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consensus Then seems thai President to U I general John To Be OutlinedThe

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by foreign sffilri. SITES ARE PUSHED "new look" and plane cf, like Florida Power It Light

If that U lit lit had better the homestead/ Redland Eli- Aerojet and Seididt paying

loon dell,* trlct Chamber of Commerce 1310; Everglades Park Co,
/ tiat someone i will be outlined it I dinner WIG; banks USD. with other

,:l"e to look after meeting of the membership In dues of Individual and large
V foreign at the new Holidiy Inn dining businesses ringing front (10
1 1 fain for llm.Th room at I pm. Thursday to $100. except those that have

...- preil Chamber President Sylvester been let by groups themselves,

;.... dent apparently 3 Con Decision May Be P. Adair laid the meeting will such ii apartments, motels and
U make I bi the first In a aeries of trailer pirki"
first goodheadray ; monthly membership meetingsto Maxwell said the member-

with k be held it which members ship drive/ which hit been on

A corr'ntal. I Jr Made Wednesday 'tin keep more up to date and a pt'raon.topt'rton bull, li
SuspectsNabbed participate more In chamber progressing satisfactorily

Temples I V taking myself ictlvlUei. Among the new membership
aboard The meeting will be the duet paid to dale art
this With the possibility that a site for the new first line .
and booklet back at the beginning if Aerojet General Corpora.
country I believe I see a big Dade County Junior College will be selected Wed- the current membership tintpaltn. tlon, $390; Seidadt Industries,
Uncle Sam with ihlni bnlttd nesday, Perrine area civic groups have launched an Inc. $3M; Florida Power ft

by pygmy-sin nations, i a all out last-stand effort to hue It located In their The campaign 'li being' conducted Light Co, $350: Everglades

face red with embarrassment bilked area. imder i new schedule Park Company, $2$0; Bank of
A Homestead
and an expression of b wlld. woman Proponents of other sites In South Dade also tf membership dues antherlied Florida, $iso; Cornellui *
of her $102 savings In a cons!
trment doors Friday bid her were busy pushing their proposals In December Sons, $100; Arvlda Corp, $100.
The latest ilip of sauna U game back teal than an hour tk All the sites under conildestlon ... I A membership committee la Capri Reitaurant, $7J; Red-

from that fellow Castro down later money, thanks to prompt action/ are between N. Kendall thlI'IY to Homestead, or: competed of Randy .Jones and land Realty,. $7S; Clrird R.
yonder. by Homeiteid police, Drive and South Mlsml except Homestead students going ell Preston Bird, co-chairmen Ruberton, ISO; W C Ban *
lit m of his fishermen the way to South Miami, when' Ruth Campbell! and Marvin Sons, IM; Herman Marks 1S5;
supposedly) sail Into our Three Negro men arrested b, one.The exception li Tom J. liar'rte all student could come to the Ellli, J. D. Redd, $U; B It B DitchIng .
waters and get irreiltd. Pro police and charged with opera Field In Homeiteid, which central location of Prrrlne, In urging attendance it $35: Redland Travel
nto, he cull oft the water to ng a game known at "plgeo the city lees agreed to donate. which Is convenient to si liursdsy'i meeting A d II i r Agency, $35; Homestead Min
Guantanamo II.,. drop" are Roy Jones and James iloni with Its facilities and an South Cade." said, "This chamber li pre.: or, mDr.
Maybe I'm lust !talking off I !E. Fields of Miami and Herbert additional 40 acres of land West appointed a committeeof paring to do an effectlvt Kb George Pena, $15)) ,Jot
the top of my heal, but !I Bradley of Jacksonville that will hive to be purchased Perrine Rotary director to In promoting growth (of the S. Marcus, $351 I Ralph B, Jordan
don't s em !to find my other There have been IndlciUonthit work with other organizations, errs). This membership meet $35; Joe Accurilo, $35;
way of tttinir rid of the idea The woman, NfL Edna )1. alto rates at the top of ng li part of this promotional Glades Prescription Shop, $35;
4that Castro during kU .... Bryant pf BW Sixth Avenue rytillllUles.1 .West"W. ,. going all the wr, effort" Brooker Lumber Co., $35; W.

tent visit to Russia, md Kmhche told police she bad bibicTMC r But the Firrlnt srtvM *rttmphaslilng a.idzMembers '' IxsJslnlnff" the newt dvia D. Home,' $33; Iloppy'i Gulf
night have cooked up of her earnings and returned that the ollege of the site advisory schedule, Chamber Maniter. Station $35; Appliance Aisocl-
the fishing.violation deal K her car near First National shield bt Itcired In their board an. J. N. McArthur, Paul Jim Maxwell laid/ ales $35; Annie B. Smith, $35;
then would be an excuse tit Bank when one of tht men, trei because, ef population Scott Niles Trimmell Leonard "Thli new schedule of duel Eleanor Froscher $10; George

cut off the water McConnell approached her and ,.ctl,.. Veins and Mitchell Wolfson. I. a reillstlo one, based upon I Skill, '$10 and South Dade Ski
Official Washington tells asked her "to help on thl. J. Harold MittUon. assistant relative sire, with companies Club, $10
vs the cutoff kid been expected segregation business" The alto selection could con director of school site planning.
for some time. 9I Wednesday during a meetingof said there an about six different
While they wen talklni.' a the County Board of Public
Thit'i little satisfaction. sites being studied In the Rhodes I
stctnd man wham the Ken* Instruction and the MI.mI.D.d. Retrial
W" '* let Castro make I area from N. Kendall Drive !to
titled ii Jonei ip rta monkey out of vi for M long;
with in envelope 'bi bend although the ultimate decision
Mittlson iild then -
that those who don't want to wen several
and asked their help "becivst rcili with the Florida Depart-
good land offers, but in
bomb the
drop island a in nuclear beginning to on wonder I'm tld and can't, .read ..* s ment of Education's division of almost all cues there were tea Up To Gerstein

should become cawit tf my eyoilht," Junior colleges lures that could be detrimentalto
why they
Among the Perrlnt groups their ultimate approval ai .. .
Indignant when our federal In the envelope were i abed .,. which have been busy in recent the college ille. Whether u. Homestead Council'man "hopeleaaly! deadlocked on that
administration continues to of bills and I pink deposit slip, days in the campaign for One of the best offers it Fred Rhodes will be retried count
pussyfoot, faili to herd warning which Jones laid bt had found BOB BROWN, son ef Mr. end Mn. W. L (Former) locating the college then are far, ether than the Home. on a charge of resisting Cerateln iild his office

about Castro subversion In a phone booth. Brown cf Rtdltnd Rood takes a close look of ht Perrlnt civic League, Jay iteid proposal', 'I. from a arrest without violence liain'i t should reach! a decision on whether .
In other nation and has been
Mrs Bryant said Jones caked strange 'looking) egg one of the hens en the form res and Rotary. Canadian syndicate, Murry been decided. to retry. within the next
able to accomplish practically -
nothing In Southeast Alia her not to toll police, and prom. I (old Friday( (Staff photo by Don Phlfer.) The Porcine of Civic civic League orginl-, Celt Trvsteei.Tht State Homey Richard Cer week.
composed area'
lied her and McConnel $3,000 Canadian group offered stein has liked prosecutor Myron Rhode, went on trial at 9:30:
except maybe 10 find a way rations, formally went on rcc tII of land .
live N at
acres .
Gold ,
an assistant stale attorney a m Wedneiday
etch for their silence .
to keep down ties number of I Police Hunt Suspect ord ai favoring the junior colrgt U7lh Avenue and N. Kendall for an official reportof Teitmolny continued until
Americans killed by communist I'' In the Perrlnt population Drive and sell the remaining
She accompanied Jones to Rhodei' trial Wednesday and nearly 10 p.m.Thunday .
uirlllai. telephone, when he purportedly enter. I acreage needed for the school Thursday "from which we'll\ morning, JudgeFalk
federal Manfred Dulls, farmer
Our government called his "bois" a Mr One Man Killed ef the Perrlni Jay- at a price of $2,300 per acre. decide whether then li basis charged the jury, which
tin network ( president
a spy supposeedly This site would have no leas "
tile who convinced her deliberated
that to retry. until after 3 p.m.
) that reaches In all directions coon, said the Perrlnt regionis
bin P90 feet frontage on N.
but apparently never she must put up some of her being given considerationbetivat Kendall Drive.In Rhodes was convicted Than- before returning with Its verdict

gets the right Information own money at evidence of her Another WoundedPolice tf the present population commenting on the homestead day of taking or possessing
back to the proper official good faith and expected ..rewth.Th. site, Mittlson said that quail out of If.ton. and was Miami Attorney Walter

We wen warned, for In..tanl'l the withdrew the SIt the present population In the one of the biggest drawbacks Is sentenced to pay a $100 finer Gwlnn, representing Rhodes,
Ptrrlnt Center li 50,000, serve 90 days In jail. said he his not decided whe-
about Ctitro'i comnrnnlit tad |lust diB.lttd and added are searching for Theodore Roosevelt hi distance from the populiIon ther to the
tt 23,000 In the appeal guilty vel"dirt
beliefs before he ever $4{ which she hid In her Brown, 22-year-old Negro, suspected of killing compared Hemeitud C.nt.r.Anticipated ( center. Criminal Judge Jack Falk In the first charge Ha has
took Perhaps wi had Another matter of concern declared a mistrial on a second
power handbag. 35 Bull labor
James Roy Malone, at the C. R. camp growth, reflect.ed 60 dayi In which to do so.
no choice but !to go along affecting the homestead site li charge, that of resisting an
with hint then. Accompanied by McConnell, in Princeton early Saturday morning. in the Metropolitan Dade the ultimate disposition of land rest, when the flvi-min, one. Rhodes also may fact trialIn
But then we let him Kite who bad received his "..bare"In Brown is also reported to have shot and critically County General Land Die (Continued On Page Two woman jury declared itself U.S. Court on federal game

American property. with her presence, Jones left to wounded Johnny G. Blassingame during the Muter Plan Is BOO.OOO for the violation charges resulting
errlne Center by 1883, conjured from an opening-day dove huntng -
minor protest. take her money to his "boas" Incident
to slightly over a quarterof Vie For Points CashCowboys fracas Involving mon than
Official Washington took and promised to return with prounced dead on arrival. ,
Both \'lcUm.ere rushed to a million for the Homestead 30 South Cadi hunters.
no action to halt the Installs- her 1102 plus the $3,000 that \
Baptist Hoipltal. Malone was TIle hospital Saturday reported enter. Came officials filed the cases
tlon of Soviet missiles\ In was ber share, she said :
Blaulngimt In latlsfsctory' The Perrlne notary Club To End with the U. S. attorney In No
Cuba until they In des- i
win ,
Police, who step up their condition. ward of directors Thursday 'ember, but charges have ben
pit detailed reporting of the suTveiUinct of local banks onpayday Ends I card President John West delayed by that office's heavy
activities by torn newsmen had had the meander Wreck The two men were each shotin propose a drive to locate the case load< officials said. I\

for Crlili.months prior to the Cuban observation for several tours, the abdomen.Brown new collect ia the Perrlnt 16th Rodeo TodayHomestead's

impeding from their actions/ area.
Nearly a year ago tome rporUrt *- that the Auto ChaseA fled from the labor I Thli U the logics place forthe
"pigeon drop" con
began telling the American game might be under camp and when last seen was new' junior college," West 16th annual rodeo will wind up CompetitionStarts
public of Castro Infiltration wiy wearing a shirt with red and says "It Is at the center of its
three-day show this afternoon with what U
As the left Mlle-an hour Joy ride
men Homestead 100
In Panama and white stripes, grey pints. Ht 1s population for South Dade, and
traditionally the most thrilling of its
that trouble would l'eIulLy. and beaded north on U. S. 2, came to a screeching halt 5 feet t Inches toll and weighs will be far more convenient for performances EarlyThe
I, official Washington sn unmarked police car following i Thursday' night when a car about 170 poundi. His teat a majority of students than a Cowboys, in a last-chance effort to compile
wants to play down this pore them wn tied up In driven by airman Abram Cau known place of residence wn location farther south or winning times and national points In the five main
tion of the January riots traffic, but caught up with dle III, 21, rammed the rearof Apt. 28 Chambers Trailer north. Imagine South Miami or rodeo events, will be taking extra risks In the final competitive spirit ran a
the suspects five miles northof Homestead Air Force Base I at 2 too high and a little too
there. a Park, Princeton. Coral Gables students going all contest, to begin p.m.
Columnist Henry. J. Taylor town, with the help of a but on Biscayne Drive at ape early Frldiafternoon for two
cited the effectiveness of Metro police officer.Htmettead proximately 140th Avenue, Color and excitement will beat cowboy contestants In the
the CIA when tumors popped police wht hell shortly after 10 p.m. Big Crowd To Greet Them Sunday a peak is Homestead Everglades Homestead Rodeo, which premiered .
up about an assassination part In apprehending" the mm Caudlt's'car spun, rolled over Pone takes the fieldto Friday night.
of Caitro The CIA called the were Oat I... Steve. .....m.O.tectle. and struck another vehicle outdo Its Friday and Saturday Wayne Carter of Fort La..-
Candle token to Homesled RecordA performances before the derdale and Hue! J. Candy, noaddieai
New York Times to confirmor Eugene McAllis was Missilemen A
deny report. ter and I. C. Patttrstn, Air Force Base hospital. capacity crowd expected fortoday. given, win charged
Wendell Phillips, an au- Jam* L. Seeker and Pitrtl-" Ht was reported to be In good disturbing thepeace
thor, explorer and expert on nan Curtis Getdlnf and condition Friday. large crowd Is expectedto of the others In this country, commander will also have some Trick roping and riding exhlbltloni after their argument In
Arabs, told several months Cirlt RtdrltiMS.In Sheriff's deputy J. Vail investigated be on hand to meet the but they conilstently come back warm word. of praise for the and barrel racing contests the Bamboo. Villa progressed toflatlcuffs.

ago of Red plant to take over the suipecti' possession the accident and men of "B" Battery, 2nd Mis- with superior scores In competition men for local riders 11be\
Zanzibar and Tanganyika. when they were apprehended charged Caudlt with reckless silt Battalion, 62nd Artillery, with other outfits from Eighteen year old Sharon part of this afternoon's rodeo Several Homestead residents
The men In South Vietnam was more than 100. a stack riving by excessive speed Vail tonight as they return from various location throughoutthe Wenland, Miss 2nd Missile performance wen roughed up In trying to

much of It our making, of phony money held together said he was waiting/ for a blood- Ft Bills, Texss, with honors country. Battalion, )C2nd; < Artillery, will break up the 'lhLCart.r
apparently U such that wi with a rubber band, with two alcohol teat result.WEATHER The men left last Sundayon Three area units have com- present a bouquet of flowers Award of prize money In and Gandy posted
can't pull out nor win. real dollar bills on the outside, the short notice alert to 'pried within the past year and to Capt. Rodrlgues. purses up to IUOO111 bring bonds of $123 each and art
And on and on it ...m.. and a roll of phony money test fire Hercules misiiles all ban made scores well over Mill Wenland live at 20701 the nationally accredited show slated to appear In the Homestead -

It reminds ui of a portionof wrapped with real money, The battery, commanded by 90. Gulfstream Road, Cutler Ridge, to a close penal court Feb.\ 17.
Tennessee Gov. Clement'i police said.Unable rl. U Rainfall Capt. Caesar Rodriguez, scored On hand to greet the returning Wives, families and friends Police, called to the Bamboo
talk to a national democratic I to meet their $ .ooo Wedneiday 80 68 the highest mark of any troops will be Miami-Vice- also will gather at Miami International The rodeo li sponsored annually about 8:30 pm. Friday, followed -
77 62 .43 David : who Airport tonight to by the Homestead Rodeo the cowboys to tile ro-
convention a few rears ago bond the mia an la the Homestead Thursday Hercules outfit for the year, MaJor Kennedy
when hi asked: jalL A preliminary hearing Friday ... 77 M -> registering a score of 98.7. < will welcome the men with s welcome home the victors. Association which earmarks den grounds area at Harris
How long, America, eh will be held In Pears Jus- Saturday ..87 M .U The local mlssilemen live/ under proclamation.Col The airplane will arrive at, profits for youth sports aetivitlei Field., where the arrests wenmade.

how long?" tics Sylvester Adilr's court worse conditions than most William M. Smith, group gate 1 at 8.15: p.m. ,

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Pt twe Th NEWT LEADER end CUTLER RtDGE.FIRRINI POST >.brvry *, 1tN'' f

Holy Season, Lent; "'j The Expression In Full>. Setting ''I OBITUARIESLawrence 1 :

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and th* Redlindi Lions Cut! I
Pope, Sun-Mag are lie wife, licit, I
ores son Allen L.; two dtu;',
Begins Wednesday I Fruit GrouerInSouthlhulc ten, Mr. Donald O. Scott n:
I J ) Mr. Richard M. Iliyi; thn
brother, Chirle ot Hoimteidj -
; Lawrence Pop, '10, of 16801 Joseph of Brow II
The holy season of Lent will I.",. and 7:30: pm. minei. Evening and I p.m, Special p.m. mm SW 184lh St., who died Wed-.vllle, N.?.. and Allen ,
begin Wednesday, and special mm it ISO. added to will continue etch Wednesday r needs, was burled \ Wiihlngton, D. C., ind I ] I
obiervtnore ere planned al regular dilly irheduie, will con during Lent.Epiphany Miami Memorial Park.A F'tIda11'1.\11'1. grindchlldren. i irhllbrlck I
many South Dade churches for tinue through Lent, except Sunday Kendall, ashes atler .' fruit grower, he SUnflU Funeral;
Ash Wednesday and the weeks *. masses it 8 SO, T:30 and I,SOi t he Homestead area In MM Horn of South Kliml.Krndt
to follow before Enter Sunday, Christ the King, Palmetto m, and I p.m. Wedneidift The from \..'.*hlnrton. D. C, ill 'In chirp of arrangement
Mirth a. Country Club Estates, ashes it- T.30 mm added to the regular \gt 1 rI I He WH i member of the John Kathleen Hanna I
tee Tin. and I pm masses morning schedule, will continue 0. Rally American Legion Foil
All Cilholle churches will .1 Mri. Kathleen Hanna
Wednesday through Lent. I h y 68 c4)
have the tridlllonal distribution 81, Thames the Apostle Kea ML Olive Luthfrtn Church, SIS NW Eighth Street Homestead
of ashes this Wednesday, ai will dill distribution ws, Gerard died Feb. 7. She hid
area, of ashes Quill Roost Drive, TSO p.m. Mrs.
f>t. John'l Episcopal Church In Wednesday alter rniuei itI tervlrei each Wednesday In been i resident for nine yetricoming
Homestead Midweek Union.' .SO and 1 aim and T.M: p.m. Lent conducted by Rev George to Homeiteid from
services will/ begin et i number Is Thrown] C.nadl.
St. Louli, Kendall, ashes it Kueckle, assistant chaplain at t
of churchei. ter. masks_.it_ T ind 130 i.m. EiH Ridge Retirement VUlige I s Surviving are her husband ,
Elwood three brothers .
Schedules Include the 01.l I From Auto ; rand
David Gordon ot Wlndwt1

lowing 8U John'l: Episcopal, holy Gillespie To Enter and and Lyle. liter H. ,Cordon Mri. Venn of Onlirlo'.
communion and imposition of i Mrs Evangeline Gerard, 7S, I
ashes on Ash Wednesday el 5, IN\\' Oth Street, Homeiteid, n. s of Williceburg, Ont\
8, T end 10 aim, Union trrvlcrit tip e d leriooi Injury when Funeral aen'lc'llfr.. held
730: pm. etch Wednesday, Race For Constable r ,thrown from her cur In a wreck Saturday morning at 10 o'clockn <
i Branim Funeral
beginning thin week. slab Friday afternoon it US Chipel. ,
St. Andrews Lutheran, Home- 1 and Avocado Prlve.Mn. Rev Frank L. Livery otflclat- ]
stead devotions it t aim, each Willlim Red) GlllHpIo, woe 00 annually, plus a an override I Gerard pulled Into the v ol. Burial was Williceburj,
week 'day In the'l.'f.. was caught In a political trou- on service of ipeclil legal) pith ef a trailer truck drivenby Ont
per services it I p.m. Vednei- fire during the lilt election of!I documents, I SyUeiter Sprott Miami,, Mrs. MacDonald

days The service Ash Wednei- council candidates In" Homestead Glllcipl\ already baa ttrelv"I'd (land heading north on U.S. IiI Charlotte L. MacDuiild, M,
diy evening will Include, holy and lost his post ki police I Indira lion that The South (police reported. of T700 SW POth Ave" ,hi
communion. chief, hn announced thai Had political Action league Sprott twerved hIs truck, died Wednesday, bad a prhiti.
Sacred Hurt Homeileid, dliIrlbullon .,he will file ii a candidate for will support him. which hit the scar of the compact burial Saturday
of ashes after masses I the office of constable from I ear, demollthlnf the back She WH l member of St.
it T and ISO aim and T p.m.I Plitrlct 4. part of It. Thomas Episcopal Church and

on Ash Wednesday; distribution The former law enforce!Several. The Gerard car skidded Into the Coco Plum Womini Club
t>l ashes only I it 2 thai
pm. She her from
chief small a foreign cir stopped it came Artlng-
meet who made
day. Added to regular weekday an unlucreuful ton, Vi, ein '
bid the Intenertlon. It wn only even ) 10.
for the thorlff'i
mm schedule during lent (Continued from lags One)
Surviving ire her ,husband,
lightly donted. The drlxerJamea .
office recently, hat been working
will\ be one it 1:30: pm. Ronald two daughter, Wri
at a parking lot In Miami. adjacent to both Harris Field D. Mathli, NW 13thStreet ; ,
8t filth'i Episcopal Cutler and the highway which the city llomeitead wai not ,In. John W. Armstrong and Jeans
Ridge, T '.m. communion will\I Before committing himself hn deserved for .Hi own ute jured. I McDonald, ind one grandson,
be added this Wednetdiy to 10 run for coniitable, Gllltuple Florida Highway Patrolman I Phllbrlck Stanfill Funeral
regular 10 aim Wednesday com 1 laid, he hid boon offered the A strip approximately! 200 R. D. Strader charged Mrs. Home of South Miami.Kendtll
niunlon, end will continue weekly job of police chief of Florida feet deep along U, S. 1 hit Gerard with failure to yield I.was In charge of arrangements
throughLent., been reserved by the city, but
City.Gilleiple the rightofway.Mri. French Oliver
St. Timothy Luncc'ran Cul the City Council hn said (hit
ler Ridge, midweek Lenten turned down the offer my future development wouldbe Gerard was taken to French E. Oliver 82, of Key
services starting thin Wednesday because, he laid "It failedto high type builneii. ......... James Archer Smith Hoiplta 1. Largo died Feb. T In Fiihrr
and released after enemies
in Marathon.
it T 30 met''a Hospital In
p.m. meet his
economic ''
requirement '
Holy I Rosary, Tcrrlne, distribution I !." Other slice In th. Perrln Mn'v.H' t sir I tlon. lie hid been l resident of the

of ashes, it 6 SO end 130 I+I The conttable'i Job papa $75- aria 160th under Street c.nildtritlen md 107th Avenue are. THIS IS THE FULL photor ., which lh. ere of Suian Htlit lit Ml 1 Florid Keys since 1952 and
--- --- Howe was i retired luperlntendentfor
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--- ; adlicent' t. thl prep- wet r kan. She end Robert ore motif a |'*"P of teenen who ."*.re. Wreck Hurls Western Electric Co.
arty In South Miami Hughes' "real Ion." during a twist contest .t the rtcent Cutter Ridge Community Fair" Surviving' ire hit wife, Jane;
MORTON KLEIN .t Itlrd Street and 114 Avenue of the Cutler__Ridge Shopping. Center. !Stilt. photo by Don Phifee)4) Two Persons i ion, Charles M. ot Key Ur.
; 117th Avenue north ef go; i daughter, Mri. Barbara
CUSTOMTAILORING Cent Reef Drive, and a site Glrird of Detroit\ ; four dater. ,
dicnt| t* the Cretn Hill Several Families Two men were banged tip Mill Hatel Evans, Mn. Miry
lubdlvltlsn. Playing but not seriously Injured In an Biker and Mn. Grace Hiun of
NOW The committee It'eid'lIt.dn.ada, night than t Knoxvllle and Mr*. Eleanor
working for
heavily damaged two cara.Willlim Kirby of Nashville
OPEN CI 7.2471 hind I Perrlne 100 acres area which tile hope cm be to I-lost To Students E. Wachter, Ts). Funeral services wilt be held
to the junior college, Visiting i Cold Trailer Park, was mik Monday at J p.m. In Branim
IZ 149 Weir log 5 right turn off U.S. 1' Into Funeral Chapel
Mowry St.
a The gift would lax Bluer Drive, In front of the Hugo Thomas ,
Homestead, fla deduction up to one tenth of Several| famlliei In the South tentln. | the Wlllltm Miswell smut y trailer park, whoa his cir wi Private funeral services were.
the idjuited grow Income of Did area art boat to itud- 1 These ttudent ar among )2 Oil Niutllui Drive, CIIUnRid" truck from the rear by a r.- held Friday for Hugo Thomas ;,
the donor. slits from Buenos Aires, Ar- students In tli* greater Miami\ hide driven by Lt. Col. ArnoldL. 79, ef 8545 SW 12 th Bt, who
arta from Argentina, CMIe, Leonardo Cueciro, tltltlng Soott 43, 2Jth Bomb Equa died Wednesday
Columbia and r'MI10 are the Ernest K. Ittynor Jr. fimlly drone lloMoitoad Air Force Formerly of Eyoiiet, N.Y.
I South Dade Area Dire cto1' her under I 'reciprocal ar on 8W ISTth Terrace, Cutler Ba*${ according( to ol1re, ,he I* survived by hli wile,
rangement. Ridge. I Wachter and a passenger. I Margaret; five IOn I, Arthur
North American itudentlVlthlrf Adolofe Viqui-G.mbo vl- Raymond] Cadiro, wore takento Alfred, Richard aDd Robert, ill
Auto T a/ U go to Booth Amrrlra Itlill the Maavtl V*!.*c" fair- James Archer Smith Hot ot New'' York, and Albert of
Repairs Hearing AidtHEAftlNO next summer may apply by lly on SW 117th Annul pltal for X-rty*. They recefvei N. J.
I contacting Mn. Irvine PeiVo Homeitead. acme painful bruliei.Sherlffa I Phllbrlck Stinfill Funeral
ANDY'S Auto RepairsALL FREE DEMONSTRATION Student age 15-11 are tllglbl The students are her under deputy Houston Home of South Mliml.KendiUwu
tH \ Triple Protection When to gas American itudent the autplre of the Amerlcin Hunter measured 102 feet o( In charge ot the irringe-
MAKES AND MODELS VouluA go for 10 weeks In the lummer Youth Exchange, Inc. I skid mirki laid down by Scott'i i menu.
\ ZENITH HFAKINO AID montht while Routh American I car prior to impact
17 YRS. OF EXPERIENCE .'I\f11N '1\1\ FISCHER & SONS students com her during the Company ,Promotes Scott wn charged with reek Poll Hours
18330 So. Dixi. Hwy., Perrin.-CE 5.8605 AIDS 141 NORTH SOME AVE, winter, ton driving by exceuUo 'I'Hd
CI74JH HOMESTEAD Those visiting South Tideretldentl Charles" Newton of Hametteadhai and driving under the Infltt. :
llarber Shops are I bern promote from agent enre of Intoxicant. Arc 7To 7
Janitor Supplies and Chemicals Otrdi Rlcirdo Pttrlclo, UnitIng to staff manager b y Life I

billy liveries, Jim Phone Ui-247,KMUttl,1261 the John H. Hale family lurinr Co. of Georgia" h.vincompleted nAccused Rapist Dad County poll will open
Dwains Barber on SW 165th' Axe, llometteid.Rduardo .
Shop TRACY CHEMICAL the field managmeet ,it 7 a m. Tuesday 11 voter
CO. Cargtlno, lilting conducted at the eon register their choices for a
@ HT YOUR HAIR SE OUR BUSINESS Swimming pool Supplies Piper Good Service Station th* rhimller Andre- family pany'l horn office In Atlanta. To Go On Trial i county and fin com-
DWAIN, JEAN, AND NAT Supplies Bar It Restaurant Supplies Items for Motel, 'on SW 261th Street Homeitead. I Newton Joined Life .f Ceor1(1. The trial of Reid H. BryantHomeitoad 1 mlmloneri.mayor
Phone )47-2IM Hotel, Club, School. Home and Hospital Use All Types of I' Jon Alberto Canon visiting In 1961. Negro accused o f I The mayor rice pits two Incumbent
Floor Flnlihei Cleaner -
105 N. Krcm Jtyt. Homenetd, Florid Dtt.r.nUrloor Machine the rape of a white woman commissioner -
Sale .
and Renttl ..
near a Florida City rocVpl t Chuck H alInd\ Winston Wyn-
22401 Old S. Dixie '
Itlihwiy,Gould lut! summer will open tomorrow lie.
Jewelers (iiftt I In criminal court before In the Mitrlct 8 rice ire
Your Ad Can Be Here! 'Judge. Jimea W, Kehoe Walter Well of Homeitead

FERGUSON TOMO'MALLEY I Aryan who wai accused o:f and Hardy Mathenn of Ken-
JEWELERS the crime along with ROlltI dell

Mr. Advertiser Watch I Latter, wan granted a aeparatetrlil Runoff rindlditoi In atonedistricts
CI 7.2321teauly Jtwclcry ft Shaver Repairs
I. scat PI it r let I Tom
328 Wothlngton' At,., Homeit* d, Fl.. I Latter was tried earlier be SUM and Harold Green) Dli-
I'honoCl 7-4515 I fore Judge Keyhoe, found gull islet S Lew Whltworth and
I ty and sentenced to life )mprlionmont. Milton Thompson) Dlitrlct 4-
StudioTO Lamps 2000 SHADES David Kennedy and Tom O'.
YOUI AN INVITATION FOR A LIGHTORAMA I The trial will open at I:30 Malley) District T Hughlin

Complimentary Demonstration and Pre Instruction In 1 with .the selection of I Jury.__Long and Earl. Starno.
SI12 Suniet Dr. MO 74941 ---- ---- ---
Complexion Cart and Individual Make-Up and
Color Chart f For Lamps & Shades BE SAFE-BUY ALL DRUGS f
Mcrla Norman
Cosmetic Studio
SW Sunset Drive, So. MlimUW-IIIJ Open Frl, Evil? Ripiln Accenorleilrln IS FROM A PHARMACIST AT

HIS Krom Avenue, HomtUid-247.2l2l | Your Lamp For Fitting. Royal Palm and Dixie

Restaurants THE MAN. .


MARINE MARTTHUNDERBIRDOMC ( Sklppyt) Remodtled, Now fettt 12 Peopl A '

Boats BOSTON EVINRUDC WHALERS Chirbrolled DINNER or Grilled Steaks,SEA Chop.FOODS, Burseri, Frank STANDUP i
MOTORS Chicken to Order-Dinner* and Short Order To Take Out
Ne. Edg ef Homestead en U. S. 1 Cl' M224 CALL FOR TAKE OUTS-CI '7-M2I.OPEN to 11.7 day s

Builders Stationer


Call Wally Keirslead CI 7-3808 Office Suppllei Art Suppliei STATIONERS Btokl OrMlIng CtrOiJ40 HAS tJrJ:

LOTS-ACREAGE AVAILABLE Washington Ave, Homestead Circle 7<443 CAPTUREDTHE (

Contractors Television ADMIRATION DON'T TAKI

HOME BUILDERS fffifa I&M TV SERVICE OF THE L.l'i i*.,* Martha muted, "then'i itlll
torn of lut '
yeir antibiotics lift, Juit the
HOME IMPROVEMENTS V/ Inlt.n.eI$18tS r thlni for the tickle In my throtC
CE 8.5603 PEOPLE AND'THE PRESS Wilt Martha you see, tame mdU
MYERS CONST. CO. Antenna Completely Sleet product chemical changes and be*
GOOD USED TV SETS Reosonoblt cm harmful after awhile Well fill your
Licensed and Insured CE 5-0190 478 Peruse Aft Shopping Center PULL Mw prescription plnitklnlytROYAL ,


Brooker Hardware & Lumber << SERVICE I

FREE PICKUP and ESTIMATES 806 N. Kromo Av*., Homestead Cl 7-6949

Hordwore-Bulldinj( S South Ai For Ai Cutler' Ridge 8-A: !

Lawn Mower Repair DIXIE
Pd. Pet Ad,.
225 SW.2nd Ave" HomeKead Fla. Ph. 7-7321( 6U8 So. Dlxl. Hy., So. Miami MO 1-7003.
Nar.nja, Fed. Hwy. CI'.7140.
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BELOW, the homo extends Curb to curb on brood
safely aftir a slow, four hour jour.n.y traffic
ABOVE,arriving South Kromt Avenue, where utility wires,
down Kromt Avenue Thursday, the Pioneer. and tree branches were moved to make AT RIGHT, museum
Museum building ii greeted by Florida City welcome lights Metro Officer H. Collation building pre-empti traffic
for its Here, .'
tlgn. Built in 1906 by Florida bat CHat Railroad way leads tht progrett.tntil'i-pact ctvttcodt that consisted Ignelat Krom.and Flag j, ; ,, ,
for Its section cnwt, the house will bo located. of truck, house and curious onlookers who trailed lir Avenue intersection, 1
permantntly on land donated by Mr. and Mn. Henry while signal continues to
Brooker adjoining Bryan Edwards Park. blink red, yellow and
green for foot traffic.

1v' BELOW right, workmen
hold .Ii motel signs while
Iht historical old houit Ii
I Ii eased port. Problem like //4
YL this were the reason the
1 moving was delayed two
days by the city until i
plans were approved for
.j, lefeguardlng object j a +
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THE SEADADE complex and deep water channel is being injected DADE COUNTY NEEDS. .

as a local issue in this campaign.This issue has been thrashed out

time and again on a local level It is now left up to tho Governor INDUSTRY ft AGRICULTURE

and Internal Improvement Board The Department of Interior and N


commissioner with the God given Wisdom to Help Dado

County Prosper.


"Standard Oil pays roughly Vi of all Richmond City property taxes end

Weiss about 1/3 of County Property taco.. Employ about 4000 itetdity at good

Walter I I : wage.. They comply .lth.1I Air and Water Pollution Control regulation."

a NOTE! Population of Richmond It 75,000, AdJ.centT'
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 8" erkley Hllli end the Unlvtrtlty of California.

Excerpts from lotlor dated Aug.10,tM
', Y Former
oJ ; t
Sincerity I, ,' Chairman


:, Commission hat been a major problem -
.I1 'To' my knowledge, air pollution never
'' ; 1 PULL end Kern County, or for that mortar the southern San
Ability ._ in Bakersfield
PULL -.. '" 1' r, I Joaquin Valley where there It a concentration of petroleum refining opera
: t.a: .J, tloni."

LEVER'f' % ,( Director LEVER "There art fire major petroleum refineries end three smaller operation! In
Chamber the Immediate Bokeriflald area."?her. U no major air pollution problemIn
Experience \
___ j' of the area 01 a result of these operation"
12-A \ d .tS .fir- .. Commerceand 12-A Excerpts from letter dated July 21, ItO

Commiislon .---
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...FIIrI "The refineries have been nothing but good for this area.Thert no odor.

WALTER WEISS LEVER 12.A "Tht liquid waste art treated thoroughly before being discharged it there
It no pollution of any kind."
METRO is here to stay! dollon of tax money
o "Tht refineries have itobiliied our economy, put many "
Let's help ourselves by electing a man dedicated in' the area and brought many tint families to our community.
.. not only to HIS COMMUNITY but ALL DADE *StitoofWaihlngton
Excerpts from litttr dated Aug.a INI

The'Jen. 14th Cold Spell Prove Thot No City Con Prosper On AgricultureAlone.

What seems more Important" t. me Ii the fact that our government Ii spending -

WALTER WEISS MILLIONS to melee friends, with results not too promising 'In view of

ei a farmer-buiineiimon, 1 find that ana
ADEQUATE HOSPITAL Jr of the bait ways to make friends' ii to do business' with them, trade bock and

\ BETTER TRANSPORTATION j..10 MORE FLOOD CONTROL forth,get to know one another and therefore lead l to a batter understanding.

than a harbor connecting ut with our neighboring

WITH HIS FELLOW COMMISSIONERS communities" to the South and poiilbly the world.
liD POL ADV.s""d. ..
An Overwhelming Vote In This Area Tucidey Will Give Wet.. The -
tionol Prestige Needed To Work With The New Commiiiioa.


Sunday, pebruiry t, HS

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Bless Your Heart Charles, It Don't lIurt A Mite!' ()ur Washington_ Column

m t News ieaber! .. DemonstrationsCould

Atlanta i

fltotltr JUd t- trrlnt Ott >

M..l..e ll..."';'he,'rl I/.L M M.., Affect Legislation
;;;1.1 eotI O- et.ML.IWN
rN 1111 dames Forman executive lecretiry(

*.nt H IW HiaaHnl NO MB. a. aoaM OM M...* WASHINGTON If BRUCI- (MEA ftlOSIAT) Thi Curry this Allinla-bised group, says till demon
drive reflect two thisgatImp.tlesce :
.. w. I.IeleL Pv.Mke ... ..'"..... of Negro demonstrations outside reiliu- itritlon with the foot-dr'gglag ofAtlinU
IIU'" .. suit VH H I..M **. o Mri MM*** tt rut la Atlanta iffect the outlook of theronteoding e
q, mho hive fillet
aAl>B tUtfU*. MMrMt for till reiUunnt O"'Den
form now lining up eitibllthmenti.Announce .
a.t 01 Merl CI SsNhe..Ijl ....... CI $4111alr.l climactic house floor fight on the Ken to desegregate. it the alleged dlJp'rllrbelln.n

nedy-Johnson civil rights proposals AUinti'i bright Image sad the

/.. | to Ml I wW. IIJII t ..":.. ||| Many opponent mi Mini supporters evidences of discrimination Unhooli
| I* eM*** u twt* ..*.*! i M .mWl: li MM pas of these measures express continuing
pe )rf Job, housing, public iceommodi-
vigorous dislike for Icglslitlng -
........,.... ...... W t4rw .4 .. n. M*.' .......f.. "under the gun" of lions,
... II* MM M4 nwM sells A top while civic figure, long Identified
... utaUimiii |4*- ..N..e MMMlwItMiHIM recent or current demon
it racial fcirmony
M. r wM+ Illltrwt \ with AUinti'i efforts ,
ttriUoni flatly that SNCC commonly called
*. Offfe* ill !>rT*.. A**... The guests trupUoni MM"Snick." "Utlrni to nobody and represents
tin In I fact, putt even e.
R, : the most ardent backer Of nebody
the pending civil right'*|, lie describe the present campaign lii
Let Udall Act AccordingTo pickige. cilculited attempt by a bird con of
Nejroei-lncludlng some "proofenion.l
begin In" MO ind SOO
Until they
Braes BIolMtgo dcmonttnlori" from other cities f'
The State's Decision heavy earnest I short Ume the tows," (
AUint was held up u I model of lo "duit up :.
level meeting In. I
week top
what responsible while and Negro leadership This put
Coy, Brysnt'a recent trip to Waihlngton could achieve U a nonviolent. demonstration vol\ln Mayor his Allen white business 1 t
to get the official attitude of the Department .free atmosphere leaders ud the long-eiUbllihed Negro t'
of Interior toward possible development Suddenly this widely idvertlned Image leadership. ippirently aims it Isolating sod

Iilandla proved to be about al valuable ai has developed gaping trick. The qirei- ultimately "conlilning" he mlUtint I',
would a match inside a darkened theater. Uon U why. "Snick" (orcei.
,,'hlte.Negro leadership plea
from some Joint
he tried to SecretaryStewart The predominant answer
Mr. Bryant aid get
onei" : .
Udall to define what he wanted at of the key AUintini I Involved, U pretty to the "Impitlent wreck the town that has beet .

Iilandla. "I cot no special detcrlptlon," the i tonlihln|. "Why" 1
If they tin be believed, It li a storyof for )'ou? "I'
governor whit and Negro leaders arrayed to Nearly every government, business ml

The trip of count, was one of the tide ether against a small mllltint band of civic igency hi* outspokenly urged either
reiulu of Seadade'a request for Internal Improvement M ri": Negroes sparked by the 10.tilled Student voluntary detegregitlon of public iccsm-
Board approval of a channel across Non-Violent Co-ordlntUng Committee noditloni-c-r i city ordinance to toil end

southern Btscayne Bay, demand of IilandlaIntereiU
that fill from the channel bi given Many Explanations For Move

for a causeway, etc.
The several months delay by the HB on CJt Ht II\-a. I

Seaside's request was believed for a time to What Can DeGaulle Gain '

be the result of the governor's efforts to work iiii1im

out a suitable compromise between it and

Iilandla intereiU. Red China ,
But the governor apparently hat been By Recognizing -

thinking of bigger things Including the than- 50 YEARS AGO
it would link to the be gained by continuing to lie In South Viet Nim ere- 20 YEARS AGO
nil I and the ly DON OAKLIY to (Taken fern Hit o( the Scuff
gulf stream, public and private development There seems to be little the treat her like I delinquent King i dangerous) and iltuitioa deiperatlon (Taken tress files i| tile Him,,'''. Fiends linmr, South Dirfi'i first 1

on Island and a highway linking Iilandla and United State cat do about In the back community alleji ot the lnternsttosal where exisptriUon oa our part could Leeds Enterprise, hew .f Friday, IMftIN,.C, leave it Friday, ..... It, i

Key Larr French reccpilUnn of Red lest to ia ill-cut effort to Pet. II, llll>)> llli.)
Mr. Udall, at the request of conservation Chlni. It will b* difficult The maneuver I* also quite eta in unwlnnshle wir-un-

folks haa viewed Iilandla and recently {Indicated enough to understand for American It. mere. compitlblo with De Ciulle'i wlnoible because Red China War work bid takes such i toll of the The Binner'i editor ind owner Rev.J. .

that he expect an advisory board to lly The question guest for ",randeur" for will not tolerate a strong work force which' South Dade firmer A. Kihl sold I hilt interest In the
that Iilandla be added to the France It will demonstrate bastion In the "..oftunderbelly"
recommend loon Weitern business to Ed
It not whit one again his Independence of Boutheut Asl*. annually depend on to harvest their crop piper and Job printing
National Parks System.If the United 1 of Wuhlngton. that the War food Admlnlitritlon and Mitchell, who hid published a newspaper
such a recommendation should be wouldbe made States tin do The decision to recognise De Gtulle bellivei he undentindi > Stele Agriculture Department begin to la North Dakota for many years
presumably Congressman Dante Faicell at this June- cr the Chinese 11 no editorial Xihl announced
bill China was not dlacuned be. fly la Bihimin laborers to work la po- In i front pigi ,
asked to introduce the congressional tore, but forthind with President .Johnson on. else In the Meat doe ind taco, tomato and bean field. the trintictlon and luured readere that"the
necessary to effect It. Mr, Faicell has said he what Presldent -r: but routinely conveyedby that the peace of Asia, and policy of the Banner will continueto

has promised Iilandla IntereiU he will give De the French ambassador to of the world, depend upon Already In trouble because the decl- bi In favor ot everything that I Ie good

them full opportunity to work out matters Gaulle thinks. the stile. Depirtmeut. cresting a French "moralpresence" mated labor pool firmer were witching and discouraging to everything that U
will do anything like that. hi tin accompllth la Ailia atfiln. fields until the
before he But probably till most r..t.hUe mature cropi rot to the not what it ought to be.
Gov. Bryant's over-all development by analysis" I. one that took Hie first step toward this two, government agencies stepped la and "We ire ambitious to please everybodyai
scheme U laudable. If he can pull It off It will is, after OikliyTeopli at De Ciulli through Co- toil It, niturellement eitiVlUhlng cut red tipe. fir ii that li possible, but we shall 4
relstioni i
represent quite a feather In lib hat' How long all, in undeniable fut even Gaulle' own .,... diplomatic hive I definite policy and ihill stick to ,
getting all interests tied In to an over-all program to Anglo,Sixon minds the With the retirement of with the glintBut hid It. We would like to state again that wi
would require U not known. But quite a existence of Red Chlni. Adenauer of Germany and Britain bas in Peking I. It was the lime feces around the )!ome> art nonpirtUtn. Independent la I politicsbut
time, for ccrt&in.Meanwhile There are ai many explsoa- Macmillan of Britain and the diplomatic presence the Com stead. council table after the "new"'council not necessarily neutril"

it has been quite a time that lions for Do Caulla'i move li. death of President Kennedy alone, munlsts ever took since over In 1949! was sworn la by County Commission I e e
Eeadade has been put off in iU development there sn commentatort of.fering De oa the Gsullo world'now stage He his with no dlscernlbl morel In Chairman Prestos B. (Bunny) Bird. Only South Dade people, eager for culture

plans. Too long, in /act. It li them.suggested, for In. a million and no serious rival fluenci on the Chinese new member wn Z. B, Blackburn who I la the frontier Und, flocked to bear the
to toss :
We wouldn't want the governor stance that bo hopes to ce to oppose him.According If I>e Giulle II right this was Immediately eppolntid library and DeKoven Mill Qu.rl.Ue14\ the Beulih
aside his grandiose dreamt. Rather we would this inilysls h will be very, very right commltteemin.
meat the split between Ruiila to building Buck Lidiei' Quartette presented a* third
like to cherish and nourish them with him. De Giullo believe America If hi II 'wrong, be could be advertised
and China by giving the litter la a seriei of progrimi of whit was
But a tart has to bi made somewhere by respicUbllity diplomatic I II miring Itself deeper ind opening the box ta a whole Returning to their seats. for another ,"
the "the lecture
someone. The start should be with \\'h&Is recognition. Nothing 1* deeper Into a hopeless struj- new flock of trouble. term were lisper Tom J. Hirrii.. J. O. u .course
practical, possible and ready the seaport and Wynn (elected chairman). \V, #t. Bird B. .
Under the beading "We But Cuba,
1 I w. Morris aDd, Frisk B. buss .UoldoMrcouncilman
channel. the Banner tarried I story about two sueceiiful -
Brooker Jr. und
Seadade's delay at the county and state were Henry businessmen from Mlnnewt who

government levels has been more than long THE GOLDEN VEARSHe'8 T. E. Klrby.Homeiteid. spent i week In Cuba Intending buy

enough without throwing in what can hap e I firm acreage but decided Instead to pur-
The II Board has had the
pen in Washington. J chile several hundred acres near Homi-
matter long enough to come with a reason- Rotirlini found out irit-
up stead becsuie this better
area "produce a
able decision. It ought to make that decision Going To BeAn bind that the war had taken gifted people Hide of fruit and vegetables, and produce

without any further delay, and let Mr. Udall from ill walks of tile and put them In the more to the acre,"
make his plans accordingly rtnkl. They bid i* guest performer Pfc. S S .

Expert On 1899to Normal Goldblalt, former first OrchciU violinist Detroit (Florida City) resident el-
with the New York Symphony
bowed each other for seals. In the Uliml

Only One More Election I Also on the program wn Cpl. Edwin .courtroom to heir the trial of a number

the clun-np of the Spin- riding In tine company with McWilllimi, acrobatic dancer ind nightclub of their neighbors who created a knockdown .
coming tip to *g* tf ceremonies In clvlllin drag out fight over who hid reserved
this lib American War, the closeout my project) muter
For Several Weeks Nowthe 65 and born retirement In 1899. Whichwasn't rear of a century, and his Until now, Mr. Stephen life Both men were stationed at Home the town hill for a club function two

wen bad year of 1899. ha collected autographs of stead Army Air Field. weeks earUer.SIe's ,
number of elections hereabouts lately I yeir.Miybe. Mrs Stephens encouraged famous people living In 1899,
you cm da something him. She five him a couple glassware and mill piece
become matter for jokes.
has a matter for Jokes, with It, If nobody U of book that were published of furniture mad then Tugboat Kate Thornhill
Please note that we say a hinging around to give you a In k op for (though he says h,'. havinga
not a joking matter. $20,000 eoniulUnt job when him IIDr.hlcof: : minted I In rough time pinning down
Someone has suggested that the, poll you ntlre. Or If, In fact, that )'tat. She wrote lettersfor dates on then), ill aorta of At Home On Docks
workers get together a regular Tuesday lunch you have nothing to do. him to relatives all OMrleeklng ; time-plecri, and any and all
eon special U serve once a week at their pollIng family letters cad small belli.
Wallace A. SUphinm who family Bibles covering the He wanted to gt Into wa-

place.A common jest U, "What do 'We'ote on li discovered ft and will 1899 ritln about July two 1, 1899 pltlod. ; gone and buggies, but has Or At A Tea For Artists
this week tot "With this, I moved !no place to keep them.
years ago. Ha hai been itudy collecting Mr.* Slepheu'.a He did get lots ratlroa'i
Someone suggested' ; chanting Tuesday to tnf It ilnct, and plans to ., "F got particularly in*, and !li now trying to compile |y RUSSELL KAY When hot bossing her gang on the docks
Electlonday. second carter of It. current Resder'i Digest she U quit it horn playing a Chopin
make a tereated In the 1899 nagailn evidence on whit trains ran A story la the
Well, this week ti no exception. this com- "I think oould make some ei, torn of which I found Inbound where, .when and bow fast about TubolK.te Thornhill of Miami concerto or giving let for her fellow'
ing Tuesday is Election Day the day on money with! my rather odd Volume I begin lookIng la 1899. tingles with humin interest and Inipin- artists or for local ud foreign dignitaries.
which Dade Countlans will complete their ball project," ho lay, "and for picture prints other' What Mr. Stephens li doIng ton After separation from her husband iha

choices for the new, smaller Metro Commls I biro no doubt I have that itum.will book and newspapers with will seem like fablum to Mr. Thornhill U probably the onlywomta located In Miami and began looking about
lion. bled upon something 20year the 1899 imprint."Whin some men who irl reining up stevedore boll la the United States for means of supporting herself ltd
In especially urging again to vote this, absorb mi for the next I discovered that to retirement this year, and feature, "The daughter
you the Digest
But t didn't start it ind Written for
Fred with vim vigor are going
tuesday we are pleased to advise that, so far for either reason. I Just got such lain glamor and Charles boys is Boyer were As out to slay some dragona. blest Unforgettable Character I ever Met" Willing to tackle anything, she'

as is known now, you won't have to go to the corbel about whit the world born along with me In 1199. But they might keep it In by Anne U Bowes, it recount the uniting manager of a wholesale reptile firm aid
polls sgaln for several weeks. wn like in that wonderful and that Hoagy Carmichael mind for that day when they experiences ot her mother whose varied played nursemaid to 800 baby alligators
But pleaie don't lit that latter fact lessen yw when 1 wee torn %* and Pat O'Brien got their dla- learn that the dragon doein't accomplishment are *o remarkable, that ii well ai numerous makes and boa con

your Interest In your government A dlnner-table eonvmatlon pen then too I decided I wn want to be ill In, It U difficult to believe that any one strictors. She accompanied them to TV
about President Teddy Roostvolt could experience to much la shows checked rattlers ind cobras to be

was the betnnlrr. It _____,_____..______________n____________ & woman lltellme. sure they were properly defanged.
led to in argument over when single She the flnt to fly
ttoutheirted woman standing oa was woman ever
Grist and Grits h.which became led to Vice the President name otGarret DATES AND EVENTSHistory's the"Thit Miami dock and barking order It with the N.V'cnek Hunt team, the

A. Hobart who preceded tougk kagshoremea Is, I always have to Blue Angel.
..i Sy OLIN MILLER Roosevelt ai rice ,....1- remind myself my mother," states. Mrs. Later she became manager of in *b>
--- dent and was holding the office ScrapbookThe Bow**. craft parts company and quickly became
"19-Ton Saturn Satellite leg one. would be a far In 18D9. ,. Then ihe( iotl,'01'11 to tell how we an expert on cargo planet and their payload
Successfully Launched.- greater hiurd. Mr. Stephens, having lost bellowing capacity
happen to find her there today
Headline. We orbit 19 ton pGn..4 the abe developed
the argument "What do thinkI From this experience
and what de we get '. Eisenhower 11 y I weahouldD't eubject further the next dayand'dlieovered U. 6, Weather Bureau wii created, Feb. I, 1879. _"lIe1.let'"efpnl"" you her own shipping company and built np
Nearer to the mooD, and be quick to con that also inthe ot nude an executive department km paylttg you livestock from
Th* Department Agriculture wi her steel muscled I good buslnes shipping
I" debt demn people for accepting Grinning In response
deeper n gift, u w* tU do It. I* therea year 1SD9 B. Henderson an Iowan rem'wn' of the government, Feb. 9, 1889. men swing Into action Hatches open. Tons the State to South America her planes

la the Interest of conbmy, glass house In the vicinityof *d David of the I VA House Spain ceded Florida to "England: Feb. 10, 1161. Upper et bananas, shrimp' rice and other import returning with cargos of local product

)trel1deD101111I00! baa been Gettysburg. of Speaker Representativt, and Hen and Lower Canada were united Feb. 10 1841. com boiling up tress below deck of the countries she served
turning oft UgU at the e we I distant relative Born on Feb. 11: Daniel Boom (1734); Alexander down the conveyor to the waiting The an unfortunate accident shattered
tferion end whiz
White HOUM aDd Capitol andturning Another Item ta tIIeloa, of the Stephens family. Hamilton Stephens (1812)); Thomas A Edison (1847)., her leg and caused spinal Injury that doctor

the. beat. on.CODJI'.... list love of for proof a son that 1 a*mother'greater''I With that, he was off and The U. S. motto "E Pluribu UnunV was adopted'at 'Hill truck mutual stevedore boa 1* it much contended would prevent her ever'
running. Feb. 12, 1873. Decisions ot the Big Three melting. walling igiln. Determined ch* would not
number of people east thin a wift'a love for her at Rome dressed la in evening gown conducting
A And over the next year he announced Feb. 12, 1949. refuted to remain cripple
law against husband: Otwild'i wife believes Yalta were the Inter-American Music Conference be helpless the
a prohibition*. It her husband assassinated read all\ the book he could A record low temperature for Florid wu lit when which the organized, with heldCjuarterl and through grit and courage managed to
Cigarette such aalaw. find on the period from below zero, Fib. IS,
mistake\ to fut President Kennedy; his Nineties to about 1910. Tallahassee recorded :2 degree la MltmL overcome her h.ndlcap.toga .
hazard uHgUcUwtteny mother feel sure her ion Gay
tealtH 1899.
As great a But always le drifted\ lad
N. IIootI didn't.
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lim iy. February 1, W4 The NEWS LEADER and CUTLER RIDGE-PERRINE POST ,... fI.1

I Nancy Reynolds, Soprano, Is 'Jeanie' Contestant \fx

Margaret Mills] Music

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Ji Club Is Her
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1' Sponsor
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I Mill Nancy Reynolds, daughter chorus. She hss done solo aln,.
of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Garth lug and plans to major in music .
W Reynolds, 230 Indiana Avenue, In college

,:' \i,; !{;";,: <> Die Homestead Jeanie Air contestant Force Base being, I II Her public singing Include

presented by the Margaret membership In the Junior
',' 'f )1Ir Mills Muilc Club of Horn. Chapel Choir In Germany, and I
j \.( I', stead, at the audition and ballat later the Adult Chapel\ Choir, r
the Stephen Foster Memorial as well st soloist for the school
I. / in White Springs, Fla., Feb. chorus She continued her voice
(\ IS. studies at Wiesbaden, Germany,
and performed in "The Mca-
The audition and ball li alah" while there. She It presently .
",.t.; f". given yearly) sad sponsored by i vocal pupil of Dr Paul +. s r'b '
Jj )" .t.. the Florida Federation of Mu Csonlts, noted pianist, teacher
'=tt: '',: tie Clubs, and Jessie contee- and voice coach of Miami She
.. tarts will be presented from sang In the chorus of the opera
,"_,.oj;" ". I ,. ''fto many of the Federated Clubsof "Lakme" recently la Miami
.. .,. the state Miss Reynolds It a soprano
f.7.I / .\ She has chosen "Besutlfulreamer"
Miss Reynolds took her firs .
> at her Stephen Foser
'K'" ,
voice lessons In
Cl'rm.n"dlle ,
number and In addition .
ninth student InRamstelo.
.. a grade will tine "Amella'a Aria" by .
She has traveled ex 't.' I
G. C. Menottl and "Let My
the United II
f AREA MUSIC LOVERS, who offended the Euter.peon's left to right, Dr. and Mrs. Lester Archer of Per tales Pensively( and throughout abroad as the (am. Song Fill Your Heart" by Ern .

i:I benefit performonee for the Perrlne Com* rlne, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Branem of Home fly went to the places to which ell Charles
wunity Library, Saturday night, field or the home tread and Mrs. Roy Smith. (Photo fcy Bryan Donald Lt. Col. Reynolds was assigned Tire John Million. MISS REYNOLDS
and Sirs H. L. Branenburff
of Architect and Mrs. Philip R. Braden Included, ion) t at .in Air Force, officer. president of the MirRsret enters 'J 10 II I.' contest

enef its Perrine Libraryuterpeans She- Is a senior it South- DadeHigh Mills Music Club, have
School, here she Is ae made all necessary arrangements
Calendar I live In student affairs, Includ' for Miss Reynolds entry, Notebook
III the contett.
Musicalet tog the Student Council leglsature -
r i Gives C. A. A., Spanish Club, The winner this year for the
I Of Events Haymakers and the high school first time will receive a cash I by Virginia R. Williams/
scholarship of 11,000 along with .
the coveted "Jeanle" title), to __ _.....___m___..___.._m..mmm"___ _m..mmmm.________
The Philip Braden HomeMr. PAR SOUTH Chapter 131 oi Public/nvitcd : mist In her musical eduesIon. )Ir. and )Ir.. Michael Wol- and Mrs. Webb were college
I In past years, the winner fart of NE Eighth Street, claumatea and taught school
the National Association of Re-
has received a 1500 scholarship
tired Civil Employee will meet To Recital from the Stephen Fouler Memorial left Thursday by plane for together for several years
and Mrs. Philip Braden Baritone Paul Marino and the Gypsy Song from Carmen. Feb. 10 at t p.m In Homestead Commission The four a weekend r '" e e
if SW USth Street wen hosts soprano Jane Coleman each Accompanist for the program National Guard Armory. who theInner's visit, with; Mr, bus Frank Rernerker' has
I b approximately 75 guesta for sang Kilos and then joined to was Prof Llna Maddaford of Monday EveAn ,unncrs-up,' court, will compote\ continue and Sirs. H. returned to her home on Leisure .
[a muslcale performance of The sirg aa a duet Uie University of Miami. XYZ CLUB meets Feb 11 at told Toppelin Drive In Leisure City
10 receive $200
|Euterpeani for benefit of the A preview of "Hansel! and Eugene Poe, president of Pioneer Hall of First Prcsby- organ and piano recital scholarships.Women San Juan, following surgery at Doctors
pmlne Community Library Gretel," the next production of The Euterpcana, was master tenon Church at 10:30: a.m. 10 be presented Monday eve- Puerto Rico Hospital In Coral Gables
The program began wits The Euterpeana, new amateur of reremonlea. Rev Frank Emery will show nlng In First Methodist Church Of Sire. ToppelI. I e e e
,hree numbers by La Quartette, musical group of South Dade, Sirs RIchard Beare, library picture slides of the Bradcn- I. open to the public without I. Sir. 1Vol.fert'.idler Mr, and Sirs James A,
[fomprlsed of Helen Oven den was given by Myrna Shevln, chairman of the Perrlne Wom- ton Manor A calendar birthday charge Miupln\ have returned to Raleigh *
land Frances Whitney, violins Delores Fink and Flora Prtv- an'a Club, explained recent p.rl1'11I follow, Moose Enroll cc N. C.. after a visit
I Margaret Hotter, viola, andlifirilyn In Lerman. progress of the library. It lain LEAP, VIA Dance, The Margaret Mills Music Mr. and with Mrs. Maupln'a parents,
Samuels, cello._ Mra. Whitney, contralto, sang ,, new quarters and larger by South Dade Moose sponsored to Club team, presents organist and Mrs.hire Whitney Helen 10 Members Sire Mar- Mri. Williams Mr and Mrs George Shieldsof
now that other have
group vln Sebeslahave Waldin Drive. Mr. Mm-
bt'nl'tItI'eldt'r Freddie DiPietro
joined the club In sponsoring Mstousek, pianist in recital at returned to their homeIn 'pin was on a midwinter ...
Engaged who was severely burned In s 8 o'clock. The Women' of the Moose,
I It. pre.Easier accident last year. Mrs. Beam, organist at First Chapter 145, held enrollment Omaha, Neb., after a visit cation from North Carolina
The committee In charge of with Mr, and Mrs Frank State University, when lie
Dance Homestead Elks Club Methodist Church and an organand ceremonies Feb. 4 at the Moose
the benefit was comprised of Webb In their home NE Is atudent HI. _If. Is the
Feb. 29 at f p.m. Tickets at piano teacher In Homestead Lodge In Florida City
fr,. Whitney, )1,.. Norman I with Adelaide 15th Street. hire Sebesta former Rita Shields
Eliot Breedings, Wagner Auto Parts has studied Four new members, sponsored
Mrs George Pederson, '- -- -
circulation department of Anderson and Sarah Van by Mrs Frank Delk, were
Jane Coleman
Mrs- Lon Snlf-
Wormer at the Conservatory In enrolled Mrs. Clsr-
Homestead News Leader, Litho They were
fen, Mra Braden and Sirs
Craft Printers and SimmonsBar. Pocatello, Idaho and Is now cure Archer, Sirs Buford Eu-
George Snowden I studying with Arden Wltacre bank Charles Gibson and
at Pompano Beach Mrs.'llrt. Nixon I
InvitntiollsIssucd SILVER PALM Methodist Sire M-touuk, Is i graduate .'r.. Ralph Stevens, senior i _
itf ; Church Circles meet In Februsry If the Bohemia Conservatory oMusle regent, presided. Others taking / J
( u? as follows: Circle 1- and studied a number 01 tart in the ceremony were
h ptr ToHospital Fcb 11, 1:30: p.m. llostcaa Mrs. years under Professor Vlaclhs. Mn. Delk, Mrs. Bessie 11111., '
+ Alfred Buhl, 15901 SW I42nd a graduate of Prague Conser'valery. Mrs. Larry Hunger, Sire Richard _
x ai Street Program Sirs Una She has done concert Wilson, Miss Bobble Beau fyhrt fcetter llmo a'< me In fa hay lialrtryUar }

Ball Merritt. Circle I-Fcb. 10, I work In Chicago, New York ind lieu, M..... Mike Barren, Mn. epKiel treatment? Our tkHled, cxperlencee
pm Hostess Mrs. J. A. Sasser Florida Rudy Danlelson, Mrs, Paul
Invitations have itylliti i Ive) jrtjii Mnmatchaf p rionel rtantlenPAULINES
been Issued AUapattah Garden. Program O'Nell, )lr.. Otto Throckmor-
by i the James Archer Smith Sirs, n. A. Bryant Circle S- Park. AH former resident and ton, Mrs. Charles Spangenburg
Hospital Auxiliary to the second Feb 10, I p.m. Hottest Mr. visitors from Missouri are Invited. and Mrs. Wallace Beaslcy.
Salon of
annual Hospital Benefit George Cody, Bauer. Drive. Bring your lunch and After the meeting, refreshments Beauty
TIll date has been let for Program Mrs Eric Schmidt.! able service were served by )Ir.. er Appelntmant Cell J4W24.M24 N; Kramt Av Hemetteatj
March 7 In Kings Bay Yacht Circle 4-Feb. 11, '.30 a.m. LUNCHEON AND Card Party Beadle Hills, hire Charles Spinenburg I New LarierPacllKlM T letter lerveYeu
Hostess Mrs Leroy Spranklc,
Ind Country Club. A cocktail will be held by the American and Sirs Frank Delk.
15280 SW 268th Street ProgramMra
i hour will be held from 7 to Walter Peterson. I Legion Auxiliary at the Legion
? 8 I o'clock with dinner at eight. fall, Feb 12 at 12:30: p.m.
Dancing will follow with music MISSOURI PICNIC, Monday here will\ be table prizes and

by Mrs.a name Raymond band Criasey is gen- st noon at Homestead Btyfront door prizes Public Invited.Women's 'I NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE HAD

oral chairman of the benefit
t ball and Mra. Richard Schumk:

t i II Invitations co-chairman.are being mailed NewsVirginia SUCH A FINE SELECTION OF HOMES IN

by Mrs. Frank Vellantl and
,.: s hire Richard Conlcy la In
Mr. and Mrs James E. Tice of 16940 SW charge of reservations Mrs. E. R. Williams, Editor

286th Street, Homestead announce the engagement L. Branam and Mrs. Robert WHISPERING PINES
of Mrs. Tlce'i daughter, Susan Douglas are publicity chair

Lucretla Snyder to Airman 2.C Joseph Albert men. i
Profits from the ball will\ be
Berube, lion of Mrs. Julia Berube and the late used for construction of i new,
Arthur Berube of Milllnocket, Maine Miss larger hospital. ESTATESTHE
Snyder is a 1963 graduate of South Dade High/

) School and is now a student at the International IBs l1lJ&:1': rvt o, ,
; Beauty School in Cutler Ridge. Her fiance I ,I" FOLLOWING ARE JUST A FEW OF REAL BARGAINS AVAILABLE

School and is presently stationed with the STUDIO
$17,000 TO $30,000.
644th Radar Squadron at Homestead Air I CE 8-36J2
date has been net for the wed. FlnUe standout. bedrooms 2 bathe All
Flrce Base. No 1295 SW US St. (Pvt Res.) ((1)) BUILT IN 1960 by -o large ,
ding. (Photo by Maitland Studio.) __ rooms are lerge.Two cor garage POOL' N PATIO. Located on a large

------1 1i >/, acre. Wes $30,000 . . . . . NOW $26, 00

Temple Plans ? SAVINGS! ((2)) BUILDER'S OWN HOME Deluxe In every respect. Con bo used as 3 or
i 4. bedroom, 3 bulks, separata dlllllll' large kitchen with built-in break
Musical ProgramSoprano fast nook, Florida Room, ", ) Ir Cond., POOL 'N PATIO, 2 car
Wed. I
Mon Tuei.
I Only .. Beautiful/ / acre with concrete fence. Many extras, Hoi been

Bernice Anapol, ae- listed at $35,000. Now offered at . . . . . .$31,500
' rompanled by Rita Gale on the CUSTOM STYLED
piano will present selection ((3)) CUSTOM BUILT. 4 bdrooms, 3 baths, air conditioned, 2 car carport.
of Hebrew, Yiddish and English .I COLD WAVES .a POOL 'N PATIO (special screening for safety of tots) Located
melodies at a free musical $4.95 and .r /. aero corner. Has a screened area for children or pets. Was $2900.

program sponsored by the up i'I Now offered at . . . . . . .. .$27,500
Friendship Circle of Temple I
Beth Am Feb. IS at S p.m. ROUX or CLAIROL TOUCH UP . . $5.00 k...I ((4)) FOR SMALL FAMILY. 2 bedroom, one both, living/ room, den, etc.
Also on the program will be YOU WILL POOL 'N PATIO and carport. Price/ reduced to .$17,800
Barbara Anapol, who will play Salon :
several piano selections.The Milady Beauty LIKE OURSERVICE ((5)) LUSH "Newport home In nice area. Like new. View of lake and nicely
program will be at tilttempi. So. Miami Heights Center- CE 5-8651 4 il C landscoped. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, sunken Florida room,

.'. music room, 6950 N. 11545 QUAIL ROOST DRIVE''' Fenced yard. A Ir conditioned. Only .$17,200WE
Kendall Drive 'I''I'r


Next time your doctor hands you a prescription, SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS AND THE "PINES"AREA- FROM

, PALM\ PLAZA BEAUTY SALON bond it over to one of our expert, licensed pharmacist $100 to $500 DOWNSOME

He'll fill it as quickly o$ possible, and of course,

A Place of DISTINCTION ,. _, with accuracy you con depend on. WITH SWIM POOLS

, We Invite you to ask your doctor about us!


Special Reconditioning/ Shampoo and Style Set ...$3.00 .

High/ Fashion Coiffures. ..Artistic Hair Coloring/ li: ROYAL PALM I

Silver Blending. .. Tipping/ Member Kendall-Pcrrlno/ of Rotators

Custom Mode Permanenti e',. 806 N. Krone Are., Homestead Cl 76949DIXIE 16820 S. DIXIE tiWY., PERRINE

(near th. Oyster House)
Consultations 16768 So. Diila/ Hwy., Perrine DRUGSNaronja
I CE 5.7740-(24( HOURS)
Fed. Hwy. 7-7140


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Lime Avocado Growers ElectFruit Groves

I Rain Helps ,

Men Pick Officers

Yesterday was ekcUHi day I fruit in U>. area. maul covering the two Induitriea. Grower member, Edward F. But Stay On Alert
ll Bout Dade for irowen I The oeraaioa was the annual) I Mitchell, Edits Breiux end
aid aaadlen of boors u4 i'.. 'Diitrlrt I election .f members Interest was keel' a. the participant Walter Wlppredit If all reelected 1 I
eedoe.BOOM. for the Llm and Avocado Ad. balloted tight aeparaU and ,John DurUIl ,it,
IV of then gathered:mlalstraUve CommllUet. Their, time for aloe members and new.
/li BedlaBd Labor Camp near x>h i It to make recommends alternate to serve on each Grower alternate, Frank See Fruit groves have bees benefited to a treat extent Cbmt J G&nti; CcwtcK
.. At the end ef the i
Hoenealtad U dooM tU uses lions on auth thing gradti. .' committee. .reelected, and ,John Chappie, by lilt .eek'* rain However Inca the rainfall varied I
... of different %arl'tke three and I half hour emlon
h ee e UoM Is the (MniBfyear maturity
W, H. Ryan and Frank Webb, great deal la many areas the grove owner should be
wifl aa.e a direct bearing:;': and container eltei, under Utew were the reiultil A tt
M Ike marketing ef Uw I**,,tile federal I marketing agree. Avocado Committee new. prevent complacency u a result ef this ralnfalLThe "' V ;:
at this tine ua closeoUting
high rate evaporation
--- I Handler member, Harold
1 Kendall: ,i. R. Brooke end especially in lime groves, long before mott ef ui --/J-
Fred ri ".tjr, reelected.Handler anticipate it Adequate toil moisture must be maintainedat
this time, especially In our lime grow, bleb liars the
alternate, Wayne should
i I Although; Infestations are light at thin time grower
SWIFT ANNOUNCES Dunagan and Norman Sutton hcavleit February bloom that most weather growers will can net help" Hiemanne be alert for this Intect, which could give tome trouble at
re-elec-M. and Fred Carle, new. The three days ef moist .
i Lime Committee blooms, aa far .. tll..... It cerxerned. Anlhreenete > this tine of the year.VECITABLI s .
Grower mrmbera, Edna Breaui en the bloom' spikes and flowers H apeeded kf
The Placement Of Their New Dealer and Walter Wlpprecht Jr., moist weather, aa la mildew GROWn should keep dote watch for
n-elctd. and ,Julius Pierce Anthracnote InfeaUtioni on the flower panicles appear aphids, u the weather U Ideal for this Insect to increase }

and ,John DuPoIi, mew at first at minute black or Drown spots ..bleb pad la population on both squash and poutoei. Other crops in
Grower alternate, Robert sally enlarge end cause the death! of flomert. Mildew alto affected by the aphid. Spray program ihould be
JACK CAVESAcquainted Ballard re-eleeUd| FrancliEtott The flowers and timed te eradicate Infestations In the fieldi. F,
whitish powdery
aa a
and W. H. Krone appears
new Potatoes are approaching maturity In many fields but ,ii'
off the itemi.
brown end drop
fruits turn
and R. It. Kinard, who hidHrY.d young
.li to the control of aphids cannot be relaxed at this time al' f''
two bat did Continued protection with funglcldei necessary
yean eo until time
maximum yields
need all the plant growth for
not serve lent )'far.H.ndlr Insure a marketable crop this coming aeaaon.
member, J. It. No ruth to prune trees li needed until all danger of for tine killSquith
Brooks Harold Kendall and I weather li grower should be aware that aphids carry
frost and fretting put
Wit! s.. (tea Steer end Fred Plowaty, re-elected. : Avocado lace bug bu been reported In two grovel.iiartoiiaio. motile virus and once aphids are In the field this disease .
Dede'i Af rktittMrolProblem I certified! former Handler alternates, Wayne' cannot be eliminated from the plant that they Infect. h
.*4 .HI. FyncldeiInieclkldei! Dunagan and Norman Button, A program of clean cultivation around a squash field
I yeon dedicated t. reelected and Fred Caple,I IIll10N DOLIAat 1i to eradicate nab 's hosts li the molt satisfactory controlof

this of bitifteiind /' new. cucumber motalc; however, under our condition, such if!
ore.field. HerbicidesQselifl.4 I a program ii difficult If not Impossible to use Thereforewe
I Weter Soluble More In Study urge farmers to control the aphid ai loon ai an lafeilatioa a :
te icrve '
la noted
needi. lent Food ..TOA000'rr
your Of AgricultureEnrollment i':I ',tauni a: Aphids can be controlled on potatoes with Cygoa IEat
t.ft t. aAr '.2 ... u. _' 'VEGTAlttr the rate of one-half to one pint of material per acre
., I with the hut application seven days prior to barveitThlodia
at the University j' i rANIMAIt fJe
I.,: See of Ftorl.!,'! College of AIT-) ie 'rtOt>uCTf i p p'S BO percent wettable powder at the rate of
yourSwift culture this trlmeater baa In. D .'COTTON.f one pound active material per acre with DO time limitation
dealer creased 10 per cent over last I tXCL LINTIIS indicated will alto control aphids on potatoea.fhoidrin .
fall for the aecond highest" enrollment .' ..oltstus'a: t 2E, utlng one pint of the material will give
JACK CAVES In the history ot the : raooucrl' adequate control on squash and can be applied one day
for one-stop :roll,". prior to harveit.
i Dean K. A. Brooker reporta
The oldest potato fields are being sprayed with
agricultural 4:;S students are now punning WIAINS a.ratPAIATSONS.
SIFTSco& careers I I. agriculture This la ......... .. anenlcali to kill the vines and harvest of this crop will
AGRL CHIK plant food andpesticide a $J per cent Increase since e1tossos start next week
!'"/'_ The highest enrollment w. with to warn farmer that artenlcala should not
214 IItW Etta T.rv.
M record was In JO-JO, with THROUC iUfaS 'IoU 6UI be applied If the tubers are exposed but the use of artenicali -
Hamntoerf 4M ifMkrgraduata itudcata.I UJt. EXPORTS CUMBINtt-American farmers hive been la approved and li life when tubers are covered with
($4.b .nJ DepartCIM777
s service I addition to students.. the assured that markets will be waiting in the coming yean soil aa the material U not tranalocated from the vine to
College of Agriculture, name 42 for all the firm crops they on produce. Newtchart prepared > the tuber
atodente ere enrolled] la the by the U. S. Department of Agriculture projects exporti > e 0

School of Forestry of firmer at a figurt exceeding: the $9 billion mark MANY PALMS used for landscaping: such n Royal

by 1988. Areca palms, Plumoia and ritb-tall palms, exhibit frixtle\
Por hotter, crops e. Agricultural Chemicals by CHEMAORO -- -- -- ---I IIIIome leif and yellowing of the leaves This U an Indication of

manganese deficiency probably the most common deficiency *
Gardening I of palms In South Florida.

This deficiency should be corrected at once Aa application
of manganese, which U available In two formi,
applied it this time ihould help correct this lituatlon.Iloweter. .
(Course Scheduled this material ahould be applied regularly
throughout the Sear along with a balanced fertilizer to

A home gardening courte for moor GvlJweber end Nolan give the best growth and to have presentable palmi.
Made County residents wantingto Durre) associate agenta In the Detailed Information for recommended practices In
learn more about plant culture county agricultural 'III"n" '1 of. this column are available In bulletin form at your Dade
In South Florida will be firs In Homettead. County Agricultural Agrnt'i Office.
offered this sprint, sponsored, Subjects to be covered will a e 0
by the Horticultural Study So.' include plant structure and AN AGRICULTURAL Marketing Impact Team from Iran
[ciely of Dade County function sell of Dade County, visited the South Bade area last Wednesday, Thursday,
11 The eight-week course will landscaping, establishing and and Friday The team led by Prof Guy W. Miller of Ohio
I start( March 2 at Ponce de rnalnUlning lawns, fertillieri State University was
specifically Interested In learningthe
School In controllng
Leon Junior Hlh| plant propagation methods of
Coral Gables, and will\ be held Insect lolls end plant diseases, marketing and handling agricultural com
ll llI successive Monday nights from dooryard vegetable gardening moditlei in our aea The names of the participant ire:
7:30: ( to 10. Registration fee I.a. la and tropical frulta. A field Abdollah Khajcnourl, Javad Motamedl Beta Shaker)
$ trill to two or three large nur- and Mohammad Tavattoll. Each of these four men bolds a
I Teacher will be Louts ,J. aar'ea' or parka' will be a high- responsible position In the government of his country In
II Dalgle, associate county agricultural light of the courae. marketing, storing of agricultural product, and making
agent who has had further Information U avallikle credit available through: cooperative organization They
wide experience In Florida asa by calling, the county hope to apply the knowledge acquired here toward a more
horticulturist and garden airtnt'a office In Homealead or
efficient marketing system In their own country.
teacher Miami, at CI 711 or 6351317 -
Their program U sponsored by the Agency for International
Aialitlng him will be Sey reflectively
-- -.-- ---- --- Development In cooperation with the United
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States Department of Agriculture, several state land-
grant universities (the University of Florida Included), and
several commercial firms.
During their 3'. months tour In America they will
visit marketing facilities for fruit and vegetable In Phlla-

adelphla New York City, Florida, California, New Jersey,
Ii 1 Virginia, Ohio and Louisiana

/f Although marketing activity was relatively light during
their visit they were much Impressed with our efficiencies
and extensive use of machinery, However they were
particularly Interested In the smaller operations which
% were more applicable to their situations In Iran.
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py A new bulletin on roses recently released by the Florida
Agricultural Extension Service la already proving to
be very popular. Anyone wishing I to have a copy of this

Out Gray Leaf Spoton bulletin may obtain one by contacting the Dade County
Wipe Agricultural Agent' Office I In. either. Miami or Homestead.

Tomatoes with Dyrenel! HOW MUCH IS A soil teat worth
To a home owner with a lawn and ornamental plant

.. who has not fertilized in the past two to three months, atoll
Upgrade quality,Inenoo yield and profit Many yean of UM bai proven that Dyrene will CtLn test la of very little value For example, knowing the
barm the foliage of tomatoes and actually #
not kind of grass and the past fertilizer history of a lawn
with f U II-...Ion Dynni program I emoothor finish and higher color Controlled -
spray give you a CO sA>J18 trained personnel are able to recommend the proper
Don't lot dwlruillve dlmmm get a start In your field UU aim show that Dyrene riVet you 1 amount and kind of fertilizer to apply to put life and
tomotooa\ tills woimonl licgtn your Dyrene spray an Incroaaod yield along with thus( higher quul.proEram green color into a lawn that does not have proper growth

early for compluU fungus control. Dyrene Ity crop. and color.
u outstandingly effective in the control of gray So, start your Dyrene apray program fony. i PLAN rO.; On the other hand, to a commercial grower whose
leaf spot| anthnunotw, aeptorla leaf apot, and Order Dyrene today available in handy 4 lb. aflltty 5937 livelihood depends upon a crop a soil teat caa be worth)
botrytla. bag. /worktt 110'THE the coat of land rent, labor fertilizer need and the
expected return from the crop. This could amount, to
FORTY AND SIX-Architect! and engineer of the hundred of dollar per acre.
DYRENE IS EXTREMELY EFFECTIVE ON CELERY, POTATOES AND ONIONS, TOO. U.S. Department of Agriculture have designed a dairy barn For example list eeuon thousands of dollar In
to provide fallout protection for 49 COWl and a family of tit production costa were loll in Dade County where field
....e people. Detail of plan No. 6837 (available from molt state were planted in soil that had too much residual fertilizer.
agricultural college) call for windowless masonry will a Soil test could have prevented these 10.....
CHEMAORO two feet of sand above the ceiling over
thick ai
foot at
It li especially Important In the coming weeks that IOU
fallout radiation to 1/70 of that out-
.Rw r. the stall area to reduce
w"!t'k "..:Ass 'CORPORATION doora. The ban would have Ua own standby electrical tests be made before a crop such at beau ii planted

......'- Dll'ltor. following potatoea.

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"ehruery t, 1U4 The NEWS LIADM end CUTLER RIDGE-rllRINI POST Pete !levee

[ Potato County Agent's Role

'Gold Coast' Is Among

Harvest ChangingServices

Main Agriculture Areas Is Neal-

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Florida "Gold Cot it" got III pan. The lint potatoes of the eta.
IIIml because of the tourist lnduitry > per-.
eon from South Dido fields are

But that, gulden sunshine and All due for harvesting early this I y DOYLI CONNIRCemmlulener
thoM balmy brNMi also mikt large week In the 'glidei east of el Agriculture
three of Florldi'i highly orbanlsei tables U.S. 1.
counties among the rner | Among the changei In the agricultural picture that
leaders In the atate'a rapidly them Lees heavily bit by the recent hive been taking place In recent years li the expansion of
expanding agriculture lit frost than moat other vegetable services by Agricultural Extension Into fields other thin
Palm Beach, hide and Brow ties crop. In the arts, a food those of farm activities
and counties rank fourth, sixth yield of potatoes la expected .
and tenth mptrUvrljr In total three d More recently, with the
this In South Dide
sales of agricultural products In year ( advent of Rural Areas Development
In the etale.Palm brit Last "'HII'. rain and) generally and other -
Beach ranks only be- slate damp and humid. condition!
I deilgned, to revital
hind Polk, Orange and Lake I
counties with their vast e*. lions, are producing mildew In area lEI rural America, the aoUvlUei -
vegetable fields, and farmer, '
of the agricultural

In Department Of Agriculture eritlona were stepping to combat np spraying the ellll'.op... I I If'' _./ agent have been tncreaa

T" Ingly aimed at serving the
Meanwhile, Up prices atlll
Avocado prevailed at area market for I ( needs of nonftrm people
vegetables, the supply of which This new concept ef
lies been cut sharply by the Agricultural Extension la

Itnairy frolt.Tom.tou to serve all the people,
I New Marts were bringing a not just the ftnneri. It

I top; of t8 for 40-pound ear- I I / Itn't exactly I new Idea.
Iy VIRGINIA AMENDT limit production [tons Crookneck squash sold at f 1 But recently It has begunto
In a review of .fl and even $10 a bushel ham- \ take hold and become
but fa a .,r/r./ ./ eel feics federal marketing ( ) per, while pole beam were aell- I. \. '.. really effective
em the feoHomfo ei/wrfi ,,/ on the industry here, leg at $4 and occailonallytUO.
mat,titling Florida aiw "..) turity regulations set < County Agent farmer li itlll the main
Offering w'flllaM all week
the agreement have .lImlne"I at the Florida State Farmer job, the objective! now li to follow through, Into the
When supplies of i product an unmixed bleating Market towns and urban iren.With .
-e short the price goes up The rtgulitloni ..
When supplies are plentiful, to encourage' more all Interested agencies of the Federal government .
the price drops picking and shipping cooperating to advance programs for raising Ue
Your local merchant
Every student of economics keep Immature fruit keep economic levels In rural areas, the county agent now
the economic wheel of
and knows your
every grower -
market. function ai the local contact for plan to develop all
thli. "While three community turning throughout
But does the situation strikes may have Improved he year See hit advert wing In community resources, farm or non-farm
bJance, so that grower ends ass maturity ef the hit newspaper Available to Extension are aU the "brain" resources
up making as much money on marketed," says the of our college and universities,
a short crop ai on an abundant report, "practices Actually, our county agricultural and home demonitritlon -
one? Oftentimes not The price era and handlers "" To agent: are member of the University of Florida
history of Florida ivocadoi U i effect tome el the Faculty Their offices are considered to be part of Ue
case In point ages that accrue university campus,
In I recent Department .( marketing only I
When you take I problem or question there, they
the fruit.
Aarkutrvre stud* en
marketing ef Flerlda evecades What happeni, It At Fair cm get the answer, or expert counseling and advice, ru
4'.: It Is brought out that this: from any of the numerous university department. tiiIL
.. lit years ef heavy crept, A week before a Because theirs li bislcally an educational job, many
gross returns to growers have goes off on a : nine durlllln,.. county agents and their assistants are .lud'lnlor higher
been substantially higher growers and handler Other member ef the Bad-I degreei. In Florida, our Extension Service has one of
than 'In lew yield peace. on picking and the belt records In the South for academic ImprovementSixtyeight
Figure for 1M7-60 show that the regulation ends, land club who wire Youth
cent of all agents and assistants la
Fair ribbon winners Include, per
a 10 per cent chance In produc plies come to market.
Dlckln-l Florida have either completed or are working on maiteri'
lion per capita w.j associated salt la unstable prices Robert Barnum Jay
with a 17 per cent change In thlfUng to lIOn and James Bamocker or higher dcgrcri
---- --
the opposite direction In average Ing, and grower I
price per ton In other couraged to get rid
wordi, when production went supplies before the
up 10 per cent average price further Leaf miners?
per ton dropped only 17 percent It would be better,
and vice verta : suggests, to market
The study conclude that the codoi the last week I
Florida avocado industry lotion la in effect
should concentrate on ways of Grade ,,, ,
Improving demand for the fruit II come In for same
rather than going after In the USDA report. /
higher prices by trying to td primarily tl > Nfu

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Tomato, potato," ind watermeloN
growers find these hard,to,kill ln"

/ l- sects no match for CYGON the
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: "f rt Insecticide with ill then Important

ft 17h .. W I, advantages.. Good Kills on residual contact activity

',4 FIGHT BACK I IDt the Systemic plant action from Inside

Low In hazard-no special
protective equipment needed

//i/2' Economical -low rates give
effective control

mm mijcontrcls Use

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urc peactratesffie feafto 1iI1caf f miner larvae adults too!

Here's a Broad Spectrum Insecticide Minutes after yon spray with DlBROM 8 Emuliive leaf miners vfll be dead er ICINSECTICIDE

right to harvest dying<.eon larvae that bare wormed their, way'into plant tissue.This same
you can use up
DIBROM schedule wiQ also clean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects.
..,at planting time to protect poll
and lon.1a. tin ef abort residual We DlBROM 8 Emulsive U leu harmful beneficial
Now you can give your crop positive Became Ha toes from the ravages of lest

protection against Dntophila,leaf miners,hornworma, insects. It'. safer than most organic phosphites. miners, aphids, leafhoppers, flea
phida and mite Use Guthion,the single chemical in beetle larvae and WIREWORMS, tomatoes
Mdldde with long residual activity. I It mites readily with water, and is compatible with moat from leaf miners.

GutMon la economical It b absorbed into the foil insecticides and fungicide. Se if you VOW tomatoes, Your dealer has CYGON and THIME1

age where it will not weather away.Fewer application watermelon cucumbers -set him today.c .
peppers, summer squash er
are required so you lave on insecticide costs. :::::: CYANA6'AMERICAN D
la tale to foliage and finish and will not cause soil celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back

residue build-up. Iainalleaf miners this with CYANAMID
And now, you can safely spray right up to the day DI B RO M COMPANY

you pick because Guthion requires no Interval to hue "Helping lAe World Gnu Dttttr"Pn 5180 Peachtree

vest. Protect your tomatoes this season spray C HEM A 0 R 0 CAUrORNM CHEMICAL COMPANY.Otroot... Industrial Boulevard

Wlt.hGuthion. eat ,"I ( CORPORATION '..M reef.oMM..nsaaee Chamblee Georgialun"'y

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- ......y. February t, W4 .. .<. ..0... kwLkR KIOSK.PIRRINI' POST Few

I Rebel-Tide. Tiff Touch-And-Go- ; Beach Wins 63-58

Ye .
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ly SAM ItNECKSONIn the top'scorer, Bob [)owllna.He. bucket and losing the Fishing Column On Page UWALTER

the fashion of David and II .., Owns They to the scored Tides only 1} la.. ffboundl'j Champion Capers Stage Basketball Exhibition I I

Goliath, be South Did Rebels But the "hcivy gum" could, ant third.
amost slew! the glint Ui>ket- n't stop the Rebels In the second I
bill team ((12-0)) from Miami period. Bill Blackburn Pitch Of iKllemtiit I
Beach In I touch,and'go battle sunk the bill for a total of 18 The pitch of excitement was
hit bad the Tides oa their points before the end of the high In the final Quarter ai
toes from the second period to half, And Cal Burdick added Cross, Burdlck, Loveland and w
the end of the time which to the high pitch of excitementfor Blackburn played brilliantly to
ended In victory for the conference in additional nine points score 19 po nil. The Tides were I
V leaders, flJ 58.N Jeff Cross, ,evidently "off hit only I one point ahead in the i .
t feed" tested In i couple of fourth, fighting desperately In LEVER LEVER
Serious Threat field goals to give the Tides the final minute to keep the
Confident that the Rebels .
bill from the Rebels
the edge, 81-28. away
. were no serious threat, coach Schwartz, Cherner, Aacott and 12-A 12-A
.tJ Chuck Fleldson deployed bit tinting Bell Dowllng were the "four horse 'es+ ....
" second-slMngers to handle the But the Beach boys wouldn'tbe men" who whined across the
court action! In the first period. denied, They put on plenty court with amazing speed to
r But the tie.aeore situation of stesm following the half. spread final disaster, They kept r
(14-14)) convinced the Tide men- :time rest giving Polling shootIng -,the lead and won one of the
tor that discretion wu the bet opportunities that broughtthe mOlt surprising (to them) contests
ter part of valor lime to I slullng boll In ot the season.llackburn ,
lie moved In his heavy barrage the third, leaving the Rebels WEISS
i Including' Aim &bwirU, trilling 43.39, Stirs
l' alx-footer, Rickey Ascott and The Rebels' were missing the High scorer for the Rebels
-- was Blackburn with :81 points. DEAR SOUTH DADE RESIDENTS
ron roe In the high column, too, was
Burdick with 17. Cross, who
WALTER WEISS hoe tarred ui w.lIl.. the
got Into action late In the game
h scored nine point trailed by past, ha will do It again. Now please ga out
4 Loveland with seven
The Rebels capitalized on 20 Tuesday and VOTE for WALTER WEISS. Pull

aF fouls charged against the Tides
Later 12-A.
for 12 points; the Tides scored 1
nine points on 18 cilia againstthe V 7N
Rebels, Thank you,
...: L .A
I, L. "Johnny" COTTON, JR,
1.J.1 Basketball A HURRICANE BLOWS in I South Dede High In the persons of Bruce Kelt,

boiketbell coach, Rick lorry, lei shooter and John Dimple who gave an exhibition Pa M. Adv

Standings ; Paul Worley, Rebel cooch and Lea Martin, athletic director. (Staff I .

Photo by Don Phifer) 1- Read 'I lie Classifieds
Southern Dlvlilon
Cont. All .
Gm. Cm. Pti
Miami Beach 11' 0 14- S 1149
I 1
Hialeah ,. a u. I 1022
Chris Cot 8. 4 10.( 8711
Arch Curley 84 10- 5 914 COMING SOON
Key West 7-7 9- T 1004
\ fJ Palmetto 6- 6 a144 .
, Jackson 4-1 6 to 944
!Southwest 4. > 5-9 7C7
Coral Gables 8-9 4-13 879
fi South Had 112 :2 -13: 111
t Miami Senior 141 1127 I
Coral Paih S-ll 617

New EntriesIn

r Baseball)

tI Golf PlayoffNew Qt

entries In the 24th annual
National Raa UII Play I
ers' Golf Tournament Feb. 20-(
23 bring the number of active
major leaguers now signed to '

22. SOUTH BADE 1964
Tournament Director CeorgJacobus
I :+ announced the entryof "'
"i"iI aBLOCK outfielder Bob Allison, Minn I
meta Twlni pitcher Tom Che
ney. Washington Senators; I
Jackie Brandt, Baltimore centerflcldert -
Al Widmar, pitching 4\4\ The
coach of the Philadelphia Phil
heal and Clem Lablne, former r ___
Dodger pitcher, News LeaderPost'sAnnual
The 72-hole, medal |ilay event -
will be staged for the first I Mail-
time this year at the City of
I Miami's UJuene rouise. '
I Already entered are four- Away Edition
time champion Alvin Dark, ?
ATTEMPT ii mod by John Loveland, manager of the San Francisco
t Rebel center 01 Miami Beach Tide forward, Neol Gland Don Cardwell, Don
Welk makes off with the boll In the second period Schwall, Virgil Trucks and El-
of Frldoy "''ght'. game ending 63-58 for the roy Face, all of the Pittsburgh
' (SlotI Photo by Dan Phifer.) Pirates John Itoseboro, Lee You Can
Walls and Lee Scott, of the
U>s Angeles Dodgers) and
many more j Read About:
I'm happy. to see that at
/3 (leant 15 of these player have

never been In a tournament be-j QJ
Tore," said Jacobus. .It'. a I
healthy thing to have new fae-j I
es In there." ; Area Growth
The former PGA president
predicted that most ef the lour :, a
I I namrnt "regulars" will be sending :
In their entries within the I
THIRI'S MUCH ado about BILL HOLLADAY, Palmetto next week I
Cssilws Clay and his sudden eager: who walked out on One of South Florida's big : .
announcement of allegiance the Panther' basketball team Beat sport attractions, the event ., i'
to the Black Muslims.As In mid season, sums up his ll free to spectator. 3
far i! wo cm determine decision with the observation"It
thit'i City's persons busi wasn't fun anymore" State Anglers 1
ness We're presently concerned lie said lots of other things
is to its effect on the but they're confidential One May Gel New
box-office "Uke" it the MLiml salient point, however, Ii that .
Beach Convention Hill. a difference of opinion with Moat RampsFlorida's
According to Publicity Director coach Dale Collins seemed to I a

Julian Cole, "no hinge on whether Bill chose fresh water IIher'l r t..
noticeable change fur the to be a playmaker or star-
men will find a number of new I
worse In isle to the world maker
fight his been observed"Well BOB TOfKI, champion golf boat ramps they end start launching fishing Siteswhen this Real EstateEntertainment
thst'e good ne.'s to pro. ,Informed us that he'eoff
spring.. The ramps are available
kill/ McDeneld whose million- to Phoenix, Ariz., to act
for public use and were
dollar gate guarantee hangs at commentator at the golf made '
possible through en acceleiated -
i In the bilince. McDonald'. tournament being staged
access program
own comment on the "re- there. And there's reason to of the Florida Outdoor Recreation
voltln' development" (ai believe he'll be on deck for Council, according to John I y .
Schnozzle Durante would say) the lame job when the Doral Woods, chief, fisheries division I a
Ii couched In simple, dispassionate Country Club 150,000 open Came and Fresh Water I and
terms: Let'i get on get under way In March. Fish Commission
with the I'm Interested I I
The new rampi are located I Recreation
In the ring not rallies" KICK-OFF IVENT for the as follows) Lake Stella In Put
Conjecture whether Clay's upcoming bike races In nam County Peace River In M _
outburst will affect the odds Homestead according to Hard* Countyt Conaenratlon I
and see more support for Gtorgt Fkhfer, bike club Area SB from L-67 and 1,29
.$.nny Litton appear to be prexy, will be a two-wheeler In Dade County) Lake Paneeofkee -
doubtful. The most recent report race between Mayer Richard' In Sumter County Other. I
of the oddi still bas It (Dick) Coni., of Homestead ramps under construction or I
at 41 for Urton. And Clay and Mayer Joe Temsisl of on the drawing board are located ,
gallery ie ample every day. Florida City. The winner sets on the Eicambla River In AND MANY OTHERINTERESTING
Although baton Is picked the Mayor's Cup If any other Escamba County: Chlpola River .
to flatteD the contender somewhere mayors In Dade want to compete In Gulf County) Lake, AND
between the fifth and contact George: Swoopo In Polk County Mar !
eighth round, there are tome e I e ney Pond In Glades County and ON THE NEWSTANDS AND ENLIGHTENING FACTS
dopectere who Insist Clay can 10TH South Dade and Miami the Wlthaloochee River In THAT ARE
work down to 221 to Beach RESPONSIBLE
pounds capers got a rare Sumter County,
Llston'i 225. treat at Friday nlght'i game Since the beginning of the i iboat FOR THE
"Don't sell Csului short"U with the special! appearance ramp and public access ,
the warning. He's young, of Rick Barry, potential All- program, the Game and freak GROWTH OF SOUTH
fast, determined and owns i American; John Dimpltr Water Fish Commission has
lethal left paw Anything and Deuce lisle, coach of the constructed 119 ramp. on 83 DADE COUNTY
tan happen In a world fracas University of Miami Hurri bodies of water In 45 conn-
and usually does I canes. tics, i

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Sunday, February V, ",.

t ......... .. ." .:'1"I AerojetTo Lives Of Two Captains Saved -

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f Use Parachute Packers Learn EF

HugeNozzles Real Value OfTheir.. WorkTwo A

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r' M I Tighter Interceptor packed by him In this period
Squadron captains from Homes Five had to be need and none On The '
stead Air Forte Bate recently malfunctioned. rl
'rt_ Rocket noulei at heavy asa I found It necemary to VM pan.I Ualdon agrees with lilt staff I' 6'
Aw .5-p.*. nrer but and Ileut chutet packed by B/8gt Prince of five men that a majorityof Air Base I
I work
of the the parachute they
Maldrfn Jr., supervisor
will be thin
a* large I /lu
be uted. However
with will
18th Field Maintenance Squadron never lyMri.PotJonklPhonei
ped to South Dade for the
deerloped parachute ahoy they now appreciate the
260 Inch rocket being
Aerojet General The offlceri developed en* adage "you never know the 3365239ed a
here.Tipping :lint trouble while flying F- value of a parachute until II
Corp. 104 Slarflghtere. Both "hit the there la I need for one,"
the scales at about .
Henen 91.1 per cent Reporta reveal IJI
ulna toni etch, the nottlei :Ilk" and landed! safety Management IJf'
flawlemned In auch
personnel management area
Jamei K. Milner Quarterly
Captains '
will be nearly 24 feet long
'and Luclui 0, Evans exprewed honor for 19th Bomb a* military and civilian offen-
and approximately IS feet their appreciation to Malden Wing went to Uth Combat De ace, traffic violation and keep-
In diameter.Mort f'f
A. of the construction far I "job well done" fence Squadron, according toLL log appointment with other

material will be of lightw.ight I Meldon who la 83 year old, Col. Carlyle Rick, director iax egenclea.
The 28th Bomb Squadron and
hal been packing chutes for of comptroller,
able to withstand
plastic I mare than 13 year Aa eitl- From Oct. 1 through t>te. SI, the 823d Medical Group icnr- t
more than 5,000 degree I mated 4,000 chubs have been Combat Defense Squadron scar ed (4 per cent to there second ,
temperature lce.
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To be ahlpped to Aerojet' I
Y South Dade plant by the I Win Aware I II
Thompson Ramo Woods Students Capture MSgt Sanford I, Cohen won Ii I i

ridge Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, the llth Airborne Mlmlle I
'T5' the noulei will become part I Maintenance Squadron safety
of 80.feet.long rocket motor suggestion contest In f>etoem.
which will be loaded with Of Awards her and joined with M/Sgt
propellant here and fired In Variety George P. McAndrewe for January
static bats at the alte southwest \ Ic "' honor.
of Homeikad. I In December, Cohen turgeit
The $21 million plant facility Mays High School students ed painting crosswalks at
will go Into operation thll have won a variety of awards Homestead AFB'a post office
tprlng. in agriculture art and sports i Mays and credit union

First full-acal. firing will In recent weekt. I A spacer block mounted on
POSING FOR PICTURES to promote Homeittod't blcycfo safety routes ". be In late 1904, according to Th. new Farmers of America hanger door to insure safety
Councilman Jams Gooding and Moyor-Councllmon Richard Conloy who arc an official releate from Aero- chapter at the school entered High when opening them wa submitted

seated'In the "ediceb. On the left It George Filehtr of the Hometfeed Bicycle jet'a Sacramento headquarter exhibits at the recent Dade by Cohen and Me Andrew

Club and an the right it Jim Hayes, director .f Information for the Bicycle In* County Youth Fair and memo In January
trlfulo of America. Hayes plant to circulate the pictures throughout the United ben won the following award: 'cnte of the 19M Ram football Prejecteer Award

States to ihow other cities Homttteod't idea on bicycle 10.t,. Farm Production Tommie ShtckHford and Robert In team, wit awarded the SM/Sgt Letter C. Stafford
Toomer, first place WFUN-Colgate tackle award 19th Armament Electronic
Value SoaringWhile flower arrangement Simeon for the ,ear. Cues, who made Maintenance Squadron,
Six Clubs To Participate Kemp, Chtrlee Will point. El- successful tackles during the presented the "December Pro-was
Florida' farm population vln Thompson, Chance Moore season, It a Junior and it alto Jecter" award of the Base
nay be decreasing, the /Im and Calvin Jackson, second active In basketball and track. NCO
For Civic portance of Itt agricultural GIANT ROCKET NOZZLES and third place award In flow. Academy Association -
Joint ,
Speaker production keeps soaring (bottom part of photo er cutting. Trick Star Mefford received
Dr. Cecil N. Smith, agrlcul- ) at heavy at a 45- Henry E. Campbell and Hubert a plaque for
Red Brown his
Johnny ( Dog) a effort and leadership In
tural economist with the Unlvtrtlty passenger commuter but A Thompson are edvltor -
Meet Has Tips On Success of Florida' Agricultural and at large will be built to the chapter. junior recently mi for awarded outstanding a trpohy per the the Eagle iMoclition't bowling team,

Experiment Station, reports for solid fuel rockets to ba Award far Art "ormance In a summer track Airmen ef Quieter
.. that from 1949 to 1900, Flora
tett-flred this year by meet at the University of Mlml. A/2C William B. Wlnttead
Tip on business success from alone of the mOlt effective ida had a 78 per cent Increase Aerojet) General Corp Alexander Pope, a lenlor at Jr. hat been named
one of the mOlt successful Ins spokesmen for business In the In IU cash receipts from farm May, won second place reserve OutitandIng -
Silt ef the nozzle it IIlutirotad The gold and walnut trophy Airman of the Quarter October
duitrltl In America nation todiy. marketings This exceeded
enterprltet was award for his art
by the outline was for being the high scoring to December
19(3 for
Dancing 'ill follow the ads ,
the lamed Du Pont Co. only by an 85 per cent ins the Miami Charity HorseShow
of 0 man at bottom athlete In hit age group, 17 the 823d Medical Croup
will retch the of drew
fin In Arltont.
creed rover content, with a
+ He scored IS In three
pointt Wlnxtead
j right, It airman In chargeof
homestead area business and prim of $10.
professional men sod their a 1 I event air evacuation activities at
Pope co-tit editor of the the baae
wives Tuesday Nazarene Revival school yearbook, the 1964 Ram;II. NFA ProgramThe hotpitahWinstead
was chosen for the
To Build Laboratory I I. drum section leader In the
The occasion will be en ads Gould Chapter New honor by I board of senior
dress by James Q. DuPont, May marching band, and a Farmers of America, presented NCO of the hospital taff.
great great grandson of the Plane have been announcedby member of the track team. After an In the
Key factor In hit
founder of the DuPont Com- To Begin Tonight Dr. J. R Reckenbach, director graduation he plane to enter Mays auditorium. Purpose was were duty performance
of the Florida -
Agricultural Florida A, and M. Univer-
pan, to show the combined Indue- ty, military bearing and
Experiment Station, for ally to prepare for a future per-
trial, esthetic and useful valueof tonal
A Nazarene for 28 appearance
An unprecedented I Jelnt I pastor the contraction of a 1212,000 career at a commercial artist trees In min't
lirherlni' ef membert ef sire year who hit traveled from pesticide residue laboratory on Honor Oraduit
Hemeiteid ores clvl clwbi, coast to coast In tvangillitlc the University of Florida cams Player Mortared life. A Hnmeitead baaed Air

end their wives, will heir work will lead the revival opening put. Samuel Cilei, captain of of- Training Command instructor
him I ipetk at TiM a.m. at tonight at Princeton Tourist Bonus recently reverted to student
the Hemeireid Air Feixo I. r 1 .tl IVr Church of the Neiarene.Ha status for a month and was

a.1I Officers Club II Rev, Aia Sparks of Book' Not Work graduated with honor.
The clubs Include ClvlUn, Naihvllle, Term. Service will i' 1 laU cj The Weehel lie It 8/Sgt Oran W. L.
Homettetd.Gallther Lions, Red- be at 7i30 pm. dally thll week fr Of Chamber UnitThe Duncan, 3190 Field Training
land Lion, Optimist Kiwanis excepting Monday and Tun- Detachment
and Rotary JAM IS 0. DuPONT day, concluding next Sunday A professional Air Force Ins
"Ptltern for Suret'.." will be He Hit Tips night Better Business Dirlitonat ttructor, Duncan earned academic .
the topic of DuPont'i address. "'fl. Sparks will lead the OCR the Mleml-Dtde County honors In the jet engine*
He will develop 10 bade Institute of singing and direct the choir ] Chamber ef Commerce has announced conditioning and vibration anaIjier .
Technology, Du- that local firma
point on' the 'butlnett com.PUI" Pont hit been tuocltted with Their ton, Jonathan will ling letters of Invitation receiving to III. courie at Chanute AFB,
which hive guided Du solos
Pont from a one-man operationin the firm tlnce burin 1940. hit ftmlly't Th. teen'tgtrt of the Princeton participate In a "tourlit bon I Duncan scored a 92 In hi*
1:<12 to the great enterprise name church will be In charge ut book" are cautioned that final grade In the 120.hour
It U otdiy Ht will attempt to Although a trained electrical of the ttrvlcet and will provide lY Jilt It not an activity of the course and maintained an excellent
ihow that there It no secret engineer, he hit devoted much music each evening Tourist and Conventional Council efficiency and conduct
formula for In time of the Miami Dade record In
success any aloes 1948 In speaking to Coun'l training
builneii large, medium or employe groups at well ittch I ty Chamber of Commerce

imill. I oil, service organizations City CouncilTo .eurr BEST In (iiulng the announcement,
A native of Johnstonn, Pi, and conventions throughout the SHOKCI John G. Proctor, executive dl. lAilFor
and graduate of Mttiachutettt United States He it
recognized rector of the
Consider nV.ASA SPARKS division, titled
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1'1111.111' that firms In Dade County are

BEGIN YOUR DAY ApplicantsTop form being letter mailed on "tourlit mimeographed coua
].R. Jr. -I
High r 2L ; ell" ataUo"l')'. Your Cor

WITH A PRAYER Top vacant applicants police for chief Homestead's post.tion Has New TeacherA 0I Attempt to reach this orcanlutlon. -
operating out of a
will b. presented to the post office box In Kendall, G&LMotors
City Council within two to new member of the Cutler
been futile. No have.
three we.kI, City Manager olar Ridge Junior High School faulty found of the person .
'--- Pearson reported Monda,. U Frederick William ,. ( Vi Mil. No. of Princeton
the letter
at "regional district
I "ran, who /It teaching seventh Dixie. Highway
S It screening the 10 grade baale education. director
PRAYER1 men who hive applied and will, Originally from Ohio, Trait
arrange council interviews with attended Oberlin High School
the two or three he believe belt and received his bachelor' decree

Prayer the Week qualified for the post, be ttld from the University of

C1141- Rtv. Earl Hockett Acting Police Chief Billy I Miami. Ht was president of
[ [] he Wesley Foundation and *
St. John't Wlmberly does not want the member of the University Ski "Serry nliter-'ut mf sales weal aflew M U accept tips nim
Episcopal Church job on a permanent basis bee Club. a dhas'D
cause it would demand that he .
Feb. 10 to F.b.16 move within the city limit" the
Courtesy of Mon thru Sun. city manager aald. I
Wlmberly'i ton attends a MI. l
o e O o 0 0 o e
@ ami school for the blind and toDECORATE
<1noDl.J traniporttton from Homestead Bay 77out oar.a '
would prove hardship, hi ex a. v
( FUNERAL HOME ) plained.
The post of police chief hit youome? -
been vacant since Pearson fall 0C
HOMESTEAD FLORIDA I .d to reappoint William (Red])

Gllletpl In December

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I Electric Water Pump on 1"1 Sherman
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I 2-A Cemetery loftMemorleli II Melt Help W ntte1 21 Si.cieJ Service b. B'jtlneii Property 40 Hornet For Sol 40 Homes For Sets

Elementary Legal Notice 1 I Homeiteod Are meileot Are.

COUNT help Immedlit. ANYTHING tleim clean FOR SAL retsonable, commrrclal -
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PTA Tollcnr' 1 TO 4 cemetery Iota WlamMernorlal openings\' no experience needed wheeli aligned and balance building In the hear redecorated- eiriioiri, 100 n. lot. ,iic ear:). tC3 D'4! EllA financing, J.tHtdrm. .
Blvd. ClUes Service 7THomestem of Key Largo Write P. 0
for iteidy year aroun ., 2 bath, lla. room
Park Kendall roomfruit
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or TH CI 1.1MMMIAMI are work Many company benefit Blvd. 247-4388 __lion, 4187, Homestead, Ha. port i lees awnings and, utility landscapingbacririre 1 utility rrn.. carport, uprlnkler,
{Ilk JUDICAU CIRCUIT IN AND and opportutincfment. for ad fenced Price $19,100. By ap.
toll DADI tOUNtY.: 5WaIDAIN ADD I NfJ MACMINISTypewriters ": MOTEL on the Ke>'i wlunclIt price of tlO.&U:
About Safety CHANCiny.NO Memorisi(Park I buriai; l Apply your new used, rebuilt pool Bargain it S3flUH with itibktanUal down pt> point only Cl 7-4080.
faitle 11.1"1
VIVIAN BnuWN. .ir tntUVtA IM I spaces:101.0315 SIlO ca, cash or term ert Royal ... .- / Bought\ Mild: rented w/MOX! dn Ph 8A2-MM7 inenl. Tiber, Realtor, W $900 DOWN, hit qualifying, I-

r-UMLOW. I mechanic, mus Aulhorlred Remington Sain _labs. Or Florida City bcdrm.. 1-baih stove" It re*
ly MARY SIMMON Pisi.Ulla, I 4 Coin Collecten know; tranamlmlon crnrraori service euppllei S. Pade 0 f. 39 Fermi ft Land Per Sole NIW 3-bcdrm., cxcell com frig cor. lot CI 7-6378.
": hsv flcl Machines 1234 NKrome 1
The Parent Teirbrr AUK YlGiNlA5UNAN \ loots.alternators I.nIOZ SoKrome 1 Ave Cl i Re: 5M dn, take up sWmlli.14
cliUon of Perrlne ElementsjSchool .*< VINimt O. A COMPUTE service for coin own BY OWNER, lOirre grot'iI2250cre. : 30321 40-A Homes For Solo'Irri..Cwll.rS.M.H.
BRAN AN. tor lntlwM( rollpctori .Investment Iota. I pair all maku.OOSCKEIPINO : (1 7.3270. PI, Lefture City Cl 76MK.
will meet Tueiday .t A. K. IIU.CIKNU"NtII' singles, rolls, proof ted, ,old Uaniail -- --- .
Sonic' for '
LUCT Number 8110. $ I
I pm ta the school ttfelolum MART N. SLoe fa supplies, llomeiteid Coin So Did IV OWNER Sicr oring OWNIR transf. bedrm. !J.
UN, "" bunlneii -
m biifrirtj '
nell ..4 LAN< I.t Nails. Exchange 1336 N, Krom EXPERIENCED AdvrrtlslnMlcaman County, Your office my prove It house on BodIce bath house in Leisure CIt I IIPSO. ')'.. A LIST of the late.t VA reuleiiukt
A. ntRD ... alms ha. Tel. 248-0612, Otea 10 .to 0errepi to tell idvrrtliln home Pick up book sen'Ice.) Rd Coolant Mrs. (Gaul I8B1 rlred for quIrk '111!. CI receded Inrludei houses

The progrim will eon slat ot H. ADDllMIN <.4 Nklli.tlonAHiM 5undl" In Miami Mutt have car' lt Yeller CI!: 1-86/1'/ SW Wiind St. (Silver I'tln for only 1100 down Call a.
i ipeaker from the florliHlghwiy LOUIS ADUIKON.Ml kALTI.MORI .f High eommliilnni. Apply al flr ) --CBS for location South Dixie
1MK bcdrm
trlftl 7 Lost & Found The New Leader 15 NE li lOGIN! 11 tint time 6ft IMALL IIn .
Patrol ind a aatelf TUer cx M.) Realty CE a 1816
llomcitrtd.URVIcTttitlon 39.$ Ac....* fenced I 4 tcre lot. Cl 7-8278 _
Road '
PANT kl mttMOITMARYLASOl there alter 238-1841.
PTA --
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lira be observed followed bY'' LAND, 1HKVfcNRI COMPANY IIKI Bov'i red chrome attendants 4m.cbanlna HAND knitting!, .",..Imtt; LUCKY Number 6072. bath home. carpet-,
A 1 1/4-ACRI trait with lbout&
j fenderi aide baakcti. Reward full 1 lime Immedlate Clll Ct 7-8908. .". Nice .
rrfmhmenti. : THE OLD llnmcilead:8-roo-nt' re* area near shopping -
; of hardtop frontage
I O'S.ids *.spasali.a ('f 7-RR21 cipenlnRi( 'Pertine B.H :
..4 sash of tli. .b..., 'menf IP YOU have a liwn problem fleer high school and Clemen 7-apti Kxccllent heroin cU 2380451.
Rotary CtrapbeokiTbt i : .i.s.d D fwif)*.U. Illtikf ', 12 Femee! Help Wented plo CE> 8-1341, 482, Pcrrine Ave yellow srasi, It may due tarp school; thrt'l1'1'111., property, center of town IVILDER baa taken 2. modern
d..d.tisip .
kkl II
,,",rlllO. Terms by owner 3
Ready to build Cash
on. or
\ Perrlne Rotary Club 1. .sspeUsa ..In. lo t fungus condition or homea In trade 3.bedrm. 1-
compiling icripbooki In JIlt.! 55,0., .., ....1_ ... AUTO insurance underwrite TRACTOR mechanic, expert could be i root problem IIr terms By fmnpr. rt 7-HffMt I SW lUSt.j'h.Cl HSI8.I bath each lIlA tat $12.&00
., ., llfoai. *r4lMhrr i fully experienced. Prance enccd. All around welder doe-n
: $700 M7mo.
unit EiTit/ilsooO $ ,
tiirt form about Did Couny inc ... tnal.e5 tit Implll: \'ml'nl. 482: PcrrineAe Call Art Tibbcli, CI T-1I2 both. To hail i nice lawn- 40 H.", ,, Per Sele TO seTTLE dow See OYi:1: It 1134 8W183th
cl.ln.nit rl lai im-| dial for apeclilUt CE: I S. I spacious CBS 8-bedrm., 3bath.
Anyone having tny picture CE $2341.UAUTICIANS a Homeitead Area
IsO kr. UrNtk w 51.5 for IntervIew Growers Equip Den, llIng room w : St. Sign on property
they would like to donatePerrine on IH .., til Ik. .he.. |5named 1 Attractive bent Co. \\11I85. fireplace, 18x40 Fla rm 3 : tm-ll *
CBS 3 ,
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1ft, .I Ik* 4 imf iiis*nr sail 5hsn.IssSia poiltlona In new talon for 11. INCOME tax prepared' Ra ATTENTION Military Personnel acre ot ground. S mln drlvi like new price $11000. 11330

....,..*. t I rented bcautlclani, Mutt have 14 Mole & FemsIs liable reatonible Ce I. gn. : We hive th. miKter lit to l JWeth lo-mln. drll'ti SW ISTth St., S. Miami hits
I. Ihl. (S.apiuist.D.f.saI.s.. I flair' for ityling hair Top W..tlclRIAL and hers for VA a\ EllA reaalei to r CE 83972.
guarantee >etr around. Dr-pl Help I LAWN Service real prlrei I llomeiteid !Exempt t.r.1

TO YINCr.JfT o. t!l !>*. I More Ib Apply at Bur.dime' one eaU doei it ill. CE B-184 taxes paid for 1964. SICK l-BIDDM. bouie. tile bath fHA rnaTe, T bedrm78-bath'
Ph.M: CE 3-85J1 5. ressed Oadelind Store per uTAh Urenieei new down payments and monthlpayments !), port. $1,000 dn, $42: mo. C corner fenced yard, carport

5. A. K BIACKIWItir an4 tonnel office 10 A. M, to 12 or old-timeri Earning poor SADDLE New and user low n $70. Wi in 7.7578.i1)bbM! built-in kitchen. Only MOO

MARY M. HLACKil'KK. hIff" ..I ._noon daily.COOK. old.Umt'. Earning po. Sunset Corncri Shoe tKirnem located lust outside the Ilos ., hb.tle CBS, awn. dos-n. Ear Lacy, Inc., CE 8-
... .. 7052 Gallo
locil laterett tin call Dr. D.le l lFlUit ,. *. H. 5mb.ADDISON ,.koo..4 IX>0IIE experienced or "III vtlopment Sales, Inc., full N way Rd. Rentlr tffl5_873, phil gate to llomeiteid Itt: Ingi, fenced yard, Ideal foi 5803. :04MI So. Dixie, hay.,
tt CE r&51. : ADIH80N his, mU Krome Ave. See Mr. Blackstone ., base Carmine Real : rcUred couple or small lam opposite Rlrhird'i Dcpt
....... .-.... train, mutt have traniporttlion. now.IALISMIN. MACHINE repair Brokci Homestead 336281] More en 1)8) I.
Apply Howard John II '. $10,800. Assume $7800
.. mm IYRO seE .' .JlCHI or CE a-400I.
The icripbooki will b. Ult'd A. .vxn. ill .ii*. k.*.Mt..M lon'i 10201 S. Dixie llwy for Fuller Brush' Free checkups or all make: tnt,., $3300 dn or new .'I1A13M ii lt N7inii l By oa'ner,3.

for lb. club'i Internitlontl rtlitlou ". 'es"Ltiunpi nvn JCendtlQIi.COUNTER part I. full I time AM t PMnrt 3 service-)'I'I. experience on ill repitn.1-yr.C.fre J. A \:L'hoe In {hfin-e.l down. 985 NE 13th Ave. bedrm, 2'i-balh. family rm,
program bettering lection of homestead idea d. fenced yard $11
Write Box 207, c/o New CI 75158.2.IIDItM. .
op lALrmoni.MARTLANb
Clrli. dry cleaning Dallier CI 7-1829. .C.Clf
iio PI.
people to people relations betwa Lender! F, 0. Box 339 Home' for retired couple or tars 6(10. SW 112th CE
conceiitlon llomcitcad. ;
clubi. s/S Mr. D. H..,.lh..1 tead, Fit.. TRACTOR mowing: Sickle bar lion home a practical 1bedrm. turn Han $0000 FIMSbB 82109 _
65731. _
11..1. I _I ., I.bath. with extra large'
er whirlwind.I I U 74803 piM ill $)ISoo to handle
*isaiIfi.. 11.11" NEW bath
bdrm awnlngi
3 2
When completed the book ass Wnt PrMtnk RtrMttkltlnwo 1 DCMONSTRATORS $35 to0 WANTED full or part time Florida room on I large corner Call MM, Berfier, Abe loch

will 1* tent to Filmoutli( Ky.. M.I..'. for 12hri. each week. No circulation iileernan, good TREES trlmmed-toppea, re lot, 810 500, Call today, Aaioc., Realtor, 63S NStrom. fenvedsnd.. Nr. shopping(
ind ..i4 Mrk of its ............4 110. dellverlei no collecting no commission paid for new lubacrlplloni. moved. RUI'l..r.lI.b1e. exper Beverly Collini,20C 1 77221 .. Cl 7-6061. cntr. $750 dn. $;> mo 23$.
Germany rmdmll U ilsico, I slid It disi, 15.4, Inveitment Need cir top rail for Int..rvl.1 I>)' The Keyei Co, N. KromiAve. 2437 lino furniture for tale
r..puiis. bairi, d.lasi.. CI 7-2S11, CE!: 0. ., Realtor!, Homestead.A BEDRM.., 1-bllh, Hove re
0.lnf Te FaIrSeveral Mltfll, llps.ts, .s.-dllssa ..., fxnnmtnlnft. Call Branch = Kf'nt. : OWNER trinNferred, ur lie.rlflce .
local flrli! will repre ......... or stOop .1.1...... .1.... rngr. CK 8-7173 Iniuronce NIC! 3b7dmTTbaTh wlti! fr ., carport, Leisure CityApprox hit beautiful Sonic in
... .,. Ik....... SP 555.. sep iii' 22 $7900 $800 dnJ8Jrno. .
tent Did County (t the Slat .11 ,.n.... or ,...1" 0101.1.. 4. EARN $30 to SIlO .k. part timework IS Week Wo..t.4-"IItol. only $'00 down on new Till) CI 7<38 WhlnperlnK Pinei. 3 s bed.
Fitr in Tampa Siturdiy.Laurlce bass .., .1,01. ,..a. at 1.._, I. no delivering no cot. I loan "..000. Many extrai. nm. 2-bath garage on nicely
tb _. preemie ....1.." .. ...1 Ircting, no investment Need NEED Insurancef Clll BHRhcncy Development Sales, a 7-72K 3.lEDItMhou"I : and I largi; lindMined\ lot. (800 total dn.
...'t..1 Air tilting, my tome Shill FR 4-0507. .
Patmore Thomulne for land uped lot, 12500. Can No qualifying Immediate
Trait II tENSE FARMB. t. tar tV phone. 1-openlnai ct; S 681$, ALLEN REALTY CI 8-01100. pmt
lane Mom Bethel LJndHinkerion ...' filtl Ikmnf ir.H.4 4* fit unit minagen, 15-fe>hlon home Trade ba fInanced CI f.2961.IBEDRM.Ybatli possession See thin
} ROM Jonet, Dorothy Rmk .. "... III, r.Mlf lMf>r4. how dirfctori. Sarah Coventry DAYS r1'1'11I work:, owitnntp. 2S Home Buildent lUlllro'n equity your on large modern house today. South Dade

Iirtii. LtWinu Unite .1 YOU AhIS Coaslo.II5.NIIt O1rfrCa.NOTlPlrlStee I Jewelry, white only CE CI 7-7731. Repairmen your 3 hrdnn. home with pool J I awnings, ga :Realty, Inc., 1Q764 bo Dixie

'_ ... 8-3135: or k35'O35R.EXPERIENCED rage. VA mtg. Ct 78683.3TlOiRMT2balh llwy. ('K 3131.> _
will demonitnte the effect ot ( t* R n*>* Cloud Price\ $lflt uo, llrttor call me _
asS O..IH Till I* (... .he....,*.1 DAY work own trim, exper ;;
peroxide 011 the color ot cure ..'1.... ,....*.., h.. 5.... 111.5 birmald. ('a. l'crrlneucaCE81343. AAA CONSTRUCTION or iddllloni today, Harvey Allen ( FlaTrooni: ;;; >OOL )home with acreened In

meat ham). asshral pea. sad psi a.. .,.1'.. rlbbcan Club, Key Ltreo, 23 : rail Willy Keiriietl SY" OWNER? Leisure City. -;3. on IU-acrci. Good neighborhood patio. Large living room and2imdnnia

)1,.. \Vilhclmenli Kelly, Is ..... a rspp .f ,..r SsasP_ "I mile 1 bo. ot Homcttead. GENERAL office workT; 2-yr.. \: 7 3808.ADDITIONS. bcdrm. 2-bath, Pus, room priced to tell. c.A..or. ui ,. tiuUtln electric
,1..41.I > I. iN. krMi4 r i> exper. Call CI 7-8529. Information Abe Rosin kitchen. Thli home li de..Ianl'd .
teacher at Richmond Elemen I. B..i.<. Cl..t4 asS O.l., 1''' EXPERIENCED food wiltreu remodeling an carport, ratio, sprinkler ayetern. fur for his living tt 111beat.
833 N
Realtor :
try and leader of the RichmonElemcBUry Ml McDOKALD.Ik. Pliltitirr lit NMik. All.Kr-*..,. A.JIM..I ever 21 Apply Bamboo Villa. ROMINO done la my home. new construction of all type MI7II.. EllA $14,000$450 dn.CBS I'rome, CI 74061, ask for E Low down payment and

4.If Club will tc .... ........,.... Pi.rIlIa. asS ., _>4 _N.Fltgler.Cl_ 7-9610. SillS > 1352911IRONlNd. by licensed and Insured eon CI Renger.lIVDCM.. monthly pa>memi of $83 per
company the glrli for the overnight .rt.I..1 'h.t .a Ih. fflth at Irl.-t tractor. CE I 3895. Sbcrtrm;:; 2'. bath.JUacrea mo. Cirnlne Real Relate.Ilrokrr .
id* rirrt of ih. {' II JOHNSON work li May tervlre. Wil: ., lU-bath Fla. rm.. ; llnmntead 3302812
.t.,. It.". ('..It,' tt......... a" or h, counter ..ltff'".... evening pIckup jr drlll'.rI: lIStS! C:ABIMET Reflnlnhlnit. Kltcheraulneli Price *23,5flO! 30715 15433 S\V 297th St.. :, 54001.
| aid d., "' SlaprO. ..a.. ...h_ openings, will train must I refinIshed Iii you SW It2nd( Ave. vKarmllfc). farage. _or JIB

BaptliriBoth I ..Ii....... 0.-...IIt'.,.....C.sf.... wIll NWlTWPpO5ap5.sid have own trantportatlon.I ROllING rnr home seas PUit home, fire Innumer work C1J6471.CONVENIENT. 2480,138: iO. MIAMI HTS. Manor, 2-bd-

the Church and Junior 5i k4I 50Ii. many bencfiti Apply Howan tiel. Ct 7-31KI9 Call collect 8852812, fro' location 4:blk.outilile BEDROOM I t-balli, EllA rm Kla. rm., $200 down. CE'VAIIH
Cholri of the First Baptis .1. fsrt II MienS, lila III' Johnnon'a, 10201 8. DixieHwy. eaUmatei. limits 3-bedrm Its NW 12th St. 8-2415.
.., *f I....,'. I Sll. Kendall Fla LOVINO rare one child in / city """ -
Church of Trrrlne li":
tt the a.IIOItM. large >
ting 20x24 Fla. extras
f.. K. I.EATMECNAN home. Call alter fl FRANK DkLK PAINTING, II many rm., homeiYrom $100
Stilt Mudo! Festival held thlweekend PI**. ..| Ik* ( ,.... CartS KITCHIN'help'wanted, tlao CE my B-02B9. p.m. retied Insured. Workmanship CI 7-1530 omcl 7-1358. fenced yard. Living, rm. rariwted down and 4' Wehave

it the Rlverild Did r.**tr, Pi.a'I.Ia.a waitress Apply Illlaou Rrstaurant. guarinleed. CI 7- 25"A'MICHAIL b- ntr-d; Wi mo, 6)0) NK UlhSt. 'lh.1 kevi. :rto )',
c. p. ropriAKDrrt. 'OR SALE "
Baptist Church. Both choir. lIop.t, r..lark .. Princeton, Cl 8.0103..IVVINC PART TIME office work It lite bedrm.. home. Ig. cor. for ippt( till l 2470950 Inc.. ('10; 8-8S03. 20488 So
5. .. n, tutoring In III subject Refereftcei. e\ SON, painting 247-4488. RichirdiDrpt
qualified by receiving tuperlo II. taca.I lot Dixie llwy. opposite
14th St
quarters In exchangefor CE 2810. Work guaranteed llccnted i I. $14p(>0.601_ !'! :
btore US 1.
rulings it the iMocliUonal fri work n TBX operator. insured. Cl i.ie4.'AirSTING tridelor I BEDRM. 2-bilh house for on
thaI lad month. mid night ahltt Cfi 1-4233- PLAIN sewing & alterations FOR SAL or whathive MIA appraised price of $18,'
1 I Anneuneementer CHI Cl 75654 before II ortttcr and paperhanging. you, $7000 equity In 200. 500 down. 706 NW BthKt. Cloi.ifitd DIsplay *

The tint rehnrml of a net OFFICE: work, shorthand, tyn 8. C Smith CE 8-8542. 22JOQ( home, Th CI 72B05. Call CI 7.0978 iftcr 4 p-in. *
: knowledge of book ---. FOR tAll by 3 bedrm
jog, some owner for ippnlnt.
Revlvil Choir mill be held II THI LAST lour numberi or keeping. Ph. CI 74848. WILL BAIT tit diy or eve.. 'AINTIN'O, Licensed liisiU'edneat houie hardwood noon, fire

the Baptist Church today from your telephone number it the ( KB.XIVI. ind clean work. B piece, Ig I living rm., Ig.I FlorIda J1 50 DOWH'jaality rrediivIse $250: Down with FHA hernia,
4.10 to 1.30: pm. Intermed. time it one of our lurk' PEAL ESTATE a. Part time Adams ('I T; 989.QUALITY rm. and outside patio, 2ballii become a Happy Home.
ales and idulti numberi call CI 7-2321 for licensed isles, woman 1 012dayi 16 Work Wonfed-MoU t 2-ctr Krlgl Ownerl! Hurry phono CI 7 $4"( Month will buy a com-
people garage
young painting Interior Iexterior. 2188, M.y.lIl'b' Rodin Altoc. fortble 1 Bedroom horn
fif* mm'l. tlckeU. weekly to show mode
Jour dal.. (practlcill
cub a talent to ling are In home. CE; 8-4074 'VI''. .' Call CI .748W for fleet range Interested In Bill !trill,. Realtor I with sIc, living room Incluilei .
riled to attend. NOTICE I ant no longer tiaoclited IOOKKEEPER e'npenienredgeneral Mllmate.iCREENS : new). U you ire I
The or with the Humbl< STENO. gal Friday attractive booki, payroll, typ cheapest a real home ph. CI 7-2924 I rc.llaand refrl,. oft

the Bpanlkh department East Station formerly known Busy office. Terrlne Employment lug. Available Immediately.II 1 for patios, porcheietcloaurei. after i p.m. ______ IVIRYON1 ROADk a qultt street In Leisure CI-
church It In need IIf used II Paul'i EIIO Service Centr. 482 Perrlne Ave. CE 21SR":'>II, window parts ;URN i'j: ; m-h: cor. lot CLASSIFIED PACES! ty. Near park and lake $T>
sewing michlnei a table fo the See win
I now operate 8-2341 4 glare, *wnlng hIM 0.
cutting out materials for Sewing All Garage and Service fctatlon I Inirruetlon Offered dowi shower encloaurei,. SInai sell leaving for the '

rI..., baby beds and mat 28740 S. Fed. Itwy. Naranja. WILLING to learn itore'i bookkeeping Hiding 1 doori, Jilouilei BUM north. $7500. CI 7-2803. Classified with
Display 2 Bedroom patio awnIng -
trtiiei, betide Ray' Auto full or ::, PIANO lessons: Cutler Ridge- flew, service used. Cill' 2J8 LEISURE CITY ,tdrm7.; ______ i and tufnig.
Salei. Due to thin change< In Apply In person r.tIID:1 8102! llowell Window Serv 1.bath house, $400 down on *, tang OBIn
hits JinkowiM 238-8J2J. '
Altar leclaty locations we feel we are In ten. 1250! So. Dixie >> Ire 18320 So. Dixie llwy.Perrlne. .. new 112000 EllA loin. Will 'lit corner lot. Arroti from

The Altar Society of Christ a portion to sires you, our TUTORING by certifIed tcicb Fli- share closing costs 1m- I KATHLEEN nark In Uliure City Well
frlendi and cuitomen, better 13 Molt Help WtnredAIRCRAFT I end fmiilaraped. $300 Down $5{
the King Catholic Church will er, elrmintiry subjects J WHirl root coating. medIate occupancy. Call CI I
than ever before We Inviteyou medial reading CK B.4077f NOW 7-7255. 30070 SW 14710 Ct. Month $9,000.
meet Wednesday following the te our new location to woodwork experienced tireaiure cleaning, sealing I NEWTON

I pin MmCritic's recelvi the Service you and full or part time Per I 1 Mmic-Dtnclrrf-Drimt grovel t tIle roor.. Cl ,-..ft119or
Licensed 4 In attractive 2 bedroom
>our car 10 richly deserve rlne Employment. 482 Per CI 7-1S77. Classified Display RcoltorRt. Clean
Open ":00 am. to 3:00: pm rlne I Ave. CE 2341. lured. i home near all conveniences
Choice daily. We Sara free pick up GUITAR C PIANO( Iciioni, idvinced I Box, 101, Homeatead In Dixie Eatltel, with C.pot.t ..
Jraie F. [oil.
Call .4IDEPd'UbAIRY bu openlnga .. brglnneri. All TiLl SETTING
and delivery aervlce. Richard Rd. et Klnii Hwy. Florid Room
Paul at "See All." Cl 7-M9T for mica tralneei to operate \t'JIf" of plinoi ivillanleHtlrer phone CI 7-4491: for free .

Show To OpenThe for your. automobile needi retail home deliveryroutei Service, 84 NW estir.ialei. I doss In CI 7.3966 and AwnIngs In exceptionally
r.ol' u ,
Choice acreage fine condition FHAIfittii.
Paul Seal. Bee All Garage from Princetonbranch lit NI., CI 73442

Service Station 2R749 fi, Fed cash bond required, I with or without buildlngi. 12000.
second Crltl i Cholre'fihow Fia\ aalary while In training, excellent PIANO, ORGAN Guitar Irlicni. k Classified Display II 40 acre beautiful virgin
Naranji In the
featuring paintings by Hwy., fringe benefiti. Ap.plicieha House of Melody, Ptdt- I AIM deluxe pIn.lend, In auction of .- 3 Redraoma, I lOathe, Itrgt
Internationally known: ward. ; rnunt apply In perSon and !Shopping Center Miami country. Call CI 72543. taste Homei, fine for farm.
living In r .naliiRt ta 18101 SW 34Bth St.l'ritlreion ., WO 7-.4if. I porch garage,
winning artists now 1.1. >n A CHARMERS leg or' development, $1500 Seavlew awnlnji, wailtomiii -

Florida will\ open Feb 17 on Fit 1 home In NW set tlon I ECHOEREALTOR an acre, 20*% do 'n.Z'ilcrei carpeting, built-in: oven

Center Etaire at Miaml'i International Problem YOU having If to In call Alcrhollc Miami CURlER Boys Immediate Classified Display; :* of Homestead Include awnings anil range.! Beautifully decorated .

Dig Center. Thl FR 4413 or CI 72MT for openlngi for carrier boy In Move tc refrl,., lovely I plnrland, 830-fU and well landtcaped,

exhibit will continue through belp. all ireai. Call CirculationDept I DUPLEX yard with fruit trees Price i 6|. fnooo cash or $6500 onerols tear achooli, churches, thop
CI 7-2321, I
March .
IIIA financing
CUSTOM BUILT $10,000 HOME BARGAINS l ping and lOAFS $18,000
exhibit with
An Invitational $250 down, $ .$ per mo

crUsts MInted by t Jury ofart :* Clossifitd Ditploy CLOSEINTCDDIE Dickinson Realty $100. DOWN lO-irrci high laml, with I Bedroom 2 Bath homl
critics and connoisseurs, the READ THECLASSIFIED SCHERER $I bedroom 2 bath with built
REALTOR fruit treei, on way to newiirport. with awlmmlnjt pool and Ca-
to be shown chtrac- REALTOR Close to
painting 51 NW 14th 8t. CI 7-6584 In range oven. $1800 per' ac. lana. Fireplace and many
tense the creative activity in TABER CI 74111 CC S-1IU achooli In excellent neighbor
othir feature
the State of Florid All irtliti 1 I hood. $8200 month. 10-ac plneland and ranch Acre. Excellent: nelghber-on
whoM work will be eeen art Profeiilenal Real
DOWN lyle home Excellent hood $20,000.
$400. cypress
In and
repreaented private permanent Estate PreSserLetu.Plum.e.Acr.see MOVE IN TODAY
collection both here 21 Acre Estate redecorated t bedroom 1 bath central luy at $23,000.
and abroad. Clouifled Diiplay ; down heat sod air conditioning
k' Drive-Florida City .
BOO Palm Monthly
I bedroom i bath 15x30 homei. built-in ratige and Oven, Florida Home In HomoiUad, 3-bed-

I, screened pool central heatIng it low li SGS Including room and carport, Mi. -rn,, 1-bath room for another .

State Is ThirdFlorida INCOME 2 car garage, sprinkler everything. Qualified buyers. month. Call now bath all wired Iff. Fit.

ran enjoy Ifomeitead exemption. Mom EOxIl, Inctudri drtpca,
betutifully landacaptt. -
li the third leading $4 "TUCK.INS"by iratem. Stop b) add pick up our J.I A. HOFFMAN CI 7-7221.' uncllcd' In walnut, bIt. In 17230 So. Federal Highway,
honey producing state la the nation Tucker up to date Hit of available after 8 pm. CI 7369 bar, open patio very Ig.ulll.ilark N.ranJa

Up UP of all .1.... Absolutely THE KEYES CO.
with an annual production E. J. MARtEft CI 7-7221 ames top drive, completely

of more than 20 million pound. For Cenfldentlil, Expert WE HAVE NEW LISTVAFHA.RESALES or CI 1-.101 after < p.m. no second mortgigei. 220 N. Xrome, JUtr'l H'ated andxcaped.. $...000. CI 7-6D2S CE S-tlll

Florida produce more than Pre lratlOlIf Your Tax : BilL REILLY Realtor --- -- -------1-- _. -- - --- _d ___ _
!half of all the citrus honey In Return In the Privacy .' I THE KEYES CO.
this and ill of the 29345 Klngman Rd. VALUES PLUS
country Your Home Pleeie call :
ftmoui Tupelo honey. 135-3295 : From $100 down Call\ Now 220 N. Xrome, Kltr'l H'ltei Lelitue City Duplex, imall down payment Wife Savors

For An Appointment : Tucker Rtolty, Realtor I to h qualified buyer $12,800 TRICE!: REDUCED-3 bedrm, 2 bath, central beat, built.

Legal Notice ".uIItGe 1781 MILLER ROAD GOOD BUYS Mamie P. Smith Furn Lclaure City home, in range, pool aV patio on a nice corner lot. N.. city t.....
Bookkeeping" II Reg. Real Eitate Breker nice yard, screened In front Now only ....>>00. 10% Down. -

IN THE COUNTY ATOCtl COimT j: We have two homes that porch jiatlo. Ready to move

IN' AND FOR MOtAtt DADZ COUNTY.UIIDA. cwneri muit sell Price .... "TERRIFIC BUV" right in.- Call ue for appointment 3bedrm. CBS home In NE section, we believe It.Under

h?fiK.UU IN.f ,.. I' been reduced to well below 4 priced at 9800. $2200 tacIt to FHA morte.,.. No qualifying.
LOTTII A. MOKOAM bet..17..1 CALLReg. value. FIRST la Syr. old 2: bedroom Duplexei Large
NOTiCE TO : One Bedroom Home l I. IA! S-
country home, 8-bedrm.. Hardwood floors 4 Bedroom 2 Bath large
Tf All (>...11... asS All tH.Ttot _. : lure City. Total price $8, 50 coma .. bcdrm., bath home In NE tectlon. Florida room, carport
Cl.lnl .. DfBikfli Alilutt lath, with Mreened pool', Tile BaUii Near School l Florida room endow c*.

>.M lfUI.1Tn are SenSe HfHriffl k..4 Nn Monthly payments of $4! pit ( 1" built-in ilectrlc range, dishwasher $1UOO.OO Each. 'ge, extra large lot. Excel- ildewalki. $14,000 onV' $450 down payment FHA.

f1 t* My l.tal sad I month. fireplace ,.rl,.. lent location. Priced right
..4. ...."Ia"PJ. asp .ti.. FUCHS Reduced from $22,000 to Pool home on full acre of 1 bedroom Sky VIsta home with carport, 12-ft. utility room.

HIM MonOAM.tie'M** 04 Sisal LOTTti DiOO A.< I Bedroom one listS with $18,000. SECOND U 8blrr ground Air ConditionedFireplace tC-acrei of beautiful land fenced back yard, Yours for FHA .appralaat $10,800. $Jii
.. C...., 1 carport. $J50 Do-*. Real, Estate PreSser 2-bath built-in eleotrle
t>. Plaid M tk* b Car Porte Fully near excluaive development. down payment. plus closing eotti
'C...., .
JI ... f D4fi sad til. I" Florida till
kitchen. $19-
I tell.
rang, rooms equipped Priced to
:":.', aud NuNs 5. pesslOd. I 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 'In Whim TO SELL ACREAGE roof, garage, ne city Ui, 00.00. Shown by appointait Spotleii 2-btdrm..lli.balh home. Huge Florida room; oak
. tk>" allIs.. In tk* nMf -.. p siring Pin... Opec Sunday Reduced from $15,2000 U lU-ecre homeiltel
..... .. Dads Coatf. Flfrtlf.wltkhl I from One to Five O'clock: HIGHWAY fourteen floors, carport, garden plot all on 104 ft lot In NW lectloa.
.., $13,500. .
... .tatar .t' 2995. Excellent Until.Ue
tk* tlo W tk. tint kUi" >ukwfwt <. I 8520 8.W. l$5th St. FRONTAGE & FEW RENTALS I $17,000 furalihed.
the nsa, Ir M I.,.
M Lot BuimelOpportunities II' on your Real Eitate'robleme.
N4I .... it Vlwl rxMl. this Farm Land from $350.00 per OTHER PROPERTY A.F. Acreage 5 Grovel : Competent, quail- Secret of pinei cloae.In on paved roil Reduced to $11.004.

lath <., of I.....,. A. D IHI.RUMIU ure. Call .. for informatlo re. Properties.. led Pereonnel. 29* down.
A. ktOIEt 205 N. Krom. AT*. Galbraith Homei ,
A. I.......
Ff... ......... .f thIs udt* ANNIE B. SMITH (U. S. 1)) Se* Ui Today VELMA S. GRAY kUDLAND REALTY COMPANY
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us Ih* (Ilk < *t J u rf, IIS4.VLVIITt Reg. Riot Ettot Broker REALTOR '
P. ADilm l Florida Fiye Bogner Realtor

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:)...i Twelve The NEWS LEADER end CUTLER RIDGI.PERRINI POST Sunday, February 9, 1964


47 Aplrtm.llh"r Rent 61 Article For Sole I 63 Boor & Accessories I 83 Automobile Dealers6tlY I

Homestead Aree

Check These BRADLEY Refrigeration A CHOICE telectivm of small 1 1 at luke Avocado Rambler Dr. Homestead: Co., US'!

I4EDRM. furn. apt, $M no. Air Conditioning 9852 SW clean: used outboard motors,' a 7-1511 or 2312972.FERRINI .
on lease 1004 NE CU Ave, 175th St Salei' & Service I1* HP to 12 LIP Priced to .1! KEYMO
Low Want-Ad Rates! Apt S. CI 7-4104. Re.Built guaranteed refrig. sell Key i way ),Marine US 1,' Auto Sales. Buy.Sell.
'., air- Fla. City.FLAMINGO. trade, Bank financing, CE 5 !
I & t BDRM. apt*. fuse e> imfurn. ci'Iu'" :, Can flnance 3237.
DeCarlo Enterprises, Inc! Licensed It Insured 17 ft. boat w'
2 (IIn..2 DAYS $0.90( Ktel So. Fed. Hw/, NarinjsJ47M2 CE 57213CHAMPACNI. hard top, 33 HP elect motor, VOLKSWAGEN Porsche'
*. trailer, Keys sy Marine, US Authorized Sal' Service MOTORS
3 linn 2 DAYS $1.20( BROWNING Superposed grade 1, Fla. City. Part, Used cars. Over.Keys

2 DAYS ( 47-A Apt. For R.II'Perrln..Cutltr.S.M.H. modified nl2s1I-gauge, full A Motors, Pen-In-. 2380893.WE ) '
linn $1.60
4 case included' T-BIRD 15ft ThunderbirdChief
CI 8-0584. I fiberglass boat, 35 IIPElnrude PAY top dollar for your, SOUTH DADE'SLARGEST
on- r..a 1y II s"IdtIWs trailer, $290. $40 car, cash or trade Homestead
HEW beige wig
ONE bdrm. long
a ..,. .! *.., k..Mr..M .pla. wttove, human hair I worn once $65 down $23 118 mo. Keysway Motors BOO N, Federal
rtfrlf. a-c, screened
porch CE 6-lflM Marine, US 1, Fla. City 1 Hwy. CI 70854.WESTOVIR .
S85 mo. IWO SW Nib Ave. AUTO
We will not be responsible for more than. one CC!: S-0604. COriN organ 25 pedal console CHALLENGER IS ft. Fiber Pontiac:, CMC ft
Incorrect Insertion any eel. $795 Trades accepted Houseof lint runabout w/electrle 35U.1 T.mpe.201 Civic CL CI 7-
48 Homei For Rent Melody Dadeland Shopping Evlnrude, battery, tank' SfRI or ('II ft-OOW
Homestead Ar. Center tItI'l- 427. top remote controls ft trailer. -, DISCOUNT HOUSE
FOR BEST RESULTS! $560. $00 down $3410 86 Automobiles For Solo 1
GUIlT COTTAGE DINITTI set 4-chalra reasonable for IS mo. Keysway Marine,
on Crest Call Ct 76187.FRIGIDAIRI US 1, Fla City. CHEW. 1-ton w/fowera body,
NEW CLASSIFIED DEADLINES haves Estate, darling hide all speed trans., new brakes. .t Total l Price

Real Estate end Set Solid away nettled In tall pints, washing machine,porcelain $50; ONE ONLY 80 lIP Electric! D. S. Leak, ED 64011, ext
well turn. For 1 or I adults : llomart gas water heater 30- Evlnrude w/ enerslor ft remote 74M 7.30 to 4 30.
edition Ad Deadline liking animals. Cl 1-ttot. gaL $25. CI 7-6663. control*, tank, $209 American Cars
CROSLEY 1932. CallED
Keyiway )Marine IS 1, Fla wagon,
Sunday Friday 10:00 am.Wednesday UNFURN. 3bedrm., I bith, FORMICA dinette set chairs.. City 82120. 1963 Oldsmobile Storfira A/C ............$3492

den, living rm., fireplace: $25; chest of drapers, round ...........$3289
Tnu rtdoy 10:00: '..m.UII Cx40 Fla. rm. on quiet planter table, 5ft bar over 14FT. MFG, 25 HP Johnson MUST 1f'1I114' Olds, make offers 1 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix A/C .

paved street 5-mln. drive to 50ft Of fencing a '..7.I ft trailer $150.'IIw ': tell er. 241-0680 eves 1963 Chevrolet Impala, Cp.. A/C ........$2466
South Dade'c and Homestead, 10-mln.: drive to arately. After n. or PRIVATE '62 Rambler Classic .. ....$3493
Largest ..
Aerojet. $179 mo. CI 7-5168 I GRANDPA'S Trading Poet" A ends Coral Roe M. H. Pkn 4 dr. auto factory 1963 Buick Wildcat A/C ...........
Paws Shop, 26750 8 Federal Lot 65II custom ..$4888
Most Widely I Read Classified Section! 1963 Cadillac Eldorado Conr. A/C ,.
ROOM cottage soluble for 1- Hwy. Naranla. We air, like new finlab $200
person, furn. 829 NW 2nd buy, sell or trade. Cash pawn for -FT. MOHAWK wiG.tor equity, take over pmta $4t.10 1963 Chevrolet 9 Pall Wagon ..........$2491
Ave old gold 4 silver. Guaranteed trailer 33: HP Evlnrude elect mo. CE 8.5913. $3306
1963 Thunderbird H. Top A/C ........
C17.2321 CE 5-8531 expert watch at jewelry' 'llC top, completely equip
BCDRM. furs house, $83; 1- repairs. Fine hand engraving : 7.7334. LUCKY Number 4323. 1963 Pontiac Bonneville, A/C ............$3167

paid bedrm.CI Turn 7-8083 apt or,CI$65 750502BIDRM water! CI 74722.HEARING 20-FT. Cabin Cruiser fiber I 1955 OLDS, good tires, good 1963 Ford Goloxle XL Cpe ........ .....$2363

Aid batteries. classed top ft bottom43; HP cond, Reas, Isla Gold It, Pk, 1962 Cadillac Sed. DeVilU A/C ........$3269
house with some Fischer ft Sons, 141 N. Cray; $750. CI 72961.S Lot K-3.
40-A Homes For Sol. 40.A Homes For Sale furniture Shown by appoint Krome Ave. Homestesd 1962 Oldsmobile Starfire/ .........,..........$2421
o CI '.1888 after ) HP Evlnmde motor want 1955 FORD, 57 TBIrd
only. 8 312
Porrlno-CutUr-S.M PerrlneCutlerS.M.H.IV or weekends. p.m. ISLI OF PINE grapefruit. Call $75 and take up months R/ll speed floor engine 1962 Chevrolet Impala Cpe. ................$1999

Homestead CI 7-0699.! $13 ea -,. fishing boat shift A1 throughout t. new 1962 Thunderbird Landau ........ .... $2433
) 876 1
Wl HAVI I good selection ot ( by owner mo. JBIDRM, Ibath unfurn except $100. Can be seen B82 NE: pain After 5:30 or weekends
hornet In ill price ranges 3 bdrm, patio, f-nced 235 kitchen In the country LIKE NEW walnut dining rm. lib Ave. CI 7-8467 CI 7-6072. 1 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix A/C ,....... .$2577
for Immediate 4170 SMH 11740 SW 187th St. Valencia Realty CI 3983.. set 4 chair buffet beautiful
'. occupancy..Low 1962 Oldsmobile 98 4 dr. HT A/C ,...$2671
Wl Power-Cat Model
down 'menu and 195' Plymouth Statlonwagon,
.:monthly pavmenta much less $500 completely DOWN and' move bedrm Into .a, 4/1 Unfurn clean country, yd. breakfront $200. 271-461S ((18ft) twin Mere 800'a single good cond, new Urea reas 1962 Cadillac Conv. A/C ............ -....$3482
..thin rtnL Call or stop by the 2'bath m.f'nh a garageE .1 care. Adults. 247-2965. MAHOGANY bdrm. suite, dbl lever Mercontrols with forward 81 NW 13th Stl 1962 Buick Electro 225 Conr. A/C ....$2444
-office just outside I the Hoi, J. Marter CI 7.7221 CI $75 Monthly, first and hit bed, dresser, mirror nlte neutral reverse heavy
:pIts 1 cite to HAFB. Carmine 78108 after II p.m., The Xe or>'es month's rent In advance stands Excel! cond. $125 seal tanks Murray, batteries trailer under tachometer l 1959 cell Cadillac cond rpe Can do be Vllle seen, ex-atNaranJa 1962 Pontiac Conv ,........... ............-$2360

: Real }330-2813 state, Broker or CE Home"Head Hoot- Realtors N. J llomeiteid couple not more than
one child 2-bedrm., unfurn OLD fashioned Inperfect running lights, top, etc New Fed. Hwy, Naranja.) 1962 Jeep Wagon ............ ................$1202

WHISPERING I bedrm., 2-bath Finn,with large enclosed 3..;, 100 814.700 DOWN -897 assume Excell.mort. except for refrigerator. cond. mg.m.n NW cost 12th$4792 st.Price, Homestead 2500. after $45. 1959 FORD Ranchero good 1961 Pontiac Ventura Cpe A/C ........$1906
mo. Tower Rd. location handy to condo CI 80365.
garage ft screened cond. cent ht., 3 bdrm., 2 Aerojet. Tiber., Realtor 500 PARTS for all electric shavers, 1 p.m. 1961 Ford Galaxie 4 dr. A/C ............$1211
:porch, exclusive neighbor! bath CE: 81989. T Im Pr Florida City Ferguson Jewelers, 328 1959 OLDS 4-dr., ps, pb., air
hood. Low down payment Washington Ave., homestead -67-B Machinery & Tool I cord CI 7-6328 or CI 8.0564. 1961 Rambler Classic 4 dr ........ ....$1062

:FHA termi Canine Real 40-D Florido Keys Properties 48-A Homes For RentPerrin.CutlerS.M.H. 1961 Chevrolet 9 Pall Wagon ........$1494
Estate: Broker, Homestead 1K4 VW Micro bus, WW tires,
FORD IN tractor w/Sherman
PrPSI; Cola vendoilater model0F Lincoln Continental Conv. $2869
1961 A/C
3362812 or CE 5.4001.i CANAL. lot 00x110, Ocean view transmission, dual wheels, 3 seats, run perfect. Prlvit
i tt-ACRI" .I Lower Matecuirbe Key CE 5.1463.PORTABLE 117. good cond, $300 power take-off, hydraulic Implement CE!: 1.5913. 1961 Pontiac Bonneville Conv ............$1776
3 br., 2-bath, Ig kit
Beach, restricted CI 71829KIY HELP, need rentals, furs or
control", 'hydraulicfront 1960 Thunderbird H. ........ $1689
.tt chen. Pining rm. cent hut 1 unfurn any site, Kay Lowy, ; sewing end loader with bucket 1961 BELAIR 2-dr. sedan 0'1 Top A/C

' c.ft .air>et 10x32 throughout pooI,I Ig.dripei patio, Iota,LARGO boat ramp 3x80, fishing ft. trailer pier, Inc.. CE $5803HORttLOVERSI Remington Zlg-Zag, 'cWimodel ft grader blade, Ford 5ft t'I. automatic, I,. radio ft 1960( Chevrolet 4 door .................... $1002

sprinkled i yard, dishwasher: swimming area Only I S15Q5, bedrm. un thing.,Best like offer new, does takes.every.CI 8- rotary finance with ri/I13.1L1 Can tire heater*. Real, new clean.: batt,Total new $1150or recap 1960 Ford Galaxie 4 dr. H, Top ........ $ 999

many other extraa You. mud no down payment, $23.38 moJ .I furs except for ,lee. kitchen, 0237. SW 248th St CI 7-6924. $475 and take over pay, 1960 Sedan Wagon ................$1109
$73 Cl 74100.
see thl to appreciate Whli B Kennaiton Properties, on acreage. Buick
,, eying Plnea, 801 SW 189tb P. O. Box 151, Key Largo NEAR Perrine Shop. Ctr., 3 RAINMAKER, overhead iprlnk- USED FARM equip: 11 ft trailer menu call of $48 ED 45.6-7588 For: Information A/1C 1959 door ................ ........ .S 777

''I i St. 233.1023 after p.m. 852 783. CE 57092 bdrm. $98 mo fr CE 8-4965 ler use for May small be grove seen at or 15390 home owdllklrr( ,truck single various bottom TrawlckWl I 1959 Oldsmobile 98 Cpe A/C ..........., $ 999

:::1{ BEDRM. house 181M Hoi. KEY LARGO, furn CBS house, 3.BEDRM, 2.bath unfurn. $12'. SW 269th Ter. In Ridgewood smsli! tools, 2-Ford tractors, Volkswagen Micro Bus, 1959 Chevrolet 4 door .................... $ 666

,, comb.. SW Ave.81 it Call Ave. at CE 124th 50154.St $500 arress down to ,water no closing way. coils:Only CI 7.H2B Estates, Naranja side mower, ,hole planter, cultivator excell. cond, radio, hester, 1959 Cadillac 4 door ................ .... $1555
poRt digger, barrow Sacrifice Cl 7-6395. 145 NW
.'j I.BEDRM., 1-bath, exeell.cond J.. B O.. Kennaiton Box 151 Key PropertiesP. Largo.1 48.E Stores For Rent SHOOT furniture: wave CE radio room 19240 SW 304 St. or ph. lat St. 1959 Buick Conv, ........ ........,....,......$ 888

., $300: dn., assume mtg, 852 6783, CE 8-7002 I Miami 2714224. 1962 FORD Galaxie 500, excell 1959 Chevrolet Impala Conv ............$1092

no qualifying. CE 83981. TAVSRNIIR 3 room house, 15$133 FT. STORE mo. Also, N. Knme office apacewith Ave, STATION$10 CE 8-6422 wagon top carrier 1.MAN 71)40 SW tractor 04th St ft ft:57as': : one owner. Cl 77147. 1959 Ford Country Sedan ..,.....,.......$ 861

IBEPRM.: 2-bath 91540(urn.'BahamaiBEDRM. For I Ig. lot, 1-blk. to ocean A Ml- desk, $50 mo. Howard SINGER Zlgtig In walnut cabinet Wl FORD Galaxie 500, 4.dr., 1959 Eldorado Conv ................ ........$1702
tale or leate. sac air, loaded, under' warranty
ami bus $9500 or trade for Perkins ,
Real Estate
CI 7 69
:; Dr. house In Dade Co. Write Box 1343 makes designs and buttonholes Poultry & SuppliesCHICKEN Reap. 61 NW 13th St.' 1958 Chevrolet Impala Cpe ................$ 906

bath, bulltln I 204, e'o News Leader P. 0 without attachments. 1958 Chevrolet Impala Conv ............$ 826
Sold $250 new, take over 0
it Box 319 Homentpid Fla 49 Sleeping RoomsHomestead compost by the bagor 86-A Airplane For Sol. I
stove atr-cond fenced Area pmts. of 1119. Will take oldmachine truck We load at farm 1958 Cadillac 4 door H. Top .... ....$ 999
:yard, walk to rho pang cen 41 Lots For $.!. in trade Call 663-
'-term $300 down 171 no. pays 1564. wholesale.. CI prices.77429. Eggi. 40cdoten. 1949 CESSNA, 1'70.VJI.F..! 1958 Oldsmobile 88 2 door .......,........$ 593
.IL CE 8476.. LARGE< attractive convenient V.O.A2 omnlplexer, low frequency Also Over 75 Transportation
-_ DUPLEX and multiple apt Iota. Call CI 71390. WASHER, auto Westinghouse, primary panel, 1885
4-BRORM. 2 bath extrai. Irg 173 NW 14th St. 1 I perfect. $55. CE $.SMI. Topsoil T.T, 398 SM01I. Nice 1 paint,' Cart To Choose From"FREE"
fallout ahelter. CE 87933. LARGE bedrm, twin beds, dbl.: I
LOT for sale, 105x143. Terms closet, pvt bath & entrpvt.': WASHER, automatic, Tale GRADE A pulverized top soil, Call Bob Carr a 7-6920.
MEDRM. home on large corner Moody 1>r. A IK CL CE 5- CI 74756. model; TV 21-inch table Silica Sand for lawn dressing
lot 2.blks. from Holy 1480( model; relri,., separate freet D. Irene, 235-4814 ,87 Trailer For Sole I
Rosary School Near shop- MASTER bdrm, newly furn, er section; freezer, late 1964 TAGSWith
"ping: and but line Todays 45 Reol Estate Wonted ; $20 model In warranty, 26633 US 82 Dog, Cats, Pets AIR CONDo kousetriilcr. Southern
best buy. Carmine I BelaEstate double 1, NaranjaWl Pines Tr. Pk, 30501 S. Purchase Of Any Car Over $290
BEAGLE AKC shots Fed. Hwy., Hmstd, Peterson
Broker Homestead puppy
$32812 or CE 84001. RENTALS needed. Dependable PVT. ent It bath convenient: NOW have some new ft r Must .ell, moving CE 8-4548 YOU MUST BRING THIS AD
AIRSTREAM trailer, 18-ft.,
properties management CI 7 8271 used furniture for quick sale.
'.IEORM., family room Wells Home Rentals 69 NW Homesteid Trailer Sale, FOR SALEi German Shepherd completely self cont.lned'i
5th St 248.0255 I ROOM pvt. mile :2 no. AKC many extra, hitch
large alr-cond, pump, nlr W'ei8rlsllb 29001 So. Fed. Hwy. pup reg
krrIOie k 170 .
I CI 780&FREI CI0194.USITRAILIR.33ft.:
newly dec Compacts
WILL TAKE pmU. of 3 bed- .
up 2 ALL wool 3 sofa
orated' owner being trans'ferred. rugs; -pc.: ; H long
Country Club area rm'7001., homestead area. 247- 54 Buiineti OpportunitiesINMAN 2uphols. chairaccessories.; kitten Call C17- w24ft. Cabana. See Lot 19, 1963 Falcon Conv .......,.................,..$1721
Call for appoint CE 52556 Res. CI 7-1970 after a p.m.I 5432. Royal Palm Tr. Pk. ,
Saw Service and prop 1963 Chevrolet Corvair 2 door ............$1490
after 8 p.m. wk. daya, Sat 46 For Sole Clr Rent erty. 73 SW 2nd btl. 21" TABLE model Olympic TV TERRIER TYPE pure bred .
'Sun. good condo $35 three AC reg puppies. Cl 8959.. MOBILE HOMES less than 16.I 1963 VW Sedan ......................., ....$1621
LRG.! 4-bdrm, 2 bath, $160! MOTEL 20 units, pool TV ; I month, $350 down, Homestead
t BDRM., Ibith, pool. 8915 unfurn w/optlon to buy 9241 mo. air I -cond-. 20-mile\ So. oft Ml. radio radios$7 to $9; three tran yellow grass It may be due Trailer Sales, 29001 S. II 1962 Chevrolet Nova II Conv ............$1702
debt New
$6 $7, $8
., SW 199th St. CE '.01170. SW 167 Terrace CE 88770, amt $25,000 dn., mtg. $110- TV antenna 20' mast w/lead; 85 Automobile DeolertBLAKi Federal Hwy 1962 Corsair Monia Cpe. ....................$1599
$100 DOWN. $75 mo. 4-bedrm, Imfd offupincy 000.Motel,Illness.Goulds, Details Fl.. Kent in $10. CE 52226. NEW A USED Mobile homes' 1962 Oldsmobile F-85 Conv ...............$1776

bath, only one mtg 1100.down. 47 Apartments For Rent PROFITABLE wholesale Import 200"FT. chain link steel fence Krome BIRD Ave., CI IDCIIO:76131.:! We S Low bank financing, low' 1962 Fairlane 500 Spt. Cpe. ,r.H.........$1691

-. built-in. oven 8 bedrm A range, George 2-bath! Homestead Area business. 12.000 established Includes 15veara inventory 4ft.single high post w/B-comer It 2'gates and. Like 18- ell guaranteed uaed car*. monthly Mobile Homes ratea.305 Underwood E. 1\10"11 1962 Karmen Ghia Conv. ..JLt.........,$1666

.. Anielmo, Broker, 24 hn. CE AIR-COND. furn. 2-b."drm. apt equipment source new for half price Inq at BUY Sell Trade Ray's St., Homestead. 2471309. ;I 1961 Oldsmobile F-85 4 door ............$1299
6-1858. by day or wk. CI78964. 306 NW 6th Ave. Home Auto Sales 29120 So. Fed.
xof supply and account Owner stead. Hwy. next to Piper's Lounge, 103 1963 Flair take overpmt. 1961 Falcon Wagon ........................$1082
DOWN, 3bedrm, bath, EFFICIENCY and 1-bedrm. alr- will Instruct Howard Perkins CI 78918.
8100 carport built-in kitchen, re- cond. (urn. aptt. Seasonal or Real Estate CI 7-1343. 243 Winchester243 Colt with So of BI lyn.. CI '. $63 mo. 1961 Comet Sedan .........,..........,.......$1138

frig optional. Cutler Ridge yearly, now leasing Swim RESTAURANT equipped for scope; 31<*1. rifle; 4082 CASH waiting' for your car at U-FT, Travel Trailer 1961 Corsair Monia 4 door ....,.........,$1283
0 ft L Motors Corp,, U. S. .. CI 76381 Cl 7-
Quick Kay ming patio. Model
Lowy area. Inc. CE occupancy 85803 20450So. dally, pool manager on premises open leas $832.57. mo, Fh. Key 22 Winchester Magnum; 22 with Winchester scope B-; Fed. IIw)., Princeton. CI 7- 5348 1961 Falcon 2 door ................ .........$ 969

Dixie I .pr.sro", opposite See or call Mrs Price, CI 74761. largo pistols. Call between i:30 0923 1131 SHASTA trailer lift 1961 Volvo 122S ...............................$1090

.: Richards on US 1. Apti. 251 Regina and 260 Homestead NE 10th RESTAURANT, fully equipped operator, kitchen wanted .. 6:30 p.m. CI 80101. CITY American OP CARS and, "Alwaya used fine Self-contained EZ lift tr. 1961 VW Sedan ........................ ...$1288

8100 DOWN, large with built-in Sbedrro.kit 2: St., Homestead connected with cocktail: 1962 MAGIC Chef gas range, cars" 29340 lo lx.nJ hitch. CI 7- 933 or 2478231. 1961 Simca ........................................$ 718
bath borne
lounge no money needed best offer. CI 8-0706.
chen. Redecorated throughout FURN. Ibedrom. apt 143 N. you stock 26831 S. Dixie CE B5515.DAD WJ Great Lakes 10x55, 2-bed 1960 Falcon Sedan ...........,.,.,........ $ 783

"' sprinkler. corner lyitem.lot IWu well A Flagler AdulU. Hwy j 61-B Articles Wonted clean! Auto used 30078 We buy S. rm.awning, bath ft screened ft !,. aluminum porch. Pb' 1960( Corsair 700 4 door ....................$ 891

this one. Carmine Reat'l.tat. FURN. duplex. 1032 NW 9th USED CAR lot & swap shop,' Federal Hwy a 71372. or CI T SI.37. 1960( Hillmon Wagon ......................... $ 566

;Broker or CE ,8-4001.Homestead 336.2812 St. CI 2807 or Cl 73420. $3500 .22611 CI 7-0774 So. Fed.or CI llwy.Goulds. 7R2B2 .-. GUNS N. Krome needed Ave by Arjr Ralph'kind, 128 CE 8-3343. 88 Trucks For Solo 1960( Vauxhall Sedan ......,......,..........$ 593

FURNISHED apartment. 336 age. Cash wailing any DICK Conley Chevrolet, Inc, I 1960 Simca Sedan ............................$ 521
tfOO DOWN will get you a 3- :'W 4th Ave.KEYWAY new ft used cart, 261 Parkway 'USEE' nan
bedrm., central heat I 61 Articles For Sol. WANTED to buy Used refrigerators Cl 7.2121 or CE: 81832. tatlon Trucks Auto ft ft Buses Bus Sales 1960 Fiat Sedan ...,.,..........................$ 541

,-J.:sprinkler Marter s,)'stem, awning or. CI E. Apti, efficiencies Motel Florida, room.City.,. < \ CE, freezers 5721S. alrttltinner FRED Warnock Ford new ft Gnu Id.. CI 7.8454.EVERYONE 1958 Simca ........ ............................$ 288

: 7-8106.: The! ClKe'o.., 220 moderate rates weekly CI 7- ANOTHER week racks special of for snorted one used cars 1300 N. Fed Hwy.Homestead ., 1954 Metropolitan H. Top .................,..$ 276
N. Krome Ave., Realtors, 4558. : 63 Boots ft Accessories CI 7-3112 or CE80B73 READS j
items including blouses,
I HomesteaJ LOVELY bedrm.. apt downtown shirts, sweaters, children I Sports Cars
1100 DOWN, 3bedrm, 2-bath year lease 143 NW 1st wear, etc., lOc each, no deal BARGAIN, 78 HP elect start Classified !
.. Display Classified Display *1 1963 TR-4 HT ................... .
with large Family room, St. CI 7-6303. ers. Parish Thrift Shop, 278S. 1960 Johnson outboard motor .,..,... .....,$2183

near Schools Elementary Convenient A Jr. High MODERN 1 and 2.bedrm Ju. Krome Ave. 248th, top St.value CI 7-6924.$457. 1835:1Ii: V 1963 Austin Healy Sprite .....,..........$1486

ping and' Air Force ibSf7 pie* apts, furn, by wk. Cl BARGAIN like new wink 1962 MGA ......... .............................$1593
72232 or Cl 0-02/8!: fur coat (like mink) $50, get BOAT trailer tires, tubas, .
See mo. makes this today.complete Carnlne payment Real I IUNIIURN. old fur cost free. 24" Crifli- wheel anj <
? Estate Broker, Homeitead 2 A 3bedrm.Near air, 2bathduplex bate man riding mower/ used 2 Cities Service 777 Homestead 1962 MG Midget ................................$1297
338.2812 apts. mo. $100 CE 61268. Blvd. 247-4355
or CE 84001. 14473 A 80.5 SW 288 St. C'UI 1961 TR-3 ............ ..... ................,....$1291
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w with new range It refrig I AND hedrm.. apts tor rent
Lg fenced lot with bearing turn or unfurn. 1483 NW 1st ft U. S, 1. CE 81893. cond. skils .tt tow. rope 1960 MGA .......................................$1174

fruit tree.. $88 mo. pays all Ave, Fla. City. (Northern 01 7 5640. 29120 SO. FEDERAL HIGHWAYNext 1960 TR-3 ........................................H8l

Carmine Homestead Real 338.2812 Estate,or Broker CE 8. T BDRM. unfurn. Utilities furn Classified Display Classified Display if To Piper Lounge South of Biseoyno 1955 Austin. Healy ..............,.............$ 699

4001. nr. shopping CE 2881.. I 1956 Jaguar Cpe. ........ ....................$1002

.- EVERYONE READS PHONI Circle 7-2)21 Homestead Transfer and Storage 1957 FORD Foirlana 500, HT. ,. . .$425 South Dade's Exclusive

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Especially when it comes to paying for anything! Qulgt y! 6hi' an hour late newt"Today's i !tor ] DPROIRRYOCCURRaq CKUWM' HOW THAT tws OOT THi JWPOH anal!! Pew,,Re0e II WNICN 1a ITM( NAD 10NTorre AIOM6TNINei
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U& a 1tnddlt( Kingfish action may still> running Into the brld,*. All
11.Adam'.IIOa ;Ktnc.', b* found InII.* Alligator Ibis In a pored of 80 minutes

U. ecn tl this A.. 11 T..hub 1Ta Light area off Iilamorada. In one day.There GULBRANSEN MORTON KLEIN
?Touch 11I4 Z9.Sharp Thll tremendous ichocllnj of I* I definite need for TRANSISTOR ORGANS
to eDit tutu king marker It one of the better facllllici In this area
abbr. ; B.Cover 11. ride'a .UIIQI1IIt but In recent fta,.. The con- used by ao many trailer craft Now and Used CUSTOMTAILORING

11.Harm* wlW JII"IIIIt 4 SL BlDp central Ion of fish I* expert but until the need It met w* .j Pianos. ind O.ln.t .
*V.lonctoi eIZT.laklmo
a tall sBoole>mI1 JIOIIIIo alol 4aNob1e.rehlciee ed to remain In thla ire the all must pull together and doa glow

: $LOx.eert. pout remainder of the month and better job to keep boating t fpeclolConnRhopwd) :

knife 3LW.trut JD4la ceo Qu14I4 Into March. cntoyable anti pare, ; 25-pedal console organ $79S
a.Woutt4 The excellent king fishing Boaters have long been tw OPEN CI 7-2471
mart I I. 1 + I r i s e30.1ltanueaipt
enjoyed by many hi received cognized for their courtesy

abbr.SfWMkeu. : Io I II I much publicity for the and wllllngneai to aid where House of Melody, Inc. c A 14, W.itMowrySf,

put weeks and the many needed. We must keep It this
2LZCpoch. 13. 3Sf1.1Luae now lies. turned Into a multi. way or the day will com
o! when reatrlctlnn and law en- Open Eves except Sun, "H.167M27
tude which has created I prob'rm ,, ,,
Otlr1' I" Ie IIIIT. In launching for anglers forcemeat on the waters will ____ __ m""m :
.Put out who trailer their craftIf parallel that of our highway
MKnlgliUiLKocooOt 17 'I I' By
\\hen launching In crowd ALLEY OOP
y u'r* one of the lucky
U.1.rtmtt 11 U a. aotUIIIcIiJII' sportsmen mho ran have hit I ed condition, tilt the motor,

fishing during the week whet remove tie downs, check plugs IviAtanww tuvoouceocs dustecautsNAD VVtli;TIIoes t0wu..ALL RIGWT 11/e PLACJt
2' sr a 21 2' the free ramp near Indian and put any gear Into the A e'4EOJff TMEUe duel lO SWTYCOOY 1MEV u6ED A fiUV PIPN'T I ir YOU Me ST PUT MOe1010 WONT a ANY
Key Channel bridge I II not boat while waiting your tun ADMIlcnOM AecrRTANJ NNOwssan 55,5 SRUNEIITC tvBM WKW V_ vxi eitm r4eLY400D f 0Ne 6Tyr /
J1.UJll1ll .. JI u, FOR 1545 caoe or A PRuNETTmS 4. a NLR .
to crowded your problem ll at the tamp. This levee time ft 6DiATRA f RPC5CUAJs. TdafIzeItMIhI.
... at the water' edge and atom fu
s4 I. e-I n minor In comparison to the ,4c515
<< weekend anglcri. ten the next fellow' wait

d.IOt'A ee 4A r: Fls4I1.t The limited launching fa- Always have a member of '

UIMI'IGftr cllltlel which are burdened the party direct you when ::1 0wL -, .e
4& 4. 44 with trailer boatmen make backing to the water and if

eg.tIleotaL' I II extremely necessary for possible pick up the other
4 41r4Te.adm
each of 01 mho VM this rocky member of the party at another

: 41- 41 ramp to prattle the utmost spot to (i not to tie r

4RTlint' In courtesy toward our up the ramp any longer than 1. I 4 /
fellow boaters Courtesy I I. necessary If motor trouble rl
Puzzle! No.797 Hot enough In torn caiei develop., pole away from the

which I'\,* witnessed Her ramp and to the lIdo before a

m* must be extremely alert, working* on the engine.

3 Brotherhood Awards Planned Mv pitlenc and keep tempera These, plus other time savers -

down. will help keep boiling NEVI W1/ATCHA IM lPJ iNG OOP Slit TN/e WE91YE1/, eoMED4ING'S YEA e t colt p, tru Nnaewtaow
Three leading citizens o( Named to receive this high During the Christmas holl- fun for everyone, DOING WITH ao it TO RETp'otXJ O1GreTRi. oecA; WROAKiiI 1txJI LOOTOpt I C7r CIJiARTT
Did County will be given\ the est honor granted by the fiCCJ days ,,"e launched our rig THAT/ TIMErwa AETTIN0Vp1N/lp (NINA WA. P31Jrw.MCNINEr ./. ? 1WT.7eT10ut
Sitter Medilllon( Brotherhood I are Yoke T Maroon, Miami and while my partner parked Charles GNTMtiANDIFJ PIaOUECTr MO"iPE

Award *t the annual l dinner of banker; WillUm D. Singer, the car two men barked their HolleyTo ,',
SllIonllCOnrtrtnCI founder of the Royal! Castle
the Florid Region,
rig Into my bow while I was
of ChrlstUn and 'Sitem and McGregor Smith, Address GOP ,
Kartlng the motor to :
move away -
Jews, f"eb. 18 It the FonUlne.bleiu fhilrmin of the board of the from Y th.
the Not I only
Florid Power and LJght Co
did they hit my boat but continued Charles R. Holley, minority 0yt
to back down until leader of the Florid house of V

Read The Classifieds they had pushed m* clear of Representatives, will be speaker iii... ttia f .. O
the ramp Luckily no damage at the annual Lincoln Day e : 11t
was don but one man should dinner at the DuPont Plau Hotel a t
(i.i i.
have directed the driver from .'iaml, at 7 p,m. Thuridiy. j i

tuUlde the ear I can't bellev Holley has been spoken of asa i

anyone would do this possible candidate In run i L1I
on purpoa for governor. ____ /." /. .. .r e.

Just lilt weekend, w. wit The Republican Executive
Prepared By netted three men In a hurry Committee of Dada County Itiponior. DOT uNDERm11l/D MUer Se RR'tot wow enu mes II IP I
LICENSED TAX ACCOUNTANT collide/ with Between 600 and 600 1)4181 714'M cHVE a SOM1TNINO 1VUR mMe-QI95 [ pOP M
another craft persons are expected R>NCTIONWa weolsa OR WORDINAIEB tNPagncTLTf 0 AYJ 4L
GERALD EICHAR broad lid. In the narrow chan The t'wt jw AUGNMaI4T7 ,LT TNCONr i
event will launch the
nel, a boater with motor 1964 IDMT =N

Phone CI 7-6625 Day tlon. being, a traffic shown us jam conalder-on the 'from upcoming Republican the election courthouse campaign for to office the In %, mi r

Phone CI 7-6980 Night highway running!and full a highpoweredrig throttle undr White William !
Barry, pastorof
14813 SW 297th Street, Leisure City the bridge while another St, Patrick' Church at 'lUami *
craft .
Beach, will give the Invo
was told of another boat cation.
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Jan. 30, (12 Newspapers frem ell pert .f c rII
't I, Dd Coyntv en don. Sense for re-election. So aII

do 27 organiiarloni, civic groups) I
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II :' Chad Brings Combo To Town

Famous for "singing their been quietly blick-listed by
minds" with folk song and TV Industry, with the wee o- THESCORECARD
satire are The Chad Mitchell tlon of ABC TVt "Hoot I
Trio, who do a one-night con ninny" show. Stage 'and Screen
odd on Sunday, Feb. 19 It 7:30: Net Only Satire
p.m. et Dade County Auditorium Its not only In satire, however .
>Miami.Unique that the trio Chad 9y SAM BENECKSON, Amuwment Editor '
in today's booming Mitchell Mike Kobluk ind Jot i'
folk field, The Chili Mitchell Fritter ",In, their minds,"
Trio advances DO claim to be. Pleas for peace, tolerance angoodwill d I
tog "ethnic" and yet, at the shin through man,
lime Urn Hi sound li a world of their more serious number,
apart from that of the sleekly which make up :30 per cent 01
polished "pop" folk groups who their avenge program wit FOR DADE COUNTY'S PROSPERITY DIGNITY and FUTURE
have become today's norm 70 per cent devoted to standard ,
Urban Felk fenes popular folk songs about love, i
Difference lies In the fid t travel, pain and humor In r
that the trio, a niperbr musical everydoy life
group, has deliberately! 1.1h"lho work for per-
chosen folk music to serve e. ection constantly, the Trio
1U artistic medium. Urban folk rec gniies 1U obligation is performers r Winston WeWynno
songs and satire, a collateral 10 every concert II
dividend of the new folk boom, ripe with finely-honed muslclinshlp .
serve .i in additional outlet eye-arreotlng showmanship w : Opponent
for the trlo'i desire to express and thoroughly pro-.
lUelf musically In terms of esslonil piclng. ,
contemporary feeling a n d Prim Famlt '
thought. Prime favorites at college yt
Banned Recording campuses, at New York'i Basin I t
Ai a consequence, the trio Street East and Blue Angel\, w I
bit created headlines nationwide ( Los Angeles' Crescendo and w;
with 1U much-praised end Ucigo'i Empire Room, they .Ar i YES ?
much-banned recordings of have starred on the Bell Telephone 'r Maturity
"The John Birch Society," Id Hour (3 times, no other w
Ole MIll end lIeo.Nar.I satires folk act his), Ed Sullivan, j
which are highlights of their "Hootcnanny\ ," "Today," and I.
album, "Sing- the Dinah Shore show, and
la "Jute: blinds," These are have toured Latin America
among their most popular "in under auspices of the U. 8. r

person" numbers, yet they have.State Department. YES -(:r Sincerity ?

; ,

NCO Club Signs Combo; ;' i I

i fI' i

v.... I

Sophisticates Bow InEnlisted I I YES "r Dedication ?

will out of I
it the Horn- Cutler Ridge.Carbo
the many top-renklng/ stage personalities who'll,
stead Air Force Base will soon owner of Carbo Plantics I
pear on the stage at the Mieml' Beach Auditorium
fantastic toured with Lea I
be tripping the light once
during the annual "Show ef Sho"," Feb. 13 for the
to the melody styling of the Brown, "th band of renown"for I
benefit I
of '
new Sophlstlcitea, a musical five: years before migratingIn Variety Children's Hospital. !
combo due to make Its debut In Florida.
at (the NCO club, Saturday, Bloss, queen of the Star, Demich Falls To Fame YES '' Consistency ?
Feb. IS for a special: two-week keyboard tickled the Ivories ,
for the timed Tlco Fer-
engagement. Irma Demich, who recent Ml! flit on her face In front I II
before Florida.And
Following the at rar coming to
appearance I 1
ly completed a co-starring role of of ,
the NCO club, the group moves Gen Barfleld/ who operates In 20th group photographers
Century Fox's "The I Miss Demich recalls that no
to the Officers Club at the the alignment gear at VII It," looks back with
dlamayo on. offered to help her up.
bit Fan American Tire Co. Homestead -
the first day's shooting/ on "In fact," she "they kept I
Formerly the Aatratones, the played the percussion fabulous instruments her Initial film, "The Longeitay. clicking their cameras says and asy'tog'Stay YES "r Dependability ?
versatile Includes Joe for the "
She had .
to ride a blcy.e there, Irlna. Just one
DiMauro, baas fiddler; Tony Clyde McCoy: for two raree d but was so nervous, she morel" I
Carbo, on the gulUr| Gene He was with the -
Barfleld drums and Leslie Band for four years durln'th'r I
Bloss, piano. last war and
Dimauro played with Harry Military College as well: as the
James orcheatra for three yurs University of Georgia
prior to joining up with the The musical combo has appeared -I HARDYMATHESON -(:{ Sound Business
local organisation la 1950. it Mickey's Lounge,
When not devoting time to Redland Tavern, Bird Bowl, YES Approach to Metro ?
music, Joe can be found at the Brookwood Country Club and
Eagle Army Navy store in Kings Bay Yacht Club. I
Government _

Folk Festival Set For

Brotherhood Theme
Political Ambitions

Th spirit of brotherhood Auditorium, 4800 Palm Avenue!, NO ?
with the varying strains of In Hlaleah. UP Other Than Metro

national backgrounds contributing Promising to be more lavish

to harmony will\ be the than ever, the festival will feature MORE JOBS.
them if the annual International ee
Folk] Festival again to songs and dance of many

be sponsored by the City of I countries, including the Greek MORE JOB SECURITY
Hlaleah on February 20, 1964. maids of Athens of St. Sophia -
Greek Orthodox Church, 'r Alignments With
A colorful of
arrary singers the Ukrainian Dancers of Miami NO ?
end dancers of many nations, and the Hungarian KOI-
dressed In their native costumes suth Youth Club. Israel will Special Interest Group
win preaent authentic
be represented by the Beth
songs and dances In the folk Torah Young Judea Chaloot-
entertainment to be presented iler Tootzler dine group and
st I p m. In the Municipal Scotland by the Miami Scottish PULL iwo1i1:

Bagpipe Band and Miss Eleanor PULL
Master PianistIn Draper, dancer. The Shamrock LEVER
Society of Florida will perform y ex'
Our Midst for Ireland, LEVER
The Dad Civic Ballet, directed .
PlanU Tiber Yu tl, a Bild- by )lr.. Frieda Basse), 11AELECT
win concert artist who makes will have a Spanish, French f
his home in South Miami, and Polish group performing, } TO YOU "
7641 SW 62nd Ave., will starta and the Gilbert and Sullivan s
course on piano Interprets- "
Players England.The
tlon pupils Feb. 12th teschcrs.for advanced United State will be rep DADE COUNTY NEEDS A'
resented by the Hlaleah SquareDancers ,
Called a "muter class" In with Russell McKln- u
Europe, Yustl will give the ley, folk singer.Through 5
course once a week on Wednesday ,.
nights In the Binder Mualo the vnfoldment of : MATURE MAYOR
Hall, 1819 Blscsyne Blvl the Festival program, its put il'1;
The course, representing Vus- poll will be revealed] how .
U', opinion on the music discussed the blending of many background HARDY MATHESON METRO
will extend to mid can further the caus
June and will cover about two of brotherhood.
hours at each meeting. Members .
Members of till consular CommissionerPd.
of the clsss are not obliged
to play and can merely corps, mayors of neighboringcities "
listen if they so desire. and other dignitaries Pot, Adv WITH THE PROPER CREDENTIALSf
have been Invited. The public
Yustl won his first gold will be admitted free. \
medal es a pianist at 14 years
of age, studying at the Antwerp I.'
Conservatory and the Brussels I
Conservstory. Ills concert
France, Germany and Italy, BEFORE YOU VOTE
also every South American,
country and many In Central
He has performed with the h
University of Miami Symphonyand

American the Festivals International, also and the Will COUNTRY and FOLK LEVER iI LEVER2A

Youth Symphony here.

In 1853 Yustl conducted a MUSIC
"master class" in Rio, along
the lines of the one planned
here, which was tremendously 2-A

I successful.Be Monday ihru Friday Lynne

has headed the piano departments I .
Conservatory of El Salvador I
and the National School of 1430 ON YOUR e DEDICATION
j Music of Tegucigalpa, Hon RADIO DIAL I
duras.! He makes his horn at II ,
7641 SW 62nd Ave., and lays I THE BEST MAN FOR MAYOR -
u far u he bowl, this will I
be the first time an interpretative 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
piano course has been Pd. Pol. Adv.II' .
offered in the Greater Miami!
M\ ( area. I I


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