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heard the Bt'.Ueaure loin .. '.
to fly into Miami Airport today ,
contacted officials tt the Wreck
airport about truing them

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when Frank Sinatra opened
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\ described the Beatles ae Eng. Voted
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but I'm not sure whether I
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four boys from Britain. Not
typical of British boys, Ipresume
but British never-

theleu. Trailedln 111 $5,000

They are a*1ft

They are cool
DistrictThe
Homestead All)', Joseph Marcus -
They are neat, regardless baa filed suit againit the

of what you think when you voters of Metro District South Dade growers, up In arms over a Labor city for 15,009 and feel for
look at them. And they an E I gave a majority to one can. r Department order that all foreign agriculturallabor : representing Mayor Richard
something to look atl dldate and wound up with the leave the area by Saturday, started an alloutcampalan Conley In three court appearances

They are four performertho other as their district representative Wednesday of wlrlnatheir congressmenand to determine whether the
affect different folks 1ft on the new Metro senators to nee if the ruling can be merged. mayor or the city council had
Jurisdiction of the city police
ways com million, They went Into action aft r
a packed grower hearing Wet,: csn't er won't do certaina I department
Instance, one highrot Under s new charter change, ers
r ne day morning at the Florid I apcclolliod |lobo, Papers were served Fridayon
student said this: commissioners are elected ,
rn the drummer shook countywide though they must L yM ice State In Employment Princeton Service or "This ruling Is dluitrous to City Manager Olaf Pearson *
and to be served
were on
l of districts
I) head I went lpe. be repreicnUUvea There they heard Bryan Page,, tropical fruit growers" da Mayor Con1ey yesterday But
FSES farm labor head, explain I cured Harold Kendall who '
1 you know that an)' Hardy Mstheson, the winning Iho mayor was out of town, and
$5 hll to be swift to have candidate lost In the dlatrl the situation this way: grows and ships avocados and service may bs delayed until
Dade County vas recent limes, "We use these workers
kit effect to Walter Weiss by a vote or y he returns,
5.2M to 1,103 in the unofficial declared: eligible for feder I for skilled! jobs like pruning
/ But an older person, witch abulatlons, Area Redevelopment funds, T o I and other maintenance works "The whole thing I Is so
Jag the BeaUea and the Qualify an area must b, on'e I the groves ---we'ra. 'doing a lot I ". .dl...,** Marcus paid "
7n Math: of chronic unemployment. of this t right now which we "
wi eoleiI .--/hey -sod; corn.t be countywide race -
, I ted: emit won, 72,812 to W.273. There la chronic unemplo, didn't have a chance to do "The charter gave the lI1aorpOlI'.r (
///y 1 t! t' .,Jit went In the county due I n I when the avocado harvest was over the police department a
I II "I never saw such a case District I also voted e majority f Urge part to the many Cuban I In full swing, and the former council
normal people trying to be. ef ballots for WinstonWynne refugees In the Miami area But "We also use them Id harvesting tried to take It away, -
t Idiots" M the race for county In a ao-called "distressed operations where know "After Judge (John J) Kehoe
mayor< Chuck Hill, the winner tS 1f area, Importation of foreign, 1 I" ledge of the differing varieties ruled that police matters were
You hive to be pretty ceuntywldo, trailed Wyn- bor Is unjustified In the e'elor Important." In the mayor's hands, the council

quire to so be awlft.ao affected by no, ',$" te ',ns, In this district. the U S. Department of La ""', Idiotic/ said trie Insisted on continuing the

anyone bor.Hardest Schmidt boon court action with a second
pelt
The Beatles are rock 'n' District I voters followed thereat JAMES Q. DuPONT of Wilmington, Del, point to a sketch he used In o tlko"ncleclll hit will be growersof grower hearing and aa appeal"The
roller who play their guitars of the county In the aeectlon on estimated 250 members of Homestead area civic clubs end pole beans and troplcaIrults. He himself Is unaffected by
tf these
and a let of drums and vocal of the four remaining their wives at Homestead Air Force Iou Officers Club Tuesday slight. Talking Many growers. he ruling, as he used Puerto controversy data beck
offshore labor
ommlsiioners.. rely heavily en Rican labor, but ha forecast to December, 1M2, when the
lie at the lame time Harold Greene defeated Tom on "Patterns for Success," he devaloped basic point on the "builness com I chiefly from the iihomis that many of his fellow grow mayor sought an "Injunction
,
Some claim they can't sing. 51110 6.IU to SM3 la the di. pass" which hove guided the DuPont company from a ana-man operation In and Jomnlca claiming irs who make use of foreign to keep control el the police
but that should be of little rid, Lew Whltworth led Ml 1802 to the enterprise It is today, hit demotic'" farm work I agricultural workers would be department,
concern They aren't the first tOil Thompson 7,091 to 4,(IS: ------ -- -- bird hit.Cutting. Marcus
performers to have bad to Tom O'Mslley had .52T vote of aetbanla poles, represented Mayor
learn to ling after becoming to David Kennedy's 4,717, .nd i staking and training the bean :onley, against City Attorney
Said Feasible Vernon Turner,
(amoui. Earl Shames soundly defeated South Dade Tollway runners up them are among representing
I the city and the city
lughlan Long, District 7 Incumbent operations In pole bean culture manager
They alio wear wigs (I to 4 285. which offshore workers do and He won a temporary Injunc-
trust ll'a not hairdos on their 7,112 which many domestic laborers I ion, and, in February, 1963,
beads) that any number ol The moil resounding defeat Commission are apparently reluctant or unable 'I i permanent injunction when
that el Lang by flames.In It's To New NovAnother
was
others who are aped by then District I Starees garnered But Up to do skillfully. Judge Kehoe ruled again In
want to ape. If you doubt "D don't know whit I'd do I favor of the mayor,
of the vote
the popularity of those wigs a large majority without my Puerto Ricsns." Bills for the first court appearance.
consider this; In the Kendall ares, and also One of the first matters to begin at the present terminus so that they could support III: prpoosal showed a aid Schmidt. Supplies of lab $300 and for the
picked up the majority of the go before new county fommll..Ioner. of Interstate Highway U at SW lanes of traffic when the need< route considerably west of U from that U S. Island are second, $2,401 for Marcus ser-
An area department store Negro vote will be that of a toll. 32nd Road in Miami and para. arises s, 1 the full distance of the scarce however he added and Ice to the mayor were reused
got In a ihlpment of them Severolleadera of the NAACP. way linking South Dade with lei U. S, 1 to approximately N Preliminary estimates show highway It this time In the season prob. by the council
Tuesday morning and they end CORE reportedly gave unofficial Miami Kendall Drive where It would the cost of the proposed toll Still another would be near ", Impossible to obtain. In March, Tumor told the
were all told before dark. endorsements to Stares commission thla turn westward to the Seaboard way to be In the vicinity 01 the bay, following Old Cutler council that he "believed'' the
The outgoing
In the effort to unseat Long At present there are 21]3
And a fellow who makes Beat
million Road much of the
of threereposed Airline Railroad.The f68 way. city could win an appeal and :
week approved one '
wigs reported the other night Hardy Matheson .attributes foreign agricultural laborersworking
of The alternate for
Wilbur
route would follow the Under the proposal partial was was 'instructed ky the council ,
he had unfilled orderiThe s win to the act that he opposed routes for the toll- In Dado County
300,000 Smith and Associates. It ws a different routing along par) .
te proceed with the
Sesdade, yet Weiss who way submitted by the engineer- railroad to approximately 102nd Abnoy Cox, of H. L. Cox and sc- .
toll of 30 of the Seaboard
Beatles are fellow ,,'ho trongly advocates Seadad log firm of Wilbur Smith and Avenue, and turn almost due anticipated that a rlght-ofway Son In Princeton, vice proil- tlon.
continuing that direction cents, or approximately one Conrad said this route would But a new city charter,'
south and
do tome sort of gyrations aa carried most of the precincts Associates dent ol t Florida Fruit
cent a mile, would be sufficlen not be urgently needed until adopted by voters early In Oc-I
they attempt to make muilc. until it intersected with Vegetable Association, soldi.
on Miami Beach which reportedly But it took no action towards
maintenance costs end time in the future and
to pay some tuber, made the question of
north of Caribbean
8.1
U.
But their actions can't bold just
la the major objector tothe uthoritlng further work on
bond Issue for the that five from wouldbe "We anticipated we'd need
a candle to Elvis Presley in Boulevard In Cutler Ridge, retire con years now police authority a moot point
hit heyday That might be be.eau.e proposed oil refinery In the proposal It would structioa of the road soon enough for planning 4 SO offshore laborers by March, b y placing power in the hands
As proposed cramthrough
District I. Before that can be done de. such a route, when vegetable planted
the wigs Interfere with Conrad told the commissioners crops of the council and city manger
The now commlstlon, which Cutler Ridge approximstcly -
tailed studies by the commisorlon the would after the January freeze ma' ,
their eyesight will tike the reins of along the right-0f way county probably
ever and county engineering lure. There'll be a terrific demand
with The city appeal dated
have to come up f5OOooo for
of 107th Avenue then continue
Among other things, I think county government at mid- department are necessary at that time, Now 1 It Oct. 22 thrown
I Intersect for the firstyear's, operating Pilot School was out of
the "
east of highway,
night Ta day, will be com- Pawl Conrad, riprotontitlveel looks like we'll have none
the Beatles are opportunUtJ.The'v. court because
and maintenance costs to assure It was a dead
the U S. 1 at
with ,
posed ol those men By-Pssa At present 83 offshore work
the engineering firm, sold
good thing Issue
got a goIng sale of revenue bonds,
and Intend to capitalize Chuck Hall county mayor* studios had shewed the toll- Homestead Study Slated era are employed in tropics
on ItYou ommlttloner), Joe Beyd, wry te be feasible, though I Tentative plan, for the If the plan la adopted by fruits, and 150 In vegetables, Marcus has twice attempted
Alex Cordon, Arthur Patten, the county might have to art highway calls for six bites the county and passes a pub-' mostly pole beana N collect for representing the
can buy, besides wigs .ow Whltworth, Tom O'Malley, aside funds te Insure payment divided by a median strip lie hearing, constructioncould Representalves from elementary Cox add 1 that the Fruit and mayor 'In the injunction| and
.
Beatle T.shirts, swat shirts, loreld Croon, Earl Itarnoa te bond holders. duringthe item the Miami terminus' to be completed In three schools throughout the Vegetable Association had (ore appeal
key chains etc. and Hardy Mat ee.n. lint year of operation, Le June Road, four I lanes to lour years the county Association will attend a meeting of lien the action for some time., Both bills hive been denied
And Four of the members of thenew The approved route follows (and ultimately all) IremLoouno By that time It Is antlcl- Education at :ut:1::1 and had been trying to (ore b y the city
they have a counter 11.11 It."Now.
nine-man commission are | te Cutler' Ridge and paled that the toll road would
which tad In
movement to the National very closely one eights Elementary School we're turning the inIvldual February, he lint a bill
finitely opposed to Seadade, been drawn lour 'lanes 'ram" Cutler' Ridge handle about 45,000 cars a day, for
Stamp Out The Beatli Move up by county en- Monday at 8:SO p.m, growers loose to see $lsoo, plus $n In court
ment It'. known as the end they can be expected t4join neers In making up the Metro te Homestead If the road U built, the drive Mss Marie Jensen, principal what they can do," he said oils, and warned the council
Stamp Out Detroit Movement Matheson'a attempt to aster Land Use Plan. Bridges crossing roads and from Homestead to Miami will I of South Miami Heights Elementary that nonpayment by Feb. 15
Presumably they're alee a new study of Sesdade In effect, the route would waterways would be designed take about 30 minutes. a pilot school In the would up the figure to $2.041.
trying to push the sale of ID an effort to block the propoled new primary school program !Fascell May Tell r The present suit for $5,000 la

those little foreign can.Yep refinery. will give a report on the progress because of a long period of
tfstheson has already stated Health Department Investigating of the program at her Election Plans hOD.p.'ment. Marcus aald.
I think they're opportunists. that he wants the commission school Costs, which Include some
They're out to make to study the Sesdada Issue Miss Betty Cilkey, supervisor This Afternotfn saT In deposition, now are well
a few million and seem well (For a complete record ofthe CanalCounty of the South District will also I over $100

oa their way voting la District the I,chart precinct Fish Perish In speak. Congressman 1>1'11'* 'B. Farcell In addition/ the city has
by precinct, see on
On Is expected to formally an- nd te pay Turner same ",501
that. I have a suspicion three,)
they'd better be swift, page and state health department and unitarians Wednesday to died because of decaying vegetation Public InvitedTo ounce this afternoon that hewill for appoaroncis to roprount
for It won't be long before officiate are attemptng look Into the problem, and dispatched In the water which has I be a candidate for re It in the actions, ever end
they've gone real cool Guard Chasing to find out why hundreds agents to take samplesof been almost motionless for the Bicycle Ride election, bove his $4,Mg< ) i year ,..
reillyl ot lab died this week In the the canal water past several weeks while canal Everyone II Invited to rldo lie has called a press conference tuner' it city .".r"....
2 Suspects DiesJohn North Canal east oCHomestead gates remained closed, Dr with the Bicycle Club of Home- for 2 p.m. In the Co- Marcus told this newspaper
and north of Biyfront Park. Testing will begin this mornIng Cato ssld. I lead from downtown to Camp umbus Hotel of Miami yesterday that he Is willing to

WEATHERS Pulvera, Miami a guard Anglers discovered the fish to determine if fertilizersand The gstes are opened by I Owalisa Bauer Sunday after A Valentine party in his hon negotiate a settlement but
.t the Jefferson Store In Ken floating belly-up in the canalIDd Insecticides draining from county public works depart- noon. or Friday night at the DuPont'laze "It' their place to come to me
L. ,," dell died of a heart attack Sun- lining Its banks, but could nearby fields poisoned the fish. ment men to permit excess Fun and good healthy exercise nosy be the first major If they want to talk terms; after -
S 'adsy .. 61 42 day while chasing two suspect- find no cause for the wholesale Unconfirmed reports that water to flow seaward but I are promised those who event of his election campaign all, I lied the suit because
HnndsyTuesday ", 87 44 ed shoplifter destruction someone had dumped raw sewage I present water levels have been :participate. of nonpsymcnt"
78 53 The two suspects were aught Dr. T. R. Cato, county health into the canal also will be lower than normal and the The cyclers will leave from Fascell war first elected to Marcus has engaged At'',.
Weduesdsy 71 43 by police but not charged with department head. called a investigated Dr. Cato said. I gates have not needed to be I the First Methodist Church In Congress in IBM. He his acre Henry Amoon of Miami to rep.resent .
anything. meeting of Us chief engineer It la possible -that the fish opened officials add.. J Homestead at 3 p.m. cd continuously: since 1955. him In tha actioD.H .



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I i Florida City Officials Quit II B.services BillieFuneral OBITUARIESPaul will b* new and Funeral one grandchild aerrlrei will\be i hi I


Saturday at t In Brink
p.m.
I r-
/ "'/> ...: today at I pm.funeral it the Home.PhilbrkkSUnftll r.lf\ officiate: :. lice. Otis Ci

.. ____H 16645 Soulh Viola l Hwy for Burial r
be In Palma Memorial

Pilo i ies Three Resign Crowd Hears Paul Mend.B.,. BilUl. 71, who died Ralph\ llaswell Park I

!? Billlg, who lived at 8793 SW Ralph P. Unwell, B6. of 14'
70th Ter., cam her 32 years irding Drive, Leisure r
no from Xlorjinton, N. C. Hewu died Feb 12 it Honest
DuriqgMission Little l member of the Soulh Manor Nurilng Home
il'1t..Yetti
Mare Expected Exciting Miami Lutheran Church. lie bid been a resident ;
'\.; Surviving Ire hit wife, JUr- nine years, coming her fn
riot B one ton, W J. of )tiiiarhuietti.Hli .
Hire* city mplo>'ei of Florida because I feel i would not be Rumors that City Manager I Dtickiburf, Vl ; two daughters, wile Evilini, survives
City submitted their reilg- able to work and da i iitli- Richard Schmunk nil going Mn David J. N'l! of Horn- Funeral irnngemenli iii I
nations this week In a continuing factory job with the Incoming to "tell all" about hit firing stead and Josephine Bllllf and under direction of Slncori l
Wemorlit aenleei will beheld upheaval it city bill following commission They have made lut week of Police Chief M'U- one borlhrr, Luther ill of eril Home,
a') U a m. today In the the Jin. 21 municipal statements to the effect that Him Fnulo led! to a picked Reading Pi. md five grind- J. \llavitand
chapel it Homestead Air Force election. certain city rmployei would be house at Tuesday nlght'i meetInf child"n. )
Bass for Cipt Eugene Union, Besides City Manager Diehard rtpliced. Rather thin jeopir- of the City Commission E W. AftrMht:' mill officiate John W Havlland 68,
bans officer whose body was Schmunk, who hid announced dire my work record I feel But the crowd went awiyJdliappolnted. with burial at Miami Memorial Tower Road and SW m: >
found Monday In a North Carolina v Street, Florida City, died F.
two weeks ago that he It'i best for me to leek employment H Park Cemetery,
after he pirachuted 11 In James Archer Smith
swamp In Industry" ,In, fennel te the H <
from .n FIDO which was would resign, are: private i a report Ilil.
William Bush
hiving mechanical difficulty, Rev Charles M Dupllitey. (The clergyman hn held the commission, Schmunk menly He hail been a resident nr

Capt. Lexlon, piloting one of building Inspector and director Florida City job to supplement repeated hit statements ., William (Yan<*)) Bush, 69, lOCO coming her from Ri
18 F-100 Super Sabre Jet of public works for the put ISmonthi. his Income n pastor of the ItlrrL lest week that he hid i\\. of 1007 NW Hut Avenue. more. lie was a retired "ret!
missed Pawls fir ",r... In-
mill First Pentecostal Churchof
pl.n..1 attempting! to ren
died ffb. I In
REV C. M. OUfLISSIY Homestead grocer
deiroui with a tinker plane James D. hair, automotive Homeiteid.) sampetence" and "|**d ..114IlIfflcl.nt James Survivors Include his
when the difficulty occurred.Crewmen Inspector it the inspection ill- Quite City Jab, ,....an.NIII Archer Smith lIoaplt.tI III'i (
lisle "I received word that | lit hid bn a mldtnt for C.nt'lrnoO and two bent
the tinker said Uon since It opened la Florid before
so I would be discharged! If and a windup leulon ,36 and wu i retired '1', Earl and Courtney of Bi
ynra
they MW hit parachute *,.". City last June when the new administration In announcing his Intended the lame duck commission barber, For winy yurt he timor e.
Case of hit death still li not It', turner*** that mere motwe weeks he iild elected
took office. Therefore It leaver ago, gives way to the newly 'owned ind operated the Rush Funeral services will be h.this .
known at the local base, where rilnitlni ire .fl the way me no alternative but to rev he wanted no further part of body Feb. 25, the group: Barber Shop on North Krome afternoon at 2 o'clock
officers of his squadron the haters the new city idmlnli.tritlen the dt '. political iltuitlon
Rranam Funeral
.
Chapel.
e Heard i request for donitlon Avenue*. Tt .
308th Tactical Fighter Squad. takes ever ,*... U. He crIUcUed whit he termed"polillcil I... Graham will
member of offlcliti.
of properly In Bryan Ed- Hi wit a charter BIT
ron are milling autopsy reports Incoming Mayor Joseph Tom. Ichmunk, wh mkmlMd operitlon" of the
I" will be In Palms
Woodman of Memori
wards Pirk ai a site for i clubhouse of the Homtttrid
from Wilmington N C atil, the diy after his victory his resignation t* the "lameduck" city police department and declared RICHARD SCHMUNK Homestead Park.
for the Fraternal Orderof the World and the
lariat will b* In Arilnrt.nNational
over Incumbent Mayor JohnDuggin .
Tomiul'i
Cemetery at 10 aim, City Cmmlnln Teas.day postelection Police. (Photo by MoIII."d) Rotary Club i a member of Infant DiesThe
criticized services I
city night, asked that It b* attack on budget Increases re Homestead Elks Lodge, OddFellows
Friday, after services In the and budget Increases, and said fleeted Immature attitude' e letter three-diy old inn of llr
!. effective Feb IS, but WH .n Heard from Home- of the two clllei In surfacing and Palma Vista Maionic -
mitiry ch..I.A he planned! a houie-cleanlng. prevailed upon by that bdyt it to the full reiponilblliUei Held City Manager Olaf Peir- and Initalllng ildewilki along : and Hi. Mircelo Mitlu of 23Silver
native of Biteivllle, Ark. Lodge
Winning commission seats remain until Feb 21, of government. I asking Palm Drive, Gouldi, diFeb
ton joint participation Lucy Street.
hli wife He-
h lived Kansas Avenue ,
on were Sam Torclse and Joseph I I Surviving an 11.Funeral.
homestead AFB with his wife Rccehed Schmunk'i for- Mn. Nina
who slate tHai| i daughter, services will be bel'Ihll
Accurilo
ran on
i
and two children.Of mil resignation and prevailed I Huiton of Mlimlt I deter morning at 0 o'clock und
Tonuitt.In
the 18 F-IOOe on the non- with Fair Offices Open Today on him to stay on until Feb Mr. Hattie Btdiole of Seile, the direction of Sincere F '
stop tactical minion to Turkey, announcing their ritlf* ; 11 rather thin Feb. IS, his rev! Ala. and two brother, Dr ner.lllome In Mliml Memorl: '
IS mid the trip without inter nitleni, Hctve| this litwr quested resignation' date I John Rush of Columbus, Ci., cemetery.Martha.
ruption. Cipt Lexlon'i plane diy, the Rev. Mr Duplliiey/ a Listened la a detailed accounting and Charlie Bush of JicVion- Jones
mined In the North Carolina and Hal mid thei. itire- from the city man, tills. '
swamp, and two other Jets mints t* th. t>rtitDuplliiey DeadlinesAreAnnounced alter on tomp.ratlbud't'l.. Funeral Mrrlrti were held Mn, Martha n. Jones, 51, c
line J In Europe one with : "I am resigning for the put ilx years. Tuesday In Branim Funeral 2716 SW 123rd Road, Gould,
hydraulic! problems and an e Granted a carryout beer Chapel Rev Eldon Simmons died Feb 9 In James Arch
other which escorted the din* The South Florida Fair it strap it 247-9009: or the lair cemmenlil firms, nwkllihemei license to Sirs, Mildred Archerfor officiated Burial wn In Pilmi Smith 1I0 1llal. \
abled plane to a life landing Attempted SafeCracking homestead" beginning March 4 office at 247.2234. new tare, i,*rti care a store it 43 N. Krom AVI. Memorial Park with Masonic She had been a resident t
for a flve-diy run, will open Club exhibit and money.mik-I end Will.Mlllliry graveside lervlccl.Charles South Dade for 40 years, con
ProbedA fair offices at 10 a,m. today H log booth apace may b* re. displays in expected On the Fnul dismissal, beg to Gould. from her birth
Square Dance 201 N. Krome Avenue, served by filling Charles Grif- from Army Air Fore and Ichmvnk said\ that he wn Eby plat' In Mliml
Manned Monday through Saturday fin at 247B41I, or the fair office Navy units stationed In South prepared te five a full,, report She was a charter membtr
Classes SlatedThe suspect In li urder Investigation from 10 i.m. to 3 p.m., by the urn deadline Florida from Browird Countyto 1ft me facts t. the ititc'irremey I Chirlei Ernest Eby, 64, died the Flnt Presbyterian Churt
attempted nighttime. the office will supervise planning time. Key West er t* a Men) grand Feb. 11 lit his residence, 221 and a foimer member of I Ik'oman'i It
South Did Dance breaks Into
safes buildIng
Squire two
Club will sponsor free weeklysquare Southwest First at a Street for the growing fair Advertising apace In the' The mldwiy, with 22 rides, (levy If the mmlnln V NK 15th Street I Club of Ilomeitei'he
dine lessons In the Monday, Homestead police iild which this year exprcU ittendinee fair program must be reserved torn never teen In the area sired Th l.m..411c" body He rime her three months, was secretary of Dr. T.
Cutler Ridge Community BuildIng Wedneidiy.Tn. of more than 60,000 by Saturday, by calling it the !before, will Include i double lrd Infermilly that the ago from Moot-thud re,., U Cato when the County Hcilltl
alerting Wednesday at 8 Sft. Steve Roberta de-I, persons fair office James Hirkneii li ferris wheelAfrlrulturil. facts should i* brought cut make hli home. He wn a retired .1 Vpirtment was formed In't tl \}, \
pm. scribed ai "imiteurUh" efforts Deadlines fer '-hlWt Mice promotions and advertising and homemik- iota ton *.pen-.fcut tk n* employ of the C and 0 '/0'r. flj
Enrollment will be limited to break Into safes at the National -' and advertising ,In the celrful chairman log ikllli .Including a livestockcontest action, Railroad ind was I member of Surviving are her husband
lesson fair program were inrxunced ".11b.\ displayed in First Bllpll.t Church Walter 11.1| a mn, Walter Jrof
after the fourth to those Brands of Homestead This yur'i fair, (arrest ever
competllloni for Juniors and Incoming Mayor Joirph Tom.
who attended the Initial In beer warehouse and Armor this Wit k. Gould., and a idler, Mil
held ,, I
In the Hemeirei
,
I area Id u 114. ml and his two supporters, Surviving an Mi wife, Emmi Elizabeth Miami
Bush of
.trucUon.lpl'rlod. Agricultural Chemical Co., Commercial exhibltori
mu.1rflI'rve will future ihewi *f vlntit,
For furt'-er Information, rill which use opposite ends of the 5 Commissioners elect Sam Tor. ) a daughter, Mrs I.iverri Funeral services were hole
Feb.
space by pm. tin, Sewers and orchids,
)1,.. Jay Schlerier at 2716334., large building. I 29, by tilling R. M. (Mac) Gil. displays frem clvl'* stubs and I 3 To Give CM been! and mum Joseph publicly Accurilo about, hive the Leach brother,of Jack Covlnglon Rby of, KM MI.ml'l a yterlan Tuesday' morning Church. Rev First Frank Free '

Fnulo firing, declining comment U Elvery offlclaUd. Burial
East until they tike office. 1205,470. It* Cited these reasons was In Woodliwn Park came
Ridge
I SouthDadeAreaDirect ; Det Eugene McAUIiter of the for the increaser: ta" In Miami under the dime
rYi Homestead police mid the request Uo" of Branim Funeral llone.
Musicale for donation of a U by e Salaries paid for the newi. Alma
Lones
800 foot strip of Bryan Ed. position of municipal "
Auto Repairs Hearing Aids 1 Three South Did reildenti wards Park for the added help In several city departments Mri. Alma Lonei, 71', did
with years of profenlonil mu- clubhouse. F.OP'j to handle Increnlng Fb.1 12 at her residence In
ANDY'S Aulo RepairsALL rare; DEMONSTRATIONTriple steal background will present The commission Initrucled needs plus salary Increases for Key Largo Pak In Key Larro.
N'11I \ Preltcllo" When fan evening musicale at 7 p.m. City Attorn.'IIII.m\ Ingraham city offICial and city employ- She had lived there line Iftil,

MAKES AND MODELS VeuluyAZENITH Sunday at East Ridge Retirement to draw up i lease of the ei over the 7ura.E.I.bU.hm.nt. coming from Philadelphia
MEAKINO I AID
Village] property at $50 a year for 10 Surviving an her husband,
17 YRS. OF EXPERIENCE F V) M FISCHER & SONS (, The program of cluilcil num., years. with option to renew of the new Buill: | three brother and three

18330 So. Dixie Hwy P rrn.-CE 5-8605 ,irvit ell Ul NORTH KROME AVC, here, interspersed with light and Me All liter will! present this motor Inipectlon department sisters of Pennil\nla, and

e111 HOMESTEAD I open aelectloni, will be given i ..1It'rn.II10 the police fraternity More street lighting, Improved three grandchildren and saves
artier Shops Janitor Supplies and Chemicals by Erie Cooke, Mrl. Helen for apprmil recreation programs. great'grindrhlldren,
Junnli inborn and Mrl Mil- Final dt'r.lon111I\ be Feb Funeralll'rvictl\ be Mt
"':"" Dilly Deliveries, Just Phone V.-2i1.2056-23I.3261 oil* Thompion.Mr 21 at a continuation of Tuei e Ciptital Improvements, including Friday morning at 10:30
Dwains Barber Shop TRACY CHEMICAL CO. I Cooke, baritone soloist, diy nlght'i, mertlnt. The local new itrttti, fire department > 'clock In Rrinim Funeral

) HT YOUR HAIR II OUR IUSINCIS Swimming Pool Supplies Piper Goods Service Station hid an extensive background FOP. embraces 57 men from equipment, water iyi- will Chipel. Rev. Leroy Burgess
5) DWAIN, IAN, AND NAT Supplies Bit A Restaurant Supplies Itemi for Motel I on the concert and operatic the homestead ind Florida City tern Improvements, building of officiate
Hotel, Club, School, Horn and Hoipltil Use All Types of itige, ai well ai In radio, In police forces, the highway pi- Inspection station and recrra- C. Salazar
Phone M7-2KI the midwest prior to moving to tool and border patrol ion ficllltlei, .
Floor Finishes CI? Eoipi Detergents Floor Machine i Cailmlro Salazar, IS month-
205 N. Krom Ave, Homestead Florida Sales and Renlili.... Leisure City a few years igo On the Lucy Street prepei11 "During this period of ill old ion of Mr, and Mri. Olrgiro -
22401 Old S. Dixie Highway, Couldi I MM. Thompson who studied Schmunk cimmented that years the records will reflect Salazar of Redland Roid
muilc at the University "of Initilllni sidewalks Involves more capital Improvement and W. )10Stl't'rt, diedFeb.
Your Ad Can Be Here! Jewelers Glttt : Minnesota and Sherwood School assessing affectd tl.|iirri made within the city thin durIng 9 In Biptlit HotplUl
of Music, hn had many yeiriit along the taste which the previous 40 of Graveside amlrei were Mt
FERGUSON JEWELERS a professional soprano soloist would b* 'rem Krem Av*. city existence," Schmunk years noted Tuesday morning In Palms
sue west t* Kidlind Reid.Th temoilal Park
"'1111 wn accomplished without under the direction
Mr. Advertiser..CI 7-2321 Watch, Jewelry t Shaver l.p.l"! I Mri. Sanborn pianist, was a metter wn tabled fee my noticeable increase In of Bianam Funeral
",known performer and pimo further study ty ton IncenvInf Home
32S Washington/ Av*., Homestead, F''.. I in the per capita coats of the
teacher the Detroit area. il'mlnlilritlon.Sthmunk'i "
hone. CI 7.535 She li alto an accompllihed budget iccount- city I' John SenaJohn

church organist. She majored lug, showed combined budgets Mayor John Diifgin commended Sena, father of Dr. E,
Lamps
Iteautu Studio' 2000 SHADES II' music at Wayne University, from the fiscal year 195 59 to the city manager for Richard lomriteid Sena, died Feb 11 at
TO YOUI AN INVITATION FOR A LIGHTORAMA II Detroit 1WU64 rose from 1153,625 to holding the budget down I Minor Nursing
home at the .
age of 96 yeiri.He
Complimentary Demonstration and Free Instruction 'InComplexion
5832nnietDr. MO 7-8941 was a resident of 9010
and
Cir Indlvlduil
and
Color Chart Mikc-Up For & Shades Coral Way, Mliml.
Lamps I Three sons and three diujh-
Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio Fri Eves AccessoriesBring tern,, ill doctors also survive.
Open Repairs
an..un..t Drive, $oMliml74l9J ? ? Slncore
Funeral Horn wii
tIM: Krom Avenue, Hom..I..d24702.2SRo. Yeas Lamp For Fitting I Endrin insecticideisnproPes In chare of arintementi for
.. Cook BEAUTIFUL GIFT LAMPS AT DISCOUNT services and burial In Newark,
N. J.
Restaurants 1\

BoatslAXSOH MOORES RESTAURANTFormerly : potato quality

MARINE MARTTHUNOtRIIROOMC ( tklppyi) Rimodeled Now feats 12 People I
330 WASHINGTON AVE, HOMESTEAD
'OINNCR SIA FOODS and yields !
Boats IOSTON WHALERS Chirbralled or Grilled Steaks, Chlpl, lurjeri, Franks
tVINRUOE MOTORS Chicken to Ordir-Dlnnert end Short Orders T* Take OutCALL
No. Edge ef Homestead *n U, S..1 I CI 7422S FOR TAU OUT8-CI.Mn-OPtN 7 t. 1 1.7 '.y.
END11N INSECTICIDB: sprayed or dusted over potato
Guilders Stationer
plant foliate kills flea beetles, aphids, leafhoppers, I

LET'S BUILD DELK'SHOMES1EADSTATIONCKS armyworms, cabbage loopers, Colorado potato beetles,_ Berries

COMMERCIAl.HOMUADDITIONSCall cutworms, European com borers and many other ;i WeeorneWan!

Wally Keirstead CI 7-3808 Olllc Supplies Art Supplies looki Orilln Cirai potato pests Kills fast with long lasting action. Use

LOTS-ACREAOE AVAILABLE )40 Wi.hlnbt n Ave, Homestead Circle" 7444' economical Endrlfl for more potato profit. Sea

OEMRAL CONTRACTOR-P.O. lOX 104 FREE! DELIVERY Honors Special
your supplier today for ENDMN. Availablo ta

Contractors Tilevltlon liquid or wettablo powder.


HOME BUILDERS 1ft. L&M TV SERVICE Velsicol Chemical Corporation, APHIDS' i f mjyCkoasions

HOME IMPROVEMENTS 1$ $1895'' 350 Fifth Ave New York N.Y 10001 Your Welcome Wagon Hoiteii

installed CE 8.5603 will call with a basket of gifts

MYERS CONST. CO. Antenna Completely sad friendly greeting from
GOOD USED TV
SETS Reasonable religious, civic' and bailneu
Licensed and Insured CE 5-0190 Kills flea beetles
478 Fcrrlit AYe, Shopping Center leaders of our community when

your family moves U a new
Hardware LAWN MOWER SALES home.
aphids leafhoppers and
'H SERVICE ,
Brooker Hardware & Lumber FREE PICKUP and ESTIMATES HOMESTEAD less Sherman


HarW-Buildnf! MalarlalaPalnlLawn South Aa Far At Cutler Ridge Colorado potato beetles CI I 7-3COS tPERftlNI

Mower Repairs FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE I t

22S S.W. 2nd Ara. Homtittf Fla. Ph. 7-7321 6138 So. Dixie Hy., So. Miami MO 1.7003 HIS.4M4




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P.d"ct I 1991 2001 2011 2021 2031 2041 2051 2061) 2071 2011 2091 210i 2311! 2321 2311 2341 2351 2361 2371 2381 County TI.'DI.t. I Tls.h' .

Halt 89'' 6311 2561 2991 1961 2211 4761 2191 1411 4371 251'' 1121 0 4421 3091 3021 271'' 3721 3101 2UI 111 75,779 I 5594
': M.,., WY"'". I 165 7571 4431 2691 1741 3181 619// 2051 1511 5561 2471 1861 4691$ 3461 2841 4151 1241 4601 2661 11 58,003 1 6USeo"
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,,,. Greene I 11831 8601 4UI 3331 144, 891 UJI 111// 1321 3901} 2211 741 5591 4261! 484, 3321 3301 3961 1121 01 68,747 1 6442
Dllt. I SIIIO 1 601 4921 1991 2131 189i 471t 4311 2371 1411 5251 2511 2111 3311 2122211/ 3701 3541 3601 2731 121 60,760 I 5583
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). Co", "' Thompson I 651 41412141 2191 1301 1001 4111 2021 1291 4341 217// 1061 33JI 20612111 2051 1211 2611 2211 91 53,166 1 4415
01st. 2 Whitworth 1691 8161 4601 3221 1991 410// 6201 1921 1321 4UI 2451 1441 5221 416411i/ 4751 337! .59'' 2071 21 67,393 7091

Co"' '''. K.nnedy I 11581 7261 312, 236! 1471 IUI 5271 1521 11413951 2061 9014251 3271! 3421 2161 2901 3091 1161? 61 51,114 1 4717 I
, 01st. 4 O'Malley 1 III 6121 3041 3111 2111 4901 5121 2521 1561 496\\ 2631 190i 4UI 3101 3511? 4111? 3841 4381 2561 61 69,967 J 6527

C.", ,,,. Long 1 471 369: 1411 1521 1611 1971 U11 2511 1261 5211 2361 nil 2401 1721 1651 1911 2981 231? 2451 111? 50,332 4265
01st. 7 St.,,,.. 1961 9961 5461 4051 1891? 2961 7251 1111 1551 42St 241'' 1501 6571 4771 SCSI 4941 3871? 5221 2171 11 71,587 I 7912

I Co", ,,,. M.th..oll I 1160? 8431 3611 3111 1621? 1031! 5571151/ 91// 2121 2461? 421 4173511/ 3761 3061 3561 3251 1211 81 72,812 1 5285 !
, 01st. I Weiss I 90! 5421 331'' 2511? 198! 4511) 529'' 2641 2081 1151? 2511 2641 4111 2931 3451 4041 3311 4361? 3641 41 54,271 I 6803 II I
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, I News I I i.eaal Notice 1 Catholics Plan Feature Marilyn Lane,Writing feature writerof

Hospital Funds Campaign the Mliml News, will speak "JEEP" LYNN
it i meeting 6f the South Did

IN THE COUNTY JUDCM COURT Sunday, hu been designated Wrlteri Group Monday it 7:30: GUY CASKEY RAMBLER It phoned to welcome
IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY
Baptist H.ipltil ren, 9119 SW 188th Ter. a ion, NAP.ANJA Marls Jenkins, FLORIDA, IN TROIATK ItMIAIORMAN "Stiy at Home Sundiy" for pm.Her topic till be "Fe.ture Lt, Col. "Jeep" Lynn, USAF, retired, to the solos i
IN KKl Ih.f No. Catholics In Did
Births Feb. 6. Grace Youn t. : wmrN LBrrounr. County Writing and Mirketlng. force. After neorly 22 years vocation "Jeep"
volun I
This li the day when
Culls Rldg Art. I Sunllind Area GOULDS Kelley Core, /kHKRMAN W. UPCOURT
leer workert will] mike per The meeting, open to wrlouiwrllen hoi decided to prove that "Guy Does Trade 1..11"!
Donald L.
Mr. ind Mrt. Harold Song Mr. ind Mri. Martha JoneiISLAMORADA CONTENTION TO In the South Dade .
dahl, 19310 Christmas Road, a Montague, 7260 SW IJMh Ter.,' Lull Vllt NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION FOR tonil calls it the home of perminrnt torllle l be held In the Perrine area.ail For THE quality buy come by and Trade-Up to

daughter, Feb. 2.K.nd.ll. i daughter, Feb. 7. era. DIITRIRUTION DISCHARGE AND FINAL funds Catholic for reildenli the annu.1fund Community Library it MO Per Rambler with "Jeep."
Art Mr ind )In. Joseph Rem ', ..
) PT. PlIRCf-nknirdPje NOTICE U k.r.l>r lion hit Catholic rlnt Avenue
drive of the DloCCM
Mr and )In. Thomas 0' 3254 SW 123rd A\e, I diugh KANSAS Floss Cooper. fcovo M>4 our '1..1 Report end -- .
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Brien 8801 SW 85th Ter., a ter, Feb. 7.I.ulh I l-rtlilm fot' Dlilrltailo .d riMl of Miami. I
01..10.... HI Cs.'...utor. of the Money railed from the drive
1
ion Feb. 2. Miami HetpllilIrthi BIRTHS mil nf Hrrni Wolf Lo'.rt.t.41 ,.
)Ir. and Mri. Robert W Homestead / H.rm.. W UlcMrt to will go toward a Marian Center American
AreiMr .: I and that .a the lit. dip for exceptional (retarded) children I
Kendall
Little 11313 SW 69th Court, aion )Ir.. Robert T. Baxter of Merck, I Ml, Will oliolr <. loHononblo center for the
Mr. ind a gcrlitrlct '
David .. .
Feb. B. I and Mri Long, Cwmlr" lid, DHlI
Mr. and Mri. Charles E. 5991 JJV 76th St., a ion, Feb. girl, Jin 1. 'aunt r, PIM-M.. lor .ppnvnI. l ol. eldrlyi! ; a home for dependent I Model 6306. gm ERS
Mr. ind )Ira. Richard Ruts ..M Float" II...,. till for d.ttlbuIlea teenage boys and more Newman .
.. ,
3.
Nolle, 4201 SW 104LH Ave., a end Inil ol cK ki CvKiOfUlart
Feb. 8. ".,,''n. Area Ve, girl Jin. S. ., ii.. ....(. .( to.rku ....... Club Center it secular
ion I .....d.. ink 4.rrmiis .r< college and unlver- as low
Mr. and Mn. RIchard DeWil. -, )fro and Mri. George Lemeke AIC ind Mri. Lawrence Watson nom.d... junior
.!, 9240 SW 106th St., a ion, 9750 SW 164th St., daughter boy Jin. 3. Ia1. SARA kllTlIM silica In the South Florida area
Feb. 8. Feb 4. Mr. and Mri. Larry Moore. NARniD P. ItFTODRTWURRII ------ THE NEW SHAPE OF QUALITY

Mr. and Mri. Bernard Stein, JAMES ARCHER held girl Jin. 4. QEOROI 1. ALBOl'M H. ANTHER NoticeLEGAL
1865 SW '4th Me, a lon, SMITH HOSPITAL Mr ind Mrs, Frederick Cot Att.....' Legal 189600
Jin. S It. llnrolii Rn 4
Feb. 8. tetto girl ,
HOMESTEAD Betty Griffith M null Nark, I LJ..t
Mr and )lr.. Howard Tblb- Ralph Done Leo Graves, Mr. ind Mn Mirclino Mar ''.''. f, II ".. ..... Fectorys .n

aut, 1421 SW 03rd Court, i Erie Brook, Lester Dreyfun, tlnet, boy, Jan 6. NOTICEIN .
ion Feb. 8Mr Mr. ind )Ir.. Billy R. Ikrrd THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI -" .g' l.
Pauline Davidson, Elizabeth An. I.HUt HOTICK' ink JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND .
and )Ir.. Charles Mveni, demon Alma Myeri, Marvin boy, Jin. S. '"OTICI'IN I'"'' FICTITIOUS FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. ..
1D2M: SW 82nd Road a diugh Mr. and )Ira. Charles Self, NAMfc: LAW IN CHANCERY I ltsJf--
Carroll, Elizabeth Smith, Marie :
NO. Ole HTIUimKR '
ter. Feb. 8. boy, Jin. 7. I... hat IkijnoVtiltnnl -
Bechler Lucia Cook, Helen Niillrt/ li km ( : n ROHIIUM >
Mr, and Mn. \Vllllim ]Ugglni. ....1'1.. U infill I.bu.I. rialnllff )
(830 SW 80th Drive a Hill, Lillian Reirdon Charles Miami .... ..d.. lh< flctlllout MMof .
daughter, Feb. 8. Eby, KnUtcl Davis, Ray Dodd Mr. and Mrt. Richard Tea 11.1.Kontk IIW Mliml Milk .Pimp._.. MliMl Compinr/ Dldlnlr II BLUUH"(.Dtf.n.RORIHON....' I
Mr. and Mrs Charles Schultz Everett Sage, Xonird Gross, cock girl, Jin. 7. '.. Florid." Inlndt U. minor -- { I
2237 SW 68th Court, a diugh Frederick Byrne. Jr., Jullui A2C and Sirs James Osborne ..14 nine with Ik. tfcrk, .f ,.. NOTICE"TO: DEFEND ,
,
i Irtilt Cogrl *l Didi Ctonlr Fltr- OROftDFR
ter, Febr 8.Richmond. Finkel. boy, Jin. 7. Ido. or PUKLICATIONTO
H'.. aria FLORIDA CITY Joseph Florid City 0.r... I HrllLAH: I. BOHIKON
..
I ....
Mr. ind )Ir.. Johnnie Boldrn Marlon BreMiler. Mr ind Mrt. Hilirlo Romero 111,10. 'W. '" till North Ikorldm Roil
Brown r.... 1"".". e. I'. 5t 51. nit Pxtrli. Illlnolt
14061 Tyler! St. a daughter LEISURE CITY Veronica boy, Jin. 2.Hemeae.ad. YOU ARB HrRrBr; NOTIFIED I 1
Feb. 8, BememitlMlllim Hlchird- AM thai a Complaint f.r Dl...,. h.. !

tiuth Miami HI.. A'.. .on. James Harris, Dorothy Mr. and Mn. Walter E. HirHi TolloMttM, Ft.rldeNOTICE 5.........lr(.lltd d U oitlnit-... rat a topr sod of pea>oir ftro
I 'l Mr. and Mri. Wlllird War .Hibbelt Sarah Koch. boy, Jin. I. A...... or Pltodlnv ,. Ikt c... WE NEED USED CARS
.ilnlnt on the PIllnlKft' Allorarr.TIKIMAI .
l' NOTIC I. ....... ,I... Hot lh.Tre.l..s J. WAI Homntnd.III. II, Florlooflit N. '.W.Ei.htk ..
stews
JiBell} Company Going Ahead mint tun*of lit Iko Illl Inltmil Blot of Improvt rl.rldaa _., and In'h.1.ln.1 th..111..f/ Aiiovtr Iki Clrrkof ort'Madlne Highest Trade In AllowanceBest
/ /h. wr.tlne In .10. awed 11
.if Ik. (Jo..r...... ow.... CopllolHullillnt ikt (Irtiit Court ,.* or .ktloroIki '
lltk dty of Mnrck Mil. o
,
orhnliiM for Itiol AM .Ifc' ,'I.
KIT; ) as Mink ink. :'"willrmiiHor f.fill....U.lll dt ..10. tnl a .Deer.r.d .o..1.Pro... rn'* Selection of Types and Colors
' oppllcllloi..land. r. I.k.. rtlltt ......n... It Ikitonnltlnt
! Urlihim. arks Bulldliit MI.
Toll ,
\With Studies .. .. /
Charge 'iml'. llorldo, (or .10. ( Ikiolln .
DONE and ORDERED tt Mlnmt.Flsrlds
.lti, .....Ib.. lin, (. IIIMI
N. .*...ts.sia.15 tkli ilk dtr .f Fihmirr.Illl .
A ...",.1 fit .......(.. Illl In .. \
I 1i,' Southern Bell Telephone Co. Southern Bell hit put no Gllitnp said he hit rIdia ...... Rap lp/m/ to a.etlsn 1n.. K.1'1... Circuit LBATHtlMAX Court GUY CASKEY RAMBLER CO.
Towo.hlp If a.alb. Hue 4| Rutrllr
12 hn decided to go ahead with time limit on the study, but .f the imiunt local phone" et tilinlll.. Illicit Km. Md.Csuntr Dolt Covnir, rlorldtClrrylt ;
a study to determine costs of eiUmitei U vlll take three to bllli would Florlrfo. Mart yirtleilirlr, ( Coirl >.1)l
ie up If the .....110.. .. fnll.wI art K. M IT HAN Homestead U.S. let Avocado Drive Miami ,
.II( eliminating toll charges between ill monhi to complete at this th.ngovir It mid. Miami ronmioellK ol ......f N/*. (H IId..I1. ,Drt. .l, ritrk Phone CI 7.1511 Homestead 238.2972
Homestead and Miami work will be done along with rtildtne aura with private .... In Dwl Rook. tans rif. THOMAS WAUHAtlorntr ?

., telephone regularly scheduled engineerIng llnoi pay $S a month for the It III,., Piiollo ml Dlook........ of 1 InsPe.>... c..... II. (II or Iti pltlnillfFtk. N... I, ,....
j. R. M. Mick) Glktrip, held work prlvllii. .r ollilliii II ... 5e.. rinrldii. ,...... r<. North It'I
I of the Homestead area phone Reiultt will ihow how muchIt ch.ni In their general irii. hlik!! ..."il.f Writ lint, M ll.lt Kllloll,...K.,., and,.. GRAND OPENING OF .

office, said interest and response will COlt the company to the point of Bfilnnlni ., nld
Circle If costa to the company and ....tl Iran run >.r by exchange cuttomeri eliminate tolls to Miami and
.1.'.... r line." f....
the customer are favorable, Hf.t a f
warrants further itudy permit Circle and Edison ex- .has.s Ikt Rulkkiidl llnti
of the proposed itep. change men to dial direct at Southern Bell may canvass the 'h.men....or run H...,.. II* II' .." Ent C
entire Circle exchange to tee I .1.... nil BulkkMtl Lint III (.*| BIG 5 and IOc
Pint, nlntri will look they now cm do for the CEdir <. a Mlnti. 'h.... ni loolk. II* ,
Into curt of Imtilllnv", mir exchinge if people would be willing lo' a?' U" r..... s "...... of Illl II
dialing equipment, adding t. Thou costa will be used to pay the extra. cost to get the' (,..t mere of lllloll or IMI I.W.,I...M...,..,.Wntrlint run (
added toll free lervlce. ........ .
trunk llnei btht n the two compute the Increase local RouliwMlorljr' '1.' lk Mil
clllti and reaching IS ether men would hive to If the hills ..t., II.. Kill ,..1 martor
pay : "But even U 99 per cent are I... t. Ik. Point of BtilnnlncCnnulnlio i DEPARTMENT STORE
exchanges In the Creittr Ml' broadened It .. ...
new. area openedto In favor of II, there It itlll another III eerie, nor lf
.
.. ,....
Iml I'''. them .n4 will ..M.' objoMloni$ ,
big hurdle, Gllitrap I Okttrlloni propoMl nil
It lit
sold of Ion ihnyldl ... tubmllltl t.b.. 27 N. Kromo Ave. Homestead Fla.
DlrMlor, TruiIrM ol : 'Florida' Public Utilities Iwppsv.s.nt Fume. Th. Css I.I.I I
I Tickets For Fair Tillikiiin. FlarMt, Armor I. ihi
Commliilon mint approve theprora.11 dais tint n5. ....11...... Th.T..t. .
.. .
before add ... rliKl I tt-
we cm. flint t. mob tilt of .., Of til o( R.,. to $2.91 Reg. 29c Value to S2.9B Reg. $1.49Men'i
the extra dialing area. tldl land. Tht Mir, If and n.h..
/ old. ibill M ...JH' Ill. TrI.,..'
Available Now H ill Patters are fivtnblt, ".....,.,.. ..,. 'h..! ..".... t5. ..fIli. LADIES GIRLS GIRLS Short Sleeve)
.......ph.t.. mlnirtlt ... miltliml LADIES JAMAICA
the ehangi-.v.e could pnl.> M5.. .'rol.... thtrtonor
saw Shorlslccve
bly' torn during INS, h..5. ,.......... r..h.B ... It tMjulrtdID BOUFFANTSLIPS COTTONPANTIES
... ... ....
1"/ par for or .1. w> SHORTS
At Lower Cost tlm.tol. tea .,..... for tbi Initrantnt .(
Part of the engineering study conviptnft.r WORK SHIRT
I Order .f the TrailMt' of IhfInlvrnil
will be done In Jickionvllle\
1..1" .......... Full .., tkt
Half price tickets for amusement rides it South Florida and part In Miami, when telephone ",,,. ., rinrlrk.FARRIH.
Fair In Homestead Much-.8, will be available all this company forecut, rite BRYANT

month from the Chamber or from local clubs who earn ind accounting record are ,AII.," Vi r.vn..r. H. r......, DI'...... ITr. i 66 17 127 87t(f
.. ... .
I a percentage for the advance tilei.Orginlzitloni area.maintained for the Homestead I rib '. II.' M. I 5?,I.1114.fund | "

wlihlng t* tell advance tickets may get
dcUili and be Issued books of tickets it the Chamber of

Commerce office 381 N Krome Ave. second floor), tde- Reg. $3.98. $2.98MFN'S Rtg. $3.98-$2.9 Reg. 3Sc

phone CI 72332. A H per cent commission li offered. :

Booth spice still II available for commercial and club OVERSEASTransportation GIRL'SSWEATERS 7 TINTEX

display ind ktioney-riUlng exhibit at the annual fair ,, SPORT 7 DYE

Commerdil apace U being allocated by R. M. (Mack) SHIRTS

ClUtrip, CI 79009 Club display ind tales booth are Co. I ASK' CLERK 27eOR

under direction of Charles Griffin,, CI 75411 HC.

For other fair Information 11.... Merl Young, ad. 217' 97 FOR THISSPECIAL 4 for $1R.

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m About This That

rft..iw .. ik.. HMMIM rm OWls M *..... CUM M.Ii. .. ,

w. c/taiM PIMM*** MI hw.h.rMAartN LI u'- how at Homestead Bayfront Park, Sunday .
An informant III true that a
:
K. I VIM iwMMMt .M O.Mrt! Hiui.r swears
HiA. TKMrLU, MM rSuhMitfcW I big big very big department More Feb. 23

,...... recently patted up Hometteid ai a poi e e e
U..I.d tl $ '111 tl eNa
....( CI ...... lble rite for location of one of IU stores A big.sieed post card from Lu Dennis

e trill of the recent opening night at UiCheupeike
| MINI k* Kill I .Mlkt. Sill I I ...u.. Ill I of Shale Harbor Lounge
,.., It.sec kf HTNT, II M>U WMtlf1)I Ml ..*.I..... || (Ml* M> .r Viouldu< It be nice to have some medl- in
*"". Iblamorada, Lu says the may bl around
eel men aboard local ambulances! While
AN r.w..eka,I..ee shood. .be ..ddn.to lb. N.w. .......,... r present laws require that I until October-ind, maybe another tea.
.... lie HlMR..&M' VI..Wa ..... If ou'r In the area be we to dropIn
... ...*.$I.,... ...,.... ..*.......... ambulance attendant only .r ion >
Slims .,. fltrMt. HIM complete an advanced Red ind ny howdy to Lu, who receives
fl
-- ---- Homestead ind South Dade folks with"open
;.."'* 0". ,.. I.. ,...... "....; Croat irit'aid route, were ."
aim
_
-- lure that many a guy C e .
or gal with broken body,
torn artery, shock or tree, A recent story which purported to eon

Incoming Commission ') tlC! 1tNp lured legs and arms would vey the Idea that the Unlvenlty of Miami

I e, t, :, 4, I' welcome a more comfortable S'mphonI'ould discontinue JU conrerli
ride to the hospital this spring U utterly without foundation
Deserves Your SupportOne Just t thought According to plant the symphony will

\ e BtntcksenMad stage Hi regular season of music through

of Dade Count).', shortest election coffee and onnr..Uon1'1111 ins May 196S.

campaign made even shorter from a candidates apector Charles Fisher (formerly captain S .

expoKUic point of view because of the at Metro Station No 4), who happened to The Sam Griffith. Memorial Dinner hit

Christmas and New Yr.rl'IIIIOn is finally be on an inspection! tour of the area, He been changed from tomorrow to Sunday

over. looks fit ai a fiddle Feb. 23 The dinner In honor of Griffith

e memory li iponnorcd by the Variety
We finally because it like the
nay seems
campaign has been going on forever That \\'e I am reminded by George Wright, prea- Children1 Hospital and will be held it
ent Conitable In this district, thaiI" Miami Spring Villas Mij'house.
presume U because of taut fall's campaignon .
chatter amendments, which resulted in goofed In reporting the ulary at $7.500
this immediate pant campaign and In case annually, The actual stipend li $5000 a Proud grindpippy (It Mike Biikln of

you had forgotten the campaign for sheriff year and there U no override feet, merely Cutler Ridge Shopping Center, who reports

(even shorter duration) last fall. a $73 flit cir allowance !per month. mother new grandchild born to his

Ve stand corrected, George! daughter
But the e e e
Important thing Is that the voters

said they wanted a smaller commission comprised Our WasI': ion Column With the recent collapse of the CMA I recently diicuued the poiiibility that
entirely of members elected countywide { project In South Dade It appears that the Miami All.Youth Symphony Orchestra

They said so because they want a better metro discount store operation are not what would come to the Homestead area for a

government Now they have chosen the men In South Viet NamCaught they teem. fund.railing project with new Florida City
who( have pledged to give them just that Coup A recent Time magazine disclosed: that Councilman Joe Accunlo I knew be wouldbe

the cost of rent, merchandise and over Interested In lending iirpport But he
To the winners Chuck Hall( ( )
mayor brad cannnt possibly yield sufficient profitto hastened to explain that he hid Just completed
Harold Greene Lew Whitworth, Tom O'Msl- U.S. Flat-Footed mike the venture operative a similar project In furnishing a
Icy, l::curl SUinvK, Hardy Matheson (all chosen S spaghetti dinner at South Dado High
this week Joe Alex Gordon, and Arthur -
), Boyd, Paul Smith of homestead U one of the "But," I laid to Joe "thli li bringing
RAY CROMLIY all caught flat footed would be headed by someone I
Patten (chosen two weeks ) we offer our By were .
,
ago Vintage Car Club of Miami members who'll culture and art to the area tool! It't not
congratulation and in the Thirty hours before the rounMcNimira In Slagon or close b,. The
support programsthat
WASHINGTON (NEA) exhibit care at the 1964 International like eating spaghetti I
use Indl"tint political Intelligence[ men concentrated
will benefit the county, and particularlySouth This It the story of how the ......, art thtngi Jn hindMost to heavily on the Import and Sports Car Show In Dinner. "And don't you think." he countered

Iade. the United Statri In South capital city they didn't know Key A'lditorlum reb 28.March 1. An "that eating those elongated nood''' '. .Cart .1

The job facing them Isn't simple or easy. But could Viet N I be m that Maj surprising Gen. "Raymond"Nguyen of all was what was happening In the added fe.lureII\ be the one-day vintage ?"

the incoming commission should be able to provinces.
op- caught with Khanh'i coup came
erate more effectively, and efficiently because Its Inttlllgtn- ai a surprise. Any way you Because of the growing Knows She Won't Be Elected
of a change In provisions which in the past ce down e;;,,. ,- figure It, he was the moat neutralist feeling In Saigon I

permitted almost anyone with any idea good even with M logical\ South Vietnam*. to the u",, ". were certain any

or bad to( bring about a special election on 15000 U. 8. -=- erH"eer a eoup. attempted coup would be rigged '

charter changes, '1 hat lenulted In such con. military, State He had been a "favorite of by the pro.French neu.tr.II.I. Sen. Smith Sounds Clarion !

fusion that at times we felt we had more chaos VI pari. President Ngo Dlnh them ..

than government nest and aid< Ht had supported the Jun. So when they heard coup \

Whether you voted for or against the win men spot and on with the Cr.ml.y certain ta's eoup to only succeed after and It< was on rumors,search they In concentratedtheir neutralist Call To Women Of The U.S.

ners Tuesday I the mayor and commissionersare sdvi.ers at. the understanding l>lrm'. clrclri.

>'ours. They now deserve your suppoit and Cached tq awry wajcr unitSecretary South lift would be apared By DON OAKLIY But ihc hai also made It clear that the
critical (but constructive) observance. VlrtnamrM military He had built up a strong On. official says "There
Margaret Chase Smllh'on't be elected It running In order to imvih the fallacy
In the were rumors all the time. We
of Stall DemKuik position army at chief knew that various people werereported president of the United States She ham hat a woman should not. by the verylaws
of staff of the joint aen.r.I111ft
Ambassador Henry Cabot plotting. It's part even a chance for the Republican nomina of nature, be preiident She bat

Latest ;DoItYourselfFad Lodge and Definio McNamara See Lt. Gen for several Van Toy yean wai theoretically of the way of lift In South tion. sounded a clarion call to her own MI, andIt

retirjr Robert Mi bo... Toy had Viet Nam. No one knows this better than the sen- U the response of .women not men,

cancer and became a figure stun herself. that will decide whether the Idea li falla-

Is Tyranny In RawDon forth head. Khanh ran the army. "So suggest you ask Khanh, didn't was plotting anybody That she will do neither of these hinge clout or not

U.S. experts knew the juntawai cannot be laid entirely to male bullhead
? Yn But
of
course This could< put women In much the
of Khanh
Oakley of Washington, whose articles i& 1AIHI! and suspicious etching him rloae- then wasn't anything new ednesa and egotism It time position Catholic were when John
from time to time this has was In that and beside everybodyknew will also be because of
on
appear page 'ly. They knew he, had been Krnnl'dyIII nominated: Wn he really
entitled the game that has been played too "exiled" to the northern" border It." the prejudice of women toward the bed man, or should they vote for

often In this country as "doityourselfuntie*," ai commander of the lit Tart of what happened their own kind their !W him just to kill that evil fallacy about

or, If you prefer, "maJority vs. minority." o 0 Corps to get him too fir from from an Intelligent standpoint apathy toward politics' Catholics and the presidency?
the capital to stage a coup. I. a mystery. their too frequent retreat
It's a game that any number can play.It Khanh wit known "pertonil Presumably, there were several beck to the kitchen after Fortunately, Margaret Chase Smith
hundred American of. seems on her record to be nullified Intellectually
ly to differ strongly with ky < their mothers and grand-
begins when one person or group of ITIMi If you have a shoe men In the junta circle. fi'eri and men on the staff mothcri (tome of them to be president (Some people
persons says, 'Give me what I want right shelf on the floor of your To top It off theft were of the AmerIcan military ad- prepared to give their will always question whether women art

now or I will walk In, sit In, study in, wadein closet cover It with blotter stripscut persistent rumors about a vUer to khanh and hie lit lives for the cause) won fitted emotionally for the white House)
from old desk
kneel In, march in until you do. This will absorb an < moisture and coup These rumors were duly Army Corps during the put the right to votet year O.kl.rFor All cltltens of both sexes could vote for
The other side replies "Go ahead, butdon't prevent mildew aent In to be processedend month. Some of these wire Intelligence her solely on the haul of her political
blame if head broken." evaluated H,.w did the officers ago
us get fitness
you your
Mri Smith wn probably not refcrlng
.
e State Derailment and military while friendly political Intelligence
Rules of this game are a little strange, : said will not have the
suit wasn't their job to this directly when the challengIngly Unfortunately, they
ITIMi When putting a men mi. ?
For Instance when someone says he is on a hanger to go In a wit- For on. thing) The experts they, pren'imaMy I were trained Beciuie of the compelling reasons chance. But women certainly ought to give
going to go somewhere you don't want him to cue or garment bag, do not wets looking In the wrong men, with eyes, can against my running, I have decided I the party bosses a rough time at the con
go, or do something you don't want him to do, button the coat Instead, lap direction. and frlendi ihall" \ention' by roaring In with a tide of Ir...-

he Is "inciting to violence" and you may feel the buttonhole aide of the They wen certain any coup VAhnt happened, The compiling reasons, of course are roots support for Son. Smith from all

free, provided( you have the larger mob with coat veil over the other tide tradition and male control of the party around the country

I you, to Indulge violence against that per and It will wrinkle leia Editor mirhlncry Even If Sen. Smith were a Make them defeat Mn Smith In fair
; lion "i1 his i rouily' or Innocent bystander, let'er' Jo the ,
I any ITEM: Adding a new mcill- man, there would be other factors (Mm buttle, not limply dlnmlsi her
in such InrtHii'CM though the one with the cine cabinet with Urge mlr pause: She It 66; the comes from a small Who knows? They may "dlnmlu" her

minor mob can employ somewhat devious ron cm add a new feeling of Civil Bill slate with few delegates, the has no great Into the vice presidency, which might be
: means to oM-irome the handicap of numbers spaciousness to the bathroom Rights national following. just what Mrs Smith It really aiming for.
I'' He can Involve passersby and observers, Modern cabined are made of
thoimt"M\* the Issue and bring about enameled Inside, chrom
: rOil 1I e steel
as mfpy ''an'red heads on the opposition and lum.plated outilde Many of Said Power GrabEditor And About Teenagers

the pas.'r l h v' and observers as his own group the good ones hive Integral --
suffe''s. llghta, tome have adjustable

;' This of course, Isn't really a game It'. compartments mirrors others for have storing t locking I ; Congress, I. playing Rutilan Over all terma employes', condition.compensation 15-Year-Old Has A Problem

all tuo real. It Is violence let loose that becomes and
I medicines and toxic mater roulette with our freedom privileges of employment
,: an end In itself IsIs.I Write, wire *>r phone seniority righta (Title VII
The question of what is light and what your representative at once Title VI via Sec. Til a. and
Who Is
in wrong or what In In between -,1s difficult to defeat the Civil Rights Til b). With Older Boy ShyBy

ti enough to( judge and find in calm eliberaI --1.- Art .f W3t! Over all business, banks,
I tion. In a rampaging sea of emotions what is ( : ,.i This "Civil Rlghtt" bill I. savings and loan associa
right and what In wrong become totally lost. loaded to give the President tins, etc. (Sect. 601.602)). C. D. SMITH a

\. The compromise and the seeking of compromise I And and attorney general unlimited Over all farmers and. THI WIIK'S LETTIRlt IvERyoN1=
the American and farm organisation' (TItit
over
; ) between varying interests la the basis < power I I t im a 15-'flrold girl and a ( SAYS N Ev
people. Thi Bill under VI and Title VII). ]
of democracy, But if the will of either the majority the cloak of protecting !sophomore In high school.
Ichools, public
Grits; Over all
I
am a very
j
or minority prevails through force you the civil right of certain minorities and private, and teaching Everyone says
attractive girl with dark brown
have tyranny, which quickly gulps the freedoms will\ destroy the civil staffs (Title IV, Title VIand I
and liberties of all. I OLIN MILLER 1 hair and eyei
y rights of all till on., lays VII). U senior
But problem a
John C. Satterfleld, past president all Conaltutlonal my 1
Over
0es
"The has who It shy and e0
average person boy very
of the American Bar
states rights for election.,
17 square feet of akin. good looking
GIs Return With Honors Newspaper filler. Accordingly Association eourtt, laws, etc. (Title I andS Ever since I was a freih- 0
Every fair minded Amen'can
101 d and Title IX)
.. I he supports an atmoipherle e. nan he bat done nothing but
wants all cltlient to have
0
Over all freedom of 00 r0
of about 16 tone and soon ai 0ir
pressure stare at me as sao
And We Feel A Bit Safer the weight of coal loaded voting equ*! rights public of farllltici schooling and peach and"discrimination of the press concerning orsegregation Hook at him he looks awiy.Ive r oo e0 0
In a day by Tennessee Ernie talked to him, but itdoesn't r 0
Ford. Job opportunity but no citizen << of any kind." 8
seem to get me .n,
Army mlssilemen stationed In this area t wants the Coniltutltional beet. 202203)). where.

(rum time to time are called upon on short "A California leer says the right of all Americans des This dangerous bill grants Everyone says he likes me, himself once "the Ice la likes you Your friends hive
And
what
that la this
notice.to go to It. Bliss, Texas, for practice in world will end June 10"- troyed.dangerous bill would do. unlimited powers "Thi President but I Cin't understand the broken" that U to lay, once told you 10.e .

...firing, the live rockets. Press report. For many of Sen. Strom Thurmond calls la authorised to take way he acti. I realize he li the girl speaks to him, or Now have your friend ten

t .Each> }} time they have gone, it seems, the the world'i tough problem., It "the moat dangerous pieceof any action which may be approprlaU" shy, but why can't he uy talks to him. him that you like him too.
( f local -men have returned to their primitive encampments thli might be the beat solu legislation ever Introduce (friends Sec. Tll-b and) neigh- something when I talk to him Toil it usually enough to It should do a lot for his confidence -
tion. Urge your besides answer my . : ." with the highest scores of any ed into Congren" Miny bon to take action today. '
unit doing the test firing. statesmen in both Houses agree and ny "belle" when I ipeik liked and encourage him to that you ban not been too
Somehow we b, ve the Write your congressman Does he like me or not I relax and "be himself"The friendly merely ai a matterof
But last Sunday a group of men from B hunch that U Sea Margaret that "It I. 10 per cent your senators, today at the who
boy I..hy .
reilly need some help. remain courtesy.When
Battery 2nd Missile Battalion civil rights and 90 per cent House Office Bulldlnf and
B2nd Artillery Chase Smith were to reach
OUR REPLY By the time "In his ihell" because you do talk to him,
returned with even a better record. They came the point of actually believing grab for power. the Senate Office Building a boy reaches his senior year of a lack of confidence He ls ask him about his hobbies,
If It la It will
home ao to speak, as national she could win the presidency paused, give respectively, Washington, 25, should te
champions. the and in high school he be afraid that will say or do about his like and dlillkei.
ihe'd firthwlth instch her attorney general toclalUtle D.C. Tell them to vote NO
They scored higher than any other Hercules bureaucrat dictatorial able to carry on a conversation the wrong thing; or that hit This will let him know that
hat out of the ring. against the surrender of the
unit for the year. with girl attempt to be friendly will Interested
poweri over our lives: a you ire and give
We congratulate the men, and are pleasedto Morons la trying to kill Over all Amtrkani who rights of ui all The boy who sometimes not meet with friendliness In him the perfect opportunity

tell them we feel just a bit safer when her taste for cigarettes by rent, least or sell their hornei MARY F. DICKINSON appears very shy will often return.It to really come out ,of that
they're around. eating them. (tees. 601-602)). Homestead give a very good account of 1* apparent that this boy ..heU.hu..e"y.

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. Thursday, Pebruary H, 1W The NEWS LiADiR ard CUTLER >ID6i.PEMINi FOil Pate Pr.e
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I Homestead Passion Play Set For Miami March 19 I







Your Weekly r SpectacleIs Prayer Day To Unite ChurchWomen I



Annual Throughout S. DadeWomen

Bible Lessonby I

kA : Classic from throughout embraces churches from Gould. falth'a Episcopal lid SL Timothy's

I r South' Dade will unite with south, Mrs. Ralph Matouaek Lutheran
+r yf !It' t millions of other church women chairman, will\ be program leader Area chairman li Mrs. J.
JANIE P. HIGGIN: Homeitead. annual Fission ) around the globe FridayIn assisted by )I..... Frank M. Rove
I'I ,Play, which teas become a rial- a a continuous chain of prayer Rlchardt and Mrs. Robert Rear )Ir.. Enl Lasenby will be
lie of the Lenten season In embracing Christians of ap don Giving the meditation will organist and there will be
South lade, will stage a performance proximately different countries br Rev Frank U Elvery, min solos by Mrs, J. Floyd Monk
The Gndnrenc Demoniac this year at Dade I ,.. uter of First Presbyterian and Mrs Fred Flchtaer.
County Auditorium In Miami. Church In Homestead Both services are open U
( The occasion will be the all Interested In attending Although .
SCRIPTURE LESSON, For the first time they saw i The news comes from the IPth anniversary of the World Women of 11 churches from ] they are primarily won
Luke 1:20.39.Demnn: the man sitting, Instead of I Hay's creator\ and director for (II. Pay of Prayer conducted by Cutler Ridge north to kendal! en'a services, men also ere

pomlon seems to rushing madly around No |like rift fit* years Rev, liarry : the United Church Women. "'Ill\ participate In the program welcome.
longer a bane, but a bleialngt | Venatl pastor of St, An- ; at the Kendall church Partlcl J
have been In
common Two gatherings are
very but a prayer
;
no longer a churchwomen from
idivw'a Church paling are
Palestine at the time of panacea) no Conger a difficulty I RIV, BONTI GRUELING Lutheran planned In South Dade, at St these churcheil Pinelands Adding
ChrUt but a disciple, The Miami J performance will\ Andrew'a Lutheran Church In
I MRS. RALPH MATOUSEK Homestead and Kendall Meth- thrift Congregational, Christ Service
I I" on March 19, A second perfoimanre Sunday
A demon was not Satan, see LeaderConfessions
Program
PresbyterianChurch will\ be at South Dade odlit Church. Both services the King Lutheran, Kendall
the devil, but a superhuman School auditorium on will atart at 10 a.m., with the Methodist, Trace Methodist, This Sunday will mark the
being belonging to the kingdom Veriea 81.891Now th. High opening of the new achdul
one at Kendall to be preceded Ferries First Baptist, Perrlne-
of del kneii capable of man out of whom the d.vll.dl'mon.1 Good Friday, March 27. Set hy a fellowship hour with coffee Peters Methodist, Pinelands of three worship services at

afflicting persons physically, ( ) were departed be Will Sine It. Inception six years at ':30. Presbyterian Rudy Memorial, Plneltnds Presbyterian Church.
mentally or aplrltuilly.) Thereare ought Him that h* might be ago, the dramatic production In Sacred Heart The service In Homestead. St. Andrew'a Episcopal, EtFUNERAL With the addition of a third
80 New Testament refer with Him, but Jesus ant tableaux has been staged out-! Confeiilons at worship hour, services will BOW
encee to them. hm away, saying, return to doors, on the grounds of Church Homestead will be be at I:30, 10 and 11 a m. at
thine home, and show how OpenlnSMH Andrew's Thousands of ... from 4:30 to S.30 each Wednesday the church in Cutler Ridge
They always recognisedChrl.t's God hath don St.1
great thing dents and winter. visitors and Friday during
deity and obeyed Hlirommandi.
unto thee And h* went his Lent.
H. Instructed Ills witnessed the play
way, and published throughoutthe ChurchDirectory
12 apostles, ai well as the whole city how great The first worship aenlce ofa We decided to siege (It Indoors I This la In addition to the
Seventy to cast out demons, things Jesus had done unto newly I orgsnlied United Prea this year, In regular schedule of Saturday
the byterlan Church will\ be held In confeislons.
to preach gospel of the him. large enough to
kingdom and to heal (Matt. Miami Heights Elementary at .Udltorlum'i' 1
10.51) Luke 10:1: 9, 17.20.) Our Lord granted Isis de- School, 17661 SW 117th Ave. In more formance.Previouely people. a "
air but refused his request South Miami Heights, Sundayat 60, drawn from retldenta of ST. ANDREW'S
Almost every foreign mix "With" In Bible usage often 11 I.m.Sundl' four snowing had Homestead and nearby communities EPISCOPAL CHURCH
denary reports demon possession carries a spiritual connota school hours will be been held At the Initial one the Pasalon flay has
In the country In lion To be "with" Christ I II announced later tail year, silo hampered the I been noteworthy for II* authentic MEETING AT PALMETTO
which ha has served Thereare not neceasarlly to b* physl Dr. Sonic Crusting, formerly I >rifoimance, costuming and spectacular ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
also occasional similar rally near Hlm| It Is to be of Palm Springs Presbyterian' With a cast of more than lighting effects. HOME
actlvlllei reported In civilised morally like Him. Church In Hialcah, has bt't'n' .. u.uu ___._.___. 10401 BW 74th Avenue
linds. appointed the paator. Prior to HZV.OUOUIRSunday:
I seeIler. that assignment, ha was pastorof ESTAILISHtO ills
i la Implied a spiritual the Highland Parks Preibytrrlaa .I &eoa 1 30 AM. Service
Verse SOi "And they arrived harmony of mutual under Church of Denver, Coin ( Sunday School and Nursery

i at the country" of the standing. Iti/ a cooperative Ills wife trachea remedial 809 NORTH KROME AVENUE, HOMESTEAD
Cadarenea HomesteadCommunity
sympathy with those objectives reading at Palm Springs Elementary i
and Infertile of the School They lave Church
Cadara was a large city I Circle 7.3111
loutheait of the Sea of Gal. Savior. All this Is IncludedIn three sons; Basil, In the Navy; tat Ave. end 4th Street NW

lice. It w aa a stormy\ voyage the MaiUr'a reply "Re Dale a student at Mlaml-Dade' M. Community Service 7:30 pm
turn and show Junior College, and Dean, In SUNDAY PUILIC SERVICE
crotilng the lake but the
achool South Dade and the Florida Keys
junior high Stri'lnp '
rebuke storm 1:00: arm.-5:30: .
Mailer had the p.m.Spetlal
"He went his way and pub A committee of the Presbytery CHURCH SERVICESunday
and atllled the waters naked how things will site in the programs far your
great
survey
24 Hour Equipped Ambulance Service groups TV, radio, school .
Vera 271 "And when II* Jesus had done ?' This lathe Palmetto Country Club Estates' 8:1S-.m.-Beuewoy: ,..-theater Oxygen request tot upon

vent forth to land, there meta test of love, which la area! soon for a permanent site II'' Hwy. Just Off U.S. 1 Rev. H. S. McKelvey Dr. Arnold V. P.n'lox Ittt

Him out of the city a certain obedience for the church. -- .. .. UmeeteetfMinisters
--- --
hlrh had demona a ----- -----
man, Rev Paul Pent
tong time, and wore no
Contributed the Cause ef the 'Church end Rev Arnold Pant Jrel
clothes, neither abod In any I These Rcliglou Messogei, tit
house but in the tombs." Community by the Fofowing .LOYAL CITIIINS end BUSINESSES .
Your Choice
Attend The Church Of
Mark tells ui that "night and THEY DESERVEVOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT! First

day, ha was crying and Christian
cutting himself with stones.\ "

(Mark (:&.1\,) RICHARD ACCUKSIOS Church
Sincore Funeral HomellBON.KfomeAve. Quik Way Markets Tom's Radiators
Vera. 28: "When ha saw (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST
Jesus, ha cried out, and fall 33 SW 8th 4 141 N. Krome Ave Owned and Operated by Whltiy and Floyd Capri RestaurantFamous I 1001 NE. Klnsa Hwy. i
down before Him and Milt Mkt-Fre Choice Meat Cut to Order Complete Radiator lirvlc for ITALIAN t AMERICAN FOOD (I blk.West ef Drive-in Theater) r '

..Id, what have I to do with Homtsteod, Florida/ Open 6 AM. to 11 P.M C17.43351116 N. Federal Hwy.I'll Food to Co-Cl 1.1542 '
thee, Jiul thou Son of God Bible School ..,.. ....;::10 awe

I most high? I beseech thee, U S. 1 and State Rd.27-Florida/ / City Morning Worship ..,.IOi30: sane
| torment ma not" The Public Cordially 'Invites

Actually It was the demons Rev. Rebf. V. Taylor

[within the man who rem<;- and
Suddath Moving
[nixed the Lord. ("The devlla PinelandsPresbyterian
[also believe and tremble Storage Co., Inc. Church

[James 2.19). They not only I t '1'dr Hoppy's Gulf Service f>ev. George Demere.
I recognised His human ram 137 SW 5th Are.-Cl 7-4526 a World Missions Speaker
4 (Jesus) but Hla deity (Son p 341 S. Krome Ave.-Cl 7.1931 Dr./ernes iprunt"lielleve.Bornof
(of God). Homestead, Florida ,
Homestead, Florida the Virgin MarySunday ,
Verse 291: "For H* had
[commanded the unclean spirit Worship
8.80 end 11 am
I to coma out of the man...
Sunday School 9:10 am.
] The condition of the man waaI
I desperate, and destitute of Richards Implement Co., Inc.SSON.FIeglerAve. Sunday Evening 7:80: Vespers.
p.m.t
I help from man, but not from
Blocks West of Carlbbaa
| God. ., I 4 +1 1 1,11y' City Auto Service Blvd on BluewaUr Ed.
JAMES DYKES Owner,
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Verse 31: "And they be. Homestead-Cl 7-8711 Weakly Klnferfarten
[ought Him that H* would 51 HI. 2nd Dr.0174177Homsteed 1:30-111 am."
Cutler Rill,. 'h. MUKI
I Into
not command them to go
[the deep 'LPsa Florida/ First Church of Christ

see Complete Auto &Truck Repair Scientist

Verse 351 "Thin they went Royal Palm Drug 2ttSE4th6t.lloDestead

i ut to see what ..... done, and s
Name to Jesus, and found the 806 N. Krome Are, Hometteo Lesson"Soul Sermon"
man, out of whom the dem-
I trli wore departed, sitting! at MY Bun. 11 e,m.t >... 11.00:

[the feet of Jeiua, clothed Dixie Drug Store b' ," Homestead Furniture NURSERY Wed.. S p.lII.OPEN
[said In Ma right mind and ;

[they were afraid." Federal Highway, Moron ja s 35 N. Krome Are. lIItoa READING Ave ROOM open 11 at SM" m.Wash'to 4

I| The man now had a aaf HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA p.m. dally except Sat and Son.
[refuge, a clothed body, and a
I right mind Instead of a lit United' Church Christ
I battered one. The Lord didapeak.
pot The miracle ipokafor Guy Caskey Rambler Mercer of Congrefitlonal aid
[ Him, and the herd.men Evangelical, Reformed Church

added their word. 29645 South Federal Hwy 2MC4 SW IMrd Ct. Leisure City
Homestead Splc & Span Laundry
e e t Block South of Avocado Dr.

I One the peojilo were afraid 32 NW let St.:17.9674: 1 bloc West of Klngmsa R&
never forget the first time I saw a harp. I was walking by a music store with
[.f the demoniac I now a new my mother and It was there In the window, tall and golden I knew, than and there, SUNDAY
|fear gripped them They were that I wanted to be a harplit Worship 11 a*.S A S.IS ua.
[unprepared for this demon Ernie and Sons
I atration of the power of God. But, my heart sank, for I knew ny parenta could afford neither the Instrumentnor Air Conditioned
the lesions. I starttd to pray every night to God to send me a harp

L0C8i11lormon3rlPlan 'olllttlldlodyShopFibeglo... Work & Gloss Installed Nothing happened. Mr small spirit rebelled, and I blurted out to my Sunday Schoolteacher Loper's Gulf Service Station Phone a 7-0931
that my prayer hadn't been answered My teacher was a wonderful woman.
29945 S. Federal Hwy.247.3870Nick's She juit .said "You've been going about this In the wrong wax, Ann. You've been ST. FAITH'S
Owner
To Attend bmaiiitf something cf God. Don't you think It would be better If you asked His Otis C. Leper,

iliami Her quiet words made an Imprestlon The tenor of my prayera changed And 536 N. Krone Ave.-<::17.2115HOMESTEADI'LOItIDA EPISCOPAL
Meeting the teachings of the Church meant more to me than ever

Two prominent leaders of Well In time, I did become a harpinL Recently, I played my first concert Andas CHURCH
Appliances the great, golden Instrument came to life beneath my fingers I hoped that the
le Church of Jesus Christ of Rev. N. C Wilbur, Vicar
tterday.Saint,, Salt Lake City angels, too, were smiling. 10600 Caribbean 114.
Will be featured speakers ate Hotpoint Appliances/ -Soles & Service
quarterly conference of the TM. CHURCH ron......*MX ron TVW cHURcH Cutler Ridge
17-A North Flogler A".-Cl I 7.5245 CIS..JIJSUNDAY
taml Stake Saturday and SunFjby ..":...os,.,....r.w..r. a"awe... .ba.rw",,.:, s"ww..rseeu on.... ".. Glades Prescription Shop SERVICES
in Miami ,
l- ,' ,. ::o.r.=.::=.':.= :::::: =w.., C. Jackson 5 a.m..5:30: aan..11 a""".
I Members of the itake'i ,d/' f ; lisp .yhr 19M :w. ww.r II wrn.....=, E. Sundey School IMajivYou :
Oi XebkrAdwrd i1I4 SlI1IkI,1M. w..d w-= :-.;::n-= .
'flomeitcad ward will be amongose < gbestrrg' Y& w'-d..ws.rsnare".. ..."......_seer w._ 2S2 Washington Ave.017.6541HOMELTEAD :
attending Harry's Wheel Alignment ere Invited t.attend
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday FLORIDA
Elder Leo Ellsworth representing Psalms Proverbs Jeremiah Lamentations Matthew John I John CIIURCH of CHRIST
the Mormon church's Dynamic Balancing/ 89:1.11 10:27.8:1: : 11:5.10 8:22.80: 20:20.21 1:111.2' 1:11-11
general welfare committee, and Which meets .t
407 S. Flogler Ave., Homestead
]Elder G. Eugene England the
Genealogical Society, will address Perrin.Community .

special. meetings Saturday Bennett Texaco Center
evening, Breeding's Drug Store Pan-American Tire Co.
(Formerly Turners Texaco) Schedule
4 Sund., general sessions at

Ham. and 2 p.m. win be con'darted Eagle Army-Navy Store 202 N. Krome Ave, Homestead 916 N. Federal Hwy.-Homestead. Specialists In Automotive Maintenance' Bible School... IOM rail

by stake president Stan Worship' ........ 11)00 a.M.Tuesday. .
lay' C. Johnson of Fort Lauder 407 Park Place, Homestead 247.5311 Keys-152-5987 Cl 7.3733 29601 S. Fed. Hwy. Cl 7-7124 ...
le ... 5:30: pars.

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RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS from the Dade County men for Dad County end Mn. Bryan .
Chapter were on hand to greet end talk to InUreitItcn co-cheirme o. They ere serving Mn. Howard L.td .
residents of the oreo. Serving refreshments, left Johnson end Mn. Frank Webb end the overall cttotr
,Ma'. and Mrs. Ray E. Leslie of Loutitia H. Hinton of Atlanta, Ga.. aD- to right, are Mrt. Clair Pottlowoita, canteen chairman, Mn. Henry W. Meti. (Staff Photo)

Avenue Homestead Air Force the engagement of her daughter. _
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Loutltla to Frank Ronaldson Webb, :Area Residents I .
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the engagement of their daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. Frank Webb of 825 >NE

lene to Staff Sft Franklin David Street Homestead. MISS Hinton is the I Meet Volunteers I
of the late Eugene H. Hinton who
of Mrs. Mabel A. Reppy of St. at one time executive sports editor for the
Miss Leslie graduated from Daily News She was graduated from Homestead area residents aeepUng r

Banger, Maine, and is studying Fulton High School In Atlanta and Is the hospitality of Red:
tologist under Drs. Blum and \ )' by a private physician, Dr. Paul Cross voluntc,rs of Dade County .
fiance graduated from PotUville ((. Her fiance graduated from South Chapter at an open house /
High School and attends Georgia Insti last week In the Arcade Build
School and Is now a of ethnology in Atlanta, where he U a ing on North Krome Avenue, .
with the 823rd Medical Group at of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. The were told about services the : ; ci
Air Force Base. The wedding date has been set for March 21 In lied Cross plans to offer to the I ( if )

March, in the base chapel, community, 7s.
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(;ue.tttlked with the olun. \ a
. PTA Invites Public To Honor Mrs. Wood leers present for the octagon r i' .' '): 4f.\ ..r
and to H. D. (Bud) Straub, .. ,
concerned la the In managing director of Dad ,
:All handling
psraons Frank Wood was bon"er1 VrrmiUlon ICTT Second t
County chapter and other officials .,'
problem of school dropout .ren'lt.d Taut ,
a stork Ibo'n Tue.stmt and
Mrt. Vermillion here from Miami
to a meetlnf to be bald In the home ol Mrs. Rob |IH ,
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Feb 20() from 9 a m. to 1 p,m. The book -- ; ,,. Frank wluaBI were boi. There Is already a volunteei
In room 112, Homestead Junior inscribed I true nurses side program active la
High School under auiplces of hlp James Archer Smith Hospital
the four A eater scheme of pink and 1
the school Parent-Teacher As In Club Social welfare aides are also 4 '
dents, was blue was sued la the decoratton '
sedation I rian Miss I Andrew's I *. The honor was presented active In the Homestead area. ', r ,
Those attending should bring real for the a shower of gifts U a decorated y'
The Red Cross chapter Sdevelop
sack lunches Coffee and dels : a
The four are ; club to be knee as while and MM bassinet I Homestead I
U ac
rt will 1 be served. to
Mrs Robert Club of R As- watt er-
she also received a
end de
to the needs
carding
It, Paul Baker, insistent
Uta\ attorney, spoke at a r.- trice Ithodte *at, time Bt Andrew'Into being Lutfcersa this t -I. maids o( the community and ON DISPLAY were Red Cross dolls wearing the official uniforms of the volurt*
cent PTA meeting on "Your altlUv Homettead II( ne.1Int bst" tattvietf Mn..lack tu growing population. tear workers. Holding the dolls, ei they pose for for staff photegrovher -
Child and the Sexual Criminal. Otis meet the third Friday. lljpet. Mrs. Oarte* SkOIter. Free lesaoas will be given I la I Den Phifer, ore, left to right, Mr. William Wolfe, Reel Cross trelninflcKolrman
." IK urged parents to be lion. Mrs month at the church, Mr V SttBMre, Mrs. Ula-I[train* of water safety aids I ; Mrs. Harold Clark, chairmen ef the Kendall Hospital Grey Ladies
willing to bring charges agalnat reported on a : with\ a potluck tin- loan Chambers Jr. Mr*. VMDeVeese. L IIW auiat certified water safety Mrs. William A. Celt, chairman of nurses sides, end Mrs. James Sconlon, vice
offenders and to serve as jurors and .ul ted noon and lasting until Mrs. J. f. JWrMafc, bsstrwcior; water safety instractors -" chairman of the Kendall Hospital Senior Citizens Home end a Grey Lody.
In such cases si an aid row at the id"r! Anyone In the cem., Mrs. Clark CVimtert Mrs. courses; first aid;
I I. welcof to join I o..aIu >lcokes. Mr*. Roger borne care of the sick and in-
Myrtle Hunn U presi tooBor. Sin W. L CkaaUMT 1 1 and Red Cross
cared; baby care Tuesday Is Men's NiVlif At fluh!
I and Donald Main secre!1k. Mrs. Jesus Marten. Mr* ,, .
I training for teenagers. --
I .. The program Dick fete Mrs. Fred M,wry, n.w; =' Club of H; ;' Barker and Sirs Irving Fesko VICKY'SBEAUTY
composed of Mrs Mrs. Artkar I.vege Sin Loot veek'a open house gave steal will have Wen's Nightat *. I
liuethor and Mrs. Marcel Gladys RascKMi Mrs. Jack area residents an opportunity be 1M
I Guest speaker will Walter
f M I II planning book re Relnkart. Krs. f J, Su, Mrs. to meet members of the Dad their program meeting Feb. B. Wilson of Coral Gables, a 1 STUDIO
i games and other varied J. U Free Mrs R. I. Sties County chapter and volunteers 11 la the clubhouse, member of the certified socialworkers. CE 8-3632
i for the meetings. and Miss Katay t* sge. working in South Dade.You'll .
-- Supper will be served at 7 tttJ IW141 St. (rM. Has.)
o'clock by member of the home Members are asked to contact
life department Hostesses are Mrs. George Sanger at EVERYONE READS
I Mrt, Charles Stun, Mrs John 247-410> for reservations CLASSIFIED PAftlll
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your home after dark.give you nor living space and more hour
r W of enjoyment. It aU the mood for fun and entertainment,.
createe dramatic contrasts) and beautiful affects ia your garden.
Electric Post Light at driveway or borne entrance art **pe*
l dally! detlrabl for safety and protection They brightly welcome J
your guests and discourage trapaaatra. New modal are available
rt; with a "maglo eye" that automatically] light ON .dusk, O
OFF at dawn-whether you're borne or...".
PAMPERVALENTINE Light for outdoor living are easy to Install, surprisingly low This SaluteDuring e
in coat See the fine nUetlon at your favorite electrical contractor )
YOUR or lighting ator*.

ASK FOR FREE BOOKlET. "OUTDOOR UGHTING" Boy Scout WeekS
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with Sir awn tan Uauljr n4 seky.hral THIS WEEK, one million news
paperboys in North America exchange .

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...,,', "A"It, ,.. five million Boy Scouts In the United D, I
States and Canada. And here at this

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bill paying<< and by adding savings too. r to develop basic skills sound habits, I'
healthy bodies and alert minds Both ,
TMs Valentine's Day, don't forget the encourage constructive use of spire
the flowers.,or for him,the shaving time for improvement of self
v service to others, and preparation
;tells but add A ThriniCheck
for personal success:: and good dtlienshlp. -
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the account with any amount Have WE'RE glad so many of our carriers .
are now or have been members
CIn, name printed.
on each .
of Boy Scout troops. Join us In a special
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[ : '.J..... 'eta .y GINNY MULLIGANA

,./, t ty rowing membership In (hi '
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L I d.LL W.. i e ,' Cutler Ridge Women's Club I
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within the next few years I II* II
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girls "fellow In their mother'i
footetcpi./ i
Fl '. new baby daughter ofpmpilnent
elubwnmrn all ,iffleers / t r
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J In the Cutler Hide Club
|arrived during November en I
pw-ml.fr/ of lint )r ir. r" ':
The stor of girl, -Iris, ,Irlo : _
started with twins Nov tlth I 5 .
cL when bins. James Kellogg, ace,
j nd viet president| of the club
.. I presented her husband .nd>l
t+d ,family with the double hWit ,
| >g of Rsibara Fay end Geoig' -

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H.TT. The Ksllnggs other children '" ge

: lire Richard Jack Rob Awl! .....
roy, Sheree and Linda. They "
111%'. at 0610 Haitian Drive In ,M
(Cutler Ridge/
Cq IW. 4th Mr. and Mil. ,
Alan Cross Jr., of noo Do.
rA (minlran Drive! breams parenla
s 'of a daughter, Mellnda. Her
r brothers end eiders ere Mary
Beth David and Jeff Mn L.
r Cross la eormipondinff secrelaiy .
of the tlub.Mrf. .

Rail Wai fold preil .
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I dent of the club, had her little
girl on Dee. 27 The Wai fonts THESE LITTLE GIRLS, ell five of them, ore lough. 1I
make their home at D63S Dominican ten of officers of the Cutler Ridge Womon'i Club,
., Drive and have (eenagi born within two months of ont another, Pictured
tlns named Sharon and bore, left to right, art Mrs Marshall Burns, hiitor I
\ "' .... Suun. Their other children are Ian cf the club, holding her daughter Kit Elizabeth,
,; Pamela, Patricia and Chriifjiher. Mri. Eerl Woiford, president, holds her little girl,
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Bonnie Beth; and Mrs. J. Alan Cross Jr., secretary, I I. .
, .., : 'ft, .On Dee 2<>th, Kit Elisabeth. holds her little girl, Melinda Jean. At the right itMn.
, ..ii '._ ai born lo Mr. and )lr.. Mar.h.1I Jemei Kellogg, second vice president, hold.

! THREE MEMBERS of the Curler Ridge Wo", ,,,'. Club, left to right, Mri. Co- I" Cutler Burns Ridge of 9530 She April has Road two 'lag' her twin daughters, Barbara Fay end Georgia .
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ell 80991, Mn. John Drescher and Mrs George Stocking demonstrate work ., Pamela Susan and Kim Kay. (Staff photo_ by" Don_ Phifer_ ).____ I t
being done 01 the club'i sponsored sewing contest get underway This It the Alps bins Burns Is the hietoilan .,,1',
I first time the contest hoi been open to women of the area that ore not memo ( of the club, : Recllancl: PTA Card PartyTo f .. efie; ; '1.J'IC.i_}';,1"f _J..'
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ben of th. club. Plant for the contest will/ be completed at a coffee this ? j '
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morning at the home of Mn. Clorence Chose. (Staff photo). : IJfS edal'ronidtt Benefit :
-- -_ -.- Card Party : ) I \ I
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, Sewing Contest Open Fashion Show 'To Benefit "Trrndi In Language Aria {,. 1tdall Home I.f'. \ '

I In Our Scliool" .'ll! be the subject / "
I Saturday BenefitsVomen's of tonight's Parent Teachers Mrs R. J. Schneider Jr.,. ) .

i To South Dade Women Library laudation meeting, at president/ of the Sunset Woman ) tI. t\ .
I II |Reilland Elementary Rrhool.I .' Club, has announced ,
\ Clubs I A trip to Nassau donated by||I The program mill begin at plant for a card party to be ." -
Whether it Is your Easter outfit Persons Interested In the P It 0 Steamship Lines, will S p.m, In the cafetorlum where held for the benefit of the I. ,
I or your dsughter's formal, scheme and seam of things are Lei Belles de Peril" Is the be lop prize In a benefit bridge a hundred or more children Kendall ChlUreni Home, which If \ .. \ -
if you made it, or are planning Invited to a coffee this morning theme of the Vogue Pattern' party for the Perrlne Community and adult voices (some taped I. the club' .pedal service '
to make It, you will have an st 10 o'clock st the home of fashion show to be presentedby Library at Jefferson some real) will confine their project ii'LChnplEr :
opportunity to enter It In the Mn. Clarence Chase fine arts Burdlne's at the Summit II Jtores auditorium Feb. 20, speeches. activities demonitratlnns The affair "'Ill be held at
sewing contest and fashion I chairman of the Cutler Ridge Restaurant at Dsdtlend Saturday The affair sponsored by the exhibit to fit the sub the home of Air,. Warren Ha .
show "Dots ind Dsrti" larch Women's Club, at 8731 Carlb- at 9.30 .m. South Miami Welcome Wagon ject. mon In South Miami, Feb. 21at ---t.-- _
14. The contest Is sponsored by bean Bird The show will benefit the Club, will start st 1 p.m. Members and Mends are. Invited I pm. DA It lint let PlIblicTn Card Party
the Cutler Ridge Woman's Mrs Eugene Temple, pub. service projects of Demi-Arts Other prices donated by to come early and see the Mrs. William Tuttle, chairman .
Club and will be held at the Deity chairman of the group, Club Msngowood Club and South Dade merchants will library tnolie on exhibit, some of the ways and tneani Major Francis Langhorne Vance 4520 Santa Marls la
Polynesia Restaurant In the announces that this is the first I Tc ins Woman's Club. also be given new and some old favorltei, committee of the Sunset Wo Dade Chapter, Daughters of Coral Cables
South Miami Heights Cabana time the sewing contest has The Porcine Library was a and heir about various books man's Club, U In charge of ... There will be table and door
Club. been open to women of the arcs All fabrics are original cot project of the Perrlne Worn- from the lips of a character angemrnti for the party. Table the American Revolution mill\ prltes. hire Vance and Mrs J. I
Prliei will\ be gl.cn for outstanding who are not members. ID'S Club for over 23: )"Ir',1 taken from the book, complete prince will be awarded and hold a coffee dessert and games I*. Greenleaf are hontmiei.
outfits\ in many dif Transportation will be provided but became a community with roitume. The books on refreshments .'11be\ setved.teiervalloni party Saturday at 12:30 noun For reservations call M01-
fere-t categories. Plsns are being for anyone Interested la potted project this year ,, exhibit will not be for sale may be made by at the home of lire 11. 0. 4907 or MO 66457.
formulated for rules end me ling for the morning coffee It moved Into quarters In.UP'j "Sts,lonu" In the cafetorlum calling Mrs Tuttle at CE 6- -- -----------. ----.. -- -. 4
regulations pertaining\ to the by calling. CE 86539 or CB ft0653. j Perrlne Avenue Shopping will be arranged' to present a03d.Ja'ceeettes. --.n--- '
contest ter. timely and interesting Informs- A
The library Is open each afternoon lion on reading, apslllng, writIng Buying New
from 1 to t p.m. ix- oral and written language,
Sweetheart Dance
Saturday apt Wednesday and Sundayand listening end the library, Free MOBILEHOME v. :: '
I Is open Mondsy evening tickets will be Issued et the Meet TonightThe
and all day Saturday door which will entitle the
Night At Cutler Ridge Center besrer to attend two 18-minute Perrlne Cutler Ridge
Dade DAR complete presentations on el.1.th.r ayeee-etUt will meet tonight) !\ ,
.t the home of Mri. Atinson .
MULLIGAN the primary or InUrmedlats Larry
By ftlNNY communities In the South Dade
Chapter Observes live). Printed material will 17301 SW 110th Court ) from
Sweethearts of all ages ..reIn'lI.d !area It was the first group to. be distributed to help parents '!Miami for their regular monthy -
f ponaor scholarships to the Junior UNDERWOODSAVES
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Center encourage their boy s and girls meeting.At
to the Community history Month
In Cutler Ridge Regional College This year Mrs.Mervln a In this Important block of their I the last meeting[ of the
and her committee will school Harold MeihlMtt, medial
learning group
Shopping Center Saturday evening American History Month
was
weak to continue the plan and director of the Junior
for the S".ptlhp.rDente observed by the Major Francis
In the it to
future expand give
Chamber of Commerce, Ninth -
pponsored by the Cutler RidgeWoman's mOlt students than ever before American-anghorne Dade Daughters of PTA To Hear District, was the special guest st
Club. Revolution Chapter
the opportunity of higher edu when It met Feb. 4 In the hospitality Judge ot the evening. He ipoke onthe
Dancing starts at 8.30: and cation.A room of Chase Federal Sheppard Importance of the early e Underwood Will Not ti
will continue until 1 am. The "sweetlieait contest" to MONIQUE Bank In Dsdelsnd Dr. B,n Sheppard,' noted juvenile election of breast cancer. Afilm be Undersold
public Is Invited with all proceeds isles funds for the project has commentoror R. A, Ssye t member of the court judge, will speak on self examination wan e Monthly Payment Less
going to the scholarship been underway for the past tutorial/ Society of Florida, on "Youth" st a meeting of shown and was followed by In. Than Rent
fund of the club. Dress Is Informal few weeks with several members tons" by Bouisac of Paris. Mon- was guest speaker He present the Princeton Chrlitlsn School formative question and answer
Lee Roberts Quartet of the club participating.Votes Ique, the Vtgui: Bouuse fashion ed slides featuring Miami and Parent Teacher Association, aeries This meeting was held e Ready To Move Into /
will furnish musts for dancing. cost a penny with the official representative will com hale County since Its founding st 7:30: pn. Feb 20. at the home of lol r.. M. Fennel
Tickets for the dance may be sveetliesrt of the dance mentate. Four mannequins Mrs, Thomas O'Hsgin Du- The meeting! will be In the 0874 Miller Road, Miami
purchased at the door however Tree regent Instructed new new SKond-itory addition of Quality, New
) II being chosen by the number of rpm the Paris haute couture, )
reservations are being taken votes cant. The candidates are Mill model the new fsshlons. members. Mrs Marjorie J. the school on Coconut Palm I I Mobile Homes
by committee members, lira Mrs Richard Schwank Mrs.Geoige New Voguo Patterns designed Camp and Mrs. Jeannette Hotorff Drive Princeton.( The public GRANDOPENING .I I e Roysle e Roycnft
Arthur Brodhead, CE 6(126)) Stocking, Mrs. Clarence by Csrdin Laroche, Lanvln, of Homcstesd. 'a wet corns, e tunlite e Armor
)h.. Carolyn Reed CE 6.767.1 Chase, Ir.. John Dres- Helm, Gilitilne, Gres, Grille, Ilo tesiei were Miss Alice A white elephant sale and Great Lakes
and Mra. Cody Mer,,'ln, crier, Mrs Gene Temple and Ricci and other great European fluxion, Mlis Elizabeth Fond*. cake sale will precede the meet-
g-143. Mrs. Merwln It In Mrs. John Mobley Jr. designers will be highlighted. Mrs. J, E, Gratton and Mrs F. Ing with proceeds to go to I' BIG Low Down Payment-Bonk Financing
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the affair and is chairmen New York deilgners will -- I
of the scholarship committee CalendarMCDOWELL also be shown.Moniqua Underwood Mobile Homes
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Each year the Cutler Ridge is a Dative of HAIR STYLES Call today for app't. 305 E. Mowry St. 247.1309

,Woman's Club offers scholarships MUSIC Club France, where she attended The OLIVER COIF It =
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to Mlaml-Dade Junior meets\ Feb. M at J:30 p.m, at L'Ecole des Sciences Politl- / I I SEE OUR AD 1
College. The awards are given the home of Nancy Swanson quei" in Part Upon grsdut- I riot of chrysanthemum curls requiring ON PAGE 3 Rend The Classifieds
'to deserving students from aU 238 NW Slit Streets tlon she turned directly to the deft featuring shaping, I
world of fashions where she -
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work has taken her throughout gentle elegance with It. cupola of
Europe the Middle Esst and
South America. She finds re- curls. Our stylists ipsclsltylPAULINES RENAULT- -
laxation from the glamourous -
s world of fashion listening to
i chamber music and resdlng. Salon I of I Beauty

M.nique will be st Burdlne'a f er Ap elntrnen{ Call |4WJ4l- N. Krsme'A *V Hemtites sdelsnil Store after the show
to discuss new fashion trends LerierVicllltlei'Te'> lerve Veu I

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strategy ,In the manhunt after a hit-and-run wreck Saturday ore,

left to right/ Lt. Paul Riggt, helicopter pilot; Sgt. Roy Mullu, pointing to ter- ALEXANDER CAR JAMES E.TOMERLINRecorded SYLVIA POPE
rain; Lt. Roy Schubert, co-pilot Lt. Jo. Willie. bock to cameral and eff-4ury
Identified At Driver Tog Number "At Wreck Scene
detective Nick Novarre

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At 213: p.m. hit Saturday tarry E. Uahon, 44, of She insisted she knew only the first name ot the Fritz miffed and growled, then dashed off through the Jackson, a next door neighbor In the apartment house the

GuUtlream Drhe, Cutler Ridge, was Ilh'". driver, not Mi list wood, Cam reside

.". One minute later he was dying, the victim of I wreck But Identification already had been made at least Perhaps too many bands bad touched the up, or Fritz She had been visiting Mary Carr when Alex walkedIn

tt the corner of Caribbean Boulevard and 17th AvenueIn at to the cir'a owner from the licenae number fur* ain't the bloodhound be'a supposed to be. At any rate, bleeding, crying and Incoherent.
South Miami eights JIbbed by Tomerlin, who had recorded It
he never got hit man. "He knew he bad done something bid," said )Ir..
The instrument of death was a car driven by I. rain But she did describe the man. And said: Jackson "Hli account of the accident was all jumbled.
Frlt, .
nose wa supplemented the helicopter
by police (
Identified la Alexander Carr S8earold Negro of SW Mrt. Carr suggested I call the police.
213th Street in Cuulili. flint ). At the throttle was Lt. Paul Rlggi. nit copilot
To Slow Down'"J
'Begged "'liLt. Ray Schubert Together, they dipped and dived "All he could recall" Mrs. Jackson added, "UI that'I
When the car and the Major Gas Co. truck Mason wi was out of myself' I ran away when 1 was uncon oIclou.
dangerously across the area, those blades
whipping huge
driving collided the truck turned upside down. Cylinder begged him to slow down. We were coming from : .' "
of bottled gas were strewn ill about Cutler Ridge Shopping Center." close to the ground They, too, failed to locale Carr
Monday morning, with hit right eyebrow bandaged and
Inside the truck cab lay klaxon, breathing hit last To questions, "Vei, he was drinking. I told him to Soldiers from the nearby mlaslla batalllon joined the palm in his left rib cage and left thigh, Carr told his
breathe n the truck wheel continued to pin. atop at the sign at the corner but he wouldn't listen manhunt. Score of citlteni volunteered in the search version of the wild afternoon ride,

Yei we were going fait. I don't rightly know bow fait"
The auto and id driver were loon to dicappear "I remember," he said, "coming to the intersection
It was terrible, ahe agreed. "I mean to kill t manand lie Was Nearby All The Time
James E. Tomerlln, I achool teacher at Vineland Ele. then 'I can't recall bow fast I was going Perhaps, 30 or 49
menUry and resident of SW 18th Street! in South Miami run away
miles an bour.Says.
And Carr It was later we learned had been huddling
Height, made the tint positive Identlflcitlon of the cir More police can and special personnel arrived, In.
for police. eluding Nick Novarro, now In the detective division and In a deep bog, bleeding from a laceration across hit
off duty at the time ,. right eye, with bruised rib and left thigh, only 100 )'ardi lie Just Doesn't Know
lie organized a group of "vlgilantci" who scoured the from where b* had left the Buick with a flat left front
At the sits of the abandoned car police found I white
underbniah about a bait mil from the highway. tire
acafarcr'i cap, "I don't know how come I didn't atop at the elgn.

They found the abandoned car. Inside was Sylvia Pope, Andy Fine, Miami police officer, used It to provide a Approximately 8 p.m. more than five hours after Maybe, I didn't lee it And then it wai too late to atop.
the wreck received call from Mrs Agnes That red truck came along too fait! It hit ma on the left
It WH later that Tomerlln hid time to explain that scent for Fritz, t police dog. police I front of my car

lie hid naked the driver to remain at the scene for the
pollee.I T was hurt. I can't remember why I ran away after
the white man asked tne to stay around. I was kinds unconscious

I .. But while Tomerlln wit telephoning police the driver I guess And scared. maybe.r
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and car disappeared
I "I took off for the woods and then the car stopped
Shortly after, Metro officer Robertson McGavek arrived moving on account of the flat tire
to tike charge of the investigation and interviews of
witnesses. I "I fell out of the driver' aide of the car and run

for the brush I don't know why, I wasn't rn>iclf. And
First of the crowd to notice that Mason apparently ,. a/lr ate p.:. If/A then about 100 yards from the car, I pasted out I couldnt

wn dead was Ralph Garrett of Caribbean Boulevard, breathe. 1 couldn't call out to anyone. I jua' lay therewith
recently discharged from the Navy. I the tall weeds all around tne. I could hear people

calling Once I heard an airplane. I musl've fallen asleep,
He though he heard the last gup of breath n Maion /A wN+ tr r h M''w .!- / !!r
lay partly Inside the upset truck and partly on the t'ewiry% ; -S then."I

ground. ,1t r'.. ... .. .. woke up when it wit dark. Everything was quiet! I
)knew I had to get home to Mary and the three girls I

hope ehe'a okay Gee, I wish I had a intoke.
His Finger Extended
Left "Well, I got up and walked to the highway thit'i

.;:. "" rJ..' --I US. 1. I walked alongside the highway until I got home.
Mison'i left hand wu dated with the Index finger Then, Mary and the girls and Mri. Jackson were there.
extended, as if pointing in the direction of the fleeingcar. "They told me I was In a heap of trouble with the law

""' So, I asked Mrs. Jackson to call the police to get me."

Shortly after the arrival of Lt. Joseph Wlllla and Sgt "Did I drink some whiskey. Yea, but It isn't much
Bay JIullls of Station 4 to take charge of operations a Jus' i wee bit of the fruit whiskey. The other bottle In

manhunt for the auto and its driver was on. '" r\ .,>.1.,' ,, ,, .oiW. '''k ,',. .,Ii: the car (police found an empty sin bottle) belonged to a

It probably was the biggest of id kind in this area .... I j, ..:, l, .,It..r" : '"'' '" :': ....; ,t. ".. ,, / _" hitchhiker I picked up earlier In the morning. lie must
for a hit,and,run driver. .. !f have left it In the back teit. That was when I was on my
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Meanwhile, police returned bliss Tope to the iccne. '. ,. ; .:i. :. /(ii.. t-i .. ..JSkjLXlL: \ .. ..;.. ':.L.... _, way to "Miami to tee my boss He build houses In
She bid been lilting In the abandoned car, deep In Hlaloih.

the brush west of the lite of the tragedy She hid suffered THE TRUCK IN ,WHICH HARRY E. MASON died Miami. Helghta. Carr la being held on charges: of manslaughter! and

no Injuries. lies upside down after colliding with a cor 'In South leaving the scene of an accident




On South Dixie Highway H. E. Brown



Norton Names Store HeadA Designing


Kendall bunlneii executive! Ilia Notion Tile Co.'i South John C. Fuuard Jr., SW
hue been named to head the\Dude Store at 0001 South Dix I 112th Street waa appointed to Orchid ShowHenry
commercial and retail sales of ie Highway the post by President Norton
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E, Brown Jr., Per
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-- the 20th annual orchid at

OUlf PAGE FROM HOLLYWOOD TO YOUif\ how to be held at Dad Coun- w

[ 'I ATI,., THERE'S A STORE NEAR Auditorium In Miami, atari-
leg at 8 pro. Feb. SI. 1 k
The show will run dally
15" 14" I through Feb. 24<<, from 10 a m.
Our Retreads Cuaranteed In Writing iTJOHN
I till S p.m.Brown .
TIRES TIRES 'at It Nwtkl If MiteaTft Marts lai I I / an orchid enthusiast, r.
f f Mid the them of the show la
Ail R..d liu.nl. endDefaeb.
I Orchid' Seranada." %_
COUll" Vat ICrf1.610x151,45 1 lLp
Orchid who want to
growers
& 7501141.45 OUR FULL THUD M*... It II enter their plants can still doa

710115 9.45 5 800(147.95 St STITUTI 4tr. With OH Till MOHAWK MiatADIN*, : I G.. Te PUZZARD Direct Store by contacting Brown at CE.
5-0211) for further Inform.tlon.Several
850 1'145 CHIt 100. Sold Setter Art
BATTERIES 160x159.45 x teat Tt Amttl Ittatctlta It U II Ptllot thouaand different
a.... t 800x15 9.9 90Dx14 1.45 Unite c. Alrilnts, Trec H. ,. ''I Also named to aalei positions types of orchids, including
:. ,", 120x159.95 950114995 ln f THIN-; Army with the company were some very rare species, will bon
s : USE Clifford Smith, Hollywood, display at the ahow.
ill WHY NOT YOU. WA' I'and Robert Talllon, 6920: Wait Ribbons and silver will be

YOYI .... WNIt oM.t wee wheels"I Hollywood,. both aaalgned to awarded to winners la oval
.w-"a.-tens etMM.M.M..I11ww .. /.t... the retail sales division at the 100 different claawa.
.:= Hess==et., 741 .al:cE.rtt..e '
.... main atore on NW 27th Avenue
....-...--.. Miami.Lloyd .

Valt, was named store Home Fire
manager at Norton Tlr.'. Palm
EDISON TIRE Spring atore.Future Firemen from Station 4, Per-
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plant for the 40 year, rlne, doused a fir. Monday at
MIALIAH PlIUIINI W. H.II,. old chain of tire stores include S:48 p,m. at the home of Rob-
MIAMI HIALEAH
MIAMI
I.W.'''' It. toOl Lit"". iiiininivi.' ISO OS L Dial. I" ".IIi: ; ((1), an official ribbon-cutting' ert Williams, SW 11120 SW
Hal 1-1141 tvA sIS OX S GOTO MT-MM ; .. ceremony and grand-opening, 179th St., Perrlne, .
PL" 4-oey. sa. 7tJ scheduled for Feb. 23 at thenew The fire, which caused damage
HENRY BROWN, who hoe been chosen designer of the 26th annual orchid/ shew
estimated at $200, was confined
South Dada store, oppoilUDadeland be held' Feb 21-24, point to en unusual specimen 'In on orchid display he
"If you can't eel your tread-See Ediion"-"The bet tdeol for your I (2) a formal shopping opening center of,Hla-and caused to by the splattering!kitchen.hot It create was to prepored for the Coral Goblet Savings and Loon AsioeioHon Perrino office With

teals atore. on the kitchen itove. him la Robert Boyer, manager of the office. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer).




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:i .., LHEpHOMESTEAD .f redo weekend. majorettes) of the Rebel Mirth- type uniform, iymbllie the Homestead" rod..'. I
EVERGLADES POSSE.-provti train end groom their own horses, the pone her leg Bond of South Dodo Hlh strut up Kromo Ay,. claim' ei "louthernmott notlonolly-opprored rodeoIn
itt '"ltl.I..re deKrleHre during .iMtfeculer clow sports colorful. Seminole' jacket end, chieftain hot nut during' the onnuol western perode ot noon Sot continental, U. S." J
I order mounted drill before Iheutondi cf rodee-floers to signify' its home eree.

lost wetkcnd. Madt up of South Did. youths whoYOUNG Stations of Cross, Novenas Listed ToastmastersTo GRAND


: ] fours for novenas and 8t,. after the evening man en Fri' Have ContestEight 1 OPENING
;iii $ Uoni of the Croon bare been day.
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\ MJ churches In the Trrnno area, Christ the King Church, Palmetto In the Annual apeeoh con I
I ,111I Country Club Estates, fit of Blue Skirl Toastmaster
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I1 .t'1j''I .ealOn. Club at I p.m. Tuesday at the
]. "T : will have novena to Our Lady Officer Club at Homestead Air Kf 1
.' ... \1' Italy library Church, Pet I of the Ulraruloui Medal at 8 Force Base,
-rrw-r. I rise, will hive a novena after p.m, on Monday, and The winner till be the Club'
,, "''IN .t1'r \. the 7iSO p.m. man each Thursday of the Cross at 6 and Sl.tlOn'j representative in an Area One SEE OUR AD
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1I t'j -, and Station of the Cross Fridays totitmaiter March. speech contest In,

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WATCHER, his western f r rubber you've seen CREDIT for holders of CharQS
outfit olmott hidden by DOWN! INSTANT
snowsuit locket, .ii Ronold NO MONEY
Berry, illghtly dismayed' (4 JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHCVROLET-Impala Sport Coupe) and Ne.tlolCredit Card.
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palmetto Senior Hlgli Sch 01'. Y y
local and Instrumental l depart- The great-going All- Weather Line
tnenta combined forces to iponlor -
the achool fifth vocation HAS TUFSYNt HAS 3-T NYLONI HAS TOUGH TREADI
.1 breakfast at T a m. today In
school cafeteria. I Then tires contain this iupordunbli Th... tire eonliln nylon cord These this will deliver the kind
the thin M muiicilly.minded '64 THRIFTY CHIVY H-Novi Sport Coupe rubber-the toughott rub toughened byCoodyur'iexcluilve of, traction you want for In-city:
More ber ever vied In Goodyear tlr... .
students were expected to, Trlplo-Tirnperlni proceii. driving or on n'glHpiod' tumpl kei.

gather lor the early morning
breakfast before elaiaei and
hear a talk by Dr. Thomai Col
PICK YOUR! SIZE AND BtJpQt-T
line, profeaior of music at the
Vnlvenlty of MI.ml.Entrtalnm.llt .
was to be provided .rrrror .r..r-
by Palmetto Senior Triple 2 famous Goodyear Nylons 4 Great Goodyear Nylons
Trio Double Quartette and '(4 SPORTY, MORE POWERFUL CORVAIR-Monza Club Coup
Chamber Music Ensemble of
woodwlndi. .... ,.... ;:::.7 T.r
mixed NM.tt" IMrnN T W-r"H llMtntl MeTjrM670x15 ':::'7 MHMMI T.M.its .rth:
music department was
the The first school group to participate 2 tor $27X0 SU5 2 for$32.40 11.2' 4 for 154.80 $179 4 for $64.80 '1.75
In the guidance derartment'i 7.10x18 2 for $32.50 S12J 2 for $37.50 $1.2' 4 for$65.00 $175 4 for $75.00 $175
vocational br..... 7.60x1 J 2 for 135.40 $121 2 for $40.40 $!23 4 for$70,BO $1.75 4 for(080 $221
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but which bfpl two years
ain and have attracted at TUBELESS, TOO IN MOST POPULAR AUTO TIRE SIZES
many n 200 students, each

paying The National 60 ants Honor a tltket.Society '64 EXCITING CORVETTC-SDiij Ray Spert Coupe sue .,...... .In"-nII Tux: .,I.A.eil" Tsar "1tftoI1t w'rSAOxl

.u'. first Of 62HO 115 Of 62UO 11S 4 for M9M( ,
was hOlt for this JUS 4 lor <5 t.00
vocitlonal breakfast In September YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER HAS MORE TO OFFER: Mill f for 121.GO $125 Z for SUO till 4 for $53 to $175 4 for wit $1.71
with a "Chooie Von Ca '.7Ox15 or7SOa14 2 for $31692farl4l $U5U5 2 for $31.60 1125 4 for U320 $175 4 for $71294forIS9 $171
reer" theme. 710>15Kl( Oil< 2 for 135,90 $ 2 for $4090 $1.25 4 for $;i.n $175 $211
luxury care thrifty cars sport cars sporty cars big
cars
bare 7COilSerl50il4 .
Other department that > $115 2 for $44 40 $125 4 for $7119 $175 4 for IMIO $22S
born hmti for brekfaaU art small cars, long cars, short_cars, family cars, personal can
Business Education -
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Tin Medical, and 45 DIFFERENT'MODELS Naflon-WIdo No Limit Quaranfeol
French Club, with the Journal OF CARS

lam Department scheduling No limit on month./No limit en Alt NEW GOODYEAR AUTO TIRES ARE HUMANIf. A GOODYEAR TIRE fAtl UNDER THIS VlxmlletNa -
one later. thla month. Why 0M ttcpit your Chevrolet iteiIer'Ullkeh vlnKyoiirowiipriv te auto show limit n to roadi/No/ Tilt against didcti In workmanship and ANTttinyof more than 50 000 Goodyear dealers!
limit n to ipeed/for the entire materials and normal tad ttiittt, mitt In the United Stitii and Canada will sake
HOMESTEAD MATIRNALASSOCIATION And It we had room here we could go on and list ifl the engines Chevrolet offer, lift' of the tread repilnbli luncuru.! depth allowance! remaining on a .sew.md tin current baud"Ceod/eir en original Price.An tread"'.

BUILDING FUND 1'/LnP1211P/ to an extra-cost 425-hp Vain the big Cherroltt And all the different "I.M r><* ... *4tH MTN/_ ftW e*..f h mutt fimrf.GOODVEAR .

BENEFIT tranm satons. And the umpteen different exterior and interior color choices.

Pried i Chicken Dinner And the models with bucket seats and those without. And the hundreds of
(including'. aid >uert)
Sflf.Feb.15,1964Serring different accessories, including the"new eztra-cost AM-FM radio.But that's best

from S to I ,..... left to Tom Chevrolet.dealerd exactly how reasonable i;;+ SERVICE STORE

Homestead Masonic the price can be for you to be able to enjoy so much car. I I I '
Tempi Phone Cl 7-4545 147 N. Flogler' Homestead FREE PARKING

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Fashion Show, Lunch IN SOUTH FLORIDA 3-DAY


SALE
fithlon show and luncheon
(
misers of the Non-Corn MM.Chslrmin of the m.rcbI"i I PRICES IN EFFECT
art Officer Wives club On The Jimei Robbins HOMESTEADandROCKDALI
I be held at the Summit Tiklng part In the aollclU- HOMESTEAD
it Burdlno'i Didclimyircb lions were Mri. L J. Bockman,
10 between, noon Air Base Mn. William Main Mn. Wtl ONLY
lace Cook 29160 S. Dll( / Hwy., (NtrtTo Redlond
Mrs Eldon Tennis,
ipm.mtri. Lounge) ( MOil to Sot. 8 om-10
Open
Mn. John Lopes Mri. C. lien. pm
may bring gucitsprint By Mra. Pot Jo"kl ;
cars will be used. denholt, Mrs Charles Bokli, Cl I 72758ROGKDALE
eniUoM must be made Phonet 334-3239 Mn. M. Eiit Mri. Fred Gilbert -

March 3 by calling Cert! Mrs SAm Corgogllone,
Mn Lawrence Hahn, Sirs Tom r
it it 830 2327 of VI Got-
It 338- :i20. BImini and Ironer ikitinj Hudson, Mn J. Mignest, Mri.,
oat
farewell Party I molher-
,. Frank Johnson" hon The next meeting will be It Mn.Petticord, Mri. Earl Shrank, 15180 S. blue Hwy.
George Smith, Mn. A.
pith i farewell part reV the home of Mri Andrew ElltiMn.
(Nest To Rockdole Bar)
Hartley, Mn. Shaffer, Mrs G
it the NCO open men John Ray preilded
10
Welch and daughter Dorothy Open Mon-Sat. 8 om to pm
and her Others
Johnson family attending were Mri
Welch, Mn Mn
Gener
going to !: ,John Ray, Mn. Gordon Bryant NO LIMITS
,fli. to make their home. Savage, Mn. Edward Smith,, 'Mn, Robert Richardson, Mn
...L Johnson was presented In. Richard Hiulhunt, Mn Charles Hamilton, Mri Robert
hits leather cigarette cue, B.: Bonder Mn Joe Blackman,
Keelh Mn. Charles Lee, Mn
and III.tchlnI..lIet.. Mrs. Gordon
tf Bryant, Mn. Mer- Hugh FitU and Mn. Manuel
ttsiei were Mri. Robert roil Hethorn, Mn. John Jinkl!, Zamort.
,b i, Mrs Dn1 Petticord and In. R. Thornton and Mn
Eirle Shrank. Charles Branch Netlc
her attending were Mn Door- prizes \I'ereI'OD by Mn This li a column for end
1 Briber Mr. SUtti Ten Richard Huelhunt and Mn about the axial ctivltlei and .pew, f fw
lire N. Seemin Mrs, B Joe Blickmin. ,other things of Interest for
p, Mri. Smith, Mn. Franc) I SecUl Planned personnel and fimlllei of aer-
mm, Mr. Nick DeShoki,, The February social for the icemen tUUoned! In and around WALKER'SDEIUXE \ /
Charles Robinson, loin.j Non Commlaaolned Officers' Itomeitttd Air Fore B.... We Y
j Gilbert, Mr*. Z. Lee, Mn Wives Club will feature I white can only print what li given to J.' .S.I
art Freeman, Mn Elling.Mn. elephant game Memben are to ui by you. It li my earnest request .
M. Henderson, Mn take their white elephant and appeal that you get A1
J. Bockmtn Mn. C. Scott irizei unwrapped.The the Information to roe M it
Mn. George McAndrewf.t8th social will start tt 11.m.t can be printed.If n. OLD ITI. IOU liON BROWN

Wives the Non-Commlsiioned Of- you have a party, a social, prr 86.8
lies! ot the non-commlsilon-! Iceri' open men. t meeting or notice that you 499 OLD STYLI SOUR MASH
officers of tie 28th Bomb March ./ Dimes tinted other people to know PROOF
adron held their monthly The annual Mother March about, call ma or mill the Information M- 16 PROOF IOURION WHISKEY
at tt the home of Mn.In of Dimes staged fey wives of or I will pick It up Uc;.. uv')
Branch In Leisure City servicemen living on base WM Good publicity U part of the 5,75 ,
Jane for future tocltli were deemed luccesiful In that It 'backbone of any club, 5tT M"..MinInms1 99
wed. Including a trlp to xceeded the 1961 mirth. I iitlon or other ors.nI'l 2iQt

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(try by Richard H. White of Goihen, I nd., known 01 Quick Wash Loundromot.Nrty R

?I 12-pound washer, ".manufactured/ and out only two month, pint BOSTON PINCH 'U\ltN\\t\M
( Dodo bull".... Hu wife, Wonefo, and Sue Ann, 7-yeor-old daughter will be moat .
Ing to Homestead a few weeki.Grades. u plo0P



rest Used To Pick wttllltlt/igNalo 379 REG.1.10 B OURS irl




elegates To Latin ForumThe 9T. e6 rIlOO' .

.. A\GHt\ '

The who will repre, Still, rot completely belterng FINES\ WHISKEY .

fatfralmetto High School alt !/ I what was happening to JACK DANIELS/ 'OUIlION .
ie'Jfith t' annual Florid State Palmetto her Marl ordered Ewedlahpancakea "4 1
'
Atla Forum In Melbourne GREEN
Iprfl 8 and 4 were innuoncei LAIEL
CHARCOAL
:
1/4 recent meeting of the High Our NewspaperThe "LTrtrD e y vto
outer Classical League (JCL), 'OUIION
journalism department, o
I IV students who will com Activities headed by Mrs. Griffith, sponsored PROOF 299
'Ii U In the contests it the for a trip to the new Miami .rc;. 5 99
.
lit ecalved the highest grad e Herald Building recently Accompanying
.. "e tests given In specifics : customs, language and culture the young lourn*. 7.2g Irk

*.. orieL of France Sponsored by Mrs. liils were 15 Future Business
I presenting Palmetto will Mary Denger the major proJect Leader of America, along with
of the society U the annual their leader, fra. Pope
u MardI Cras.Mr The FB.L.A.
t\\ arln I-Nan Sldtn, Latin members were
(-Danny Stekela, Latin IIISaucy *. Betty Sykei I I. the apontor ehown the business sections
Sweet, Latin IV- of Mu Alpha Theta (National and told how they operated,
Math Honor Society). while the journalism group waigiven '
derlvllefu
"' KENTUCKY GILD EY'S'
HJl t tKerreck, cvttomtCMiHundley You must have a S.< average a tour through the build SAMOVAR
inylheloiy-Cartlyn: In math for five semesters and Ing. STRAIGHT IOURBON

Mk.r, end Mttery. Barry and overall 80 average New Te Spenser Dance GIN
Mtrrls. members are tapped !In the VODKA/
, second semester to continue The PUS Girls' Council wO GLENMOREPAUL -
three other delegates will work of the society the next give a sock hop Friday, after % "_ >I to PROOF
etreaent Palmetto at the Form )ear. the Palmetto.Corel Gables basketball CRYSTAL L CLEAR
' Assembly Elected by the game In the Panther's BOURBON
DJ members, they ire Diane Phi Beta Chi, science honorary gym q 99 li star 99U's
ttJstrai, Karen Batchellor andetf society, works to further. Admission to the dine will
Mitchell science Members try to encour.age be 25 cents A live band will 2
Interest and develop abll be featured. 329uGo. REG.
1thl part Palmetto h.. It, among students who ihow REG.
4.20
,fn first place In Latin IV promise in that area. I Pettir Contest Ploop 4.555th
first place In Roman4tomsi Quill and Scroll, the nation ..00 5th
In cue Th. Mardi Gras potter contest '. I"OfW
i second place .1 I Journalism honor society Is
cans and mythtologyt third sponsored by Mrs. Miry Grirth. winner. Include
lace In Latin II and III. cue- To be eligible you must In the traditional categorywas
e in the second semester of I Ken Calendar, first, a IS
lace In history. In 1062, Pal- your Junior year, In the upper prize; the nontraditional sec-
,iftto ii a school placed third third of your class and have Jon, Greg Poulai, first, $7i
the slate done superior work In some Laura Jordan, second, $4, and RSCOTCHUNDID
1 phase of journalism of school Don Thomas, third, $2. RA'G
Hener SocietiesThe
I
publication work. The posters are being used
honor societies of Pal Thespian, national drama around school to advertise the / i IOITlloIN and
wtto Senior High are now annual Palmetto Mardi Gras,
honor Ii
valuating itudenU to be tap- Miss Marty society Trabovlch.sponsored Theo by to be held Frld.,. zits
oed for the second seawater H
plans are chosen on the bail of Library Club sea, SCOTLAND 539 AIG
,
It
The top-ranktng society outstanding achievement In the /4 .
he National Honor Society, ramatle art*. The Library Service dub, aoo' _
,hlch Is baaed on the average headed by Jeanette Parma,
f all school subject. The stu Early GreetingsThe will sponsor a book drive and Stls
ent are rated on character, sale at the Palmetto Mardi stn.
.
and service well latest status symbol, scorCH
denhlp ai
eleven boys in jour bedroom Gras. The club will have a
e scholsrshlp.
booth where novels
mysteries a
to wish happy birthday
you
The Spanish National Honor =
and science fiction will be on
Clely (SNIIS), the El Cel at 1:43 .m.Who' .. .. PROOF
the lucky aid! Marie
eron Chapter war the first Profit from the asl. will goo
of 'tENDED
owgren, courseMarie *
nor society established at
the 0
purchase of a gift forth AND
almetto. Sponsored by Sire wakened by a 21-mem. library. Last year the IN .OTT1D
me Kundtf, the SNHS tries Iwr "Happy Birthday" choral, club bought a magazine rack $COTLAND
, promote Interest and underandirg dived under her cover and then which I I. in constant use this MASSON
In Latin America and slowly] unbelievingly] peeped year' .
i culture. ut The student who contribute
The Latin National Honor While the was waking op and the grtsUit number of boob
xlety; (LNHS), honors out- getting dressed Dick Daves- will receive a cash prize. BRANDY anding Latin atndenU. To be port, Steve Becker Bill Sod.r-
i ijrlbla, a student must have berg and Bill Miller serenaded A female porpoise, who was ,
36 average In three semesri her and the BaUhellor family, herself born at Marlneland of REG..
of Latin. with whom she I I. staying with Florida, gave birth to a baby 369 5.20 5th5th
La Societe Honoralre du''"Go Down Mosei." with the "grandmother" porpoise _
ranealse French Nationalonor Later the group went to I present a span of three
Society, strives to ae- 'ncle John'* Pancake House I generations living in the Circular -
,airt the students with the I for breakfaat I Oceanarium. I









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Tile NIWI LlADI'.1Ie: eUTLU ItI OII.'IUINI 'OST Thursday, February I tyj



I Klines' Shooting Breaks Back Of Jackson Defense



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I f ILWPalmetto INIUGHTs.rtt Palmetto carried a To end the quarter IIId Ui s l
e.rre..ltCIent .M margin with" Ultra to the tame Ames drove for lib last -
Panther Forward It. 'r room and Ames fad 21 bucket of the evening and was I f'
Ml Ames scored a record the 31 point to hit credit. also given' a foul shot which Sports "Guards TopIEnsh"ood
( breaking 40 potols on IS field Round-Up
he. mad for point 88, 80, and
The Generals
goal and 10 teal! shots which cams out for 40.
alllO brad the Generate of Ml the third quarter and started
torn beneckton editorFor
anal Jackson High School 6T- to prtta (*. Panthers but It Behind Ames In scoring fat booms

M, last Friday night *t the .Ida'& work too well, palmetto\ Ammarell Palmetto were Forward Jack. In BB TiltIn
'. f1110 bring their re InereaMd IU lead by four and Guard Al lllni
reed to M overall and 7.1 IB points to 41stHowever man each with sis points, '
the GCC southern dlrlilon. ward Mark Walker and Center a scorching finish Monday I
In the final elM| Jim Willis both had fir, night, National Guard ran up
Midway of the
first
Jackson quarter! minutes the pressure begs to Guard Rob Orr had three, and I t n ,- J 109 point to trounce the
was 1
on top by four work
and the Generals closed Guard Garry \\heston hit fort .... wood Whites In the Adult EII"I
point, 96, but the Panthers the \ .,
to
gap just all pel Mithree 1 .. i league, After taking a 44
got Hot suddenly and scored 12 I time with the o.Dave I. :. : : t
acor..t ,
Satadlno Ouardburn.d
led the Generals first half lead National
of the nest 14 point and hada I 60.14, 82-tfl, end I, ...... '
6461
but that ,
I .
all Point had at the end with 19 points' and *" as .. -. the nets for 44 point
of '
the Initial period, 17.11. I Panther'was the eloMit they get ai Followed by Center Beml Staydenmaler t I (1 .V' .., ., Y In the 4th quarter alone to
In the eeeond Ames Guard Bob Orr (Just with 18, Phil Brown, i set the searing record for the 1
hit quarter I recently up from JV.) and w'lth 10, Dan Martin had eight, year Red.hot Dennis Burdlck
with consistently 12 of the 14 and t total wound Panther up I Center Jim Villla each nude :Ed Tombley and Tom Scott had fj : hit IT of 22 shots from the field
I some very timely foul shots to I two each and : I41r
point of the nUll Tlnileyrblpped for 84 points, Just I lens than
period. At In. I keep the game out. of reach. In one, rerPeePes Mi opponent cored collectively

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Also hitting In doubt fig-
1901i "'" '
islimg Derby 11": tr are for National Guard metesJim !
I I ,c.t. .l.\,7Y r !I Simmons (3), Chuck CrweIS

"' j ( ), Ron Keafaey (13)), Mike
Offers Cash Awards r Parish and Carlo Coma (12

.. .., ,eirhl Bl* Jerry MstVUl led
w: the loser with IS, and Ed Toll
Tl.e 1064 Schlltt 1500000 mortality Fresh water tags tarry pr*. k.. i. 1 had 12. Bob Eastwood drove
Florid Fishing Derby, the only All Caste DefrayedIn fix 0 and tag number. Saltwater t : for 2 and rebounded for 2 more
event of its kind, I* being addiiion to the cash tags carry prefix number In his own brilliant style,
conducted throughout the stale award, the Jot. Schlitz BrewIng 44 and tag number tl I \ I Conley Chevrolet continued
for the fourth
to consecutive year Company defray all Cost Net*! All lags will also fyhr r rM their unbeaten airing with a
promote fishing fun clen'
title research and consenstlon of the program. bear the ward "Schllrs" .. / : 67 to 29 win over Flytm'eDlila

A* la they will be readily Identl. Vibe After a close flrelquar..r.
Wore than 10,000 fresh and Rchlltr Derby previous It bring rein, conducted the liable. ". 1 .4 I Conley steadily pulled .
lilt water fish are being tagged! la four geographical ,Impartial, Drawing I away to Iud 34 to IS at
and released by the two elateagencies r half.time. John Hullender hit
tone, each for four month Each of the lags I* number
concerned with fish period to coincide scd, and each number hat a J i a field goal and 9 foul shots
I conservation a* nearly) corresponding r ,rI
Florida and Game managementthe and FreshWater a* possible with peak fishing cash value, assigned I. t. : i for 27 points as Coni.,'* leadIng ,
Fish and tourist season Following" before the opening of Ih* Derby scorer John Allison followed I r
Commission and I 1s the 1964 Derby schedule: In an Impartial drawing, completely with S and 5 for K !
the Florida State Board jf Con r "i !
separate from and t points For Finn's Norm Zsr-
In ,
aervatlon for Z. I I
( tilt water) S." n Southwest \ '
,
no ask had
way related to the 12
leggingprocess. ; pointsScoring
n oral other atatt Ida Ir
agencies workIng February 1 through The Indivlduil 1.11 .
leader Feb 10, 1964
tig
to develop recreation fa. May 21, Fresh water t.* e
slues arcMS.. $50. $100 tIt Player[ ft
It" gm. fg ptsSimmons
I cllltle and tourism are also Indirectly tarry prefix K and tae "" .1 $1,QUO for both fresh and saltwater t ; '- 115 10 140
.
Interested be Stir water tags ."
: N.
fish
One
$10000 fish I* .. Hullender 6 63 2S 134
Cash Awards prefix number 41 end
I'
19
released In each .
tone.Also Burdick 7 S3 4 110
During *e"en month of the number any tagged fish caught t MillaZaresk 5 8S 19 1111
Derby period, captors of the Zene 2 fevthetst Florida from previous Derbies will be 8 SI ISSO 111
tagged fish are offered cat February 1 throveh May worth a $25 cash award during 1M Allen II 17 17
award of from $23 to $10000 ,.. Fresh water ,fit''
left carry the Derby period la the rev 't Matyu II 80 K 78
when catches art taken to the prefix M and
far number. spectlxe ZoneiConservation. y Zln-er II 29 t 88
nc<*est SchlJU wholesaler fo rumber tars carry profit Award t I. .. .. .. Allison II 21 19 81
recording and prompt deliver 42 and tag number
,
In addition
some special Hazard 15 29
to the state agencies for arlentiric Zone 1 Central Florida $500 Conservation Award art KITE FISHING brought results for George Zverlno, S 611

I, study April I through July 21 offered for earlier tagged fish .I La Plata, Md. shown her with his SB-pound,
In previous Derbies, more Fresh water tag 6'11" Palmetto C. C.
lailfiih
tarry pro- to stimulate their return for caught off North Key Largo on a
than (200000 hn been for fix N /
paid and tar number Silt research benefit Inflih..
tagged specimens, and these water Starts Golf ClassThe
tags carry prefix I nvn The Derby 1 II to .I
have provided valuable Information bee 43 and t., number. open every.one -

on fish habit, mlgrt. Zone 4 N.rth FloridaMay I alike, of resident all age,and except visitors em' ILittle, LeagueArtie Set For Tryouts Palmetto Country Club
Uon, abundance
and
growth I has
threugh August 21, iloes of the Jo*. Schlltt) Brew', announced that a special
...'"HOMESTEAD'S WASH- 'N-WAX--- hit Company, It* wholesalers Pans, player agent forlomestead lime schedule Mr. Ptnsa explained series of golf lessons, six In
'and the two slate all, will be offered to ladle
agencies con Little League, Inc, the methods which will ,
CENTER I corned The sole requirement every Thursday at 10 a.n.
I announced that a general assembly be nmd to conduct player tryout The clsss I* to member
NEW LOCATION compliance with Florida open
$
t. WASH a coo Fishing regulation. of all registered pl.,. and assignment. and non.member, To Join up
CLIAN era, ages 8 through 12 will beheld call CE I-2P2%. THE SIG STRETCH on the abound linada |Eoln
WAX ANY CAR at Homestead Municipal( II Registration of player will John Cusano, golf pro at the ly by Dwona Summer Na. ( Chevn

ANY SIZE DON ALL BY WORK HAND million There are torn umtccn Park on Saturday, February continue with no deadline according club, la .In charge of the pro and Don Ruskin (U. af M. Freshmen) who face
American
SGT. BENNY RUBIN'S who fervently to League President leek each other in a recent clash, (Photo by Don PhClay's
HIWAY ESSO .
SERVICE hope the administration 22. at B:30 a m, Players will
I 30500 So. Federal Highway-247-9953 will be far more luccessful be bist'ructed at thIt'time a* to Otis Garland Player wh I
Open tarn. 10pm. and In its fight register after the election and '
I I' Daily Sunday against trio methods .In which tryouts
poverty thin they bar been. will be condut'lid. and Informed assignment of player to teams Ring Record

about league policy.A (early March), will be placed

in a player pool and
aulp.dto
of Little i
meeting League
Coaehee wa held Wednesday team a* position are available Liston's KOs
Tops
right, under the direction of Boy. Interested In playing

Artie Pania and John Chand baseball In this organized program
L leis The coaches authorized offlclsl will find application to
team practice to start on play at the Sportsman, 230 Cassiu Gay: recognliedly respectively. Mis ml Beach Convention
DAYS ONLY I Feb. IS, and approved the 28 Washington Av.., Homestead. Faster than Sonny LJiton whom, I Clay, who generates the power > at 1700 Washington Ave
be I Ie challenging for the heay for M* knockout with wind Conley Chevrolet In 1I0mel'

.. >..*. ",.-m \ ,clght championship at Ml mill attacking rather than the
f3 anal Beach Convention Hall) traditional big punch explosion, :
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Feb 15, also bs* a better percentage prefaced his pro maturity In I
r \ 1.:: : '. I' for scoring knockouts this regard by a knockout studded r

;""... s I HI* edge 1* sea to J28 record a* an amateur ,

f' I Clay, the brash Louisville
In watching Clay prepare (orUslon
Up, hat slopped IS of 19 op ita I obvious that his
ponentt In hit three.yesr career machine gun attacks Is I designed
a* I professional Listen,' to wear the champion down before
I ha* finished off 19 of M In 11 IS rounds, Listen, however
j 1 years of campaigning, herein can take you out with
he lost only once one punch But, Cia,'* pinpointed .
H The average compiled by volume attack carries t ;

Clay, tops that of all but two the tarn message,
t ti holder* of the crown. These Tickets for the most talked

\ are Rocky Marclsno rever about heavyweight fight of the
1 beaten In 49 bout and owner century are still available,
1'I' On. nice! thing about on olr-eooted engine: !of 41 KOs, and Joe Louis, who Good test remain in an sec txa

..... ,'uncorked S4 KOs In 67 \lctor lions with about (,oot) reserved
I lei while making 71 starts seat available at (20,

TIRE INDUSTRY'S FINEST! I I ; : Their marks were .171 and .761 Ticket ran b* purchased it 1
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STIVI McMULLAN quirk lead early In the firs! urdaj night game, the disc
tptrtl Correspondent period and led II with tout jockeys from Radio station

(WW "1Ih'* Knight oversee minutes of play gone. By the WQAM will meet the South I Palmetto Crumbles In ,
U point icortng effort tint the tint eight minutequarter Did faculty tum.IGufS1OCmn.

jff ;rou Tuesday night alsouth was over the Knights
Dad gym and took Men In possession of i 22-12 I
N |victory.TI44 Gold font Conri.ee margin. ] Tiff With Miami High


pore: bounced iJ DICK that from i Cross cam Rebels on Rally with IS polnla Gels Sets For I By lAM IINICKSON Had It been, the score would foul line to hi. credit. But Wil.
dump droppedM
,* isms to In the second period however, Even the tough and tumble hat been double the final ker Gary Wheaton and Jim
lint fourth In
from the Did and South Dade pulled within Dotib1e-Deal tactic of the Miami High tally, 4430.Palmetto's. Willis helped to pick tip the
saint for County three points In the middle of School quintet who now havea offense crumbled action in the second half ,
it AA schools by hitting 12 that quarter But Michaels and Culfstream Park will run Its record of 111 In non-confer early In the contest. too late to item the tide of thlSUnllree.

f field I of goal 11 attempts free throws.r and. Fernanda brought the Knights Twin Double on the fifth sixth, once wins, wasn't up to usual High-scorer, Bill Ames, lagged .' strong offense, scoring -
,mf was half of thr11III' back quickly and at the half eighth and ninth races during performance againat the Palmetto behind hit usual top per ft point during the last
: H point total outputKnljW they led 43-34. Id March 4 April 23 meeting eager, last Saturday form.nci'lIb only two field two period

,/ Drive Again South Dad rallied In Jimmy Donn Jr., Gulf. night goals and five polnti on the Best defense against the
the third period and stayed stream president decided on
lit ell r I e y counteracted fast-mov'ing Stings wee offered
from three to five points behind those four races following a effort -
effort with two gunners by Willis whose rebounding
heir gt own Ralph reminder for nearly two minutes, careful study of the results of Panthers Stalked By put the Panthers In
but again Curley recovered and Twin Double action at tracks threatening position In the
illitd M point for the visitor
d I Pint Michael added 20 edged back In front I, holdingthe where the bonanza bet 'was Foe Kill Ends 64.50 third period. -
better end of i 50 45 score carded on consecutive tares ;
account for the majorof
jt, to ii the final quarter sot under and thoM with a one-rsre break lie found the bucket too, for
7 the Knlghti1 offensive In between\ By BILL INRIGHTSpertt to pulled to within even points an extra five points
vtt' wayThe Knights pulled out to a "After going over the entire I CrrSMndnt lof the Explorer with a 40-33
tooth Dade, 'who hid Just 22 point lead In the middle of net-up with Jay MathawiGulfitream i Jim )lcKlrc"r, led the Co-: score but they were atill be. But Chuck Schaefer'i field
//tlttn starter David White off, hind 11 the end ot the senersUhlo wai" too much to
the fourth period, but South ( mutueli manager) Iambus Explorer over the Pan by at
:It disabled Hit, hid to play i' Dade came bark strong and cut It moms brat to hIa race In hers of Palmetto, 64-60, by quarter 40-38 and In the fin combat IIIi own contribution
ir game without leading re-. the final margin to ten, 74 84D.J' between the two sections of the coring it point on 11 field al period It woo much the same of 12 Olnt., low for him, plus
under John Lovel.nd'Ilb. Twin" Donn explained "Thli I goals and four free throw and story\ at Columbus hit for It Terry Aklni' thirpthootlng IndM.linonkl'
T* Meet Fatuity
tt' Uvclind'i Curley hade strong defense
ensuring more rebounds last points to Palmetto' 12
way we are tabbing off 27
overwhelming advantage In Friday night the Rebels willtake I and Wetly Wonclk'i hustle en
than adequate time for the Tuesday night on the winner'scourt. The difference In the
big
trlfiht a t IS record Into a battle the rebounds put the game on
Twin Double fan to exchangetheir record Ii
Palmetto's now
Leading RebeundtrCtrl with the Palmetto Panthers game was the rebounding done Ire In the last period
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Burdlck took com..und, on the South Dade court. Palmetto 'live. ticket on the first laithalf. In the Gold Coast Conf.r- hy the bigger Explorer, particularly Pat Kelly, the Sting's guard
half far another In the I and 18 overall It was
)ltKlrchl" and Paul
Y the boards for the Itcbele beat South Dade In thetwo 1&.8 was hurt with a sprained ankleIn
tenth win In
sod ,,n the ,.mp'. leidlnn re- tearni' first meeting at the "Running the Twin on conaerullve Explorer'a Ktulpaltla who brought down the third period. The accident :
founder with U White grihbeditl Pantheri' gym On Saturdaynight list resulted In I tHn games Guard lIT. A good part of then ""I didn't slow down the Miami
rebounds and scored 11 Miami Central will visit races I I Even though Panther .bounds were offensive and resulted already nine points
12 1 eager
when the,
exchange problem Rill Ames hit for 11 field goals
In
while Bill Blackburn South Dide. The Rockets were many valuable points ahead at the time
points favorites have won the first and one foul shot for 23 points Columbus,
dtired the boards T times end i I defeated (.HIhpn the teams half. I Palmetto couldn't get clone after for In I Palmetto'i conference ,tlnd.In .
Behind the
McKlrchey .
put la 10 polnti. met the first time. Donn much favorable at the end of the game remained
repasts the start of the econd
quarter column
Curie; walked away with! s1.'assua. During halftime of the Sat- reaction since his announcement scoring for the Explorer 18 and 91 overall.
public held to only Bevll-
a* they were were Forward' John
I II1l J ....,. Gulfstream will offer .' ,lx points t b y the Explorer aequa 14 point, Guard Bob' leah They(Tuesday will hlpl.pd) at time Ilia-
press
the Twin Double during Ui who scored 1* point In that Thompson nine points" Guard
and are scheduled to meet
IIookLinen11l March 4 April 23 meeting. disastrous and decisive period. Btrnle Phebua eight points, South Dade, Feb. 14 INDOCTRINATION course In was con.
have told umpiring
"Many people mewhat
Palmetto led throughout mont Forward Paul Etulgaltls five the Per-
they plan to do with the of the first quarter In which points, and Guard Mike 0' ducted during the post three
1100,000 or so they plan to Rill Ames made 11 of his 23 Shaughneucy two paints, vine Khoury League by Rocky Gugliemo, former
win," Donn smiled "One thing points but Columbus finished Also scoring for the Panthers Tennis Anyone? ump for the Florida International Leo,,,., "Learn
for sure, It does create an air string and the Panther woundup were Forward Bill Garcia 12 I 'Ing the ro,.." Ii Billy Orr, ana of several volun
Sinker of excitement" for our oning. with a allm one point lead, points, Guard Mark Walker Sign Saturday teen for the upcoming teaion. (Photo by Den Phlf r)

.J 17.HI. and at the half they eight points, Guard Garry -
Culfstream'a Twin Double were behind to stay, 32-23 Wheaton five point, and Center Tournament
By BILL BARNII payoffs may hit 1150,000 line In the third period Palmet- Jim Wlllla added two points Last call for tennis tour No Tangle Rod
their pool will be the largest
Pew reports have come inat Saturday Both parties fished of track having used the nament entrlei Is Saturday, GRAND
this writing beciuse of from Lowe' Marina on Key any Feb Is. Here's another good way to
lest ..ttk'. tUy-athome weather. Largo. new form of betting Senior League Hits 100 Mark The Him..'..** Radland keep bait casting rod OPENING

Those conditions anglers came who Tom MrGuery also fishingout Hall's Heroes Registration ot boy ages 13 team In Pad and Broward Tennis end annual Club, Nosing event Its, sea has from snarls and tangles Irl"l BIG
braved the
citchei. of Low'*'* landed a so. IS I I. approaching the 100 Counties The tournament will Invited the racquet clan r* transporting or storing.
up with some good pound amberjack near )to' mark, according to Ivan Ca- b* held on or about July 1$, ale l n up, please! figure 8 out of an Inner tube I

Fishing with one of CaptI lane Light.Bettom On March son, official registrar of the Player agent Artie Panes If yeu live 'In th* area, Cut i holt In both ends ot the K
Senior It I II announred
I Earl Smllh'i kites, last SatLurdiy fishing, la tlc.lI.n'In League 140 expectedthat that a general assembly frem Cecil) Reef Drive, eight! Now sUp one end overthe

afternoon, we had this urn area, Bill Wllllama I I'nlveiiity ot Miami' bat this approximately will boysin of Senior League Players nerth Monre Ceunty line, rod butt or reclseit; the
(good action at North Key brought a mixed catchof ketball team heads west for I try ag out group for the 120 registerto positions [candidates will be held at Home south' ysu're eligible' t* other over reel handle. Ten- SEE OUR AD

Argo. 69 snapper and grouper to I garnet In Houston Thursday available on the eight steed Municipal Park on Sat compete" h the variety IfIlnI. lion holds everything In ptice. ON PAGE I

In the tint ten minute dock the first of the week. against Unlveralty ot 1Iou.tonInd baseball teams In the Senior tirday, February 22, at 1::00 .., doubles and mixed I
after getting out the pinfish The grouper ranged from lit New Oilcan Saturday League Application era avail- P.M. Player will be divided doubles itntesta set far
s |>ilU. George Zverlna booked five to IS pound and were against Loyola of New Orleans,. able at the Sportsman 230 Into group of 20 to 25, and the I Feb. 21, 22, 23, 21, 21 end
I lallflih which save ui quite caught around the Inside Intent on regaining torn of Waahlngion Av., Homestead schedule of tryout will be explained March 1. i ---1J
d show of aerial acrobatic rock patches. their glitter The Hurricane) to them.Mountain. All event will ke held at
Senior League eoachea met I I I
'I, Vie flab! was landed In 20 fell apart In taking a aO.polntIhelllCklnr the new city-lmpreved tn
t.llmleI",1
and full
tight
Harry Gilbert, Gilbert Marina ( from rebounding approved rile cevrta at Hemestead
,ilnutu from a dead boat on U structure for the 1(64 Music
at Jewfish Creek. Park.Registration ,
thirty-pound test line and hippy to report that the trout Crelghton Monday, one Buffered of the season At this Friday night Municipal fee Is, ea sly
worst beatlnri ever
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weighed U pound remainder of are DOW taking shrimp in by a Miami team at home.Despite meeting a twenty-one game A coon hunter recommend*I |l.0.. Special awards and R_ 8iCANDIES
the
j During Little Elickwater Sound The the loss the Miami schedule was also approved. this highly. Seem when he performance trophies will
the day, we boated a 17-pound fish are running all ales and statistic till Impressive Actual league play will atari tree a coon he alerts playing be presented
blackfin tuna I 12 pound If the weather hold this and comeback are on the road In early April and conclude In his harmonica Coon heart Supervlilen .f the teurna-
blackfln and an pound bon. weekend should produce good would a make It possible to call early July A tournament team noise, look down and POWI( merit Is under Walter I.Harnlsh. .
Ite. A tall of approximatelythree action Snook fUnlng I* also will be selected to compel with ,Maybe If he waited the coon .
feet took a pinfish but good under the bridge at night the Crelghton' slaughter 'on* ol other Senior League All Star would die laughing, save shot
leaped and threw the bait those thlriRi. Crelghton had an
before the line straightened and snapper and grunt art awesome 81* on 106 field goal

la set the book and a large plentiful. attempts. A THIEF '3 n
king was fought to boat aide Treut ire else allowing' vp Houston, after an ejght lame IN THE NIGHTAt I
"' only I to rut the line on thefoot In Whitewater Bay out of winning streak, has lost two Tide Time Table no Urn In any twenty-four
of tlra engine which had Flamingo In the Everglades out of three by narrow margins. hour can you be certain that
ot been tilled. National Perk. Some tarponare The Cougar have the High Lew I some ahady character will
The tn! i are Kill thick to be found In the bay tight defensive type of ball slut A.M. ,.M. A.M. ..M. not walk off with something
uU of Alligator Light. around the canal in the Cape which hae harried Miami In I you own, But It 1* the hour
4 '.mp.D.rr. John Myen and Sable area.Tarpon the past, figure to be curl 8:18 1:48 2:16 I of darkness that greatly Increase .
Feb. 13..... 8:09
boated 122 are now beginningto rough at home Their novel I the aumber of such
"Ed Cetfrman
Feb. 14 ..... 8 :46 9:00: 2:30: 2:56:
... lnill.h running 4 to 18oundi show up In greater num two platoon style of lubatltu' I crime. Long winter night
on Saturday. Bob ben around the bridge along ting may further bother the Feb. 15..... 9:25 9:44: 3:11: 3:37: give the thief more time to

es and party caught! 38 the Oversea Highway off the Hurricane who are not blessed InsurcUona: For accurate tide Information for specific work. Insurance against theft
and 4S on Key. with much depth. tosses will protect you. Let u* FANCY
ring*, n Friday, area add key figure to above time table.Cape SATIN HEARTS
writ it for you, rc
Florid, Key Biscayne High. 49

Low 1.02 Fowey Pock High .03 Low \ 1 k =3.35 tol0A0r
r .02 Ratted Key High 2.SO Low b ;

r p'e'r&w 2.33 Argelfhb Key High .22 Low ; ;

.26 Tivernler High .34 Low .38

Long Key (west end) High .40
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At Ion 111M'. meeting of th. Methodist Church at part ol f ... ...,. cultivation chairman of the Sunday ,: arA I b,
Parent Teacher AitocliUon ol f their observance tf Boy Seoul 1 t 1 ,fiyi 't< C
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the rkH-lda City Elements) Week Florida: CityI d 1 g' t l .s 1 o a ,, 1 1t

School, Mn. Rlchird Betrt tl l lperrlne After the display wn flnlih ,[ A hay ride'e planned for the I \ 1 r. rA --

will be main speaker, ed, the boys, under the supervision I Ardi Waiver near future for members of the i' NOTICMi
The li planned to
program
of Thomas Joseph Scout,
Intermediate MYF the junior )
coincide with the book lilt and tho.ltI247.7191
matter, cooked and atayed 4'as,7 /
supper
tile to be held In the librarydirectly and senior chain, Rev, Louise J
all night at the display tile. .. ... '
-- Leigh IP. In charge, '
after the meeting 0 "5'ITo
It was the tint such activitythe
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.. ot Mrt Bean'a speech (
Topic boys hive bad since the Members of the MclliudIM i
"Bringing Books Andpeople Robert Daniel Coding, Infant ,
will he troop wai orginlied last fall. Youth Fellowship are planning t 'f Mr
: Together ion of Mr. and Mn, Robert ,4 '
: Mrs, Bcare li chairman of Troop members tamping out Ito join milk the young people Ooodlng ot NW lllth Avenue, .J 4e:. 4' t I /tk .. ..nI ,
were Billy Lee, Tommy Leigh ol the Redlindi Mcthodlil homestead wit bapllttd hit 4ha ) I snas
the Perrlne Comunlly LJbriry .
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Miller, Buns Tommy
Jerry Tony
Committee, Church for a camping trip to Sunday at the morning aervlct.liptiit ,1' ,
Davis Michael Bendkow "j'hi I*'
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The meeting li to start at Everglidci: National Park Feb. Notes "I' J Iss
ski, Ronnie Biggett and Gray
with the will The afternoon circle ot the .t --
T:SO p m. In the school cafetorlum. y Bunn 1 22 Going group I '
ion be Rev Joseph Smith, pastor of Women1 Missionary Union met I IL 1& 1
The troop will\ sponsor a ipa church, ( at the home ClI Mn. -
'. Bookl that mill be lold have tbe Redlindi Tuesday -
I been on display In the library ghettl the Cove supper Cafeteria Saturday on eveningat Krome Lou Tladile, NW Sixth Avenue NEWLY INSTALLED OFFICERS OF Royal Viita Chopter, Order of DtMolty If THI
They will be told at prices Avenue The nursery committee hnvolcd Mn, ROil Mlchalikl wit chairman Include, from left to riant, John, DcBotin, otter (councilor Chuck ('our'
: ringing from tt cents to $S. : to purchase new' toys and ot the program, McCortney, senior councilor end. Mormon Lewis, junior councilor, (Stoff photo) silo!
Mrs rhyllli Conover, librarian, e Methodist Notes play equipment to be used In j numb
will be In charge cf the sale aMCI Members of the Womcn'i Society I'the church nurtt'''. They are Members of the Minion have your
W. K, rennebiktr principal RICHARD MAKE of Christian Service, members of the Weilryin Service bees attending revival services thil I Iway
i said that when the books have PTA Speaker meeting Tuesday evening it the Guild, and will, be aided financially this week at the Modello church DeMolay Chapter Install
been reid and are no longer home of Mn. Letter Walkup In this project by the Rev Wallace Rivera from Key Fofiitool c
needed In the homes, they maybe bars Leigh, Mrs Uclorei Hitk on NE Second Street discussed Sunday School, I W..III. conducting the aervll't'l.I .
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donated back to the llbriry ell, Mn. Evelyn Stanley Mri the study course, "The ('hurt'h'l'' Esa'as '
If parents *o desire, and that Sue Blondo/ and Mill Suunne Mlulon Todl)'", that will be Mrs Louise Thompson hl'l I The rules of b.pU.mII\ be DeBaun Master Councilor J
i label will be placed IB each! jenmntfi, I conducted at the church In the been appointed director ot conducted Sunday t All.
i book giving the rime ct the! Boy Scout Activities near future, Mn. Roy Chandler vicillon<<: Bible school for this the Baptist Camp In tier
Florida
donor. Boy Scout Troop 531 went on li chairman ol the progrimiA. year She li presently orginIrlnt City The Rev. Lee John l>Baun accepted the:;IRobeiU.: chaplain) Mike Lew->|matter councilor Lynn Bit ran
t Teachers Visit l CimpTeacher a 10.mile hike Siturday Leon, \ her staff it well at col. officiate. ravel at mailer councilor of aentinelj Scott Creamer, ram and the two who precede Sal<
: from the school vlil Sypeni from A new prayerWednendsy group lading mitertali to be used Royal Vista Chapter, Order of 1 bearer) Lynn Bran. him In the office, Wilbur A loc:
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ted the Fanouth Labor Camprecently Height accompanied hadetTNi I prUed of Methodlit men meets and riding fundi for the protect ihmeeot group of the church DeMoliy, at Instillation ceitmonlei almoner) Larry Alexander bury and John Robblni, pai rrrll
: at part ol the practl hiked li far M Ever eich evening at Thli li the tint time Mn wl Sundiy evening after recently it Royal Palm marihal i Dick Ledford, ora matter councilor Jewell, Urr
cum (self itudy) that li under tonal Park. ',the church The group orgin Thompson hit served In this tht church tervlce to take part Masonic Temple, Homesteiil. and George Ehahlnlan, Alexander received an away Ihi1A
I : way at the ichool. In the afternoon, the boys act lied In preparation for the upcoming capacity However the hit beenon ,Ia an evening of recreation at Installed ai aenlor councilor Rob Farley, Phil Myin, Jon a "woiker of the tern rKlot yor
Teachers who took part are up their display of camping and( revival to be conducted the staff In previous years the home ef Mr. and "'ra. Ben was Chuck McCartney, junior Treiona, Tom Guadagno, Steve George Shihlnian received i
I : )fra. Suite Hiitlngi, Mn. Bar. other equipment In front ol the next month. I anti serves ai membenhlp and Evertge on Third Street. ./ Or
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Brad Alexander, scribe) Phil George Shihlnian Lynn Ilia Merit bin went to Jim Cat'!
.1 Robinson senior deacon) Mike nam, Joseph. Schroeder, Sherman Chuck McCartney, Scott Creamer
COMING SOON Itouglai" junior deacon Alan Dinby and Gerry Knight George Ehahlnlan LynRianam P.II"

MI.lh. senior 'III'ardl| .Jim Charles McCartney "Dad" Larry Alexander in '
Gaff, Junior steward) John advisor pniented to outgoing John Robblni.
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of the Homestead office ion Drive hit her guest a longtime .
+ of Southern Bell Telephone. LEISURE CITY friend Mn. William T.
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.. Co., will speak at i meetingof i I Schneck of Pint Beach, NJ.
the Leisure City Civic Ataoclitlon ly LAURA BRIDGES 1

at T.39: p.m, today In Alias Miude Hollidiy and
\ the elementary school cafe- Mri. Pearl Nelson of Lincoln
torlum. I' card pirty at the community Drive hid guests list week MI'
; center Friday under the super.vision from Keokuk, Iowa They were
\ SOUTH DADE 1964 Att,. Tom Walsh, resident of i of Mn. William Cmedy. Miss, Florence Meciclien and
Leisure City and member ofthe There will be two sessions, one Alias Ruth Crane Mill Holli- -4
i civic group will\ report on beginning it ISO: pm. and another diy and Mlu MegcigUen tor-
the Issue of Irish dumping on it T pm. Refreshments merly taught school In South -A
vacant loll In the community.All will be served and door pritei
Bend, Ind., and shared the
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area residents, whether awarded. A SO cent donation U
time apartmentMri
\ they are member of the atio-, asked

: -.t The I elation or not, are Invited to I Cildtn Agt Club Viola Blackman of
attend.
/ Coolidge Lane hit her sister
Lcadcl'Post'sAnnual I The Golden Agcri will meet
News School Newt I and broth.r.ln.aw.! Mr and
today In the recreation build. Airs Clayton Klrkpitrick of
I In order to help finance
MailAway worthwhile project, the Lei- Ing of Cord Roc Mobile Pirk Waterman, III., visiting tier 1i
r' sure City Elementary School Member and their guests are Mn. Kirkpatrick hit written a
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Invited to tike their lunch and
Parent Teacher All ('lllIon It number of lonm, one of which
Edition sponsoring "mow cone" rates stay for an afternoon of cirdiMn li the Golden Age Club theme
Mibel Avery, chairman long
and
Wednesday Friday
every
of tpeclal activities, n
says
ifternooni. At I they
P m. are
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the neither warms plans will\ Blrthdiy Party
told In front of the school and
be made for a number of
then at S p.m. they may be purchased i clal outings, ipe Frinkle Lou Evenole was
on the hardcourt I treated to 117th birthday party
You Cane Ice for the cones li being Personals Friday night by her uncle and

furnished by R. D. Gostelln, Mr, and Mri. William S. aunt, Mr. and Mri. Jack Grayof
Read About: manager: of Kwik-Check at V. White and their four children Avocado Drive.
S. 1 and Biscayne. Sharon, U, Susie, 1. Cynthia Friends present were Llndi
7, and Douglas, I months, spent Davis, Connie Borden, Janice
.. Mri. Aim Fettermin, manic most of the put week visiting Englehirt. Units Wood, Pat
teacher it Leisure City Elementary hit parent, Cmdr. and Mn.Howird Thurnit, Joanne Accurilo Su-
has announced rei- White of Avocado lie Walker, Cindy Senn, La-
creations mutt be In by today Drive. Mr. White, an Army voyce Leggett, Penny Rablne,
Area Growth for the youth concert to be mm, wn most recently iti- Joellen lucks, Sue Thome,
presented March I it Dade Uoned In Oklahoma After their Butch Aiklni, Randy Bridget,
2 County Auditorium. Cost li visit here and one In New York Bob Cirretia, Chuck Cray,
I Illr SO cents, including bus trimportitlon with other relative they will go Marvin Callahan, Errol Drey-
I_ to Germany on a new assignment fug, Horire Coodlng, Chris
Martin Jackie Murphy, .Jerry
IndustryAgriculture Plea for help comet from the I Knight, Steve Rice, Steve Richardi -
: office ot the school then Mr. and Mn. Otto Heber of Richard Rlvci and Linda
li a need for children' shoes, SW 153rd Court had guetU tail O'Min.
: new or used for ages 6 through weekend from Oxford, Mlch.l.
w'S 12. They may be dropped off They were Mr. and Mn. Caboose To Join
at the school office my diy Althouie. Mr, Althouie headed
during the week the industrial art work In the j jPass
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Center Adlvltlii Detroit, public schools anti Area CollectionA
The Leisure City Civic Aiiocition taught it Wayne Universityuntil

: will tponior a public he retired last year I caboose of Seaboard Air

II tines Railroad, retired from
active service, will Join the
: Lions Banks historic collection of the Cold
Eye
Real EstateEntertainment Coast Railroad today.

I d h Dedication ceremonln for
the caboose will be it 3 p.m.
: t Record Explained at Dogpitch Station ot the Gold
Coast Railroad, located on the
South Campus of the University

: O of Miami, four milei west of
The record ot Florida Lloni public. Rockdile.
and eye banks in restoring light Any ptrten, whether aid ryeuni
:vrr through corneal traniplintiwn may pledge rfwiationf H.nry 0. Shaw, director of
i Recreation outlined for the RedlandUont thlr eyes, Dr, Archer said Seaboard; will make the pretentdtlon. -
Club lilt week by Dr. Even a blind person may tie .
I :. Paul Archer of Homestead, ...
1\- member of the board of director "When a person signs the Mrs. Eimemoser
; for the Lloni eye bank In pledge, he U given a card to
Miami. cary with him at all timei," the
Elehry-Mvtn successful ce,. optometrist laid. "Then upon Is On Committee
c Mil transplants hive taken hit death the eyes ire removed
w' place In Smith Fiends In the immediately There li no disfigurement Mri. Cent EnnemoMr
: t R AND MANIA OTHERINTERESTING put three yean threuth one ii the eyes are 8 W 86th Avenue. it 1(221
tl the area eye bank, Dr. dOled by the mortician ,- one of
> c. AND Archer laid.He way, and all religious faiths eight by the new Miami membtn ppolnted
added that 2.000 pledg-i are In full accord with the pro City Comrali-
: ON THE NEWSTANDS AND ENLIGHTENING FACTS hiv been received from parsons gram." lion Committee to the Miami Beatification
In the area to donate their Also assisting In wllclUnt
THAT ARE RESPONSIBLEIN eyes after death to the work. pledges for eye donations are Also appointed to the committee
The Redland Lloni are among Anna Miller Circle of the was State
BcpreaentatiTe
THE HOMES MARCH 29th FOR THE CONTINUOUS those throughout the state who Homestead Elk Club. lire Mary Ann IfacKtnIt. : --
work on behalf of the projectby Besides providing for Cornell .
GROWTH OF SOUTH contributing fundi and helping transplants which restore light
administer two blood bank, in certain eases of eye dinuge, Mr and Mri. Enncmoter op-
DADE COUNTY one at Miami and one in the Lone bank provide eyes rate Gene'. Garden :enter la
Gainesville They also aoUcit for use la research on eye di- Pirrlnt and an active fa civic
= donation of eyes from the seas,. work In the community.









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Legal Notice 12 Femol Help Wanted U Work Wented-Mel 25 Horns Builders 40 Homes For Sole 40 Hornet For SoleHomeittod 40-A Homes Fee Solt 40-A Ho.svesF.rS.lePerrla.oCsatkr.S.M.H' l

OPERATOR for Soft Ire Cream A01 41 good helith, excril. & RepairmenM'MICHAIL Hometteod Are* Area I ferrlnCutUr.Jvt.H.POOt .

LKlAt NOTICE machine, PIP" CI 9878.. meet character In So Deslr Dide. employ A SON, painting 3BEDRM. houie and large 2-stoRM... T-batS; concrtUfenced
UNDER rilTITIOl. Extensive Work licensed Anaured CBS 2'i bath 2' I borne with screened la .
KOTICI guaranteed, re"bj: : wall built In ov.a.
lot
lindicipcd $11,500. Cm
REAL l' 36715
ESTATE partllme" personnel '
NAME LAW 3,500. patio Large living room and
,, .. k. .. .. licensed mgmt dml.D Available! immediately CI 71844. SW be financed CI Hoot I range A refrlg, carport,
K ii- !I. i bf .1. that Ih. ailei' woman' 1 or --- -- 182nd Ave. (Kirmlife). 2-bedrmi built-in "electric TV
.,?,,,,Im4 *...rl.. u *,..,. I., 2-dayi weekly to show model Write Box 210 c/o PAINTING and piperhanglngC CI.7. 6471. kitchen Thli borne .is de- drapes, antenna,. nicely
", ,,,,f" ...d., lh. '..11110.. ..... home CE 84074 eves. News Leader. Box 339, Home- Smith, CB 6-3542. I 3 SEDRM.,, 2 bath ga. lined for Fie' living it Hibeit. landicaped "."It. Kay towy,
Drr ClMKtrt Inc CE: #8803. 204M So.Dlxi. .
j jtlir m till III. COUNTRY 1 7369k.3SIDR.M. .
place "s-mlle VA mlg. CI : I
iUad.JFla rage
Low down and
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L, IPerri. D.d. r.yni ,. SHIRT ; kd--pxpr.; ; :: PAINTING, Lirenied. Iniured, Redland : and r.'mt'nt 11.,1.oppor1te Rich I I.rd.
... preiwr. Elementary:
,nt*. ,,,1. I. r.uI.I..t! Said| Pam. OKK ,i.ilpfrlmp1; monthly en per US
.. Store 1.
",,) the .Iork of tho ( ...." C.,." on uJr presses, Steady year book, pI'roJtyp/ neat and clean work, B. Junior High, In grove aectlonlUacrei ., m-bith.sW El rm.: mo. Csrnlne Real EatateBroker Dept. on I
'< Did ('..mlr,, K1orld.Ovum .. work. Country Club fener.1". Immediately. Adams, CI 7-3069. high plneland, 1,744 garage 248-U338.13435 297th St. Homeiteid 3ae.ZS12or BEDRM. home. 18150 Hoi.

....> ..l..m Ilr Cleaner, Perrine Shop Cntr. 23R A8M QU..LlTY painting i Interior Aenterior aq ftp. ld.lnfl.f: ::, designed CE 5.4001.TRANSPERRED. comb Ave Call at 124th SLat
to suite Br, 1 BEDROOM, 2 bath, TJLA I
tb..).. Vlll.ll.Ktk. SW lIst Ave. CE 8-0154.)
STENO. Call CI 7-488D for
M. I, II. 10 It SIlL ul Friday, attractive.! 18 InstructIon Offered Dress room at lOoT bith 819 NW 12th St. mutt sell!
Busy ofilce. Perrine Employ' cheapest estimate. Second Bedrm and bith Muit lee to appreciate, Ig 3BEPRM., Shall,
Jient, 482 Perrine Ave. CE. PIANO leuoni. Cutler: KidgeMn SCREENS for porches Screened South Lanai (12x40, 3-BEDRM., large r.... rm, 3bedrm 2 : kitchen tile or lease, 9540 UbI':
IXCAL NOTICE' JankowiH 1 23R- '2.1. ei.cloiurei I patios window parts beamed celling) Central air fenced yird. Living rm r..1Er.tet"r sunken l1 lf"r :, central 1 Dr.
NOTICE UNDU FICTITIOUS conditioning and gai furnice M3 mo. sill NE 13th heat A air-conilUoned. AI
NAtal... LAW WAITRESS experienced arm 19 Muilc-Donclng-Drom* & glars wnlng win 24500. adjoining lUAcreavailable. appt. call 247-0950 extra go with home. Condi 4-BEDRM. 3 bath extni. Irg.
U ,, .'. endoiurei
V.IM .h' .1. (| ibower .
t hnf
,,1..,.,.... dsrirfr.5 ... ,. aervire good noun, goodmoney I doors Jilouilei. Silei )15943 SW 240th _2474488.4'SEDRM. lion better new price fallout shelter. CE: 0-7939.
I ,," .. vtr (lit rietlU.Ji ..... Darby'a Reiliurint, GUITAR A PIANO lessons ad sliding St. betw Silver Pilm, It Coconut leu than e'l\'yu\ tak* terrific
ed. Call 238 for
service house
BEDRM..
bath borne
new u
F.4.a.l.iol, hall _3BB2I So Fed III v. Danced A All on large corner
I 'jetlnneri.
f rcrrrlrM 6102. Palm N & 8, Farmllf ANewton betting tn equity. Call
Howell Window Service
of
.. .t U' NW EllA appraised price $13 lot 2blki. from Holy
Hlr4 airoLP .
of plinoi iillableHclger I
0. t...> Mill. MI..I I, D... 13 Mat Help Wonted ttpei Piano Service, 34 Nlit \ 18320 So. Dixie II"',.. phone 3711674.Rd. E t W. Builnei 200. $500 down. 793 NW fitSt CB .t-2949 10521 or Caribbean drop by Blvi anHone. r Rotary School Near shopping -
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.Md.
Mr lni..d. Fla.
I t. Perrine
rtibiw and bus line
Call CI 7 0979 after 4pm Todaysbeat
".4 I MM* .Hk Ih. ....1& ., tit.I St., Homeitead. CI 7-344 (Near Cutler RIdge Shopping
.,.( C..r. of D.d e..t,. BORDEN'I DAIRY hn openIngi PIANO; ORGAN- Guii'.T'1i. SNOW WHITE root coating,. FOR SALE by owner, good for appoint Center School) buy. Carol I ne 8.15Estate
I""" for sale traInee to op. cleaning sealing. sue home Ig cor $100 DOWN, qualify credi Broker, Homeitead
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CLARKKCR(1..... ,.. crate retail home delivery 051 Shopping Houie' of Center Melody, Miami D.de.d preiiure gravel It tile roof a 7-48R9 lot 1.t'9"0. 601 NE 14th St. wlie become a Happy Home Wl HAVE a good selection ol 336.2812 or CE!: 8-4001.

HHKANO routes from Princeton MO 7fi4if or CI 7-1577. Licensed & tnlured. Owner! Hurry, phone CI 7 homes In all price rangei
lit r* I .
/to II ti |"M branch, cash bond required,' FOX SALE or trade lorI bi 2188, May.Rene Rodin: Aisoc: for Immediate occupancy 3.IIDItM.. 8-bath family room:
salary while In training, excellent 21 Special Service have you. $7000 equity In BiU Rellly, Realtor Low down payments andmonthly large patio, alr-cand, pump,
I Announcement' fringe, bencfita. Ap.I TILE SETTING, Jesse r. Lott 28,000 home, Ph, CI 72605 payments much I lena sprinkler, fence, newly dee
plicinti I mutt apply 4Jrb per I A LAWN yellow phone CI 7-4453 for free FOR SALE by owner 3.bedrm tt D'4. EllA financIng, 3. than rent Call or stop by the orated: owner being transferred. -
ion to 13101 SW M, problem be eFtlnitei home hardwood floors, fireplace bedrm. 2bith, III. room, office juit outilde the Hosplul Country Club irei
"P THI LAST four numbers of Princeton Fla grass May fungus, a root )1g. living rm., Ig. FlorIda utility rm, carport iprlnklerfenced. cite to HAFB. Carnlne Call for appoint., CE!: (2558
(our telephone number U I the --- lawn''l'cW.f both. For s nice I 38 BusIness Property rm and outilde patIo 2bithi Price $15100. By appoint : Real Estate Broker, Home after 8 p.m. wk. days, Sat
lime a i one of our lucky CARRIER Boys, Inmedliteonenlngi I a specialist CE 8JI285 2-cir garage, Fristdilre only CI 7-40V Head 336-2812 or CE 84001Wl I Sun.
Humbert till CI T2321 for for corner boy In FOR SALE mionible com elect range (practically
four free mole ticket to ill areai Cill Circulation '4 0 DIN 0 MACHINES merdil building In th* hurl ht\l'l.) If you are Interfiled In 40-A Homes For SalePerrine.Caotlor'S.M.H. HAVE several new tlit 4 BDRM., Ibith. pool MI
the Palms Theatre or Breci Dcpt CI 7.2321. Typewriters, new of Key Largo Write P. 0. a real home, ph. CI 7-2924 leg In all price ranges with SW 19fth EL CE: 10679.M3 .
built sold Box, 687, Homeiteid Fll. very low down payments
way Drive In Theatre itdl.tel after a p.m.
li
COUNTER help .
Authorlred Remlnjton : Some for Immediate occupancy MO. pays prln. lot. taies.
NOTICE I im no longer i. openings, no experience twice luppllei. S .I't'nttd"I. MOTEL on the Keys wlunchIt ; IN THE country near Fit. Ctly A LIST of the Uteit VA retilejuit See these first Cir- Completely furn clean 2
'At'I.lrdllIh the humble ed for iteicly year nl'l'd.// flee Machines. pool Bargain at (30,000: 3 1, extra Ig. rooms, lOUISlot received Include houses nine Real halite Broker bedrm, hH $9206. Walk to
'rUII :lo formerly known work. Many company Krome Ave. CI 7. :: w/WMHIO dn Ph. 812-5017. price 14700. Good for only 1100 down Call ui Homeitead 9312113 or CE!: ft- church,
ii Eno Crrvlce Ce n. and opportunltiei for pair ill make 39 Forms & Land For Sal terms Valencia Really, CI 7. for locitloni. South Dixie 4001, equity $3000. i.t.usMI;
1 I vancement Apply your near- CE 81611 at 184th
now operate the See OAT For Rent 33 ft. Oweni. 3993 Realty, St. to 88U Ave.
eat Royal Castle Store. ; .
All
Garage and Service SI WHISPERING Plnei tare 3bedrm No. 18220.
lion 26740 S. Fed. :: twin engine All day $35 BY OWNS R, luarre uruve LEISURE CITY 3.bedrm., ATTRACTIVE new 3-bedrm. ,
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Hwy Nrsnja 2-bitti with en
DISHWASHERw hit fOr for 6. Call CI 1.3038. $2250 acre. CI 7 5279.BT ,
beside l'b.lh house $tOO down on 2 bath home. Carport, carpet
Ray'i Aulo cloned & screened
time -- -- -- garage .Display *
full
Sales Due to this chinge In colored work, see BOOKKEEPING Sonic for the OWNEscre new $12,000 EllA loin. Will ed. Nice tea. area new ihopp'ng exclusive neighborhood -
Mr Cox Parby'a Restaurant orange shire doling coiti. Immediate eta 238. 451.IUILDER porch,
So Dade
location we Il'tlIII ire In 29920 So Fed. hay mill bunlnen grjve Ii house on RedlamRd Low down payment *>
i petition to lerve you, our County Your office my; Contact Mri. Gaul, 18850 occupancy. Call CI bit taken 2 modern FHA term Carnlne Real CHOOSE
friends and cuntomeri better FXPERHENCED1"Advertising home. Pick up book tervlceM .) 7.72 5. 30070 SW 147th Ct. Homestead
SW 232nd St (Sliver Palm homei In trade. 3 bedrrn", 1- Estate, Broker
thin ever before. We invite salesman to sell advertising R. Yetter CE 5.86 O. nr39B> NEW 3-bedrm, excel cond bath each EllA >al. $12,500 336.2812 or CE!: 8.4001. Choice acreage close In
)'OU to our new location to In Miami. Stoat have car. OMPLiltl'rltion.., tailor. S550 dn, $49monthly $$12.700.. $700 down $87
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receive the Sen'ice you and High commIssion' Apply it Inn Ex per., reiionsble CE AcreageA ,, :21uP sW'I'i4 ) mo. See 12330 12340(\ SW ', .ACU, Sbr., 2-bitn, I Ig. kit with or without building.
your cir 10 richly dt.en'e. The New LAnder, 15 NE lit 8- 283. n. Leisure City. CI 76560. 183th: St. Sign on property chen. Dining rm., cent beat Also deluxe homes la the
Open 7;00 l m. to 9 00 p.m. Road Homestead 3 14ACRBIrict wilt about It air, 16x32 pool, Ig. patio,
dilly We hive free pick U1) IDGINGt fLiFfm50c BOO.ft. of hardtop frontage: :O'ViNiRt;:. ., a bedrm., 2 CBS home, 3bedrm. It'.b.th. c. .i et throughout dnpei country. Call CI 7-2543.
sod delivery service r.lI :SANDWICH min. r. t.Appi there after 238-1849. near blah school and clcmon bath house in Leiiur City like new. price 111.000.11530 sprinkled yard, dlihwainer:
Pool it "See All* CI 7.9697 Shlver'i Hir-Bi. US 1. Smiles FULLER Brush Service.: Home tar, school; three well. Priced for quick sale, CI 71BB9. : SW 187th St., S. Miami llti many other extrii. You must ECHOEREALTOR
for your automnulle need. north of llomcttcid, stead Ke>.. hAil Leliure Steady to build on. Cish or CE 5.3972.GREEN aee thla to appreclite. Whispering
Pool Seil See All drape! a. attendants ('I'! areas Write P. 0. Box terms. By owner CI 7-8956.: Pines, 8601 SW 165th:
Service Station 26740 8. Ted SERVICE station &. 1335 Homeitead, Fla. : """ i MALL bedrm, CDS on llllli By owner 3bedrm St. 233-1023 after II p.m.
Hwy., Naranja, 1"11. mjchinlcs. full 1 time ImmedIste tO-ACRII ot high and dry fenced 3/4 acre lot. CI: 78279. ., 24-biih. family rm.,
oprnlnci, Perrine E.n HAND knitting: sweiteri, etc plneland, only $2200 per acre alr-c id, fenced 'ard $18- .
plovment 482 I'errine Av. Csll CI 7-8908 Including large framit hoine i SPACIOUS roomi, high cell 500. 17780 SW 112UJ PI. CE A ClaiHriDiiploy 21 Acre Effort
,I-A Personals ("II B2141: I INCOME TAX prepared by J. E. Elle, CI,221.. TheKcjei lug In ths lovely bedrm.., 2.bath 82109.
: qual. accountant rca,. CE 86067 Co. 220 N. Krome home in ; Kitchen 3 bedroom I bath 15UO
bit YOU diving in Alcohol 14 Mole & Female for appoint ment A\f,, Rfillorn, IfomentPid fully equipped an unbelleveible I NEW 3 bdrm., 2 bath awnings, HURRY screened pool, central keatInr

Problem? If so. cull Miami_ Help Wonted i 0214.) .buy. Beverly Collins fenced >ard. Nr. ihopplng HURRY! S sprinklersyitem
LUCKY Number 40 Home. For Sal 231 car ging,
FR 44139 or CI 7-2887. for CI ,,221. The Keyes cntr. $750 do. $79 mo.
help. EAL ESTATE lirenteei, net INCOME tax prepared Reliable Homestead Are Co., 220 N. Krome Ave,. 2437 also furniture for ..I.. HURRY! berutillalJlaadlClpo.e1.
or old- mtn. Earning poor reatonible.Ce 85937. Ri alters, Homeiteid .
oldtlmcn. Earning po. A CUSTOM buai3-betIrm., 2 I OWNER transferred must lierlflce Modern (urn. duplex on
PREPARE Government by Civil Home Service Study entrance for. velopment Sales, Inc, 633 N. LAWN Service real, prices, bath new home. Open for Inspection .li ro SETTLE Eitite: $5000: down his beautiful house In choice corner lot. Beautiful E. J. MARTEB CI 7-7221
call does it all CE 8-1849 I to 4 .m. SW 188th spacious CBS 3-bedrro., 3- Pines. 2 bed,
exams. Write: Natlonil Krome At'.. See Mr Blick one p w/ WhIsperIng Royal Palme and ehrubbery.. or CI 7-HOt after I p.m.
atone Ate & 9th !t. Abe Itosln As- bath. room 2.b.th. garage on nicely
Service Inc now. I.niB:4 nJI rm. school and
Training .
QUICK WASH Laundromat sac, Realtor CI 76<161.AiiAi"l rm, 3- lindicaped lot. S000 total dn Walk to town
Box 201, c/o The News Leicer. EAL ESTATE licensee, new am. to 11 pm. dally. acres of ground 8.mln driveto pmt. No qualtfjlng, iramed- church EllA financing available THE KEYES CO.
P.O. Box 339, Homestead or old tlmeri. Eirnlng ivotentiil grt\J Bib St Homeiteid. : ue7"Pi.rti;; 1bedrm Homestead 10.mln. drive late .Doiienlon See _this) Pries only $11,600 I
Florida2A unlimited with Development ., bith in jloraeatead. to Aerojet. ('I 781B8. 1 house too.,. South Dade 220 N. Krome, Rltr'i H'ated

LotiMemorials Sale, Inc. 635 SADDLES New and used Hardwood floors, wilts exits 2-IEDRM. IbiU CBS, awn- Realty, Inc, 10784 So. Dixie Dickinson Rtolry
Cemetery Krome : Suniet Corner Shoo ttHirneis large Florida room, partly !
Ace See lit N:1 Ideal for Hwy. CB 6 3131. REALTOR
fenced yard
lag, ,
Gallo $10500.
atone now.WANTED Repair, 7052: furs for Beverly
way Rd. Collins CI ".'7221. The KcyciCo retired couple or small family SO. MIAMI NTS. Manor 2.Mrm 61 NW 14th St. CI 7-55J4 $250 Down with FBA terms,

1 TO 4 cemetery lots Miami full or part time ., 220( N. Krome Ave, $10BOO. Auume $7500 ., El.. rm., $200 down. CE $46. Month, will buy a comfortable
Memorial Pirk Kendall circulation salvos, good SEWINC MACHINE repairs Realtor, llomettead mt,., $3300 dn. or new EllA 8-2415. 1 Bedroom tome
area all mikes
csmmi..tonpaid for new aubacrlptloni tree checkup. on down. NE 13th Ave. with nlc living room U
$350 885 ,
71868MIAMI free
ATTENTION Tenon-
Call for Interviewappoint 3 .yra. experience. 1-jr. Military KATHLEENNEWTON
Memorial Putt 6 burial ., CI 7-2321 CE 8.1 tervlr on all repalri. C. J. net: We hive tha mailer lilt CI 75156.2BEDRM CloitlfUd Display : eludes ringe and refrlg. ea.
8135. Dallier, CI 71629. and keya for VA & EllA resiles. a quiet street In Leliare CI.I
Spaces (150 ea. cash or term homestead 1-bath, stove, refr'T 1 and like .
l Exemption ty. Near park $7,
(
271-5179. 1 5 Wo.k Wonrtd-Femal. i TRACTOR moiijSickle bar taxes paid for 1904. $100, cirrrort Lcliur City.Anprox. FURNISHED HOUSE I I COO
or whirlwind. CI 7-5803. down payments and monthly I $71106 $800 dn, I
4 Coin Collector BABY tome MI $61 CI 7- 381. 1 bedroom in Leiiur City, Realtor
ntlinj, my t> payments low as $70. W* are mo. I I3IEDRM. '
TREES trlmmed-toppea, r* $8.00. Better I' 2 Bedroom with patio, twt
CE 8 816.ABYSITTINO. located outride the Hoinllal full price only
A COMPLITI lemca for coin moved. Ren. reliable, exper just to I ., 2blth house, only I act fist I Rt 1 Box, 10),Homestead logo, rang and reinI" ,. on
collector investment lots, 1 In my home, Dynamiting CI; T-4QM. Base gets Carnlne Real rtet.1: 1400 dowo no closing costs,J./ !Richard Rd. at KIngs Hwy. ,. corner lot. Across from
singles, rolli, proof led, gold full or port time, 23c hr, CI Broker, Homeitead 33(2812 E. Elle, CI 77221. The KeyeiCo JIM LYTLE CI 7-7221 l In Leisure City. Will
A supplies Homeiteid Coin 73528, Leisure City. 22[ Iniuranc CE 8-4001. ., 220 N. Krom Ave., or CE S-5911 CI 7.3966 nark
or
landicaped. $300 Down $81
Exchange 1336 N, KromeTel. Realtor, llometteid. ,
245-6612. Oren" 10 to 6 AIYSITTINO experiencedwith NEED Iesor.nc.Csiilhi: A NICE 3bedrm., lb.tlaI'lIh THE KEYES CO. Month $9,000.
except Sund. retarded children. CI 8- Rhonev FR OS07.. only I $500 down on new EllA 10-aciti of land with the

J 0950.: I 23 Horn Builders loan 12000. Many extrai Classified Display 220 N. Jerome Realtors Ave, H'ltesd tall timber. and with your Clean, attractive 2 bedroom

12 Female! Help Wonted DAYS or ,'cckaIIork., cxpcr., & Repairmen Development Salei, CI 7-72141 [ Western style Cypress home home near all conveniences
own tramp. CI 7 7731 blending Itself into the land In Dixie Estates, with Carport
3bedrm.
I r -
b..IiUF11CI TABER It doei need A few
.BABYSITTINO It light house HOUSEWORK, day or full AlA CONSIRUCIIOIO or addltlons 12. room,I' acape. Porch, Florida Koom
horses to soaks perfect
hive call Willy Kelrtted carport patio, aprinkler SPECIALS a and Awnings In exception
we 'k, 8-dyi, muit owntnnsp. time CI 7-C787 1:1: ,i
Proft..lon.llteallatlte but can't buy
CE 3783 after 6 p.m. CI 7-3808. tern EllA $14,000$450 picture you ally fine condition. FHAterms.
IRONIN9 done In ny borne.SMH ADDITIONS, remodeling and CI 7-7170. I BrokerLotiHomeiAcreage 2 bedroom horn $10,800.00 everything for 23000. 12000.
COUNTER cleaning
girls, dry .
2352912 conduction of an I tjpet With only $35000 down
new
ED conceiklon 65731., Homestead AFB IRONING. by licensed and Iniured con. Classified Diaplayj {00 palm Drlve-riorldi City payment Well kept with Von could not find a cuter, 8 Bedrooms, I Baths, large
1-day servIce Will I Ibednn.
I cleaner more compact 2-
tractor. CE 3883. ,
fenced ard. aereened porch garage,
fc deliver. >
CE 8-4503
pickup
DrMONSTRATORS, |33 to $50 ., 1-bith home than Seavlew awnings, wall-ta.

for 12.hr,. each week No IRONING, my home, real. P.U. CABINET cabinets WIII II If'I I your DUPLEX S Bedroom 2 bath on Half Uili Haa a Florida room wall carpeting built-in oven
deliveries no collecting, no & del. CI 7-3009. BUILT Mamie P. Smith and white
CVSTOM Trio- carport a lovely
Inveitment Need cir top home, fire iniurnice work acre, with 15'x30 Pool and rang Beautifully deeorated >
eommlitlon. Call Branch LOVING care, one child in Call collect 8852812, free CLOSE.INTEDDIE Reg Real Estate Broker ed to IIU.I picket: fine all around. and well landscaped,

mgr. CE 5-7173. my home. Call after 6 p.m.cE eitlmitci. SCHERER Back yard all planted with near schools, churches: *bep.
8rMATURE CARPENTRY work of ill kind. REALTOR "TE. RlFIC BUY" I W. hive FHA and VA re- new fruit trees Everything ping and HArD $16,000.
lAiN $30 to $::10 wk. part time ., 4 I. spotless, itove A new re-
lirenied It Iniured. 1'cto CI 74121 CE $ mCALL passed homes for late for
work no delivering, no collecting homestead
no investment Need resident, woman deilrei office work Huyer, Jr, CE 8.1958. I 2 bedroom. Hardwood Duplexei.floorsTile Largerooms. 100.00 down rail us to see trig Very near shopping a Bedroom 2 Bath home

car It phone. 2-openlngi for in homestead Cutler Ridge RANK DkLK PAINTING 11- Bath Near School them. center. $12,000-12500 down with swlmmlnf Pool and Ca-
unit managers, 13-faihlon or Perrine area. Experienced. relied It insured Workminahlp >ana> Flreplae and many
show director Sarah Coventry References. Preiently work. _guarinteed. CI 7-2237 $11,600.00 Each Farm land Priced: from 44.icres beautiful virgin"1 other deluxe features cm 1
Jewelry, white only, CE log ii circulation manicer of 131 0.00 acre, ilneland, In section of Es4ta Acre Excellent tulghbor-
3133 or 2350358.IXPEIIENCED migizlne bued In Northwest, Pool home on full acre of per .. Homes, fine for farm I hood $28,000.6I ,
, Miami Call CI 7-8189 diyUme $100 DOWN Air Conditioned-
ground -
waltreii 5a ( i .a.1FUCHS Good highway frontage front ng or development( $1500
over 21. Apply Bamboo Villa or CI 7-5923 after 6:30 3 bedroom, 2 bath built In fireplace Car Porte Fully $100.00 front foot. In acre, 20\ down

843 N. Flagler. CI 7-8610. ART TIME office work A kitchen: 1211 square feet equipped kitchen: $19,- per 1J11II

HOME delivery egg route tutoring in all tubjecti. Referencei. .II In house plus carport total 700.00. Shown by appointment B u a.11I a 5 opportunities, 24-acrei plnelind, 330ft.aq. .

time.I Must have car id"fa CE 82510.WILL I $14IiOO. Reg. Real Estate Broker Restaurant Package goods $0000 canto or 10500 on -

7-0883. I BABY lit day or eve., TO SELL ACREAGE RENTALS Store Cloth Bhoppi. Many ..irmi.Cornir.
CE 5-20 6. 3 bedroom, 2 bath split level FEW others not lilted. Call vi for I $7230( So. Federal Highway,
KITCHEN hl'lpI"lIted., altoftaltreis. Acreage Lots Builnes
Hilton Restaurant -I on approximately Ii acre HIGHWAY Information on thei andon 5-acris, good aland
Apply I''WORK In pvt. home live In will OpportunIties Groves Naranja'CI
only $13,900. kind of real Eitate. Dado .
Princeton. CI 8-0102 are for child or two, small FRONTAGE & Homes Keys Tropirtles any of CoUlltI'IaU. pared
alary. deiired. CI 7" 86. roads, $3500 per acre 7-6825 CB 1-2444
LIVING quarters In exchange 2 bedroom siLt, level on OTHER PROPERTY ANNIE. B, SMITH
for work ai lItBfE operator, corner lot In Homeiteid See Us Today I
Realtor
mid night 54233. MOVE IN TODAY
205 N. Krom Av
13000. .. 140 N.W, 1st Avenue CI 7-S565 or CE #2324
'100 down
completely redecorated
MOTEL p.,. Gilbert'i maid good Motel hr.a'Jew good- homes., Monthly payments Furn. 1 bdrm. apt In Home- (U. S. 1)) CI 7-3631 CE: J-0148 2(1 South Krome Ace I JET AGE HOME

Fish Creek, Key Largo. 852: as low ai Including stead $75.00.PEGGY Florida City .. I
5767. everything. Qualified buyer. I I -, -, : r

can enjoy Homeitead exemp CARNEY CI 7-7221 CI 76012VALUES IT COSTS YOU NOTHING!
,
lion. Stop by and pick up our c
FOR SALE to date Hit of available THE KEYES CO. ', *'
up To be well Informed about Real Eitat value whetheryou ill: f
Furnished horn COM! to bomei of all aloes Abwlutely Realtor PLUS are thinking of buying a horn or making investment ,

town only 19,500 low down no second mo-tgigei, 220 N. Krome Ave. H'ltead Duplex, small down paymentto Simply call one of our courteous salesmen who will be glad

payment BILL REILLY, Realtor a qualified buyer $12,800 to show you his belt buy '

2 bedroom home In school
20345 Klngman Rd. GOOD BUYSWe Furn Leisure City hams PRICE BEDUCED-3 bedim, :2 bath, central best built-
furnlihed.
distrIct 110,500 Leisure City nice yard, screened In front in range pool & patIo on a nice corner lot. No city taxes ..h
have homes that ,
two porch patio. Ready to move Now only $19,900.10* Down.
Call Mrs. Berger
; owners mutt MIL Price has
right In. Call us for appointment
ABE ROSINASSOCIATES HOME BARGAINS been reduced to well below Attractive 2-bcdrm furn. home on corner lot, has screened
value. FIRST Ii old
$100. DOWN Syr porch and small carport AU for $9000 with $2500 down and
country home, bedrm.., 2- 4 Bedroom 2 Bath, large $72 per month. _
635 N. Krome 3 bedroom. 2 bath with builtin bath, with screened pool Florida room enclosed garage -

247.6XM1 school rang In and excellent oven.neighbor Close to built.In electric range, dlthwuher extra large lot. Excel 3. drm., 2-bitb borne in NE section. Florida room carport, 17290 SW 300th St. (NE 19th St. Homeifeed)

hood. $8200 month. Reduced, fireplace from $22,000 garage.to lent location Priced right sidewalks. $14,000 only $450 down payment FHA.

18000. SECOND la 3bed. OPEN for Intpeclten I to I Sunday Feb. tlth Other *)i/|
INCOMEJTAX $400. 25 acres of beautiful' land i 2-bedroom Sky Vista. home with carport, 12-ft utility room,
DOWN rm. 2 bath, built-in electricrange near exclusive development fenced back yard Yours for TEA appralial. of 10800. $150 I shown by appointment only, Why not call today This Jet eft
2 bedroom 2 bath with builtIn Florida room, tile Priced to sell. '
$4 GE rang, and oven. Extra roof garage, no city tax down payment plus doling colts home his 3733 So,. ft. ef living space diiljned for FlorW*

UP large utility room and I 13600.Reduced from $15,2000 to Fourteen I' -Icr. liomeilUs Spotless 2-bednn. lU-bstb horns Huge Florida room, oak: lIvIng. It his evirythlng built-in Including the OWNERS N
fenced In back Com
Excellent
yard term
$2095. ,
floors carport garden plot all on 104-ft lot la NW section.
For Confidential, Expert pletely renovated Inald and : BUILDERS HEARTS The owner hit priced this home to lOlL
Preparation of Your Tax out., $67. month Hare oth. A. F.Golbraith See us on your neat Eitate 117,000 furnlibed.acres ., I I
Return In the Privacy of ers. Call now Problem Competent qualified 'rice $31,500 with excellent termt When you so* this beautiful'
Your Home Plea, call { of pines close-in on paved road Reduced to $11,000, I
Personnel! 29% down, horn you will' egret that It I I. priced below ....(market.
235-3295 I. A. HOFFMAN CI 7.7221

For An Appointment after 6 p.m. CI 7-7369 Reg. Real Latch* Broker VELMA REALTOR S. GRAY REDLAND REALTY COMPANY 1 value.

P.ulltoe THE KEYES CO. 317 N. Krom Av*.
257 N. Krom Av Fay BOID.r.ltealtorCIRCLE
*. ALLEN
I REALTY, $$ NW Ithlt-24UtOO
!Roe 220
lookkt.plnlllltrvlc. K. Krome
Rltr's H'sted CI CI 7-0867 iliaml COm
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Thursday, February IS, 1U4
lrtHtt Th. NEWS LIADtR tnd CUTtER RIDCI-PIItlllNI POST _
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For Sole I 86 Automobiles "
For
Automobile
I 47 Aportmtnti For Kent 54 lutlneii Opportunities 61 Article For Sola 63 Boot & Accessorial 16 _Sale

l:::::: :: SOUTH DADE"SAUTO I .m..tetel Art. | sl Ul...p.r 16-11. Uiminl '62 Rambler Classic 19S FORD Ttanchrro
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"PROFITABLE$ wholesale Import STATION I wagon top carrier. elect PRIVATE coon
lop w/43 liP Mercury factory rondo Cl 8-0365.
I ROW 1-BEDRM. turn apt, $69 moon business established 15-, $10 CE 8-6422. starter fully equipped! SemInole custom 4 dr., auto.,
lease 1004 NE!: 5th Avt, >eart. $12.000 Includes Invenlory USED deep-freesvrs chests-t Iriller. All like new air, like new finish. $200 IM. VWMIcro'buii'wWtirt; ,

and $ Hlnti of AM S. n 7-4184 equipment, sourco upright, guaranterf. 26633 i : h i been sheltered continuously equity, take over pmt $4910 3 seat, run perfect Priui
Buy ". xof aupply and account Owner hrs use,
_ only 150 mo. CESS913.tS4 : CE 5-6513
US 1 Naranja.
= --- the Automotive World In 47-A Ap .. For Rent will Instruct Howard Perkins _. .! priced to IlL Cl 7.8899 after

E-- c' South 0..... PtrrlnaCutlcrS.M.H.NIWONB Real Estate Cl 7-1343. WASHERS dryers, rebuilt. I 4 nm. FORD wagon, hlft, runs 'WO Con'air $33 mo nothln;&
USTAUUNTqulppoct- or a truckload w/ljr. warranty food, body bad $7S. CI downCE8390lorCE 6-613
By FLOYD GARRETT bdrm. apt, w.slove. 86683 t3s t, S'aranjaWASHER ,: 67-B Machinery & Tools 0431 after I p.m. 8-1'
lease $ 50 __
per mo Ph. Key 191 FALCON ledin
"rrl,., ..e. screened porch ,
Urgo 8fl 07.RESTAURANT auto. Westlnghouse : 793. Call CI 5drU\'fl'J
I $U 14250 SW NIb AvtCE w/Shfrm.n' m OLDS M..P"i' 1 -
I almost feel Ukt' I'm playing Ruailin roulette with mo. FORD SN tractor .
perfect, $J8. CE I 59... heater, good *
operator wanted.
wheels,
$0004 trsnsmisslon, dust EtI I 1941 Volkswagen
my steering wheel tvery time I enter at Intersection 97th Ate. 58884. Micro BUL,
fully
of U. S. 1, I noticed with great Interest that over 82 connected equipped with kitten n7953\ Frlgldslrt refrlgerttor power tske-off hydraulic Implement excell. cond- radio heater
41 Homes For Rent control, hydraulic 1954 FORD 8 ev. good trim Sacrifice CI -4139S.. 143 '
Clean, good coed $35 Slit
million vehicles nets registered last year In tha U 8. Homestead Area lounge, no money needed, CE 7943.. Front end loader with bucket. $100 CE 8-1192: eves. St. *
and sometimes wonder if they ill don't find their wsyway you stock. 26831 8. Dixie grader bUdo Ford 5 It -

to our part of South Dads on I FURN. bedrm, Ibith nice lisp 21" TAIL model Olympic V&I mower $1200 aiL ('anfinance ItSI 1 FORD W TBlrd 112 engine IMS FORD G.lnleSOOt XL
location, $100 mo, Kathleen good cond. $33; here AC with 1/3 down. 18355 H/H speed floor one owner. CI 7-7147
U. S. 1.Just Newton, Realtor CI 73966.FURN. 61 Articles For Sol.NOTtIU radios $7 to (9, three Iran SW 248th SU CI 7-6924. shift Al throughout new
this put week numerous accidents l'.or radios $6, $7, $8; New paint After 830: ( or weekend lUJ FORD Gaisx1ijiiij".dr:
again has occured on this tURN. E'bedrm. Ijtl.. 165 mo.2.bt'drm. special, tor one TV antenna 20' mast w/lcad USED FARM equip: T6 li trail *, CI 7-6072. fac. air loaded under war.
I 1 Cl 7-6684, seek: 4 racks ot soswteditems In $10. CE 82226.S3 tr, disk bus, single bottom rani,. Reas. tl NW 1311 St
busy stretch' of the highway. Additional plow ,lrr. truck sarioussmall 1935011010, good rondo Call
blouse
Including ;;;eFr[
tourUU and more and more counl1. me. shirt, sweater, childrenwear .INCH. Coral sofa bed, chair tools, 2'For& tractors, Cl 7'728l.LUCKY 193 take uo
CI
famlllei adding the second or third screened porch laundry etc, hOc each, no dealers foot stool $70.( -lmnrt.2- tide mo'prl planter cultivator payment 70767.
rm. CI 7-1893.I Parish Thrift Rattan tablei It post hole digger<< harrow Number 3022.Si : "
car to the household plus occasional 8. Krome Ave.IARGAIN Shop 278 Harding Lane, Lelsurt City 19240 SW 304 St or ph. 86-A Alrplonei For SaIl
oil-soaked wet atreett or lucha thing GUilT COTTAOI on Crest I (ht section) Mliml 2714224. ItS Plymouth Station' **agon,
M GarrettNewi '
Ukt the stop light blowing, out at U. 8. r. haven' Estate, darling hideaway IARN. new u.*d good cond, new tires, reas,1 1f4f CESSNA 170A VHF
and Modello add to the danger nettled In tall pines, furniture ft QuiRooit 11 200."FT. chain link steel fence 69 Poultry & Supplies 61 NW 13th SttS7 .
I Blicsyne, I ft l"f.llcii 4 ft. high w/8-corner and 16- V.O.A2 omnlplexer low frj.quencv. .
U.
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What a light that was the other night. That green well furn. For 1 or S adult single posta It gates.. Like $ CAD. 4 dr. HT clean primary panel 1885
light lit up to extra brightness then 'ent out, lightedthe liking animals. CI T4959. ILOND dinning rm. table, new for halt price Inq. at CHICKCtl compost by the bagor would like fiberglass runabout T.T, 3H8 SM01I Nice i piD| |,
306 NW Bib Avt, Home- truck. W* load at farm boat complete. Lot 19, Call\ Bob Carr CI 74920.
China cabinet 4 chain, good
akin again, then boom; out) SMALL house, furn. SflO mo. Head wholesale, prices. Ejgs '(Iedelzl'n. rr Nan Trailer Park
rond. 2 foam
$73, rubber
Then the confusion began. I yearly, couple Only CI 7-0771. tipper coy couches with .. CI 77429. Gouldssr 87 Trailers For SoIl
A puuled motorist pulled out slowly at though disbelieving hOMe make 243 Winchester 243 Colt with
UNPURN,3-bcdrm. 3b.llI. Into beds 1. '
what his ejei had seen, looked four "" 'S"thl'n den, living rm, ,fireplace, matching chair $50.:\( CE 55763. scope Winchester; 31-cal 22 rifle Winchester; 4082 78-A Topsoil Pontiac, good Rod shape, must) HI-LOW trailer, latt> 'bimwiti
; ; tell $300:
new, sleeps 3, kitchenette,
edged further While be wan trying to make up irx40 Fla. rm on quiet : 22 with 8 MrGonlele'j
Magnum scope; GRADE A punerlred top toll, room 3, Prince $1200 cash a 84291( ,
street I boils drive
his mind a trucker decided to crow the Intersection a. I paved, ; : to BRADLEY Refrigeration pistols Call bel.'t'el00:30: Slllr Sand far Iswn dressing Flsgler Ave. after 8:3Q._ ,
Homestead
10 mm drive to
i 6 30 a 8-0101.( MOBILE HOMES less than
dark. The first motorist : p.m i D. Mlrone. 233 4814 Sot
head ot him. The highway was Aerojet. $175 mo. CI 75168UNFURN. Air Conditioning, 9832 SW 1957 Plymouth convert, f1h.1po..t'r .
looked shocked n the trucker pulled out ahead of him. 175th: St. Sales ft Service steering, brakes Swindows a month, $350 down flume.stead
7"3 hedrnihoo-\J;. ; 82 Cats Pets
Dogs
\ ReBuilt guararteed 61-B Articles Wanted exccll. CI Trailer Sales, 29001 l
who had the right ? re- top $393.
Just away
I country, $83 per mo. CI 7 trig. freezers, washers, air 7-8831, Federal Hwy.
I'm mort convinced than ever ot a uniform speed I 4481 BiACLR puppy AKCahota.Must I
coidllloneis, $23 Can fl
up. GUNS needed 128
by
sell CE 8-4548
Ralph's. moving
U. 1 In South Dade, as recommended sedan $550.: NEW A USED Mobile homes
limit for aU on S. nance. Licensed ft Insured Its7 Volkswagen ,
BCDRM.
turn house 1brdrm N. Krome Ave. kind
$85 Any
; my
I
Low bank financing, lowmonthly
editorially\ by thli paper.Tha furn apt, *65 water CE 5.7213.DINETTE age Cash walling. FREE kittens. Call CI 7' Call CE 7131.: rates. Underwood

I S S S paid. CI 7083 or Cl 7-!505O. set 4-rhalrs, reason WANTED to buy Used re- 5432. 195. FIAT, $223 Call after 8 Mobile Homes, 303 E. Mo rj

automotive Industry will build 187,995 cars 2. Fla room, stoveS able. C5ILCI. 7-8187. frlgrrstor, freezers air-con GERMAN Shrp, pups 8 wks, P.M., CE 8-8380.( St., Homestead. 247-1309

thli week, compared with 181,543 last week and 1S4.14J! cltM1 urn., $83 mo first -EARLY American--\ end tablea ft ditioners. CE 8-7213.. top 1573: breed. AKC shots 233-: 1951 Cadillac ere de Vllle. ex- 10x1 1963 Flair, take over

I In the Mmt week a year ago. It last mon. In advance coffee table in excellent conS' WANTED old cold jewelry cell cond Can be teen at pmt. $63 mo. Cl 7-8918
Foreign auto firms, Including the U. 8. Big Three, Fenced yard ia.30S NW 8lhAve. dltion. All 3 for "5. Call ED class, china, doll, etc ci:i TERRIER I TYPE pure bred Naranja Tire Co. 2611 So

are expected to make large Investment In Mexico In a 8 678(). 7-BM9. leg puppies. CI 7-8959. Fed Hw?., Naranja. U-FT. Travel. Cl Trailer 76381. Cleinreaionable. Cl -7-

MEDRM. Ibalh country fRI IDAIIti auto airporce- yellow grass, It may be due l.n Eng Ford, best offer CI 5346.
\ the near future homo with: lovely; jard, No lain washing machine, $M; 63 Boots t Accessorial
I Ford General Motori and Chrysler are expected to Krome Ave among the Homart gas water heater 30. 85 Automobile DtalertBLAKi 7-6110._ _ list SHASTA trailer, it.ItSelTcontalned.
plunk down at least $1110 million for new plants end palms. Adult prefered. gal $23.: CI 76665.FJTlGIDAIRI BARGAIN 73 liP elect start 1959 CONSUL (English Ford) E-Z lift tr
$373 cash and this ad lot
of machinery. Total new Investment expectedfor Sears lease only. For further 1960( Johnson outboard BIRD, Inc 62U S hitch CI 7-8935 2474231WJ !
imports motor or
detail csll Cl 7.!5063.itEDRM. elect. range, Krome Ave. Cl 41131. We come Hicks Motors 17832 So.
the Mexican Industry may top the $240 million I wide oven, rotlssarle; J-llome- top value $457. 18355: SW guaranteed\ used car. Dixie II.',., Porcine CE B- Great Lake baSS, J-btd.
mark furn house, $75; 2. art window, tan, $40( takes 248th St. CI 76924. 6903. bath ft ',4. w-alumlmin

One prays the lime thing won't happen to these rm.bedrm.unfurn.: unfurn, $100, $90, Dickinson 3 bed _.all_CE 88504: after fl pm ILASSPAR run about 43 lIPmotor BUY Auto_Sales Sell -29120 Tra
Investment that happened to American Investment Realty, 51 NW 14th St Cl GASOLINE generator $33; 12: anchor, skis, preser Hwy. next to Piper's Lounge,, wagon. New $300 air conditioner 1 n '.1I4 7.
la Cuba. gauge Rem. auto shot gun vera To see call CI 7-9407. So. of Blscayne. Cl 78423._ all\ power, radio 88 Trucks For Sole
$50; Port TV $43; New 8 heater and ww. Recently
Beginning Monday Hcbert Oldsmobfle'i service de. IIDRM. house with some mm movie camera $20( ; An. CHOICE selection of small CASH waiting for >our. car at spent over $300 on engine

partment will stay open evenings, Monday through furniture Shown by ippolnt. tique solid bras.bird cage $33 clean 1't HP used to 12 outboard HP. Priced motors, 0"Fed Hwy.L Motors, Princeton Corp; U.CI S.7- overhaul, front end, shocksbrakes USEP Trucks ft muei. rtat'oi .

Thursday to iccomodatt working people who can only only. Cl 7-1886 after a p.m. CE 5-5680. sell K'yswsy Marine US 1 01 0923. Delco battery and Auto It Bus Ssiet
have their serviced or weekends generator. A complete reconditioned Goulds, Cl 7,8454W4 : .
can repaired or In the evening. GAS room space heater, 40,000 Fla. City.FLAMINGO CITY OF CARS, "Always fine automobile $993. CE .

Various automotive personnel! throughout South 4/1 Unfurn. clean country, yd. BTU'I $20. CI 8X1807.GRANDPA'S 17 ft. host w/ r1c'8d: {or J.nI used 6-1<<::1. DODGE ".trn pickup,

Dade have been moved by the late cigarette publicity rare Adults, 947KMV: Trading Post ft hard top, 33 HP elect motor cars. run like new, nothing down,
CE S-8515.: Full $293 Private.
Some have hive Pawn Shop, 26750 S. Federal trailer Marine US EVERYONE READS $29 mo. price
quit, tome twitched to another form 48-A flomti For Rent Keysway 11831 SW 188th Ter,
of tobacco and the rest are "just waiting." PtrrlneCutltrS.M.H.HORSELOVERSI llwy., Narania.. We pawn, 1, Fla. City DAD Auto S We
bUg
I .
buy, sell or trade Cash for clean used : ::: 30073!I CLASSIFIED PACES! EVERYONE READS
But, the affect are varying. Take Bob Soudrrs, at old ft Guaranteed ThunderbirdChief
gold silver T-BIRO 15ft. Federal Hwy, CI 7-1372. or CLASSIDED PACES!
Dick Conley Chevrolet, Homestead, for Instance, When 2bedrm. un expert watch ft Jewelry fiberglass boat 33: liP CE 8-3343.:
I the used other furn. except for dee. kitchen, repairs. Fine hand engraving $200. $40 Classified Display *
was on Conley car lot the day, I saw I on acreage $75. Cl 14100. CI 74722.HANDCARVED. ;nr.ud:23I1: mo. Keysway DICK Conley Chevrolet Inc., Classified Display
a Bob Roudert; walk toward me with in additional Marine, US t, Fla. City new & used car, 261 Park-
30 pounds he had collected, due to more eating and no i ROOMS and patio, completenew I chair over 200 way. CI 7-2121 or CE 81832:
furnishings filtered 'e.n old Best offer over CHALLENGER! 15 ft. Fiber Homestead Transfer and Storage
smoking the past three months. Never mind the sly remarks -
Warnock Ford
CE FRED new
$40.( 53792.IIANOCARVED
water, It sprinkler, airconditioned. class runabout w/electrle 33
made to )ou Ibout It, Bob, ill the smokers are pump In PalmettoCountry fc Evlnrude, battery, tank uitd: can, 1300 N. Fed "' "I Homestead, 700 NW 10th AvtCoral Gables, 30$ Psltrme Avt

Just "Jealous." lubLlnd.e.pln Estates area. made in Tokyo coffee Belt offer title, top, remote control It trail Homtsleid Cl 7-8112 or EI Cl 7-5012 HI 6.2350

,, corner home CE 53792. er. $560. $60 down, $3410 80673. C INTRA-STATE MOVING
cheerful.! Available Feb. 14, for 18 mo. Keysway Marine, Rambler Co. U.S.'
GUY Caskey Direct Service by Our Own Vans to All Points In the
Tsll CK: H-HflJ or CB $-3777. NEARING Aid batteriesFischer US 1. Fla City.
40-A Hornet For SolePerrtneCutlcrS.M.H. 41 Lots F.r Sole 1 at Avocado Dr, Homestead State of Florida.

i' : 48-E Stores For Rent Kromt Ave ft Sons Homeitesd., 141 N. 14-FT. M.P.G., 23 lIP Johnson CI 7-1311 or 2312972.FIRRINI 5 LOCAL MOVING

B1) HOUSE lot: duplex lot; li I It rJ::.8w sell aep- Sales. Buy-Sell Company Trained Driven Allure A Skilled, lift and
$100 DOWN, VA list out with town. CI 7-3806. IS.FT. STORE, N. Kreme Ave., LIKE NEW walnut dining rm irately p m. or wends trade, tnt financing CE B- Speedy Move
Coral Roc M. 11 ft,
,
of 2 and 4bedrm.homes. set, 4 chairs, buffet beautiful
variety 3 3237. I
DUPLEX and multiple apt lots,, $133 mo. AIIIO office spice 14$ 65 LONG DISTANCE MOVING
You need not be breakfront, $200. 271-4613
a with desk S50 mo. Ilowsrd Agents For
NW 14th North
173 St. VOLKSWAGEN Porsche American Van Linen The/ World'i
veteran to apply. Call ui for Perkins, Real Ettate CI 7- LiVING: '16-PT. wood boat, 73 lIP Merc 1 No. I Long Dlstanct MovtrtSTORAGE
Service
Information It key Kay FINEST residential lot in Cutler 1745I room furniture 2- $423 without trailer, $471with Authorized SaU: .
Lowy.Inc. CE 88803. 20456So. Ridge, corner lot 85x100: wool rugs, excel cond, rtas trailer. ones SW Part. Ued can. Over Keys I
: Dixie Hwy, opposite I IRlrhard' Walk to elementary school I I 49 Sleeping RoomsHomeitcod _Cl 7-7454 or CI 7-1970. 212th St., Cutler Ridge after Motors, Perrln 238-0893. 2 Modern Warehouses For Safe, Clean Storage of

Dent Store on and junior high school Beverly Area MAHOGANY bdrm. suite, dbl 430 pm. WI PAY top dollar ror your Household Goods

US 1. Collins, CI 7-7221. The. bed, dreiscr, mirror, nile $ FT. MOHAWK W/G.tor'' car, cash or trade. Horns- CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE
$190 DOWN, bedrm.., 1-bath Keyei Co., 220 N. Krome -
LARS bedrm twin beds, dbl. stands. Excell. coot $123
Ave., lteshtorshfomeatead. 33: liP Evlnrude elect stead Motors, 800 N. Federal
$55 83 month; 3bedrm. 1- closet entr. pvt.home oriR $598 CE 83073 traUert top, completely equip- .
: 1&I; Hwy. CI 70854WESTOVIR
bath, $6093. month. Call E. LOTS for NUMEROUS household furnlshlngs. 1.1 CI 77334.' .
J. Starter CI 7-7221, after 6 Terms. Moody"DU"Or3ra& any real offer not Pontlac, GMC l>
P. M (1 '1- I06. The Kevea CK': S14DO It Onl In. pvt wei8rht.Slth the piece Inq 0-FT.. Cabin Cruiser, fiber Tempest, 201 Civic Ct CI 7- BEFORE YOU BUY!
Co., 220( N. Krome Ave, Real & 170 Busy fd8e.J 213 N. tlagler glassed top It 'bottom; 43 liP S821 or CE 8-0059
ton, Homestead. 45 Real Estate Wonted ROOM in private homo clone to Ave. CI 79803.: $750. Cl 7-2MJ.
downtown Homestead. CI 7- 86 AulomoblUi For Sale ,
$1M DOWN. $'IS mo. 4.bedrm, RENTALS needed. Dependable, 7533.SLEEPING. FARTS for ill electric shavers, 26fT. CABIN Cruiser, Needs
2 bath, only one' mtg; $100 properties management Ferguson Jewelers 328Washington paint, $730.! CI 8001.. GIVE US A TRY. .
down 3 ., 2-bath, Well. Home Rentals 69 NW room, pvt CADILLAC, 1932,. look and
ne'l e'l homestead
built-in oven it range.! George Sib St 248.0233 $8 wk. Call CI 7-8758 :.: Ave., -4-FT.. Steel Craft boat, cheap: runs very good, $2'75. CI 7-
Anielmo, Broker, 24.hri. CE Will trade for 1$ or 20ftused 3001. 426 NW 7th St., Home 'WEEK'S SPECIAL'
5.1858. WANTED take over pmts. TWIN bedroom, gentlemen pre- Pepsi: Cola vendorlator model bousetrallcr. CI 7-8420( stead. Alto Ford Station-
I of brdrm) home. CI 7 2578: ferret! Tall ri 7-4.151: : $123.
cond ,
PK 117 good $300. wagon
$100 DOWN, 3bedrm, 2-bath ''US MANUEL Evlnrude. outbd
with largo Family room.I 46 For Salt or Rent 49.A Sleeping Rooms CE 51463.RAINMAKER.. motor w/remote control, new MUST sell 84' Oldi, make offer i '62 FORD GALAXIE 500. 4 door Hardtop,
near Elementary It Jr. High' PtrrntCutlerS.M.H.UNFURN.! overhead aprinkler elect overhaul $1M. CallED 248-0680 eves. Power Steering
School Convenient to- shopping 4-BlDRM., 2-bntli unlurn. immediate I for small grove or home 65682. "
and Air Force Base $97'I occupancy. 8241 SW use May be teen at 15390SW NEW 1964 V-8 Ford 4-door ie- tic, Radio, Btiat Automa$17 9 5 '
too makes complete payment 167th Ter. CE M770. 4 bdrm., )yearly' 269th Ter. in Ridgewood 196' Power-Cat Model 1800(18ft den power steering, Cruhomalic lot Beautiful Car for
\ See this today, Carmne Real lease $140( mo. close to Holy Estatea Naranja.SH03T ) twin, Mere 800't tingle heater radio & other
[ Broker, Homestead 47 Apartmenrt For Rent Rosary, Perrine elton and lever Mercontroli with forward acceasorlei. Burgindy color
, : 51"l'i 2 or CE 8-4001. I HAKB CE 1- 883. : wave radio living room neutral reverse heavy 143: actual miles Contact \r.//
Homestead Area furniture CE 5-4333. duty Murray trailer under Gregory, 15420( Harding Ln" SOME EXAMPLES OF OUR QUALITY
$>50 DOWN $71 per month 2ROOMS for 2 or 3 servicemen test tank, batteries, tachometer Leisure City.READ. .
total large bedrm, carport AIR-COND. (urn. 2-bedrm. apt use of home, cooking, SELECTION of used clean w/aual switch horn, SELECTED LATE MODEL USED CARS J
: corner, newly'\ decorated by day or wk. CI 7-5964. spacious yard, everything guaranteed, refrigerator running light, top etc. New
and completely guaranteedby EFFICIENCY and 1-bedrm. air comfortable Palmetto Country _26633 US 1, Naranja. cost $4792. Price $230O. 343 THECLASSIFIED AMERICAN CARS FOREIGN t ti

seller Kay Low)', Inc, CE cond. furn. apt. Seasonal or Club Estate 1 Call STEREO, phono tape ft multiplex NW 12th St., Homestead after 63 CKer. Impalo, 4 sIr, SPORTS CARS
I 8803.: 20458: So. Dixie Hwy., early, now leUln,. Swim. SE 0.1482 or ('F 8-m: Au-FM fine component 1 pm. H-top, fact, sir, power 11 j

opposite Rlchard'i Dept. minI pool patio Model open S45uslneaa Opportunities parts in lovely walnut cab PHONE Circle 7-2321 R&H . $2795 62 MG midget, roadster,

!, Store on US 1. dally, manager on premlies: inet. Wholesale cost $823. THEY BRINff RISULTSI I 62 OI< Startles Cp., lull iharp . $1495
$4 95 DOWN equity, no quail See or call Mn Price, CI 7 SeU $430( CE 54680. power, feet sir, RtH

fling, move., right In. LargeSbedrm. 4761.Apt. 251 RegIna and 260 Homestead NE 10th( NMAN erty. 73 Saw SW Service 2nd St and prop SINGER- Zlgiac In walnut cabinet Display 1* Classified Display *1 beautiful/ S299S 61 A.H. Sprite, roadster,
near elementary
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school shopping, Kay Lowy,' St., Homestead. makes designs and buttonhole Classified 62 Che,. Super Sport fiberglass' and regular
& MOTEL 20 unit*, pool TV without attachment Conv. Fact sir tops . $995
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Inc.Pixie 85803. 20438:I So Er,. APT., no children no alr-cond. 20.milt So. of Illami Sold $250 new, take over 9- power. .
llwy, opposite JUth-1 pet. CI 7-3323.: \, $23,000: dn, mtg. 9110. pmt of $11.19. Will take old R&H, bucket
ards Dept. Store on US 000. LInear 1)l'laita. Kent machine in trade. Call 683- seot . $229 59 M.G.A. Roadster, nice
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$300 DOWN and move Into a __furn.',Ci.erLar. : NW utilities 18 StFURN. llotel Gould, Fla. 1364.: SHOPat 61 Pontiac, Bonn Vista, Iporta cor $1095
completely turn. 3-bedrm, Fact Air, Power R I

bath E. J. Starter home, CI with'7-7221 a garage or Cl' Tower: apt Rl, 2-rooms CI 7-8347.It bath Classified Display *1 Classified DIsplay! 11 thisSIGN 4 H, like new S219S 61 Renault Dauphine,
S-88 4 dr H-
61 Old nice
7-C106 after 6 p.m. The Ke>'es ana owner $695
Co.. 220 N. Krome Ave. Real- FURN. ibedrom. apt 143 N. top, Fact air, power
hn, IImlfAll'ad. Fli&let. Adulta.KIYSWAY R&H, sharp 60 '.ug..t Sunroof, Rt

40-D Florida Keys Properties Motel. Florida City RAY'S of car . . $19 H, iharp . $695

Apt, efficiencies rooms, 62 Comet, wagon, auto,
CANAL. lot 80x110, Ocean view moderate rates weekly CI 7. Dependability RtH, rock on top 60 Vouiholl 4 dr, X-t,.

Lower Matecuitbe Key 4353. power, toil goteSISfa nice . . $695 .
Beach AU can advertised are covered by a 30 day ICO"*
restricted CI 7-1628.
61 Cher. Impala 4 4,.
LOVELY 1.bedrm. apt. downtown AUTO SALES Mechanical Guarantee ,
Kir LARGO Gardens, US 1 60ft -I year least.143 NW Is M.VW Sta. Wag. Demo ,.23fS H-top, Fact air, power 60 V.W Sedan, radio theater ,

completely frontage loris 1-bedrm. : CBS Call St CI 7-8393.: 29120 SO. FEDERAL HIGHWAY 6JVW Sedan ....... .....144SBl RtH, beautiful/ this it a nice t
$9.500.
Cl 7-6450. I LOVELY spacious 1-bedrm. apt I .VW Sedan .. ...... ..1241 red and white $1995 one . $1095 I
: nicely turn new frost-free Nut To Piper Lounge South of Biscoyne 63.VW Deluxe Wagon ...JIM 60 Ford Ranch wagon, 4 j

KIT LARGO <45x80: ft. trailer refrig. Adults! only Gables, 62,VW Sedan ..... ...... 14VS dr, auto radio, nice 59 Renault Dauphine, 4 '
loll boat ramp, fishing pier' _Apt*., 1078 NE lint Ave. Porsche HT. ..... ... 2IS family car $895 dr sedan
swimming area Only $1593: : I 19S9 CHEV. Imp. Conr . . $785 69 Porsche: Coo!. ... ,...IStS 59 Chrysler Saratoga, 4 $395
no down payment $23.38 mo. MODERN 1 and a-bedra. dulex ......,....lltS
J. B. Kennaiton Properties, apt, tun., by wk. CI 1959 FORD Calaile, A real buy . S565 63 61.VW Poncho:Pickup Cpe. ....... .3WJ dr., H-top, Fact air, 58 English Ford
P. O. Box 131. Key Largo ,_1.2232_ or a U228. RtH, autopilot $1295 Anglla'"
( I 62 VW Convertible .....IStS . $395
8324783: CE 5-7092. I I turn AND bedrm. apt*. ror rent, 1957 MERCURY, radio, outo., very 60.VW Chi Cpe ....... m

KIT LARGO, furn. CBS boone Ave.,. or Fla.unfurn.City. 1493 NW lit,' very clean & runt good . $410 '49. Porsche Speedster ..17tS
accesi to water way. Only S 63.VWSp5LPU..1595OverKeys

$300 down, no cloning com 1 BDRM. unfurn. Utilities turn 1954 NASH, runt good . . . $99 i
J. B. KennastoD Propertit. nr. shopping CB! 8-2881. Motors CITY CARS

P.s.0.tafoll1 ,c>>Key. Wlol '-.EDItM. turn. apt. Narmnja,' 1951 CHEY. Pickup, 4 speed .. . $90 Inc. OF

LUCKY Number 1773.TAVERNIIR $70 mOo CI 7-8727 after 8. 1951 BUICK nina good, radio! . $85 VOLKSWAGEN-PORSCHE F5B SALES (So. D.delnc.) SERVICE
1-BEDRM. turn apt, water In- AUTHORIZED LXg

3 room house. cL SIlO mOo CI 7-5741. 1950 BUICK for $46 and it runt Sale I Service WV Corner U. S. 1 end Avocado Drive

U- lOt, l-blk. to ocean It MI. 1 I A 2 BORM. apt*. turn ft tin"um. 16165 So. Federal HWY. (U.S. 1) Phone 248-0510
end
ami but. $9500: or trade for 238-5515
houit la Dado Co. Write Box DeCarlo Enterprises, Inc. Just North af Perrine 238-0893

204 ole Newt Leader,..P. 0. 26851 So. FeeL Hwy, Naranja' CI 7-8423 CLOSED ON SUNDAYS Homestead, Florida
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Purchase Of Any Cor Over $290 1963 CHEV. RIGHT

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Ik* MPW.T I* Mfr -.-.1 urntkkM. r Air. Wes $2995 i
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....... .. Now $2795
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$882
P262 1963 Oldsmobile Siarfire A/C ............$3492
'63 T.BIRD P307 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix A/C .$3289 DICKCONLEY'S TAKE
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1.! s.s..wtl....Uv.. up..'Illll.t.Hk ,,.Mtk.. 0.lr Mr.. P337 1963 Buick Wildcat A/C .$3493 US

$3382 P99 1963 Cadillac Eldorado Cony. A/C ....$4888

P338 1963 Chevrolet 9 Pott. Wagon .$2391 WAYS[
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MMT W.i**. llr.likl tlkk P293 1963 Thunderbird H top. A/C ............$3233 t FORA

r4l,..king...Tl,....U. A 1h.*.MM.."...ct.'**..Moo|.. P307 1963 Pontiac Bonneville, A/C ............$3067 TO GREET

_Shut_win tint(rupfwrUllm.trm mutr .110.! 001*,llcl P319A 1963 Ford Galaxle XL Cpe._.....$2283 BEATlingBEATLES

$982 P316 1962 Cadillac Sed. DeVille A/C ........$3269 England's .' 'I

P26B 1962 Oldsmobile Storflre .$2421 f'

59 OLDS,.. A.1. P351 1962 Chevrolet Impala Cpe ................$1959 r"' .; "
'ull" .'U'.....H.ra.p...,.., ,.C... ttMT'f P376 1962 Thunderbird Landau $2433 I
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I.., I.. A OI"MIIo r..1 win nlsuna 11,_. lit P366 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix, A/C .$2477 TO ; .'. ) '.'
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.k. It rwn.$1182 Only P239 1962 Cadillac Cony. A/C .$3482 DADECOUNTY t I

P359 1962 Buick Electra 225 Cony. A/C ....$2484 t' I. 14' BOAT

64_FAIRLANE. P374 1962 Pontiac .$ f w. ... ... .;....;, 1 Motor,40 HP,
I.'SIlO'....t-*_.H.HI, .t .rls* V4... pall5heat. .ul" P239 1962 Chevrolet Impala Conv ............$1891 C I Trailtr.EUt.Storttr Rmot.'
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I*. N.l..r.llr It r> flUI IMWtMT P389 1962 Rambler Cross Ctry. Classic Wgn $1456 I :' "i' g'. Was $1095
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lsr.. .j.I' i.s ms.y 4.1' P280 1961 Pontiac Ventura Cpe A/C ........$1906 USED CAR l Now $945

$2642 P346 1961 Ford Go lox I. 4 dr. A/C .$1211 PRICES YOU'TO"BUG" I. .I .

P318A 1961 Rambler Classic 4 .$1062 "'- ::4

P283 1961 Chevrolet 9 Pass. Wagon .$1464 DICK CONLEY,"THE MISSING BEATLE"
P291 1961 Lincoln Continental Can,. A/C $2869

P345 1961 Pontiac Bonneville Conv ............$1676
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P335A 1960 Thunderbird H. Top A/C .$1589

P13B 1960 Chevrolet 4 door .$1002 ON SO. DADE'S AUTOMOTIVE HIT PARADE
P242 1960 Ford Goloxle 4 dr. H. Top $ 999

i P402 1960 Country Sedan Wagon .$1109 1963 CHEVROLET 4 dr. H.T r '1 1960 RAMBLER 4 dr. Sdn.
N15B 1959 Buick 2 door .$ 777 Loodtd. Foctory Air Cond. Clean Rum Perfect

P195 1959 Chevrolet 4 door .$ 666 WAS $2995 NOW $2745 /, WAS $1293 NOW $1045

P248A 1959 Oldsmobile 98 Cpe A/C ......?.... $ 999
1962 PONTIAC dr. H.T. 1959 BUICK dr. Sdn.
P347A 1959 Cadillac 4 door $1555
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P277 1959 Buick Conr ................$ 788 A WAS $2195 beauty. NOW owner$1945 i ,.f1? ,;rt"j 4. WAS $1195. .. NOW $945

P162B 1959 Chevrolet Impala Cony ............$1092
I P322 1959 Eldorado .$1702 1962 VOLKSWAGEN dr. Sdn. ; ,, jj 1959 PONTIAC Station Wagon,
P355A 1959 Ford $ 681 A rest nice' car ana owner New Paint' looks good
Wagon WAS $1495 NOW $1345 "' WAS $1195 NOW $1045
P306 1959 Ford Galaxie; 2 dr. HT .$ 777 i

P344A 1958 Cadillac 4 door H. Top .$969 1962 CHEVY II4 dr. Sdn.4eyl. 1959 PONTIAC 2 dr. Sdn.
'63 CHEV. P399 1956 Chevrolet 2 dr. Sedan .$ 466 ., real economy A Reel Buy.
1..1. .,.. id... "4, ..utus'tl. WAS $1395 NOW $1245 WAS $1093 NOW $945
...._...... ,.... .t_.... Also Over 75 TransportationCars
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.1 c....,'. .all.hl. but this' To Choose From 1960 PEUGEOT 4 dr. Sdn. 1959 ENGLISH FORD dr.
.....,. 11 _.M... Inonhl". Radio real economy A Real Second Cor
s"ll.".I.asp fc-.1,tr.! C_.A..r"l'r..* TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS WAS $893 NOW $645 WAS $393 . NOW $443
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$2282 P16A 1953 Cadillac .$ 99 1960 OLDS 88 4 dr. Sdn. 1958 PONTIAC 4 dr. H.T.
P12A 1955 Buick 4 door H. Top .$ 149 A Riot Clean Cor Real Sharp Better Hurry
'63 GALAXIE WAS $1393 NOW $1345 BOB WAS $993 NOW $S45
.. P61 1958 4 door ..$ 169
'100' 4.4M* H......". *"' Mercury
I.w, ,...., ."...-/.....* FACT.. ... P92 1955 Chrysler 4 door .$ 89 T '
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P118A 1953 Ford 2 door .$ 53 t r

I.,... hurt'62 .CHEV....... v"... .wls. P152C 1956 Plymouth 4 door .$ 89 t' 1
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pus .. 0.5,. 1963 Falcon ,.$1721 '
$1982 P312 1963 Chevrolet COrY air 2 dr. .$1430 ,

P373 1963 VW Sedan ...$1561 /

Lash 63 t4MS STUDEBAKER...,1.. "..t.hl' P271 1962 Chevrolet Nova II Cony.$1682 I '
ikk, ,.'..*. Hn !. ... AiMfik P13 1 1962 Corvair Monia Cpe.$1 593
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Onlf P161A 1962 Karmen Ghia Conv ................. .$1586 / (

$1482 P141A 1961 Oldsmobile F-85 4 door ,...........$1299 )
'60 PONTIAC P297 1961 Falcon Wagon ..$ 982 \1 1.\/ \

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c...... Aul_ P325 1961 Corvoir Mania 4 door .$1283
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"This'ac. m rllMl.....Moll",. Its lM.taf .". P127 1961 Volvo 1225 .$1090
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.r. "' P348 1961 VW Sedan .$1288 1957 PONTIAC 2 dr H.T.A .
$1482 P289 1960 Falcon Sedan .!..$ 777 Reel Nice Cor Hurry 1960 CHEVROLET ITo" Pickup
WAS $793 . NOW $345 Tool Boiei and All
'60 T.BIRD P140 1960 Hillman Wagon .$ 466 WAS $1395CHEVROLET NOW $1095
'.>IV *4>Ip.... wllk FACTORY P334 1960 Fiat Sedan .$ 381 1955 FORD Station Wagon r

AlII., ..Tk... e..te.. .4'IM..1. thisw .. Traniportatlon Special) 1960 / Ton
..... ...-. ...man n. .o.1.MoU' .... Sports CarsP74 WAS.$495 . NOW $345 a. Power lido Tront. Pickup
had ....,.... ea... 11. .
.w4..,IIa.0.1..,.... II I .... 1.,..t. 1963 TR.4, HT .$2183 BOAT 14' Motor 40 HP, TroilerElec WAS $1295 NOW $1045

$1782 P67 1963 Austin Healy Sprite .$1486 Starter, remote, get tanks
P299A 1962 MGA .$1593 Reedy to go, was $1095 now $945 1959 FORD 2 Ton

.' 61.... OLDS. Ayt. P76 1962 Austin Healy Sprite .$1181 r Flat Bed Body, Hurry
Y. Its ? CMwtlM 1962 FORD ITo, Pickup WAS $1295 NOW $995
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.... r.<.., h...... Cp r<.i. wltk P163 1962 MG Midget .$1297 Real Good Shop., One Owner
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.*l.. B*a a ...". MI.*....*- P153 1961 TR.3 ._.$1291 WAS $1595 NOW $1345 r 1959 METRO-MITE
__ .i _....... O.lf P157 1961 Alpha Romeo Roadster .$1133 Walk-In Von

$1982 P148 1960 TR.3 ....$1181 1961 FORD Ready to/ U Ton.e .Pickup Mutt See 71 WAS $1095 NOW $895

P2678 1956 Jaguar Cpe.$1 002
WAS $1395 NOW $1145 i
p 'l P77A 1955 Austin Healy .$ 699 1953 INTERNATIONAL Ton
1960 FORD '/ Ton Pickup P.U., Good Troniportotion
South Dade's Exclusive Come So* it /' WAS $295. NOW $195
WAS $1295 NOW $1045 WADE
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I Screen Epic Of Arabia At PalmsWinning I Pelml Theatre Movie, Clock Swtdar through Tuesday, I

Thursday through Wedneednyi >' Feb. I"". "Who s Been lIMp
Feb 1510"Lawrence leg In Mr Bed 7tOO and 10:41It :
the Academy Award on the River Kwal" haa won \11\" and adjectives, fighting, force. uses Lawrenre'i desire to help' shoes picture and dlepatehei of Arabia" Itoid \.m. "Ladtn. MM" 9:08 p.m
a* "bent picture. of the )'f'ar"' following Academy Awards Superb Talent Man of Deitlny the Arabs help themerivea.. help make LawrtnPl a world- Show Engagement S p.m. Wedneedar, Fob 19 "The
It only a mild tribute to Rest Picture of the Year,. "Lawrence of Arabia" U. Peter OToole handtnme W.rld Pemeve Her ,famous hero Anthony Qual U Satardax and Sunday MaU Vletere". T:00 and 11:03
urging excitement that thIs'I'h't Direction, Rat odor Cln. such a film, and It hat been blond. screen newcomer, give Claude Rains portray the Lawrence'i deeert chief InHIIJI.m: pm. .CreJ..." "::6t pm.
"Lawrence of Arabia" now ", Beet Masse!, BM.| M received bjr advance audlen. a euperb performance ai the conniving chief of the Arib peen aa Kiddle Show, Saturday,
pi*)'Ing on a road show bull Color Ail Direction Beet Edit- tea and crlttca, properly awed enigmatic. Lawrence,, a atudnt Bureau the British Intelligence and Egyptian actor Omit. starts it 1 pin. CartooM end. ""hrwshchsv Asks WorldWide .
at the Palma Theatre.A ing, Rest Sound. by the superb meshing of the turned .warrior a man of service In the Middle Ea.t and Bharlf a handeome young newcomer "Ter.san's Three Challengte. Swepptn of BoraV
....... Lend 1 Received Many Awerdi many diverse talents obvloully d.rtny! who doubts himself Arthur Kennedy, the prying playa All, Lawrence'. .........W Drive.In m." Headline, Now we
.; The Columbia picture li a "Lawrence of Arabia" alto required to achieve the drama. Others In the cast Include American war correspondent'desert companion. Thursday through Saturday! can be entirely certain that
magnificent drpkttan of a save received more Gold Club A'ward tic screen entertainment now on Alee Guineas ae the soft.epo- Feb. IS.IS."Charade". I' the war potential of our
age land and a lavige people,I' from the Hollywood For- view. Ken Prince Felaat leader of the -1100: IIIcll1:00'p.m bombing plane grtXly ex
an eje-fllllnf and heart top-,jclgn Cor .pondl'llu thin any Lawrence of Arabia" |treatnli Arab revolt Anthony Quinn "The Slav" p:13: pm. crests that of Rutaia
(ping spectacle of adventure other picture) It was the Screen that moment la history plays the hawk oaed Arab --- -
straight out of recent hiitnry"Lawrenpe Producer Guild choice for .hra a brash young Brltlah Tighter who>> understands gum on n '
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produced by Sam Spiegel and the Director Guild of America sings of the Arabian revolt In jack on the politic. which must
directed\ by itld Lean, their choice for "best-dlrecled." the desert igilnit the Turks fallow Jack Ha..klna la seen dJo
first motion picture collaboration Only rarely la a motion picture and comet to play almoit a .i General Allenby, Lawrence'i I THE Lounge Open Til 5 AM.COCKTAIL .
line their Academy Award made whirls deiervea the godlike role In uniting the feud. rommandeHn-chlef a soldier LOUNGE
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luUftt ClllliltI'' MUM HOURS: Frl.' 7:30-11 p.m.Thereafter M1 p.m Columbia Pictures THE SAM SPIEGEL- DAVID LEAN Production starring
ALEC GUINNESS' ANTHONY QUINN'JACK HAWKINS-JOSE FERRER'ANTHONY OUAYUE-. CLAUDE RAINS ARTHUR KENNEDY
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\ i THE BIG SHOW! Packed With Suspense Here's A Rib-Tickling Funny Double Hit Show!

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By MARGARET HICKSON be held In their honor In tht visit Loew'i Art Gallery at the
I South Dad gymnailum. Th Unlvtrally of Miami and then
Tomorrow It the long-awaited danr will bt free to all ttw South Dade visit the Vlacajra Art Muieum. -I BLAKE-BIRD tip V.I,.. Firttngi Structural Steel
I date for thoM at South Dad dents presenting thelf Itudent BUICK

High School Involved In th* Op- Identification, card. Otherwise, Th. next meeting will be Sales prtmtnl .PiumWm5! Suppll.
School
ntion Amigo Profrtm an admission of 60 centi will High on March I at Tony Ettav- I am .S pm Mon Sit, For
and 10 be charged. r'l home
At ISO: P.m. >0 girls
boys of high school 't' will Service DtpirtmcntUncl. Your Car
O.A.A. meet Dinner Radiator Shop) A. & B. PIPE STEEL CO.
arrive it Miami International The Chl'i Athletlt Ai wla- Foster Pat Creer, Betty Keen, I .I
am Moi.-rri.
these. Tht Parent Teacher Ataoclatlon pm G&LMotors
For two weeks ,
Airport Bonnl Matnor,
lion recently went on a ramp Marti Knot, .
Artcntln atudcnti will stay In out to Flamingo In Evtrgladet Jicki Miller, Linda Morewood, will sponsor a rout I am 12NoonEtUCLOUD 500 N.W, 5th Strttt. Corner 5th Avtnut
home of itudrntl of South National Park Mary Pacetll Janice Ryali, beef dinner F.b.25 In the South SUNDAYS Corp.

pad High School. Mary Welsh and Jan Wllhltt. Dad High School cafeteria. 820 So. Krome Avenue PHONEi F.3.6211 MIAMI, FLORIDA Vs Mil No. of Mnctton
left Friday afternoon tdultt 1.60
will en |
Turing their visit they They I Laat '.u'. president of the Th* prices trtl ;
) cmm CE 1.841 Discs
tttnd damn for approxlmat* a* anon it school was 0.A,A., Donna Thlcfer also itudeatt, $1, and children, 75 Highway
ly four to six dayi. Their other out. That night they lam went on the campoutF centf. Tht dinner will be from
da>"i In this area will till ap,.nt around a rampflit and llittned 5:30 (o 8:00: p.m.
by tourlnr such places ti the to talk about the park. ur. Ftrnwrt ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN ,
Miami Herald Building (Ih. The next day the Hrll went During the recent bad. In conjunction with the dinner
sponsoring organization), Evtrgladea canoeing on Bear Lake. Th., County Youth Fair, tht Couth '11'11be a book fair. Books >.
National Park, Horn. returned that night after a Dad Chapter of the Future will be on ttl. In, the library, ML1UR= jl0/AWrMC1N1NJO NMATt1e1OOINOt14A
stead Air For** Ban, tb. Mtml tlrinf/ but fun-filled wttkend.Clrli Farmers of America was repr- with the profit going'to the QTIZENAPAA1CpllR M RTt' era1Dof 00
Seaqucrlum/ and the 8." attending wert Mary tented by Charles Btimtncton library for the purchttt of ; NAlll 1 ia4ATTkTt
Mnlarlum Ellen Atklna Betty Brown and Errlt Shannon wh>> won more booki.
After their arrival tomorrow Kay Brown Kay Duikett, Jan several ribbons for their cshlblU. On display In the cafeteria
f night a Valrntlnt'i dance will .Chanlnov, Carol Davie, Linda will be project from the dlf
---- Last weekend the chaplet ferent department of education ,
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tent six boys to Tampa to made by the itudenti, p'Irr r

judge livestock at th. Slat Cevernmenf, Talk
INCOME TAX RETURNS ralr Thou attending were I
Charles; Hennlngton ftniaell The sixth period Educational

Prepared By I I.Davis, Allan Burns, Bruce Teltvltlon American hlitoryclan MtIP sxra+t ef olt r. .
LICENSED TAX ACCOUNTANT Swanson, Bill Powell and Den- recently heard a talk on .ao1CAlcOOH easstorsn / A eet rtioN
{,nil Ojltr. American government Polly tie OTfMnON Of A TIMK-MkCNMr: ,CCMfUtT 1 J

GERALD EICHAR Art Club ROM Balft, of homestead, prominent e Wm siallV M'knaoriAN'.zo 4oNIGV.MMADinL H.i .Kiel.ns 10. 0 i wT 1inoL.1m.a.I.A.flrn.I .
I Th 1I."I.form.4 art club In Democratic Party WCATKJN UNKNOWN A 101', lIlT tM10IIt II A 11III.TAo.. .

Phone CI 7-6625 Day met Jut Thursday night at affair In Florida, spoke on
the torn of Bobbl Willlt. With the principle of the National
vase hoer tvati'vw w w yoov
Phone CI 7-6980 Night Bfcca Sclifo presiding, members Convention and.how.It works f7 owl .or e>,tc trfoairlKCl
planned their tutors mntlnp e LL +
14115 SW2f7ih Street, Ltliuro/ City and 11.leI trip. Tuetday afternoon the South tA'R"Vev
On Feb 29 the club will Dade swim team" will meet the
Miami Senior Ulgh'i trim
team, at either the homestead G (
City pool or Homestead Air
Fore Bait pool, at 4:30: ,.11I.
On Feb. 25 the Rebel will + G
meet Coral Park there at 7:50

p.m.Fred Myeri li the coach of
the member team


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Savinf/H Centers, PLt21lY
South Florida mlnllt tltet, to
malta life mort comfortablt for
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the men while thy arc awaiting -
I the building of permanent
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Conv,
1 spring when U. lint of the '

/o serve YOU and > .11f.: the era on Flummer J /
Drive west of Princeton f.tt I !
yourcomrmni'i'eiUse ; ; / $33,000 worth of new faellltlet.
They will Include a metal prefabricated
met tall to replace .T '41:r K R
the combination wood frame, .r u 1
any or all of these services. screen and) tent itructnr which '
hat ben reed line the lit

Insured Accounts Travelers Cheques wai eatabllahed dnrlnr the OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMSr '
Savings Cuban crlilt In the fall of 1.62.

Special Savings! Clubs Free Customer Perking A Improved tenting faellltlet are
ciao called for In the contract,
First Mortgage loans Youth Savings Corral awarded to Grant-Sholk Contraction we How; c oPE %.xJoT A.ao i A! Irru.1Ou, OM9 xmoe niommecokDmwso4
THAT' PRCTTY t twARW NowTOrw4N
UlamL c ire+k'ATybmHiRawotEUNNIe4'
( Company
Low-Cost Money Orders Posfage-Freo Save-by-Mail Such improvement have already ,' eTUIID.AJN't HAVUI' v IT THIcTHIuOAsFA5TACrr CA/J PLNCH MO THeo1 cATT1.u AND CAW--wRH1110 cowaovc COMi, r
been made at other area f REACHtpOVER nncg 1ti.oaTLp MACU.M THEM eem f AT HER HDSit1IOH 1'
Safe Deposit Boxes Night Depository mlull Iltea.Family. sacs H 'o'e o.A box.AAr pip 1ou sos rmaT WRN nc j.D
HIT THe IAe/ FAU tT o.tvaNTERMff COW JUMP HOseralt
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paid' Life ,, JI) 1tr.
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Dividend Ofl'J7O and compounded
Rate Now 4 tlmei year Series ContinuesLeon ,! v /
Save By February M,., Earn From February I

Fisher executive director 1 rIe +
CORAL GABLES FEDERAL of the Jevlih Family ..ndChUdrrn' Il rril

Service, will eon
; SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION tlnu his family life acne. at
Temple Beth Am" through Feb h. /r 1

i HOMESTEAD I PERRINE ruary.
Tomorrow at 9 pm., he will
I OFFICE I OFFICE diacuaa (its learning processes '

! 1101 R KROME AVENUE I 701 PEtllNC AVENUE of children from I through It I1 I

\ Tl.omee A. Hangtf no J. Jfenape yean.On.
Collim frt BOl/r", 24
I Feb. at t p.m., h* will
II dlatuM "The Emerging P.r-
I OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS
lei y tonality" dealing with :children .
I frt>m 'lIS I. 1100 |,..m.I of the tarn age group. .j .
The airln follows the Bible y.. e J R tNS askgldgNTLpdr'gu
Court given by Rabbi Dr.
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