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\ ,/ Rodeo Time Again! Max Losner' ,









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Max Loaner' (Tder and preside t nnt National -

Bank of om tead, died Feb, 'edneidiy) la

James Arched, Sn Iptal st the 70 years

A prominent c en ,ade it, Loaner wntpoiulblt
"HOMESTEAD'S Public for much
/ Spirited Nctcspapcr
of the growth ef the

VOL 53a rfo. 11 HOMESTEAD,FLORIDA, THURSDAY,fEU'UARY1964 24 PAGES TEN CENTS PER COPYToday's area lit wu born la
e
e Romania and came
to the United States

II I Child. Ito came

to homestead from

Area's Most Complete Coverage Of Dixie Tampa Soon In after 1(22. his

arrival In Home

Column stead bt entered the

By RALPH TEMPLES Amateur Golf Tournament Is On Page 16 U .i nets retell and clothing established buil

store on North
\, For that own well-being I d' t Kromt Avenge
.
hope th. siembers of the Or which be operated
B.I Committee can
ang... stay bidden It until 1032.
a few million Freeholders Vote ti In 1B32 tit ONginlied
wives After -i '; and founded
take out after the First National

1 them led Sink of Homestead,

New Yiar'i which gave Home
'
Day. stead and the iur-

Ai rod may j rounding area Its

recall!, the alt first banking facll-
com m I 111, ee !ties In alt put.

his decided lit continued 11 lit
to' make the COLLEGE BID MADEFred MAX IOSNIK president until his

Temples Orange Bowl death and WH active In Its growth.A .

a night game eo that on New resident of 1814 BrlckeU Avenue MIami, Mr. Loner
ty IIr'. afternoon It won't
wit put president o( the Greater Miami Clearing House
hav. to compete with the Su- for Did County. lit
was put director of the Federal
and Cotton Bowl 1
Bowl
gar Reserve. Bank of Atlanta, Jacksonville Branch.
for television audience.So .
ai the New Year' bowl Active In civic and fraternal orginltatloni, Mr. Lesser
game now lineup the na- Board was a charter member of the homestead Rotary Club; a

tlon't football fan next Jan Rhodes member of Royal Palm Masonic Lodge No 100 and the

1 can start the day with the Mihl Tempi. lie was a former'member of the Home-
Sugar Bowl later switch to stead City Council and wu active In all civic affairs.

the Cotton Bowl or at least ; Gets CityProposal Hi U survived by hU wife, Llnlej three sons, Paul
flub the end of It, then the Case Will Go Loaner of Homestead executive vice president of the

Rose Bowl and after that First National Bank; Monroe Lesser of Coral Gables andDI'

the night game from the Orang Irving Loaner of Long Beach, Calif. its.grtndchUdrti

Most* Bowl.fan can anyway. In To and Funeral two grandchildren services will be held Friday afternoon at I
this of w'll have JUlY TodayThe
area conn o'clock la Branam Funeral ChipeL Burial will be la
the video portion ef the Orange
Bowl blacked out HomeiUai'i bid for the new Palma Memorial Pirk.

The Orange Bowl folki fl,. verdict In the trial! of Homestead Council branch of the )Miami Dade The flag at the Homestead post office will fly at

\ ore they're going to get a man Fred Rhodes may come this morning. Junior College wit formallypresented half-msat until funeral services Friday

mach larger televlaion rude Criminal Court Judge Jack Falk will charge to the County Baird

knee the' jury at I 9:80: a.m. today. of Public Inatructlon Wednei- After Firing Of FasuloNicholson
They may but I'm not eer.lain Rhodes is on trial in Miami on two counts, days

what mood the audience taking or possession of quail out of season and resisting
U likely to be In. without The presentation cam on the
arrest
Many a husband has beenthreatened violence.
and Rhodes took tile stand lilt day following an overwhelming Acting

worse on New with divorce Year' Day night to testify in hit own behalf that In fact hit hunting companlwt expression of the city' free.holden' -
after a battery of put sod desires to donate the
Instated Oaff, had pleaded
because he o* staying
glues to MS television *et preMOt character witaeuerepreaeatlng IVIIt1 .., ce-....... et "'". Tom I. Htrrla rwatlon fll
from the beginning! of the' put and present bird at a trial In November complex to the proper school Chief: :Of Police
Orange Bowl to the end of ,city governments wen Introduced agencies M completion of the
the RON BowL by detent attorney Wa H* charged that the arrcat fallegs.The .
by wildlife officer wu not Is
Gwlnn of Miami
There' a span of If yea or ter legal terminology an arrest elt,'* freeholder Voted W :I. Nicholson took over a. h* delivered a blistering it-
eight houri. Teeitlmony, which began II becauit Rhode wu not phyil- t09 to 74 la Tuead.,'* referendum acting chief of the Florida City tact on conduct of the police
Now cornel the, grange 11:35: am., lilted until well Bally taken Into custody to donate the alt If college police department Wedneiday. department, alleging among-
Bowl to add a couple of hours after I p.m.Closing official wlU locate the replacing William Faiulo tired other thing that Faiulo had
or more to the home viewing arguments by Gwlnn Cwlna ehaUeged the abilityof :.w..t college there. from the post Monday night b, used his office to serve political
time of football on that day.I and the itate's attorney Myron the game men to Identify C! I t Manager Richard interests
REIGNING AS ef the HomtiUed Ito... will, The the boardof y
to
fear that among other Sold wert given last night ate quail or men through blnocu- QUEEN presentation Schmunk. The firing produced a lively
thin I', the Orange Bowl Committee ter the completion of teitlmony Ian at a distance of a bill bt Stndrt won the honor by selling public instruction included I Schmunk appointed Nlcho. I Interlude In Schmunk'*
1* contributing mightily Throughout the trial) tII.crl.a (Continued On Page Two) $139 worth of tickets to the event this wttktsd. t resolution of the City CounU eon Tuesday, after dismissing file* early Monday evening

to the InstabIlIty of do- *..", Intllll of wit- I adopted last Thursday In on grounds of "(I'OU Ineom-' when, accerdlna t* the city
which the city to
meitic tranquility In this stases by oppeilng attorney Three Performances Set For Weekend chase an additional pledged 40 acres pur-of tetence" the man who held the manager, Penile refused t*
country wes sharp, extensive and and adjoining? the Harrli Field Job of chief for the past tour accept the typed order *f
e e e probing for minute etttalli. years, and previously served dismissal and threw It back
the could have
tract M college
Who should succeed to the for eight years ai town mare .n Ichmunk's rfnk.
The five-mm, one-wombn .
80-acr site and news of
n *
governorship In Florida Incase jury seated after six chalengM Animals Cowboys Arrive the outcome of Tueed.,'. 1e- hal "I therefore found It nice*.
o( deathT will retire to deliberate Ion, Ordered by Schmwnk Monday nary to physically remove the
Coy Farris Bryant baa immediately after Judge Filk t* turn In his uniforms, badges of authority (from the

suggested that the slats electa final Instructions this morning The board accepted the reio- night stick end puns, Penile chief's person)," Schmunk de
lieutenant governor who till hadn't den II by incest claret
Witnesses testifying tor lotion from Councilmen James
would. 6thHomesteadRodeoWhat Wednesday, accerding teIchmunk. Schmunk, whose office gives
tem and
thodei' moral character truth Coding (mayor pro- )
Tom Adams says the sea William Dickinson and Councilwoman him sole right to hire and fire
and hunting reputation In _
of stale ibould be the "I haven't him line the wad his
retary seen : polka chief move
eluded com Ruth Campbell without
next in succession (Mr. : is perhaps South Dade's biggest Monday night," the city manage In the final days of the "lam
Adams it the aecreUry of Samuel Jacobien of Miami munity celebration of the year will get underway Rodeo I comment action except could to point U takenat outthat laid. duck" city commission In Florida
teach, one of the developer at 8 with the first performance of the no 24
lUte), Friday p.m. the melting because the mater (Attempts by repreientatlvef City. On Feb. newly
Florida Trend magazine, in 01 the Congress Inn proposed 16th annual Homestead Rodeo, south! \ of Harris Calendar i wain't on the agenda.The f this newspaper to reach" Faulo elected Mayor Joaeph Tomaul
surveying the luue, bat commented 10 be built In Homeiteid; for Field on U. S. 1, I at his horn for comment and Commlaalonert Sam Torcla!
: mer Councilman Joe Burton: Reigning as rodeo queen will be 16-year-old Performance number of persona voting have been frultleai.) and Joseph Accunlo will take
"Tbert'i not much quea- Tax Assessor Stanley Witkop: Sandra Marknsm announced Wednesday as win I ,."'. ,,Id.,. 2 p.m. Tuesday represented slightly The dismissal action followed office. Faiula campaigned ao-

lion that a better aucceulon Councilman Herman Marks: ner of the title for selling the most tickets to the .ahirday, Sunday, more than 51 per cent of the chmunk'i. lengthy statement lively for the trio
plan it needed thin the prey Councilman William Dickinson: .Paradal" ell,'. freeholder to'th. press Friday In which I Schmunk Intend t. submit
ent system of appointing the Councilman James Coodlng, event !f839 worth. Keen Saturday hll resignation u city manner
president of the Florida Councilwoman Ruth Campbell, Cowboys and cowgirl from becu Saturday andj Sundaywill t* the outgoing cemmla-'
Senate farmer David Barnes; Tommy the Fir Wert ai well ai the be an added feature of this Turner's Fee lion at Iti meeting next Tua-"

"Florida tau hardly recovered Dolir. National Guard non Florida cattle country are yeir's rodeo, staged by the ,I he had read about the t.... day night fo .b* effective
from the jar of losing commissioned officer and several streaming Into town for what homestead Callaher Uona ,... IS.
'In the Chlcagt Tribune
its popular young Governor other South Dade real- bu become known nationally Club.. I H. blame the town's poll
Dan McCarty and having to dente. ai the southernmost big-time Beildei the performances on tical situation alleging his
switch to Senate President First witness tilled to the circuit rodeo In the United "There will be new acts bee the rodeo ground, there will Is QuestionedGroundwork hands have been tied in at-

Charley Johns ,' a mm of land by the prosecution wu SUtei. Biggest Individual money Ides rodeo'i floe clssile events br a parade In downtown I tempting to deal with "Inllflelenc.ln .
vastly a different cut of I state wildlife officer Cbirlei winner here lut year was of cilf roping, saddle bronc homestead at noon Saturday. the operation of the

cloth. : (Chuck) Mana.AddlUan'l Bob Wilson, Colorado calf riding steer wrestling, bire Theme of this ,ear'. parade for Ilomeitead'i' torney for $7,500 a year if he police department
"Mln, people cin't testimony agalnd roper will be "Frontier DI)'.." Parade $2.25 million bond lam to fl didn't get extra for special I Tomaaii!, after winning the
ber what Charley remem'l Rhodes was given by federal At the rede site Wednei- back bronc riding and wild marshal li Earl (Sonny]) lance utility expansions.. ,election fast week, promised
outside
work ( the realm of
or did not do; they wildlife officers Jacob Wolfleyf day, the animal stars ef the bull riding" promises Dr. John Cordon, laid Monday with Introductionof roUt clone scrutiny of the police department
member that he wim't what Orlando and H. V. Hines of ahew-henei, iraham bull OeMUly, Homestead Rodeo Allociitlon Ordinance 84-Z-4. tine city builntu)" Turner a* one of his first
"There will bt floats and stated mover when h* takes office.
they bargained for, Sebring. and demeitl teen had preildent The ordinance, which requlrd
The magazine rejects Secretary arrived t* iwalt patiently. the bands, the Homestead Ever- Contacted Wednesday for comment
They fold *f using high- Advance ticket tale have gladei Pone cowboys and 42 minutes of reading time, "The question hero seems to on the dismissal of Fa-
Adami' Idea
because they will In the big
play
"member of FloridI'l cabInet towered binocular t* watch part event. "been brink Milton Flicher, cowgirl galore and of course, spells out the complicatedframework be whether the fee is excessive auto, h* said h* had non to
don't really reflect what a mm they Identified *l whe has ticket for sale if her highness the Rodeo Queen,"' under which the ,or nominal," commented Councilman make at this time, pending his
the people want for gover Rhodes sheet whet they Mid Booths were going up for his Kreme Avenue jewelry' said Cordon, municipal utility bonds will be William Dickinson who assuming office Feb. 25.
they "believed were quail and food concessions which local and gift shop, report publicity issued. 'suggested that the question be Outgoing Mayer John Dug-
nor. \ ef their attempt t* March clubs and organizations will run from far *i well *a A specie) guest In the pare Its (IntrMluctlen kicked ..fta gars, who was defected by
held In until the
It points out that ubi net abeyance council
members, while elected the truck In which Rhodes during the three performance near has helped promote ode will .b* Virginia Booker, rash *f oblectlena/ te the can follow Turner's Invitation Temeial In his bid fo retain
stay In office everyfour and WecdrvM Gaff and OafflFyear -Frld., night and Saturdayand Mltn a man vacationing' In weather. girl fer Miami televlalen I,000 fo $12,004 that City Ate to "check Into it." office, mad this itatementTueMley
yean an
7 -.ld MO were rldl"" Sunday afternoon at 1. Miami came In t. buy block atatlen WLBW. She emey Vemor. Turner will en '..ul.'. dlamliult -
of 20 and that
average yean, They told of a four-mile A big western-atyle pit bir- .f nine reserved Matt, saying will .b* attired In a pink and receive for his work withtacal Other bond laiue discussion
normally they are unlikely
candidates for the vigorous chase over farm roads, ending ...... whit cewglrl outfit createdby agent S. J. Van Ingest centered around whether the VII never would have been
office of governor at Barnes airstrip, there they Cowboy Center, western C.: ., which will receive' some, city should continue to do bur fired( had he performed his job
attire firm In Hlaleah.At .
aid they found even quail 11,000. Incas with the Van Ingen firm
The magazine agrees with This Weekend lent two candidates for and had the city manager not
the governor that an arrange dripped hi a cloth under the the Florida will Chief objector was Mayor which wu hired by the outgoing had sufficient evldene to let
ment under which the state front wit of the truck. be present during governorship the rodeo Richard Conley, who, said h. council over the" mayor's oblectlona him go."
A state conservation biologist favor fair flat yearly fee last
would elect a lieutenant governor weekend. They art the lone a In his report Friday
would be beat. Steve Flcett, Identified the Republican standard bearer, for the city attorney, rather A third question, that *f Schmunk said the present eom-
birds li bobwhite quail. Go Western than the retainer plus extra million several
A lieutenant governor it Ken Folki of Orlando and the pMilble reMnentlng' *f majority agreed
says could assist the governor I Gwlnn argued that Rhedeli4 Mayor Robert King\ High of pay for additional work tinder the city's 1151 bend lam, month ago that the chief "hadto
in a multitude of time- I net aNt the wall, and Miami DemocratAll ,which Turner ii now paid which terries what the ceun go," but urged the action
consuming but Important I 'tet'i sinew the rest .l the ceunty and the rest the candidatei for county (The attorney receive $400 a cll called "an extremely high be put oft until after the eleeon. -
things which tax the vitality .f the nation for that matter that we have real commission will also visit month for routine city legal buaMI rate ef interest' also was The outcome of the elec-
Little League community' spirit," Irl. Bridget, of the Home- convinced him Schmnnk
and efficiency of the governor *crtiry Homestead during the celebra- and submits bllli for met left for further study lion
steed Rade AIiMlltllIu".. Homestead residents (Continued Two) other city work. court appear- aid, that the police department
In addition he could be Deadline Later Thurlday on Page nee and bond liiue) Third and final reading of would continue to be run ai It

given a direct band in running Deadline for roglitratlon In "7 reek eat thai little western hate and iMtkrthlefa Turner said the $1", 00 reJl the bond ordlanc could come heel under Faiulo.
the Florida Development the Homestead Little, Leagueleaoball ,* Bridget pleaded. "Let' all get Into the WEATHERH. $ 00 for the bend werk li u early a* the next official Acting Chief Nlcholaon 1 his
Commission L. Rainfall "net vnreitenible fee for council meeting, Feb. IT, but been a member of the Florida
which li, In fact, club has been exfondod Rodeo spirit and have acme fun." en
Sunday ... 7' 50 services get" and the three major laiuei introduced City police force for the pant
the
the creative offshoot of theadministration's fo Fok. IS yew
HemMtead said will' heats winter ,
h t fourlita
play
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77 52
Monday Prior that he
check must be reaolv- 14 months to wasa
( Ideas'of how AppllcaHon evall.ble at advised the ceuncll te Monday ,
.
cities including New rifle and Chlcag Tuesday 70 64 .20
fr'lII"t
to build a bigger and better The Spertvnan, 2N Waahlnr standard legal fees eel before iti passage, councilmen police officer in Homeateador
Wednesday 80 M -
stale ton Avv H."'....... You wouldn't get a city at- said approximately two yean.U .


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Candidates Debate ;., ir. -" a Cont'd Ibituarics H j



Rhodes

Ter\nee Moore

Terrire 7. Moon, H, efN69
Seaport Refinery Trial lath Bt, who was
killed Tkiday In an auto accident "
at bird Road and 77th

Avenue, HU be brewed la Chicago .
The question of nether or rove of the oil refinery onlyIf no one that could afford one Near End lit \

not I refinery pod Beep. tei- It could operate without acre eaUte would build there 4 I A radio Anounctr for WAEZIn
port should b*' built ..n the changing Dadt'i pollution eoa He went on to aay that mUe-thi distance the proaecu Miami leach, h* was also
ahoni of BlKtyn Bay ta South trot ordinance one bit, which chirfti that he approved of ton estimated between the a student 4 the University of
Dad wit by lu the moat hotly ha Apes not believe It could. residential downgrading were I Miami. \
wardens and the man abootlng
contested Issue tt a Wednesday "complete farce." Surviving I* his wife, Sharon
luncheon meeting for the Matheioa oppoaea Seadadi on I "I have upheld reildenUal the blrda. ) a ion, ikhael J.. both of
runoff candidate In the race many point He clalma that It ", ..lIted.I Cwtnn two Robert
la land to allow an property Long At cite pint prtaeaed Miami! hrothan,
for the Metro Commlulon. I industry poor that uaeag would use 200 I In ( ef the ** take the |ury f* Swth and CharlMl Atlatar, Patricia
The event was the monthly we mere itrenaly JA'rfl F ,ra'L
hi
Dade. end let them nee hi'! Rlpkey and mother, Allot
acres and only employ 200 people contested verbal .
of poke
netting the South Dad met
Council of the MIaml-Dade and that accidents cannot Were *chnte4 betweenundid. ,r" :, ....' t, '; necwlart/ el a half,mile di\.. I.. alt of ChltW
be prevented and oil tplllaiea .!**. : fence fe NO whet they cold' McHtlt Blrdlload Funeral
County Chamber of Commerce. 'V --
:
Horn was In ckrg of local
*
might occur. He the Identify.
All the opposes
candidate Kith the
In District Ont Harold ;..", 'f [arrangement
exception of Wlntton Wynne seaport on the grounds of a f'I"- Judge Falk denied the re- I
and Dave Kennedy, who cent a private port being In competi pro Greene-metro..112.candidate 1 am a and strong believe ,' !t"it .:. '.;' r ..\ \ .I } quest after in argument from Janet Scher\

representative, attended. lion with Dodge Wand, which l'tt .... '
that a strong metro la the -. .,/, Ji / the .tat. attorney that It la
Although etch candidate was ,U owned by the public. p : this to decideon Mr*. Janet Lewla\Scher 81,
Jurjr'a prerogative
allowed only two minute to Long was th.lltnted by atjvoaNen forward.only way,1 the Cvunty can move '; dlacrepanclea In testimony died Feb. 1 "'hen> her car
give a speech and another two tU0iUitVIN /, plurged Into a canal Krom
Cram the fleer oik. Ills opponent, Tom 61110 replied > ) ,: presented by defense and proa- tt
mlmitei for and the Trail:
jueitlon and Avenue She
am was 1a
.
Ins him why he approved the that be the ecuuon.
were taott of the time was de.voted roienlni ef an area from till Home served Rule Board on that original THE SPIRIT .f Rodeo Wetk In Hometttod era (left to right) Mary Jackson resident of 4231 Mangrove

to the Seadado line acre estates tt half an acre. brought metropolitan government 'j June KnobloMch and Betty Rutake. luilnni. throughout the oreo have encouraged On the witness stand, Place, Baraaota. ,
Bailcally the ,Candidates to Dad County I their ."'pl. .* te wear Western attire' for the week and in cat the ........ laid. he had. never Her husband' William. sure

lined tip' on the Stadade iMwtMill Long elated that the site In In District 4, Kennedy representative prop mad In this dottn't. give you a hint at t* who they work for, It'. been convicted er arretttd, vines Funeral
question waa next to an elementary Richard Stone, said the local office of Bell Co. (Other that h* went tilt with three arrangements for
Telephone
ways school playground and rodeo picture an peat 15)). services and burial In Sari-
mat UMauey* oppoamon was twill, that Gaff shot the kin*,
Approve of Seadade providing all negative and took the approach and that he sew Gaff Wrap iota wert under the direction
it operates under strict them In el.th end them of Brtnim Funeral How.
of "tbe big lie. i New put
control of Dadt't anU-polluUon Collects Today The Big Ue," he laid, S. Dade Voters Airport under the Mat el the truck.
ordinance: Milton Thompson, "worked
in Germany, Ruaala,
Cutler
Lew Whltworth, Diva Kennedy, Michael Rosenthal of ht and Viet Nan, but It "oal Design IsAuthorised H* accuaed one of the wildlife RidgeIntersection
Tom OMalley, Uughlaa Lone, work here. officer of saying, "I want
Perrine Shopping Center will to check bunting peens
Walter WeUi.TenUUvely your
O'Malley replied that he offered EndorsesThe
be collecting: contrlbutloni today League
approve of and gun and get out of that
a positive and
from merchanta and employee program
Seadade, 'contingent upon further that damned truck I want to search
of the Perrine Shopping when you atari bringing The Dade County Tort Authority SlatedTht
studies being made: Harold I It too Study
Greene, Earl Starnea. Center for the Heart Fund of Viet Nam Into county politics South Dade Voter Homestead Florida CIt,. and I I. moving ahead la It* Rhodes said b* libel when

Approve of deep aea Dad County. you get into trouble League this week announced Coulda-Prlnceton area, I I. backing plant for the new Tamtam Airport the etarth warrant wu and
Other touched
Issues OB Intersection of Caribbean
port but do not favor oil vs.finery Fund collected will be tamed briefly by the cindldalei were endowment for county mayor Walter Weiss, District (, although there are itlll was told, "Thli gun I* my Boulevard and U. B. 1 la Cutler
candidate Chuck Hall and com At Slarnea, District 7 Thomas (hard feeling among some of -
;
: Chuck Hall over to the Dade County the earth "'arrant"H
need for
more and better mission hopeful from four district OMaUer, District 4, and Harold the residents of the are ta betaken Ridge li becoming: one of
Oppose oU .
refinery and
Aiioclatloa I briefly
Heart for Its experimental highway In South Dade, rapid described the chat the moat dangerous In South
.
A. Green District 1. over by the airport
deep seaport: Hardy Matheaon work and research transit, and equalization of I and laid the game car wai Dade.
Tom Saaio said he would ap ,on the heart freight and telephone rate. The league, with chapter: la i Tb* of croup rallle will throughout wind up the tlerUi late Maurice was warded Connell a and contract Aaioc-to following to closely "It would With the continuing increased

Bounty with a MllUeal parade dealga the airport. hive run Into me U I'd ap- flow of traffic oa the highway,

Monday evening la the "Home The company' fee will be B nll.il. the brake" there have been numerous icel-
itetd-FIorid City area. I per cent of the lint million Rhodes told of a teat with dent it the intersection, seas

END Founded by Mr*. Or* D. Tay dollar In construction coat blnoculan made over a die. eral of which have produced
THURSDAYWEEK- lor of Richmond Height, the and 57 per cent of the coat tanea of a half mile Jut weekend serious Injuries to motor at.e.

3.DAYS league coven the are from above the tint million. in which David Barnai and On Tuesday tfremeen tee

[GOOU/YEAri FRIDAY Coconut Grove to Dade Coun Port officials laid the cost of lam Torctae' bald up various women were Inlet| 'ed In a
ty'a southern boundary. the new airport could run aa Item. straw\ bat shell box twe-car llliln.

ONLY SATURDAYSTEREO In the put year, It hit registered high *i $3 million, which could field glasses case, sponge and Mn. Margaret Roblnaon, M,
SALE nor than 1,000 new make the engineering tins' a flashlight Rt said none could of Topeka, Cats, a guttt et

Negro voter In greater Horn- fee_ u much a* $170,000.NO ._ bt Identified, cither Saturdayor the bora Motel wit throw
steal Mri Taylor tall action wu men Dy tree Sunday. from the cir which wu driven
commlaiion to make local fund H* aHOHy dented hiving by her husband, A. J Recta-
FREE New available to the port authority, taken the quill end milling son
72.HOUR PRICE CUTS ON LeagueIs but /la expected to be on nest arrest Mri. Robinson received bead ,

week agenda Under cross examination Deck and shoulder lajurtea. She
SPECIAL NEW GOODYEAR NYLONTIRES Pleased The port authority anU a Rhodes admitted that bt wu wa* admitted to South Miami

RECORD million dollars from the county aware that quail season wai Hospital where the 1* In litUftctory "-
WITH TUFSYNI
6 STEREO AllUMS With Results to begla land acquisition Tb* cloaed tt the time of the Incident condition.
money mould come from aa $I and that be knew the Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Cooper
rRElWITHPURCHASE million bond lease which wouldbe quail were under the truck alo IUd of the motel wire
LIBRARY OF ANY CONSOLE STEREO Aa antlyil of the Negro voUa repaid with funds from the teat when game official triedto passengers la the Roblnwa cir.Mri. .

1 easts several districts In county utility franchise 'tax. atop him.Charm Cooper received seven
South Dad for the date of LOn. of I tht atrongeat 'obeeon broken rib and a broken collarbone
THE KINGPORT ALL-WEATHER "42* I I I ndMtyi for mayor and County ( to tile rrionlng of the I ,
TRADITIONAL: MAHOGANY I Coynmlaaloa reommndd by property for aa airport bat Talks + Neither! of the men were In
BLACKWALLS the niwly-orranliad South been Richard Zaua who Operate jured '
Dad Political Action League a nursery adjacent te the Miss Gayli Canon, directorof
1iiL] !] indicates that all member of airport altt. He claims the rezoning the Charm Modeling Agencyof The accident occurred when
the endorsed group appearedIn baa prevented bit refinancing Coral Gables and HontMlead, Robinson attempted to make a
'Wkly. .: I $8 $11 a runoff position or won bla/ business, yet fcU will speak In the home eoononv loft turn Into Caribbean Blvd.
aweeplnff tictorlea. property li not Included In the lea elaaaea tt Cutler Ridge Junior from the aouth-bound lane of
I < f" st The breakdown, cover In voting airport tract. The bond Issue U High School Monday and at U. S. 1 and was struck by a

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!, ., "" Ii 'so II. .. dlatrlct sot SOI lOt lOll expected to have strong op- Palmetto Junior High W.dnae- northbound cir on the high-
,
I"""' ''' .70 II' "oft driven A 1C Andrew
by
from the Anoclationof way -
position day on charm and
grooming
f UI Ul H MMtoM >WI Iu 208 and S10, dlacloaed the tap.
r.::! '. ,. ,"rtK li'l a15rec.pp.ep' i Unincorporated Area,. wardrobe hint. Riley, Miami stationed at
: \ ... tseven I.'.- *.. M if proximately 8,263 Ntgron cut o __ ___
Homestead Air ..
Force .
e tm M It nut l'U .M M their votes.Allowances. B.
'\\J., I .et,nid ssmble Ml< mad for district i Variance
Zoning Richard Perry, were not
.x' ; 204 (45 per cent Negro voUri)
l injured
although both vehicleswere
3 and district 205 (with IS percent
t "42" Negro voters) show that ,, heavily damaged.
i
L. ; the slate captured 47 per cent Rules Bern driver reported that
Tightened
,WHITEWALLSQ of the total with Individual the etfnal light was green
Model candidate follows end they ttwveh the ether
RC 7100 _scoring ai I
Zoning variance in going to types of voting machines before driver/ wes el fault./ A traffl
Dual channel iterea amplifier winston Wynne, 43 per cent) [
GE 4-seed changer $ \ 13IMI Tom Saaao, 44 per cent; low b* harder to com by In Dad making a decision: on whichto teeth |sudse will decide who,
4-ipeoker Whltworth 45 per cent! Joe County from now on. purchase in time for the If either driver, was
System S Boyd, 71 per ants Tom O'Mal The Board of County Commlnloneri May prim.riel. The Intersection 1* particularly
Model RC 7131 In Danish Modern 149" Icy, 44 pry cent Alex Gordon, approved a new ordinance The 200 new machine which dangerous during the
Walnut with AM/FM Radio, FM I Will 'I ler 46 per cent! Arthur Fatten 47 Tuesday which will will replace those now In UM evening ruih-hour period

Stereo, tuner $2.95 wkly, $215.95 f fcM-frp h.. Ul*Mf G.mee, .It.. aMH" Ul per cent) Earl SUrnea, IS percent require a thres-fourths majority by the county will provide Many Cutler Ridge reddest

AM HMMwkM 12 M .TO tin: l.:l.AMpss: .e and Walter Wets.. 48 per vote of the Zoning Advisory ipacet for t larger number of bypass the light and continue
t>M-M mr liMtl* etnt Board and a two-thlrda majority ballot entries south to the tint entrance to
$3.25 Wkly :;+t Pie LAKEWOOD 'A w eau (HUPHM*. According to a spokesman,I vote of the County Commiilonera *- Municipalise wen granted the Cutler Ridge shopping Center

,.a 4V 1. ',:lj r the league will continue to cam before a toning variancecan another year't exemption and cut through the puking .

aYr "j r'tl palgn for the balance of the be granted, from the Metro charter provi- lot to reach Caribbean.
r1,+ candidate lion which raqulrea their nil practice bat flUted tccldent -
acheduled adopting
ti appear ,...... ef the trdlnarMOwaa
in the
F In the runoff election.Cont'd county tax rolls shopping center
DOWNI
CREDIT
NO MONtY
ModelRC7331 INSTANT vrped ky the Dad Cewn parkin lot Mlthomh then

for holder of Cri.rg.-.-.. .. ty AiaeelatlM ef Unlnctr have been no serious i -Injuries

Cradlt Cards.el I prat4] Areas Mr*. Iwfkln Police Quickly ao far,
and National Fall-child spoke In behalf ef
C r a the AVA. ,.,t. R. A. McFtrland,
J NATION-WIDE LIMIT GUARANTEE It's Rodeo Jewelry Stolen commander ef the District/ 4
"I I After hearing objectlona aherlfft ilaHen In Perrlne,
lit iml M MnOw/N Mill. M .1""'/ aM M to m4v/.. Halt. M to from two members of th* Miami From Area Home plant te meet temerrew with
Hit H Mesa Time
HMI UN Mtkt
'eT au NM/ fiooorui auto au UMAKTU .....'S HKI M ..**. AgainIn Board of Realtor the Dade fraffle engineer{ Robert
N r'""Ft MlM" > M MtWUII t.* airs. IMl ........, .!east NMIIttl* fWKtafM.if I commiaalonen Voted 10-1 In Approximately 1425 worth of Denevan H discuss the traffic"
4 a cooorua tiai I rusts uwota nil I.r:: o was IHM eoooe S. Dade favor ,of the ordinance. Robert jewelry, stolen from the red. .t the Intenecrlen.
Including AM/FM Radioeen.a, 15115,5 M IM UnltH IUIM M4 CtMM Mk tllMMM* M I ,
., ,. ....* Brake was oppoaed.Commlaaloner I dents of Mr. Donald Clark.
Stereo Tuner see tics SewS M.llMl I>M4* H rawliwi' 515 tot "(* *] "
,[ Arthur fatten (820 SW 164th TN last Sattrdar McFtriand said ht win pre-
'e 6 speaker a South Dade High School: She aid that 60 per cent of the night! was recovered: ear lent other traffic problems
received a complete western application to the: toning boardare I ly Sunday morning. which may need the study and
e All Above Feature outfit from the Homestead for toning tariancea. recommendation of the traffic
$265:95NO: MONEY DOWN Rodeo Association, and a princeai In the past, toning Tartan Michael Roes North Miami, engineering department
Deluxe was arrested by Metro deter
Throughout diamond ring from ruch eet have been easier to obtain elves Bernard This In Affect would eme mtt
er and Sona Jewelry. than, changes la toning.Variance Bnvermaa and e left turn Hfhf, In that
UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY' Runnerup Dee Williams who applied for prior Bob Noonan and from three Station 4 InPorcine men arrow would Indicate
old S260 worth of ticket, lath uniformed e left turn '
,... to the effective data of the officers eppnilmately IIaecenda
ra FILTER-FLO. daughter of MaJ. and )Mr*. ordinance will not be affectedby Two from North Dad*. kit,. the reiularn /
thouaand dollars
William H. William Her pritei the new regulation.In worth I n HiM ellewt teeMs t*
of
WASHER 1 GENERAL ELECTRIC were a western hat and jacket other action Jewelry and a pistol wen mace threvth the Interne'Clan.
from the Rodeo Association, The commissioners found In Roia' room. H* wa / .

t 12 lb. Clothscopocity FRESH FOOD 13 and a watch from Fiicber and the hiring of Gordon approved breaking booked on and four entering charge and of Residents of the area lay

Sons Larson to make a special study polo they don't can what color light
; e Water Saver Load htl :'. : REFRIGERATOR lion, *a well ** other government of the propoeed expansion! of session of a pistol by a convicted I II used ti long at the county

Selection hAI1 A dignitaries, Including the Florida Power and Light felon. nets Mm* inrt n' *r.fflj> 0 .. is .MAXUOTKfltilmtan County! Manager Irving Me. Leas than five hours elapsed trol Into'operation ;
v J W..h Cycles r'I 's i rOOD STomu Co plant at Cutler. Lanon I frob the time of the break-!nat which would
q Nayr formerly headed the Lot An- eliminate the present danger.
SMALL nUDtUa the Clark horn
Water Temperature }; his+, ix Rodeo queen Sandra la the gel,, Air Pollution Control and the *r- The operators of the Ibop-
teat of Rosa
t Selection I I --r daughter of Mr. and Mr Ken at 1:15: a.m. Sun ping
,.rfettlor/ fimillii wM alrufy a. District day. center would also like the
f<:_:jpray ilnaeDetergent /have Ireenr and want mora neta Markham of NE nth The commission decided: to through traffic to stay on the

., Diipenier l room for cash foodtl Street and U t. student at take a look at two different I highways and streets and not

.. 13 euc ft /Nit Volume.MODa Sweet Adelines Interfere with tbopper traffic
Extra Large ump on the parking lot

2 Rime TemperotureiSoek S .. S I

Cycle 21995$275 Wkly 319"SERVICE DO YOU NEED Membership OpenThe Air

Porcelain Tub It Botket TA444V JO TRANSPORTATION TO THE: POLLS Explorers.
$ Wkly I Miami Chapter .f Sweet Air Explorer Squadron U*,
CALLHUGHLAN' Adeline* Inc. It conducting It* apoMored by the Kendall Math

annual membership drive for odlat Church, recently had a
LONG new member.
GOODliuR weekend campout at Flab Cat-
STORE Anyone Inttnated tiring log Creek .
HEADQUARTERS out for the group caa attend While then, one ef the me-
III meeting at the Miami Cog.lervatorjr then, Mri, K. F.
147' CI'ItII",
N. FLAGLER HOMESTEAD-CI 7-4545
CI 7.1489 Cl 7.1598 of Muile Mlt flW earned her honorary Woodi
Paid Political/ Announcement 73rd 8t.; South Miami, Wedaea- Driver'l Merit Badge.

I lays at 8',.m. or all MO t8009. The squadron will hold ill

father-ion banquet Toeadey.I .

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February I, I MI The NIW LEADER and CUTLER "ID6I.,IIUkJI fM Three



, ''I Hospital News I Five Births In One Day


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Jmti Archtr SmlrrHOMIITIAD Pirtln
K>rm.n Mr. and II... Robert It Morrlton .
Sutton Debbie toper Btsle boy, Jan. 29. '

Skill Patrick Hayce, ffttHamDoulwriy lilamaraa'aMr.

Marvell Iiroif.Jamta and Mri. Robert W. Wil.IIlm.on j I
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Bonner, Fred Ilkle Jr. I IL
boy, Jan. tt.
Earl: Vogel Jr., EIII.b.Llllimitb, Miami 17 .
Conilinr Witt, Aidle Law.
Mr. and Mra. Simon W. I
.rrnre Virginia Wapner Mar Pcnti, Jan. 30.
rr McMillan Sr., Thrlma Rlkrr
Erie Judah Sunn Krlenke.
Seats Miami HI.pl..1IIItTHI I I Ir
Janet CaMonguay Edith Ay>
rault Lr,,'le (Calahin Henry
Stelmackl, Ernie Duffy, Noah Mr. and Mra. Ronald Cue of
Francli. 9300 SW 192nd I>rI\'., a daughter.

FLORIDA CirV Cheater .
Wada, Carol (alaultt William Mr. and Mra. Richard Medlln r rr
Moullon, Lyndli Doyal, William of 10021 Bahama Drive, a
Anjfllne, Jam Brcltcnbach daughter. '
Helen Walnsott. Elida Gultlrr- )tr. and Mra. Walter Lund :*
rest, Linda S.ephan.IIISURI : or 1720 SW 122nd Nan, a ., 4J r s
CITY Albert daughter.Mr. .,p.7IL,. I ,* a-j
Strickland Louis Schroeder, and Mra. William Downlln
John' Moore, Ulllan King, Ruby of 4120 SW Vial Ave., a
Caion. daughter.
NARANJA Clarence Coop, Mr. and )fr.. Cyrua Ruaacll
ler, Johnnie Wllllami, Walter of 13540 SW 74th Place, a
Sumner, Onle Brown. I daughter
GOULDS Lorttta Hoover, Mr. and Mra. Alan Weddle of
Olivia Guerrero. 5730 SW 106th Dace, a non
.
FLAMINGO Jamei Summer
*, Clara Schilling.ISLAMORADAVllllim. Baptist Hospital I r
I I) l BIRTHS
Clark Dorothy Wllllimron.FIRRINI Mr. and Mra. Charles D.w.I
Terri Morrlaon ton of M20 Bahama ,
POMPANO MACH Patrl- daughter.Mr. I
and Mn. Hirlin Allen L
cia Schoen, Francis Schoen.
;
i LONDON, KY. Vin Buren Jr ot WOO Bahama Drive, aon. .. -- -- ,
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; Smith.
CHICAGO Delia Kahn. Mr. and Mra. Lee V. Carrollof CHOW TIME FOR A HALF DOZEN new arrived of Filches blooded mere, Dial. Gold, keeps en eye en block puppies; born leter the some dey. Mother end
; RINTON, WASH. Nina ,10931 SW 42nd St., a daughter the Milton Fischer mtnogt in Homestead gets the her new filly colt, Morquiia, born early in the morning babies ere doing fine, but M,. end M,.. Fiacherheven't I

) Huicland. Mr. and Sins. Wl'llam Bin,. full ottentlon of mothers and babies, who don't know lost Mondey. At left, Pemme, the French poodle, quite recovered from the iheck of the double
Pit.MOINES, IA, Nellie ham of moo SW Mth Ave., a or cert thot their owners en potting out clger to who mode headlines by fetching her mistress lunch blrthdoy. (Stoff Photos).
,, Gentry.FHILADILFHIARayDct- aon Ctltbrete the oll4n-on.-doy blrthi. At right, the from a hamburger shop doily, watches her live ,let*

lller. Mr. and Mra. Henry. Obennauf -
of 1130 SW Seth Ave., a

BIRTHS daughter.Mr Car NEWS LEADER ClassifiedsVAN
; Hmtfad I and Mri. Bruce Bart- Boy Injured By Shop

i A 1C and. Mn Thomas E. lam of S703 SW Win Ave., a
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Wagoner, boy, Jan. K.
t P Mr. and Mra. Cabln Maclat, tonMr.. and Mra. Richard Souter !
girl, Jan. 2S. of 7920 SW 17th St., a daugh Terry Louder-milk, 8, of of 41 8. FlNgltr 8t., Home- vehicle while the vehicle was
A 1C and Mn. Jamei L. Florida City la In Baptlit Hoi- stead. according to Investigating permitting a pedestrian to croia
Strong, girl Jan. W ter.Mr, and Mra. Edwin Robin- pltat with a fractured akull ; officer Henton Watson the street.TV .
Mr. and Mra. Robert Wilt ion of woo SW 9th Ave, a and -other Injuries after being The boy had crossed the
truck by a car In front of hi.
Jan. ion
girl 31. Irn-t to board Sunday school
florid. City Mr. and Mrs James Nipperof home Sunday morning. bui, and then recroawd to Commercial;
f
Mr. and Wn. BartolomcGutlerret 9380 SW 109th Ter., a daugh- The hospital !td hla condl-hi, home| apparently to ret Filmed In AreaTwo Q
boy, Jan 29! ter. tllln "
aa "catiafactory. LmMhln
Mr. and Mra. David D. Etc- Mr and Mra. Fell Huertaa he had forgotten,
phan, boy, Jan SI. of 5023 SW 102nd Ave, a aon Terry, IOn of )Ir. and Mra.'when the accident occurred. area boys acted! aa "ex DYKE
I \. GuldaMr. Mr. and Mra. Howard B. Andrew Fltthugh of SW Seventh tr." In a televlilon commercial Priced To Move
SStlO
I and Mrt. Ruben Cuerrero Vaughn, of SW 64th Court, a Street, was hit by a car! Pray was charged with over that was filmed In Bryan MOBILE HOMES ON OUR
girt Jan. 28. aon. driven by Earle,1), Fray. 81. taking and ruling a atopped Edward Park In Florida' City 3 Bedroom, 1 Vi loth TOO MANY
I last Friday. They are 7-year* LOT. LARGEST STOCK IN SO. DADE
old Jimmy Bagtett, IOn of Mr. Completely Furnlihed -WE WILL DEAL-

!;. and Mra. J. E, Raggett of BW I Open am. r((( ..
rPI 164th Street, and 12.year-old tit / ( ,
Timmy Hatcher, ion of Mr, $4795 1 1lL IJ .Ljt.ran{ Monday through _II
/111 byer Dade County flie voferi are swinging > 0 and b1,.. T. E Hatcher of SW t.: Saturday

13lh Street Low Monthly PoymentiLow
The film featured a profeialoml Sundays 1 tl2473901\
model from a Coral Ga Down Peyment
bleb agency, Kevin Gllirer.' BAKER MOBILE HOMES
Being filmed by the Xndnar C Only One Left At
WALTER Agency Inc. of New York City This Price -v 29200 So. Federal Hwy. ,Homeiteed

the commercial was made
for the Goodyear Co.

GRAND OPENING OF ,




RALPH PQSTON ENDORSE why did WALTER WEISS? BIG DISCOUNT



for COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 8 K


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POSTON ANSWERS AN IMPORTANT QUESTION 27 N. Krome Arc., Homestead, Fla.

Have I Endorsed WALTER WEISS?

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HAIRSPRAY ,GHILDRENSSWEATERS LADIES WASTEBASKET STEPONHALF -

WALTER WEISS, THE MAN

Member and Deacon of Flril Presbyterian Church of HomesteadS SLIPS

Resident of Dado County for tho past 23 yea,.. Marrltd. Two childrenand JUST WONDERFUL


OUTSTANDING a grandfather former twice.Chairman .f the Dado County Commtttlon, 66 1.44REG.

"H.rd_rk I.the key,.bright new f nt.r.far D.... C...".I Ia...worked,.. ell mf life, 88(f 1.27
..d my pledge t* yew la to ...tllc.'..11"1...,., cad .1111I',towards achieving t.... gala, we
..II dealre. fey Oed C..."- to elks'It a better piece In which to live end_,k.
Tevr veto cert Mf me to serve r..."

WAITER WEISS 1.98 REG. 2.98 REG. 2.98 REG. 39c


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the News iliea er Gillcspic EyesConstable's



P.MC OTutltr! 2id.&e- trvIne ftet Post .

feMMiW ..wr S..'.f Ml Tkmfar Vr IfMMCtMe' N*** IM, ;
IM tin MOTMIM* N.w. PolHlM. IMT M.K, IM seal, ....
....' Dale EPour1L
o..ar.ark Il : 't
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) 'mR4ortr5 4 Stone Gets Role
K...... It lk. H....*' 1M 011lM Ie 11IM. Clue MsIYe O1So
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1S tAAIYJ..W.il UJ eAUIMS: VtM-VTMMnl PIMM, ***.M w4 OMTkl riklMu MlHIOT* M Former Hwnetteid Police Chief Wit- until May 1. Wben Rick kn't tooting on the
k ALT ft TIMriM, MHwikMrl + mournful Instrument!, '
Him (Red) GtUeiple, who ran for iherlff M s hawking red

.....&ee. tI t-teal ,...... CI e,'UI lilt year, li having a tough: time paying eatite. V\
I!..1 CI 140,0 Rs I>{E 1AREyE Yay off iccumuUled: debts from the polllicil 4

tots |>U.a IMMI tt, ..B t ...... fetal ..!*.. let) Irwr experience.But A Renlck newt flash! 1% Renkk, chief
It4i If m It *nu m>.klri M .ru.dk II MU ewr.
H jio4roPF1k huckster for Don Alien Chevrolet'
fan
he'i not deterred from ambitions been

shod All .M....kik.M,. ihnM. to .Mim4 t. ,... Mm.. Lee....... e Goy to become a public servant He now hit named to manage the pollM| | campaign
D.dltoot ... lit H.... .... fl.rt4., I.... 101TMCo his eye on the upcoming for hit brother Dick, a Mlanl motion pit
Nt .W .....M ........ _...!..*... lure director, Ralph, i thlrt member of \
diy I!... IT, ,_.... IIUI election for the post of | w; ,,
constable In District 4. ( the clan, Is news director M Channel) 4

run tor; t__ Offloe, III ,...... A.... vt.t / :' Cllleiple told this reporter A kick.off breakfast li slated 'for brother

that already be hit Dick, running for state leglsliture, liter

met pledges of support U he a this month.

Co i tin come up with sufficient _w .
A Team To Make Metro .
CottA money to conduct aump.l" Cameron Hiwley, author of "Cikh )fro

exc M Call" md "Executive Suite" viaiteHome..

and Work For Best Interests Red would like to get tend T'leidiy to buy I boat from VixwiMirine
rev back In some phase of MartSpending
police work, for he's emi!- l.neckienoently
ilk qualified, but the personal coat! of the winter it Marathon Shorn,
Tuesday is the day Dade County voter the recent plunge Into politics ran Into the III*Icy i travel In a pickup true coa.

mbwt choose six members of the first County Com- thouiandi, verted to camper, which li really a ttivt).

minion which will sit under the charter amend r Ing office The author li currently putttnt

vol relent which reduces the size of the board and' 1 1 .4, ti the finishing touches on two book i lit'.
Ron Stone, newt director st Will, hn been writing simultaneously, md he's due
provides that all its members be elected
shall
a right to mike) like peacock because of in Hollywood next month for filming mi
Ikn countywide Three Joe Boyd Alex Gordon and \. his lelectlon to appear In "Hieing Fever," of the two.

Arthur Patten, were chosen last week when n'A111i'I1J written and directed by William Crete. The till, ilender, ,muslithloel

vu they polled a majorlt of votes. He alone was chosen from in entire roster and rugged writer purchased a Boston
CO of announcers la the Greater Miami area Whaler for fishing In the Keys, Mr ;
of We have previously stated our opinion 'II.' for the role of television announcer In a George Mixson, who chatted with Hiwlev I h

U that the commission should be composed of lake off of in ABC World Wide Sports described his ii "charming and easy to

Tt men who will resist any further downgrading segment The picture li chock full of convene with"
OurFriendsWftove action and deals with the Gold Coast Marathon .
of city governments in the county, will give
: There Is the annual rice from Miami to A proud pop li Richard Schmunk who
I
unincorporated areas a bigger voice In county
StIt Went Palm Beach.Incidentally .
reported how hli inn, Richard Jr, made I
Ita affairs, and will exert extra effort to lure new he'll soon be taking his headlines In Tallahassee newspapers( recenlly. '

industry Into this area. annual soave of absence to perform itchlif .
Some Progress In Panama
Thus announcer it the Internationally famoui The Florida Stale student was the tic I
our recommendations for Tuesday'svoting
races it the Sebrlng International tlm of a thief, who took a substantial sum \
are I RAY CROMLIYWuhington to have on our side He'i apparenlly Preblem S-The "!'Iteilln. Grand Prix featuring factory. driven and of money hid In the locker it bin fri-

For Winston afraid of nothing, tereat second and third generation entrants from all over the world. (entity home,
mayor, Wynne ; represents- (NEAt
.
Thek case of M.j) Ariui of tone em-
group Dick did little and decided
the from District 1, Tom Sassoi: District 2 Lew Short, paunchy Col. L Viller- and Col. Vallrrlno a speculating
ire typical plo>ei who Stile and Dcfcnn
ino li commandant of the Rickey Carmen, "king of the uxo- upon I suspect who hid access to the
Whitworth ; District 4, David Kennedy: District Panama National Guard, the ,ofl the seemingly small but Department private reports phone" hn been signed by Bob Patrick area

7, Hughlan Long, and District 8, Walter country' combined army and i US very military real Individual. and foreign glint service the say hive of French taken eolonlilltti on the attitude In for a longer stay! it the Par.Tee Lounge, He staked out several! ban In the area

Weiss. police groups have made in Algiers and of the Brltlih The new pact extends his engagementcwHt and spotted his man. Police did the rest

Prior to the primary When tilled into ictlon, Panama since the IU9 riots Colonel Blimps In the old
we made no recom- Col Villerino's troop did a The W4 riots made It clear, Indian Empire,
mendations in the District 4 contest Both Ken- rapid and efficient job tit} JHuellH" however, that tome major Solution I l i suggested by
nedy and his opponent, Tom O'Malley wouldserve '' 'n!.ri .nd nil"* I r"\'M.\ '-II .'i 111|| uniolved. 'rmv and ine "vetenni" Out
.
.
Dade County well, but we give the edge Inc .I-, ,'" I' t ten..\ ." wee '...1'."...'. -+M't' r''II' emnloyei perl- ,
to Mr. Kennedy on several factors, including II' ,e ti 8. 1'iilnrllyi 'dlcallv, it li done with U 1j1l1lr ; IIJ
The sto( wii different In! i ,
his y tune-The U. 8 govrnor S diplomat and militarymen
experience the
Miami ,
on City Commission
.
the big ontl US, riots In Pin 7 I who reports to the and give more qualified .
(he was acting mayor of the city during Mayor I 3 .
ama just over four Keats' rmy, the commanding genial Panamanians access to
High's/ recovery from a heart attack), his ago Then, the Panamani5rilwere 1 of the U. S, Southern professional jobs In the zone ---

youthful vigor and mature judgment unablo to curb the dlsBy ] nmmind' who report to the Some U S, experts believeIt 20 YEARS AGO issue .f Friday, ,... I, 1114.)

As for Mr. turbancei. I' S. troops had t lint, Chiefs of Staff, the am- will\ also be neceiury. to (Takenram fllei .f the HonrnmJLeadir
Long, our readers will recall do the job.American, "**. 'Ilor who to Secret adjust the of .
reports Pini
wages and and and
that prior to the IntarprlM, a.". .. Frl- Orange grapefruit grower -
endorsement primary of him we changed our original expert uy I It) ..17 of State Ruik, ind minim tone employei, raise day, fob (, 1144,) then wire two of the major crops In Souts
to George Wilson after H>me U. S. congretemen .Yto U. S. CiDil Zone payments to
,
wii beciuaa In 1159 Col. Vats Louis Stephen five and one half pound Dade 50 years ago-were experimental
we concluded that Mr. Long was guilty of .tt, In directly In various Panama, expand lid for low-
lerlno
didn't .
Just tare IOn, wn born Feb 1 to Mr. and Mri. with pre-cooling railroad care of citrus
playing politics
on a Seadade zoning hearing/ 1 Zone iffilrt, coat Panamanian housing,
Behind this differencethere'i Robert P. Mirth of Homestead The mother and not adding more Ice on the trek to
However
Mr. Wilson was eliminated in the a story. of 1I.1ta""lleated solution; one top help establish more small industry -
primary. We do not t wn the former Ml.. Cynthia Biondo. Baltimore
excuse Mr. Long for that things IIt's .
Can used In the test carried precoollng
vote, but his previous voting record on Sea a story of a Cipt. Aij l
dade and his work as a commissioner for South gel Anus of the Panama Mi* 'i'T For More thin 50 gueits attended a vilen- machinery, a six'cylinder, M hone-
Dade In the past speak well forhlm. tlonil Guard being isked by I Barry, Rocky tine dines honoring the 18th birthdays of power engine and ammonia compreuor
the U S. Army to be sports Mlai Anne Pheney and Billy\ Jacobs at the Fruit wn pr -cooled to 42 degreei and

liaison officer. This seems tikeS Woman'i Club building, can to 20 degree, Loaded, the can were
trivial thing, but the captain Hopes Ride On scaled and dispatched, and arrangements

Birth Control Is Key: loved it Workers of the local office of Florida were made for temperature of the fruiton
The captain li now Major Tower and Light: Co got a Navy citationfor arrival at IU destination to be wired

Arson, commander of the Pit- California Vote their "all-out delivery. to meet war back to Florid.
To Halting Of PovertySpeaking ice Guard His Influence wii demands on the company" from the commandant \
Important In getting action.on of the Seventh Naval District One of he most unique revival services
putting down the rloU.
Then there'i Col. Vallcrlno : By BRUCI IIOSSAT Accepting the award wan Roy S. Chandler In South Dade church history. begin at

of poverty, Pennsylvania's Sen. himself. He wit Invited to ) manager, who supervised the brinch'i White Temple Church, with a father and
Joseph S. Clark has cited one of the principal study it the U. S, Army WASHINGTON (NEA) The delegitei cub regl, service to Richmond: Naval Air Base, often two toni, ill preacher, conducting the
causes of that sorry state overpopulation.Sen. School of the America andradu.ted ter wiU start to ring up bard currency for Arlioni'i Sen called "the blimp bise." service
with honor. This ,Barry Goldwiter on Feb; 28 and 29 In Oklahoma and e

Clark and J, Kenneth Galbraith, for gives him considerable prestige forth Carolina Local and county police kicked off a John T. Knight advertised "For the

advocated mer U.S. ambassador to India, have strongly The Army organized These two stales lead off the long parade ol GOP statee'onvesUone drive igalnst vagrancy In an attempt to pirticulir mm, that clem-eut wit-$IJ and

the world's birth control to limit the growth of special courses to train Ida In which a majority of delegates to the July get every employable mm Into South tlT. Boy,' cults ringed from $3.50 to

population. The billions being key offlcen. convention will be chosen, Dade fields to tart for and harvest crops. $8 and many featured in extra pair of
spent for foreign aid cannot begin to eradicate By Latin standard, ,tha7 l jtolonel' I Firmer hid liked for the drive to help trousers,
poverty'al long as the population continues outfit became s : lallonal meeting U considered s formality. By battle a prolonged shortage of farm labor .
to grow at the present rate Sen. Clark and.polish unit with pride; party action, the .t.t.'. 22 votes have beenBdrry's Carl Deden finished
i told the Planned Parenthood Federation discipline and ability. Thi, pocket for some months planting 10 acres
at the .
.
Ma
) Wilbur Free, ititloned In Aus.trsilia of tomatoes, and reported conditions M
opening a national $4.4 million fund-raising showed up In the riot The North Carolina situation li Dot quit 10 neat
wrote hit mother, Mn. J. U. Free, near-ideal that be had
trol. never seen plants
drive in New York City. Mr, Galbraith cited Col. Vallcrlno li i good ma I den there say two or three of the 28 delegates miythemaclvei about ChrUtmn day In Sydney and described loan good condition.
India's huge annual population increase as that uncommitted. This prospect represents the hospitality of Australian fam- .
country's most serious problem. r&llpp.ae In the stale tines President Lyndon
tiles who Invited him and his buddies to Hugh N. Arthur, holder of the farthest f
'n lock over
Population growth is particularly high in icr measure of slippage .U the fact that North holiday dinner. mouth homestead In the United States, wii '
Asia and Latin America and it is in the coun Grist Young Republican. invited Penniylvinli's Gov. a frequent visitor to Homestead, willing
tries in those SO YEARS AGO the eight miles from his cabin to town
parts of the world that there Is Scranton to their convention at Durham lie
the greatest hunger and lowest living stand- And m down (Taken from this .. !me Scott Florida long i Rarified road south of what li

ards. Experts on the subject have pointed out Banner, teuth D....'. first newspaper, now Palm Drive In Florida City
pater will pick up mother eaay 18 votes March
for years that the population in those countries Grits South Carolina convention.

where the birth rate is highest steadily outstrips M;, despite these tint easy' collection, Goldwater Is For And About Teenagers
)
efforts to ease hunger, stamp out disease
Icularly advantaged by the 1964 schedule layout
By OLIN MILLER',
and provide decent standard
a of
living.
mentions and primaries
L i
As Sen.. Clark quite rightly has pointed out, "The freeway will be lance, more than a fourth of the total of 1,308 Boy Who 'Likes' Two Girls
to public travel tomorrow i ili nvention delegates will be chosen by itate con-
it is a problem that no longer can be neglected, to afford *
expected
regardless of "the timid or the squeamish or siderable east-west tritffcongestion. 'I' or sUie\ committee meeting in Juner, most of

the modest." ." Sin Miu result of the June S California primary are Presents Puzzling Problem

(Calif.) Tlmei. It' just Ilk
JOu'.. been hearing By tina ht part of this Wai, since It Include New
freeway ii completed, .til set for Gr Nelson Rockefeller, and the B8 in By C. D. SMITH

Carol Carlon Receives more ire.needed.. blaster bjition.oldwater THI WIIK'f LETTERS I
lost the California primary. and its like s boy very much and bo
If you haven't heard 11m| harp tremon would swiftly be felt In the conheduled tells mo that he likes me.

Special Congratulations teen cigarette smokers< In the days immediately following la But, there ii another girl
"If I I '
don't smoke
New Mexico, Minnesota, Connecticut, Idaho, who likes him. alto leo
la tool
Issue, and tension
at.vvAYe'o
harmful to me thin ems h, Utah. Montana and Virginia. When he li with me, the lialwiyi ,; ,v TRYINe Tit
Eleven-year-old Carol Carton of SW 83rd leg" you've been out! of c ithe Goldwate md the Rockefeller camps now trying to get his ittentton r 64T tIN(
Avenue, a student at Howard Drive Elemen- dilution recently. rnla ,down I' critical to the 1964 nomination 10 he will go off with ;
tary School, has been receiving special, well- her.

deserved congratulations of late. "Bachelor and roomer leb.nt> prospect intyl* New Hampshire prill /
eta 'i.
When he calls me, he tells 1
,And' lightly so, for Carol, daughter of leg nt|facilities fenced yard close and In.wa" I the schedule +. underscore this Judgment ne that he likes me and that alee I

.A."'lIrr;:and Mrs. Roland J. Carlon, has become Classified id!in the Lornp' Vrr entries fogging up the Goldwater-Rocke- be doean't like her. Then, be
Tntillon
something of a national figure. (Calif.) Record. Nor the New Hampshire verdict could calls thin other girl ind tell

"" winta to know' If :thal'se.aarily sivedwitcr. '( ,X her the lime thing-that he I
While a fifth grader Carol, In a field meet a package deal, "j man, basically optimistic, thinks the likes her ind doe not like Don't be too concerned, -ind he will\ respect you for
last spring at Moore Park, won the high-jump ..I ht win no more than 10 of the itate'i 14 del. me. about this other girl tryingto It.

in the 10.11 age group. The mark she set later A lowbrow li I person wh against opposition the Goldwiterltei argue ii "go- Should I forget thin boy, get his attention while he By the time token If you
was held to be tops In that category in the thinks the brains of an ..... ere." since he calls\ this other girl U with you unless he know this boy la using the
state, and then tops in the country head arc addled 11. New Hampshire, Goldwater md Rockefeller mayo and tells her the lime thing should happen to give her his time "line" more than once,
CoIf again until two months later la the he tells m. or what should I attention while he U with you then politely tell him that you
So, last 'week she was presented a certificate you are in ornlthologmd doT" I like him very much. Should this happen, you doubt hit sincerity,
r 011 primary where a mere 18 votes ire at
from the Amateur Athletic Union of the are running low on son OUR RIPLYi If you like should In a nice and polite Be lure, however, that you
United States formerly designating her as thing to worry about, j the boy very much, you dont way, Inform him that boys hive the fact In hind and
Iecislons for face to-face test In District of
champion high-jumper In her category may wish to worry I sf e want to "forget about him" who .tike you out and then ire positive that he It telling
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feat and Maryland primaries in May
over the report that 'he Virginia just because he calls another give their attention to someone the other girl the lime thing
v It's a rare distinction Carol now holds, kapo, a New Zealand flig fr the picture aoif'wt But even these would girl on the telephone or else don't take you out he tells you. The mere fact
and we Join her many friends in extending our leas bird li facing extta I California, far o ''Wr June, u the great waterV because he likes another girl "'lToftell. "lOmebod," laid It was true
congratulations." tlon. J"a' too. You can gay this sincerely doean't mean that it 1110.ur.d.y .
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February t, VU The NEWS LEADER and CUTLER RIDGE-PERRINE POiT r... flft




Your Weekly S. Dade Churches Plan Revivals)World Day




RW nwnfn w I Of Prayer

Bible/ Lessonby Baptists To Hear the Perrlne First Monday Baptist and Church running of Nashville

through Feb. 18.

Dr. Robert a. Lee of Mem. Preacher Due Plans Set
Noted Evangelists phi., Tenn. will be evangelist
JANE P. HIGGINS t for the nightly aervlcei starting
at 7 lBO,
The two Urgrit Baptist Homestead will open Ita rtvl- At Princeton I SL Andrew'i Lutheran

Peter James And John churches of South Dade will val Sunday, while that at First In hi. nearly 88 yean ai I ,Church, Homestead, will be the
pastor of Bellevue Baptist
conduct revivals next week, Baptlut Church of Perrlne be- Church In Memphis, more than I Rev. Asa Sparks of Nil !scene of the World Day of

I y JANII P. HIOOINS Three times Jews prayedand bringing: to the area two of the gins the following; day, Both 24,000 people Joined the church, vllle, Tenn,, will be evangel I Priyer service to be sponsored

three times He found the outstanding evangelistic preacheri will conclude Feb. 11 Of these, some 7,000 were bin at revival services beginning it 10 am. Feb 14 by the South
SCRIPTURE LESSON: Mad trio asleep The final time He of the South tined He led hli congregationIn Dade United
Evangelist for the Homestead the Princeton Church Women.
t 1122 Mark 143233 AcU Sunday at
: ; : ; warned them that the Church
enemywas
First Baptist Church of revival will be Rev, Earl B. three building programs, and I
12:13. approaching.Acts .. Sdlngton. pastor for 20 years the Bellevue Church property! of the Xsiarene )Ir.. Ralph Malousek, chair

Today we study about threi of the First Baptist Church of ia now valued at more than 13 H. will deliver his first Itr. mm, will be program leader
men who constituted the in 1214: : "Now, about. St Petersburg. Bealdei lenin million. I Misted by Mrs Frank Richirdt .

ner circle ot Jesus' apostlei. that time Herod the king pastorate. there and earlier In Or, Lee served ia president mon Sunday morning. There and )1,.. Robert Reardon.
stretched forth hli hindi to Alabama, he haa conducted ,Pta will be no further services untlWednesday.
of the Tennessee Convention
Baptist
Peter, James and John anexsmplfi vex certain of the church I preaching missions (In Jamaica, for four terms, and also That evening and Rev. Frank 1 L. Elvery, pastor
without killed the bro
of uniformity And he James Cuba, Panama, and Hawaii.' served three consecutive each following[ evening at 7180: of the First Presbyterian
.
the lost ot IndividualityPeter ther of John and be proceeded
to Uke Peter also. Nine years ago a preaching terms ai president of the South' Yllr there will be cervices, conclui Church, ,\ill give the meditation

wit the type ,,'ho'larUvl fourteen yean hid pissed tour took him to Egypt Paler ern Baptist (:(InYlntion.H. Ing Feb 16. .
tine and European countries.
Impetuosity was always since the Gethiemine acene, : holds eight honorary degrees The World Day of Prayer be.
pushing blm to thi Many eventa hid tiken place The Rev. Mr. Edlngton holds The revival Ii In connection gins
but prefer to use only I i with service In the FIJI
front James was strong, bu during this period, not the .in A.B. dram from Canon- that of doctor of divinity, He with, Youth Week emphasis, Island and ends on the Tongs
the strength was" usuilly con least of which was the out Newman College at Jefferson graduated In 1913 from Fur.man aid pastor Hey, Gene WlKami. Islands of the Pacific, 24 hours
ceiled. Hli committal to pouring of the Holy Spirit at City, Tenn. and Th.. M. d.> i University of Greenville, DR R. G. LEE Young peopl. will pro- later
Christ was definite and com Pentecost rreee from Southern Baptist ot Perrine'
S, CH with an A.B. degree H.
vide aervlcea.FUNERAL .
thi music at the The United
Church
: Women
John represent
plate The effect of Pentecost Theological Seminary at Louie- took post graduate work III) hue
strength of gentlenesi and I extended an Invitation to
the of love. This love made a courageous hero out Rev. E. I. Idlngton vllle, X,. He also haa honorary Chicago Law School, receiving everyone In the community to
grace of the quaking, fearful Peter. tie 1'h. D In International
tot Homestead degrees aa doctor of ittend.
enabled him to live on and John became her.aide .1. divinity I
James In 1919
bid died and doctor of lava,
Christ after others .
of the gospel, even willIng -
for Him to die a mirtyr'a death e e .
Church
which James suffered but Children To Sing On. of the aouth'a outitand-I Other church news ap-
These men were allowed Ube John was spared. log clergymen and evangelists pears today on page 13.

In the closest fellowshlf The children's choir will present will lead a revival .opening at' DirectoryST.
with the Master, that the, Although Peter was Imprisoned medley of Sabbath i
might hold a unique place l III to be executed after a (N L
at the 7:30 family
hymns p.m.
partnership with Him In buildIng the Paisover, he was delivered Beth ANDREW'S
service Friday at Temple
Ills church. by a miraculous Intervention Shlrah, Suniland. SPECIAL MEETINGSat EPISCOPAL CHURCH
God
(vsi. 411))
Verse II: "And Jesus walk knew he was itlll needed, for Rabbi Morris A. Skop will MEETING AT PALMETTO
fog by the Sea ot Galilee,, hit strong leadership and preach on the topic "How To CHURCH of GOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
two brethren Peter,, Jewish" @ HOME
saw ministry Enjoy Being
1100 Old Dixie Highway Homestead
and Andrew Thla was 10401 SW 74th Avenue
after their flrsl
about a year recorded In JohnI. HEAR L. T. GULP, Evangelist REV.G.I.H1LURSunday:
meeting ai
ESTABLISHED tKt
The first call wen to dls'. (JCHURCH NOW IN PROGRESS THRU FEI 16 (SO AM., Service
elpleshlp. Now time the call )Sunday School and NurseryHomestead
to service aa anosllei. The Evangelist Secured For This Evangelistic< Crusade Has 109 NORTH KROME AVENUE, HOMESTEAD
ly His Dynamic, Flrey, Exttmporanlous Oratory Coupled
Vena 21: "And going on With Calm Common Sense Pilled,,, Many Of The Largest Community
He saw James, lad<> Churches In The Country. Circle 74131Stnlng lit Church
Ave and
John his brother, and 4th Street NW
Frl'
Community Service/ 7iJO
called them. : pnt
He EVERYONE INVITED
South Dade and the Florida Keys SUNDAY PUBLIC SERVICE
The call of Jeiui and the 100: a.nv-t.M: p.m.
compliance of Peter, Jimei SERVICE Rev. E. J, Siylor Hereby Extends A Cordial Invltilton Te The Special programs for your

and John cover the lime Sundey 8s1S 9:00 ..m_Ireeieway Drive-In Theater i Public Te Hear This Unusual Speaker Services Each EveningAt 24-Hour Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service groups TV, radio/ school upon
7.30: .m. Except Monday.
close p
and are In equeit tOIDr.
pound On K 111'1 Hwy. Just Off U.S. 1 Rev. H. S. McKelvey ,
agreement The call and Arnold V, Pent, Box ltd
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compliance were determining Homestead
: "I will\ mike you flsheriot Inlstersi. Rev Paul pent

men." They placed their These Religious Menogei, Contributed to the Cause of the Church end Key. Arnold Pent :Ird

nets future and, the the In aervanU Ills ship,hands their were-father the aU Attend The Church Of Your Choice .Community. THEY DESERVE by the YOU Following CONTINUED LOYAL CITIZENS SUPPORT!end BUSINESSES First


left behind. Christian

e e
Mitt 17.1: : "And after .11 Sincore Funeral Home Quik Way Markets33SW8lheV1411N.KromoAvo. Tom's Radiators Eagle Army-Navy Store Church
(DISCIPLES OF CHRIST
dale Jeiui taketh Peter and .. Owned and Operated by Whltey and Floyd
James and John and mON.Kromc.Avt.Homestead Meat Mkt Freth Choice Meat Cut to Order Complete Radiator Service 407 Pork Piece, Hcmesteed 1001 N.E. Kings Hwy.
bringeta them up into aa (I blk.West of Drive-in Theater)

high mountain apart, and wet Florida Open 6 A.M.I.U P.M. CI7..e33S111' N. Fe4.ro! Hwy, fI' .
Bible School ..,,... .:30 awe,
transfigured before them Morning Worship ,,..10:30 ajn,
and Hii face did ahlne ai the
lun. and Hli raiment was RICHARD ACCURSIO'S The Public Cordially Invited

white .. the light" Rev. Robt. V. Taylor
Suddoth Moving and Capri Restaurant
The of the transfiguration '
purpose
for ITALIAN AMERICAN FOOD PinetandePresbyterian
U one of the myaterlee Storage Co., Inc. Famous
In the life of Jesus. It FoodtoGo CI7-1S42 Church
} aeemi to have representedthe 137 SW 5th Ave.-Cl 74526Homeileed r ; Rev George Z>attur n

three model of human Florid."X JIr U S. 1 and Stole Rd. 27-Florida CityHoppy's World Missions Speaker
Dr.Jimei Sprunt
exlilence: Elijah In his tram- ,
r Moses absent "1 I.Ulv,.. Suffered
planted body; '
Under Pontius Pilate"
and Jesus In
from the body; '
natural body. Sunday Worship
Ills 8:30 and 11 a.m.

The "high mountain" U Sunday School 9:40: a.m.
believed to be ML Hermon Richards Implement Co., Inc. ?' Gulf Service Sunday Evening Veipera

!In the region of CsesareaPhlllppl. o" 341 S, Krome A,.. Cl 7.1931 7:80 p.m.
It risei ,200 feet 550 N, Flagler An., I I Blocks West of Caribbean

the highest mountain In Pal Ho"'tltaod-c17.1711 HomesteedFlorld.Royal Blvd. on Bluewater Ed.
estine. The three apostles Weakly Kindergarten
were thus given a unique reminder 1:30-11)30 a.m.
of the deity of Christ.in Cutler Ride Ph. HH141

strengthened event which their love lurelr and l First Church of Christ

devotion for Him. Palm Drug City Auto Service Scientist
e e w JAMES DYKES, Owner 22S SB!: 4th SU Homestead
Mark 14:32-33: "And they 806 N. Krome Ave., Homestead Lesion Sermon
came to a place Ceth- i SI N.I. 2nd Or.-Cl 7-6177 "I PI R IT""

eemane and He skein Dixie Drug Store Homestead, Florida Sun, H ..m.! 88. 11:00:
with Him Peter and James Wed, S p.m.
.
and John Federal Highway, Noranja Complete Auto S Truck Repair NURSERY OPEN
of Gethsemine READING ROOM at S3S Washngton -
The Garden *
One of the keys to Doya
'was an olive grove. It was character U bla choice of A BOY AND HIS Ave. open 11 a.m. to 4p.m.
of the Sat and Sun.
located on the slopes dally except
Mount of Olives, opposite the
Temple .r... Today, a few For a hero la wore than a lit United Church of Christ
portrait en the ..11. A hire Furniture
Homestead
still Rambler HEROES
old, gnarled olive tree Guy Caskey
itind surrounded by beds of la an Ideal t blueprint of Merger of Congregational and

beautiful flowers, which seem 29645 South Federal Hwy. greatntis, JS N. Kromt A... Evangelical, Reformed Church

to radiate the light of the And where dos a boy fad HOMESTEAD FLORIDA :9SOO SW ISJrd Ct. Leliure City

resurrected and living Savior. 11s beroeitEa t Block: South of Avocado: Dr.
But this night it was not finds them in book and 1 block Weal of Klngmaa Rd
i acene of beauty. Rather It on the playing field la btaErnie
was one of agony for the Son and Sons echool, hla I family, lie Church. Homestead Spic & Span Laundry SUNDAY
of Man. "And being in an The Churtk'a contribution Worship 11 a.m, 8.S. 143 a.m.

agony H. prayed more earnestly Paint and ', fallery' of born,. 32 NW lit St.-Cl 7-9674
Body Shop ungaa Air Conditioned
: and Hii swest 'was aa .,
It were great drops of blood Fibcrgloii Work&Gloss Installed Bible study and rellgtoaa Phone a 7-0931
'
fining down to the ground." 29945 S. Federol Hwy.-247-3870 education not only introduce
(Luke 22:44). htm to the greatest livee ever
Verse 31: "Watch and pray, lived but they teach him ST. FAITH'SEPISCOPAL
lest ye enter Into temptation.. how to build the same quail- toper's Gulf Service StationDONALD
The spirit truly ti ready but of hirglim Into lie ova
D. DWYER, Representing I eat, i"1
is weak.
the flesh Otis C. Loper, Owner CHURCH

Hamilton Funds 536 N. Kro", Are.-Cl 7-2115
St. Timothv'sPlans "A Mutual Investment Fund" R.v. N. C Wilbur, Vicar
ij HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA 10600 Caribbean Blvd.,

Mid-Week CI 78021Nick's CoprrilNJSaf Cutler Ridge'

JGtaerAdvawLV Semdce,Jet CE 54383
Lenten Servicesst. SUNDAY SERVICES
$Oaaiseg,Vs.
S .m..1:30 ..m.. 11 '.Ift.
Timothy' Lutheran Glades Prescription Shop Sunday School 1:30 ejn.

Church, Cutler Ridge, will begin Appliances s'
E. C.Jockion
a series of midweek Len. You Invited' ro attend
.... "
ten services next week on Ash Hotpoint Appliances Soles & Service17A 252 Washington Are.-Cl 7-6S41
Wednesday, with the theme w Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday CHURCH of CHRIST
"Into Thy Hands." North Flogler Are.-Cl 7-3245 Paalme Isaiah, Isaiah Matthew Mark Luke Paalma HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Topic for the successive 7:30 1I:1-S 2:14 42:1-19: 17:1-8 10:3(45 12:13-21 145:111Breeding's Which meet ot

p.m. Wednesday service will Pcrrlnc
be "Hands of Humility," "Pr.,.
Ing Hindi," "Healing Hands," Benneft Texaco Community Center
Accusing Hands," "Guilty Harry's Wheel Alignment Drug Store Pan-American Tire Co.
Hindi," and "Wonderful (FormerlyTurnereTexace) ScheduleBible

Hards." "Grace-Giving Handi" Dynamic Balancing ;, 202 N. Kromt Ave., Homeiteod 916 N. FtderoJ HwyHomeiteod Specialist In Automotive Mointtnonct School .... 101OO..Ift.

on Holy Thursday, March 28, Worship ........ 11:00...*.
and "Into Thy Hindi" on Good 407 S. Flogler A..., Homestead. 247.5311 Kers":" 52-S987 'CI 7.3733 29601. Ftd. HwyCI 7-7124
Friday will culminate the serlee. Tuesday ........ 7130 p.m.Thursday .

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iwi 'M Elant The NIWl LIADER end CUTLIR IUDCI.PIRt.INI' POST Thursday, Pebruiryt


Women's Clubs Join For Benefit Fashion Show Miss Cheryl Hite Is Bride TM 1




Of Donald Watson Barlow .1 \i


Peid d St. Matthew The Apostle Episcopal fashioned with a high necklineand Barlow, brother of the groom, '
Church In South Miami long tapered sleeves In the 'and Charles Hit, brother of
was the scene of the wedding molded bodice, The skirt was the bride,
Jan 13, of Mlu Cheryl Deane belled shipe She wore a white .1 ) : ," ',
Hlle, daughter of Mr. end Mr*. lice mantilla and carried I
4'I Charles D. Hlle of KT Jimslc bridal bouquet of phataenopals For her diughter'i wedding, 1ogo
Drive, Cutler Ridge, and and tuberoces. Mrc lilt chose I sheath beige fah
Donald Watson' Birlow Jr. too Mrs. Maurice Bolry, sister of alit brocade dress with green t lya+
of Mr. and Mrs, Donald W. the bride, was matron of honor aeceaiorlei. The groom'i mother
Birlow of Mliml. She wore a floor length gown wore a blue Mohair( lull
of green satin fashioned with with matching acmtortei. sl Grp t''
1 Rev David Bulla rector, a scoop neckline and three- Their corsages were white orchldi. r
celebrant for the nuptial mm, quarter length sleeves. The ,
wlemnlied the ceremony by skirt was bell shaped. She a J
shDI candlelight The altar vases wore a matching headpiece A reception followed the ceremony
DlM were filled with white chryiaothemumi with 'a, circular veil and car In the social hill of the :gsr' t
and glidloll. rind a bouquet of phalaenop- church, Mill Carol Barlow kept I
dl cia and carnationi. the brlde'i guest book. Mrs 1. A 1
n Mr. lilt. gave hit daughterIn John KlUon and Mrt. Frank I r y : .i'h
f0 M 'r marriage. She wore floor Bruce Lynn Davidson was Jones presided at the punch
e length gown of white brocade belt man, Ushers were John bowl. Mri. C D. Hlte, grandmother .b
n of the bride served
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Barlow It a 1962 grid
sate of Palmetto IIlgh School. ,
I r _..+ r .d1 r.y She attended Stetson University
and la presently enrolled In the
I University of Miami Her hues
$ band U a 1M1 graduate of Palmetto
High School and attend.
II II I ed Dade Junior College and the
r University of Miami He li now
employed by Mec-0-Uitlc in

Miami. .

After i honeymoon In the
L'i state, the couple will live In
t South Miami.Among .
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"IK BELLES DE PARIS" ,fi the theme of the Vogue-Bouiiee Fashion Show out-of.town guests attending I a
and Coffee to be staged by Burell".' ,t the Summit' Reitouronf, Dodelond the wedding and re- ,
Shopping Center, en Feb. 15, at 9i)0 a.m., to benefit the service' projects of the eepUon were Dr. and Mn. H.Earl | .
Barlow
Deml-Arti Club, Mongowood Woman's Club. These four mannequin, Marina' i Mich, Mri. George of Elk Bruckert Rapids of, I .
Anny, Claudia and Flomma, here flown hero from Paris for this presentation r s Chicago and the
L brlde'i
t grand-
and all are top ranking' models with tha Peril Haute Couture. Fabrics by Boui. 1 1r 1 parent., Mr. and Mn. C D. MRS. DONALD WATSON BARLOW
.
nee Cheryl Deana Hits
sec da Porli will be preienlod. These renowned cottons from France fcotura Hlte of Bndenton.
uniquely beautiful prints' for day and evening wear. Thlrty-tli' new' costumes + fi (Photo by Maitland Studio)

will 1 be shown Maw Vogue Panama from Balmaln, Cardin, Forquet, Colitiine,
Gulfs, Lanvln' Larocha, fatou, Fucel and, Ricci will) be featured, ei well at de Coral Pines Garden Club
signs, from Vogue'i New York collect! n. This gala presentation for woman who 1 ,
sew or who hove their clothes made will I ba commentated by Monlque' Bounce k'14. To Hold
feihlon director. All Bouitac fabric and Vogue Patterns shown will be available Scholarship Benefit

at Burdino'i Mlo", '. '
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I Coffee And Fashion]
: Show Feb. 10 I 1I
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Beta Phi i!' ,..It. Coffee 1
1lj/ fashions and Introduction
Sigma
:t ef 'Indent' at Dade Jr. hU IHOnd'ear at Dade Jr.
'/(... 1 their acholanhlp This year the club College. II* raises orchids both
/ : student will mark Feb. 10 for the
XI) Beta' stems Mrs. Arnold McTlwiln read '"Travel" was the topic of the .\ i" members ef the Coral Pines acholanhlp fund CoUeee'j ai a hobby and a means of
!excerpts from the current program given by Mn Kathryn Garden Club and their ueiti the entire tuition and financing his education H. will
"Who We Are" was the pro. documentary novel "Before I I Gordon but .. the program when the club entertain( continue the proRram. be present at the rlub'i coffeeto
grim topic for the Jan 27th Sleep" to> Ulualrate Dr. Tom progressed the title was the leoond annual t The reclpent of both Iw.rd.1) display some of hi. plant
meeting of XI Beta Sigma Dooley's effort to meet the old changed to "See America Firit'as MRS. RICHARD STINt, left, publicity chairman of > coffee at the acholanhlpenefit home of I.i Martin R, Motes SW I and to answer questions regarding
Chapter Mrs. held Rives.Mrs. at.the borne of and wise, but difficult admonition members told of their v.,- the Palmetto Garden Club, presents a chock for $35 Mri. Irving Jones, 6140 SW rfith thus Avenue his botany, who studies will after conS I orchid and their cul
ture.
Harry "Know Thyself. Ions travels
on behalf of the club to Mn. Myrl Bumgardner, a 107th Street.
Rives was moderator for 7>lr.. Joseph Lewis reportedthe Plans were made for i barbecue member of the Parrina' Woman'i Club Community I I M..... Floyd ll Jireildent of I
a discussion based on n quota. ham dinner given by the to be held Feb I it the Library Board, for the Parrina Library fund. Since Members and CUt. will the club. Mrs Jones I I. chair
tlon from Lewis Mumtord chapter on Jan II was successeful. home of Capt. and Mri the library fund drive started, acme SB83 hoi been. gather between 11. and 1 o' CalendarOf man of the project and waysand
clock around the
"Whit Am IT and "Where Am Chapter members don. Charles Rolph. donated. (Staff photo by Don Phlf.r). pool and in : means committee, )fre.I .
the home of Mn. Jones for
I? I doing what I do ned to 12S I
why am ; aprons serve some Eta D.It. Steven is vice chairman and
coffee and aandwlchei' while
and why, despite my many persons. I Events I Mrs. Kitlle Is fashion coordinator.
deliberate conviction, do omit Epsilon !RheEpsilon The regular meeting 0' Eta ei bo program with the quo1UUon In the sorority sponsored Valentine viewing fashions afternoon from Beth and Weberof evening .
to do oo much that I should Delta Chapter was held In the flto Speaker1 Manner Dance Feb. IS sou discussed South Miami
do'" 1U16 chapter met new home of Mr. and Mn should suggest elf-reUuce at the regular meetingof I HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Book Review
Jin. n it the home of Mr. Wayne Douberly en Newton that ha 11 matter of hlmielt Delta Mu Chapter held Jan Models will be Mri. Robert South Dade Chapter, will hold
11foo&. Go and Mrs. J. C. Mulllns, King Road in the Redlandi. She elated that a good speaker L. Floyd, Mrs Robert U Ca. a workshop meeting Monday
man Road with Mri. Mullini Plant were made for the annual holds the attention with a 27.It wn also decided to extend ey, Mrs. Angus U. StevensJr. at I pm. at Redlind Fruit and
N '... -1 I IPoulin. Ii the boiten fashion show with I dateto good; opening phrue. He keeps the school ahoe project. Plani ., Mrs. Clark Krelle, Mn Spice Park. Mrs. E. S. Tayleron .
: During the business session be let during the month ofApril. he attention by showing re-, were for the Ice cream booth George C. Hoover, Mn. Wey- li chilrmin. Members are
committees were appointed for lazed enthusiasm, sending Mrs. William 1
man Hickey,
which the chapter will man liked to bring
: M4N.Kromolilon the Valentine Dance to be held Mri. Perry Goleln presented warmth of feelings and occantonally during the homestead Rodeo Crandnll\ and Mri. Gerry Kra contribute specimens or .
of Beauty Are, H'tud Feb. 15 and for the Fair to be the culture program on "You a humorous joke to this weekend mer. Tickets will be availableat information for the. '
For Appointment Call 247.7241 held In Homestead In March. and Your Audience." She open break the monotony. A round table discussion on the door. come.study of plants. Guests wel ;t .

., Hostesses for the evening literature wan led by Mn. Coral Pines ben the
., were Mn. Douberly and Mn. Beverly RuuelL The different scholarship program last year NARANJA CHAPTER, OES,
6 kin Taylor.Delta types of literature was dlicua- after several years of civic of Palma Vista Lodge, Coco + .1 r.
". Mi led ai were the benefits gained beautification projects, and paid nut Palm Drive, meets tonightat
Plans for the chapter's part from reading. a p.rtl.11I1t1on for a botany I p.m. to honor Addle Robertson s t

--- asioclate grand matronof t.t
( : next to your i e ida.the Grand Chapter of Flora


PAR SOUTH Chapter (37 of k+* I
; electricwasher e the National Association of Retired 1.1
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Civil Employei will meet b
Feb. 10 at I pm. In Homestead
National Guard Armory k

I r These a i e XYZ CLUB meets Feb. 11 al,
Pioneer Hall of Flint Presbyerian .
11 Church at 10:30: ..m, MRS. FRANK KERDYKwill
YOUR Rev. Frank Elvery will show review the book '?he
= picture tildes of the Braden Shoes of the Fliharman"
ton Manor A calendar birthday by Morris' L Wait, Feb 11
: -r...r.r party will follow at 10:30 a.m. 'In tha tpls-
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copol Parish Hall in
I Savings Centers. Homeitead. A coffee hour
VICKY'S
at 10 e."'. will precede
... tlIr' Ii 1 BEAUTY the review This Is the

I STUDIOCE fourth consecutive' year
r 8-3632 the Episcopal Churchwomen
Convenient/located
I I29S SW 141 st. (Pvt It...) have sponsored thaia
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HOWDY FOLKS. 'In P.rnna Homestead

W. A,. Now Servicing 'In Your Area.

Use any or all of these services. .
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Insured Savings Accounts a Travelers Cheques
On Stop Service On All Your
Special Savings Clubs e Free Customer Parking Appliance!

First Mortgage loans Youth Savings Corral .. ..,! >ri.Siovei-DlihWoiheri

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AN AUTOMATIC ALL-ELECTRIC DRYER Is a FASTEST EVERI Yon need fewer clothes for A Good Service' Company Is Hard To Find
.. perfect companion for your elactoie washer growing children end fewer towels, ahU Safe Deposit Boxes Night Depository

: WHAT A TIME-SAVERI! Just pop la the clothes. end llnwia,too-whan you cu wuh and diy "It It Runs On Electricity, Wa Repair It"
: and set the dial "Initant aunihlna" I. everytUnf so quickly\ and OOIIVII IIIIU,. Drive-In Windows at Perrine Office

1 always at your eommaod...4q or night, DRIES BEST, COSTS USSI Insist on an off.tltctrUi Current / per annum, paid'
.s raiD or ahlne. dryer. Free from flam and fume, Dividend A'/AsO and compoundedRate West Miami
WHAT A WORK.SAVEXI I Goodbye backache no flu and can be iniUllad any- Not /H 4 Mmes I year
and tired ftet. No more liftlnc and luf- Nth An aJWectria diyer la CHEAPER Save By February 20., Earn From February I
fbi( heavy wsih baikeU to clotheslines and TO BUY...CHEAPER TO OPERATE! APPLIANCE
I back 11m freedom tR-tbdrb CORAL GABLES FEDERAL
For tomplttt washday go I After Feb. 10th
WHAT CLOTHES-SAVERI Electricity's flameIMS with aa automatic Elactrio Waiher, dotha
Open Mon,Wad, Fri.
and females heat is (intle! to your Dryer, ".t-down" Electric Ironer, and aclothes. SAYINGs AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Till f p.m', Center
Drill 'em fluffy, iweat-amilllnf, eupcr.fut, super-.. Electric\ Water heater
wrlBklrM....in billows of warn,clean air. for hot water aplenty without wilting or HOMESTEAD I PERRINEOFFICE Phone M 147M (Call Collect from Homestead)
With a flamelae alUlectrie dryer there ere worrying. And remember-it'* cheaper to goao OFFICE I
product of oombustioo. 110 foal odor to &1e1S< Tie In your Utchm4aundiy than to use I 2201 SW 67th ..nul,Wait Miami'
linger fa your laundry.No fading or yHowlnr combination aervipea.SEE YOUR ELEC- HOI N. KROME AVENUE 70 TERRINE AVENUE
Colors stay bright white thing snow-whltw. TRIO APPLIANCE DEALER,TODAY. ? Tkomat A. Collins, Wanaper Rofi.rl /. Boytr Jtfenapert

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Thurtdty, P..r.ary a. 19'4 '_. The NEWS LIADI and CUTLER Rllfeb.PIMRiNI POSt ,..* Nine



I 1 frs. Mc? eely Is Only Woman Agent Announce Engagement Talbert Davis NuptialsIn



\With Life Underwriters Association \ I First Baptist Church


I' JUNI RUDICK for several years to "'01'In\ a I : Mitt Brenda Joyce Talbert
There's no parking problem secretarial capacity In her hue v ,laughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Then all of Homeetead'i lift band's office However she became W Talbert of 1401 NE NlnlhCOUI't i.
overwhelmed with d Homestead, became the
Insurance saleswomen get together a .
for lunch. Of the near 7 aJre la leant more about the bride of Don L, Davis, IOn of .Mf
I ly halt a mUllon licensed : life I insurance bueineas.Now Mr and a.lra. John E Davit of

agent in the country only a licensed agent, Kan k 414 NW 13th Street, Home-
,000 art women. sun born M.... McNeely" hai ahead Saturday: evening In
Mri. McNwljr li the First Baptist Church In
Virginia her IOn brown 're..
on
eyes greater
the only female agent In the ,........, goal Homestead,

city of Homestead registered A license to sell casualty Inauranr e a e S
.with the Life Underwriters la scheduled for the Immediate Rrv, Otis Garland performed Cp'
Aaaoclatlon. future, to be follower
l e the I o'clock ceremony before
Recently appointed to the of. by more extensive study of the .n altar adorned with standard
flee of eerreUry-treaiurer of business of insurance, oven baskets of white gladioli and
the Homestead-Perrin. Aaocl> tually earning her designation chrysanthemums and burning
anon of Life Underwriters .a a chartered life underwrlter apvra In candelabra with a
Mrs McNeely li a past prul- (CLU). background of palma. )Ir.. Ed.
dent and currently personal Graduated from high school win Lawrence organist, played
development chairman of the In New York, Mrs. McNeely attended the traditional nuptial music
Homestead Business and Pro the College of New Bo- and accompanied Mrs, Letter'
friilnnal Women's Club cliche and graduated from Concord Smith, aololiU
tt t Too she la serving her aec la Junior College, taking
end consecutive term M seer.tarp ** MRS. McNEILY a business court Following e e
t of Wltml'i Bualncai and s Given In marriage by her
Insurance agent several yean work prlmarll] k
Professional Women's Club, landscapes, working with olla father, the bride wore a floor
I District It which encompasses and casualty agent but a real land fishing, a hobby shared by length gown of Imported Chantilly -
Monroe anti part of Dada Coun estate broker alto, have Inviteda husband, who also enjoys late and par silk organ
, eye representative of Traveler collecting coins and stamps ta. The lire bodice'w detlgn-
While the average oman Insurance Co, to begin a clan I While Mr McNeely It tervIng ed with a acoop neckline complemented *
I might jealously guard her unl I. next month at their office the the business and profettlonal with seed pearl and ,
quo dlitlncUon of being the only McN'eely Agency, 1499 Old women of the commune three-qutiter' length sleeves. 1 ..
distaff representative of a prodomlnantly Dixie Highway, Homratead to ity, her husband contributes The bouffant skirt of organu ,
male profession, train omen for life Insurance hie service In the Jayoee's Civ- was highlighted with the lace
I' Mr McNeely and her husband selling flan Club and Boy Scout program and bordered the hemline. Her

Lyle, who I. not only a life Mra. McNVely was content .. _. finger-tip veil of Illusion was L.tW-.
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held In place by a crown of
Mr and Mrs Ralph Vernon Kolvlg of 11732 lilies of the valley and ihe
They're Sweetheart Candidates SW 187th Terrace, Perrlne announce the engagement carried an orchid. and \lilies of
of their daughter Sandra Jean to the valley on a whit prayer

v Noel Bernard Flutchak ion of )lr, and Mra. book. .
Bernard Edward Plutchak of Green Bay, Wis.
Mine Kolvlir Is a 1059 graduate of South Dada Mill Judith Cordell was
maid of honor. Bhe wore a
She is 1063) of Florida
High School. a graduate sheath of Eleanor tin
gown
a r State University where he received her bachelor silk organu over taffeta. It
in She Is nowa MR. AND MRS. DON L DAVIS
of science degree nursing. wa. fashioned with a aoooi|
member of the Navy Nurses Corps at the neckline and sheer long tleevei (Mrs. Davis farmer Brenda Talbert)
Naval Hospital In Portsmouth Va. Her fiance She wore a hat of matching peal (Photo by Maltland Studio)
graduated from the University of Wisconsin with circular veil and carried
He is studying at a colonial bouquet of white wedding ctke. tli* scene of a mlacellcanou
A'V and Florida State University e e e shower recently honoring Mill
in and blue tipped carnation.
for his doctoral degree .
University
Columbia e e After a honeymoon on the Brenda Talbert who wan married '
\ oceanography A June wedding is planned John Davli, the ,room'* father Florida Keys the young couple Saturday to Don Davit.Hoilenei .
will live on Farmlif Road In
served belt Ushen for
' aa man the'party war
4t I'I 4 4I I'I'I were Irving Chlpley and the Redlandi.e .. Eaker Mrs James Taylor
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Homestead Club James Cuppry.e and Mill Virginia Doubarly.Guetta .
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A reception followed the ceremony of South Dada High School \ Included Mri. Alan
at the bride's horn Miss and attended Palm Beach Jr. Neal Jr., Mr. Jeannette Eaker
Hears Guest Artists Rally Davis kept the guest Collrg She waked In Waih- Mri. Ronnie Eaker. Mri. Char
book. Miaa Virginia Doubrrly Ington, D.C., for the Depart'mint lei Powell, M... Richard Bon-
presided at the punch bowl and of Agriculture and the ham, Mri. Dennis Leonard,
Mra. Herbert Redhead, or Mia. HlKclna, who has won Irs, Johnnie Eaker served the NASA at Cocoa Beach and la Mri. James Cuppy, Mrs. Clarence -
ganlit, Tom Meyer tololit andLeo many first pilu ribbon In now employed at llomcitead Steen Mri. Mary Let.
Doucett planttt were area flower show, mad the I Air Force Bane Her husband Mri. Jessie Gilcgi, Mri.
guest artists Monday eveningat floral arrangements vied New Sunil and served two years with the Army George Wright )Ir.. C. I.
I the January meeting of the and worked for the U.S Chlplry Jr., Mr. Oul McGln-
homestead Art Club. throughout the home Th refmhment Church Mission's Const and Geodetic Survey. H* sic, Mr*. John Davis, Mri
table held an arrnngrmcnt I I. now employed by John Reed Many' Wright, Mri. Dennis
The club met at the home of of fl.m.'In.* and Women Elect Painter I, Carpenter Mra. Neal Cham-
Mr. and Mr*. Flank M. Wll- white candles Pink Flora bore, Mra. Nancy Yates Mri.Sulla .
llama, Coconut Palm Drive In SHOWER HONORS Gilbert, Mrs. Edict Coffey .
Bund roses were weed In the Mrs C. H. Patton has been
the Redlanda. CoL and Mr*. dining room and Gerber daisies elected president of the Epltca- BRIDE-ELECT Mr. Mary Bases Mrs
James B. Buchanan and Mr. In the living room. pal Churchwomen of the newly The horn of Mr. 10hnnl'j John Talbert Mln Bally Da-
ano Mr*. R. R. Higgins war established St Andrew' Epla- I Eaker on Farmlif vi. and Miss Dorothy Deden.
hoot and hoatMM with Mr. The next meeting will beheld copal Mission In the Suniland
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and Mrs. William Feb. 24th at the Woman' Kendall area.Elected .
I la Club with Mr. Harold Camp ( vie president was
r Mr. Redhead who organist
at homestead Air Force bell, Mr. and )Ir.. C. D. Walker Ir*. Leslie Maltby, and aecreary INCOME TAX RETURNSPrepared
and Mr. William Schorn, treasurer Mrs. George
Bite Chapel I. and who SI year
and hostesses Col. Buchanan By
was vIoilMtt at St John'sEptrcopal holt Root.!
ago: \ Church In Home- will show slides of famma The women ,will have their LICENSED TAX ACCOUNTANT
stead presented an organ rectal ".Intln,.. second meeting at E p.m. next
doling with the national Wednesday, (Fb. 12) at Uw GERALD EICHAR
"God of Our Father" home of bin,. Victor Butcalno,
VIVING FOR THE TITLE of "scholorah Ip sweetheart"of the Cutler Ridge Worn hymn Tom Meyer baritone sang Volleyball To Be 359 The SW 154th Terraces Phone CI 7-6625 Day

an's Club sweetheart icholoriMp donee to be held Feb. 15 from 1:30 p.m. till 1 The Dream Man" a long hold. new million"pre"t!)
service In
e.m. et the Cutler Ridge Community' Center will be these six candidates. Seat- written by his brother-In-law, On Wednesdays Palmetto Elementary the cafetorlumI School Phone CI 7-6980 Night

.d, Mrs. Clarence Chose; standing, left to right, Mrs Gene Temple, Men John Patrick Roach H* was aocompanled with both church and Sunday, 14815 SW 297th Street, LetiuraClry
Mobley Jr. Mrs. Richard Schwenk., Mrs._John Descher, Mrs. George Stocking at the piano by Mr. Women'i volleyball games, school at ':30 ant
oucett, who was a pianist for fun exercise and learning
Mrs. Lawrence I Modello Class To Give Bibles I with Rudy Valla's orchestra In I the new rule will be held at
The Deborah Class of Model- Bible a month tl be given to 1928. :Smith Dada High School Wednodaya -
10 Baptist Church met at the children of Modella Church. Mil Bertha NIU Hauitnan I from 7i30B:30: p.m. American
Entertains Class
home of Mr*. Ethel Bloyd with Produced the guest artists,
11 member and four visitors Hans were mad to serve a wno concluded their program The activity will be directedby Model
Mr*. Letter Lawrence wee preaenkMra dinner at the church Feb. 14 with several hootenanny num- Mri Mabel Ortli of Cutler 6306 64 RAMBLERS

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school ctats of Pint BaptistChurch
the revival and Mr. Doucett ter. low
Thursday afternoon at of the clan, opened the meetingby I as
readingPlain 62 and )lr..
her home on W. Mowry Street Sarah Amman gave the prayer THE NEW SHAPE OF QUALITY
Mra. Jesse Coalman pretl.
dent, gave the devotional. During Member voted to send a Bible
business card a month to a foreign' country
the meeting 189600
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In and hospital! patlenta. was alto voted to furnlth two ... Factory
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the strips of plmlento Roll up I,
Tuna Rollupi with and cut across In 1 Inch thick Jr e
Whit SiuctTotted tUcea Bake on cookie sheet .1
e Green Salad at 971 degrees about 25 minutes '
and Tomato Wedge or until golden brown.
i Buttered Asparagus Mhi'o! baking, snake whit
1I PI Pickled Beet sauce Li

Pt Orange Milk Sherbet Coffee Cookies WHITIIAUCIMelt

I tablespoon of butter,
TUNA ROLL-UPS blend In 2 Ubletpooni of rat .. .kc
r 1 can flaked tuna lour Gradually add t cup ot .
1 tap onion, minced milk. Cook over Itbeat, :
1 Up. green pepper, minced stirring constantly until thick ;
j h.lt and black pepper Add 1/2 tap tilt and few
plmlento, thinly sliced grain pepper Cook 8 mlnu'..
Pastry longer. Make t cup. K.
Mil the well-dralned tuna NOTE: If desired, rated
flab with the onion and green cheese may be added, or If in .T' t
::1 pepper, Season with tilt end a hurry, heat up canned, _
(I black pepper, ai detlred. Make chicken gravy Four over the 1 1'r 1i
pastry; roll out about 1/4 Inch tuna roll, and ftrnlah with
I I III thick. Sprad with the tuna parsley


II ieA O I Scores Announced I
Tradition la America are mondt sprinkled,., the top adda Bridge
many andtna.ur.d..Including fetilva noU.
the looda wa eat. lit wintertime canned A totted ailed I I. a natural aeeompanlmant Mn, It. K. Klnard announce cats after Thursday rlgltfl
af and what could
the aroma
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pork A C. with tomato IIUt.I end It better than Individual bridge scores In the duplicate play In the Howell jama.Mif. .
found oa table throughout* peach upllde-4oWIIllncerbreada. bridge played weekly at her Frank Richards, Mrs 0 .
Road. An and dclldmit inches I ,
land. on Redland easy war to milt to enjoy fresh Florid. -
Bean thamaalv have ben PORK t BUN TRIO Klnard Duplicate Bride at Mildred Dottert .620) Mra. AI golden grapefruit. Plump, Juicy\ sections: combine with low-calorie --
traditional part of our country 4 pork ehopt (1 wraid) the conclusion of Monday Duhon )(ra. Charles Tatum shrimp In sosoped-out grapefruit shells,ten ed with a testy cocktail MRS. L. 0. lODGERS, o repretenfotlv of the ,*,.
alac the beginning Indian teats 2 UblMiMnoi flnflf ChnppM mini night' play, Mitchell game, 5461 Mr. Mary B. Johnston, atuce. cans Womo,,'. Club banes ont of her pointing* at
la New England grew over 600 1 *.. (tpimi ) pork a tnii."ltk north'touth player, Art riatenberg .5321 tEas Ada- For finger. food, affix raw vegetables anrn a* eaullflowerelt., the newly opened South Code Gallery of Art in Perrine. .
,varietiea, thus making beana al- font* MnrH Tins Morris, Dr. Charles Tut- t'lrroturl. cucumber wedge and celery tUcei to a whole grapefruit
Moat a symbol of America Prom run: apiilnaiic' i hire Pat Kapplow, Bob Loew with colorful pick*-much tulIP on the waistline than starchy The gallery It now officially open to the public,
: I .& Sam Fred
lircrrniM dash ground rlmM enthal .661 j Mr. Mary B. (tie 231| Bowaer nibbles! from 1 5 with. clothetlino tolo
Urn*, daily to p m., every
=I't: pork fort 2 l blMMNallrend .1..,1o""pe4I"..... Johnston, M.. Roten .621)) Mn Sober .495) Mr. Klnard Jeanne Ned'ey .491 Grapefruit provide nutrlllontl dally-needed vitamin Cl half a Sunday afternoon. (Steff photo by Don Phifei).
R. It.
4lleiooa dish thtt'a not only R. R. Klntrd Fred SuUr .&631; Mn. ; medlum-alted one contain only (0 calorie for a satisfying and
and aaUafyinf but high In aklllet, brown chop on both Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger, T K. Mr*. Donald Lauder, M. Rosen refreshing appetizer or deuert. (KeVs QES Chapter Elects Officer
McBee T. K.
too. aide and cook onion until tender.Cover Young GOO| Mr, Mamie F. 472) Sat.v. Law Calorie Gnpefrttt HOT D'Oeirrea
1 pork bean eombln and cook over low heat 20 Smith, Mr. Emily Hall ..470fMr ; Young .4CS; Mr. C. E. Elchen Cut desired amount Florida grapefruit in ball Cut around each Florld4 H e Chapter 285, attoclat worthy matron Henry
'with tw eU.r popular winter minutoa. Add beans, appletauea, *. Norman Cabin, Mra. AI berger A. F, Gttlbralth ..4551MM. section I 'loosening fruit from:: membrane Remove aectlont) reterve. Order ot, "I r n Star, held a Albury, asiocltt patron I
fxxto'pork ehopa and appl-. and rlovoai; cook covered II mln Duhon .150 Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Thomas Royal, Mr*. A. Cut out con and dividing membrane, Meatura grapefruit sections, special Mo(tin 31ft. U at the Mildred Scott, secretary) Fran
sauna-for a real hema-ttjrl* Otis or until chop are tender ) Reed .304. Combine with equal amount cooked and cooled seafood (shrimp,
eII_. It'* a tatty aktUet meal Stir now and then. Garnish with Royal .433 lobster or crabmeat, cut in large piece), File into grapefruit Maaonie mp. In T.vemler yes Thompson, treasurer) Lll
>**taa07 will )ore. TOIl" alt almonda. Make 4 limn,*. East west player! Mr. Don Score after Friday morn- eUi" use wooden pick to am*, Serve with Cocktail: $aUtl.* for the I laitiMlon of lira. Donna Han Tyson, conductreti) Anna
aid Lauder, Mr*. Frank Rich- In,'* play la the no..ellam.. CocVUH Sauce Lee '" MAt Thompson, associate conduct-
.,dt. 630)) Mr, and Mr*. Mark Mrs Mary B. Johnatoa, Mrs 1 CUB chill route or catchup the held rent' Charles Tyson, sentinel
Modelto Church Circle Meets Wilton .6891; Mrt. Mildred Mildred Doitert .680} Mr. 2 tablespoons lemon or lima Juice Jan, 3 ( Appointed officer! are Char
Doitert Mrt. Joseph Early Jeanne Neeley, Mr*. R. R j Uaipoon Tabaaco ? given lotte Young, chaplain M. Al-
Th. Cornell Leavel Circleof ,dltcutilon was held on the .66.1| Mn. Jetnn Wesley" Sgt. Kinard .(701; Mr*. C. E. Elch Combine alt ingredient Via a Florida grapefruit ",h U" a* to DSc. ll1.mteUnc A. bury, mirihalli Alleen Bun
Model! Baptist Church held Cltlten of Two Worldi" with I W. McBr .475)) Mr.. Elsie enherger, )11''. Ted Stadlg Serving container Thompaonl get, organltt) Donna Fowler,
It* January meeting at the six member taking part Peters, Mr. Chart Tatum .640! Mr. H. F Buthnell, Mr. of NOTE:To mak shells with a1 picot edge,trace a lint around center and pair Adah Kay Shaff, Ruthl) Norma -
horn of Mra. Lulu McUod In The hostesses, Mn. McLeod 1 46S) Mia Adeline Morris, Art W. F Ammerman .500) Miss fruit{npelrult.lnllrt at an anile to mike small one buried aide pointed of a point.knife Remove in center knife of grape insert Newly sn Billing, Esther, Willeta ,
Dixie Estates. I and Mr. Tetal Smith carved Plttenberf .446| Mr*. Art Adeline Morris, Mrs, Emily to make opposite aide of poInt.Continue around grapefruit)follow Lola Gaakiaij! matron; Broom, Martha Viola Canter
Mr*. Mamie Rattllff opened( refreshment during a social! ritnberf, Sam Bowaer .429. Hall .4201; Mr*. AI Duhon, tog line to keen helm equal (lie, Full apart Follow direction for Oa Vyr t',. 11'011 nrthy p. Electra) Eunice Grter, f.
the meeting with prayer. A hour. Score in the Klnard Dupll Mn Joseph Barly .401. ,preparing ahelll, _. iron) Mqt(;')!{ Dressing warder \,11


Baptist TELXIass. Meets I

.. "' The TEL Sunday school dose for fflVt t sent her,church.at tI
lau of First Baptist Church ChrlatmaaT Lath;; member agreed The devotional was given by ,
met with Mr. Ruth Wells atthe to donate a II on her Mrs Earl Morrow.
home of her IOn and daughter birthday to a fund for Baptist
wT .In,law, Mr. and Mri. W. Hospital Mr. Mary E. Barrow Mn. Lydia Mcllwaln was
C. Well, NW Fifth Street. wat kAurilntad chairman of able to be present at the meet.
the fund.A Ing following a long period of
f 'b Era, J. Tom Vatin and Mr. abaenco due to a car accident
r r ) a a 1 A. J. Van Marten were co report from Mr. Vena Other present ware Mr*,'. tI. ,
'" oiteiae*. showed the clan la* 29 member Chaney, Mr. Ora Frtwur,
/ Mr.. Vann, the president, of which ar* Mn. Annie Francis, Mr. Fred
conducted the meeting Mr*. ..I do.eDrollea.r nAcr tithe HUIa Sr. Mr. a F. KntUr,
Hattie Blahop read a letter and 1i.. egalarly Mr*. I. L. McCurley, Mr.
from the orphan girl!, whom to the ; Mary D. Rhode, Mr. Alice
the clan tpontor in Baptist The :tCt.1.* U the data Boyle, Mr. Gerda Tread, Mr*.
Horn at Kendall, thanking the of the oieat Women of the Addle Plttt, Mr. Luclll Wells

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Servicemen In The NewsR. I LARGEST VOLUME LIQUOR




;; State of Homestead after completing basic training Airman Richard A. Oreever,I

en promoted to airman recently at Lacklsnd AF8, ''r" "" T son of Mr and Mr*. R, I. CHAIN IN So. \

.. etui tt Chinut AirBase Tee Groover of SW 67th Avenue.
1ILfi The airman 1* the eon of IIr. Kendall Is attending supply
undergoing technical! and Mrs. Thomas 11. Seats of
ipeclslltt school at Amarillo SAT. ONLY
3 DAY SALE THURS.-FRI.- LIMITS7FLORIDA
r\t there n in Air Force NW 13th Street, Homestead. Air Force Bate Tex. 1

t maintenance specialist, and School attended before enlisting Southwest Ills I II He completing was transferred bade there training!after HOMESTEAD 11 (* *1 *\ ROCKDALI

I 29160 S. Diil Hwy, Next to RtdlondLoungt 15180 Dixie l
e e e at Lackland AFB, Tex. He It Hwy.N.i( tRockdele .
a graduate of Coral Gable high ) (Open Mon. to Sat. 8 am-10 pm Bar) Open Mon.-Sor.

Robert 0. Hunger,, Navy School and Georgia Military. CI 7.21.8 Se.m.telOpfn.-CI3-0121

aviation structural median College,
second clsss, has returned to o 0 e

Boca Chlca Naval Air Station Marine M-Sct Robert E. y

at Key West after completing Walls, eon of Mr. and Mrs. O. 1
a course at Patuxent Rive. E. Wills of NW Ninth Street.
91r29' Md. lie I 1. the son of Mr. and Homestead, wa promoted U

Mrs Paul Hunger Jr. of Yette his present rank recently at Only

Hold in the Redlanda. Camp Pendleton, Calif.He .
The course ws in hydraulic, R. L. HARVIY I I. In charge or Marine Homestead
structures and accessories s>'". Resulgnei training in general military JO end
tern of the Lockheed "Orion," subjects for the Automatic Sup' flu Sri
Airman Ronald L Harvey. Rockdeie'l1
' the Nn,'. newest anti.submarine .
ply Distribution Battalion .1
ton of Mr. and Mr*. Fred J. MSPtC LIMIT
patrol aircraftTbe ,..
the base. '
t Hoffman of SW 187th Street
_. local man It a 1859 rr.d.< Perrine, has been reassigns He entered the service 10 1f:
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sate of South Dade High to Amarillo Air Force Base, 18. 00. EA w
JAMES R. SEATS School. He entered the Navyin Tex., for technical training asa "

PremttedH the fall of that year. supply speclsllit r 3 .,,,1...._ 86 PROOFGUCKENHEIMER
Harvey, a 1960 graduate of ti
JI'I Miami High School, recently r

Rinelands Church completed basle training at
Lackland AFB, Tex I II
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Army Egt Iddle C. Smith i .. /J'I
3rd Service son of Mr*. Zella B. Smith of :. !
Adding -, BOURBON
' SW 1371J1 Court, Naranja, took o. \
part in Exercise Snow Storm .
Plnelrnd Pmlyterlan Church ter, although it li highly popular III Korea recently a* a memo .. "A
|will add a third morning war, with some 100 to 125 per'eons her of the Seventh Infantry I fi '<1 STRAIGHT BOURBON
[*Hta' service to It* Sunday who come regularly at Division.

schedule, beginning Feb. 11' that time. Smith a gunner In the dlvl ,I' ,
lTu* It will become the fin The 11 km. wtrshlp Is always Ion's 76th Artillery, enteredthe 8 'Sal--I'
Protestant church In Uu Cut 0 II' fI 0 wed," h. Army In 1961. He U a 195) .
I lerl Ridge.Perrine ire, otlieIttaa'St says, "end we hope that b, graduate of George W. Carver TA1.
Fslth's Episcopal, to adding one at 10 o'clock we un Ugh School In Coconut Grove. 99
{schedule three Sunday rnornlnIwwihlp more evenly divide our con e e e
houn.I gregatlon. P. 1 K. HOFMANN

Me hur of 10 i m. li Ml for Holding church at 10 will .. At Keesler S REG, _
I I the new service. Other are atM mean this service will coincide : P 6
Airman .Peter K. Hofmarxt baa
and 11 a.m. with Sunday school which 4.50 TEN
I fut.growing church I 11 itarU kt 1.0: and ,end at been reassigned to Keeilcr Air y
Force Miss. after 5th
Bate completing
teIsg. the step to kllevhtecitsvding 10:45: the same hour the worship -
service will conclude. bull training at Lack-
at the later ..or.hlpf HIGHSTRAIGHT
land AFB, Tex.
The eso: hour Jt too The Rev. Mr. Dameron I 11
The airman la the MB of
for a Jot of people says quick to emphasize that the
Mr*. Jeanne K. S. Hofmann of
I George Dameron, mlnli church 1* not! trying to dl*:
(482 Easter Road, Cutler Ridge.Pvt .
r courage south from attending o e 0 taaa+'a BOURBON
Sunday school, or children
WHISKEY
from attending church, by havIng Eddie J. Smith son of
the two run concurrently. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith of
"It I* the philosophy of the Goulds, has been assigned to
T church that Sunday school '. the 123rd Transportation Company .

(or adults a* well a* children, Fourth Transportation NO LIMITS 319
and church for children u well Command Ft. Euitli, V*.
a* adult," he declare "How A supply handler la the company .
ever, U we can entice some Smith entered the Armyin ON ANY PURCHASE .
parents to come to church .t I.ORINI IMS and completed basic

I 10 who haven't been coming kill Taking Ceurie training at Ft. Jackson S. C.
; because they cant fet their! Before entering the Army be t, QUARTS
small children U alt still Airman JM| K. Crln Of was employed by Andy TruckIng .
through the worship hour, then Coral Reef Drive Old Cutler Co., Iflaleah.e BELL'SSLINSID
all well and good." area li stationed at Keesler e S so1TLts
He pointed out that with the Air Force Base, Miss, where Army Pvt Cherlle.ti: Wehrdton IN SCOTLAND
first worship service preceding b. has been taking k course of Hom"sUad las' been
Sunday school and the third for radio and radar maintenance assigned to, the First Armored 49 i: ,
SAVE ON SCOTCH
one following It, funllle can. specialist Dlvlaloft ,! Ft Hood, Tex. The u
conveniently attend both Sunday The airman, v>bos* parents soldier whose father I 1. Cleveland PR0OP m5e
school and church during are Mr and Mr, Burnett E. Richardson of SW Second 1 Of.

the morning. Grine, was reassigned to Keeser Street, entered the Army list ,
r after completing basic'October and completed basic r

Church Of training at Lackland AFB Tex. training at Ft. Jackson S. C.
He is k graduate of South. He I* a 1MJ gradual of May JohN
REV JAMES HUDSON nat High School 'High School
from Guatemala God Revival -


MissionaryTo Under WayRevival Perrine League QUARTS e M 8rGG


r aervlees at the '
Church of God, 1100 Old Dixie CALVERT EXTRA r
Address
Highway, will continue through Plans Book Fair tt PROOF teesenoTau.,.
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Feb. 10 with evangelist L. T. I BLENDED WHISKEY
Culp. The nightly services begin
at 7)30.Evangelist) 29 l. QED
NazarenesRev. AND
By MARY SIMPSON
Culp Is founder I
and promoter of the Nations The Perrine Civic Leaguewill PerrinePhone 1(0. ; : : rnfO

James Hudson, Naia- Bible Crusade and for 28 Jean have k book fair in the 8.10 fJ? 99

rene missionary to Guatemala, was pastor of one of the larg- Perrine Shopping Center Feb. .: CE 54531nond QT. $ 3
will speak at Homestead Church eat Pentecostal churches In the 22 for the benefit of the Per COfLc ND'
of the Nazarene at 7 p.m. Sun north. H* was converted In one rlne Community Library Fund, Ir e.
da?. of famed evangelist Billy Sun beginning at 10 a.m. Heights Elementary alp
He will describe the country day's campaigns' and has three Available will be a variety of School cafetorium, SW 104th
and it* people and tell of the ions In the ministry. reading material fiction and Street and Richmond Drive.
Nazarene work there. The Rev. Rev E. J. Baylor, pastor of nonfiction, new and used book Mrs. Rodrick SUva and Mr*.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson are on the local church, has extended .t reasonable price Mildred Feguee will be the
their second furlough home a welcome to the publle to at- Anyone wishing to contribute instructors for the clan, which OLD
since being assigned to CuiU- tend the nightly revival eerr- book to the fair may leave rill meet once k week. r IMPORTED

reds in October, 111:1%. ices. hem at the homo of Mr*. Skill Practice Vetlni !
Ai teacher and missionary, Bryant, 8501 SW 186th St.:, Mrs. W. Kelly1 tlxtli grade SAMOVAR TEACHER'S
be helped establish the Rabinkl 1 N PROOF e v R. otDK7.
Fifth Graders 'hlipering Pines, or at the class at Richmond Elementary A
AchI India Bible School in 509 L5ON
errln* Community Library, School practiced voting on the SCOTCH
Sin Miguel ChlcaJ and hn Win PrizesAt 5.0 Perrine Ave. egularotmg machine which _
served director and teacher
kf VODKA
Open Hevte were set up at the school for
of the schoolA ?? PR00x,15
graduate of Nazarene Burdines Our Lady of the Holy Rotry the recent election They did CLEAR 1
this of their sodil CRYSTAL l
Theological Seminary in Kansas Catholic Church will bold a* part
Burdine Dsdeland recently III open house Sunday for its studies IIl1lt.Baptists. 99
City, Mo., he alto hold Sob
degrees from Bethany Nazarene warded a free bathing suit new convent for the Sisters oft r 99

College la Bethany, Okla., to two South Dade girls, both Joseph who staff the school Ask O G.SM RO5M.
and Central State Teachers' winner of a guessing contest This will b* followed by a R 4.55
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3r College in Edmond Okla., and Fifth grader Robin Larson spaghetti dinner starting at 4p.m. .r rr
has done graduate work In and Ricky Stone each guessed Proceed from this will Bids On. Site
llngulitlci at the University of the exact number of ahark'i b. used to landscape the
Oklahoma teeth In k container In the grounds of the. convent.
Rev. William Chambers ha toie.. Trim and Slim For College RED uln
been extended k unanimous Daughter of MaJ. and Mrs.! A trim and slim class for
JONNNIEWALKER
can by the congregation to James B. Larson, Homestead' dulls will begin Monday, from The FlorIda Baptist Eduea.on .
serve the local church for another .' Air Force Base, Robin I 1. 10 1:30: till B:30 p.m., at the Rich Commission Is accepting 3
four year. During the years old and In the fifth grade offers of sites for at Baptist flE\StHMANNS%
nearly 12 year he has served at Air Base Elementary School Junior college to be located Inthe tttNOto a eomtD \
here, Sunday school enrollment Ten-year old Ricky la the SMH Churcli state. The offer are to IN SCOTLAND
has risen from 60 to 265, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard include the following require.mental .
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and church nembership has Stone, SW 132nd Street
tripled.A SunUsnd. and Is In the fifth Will Hear 1. An adequate eampu siteof PREfERRED
new church building currently grade at Palmetto Elementary I no leas than 100 acres. It "5
t under'' construction on School, Leader mud hate a clear title and bean _
Youth
Kings Highway, M be completed Each girl admitted she just outright gift PROOF
some time this spring. took k wild guess 2. It must be accessible to 86

Rev..Rudolph Schmidt" mlisnary the population of the general
for Youth for Christ In- area of Its location and in a WHISKEY
Concordia To Note Prayer Day--J rnatlonal, will speak at the suitable environment. BLiNDED

11 a.m.' service Sunday at S. The topography must lend
Coneordla Lutheran Churchof The public 1* Invited to this Grace Baptlit Church, South Itself to .campus development IM rot7ts gCNMAIIIIS 1
Sunlland will conduct a special service Miami Heights 4, It mast have adequate oil-
prayer service at 10 a.m. Friday The Rev. Mr. Schmidt, a one- lilies and drainage MOUQUIN a 3.DA1S
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in conjunction with the Internatlonal time right club owner, spends 5. Communltle which are In-
! Day of Prayer. Family'Vorship his summers in Germany now- rested in presenting propoal BRANDY \Y
The Lutheran Women' Mir lays conducting evangelistic *. should, In addition to the 3'9ON

II I ilonary League of. the church Sixth grade pupils 'of the meetings In the open air, intents site, stipulate any other resources a 11e A::1 1H\S
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with
sponsoring the service Temple Beth Am religious and in churches.He that could or would be ......+,a tvAR
i I Rev ticUUng.Carl T. Gelst pastor, of school will take part la the I Ie also ,ID accomplished available. [ s e: :,, ,,r PRICE' rOle
olinlit His wife who i Offers are to be sent la.ter -
family service at 7:30 p m. Friday a no 5raa
Mrs. Geld, president and I at the Kendall temple. ,singer, accompanies him. than April 1, to Charles H.
I other women of the Missionary 'Childr.4 with February birthdays The Grace Church meets In Walker, chairman,. Florida Edcation -
J t.r.u..IU participate also. will be called to the pul South Miami Heights Elementary Commission, 230' N.E.

A tod*! period will follow. pit for a special bleA.I 1", ,.School. 23rd St., Miami.


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P: James Pardew ,V I 'Copter Unit 'Earns Its' Keep" I ureda'r






Earns Degree Average Time To Become ; 1. '' t. ...... ..' '''. .1'," 'it'r, ': ,"
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Gordon Pardew uate work In the field of :: ..
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Alvan J. Pardew of Could, erattoni research In industrial Airborne Is Three Minutes ; ,
of c" : :. I. JI ; '" \-t' ; .elJi, '"
graduated from the Vnlventty engineering.While f ,,'V-', .. --"
of Miami last week with a bacb, If'
attending the univercity I Detachment Cl of Eastern Ay 4
elor of eelence degree la Induetrial I .
he maintained a "B* avir r ,Air Rescue Center based at
engineering age and was on the dein'e lilt e .i homestead Air Force Bin With TheAIRMEN I .
Hi lies accepted a Million four of his Dine aemeitert. more thin "eirni IU keep." I ;.
apI 'with Weitinjhouee Electric A week ago he was Initiated The M.man helicopter unit la "
pIE Corp. on IU graduate student I.i a charter member of the charged with fire suppression" ,, .' ., ,: 1sa
training program la PUtabar,". new Florida BeU' Chapter of and rescue werk In a ?5.mile Imen. I,r 'I ,1 1r ,
Hi hopea eventually to do grid Tea Beta Pi, national engta radius around Homeilead AFBAulgned '
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the unit became operational or''I :
.' AFB hospital
SrpL IS, 19U and bas since elaev-here. I :1/:/

fLY THERE AIr JAMBS 6. PARDIW taken to the air 43. times for Take for example, the craib! q;,

Graduated aircraft emergencies.Average that took place "'d. XL .
time for the chopper .
The phone ring at I:It a,m.i ia
4 I airing honor society which I.I la 10 become airborne with Id 'copter was In the air at
I to students In technical fields five rr-ia crew li three minutes, III: am. and arrived at the
what Phi Beta I'PPII. to liberal although local rescue men have scene lama four mllea south
h ) arts atudenta.. He else lettered lowered' this time to one min of base at I:IS.
( In football and track. He ute and IS eeconde. The fire technician aboard I
lo an active member of Soutl With two Huskies here the the aircraft eitlngulihed grass I + u f
Il I Miami Height Church of the men of detachment (1 are on fires let they spread to cause J
Naiarene, having served fort alert around the clock aeven forest fires and also controlled
I 'o years aa young peopla'i days a week.Operation the fire around the downed
president and currently ai sees like' 'Mil aircraftAt
OoVof-towa btulnea trip Why not fly'\\'. offer con I treasurer of the Miami Zone I The creib phone rings, men 14T: a,m. the media located I l-l
Teaient air taxi I at economical rata and will teach yon Nmrent Young People't So climb into the helicopter fly the pilotPrimary
bowtoByaiyoubavcllHOMESTEAD ciety. to the scene of fire or crash, minion of the rei- I
'copter lowers to ground the I cue team was completed but

AVIATION Inc. fire technician battier the the crew remained In the area A NUSKIC takes to the air at Homestead Air Force loss while another 11M''
flames end approaches aircraft I pending instructions from the by prepare to do the lome.
A medic then joins him If
on scene commander. J
\ Homestead Airport-Phone 247-4031 ."....G the pilot li itlll In the aircraft ron Maintenance" Mia of the OuHtindlnf; NCO dames H. Hohman, A. Cilia
II and they bring the pilot out of I Airman of MenrhA2C Month for January, SSgt Everett It. bleu baa II, S. Mattel 0. Taylor art
Pauline. .24 N. Kroma the burning area James L. day baa recently llii work In developing apiece been selected ilth Armamentand Edward D. Edwarde. u
Salon of Biiuty Ave. H'lteid The medic then decide what beea selected 19Ui Armament of Intricate test equip. Electronics Squadron Outstanding .
For Appointment Call M7.7241 should be done with Injured and Electron! Squad-. meat for B.SI Bomb.NIT .,.. NCO of the Quarter, First'year stripes" were put
tented to Phyllla Dull, NeJ:)
emi, squadron officials said, Oct. to Dee. 1K3.
led to hi receiving the i..ard Lyons received the award for McGee and Catherine Un< Airmen tf Quarter hit contribution to the wlng'a Martha )McKeca Teddy Hot Rt
A2C George W. Ruggleno electronics counter measures\ gun, Bernie Bay, and Betty
COMING SOON wit selected *i the M4tb Radar maintenance effort. I ttlndbam received three'JMI leh leII+
Squadron' Airman ol the Ifona was cited by Cot itrlpei
ei Quarter for the period ending George Cabelo II AIR!: commander Seven"year stripes went a
Dee. II. INS for effective utilization Beth Cillem and Orpha MMPettlcord.
i The 20-year-old aircraft coo of his superior technical: .
trol and warning operator re- and supervisory abilities This Awards for volunteer of tin
echoed $25. a three-day pan utilization advanced the wlng'i )year quarter and month wen
in eight by tea photograph to ECM section above the Strategic to Ruth Wilson Phyllis Dull
be displayed la the orderlyroom Air Command' average infield and Ellen Leille reipecUvelr
plus being relined from ahop maintenance rellablUty. Chairmen for the lint all:
an duty roster details while .> months are flinty Aflame ot
signed to tha mil flee; Winnie DeSbocka bout-
Selection It baaed on out- "*rrlpe Coffee"Family Ing; Arleldt San Marttno, welcoming i
standing achievement for the services volunteer ; Kennetha Gabriel,
period, self Improvement ,f. program held Ita "itripe cot- publicity; Jean Rargravei, chU.\
forti. military appearaoct, fee" Wednesday at the Keys dren have a potential; Eli
bearing, courtesy and Job abU Service Club. Leslie, casualty: and Tint
ty and performance | The mat lilt Included Me Palmer temporary duty
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The for the nest (Is I Edwarda.
Ah months in the Non-Commi.- !
aloned Officer Wlvei dub at On The Farewell Parry
News LeaderPost'sAnnual homestead Air Force Bate Mra. Richard Freeman ol
were Installed during a lunch. Montana Avenue entertained
J\lail- con in the NonCommla.lonedOtflcera' Air Base two departing friends with a

Open Men Tueadiy.The farewell party recently GU't11l'of
11 Mn. Pot JU '
Invocation was read by honor leaving were Mn. Sal!
Away Edition Chaplain Robert M. Moore, one Phony 336-5239 luo and Mra. Louis Jeans
of the guests of honor. i Mn. Itzo ii going to Tripoli
Other guests of honor were' with her huaband. Sirs JeirliU
Mra. Alvan C. Cllltm III, Mra corresponding secretary, Mrs going to St Louis
Edward D. Edwards, Mra. Lawrence Hahn; treasurer, Guests attending" were Mrs
Frank J. Collins and Mra. Henry Mn. Richard Hatelhunt; aailitant S. Smith, Mn. William Main,
You Can B. Hohmaa. Introduction of treasurer, Mrs Dayton Mn. Charles Bokli, Mra. Rob
the guests was the outgoing lohmann; and member* at* ert Kleth Mn. B. Hertel Mrs.
r. Read About president, )Ira. Francis lUck large, Mra. Gene Hetzer.Mra. Francis Hlckman, Mn. Gilbert
a :
man. Taylor Introduced her Taylor and Mra. J. Quennot
Mra. Edwards was installed committee chairmen ai fol-
aa honorary president of the lows). Party Meld
r club. Mra. Hlckman installed Parliamentarian Mrs Sam Non The. new president of the
Mn. Edwards and also. pro- uel GorgogUone; chaplain Mn Commissioned Officers'Wives
seated outgoing board Charles Lees Club Mrs Gilbert Tiy
memo social Mn. Rob
Area Growth ben with Non-CommlealonedOfficers ert Rlcbardeoa; membership lor, give a surprise "come ai
Wives Club disks and welcoming, Mn. Richard you are party" at her bone
Mn. Hlckman was presented rrHm.n11" and means, on California Avenue Tueadiy.
an appreciation gift a table Mn. Chirlei Hamilton; ipecial Approximately' 83 persons attended
cigarette lighter by the club activities, Mrs, Alvin Jihnke; the morning: coffee
I The presentation was made by ind publicity Mn. John JinkL many of them sun in pajamas
-1 .' IndustryAgriculture NfL George McAndrewa, outgoing I Installation arrangements and nlghtlei. One bid been
Stint vice preildent I were made by )In. Smith Mn, IUD bathing la a bikini oa her
patio
tire Edwards Installed the Gilbert Taylor and )Ira. Rath I
Incoming officers, Mn. Gilbert Freeman The first butlneia meetingof

Taylor president; flnt vice' Door prliei were 'won by the new officers and club
preildent Mn. Arnold Stone; Mrs. Frink. Hunt and Mn. memben will be held Tuesday
second vice at the NCO Opea Macs, Coy
president, Mn. Joseph Belt The center
pieceof
fee
and rolls will be served
John Cunningham; recording: white carnation and gold s
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secretary, Mn. Dew Pettlcord; leaves was presented to Mn.demy .
meeting win start at (:.30 a.m.


Nominations To

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I :r I Congressman Dante B. Fat entrance examination In
nee, Mtiml
etll' till 'week announces hli March.
and nomination Stay Walter Jones Jr., eon
of a principal and The cenereiimin uM he
three alternates' for the U. 8. kai lit nemlniM nine bye of Mr. and Mn. Stay W. Joe
Recreation Military Academy Wait Point, te the Merchant Marine Act- e., NW M Street, Miami.

for the claaa entering the academy envy, Klnia f.M, N. Y. and Michael Levy, loa of Mr.
.x -- July 1, they arcs "Theie young wen" Faaeill hire Street Leon Miami Levy, Weitagler
I -- std, "will compete with ,
---.uiI--- Principal Bruce Samuel the Vernon Mlmme III, son of
I Blow,, loa of Mra. France. other Florida congressional Mr. and Mra. Vernon Mtama,
Brooks, Key West minee before a Merchant Marine Caribbean Blvd., Cutler Ridge.

Academy Board for the Charles R. Morris m, eon
Pint alternate John Lef- eight scholarships allocated to of Mr.
S AND MANY OTHER'INTERESTING tents Ramaey, eon of Ida' and 'the itate. Morrta, Jr.and SW Mra. Charles R.
2nd Ave, MLmi
Mra. Reginald P, Ramsey, SW53rd 'I They are; .
I AND Terrace South Miami! John Beyer eon of Mn. Kay William ,
R.
Second alternate i Anrello Beyer, SW 80th Street, Miami. Mr. and Mrs Tanner, era of
ON THE NEWSTANDS AND ENLIGHTENING FACTS Azplatu, eon of Mr. and Mra. Daniel Methane, Brown, ion nor. SW 41at William Street A. Tan-
.'s Aurelio Aipluu, SW 15th Avenue of Mr. and Mra. Robert Lee Miami.
\ '. THAT ARE RESPONSIBLEFOR Miami.Third Brown, SW Third Street Mi- I I
"' alternate! Dexter ami. Porpoises at Mirlneland of,
IN THE HOMES MARCH 29th THE CONTINUOUS Wayne Lehtlnen eon of Mr. Francis Xavier DeMatUa, ion Florida may have, according
1 1e and Mrs Xauko Lihtlnen, 8W of Mr. and Mra. Dominie i.DeMittla to the species, from M to tIC!I
,t; GROWTH OF SOUTH 87th Avenue Miami SW Pith Avenue, peg,ihiped teeth. However,
Theie candidate have passed Miami. they swallow their food whole,
DADE COUNTY the preliminary phyaical and Stephen Ronald Eorowlts using the "teeth only to sate I
,'t 1 mental ozamlnationi and must eon of Mr. and Mra. :Alvi Edward and hold, but tot chew, man I
'qualify under the final acaa Horowtti, SW: 23rd Tir- flih.
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tom RODEO CLOWN PETE PETERSON, notlenolly fomoui for Me daring rodeo deeds, r"t r .
I It a favorite with South Dodo western feni. Besides rib-Ncklin9 antics with r
I&III his docile mule, Peterson courts danger by attroctng the attention of ongry t
steers bent en goring thrown riders. L7

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:.. 1 IHONC AND RIDER catapult out of starting gala at the beginningof ;..ifJ'tho, bronc riding' event. This picture, token at last year1
.yl the ride cowboys call "the 'longest 10 seconds 'In the world" Homestead Rodeo, will be repeated many times over at the Uth I
blst the time the rider mutt stay aboard his wildly' bucking mount to '""UOllhow, tomorrow night and Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

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By the middle of the week Rodeo performer will vie
the entire South Dade area for prices and am... points
was being affected. for national standings ae
The reason: they ride bucking bull. and
The southernmost point of bronco., wrestle steers and
the rational proeulonal rodeo execute other "tricks of the
circuit Is coming alive. trade."
Cowboys and cowgirls from Among dignitaries expectedIn
the Far West and the FlorIda Homestead during the
cattle country are arriving weekend are at least two gubernatorial
I for the annual perform. candidates and
Ii nee i.Ttiejr. all candidates for the Metro
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I will be at the Home- Commission.
stead Rodeo grounds In Tom There will bo visitors from
J. Harris Field. the North. Phone calls from a.I. .
The first performance will such dlklant points as New
RODEO'S ROUGHEST contest, bull riding, unfailingly" brings spectators to their be at I p.m. Friday, and oth. York and Chicago have been
feet 01 cowboys risk 'life 01 well 01 limb to win price punts end stress points era at 2 p.m. Saturday and received requesting ticket Information .
toward the coveted notional' champion cowboJ'tlll.. Sunday. .
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rodeo spirit, Earl Bridges Wr "I rr.
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BRUTAL BRAHMAS, meanest and most dangerous weekend. But you'll hava to watch closely, -frequently will den western garb to join city, county and stata and hit flying' horse Mr. Nifty will take the ipot-
of the rodeo stock, will present many scenes 'like riders arc bucked off faster than you can dignitaries' In leading the annuel' rodeo parade at light at the Homestead Rodeo this weekend this
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Smith Edges La Ponzina For Dixie Top Spot I IIy




lAM IINICKSON champion, fell behind! with 414M4. made the course la TI, tallying I Ilk
The young 'uni walked oft 143. I I .111
with first.jr honors In the Golf Game Palmetto Selected For ----I was
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Dixie Amateur Tournament .t Rev. Walter Jessup, of Stir la progressive order are Pat lorh

the Palmetto Country Club, art Florida, runner-up la the Brady 147; Larry Feldman, Sports Round-Up AwardPalmetto I"ar
Tuesday I9GS National Uflhandera tournament 1/8l Paul Pouliot (Montreal), At New Site Sportsmanship !thcrIrul

Topflight linkman was Johnny matched Breaui'i flnt Canada), 150; Dr. H. KkmU 1 )
La ronilni, of Mlam attempt, n-41.u, Jack PenroaeU (Oklahoma City, Okla.), 150; torn bentckton, ,?Ort> editor I The National Baseball Play Senior High School during an assembly in the a who

Shores, who seared I low 70 Gores club champion: Bob LltUer, Jr (Athens, O.I ers' Golf Tournament set for has won the Dade County few weeks. !hisels
to surprise a field l of Its con. scored 17-M-n. 60; George B. Wright (Miami, Feb. 80-H, has been shifted sportsmanship trophy for the Cheering, dress, cnnaatt I J .
tcittnU. I A Bit Threat fla.), 131; Jim Obey (Worcester 'Sjj from Miami Springs Country aotond straight year. Last general spirit were. tune I,] yam
lack Nine Ttuch ''I Maia), 151; Dale Morey, Club to the City of Miami's new Tuesday they were' named co- of the categories on "'Inch.; TtIs '
>f Paul Callahan, club managerraportad Dale Morey, considered a big S LeJeune course.Tournament winner along with Norland school In Dada County en I

that La Pontlni threat In the tournament, Irises Picks' Uti Director George High School.The 'judged. nattdrat.
chalked SI the frontline : acored evenly on both sine,
up a on Jacobua announced the change trophy li awarded annually I
(par as) and a 31 on toe 37-37-74. Dave Smith. the Paul Homeitead'i entry, \Harvey after conferring with City Manager the Miami Touchdown hay
back nine (par M), The back Bunyon of the Links, from Breaux, picked up steam witha i M, U Kara The city iponon Club by to the high school III'
nine li considered the more Caitonla, N. C.. was seventh 71 for WedDeeda,', try making the tournament the molt school
difficult portion of the II.hole among the llnkameo with a 36 on the flnt nine and I "j ";, LaJeuna will offer a better which bee their shown football ,.mea. P
k count, score of 3I-U-7S only three behind scoring 40 on the back nine teat of golf than Miami spirit at chance torttira 'I t J bet
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Defending champion: Harvey the top score on the back. Hit total for the two-day tally : Springs! tald Jacobua. "The Palmetto rent a year aa, nol
the trophy
Breaui, who pulled i poor U, nine, I. 151. i fairways are narrower the school who vim It thru I w'a'
divided hli take evenly on both la better In any Its
Young Jeff Alpert, who rated The third round will be course trapped) years In a row gets to keep It
ntnei, 41-41. .nlrallt'. better
third la the Perry Como event, played today (Thursday) with I Now In a Its 24th challenge, thltoum.mtnt The student body learned ofi I I'll.co,
S wrt Hla Scare scoring ZM on a tough course, the final round scheduled for year their achievement when Principal
bas been
played at
Breaux soured hla score on ticked off 41-37-71. And Frank Friday, Feb. f, Clyds Crabtres announced mopal
Miami '
the fifth Ire when be crashed: Perplch, Miami golfer who .. Springs for.pproximalrly It over the achool'a public w ,
La Pon na', of I eight years, after being shifted .e th
Mi partner'i ball on the pulling won the Dixie In led, was gallery ipectitora > address system lilt Tuesday
green. The champion, miffed 'among the runner-up with 403S7S. the largest In the tourney erAi from the old Miami Country afternoon The official p..n.1taUon .v''
at the miscalculation permittedthe thus far, la estimated eta) i.4S Club. "'probably\ take place I wsrr 1 1
It attract (0
300 during Wedneiday'a event. I generally tome :
mishap to get under hit \lie
active In addition I
George Victor, of Golf, 111., major leaguers,
akin.r.ul 10&3 champion of the Dixie. to secret of former greats, Tennis lhbe
Drijardlna, champion ol fai Alai AtliamiFl'ol1tonj minor leaguers, ... City
Amateur, broke M (3841) with
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the 1961 Dixie event, fell behind and .uuvt"'j I, It)
press guests
Bob EUan, Palmetto
La Ponrlna whom b. behind with 14.Hyndman. 'olter'l The par-72, ', -,.
oppoaed In other golfing tour \ Jeune course I Is one of the new- Courts ReadyThe
namenti In the atate. Deijir- Hurt eat In the area. One other major I e''
dim, alto of Miami Shores, event baa been held there, C
Park
of Homeitrad'a
tallied 4145-76. Ed Tutwller, who ran third city
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the 110,000 SlInlhlne'omt'n'l
Henry Russell. Metro'i 1963 la lilt ,ur'. event (291)) failedto At 1st PeakThe Open last year. It', located at :and Recreation Department has
of IU
completed the rebuilding
champion, was In the running appear la the current tournament
'F A 113 NW 87th Ave.Probations .
with the youngsters, J7-M-7J. due to other commitment : tennis courta resurfacing IU I II I'a
Miami Jal Alai '
foe Brooke, Palmetto's club *. ,! i I four playing unlta with concrete. 'I I'e
has gotten off to the best first ,
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Former Walker Cupper, Bill quarter In It'a 38 year history.!, I Top I The Redland Homestead

Hyndman, expected to be prime Fan attending the 36th ,, .;: Jail SentencesSecretary I Tennis Club members of the
r contender for the 1964 Dixie, street fronton have found the I .' ) .' I South Florida Tennis Leaguehai 5' I'r
cancelled his be- lay of these great champlonat ,_ .j.l rt'COndltlonlnl
appearance Miami Jal Mal to be the ef State Tom A- long sought ,
cauM of an Injury to t ahouldcr I >st free scab have attracted I't dama has railed 1963 a mile. of the courts to Improve its
record numbers to- pelota atone In Florlda'a penal<< hli- tennis facllltlei for inter-club IL
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Matching their performances best In many years In addition I i J "" S "1 tory, "for It was the lint year I competition I
\A that the Officers and members of the '
the new conveniences and the courts of this atate '
06 the first day war Larry .
palace nightly. placed more nffendera on pro club expressed appreciation to _., ,__ .
Campbell, of Memphis, Tenn., I
and Pat Brady of Reldavllle, The world singles champion- ballon than they committed the City Council for Ita cooperation IN tilE SWING -WUtlil
N. C Both shot 71 for an edgIng hip la contested nightly at Mimi the slate prison" I' In bringing Die courta Mays of the San Francis!
position behind La Pon- Jal ALI with the player Adama pointed out that t1J1 ,- up to standard aprclflcatloni. Giants stays In the swing bjl
r : ilna, getting the moat amount of SAND IN HIS SHOES Is caused when Paul Deijer- persons ware sentenced to I The newly refurbished facilities belting; a golf ball at thil
points at the end aeaion dins winner the 1962 Dixie Amateur finds himself term of supervised probationwhile will now enable the Lake Merced Country CM!
New Leading Player warded the title Currently S.I17 were committed to South Dade club to Invite con- near San FrancUco:
In send ( for the ).
o trap posed camera Deijardinsis
a three way battle la going on prison :teats on its own home courts.
The second round (Wednesday with Orbee, Larranaga and the winner!! tf the Mexicen. National! Junior and theDede
) taw a new player take defending champion ChumicaII County Amateur,.1 Photo by Dan Phlfer),
the top lead, noting La Pontlna vicing for tie top ipot In ,
out for a two-day top the standing. I
ti dlGROUSERTed core of 111. Dave Smith, the In the World Series of Jal I
big, burly long-ball bitter, who Alai the French team main- Town Lanes Blaster
cored 73 on Tuesday, made It tin the lead with the five ,
three under par for a 6$. Smith other teams representing the
got three birdies, one on the nations in which the sport It ScoresThe I
18th where he putted out for played moving up The French League Bowling
one under par five. The IBlha cam won the first two rounds
a 527-yard fairway shot or the series and finished aec-, "South Pads Morning!Imo! Rita Taylor 57S, VI Beaver twj
Ranilna In Second Spat and In the third round. Matters League". bowling at I Y 568.,
La Ponilna, who made his There are 11 games nightly TWn! Lanes,' 10
a.m. Tueidaymornlrgi
time the .
with post for lint
Hint. Hep games, Sh.ronGrad
bid on the lath, got a birdie, show ?
the follownfco |
game 7:30.Garbage: t2T Caaoa 227: ,
too, on the final hole scoring Betty
M-37-73 for a total of I4J for !esi| .High, sets, (scratch) Helen Moore 221, Margaret Wa

Williams the two roundi Can Mary Cray 245427. Miry Catalai ten 12, Ethel carr 228, N.rI.I'rh'tr .
brace of Third place went to Larry 197-531, Betty Cfmellua
proudly displays a
I 223, VI Reavea 223, Arlene -
harp tailed grouifj he Campbell who matched La'onrlni'a Checks Urged I95-62S, Wilma Wood 193-514, ,
Masters 232, Margie CorraJettl .
bagged In the Sand HUll 1 effort on the second Betty Caion 190505/ Nadine
section of central Nebraskanear ,:Hound with a 73 bringing Take a good look at your 224, Marian HIU 231, : .
Butler 181 /95 Arlene Masters
Ringgold. The former his total to 145. Tied for the garbage cam, warned the Dade Jean Norrls 235
Boston Red Sox slugger did bird position with Campbell la County Health Department this 189-480,
his before notion James Jewell of South Bend, Splits converted; Arlene M... 'ft'rJ.
shooting t week, because the fly season High (match. ) Renee
picture camera making an Ind. who beat hit own recordof II approaching.The guinea ten 2-7, Juanlta May ..10,
Information film. Tuesday by one stroke He department said that 'I O'Giady 209. Mary Gray 245.1|'Bttty Caion 2-10 Jo Marlow

1 )ade Countlana can help the High Hep seta, Sharon Gar- 5-10, Marge Bryant 6-10, Dot : a f.j"
sanitation crews and help atop I dy 657, Betty Caion 615, Arlene I ROM 5-10. Olive Rlblnaon MO, I "

the ipread of filth and disease! I Matters, 615, Lib Knight Novella Pye 5-1-10. "The Big *
b y making sure that their garage I S03, Marian Hill 601, Ruth Four" 4-7-6-10, was convertedby '. 't
> cane have no holes In :Bawal 600, Renee O'Grady 686, Barbara Hubbard for which (' .' "
'them and that the lids are luanlta Kent 576, Olive Rob- aha will receive aa award from tr' 'tr"t ,

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caught by Anthony J. Back Detroit, who was unable to ctttnd the Annual

.. Awards inner. Officials reported] the number ef awards wei the largest aver assembled I
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I Rick Berry, U. of M. Top Cager, Visits Rebels I IlUck



Barry, fabulous Unlv'1 reflexes and agility," 11'1 -.
any ot Miami ra,. star who Coach Hale.
ens the most talked about Hit Twice
,10/1homo. In the nation last Despite his brilliant scoring Rebels :

I5 ar, I. .n All.American It Barry I. one 01 the first men I
there ever was one says Coach down on defense and here again Sports RoundUpsom

Bruce Hale and other coaches his perfect timing and jumping Hialeah Conchs
who have letn him pIa). H.'U skill\ has made him valuable. By ,

be a special guest ot the Reb- man at abounding. benttlc.son, sports editor

eta, tomorrow night, at thecame Barry I. called by 11.1. a big By ITIVI McMULLAN straight game, but I. expected(took a 21\.23 halftime lea4.
against Miami
Beach I man who has all the agility and Spo" C.rrOlpondnt 10 be bacto action against MI Key Wilt cams back onto
The fantastic Hurricane ace'quirk reflexes 01 a little guy. amt Beach, the court for the second bslf
I. among the leaders In the "Ue' a ro.rh' drum; II the The Hialeah. Thoroughbreds The Tides will be at the South a completely different" ball
nation In I'Otlnl-.nd this la i way Hale put IL made good use 01 their height Dade gym Friday night for the club Johnson began to hit eon'elstently
despite the fart that most teams least advantage last Tuesday night In Initial contest ot a lour game as did lot Pent and
year. II a sophomore,
have ganged up on him, tryingb Barry led the Hurricanes Into their gym and soundly trouneeel home stand for the Rebel. Fol Ken Meea. The Conchs gaaned
stop hie blitaing ways, the NIT tournament In New the South Dade quintet by the lowing will be Curlt'1 lied and held control of the boards
York H. made honorable score 01 81.115 to stay In eon'tention Tuesday night Palmetto the with their superior helaht.
With all ot this. nobody his lion all.Amerlca 011 both men.the for the Cold Coast Con'ference following Friday evening and Offensive PushDoak
,been able to atop hlm-th.t isnobobdy tltI. .
Central on Saturday
AP and UPI teams.
but the flu virus. It During this COach Paul Worl" of South During the halftime of the Thomas and John Lov..
sophomore campaign h. was a land held the Rebels of.fensively
was during the "Hurricane Dade used I two platoon system c.ntr.I.80uth Dade Gams the up
standout In ..1of\ Miami' vice In third ,
n."etb.1I CI..lc" that Barry _'s from the middle of the first WQAal DJs will\ meet the Rebel the quarter
played while OJ and had his toriea Hurricanes over the top teams the I r J' eI quarter alternating the first faculty team. Thai" Saturday -but they were outscored 21.13and
scoring knocked down from meL He was out' unit 01 Bill Blackburn, Cal Burdick night, February 15.Cenchn II the final sight minutes
rebounded
by only one opponent Welt held u.aaIud.
a
began Key
more than .n average ot 15 John Loveland, Jeff Cross
In regular season play last seaason.Houston's .
MrMlchael with hls Win
points per game 10 little better and Eddie
than 30 polnta .per game. the Lyle Harger second unit, consisting of Emory South Dade had their beat
average he hold today, who grabbed 17 to Rick' 12. Robertson, Randy Hall, Brett Key WHt'1 Conchs overcame .period ot the night III the
Parry, however outscored the Marsh, Do.k Thomas and Bill a first quarter shooting hex final quarter when they sensed
In one game this year ...,. the Houston star, 21 to n. naU.rd. I..t Saturday night In the South 17 points on the efforts 01
live In the campaign, Barry tai' Among thOM that Barry conquered tv Hialeah Jumped off to an Dade gym, added height and Blackburn, Loveland, Jurdlck
lied 30 J1I'lnl.. II.'. great .t ro on the boards during i 14 early lead and was out In front board control and came up with and Cross, but the visitors were
bounding, too, averaging more register season play during the 1..11 .t the end of the first a 8 .IIS victory over the lurk. better with their 18. The final '
than 11 per battle. 19n2.63 season were Provl.drnr. quarter, and that proved to ba leas Rebel. score was 68.1\3.\
lie ran score long or short."If .'. giant John Thompson, 1, r 1 their worst period 01 the IIllhl. It appeared that South Dade Loveland was. high for the
he' not .n A11.Amerl. ate pulled down 11 rebounds They came back with 20 In the might be on their way to the Rebels wIth 11 polDII. foUow.
ran, I've never teen one." says to Rlrk'i Ie III Ii.ml' 82.15 second as opposed to the Rebels' ...lOn'. first win on tha home ed by Blackburn and Burdick
Coach Hale. .'In. Barry. also a sophomore, 10 and were wen ahead by the court when Bill BI.ckburnlelt with 11 .ach. Cross had 9 and
I hauled III II rebounds In MI. half, leading 89.21. Cron and Cal lIurdlrlt opened Eddis McMlth.tl scored e.
.ml' 71-61 upset of Duke, two for the Rebels and Sealer Close Caere
Hale, a former pre star and Things dldn't look any better up strong
pre toach, and AII.Amerlr.n more than Jeff Mullin end three alter the Intermlaalon rlth.r. gave them a quick 115,1 first Following the South Dade-
more than All America Art 1II.I..h' period kid Key West tussls waa one ot the
as a college player, tabs Barry The third Jlfrod was .
as a man that ran do ,ver,.I' 11'11. be.t. They added 21 pointe to Cenche Cent Out mOlt utllln games ever pl.,
thing, This year. Barry I. a far their growing total while South At the same time the opposition ed In the Rebels' I'JIII. The Sen.
"Barry has no weakneaaes! ,. greater ".kttbaU player than Dade fought t4 Increase their' w.au ,.Wnaomewhat frustrated for Class edged the Juniors by
says Coach Hale. "Br.t 01 all h. was last year, says tJM by U. In the final eight minute at the basket which a more of 48-45 on "John Boyd'sdesperation
coach Bruce nal. "Hs has seemed almost too small for bllke' II four seeonds
Thoroughbreds
the
are his ability to get up In the ,ment,
air with anybody and his Irernendously ,rolA'nlp and with this has scored 11 to the Rebell' 20 to the ball Countless shots rime showed 011 tha clock. The
quirk reflexes." achieved real greatness," says complete the rouL med tha bucket or mlllPd the Juniors had a chance to U. it
"Rlrk' ability to get free under .I the Hurricane cage mentor, Cross was the high scorer for backboard tntlrel,. The Conchs up or win .t the free throw
the goal brings him "Jle' .tron"r physically, thus for South D.de, but he eouldn't managed to ret only eight line with on. second left when
tallies but h. f. equally many.klll.: enabling him to hit from both meaeure up to his 20.' pointy points. six 01 them coming from they drew a one and one, but
tel .t giving the ball .n ace! ends 01 the rourL His shooting per.game. lIe rot 15, on six Big Ron .Tobnaon. the shot milltd.
curate lap In tholl mad scrambles .' I. 110 .per tent better and his 4z-1 field goals and three free Tables Turned Staring for the .nlorl wereJohn
after a missed .hot. His rebounding I. bell.r." throws. Do.k Thomas had I, The tablet ware turned, how- Boyd and Bogle CI.nn.
uncanny kn.ck 01 twisting the' h'. no .erret that many pro Burdick scored 7, and Blackburn ever, In the second perIod when Bobby Ilarrls WII high for the
ball through the rim mate lOOuta hav. been following Bar.ry r and Robertson had six South Dade was unable to hnlon. The Senior quInt will
no this 'f..lthoulh h. still 11 meet the faculty and the
tar how tightly h. I. tlch. Starting guard DavId .core. Key West second now
guarded,
1111 another to_ atMiami. 8 and Juniors take on the 8ophomone.
I. a real tribute to his quick year ro Mite missed his fourth points to the n.bel.

Coach Dick Kendall 01 Jack.aonville Gets Under
Little any
University, who has \ League I

Tennis Tourney seen his team la action against Rev. Olio Garland president proof ot III' (birth certificate) play II.'n.ault'G to snort the mustweek
many outstanding teams In sage Little L.eague I document b. pr.aenled. App11'cations in AprIL
Homestead
sports over the said this of the and
yeara sre Iv.lI.ble at The Late rel.tranl., boys
The Homrltud-Rrdl.nd Ten', about Barry alter the MI.ml Inc announced that regis Sporlaman, J30 Washington wbo dl not participate In the
its Club announces its Second win over Jacksonville not too tr.Uon of players I. nearing Av., 1I0mutead. tryouts, will be assigned to
Annual Tennis Tournament long ago la the C.te CIII "J'd l completion The deadline for teams .1 positions become
which 1. tet be held on Feb. rate him above anybody whoever I reJl.traUon has been extended Player tryouts will take place available.
21, 22, 23, 28, 211 and March played here-and we'vehad i to Feb. 15. Approximately 100 I during the lint and second The Senior Division t'I.1 13-
I, 111M .t the Homestead Mu'nicipal
Tennis some pretty good ones boys already have registered weeks of March under the dl. 15) baa completed Its JIlt of
fees to COurla.be Sl.OO Regis.tratlon playing on our court, Include with .n eaUm.led 100 players rerUon 01 Player Agent, ArtiePansa. eight team pon.ora. They arcsBranam
per Inr Art lIe'll1an, Dull. All. remaining to b. signed \lp. Every boy will be liven Funeral Home, Co c.
person covers partJclp.Uonin
Amerlr.n. Not even 1I.'man .n opportunity to play in prac Farm. Cornelius A
.U divisions singles, II rood as Barry. Nobody Boys. ages liven through IS, and skill teats will nom..tud
doubles. mixed doubl.-Tro.phles was eligible to apply for player tire games Sons, Pole Bean
to the winners and rune I've IetJl lately tan do the are statue in the oranluUon'l be conducted at this time. Coop, nuold Eo Kendall, Elm.

den up In all divisions with en.cepllon thillp Barry ranhoot" rebound baseball It I. necesaary Upon completion of the try' ban OU Company, Lucerne
proram.
and ...
tl mixed doubles which run p. that the boy's parenla sign outs, players will be assigned Packing Company and Roy
Coach Norman Sloan of the
will b. a .pedal award. actual leallli Douberlt Farm.
with
Florida Gatore the application to play and that to teams,
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"Barry CAGE CELEBRITY, Rick Berry, ec. sharpshooter for the UJlly.ralt of MI.ml -
All participants will be given best player we've faced allseason.
a time for play which will be H.'. better than Dick Hurricanes, will be 0 special guest .t the South Dod..Mloml Beech tome .t Ti\i
r under supervision of a Tournament Mails 01 LSUr anybody else South D.cI. High Friday night, F.b. 7.
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Director Walter Iisrnlah. we have gone up .,.ln81.
Deadline for entrise to be Feb. definitely think h. will .

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Cutler Ridge Lanes poets the Inaton"7 j Barbara Lund Cutler Ridge Ladies Cllllle:
Line following high scores for the UL : Pat Polite 22f, 1771; Peg
following leagues: Ridge Rollers: Betty Slsgle491 Cooper 205, aUj; Ann Ben.
I I nett 205, 1i26.
a lit I Hits and Misses: Dick Morton So Dade Business Men: Phil' Cutler Ridge fen'. Scratch:

Z2H71j; Lurlyne 5hort- Garretl-208, 234, 202, M2j; Y.I Pee Wee Lee 223, 61Sj; Chuck
Silll.crI'rospert. 204,. 111. Bl'rer-213, 1971 Schelmn Spanllrr 232, 110: Butch
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Friday Blast Club: Marlene 21S, 117, Skeu 22. 6071 Nolan Well.manZ34 \ rt
Cutler Ridge Shopping Con.terl 60S,
By BILL BARN Pryor-171, m.
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Leonard Boddon 222,I Bowding MrU Gerry Me.Mabb
for the wel'k. Some good catches of king Friday Niters:, Paul V.ll'na238 IMi; Emily: Bonana 182, 127. '- 202, 492,
end are fXrelll'nL The out- mackerel 820: Clyde IIrnderlOn-
look for February fishing I. north ot Alligator.n being Ullbt taken while 213, 620; Bob SUfi, 230, 110; Homestead Swim Club Wins \
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also good se this I. consider'ed hot artiest it still Dolores e-18t1. .
going on In oidgirls
one of the top months of the lOJth hole Friday Foursome: Joe Irell. The Ilomlitflel Swim Club style for 11 and 12 year
Betla Ebert- brought home more awards and Clifford IUcbon place
the winters season and a Jewfl.II Creeks A report Jlelel-23. 170j;
leveling off period for the from GUbert' Marina that %24. 540.Sunday. this past weekend High scorer III' first In 111. hr.t 01 100
'lber. Niters: Don Albrecht for the team was Landon Dan ,ard., pack style fog: 9 and10.yur.old
"'' .nook are now being taken
Bonefish and tarpon will begin under the bridge at night -202, 580j; Jet DI Clemenla198 b", who>> qualified for third bo)'..

tet show up In greater some .n tackle bu.ten. 4115.lfoly place In the loo.ard bask' I Following the meet p..nla
numbers toward the end of Snapper fishing I. good with Rosary: JJoyd Swen stroke event and fifth place III .end children spent the night i
thia month. Snook will also fish running around two IOn-224, li80i; )I. Onor.I1-177, the loo-.rd bruit stroke ,camping .t Dania where they
provide more sport than In pond. Trout are scarce but I 494. event for boys 11 and 12 '1"1'1. slept III sleeping bags around
previous weeks.Offaheres few large fiats are being Cutler Gems: K. Villlrl't I Other Homestead winners In a rampClre.I .
Salltlsh are bee taken 192. 494: Joy Schl'rrr-ll1. 498. the Gold Coast AAA Age Group
ginning to air off and doubles Csrd IoIIMI If.cker.1 are Defenders: Mike MartJn-z23, ,Development Swim program .t I This I. the second such FUMBLE on the rebound occurs when John Loveland, 6')" Center for the Relies .
can be expected around the being taken In the northern 597i; Bob TfllUe-200, I80j; C. ,Pompano lilt J.II. II, were: 'combination swim meet and attempta to retrieve the boll duel nl the first p.rlod. Unidentified Conch
b.lla. BI.ckln tuna and bonito part of the lOund. Some have CroIUl'y-24.2. 671. ''I Chris Conll", placing Ilrlt In 'rampout staged by coach Fred for the boll (Staff Photo by Don Phlf.r).
are providing scattered been caught from the docks Holiday Girls: lichen CbIv her beat of 100 yards free M'tfl. makes 0 try

action locally. and the fish an good size, up
Key Larger Harry Lowe, flf to eight pounds.
Lowe' Marina, says fishing fI.mln" Toddy, of Don' I
was good lilt wftkend. Dr. Halt and Tackle, reports that I
Ryan and family enjoyed C.pt. Tommy Williams has CHECK OUR PRICES 1HENAOLTIA
sport with barracuda around bees catching trout around '

MollIlP' Ulbt while kite NW Cape and Middle Cape Then With i
Iltbln,. Mr and Mrs. Roy The rub are III the two-pound Compare
Wood bad some good bottom class and In good qU'DUty. Our I
fishing on the reefs In the Key Bridesr Some .nook Competitors e e
same .ru. Grouper and mangrove are available and tarpon are
.napper are plentiful, beginning tet provide some
Jack 104I.n', from New sport along the middle Keys. RECAPS
York, leered with a 72poundaallfish Snapper have been plentiful _
taken from a kite, lately .n along the Overaeaa 'RENAULT
also fishing out of Lowe. Highway, J"e SHOULDER TO SHOULDER FULL CAPS

Size Price Size Price

750.14 ........ 6.88 670.15 ........ 8.88 $3901DOWN

Tide Time Table 800.14 ........ 7.88 710.15 ........ 9.88 3

850.14 ........ 8.88 760.15.... 10.88 p., Month

High Low 900.14 ....;r.. 9.88 800.15 ...... 10.88 ,I
AoM. ,oM. A.M. '.M. ':
Y.ur Tires er Exchange-Whitswalls RICO Additional
od.ral Tax of 4Jc to SOC per lire and Recappable
Feb. 6 2:34: 2:40 8:43: 9:01: If .0 Exchange add $1.50 for t4' er '3.00 for,
Feb. 1 3 :38 3:35 9142: 10 :02 tire.
Feb. 8 4 :30 4 :29 10 :39 10:53 THE WORLDS MOST. .

RENAULT COMPACT I
Jneboct1on.: For aetW'ata tlae WormaUon for specific! -- ALL TIRES GUARANTEED TO WEAR iS MONTHS-15,000 MILES ADVANCED
areas add key filllreJ to above Ume tabl.

Caps Florida, Xq Biscayne Hlgb 49 I>>

Low 1.02 Fow.1 J'ockaInh .03 Low

.02. Ragged Keys Hlah 2,50 Low GUY CASKEY RAMBLER COIHom'ltHd
1.33 Ale1tlata Key High .22 Low .. South Miami Homestead

.28. Tlvmaier Wb .34 Low .31 No P.yAe I HWY, I 191 N.. .,.1 Hwy. U. S. 1 .t Avocado Drive Miami
.49>> Money Uttl. A. 57..0 S0.Dew. DIXIE 238.2972w
Long Xq (weal end) High CI 7.373) Homestead
Phan. 7.1511
Low .'1 e. Florida Bay same nl\ll'et. $1.15 Wk. 'h.... MO ,""00 Phone CI

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Th newest branch office of able building designed specifically AU that. remained to b* done worlttim' on Jan 14 the building I, '.
the First Federal Saving end for VM a* a saving and after the units wr let In was assembled and In plice.By I
Loin Auoelition{ of Miami li loan aMoclalkm branch offlta. piece wn to connect utility Mr- the end ef the following I II
now open on U.S. 1 at Btacayn vices and the air conditioningunit week the office was
Drive. The motions were equippedwith and install window glass' equipped, and ready for bust I
electric wiring and plumbing and front tntianr door 11
Th building hooting the of- left St. seas, complete with carpeting,
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site In mid-January. conditioning and beating partition 11, arriving at the alt that Thr tf picture tall the story
i It li a aecllonallitd: preea- and a four-window Ullr afternoon. of the building from the timeIt
I ambled *eml.portable tipand- counter Within mix and a half hours began IU trip to completion. PiI
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AT NOON TUESDAY, Jen. 14, the lest section' of the building .It lowered Into tumbled and frf.. ,In," ready for carpeting, LESS THAN TWO WEEKS offer the prefabricate buildings loft St. Petersburg
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"If Homeitttd's idea of providing Bicycle Institute of Amerlci last year was clr- "Bicycle safety path adjacent
'blkew.,.*' throughout said this week. cule led by UPI all over the to roadways would b* better ,' q
the city catches on in other world. A* recently a* a few '.- 0
he Slid, "but they are
James Hayes, director of In. .
areas, It could b* the biggest week ago AP tent-out a fol
thing that bee happened in bicycling formation for the institute, low-up story mentioning bicycling difficult and expensive to :. I 0 r, G
and recreation In a d*. wee In Homestead Monday to in Homestead. build. : I e0
cads," a representative of the shoot publicity picture of thecltJ' He saluted Hemetteid't bl- "Thei signs demonstrate .
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safety or -
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'blkeway ai b* call them. cycle safety routes *i a that with very little money .
Miami ",.eeUcel! iniwer" t* bicycle city can add a valuable dlmen'
Heights Hiye did that tilt title safety. lion to community lif."
ef Chlceg end Miami leech .
PTA To Hear
I hv expressed an Interett
Talk In tilt Prtlrem. MORTON KLEIN
Obscenity e0f'
He I* planning a large publicity i
\ release to every nationally ,a' o.
Morton L. Ferry aiililant circulated magazine Including CUSTOMTAILORING
state attorney, will speak on
thoi* circulated to municipal
the isle of obscene llterttur and fraternal 0
governmenU NOW ?
and picture at a meeting of orgtnliatlona.Hayr d4e
the Parent Teacher Aiiocla- laid that Homeitead ,
lion of the South Miami has already received an'enor- OPEN CI 7.2471
Height Elementary School moue amount of publicity from
cafetorlunu Tuesday at $ p.m in the school III enthusiastic bicycle pro- Q 149 Wilt Mowry St.
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A question and answer period The picture and story of Dr. Homestead, Fie.A .
( will follow. Paul Dudley WhlU's visit to I
Three member of the noml- ... Is
sating committee will be cho-
leD from the floor during the
builneu eeulon.Pltn .
are being mad to have
a program on the new math
program at the April 24 nett NEW CAR i i
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through the season, Guthion cost you less Wtanu.so it gets 'em even on undersides of
Your Welcome Wagon babes See vi for details about molt. gives the most complete oil-season control you've loaves Wipe out aphid fall with Systox! At
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Council Considers Variety Of Items "n I I II ICily Bid



\ :. \ PoliciesCriticized
Citywide ,
Sidewalk Repair, .. :





: Homettead'e > per cent preferential

Replacement Project treatmentor (oral

I firma blddlrg to do business
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with the city "could get ua
Proposal for a city aide Conlrv reported ht hid recohcd Approved expenditure of I of the city I I Into trouble," Mayor Richard
sidewalk repair or replicemcnl complaints from new. $4,000 toward construction 01 leg on Conlcjr warned council members
program are being prepared by comers arriving at the Home- a new James Archer Smith firm plant Monday.
City Manager Olif Pearson for Head Airport, who told him lloipltal/ for which the hospital agency
submission to the city council they would "rather come to ll to provide storage space fora near future, The city has Ml whit may be
Pearson wu Instructed to go Homestead by covered wagon 200.bed civil defense hoipltal! the city to a dangerous precedent In
Into cost estimates, possible thin to ride that cab again" pitkigei. through the awarding contract to local
method of financing, and Called for cost estimates parts huilneiica whoM bids art high
recommendations for repair or on the repixlng of Lucy Street .I By resolution, awarded Mayor Conlt er than out-of-clly bidden, pro
new construction of city tide- west to Redlind Road, and con contracts for switch gear, vlded the dlfftrenct ll lets thaiS
walks Monday at the city council struction of sidewalks, with the trantformeri and other machlnery ... per cent, ht Hid.
meeting. Idea of approaching Florida for the rll,'. power water rite
Generally, the lift of I tide City to share paving cotti. Ex- plant expansion to Wetting Rhodes The favoring of local firms
walk If considered to be about tension, of a aldewalk from Lucy home Electric, 178.129; Allis) III,.. Ruth In the award of lire con-
20 years, Pearson said Some of Street put Writ Homestead' Chalmen, $28819 and S8224. tank ot tracts hat rut drastically the
Homeitead'i art almost double Elementary School to A. L.Lewis .; and Gra)'bar Electric, $39,687 city hit number of bidden willing to
that.In. Elementary School would I Introduced Ordinance (84. lalni street ( submit bids or eitlmatea for
other actions Monday, the then provide dry access to both 023, inelllng out the council city limits, Homestead purchaiei, the may
... council: I schools, Councilman Fred I order of business and calling reildenta'' or said
Discussed removal of rubber \ Rhodes luggetted. tor the public to lubmlt re "
City Manager Olef Pearson
trees from the median .1 Agreed to pave i II.foot quests for agenda placemen Coodlng'i bare
Alnlrcim evl the ttittment Peer
strip on NW Flnt Avenue since wide roadway In Muuelwhlte five days before the council
maintenance cf the shedding Park from 16th to 17th Street, meeting at which they want to received an ten Mid that *n a recent
to mike '4 trip tt Jtcktenvlllt ht hud
trees ii a continual and costly and approved a bid-call. appear I Iay |
quarters for vnfivtrible comment abtutHemtttttd'i
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Awarded I contract to Postponed action on the
problem.Directed
the city mm- Gulf Oil Co. to supply regular request of Conlcy Chevrolet winter More than rally, I per tent arecedent -
ager to look Into condition of gasoline for city vehicles and *o. for closing of dedicate! (lies t A

taxicabs operating In Home. ordered re.advertising for bids I roadways, never constructed, Ing and spend A MM In point, commented]
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(r1'S stead, after Major Richard on premium gasoline within a four-block tract cut per diy per / deputy purchasing agent Char

tald. lei Anderson, It Deal Ford of

Plan ObservanceOf stead. toning Miami.
Boys regular "' A representative of ht firm
Monday to '\" told him Deal had twice submitted -
night to low bids on city can
city council \ \ ,'M.\IJU"II .. In recent months, and both
National Scout WeekNational times the contract wai awardcd .
mewl )
every Asked for a few potlenti or James" Archer Smith Hoipl- to i homestead cir agency
heavy 'Influx of strained facilities Mrt
to draw up potlenti whmte bid wee higher but less
Boy Scout Week, of the Methodist Church beginning which the tit with nu rua' old Morlerte Iroo""r" wet among than S per cent higher .
will be observed operated by ) '" of the holfwtyi./ Things had told up o bit
Feb. 7 It
to Saturday,
f In Florida City by Scout Another activity Hit troop 1 Ii,,11- Florida City which bat ... Smytho" told Wednesday "but the tamo "The IM apoU-nan:bid lildIhry'll

Troop 588. planning la a spaghetti sup it for salvage afternoon, maybe" ot the facility otttmpti to Hnmcftlrad never bid gain call," Anderaonilaled. on a
4 The scouts will have a dltplay per Feb 15. Ills to be held.t I By Ardli Weaver a >'ear.Ifra. community.Staff" ( Photo), .
of a campsite, knot board the Cove Cafeteria on North i ------ ------
4 and equipment used in the Kromt Avenue from 6 to IIpm : l Phones 2477691 The dliruixlon was kicked: off

troop. The boys are telling tic. I by the sole bid the city received
1 The display ii to be in front bets for the affair :11 UrgedSeven on a utility truck Monday
Proceeds from the lupptr will! that of Warnock Ford Co.
, be used to purchase camping, Action to erne the precedent

equipment" and tuppllea for the ..)' Naranja rock pits tilt e Expansion and was discussed, but was poet'pencil.
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Council Sets troop sports and I. 8. 1, along with possible ment ot overnight Improv"1 .

Service Guild were development of the area facllltlei, a sailboat m ___
Members of the Wesleyan" this week by of idle, county or com launching ficllitiea
Service Gu'ld met Monday .t stead and the fain stead Ei)'front Park. t = '(jaws fat a'iet4, ,,

Its Salaries the home of )[r.. Jack Caves, er Squadron, park and marina at Enlarging of righta.of.way .
NW 19th Street, HomeiUid Point. on Card Sound Road, with future .-...
It'i official new Hemettead councilman and Mrs Cavei, president, was In The money. areas and wayside development of a park :,
the mayor will be paid "monthly laltrltt and Mt exposes charge of the meeting. A dli Improve along Stile RL IT from and mirtni Pauline $24 N. Kroma
amounts" that will total $17,400 annually tuition was held on plant for Trail to the Monroe I Better marking of channels 11101of BeautAv(* H'.I....
the church nursery that launder Young line In the Caeiar Creek area. For Appointment Call 147-7211
The ctuncll adopted a payroll ordinance without the supervision of the

comment" Monday, itrtlni th. "mtver1 monthly pay at guild.
$150, plus $100 ..'.n.... Ceuncllmtn will pet $150 I I Goes 'fo
month, plus $SO ..ptn.... Ruth Baptist NotesThe School Area Directory I
A atlpvilatltn .f Hemeitetd'a new charter calla far Sunday Jesus ]
Clan met at the home of
the first ctuncll to spell out the piyrtll. Copt and lira. Thomas Wil- drew a -
Other councils t. fellow will ae able to "make salary (lame on W, Palm Drive Monday from Judge Hearing Aid
changes for their successors, but are forbidden' by char for Ita monthly meeting Florida City coordinator.:1'
for te do te for themitlvti. Monday Flu DEMONSTRATION
Last the found guilty Repairs Triple Protection N'h.nYou
Sunday youth group reckless '
had an evening of recreation at arreit ;1iJtUH' $ luy A
ht home of Mr. and Mre Ben ZENITH HEARING AID

First United Church Average on SW Third Street Gonzales, I ." "liNe ':'vNO FISCHER & SONS.HIARJNO
following the evening service dress aa the AIDS 141 NORTH AV
Ping Pong, basketball and oth In homestead I .-CE 5.8605 I Cl) 74.11 K"OM'I :lD

er games were played. :Friday nljht!
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Plans 'Hobo DinnerThe a city police torSuppliesandChemicalsDaily

The day and evening circlet ed speed of Deliveries, Just Phone U -247- -W.S281
of the Women'a Missionary
First United Church 01 Union held a general meeting After he Shop TRACY CHEMICAL CO.
Christ of Leliure City will be LEISURE CITY Monday at the home of Mri. top," BE OUR BUSINESS Swimming Pool Supplies paper Goods Service EtatloB
host for I SI "hobo dinner" J. H. Drawdy on Old Dixie said for AND NAT Supplies Bar & Restaurant! Supplies! Items for Motel,
from 8 to 7 p,r.i. tod" Chef highway In Homestead and he Hotel, Club, School! Home and Hospital! Use All Types Cli
Miynard Norwood says It'. an By LAURA BRIDGESA A special missionary program foot. Officer ,.47-tttt Door Finishes Cleaners Soaps Detergents Floor Machine
all you,can-eat, cafeterla-alyle presented was entitled "Tht ,topped him Homestead, Florida Sales and Renttli....
alfilr. between hit 22401 Old a Dixie Highway, Gould.
I series of special events Chaplain And Hit Work. It I
The Ruth Circle of the WOol are being planned. explained the work of chap. Jewelers Glfti
min'i Fellowship at the First' Mri. Julia Ballentlne, newly alna In industry, jalla, hoipl Review Be Here!
United Church will meet to- elected president, it extendIng !tale and the military.! FERGUSON JEWELERS
morow at 1:30 p.m. at the homeof an Invitation to all area Mri. Marie Harris was the Is
Mn. Beatrice Bchwlppert, residents who qualify to join rogrtm chairman, aiilittd by /
Wotch Jowotery i& Shaver Repairs
28610 SW 144 've.Aliline. the group each Thuriday.Home In. Kay Shelton, Mrs Betty Ruth! CI 7-2321 ,
I Lewli! Mri. Doris Grahamand The Shoes 328 Washington' Avo., Homestead, Fie
Church Demtnttritlen Club Mri. Anne Drawdy b iy Maurice "ho" CI 74S3S

Revival services are being The Leisure Home Demonitratlon 10 a.m. at St. :
City
held each day at 730: p.m.
Club mtttt at ':30 Th. Intermtdlatt boys have pal Church, Lamps 2000 SHADES
Sunday, at the South
through planned cookout
a swimming
Dade Christian and MliilonaryAUUace ass today at the club house, and The book Ii / fOil A LlGHTORAMA
overnight camping trip for
Church, Kingmin Road 11H North Krome Ave. for tense prelate Free Instruction In
Friday. They will be campingat SII2Sunie Dr. MO 78941
a work meeting in sewing.Th. In Ruiala.
at Avocado Drive. Make-Up end) f
the Baptitt In Florida
Camp
The public U Invited to hearthe dub s P onsored a card City, and will bt chaperonedby Tickets are For Lamps & Shades
guest speakers, singers ana party last week to ralie fundi $1.25 per '
Rev Lee R. Grsht.m. "
musicians, Rev ar.J Mn. W 1L to send 4.H Club girls to aum- I $4. 8t Optn Fri !v... Repairs ? Acctuerlti
Brand, who bane done evangellttle mer camp. Hostesses were Mra. Choir rehearsals be hOlt for I Bring Your Lamp For Fitting
work under the auspices Marie Thlgpln, chairman MM.Thelma are being, BEAUTIFUL GIFT LAMPS AT DISCOUNT
held I at the Town Motel due
church for '
Alliance Lawrence
of the McGrath, Mra. : .1 C. S. .
to the illness of Fred! McDonald
29 Rentachltr, Mri. William Restaurants
yean.Mothodl.t Notes husband of the director, they stayed
Hall and MM. John Ellis
The Woman'a Society of Civic Association Mr., McDonald la conducting R. Malphura, MOORES RESTAURANTFormerly

Christian Service at Holy Trinity The Leliuro City Clvle ....- the rehearsals every Wednesday Mr. and ) MART ( Sklppyi) Remodeled" Now Seats $1 Peoplo
Methodist Church will meet aodation will meet Feb. 11 at evening after the midweekprayer of NW ,I 130 WASHINGTON AVE, HOMESTEAD
Wednesday at 7.30: pa. at the 7)30 pm. at the elementary aervlce up for DINNER SEA FOODS
church. Rev. George Dettman school cafetorium. The group Personal Mentloni "f..11 Charbrollad or Orllltd Steaks, Chops, Burgers, Frankl
will speak on "Our Minion To- ll continuing to meet tt the Mr. and Mri. George E. nieces from '' Chicken to Order Dlnntri and Short Orders To Take Out
diy.The" WSCS will bold a study ichool because of the email Locke of NW Second Court aN the I. Cl 7-I2M CALL FOR TAKE OUTS-CI 7-M29--OPEN 7 t,1I .7 dIp

course on "The Million In seating capacity In the community recently were in Daytona M fl. W. C Stationer
Southern ....1." at the church center.Cemmunity. leach for ont week due to the are employed
Monday and Tuetday. The flnt Members of Center the CIvil Events Ai- linen of Mn Lockt'a father, company In DELK'S
aeailoa will be from 10:30 I.m. ADDITIONS
loci.lion ahlfti
second from 1 till, are wiring In HOMESTEAD STATIONER
to Boon, the '
2:30: p.m. each day. The group'I' during nlnge to the keep week the daye Community and eve CAP Cadets 7-3808 Office Supplies Art Supplies looks Greeting Cores

will Women have lunch from at the the WSCS church.at' Center doors open. Mre M'I'tI.Hunn ., :340 Washington Ave, HomesteadCircle 74<45

Redlandi Community Methodist building administrator, < '. BOX 804 FREE DELIVERY
Church will be participating la I. In charge of the centeVi calendar ''I For Camp Television
the study courie. of events and may be
PTA Meeting reached at CI 7-6401.
Leisure City Elementary L&M TV SERVICE
Th. jffifa
Cadets of the Civil Air Pa-
Aaiocla- The Woman'e Club of The Ing more
Teacher
School Parent
lion will meet Monday at 8pm. Udlindi will sponsor a public trol squadron at Homestead tact Lt. C. ,., .Installed *I8"I, occno
CE '
la the school cafetorium.The card party at 1:30 p.m. todayat Air Force Bate are competing ED 8-8202. .
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program topic 1* "Seeing the center. Refreshments for ...1.cUolto attend the Hammondi, CO. Antenna Completely JUUfJ
Ii Believing," and will Include will be served and prim CAP'a state, summer encampment tive duty at GOOD USED TV SETS RoatonobU
arithmetic demonatraUont. awarded. program at Tyndall AFB moted this CE 5-0190 478 Perrlne A... Shopping Center
A nursery for first grade children ear Panama City. of the local
and smaller will be openat Th. Michigan Club ..Ulm"t Top cadets and senior office He replace
the school during the meet Tuesday In the center at 7 p.m. .re will represent the aquadron who stepped LAWN MOWER SALES'N
ing. iln. H. S. Beare, president U .t t the largest encampment time to
Ootden Ape Club inviting all former residents program In CAP history to ate CAP Group & Lumber SERVICE
The Golden Age Club will of Michigan to attend. A book just how the Air Force liven six cadet FREE PICKUP and ESTIMATES,
meet at 11 am. today at the ,review will be the Mghtllght and receives ita training.The am ltd Key
Coral Roc Mobile Hornet Park of the meeting. cadet program la opento A third .-'. South Ai For Ai Cutler Ridge .

recreation building. I teenager from the entire ranks was' FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE
Over 40 membera were present The Civic Association will South Dade area. It meets every Cipl Robert )
last week for lunch and an sponsor a card party at the Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the ber of the Flo. Ph. 77321 6138 So. Dixie Hy., So. Miami MO 1.7003
afternoon of card enter Feb. 14. local air baie. Persons desire Civil Defame


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p : ., ', f'r.' "" ,,: Firemen's Pension Fund 19731 Notice fXMRIENCID birmaa; fvrlbbcan .

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\.IQAL NOTICE mile I So. otIomrstcuEXPERIENCED



I To Be Operated Locally Nsau OftCL, omd1.So d.UNDER O'Sesby d.e014S tll.LAW.FICI5Ti05NAMI 0,550w.Iv.a I same Skit.. sass thaasd.esIis 5.husSies. M5 over N.21.Flagler Apply food Bsmbni Cl 7-BciJ.1'1!\ 111. 1


of 'ror.1 lAatIsa C 05051.1SHeets' ..... JOHNSON glrli to ,,
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Cade County firemen will rereive > I 1 per cent levy against casualty pension fund necestltarsl the ,P. O. Ps' lilt I. "i.aO I. DadsIs counter waitresses "':t"I,*
the benefit of a pension Insurance sold>> in Dade, adoption of two ordinance) ..,,. 'letlel.. .SsS.sds 55 ........ opening, will, train lf'II"'
sold .... mIih mhs ...." tb. hive Own trin' ,
trust fund approved by the County one creating the" eiclie tee K Gears ol Dade c.wt, punaiiii\ :
L\ Board of County Commi ilon. This will net lot e new tan levy In the county end the "torM" *. many benefit. Apply ii;wlr,,

era at Tueidiy'i commlulonmvetlng. M will be derived from ether ,r,vldlr| fer the treetlon Oes.r WKANO Johnson'i, 10201 S tuit
OMRkHrl T. Hwy.. Kendall Hi
meow, whkh Is presently bee end! aemlnlstntlen ef the .. 111 .*... I, u. ea. ."4, /
There were no objection to In* received by the state fund !: OFFICI work, shorthand ,,}

the proposal et I publlo hear- Many municipalities In Dade An Interim committee will\ be LEGAL NOTICE Ing, some knowledge cf book.

: \ lilt before the board County have been receiving appointed to art up ruin and II.'''* I I. herebY held.1.*h4sr. that. IIlomnlMd a.: keeping Hi.- CI 70848 V
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The oommliilonere voted funds from the state, collect gulstloni for the first ilec- hmrSsm> will Pl.nolng b. .n4 Shil RETAIL ilnre, part Unit Leo II

unanlmouily>> to approve the ordinance ed as an excise talon casualty,lion of three firemen who will ..>4 *..' ".h...Counrli 00 Bskcry.U$1, Gould
the fund end trustees. M. sf'siM1 ..*!.! l I. b. -
creating Insurance covering properties serve on the board of Sill
Clip
W the Iteoe.Ssad Frldiy
providing for>> the collection of within the municipalities. The trustees, who will sd- tI ROOM Nwlk krow *""". 51.oolk.tho STENO gal! ittrictN,
monies to support It Under the new ordinance minister the fund, will be composed ,.. no.sonlfl. .H'./l'saeta Busy ofllce. Ferrite Emplo<*
...klf of Tract A. monl, 482 Perrine Ave n
Nortk
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Revenue will be derived from there will be no Increase In of three firemen, the ... 'rr.n> Spine ...1...." Tr.rl e-2341.
cost to the Insured or the In fire chief and resident member a sal H, .11 III CIvU f....", Pl.t -
Rsok 44. Cons tl. mcd rut I"** WAITRESS Minted,
t oClU )
who will be appointed by 41.20
surer >>
More Funds a?. Psi. c, 1.8U.1 ... IU.I CI .,...302.I .
E. P. Bancroft of the Bay lbs board. 10 ItV... II

Glades Civic Association ached I In the first election firemen cITY| of HOMUTIAD. I WILLING to learn lore r:i
K. Cimpbtll
A.
I that the ordinance be mad to will be elected to terms of one CII, Clock keeping, full or part 1-; Su'Tim,

Approved apply to the entire county, municipalities year, two years and tlire, P. 0. N*, 05555.Jao Apply In person Ihrei t.)
Included but per yearn After that a member ea, pb, I, 5054.Tillohasses tens, 1250 So Dixie llwt/

For WrightGeorge mlt the municipalise! to continue will be elected. every year to P1eld.NOTICI WAITRESS vinled it Jt'lIf U;
receiving their porton of serve three >'esr term. Key [argo. $2S at
the Us monies A resident member will receive NOTICE !I. kmbr .1,.. lk>t She day i\ tips or share ma
Wright, District 4 The eitibllshment ef the yearly appointments Tn.l... 0' tho lntrnil I........ hue home, *1B Till 852-534 I
conitible, hit won the Ipprov.1 *! .on' KuM of tk* H.l. of Klorldi. -4
of the County Commli-' I. Ik* ....II.. In lbs Bor4 RoamIk
"r avnur OlflM. C.pltol 113 MeleHelpWoetedAIRCRAPT
slots In Ida bid for more fundi It Has Bad Building Too 1I.lIdln..b..104- for la... AMEIT .... (
to operate his office. ( I M Mink aeb. seas *llleoMldrr woodwork, expert-
b. .
P. Brlihim.peIlcsSIa., ".I.h...mod.Bulldlm! kr Ml r enced, full' or part time perrlne
Wright wit particularly eager .ml, MorMl. far purchase of the Employment, 482 Per
to receive improved car allow City Gets Tough follnwlnt _rlb4. lied, U>*lll rifle A"e. CE 8.3341.SORDEN'S -
'ancei. Pile N,.. 11>>...11..11 __ 21ADi
.. ,. DAIRY hit
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A K.1 I of *ubi (* l <4 lRl open
The commissioner voted to .r>r.* H"r Irlni III fMllM II., ingi for sales trainees to o|> -
Tn..hl> It ewlk. Ra... 41 Kwl crate retail home dell,'
grant an additional $71 per Even On Itself ('lop .f Iol..dl. lillo" lit", Dod.C.lp routes from Princeton"
Florid.. panklarlp Ty
month>> car allowance which mire
.. .....,.... so 011"".. branch, canto bond required bu,
will make two tart available om.al.e. ml ......, N.. (CI 5' ..1." while, In training, erellent At
for the fOn.lable'lort.. The City of Homestead en.ary,'* commented Mayor 01..1. I. IIHd Book noes. r... fringe benefits. Ap. lei
launched I get.tough building Richard Conley In the limevein. 504. med il'od Sleek .11.. P... pllcinli I must apply
per
The action of the commit. 14*, Pkll PMerd of Did Com. 4Ah: firKi
condemnation Monday ion to II101 SW St
program 11, plorid.i '''.n.* r.* North IT
DEBBIE BENJAMIN, 2i, admire! ont of the dresses thot her mother, (left) ilon also allows' Wright to hive and learned It'. among tl' 41" WooS, lilt lost t* lbs Princeton, I'ia. P>

Mn. C. Benjamin of SW lOrd Str.et.1I4I Mri. WiIIlo! LoMola efSWlJUf one: deputy with a ealary ot the owners of unsafe structure "If we give the door a good,. tko blot point melee Ins of B of..li llllolt>.l". Soy.f oiincti m.d. CARRIER Boiedl'I' IDC
1450 month
Street ere getting ready for the Die end Dream Garden Club rummege sole per end mother at !. hard slim, the whole building U ..r. r.. Nortk tl' IT' II" opening for eirrler boys in
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might collapse sun, iltun 01 fMt.mm
en Feb. 1 S. The isle will be from 7 0 .m. till noon of Renuert Bolley-Cheeley' $350.Wright Instructing the or o less, I. Ik. Salkh.od hoot ill art'''. Cell Circulation thC

Lumber" Yerd et 17750 Cleveland Arenue In Ptrrlne (Staff Photo by Dan Phlfer) will also be allowed begin legal action city attorneyto against! Dispensing with levity, the ikmr. rue Nortk II' II' 41" Eilong .... I Dept, CI 72321. ,
(tie expenditure of to council told Turner to get a saId BulkkMd LIes ISO f-rl
up 1173i .. COUNTER immediate
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ownen of condemned structure I. rolnti tk.nr. r io tk
month for a matron or speciil -! Hat of condemnations from It' II" East a ..I...... of till II opening, no Peip.rl need INC
2 Men Held deputy If a need for these left standing despite the building department and I... .sro or tees I. tk. klk miles ed for steady year iround 1\\
Palmetto Jr. city orders to race them the II.* of Elliott Krl. tknr rm
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High enlcei should arise begin paperwork under Metro work Miny benetiti
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.*.,.-**t..I* .. .. >rlli. | tk* Hid company '
Thli compensation for I ipectil city council discovered Homestead '* legal condemnation hIgh ..1., (In. IIS.11 fwt wr.w ind opportunities for idunrement. LAo
deputy will be allotted I own one of the wont framework. I hos I* Ik. Point ., Bril.nlns. Apply your neweit .
For only I .... .... .
Cooulnlni more or lot
building of the lot. Royal Castle Store.
Having when needed and will not be Ilomeilead'i own procedure a.d will *n>ldr .kl-tli t...*. SAI
Honor Roll Listed considered at a regular month Fire ind health department made more efficient by adoption : lo. Okt.rtlo.l t* tk* orapow4 ..* EXPERIENCED mechanic, must lI
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b.
tI l d shield lot iiknlttd t
officials lait week condemnedthe >>
ly payment according to County of charter know tranimlsilon ,
a new city DlrMlor Tru.t M .f She Inl..1 generators t
Palmetto Junior High School KleIn Judy Williams, Jill ExplosivesCliff truIng McNayr.Wright city motor pool buildingon several months *go, still mint inil>.**_... PutMl, Tk* C.plII.! ilternaton and have
NE First ?Tdl.k.n- Plorlill. rrlor U the own tools
Road where 102
Apply So.
laid he has SE'TI
to transport
be spelled out In detitlproceii -* ... ...... .
students listed on the Alpha Council Sharon Ford, Gregory ..,. tint obese ( Tk Krome. )
female prisoners on occuion the once famous Redland now under say, but Tr*.tMM-,. Ik. subs t* d*.
Honor>> Roll for the latest grad- Foote, Robert Gaffln Robert Cornell and Renter Od
and this require the Fruit Fesllvili were bel4."M.'be slice I. oik Ml. of our or all ..1amId
period aresJomph hicks Mont Kane, Paula om U Leisure City were bound not expected to be completefor l..d. Tk. Ml. U sod vkw IXPIRIINCIDAdvertising
Still Janet William- hillier Elisabeth Baker Va- ov.r to Criminal Court Monday services of i matron. In the we should give our acme six mouths Turner ...d* iktll.. lot Mklwt to tko. TTMIOMiMrrlnf salesman to aell advertising
put he hn hid to call on lelvei SO diyi to tear It Hid. lila tkMOMlTIT.. .ftk In MlsmL Mutt have csr.
on! Marlen* Stewart, Sari lory Greenfield Jay ReubertCarolyn by Justice of the Peace Syl- Mrs. Wright to act n matron down; .'e'VIlvrn other own- fketpk.t. .. ...* sad ..*ll* High commluloni. Apply it
Straight. ., Sue Slnnamon, Jennifer Smith Patricia Hoi- neater P. Adam on charges of n' 11% of Ik. ,..rolt.l .. '"..raooor The News Leader, IS NE lit
en three years, poked City ,.... ... ,.
> purrk.r I. ratilrdt
lllrfi! ponemUn of explosive Road
Jean PowerMarcl l.fa" Jane Edward Homestead
Rul"- Slmsn U.S. InspectionAnd
Attorney Vernon Turner piP tor or fuml.k docimiontarrlUmp. 11
Splegfl Karen )I.aters.lHephes Dauer, Charles Fancher Jan Bond for rich mm wai let Band Dinner "RlEln, might not be nee ,.a .. fot Ik* Inlo.nv.rF ....., 01 SALESMEN for Fuller Broth

Johnston Lli* Rubens. Keller Leslie! Mauln, Linda at $2500. part It full time
Br Ord-r of She Tn.l* e'h. AM It TMJin
Sarah Pistil, Linda Popp>> DonS Morris, Susann Allen Lisa A charge of possession of Grosses Standards Um.l lm>r..*....l Flint of tkiStolo Write Box 207 tlo News

I\ I tin Lltman and Barbara Msn. Rower Donna l>> Holt Gall Matsuchellt stolen property igilnst the two $722South Worker Faces of PARMia PlorMo. BRYANT Leader P. O. Box 339, Home 2

Ellubeth Swnpe men was dropped at the requeit Outlined G*>-rar stead hi.SALESMEN: .

LIsted! en the "A" Honfr Mark Falkey, John Fltspatrick, of the state ittorney'i Dade High School'i Morals Charge System 411.,,, ".,..H., t rVrmutii. I. Kur.4rk DlrMlorTn.l growing business P.

Roll suet Kathleen Gearhart, John Hsrrlsnn off ice. cifetorlum took on the flavor needs
Fusco, The U.S.! Department of Agriculture I ||, || It, tees Jiggresilve salesmen
Lucl
Linda Dowr' Debra Katsman, Kristin Connell and Odom were arrested and iroi of Italy last Homestead police hive ir- will train Perrine Employ, .
announced ;
Anapol. has publi
Nsureen Schlld Janet Kerr Jay hEalthy, Janice Nov. 27 when I large week, ii more thin 100 per- rested a 38->'eir-old crop work. went, 482 Perrine Ave. CE B- .
cation of leaflet delCrlb- I
Charles Rail Debr Zucker. Read Denis RotoUnte Laurie cache of dynamlU wai found sons turned out for a spaghetti er and charged him with In. I new Announcements I 23U.

uncut, Andre. Gelst, Jan CV. Slden Chsrlen- Cleaves DaAa in their home dinner staged to raise funds decent before leg the department' Inspection
Buunn. expoeure young and standardization>> service forlre.h If THE LAST lour numbers of SERVICE station attendant fc .
try. Jamei Ward John' Hail, George Hoover Susan The case of Harold YVhldden for the echool band girls In the NCM King Cooper your telephone number !i the mechanic full time Immed
Clarke, David Ellison, Zlpp, Alicia Boweri, Eleanor I of>> Florida City, who named ei Grosi receipt* reported Friday and Homeiteid Junior High produce.It Mine ei one of our lucky late opening, Pcrrlne Eat-
Emm Ellen Cltomer Carol Coleman Patricia Cone, Dana a possible confederate of Odom totaled $722. The net pro- School areai. tell how>> and why US number call CI 72321 for ployment, 482 Perrine Ave.

Levin. Jayn Pike. Janet HI- Flora David Kelley, John and Connell, will probably go ceedi, after cost>> of the food Alfred Lee Ashby, 38 who slsnrUrdi for fresh produce your free movie ticket CE 8-2341

M, Sheldon Axler Kelly Far Moore, Deborah Wolh Chris direct to Criminal Court Ii deducted, will go to swell ,,11.11 Newport, Ark, at nil per- are established end how they PREPARI by Home Study for WANTED -
feM! Laura Fulton, Greg Kaetc tin* Danlelson.Marraret Th Investigation of Connell the fund to pay the band'! ex' minent sddreo, wii arrested serve the fruit end vegetable Government Civil Service entrance learn parts buslneu young man must be to

Sarah fuller Nanny Wil' and Odom was apparently set pensei to district end state FrIday on the complaint of a Industry. exams Write: NiUoni ambitious, Intelligent and
him'I Suunn. H.tfleld Mary Hutsler Valerie off after a large stick of dynimlte competitions rate this spring. teenage girl who told officer It aim! outline types of Inpoctlun Training, Service, Inc., Box willing to work, Apply Howe
Hlmhurr. Mlchelin.\ McC.,' Matturro Ronnie McElheny, was found on US. 1 Junior clan bind member he had approached her several available, and lists o(' 201 c/o The New Leader E. Moredock Co, J050 N.

thy Robert 0k Owen Sch- I Stephanie )Miller Alan Popp near the Piper Doll night club were winners In in Inter-clasi Umei and followed her flrei where Inspection services P. 0. Box 339, Homeiteid Fed Hwy

.1111. Andrew K.mpfDavW Sharon Turk David Walters ,(operated by Connell) August ticket sellIng contest They on the way to school. I may !be obtained. Pie 14

Lauren Buck Corln.e Richard White, David Yardu- 9, 1963. At that time, a fire were led by Jo Ann Accurilo, Police suspect that with The leaflet entitled "Offl- Mole & Female
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p..on.Flints Sharon Phlpps, I>*ry'' I mien, John Dow Craig Wonders department Investigator commented who won a $10 price for tellng Ashby'i arrest they may have I rial Grads Standards and Inspection II-A Fenonolt Help WantedCOOK

Miriam Alper. Anne Cohen Sara Everett tM it was unusual to $711 worth ot ticket, and solved a number of similar I for Fresh Fruits and 'ARE YOU Alcoholic

Martin Michael Blocker Linda May, Laurie Hililg" Pamela Hoffman >> find in abandoned stick of that Vern Huikey, who wn runnerup complaint from local school Vegetables" U available from Problem having If 10 an cell Miami wanted!. experienced

dill Porter, Janet Colde"7r1 Ana Penn George Bruit- aloe, with $72 worth ,Irll. Marketing_ Information, Division FR 44139 or CI T2887 for, Call CI 7-4302-

Camilla Beach Barry AbSott dock Cinders) Walters, Mar- Agricultural MarketIng help. WAiiTiD-full or"peri time

Sandra Baum Karen Keep.Jrrre caret Cagle, Nancy Derry Alet Service, U, 8. Department of clrcul.Uo.Ir.m.n., good

Abbott Candle Calender. Jarrett, Daniel Gill, Frnels Fire Suppression In Park Agriculture, Washington D.C., RIDE NUDIDtoAlrii" commission I for new subscriptions.
l llif
Mlndy Her Ralston, Susan Lockamy 20250.: dally, I a m. return 8 put Interview I
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Karen Casper rail otter it p rn.. ('( '7- !\4ft.( appoint., CI
7-2321
Steven CE illS -
1IplleyTI.mon
ri,, Jeann. Patterson Rogers, Rlckl Shaw 8731.
Kay Novak, Janls KelW Susan Uhle, Jeffrey Morse. 2-A Cemetery Lot.Memorials .

J Irving Uwrence, Kim Martha Knettgen Jon Shore To Be 2 T.e1l1 Notice I Woik Wonftd-Femole

Kose, Katherlne Thomas, Ann Erie Turetiky, David White, Helped By ProjectsFire

Wood Peter Arisen Ronald Alan Corwlth Eileen Miller, LKOAI. NOTICR t TO 4 cemetery lots Miami DIIMRATII young widow
11.11. Robert Berrln, Jon Phil- Leslie Mltchsll Pamela Roy, NOTICE UN DM Ps.'TiTIOVa %temorl.l Park Kendall area L reed housekeeping or child

lips Sally Stripling and Richard Winifred Sentry David Shields, luppreKilon In Everglades to get under way shortly new The new tower will be tS NodM Ii HUlK krbr LAW flvn tot the I CI 7.16611MiAMI core employment! "P". ret.

W-lght.' Patricia Still, Whltcomb Guer- National Park will be fire tower and a cache for rest high with e visitor ob vod.rIss.d., *ilrlnf u ...... U CE D4o4o.DAYS .
Memorial Park burial 1------- _
"1"n.., Roll stueenN are) In, Wlllard Hall Andrew H.I.Fred..lck -retly helped by two project. storIng flre-flghtlng' equipment sanction platform et the 3S- of iuiln South... fit Mli.nl tk Bprar. flcllllni ro._suns, .! O ea. cub or 8 terms 1I I or weeks work, own

rebotah) Alley, Carol Blller len, Herman Claudia Avant Construction Co of foot level reached by ramp. 1111. (W Illlk *lnt. MI .U D.d 271. M. J"nsp.a 7-7TJ1.
Bonnie "...n.ve. Carol Toll Kayser, Gregory Nagler Kerry Miami has been awarded the Boildet aldln* In location et'glades {'. etr, Florid. Int'idi w ...1.,.. -
COin I erlk Van Vonne.Christopher>> .ald ...... wIth,, thu clerk .1 Oh. 4 Coin Collectors DiY*rk. own Iran.-Xjf.:;
Thomas contract to build the It will five visitors
Daniel Yagfld. Newell Vicki Norman Bar- $90,400 fires ('I..." VeerS .( D.de C...lr, Mor.OWM .
Robin Corenblum Nncy Drew.Kryn bar Pai-nin, Susan Powers, Acker, KJell concrete fire tower liven mile. an opportunity te view Id.. Pmlnejrei CE 8-134J.

Harrli Evelyn 8-al, ''Gary Rcker Gary Ahlers, Falkey, Cathy Hobbs, Lauren south of the Tamlaml Trail. wildlife, elton completion ef III.h..,.. P. Wood... A collectors COMPLETE Investment lemce for cola lots, GENERAL office-work 2-yr7

Jullun Vosteri, Diana Hauck. Janet Itbell, Sheryl Overholt, Lipton Victor Maicltelll' RI. BaUhelor Construction Co. 1 of>> the l loop reid te be comtruct- r.h., r-*. I, ii. i*. ni. see ilnglej, roll, proof icU, goiJ i t xper.. CI11CI73529._ _

lane Howell! Patricia McLau- Ronald Thomas, Jill YaRoda, chard Petrlson, Joyce Williamson Homestead was awarded the ed by Harris Pining end LEO A I. NOTirr: fc supplies Homeiteid Coin! I IRONING done la home.

rhlln. Martha Overly, Paula Mary Fuseo, Mary Lou Gillls, Georglinn Woods, Panv fir cache building contract Construction Co. XOTICB UNDER ritTITiaUl Exchange, 1330 N. Krome: SMH tu.2912 my

Rsubfogel Ellen Wd. Pamela Angel Miller Barbara Clary, ell Wooley, Michael Bill Jscquollne for $46,040. The structure will Both contracts were toads NAsa LAW Tel. 248-0611 Oren 10 to ( --._ ,--

Anderson, Lynn Ceysnes, James Cornellson, Diane Fa. Buick, Michael Friedman be built In the Pine Island utility possible under the federal Aceeelerated "- ..Nullf....1'*..I I..., kmbr 4"lrlni alcoa(. ...tklt,... the InIKMI except Sund.!'. IRONING. Way- -servIce Will

Emily Eldrldge, Karen Genther can Andrea Homery, Deborah Barbara Greer, Victoria ; are*. Public Work Program tlK.,r She f let H.loll. MM COINS wanted Gold, illver, pickup' g,, .deliver. CK 6.4J13.
I Shelley, Daryl Joann Ii f UM.r Or- Clnr* tt STI1 HI. copper or old i iper moneyJlm'i ---- --- ---- -- -- -
Irwin Th
Dorothy Barrett, Chris- Gutowskl, Candace Jsrnlgsn first project expected ml,. BlrMt, r-rrin. Did rnmPlnrid .-. PART TIME office
I Miller, Cynthia Wlcutt Bar- tins Connori, William Pinks- Marsh KluR.rmn, Scott Lry, to be completed In mid-October The fire cache building of reInforced .. Int..' ,. ...1.... said emma Barber Shop 620 Per. tutoring In all aubjects.work Ref.&

t r bars Ellard, Nor Jephson ton, Stances Sherrill Kathryn Heather Mitchell, Roy PUluk, according to Park Superintendent concrete will provide 01 clii Did I'". clerk Cg. of, the rir....ll C.urt rine Ave., Perrlne Shopping. _encores. CE 82810.

Craig Berson Alan Freeman, Bilnkeihnff, Barbara Bull K..I dry Schwartz Richard Bch- Stanley Joseph. Completion>> roofed apace for atoning special- 0......y, riorld I Center, CE S 2021 or MO I PLAIN

1 Linda Mimi! Joanne Slersns, therln Deegan Mardle Dll- 'carte, Diana Thompson and date for the other I* expectedIn lied fire equipment, and closed .levi....,. 5Osm.. 4125 Call CI sewing fc alteritloni.

f I f Jo Williams, Christy Dame, Han, Margaret Morrison Fred- :Bruce Welnsteln. mid-May. storage for>> small Itemi. I P.... ..... *,-ii YIII.II.is, if, em 7 Loir & Found I IBlKI after .. 1-5654 before 12 or
Steven Hibbe Gail Jones, I ,
I r Noun Morse, William Robert- IN IN THI AND COUNTY' JUIMU'I'COURT 1I0y' red chrome WiL'il: Y- lit- day--or ;;:
: ; FOR DADE COUNTY fenders, aids basket. Re, ('I' 1I.20M.
Laura tAl'r
lOll, Carol Davis, rLoaIDA I ire rsoaArc
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Marcia TI IN RCl but of N*. 411".1 ward, (1 7-PB21
Ronald Molina ,
,16
i pig HCKMAN WOLfl Work Wonted.Mole
; Pett-tt!, Kristin Sundberg, /k/* HKBMAN W. LlEUlRr U Female! Help Wonted
f Bartr Tatum, Cathryn C.- Desad
meilCI1., NOTICE OP INTENTION TO AUTO insurance underwriter BOOKKEEPER experienced
MAKE
APPLICATION ron fully experienced. Perrine general oooki, payroll tyn"f. -
Epnteln, Martha fleming, DIITKIRUTION AND FINAL
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I Aviilsble Immediately.
Charles Win DISCHARGE Employment, 482 Perrine
I John Hollowell NOTICE I I. ktr.hr slrm terbottom, Christine DeCastro, k... fuel. our VisaS Rttort ti.d
Samuel Goldstein PUtlor (or Dl.trib.tl sad riiu. Attractive Offered
Doddrldg
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Dlnkvi. M C-C....tor. .f tk. petition In new salon for licensed
Elizabeth
Hlnmsn .
Linda ,
**UU f Hr-jn Wolf Ufeov.it.
Thomas Peter ykHtrmt* W. Uftnrt. beiuticlan Must hive PIANO
Stewart lessons
Newton, ...... .. flair for Cutler Ridge2311'3323. -
> .. that ** tk. ... d., styling hiir. Top Mn,
Wood, Barber Braxton If' M..... UK will *ppl> ,. tk* guarantee, year around. Dept JinknmH .
Karol Kerr, Wendy Nilei, Mar H......... C..I, Jadn. *{ Did. tore benefits Apply it Bur- 19
Cmatr, PlorM, for .. ....1 of MuilcDonclfraDromoOUITAR
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O'Donnell Place dine'i Dadeland
Shelley Store
gird' saId Fl." II....... *.. for dhtrlk. per
Nancy Snelllng, Nancy Thompson tloo and fln.1 .I.. .... .. Co- onnel office 10 A. M, to 12
Wayne Fields, Sunny Fluhariy &:....1." >f tb. .n.t* of Sb. shove. noon diily. A PIANO| lesion, ad.
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t id )Md This ink dr of Jinced Patricia McCarty, RIta I.....,. IsiS. COOK experienced or will Wfi of pianos I evsllable l
Crr' Deborah Halpert, Anita tlTKLlE CARA KtmW train must hive triniporta- ileiger l Piano Service, 34 NW
HAROLD P. LCPCOURT
Oaks. MORRIS H KANTUIRGIORCI ton, Apply Howard John 1st SI.,. Hometteid. CI 73442
Janet Betty, Michael Griffith J. ALBOVM eon'i 10201 S, Dixie Hwy.,
Ellubeth Man, Nancy tremor Kendall Fla. PIANO ORGAN, Guitar lesons. .
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Starr, Robert Ammarsll Michelle ....... ,11.I. EARN 130 to $50 wk. part timework Shopping of Melody, Miami Didejjgd -
Callahan, Frederick Cat- -... set p'.a. *. IS sa. toes no delivering, no collecting 74'f, Center.

ally, Dune Dabby, Stephen LEGAL NOTICE no Investment. Need
Goodateln Carol Gould Loans NOTICE, UNDER FICTITIOUINAMIt car fc phone. 2-openlngi for TUTORING by certified teacher -

Hocht Martha Henry Peter Kotk I I. kmkr LAW(Inn. tkl the unit tniaagen, IMaihlon elementary subjects and
Alan ........1...... dNlriiif t* *..*l* kik show director Sarah Coventry remedial reading CE 8-4077.
Moot Powell Myers Or. : : .u.I.... ..dr tk. flelltlo.1 Mn II Jewelry, white only CE
ovlti, Thomas Ottle, Nancy of I.....' Step, ... 1_ .t KI 5-3133 or 235-OJS8.. 21 Specie! Service
atmtlcnMlj|, 04 Couch, PI_
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Tate, Susan Burnham, Fred ,. ....
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ZtMo Reynolds. Chiryl Alan Tepfer Day Roger Dale THE HIT OF THE YOUNGER SIT arUndinj the to night ere Bill Cabana, oWo ly Churchman, Data of wltk Cod tk* clrk Coy.tr ot, Florid the flM.lt* Court II READ THU ANYTHING steam cleaned,

Nun ,Lynn Vtndell Bisnd Cutler Rldgsj Community fair Saturday ,was this Bridge Pat Murphy and Gene Temple. (Staff Photo) I 001.t .CRACK. CLASSIFIED wheeli Blvd. aligned cities and Service balanced 777

I \'.", Alt Colic Lawrence balloon onlmol booth of the Parrin J.,,,... Left I... It, II, ne. F.... 1.It11. Homestead Blvd. 2474355.
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40 Homes For SoloHomestead '(0-A Homes For Solo 40-A Hornet For SoloPtrrlnoCutlrS.M.H. I 45 Reel Eitoto Wonted 41 Homes For Rent J 54 Business OpportunitiesRE8TAURAN7

'onl".cutlor..M.H.BUILDn I Homestead Area
Are
equipped, for
Check These WILL TAKE up pmts. of 3twdrm true 8 80 per Dig Fh. KeyLargoB826
has taken 2 modem I 1 BEDIM., bath, family room Homeitead area 247- ,BEDIM. ibitb unfurn. ex.i 07.

LARCI 2-bedrm. home lot, new homes la trade. bedrm., 1- Urje patio, alr-cand, pump 7001. ___ ___ .1 rept kitchen In the country _
redecorated, 100ft. tar. .p-.hop
sprinkler, fence, newly dee. Keslty, Cl 7-3893. USED CAR lot ,
Low Want-Ad Rates! port twnlngs, utility room bath each, FHA vsl. S12.M orated, owner being Iranferred. WOULD sell to small reliable ylencla 83800. 22611 So Fed. Hwy
fruit trees ml lendicinln $12,700. $700 do n. f'J' Country Cluo area. I family with excellen 4/1 Unfurn. eleenunlr,., y d: Goulds, a 7-0774 or CI 7Kua .
Sacrifice price of $10.50 ;0. See 12330 It 12340 CaU for appoint.. CE 82556 credit good Income and icle rare. Adult. }47.:2006.
.lth substantial do.'n pament 180th St Mgn cn property._. Sat-sun. ployrd for no down payment '
after 8
2 linn.2 DAYS $0.90 Taher Realtor, 800PalmJ p:ro. but good monthly pay 48-A Homes For RentPerrlneCutlerS.M.H 61 Articles For Sola
>r.. Florida CII,. CBS home, bedrm., 1 m-bat $100"DOWN7Vbedrm71Tesrport mcnts. We wsnt Sbedrms. in ,
3 lints..2 DAYS $1.20 like 11,900.11&80
-- lI.wLprire around Homestead area.
bulll-lfl kitchen re- or
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wcnNumber 0683.LEISURI ; 8AV 187th St, 8. Miami HI If please callTI 7-4373._ A SPECIAL for Thursday Frl.
optional. Cutler Rldg so. _
4 2 DAYS
lin. frig
$1.60 CE 5..31172.'iitiWAY ;
area occupancy, Ka ,URN. S bedrm, 2-bsth In CIIL.j day It Saturday Lady adressei
CITY J6900, room puK8881sw Low Inc ,1t,1tc 8-3803. 2043So 16 For Solo or Rent irr Ridge CE 8001JIHELP ) like new. nines toWoo
I Ig. carport utility, ) ? -- ---- -I tew etenlnr *
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ThM _I newll gown
ntn lr II MMHhto
Inilde It out. I 187th St. Open Bun. 1 to I 5MocI.m Dlxl* 117., oppotltRichirdi .
painted need rentsls, furn.
| fere el Iwl toMrttWWt Store US 1 LR& 4-bdrm, 2 b.th. HW mounfurn ounfurn esch, Parish Thriit
C.r. Garfleld Kenluck, 3 bedrm., 2-baI Dept on w/optlon to buy (24 any site, Ksy LowyInc Shop. 278 S. Krome.BAHOAIN .
Pt.O.nerCl 7-3001. beautifully landscaped, sprit $tOO DOWN, Urge 3 bedrmTibalh : : SW 187 Terrace CE 88770Imed ., CE 8 &803.HORSELOVERII .
will not bo responsible for moro than on* kler s>stem, oil nest. *15 home with built-in kit. 'I orfiipinry like newlnkfur
NEW 3-bedrm., excrll com DUO $88 monthly. Stele bedrm. un coat like mink) 850: get
'Incorrect Insertion of any ad. $350 dn. tak:2tUP SWtai4$4monthly. : bt'r,. Broker, CE 8879J.PHA chen, Redecorated lot with through well t> 47 Apartments For Rent furn. except for elec. kitchen,' old fur coat free .24? Cr.ru.ma" *
out. corner
b&drm.biib fo Homestead Area on screige. $78: CL 7-4100. riding mower/ used 2
Hurry
; sprinkler system.
j U Ulsure City. Cl 7-8S60: > msea NEAR perrln e-Sh p.--Ctr-3:: : mos $100 CE 8-1288.
FOR BEST RESULTS corner, fenced )srd, carpor this one Carnln Real Estat
OWNER transf 3 b drm., 2. built-in kitchen. Only MOO Broker Homeitead 338281 EFFICIENCY and lbedrm7acond. Ir. bdrm. $98 mo. fro CE 8-4B6 BRADLEY ftt'rrfeeratlo'-(

bath house In Leiiure Cltv do n, Kiy Lovry, Inc., CE t or CE 84001 furn. apt. Seasonalyeirly. or .biliTunf urnTVu! Air Conditioning, B852: SW
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NEW CLASSIFIED DEADLINES Priced for quick ssle, Cl 7: 20458 So. Dixie Hwy : now Irul",. h1m. J.8EDRM., 2
3803.
173th St Sale 4 Sen'Ice.R .
$100 DOWN will. ret you t 3bedrm. tnlng pool, patio. Model open n 7-M2H:
Reol Eitoto ond 1999. Rlchsrd's Pep
Set Solid
opposite .
2bath, central heasprlnklir dally, manager < Built guaranteed re.frig.
Edition OWNER lei\lng stile. Extra Store OB US 1._ I system, awnings. EJ. See or csll Mrs..oJ'.rfclIr : 48.E Stores For Rent ., freeters. wsthers inar.-

Ad DiodllnoSundoir large 3 bdrm., 2 tall, screened CREEN Hills Bv owner 3 Matter, Cl 77221, or C I 4761, Reglns IlomtateApts co idltloners, $28 up. -
pool & corner lot. bedrm., 2'i-bslh.'fsmlly rmalre .,, 7-8106 The Keye Co, 220 I 231 and 260 NE 10th Krtme nince. Licensed It Insured
N At
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Friday, 10:00 .."'. garage bull l.tlo. t.nt. id fenced N. Krom Ave., Realtors. St, llomeitead.'URN IS$135 FT. S70RE mo Also, office spsc1th CE 8.7213._

Thunder Wednesday, 10:00 .."'. heat, well & sprinkler stern >' 800. 17780 SW 112th'drl"C Homestead 1032 desk $30 mo 1I01ll'ard BARGAIN BARN new tt u edfurniture

County taxrs only, clou 82109. 2-bitb duplex. CI ,:m0.9tb Perkins, Real Eitste, ClP41 ,< li appliances. Quail
$100' DOWN, Sbtdrm St Cl 7 2807 or .
to school Will eon.IMrtrade --- -- Rnost t U. S I. CE: 8 1663.BHOWNIN9 .
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U$. South DoaYs Largest and of equity for smalle NEW 3 bdrm, 2 bath awnlngi with large Ftmlly roonr 'URN. 1-BEDRM.ajLttb; "" -

Most Widely Read Classified Section! home. 16830 SW 301st SL CI fenced >'ard. Nr. shopplncntr. near Elementary Convenient It Jr.to HlgSchools. utilities S70 monthly. Oranee 49 Sleeping Rooms Superposed grsd*
$7SO dn. $79 mo. 131 shopping 1 Lightning, Ugsuge, full *
72909. and Air Fcrce Bate. $9mo. Park Apia., N. Krome A>*. Homesteed Area modified, $233 nil included
2437 alio furniture for silc
Silver rslm Dr,
SMALL 2.bedrm. CBS IIn makea complete paymentSee Cl 8-0586.
7-2321 CE 5-8531 fenced 3/4 acre lotCl JJ279. OWNER trsnsferred mUlL sac this today. Carnln* Rei i fURNISHED apirtment. 138 LA ROB attractive. convenleni
rlfke his bcsuUful houio I IWhliperlng In Estate, Broker,all. rt'itfld NW 4th Ave.KlnWAY Call CI ,-t3IIO. HAMFACNI beig wl ig, long
THE OLD Homestead, 8 room pines, I .. bed 3362812 or CE : human hair, orn one $63:
7-apta. Excellent Incom rm, 2.bath, gariite! on nicelyl.ndM"f.ed ) 2bath Motel, Florida CIt,. MASTER bdrm., newlv turn CE B-1B38.
of $100 DOWN, t.bl'drm., efficiencies, roon, crntlemin $13 single! ; J20
property, center 'net-Io:4 lot, $900 tot.adn.! It refrtgLg Apts, CHROMldj-.e set w'T
with new rsnge double CI 7-7854:
21 Speclol Services :38 Business Property 119,300. Terms by pint. No quallflng: inureclate ; fenced lot with bruin!! moderate rates weekly Cl 7- chairs, good cond, $20. CE
SW 1st St. Ph Cl 74318.1IEDRM. : possession.I See thl fruit trees $88 mo. psys sllCarnln tOO_. VT. ent. It balh, comrnlenl 52383COMN

MOTEL on tho Ke>'s w/lunc til bath, ('Ir. house today, South Dad Real Estate Broker, CI7-8271,
house, MODERN 1 and bedrm.. Cplex _
ADDINO MACHINII Realty, Inc., 18784 So. DlxlHwy. orcan, 23 pedal console,
1 pool Bargain at $3000wWKKlfl I CIUIDRM. Homeitead 336 2812: or CE 8
Typewriter*, new. uwd, rbuilt. dn. Ph. B.12-WH7 port $1,000 dn. $42: no. CE 83131.: 4001. apts'bfu:8:2f" wk. 'CJ tOOM In pvt.: home, p\t. ball l lat $793 Trsdrs sccepted. Houieof
Bought, told, renteAuthorised : 7376. 72232 or ir.tr 170 NW 18th St Melody, Dsdrland Shop*

Remington l Silt f.1 39 Farms & Land For Sale turn. Has $9000 FHS69 POOL horn with screened 1pstio $iW by owner $78 mo IICI 2.bedrm. unfurn. dupliLf. ping Center; 4M78427.lAR .
service luppllei. S. Did* 0 piys all, $1300<< to hsndl rri Large : II ''nrorec en2btdrms 3.bdrm., patio, fenced 235. closets, utility\ rm., ato'It : 19-A Sleeping Rooms TOP rarrir-wtntttdt.;
fir Machines. 1224 t BY OWNER tOarra : SMlt 11740 SW 187th St PerfUeCutlerS.M.H.WAITER .
grotl Call Mrs. Bfruer. Ah* Ron 4170 7-723 .
kitchen. this home Is designed rI'frl' ,. sao rnon a 7-8220..
Krome Ave. Cl 76422. Rpilr 82250: acre, a 7 8279.BY Assoc Realtors, 633 1 1JKrome. N. UiJBOCl
all raskes. for Fla. living st It. $$00 DOWN and move Into a 77239.
OWNER 8acre orang Cl '-.60111.i ._ best Low down psyment and completely turn 3bedrm.. _. bdrm, new home, IRAP7SMAN bsndisw complete
IDGINO SI flat tlm M Oc grove It house on Red BEDRM, 1-bath, stove, rfr monthly psymems of $83 pc 2-bath home with a garage UNFURN. 2 It 3 bedrm.sir 2-bs pvt. bsth entr, & heat, cir w/motor 4i itsnd. 428
fid = Carnlne Real Estate, .722f C i duplex spti. Near b.se. ilk'I In cloiet. qule 1 NW 71h St CI 7-8001.
there after 238-1848. Conlact Mrs. Gaul, ., carport Leisure CltApprox. mo. E, J. Marter. CI 7 or port,
CaU
HAND knitting sweaters, etCill SW 232nd St. (Silver TainOr $7900 $800 di .. Broker, Homeitead 338281:& 78108 after 8 pm, The KeyeiCo NEB 14473.6980 It 73. SW 268 St $20, 17740 W 113th Ave. ARK br....n almolt'.r.lm
a 7-8908. ) $61 mo. Cl 71381.I or CE 54001.A ., 220 N. Krome Ave, Grn.llls.! Beach mil, cost 37 reg.,
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Realtors, Honuitcsd I AND bedrm.. apti. for rent.
RHibl 39-B Acreogo BEDRM. house and Ian' / A PHA homes from $101 : furn. or unCut, 1493 NW ht ILEaTlNO room alngle or dbl trouieri 14. CI 0377.': .
INCOMB reisonibl tax prepared Ce8-5957. landscaped lot, S1I.00. Can down, 2, 3 and bedrms.. We $400 DOWN :sssume mort; Ave.. Ha. CUy.I f'rlvilrJ! rpal. n R.3671. D t 4chslnrcaonable.
A 1 3/4-ACRE tract "lib about have the kejs Ksy LowyInc. $ $87 mo. Excel! CaU CI 7.f1117.IVIRYONI .
LAWN real. prlre;: BOO.ft. of hardtop frontage: be financed Cl 7-CT61.3BEDRM ., CE 8-3803. 20438 So: J.OO'c;, hi.t I bdrm 2 BDRM. unfurn Utilities furn. 19-8 Room t Beard

one St'rvlce1 taU. CE 8-1849 near high school and Clementsry 1.bsth, avtnlngesrport. Dixie Hwy, opposite Richard huh fK B1B5B10D nr ahopplng CE 82881.l .
school; three welli Dept. Store en US 1. SOARD It room lor elder); ROADS
SADDLES New nd u eiSuniet Ready to build on Caih or fenced yard, laripatio. Florid Keys Properties I > S BDRM. apts. furn, It ui couple or single person. C t
'ments only t CLASSIFIED PAOSSIAClouifledDiiploy
Corners Shoe It tprm Bv ooner rf T-BflVI! Monthly pa> SW) Nl HAVE a good selection o urn, DeCarlo Enterprisei, InKMil 7 TIM
Harness Repslr, : : Gilli $73 Cl 7&B26. 30041 homes In sll price range ANAL: lut eoxiio ocesn view So. Fed. II*,., N.ranJ.;
3:0ll: 148 et.l.nDRM.. for Immediate occupincy Key (4 Buslneis Opportunities
way Rd. 40 Hornet For Sol __ Lower MsUcuKbe: 4T-3426.. *
kit- Low down payment and Beach restricted. Cl 71829BY .
Homestead Aree built In
house
SEWINO MACHINI rtP.Irt.Fret monthly payments much lei INMAN biw Service, and prop
checkupi or kit make ATTENTION Military I'erson chen, carport Will takhousetrailer Ihsn rent Call or stop by th: ( LARGO (3x80 ft. trailer 7-C Trailer Hornet I ert,. 73 SW 2nd St. _

33-jTS.: experience. 1-yr. freservice nel: We hav th. matter tls as down pmCl office Just outilde Oie IlosKltal lots, boat ramp, flihing pier For Rent Uni" -p; TABERPrefeitional
on all repair. C. J. and keys for resales. SXI64I or Cl 7.4722.I ;:I gate to HAFB. Carnini Dimming area. Only 81393: MOTEL alr-cond 20 20.mile So., of TV1 t1\
Dalller. Cl 7-1829. I t ax'1; Estate, Broker Homestesd nil down payment S23 38 moJ llomest'i Tr. rkadnlH .. Real 1
.. ell TRAILERS ami. 823,000: dn, mt,. $110
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Sickle bar taxes paid for 1964. S10 BEDRM., 2 bath swnlncs,.la.raee. 838-2812 or : 84001VHISPSRINft B Kennaiton Proper-tie 81 NE 2 Hd CI 7.4021 000. Illness. Drlalla, Ken ,'ttI Eitste Broker
TRACTOR mowing VA ml,. Cl 7 8695.IBEDRM
0 Box 191. Key Largo
: P
i down and monthly
payment ;
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or whirl*Ind. Cl: 7 5803. ( Pines, largo 3bedrm Motel Couldi. Ha'ROFITABLB Lotl.HOmtl.Acr..o.
>'ment* low ai $70 We in 2.b.th Fla. 8J25783. CE 87092.KB 41 Homes For Rent ,
pa roonon ., 2-bath with cncloied vholpi !e' Import 100 Palm Drive-Florida City
TRIES trimmed-topped, r. located lust outsid the Ilospital IUacres. Good nelghbo garsg* It .tl'ftned LARGO, furn, CBS house. Homestead Araa builnris establlihcd 13yesri. :
moved. Reas., reliable, eipe gsl* to Homesteid Al priced to Call t exclusive neighbor Onl .
: hood, 11)e : porch, ecroii to wster wsy, ) $12.000 Includes Inventory
Dynamiting. Cl 74028 Base, Carnln* Real Estate t for information, )) Rokl hood. Low down psyment IKHA $500 down no closing costs. MALL furn. apt, 133 MW liNFURN. equipment sourciof
Broker, Homestead 3382811orCK : Assoc. Realtors, 633 N. terms. Carnlne Real J B. Kennstton Properties, St. el 7-6846. supply and account Own $200 Down with FHA Urm,

22 'Insuronco 54001.LLhml. 1"rome, Cl 7-6061, isk for I E- Estate, Broker, Homestead P 0 Box ni. Key Largo 2tx>drinhouM-- on rr will Instruct, llowird Perkins $46, Month, will buy a com

A ; In the finer; Bergen 338 2812 or CE B.4001, 852 8783, CE 5 7M2AVERNIER Silver Palm Dr. CI 7-1373. Rcsl Lstate, Cl 71343.krClcmitied I foi.table 1 Bedroom home.

HUD Iniurcnctf Cull lUll section of Homestead, Ides nitbRM:; mbalh.. FIs. rm: i i-ACRlTs.br:-:2batiii'ifTkltchcn. 3 room houie.Ig. '.IIDRM7iurn. hou..: ; with nlci living room. Includea
Rheney, IR 4-0307.: for retired couple or vacstlon 15433 bW 297th St. cent, hot to Ic Miiml 183; rtnje and refrl, on
garage Dlnlnc rm. lot, 1-blk. ocean watpaid. Display ,
home. i practical 1-bed 2480338JUDROOM. It air. 16x32 pool., Ig. patio bus. $9300: or trade for bedrm. furn apt, $05 : < 1 a quiet street In Leisure City.
25 Homo Builders rm, I bath, with extra largi- 2-bath, r.Ji.I819NW c. icl throuRhout, diai. >essprinkled house In Dsde Co. Write Box CI 7-8083 or CI '-MiO. Near psrk and lake" 'To'UO.
Florida large turner
on
room *
& Repairmen lot $10,500. Call today, 120l bt ysrd, dUh siher, 204, c'o News Leader.P. 0. 2.IIDRM. CBS home, itoverrfrig CHOOSE .
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You must Homntead, Fla
msny other extrss. Box 3TO furn $83: mo. Locatr
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Cl 17221Th ,
Beverly Collins I-BEDRM., Itrgt Fit. rm this to Whlperlnit : Ave. CI 2 Bedroom with patio ownIngs -
appreciate NE 3rd
AAA CONSTRUCTION or addltloDi Keves Co, 220 N. Kromi' fenced yard. Living rm. capeted ... see Plnrs, 001 SW 18:1tb: 41 Loti For Solo at 3100.95m: 7-// Choice acresge close la, r.naand refrlg*. on

taU Wally Kelnte Ave., Realtors, Homestead. $83 mo. 610 Mi 13th St. 2331023: alters pm. with er without build In,.. large comer lot. Across from

Cl 7380B. ______ ALLEN REALTY CI8-09oo. 61 For. appt. call 247-093: BEDRM. houie: 18150 Ho A LOT suitable for J-duplcxe, $71 Monthly rent, tint In and advanci laimonth' Also deluxe borne* In the park In Leisure City Well
24'14488.4.IIDRM.
ADDITIONS, remodeling an Outgrown your homel Trade comb Ave. Call at 124!h lit. $3000. Call Cl 7-7214. D. Owner*will rent only I to dislrable country. Call CI 7-2843. landscaped. $300 Down $58
new eonitruetlon ol all type jour JUlty3bcdrm. on large with moderr. 2-bith houa for It SW Blit Ave. CE 8-0184 !.pment Sties Inc. couple rot more tha Month $9,000
pool
by licensed and (mured cot home call FHA appraised price of $13' RM- L DUPLEX and multiple apt lot..: one thlld 2-bcdrm, unfun: ECHOEREALTOR
tractor. : 5.3895: Price S19.900 Better mi 200. $300: down. 796 NW 9tb i i : 1-bath. excel for refrlgeratoi! Clean attractive 2 bedroom
jE today. Harvey Allen. St. Call Cl 7 0978 after 4 p.ir. cond, $500 dn., auume mt|., 173 NW 14th bt. Tower except Rd location, handy tAerojet. horns near ell conveniences

CABINET Refinlshlnc. la Kltchei you DOWNER Leisure City1"3bedrm. for appoint. .. no qusllfylng. CE 83989.BEPRM. I LOT for sale, 105x143.: Term;:; ;. Taber. Realtor Oooj __ In Dixie Estates with Carport -

cabinets fir reiintshed Insurnace ...orlt.C.II 2 bath, Fla. room: '1100 DOWN, qualify rredi ,. ., 2 bsth, turn. Ftssle Moody Dr. k 133: Ct CE t- F 1m DN Florida City. -----1 Torch, Florid Room

home,collect BBS 2812, (reestimates. carport, patio, sprinkler svrtern. : wise become a Happy HomeOwner or Je 9540 Bahan 1480 and Awnlnga In exceptionally .

7-7179.. FHA |14,000$450 dnCl 2188, May-Rene! Hurry, Rodin phone Cl 7:1: Dr. 44 Exchange-Reel Eiltto CloUi Duploy *> i iI KATHLEEN .fin$12,000 condition. FHAterms.

FRANK DkLK: PAINTING, 11cersed Bill Rellly, Re.ltor.,1C '.BEDRM. 2 bsth, bullt-l a Homestead Area
CBS 3.bedrm, 2'; b.th,2'4acres. slr-cond fence
Insured. Workmsn / stove t NEWTONRealtor
& 2 Baths largeacreened
Bedrooms
Cl 72231AVMICHAEL Price $23,800 30713&W ) DN, FHA financing, 3bedrm. ysrd, walk to shopping ceo A CHARMER 8 ,
ship guaranteed. 162nd Ave. Firmlife). ., 2.bath, FU. room I ter. $500: down, $78 mo. paall. > ESORT area': with home 660 I 3.bodrm, home In NW section porch, garege,
SON, painting. Cl 7- 6471.CONVINIENT. utility rm rlrlfr.ir sprinkler::1 CE5B478BEDRM ft. lake shore 24-scres llor- of HomeiUad Include awnIngs Seaview awnings well-to-
Work guaranteed, licensed IInsured. .blle. fenced. By sp 2 bsth central healr lou view at Lake of tbe stove tt rsfrlg., lovely Rt 1 Box, 101. Homeiteid wall carpeting, built In oven
location, home In ,
7-1844. only Cl 7-4080.: Ourk. Will consider Rd. at Kings Hwy. Beautifully decorated
and
Cl point Richard range.
kitchen wbulltlns Price
outside city limits, 3bedrm, ond ten : Inquire 14' yard with fruit trees.
PAINTING and paperhanclnf! 20x24 IM'md many extras. $*00 DOWN, no qualifying, 3bedrm : i .u dining rm., WOi.flsl-639i. I $10,000 FHA financing. Cl 7-3966 end well landicaped,
C. Smith CE 8-3542.: Cl : 713M.OR 1-bath, atov 23-ft.: living rm. profeisiorally $200 down, $nUB per mo. near achools, churches, shop
frig cor. i lot. Cl :18re1 ally :. : Jedr' walking dlitsnce .45 Real Ettota Wonted I ping and HAFB $16,000.
PAINTING, IJcenied. Insured SAL by owner, good Ridge Shot Dickinson Rtalry .10:acres beautiful virgin
work. BAdams. size 2 bedrre. home If cor.Jot. school*. 1052: REALTOR Arr Estate Urn
neat and clean For SoloPerrlneCutlerS.M.H. ping Ctr. Near plneland, In section of Estate 2H grove
Ct 7 3809._ SU.900. 601 NE 14th St 0-A Homes I Caribbean Blvd. CE 8.2949.BEDRM. ENTALI needed.msnsgementWelli Dependabli. I 61 NW 14th St CI 7-8534 Homea, fine for farm.Ing1 and tpacloua 3 Bedroom

QUALITY painting Iexterior. fOR SAL oMrade for what 2 bath extrss lr|. pro p "Home tI.Rentals* 09 NV8th I or development $1600an home, hug fsmlly room

Call { lorf have equity In re.aleal fallout shelter. CE 8-7935. St 24H-0255: acre, 20% down. Nesr South Dsde High.
Jn.7!
cheapest estimate. 22,000 ::: Ph. Cl 72603 A LIST of (lie latest VA $17,300.

SCREENS for patios, porches fOR SALR by owner bedrm for Just only received$100 includes down Call housei ui ,BRDRM.lot home 2blk on from large Hoi coiner ;,- I Classified Display "k CALL 2 U.acre* plneland. 830ftiq 8 Bedroom. 2 Bath horn

enclosures. Window partiIt house, hardwood floors, fireplace for locations. South PlxUReslty Rosary SchooL Near shopping $0000 cash or $6500 onleimi. with swimming Tool and Cosns -
Florida
glara, "wring wladows. Ig.I' living rm.lg. 2- CE B.1818TTRACTIVI and bu* line. Today. DUPLEX .fe..I. > Fireplace and many
rra. and outside patio Real
, enclosures ,
shower baths. 2 sliding 1 doors,used.l1 'l Call* 238 elect range (practically. 2-bath borne. Carport, carpet Fjtate, Broker CE 8-4001.Homesteai I' CLOSE.INTEDDIE FUCHSReg. 10-.crn high land with Acre Excellent neighborhood
servlc* 3382812 or
new, Howell Window Serv. new). U you are Interested In ed. Nice rei. area near shop. SCHERER fruit treei, on way to new $26,000.
5102'18320 So. Dixie Hwy, a real home, ph. Cl 7-2924 pint! ct*. 2380431.Clottlfied Real' Estate Broker ilrport $1800 per ao.10ac. '
tee after 0 p.m. Classified Display REALTOR 4 I Bedroom, 2 Baths, own
Ferrlne. FU. 1, Cl 7-8121 CE 8423 SELL ACREAGE ed by Builder with miry ex.raa .
TO and ranch
root coating. SISURB CITY 3 bedrm, DisplaylUCIBBOOrjOBffffOOOffCTOT+ plneUnd IU Acre Central
SNOW WHITI on ,
1-baUi house $400 down on home. Excel
waling. I I HIGHWAY ityl cyprea*
cleaning, Heat and Air Double! Gar-
preisur t tile roof Cl I 7-4BBJ new $12,000: FHA ban. Will MOVE IN TODAY lent buy at $23,000, ,
gravel
Ucensed fc Insurtd. ahare closing coits. Immediate : HOME BARGAINS FRONTAGE & 'aU"OOO..
7-1377. redecorated
or Cl Call Cl "TUCKINS"by 1100 down, completely
occupancy. DOWNS Horn In Homeiteid, 8.bed
7-7233. 30070 SW 147th Ct. home Monthly par $100. OTHER PROPERTY
Tucker Including I bath with built rm. 1-baUt room for another -
TiLl SITTINO. Jeue T Lettphons I ment ** low as bedroom
Cl 7-4453: for Ireiif EVERYONE READS everything. Qualified buyer* In rang* *nd even. Cloi* to 205 N. Kromo Ave. bath all wired, If.I Fla.

e tlm.trl. CLASSIFIED PA6ESI WE HAVE NEW LISTVAFHARESALES can enjoy Homeitead exemption. tchools In excellent neighbor room 20x24, Includes drspes,
by and pick up our bond. $8200 month. (U. S. 1)) tanelled In walnut, bit. In
Classified Display *( Classified Display I up to Stop date list of svallsble I Florida City b.r. open patio, very 1,. utlL I71UO So. Federal Highway,
$400. DOWN black top drive, completelylandscaped. NaranJ
.1 AbsolutelyDO
sixes,
of all
) INCOME 21 Acrt Estate) Prom $100 down Csll Now homes second mortgages, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, central Cl 7-6012 $14,000, CI 7-8628 CE: 1-2444
conditioning,
heat and air I '

S bedroom, 2 bat, 15x30icrecned Tucker Realty, ReollorS7SI BILL REILLY, Realtor built.In rang and oven, FlorIda I I
JTAX I MILLER ROAD 883.month. .
Rd. room and carport VALUES PLUS
: pool central heatIng 29348 Klngwen
I UP I 2 car garage, rprlnklersyetem SSI7U1viamicP.Smith Leisure City Call now Duplex, small down payment Wife Savers

For Confidential, Expert beautifully landscaped. J. A. HOFFMAN CI 7-7221 to a qualified buyer $12,800
Prepsratlon of Your Tax I I after 6 pjn. CI 7-7369 FRICE REDUCED-3 bedrm., 2 bath, central heat built-

Return In the Privacy of THE KEYES CO. I Furn. Leisure City home, in rani, pool tt pUo on a nice corner lot Ho city taxes

Your Home .. Pleat* call I E. J. HARTER Cl 7-7221 GOOD BUYS I' 220 N. Krome, Rltr'i H'eted nice yard acreened in front Now only$19.900.10* Down.

235-3295 I or Cl 7-S10S alter p.m. Reg. Reel I.tet.ltoker"TERRIFIC W* have two home that porch, patio. Ready to move
I owner must NIL Frlc ha* I right In. Call us for sppolntment bedrm. CBS home la NB section, we believe ls under-
BUY"
For An Appointment I THE KEYES CO. 4t been reduced to well below SPECIALS priced st $9800. $2200 cub to FHA nortgsge. No qualifying.


Roe Bookkeeping Paul Roe Service I 220 N. Krome, Rltr'f H'sUd bedroom. Hardwood Dup1exu floors I enclosed -
_,I III* Baths .. Near School bulltln bth, with electric screened r.lladllh pool-, Monthly payment of $41 per Florida, extra room large lot Excellent garig sidewalks.. $14,000, only $450 down payment lHA.I .

Homestead Transfer and Storage $11,50009 Each. washer, fireplace rarage. month. location.: Priced right
)
to bedroom Sky Vlsts bom with carport 12-ft utility roon,

Homestead, 700 NW IOth AvoCorsl Cables. JOS Palermo Ave.Cl pool home. on. full Conditioned-acre of 118000.Reduced SECOND from $22,000 1* 3bedrra. 2 Bedroom one bath with !5-crei of beautiful land fenced baiK >ard. .Tour for TOA appraisal of $10300. MM
Air Down
7-5012 HI 6-2350 ground"FirepUc .. Car Porte .. Fully ., 2-bsth, built-in electric tarporU. $350 tear exclusive development down payment, plus doling costs.Spotless .:

INTRA-STATE MOVING kitchen. $19 range, Florida room tile Whispering Priced to sell. .
I equipped S Bedroom 2 Bath In oak
2-bedrm. Hi-btth horn. Huge Florida room,
Direct Service by Our Own Vans to All Points In the 70000. Shown by appointment roof, garage, no city tax. Fine*.. Open Sunday ,
Slat of Florida.e Reduced from SIS.2000 to from On to Five O'clock: Fourteen lU-scrs homealUs floors carport garden plot all on 104-ft lot in NW section.

LOCAL MOVING $13,800. 162 'I.W. 186th St. .12995. Excellent terms. $17,000 furnished.Ucres .

Company Train**) Driver Assure A Skilled, Si'* end FEW :tENT ALSI Set Real EatsUtoblem '

Speedy Move, I Acreage .. Lot .. Builne A. F. Farm Lend from $350.00 pracre. us on*. your Competent, qualVie4 I of P'oes' close.la. .on paved road. Reduced to $11,000,

e LONG DISTANCE MOVING portunltles. .. Craves. Cell II' for Information : Personnel.! 21% down
Agents For North American Van LI"... The WorK'sNo Howes Keys Properties.Se GalbrairhReg.

1 Long Dlrtance Movers ANNIE B. SMITH VELMA S. GRAYREALTOR REDLAND REALTY COMPANY

e STORAGE .' ,Us Today Estate Broker Realtor Fsye Bogner Realtor

I Modern Warehouses Per Safe, Clean Store,e of 140 N.W. lit Avenue 317 N. Krome Ave. a 7-6565 or CE 823242SI I 257 N. Krome Ave.l CIRCLE 7438..107 If.JCIots.Ave..?. ..CZ 8489I

Household Goods. 7-2621 South Krome Ave. : 7-08(71) Miami CB 8-0880 I
CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE a 7-3M1 CB0141 I



r ,.ltr"." I, 19'4
Pat Twenty Two The NIWS LIADER and CUTLER RIDOI-PWKINi POST _____
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.- SOUTH DADE'SAUTO ''I 63 loot & Accessories I 86 Aut.mobiUi For Solo I

(H&V. 1-ton w/Powera boSy, 4'
t GENEVA Ski boot Mark 10 ineed! tram., new brakes Call
ROWI Mercury li trailer, excel D. S. Leak, ED UOl1. eit 1 FORD EfllO
/ IiIJ cond. IOalt:: tow rope, 744 7.30 to 4:SO.
I end laying' Hints of _(Northern CI 7-M40,
CROSLEY wagon, 1952. Call
rr---- the Automotive World In OUTBOARD motor Wwtbend ED 1.1120.MUIT .
fi 2HPlike new, $40.Ch7- BIRD
South Dad. :am sell 54 Olds, mike offer

ly FLOYD OARRETTThe II.FT. Century Inboard utility 24a-oem eves MOTORS
In! FORD, food tramp., $0.CE .
fisherman with 75 hp Gray
American auto industry will assemble a recordS J-SM1
.S million cars and trucks In the tint quarter of "84, Marine, top outriggers IID. '
trailer, $275 down Uysoo tSS OLDS, food Urea, goodcond.
a n 86 per cent Increaio over the same period a year Marine, US 1, Homntud.20PT. SSeas. bit Gold Tr, Tk., SOUTH DADE'S
ago Lot K 63 FALCON

Rambler retail sales during '63 rose to 1T,IG. la the I Cabin& Cruller bottom fiberliaised atslt.a w._........fo4.w. Ass-..
top ; 45 HP til Cadllltc CM do VUle, ei- 1l. ""Ie, S.Iw.H.
Jacksonville tone, which Includes Florida and portionsof Cray; a 72M1.it cell cond. Lan be aeen atNirinla It ,... -fl'". -...r1.a .
..
.
Georgia' and South Carolina. The previous Rambler Tire Co. 26115 So K.-.r .we .-. LARGESTDISCOUNT AUTO
HP Evinrudt motor, tint a.. h. ,.._... AI .. .Wcal.
sales record set ia 82 when 487,381 were sold tumbled 175 end tike up Braonlhitil. Fed. Hwy.. Nirinja. _".. ,....., /w ,... Is.-

In 1963 when Rambler sales hit ID all.tint high of ei. 17-ft. tUblng boat 1951 4-dr. Plymouth, auto: lay. o.l,
over a half a million. 100. Can be teen 1182 NE tram* radio, heater, clean $1882
S aRenault I 4th Ave. n 'J.M4I1. l-ou.r. $350. d 74093 after HOUSEStock
'
830. 63 T-BIRD
Inc., reported this week that worldwide 67-B Machinery Tools Pun pow.4 FACTORY AIM.
sales of the parent Regis Nationals del Uilnes Renaultfor 195. FORD Ranchero, good 'mft. ..,b *> ..UtkKllM.w4l a. No. PRICE
I Uv 111111) M.*.. Mm.
cond. 0305.m I
CI (- a
'63 were up 18 per cent over '62 salei. FORD IN tractor wShermantransmiaslon 1_ a... .. .,," ,_ ogle CarsP306
Renault now ranks as the seventh largest automotive dull wheels, OLDS .-clr., p... pb, air $3382 American
company In the world. In the put two yeah, power take-off hydraulic cond. CI 7-6328 or C1 80564. i $196&
control, 'hydraulic 1963 CheY. 4dr. A/C .
Renault his Introduced the R-8 four-door sedan whichis front t.end loader with bucket UO BUICK' convert, radio' '63 CHEV.
slightly larger than the well-known Dauphine, lid grader blade, Ford 5-ft. htr, all power gray wiredinter 1..1. .,.. ..*... V-e, .-1.... P293 1963 T-BIrd, HT, A/C .$3293

ka also brought out the R-4, a model not presently rotary ri/l: all Can $15 G5. 0 A L Motors .,.Ia....hr, .._..,I.*.......Tlwr, p5* .*..._. ..MI ., P307 1063 Pont Bonneyilli, A/C .........................$3086
old in this finance with down 18353 Corp., Cl 7-0923) CE 81538, c....,'. ...IU.... ask ISIS $2531
All )
country A/C .
SW 148th St CI 7-0824. Princeton on t'S 1. eh..... *lll ._*... ...*..klr P315 1963 Impola Cps. ( power
Renault has also Introduced an automatic transmission ... ..
SIBS r ( A ml l P376 1963 Buick Wilcot A/C .$3591
on Its Dauphine and R-8 sedans.e IRRIOATION pump'Jood run- 'UO CHEV. 0-oL 4-dr. "t.1 .u.... k**.!y. C_. I* Sad k* ,
aNew I nine 'IdioI fromUUD R/K while w/pay Inter.: _....... 0.1, P362 1963 ChtY 9 Pass Wagon .$2528
12 to 1: p.m. 11093. 0 Motors Corp, $2282 Truck $1721
"ck : P272 1963 ChtY. 1-Ton P/up .
mld-model offerings announced this week by CI 7-0923, 84588, Princeton -
FARM equip: TO trailer on US 1. 1963 Ford Goloxl. XL .$2381
Lincoln Mercury Division include the Comet Cycloneand disk but, single bottom I '63 GALAXIE P319A .
a series of luzury-plug items for Mercurys and plow ,icr. truck various UO OLDS convert all pow.r.1 100 4-Ow H.rdssp. Ant*. P99 1963 Eldorado Conv. A/C .$5176
Comets mail( tools, 2-Ford tracton, )IaroonlVm.tchfn, feather, ,..... .....? "... ear FACT. Grand Prix $2681
.. k. P401 1962 A/C .
AIR COND. rUI* *lw.St.
The Cyclone 1s a sporty two-door fulbick with aide mower planter cultivator inter $1493. O A L Motors .Kk ,.
distinctive simplicity of styling, special Interior treatment pout hole digger, harrow Corp., CI 7-0823) CE 8-1588,' *>**r.. MI S*.wwilr this. *l cal I mr, P402 1962 Buick Electra 225 CORY. A/C .$2666
19249 SW 304 St. or pb Princeton on US 1.
: P316 1962 Caddie Sdn. DeV.lle A/C .$3333
I and SB optional vinyl covered roof. The Mercury Miami 2714224. $2495
1 features for the tint time a vinyl covered root on the U1 BELAIR 2-dr. sedan 8-' P351 1962 Impala Coup .$1951
MAN tractor A parti $85 cyl automatic If. radio>>' A '61 OLDS
breezeway styled cars I 7JWO RW 94th [St 271-557! heater new bait. new recap .SI* SUrllr CMWrtlkl. Ante P239 1962 Caddie Conv. A/C .$3506
Other drets-up items available on both cut include tlret. steal clean. Total $1150 Mil* ...._laol.., M." .II *"- P240 1962 ChiY. Imp. .$1871
seat belt retractors, remote control deck lid releases 69 Poultry & Supplies or (475 and take over I I. r*.!.. ..**,*.. CIII'l l* SITS
pay- .... ...... .. $1889
.. sty *,) l" < R404 1961 Pont Ventura Cpe. A/C .
wheel and and trimi. menu of $48 45. For Information
covers new paints I ......!.. a. a Ira MtaMlMcwnrtlkl -
I I a CHICKEN compost by the bagor call ED 6-7588, A/1C ... .. Onlf P345 1961 Pont. Bonn. .$1874
Welcome back to truck \Ve load at farm Trawlck. !' $1982 P289 1961 Chev. 9 Pass .$1533
your post, Bill Weitover West- II wholesale' prices. Egft. 40e

over Pontiac Homestead. It was wonderful to see you down. a 77429. IU1 5811!PLY!. 0 2-dr.A\ L V-8 Corp.A.T.. ,Cl blue 7- '60 GALAXIE P291 1961 Contintntol Conv. A/C .$2883

back at the Pontiac headquarters after a long stint In 78-A Topsoil I 0923 I CE 8-1588, Princetonon .....T H.rdt.a. V-a. ..!.. "r.... P346 1961 Ford Goloxie (All power) A/C ....................$1438
the hospital US 1. rtttm. ........, pow .'_100,. AI P318A 1961 Rambler Classic $1031
.kit. pl.t "'. .....1. Mt .( adtlv. .
Ray Newton Riy'i Auto Sales] just north of Homestead !
CHAD A pulverized top '011,1 1U1 Volkswagen Micro Bus, ... .*, T.... .r .*H l.r K.ill 'R105 1961 Corvoir 95 P/Up Truck .$1099
took a short trip to Nassau this week. His second Silica\ Sand for lawn dreiilng excel) rend, radio, beater.I I* ski S.0.1,
lot, which includes a service station has officially D. Mlrone. 2SS4814 Sacrifice. CI 7395.. 143 NW' $1082kA41' R109 1960 Chevrolet 4 .$1010

opened on U.S. 1 in Narinja at Moody Drive. 82 Dogs Cots Pen lit St. R111 1960 TBird H. Top .$1641
,
Orchids to Otto Throckmorton, of Guy Cub, 1U2 RAMBLER American, $100equity P242 1960 Ford 4 dr. HT ..$ 986
Rambler, Homestead for being one ot the nation's top BASSET hound puppiri, AKC. take over rots. $50 PI 40 1960 Ford Starliner $1096
100 Rambler salesmen for '63. $50 to (75, trkofor 8625 SW Excel): rood CI 7-3547 alter .
126th Terrace CE B-1278. 5.1U2. P338 1960 Ford Country Sdn.$1039
Kelly's Vied Cars enlarged Dot long ago by purchasing
Bunion's lot on First Road In Homestead across DOBIRMAN AKC reg, male, FORD Cilixla BOO, cicelL, P333A 1960 Ford .$1084
from our plant The old Dunwn lot will home the later 10 moss CB 5-3849 after 4. I one owner CI 77147.IUI I P372 1959 Old 98 Cpe. A/C .$1038

model Kelly can. FOR SALEi German Shepherd CAD. 4-dr.\ H.Top DeVllle.I N15B 1V59 Buick 2 .$ 798

Nat Christopher has been added to the sales stiff male pun, 2 mos, AKC rtf: fact air, ill power, white w/I P195 1959 Chev. 4 .$ 791
CI 7-8023. black Inter $483. O A L
of the City of Cars, Homeitead. Now servicing either I Motors: Corp, CI 7-0923, CE I P408 1959 Galaxl. Coupe .$ 821
American or foreign is the of Cart' FREE to good home I
can City new service partDochahund 81588. Princeton on US 1.I94J
center. male eicell. P214 1959 Mercury 2 dr. HT .$ 893

watch dog MO 7.443.f I a/chU FORD, radio.Calaxlt BeauUfuU dr,\ stick$!,., P361 1959 Ford Country .$ 906

85 Automobile Deolen 979 CE 0-4934. P347A 1959 Cadillac 4 dr. HT .$1533
61 Articles For Sale 61 Articles For Sale '
P332 1959 Caddie Eldorado Can
I I BLAKE-BIRD, Inc, t>:10 8. IU3 Falrlane Ford. Take up .$1873
\ Krome Ave. Cl-0131: We pmtl. CI 7-0767. P277 1959 Buick .$ 828
EARLY American couch A SINGER ZIg'ns cab sell guaranteed used .
chair w/2-end tables, $50. inet, makes designs and buttonholes cart.BUY I 16-A Airplanes For Sal P162B 1959 Chev. .$ 906
3365188. without attachments Sell Tra .. Ray's
P243 1958 Edsel 4
Sold $250 new, tike over 0pmti. Auto Sales 29120 So. Fed. .$ 497
FRIGIDAIRB auto all porcelain of $11.19. Will take old )'.\next to Plprr'f Lounge I 14 CESSNA 1T-A. VJIF.A., P188 1958 Cod 4 dr. HT .$ 988
washing machine, $50, machine in trade. Call 685- So. of Blwayne. CI 7 8423. I V.O.A2 omnlpleser, low frequency ::'
I Homart gal water heater, 30-( 1564. primary panel, 1885 P311A 1958 Impala ... $ 892

gaL $25. a 7-6065. CASH Q waiting L Motors for Corp your car U. S.at T.T., 398 S Care. Nice paint.I P382A 1957 Lincoln Landau ........................................$ 465
TRUMPET, good rend Pb. a Call Bob a 'I- 1I20. ,
GRANDPA'S Trading Post APirn 7-7253 evening 7 to 8 p.m. Fed Hwy. Princeton CI 7- tJ62J3AUXI P207 1957 Ford Wagon ..?..........$ 481
Shop, 26750 S. FederalHwy. 0923.
|
., Narania.. We pawn, TELEVISION brand CITY OF CARS, fine I 87 Trollers For Sol nick., ni.. ..* AIR CONDI. P194 1957 Chev. Wagon ..........$ 666
buy sell or trade. Cash for console .trvf: "Alwsys TION. KM* .... ..* ..... Tkl P134A 1957 4
inch American and Foreign used I ......kl ... will ... Dodge dr. .$ 587
old .
gold A lilver. Guaranteed guarantee in home, $15995 cin" 29540 8. Fed Hwy. AIR COND. bousetraller. Southern wV* fr I17Bu H Nb.. P284A 1955 Merc. 9 Pall
expert watch A jewelry cash A carry. 322 Washing CE SMS.. Pines Tr. Pk., 30501 S. ,* *' : ;; 0.1'' .$ 381
repiln. Fine hand engraving ton Ave. DAD Auto Sales Wo buy Fed Hwy" Hmitd., Peterson ifim"
CI 74722.HEARING clean used can.: 80075 S.Federal TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS
TWIN bed. complete $10. Call AIRSTREAM trailer 18-ft.,
Aid batterieiFUcher ., CE 83990.TYPEWRITER. I CE 83343.Hwy. d 7-1371 or: completely self contained, '60 FORD P16A 1953 CAD ...........................................$121
A Sons, 141 N. extras hitch included. .._ ......, V-S.
Krome Ave, Homeitead.ISLE Remington DICK Conlejr Chevrolet, Inc., CI many 7-6194. ) .r.lrl.M.... cr.'S00... ...-.., INar. HM P12A 1955 BUICK I ........................................$197

OF PINE grapefruit. Call Ph.portable CI 7-0848., cond. good, $23. new Ic uted cars 261 Parkway HOUSETRAILER,33-ft. long I.tai rI *. .I*,..rur.......sod.'1_ It'tar* P61 1958 MERCURY ...............................$296

homestead CI 7-OB99. WASHER, automatic late CI 7-2121 or CE 8-1832 w24ft.Royal Palm Cabana Tr. Pk.Set Lot 19, ...*.dha Io'i.:. .....will.k.iBll take'. MMMII**t I. P92 1955 CHRYSLER ................,.....,.........$ 89
LUCKY Number 8155.: model; TV. 2Hnck table FRED Warnock: Ford, new 4 ......| ..4 rca ." .'k cltkrvr P95 1955 BUICK .S 88
model refrig, separate freet- used cars 1300 N. Fed Hwy, MOBIL HOMES lens than "' mint *l *.... O.lr
MAHOGANY bdrm. suite, dbl er section; ; freezer late Homestead;; CI 7-0112 or CE a month, $350 down, Homestead $882 P65A 1957 DESOTO ....................................$299

I bed stands., dresses, mirror: nice model in warranty 26633 US 5-0673. Trailer Sales, 29001 S. P109A 1955 BUICK .,.....,................,...........,..,$102
Excel) cond. $12 1, Naranji. '
orig. $598. CEC3073 GUY Caikey Rambler Co. US Federal H""y. 62GALAXIE P118A 1953 FORD ........................................$ 53
1 2-AlL wool Nil; 3pc. sofa; 1 at Avocado Dr. Horaeitead.CI 'SOO 5-*_ Hr4i.. ".., *ul', P128A 1957 PONT. Conv
OLD fashioned pump organ in 2upholi. chain; accesiorieiReal. 71511 or 2332972.PERRINI LUCKY Number 4335. a,:*, mmwtr eta.rl.e. r4l, ,$288

perfect cond. ED 6-5444. CI 7-1970 after 3pm. Auto NEW A USED Mobile bomes.) k a_...*One. or* U lk a.t*each kll*,S.."tltm <> P388 1950 BUICK ........................................$ 88
'I i PARTS for all electric shavers, trade, Bank I:: rn'UtrA- Low bank financing lowmonthly M Hw. U a r..I I..,._.."O.lf ear
61-B Articles Wonted tot will Mil IIMll l
rates. Underwood
Ferguson Jewelers 328'Homo S237.
Washington Ave., -' Mobile Homes, 305 E. Mowry $1747 CompactsN38
VOLKSWAGEN Porsche, St., Homriteid. 2471309.
stead GUNS needed by Ralph's, 128
N. Kromo Avo. APT kind, Authorized Sair: Service '60 FALCONS 1963 Falcon Cony. .................,.........A...............$1721
any
PEPSI Cola vendorlator model Cash waiting. Parti. Used cars. Over.Key U-FT. Travel Triller. Clean 1 ..MT w. ... *trlk< .lUk. P312 1963 Corvoir Coupe ....,....... .. $1409
PF 117, cond. age. reasonable CI 7-6381, CI 76346. | ... .. ..... ................,..
good $300 Motors, Porcine 238-0893.) ,.... Tkl I* Its s s rm 15,5
CE 8-1463. WANTED to buy Used refrigerators I I......sw.. A .-.... Saa.a P352 1962 Ford F-500 Spt. Cp.. ,$1783

PERSIAN Lamb coat, 3/.. dltloners. CR, freeten 67213, air-con WE car PAY cash top dollar trade.for Homeliest you file SHASTA trailer, 11.ft.1 MMiiul Ikea will fta*m* ,...-.''....'...11.. 0.. .,I P323 1962 Oldsmobile F-85 Can. ,$1783

or
length fine import natural Motors, 800 N. Federal Self-contained. E-Z lift .: $982 P271 1962 Chevy II Nova Conv .........................?.....$1729
akin, silver mink collar, price Mich CI '-"In!! or 247- 231.
63
new $700, will accept bent Boots & Accessories Hwy CI 7.0854.WESTOVER N111B 1961 Volvo 1225 ......................................,.........$1274

offer Maionle ring Burma BARGAIN, 75 liP elect. star Pontiac, CMC A 88 Trucks For Sol I CM*. v.60.. ...CHEV.... h+.*. ***** P348 1961 VW Automatic ..........................................$1204
diamond white A
t'ow" gold 1 $40 in Star ruby 1960, top Johnson value $4n.outboard 183115 motor SW- 3621 Tempest,CE 201 6.0059.EVERYONE Civic. Ct CI 7- USED Trucks' A Dunes *Tk._....()...nTk.. I* Tl..!..1'4 Ik Ie..w...'<.. P328 1961 Simca ........................................................$ 718

ring, white gold, sacrifice, 248th St. CI 76924. or tation Auto A Bus Pll11'l S .IM| *l P349 1961 Comet A/C ................................................$1084

$150. CE 0-5170. 'BOAT trailer tires tube. READS Goulds. CI 7-8454. $1392 P418 1961 Rambler American 400 ............................$ 904

PORTABLE Remington sewing machine 196 wheels anti wrings.. Blvd PHONE Circle 7.2321 I '62 FALCONs P325 1961 Monza ...................................................$1326
Zig-Zag, Service
Cities 777 Homestead CLASSIF'ED! PAGESI THEY BRING RESULTSI!
model, like new, does everything Blvd. 247-4355 .,JT t...... e *,\. ..< *<.. P297 1961 Falcon Wagon .....................;...............,......$ 982

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In the role once portrayed by 1 week McCalTe tuition representative 1m.1 pm MOD.-FrL G & L
Dock Day will be Chem Baker buns Robert Hubcr. S am.13 Noon sat 500 N.W 5th Street Corner 5th Avenue

Other starring roles Kill be She showed the girls I lli- her gratitude, explaining that< CLOSE SUNDAYS Motors C orp.

Bogle shared Glenn.by Hay Down end play of the latest fashion, me concern to students la the 120 So Krome Avenue 'HONI FR ).6211 MIAMI, FLORIDA I 1,4, Mite No. .f Princeton
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Other member of the cast formal. number of books not la the CI -131 CII-7IU Dial Highwa

Include boy Mftel, Sandi liar Career Night library. She pointed out thatlait
riD, Brownie Ballard, John De. year alone 175 book
Baun, Marie Tucker. Lynn Cal.shin lisle la department cooperation, with the American the Eng were loat, and over the yean ALLEY OOP By v. T. HAMLIM I
Valerie Roth Barbara 3,500 book have dliappeared
lUatory n classes are entering __ __ u.
LInen, Diana Graham, Terry
Johnstone, Jenny Bound., Unda I study of economics endo Jeurnallim Chess NDWTFWi'd1RMe1Vy VVatl NpflnNO tl7WAaBIRDOINQ rTwRx'9 A LOT O/ HER Brwai A NO ntfNISNrC'4MAPON
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VanVeldhulzen, Fat Greer, On Feb. 27, Career Night will Mr. Louts Alper of the [w1RriAL atA, A,veW' AT TM. 6Ay La PNrRA.tAV.117U ., "fouNOir her sw Dgf
alary Kerce, Mary PacetU, Lee rxCHURI be held to give the ctudenti information I Mental Health Society of / !iN L4py M 1D (MpMp1TlrOSt711 / 7 IaNONOi
Row, LarryAlexander
Lobban, Charles which mar be Nip- Greater Miami visited\ the
end Alice Fleming. ful la the election of a voca journalism elaM Tueaday. Dun
William N. Gibbet I* direct
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for students and 75 ferent person who will det- question about ber field.
adult crib the Job opportunltlei and
Mr., Mill Seuth Dade With the beginning of their
la bit
the training required
At the Mid.Term Ball Jan. BAKER I new unit in journalism, the TV
25, seniors Becca Worley and' lice Lead Rele area.The program till begin at English II claaae had Ralph
John Boyd were announced at Temple, editor of the New 7 e
honor wa voted to them by 7.30: pjn and laat until 9. 1
Mr. end Miss South Dade This their cliumttei. leek Donation I Leader and Cutler IUdge-rcr oM
flue Post to speak to them. svEasnt -
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Barbara Larsen, Betty Potter, Mr*. roue, librarian, to the
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J Bobby Saluman; junior Usda 2OOO.book donation to( be attribute that enable many IC AM iWRt. wand. t1AIRRD CLiOH RSAs NUMA
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HOi4ESTEADe r:3: SAM BENECKSON melodic and passionate comp
I oaltioni Were certain one

.fi.I.m.] Unlit The Edith brilliant Pvlnemann artistry of, Ger\lo- could difficulty.meet the I[Stage and Screen

man-born ltard of the airing.
Weekday Shows at 7 A 9 j was "claimed by more than World .....
iar.-Sun. Cent from 3pm. SOOO music lovers who attended ?y SAM BENECKSON, Amusement Editor 1k.t
The world I
the 603rd and 504th symphony
concert, list weekend Paul Ctonka'i i

LAST DAY TODAY The 24,>'ear ld soloist made history for Orchestra In MlanIn \!. Drama Of Nobel
,her debut with Dr. Fables Sea Prize ,
Rock Poulo I I vltzky In a climate of symphonIc IBM. It .. .
HUDSON fRENTISS symphony that give the re- plane and violin : P

'In A Very Funny Comedy"Man's 'eta added brilliance orchestral but this U the... Mixes Murder '11 LoveGeorge I 1+,

I Thwnderevs plaws.
,.."It. Sport"UOUmfUflKUSUSKISE nude.Ctcnki..

I In three movement, the concerto who Bernard Ehaw'a Im Foreman she li a "comblnition Q

for Violin and orchrttriby offered: Cuban revolution I I mortal classic, "Saint Joan" Kim Stanley Patricia Meal and ,
Joihannei Brahms veined lib "
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WI". th: W\1I MA I In opportunity for Miss Felne- concerto! from will be staged In aU IU color Vlvlci Llndsford.

PAUL NEWMAN mans to demonstrate s versatlllty and African ) ful and dramatic Impact at Of other Importance In the ..
that drew thunderous ape Ilia concerto ... Studio M Playhouse on Bird tilt of "Saint Joan" are Brlhsh .
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pliuae. old commencing Sunday eve- stage veteran Erie Dun- f
with preliminaries.
Brahms concerts, studded Into the sing, Feb. 16 for a limited enlagement lip at the Inquisitor, Michael "
with .n Intricate pattern of I Goodenough "Poulene '
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of ten night only
and African moods
Italian, Bohemian and Gypsy, I A apeclal preview of same will popular NINE radio personalIty ,
tomes, It Interlaced with bril' vigor ,' .
be held In the Intimate theatreon Prier Pratt ai "Dunola," .
Its energetic '
Uant pauageithat provides the Thomas Midden "Robert \. j. I Ij
the li ,
proceeds with Saturday evening priorto .J ,
violinist with an opportunityto i .
IU public for local John Harrison aa the Earl of .I.. II'
effect Jon building to opening r"
achieve phenomenal .... '
Warwick. Stanley Simmons ai t
and lence. English literature and Drama ,
with bow finger
technique the Archbishop, and John WI.
Instructors and their students : 'f'"
dexterity Classical only for the act price of $1per kel is the Steward.

'r \16'.yp Feminine Crete The maestro'i penon. I Reaervitloni are now lull- .

Mist Pelnemann meet the d... Symphony No. 5 Following! i highly tucceaa- ,able for all performance,
tile'a
mind of Braham't diversified bit movement with forceful determination Dvorak U one of both comedy and drama .
a zEf1UOMMO without low of femInine mlllar symphonic \ Studio M director-owner Time Clock

.- grace repretolre of most M'I Ruth Foreman feels she hat
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We were fascinated almost Dr. Sevltzky, .' contracted the perfect thespian Palms Theatre II I
= without benefit of
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hypnotized at we
for the lead In the name of|
i.D 6iOBINSONtwaArular'w :watched her long, slender, deli ill aggregation Carolyn Wohl Daughter of I Thursday, Feb 6: "Man'a Favorite I
four movements, ,
call fingers manipulate the Sport with Rock Hud
prominent Brlckell Avenue *r-
strings delineating each note cal touch while ion and Paula Premiss 11: }
.lIlmtDLO.'petl.t hltect and i native of Miami.
with! sharp and purposeful ef he cornposen'i and 9 X pm !
the nineteen old actress
Show pal I pm Only feet treatment The year friday, Feb. T: Paul NewmanIn' 1
I Enthralled her from the recently won the highest ac 1
by performance "The Prize, T.13: and
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Invaded claim for her
Man 1I
dynamic
"The Day at were thousands of spirited and portray' 10:01 p.m.Saturday .
Th. Earth" Uitenert wondered bow and \then on to the II of Queen Victoria In the I
we and Sunday, Feb. I f' iJ .
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'eterborough; New ; '
CARTOONS FUN much musical fervor' and an Indian dance Hampshire I Paul In : .l
COLOR J Playhouse production of "Antl : Newman "The ,'J... I '."' ''-:, ow. .u:
she could five more a climactic fusion "
frenzy 113 6 and I
Price 02 51pm.
woodwind, brass Ion.." Her performance was I' : : : DYNAMIC violinist Edith Pelnemonn, German.born sifted artist who tef.*
I so widely heralded In this yea the of four and the
lion in a Saturday Matinee Kiddle Show: playing at age regarded at world's outstanding performer,
HERMAN'SBIG abandon. pectlve play, the New 'York I 1 D.m. Cartoons and "Da.* was featured soloist at the U. of M. Symphony concert.
Ion Office Opens 6 p.m. 'Imea gave her I complete I Mars Invaded Earth"" -

end 10 ..... Icture story layout In a recent Monday, Tuesday, ,
Shows .t 7 theatre section Miss Wohl! Wednesday
may be remembered by Studio Feb. "10, 11 and IS-: "The Audience Appetite For "Wedding
Prize, with Paul
M patrons for her outstanding Newman
Saturday I
Tonljht- Friday,
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PORTERHOUSE rolea In "Picnic," "Under the M3: and 1C:02 pm.reeieway ,

Big Doubl.-Hit Show Llvlnt Seem Rtslsuranfct Yam Yum Tree" and "A Taste Drive.In Breakfast" Whetted Served Well
PKAMK OIAN I 01 lIone,." According to Mia.It ;
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IIMTRI'MMTIffAISWTA n $i.'T.\ ( ::;. Thursday, Fridi", Saturday,
e l11BrJOS 1" () Feb I, T, I: "Four for Tex By SAM BINICKSON It'. this fetish for a profeiilonal Both sweethearts, on the
I. { a ..kft.... a.," 7 and 70:35 p,m. "The 1
sUture underscores
AIBa that brink
..... I r of matrimony, offer their
H..T..1. Young Swingers 1:15: p.m. When a gal seeks to resurrect
It.. : her attempt to dominate Ralph I Mvlnga to Stella
aa an
meagre
'-= ,, T....... Sunday Monday, Feb. in image of first love by
4 FOR TEXAS ,,.. .... t.4; 11a .t i T.... Tuesday, performing I young' businessman with,educational fund for Ralph
.. ... I. 10, 11: "Under The Yum a spiritual trinsplin- whom she falls In love fully It
SNU"'Y..tCfplAtJNO)N fau iIia.oRD09t'NMM NOW C: : .IN Yum Tree," T and 11:15: p. lotion In a second troth the dream aware of may postpone aid a
IJ6IhtIDI( I trYpR ;: ""' MEXICANeFOOD m. "The Chipman Report, experiment 'la bound to back Em.Nona) Flare.t, house-hunting
.A destroy In one fell
TOOMMicoto rnm veers"sops iwoop years
I 5 10 p.m.Wednf.dl". Ore. Snobbish In her own statue
wNre lN"M a e"M. e.N. 1 of joint frugality.But .
-On Some 'r.rom- S h.e.a Ow.. TRY IT YOU'LLLOVE Feb. 12: ""Jessica" aa a college graduate and cohort
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Such
........,....... an awakening: takes
T" 1fJ I.JICoTtI/ANNYI r ......._.aMaNr I IT 7 and 10:42: p.m. and "The place with almost cataiirophle of the "intelligentsia" sheseeks Ralph'a repudiation et
I\ Ato.I....., C.h.. POST-FREE Tittered Dress," I:01 p,m, result for Stella (Jo to elevate Ralph to a ao- SUlla's scheme: to alter his fu-
(1.li qt Ph... a tail Kb HE YOLIE'S RESTAURANT clal level which ha acorns. lure Mil everything right for
Ct: m hi ea' A k Iw HOTWWflift Herman) in Theodora Reeves
.. Cinema Theatre
yS\ 1 H.'. 1.1 eh. ,w. s.r 1ft. No asset i Her ui a WMioi "Wedding. Breakfaat" at the There la much emotional both couplet.!
i ) C..plk..e. .1 eh. Hw.: I f *... It II .... HOMESTEAD (Cutler Ridge) flare-up between the two which
..... !."., ijr. .."... .., N.W,34hl. t3 tnvr w. New' ...... BMT Merry-C'Hound' FUyoouie, alternately leaves them distraught Warm Human telnga'
I I/I ..,.. Nwtb .( WVMC Fwd Thursday through Wednesday, Coral Cables. at the cf losing
Feb.'..11: Rock Hudson and thought Conveying a deep sentimentality
I Paula Prentlsi In "Man'i' Genuine and Earthy each other. Reapproachment In their relation, Crass
In the end to
cornea unite themin
Sun. Mon.Tuei. NightsThe I Favorite\ Sport. Coming: I Directed by Paul Nagel, Jr. a pledge of mutual fidelity and Miaa Nagel succeed In pro
Feb: 12: "Misadventure of with a discerning hand, the Playing counterpoint to the Jetting a portrayal of two warn
Year' Gig Lough &' GOODYEAR STORE Merlin Jones"" and Disney play la characterltei bps genuine romantic panorama are StelU'i human beings In an atmosphere,
land After Dark"Reward of humor caused
by mannerterns
Fun Hit! You'll Love Tho41Wliil6RlSI and earthy Interpretation older alster, Ruthla (Margery and Idiomatic
of four people whose lives speaking
are Nagel), and Norman (Alan
Is Feed woven from the same fabric. Crane) chiracterlstlck
PRESENTS Punishment Is never used In Ralph (Brett Michaels, ) la anew A cleverly contrived lM de'
the training of the "educated" heartthrob for Stella Self sacrificing' alga'! by Frank M. Bchullar,
porpoises and whales at MsIneland caught on the rebound followng Ruthl. U the sacrificing permits easy transition of time
of florid When an a spiritual slump caused kin whoae unselfishness and and sequence: permitting easy
Will COUNTRY and FOLK animal performs properly, It when .lb.'. shunted aside by a purity of heart almost wrecks flow of the action.
ecelvei a reward of food IIIt toy-friend to whom Ih.'. devoted her own plane to marry the It may be a little theatre eta
I fails. to perform correctly, I yean of sacrifice to .make plodding, affable and] devoted foil but It achlivea big theatre

H MUSIC the. __reward la withheld. him I doctor. swain, Norman. Impact


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I I of the Judges," aimed her name hear the winning tunes on"The
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sex au".,...fro III the contra I I I. red dresa to the finals. All It day,. Feb JO.
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