, back yard. 15 fruit trees.

J A ,r .. ,' : -., Custom built 2 bedroom) $77 per month., $13,000; total price. Very low taxes..
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'Jr. Y Open Sunday for :Your Inspection2984NW70tKTwace;;:- % room,'no_ closing' costs. :0: ":: '1129 NW 77TH' STREET\ -

i/t.. }.. ...' ,,.' > ." '.:!.- :' *,* ., One FHA. ,.mortgage..
{ *an S' Fantastic*buy. Priced under FHA valuation. Huge
FHA Approved to qualified -
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$70.74 per month, plus small down payment. 5427 SW 21st St. .1

" ....--........... Cozy little furnished 2 bedroom 2990 NW 69TH STREET

t This magnificent and CBS, fenced. Move in 3 bedrooms, corner, fence, awnings, huge lot.
outstanding home of 4-bed- before Christmas. $12,800 total. $76 per month. Low taxes.
rooms and 2 baths with many many fine (Features.
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