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Column I y RALPH TIMPLII Public Spirited O. Inquiry Ordered


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In for a way Barry I'm Goldwater a lIt l. sorry and VOL 53 NO. 31 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1964 24 Pages TEN CENTS PER COPY

Neleon Rockefeller Chargei mad against two
Homeitead taxicab companlei
But I Und to be encouraged Monday by a third city.licensed
over the fact that Henry firm have kicked off s fnfl-
Cabot JxNig may prove that scale Investigation of all three

''t, the beat way companies and a public hearIng
to win the STATE TOSSES SEADADE art for T:30 p,m. May 8_
I I
!' prealdent a
I
j nomination It To get a clone scrutiny by

1IICIt' to go to the the city manager, city attorney,
other side of and police taxi inspector ire;
the world. Yellow Cab Co, managed
and owned by H H. Paul Jr.,

I .gine motto Can the you tranqulllty 1m-do-- Homestead who e Cedar also bn Cab Cab been Co Inc., owned managing by


1. w. Stan Mints, whose volley of
,
might be en- ISSUE BACK TO COUNTY


the out Temple presidential of the country'Joying hopefuls If ware all which gallon.charges. Homeitead Joe Initiated Accuralo Cab the, Co.Florida Inveiti-, for


I really don't expect non- City commissioner. holds II.
campaigning to become a tradition cenwi, although Yellow Cab
any more than I expect Co. has been operating It for
Board
Wants
Washington Senator more than a year,
toe win the American It was Accurile'i rtIIUat
League championship by constantly t* the city tauncll lilt week
clobbering the Yankees New tee tee additional permits
this year ExpressionOf that .began the flare-vp ameng

competing tail flrmi.H .
But the Republicans sure '
are providing n* with tome # I told the council h* wind
Existing Roads ._ CommissionAfter
tat resting development ; / S to take back his company, la-

aren't they 1st Construction.__ crease from three to five cabs,
guniland and put only 1964 models into
eleven months of sittingon Seadade'sapplication
I feel sorry for Goldwater 2nd Constructioa........ service hpre.Accurllo .
and Rockefeller became It to build a ship channel across Biscayne I charged that Home-

seems the harder they work Bay the State Internal Improvement Board has iteid'i cab service bat been

the farther back they get At passed the buck back to the Metro Commission. ''I deplorable for many yean,
least thafl what the public William\ Kidd, director of the II board, told and laid he Intended to changeall
opinion poll tell v*. County Manager Irving McNayr yesterday that his I that

And It's getting won ,(for board would not make any decision until the Dade i At a result, the other two
them) all the time County Commission! reaffirms or denies iU intention competing companies were notified
to allow\ Seadado to build deep sea port and that their licensee wereIn
Newsmen and the pollsters b M oil refinery on Biscayne Bay In South Dade. Jeopardy, and advised to appear
figure Lodges going to do n't"I at the council meeting
This fact came to light in questions asked
at well In Oregon aa h* did Monday to ihow cause why
In New Hampshire, and now, Kidd by McNayr at a public hearing on a proposed their permit should not be

almost all of a sudden, h* Itallpplng a Perrin. state financed causeway to Islandia. I revoked
McNayr pointed out that It useless to discuss .'
ahead In California, ne was Mlntt, eeulpped with phet, .
when the postponed ahow- plans for the Islandia causeway 'until the I' espies. .. tail retard from
down between GoldwaUr\ and Seadada question is resolved, city files, telegrams from the
Rockefeller was supposed to Two plant are under eonilderation atat* government, and twttenotyvlitt .
come. for the construction give Seadade a bulling I'e..1 t. take down the
The way It look now such ye 'b of the cauMway-on* In which mit that the II Board would entire hearing' hurled t Hit
a showdown will\ never come. ,1.0qI the state would provide fill by grant It permission to dig the .> chargoi at both Homoitiod
They're both Just going down. dredging shallower pleasure ship channel and Yellew Cab cem.n''...
With so' many Republican Cut.sJr Ridge boat channel adjacent to the McNayr aald that. h* would Included were vlolaUoni of

presidential poulbuitle goIng causeway If the Seadad project take back the Internal Improvement city, county and stale laws,
around the country actively .5 1* not approved. Board't petition to the which Mints attributed to both
soliciting the nomination L-jt. : ;; ".. ), Sis '" '"I )leN.."' told Kidd that In commlulon and ask memberi companlei.If
or Biking that they \* eee ". (! May, 1W. the Metre Com to either reaffirm Of deny the Charged. among ether
,
drafted, I suet dont understand minion mad. a recommenda action of the prevloui commli thing, 'that Homeitcad Cab
this awing to Lodge : tlon to the II Board which officially lion taken last Ila,. Inc. It non-ezialent. hn no
Maybe what they aay about onldsrinceton approved the Seadade He laid that in all probability equipment, no Insurance certificate
absence making the heart project pending approval of a the present community attitude has no muter permit
grow fender doe have tome i channel alignment by the II was "no Seadad.* ,to operate, bar no Homeitead
truth In It. I 3 Board. When asked If he thought the office, and violated' city ordinance
Or It It that Lodge Ii dem-. taranJs Obviously aware of the strong commission would hold nor when It transferred .Ill
onatratlng the value of keepIng I !. antl.Seadade feeling In Dade public hearing! on Seadade, taxi and I IU license to Yellow
on"'* mouth shut and his County, Kidd told McNayr that McNayr said he didn't think to"We've Cab without citing council ap
pipelines open. aoC the II Board was "trying to heard everything proval.
The Lodge name, almost Drive give the people ef Pad County there la to hear about Seadade,'" Mints' charges' against Yellow
within a month, hat become what they wanted" and that he aald. Cab Co. Included twitching
magnetic Biscayne; they needed "an expreiilon of McNayr aim complained to of license plates from one cab
Th. Gallup poll of early elY local opinion on Seadade." Kidd of the lack of communication to another, alteration of citylaiued .
March showed 18 per cent between the II Board
MeNayr replied that he was paperwork to b* tub-
of the Republican voter favoring under thc,.-mpreaalon that the and the county commlulon on milted to the state ai appllca-
Lodge for president both Sea dad. and IilamJIa and lion for
lute had 7n expression of the a Florida Public UtiU-
An early April poll shows the County Commlulon'a feeling on suggested a meeting of the II lira matter certificate, failureto
figure! to be 42 per cent Board and the commlulon to
HAFBHOr Seadad a* a remit of the ret report taxi accident\ to the
certainly I. a smart work the problem out.
Lodge
olutlon passed last May council ai required by local
well educated, ', Kidd Instructed
man. H* Ii / the Florida
Continued
"Thla resolution, McNayr ( on Page Two)
and did an adequate Job a* I' n ii "laid, "... paaaed after mil (C-itlnued on Page Two) {

ambaaaador to the United Nation [ ea :r Hone of public hearing by the An
: Editorial
I,.. county eommlialon.
H* U a dedicated public r' t \ t But this did not aatlafy Kidd,
servant, but he' never done who kept Inalitlng that the U
anything previously to capture > f Board would not make any Amazing DisplayOf
the Imagination of people F1 recommendatloni on the S...
he I II doing It
the way dade channel until Dade County
now while carrying out the official once again decided

mandates admlnlitratlcn.H of .a Democratic L1 whether Seadade, or not they wanted No CourageEleven

Ii a good looking man, But he did not explain why
campaigner months ago the Dade County Com
but not a colorful
the II Board would not act
on
a* shown In 1(60 when Road Program As Proposed By Chamber Group the recommendation mad 11 mission recommended to the Internal Improve
he was the vie presidential month ment Board that Seadade Industries be per

candidate.No Iii To Show United South Dade Front KMd ago did Indicate, however, mitted to dig a channel across Blscayne Bay
air, I just haven't doped Attempt that if Dade County would provided certain conditions were met.

this Maybe one out.I It'a Just that with I Yesterday the director of the II Board

Lodge out of the country and said that group won't act on Seadade't request

laying nothing, people In 2 C.C. Units Push For Roads for permission to dredge a channel until it
.
their Imagination_re concluding gets another expression of opinion on whetherthe

all thing good about county wants Seadade, with oil refinery,

-him.' Apparently the II Board eels that the

By that I don't mean to I y JIANNITTI THORN Drive, and calla forte The homestead chamber bas coil of the road along the Seaboard Informed that rlghU-of., county's recommendation was a bit of buck
Imply that he'a any better or Immediate beginning of a been working for the rail-aide track and south on 117th were given, there are no funda passing; that the county would like to have
worse than the other candidate South Dad and Homestead itate financed highway from highway rout all the way from Avenu at far at Richmond budgeted for Heir purchase, the board held accountable on the controversial
*. area budncaamea Joined forces North Kendall Drive along the North Kendall Drive to Krorat Drive, h* ttld. h* Hid project
It'i just that the situation Monday to demand. eonitructlon Seaboard trackt tAt SW 117th Avenue or Homeiteid, its prei- There, the county financing! George Cadman, chairmanof At
of much needed road toleI'V' any rate, the board Is demonstrat
offer people a chance to react now
Avenue, south on 117th Avenue Ident, Judge Sylvester Adair, would begin, continuing south the South Dad Council Its
negatively more often to the fait'growing south log intent as not being held accountable
117th Avenue
to Richmond Drive. told the group. on to AlUpattabDrive roadi committee, laid hit
other end of the county.At h explained. The buck pawing yesterday was as forth-
*
They have full opportunityto a meeting of directors of Continuation of toil road teuth Did Ceuncll'1 read James Maxwell, manager of group the hat received that state assurance fundi right as it was cowardly, It was the most
llaten to Coldwater, Rockefeller the Homestead Chamber of with county fundi, from Richmond cemmlrto formerly enderaed the Homestead chamber, laid by for thoroughfare county road amazing display of lack of courage we've
Richard Nixon William Commerce and the South Dad Drive aouth on 117th Avenue In a type
the same reute but recent yesterday that hU queries to seen demonstrated by public officials.
from North Kendall to Richmond
Ser nton and other Council of the Mlaml-Dade through South Miami I menthe hat urged that the .
U. S. 1 at Black tat* and county road cnglneert Drive "can be gotten, Since 1961, when Seadade first applied
Heights across
don'tlike
and conclude' what they Chamber, held at noon Monday read veer south en 117th Avenue reveals that there
each Creek, and Joining four.laned are probably from ribs primary for a permit to build a refinery practically all
about In this cam la Holiday Inn, represent and Isis U. t 1 tevth f no budgeted state funds
paign. live of the two group drafted Allapattah Drive. Culler RMo*. for the road earmarked road funda"He development and planning in South Dade has
But with Lodge' absence two reaolutlont which each will Advance commitment from proposed said the state favors come to a standstill because so much dependson
allotment for
except $90,000
and silence the opportunity present to IU total board for county and state officials that The attempt to Join forces planning a and engineering.There this segment e4 reed because the proposal for a seaport and channel.No .
would be the
for negative reaction to him immediate pI"','. construction of the Seaboard cam after County Manager la no aaiurance that "that .f where alignmentregardleia the read one knows where to build road! Anyone
told the
la lessened conalderably. One resolution voice the road from 117th Avenue to cll't Irving committee McNiyr that "unleai eoun- this $90,000 will be Included lathe centinuei mouth .f Richmond building a home or business fears that

Another amazing aspect to I twe bodlea1 etreng opposition Krome Avenue, and hopefullyto you people get together down Iteus fljcal budget, now Drive." pretty soon a new expressway may pass through
.
th Republican situation I la t. a prepeted South Dade Homestead, be started within II there and decide on a rout.th.t being prepared laid Maxwell Reason for slopping state his front yard or cut him off from the nelrh-
that the awing to Lodge .
tolrway.Th
i three months of the completion funds at Richmond Drive It borhood he was depending
on.
win beat aerr all of South
despite an abundance of nnenthnalaam I second! carries the hearty of the northern of, He Mid the county ha* setup
segment
for him on the I endorsement of the long,talked- above. Dade, there'll be no action ate1L" ttOW .In Itt budget fee that the elate\ hun't made a The new county commission can end all
roadway
of leader. full study to determine Jut t this irresponsibility, delay of growth and
part party of highway paralleling Seaboard cenatructlen .f 'Ira perttan ef poor
Lota between Wording of the resolution was I what route south of that point advertising of the county by immediately
can happen Airline Railroad tracks from South Dad Council roads the prepeaed read, and MOSS< In*
now and convention time, and North Kendall Drive to Krome proposed by South Dada Coun committee chairman George fer bridge ever Cutler would warrant the use of state forming the dilatory II Board that It stands be
will but I'm cil's new preildent, Atty. Rob fundi, Cadman explained hind the
probably hope.lug Avenue north of Silver PalmWIATHIIt' Cadman told the Joint meetingMonday Drain previous commission's votes on the
ert Shaugneiiy of Perrlne, after I Directors of the HomeiteadRedland -
the to
awing one man Seadade Issue and the good faith of Seadade'aofficials
discussion that money Ii anil' Right of bad been District Chamber of
won't be soda that we'll be a highly-changed way
who have already millions
deprived of a good Ulevlilon la which Homeitead people able to begin immediately the granted for this section, but Commerce will meet at noon spent of
H L Rainfall portion of the proposed road major landholder hn since today to consider the reaolu dollars here.
took an "all-or-nothing" position one
I'd like to
program. see a ... do otherwise
that at North Kendall To would be
show in which Sunday C60 and South Dade Council begin 'withdrawn hit dedication, the tion to convict the
goad auapenae, Monday ... 83 63 Drlv and Join Alltpattab of bad faith and moral
maybe eight or ten ballot I representatives urged a 'Iet'lI Homestead chamber manager South Dade Council directors county laxity par
Tuesday .. 83 63 Drlv after cronlng U. S. 1. ticularly in the of other industries
have It their that
are needed to come up with take what we cm get, rather added. placed on agendafor eyes
a nominee. Wedneidiy S3 83 .11 I,than get nothing" atand. State funds would underwrite Became the county had been next week. might be thinking of locating a plant here

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P.** t., Th. NEWS LICIR 1M CUTLER IUDI PKRRIKII POST: "wr.dsy, April U, 11N




I AUA Opposes Excise Tax On Utilities I






r County Library

Inspection Station May Save The Day Campaign



Palm Drive Construction Brings Everywhere Signs : j 1 .4, Service UrgedThe


Dade County Asioclttlon of Unlncorp.

1 I'orated Areas, In a litter to the Dade County Com

City A New $16,000 ProblemFlorida mUidoiicii, hu voiced IU objections to a proposal
to place an excise tax on only unincorporated
., r homeowners and asked that the commission take
City facet a deficit count, ind C6MWSI In the rates, higher garbage tax, Inn t* meet teen t* H ever the countywide library wrvlce
el In Hi :general conatruetlon In lax for ad whole and determine ifandi action on prodding a
nearly $1(000 rur. Improvement treat college matter rr r.e+
ald it Is inalterably
rent budget chiefly became fund. valorem tares or review of nteued new much money la needed The association oppottdto
of the film Ir Iv. construction I He recommended taklni e valuation of real property t* make tip' the diflalt *nd I any attempfi on the cornmlwiion to pass iffrii.
the City Commission learn mertge** ef ".000 en. the Bearden ti'dHe '! .1.. pay fer needed hetvyequipment. I latlon which would levy an excise tax on utilities
ed Tuesday night.Accountant 1 meter vehicle In-ewHm it*, commented that the Inn In the unincorporated areas of Rade County
Ralph If. Burden I lien to hail: relieve t' e iltu. ipectlon station, built lilt -We feel ,that auch a, laxunniceiury I. ':'a ; ;tft; th-
Jr.. reporting on hit recently-,I ties There li $14,000 In the' year, was yielding more than In other action Tuesday, unfair mil diecilmlnilory" act ai ,, people'
completed audit tf city fie reserve fund which cart ke enough to pay Hid at cur the commission: aald the aiioclation. money,
drawn far this Unanlmouaty agreed Bearding the count)'wide /IIbrary .
nance, told the body total anticipated en KM year rent revenue. to I
deficit come to |1S,*, but mutt be put beck hy the "Due to unexpected bllli on' ask the city attorney to draw the Metro eervlre I the aaeoclatlon
697.98 Cleat *.wrter ef neat year, Palm Drive, expenditures now; up in ordinance cculng down I We reallae that million said It made I careful survey
This includes M,470 M 'In the Alternatives In raising funds I ire greater than Income,*' he('package liquor at<.rei on Sun- budiret has risen from 127 all of the library needs In Dade
general fund, 15(7805 In the j for the two operating accounts i told the commUilonen. I+daya, after Alfred Lloyd of NW I i prior to Metro to an Weare I County The lurvey showed it
water department operating ic. would Include Increaaed water Th. femmlaileflera decided I;13th Street appeared to aik!I time high of 16* million. was aald, that the majority ef
such action on behalf of him. aware of the fact that the the munlclpalltlea ire not readyto
self and other Negro: residents! mlllraga levied by Metro! at this turn their libraries over to
All 9 Governor CandidatesTo ot the city. i I II time la at an ill-time high Metro,
I Heard complaints of ex 0'' of 41.14 mllli per thouaand, Therefore, the aieoclatlon li
I connive noise after 11 pm. and we know .that Metro li In opposed to a library department
I from the Florida City Stile a serious financial etralght Jacket. operated under a county man,
Farmers Market, end directed ., el state law only allows
agr.
Appear At.Perrine RallyRepublican Police Chief William Faauto to 42 mllla to be assessed per stead the aiioclitlon li
enforce the intUnolieordinance
clty'i thou .nd. In favor of obtaining library
Howe\er, we ilncerely feel service under state laws, which
A political rally scheduled three In the Republican, Party candl. Instructed Cltjj Manager. EAGER SUPPORTERS ef Hoydon Burnt for governor that If this experiment In government allow a one mill las to be lev
for May In the Prr.Hne Shop. I dates are Kenneth Folks; H. E. E. Crowaon to order per.cone have ttcentty been hit stickers" ether called Metro la to led on property owner. for
James Smith, a member of who hue I piecing emong ,
ping Center will feature all I I the rally committee, salt ..11undld.le. B. roster and Ch.-lea Holley. i along the roadway junk can parkied i pieces, en ,street" traffic signs ,in Homestead area, survive the ,job Metro of reducing muit get the downto already building and maintaining IIbrarlri '
nine gubernatorial candlditci. The candidates wilt speak In the areas of the
had accepted the from a platform in the mid. move them or face action under at shown here. The photo at left was tektn at Ninth extremely high taxes and
Imitation. to the Street and Redland Road the NW county that are not at present
ipprir. die of Prrrlne Avenue In ordinance forbidding ; one at right at cut much of the fat and unneceiiary
The rally will begin at I Democratic Party cindl- front of the arcade j care to be parked. Second Avenue end NW Fourth, Street, (Staff photos) government expend) bring assessed for library sere
.
... VM. This mould amount to aIona
I
Directed Crowaon to adtrrtUe -
dates are Hadon Burns Fred There will be plenty of lures the budget .
mIll the
I In onInrorpoiated
pm.There assessment
are alit candidates (Bud) Dickinson, Robert tents to accommodate a large for bids for electrical Cotll'd. .doh'nl it present has
running for nomination In King High: Fred Karl, Scott crowd and (the rally li being (work on 1'alrr Drive, after the second highest mlllcaue aorl.tlo1off.r.d lital. the
the Democratic primary and Kelly and John Matthrwt. presented 10 that area reil- Crow ion presented entered I Taxicab. lit this tide of Washington, The o
tilda which been following aafeguarde In setting
had
}
.. .
dents will have an opportunity D. C., laid the i nri tion.
!without legal advertising havIng I llbrailea according to state
to hear all the candidates.Stoi'e "If this cannot be aceom up
been done the for :laws
by city
MORNING. ;the work, ,tai failure to have' meters Inapectcd he assumes the tad has met pliihfd by the county manager, e Hold a freeholders eltc-
I Heard from coning board and licencing' of the City stipulations fer Insurance, 11"* auggeit a charter ton of those who, would be
FireDamage chairman frank Behrendt mme cab In two municipalities garaging and ...1. llcenilng.We mint be placed on the
i
re.
I am o candidate I(I quett from Mr*. Lou Ttidale llomeileid and South Miami aren't being critical of lot for the return of Imtnd'j taxed. board
HIthe library appointed
r a for the office of High for reionlng five agree of Cab Inipecrer Jet Keeten city forces In calling this In. isn't Budget .. S by the governor.
JUSTICEOF : I I farmland for private tingle-, .r the Hemeitead Police D.> vntlgatlon and hearing Councilman -- ,I The Association acid It feels

THE Firemen from station four, family and duplex homing,, artment told the ceuncll that VUlllam Dickinson told Cont'd. (hat Metro at this time seems
,five and Since the lies when tail. permit la Inued, Keclon,
PEACEYOUR two other unite : some of property I to want to get around the state
F worked hour ,outside the limits -- --- Councilman Fred Rhodes
in Saturday night city MnTlidale I
law that the library department
VOTE FOR before they put out a fire it will be advised to con! Augusta MayorSanmlos countered, "If thea charges SeadadeOutdoor ao will operate under the
"His Majeity'i Men Store In the tact her attorney to see ..boulI (made by Mints) ire true we I
Metromay
that
Carl Weber Jr. Cutler Ridge Shopping Center, I having the county plat this : Crops need to be critical" Recreation Planning county manager ordinances ao allowing
-- --- pUt
I Metro firemen estimated the portion, and the city toning
MAY ithW.llleAppreclored ,fire did some >>3.600 damageto ,board li to act on the remainder : Ifomnleid Mayor Richard J. Man Hound Over I Committee to meet with Dade higher taxation than the one
the store and those on at Its next meeting. The Conlcy parlayed a trip to the County planneri to discuss Iilandii mill limit according to state
either tide ot It, Richards properly ii between Sixth and Masters Golf Tournament lastweek'wiih On Two Counts but Ignored the Idea ofa law.'The.
WEBER JR. Pd Pol. Alb ( summit meeting between the unincorporated areas.1
Bargain Basement Annex and Eighth Avenues and NW Third a promotion plug for
Butler Shoe Store and Fourth Sheets, this ireiAi Stephen L. Coyner, Biscayne tommliilon and the II Board. :' present pay 11.74% Of the to
part ot hit visit to AUKUIta Drive, was bound over to The plan for the develop Cal property tax," Ititel the
# Ga, Conlry presented Mayor Criminal Court Wednesday for mart of Iilanxlli ai outlined Association "If w* were ei>
South Area QeorM A. Sancken Jr, of trial on charges of breakingand yesterday by JUdd won the sensed one mill for library ear*
Dade
Director that city with a alieable aampl. entering and assault with tame one outlined by Coy Farit vice according to state law,
Ing of products of this arei'i Intent to commit rape Bryant several weeks igo. this would amount to around I
erectable and fruit ,trra. Justice of the Peace Sylvei Everyone who apoke from the U1>>J,500 per year. ,Dr. Frank
The Augusta Herald published ter P. Adair let bond at $2,500 floor was nnanlmouily In favor Sena, director of the Miami \
BarbtrShopit
_Lamp* 2000 SHADES a picture of Conley presenting otter hearing testimony of the of the Iilandla developmentand public llbrarlei, has stated h.
DRIVE.IN SOUTH MIAMI m-- LIGHTORAMA the frulti end vegetables to the victim and officer who Invei- resolutions from the MarIne can set up I good bookmobile
mayor, Bested the auault Council and the Tourist service for the unincorporated
HEIGHTS BARBER SHOP VH S8I2 Sttmet Dr. MO 7-8941 Accompanying Conley to the According to testimony of and Convention Council of the areas at this time for round
20111 South Federal Hwy. So. of Cutler Ridge, Rt | I For Limps & Shades tourn.menlI'l're Adrian Jacob the victim, Coyner broke Into Miami.Dado County -Chamberof ,n.,11%." ,
SPECIALTY CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS ), George Skill, Ralph He- the home by the pear door Commerce were Introduced I "We feel[ that that .method
HOURS--i30; A.M. t. 7 '.M. *. Open Fri tvn. Ripilri Acceiieriea bert and Bob Conley of Day while the woman'i hubsand was backing the program. ef sitting up a library service
Ilirberi NairtutHM Being Veur Limp For Fitting tone Beach at work Jim Maxwell, secretary of the In accordance with state law
PARKING FRONT & REAR BEAUTIFUL GIFT LAMPS AT DISCOUNT The husband arrived home Homeitead.R dland District la the belt method' and the
LEARN TO FLY ''I lOOn after the break.In and Chamber of Commerce paid, type that we prefer, elated the
Beauty Salons Lawn Mower Sale and Service |ln the "Compact of The Air I chased Coyner, but tell down "We In South' Dade: are hot aaaorlitlon "The almoat! $ZOO,-
The New Piper Colt after jumping over i fence opposed to the Iilandla plan, 000 left after the bookmobile
Palm I Plaza Beauty Salon] LAWN MOWER REPAIR SOLO COURSE $110 and hid to give up further pure but we do want to see development la Implemented will be a fine
MODERN SALES AND SERVICE DEPT, HOMESTEAD AVIATIONC mil. The woman laid she knew all over South Tide County alert towards permanent libra
(FOR THE DISCRIMINATE) Veur Autherlitd Dealer for Clinton Englnei and I 74031 I the accused man on I speaking and the Eeadade port la aJ) ties In the unincorporated
Under the Direction of the Well Known Parts for South Dade end Monroe Countiei --- ----I ibaila. vital part of this development.. areas"
HAIR STYLIST.,, MR. PETERS SRIOOS-STRATTON ENGINE PARTS DEALER I --- -- -

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ObituariesCharles ; I Hospital News I
Hearing Into Car-Train I I


Barrett James Archer Smith VERMONT Charles A I
Pellplt. Crash Fatal Slated
Charles Birrttt IS, ion of HOMESTEAD Charles R, To 3
Mr. and Mn Tom Reid of 17JO Brooker, Hugh Willis, Marion CONNECTICUT Edgar
SW 103 Ave.. Perrlne, died Leyland Alyce L. Cox Louie Coughlln. Justice of the Peace Sylvester killed outright and the third, they went haywire eve last
Saturday at Variety Cblldrl'a'i1I01pll.1 Scilafinl, Ann Clan Brown, BIRTHSHomeatead P. Adair will conduct a Linda Ciudell, died early Sunday weekend
In Miami from .I kid.III'Y Virginia Bauige, Migle E hearing, at 1'SO: today on the morning ,
condition.A Robert I* Layton, Jean 4th floor of the Justice BuildIng I The control. system loweredthe
ninth grade student It S. Arnett, Joan Crlggi Sandra Mr. and Mri. Eurell Cox, boy, Into the cause of the Adele Hid the hearing It to gates at least twice when
Mays High School ho "n ibo DeVine, George N. Kelly Lurlnda April I. fatal car-train crash at the Colonlil determine If any criminal there isn't i train on the
i member of Boy Scout Troop Q. Mowry, Carol Davis,: Mr. and Mri. David W. Drive eroding of the ligence wai Involved In nt"1 tracks and this caused riffle
357 Mimle Hammock Dorothy Brown, boy, April 10. Florida East Coast Railroad accident! to Jim and back up on U.S. >
1t Ro 'ley, Donald Bauer, Alton the night of April 3rd. Warning lights and Repair crews were tent nut
H survived by hit parents, Homutttd API
Irene St Clair, Timothy crouln'l I
Llndqulit
Mr, Three nenoni died n I re. gates hive been Immediately to correct the difficulties
and fll"Illtnl .
Mn. Tom Rid; McGuIre, Henry Buchanin Mr. and Mrs Raymond MBilboi
suit of the accident Two were crossing since the .
and
; three brother, Ron Salinas, John C.Kuck. .i boy, April I.
grandparents, )Ir and )In. .. T.sgt. and Mrs James R.
Jessie Birrett Bice, boy April 9.
I LEISURE CITY Elitibrth Nar.njahfr. | I
The funeral service will beheld
S. Robert., Donald E. Main, and
Mn. William F. No-
the
it
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Apostolic Saturday Church C.m.Perrtn Verne Hirdmin, James Walkup, bin, boy, April e. If you knew.really knev/ .
with burial in PinllM Car LJlllin Julio Belvle Dennis Mr and Mrs Earl Plnkelton,
dens In Richmond Height 1r. NARANJA Judith A. No. boy April 11 all the benefits of this
bins, Flora Johnson, Joe Lake, Florida City
Bilnei Funeral Horn In Coconut

Miry Plnkelton. Mr. ind Mn. Douglas 0.
Grove U In chars of Bays, girl April 10.
beverage you'd
arrangement HOMESTEAD AF8 Marvel never go a
,
V Bilboi, Ursula Bice. BAPTIST HOSPITAL

GOULDS Bernard Larsen Pirrlne Ana without It. Ask for it
Michael Daniels day
FLORIDA CITY Kirle Mr. and )1,.. Clarence Sim-
Bay, mom of 12010 SW 17Sth St a
Michael Keith Dinleli S
ion of Mr. and Mn. bilibDanleli MIAMI ST Marie Hatch, daughter, April S.Sunlland by name.
of 21801 SW 114th Marianne Keritcn, Charles E. I Ares
Court, Gouldi, died Monday it Stewart Mr and Mn. Russell Law of
the Nirinji Cblldren'i Home s 50 SW 119th St., a IOn, April
KEY LARGO
Myrtle Daw.
from cerebi! patoy.Ht 9. It's calledmllk
ion. Mr. and Mri. Charles Blanch- .
U survived by his par i, ISLAMORADA Mary Horn- and of 921 SW 102nd Ave., a t.,iw COUNCIL or sours rioaiB .ii.4
eats, Mr. and Un. Isaiah Dan. .: mcll. ion, April 11
Ills, three listen one brother CAROL WALKER end BILL MONROE, students ot
and pandparenU. Cutler Ridge Elementary School, put.the finishing I
The funeral service will beheld touches on a diiploy In their fourth grade In pro II I
Bilnei Fu.
at 2 pro. at oration for the "iprlng fertlvol" which will beheld
neral Home In Coconut GroveBurlit
et their school tomorrow, beginning of 5:30:
will follow at Paradise
Memorial Gardens In Richmond p.m. (Staff photo by Don Mailer) ; '

HelghU.y. At Cutler RidgePupils PlAY

Fitzgibbons h"

John T. Fltiglbbona, 75, a To Stage
former Homeitead resident,
died Sunday at Ml home In
Orleiby, IIIHt Festival
was a pioneer automobile Spring
d..I.er.and.. lived In Homestead
until ilx years ago.
I In Action" It the The Metro Parks and
Surviving are hit wife, Ann;I Ia 'Children Rebellion
daughter, Helen of Coconut theme of the spring festival! Department erected special!
Grove, and a eon, John T. (hat the Cutler Ridge Elementirjr light ind bleachers to iccommodite -
Pltiglbbona Jr., of Chicago. I School will\ have tomorrow the Urge crowd that li
Requiem mm wai sung winning at S:SO pm. expected for the event
I
April 14 In Holy F.mUyl Featured at the festival will
Church In Ogletby with burial be an out-door physical education High Planning
there. j II program, cake isle, and
|food tale, Including hot dogi, Sunday SpeechMayor
fish sandwiches, punch end soft
Nina J. SmithThe
drinki. Robert
King; High
body of ){n. Nina J. The physical! education program will UN the occasion of a
will be under the direction 'homeitretch' rally" to mak
Smith, 77, who died Tuesday,
will be shipped tlJ Wire of Mn. Mabel Ortit, Herb one of hli major campaign
Shoals, S. C., for burial Jacobson, John Webb Louis speech The rally, sponsored
She lived at Fowler', Trill Salley end in intern I by the Committee to elect Rob
er Park at 8200 SW 124th St The Parent Teacher AIM- ert King; High Governor will
Surviving are her daughter, elation, under the direction of be held at Tropical Park next
I Mn. Helen HUenhelmer, and MM. Margaret MiUUi, director Sunday.
one grandchild. of the Cutler Ridge ElementarySchool Free food, entertainment and
\ Phllbrlck-SUntlU' South Ml. cafeteria, furnished the band will create the atmoi-
1\ ami Funeral Home took cm large variety of food that will phere of an old*fsshloned
of local arrangement. be available "fun for the family day." I
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Qutltr! l1Ud t-ptrrine o t Is Withdrawn

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Enter (I U M.....4 fH Offl* .. totnt OtoM SUM*
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P.II..I' 1.1 r.bl/.h.. film "Oni U not without lit surprises for>> candidate
M""I.wiuti.vl .n.w t..d o..aat $1111., U Ironic that the fine
114L1'. t''III&.IIII.: Nh.Ir. )lib'. Way" .whose sneak aborning"( I attended and voters

....... CJ W/ln P. ia. C. ....11 it the Palms was shelved beCause Monday night's special meeting of
ah.l CI 1..... be thi
i of "expediency" and may Bot
k South Dade Political League dlicloitf
sub ,/I4Ns MIMI N ..! I ...".. II '1.IN.. Ill I i shown here (If at ill) for aom time
.'IV..,.et.Ul. bt ....... l1 _Ie w..Ylrl .. ..IaII4., U *M|. s fAll S endowment of Jerry Deuticb for Justin
I .m conitrilned to comment on the
_.s.k...,.... tkixM W ads*...4 U TW NB ... L.dw.PM this aenalllv treat- of the peace In DIstrict 4 and Clarenn
sudden withdrawal of
.. ... "......*. r......, IHM
H. .awnaq? (It** CMllM* *M ........... meet of a religious subject as portrayed Edwards for constable

term Otrtr," lit l-trrlM A.... ii by Don Murray In the role of Dr. Norman A standing ovation was given to Flog)
....., It. H.fH.. HIM ,
j : } Vincent Peale whose book "Minister to Minor, opposing Sheriff T A. Buchinn

: r i Millions" wu Mid to hundreds of thou
And U! appears that other Negro politic]
Basic Fears Essential sands
J groups throughout>> the Dad County Ire
ji 4i The director succeeded In capturing the

To I It ; theme with Infinite. unease without aacrl- coordinating their viewpoints with the
Freedom I '
Security, ,.e I 'w ; Icing the entertainment value of the itorjr.I South Dad Group tnaofar aa the sheriffs

I? am aware of some of the objection poll li concerned

The Museums of Natural HUtgrjr are load L to the fflm but the impact of id message I e

ed with the bents of extinct creatures who did j' ( is certainly not prohibitive for the evens

not have enough brains to be afraid. movie fan, regardless of personal belled. ., Dr. Delmif Solem executive director
4
Fortunately the human race did have 1 I of the Southern Shakespeare Repertory
the In the face of lome of the more Uwdy
intelligence to be afraid : afraid of ferocious f film fare acclaimed by patrons and preu Theatre and chairman of the department

animals fire flood heat, cold, disease and t I alike "One Man'a Way', stands out at of drama at the University of Miami, m.

starvation unique lira achievement for the family nounced new directors for the Shakespeare .

Fear I Is not cowardice it is caution, prudence with Hi refreshing absence of burlesque, Festival this summer, Included
naif-naked women, brawn display of sex
common sense and foresight. are Robert Lowery, a L'M faculty
... tl and other tlUlatlnf traah that pauel for
Any philosophy which proposes freedom t ji i' +7, motion picture entertainment member and Shakeipearean actor who, >> will

from fear is, In vernacular, a sucker proposition direct "Othello;" Hank Dlera of the drama

which can lead to individual and collective While "ODe''Mao's Way" should not department will direct "Merry Wives of
n be a criteria for Urn production It, never '
disaster. theleii, bas Ito place in the screen world Windier; Mrs Peter Wolf (the former

Today most men need no longer actively Our Readers Write whore variety li the accepted philosophy Jeanne Hart), who>> appeared in "Roie

fear many of the things that threatened their l and good box office. Tattoo," will direct "Much Ado About

j existence In pre-acientific pre-lndustrlal times, Nothing" and Dr. Solem will direct "King
but today there are still at least two basic Letters To The EditorLeague "
Lear.
fears essential to security and freedom. Election Day li won upon ui. And It

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The difficulty! lies in the tact that in our
highly complicated life, these fears are not In. Has I li fully aware, or should be ncstmcn and resident couldbe <=
fully aware, of the degree of devised that would result Jt Jft
itincthe and must be acquired by the individual. >
H'r
Best success that the Perrine Civic In the board functioning in u.
Opening League has had In uniting the public interest and not t

First l ls the fear of personal failure : the Editor: the people of the Greater for the special Interests, itBir B'II
Perrine Area. JAMES E, SMITH
fear of being unable to one's fellow-man
serve
On behalf of the TcrrlneXhoury It la human piture to resist President
sufficiently well to attract the economic and League Baseball As. new Ideas and changesand Perrine Civic League -==--M

monetary rewards to comfort and security. edition I would like to express I am cognizant of the (We agree wholeheartedlywith
our appreciation for all act that our people must become the need for a group as 20 YEARS AGO 25 YEARS AGO
Second t is the fear of too-powerful government of your help to our league familiar with and un. outlined by Mr. Smith have (Taken torn files .f the Htmeittid.
: fear of Your assistance in obtain (Taken torn filta *f the South, FlarldaIsnntr
that takeaway
government might laid and himon
derstand what we are tryingto ao, compliment L*.dr and Inttrprls, liiue *f Friday' ,
tog the services of Eddie South Old,'. first
personal liberty, accomplish before we can his efforts. The differenceIn newtip,
April tt, 1141)),
Stinky Harry. Walker arid expect to have their Interest opinion ia that he feels it In III first month .f eilstonc)
As we shall note, these fears are closely Ron Plans of the St. Louis and participation In the attain should be appointed by the

associated. Cardinals for our opening of the community County Commission; w* feel Mij. Wilbur A. Free of Homestead, Railroad men, in South Did to build
day ceremonies was invalu I believe that ...* all needto It should be orgailted locally aulgned to Bougainville ai I Marine
Let's talk about the fear of personal failure able. W* felt their presence do>> lens talking and more Editor) fighter pilot, shot down, two Japanese Henry Fligler's "railroad that went tosea"
This should start no later than the classroom made otir opening day the doing Your newspaper can Zeros within three days while escorting and to operate the trains that traveledon

where young people have the opportunity best ever. and should do mora to create M Marine dive bombera and torpedo bomb- It, joined In the tiny settlement's acthi
to learn to read calculate, communicate develop W* also em not begin to>> Interest and participation by social life wherever train schedules per
their reasoning facilities. thank you for all of the publicity our people in community Gems OfThought era over Rabaul New Britain They were mitted. Two. of them G. E. Decker and
the second and
you have given our third positive plane deitruc
progreu. William Atthorn, took leave to
league, Your cooperation lions for Free since he had left his in. accompanya
By parents or teachers or both, the natural Your newspaper ii a linebeet ) party of homesteaders on a 10-day dik
indifference of most children toward acquiring with ui baa bean outstanding newspaper and *lllt tructor'i Job at Peniacola Naval Air
log trip. Decker wu engineer on the Horn
and we are grateful.
skills tor which they have im provide a basis for keeping Station. to go overieas.
no
ALBERT A. THOMPSON JR. the people of Greater Penrive e lead Special and Atthora worked! is engineer
mediate use, must be overcome. ,
Vice President informed of the needs of the water train.
Thoughts of war were secondary In
Perrlne
Ideally, In its place should be the pleasure Khoury League and problems that we face.However THI mum Homeitead aa the race quickened for can e

of achievement for achievement's sake we must be far- I like the dreams of the dldatei for atate and county office and .
Service Center sighted enough to anticipate future better than the historyof the town Mall achedulca! were drastically changed
staged two political rallies in
The next phase in fear of future administrative re.
falling In one'sThis .
Jeffcraon. cutting out of
the r.t-Thom. one the most exciting events
Job. NeededEditor qulrements and to criticize Legion Park one for R. B, Chastaln,
Board
of the
constructively, and objectively running for county sheriff; the other for pioneer Cutler resident di-the

is the test of how well good work ) Lei Green, candidate for governor Candidates arrival by barge of the mail from the
habits and a sense of personal responsibility Your expression In Sun. I believe that the service We recollections are made wise of not by for other offices were invited to north. The new timetable called for delivery
the our
past,
established days editorial that welcome center board for the unincorporated of the mill by train it > and
were during childhood and ado you but by the responsibilities of share the platform at boUt ralliea. pro.
lescence. the Indication by Metroto community Is t am.-both during hours of darkneis.
Bem.rdSb.w
reject a proposal to createa needed now, and If it is not our future -George
Funeral services for Fred I. Pollock .
Frequently, a poorly prepared individual service center board to created now that It will have.
becomes an habitual failure serve the unincorporated to be In the near future Homestead deaf mute, were conducted In
fem and In aelf-de- Community of Greater Per I feel that while It would The future is always a fairyland sign language by the Rev Frank Phllpottof Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Horn took over
desldcg that his failure Is
not his fault rlne putzlca me, appear that such a board to. the 'ouni.-Geora' St Cloud, at the First Baptist Church ai ner.mlnaera of the Homestead Hotel. 4
but
that of the world in which he
lives Particularly In view of the would be politically Inspired, Augustus Sala of Homestead .

These are the people who want to 4so- fact that your newspaper, that a system of nomination The future Is purchased by Pollock, S7, had died of Injuries received If
clallze the world. being our local newspaper from among the local bust- the preient.-Samuel Johnson. In a highway accident. He A Mr
wu Wagner of Indiana bought 50
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fruit packer and had worked for Redd acres from Horace Wlckham for $2.900
Now let's talk about the fear o'f govern 1 Dry Clemen. and
ment. announced that he would move>> into
Your .
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Weekly a house
on the property and operate I

The old adage "Eternal Vigilance is the It was a TU-pound IOn for Mr. and trove already, bearing there.

Price of Freedom" Is not an old wheeze : It is Sire Frank Mizer of Homestead, and a .
basic law of lifP.Governmpnt. Bible Lesson ion for Mr and Mn. Melvin Brown of

Chokoloikee. Both babies were born In
Going to Miami
such
was an event
I i" Inevitably, naturally, and Jamea Archer Smith HotpltaL that the Banner carried
inescapably, the enemy of personal liberty. ; I' news !Items about
Family Relationships) virtually everyone who made the trip, and
This New officer of the Redland Woman'a visitors from Miami
U nobody's fault because personal nearly always stayed
ambition and desire for growth is just as insistent By JANIE P. HIGGINS Club took over their posts at the club'a overnight here rather than make the arduous -
annual
in the minds and hearts of bureaucratsas May breakfaitBy trip all in one day
In the private citizen SCRIPTURE LESSON: the supernatural impart the church u the body of
Ephesians 2126.: ed to>> the Christian (by the Christ. (Eph. 1:23)
To achieve! these natural ambitions government After our study of the Indwelling Holy Spirit) Verse 31: "For this cam
bureau must constantly increase their magnificence of God'i two. which Is free and availableto shall I man leave hit father For And About Teenagers

power over the people. fold creation of the universe >> all who desire it. 11* uses and mother and shall be .
and of man It la well to con- the ideal love of husband and joined unto his wife, and
Sometimes this Is done by force but there alder the practical matter wife to illustrate Christ's love they shall be one flesh." How Can She Be CertainOf

is a more subtle and effective method : secure of family relationshipa Paul, for the church (Christians of .. .
control over more of the Income of the people the apostle, does this In the all faiths). of this
and give it buck to them In return for obedience l. book of Epheslan., Verses 2927: "Husbinda Christ spoke rei.
Ion for a mm to leave his
vast love wives,
After giving a panoramic your even as
to the state view of God'a great Christ also loves the church parents, and He added "What Selecting One ?
One of the big truths in history, largely eternal purpotej he bringshis and gave Himself for it. That therefore God hath joined together Right

ignored today, I in that freedom is usually won readers down to earth in He might sanctify and let not man put
by blood and lost by handouts of the people the last three chapters of the cleanse it with the washing asunder," (Matt 1056)Verse : ) C. D. SMITH

own money book lie shows that the of water by the word.. 32: "This Is a great
There wa a time when It wall easy for the Christian's worship cornea Referring to Christ' love mystery: but I speak concerning THI WIIK'S LITTIRl NOW DoGHoosE=
people to detect governmental action to gain first (chapters 1.3) and then and sacrifice for the church Christ and the I really have a problem. I've ? .m
control of their the Christian's walk (chap Paul amplifies the thoughtand church.. discussed it with my friends,
over more income but
today .
tera 4.8)). gives these other tea- but none of them teem able
thanks to the deficit spending. concept createdby One of the moat beautifulpicturei ture. of .Chriit'a work for Paul often uses the discussion to help. If you could I wouldbe
the late Maynard Keynes this process can of the home aa God His own. of a practical problem grateful.I .
now be invisible intends It to. be It found in ai a springboard for the '
It consists of legally declaring public debt Psalm 128. It la further portrayed That He might present it statement of a great theological am U years old and I was

to be the lam M money In Prov. 31. to Himself a glorious church, ruth ..nd'Ice versa. engaged to a guy but we
This enables government to place its '/ not having spot or wrinkle, or He does both here. A "my.. broke the engagement be
I.O.U.'s the commercial banks and receive in The secret of harmony in any such thing; but that It tery" In Paul'i Epistles la cause of an argument
which it write the home is in seeking God'a should be holy and without something hidden from the H. has been oversell since
return deposits against
can guidance and ,,'wisdom for blemlbh." (Eph. 127): ). natural man or from previous last May, a month after we
checks and which represent unearned additions each decision, by all mem "Chrlst'i love-work for the agei The church at the bride broke up I've heard from

to the money supply bers of the family, "forbear. church li three-fold: put of Christ ia the outstanding him and he wants to start

Because this money does not represent the :ng one another In love," lea present, future: first for example. However he always over when he gets home when )'ou'",* met the right know
production of anything placed on sale it raises part of Paul'j formula to love lie gave Himself to redeem brings his readers back which wlU be very aoon. one? them that you like both of

the price of the things. that are on sale. avoid division and strife, the church (v.25)); sea to practical, everyday ChristIan But after w* broke up I I liked the first guy the No
"Love sufiereth long and In love lie la sanctifyingthe living. In this instance >> one tan ten you which
and
In ao doing it dilutes and reduces the met another guy who li alao moment I'met him. When I
Is kind love envleth not third, for he returns to his discussionof one. you should "choose," or
; ; : church 'v. 26);
value of all money, savings, and Insul'ance.This love \aunteth not Itself, la the reward of His aacrlflce human relations In the in service, I.uel. the reason met the second one, I hid no if either ia ..the one". This
I for him la because he Idea that I would
money is the source of the apparently care ever date >I.
not puffed up Doth not behave and labor of love He will home. your decision one of the
"free" government hand-outs which are the itself unseemly, seek- present the church to Himself Eph. 014.: "Children, obey la so good to me.lie's him.These most Important decisions you
secret weapons of ambitious bureaucrats and eth not her own, la not easily In flawless perfection, your parents In the Lord: for also asked me to have are the only two I will ever make.
politicians.The provoked, thinketh no evil. 'one pearl of great price.' this ts right. Honor thy marry him, but In a year and ever been interested In. We can only suggest that a

absence of fear of inflationary deficitIpendln& . beareth all things, be. (Scofield) father and mother: which a half. after he gets out orlenll" I've but this been with two many other, pappy marriage U based on
is lleveth all things, hopeth aU Verse 30: "For w* ar la the first commandment top them all. love, respect and cooperation
today
one of the greatest dangers things, endureth all thing members of His flesh and of with promise And, ye I care for both of them Indifferent Pleas tell me bow I can and add that marriage
to personal freedom within the free nations Love never faileth. (I Cor, His bones." Paul applies this fathers, provoke no*, your waya. Both have know which la red and how I. a partnership for life.
(By Fred G, Clark and Richard S. Rimanocty In the 13:4-8): tame principle to the rela children to wrath; but bring qualities that I like. to choose between them. Your heart and good
Sunihlno Service Newt of Florida Power and Light Co., tion of Christ to the church.He them up In the nurture and How do you choose between ova UIPLYj w, can tell judgment should your help you

March Her, Paul 1* speaking of thus uses th* figure of admonition of the Lord.. them How do you know you only what you already here.r. ,


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". April tA, 1M4 The NEWS LIAD a and CUTLER IIDOE-PERRINE POST Peae Flee
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Panama Bishop 1 i 1 Baptists Cantate Sunday


Planned April 26
HARVEST WORKER end ,In Revival
Will
Address end
clergyman ere one
the semei R... Abnr P. At St. Timothy'sApril

Frast, currently cjouru'
ing In Florida City. Sign At SMH 26 will be Cntt
Episcopal MeetThe ed on with a migrant form, t fainting: ) Sunday tt ilL Timothy
Lutheran Church
a Cutler
he chose unusual
crew, : A jubilee revival will' Rid .
open **
work ,In effort
Eplacopal BUhop of Panimi Rock, and alternates Earl ta bring Sunday at South )U.mlilelahtl
pastoral ministry te these The service will be devoted
<
Baptist Church, with Rev J.
will apeak it the ..2nd.0nu.1 Morey, Henry Brookrr and 4
without church, end t.h.lp to (Inglnc favorite hymns of
Ray Dobbins *a evsnsellit
convention of th. Eplt- CoL (ret) Charles Ivlns.
copal Diocese of South Florida, bridge' gap between The revival will begin it the the church The practice was
April II.23 at Daytona fleich.Rt From SL Filth'a Episcopal, the migrant end the cam 7.30: p.m. service Sunday and begun four years ago.
Rer. Reginald G. Gooden Cutler Ridge, will be Rev, munlty where he works. l will conclude it the 11 I m. The Mwly-orgwlsed church
will address the convention on Newton C, Wilbur, lay dele- service April 26. Services will\ orchestra will accompany the
opportunities for the church In gales B, L. Lathrop, William be it 1:30: each flight ill next tinging
Panama to affect the lift In B. Townsend and 0, B. Bur- .- I ......,. week, Including Saturday. rRIV
the strlfttorn country, dick, and alternate Donald A special service li plannedat J. R. DOBIINS
BUhop Goodea will alto ad. Duckworth and Leonard L> 1 p.m. April 25. together with' T* lid Jubilee Pinecrest Choir
dram the Episcopal Churchwomen 'iii.Expanilon. His Motto The Harvest i wiener rout, for juniors ind
of the diocese: who will of the three.mil : Reaping Intermediate between ages I Youth NotesThe I To Sing Sunday
bold their annual meeting at lion-dollar dloceian program to nine ind It
the came time n the dloceun meet need of the aging, college The Christian ministry can be He is trying te bridge the Christ and St Paul were "011 The Rev. )fro Dobbins li tuperlntendent Luther League of StTimothy' AtSouthminsterTh
convention work and church extension preaching God' word within a gap between these people and the move" with their ministry of missions for the Lutheran Church.
Attending the convention in Florida will\ be a primaryconcern church, giving counsel!, com the community, too, h* ssysII When harvesting Is don InSouth Miami Baptist Atioclitlon.: The Cutler Ridge* recently visited I chancel choir of fin**
from SL John' Episcopal of the conclave There fort and spiritual leadership to urges them to attend church, Dade, he will go la"'l South Miami Heights church service of two crest Presbyterian Church will
Church, Homestead will be will also be a the IU congregation, and admlnl. for example his crew to South to wn organized aa i mission under bus worship In rllg- sing (two anthem it tin I:SOm.
report on in effort to
Rev Earl Hackett rectors: dlocetan social aervlc program tering the affairs of i ptrtih. e e work with sugar beets, to Mich- hit direction It hat outgrown understand group the religion belief '. service Sunday at South-
It also be squalling in a gin for the cherry harvest, to IU preterit Ucllltlei, and minster Presbyterian Church.
lay can
delegate Kenneth IiI. which includes work with "I do a Utile moon-IlghUng of other
Iowa for tomitoe
more Mri J. Tucker be
)Markham Frank Basso and Cuban refugee and migrant, tomato field, working alongside on the side," say the minister a new educational building la They visited Tempi Beta Am, will tololit
Gen. (USMC ret) Lewli B, and a special urban project a harvest laborer with a humorous twinkle, "by .N'eit year I may branch out" now under construction, to be reformed Jewish synagogue In The Southmlnil Church
This is the unusual ministry preaching occasionally: : at' into carnival and rodeo work, I completed within the next six Kendall, and Mt. Zion D.p.tI.t holds services In the old First
chosen by Rev. Abner P. Frost, churches where I'ra Invited. he mused.. weeks. Church, Negro church In Baptist Church building In Per-
UCC District Fellowship; ordained clergyman: of the The unusual ministry is I downtown MIamI rise
It took weeks soul-search-
United Church of Chrkt. '
of United Church
project
I Last fill he signed on with new ng by Rev. Mr. Frost, who got Joseph Robinson "
To Meet At Christ Church a crew of mlgrinti, which I of Christ (a merger of Ev.n'eUc.I.Rdonn.d.Dd its bachelor of divinity from
Congregational
brought bins to Carpenter'. labor Christian churches). The United Theological Seminary In Temple Speaker I
camp In Florida City lie Is Minneapolis a year ago, to decide '
Christ Congregational Church conducted by district departmrnt -' paid the sam rate they are. Rev. Mr. Frost Is one of six If this wan true call, and Joseph Robinson, a.IDeI.le'
Old Cutler area, will be the ehah'men Mrs. Harry E. ("Actually I earn a Uttle less, young men who volunteeredfor not perhaps a form of escipele director of the American Jew-I
rent of a spring district work. Jennings, Mrs. Bowman" flinch'Icy because: I csn't work so I..U"! the work, intended to bring concluded that It was, and iih Congress commission on
shop meeting of the Florida and Mrs Edwin, J. Koyes h* says) lie lives it the labor a pastoral ministry to peoplewh intends to follow It ss .long as law ind social action .'11I1
United Church of Christ Worn-' respectively camp, In a Dodge pickup truck are not a part of any par 'he feels the call to do so, peak at S15: p.m services I 1
.n'* Fellowship Monday Mrs. Lester .'lll\ lead a work. which Is his "home. ish. What about marriage Friday it Tempi Beth Shirah
The session will open with shop on planning local I meetIngs S a Some of them work In cities. "Why does everyone bring Sunlland,
Sine Frost
registration at ':30 '.m. and Mr*. C. Harold Martin There are a number of dedicated clergyman grew hat up?" counters the 27-)'ear. H* I I. a noted authority on I -
Luncheon will be served at of Fort Laud.rdale.ate clergymen who travel :up on a farm In Iowa, hit old minister, who Is single, civil right and has appeared htiithjiii

noon by women of the host president of the Fellowship, with migrant, conduct cervices 'cultural choice to!laborer work among natural.agrl. "Actually, I feel sometime I'll before the U.S. Supreme Court
church on officer responsibility. for them and Sunday school was. meet a girl who will be Inerested In numerous religion freedom
Mr*. Fletcher C. Letter of Ther will be book pertainIng for their children and help I "I like to travel fc* siys In this type of work." cue. i iJJ !FUNERAL HOMEtSTABLISHtO

High Point, N. C.. will speak on to study areas for this hem with their problem as a "Also, I have a keen Interest
"The Growing Christian In,Our year on display and for pur minister does with a stationary I In folk lore, and folk songs
I
Changing Culture She Is ate chaw, congregation.But Many of these came from such I tttt
retary of the council for lay Besides Christ the Rev. )fro Frost's way roving people, you know." I
life and work of the church' at, South Dad Is different He has no meet. lie also point out that A&jeioaCHURCH
southern region.Workshops the denomination eonrrf'lt.tlon'l Ing place for his people, hold 109 NORTH KROMI AVENUE, HOMESTEAD
on iplrltuil life United Church of no formal services,
education, end witness will be sure City Whit Is his purpose then Center Speaker i : Circle 7.3131
"It's my hope to ba better
able to bring knowledge and Rev. Earle Hackett, rector of
PRESBYTERIAN understanding to these peopleby SL John' Episcopal Church of
Church CHAPEL working in the fields with Homestead, will speak on I I Serving South Dade and the Florida Key
WESTMINISTER hem," he say*. "I get to know 'Christianity' Borrowings from SERVICE

Directory CHRISTIAN SCHOOL the people and their problems, Its Judsle Heritage" it I pm Sunday 8:13-9:00 a.m.-Breeiewoy Drive-In TheaterOn I i 24-Hour Oxygen Equipped' Ambulance Service
ind counsel them I also services Friday at Homestead ,
praywith I '
MEETING AT them it time" Jewish Center. Kin, Hwy. Just Off U.S. 1 Rev H. S. McKelvey ;

I 15000 SW (7th Ave .
Charles E, Aregood '

ATTEND THECHURCH Phone JJW7M These Religious Menoges, Contributed la theCITIZENS Cause ef the ChurchIUSINESSES end

SERVICES Attend The Church Of Y. Community by the Following LOYAL and I
SUNDAY SCHOOL I::30 *m .THEY DESERVE YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORTI
WORSHIP SERVICE II am
(Come Worship With Ua)


OF PALMETTO Sincore Funeral Home Quik Way Markets Tom's Radiators RICHARD ACCURSIO'S

COVENANT 180N.KromeAve. 33 SW 8th & 1411 N. Krom. A... Owned and Operated by WMUy end Floyd Capri RestaurantFamous
( CHURCH Meat Mkt-Prsih Choice Meat Cut to Ordir Complete Radiator Service for ITALIAN a. AMERICAN FOOD
YOUR CHOICE (Evangelical I) Homestead, Florid.
Opn6A.M.toll .M. CI 7-4335 11It N. Federal Hwy.r' Feed teGe-Cl 7-1542
Meeting at
CORAL REEF, ELEM. SCHOOL U S. 1 and State Rd. 27-Florida CityHoppy's
7955 SW ISO St.UII48I -.. --
ST. ANDREW'SEPISCOPAL

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>> CHURCH Bible! School 10 A.M. Suddath Moving and
Moraine Wort hip 11 A.M.
MEETING AT PALMETTO I ..,WELCOME... Storage Co., Inc.
Rev, Albert J. Bengtson
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Minister 137 SW 3th Ave.017.4526Homestead : Gulf Service

10401 SW 74th Avenue Pin.landlPresbyterian Florida 341 S, Krome Aveo-CI 7.1931

REV. G. f, HOLLER Church Homestead, Florida
Rev George Damiron
Sunday, I.SO A.M., Service "I Believe Th. I
Forglvtneis of tins'
J Sunday School end Nursery Church Service Richards Implement Co., Inc.

1301011: sm. r rI
Hom.st.adCommunity SUNDAY SCHOOL-} 40 SSO N. FI.I.r Ave., 4 t yr City Auto Service
S Block Went of Caribbean ,
ChurchlitAve.nd4thStr Blvd. on Blue 'a.tcr fid. Hemeifead-Cl 7-8711 4 l gf JAMES DYKES, Owner

tNvy Weekly Kindergarten 51 N.E 2nd Dr.017.6177Homesteed :
Frl. Community Service 7.JO: pm ':'0.11:30: a.m.
SUNDAY PUBLIC SERVICE Cutler Ridge Ph. 23S-1142 1 Florida

tOO: m/-4.M:: p.m. First Church of Christ Complete Auto f> Truck !Repair
Special program for your Royal Palm Drug 1w
I ,
groups, TV, radio, school upon Scientist .
request toi US SE 4th St., Homestead 806 N. Krome Ave., Homestead ,5

Dr. Arnold V. Pent lOll 1111 I Lesson Sermon :3a
Homttttad Doctrine of Atonement Le',1L

Ministers: Rev. Paul' Pent Sun. Ji ami B 5. 11:00: Dixie Drug Store ,,. ? Homestead furniture
Rev Arnold Pent 3rd Wed., S p.m. / lias 'T. .::1 ,
NURSERY OPEN Federal Highway, Naronja) 35 N. Krome Ave.
READING!: KOOM at 338 Washington
Th. South minster Ave open II *.m. to 4 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA

PRESBYTERIANCHURCH p m. daily except Su and Sun Chu h SERVED ITS PURPOSE?

tat United Church cf Christ Rambler
Guy Caskey
alt, SW 170th St, PERRINE Merger of Concreiatlanal and

(Forrrnr tit Baptist Church) Evangelical, Reformed Church 29645 South Federal' Hwy.
I2t.Mil 29(00 SW J3rd Ct. Leisure Cltf Depressing tight, Isn't it? And what Is it W' TIll CHIlI" roa All' AU rot 101 CHliRtI Homestead Spic & Span Laundry
say when something old, familiar once-cherished,
SERVICE I.JO:: am I 1 Block block South West of of Klngmao Avocado Rd.Dr I once-useful has succumbed to the ravages of time The Chunh: i II the greatest 32 N1st St.-Cl 79674Leper's
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10.41: am It served its purpose factor on earth for the building .
SUNDAY Could all the churches In our town someday of character and good
DR. BONTE GRUSSING Worship 11 sm., S S. US *m. Ernie and Sons look like this? It i* a .torehoueof
spiritual
Pastor value. Without
Air Conditioned Point and Body Shop They could I
a strong church neither
Christian Phone Cl 7-0931 Fiberglass Work & Clan Installed Maybe they will,,,
So. Dad democracy nor civilization: Gulf Service Station
if they have served their ,
purpose can survive. There four
and Missionary 29945 S. Federal Hwy2473870Nick's are
ST. FAI'I'II'SEPISCOPAL if we don't need them anymore/ sound
reason why every Otis C. Lopr, Owner
Alliance Church Even if you haven't been getting to church of person should attend service
Avocado *> Klngman ltd. late, I think you'll protest that we DO need our regularly and support the 536 N. Krome ,..-Cl 7-2115

Pastor, Rev. E. W. Kenning CHURCH churches. We need the truth they teach the faith church. They are: ((1)) For bin HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
'+ they Instill the hope they inspire the God. own lake. ((2)) For his chile
Sunday School Ml:: I.m. Rev./YN. C Wilbur, Vicor Appliances riven strength with which they undergird our life dren' ake. ((3))) For the lake

Morning. Worship! 10:50: i.m. 10600 Caribbean Blvd. This I is the points I We ALL need of his community and nation.
A.M.F.5:15: p.m. Cutler Ridge Hotpoint Apetiancts-Solas & Service, churches. very our ((4)) For the sake of the church

Evening 7:00 p.m. Itself, which need his moral
17.A North Floglor Ava.-Cl: 7-5245
Wednesdiy 7:30 P.m. CE 5-8383 And to bring ALL of us to realize and fulfill and material support Plan Glades Prescription ShopE.
SUNDAY SERVICES
"!. n. H..ri .. Ulur Cite S .m.. !:::10 '.m.. 11 ...". our need. to go to church regularly
r.r n HMHI or ... PM ." Sunday School S::JO a m. That it their purpose I and read your Bible daily. Jackson

F j/tf Ii Ctwrlfki 1164,Klt AtMrtJiiix Swvfc*IM,ftruburf V* 252 Washington AvaCl 74541
First You ore Invited to attend Harry's Wheel Alignment l. _,,' iIii,
HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday ,
Christian CHURCH of CHRIST Dynamic Balancing/ II Samuel U Samue I Binge Exra Jeremiah Matthew II Corinthian.
7:1.9: 7:10.17 a:1-10 6:6.15 62:12.17 11:12.17 S:1.10Breeding's :
Church Which meets at 407 S. Flagler A,.., Homestead
(DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) Perrint

1001 N.E. King Hwy.
(I blk.West of Drive-In Theater) Community Center Bennett Texaco
Drug Store J Pan-American Tire Co.
Ilbl School' ...........:30 ...n. ScheduleBible (Formerly Turner Texaco)

Morning Worship ?..10:30 *.m School ,.,. 10:00'm. Eagle Army-Navy Store 202 N. Krome A..:, Homestead 916 N. Federal Hwy.-Homut.o. Specialists In Automotive Maintenance

Worship ,..,.,., 11:00' un.
The Public Cordially Invited 407 Park Place Homestead 47.S311 CI 7.3733 ,
Tuesday _00 to.. 7JO p.m. K".52.5987 29601 S. Fad. Hwy.-Cl 77124Th"rN'
Rev. Robt. V. Taylor





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I S. Dade- Home Demonstration Clubs Win In Exhibit I





Products Of Garden T r -
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And Kitchen Displayed ,. I 0 <. ) ,

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I y SYLVIA BARIIH Madeline Kundslel of Kendall ; .
Horn Demooitratkm Club won a white ribbon with a violet "
members from South Did I and a blue with bet white l' :. "
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County plsced Into. competition violet Mr*. U BestseLler of oJ ; ". '
of their Leisure blue '\ 'I'v'jIf\ 1to' \ )
tin products gardens City won a ribbon f .
t and kitchens .t the Cutler with/ her orchid. .
Rldft Community Center rridsy Mrs. Buckles of Redlsnd woo .
a blue ribbon with a sansvtrts, '
In C1u 1 melables, besnrrowa. Mr*. L. A. Alchlnger of Ken- ;N \
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by Mr*. W Retch of the daU won a red with her lily and I.rJ ,
Kendall club took a blue rib-'' Mrs. M. Brows of Leisure City -
boa. Mrs G. CriffU of the a blue with her begonia
Redland club woe a blue ribbon I Mrs. RenUcbler of Leisure. lf
with her radish and a red' City, woe a blue ribbon IIb..d.
ribbon with bet carrots. .. Mrs. L. A. Alchinger of
krt IB Herb. Mr* Arthur Kiu Kendall took a blue ribbon with MRS. L. MALLefRedloxdiClub
fea1K l In of Leisure City won a blu her fancy rolls. MRS. ARTHUR KANZLER
ribbon Mr*. L J. Bn of Red! la cakes with shortening. of Leisure City Club
land won a blue with her pepper Mr. B. Brown and Mrs. O. ... won 7 first prices won for hot peppers
*. Branseombs ol Leisure City
't Mr*. Ban received a white earned blue ribbons, Mrs. Bates .
ribbon for her eherrle Mn famed a red. Fresh Pole Beans Add
Rudolph Schswirt of Kendall In canned goods, fruits blue
earned ( blue with Surinim ribbons sent to Mrs W G.
chortles, hi the Class I Fruits. Henderson of Kendall tin. J. t To Your Menu
II Class I Mulberries! Mn MscEtoy of Leisure City and Flavor
Read took a blue robbon. In Mrs. McGrath ef Leisure City
Clam I Raspberries Mr*. V White ribbons went to ) .. L.Rentarbler
G. Headmen of Kendall re- and Mrs. L. L Bait I y ARDIS WEAVER '

erred a blue ribbon. Mr. Schmltt of Leisure City There art many ways to.
fruit and trim earned a son a shuts ribbon In canoed change the taste and appearance *
whit ribbon for Mr.. Kaatlerin tomatoes, )(.. Bsss of Leisure lief k'4 i 1 i rte.'. 'I of pole besns. The follow
the Class I mil City won a red. Mr* Ban also ing recipe will how how to.
In CUM n Horticulture Mrs. son a red with tomato Juice ? : I take beau from the realm of
Griffin of Redland took whit In canned! vegetables. Class the ordinary and put them Into
ribbon with bee ranittau and lY. Mr. L. L Ban of Redlsnd I clan for the gourmet
PRISCILLA WILLIAMS nasturtium Mr. E. Buckle took a red, Mrs. Ban and Mrs.
set ,,"4i., dots at Redlaad earned a blot with a. T. Buckle won blue rib- Spanish P.le leans
bar ***a ginger, whit with KJBS.Mr. S or I thin slices bacon,
her begonia and red with her I *. MscEroy' Jelly won a cut small
Bliss Priscilla WilliamsTo ""a,.. Mr*. Lariat woo, bite ribbon la marmalades U cup chopped onion
blue ribbons with errhidi and and preserves Mrs. TbompUns H cup chopped celery
amanlis and a red with of Leisure City and Mr*. Hens MRS. LORENZ AICHINGUt. MRS COLDIEDEDICOAT He cup cooked! beam
Wed E. G. Rhodes ,orrtiHMr 1If'r'l dereon of Kendall won red rib- displays preserve display decorated 1 (I or.) can tomato sauce

*. Kanifer sea a white I bans, and Mr*. Buckle won a won first piece BOOM eggs Salt and pepper to taste
f r'bboa)1 bet Class n Suck' white.Mr. first place winner 1.1 cup battered fine breadcrumbs
)f,. and Mrs. Lawrtsce J.'headed w&al and ImmnLlesScheel. Tray ermrewiNrt. tee fctoetfch Bsss of Leisure City 1 celery sticks
Williams of 'Immokalee Ha I u' Will rra'ule Ahre7 -r. bet Irrtaf room arrange-I'I'r. wan a blue ribbon with pickles. Fry bacon onion and celery cup raw
announce the engsgtmeat sad :s. sM: II t 55UYer lit the mot Md dried a M n. Bridge of Leisure City together until bacon li cooked 1 medium sized bead el
approaching marriage of their'j I aeaisr ess and ttf t.M Future I Gctee' Jordan of the lIIf1It.l loot a red Social Notebookby and vegetable tender and lettuce
daughter PrUtOIa Cks. ..I--ur. A..uataoaMr. (club wna a stile with a Mr*. J. nil won a red ribbon irowned. Add pole beam tomato 1 cup cooked! ham, In
Ernest Gene Rhodes, son ef 'room arrangvaMsrt. aid with relish or chutney, .sauce lilt and pepper; slivers
Mr. and Mrs. Casey F. XhoMef Rhodes aJeW acted SUnrtrr! wm twe blue Ihil'l l lI I Mrs. V. '!bom PUu. Mrs. MeCrsth I Virginia H Williams mix welL Turn into treated
V4
Swiss
Pompano Beach, Fla.Miae t w Arcadia and baunbales and .like and a palette' and Mrs. Xentschler tad aiterole top with crumbs, andbake cup cheese In
I sen.l wttk the Marines tor-I, strips
meit '!11If&. An are ef the Leisure at 320 degree for about
WU a.. U tit* pat,,tan* ,.. At preeent be is 1 la Teas n Blooming plants City club Miss Patricia Blackburn 4 year old IOn of It and Mr*. It minute M cup mayonnaise
rnaddaifkter .f the tale Mr aaracrt l si b> tether in, student at Rollins College, Kenneth James who undir Serve 4. 4 tablip chill sauce
and Mrs. I. S. M wry. ,w the farm praises tuiamew.Eaitfcnte I Winter Part, bas been elected went heart surgery In March, 2 tablip horse.radish
steer reskdats W tt>cftte.A. sad meads are eii treasurer of r Is now at his home 2173 Alabama Pete Beans Ovatamilin
sad the grsaddsghMt eC Mr'''bDW trrtatiom ,. the I I Calendar Of Events II PI Beta Phi Avenue, Homestead Air Cook 1 pound pole bean In'' Let beans, celery and cir
sad Mfs. C W. Little .f 24 nr,asUntC''tidal sill place social sorority Force Bu*. He Is reported boiling salted miter until ten :rots chill In the French dm
Fourth Etmt. H nMite>kLwaa Be'' As.rl : art T .'el ek ia tbnOurck .' UMMJ.CE VUI Friday the Grand Chapter on the Rol continuing his good progress' den: drain. Add 1 cup .'ell.1 lag for 2 hours: drsln. Break
hors b Baa -(*J alUd XtCbn4Jllt in 7nnnokacsa. and Saturday JOT 3!. Krwne RUMMAGE SALI, Saturday lira, campus Inward recovery. seasoned cream sauce Just,lettuce Into I pieces and ir,
bars mmtfl the yMrt are r.- hard Bow will Avenue. across trom Ertfdmg !Gets I a IlL at Goulds Supply She I 1. a sophomore i ap e tefore serving, add shredded 1 range around the edge of iliad
she she .w.J with h r *.. .acrnae A rKBJlUOtl wW folIrr | *. sponsored ty First CJmsItUa Cn nxt to the dew post office ma- blanched almonds (amount optional bowl Tile drained! vegetable,
Ths Links
nota to laaae.otals.. IW a- a the dumb weasel hall \' Church 'Woman fenpleI Itnuildmj. The aale Is sponsored jorlnc la mss Three Club of ). him, and cheese strips In !thcenter
I asked to wring rummage Thursday [tor fee Cutler ,Ridge Woman's. thonati .. Liberty Rebekah Lodge was Serves fChef' of bowl Beat togttor
entertained at the home of
.after ".m: 'CIA ,'fh1I1b- '.), Beat Salad the mayonnaise, chill siuceinrf
Dan
Mrs. Arrowood In
PAULINES Salon ef f Beairyf : -' SOUTH DAD Moo Lodge tar of Mr. Goulds. Mr. Gertrude Xsp- lb cup French dreulnf bone.radish, spoon o'rr1\ $
Elementary
tieVA KING 'Cooper and
Parent Teacher Association hOt sill bold Installation of Mrs. E. Mrs. Williams linger and Mn. Arrowooi 1 cup sliced.pole beans, and serve Immediately I ,
Set ..4 Siisxsnev $6.op. meets tonight at I officers for the Dew year April B. Blackburn were hostesses A tape recording cooked Serves
1* at t m. In the lodge ball she I I. a 1962 graduate of 1 cup 2 Inch carrot sticks,
p of the
] .iO meeting played
tMiD
Mrs. Judy
PAULINES Salon of kitty p.m. Florida Members and South Dade High School cooked
speak on the subject "Our Seniors City. back to those present, wasa
guest invited. A pot luck dinner e e e surprise of the evening. Dig And Dream
Pass, But Doe The System' -
Hair CeI.riett.PAULINES. Srnfpiay.&r V ShA"
win follow served by the
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Welsberf e e farewell Party
Salon of leanly Home of the Moose of Cutler Ridge, re A Preferential Tea at the Garden Club
HAM DIMM ft. Satsrdiy. S erntly entertained Mrs. Wellberg's borne of Mrs. John Msttson
fee '......Taus W"1fIw ScJes' s..a to I pm. at Maeosuc Temple,. Book Review brother, Jerry Lassie climaxed: the Spring rushingfor Given For
Princeton epoaaered fcy Naranja and his wife, Helen of El- Delta Mu Chapter of Elects Officers
PAULINES Salon el leanly Chapter OES. TkkeU: on Open To Public mont, N. Y, Donald and Ellen Beta Sigma PhL Rushees accepting avid Kirks
sale by member *r at tilt door. two. of their five children Newly elected officers fff
invitations to join the
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Mr. A Malt Heir Stylist, 7 Ope setwsI
fcer.
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AD ASTIA Chapter. DES Mrs. Steryla Hunter will review accompanied them on sorority were Mrs. Lamas Mr and the coming year for the Wg
I of meets Friday t p... at Bone- the book, "Friend I their trip.( Bevls .ire. Edwin Ctrl :h, entertained Mri George Brnci and Dream Garden Club art
PAULINES Salon Beauty stead Mseosuc Temple. Mrs. Have Met in Books," April 21at e Mrs. Cecil Henderson, Mrs. Leggetts the employes of Mrs Jeff P. Hill, president)
Store
Robert K. Petersen, the East Ridge Retirement Mr. and Mrs. Ktlly C. Larry Blaylock and Mrs. Joe at their home Dreg la recently Mn Robert Built,., lint vice
snatrM. .'iI give bet .orth'j Village st 7:30: p,m. The public Burton ef Alexandria, V,., McKellar.S eights. South Miami president Mr. George War"
Is Invited were recent guests of Mr e e rington second vice-presldent;
Mrs. Jam,. Kellogg chilr- and Mrs. Ralph Temples. Mr. Miss Dewetta Bradford, The farewell party honored Mrs. William Leverett, record
man of the review being sponsored Burton Is a civilian chief of daughter of Mrs. Sbil C. Mr and Mrs. David Kirk whore mg secretary! Mrs. Victor
i by the Cutler Ridge the Air Force's materiel procurement Bradford, returned Sundayto I leaving for Wisconsin tomake Jensen, corresponding secretary
Woman's Club has ticket for division with headquarters Judson College In Marion their borne and Mrs. M. L. Klplln-
..1,. Reservations may be la the Pentagon.Michsel Ala., after spending! a week's I gar, treasurer.
made by calling bet st CE *. e e spring vacation at her home Guests were Paul Moncado, I
140L Coffee will be served. James, the four on NE nth StreetHARDWME I Kathy Simon, Lottie Brinkley, Installation of officers will
I Mr. and )rr.. Gene CUlis Mr. be held at a luncheon at the
r and Mrs. Jack Haynle, John Palmetto Country Club at 11:30a
1 Berkdoll Evelyn Payne Mr. .m. on May I.

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YOI1R e1 ena I SUPPLIES Mrs. Walter Sweet, Mr and I'' Into the club are Mrs.
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Hubbard-Brooks Nuptials

News "V orld's Newest Nations'Subject


Vlrflnle R. Williams, filter Solemnized In Bride HomeSandra

r Of Woman's Club
Dais Hubbard, daughter
of )II', and Mrs. J. 1.. A ? Jr
Hubbard of JWO NW Sixth

Avenue, Homestead, becamethe Meeting Tuesday EveningOne
bride of Airman 1C Mar.shall .

De.'ayne Brooks, son of

kl Mrs William 0. Bile of Chicago t of the world'g newest nation, the Federation of Malaysia, and

and Richard F. Brooks its challenging neighbor Indonesia will be the subject of the April program
of Tuscumbli, Ala, Friday meeting of the Woman'i Club of Homestead at 8 o'clock Tuesday, April
S o'clock In the
evening at
i 21 at their clubhouse on.NE Third koenue.
r 1 home of the bride .
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a e MsJ. Wllllsn VsnNormsn,

Rev, Otis Garland, pastor of homestead Air Force Base, will more than casual concern to George Manson, chairman; Mrs.
First Baptist Church, official review the recently published Dr. Urn's friends In \Homestesd Ralph Matousek, Mrs Raymond
ed at the double ring ceremony book "Birds' Nests In Their The program Is open to the Chrycy, Mrs. Thomas
'JJf4 before the fireplace lo the llv Brsrds" by William Stevenson public with a specie! Invitation: lludion. Mrs. Robert Hess, I
I Ins room which was decorated! which gives the background of to Interested students Members Mrs. Lloyd Hicks Mrs Irving
with pink chrysanthemums and Indoneils's post war history. of the International Affairs Peikoe, and Mrs. FrancisRogers
and the emergence of fresl Department are Mrs. ,
greenery with burning tapers ant .
t dent Sukarno as a power -- --- -- -
In candelabra on either aide. possible threat to the East
)I ra. M. E. Toiler, organlit, Asian community Malayila's Miss G I-
played the traditional nuptial story will be told through Gerry

music, colored slides provided by I
a e
Mrs. Atetta Ramsey, one of
Tha bride wore a street Homestesd inveterate Globe Honored At
tenth sheath gown of pink Trotters. Party
chantllly lace over peais da
sole. It was fashioned with The program Is presented by
I Ms! Gerry Garner, whose The Hit Included Mrs.
lone sleeves and round neck +. tvr the International Affairs De. guest
line, complemented with a partment and Is the result of a marriage to Michael Savoy, will'I Bobby Drlllnger Mrs. Pat Ban
floating panel from the shoulder deep attachment and persons! take place May SO, was given ulster Mrs John Moore, Mrs,
to the hem In chantllly lace, friendship for Malaysia which a miscellaneous bridal shower
Graham L>'les, Mrs, Homer
came about through the depart: last week at the home of Mra.
She phataenopela wore a matching and carried headpieceof a i, ment's primary project for the Calvin Chalker, NW 10th Bagwell Mrs Dennis Carpenter
trl pact three years, entertilnlng Street. Mrs. Chalker and Mrs Mrs Evylee' Aarsnt, Mae
'THE LITTLE WHITE HOUSE' Gallery et the south bouquet and phalaenopsls.of pink sweetheart roe.es foreign visitors for the U. S Parrell Portion were hostesses, Mstilds Beckhold, hire George
end of the Ferrlne Center has dii- State Department.Dr .
Shopping now en Koberd
v Mrs James
Wright
Yellow ,
and while carried
and Mrs Um h. Aun out
14 paintings 'by Ermlo Route. Mn. Marian
Play
hire Mary Bryant was matron 9 ,, RJ RJJ of Milsjls were among the the color scheme and the refreahment Miss Helen Mope, Miss Antlonetle .
Croix, who Is presently teaching a free punting of honor She wore a beige entertained the table overlaid with Moye, Mrs, Olin Wright
first by
guests
class en Mondays from 1 to 3 p.m., Is seen OelUlt.In. / chantllly lace ensemble designed Women's Club and s continuing a yellow linen cloth, was centered -I 8r, Mr,. Grady Lofton, Mrs
one of the pointings. Apprexlmorely 150 people with long sleeves and round personal correspondence with an arrangement of Walter Sullivan, )lr.. Carl
viewed the pointings Sunday of the (4rtOMlld.eto neckline. She wore aqua ac- hit kept the club informed and yellow gladioli and carnationsand Norwood Mrs. Roger Brandenburg
,... pointer, which will/ be on display until Moy miseries and carried a bouquet Interested In that country's atfslrs. Snails daisies with two Sr, Mrs, Roger Bran
5. (Steff photo by Pen Phlf") of yellow rotes and |hal- It was with much pride gold wedding bands In the denburg Jr., Mra. Albert Bus-
tenopilt. that they learned that Dr. Um ,center sey, Mrs. Ronald Peeples Mrs.
April Films ScheduledAt Dean J. Page served as thegroom's '' was a delegate to the London Mrs. Walter Sullivan pre Ruddy Roberts and the bride
best man. Conference and a signer of the sided at the punch bowl. The elect's mother Mrs. Rufus
a a 1 Malaysia Agreement which shower cake was Iced In yellow Garner
Camp Owaissa Bauer A reception followed the joined Mslayla, Singapore, and "'hit*. Guests were
ceremony. The lace covered 1AIRMAN Sarawak and N, Borneo into served refreshments 01the
bride's table was centered with the new Federation of Malaila Personals
Two Wednesday evening Urn Lake City, Gold Head Branch patio
an arrangement of pink carnations *
In September of last In
year The hostesses Miss
to the public near Keystone Heights Little presented
programs open : and pink tulips. )11'.. done III" policy of "Confronta-
free of charge, will be present Talbot Island near Jacksonville Walter Sullivan kept the bride's AND MRS. MARSHALL DEWAYNE BROOKS lion," announced by Sukarno Garner with a pink carnation Mrs Sybil Bradford was
ed at Camp Owilua Bauer and Fort Clinch near Fernandina book. Mrs. Leroy Fontaine of (former Dole Hubbard) as a means of destroying the corsage which matched her pink the dinner guest of Mrs.
eyelelte dress She Mildred
April a and April D, reapeclively. Miami and Mra. Clarence Photo by Moitlond Studio new nstlon, is therefore of a shower of gifts was under presented Shlelr.Hendrlckton and daughter
Sunday I la their
The second movie, Fishing
the punchbowl
Brooks presided at
The films will begin at T:SO The 49th, the lashing speed of and cut the wedding a_lice and silver umbrella. home on NW Ninth Court.OU'UANDIN'AI"U. .

p.m. In the recreation ban at game fish fighting the hook, cake hiYv
the camp which Is tested oa the majestic splendor of Alsiki e a e
Bauer Drive north of Home and a flavoring of good humor After a wedding trip In the '
stead. spice this outdoor Mm. Filmed state Airman and )fr.. Brooks r
The program for April Z2 In Kitmsl National Monument will live In the Patio Apart
will Include fltrl...'. flare forested park larger thin Yellowstone tnents on NW 11th Street. :: DADELANDSYMPHONY I
Parks Invite Yw. The movie and located southwest M.... Brooks Is a graduate
visits Manatee Springs near of Anchorage, the film relates of South Dade High School
Chlefland OLena near High the adventures of a young cou' and Charron Williams Bus!.
Springs, Quitee Battlefield Bear pie on an Alaskan fishing vscs' nesa College She la employedas
linn a bookkeeper for South Dade
The films scheduled for April Tomato Packers. Her husband
OES Members 2Wh are: Kina *f Alaskan teas. I, stationed with the 10th Clvl CONCERT
Rough seafaring action In pursuit Engineer Squadron ., Homestead
Act ive At State of Adsq the giant Alaska Air force Base. Under the Stars11FJBIENSEYJTZKY
react
crab This film shows how the J
king crab provides us with s
rand!' ; Chapter virtual h.rvtallrom the set Ina HAFB Club

new development of our nor .tenor..Ales mer.ee ee
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peterson them frontier, High Country To Award .wirajrn v MUM STwIIom nt1I.
worthy matron and Helltfsy, an Melting color film
worthy patron of Ad Astra on camping .Ace, + f 1 PPM rage e10auasf
o.on, Order of the Eamt.rsStar The film showings are soon, Scholarships e ThcpusLte a.e.aan.w w ....,.preer n M ?
returned from Jackann- iored by the Cede County Park \,
vllle Saturday where they attended and Recreation Department The Officers Wives Club of

the (9th Annual Ses- Information regarding future I Homestead Air Force Base,. RELAXING ABOARD the Cermon hip, Honseotlc, after o weekend step 'in
linn of the Grand Chapter of films for this season may be will award two merit scholarships Nossou In the Bohomot, ere Mr. end Mra George Moiton, NW 13th Street end r *i
Florida I obtained by calling the camp this year In the amountof 10th The Hom ited
Mr. end MM. Von Verl, NW Street. popular couplet April In Paris
Others attending from Ad office CI 7-6018 1260 OWC each. scholarship committee took "time out" from 0 busy schedule to visit the lilond. Mr, end Mn. Moxion,

Aitra were Mlis Either Livingston The hss drawn up the rules\ left, own end operate Moxion Marine Mart. Mr. Verle, recently retired from the

past grand m.trolof JillMallorySt'ulentsln of eligibility and point acsleudglng Air Force, I It soles representative for Conley Chevrolet Company ART SHOW
.Florida Mrs. Grace Nightingale which I. outlined on

Pearl, associate Tate, put matron matron J Mrs Mr. Mfimi; Ballet I I available the application at the forms Guidance that Office are- Delia Mu Chapter El eels New OfficersNewly I WATCH 100 OUTSTANDING ARTISTS

and Mrs. Jerry Wlnslanley. of South Dade High School AND SCULPTORS CREATE. e e

past matron and patron. I OWC functions and the eaihler's elected otrlcell of Aaron Hutchlnson and Mrs The cultural program which
Mr. Peterson was selected to Jill Mallory'l Studio of desk at the Officers Open Dells Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma ] followed the business meeting .AidS
grand sweat Dance will be represented at I ) be the personal Men Phi Sorority,are Mrs. Melvin was conducted by )Ir.. William icuirioti AH iNvrriD re n.mm .
Warder Mil the Miami Ballet and corresponding secretary
for the Grand Spring Concert The scholarship will\ be given Day. She
Mrs presented some
Devon M'kl.) at the Installation Saturday evening at I to two high school aenlois, es Morrl.lIre Poe president president) J.m'j ) Mrs Cecil Meads, treasurer of the baste principles of drawing ANa .ltt.AWA1o$ ro'
ceremonies on Friday ev- o'clock In the Dade County Auditorium based on scholastic achievement and showed some examplesof *
Weak comma AT DAMON
Miss Livingston was appointed Miami.
enln, leadership and character
I II Mra. Bud Kimball Mrs. Larry portraiture and sculpture
chairman of work for Appearing 'In the "Emperor's time this WeekGov.
At the same year Clean-Up Robeit The member then modeled clay
and Mrs.
the elate of Florida and Mrs.,New Clothe ,,11be\ CardSue the Bate Thrift Shop will award Ferguson and exhibited
I Collins Impromptu clay
elected delegatesto
Tale appointed to serve en the Cuppy, Tat Greer, Becky I a 1500 acholarshlp grant' Farrla Bryant has were figures of their own. ''
proclaimed Beta Phi Coun -o
Sigma City
Grand Chapter publicity com Hull and dependents 1 DADELAND' :rt =:
Wendy and Paul,that will be available to April 10.25 as thl.ear' Mr*. Day was surprised with
mittee. Mallory, Wendy and Paula of all military par-
evening Mr. annual Spring Cleanup a baby shower following the NOUN KINDAll Da.WMIII sled Mini MUMTTOAmerican
On Thursday will appear In solo parts, tonnel aailgned to Homestead Week In Florida. :
and )fr.. Peterson along with. Paula Mallory will be a soloist Air Force Bate, I VICKY'SBEAUTY meeting
other worthy matrons and patrons In Echoes of Vienna. Selection criteria will be The purpose of the emphasis",
from this area were hoe Sibie Ann Gcrhold will appear similar to the OWC scholarships on the week is to urge Florid. JU
....11'. for the reception honorIng In the junior presenter but financial need will ans to clean up danger areas STUDIOCE '
Mrs. Adele Robertson Jon of Jess d' Enfant be Included In the point scale md eliminate hazard that are 8.3632

newly elected worthy grind Accompanying the performers bails. harmful to life, property, 1295 IW 141 SttPvt Res) 64 Rambler
matron of Florida, who lives In will be Jill Mallory, Don All applications must be re- and health. Model 6306
Miami. The 1965 Grand Bastion na Hall and parents. turned by May 1.
will be held at Miami as low
Beach In May of next year _

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Mrs. Henry H. McAleenanand ELECT
Mrs. Cue Harrison are eo- I tlHEAT
hostesses for a baby shower F.O.I. Factory
of Mrs. Bob ,
tonight in honor ConwayCONSTABLE.District "
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James G. Stewart
More thin SJ guests have I
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,""',-- Pilot Who Bailed Out Over Ocean Writes Article


That Was Week:



That He IlopesNever Army Facilities Being Constructed.



A new building, Identical to' Awarded Medal, .... 48, arrived here, lucreedlng! highest riling given. ceived a certificate of eppre-
Returns I the one DOW housing but head. U. Col. Sheldon W. Klrtner I Members of teem No. 1 were elation from Gen. Paul D.
quarters, li DOW under con CMSst Ralph i. Stiles recelved With TheAIRMEN who served li base deputy T-Sct. Howard E. Bennett loid- Adams commander of the U.
itructlon on Bougilnvllle Road en Air Force Com men. commander of civil engineeringfor Ing team chief; SSfit George 8. Strike Commind.
Milton Jerome Stewart hops bt never has another at Homestead Air Tore J.... ditton Medal from CoL WelterCillihin the put two yeen.Klraner F OooM y, safety monitor; The certificate wit awarded

week like the ont lust ended. The building, scheduled for' of maintenance, deputy lilt commander hn been named chief A.1C Ronald L. Smith, A2C. for the professional winner In
week. of the mlulle branch it Eighth Ctrl D. Anderson end A 2C whtrh{ Keith performed his, du
completion In March 196J will
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Stewart, i 20)fir-old Army missile specialist ...In. house the commend and idmlnlstritlve -I Stiles wn stationed In Viet "'., Air Force, Weitover AFB David M. Dopier, ties while on temporary duty
ed to Homestead Air Port Base, *'n tilled borne to BiU sections of the' Nim during the period the M.... Team No. S wn composed ofT with USSTRIKCOM. Col. Frank.
tlmore on emergency leave because hit father was dying. Army missile unit tables are medal wn eiraed. While there, Waiters, a veteran of 21 years -Sgt. Willie Macon tram chief; tin A. Nichols, wing commind'
without it present. spread out around lie served! ei an advisor to the military. tervlce, hn I totil A-1C Harry J. Murray 8.Sgt. er made the preicntiUon.Aurheri .
He drove the entire distance stopping hop .
Vietnamese Air Force of 19 In the civil engineer.Ing Article
the hue.Civil He I. years Richard H. Bolln A 1C Mich-,
log to get there In time to now eulgned to the IBth Bomb business, H. was lilt is- ill Shlfrli end A.K Corvln E.; Cipt. Jemei R. Milner, the
speak with hit father engineering offlolito. report Wing at Homestead signed to Lorlng AFB, Me. Anderton. I subject of front page notice In
He dIdn't make It. that the lime blue-print A graduate of Miami Senior The teams wens rated on l.nu.7I'hen he billed out
yaT Coming beck Saturday of the present base beidquir- He served with the wing durIng High School, Walters wn born safety, efficiency, speed and of his Jet fighter off the coast
morning after the funeral mere li being used for the new World War It In Auitrilli In Coral Gables, team work of Miami li now the author
he pulled! Into I service building. and New Guinea It li then that Education Award Given Plying Cress i of an article for the "Interceptor
he received the silver
station In Marlon star with U. Col. P. A. Trevlnnl lath Air Detente Command
County Cipt George D. in
The flag pole will be moved cluster W'llOn.j
Just In time to witness a .between! the. two buildings for \ Bomb Squadron li one of the loath Tactical Fishier megiilne. .
robbery and see the bleeding use by both Army ind Air The 101 cltlten.soldiers who first Homeiteidltei to receivethe ron wit awarded the Dlitlngulthed .; Not too surprisingly, his ir-
Strategic Air Command tide deals with procedures for
itation proprietor wing Force In retreat ceremonies. mike up the JOlit Air Rescue Flying Cross his
r+ one of the fleeing thieves Other buildings now under Squadron (Reserve) hive final Outstanding Education Achievement second one while serving ejecting from the F194 Stir-
with e shotgun blast construction Include in Army I by received! recognition for their t A..rd. with the Vietnamese Air roree'l fighter, which he flies
The award li given for eo Milner ejected from his elr
Authorities delayed Stewart barracks cut of the bile chip- efforts In the put eight years He distinguished
educational points which cm be craft it 1,000 feet! traveling TO
heroism while participating In
several hourt to tike el, a vehicle maintenance atop ,
hli and a new dining bill also The squadron hn been iwird- garnered through Armed ,aerial flight li a liaison pilot I knoll an hour when he diieov
and told
testimony, scheduled for Army use ed the Military Air TransportS Forces IniUtute, Florida Stale advisor near Tiy Nib Vietnam ered engine failure end lick
him he
may have to return e r v l lee Outstanding Unit University e a d Extension The medal wn presented to of electrical power.
Lj when the cue it tried. Air Condltienlni Award for I 6Jr one of the Course institute courses. Watson by Lt Col.! Alfred King, After a near.perfect ejection,
Late and due hick at A 1117,960 contract hn been! highest awards en Air Force Twe Teams Cited commander 308th TFS, and lethe Milner drifted down Into the
\ .. A the bate to sign In from awarded to Roy L. Milphui unit cm earn KOIIXT W. WALTIHI Two missile loading teams second highest decorationIn eight.foot white caps of the

leave, the mlwlleman nn Inc,. Wliml, for work it Home. Jbe: SOlit ARS wu selected Squadron C.O of the 29th Munitions Milntenence peacetime, Presently the South Atlantic
i Into pounding rain on N. Krome Avenue about I pm. stead Air Force Base for the award because of the I Squadron recently received 3Mth It on deployment to Turkey Wet end cold Miner wu

I: When a loaded trailer truck whined him and The contract it for repair and iquidron'i superior perform. Homestead Air Force B...'. "hlgheit qualified" performince picked up by e rescue helicon*
I. put modulation of 1,272 reverie! nee ei I unit and ei recognl-! civil engineering operation recently ratings from the Given Certificate er after being spotted by search
splashed muddy water on hit car windshield, Stewart cycle air conditioning unit In I Ion for each Indlvlduil'i eonS I underwent an exchange Strategic Air Command eviluetlon Mi). Jack U Keith opera. ilrcrift The diy prior to his
nerved the car, skidded In travel it the road'i edge, the Cipehirt homing area on- trlbullon to en accident tree] of chlefi. end itindirdltiUoa turn. ions officer for the 308th Tactical 'dunking," his wife bid given
traveled 450 feet out of control, end wound up upside base, record. U Col. Albert W, Walters, "Highly quillfied" li the Fighter Squadron, re birth to a baby boy
down In a field north of Sliver Film Drive

Demise to the cir, t 1957 Chevrolet, wu extensive
Stewart wu shaken and bruised

Florida Highway Patrolman Ernest Hllliird charged
him with filling to have his vehicle under control and
causing an accident

Stewirt'i Insurance does! not cover damage to bit'
own car He said he hid the money to get the extended 80
coverage but used it to finance his emergency trip home.


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The former held of Fidel
Caitro'i Air Force, now in exile brand
will eddreai the South Dade
republican Club at 7:45: p.m.
today at the South Miami
Chamber of Commerce Build'
Ing SW Both Street and Dixie lingerie

ed.Highway. The public U Invit- E3eEecfED / /


Major Pedro Dial tans cell '
talk on "How the Cuban BIt- MASON 'a :
nation Might Be Vied to the ,
Next Election." tp'tSi'

The club will hold a spring FLORIDA fUlLIC sample sale d"

cleaning sale at Perrlne Shop UTILITIES COMMISSION
ping Center from 1 to 10
p.m. Friday, and ':80 em. to Kotldorrt of Dad County slips gowns 1
10 p.m. Saturday Clothing, tint lm
tools, household goods and toys Xriactkod Uw end SorvoJfpottolAuIttant baby dells i
will be among Items offered. .a lethe f
Further Information li avail''. U. I. Attomr In petticoatsnegligee
able by calling Mn. Walter Dad County
Van Poyck at CE 80455 or Former Mtnbcr ..
Mri. Jay McGlon, CE 62647.ChapelWomen Dad Cwnty CcmmlnlMi sets t

24 V.... "law.ndprogreMive (
public sorvkc Alto bed Jackett coprl p'i| more In i ,
Now awning as tKolrmon Groupl! Now you get 50% off their 4 ,1
:
Solicit Funds el Florida Public Utilities:: marked price) In nylon trkot and cotton ,

_g, Commlision bl.nd"'S11I! 30 to 42 and moll / ;
Mr. Lennett
Mri Muriel Readon Pennlngton were speakers and- ,R.rl.rf ID MASON medium and large In group, Not all :": 'r

at the annual women'a day "perl."t.d and'rov." sixes and style In the group, to better A sf

program Sunday In William ,t.GcI.p, 'or"old com. early) And Ravel I i -I- {
Chapel, Free Will Baptist II
Church In HomeiUad. ... .-
In a drive by the women to
.. funds for the church the 1.00-19.99
team ciptalned by Mri. Al- l
meta Deloch: relied the largest
amount Mri. Ruth Jackaon was READ THECLASSIFIED pre-tltketed 20039.91 I
the Individual raising the most ,

money ,
Rev I. H. Readon U pastor. RICHARDS LINGERIE '

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FLORIDA'S SENIORITY
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WITH. .

SPESSARD L.


HOLLANDSTATES

YOUR UNITED SENATOR S p R q doll a r la i 1

I have served at your U. S. Senator since 1946.
During these years I hove attained -tenlorlr/
ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Members
cf the Senate.

This seniority hat placed mo on three major
ienofo committees each one of which 4s of
Pfrtlcula Importance to Florida and every one
cf Its citizens.

Your vote May 5th will keep m. In this power. =- w

country.I ul position to help Florida as well as our great r glamor mirror trays


LmU10 .L NOUAND h M*<.....a .f Jdnt c-ItIM T? oval or oblong S styloil largo .llIlllIr..tl
Maabw *. Stool A*. .......1fCI.....f seI reduced for Icompo ,
awfrtottaot' bmnmttk Mtnl *>,....Wlh.. you
.-.1 0.anat.A,,$. .,L. MMIOOT tf rdo Atmortcol ..,
sultans end ftrailiy Com. ** end !(*<* Sit..,. C.n.lt. 2 99
fII''"". !... \ segoS .
JL Mtiiiotf if Hit SMtft Dtn.ocrotli ,
StMriKf: C.mmJnM. + Add beauty to your dressing table with an antique gold or

white mirror trayl) Filigree frame. Dainty size, big lavlngsl'

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I Is Being Put Into Effect I i


A Civil Defense redlitrlctlm mer provost marshal at Home a program of updating civil I
approved last fill Is being PInto lead Air Force Bite. Wide re defenie method In the county
effect throughout Dade Ured n a lieutenant colonel 4 e
The old CONELRAD> warning
after N years military Krvlce\
County system hn been abandoned w, ,'
me new setup li deilgned to D....'. ntwnlclM'ltl' ire. and In Its place II the Emergency t
give better dlitrlbutlon of responsibility limited In the emeunt .' Broadcast System (EBS) ,
gr to munlcIpiUUei Mulemcnt available it well which will allow listeners to< .
and the county. The old system .i In ttttlr iblllfy t. serve slay on the regular broadcast
WH frequently unfair to tome ..ynd their tovndirlil. frequencies for Informitlon.

E of the rounlclpiliUei, according The new redUtrlrtlni will! A tchl will .be conducted
to Civil Defense heidquirUnFor '! allow for better coordination ol this week fr racllll..lcil l
example, responsibility' disaster relief efforts by movIng mill II.,., these wh. will **.
for moil of Soutb Dado wii only needed equipment Into crate the EBS key stations v'L
between Homestead and the affected eren .
split
Anthr heel will b* *en
Coral CabIn thus overtaxingtheir their U a disaster should be de ducted, .beginning April U.t. ,
abilities to serve of Dad,
dared la my part train shelter managers.The .
municipal boundaries and the County Manager Irving MeNiyr '
unincorporated areas within C D director for the chit dcfente warning :
the tone county, could summon the required sirens ire functioning perfectly .
Under that u.tm ".m... aid from other cones but the local headquarters
stead Civil Dtfeni WM re- without disrupting other sera li looking forward to the per w ..
spenaibti for th* territory vim, : fecllon of a new system which rw
tram'" Cert) Root Drive t* theM Under itile statute, the governor li called NEAR!
.nr** Cwmty tin*. U vetted with the powerot This system coniliti of a e .
Homestead and Florida City declaring disaster areas end mill device which plugs Into 'I
mil up the new C D Zone can order county or municipally a standard 110.volt electrical .r 4
... .., T. which li under the directionof owned civil defense equipment outlet and cm be vied In ,
: homestead City MinijerOl Into the area where It li needed homes, offices, schools and
( Pemon without Jeopirdlilng their, other bulldlngi A change In
--4 Zone I extends from Montgomery .1 Insurance. Thli also extends the frequency of the electrical
Drive to the Monroe protection to tolunteen current would set oft a butter
FRED 0. (IUD) DICKINSON, former steta senator from West Palm Beach, County Line, excluding Home- Civil dtftni. headquarters which would warn of en" Impending .
brought hit campaign for governor to South D.". Monday. Here ho strolls stead end Florida City end It iiyi teeth Did Mi the beat ileri COlt of the d*.
In ,.",,,. Shopping Cantor with Ann Smith' of hit stote campaign headquarter. under the direction of Cipt rnliiHn ff emergency Ice li expected to be around
end Ken Castleberry (right), '.rrl". .r. chairman. Earlier Dickinson attended abreakfoit Richard Mcrartind. commend cimmvnlcttlcn In tile county. t),
In Homestead et which Afty. Vernon Tumor,chairman for that oro 0, tr of Metro Sheriff Station 4 Key post ire now being Civil defense hit let June
preilded, and a reception ot the Cabana Club In South Miami Height) (Phe la Perrin.. Coordinator for manned by permanent perion 30 it the date for approval or RARE ORCHIDS THRIVE In this unusual orchid.
to by C. A. Mitchell) Zone I II Richard I. Wad.,for net end McNiyr li- -continuing- rejection of the device. home-on-wheele which mode its debut Friday .t

Homeiteed Boyfront Pork. Already the orchid 'cart
N hoi attracted much attention and favorable comment .
F from pirk-goert. Ends of the cert are plate I
H 1fli glass for easy viewing; sides and roof are loren

,, _cloth. The cart was mada,by perk workers and can
j -' reins, plants raited in

1 N (rfi DEDICATED/ the park unusual and a numberof orchids

loaned by grower Fred
i Fuchi Jr. of Noronja./
j I (Staff Photo by Den
Phlfer)


Lcvincs Name


floorwide New Officer


I Sam and Murny Levine, eo.
owners of Samson Concrete Indu -
fashion I trln Inc,, hive named
Gordon If. Owens n their executive
""l I vice preildcnt
e "Kynes' record li one of I
dedicated tireless service Th announcement wn midi
to the community." this week In line with their
savings I program of acquisition, expen
ORLANDO SENTINEL lion associated, and development compinUo of their

Owens sphere of activity will
embrace their Coral Anregatei
i Quarry, the readjrmlx ton-

\ s fimtar dress sale I wIIs crete Coral and Way concrete, Miami block and planton the

rtadymlx concrete block and
1 latest spring itylei, lowest price I pre-cait product plant on Iota
s Avenu In Homestead

leg. *8 .d relllkel M. rns..er
10.91-12. The vie preilJenk was for
Paid PoUUcil Advertisement, I I mer manager of production at
Planer your(unlor figure In'" cotton, omtl) |line!, raid for by Kynti Campaign' the KtuUo Corps Bertram
daceon/cotton, more. All colon. Size/ $-]U. Fund, Ronnie Spencer Cbil m n Yacht Division
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\ |jacket dress scoop!

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+ regular 13.91 elreiiei on solo

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? 12." $5
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town cotton : Perfect for spring and summer) Jacket dresses
In auortid co!.... 10. 20)) 12V. -22 Ys.
savings time
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ihlrtwaliti I shifts sheaths

ceatars 2-placa itap-lns ileeved, ilaavalonlovely p

cottons, Ettron acetate |jerseys' $
llnny rayoni, more Bright colon. 2 for 9

Sir'110.20, UYl-24Y., swim suit slash!
r.,. 6.?i '."
RICHARDS TOWN COTTONS
famous brand nomeil many stylist

better dress price cut! rot.U.9S.19.95 3.99

2001 1 1,2 and 3 pIma )In goy spring.time
colon and fabric to choose from I $12 L Cottons, knits ond loitex In one and 2 piece
Sires 8.18. ityleil Solids and print' Sixes 28 .:3d. Bitt.r
raga 17.91.oo hurry I
RICHARDS BETTER DRESSES
RICHARDS BETTER SPORTSWEAR
One look tells you this is no ordinary watch


x I ( l f f t i' L ,

Thanks to Its revolutionary one water

sale! plastic Infant seat! ( girls' swim, play suit buys! proof cast, the new "Ocean Star" is elegantly
ihm. And note the unusual dial; the way the
lultalcomp..t. t tEasy
i 2 place ihort sits, one place bathing
with left tuflax cushion strap hugs the case in an unbroken line. The
to mug...bug moulded plastic Cotton and Helena itretch swim wear stem (almost invisible I) Is used only to set the
carry
Infant teat, lale prkedl Plastic play balli 4..69 3.6", reg. 398..3.29 7. Id, r.". 4983.29 time You never have to wind aMIdo. Handsome

and utility seat hooks attached.White only. Cotton and cotton knit short let!. yes but rugged, too. And superbly accurate.

Call H '.4 11 ta order rag. 7.91 3.6., reg. 2.98...1.99 714reg. 3982.99 Swim with it? Of course t tla

RICHARDS INfANTS DEPT. Call PR 9.4311 te order stainless eta)f.", UK fold corkers fllO;yellow MldoliueA :
RICHARDS GIRLS' WEAR f126/ aux Bold$510,...Tu JDeL _

>long ti ass.cryiUI mi er w. r.m.l* lnlMl.

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{ for GRADUATIONFERGUSON

Infants play yard ,sale! f girls sleopwear special!

sturdy hardwood I all-wound teething rail I IA I If baby dolli, gowns, p'i| In cool fabrics! JEWELERS

real price cut for an extra nice play \ Also shift and panty sits In cotton ond 328 Washington A..., Homeiteod-Cl 7-4335
yard I Maionlt floor, gay numeral, plat* I cotton blendi Print end itrlpei
tic teeming rolU. Birch color. 9.99 Siva/ 4 .1 14. I .99 --- .

Call PR 9-4311 to ardor Call PR 9-4311 to ardor 2.98.3.98
",.15." I' reg.
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feee Ten ,' The NIW LEADER end CUTLER RIDOI-PWIIINI, POST Thursday April 1944Most'


Fatal' Wrecks I 1i_ .iVI. Seniors To Get

\ i, .(...;.j;,}.1f' '.' ,rI /
oil \

t Their Diplomas

Involve One AutoThe "
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In Harris Field

( fellewlne article li amentee"i geroui day of the week for driven on "
a public asinine and n part ef the hlsh"ii and byways About one out of This )...,'. senior elm the prettntitlon of each ten-
aecend enmiat truffle later? campaign every five traffic fatalities occurs that kt South>ad. High School lor'i square mortarboard
tpwtte-red by this newspaper 'In cm- day. Sunday the second most hmrdoui will hold outdoor commencement rap by a number of hie fam
(unctle with businessmen *f the exerelaei at the Harris lly or another person whose
Did.. c. mmimlty) Field football atadlum. Interact In his education ban
meant much to him.
Information compiled ky the ,, Te the strains of "Pomp High spot of the whole
Safety Council dlacloiei that t C1r w and Circumstance," the largest pre.graduation/ schedule It,
thru times 11 many traffic r graduating clan the aa always, the jvnlor-tenlor.
rural areas (including towni 'with ,, school has ever produced wilt prom.; Thin year the formal
than t,5M population) than in urban .\. file Into the stadium In white dance will be at W"It.rookCounl"
t' \ cape and gowns at I p.m. Club on May 2J,
The NSC Mid the reason for Friday, June I.Detall.d .
became the abundance of the th.1 I
i planning for UeF.Exerutive
done on open roads li under ,
ceremony well. way
In most fatal auto accidents, and seniors ire !beginning to Resigns PositionEdgar
car li Involved. be caught In the whirl of
Turnpikes throughout the country ctlvltin that annually pre M. Foster, executive
I lot fewer traffic fatallllei, bated cedes pridtalion. I vice president of the United
Dumber of miles driven, than ad I Beginning with Clvltan Fund of Dade County, tin re
roads In the United Mates The ( t Day, April Zl, the Class of signed hit -million to accept
mileage death rate recently was a '44 will proceed: through athletic another with the United Health
ii high ii the rate for rural road. awards assembly, May Foundation Inc. New York
Males ire Involved in almost 191) academia awards aaaem- City
times ii many fatal auto \ bly, Way 26, 'and clau night Foster will become, national
female. Naturally, they drive i lot and capping May 19. I.director of program develop
than the gala do. The awards program will ,ment for United Health Foundation
be held during the school a.
The lent hazardous way to AS A PEACOCK of her litter of 13 pupa It "Ducheii Heidelberg cf day. Class night and cappingwill I Former assistant executive
on i railroad passenger train Then ".", owned by Mr. end Mrt. David Siegel of SW 130th Street, Homes ,begin' at 7:30: p.m. director of the United Fend
butei and scheduled planei. "It Wit more than wo expected," aided Siegel. "You con bo lure wo'll Capping, the ceremony of Allegheny County, Pitta-
car and tail cabs are fir behind looking for good hornet for them In about. four weeki. Iy that time/'Heide' which has become traditional burgh, Penn. Feeler cam to
Saturday, not Sunday li the mOlt will need some help to feed that many hungry mouths" at South Dade, features Miami In June, 1961.r .



I Your Slogan


Win A Cash / ; ** I Art


The News Leader Safety entered ;
Campaign ai lilt year li featuring other I m lY t l I Xs
be ruled i
a Safety Slogan Content
for school children of all egei They

Children attending public and mailed
parochial schools are Invitedto 630 '.
'
take part The rules are Box 839 ( ( rrU
llmple! I Pint !

The slogans should be 10 brought n? ?
words or less and deal ONLY I The /
with traffic Ialpt,. (Slogans grade
number cannon
pear 0,,.

Big TouristY l..alft The thick bath towels
prim of

car Seen third $ small flaws bring

The president of the American t
Automobile AitocliUon bas I a
I warned Florida to gird for an p
\ influx ot tourlaU far exceed- 88 s"d
Inc the moat optimistic irit-of;
the- prediction 'wMro
year ....
The AAA executive/ George r e ....
F. Kachleln Jr. of Seattle, said I stes9 '
I984'e travel boom now la expected you can hardly find them but look ) ; e .....
to outstrIp earlier ex- wit and obiorbenll/ decorator: j'e,, J,., )4't.t.Vn V ...
pectitloni with the New York V'/e1 I tlteI
World'i Fair having little or (Cenid.aee"r I + t"'m tor-fv.- m :
no effect on plans for travelingto fR 9-4311 to order r ,..

other areas."Domestic DOMESTICS t; : ::::

travel already la
up more than 15 per.cent In the J Frn: [ !
flrit three month, lie added I
"Trip to Florida and the Welt
coast are running especially Your ,
high. Advance booking for
trips than to foreign anticipated.areas are Foreign higher .wilt, and call 1t t --c washable antique satin )

visitors to the United States rillgloui t

it are looks op (1 like per a cent much All bigger In all, leaders t ; T draperies in shimmering white

travel year than anyone had your
expected." home, alngteii'
f: : pied: pbar.d. N 44*...ld. drastic reductions 35,000 -
.s, .p.... .Ir,')***tok. ..|. 3.77 worth going for 25,000!
Work For Karl i '""pp...t .( ....*,..aelevMeii pea
L id 9t'lo.g,nee.p.et .... "air 95 pelr Its a sale to beat all saint
BUI Farhle and Phil Ludo- lI t Antique latin draperiei priced Ion than
,lei have been named Cutler : V mo fabric alone I WoIl'to-woil, coiling
I' t pied l "loU" M 1000 wI". 1 fo-floor till/ In
Rldge-Perrine Chairmen of the per peY, J. l/ey) lengths 76%royon,24%
Committee to elect Fred Karl. CMMT. ot ta.t1 ly.et e pear eGbnet.. acetate I

governor r W tout,_"..,"... pair 110 pelr

MpleilMipUaltdtotSO'fcM kinds' traverse rods

FOR COMPACTCr 3nglet, 30. .a., .... 2.S9
OUR AUTO i d ...rr.lr.O'xr'O'kMf.Compwetil II 77 Doubr..a.S6..3.6'
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100.'SO.. . 6.49
Yon'Il find our bank auto J JMTO quadas -
.. o pluck "lt.*t4 e.1 14*wM" ,.
yon money on theooe n'- > *>wt>.Ir,w.'0'''''f.Co 15.77 RICHARDS DRAPERIES
next car 1 Also payments ] : ** re .! I4.fl.lf.fi pea pale Call r* 94311to
to fit your budget most -e $9.......-... ., ..... ,.Ir UO order
insurance costa ran be '

with. Finance your next car
nomlcoUy lhi*'toI1<<

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Real Estate "' :; : $

ffu.trf : { :c- I At Aerojet Plant J

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ClassesScheduled f f t,4 lr ,
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h1 Rubber
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L. \ Hr:' : J t I' EnoughFor I

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A ml.fittto'lll start court April for N begtnnen it> i f 1 ."', .J 'ifI'I, t +..t,,.'. M. Ie"' \ \ \ 2,200 TiresTh I

southwest Hh! adult educe .t.I ..'I. ... ,
lion renter, Ml SW joih '1 It J r

staid r.rrar..lohn will be Imtnictor Miclcel of Horn + \ 1'' ;r' I ; ;;:I.j ),' ,. ',. ,'r\I Be In MotorsRubber 4r

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Th 10-wek count will In- : .
elude two three.hour .....Ion.a I '' '1
week, Mondays and Wednndty Fr ; .... enough: to mike 1,200 standard ilio automobile .
f tires will be used Inside giant three million.
poundthrua
(I 7 -
p.m. t. ,.../ M
wild rocket motors to protect metil chamber walls '
Tht court. h designed for .1.
:: I from white hot flame tl
the beginner In the field of
ml eiUU mho contemplates ., I The 8O.tool.lon. rocket motors
nearly 22 feet U diameter
4
taking and pining the Hit
elimination given by the Florida are under development for the Air Force Spars
Real I Estate Commission,* Silemi Dhliloni by Atrojrt-General Corp. The lint of
Hid Market. these unlli will be test fired early nut year it Aerojet'
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Student" may register any+ Dado County Plant, where conitrucUon nearly completed. I
day attar 4 iSO pm. at the
school reglitrar'. office The' ; I The 29,000 pounds of iperlally.leveloped rubber lining
court costs2, the Inside will of tilt rocket chamber will keep the Tr
.
Farther information li ivill-1 : metal w tout that the outside surface can be touched Immedlatply 7. i' t

able by filling NO 74640 if after IIrln,. Temperature will b. more than.
ter 4SO: p.m., or instructor/ r .
I 8,000 degrees Fahrenheit.\ .
Mickel \". "
at Cl T450I after 8pun. l.r :' .t7.'J
I i Insulation material chosen by Aerojet 1 II I General 1 .

southwest High may be I Tire & Rubber Co., a>nthetlo rubber loaded with asbestos
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...ch.d by liking Miller Road and alllca materials that resist heit. 1i'b.. '' )
off the Palmetto Bypass, traveling I. ,I ;
west to Gillowiy Road The Aviation Product Dhliloa of the Goodyear Tire :. .tl : "I
((17th Avenue), and going and Rubber Co of Akron, Ohio, hu been given a cone I ,
with one block. I tract to Insulate the IIr,. motor ai well li several tub. of ;.. \: I
OPINING SHINY I''Uii door to clock new peat office building In CouMt I Ufoitmoirar I scale unlti. Iniolitlon will\ be done at the Dido facility '1 1 .
Illiteracy li practically 1/11. Rtbert A. "11,11. Th. of fico morod toil wook into tins now bulU/ ,
known In Ireland. (sag, across tko street from tins old ono on Old Diilo' Hfhwoy. (Still photo) j Thickness of the Iniulatlon will\ range up to 10 Inches ,. .-.rt..tS I
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TRAFFIC SIGNALS like this out dot Aorot-Gn-)
rod big ,,- "-lledes-nsl to direct the flow
of troffic, but to denote whither it i I. *of. to sneer
restricted arcs, Cod of the IIlhll rod rotket fuel
famous m.k. processing III prorn k..o out; ombor-lomo
scion of the building off limit, chock with ..up.r1. -
; i % I ./ ., boforo ontorlng |rn-oil door, proceed into
s port shirt s.to building. Tins light art ono of ...".1 hundred
safety precoufloni built Into the ,Iont'. loborotorUt
and processing structure
huge selection !


convtrtlblt/ button-down/ continental 1963 Best Year
cellar .t11I1 I oil wash's wear



3,, Ise ,c } Yet For AerojetTHE

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General eiperlenced
( its bit year In 1911 and antieellent
.. \\(1.99 THE DISHEtt first quarter! In 19(14,
( CAN WAIT... V.... A. Kimball, rhilmin of
MIAMI UAI-ALAI the board, said at the com
\ ACTION STARTS p. l7"* annual board meeting.
lar7.ilor "Although there tar beentatementi
.! that the nitlon'i define
budget will dwllne over
t Orlg.J.".,3."
the neit five }'ean," Hid
".41 Pick solids, trims, checks, stripes, print and] XlmbaJl' "our studies show
'tt ombroidorleil) Some rooered! oil oxporrltoll! this to be true, but not In the.

,,ar acid end detailed! 7 colon, cottons, '..YM.e.tol. area .of hardware prornrmend. *
4o I ? In this area, business
q ... S,M,l.XL. 4 will continua to be gnnd."

RICHARDS MeN'S SPOXTSWIARnationally He said that .A.roJe'.Cen.ral
nil carefully exploring areas
to IM "what civilian product.
w 1 cm produru.eOulsida
of the United State
Hi* company wi continuing to
201 expand through It* contract
e1h Ng y. with Canada, Italy, Franco
1 Germany and Japan, lid Kim-
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spread, anap-tab, button-downs! .n 4 ;, \j5,

price ilash on spring stylist \ t tire ;=
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Teach Airmen Survival


Shilen and haggard, five' Wllh TAC'i emphasis on making survival film. li peat
tortured men huddle hopeleiif mobility and worldwide capability lim" Ewing relatta. "To really
} together Alone In the mighty anyone In TAC could be bring home the mtiiig and to
tea, their .world U reduced Involved In trantocean deployment Impress our audience with Ita
to a rubber lift raft *. Therefore, .we In TAC meaning we must convince
f..tlt extremely important that them of III reality."
Endless daft have pined.
all are Instructed In the wage
the relentless dementi have and howl of Ma .u tvlva!. "A surprising aspect of his
known no merry Rations are li that we must we actual
gone, there li no meter, MiUrlil for the film series Air Force personnel rather d
Hope, the migte levlor, li tin been drawn from real 1 thin professional acton, be. a 1
not Despair remilna. life. Experiences of those who cause an Air Force audiencecan
The men ere from the Hit hive actually been in the sib tell the difference."
Tactical Fighter Wing. uitloni have been vied to depict Local star of "Body Uygtnen
Their raft, toned en the known problem 10 that and Survival at Sea" U Capt.
Y raging eea., U about three other mar solve them. James Hit-wood of the .wing
feet oft shoe at the Homestead "Our biggest problem In safety office. p-
Air Force HIM boat dock.

the Thin movie If lust"Body one Hygiene Irene from and I Arthur Tracy In Contest I

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Survival at Sea," which wu

partially filmed recently In the Arthur Tracy, chemical com Toaitmiiteri tilt.rnatlona ,
Homestead AFB area. Super
i vlilnf the operation .wn Capt pang owner from Gould., li which "Includes tt clubs from
r I Fred B. Ewing, survival and among alx South Florldlaw Palm Beach through Monroe
[ personal equipment officer of entered 'In an International Counties
Tactical Air Command. ipeechmiklng contest which He 11'111'.peak on a topic 01
| "Th. film li one 'In a series,"
will begin 1U divisional competition hli choice for five to even
explained Ewing "deilgned minute. In the content
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to aid Air Force personnel Siturdiy night at the .
JAMES HARWOOD, locol) star of "Body Hygiene and Survival ct Sea," .who could some diy be In need Miami Playboy Club. Winner of the local event
floats In e rubber life rift in preparation for the filming of a dramatic ecen. cf the knowledge required to, The content li iponiored by will compete again May t In
The movlt' on* of e life loving genies, was shot 'In port ot Homestead Air Fore lurvlve at tea. Toutm uteri loternitloniL Ftnl Orlando Regional! competition.
Ion dot In. "Sea survival an 'Important competition li scheduled for la set for June 9 In Blnnln,
aspect of TAO toda,," he con. lie August In Denver. ham, Ala. prior to the International
tinued. "Not only for crew finals, according to
Shop NEWS LEADER Classifieds members. but support penoD- Tracy U a member of DIstract '.Fred Thompson It. for. of the
net ai well 47, Southern Division of dlitrlct.

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A DEMON FROM OUTER SPACE? No |lust mom.
OPEN SUNDAY( 10-* ben of Cub Scout Pock 20, sponsored by the Per-
rive, Elementary School Porcnt-Toocher Association,
Cutler Ridge Auto Center, Call 238.1212 with a float they mod for the mardi-gioi them
of their 'last pock mooting. Left to ere John
Howard, John Dillon (hiding behind the beer hood
a .which ho made himself) and Jim Fowler. Chattel
Reid, Ron Rodrlquci end Prod Todeichl' wore oecepted .
'Into th. Boy Scouts during the meeting.(Staff
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PREMIUM TIRE Park's Activities


On' New Schedule


With the large exodus National Park .will tike dice
Inter teaion visitors beading on a different schedule throughthe ,/
north, the Interpretive aotivlei summer, announced Park
presented in Everglades Superintendent Stanley C. Joleph. -
SPRING SALE .

The naturalist talks guided
SURE TO HAPPEN walks and Informational oer
vlcet now ire ai follows
You"know bow suddenly your I
Inveilment In a nice big Headquarters VUltor Center
put glut window' cm bomaihed. at park entrance 'Inform-
When that window lion service and Introductory

BUYTHE BEST SAVE $4 to $12 A PAIR you break plenty It it to going replace to coat It- pm.slide dally program, 8 a.m. to 5

unless you have had ui in. Royal Palm area Natural-
off the "NO TRADE IN" of tire!
regular price
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lure It for you Then we pay lit talks and guided trail
the bill. Wo would hike to walks 10:80: am. and I:80
tell you bow little It cotta to pm. daU,. .
> t > > ', > i > l lIccf Insure your flui.KS Flamingo area Naturalist
guided walk, 10.80 am. Saturday
Sunday, and Wednee-
VANDERBILT 4 PLY dl,. Slide Ulki, S.SO p.m. lathe
J ; vlilton' lounge.
I The conceuloner operated facilities
motel dining room,
North Krome Ave boat trips and marina eervlcri
PREMIUM TUBELESS ,L CI 74121 J throughout will continue! lummer.I to .operate

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DOUBLE ACTION BRAKES RELINED
Mike Yr. Cyl.Prlc.A .
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tow Miami, tho comploto faro from tho Porrlno ) I
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iJI doportlng from th..w Fodral funding,
tarting at 4:05 pm..nd..ry half hour until 6:10
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I Civic, 7 Association.I .D. Club Hears Three kbersWin;; 17 Ribbon ,




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Sewn members. of the Leiarefttyy |,iherH Dinner"Mn. < p..... In the Leisure City Pad 060 Vft WM vll.it hive bee tovrf. Kefodiley, a native of +S

Horn Demonstration r Myrtle Roan, chairmen LEISURE CITY Section 1. cifa( guid W jtl Sigma chapter Amsterdam, N Y, got out of
Club Won a teal of 17 blue of the FrHiy night ipighettldinner / Oelden AM Club ,IlgloulaadThey sorority, the Air Force In March (behn
ribbon, at lit ivtwk'e food iponlored bjr the Civ of i an dlvW been stationed at Homo
and girdin txhiblt at the Cutler I ll Allocution, Hid proceed! Iv LAURA FRIDGES The Golden. Ago Club Dreamboat ed It t\r l groupi, fiction. lead Air force BIN and I If
Rldgo auditorium Theywsnl from the dinner, attended by mlM planned for yeiler non- _tiM acid youth book. now employed at Rai'a Amoco f

I 116 persona amounted to ISO CoI.ln, Mr an4, Mn. Ceoig day hid to be postponed bi i Unrtitlon' Hearsthe Station and US 1. 1 t
Mrs Laurence Rentichler Mrs Hunn'i helpers wen )hAltt, Mr, and Mn. George cause the boat went Into dry
Mr, Hamilton Brown, MnO Mn. Jack Bell, Mrs William Cuddy: and Mr. and Mil. dock lempoiarlly.Therefore nasty opened| county Peflo party 4Y
U Bin, Mn Walter Mar CiMedy. Mrs Mirle ThlgplnMn. Tommy" Wllion The total mem the group will built and operated recreation Sgt. and Mrs John D, Fir
Evoy, Mrs flilph Bridget Blanche. Mi Shindy reel Nony, and Mrs. whip now I li US. meet today at 11 s.m. at thr !building In Leliuro Park al lira of Lincoln Drive onter
Coral line Mobile Homes and Harrison
Mr Thelma VcGrath and Paikrecieatlon Harding Lana
tamed frlendi afternoon
Mrs, .Arthur Kaiuler it Floyd B.yeri of Leliun City The aiioclition'f member-' building. Plane will Sertlon one' Loliun City, I. with Sunday barbecue
patio
a
Luncheonette prepared Die hip chairman, Mrs bo made for the trip for a f Jluce now open from 1 to 9 p m. each party
at their home Guoila Included
The blue ribbon winning pro spaghetti! and Pick warner IcGrith, li working out Thelm'l deli I day except Sunday, I
ducta wen for flower arrange. donated the tickets ..tD canvass Lelmro At lint "...k'. meeting a rep Park director AI Ammlrait Strlctlindt Mr and Mr. Mrs and Merrill Mn

menti, flower growing, nkkibln Civic AtieclttionThree ,sew members ".."t.Ul'IIm the( Ielephnncompany *! on duty during thou hour Charles Bllkey and their <.
...*. eookios! broad. nick showed the oc,
speakers were present Frank group and li eking for residents to eeki-old' baby girl
lei: .r.IIf.;; .M goodi, ties Thomas pff.t.drnt. 85 memberi I movie, "One Kithryn8gt ;
designating the
fill out tormi
for last weik'i Civic Ferrira'a iliter Sharon,
AUIII'I"j reid a number of points ,
jams and fresh. fruits 'l'9wD.1 In A HonemoonMLlbriry ,, ,
lion meeting Heading elating to the luoclitlon type recreitlon they 'ouldlik of Ft, Lauderdale, who li In
Second plans ribbon ""lnnn.1 was AI Ammintl, director of pins and reasons for belong Houn. to participate. In from arts. BUI.MI lining at Jackson
were Mrs Jimti Fllli, Mr, Leliuro Clt,'. new park icti. Inr, Library "open hou,." have and .h. to spoils and gimThen Memorial Hospital, and her flince 1.

0.L. Bus and Mrs OirirTompklne vibes, who announced the fa. An appeal for voluntetii to been set from 1 to 4 p,ny!.(achweek H. li a wide selection Terry Trembley.. The CARLTON S. ROSS (lift) occcpti hli, fiat Soclol
for their pickles, cllitiei available now for Ulf' ideas the Community Contirwii diy, following thi,\wcll of game equipment housed In Fencers children, Johnny, Stevo than $600 front
jelllei and canned gooda by area residents. made. attended on| house and Sun the building and Usa Ann, wen on him Security check, for more Curtis
Third plate! winner wen Atty. Carl Weber presented A fumed certltlriti of ro- diy afternoon dedication In New Reiidenti for the feitho afternoon Reed of the Social Security Adminlitntlon./ /
Mrs Nettle Schmidt, Mrs., brief sketches of the lives of cognition wii presented thimoclitlon the I-elmre City Community
Laurence RenUchler and Hri I number of handicapped persons by the t'SO of Center, Mr and )1,.. Peter KoVdiley : PorieniliMr
0. Brinicotnb for their live who overcame them to>> Homestead recently f"r the' Petra Myrtle llunr, library an new residents on SW and Mrs John McLaughlln An Everglades
potted flower, tinned goodi achieve greatness ai writs, Leisure City ,roup', luppoit chairman, liked that mort'tolunteeia )'2li9th Street. The former Air of Rliriyno Drive bays
and rike.Eihiblt. leaden, inventors, ao It''! and hit wife Nancy -
political and backing rill her ao that Force mm had gUenti l this week from Mlchlgin. ,.
chairmen from the ton, athlctri" etc Plini ,,'(',. made for a pic I I can be kept open for communltyloar. !! rime hero. recently from They ire Mr. and Ides
Uliure City club were Mr I *: Nick Sincere gays a .number!. tilt cutik-out Play 18 from I to! Then are between 600 and Alexandria. Va, her bomPlitrlct Charles Bullock of PontiacMr Old-Timer Takes}
Oirar Tompkins, la charge .fl of ilillitlri that the public nil and Mrs. -H.r' Brown,
food and Mn. Arthur KJMler little knowledge of rHitlng to
and the Pert )raw, >Rave Notices At Marathon Mr, and Mrs James Davldiot)
Jr. In ch. of the garden burials, their costa
and )fr.. Joe
Hartford
all .1
section hit their prlrei from ,
ring -- -- -- Gets $600
East DetroitMri.
Others who helped In tin $100 to 130.000 Trip
Present ,
all-day affair wire Mn. Rent- Mr. end Mri Slncon berime 1 Jaycees To Skit
I I lube! Lone of SW 14Bth
sector, club pteildent, N ra. uiocliti members of the Jilocution. ,
Schmidt and Mn G. E. MeIntoih. Place .nl.rtalntcl-rn. Charles: An old,timer to whom the Ill Reed In Homestead, mil
Other' new members ire Din Puch, who li now In North florid Everflidci hn been: found out ho could file for

The club will meet at t a lit' Sherman, ...... Nettle fcchmlrit, I Miami, lot week Mri. r..hlI. horn for IT years took i trip I benefits for kit year, it iillghtly
today at the club houtt, 1116 1 Cljrti Irwin, "I r.. Lorraine At Their District ,Meet I. a former resident of South to social security headquarters reduced rate since he
N. Kromi Ave. Hill, Mra, Ann Uoddi, Ralph, Caroline, where the Long fimlly la Homestead the other diy see only 64 for mall of the
-------- ---- --, lived 20 years ego and found there wii a check year (Persons (I and over
HomeiteidSmith Didi Jay lime to form a club with a offtrlili Hilling the for' moro thin $ oo awaiting may do tide
Your Cor Con Hove That Polished Look
ceei' skit on the orginliiUon creed like that of todayi 1-l ltornatlonil Minthon, Jaycee group wire Guests of Mr. and Mra. Loon him,
format
Colbert Jet Speed Car Wash of a junior chamber of commem Jaycee oiginli M (Imprewed with the Home Morgin 'of Leliuro Drive In Carlton S Roil tin lived at Ills application went
.. In the tints ,of Pontius lion -" itnd club'. original efforts weekend were their eon-In'law. Flamingo since 1927 long in Feb. M, and thli week he
Til Chemical wo UM hn been designed for use In this Pilate drew curb rave notion Eleven Homestead area men that they aikod to schedule It and daughter Mr. and Mrs.Elwys before Everglades National) got i lump mm retroictht!
wither to gins youn. that polished look. It !nemeses oxidation it the Marathon Jaycees meetIng garbed In toga midi from at the district caucus la KeyWitt Ingerlrk, and tw of Park vn even a dram check for '61* eThers win !he
and protects Iho finish Aim reiliu rust ind road film from heir children, Mirihi. and Ro- checks coming to him monthly
Ihit the local men wen bediheoti, went rapidly Hi ti the hilt of i few hardy
-- .'_. I I ulle, from DeLind. Another from now on, tooL
Invited to step stain at the Jut to jet In the skit, which George Cooper, ai a grape- folk who braved mosquitoes
FREE Pickup Delivery annual Jaycee district meeting drew standing applause from eating Pontius Pilate, led a diughler, Dayle, did not make soil primitive living conditions "It'i going straight to the
and In Keytit April 25. the husk club nit that Included Ronald the trip nor their ion Eldyn, 10 make a living then before bank" Ron Hid of the big
Baled en the Jaycees belief : The skit,, has been entered Eikir. Darryl Peacock, Nell who ittendi Stetson it t became part of a national check, "I cm Hill ear a little
EXCLUSIVELY AT. In government by law rather In district competition, wpm 1 Tuccl, Bill Turner, Not park money repairing boats it Fli.
Ptrrint Macmillan Service Cuter I thin by men, the iVIt lampooned net of which will enter Chambrn. Bill Mathli., Ward! The rant hive moved sway mlnjo, and running the tight-
11040 SO DIXIE HWY. PERKINS I the ifforti of a group of 'finili in a content to .1.1'1 Weiss, Von Hoppe, )Melvin Fund ,Raising Out Roil' ifiyed on will teeing boat orcitlonilly The
young builnenmen of Pllite'i ago lnter-club ,vliiUtlon( !han 1 and Jim Watson. I .,.cl.1 coniMtt .f the Pirklervlce social security money will give
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me a little sinks lorI hea I
Studies Set Commercial fishing made a cm no longer do thit.
living for him for rainy years. Money lin't a pat prob'
Standard brings you 'the first new I\ Liter, when the park took lent for Ron one aithen.Ho .
AFL-CIO President. G.ot..1
over, I moved from land to s ,li to well-Ilk.d ay the
ifetny will present 'organlced houseboat In the bay, and took other hike ireund Flimlnfi'
labors highlit award to the up guiding of fishing partlei," that h. (itt many ilfti of
antiknock compound since EthylMeth widow of the late Bee EiteiKifanvir h. 7t food, and "I've" got mere
la the highlight "Now ht'i back on land, living clothes thin "I'll ever need,"
Tint of that group'i National !In i trailer at Fliminjo. ho It,..
tafenneo on Community Much of the money booarnedl A native of the went cent
Sonrlcei to be held on Miami
Beach 37. to becemo eligible fer near Punta Cords, hi spent,
May social security wes 01 an enspi. much of hit his In the Tampa
Some 100 delegttei repreiuitng w of Iverlidei Perk C.. area. before moving to Pitmlngo. -
national, and International which hn the concoiilon at Ho mil once married,
unions, ,tale and local federations Plimlnio H. all took prU but has been divorced for ninyyeiri.
and local union., and Vats |obi fuldlnf flthlng .
interested leadership In the pieties, 1111 closest rHiU\i li Mn
areas of Health! welfare tad Last rear his health viut Edna Rohror of Florida City,
recreation. fields will gather M good, and ho didn't tarn a litter,
at the Carillon Hotel to take''very much. Ho tuned IS on "I come up to vliif her oe.catloniUy .
a> lurching look at fund.riling Dens 7, and begin to think but dont usually
for voluntary agenclei. :bout social security, stay long," ho uyi. "I like it
Ho checked with agent Cur- best down In the 'Glidet."
The conference objective, according I
to Leon Perlli, Nation-
t. aI Director of the AFL CIO
'
I Community Service Activities, Avocado Lists
will be to examine current.
; railing practices, probe tea
eons for giving evaluate KITcei Track
Winners
I. lupported by the volunary -
dollar, and to develop fewipproachei
t' p L ; voluntary gin
; log and financing of communly Five events made up the in- Clement, Gut Luniford and
a I health and welfare service. I anal trick meet at Avocado Diane Griffeth.

Elementary School recently
rMwewMarYou've I
$ I Slandilbro.d Jump* Bnyi
\\lnneri In tint second ant
I Tried Frank RUIIO, Mike Tallmin
The Rest third plan order, win ai fol i .
Now Get The Best low.. and Don Cogi.ill. Girl, Linda
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pl' Banks, Rebecca Yount
FpI I HELENECURTIS' and Ron
er TENDER TOUCH Fifty.jrird daiht Boyl, Ricky Berrloi.MOyard.
I a .w' w "! a aMilady Roberto, Peter Coats and Rlcky ,
uN relay fifth and
Vihlen.\ Glili, Linda Banks, ,
I sixth grade Bo '. Rn-
) Ricky
tout Berrloi and Rebecca
; fount.ghotput. berti, Chuck Dowse, Ricky Vih
; '* '" l, 1 len and Mike TillminGirli,
IIMI QUAIL ROOST DR Jf David Cokle, DIrk Rebecca: Yount, Susie Boudle,
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South Miami Holghti 600.yard Jlo ., Mike
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: : ams.an Robert Matouwk. Girls, Kathy 'Heart Disease


Caused 20,102


DOYLE Deaths In State


; T CONNER Heart disease caused approxImately -

88 per rent of all
deaths }In Florida In IMS., ic-

'+ Commissioner cording to the Stall Board of

v Health

of Heart dikes li the .lal,'.

1 11"r AgricultureI'M No. 1 killer Deaths from this

cause edged up from 11,900

i 1 In 1902 to 10I0llut pearl| but
r Or. James E. Flughum, dine
GRATEFUL tion of the division of chronic
It's an Important gasoline discovery Methyl steps up pctane perform diseases, noted that three headdisease

I .:.): ance so effectively that it stops power wasting knock better than any other for the opportunity to continue aerrlng the past categories 10 yitrt-Hini lad dippedIn dri-

., .. all cylinders of Florlda'a consanen'and matically.The .
I ; antiknock compound.Methyl spreads more evenly throughout growers through

;t engine stands under extreme temperatures. And its In Standard heart disease death rite
your up INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, ferU- per 100,000 population| wan

gasolines (Crown and Crown Extra) ... linn, seeds and pesticides; 323.1 In 1153 against allu In

at no increase in price! Another way STANDARD MARKETING of Florida agricultural products! 1963.ng this Tho main riM category was coronary cini

that take better of car. heart disease, up from 201.9
ivt care your '
PROTECTION of plant and livestock' Industries to 175.9,

against diseases and Insects? .
Our new refinery\ at Puciioula.nowpra. eww..mvjtNr.nuwnon.emp.un/ OIL I However the rate for chronJ -
during the new Standard Methjl guo- ECONOMY In government by working for rheumatio heart dinaM

Burr ii America'l moet modern finery, better efficiency and conservation as a dropped from 11 deaths per
100,000 In US3
to 8 last year|

W. P. Coke Homestead :' --1 Cabinet Rdd member.PotJHooI byperltn.lolwltb, down from 4t heart to 17 dlMaie -,
Apt ad..nd.e.en
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Fordyce Clips Wings Of Southwest Eagles .


I Hill Duel Gives-Edge To Panthers



ly lAM IINICKSON the winning run. Bo Williams into t-homer Dive rempvti (cfl: ) IH mH'lln stonier to left a
} II was a pllcberi' duel be- making It to drat oa utI'her'. home shortly after a double. elnter. Levaan a walk was nullified .
,1 t.'een Southwest "Eailet' and Interference moved to the second play action that caught Hinds at eeeond base on a steal
the Palmetto "Panthers" In sack When Fordyce forged man (rf) and Austin ell) flat- ntajr (ihertstop to second)
Tund.,'. fame that finally ahead to third on Vheaton's footed. Penn. who reached first on a
witnessed the supremacy of long fly to center-field. The Ne Payeff fielder's choice was tagged at
Fordyce over Fuller and a 11 Eagle's peg from center to The Panthers tot another hit second b. Pat Curry's deadly
victory for the South Dade third went wild and the Palmetto In the fourth when Knight (Sb) ,[air from the plate Curry accuracy
learn at Sunlland Park. I pitcher raced home to singled but there was BO r>a>". aoaln paid! off In the
It took an extra Inning to beat the throw to the plate; off after Wheaton was annterd fifth when he nabbed Gro**
settle the dispute resulting In [ Palmetto picked up a run In at third bane steal by Fuller. Jung lib) at first base on .a
i couple of fluke plays that the second Inning on two hits Forsyte's two.base powerful' nlrc- iff pla. The Eagles wentflol'n
live the Panthers the final and duplicated the tally In the slam to left field was snifiieH, In S'lrcesslve order In
i edge. eighth later, when shortstop Penn the sixth and seventh Innings
Ferdrce's Smith Beautiful thus 1 leaiiRht him at third on an overrun victim., of VoHvre'a bi'lM.HVenlffhln
Fordyce, mushing s hard HalUtrimTa (If) hrant'Ml' ( In. .'\[ nflkroills fin
drive to left center got a bate clout le left field In the second {..lea Ice-re ten M..e<1 halls
hit Pitcher fuller's overthrow Inning was good for i three- I I The Earles made their bid In
', second set Fordyce up lora lugger that almoit stretched the fourth with Armstrongs ,I Strllc...,. Record .
Ito
I '''rdyr.', record to date rin.jcMfof ,
1GL'tt the current ,.mel. ;, -2 r ij, : >I ;
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t Small Fry Singe Hot ''PnntJacl' Win TI strikeouts In 3f games Hhlll. .
'e'.t! betting average belongs loB .. EIl!' .a....' '','e' t "' 4'': -.,
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!Game At So. Miami Ills Swim Meet palmetto willla-na,fares 464 South Dade "WINGS" of 10 togle ctnferflelder, Armstrong, wen clipped la h. attempted

i at RUlli'."", Friday, April ITt a steel from first to second Panther's Frost cooled him off .t tho base (Ph*.
SAM BINtCKSONI 'smash to rlihl field tied the RtmlUnd Park t. by Don Phifer)
score. It was Joe Crft.'nll'ell'al Palmetto High School boys --- -- ---- '- -
I The "small fry" stated a nip RBI In the eighth, with Edge swim team earned a clues victory Baseball .
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and tuck baseball battle In the on first, that sewed nn the I over Edison High" School|I
4 4SCORING third scheduled game of the fame for the Mowers S.4. at Palmetto Country Club Sports Round-Up
Atom Division of the Khoiirvleatue I Tuesday, winning 62.43, Pal (Khoury League)
at South Miami Heights Ocening M.mentsAn I motto g-lrla unopposed, won
last Saturday Infield hit bv catcher Wai' 740.fceltlln. .-- tarn btneckton sorts editor
den, who moved to the moundIn rrmna Khoury League Communications Co 8, PerrlnsColoigraf
Facing each other for wM Kendall Buike and, Baseball Scoreboard S
Mar
the fourth to replace
turned out to be entrain- tipple, Palmrtto'a I (Aa of
an medley relay April 12))
tenaon and the Whig Kids It Toan .
George
an error by ,
I sing thriller mere Food Fair I team, beat Edlson'a Ty ATOM DIVISION
first baieman Printing S Pitches First
plus an over.
and Miami Lawn MowerHurllnf Il'r. Phillips, Bother and Cow. South Dade Optimist 8 0Miami Ynncey
second .
I throw to the baieman hurt Kirchlner' Ryan Lance' Cables Ins. (4. 9, Dad's Hardware
Skill! scored Walden In the opening Lawn Mower Co. 2 I S
the first run cf I and Rawla swam the gird'tent Eastern Airlines 2 I I Ilitless Game Of SeasonWayne
The Mowers, with i record moments of the game for Food
Perrine
Kiwanis 12
the it Dove Hollstrond Doug Stewart
game of 11. featured the hltr1h.. Fair TR Merchants Aim 2 I
Panther left fielder skin of Scarberry aral..nt the A twoburer bv Martenwn Palmetto'a Calender took the Pilot' Lle insurance Co 2 I Realty 4 I Yancey, whose record pIe of fielder's choice jjljjt)
who preceded. Mi romp combined talenta of Martenson In the third Inning across sec 200 yard freestyle, with Of- Hetter'a Hornets 2 I Walker's By.Rite 10, Golden with the Khoury League, nest Sheridan home for the
homo with ,..- er. relieved In the fourth Inning) ond base set the stsge for i ncr (EI) and Brenu (EI.) Food Fair :2 1 I Rule Market T Midget Division last year first tally In that inning

(Photo by Dan. Phlfer) __ and Widen, catcher run as Martenson scooted for Gottarhalk (P), Alexander Clrl"j) { Perrlne Bait and Tackle 1 2 MIDGET DIVISION boasted 13 consecutive wins, But he got a real bombirtf
The Mowers who went hit. i'home stealing around third.. Flatter Ins. Agency 1 2 Gulfitream Super" Sec,. S 0 hai Improved his position asa
ment In the fourth Blair
lets In the first 8, Hurst (P), Elliott (E),., Pullunt Roes Realty Inc 1 2 South Miami Federal I 1 hurler for the Juvenile DIvision as and
Inning
Palmetto Wins got i Right Field Smash Flipse (E) came In In the bays'' (;I'n. Bevelopment Corp. 0 Channel 10 I 1 Spurlln hooked him for a can-
run the left-
across plate e' I pie of hits. With
fielder, Huband mused Apero walked and stole a (0 yard freeatyle. Girls, Gay W. T. Grant 0 3,Coral Gablea Federal I 1 H. )pitched the first no-hit Yancey 01
At Track Meet "roiresihcly the bags ahead of Blair, Spur
lor (P), Bunton (PI), Saturday Scores !'
around the bases couple of times to score a run Knights of Columbus I IPrrrin. game agalnit South Miami
Palmetto) won second place a a walk, wild pitch and mandatory ont 'In the fifth and Mirtenaon again Individual medley Newmann .Pilot Life Ins 17, Can Dev.' Cutler Ridge. Bnk I I Cove Tigers this ...eon. a caused tin and two Meyers rune, fielding to cents emit the
the Northern-Southern Dirt|. milled the ball for a right Corp. 4Perrine Maule Industries 0 S walk-away game that saw Howard .
romp home when the bases (E), MacDonald (P). McCarty plate for the Bat-A Ballcri
lion InvlUUonil list week, were loaded by batters Fllrpat- field smash for. two.baae hit I(en Girls, Lance (P). w T_ Bait r.-and iHeater's Tackle 14,I Dick's Cities Berr. S I Schoen'i Bat-A-Ballen,

with 38 points. rlrk., _,. Srartorr___ ___. >_n.,>_t V.Atr_:____.. finally landing at the Plate for ;;; ,I Saturday and Sunday Scores rack up four hits and three Beneckson'a clean hit to
They were lust barely edged the fourth. run at the bottom of In boys diving, D. Hurst (P), Hornets 14, Pullum I I rune In the second game of the right center In the fifth for s
by Strsnshsn High who cored Adds A RunA the sixth Ebrrhart (E), Matthews (E),I Ron 1 Knights of Columbus 4, Chan'I aeason. single failed to pay off when
41 polnti. simile situation developedIn I i Food Fair (1.0) got two hits Gills, Kirchlner (PI.) Miami Lawn Mower B, Food I net 10, 1 Yaneey'a (set ball\ kept the Jim V.nee,1nfleld tap caught!
First place In the Pole Vault the third when Jeff Green and swung for 20 strikeouts I Fair 4 (Game protested) South Miami Federal 4, Dlck'a Tigers hili... for seven Innings Bob at second on a flelder'i
event went to Steve Owen at .well replacing Huband at left The Lawn Mowers got three Butterfly, boys, Tlllman (E),'CR Merchanta Alan, 12 Flsr-+ Cities Service t although he walked three men choice play. Later, Yancey vu
1)7 feet. Second place was walked and stole two bases bits and went down for IT Calender (P). Estevei (E). ler Ins 7 Coral Cables Federal 3. Per and suffered a putout In the nabbed midway between first
won by Robert McQhenny with finally added a run on i wildnitch strikeouts. Girls, Ryan .(P), Ambler. (P) So. Dade Ontlmlst 18, EasternAlrllnea tin. Cutler Ridge Bank! 1 first Inning. But he aaw 17 and second by the Tiger infield -
a marker of 13 eeU In the aims Inning Scars Freestyle, 100 yards, boys.1 I 2 Gulfatream Super 8r 6,.Maule batters smite the air attemptingto .
Easy winner In the hlh berry who made the rli-n't' BANTAM DIVISION 1O
o" ) I meet his ball The winners meet Plnecreit
Brenda (El), Barber (PI), Diner curve
hurtles at 140 WM Bill Tucker i a walk and two sles's .. n"'e-T'rOne 1 (E). Girl., Gottachalk (P) Fnowden'a Country Store a I Jt'ENILE DIVISION The Tiger's luckless pitchergot st Perrlne on Sunday In sn st
Hit time for the low hurdle nabbed at home Edge met the Communlcatlnna Co., Inc a 0 J B.t-A.B.II S 1p
nun (P). little field support In the tempt to wipe out the than
l'Vl'ntI'U 201 Hli broad same fate In the fourth but ('nr'd By VIP ,.? I Whiz Kid I J I II International Builders t :I third Inning when he walked ful slaughter of the first game
I.
jump distance of 21.7 cap catcher Ferrers, who clouted Backstroke, boys, NewmannE I Gablea Insurance Co. I I Perrlna Llona 2 1 catcher Tom Sheridan. A cou 14.2 suffered two weeks ar*
lured second place the apple to right field for a ), Seltlin (P), Hota (P). Perrlne Ave, Merch, I I I IN. C. Jesse Real Estate 0 8 -, .
Bob Wolrath lead the field single moved around the bates Mr, Francis Wall local Ilrnt Girls, Gsylor (PI.) Perrina KlwanlsPerrlne t I Saturday and Sunday Score.
BP *
In the 880 yard dash time: without too much opposition to A-Car executive and ardent Lepplg' of Palmetto took the Coloraraf I 2 Team S (So, Miami) 7, M. C. k *, *
2003: an Art Dumford won score the third run of the game golfer scored a hole-Inline' on 400 yard Freestyle followed by Walkers By,Rite, I I Jesse 4 J T & .*
third place for the high jump for the Mowers Joe Creenwell, Miami Lakes golf tou". No. Rublnl (E) and Cowhart (E). Coral Reef 66.Per'ne J.,'. 1 I Team 5 (Plneerest) 9, International -
.t 5'0"The who walked to first, sited to 12 hole. Girls, Alexander (P), Rawla Atlantic Printers 1 2 Builders 6
Mile Relay event (3:30)) but the ball at home plate as. He used a 3 Iron driving (P). Dad's Hardware 1 2 Perrin. Lions 5, Team 6 (Plne
rated third place for running Into the wind, to atom hla tee
Breastroke taken by crest) 1BatABaU
Golden
he circled the bates, was Rule Market 1 2
\ mates Tad Koich, Zack Edge: Home Run on the 161'yard par three bole. Belhea of Edison, 2nd, Mac hour Stewart Realty 0 2 2, Team .T (Sooth
Bill Howard left and Coral Bob Wolr.th.P.lmrtto Cablet. A home.run by pitcher Scars I This on was Miami the Lakes 16th holelalone Donald (P), 3rd Kendall (P). 0. Young Printing 0 a Miami) 0
Girls, Jones (P). Saturday and JUNIOR DIVISION
In Ua wake with 31 points. jerry In the seventh a solid l lug golf course. th.uenl'l Sunday Scores
Freeatvle relay boys.. Burke.S Snowdens Co Store I, Perrlne Flynn Dixie Ribs S 1 )
-- -----
I. Hunt, D. Hurst and : Ave. Merchants 1 United Commercial Tra, 1 2 t.1
II bee of Palmetto beat )B.r:1 Atlantic Printers 10, Coral Reef Saturday Scores ar
rllp/ ., Tlllman and Elliot 66-Perrlne Jaycees 8 Team (So. Miami) >, United .
Edison Girls, -- Commercial
Ambler ---- -- Tnvdm 1 i itr"
11 ,.. I'' Davit and Jones of Palmetto Boxing Card Flynn Dixie Elba 8, Team 8
(Tropical Park) 0

No Deer For DogBreak U Armory ( part ) a"e o

Boxing Is scheduled for the "B" Laigue
a dog of chasing deer Homestead Armory Wednesday South Miami RrI
Federal wiv
.. i Ike this: Pester the dog for night April 22. U Gotten 232. vs E. y '

several days with ammonia Under the auaplces of Homes Dixie Null Bank Sunlland
soaked Into a rag and hang itesd's Brown Gym the fight Lions 6.3.Pearlson. vi
around hla neck Then find a card Includes one-eight-round.
deer track and somewherealong tr, two sis-rounders and two Ember Ini Engineering SI."C" vs Me-
+ GILLETTE track soak ground for four-rounder.
1 Cucuttv Law Zoo feet or so with ammonia Featured events match Leroy Pan American: league
pnllte w Mulll- Then release dog on the un- tahmlng and Dave Clark, of Tire vs Wle-
r Mil* Mwfc. IYnr soaked part so he trails Into the light heavyweight division gand S.M.Plumbing .-.. .
JR, Cb k. Tr* tr Rahmlng who recently Jaycees vs I".. 8 3Amer .
NrlM M Ik* the objectlonsl! odor He may as. w. .
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r sumed of the vi River
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MM* PflM.N ever chance the experiment ; gym .
tide 4 2.
.. trainer and
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a N.t. clef Nat SMM4U II been boxing for seven yesrsmd "D" League
I .,, NN Ckut. I vanquished such foes as No 1 Yankees vs No. 4-4-0 1. .r '
LEARN TO FLYIn Lee Irwin Tony Augire' and No 3 Yankees vs No 3-A
the "Compact of The AI," Thomas Stewart. He'a had 23 Atom Lens,. D
The New Piper Colt fights, winning 17, alx by KO's Amertec v. Sunlland Lunch "r
i LOW PRICE TIRE SALE SOLO COURSE $110 He lost five by decision, one 1-0. ,
HOMESTEAD AVIATION knockout. (No-hitter by Micky Everall) d1t.u'
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Rebels Show Big Stick To Two Hurlers.


South Dade Defeats Key West 'Conclis.'

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ly lAM SINICKION too But It was the fleet.tooted to retch third wu stymied and the tame area followed by pumped his way toward Fer .
The South Dade "R bfl."I Harris who got back to home Siltzmin'i Icfl-center smash Siltimin'i two.bi{ conked the Key West "Conchi" plate for the first run of the left him dingllnf at second too more rum In. Russell again Impact, Carey hit by RuiieU'
.t Harris Field, April 10, to ball game Vihlcn wu caughtat Pay Dirt caught it third. wild pilch in the seventh mid ;
core six bill and four runt In home plate on a fast play Real pay dirt for the Rebels Pelk'l Pltk H It no farther thin third.
one of the more exciting b.... from third baseman Met I came in the sixth when Quln- Polk'i pickoff of Friri al Ruucll limited the Key Weit. .
bill bitllei this anion that re. Qulnonei' hit In the first I onei' left-center drive for I third wu one of the highlight ere to three bite and scored
lulled In i victory for South didn't pay off when Polk two.bite bit, Tolk'i single to it the Conch'i second baseman flu strikeout '
Dade 41 slammed a hard drive to ihort- ka % \\"Id\ I
SOl Flat atop for the third out.Bonus .
The Conch'i southpaw hurler, Bill
Albury, bottled the SOS flag Newton, on first with i bonus
In the fourth following i tie ball In the second Inning, lost I tt
wore situation Shortstop Carey the tuule with catcher, Fran. Sports Round-Up
went In to ton the apple who beat Johnny with I fut
for the lett,hsnder, throw to shortstop, McCarthy.The .
The Rebels, who started the Rebels picked up anotherrun I
bill rolllnc with i walk for In the fourth when New* torn beneckion" sports editor
Harris, nw Vihlon and Cross ton rounded the bases follow
on the bin on pitted bails, Ing i walk Ruiicll'i attempt
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So. Dade In Top] Spots At Track Meet\ '4 / n

South Dide'i track team con.phrey. Time 132.1: 1 by Carol City, Coral Park, Ml '
tlnuei to make I fine showing Scotty Login: In third poiltlon ami Beach, MacArthur JUgh FOND FAREWELL le expreiied by St. Louie Cardinal form director, Eddie
at the Invitational events broke his own record at and Columui. Stenky ai ha eutegraphe a bet to Meyer Richard (Dick) Cenley af Homeiteed.
t .x r List Frld.)"'. event nw the 2015: and McMlchieli won a Welting their turn to lien lha hickory stick It (left) Art Fetiner, AdmlnfitretlvaAulttent
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Rebel capture prime positions Time similar 23.0 petition. Blackburn in von the first 220 Tennis Ball QuailHere's ; and (right) Chief Sheldon lender, assistant firm director The Cords

coring 22 points muscle Larry place et II:10, "fold their tenti", April 23. (Photo by Dan Phifer)
A pulled on another good one for
I Alexander leg coil the Rebels Gary Brantley secured tint training a dog for quail retrlevIng .
t the 100 yard race and I few place in the sophomore Uviilon Just take an old tennli ball BASEBALL Rcdlnnd Cops Crown
needed points, Larry won third
for the one-mller, Time and wok It In glue Then roll I
place Capturing second place In I 4521.: In i bowl of quail feathers, Theyoung STANDINGS
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the B80 Relay event were Bill And on Thuriday, April 23, pupa will love I'flllevlnil In Golf Tournament '
Blackburn, Eddie McMlchiel,1 South Dade stage 1U Gin In* it and learn that the quill Kent I LtTTLI LEAGUE
Bruce Blggi: and Lorento Hum vlUUonil Track Meet attended means fun. Ai ef April II In in Interclub association Ann Denton KW) 78; Mary Lee
L match, Redland Men'i AttocIaUott rlegi (R) 70: Key Fertldo
Turn W
w at the RedUnd Country KW) 78 and DotU Beach (K)
Coral 0 2 0 Club trounced the Key 78.
fF A Wilt Golf Club In I hotly-con-
rtlr CirpentenPhllllpl J 0 tested competition that law A return match It ilated for
rrhe 68 1 1 tome 70 golfers in the tourna sometime In August or September
FIRST STEAL of the game U achieved by Rebel Sink of Florida 1 I ment. Redlind took the match at Key West. The two clubs
shortstop, Bobby Harrit, ai ha put en the iteom 53-43, made It a social soiree by din
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from first to second The Conch'i iccend-batemon taleyFli ng on Rout Beef and Rout
nda Sontona It reedy for the throw from the plot. City I I A Blind Bogey wu held In Pork buffet
too Iota to count. (Photo by Den Phifer), Police 1 I conjunction wit the Match Saturday April IS, U the
-r round
first ot the Men'i Club
Wirnockftime 0 J Play with the following icorei.
esn r,111! I .r Charles Tatum (K) Net 88; Championship of 38 boles
rf. Reiultit. (since last Tom Crippi (KW) Net '72; Medal Play with Harvey Breauiai
published scores) Jack Steen (R) Net 72. Seven defending champ
hau hook, Line Coral 0 7, Wirnock I, other golfers were tied with
.I Police 1. Bank of Fli. 0. 73 and all received three golf AUTO PAINTING
s anti Carpenters 20, Conley t. illi for price awards, Hand tended 1 Oft93

Coral 0 a, Police 0, In the Ladlei' Match, Key Day Service( 03DuPont
.en.M Sinker E ConJ I, Fli. City I, West defeated Redlani by i Paint
.Ma k u score of 11''.lm. Pirticlpa- M1HBODYSHOP
Uon Included 24 women Low !122 SW 2nd ,-CI7-UII
By BILL BARNES ..- t Palmetto net scores Included Marble

a Fresh water angltri will Just under the limit to a few
find ban, bream, catflih and In the five-pound clan have Guest DayLow
d dock thla Pipe Velvii 0 Fitting Structural Steel
mudfish are providing sport been brought to J:1
along the "Trail" canal and week. Snook are obliging In : net In clauses: A. Mri
locally In rockplti. the creeks during the day Richard Roland, 711; Mrs\ Fred Plumbing Swppltei .
ne Ralph and Betty Reels and under the bridge at night. : Vihlen, 73,
caught lit bream and tome Sillflthina has been holding i Clasa B Mri. Donald Weeks,
"cati," hit Thursday, The up well offshore along with 11, Mri Henry Russell, ItClim A. & B. PIPE & STEEL CO.SOO
and
fish were taken about ten scattered dolphin plentyof C. Mri. Lout Smith, .
mile back In the "gladei" bimcudi. Fishing with 111, Mri. S. Webster, 82.
from U. S, 17. Most any of Jerry Cirty, Sunday, we had Guest: )fn. E, 1L Foulk, 70; N.W. 5th Street Corner 5th Avenue
these easels will produce, three "..11." eyeing the bait tAGGED TOO LATE It ri rlahtflelder Rom I,.. for the Key Wilt Conchs at home fri. William Boyle, 77.
hoMetcr. Betty caught I lev- at one time but only one took Rebel catcher, Polk, wet fraction af e second behind th. tide at Rom- Winner of Best Bill Four PHONE FR 3.6211 MIAMI, FLORIDA
en-and.a.half pound and aalx a yellowtail which wai being r.1ot.scored the tecend run ef the game In the third 'Inning., (Photo by Don nine: Mri. Ralph Neimlth end
J .and.a-quarter pound mud flkhcd on the Inside kite pin.A Phifer) Mrs Gilbert PletU.'
run, a Jump and the line ,
fish using i telescopic glut
parted Later, the lime day,
pole. while the sun wu letting, another Homestead Loses In
On Sunday, Ralph and Lawrence ipindlebeak took a bal10 GIGANTICggrio
Campbell caught 180 I wu fishing on 20 pound
bream plus IS yellowbelly teat spin gear. This fish madea Cables Tennis Tilt
catfish from the tame I,... series of "wilki" off the
I Saltwater' sportsmen can item I leaving a wide belly In I
again expect excellent action the line. It teemed like an Last Sunday at the Homestead The scores were n follows; ,

'thli .weekend throughout the eternity before I could re court, the Hometteid SINGLES Sydney Robinion :
irei Bottom flaking hn been trieve tight line. A coupleof Tennis Club team lost to the :
HO d Leo Fullwood 62, 8.3i;
t very good.Leonard. long rum and i few more Coral Gables Country\ Club ,
CO d Chuck
Lowe, of Ixme'i leipi preceded Jerry't gloved cam by a score of six to three Rues Langstroth
I 'Mirlna, Key Largo, was trollIng hand grasping the bill of thli So for this year the local team Griffin 63, 8.11; Mac Cliflin.
II 81. 6 0
,
Vincent
CG d Couper ;
II I the "atreim" with mullet, 46-pound iiilfish, in not been shut out In the
I Bill Colton CG d Earl Vogel
Saturday, when a large blue The Mt Teurnamtnt ends Sundiy matches. SALE
I marlin rote Just behind the this Sunday at midnight If 61, 61; Lee Langttroth CO d ,
itern. The blue took all four you haven't entered i fish, The return of Sydney Robin. Don Collier (4, 64; Bob Rohe. r
lines before making I iltillng do It this weekend became ton did a lot for the team be. CG d Sydney Kanter (1, e 0.

run. The marlin, conservatively fishing ihould be topi. cause he defiled the veteran DOUBLES: RobInson & Collier I ot the Notional Guard Armory
estimated at ten feet, Leo Fullwood in singles and HO d Fullwood and Colton I HomesteadThursdayFriday
Tide Table 26. e 2. lit; R. Langitroth Jc
ting on in aerial display with win in the doublet. Rohe CG d Griffin fc Tommy ,

two beautiful leapt High Low Within few weeks the Home- Thompton 86, 46, 8.2i; Vogel ,
Other craft leaving from a,m. p.m. a,m. p.m. stead team will be greatly In end W, Hirnlih HO d Claflln fc
Lowe' found excellent bottom Thu 10.5S 1145; 5.00: 6:20 need of players because two L. Langitrolh 64, 6-4.
fishing on the nearby reefi. Fri. 11:58 SitSS 8:20 of the will be
Harry Lowe laid few boats Sat. 12.48: 1:01: 7.02: 7:27: town. Collier reguliri It returning lea\'lnll to League Stindlne
went out becaune of the Inttructlonit For accurate Turn W L
school to obtain a Doctori degree
cloudy, rainy weather we Hid tide Information for ipeclfle in Engineering and Via- Royal Palm 4 0 ,
here, Saturdiy The weather areas, add key figures to above cent Couper U going north for Coral Cabins 2 0 7:30: x
wu clear on the Keyt. This time table, Cine Florida, Key business Salvador 2 0 p.m.
It often the cue, to don't Bltcayne High .49, Low 1.02 purpotei.On HJalcabHenderion 2 I .
ally home when Just down Fowey Rocks High .03, I Sunday, April 19th at 1p.m. J I
the road the tun may be Low .02 Ragged Keys Flamingo Park will cometo Hollywood 1 1
shining brightly.The High 2.50, Low 2.S3. Angel Homestead to play. The pubic Flamingo 1. TRUCK LOAD
taut ire in down Jewfish fish Key High .22, Low .26 it invited to watch the Moore Park 1.
Creek way. Report from Tavernier High .34, matches free of charge and at Miami Shores 0 2
Gilbert Marina Indicate good Low .39 Long Key (west about three or three.thirty Homestead 0 2 BRAND NEW MERCHANDISE
prospect for the weekend. end) High .49 Low ,42 some court will be free for Kings Bay 0 '2
Lot of the "epecki" from Florida Bay same flgurei. other play ,N. Miami Beach 0 I i
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Pees tighteee The_NRWI LlADU end CUniR RIDOI-PERKINI' POST r Thursday, April II, it+W


PTA To Buy Fans, Other' Supplies For ClassroomsGood School Winners Are Listed



Will Bags To Be CollectedBoy Several Area Students


Prepare For County BeeA

Scout Troop t3l Sat- Chandler hn received the children Sharon, Ricky and Personal MentionUr.
day will collect the Good Will promlM of a donation of saws Florida Shells, were surprised with i and Mrs Stanley Bern- Homestead Carter, Gloria Williams; WeilHemasttad ra Warren) Avecsde, GIlt
begs left at homes la florid dust to be used la the lumping City house warming party given by hart lad aoa Wayne ire guess, score and of Greater who hive Otis T. Wallace, through five, Sally Roberta,
at/ Jut week.Scoutmaster pit. He bn volunteered the friends Friday evening at their of Rev. and Mrs. Lee R. Cnhim boys girts Maxine Mitchell; A. L. Lewis Don Done, Jeffrey fuuta
werde
with
Thomas Joseph transportation of It it nil OWBeipense. lyArdli Weaver new home on NW Second Street at their borne on SW Siith I ming way with dictionary are and trim word I Ililt. Ronald Miyi OKM Clayton; Vicki Peterson, Marilyn Peep:

It asking everyone with the rhoe 247.7191 Guests at the affair Included Street They expect to be here ., getting ready for countywide Naranfa, Charles Rkhirdson, Air law, one through Tau
bags to let them on their Tool Air Conditlenig" I Mr, and Un. Leroy SheiU and two weeki. Un. Graham Is the spelling bees late this Sharon Bush; Pine Villa Phyllis Susan Kalnltsky, Beth Wiu-
porch by noon. Tbo boys e*. The Assembly ot God Church coos Earl and Jay; Mr. aDd Bernhirdts' daughter, They month McMillon Nathaniel Monroe Debra Montgomery! lad ,
pert to spend the afternoon on W Palm Drive li hiving City it T p.m. Nond.,. Cliueiwill Mrs. James OberbolUer and I make their borne In Chicago They won the chance to enter .I Hihan; ill, Brook Hunt, Neva
collecting them. I air conditioning Instilled IB the be held there Monday aDd daughter Tina: Ur. and Mrs Also here with Mem Is Miss! by emerging winners it; Individual trade winners, King Casper. one through Hit
nil U IB annual project I ssactuiry. According to Rev.1 Tuesday evenlBii, with the one Lamar Holliager and daughter Marjorie Vokae of Chicago ipelldowni In their respective ether than those listed. above. Patrick Coughlln. Linda SnOt
sponsored by thi scouts ta IB dirence Pannier pastor, the on Wednesday, being conducted Denise: Ur. and Mrs. Dave schools. For students of grades were is fellewii Lynn Taylor, Andrea Crstkahaw ,
effort to obtain Items of cloth. unit U expected to be la work .it the Community Center on Hartzler: Rev and Mrs. Ken ).Ir.. Thomas Joseph ind Un five through eight there will teuth Dads, Jim Pinorsky, Steven Home.
log and household articles to Palm Drive fbeme of the neth Nauman and children Miles Mason entertained for Narana| one through
leg order by the end of the be a contest April 29 at the llth grade: Redondo, grades (oat
U Mid U Good Will Store. .ft'. course li "Baptist Heritage." Dale and Donna: Miss Martha memben of the Junior Melhodlst DuPont Plata Hotel, Miami, one through five respectively, Barbara Taylor, Catherine
Sheila, Miss Jane Weaver; Youth Fellowship at the with the winner eligible to com. Michael Blahs, Hodgei Etelli Fuller Cm
PTA ..,.rt ..pri.. NeHs Brian Hlstt
The Parent Teacher AIM' Members of the Women's The IT-volce Junior choir, ,a.der Miss Jane Hersbey; Miss Barbara Joseph home on SW Fifth pete la the national bee In John Reynolds, Jean Sullivan, Williams; Pine Villa, eg
elation of tilt Elementary Missionary Society of the flap the dIrecUoa of Un. Carol HolUngerf; Mien Mary Street Wednesdiy. Those attend. Washington, D. C., la June. Claire Hess; Sacred Heart, Elem through four, Shell Glee, Bu
Moore, will present Itt first Undls; Miss Irene Zlramer- Ing were Jerry Miller, Bonnie Another Pamela bin Washington, Johnnie
hit countywlde spelldown Euro gride five, Ford
School net Its budget for list Mlnloa met Monday even ,
mint; Mia Dorli Good Miss PrewUt Susan
program at the Sunday evening ; Leigh Donna for grade I through 12, six. I Willie Use Richardson; WNI
the year ud reports that re- lag at the borne of Mrs. Lou Thomas, grade
Falb
Gladys Edward
servo fundi will be used to Tisdali on NW Sixth Avenue service Young people Inter. Robert Reeder; Cain and Dean, Jane Davis, Call Leend- will be In the Biscayne Terrace Redland Ilementary, grades Homestead., one through tU,
eited la becoming memben of ers and Jcinlne SanDt.HAPPY Hotel Miami April 17. Griffin, Ligreti Uclfenry. Yardley .'
purchase electric fans for the for a general meeting of iD one through four, Greg 0.
classrooms and for obtaining the circles. Mr*. Marie Hirrii till group Should contact Un. Although there U no county Lynn Herron, Jeffrey Kocak, hams, Johnny Davis, Dellarti
supplementary reader There sac la char{' of the program Moore. Rehearsal are each wide competition for the lower ,Carolyn Hone/curt'grade: ill, Griffin, Cleo McKnljht, AniuMcKiy
are also plant to purchase iup- Thursday evening at ber borne grades, most elementary schools Brenda Harris; Leisure City, ; A. U Lewis, one
plies for the custodial depart The study course of the Triln on NW Second Street held beet from grade one up. one through five Awlldi Con-' through five, Charlton Whlppi
mrnt log I'nlon: will get under..sy it The Fay Taylor Circle met Local winners 'r.m grades isles, Lennle Mowty, Larry I Gloria Clayton, Keith Part
Fifth gridi teacher James the Baptist Campla, Florida it the borne of Un. Ben Eversage I through II, end their run Lott, Crystal Chiiitensen, Deb-I Ernest Fulton, Cheryl Brock
Tueidiy morning nersu*'alternates, ere these
: levee Oatfe High, Louise
Assembly of Oed
,/ Hess, Jim McDonald; Hme.stead .
GRAND OLE OPRY STARS Beginning Sunday, a special! Joule High, Alex Goldberg LOOKINGFOR
service will be conducted for Jim Thorn; Redland, Jwn.Ur .
the juniors aged I to 11 High Fred Gay, Rita Bar.
years of the Assembly of ban: Mays Junler.Unler High
COME TO SOUTH DADE
God. The services will start at Jennette Walker, Lionird EXCITEMENT?
11 am, and will be conductedby Green.
Mr*. Clarence Finder, 11ilited From grades. five through
WILLIS BROS. and RED SOVINE
by Un. Liverna Rich tt ) eight winners and' .,..",.,.. ,
ards. ret I JOIN NOW
r Homestead Junior High Su-
I Special committees have been tan Fleeter. Gary Hollies; I
appointed to lid la the workof Redland Jwnler High Patricia PARTIES !
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the church. They are: Ira. Guy, Wendy Kaplan; Sacred
I Ilr. and Mr.'lDre Heart Francis Puccli
pi-overrent Margarita
7:30 May McKee; visitation Ralph C.... Lejana; Neva King Ceoper. CLASSES!
8 Idy and Thomas Knemer, and Leslie Knoblauch, Sari tiles;
p.m. music, ),Ir. and Un. Werwln Avecade, Otto R. Mitousek (no OUTINGS!
I for.erlOll. runnerup listed) .
May 7:30 Air Base, Debbie Bullock
!' Members ot the church lur- (no runnerup listed); Flerltfa Get Acquainted Offer For Homes e.. Ana- |9.IS
8 p.m. priced Rev and Un. Pannier .4 City, William Polston (no run
,wIth a reception Tuesday eve- nerup); Leisure City, Bob Gas
'fining I it the pinonige. They .i con, Elene Hubbard; Redende, CALL NOW 247-1428
'presented I the pastor and his i 4 M'k Freda Shelter. Mary Beth Sullivan .
i.Ue many gifts and groceries : and Frances Spinal, I Continental Dance Club
(tied for runnerup); RedlantflIlementary ,, Savoy
The Rev. and Wr*. Pander riJA Terry Kruse (no
"WILLIS MOTHERS"So. lad Ur. and Un. Uoyd Crsw- runnerup listed). i 1124 North Federal Highway, Homestead
ford of Homestead plan to attend Mays Junler High, Benjamin j'

Dad High School Auditorium the Full Gospel Interns- t 1S
tional Buiinesimen's fellow
ship meeting Monday evening
Florida Filtration of the Blind in MJimLHevso
Sponsored by
I IDoel. OCCASION tfur!*| Lily Lawrence low Library
( County Chapter) Wsrmlnf, Party observance of Notional, Library Week li arrival CLASSIFIED IS FORIFVOUBUySiUIBBDHIREOIlREIlI
I Mr and Mrs. Hubert Orr andLET'S of a book donation from the Womon'a, Club
of Homestead. Librarian Mn. Fred Suber (left)
U shown occeptlna an arwiful of the volumu (from I 1
Mn. Michael Wolfert. Alia present, but not pictured'
ware Mn Charles Mum end Mn. Herrii Dell .;
RE-ELECT who presented the clyb'a gift to the library Tunday. I ,
(Staff Photo) ,


I Poston Calls For Swim Classes I .

SYLVESTER ADAIRJUSTICE
Look At TaxesRalph I Are Still Open


OF THE PEACE I Potion of South Miami The Metro-Bade County

;. candidate for the Stale Park and Recreation Department .'
;Lerlslituri from Group 2, his announced that registration : J
U .UU being taken for the
,., .. called for a now look at the
beginner swim classes for preschoolers
late''. taxation program "In and adults which are
h order to seek tax legislation! now in progress at Matheson I tl
which will protect the family. Hammock, dally, Monday
through Friday.
-Ufa fight unfair, and lelf- I
lab Interest taxation," Poston The adult cists U it 10 i.m.,
PULL
PULL said. "The little man has been followed by the pre-achool class
paying the kills of governmenttoo it 11 im. The Instructor laMr. l ; i t t.
LEVER LEVER45A long while special Interests .. Irene Sutton from the ,
hive gotten sway without their Metro Dade Part Recreation
J just share.. Department

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I RENTED IT
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F THROUGH THE WANT

SYLVESTER ADAIR ,

The Only Qualified Candidate U Years Experience) 2 Years Homestead Municipal WANT r ADS
Judge, 12 Years As Justice Of The Peace. ADSNo

.Thi Following Letter Illustrates The Respect #C C' PULL!
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Accorded To My Court. : M

(Below ire excerpts from letter d.teell.IU4) : ; J .


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OFFICE OF 4.
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STATE ATTORNEYRICHARD

E. GERSTEIN
(Sfota Attorney) WANT
a I HIRED IT

Honorable Sylvester Adair
Justice of the Peace ADS
Homestead,Florida THROUGH THE
!
DeirJudgtAdalr.I i4t PACK

want to express my appreciation to you for the outstanding t I &t WANT ADS
cooperation you have given this office. .
; P- POWER!
The conduct of your court U exemplary, your demeanor
ai a Judge and your knowledge of the law are second to 4"i
one. Your service n Justice of the Peace has contributed a great
deal to the proper administration of 'Justice In the south i
end of our county,
.
Again may I reiterate the sincere appreciation of
the State Attorney's office

J TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD CALL THE
Cordially. ,
RICIIARD i:. GERSTEIN
State Attorney

k NEWS LEADER POST
' CORDIAL WELCOME greeted visitors to the new
.::::i Leisure City landing library ot opan house Sunday
LEVER afternoon. Hostess Mn. Jock brass, (left) elfen
'LETS RE-ELECT SYLVESTER P. ADAIR 45APd.Pot.Adv. punch to Ethel I. Hordmon, one ef the men* vlsi- CI 7.2321 CE
8-3393
rt. '. ton to the new facility located U the Leisure City
.*.,". Civic Association building In the community ihop-
\A ping cln..,. (Stef photo).
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Thuraday. A rll U, W4 NIUu.CmGiiRIiPOT
The Pt_* Nineteen


Mainly For Exploration 21 SpecIal Services 2S Horn Builder 38 BusIness Property
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& Repairmen
ANYTHING. steam cleaned DON'T miss this buy. 84114'

Check These wheels cUgned and balanced AAA CONSTRUCTION or *ddi CBS bulletin: on VII, bankfinancing
Council Adopts License I Blvd. Cities Service, 777 lions call Wally Kelrsted HS.C'K, balance
, I Homestead Blvd. Ci 7-4355, U H8O cash, price $30,000, Partner
, Low Want-Ad Rates! --- dissolving, 7 :1I aell. Box 832,
ADDITION"
ADDING MACHINES -;I Remodeling. Goulde.CI ,
Typewriter*, new, used, re.1 R>.liable, reaaonable. Free eatlmatea. _
Proposal Conditionally I built./ Bought, sold, rented C& 0.71181.)10 \ 1148 APARTMENT' house lreturn. unit
. 2 "",. .2 DAYS $0.90 Authorised Remington Sates --- -- -- completely furnished, good
. service auppllea. S. Dade Of ADDITION, remodeling' and .. t 13.foot lota toned
J 3 """ .2. DAYS-$1.20 fire Machines 1224 new construction of all types bualneaa, plenty of room for
The Homestead city council being studied by the Dade In rh* entire unincorporated, Krome Ave. Cl, 78412. by licensed and Insured con more units Only $23.000 wllh
4 .2
Monday adopted i resolution County Industries Advisory ara of the COVII'". These ".. DAYS-$1.60 I pair_ alljnakeaCOMPL N'I tr.rlot. CE a 31195. good terms. Call MargaretFranklin

t favoring a tltslt occupational Board, for probable recoraendaUon who qualify for limited-area 'r,.... low rU* 'M>'lr It ,.1' wlikhi TFaiteratlona. PRANK-Delk licensed: tl 74837, CE S-
j license for Dd county build. to the county and licensee nly would cantlnw fl.. tab d.r. or U.t 1.....'... ned *ro Painting Warkmsnnhijguaranteed. 0116OIlm.. Cray, Realtor.
. tradesmen but mad It III .*.*. *. full word. th.r.t_ ws r*> Ing Exper., reasonable. CE and Insured,
lag 27 municipalitiesUnder t* lit restrict1 t* that area. *..... Ih* rIhto rtrlrl *ur .bkr.vl*- I 8.4285.EDGING. I Cl 7-2257. 39 Forma & land For Sola
. clear that the action li only the .. .. --
plan, cities would Rhode and Dickinson, bothin ( I* t llBlud .1oN ft word -
;
, to encourage exploration of the agree to the tount,'. teasing $1 firrt"timei SOc MASTER painter local refer BY OWNiR, 10.rr.
, the building trade, hava said W* will not ba responsible for mort thon one thereafter. CE 8-1849. ..nr... Phone d 8X1132: 30211 2750 a '5279, grins
. ipprovil. a single, county-vide occupational the plan merits study, but thatit Incorrect 'Insertion of ad. _- 5W 173rd Av'. Homeatead.McMiCHAIlT acre
The adoption was moved by license for building does not touch local build- ell' LAWN Sen Ice'reasonable, 1. 39..

Councilman Fred Rhode "10 tradcamen, and would return er.' big problem that of restriction call docs It all CE B-1M9, iON paintingWork Acreage

the city can be kept advleed." to each city its proportionate to>> Homestead and FOR BEST RESULTS! LAWNS to mow after school- & guaranteed., licensed IIN TH? Redtand.rrra

Ij And Councilman William share of the license fee, Florida Clly.DlrklnlOn weekends. CI 7-2829. I and Insured Cl T 1S44. the pines Good terms or

II j Dlcklnsa Mid Ma affirm The license would permit its said ha NEW -- better for cash Valencia
can seethe CLASSIFIED and
DEADLINES PAINTING
paperhanging
tin vohi on ttio resolution holders to work within Dade LAWN service, 12.yeara expert- Really CI 73993.
any aingla license' beneflta tolarge C bmilh. CE!: 88542.PAINTINOT .
keel Iitotaj end reliable, I I
deee not mean no will valeyaa municipality aa well ai in the contractor now eligible Set Solid enre, dl'r.nd."le, I
0003.QUICK
If the c.unty accepts the county, without having to buy to work county-wide provided Edition Ad DaodlintSunday I'tlpon Licensed, Insured. CloitiM Display *

,t single license end sobs cities a separate, clty-laaued license. they buy municipal licenses fot OLD-fhlonrd ICrIPtPp- .n-,1 Moat and clean work Buford : ,- -
Friday, 10:00 a.m. ship Diplomat chanera, Bl-1 Adams, CI '..3009.IVIUONi .
to adopt It fee I It would' be granted only any city they wish to work In, :
The one-Ucenie proposal la to tradesman elllblo to werl but he doesn't tee how It could Thursday Wdr>tidoy, 10.00 '.m. .- bles. etc. 271-02.44. READS 1aTABER

! benefit the smaller. local eon- ORDIRS $10 or more plant-i CLASSIFIED PACIil
, tractor -- South Dod' Largest endMost ed free Sea our patio ('. professional Real,

t Councilman stepping stones all sizes,!* Cltmifitd DitplayICHOI.ICHOIICHOI 'vt9 Estate IrokerLotl.I'.Ac"a,1
Herman Marks
Widely Read Cia IIi fled Sctla"t! round and square,
sated far th* ,...Iutllll. but signs CS 57913. 1 r'lror:1:'------ -

added, "I don't want the big i mann Nursery, 21103 8. Dixie ---- -- -- I 100 Palm Drive-riorlda City

centractora and vntena" t. CI 7-2321 CE HOT, I---- .
8-3393 _ -
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have this (sln,l* license far ; ----- ----- -
Wish Laundromatopen l lI
th* cautity) ** their ownbeay. Deluxe Home $100. DOWN
f ." dally from 7 a m. til 11 Country
t p.m. Fully 1 supervised, con- 4 bedrooms, I bath. Large
J The already-drafted resolution I dit' ned sir, drop off aervlce CI 7-2543 garage. Iiream kitchen,
whlck the council 12 Fewelo Help Wonted 13 Moll
paaaed Help Wanted colored TV, children eornr Echo Jordan Realtor Gleaming hardwood floor
Was sent to the city by Metro anark bar 83 SW Otis St. ,
100KK ISPI RSuflrpart SIRVICI. billion attendants, homestead
Commissioner Lewis B. Whit- Hurry, call Jim Lytle, Cl
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time light typing Perrine
I r' worth, who la backing the In- middle aged permanent realdents ; I ICHOE.ECHOE.ECHOEMamic
Employment, PerrineAe. while Apply Direct $IwiNC MACHiNl"repalra. 7-7221 or CE S-22B8.
dustrlea Advisory Board' pro. .. tE *. 418a Oil Co, 809 N. Flagler Me. J'r..a rhrrkuni" ot ill mikea .
pout : 35-yra.: experience.. lr.. free,,
BARMAID Homestead or Coulna Station ---------- THE KEYES CO.
attractive, expertenced. !
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service on all renalra." C. J.
Apply Bamboo ViU 14 Mel & Female Dallier Cl 7-1829. 1220 N. Kroma Win, listed 1 1I 1I

\ Helicopter after T p.m. Help Wanted TRACTOR mo 'lniiSkk; ;"b bar P. SmithReg. I

IMALI unde74S.niustnhave Real litat Broker
'. experience In bookkeeper WANTED lull or part Um or whirlwind CI 7-5803 I ALL EXCLUSIVES

,pfr' 'ti Surveillance handling l money, typing and cl-nilitlo salesman' good img$ trimmed-toppea\ removed : "Doll Houaa"

making telephone contacts. commission' I pail for new aubacrlpt'ona. : RI'''., reliable, cope 2 Bedroom Horn 300.00 Coulda, colored. T duplexes,
Apply In own handwriting, Call for I Interviewanpnlnt. I Dynamiting, Cl '4028. 14 unlta. 1 bedroom, 1 bath
jj .
Bears
FruitSheriff giving I qualification and reference ., Cl 7-2321, CE 8 58.00 per mo, Immediate each Rented for $53 per

to Brooker Lumber TV RIPAIRSat your home. occupancy upon qualifying. month unit. Gross In.
Company, 22) SW 2nd Av*., WHIT Wm. Hale CE 1587. per
T A. Buchanan'a helicopter homestead, Fl*. man or woman with i *'Nlc* Horn1' come over tuooo, will sell all
aurvelllanco of South chauffer'a license for drlvIng WI DRILL holea Poet Tree :2 Flame Homos or part.
Dade JOHNSON Glrla. fountain nr Tall fl 7-OAR3\ : after 4 30
II bearing fruit Frlday'a -Shiubbery Ph. CI T7764, Near Neva King Cooper

locket of hearings before dining room positions, full 15 Wo.k Wonted-Femal. Frank Irvine. $0000.00Sub'divl.ion ) Ten good square acres high .

Judge Sylvester Adair In time, days or evening Apply ---.- -- It dry with I 1 bedroom car.

homestead Indlcatea. In 1090 person N. homestead Howard Johnson'a Blvd. lABYtlTTINO, 1-lnfant, my XEROX 914 copy service Permanent Land Acreag poll, Florida room, collage '

Pilot of the helicopter which I home, experienced. CE!: 8- copies on bond paper Lola Bualnraa Key pro- and Urge utility Priced to

In recent weeks has regularly RCCIPTIONIlT typist, 3870 made In lens than one minute petty t Rental aell. Only 124,000 with good
cruised over farm areas in an tlve, \lvacloui, local Ittr-'I. -BABYSITTING- -- home -Lei I Lltho'Craft Printer, 78 term.
effort to apprehend trespaaaera I Perrln Employment, aura City. Cl 7.8763.my I N\7 lat St., Homestead. W* welcome your listings
nine Av CE (2341.WAITRISSIS _
and thieves In field and grove, Call U* Today Half, acre homealtea In beaxtlful
SISTER MARY GABRIEL principal ef Our Lady of CHILDCARI home;Leisure
will testify In two cases com experiencedarm ; my 22 I".uron"HOSPITALIZATION pine trees on Farmllf

,The Holy Roaory Catholic School .In Pcrrine, pro lag up for preliminary hearng. service, food money, enced.City, Cl reasonable 7-5523.: 140 N.W. lat Avenue Rd. near South Dado High

.ontt e trophy to Cell Boltlnger' for winning aec- 1 guaranteed after try out,, e.perl'l Insurance CI 7-3531 CE 8-0148 School. Excellent Terms,

ond ploct in the afotewldo spelling/ bee for Catholic One Involves three Home I Darby'a, 29920 S. Federal I 'Hii'i'CAItIm1mP: ; ; : for all .al" Guaranteed Renewable

achool held ot Immoculoto-Lo Sail High SchoolIn lead men, charged with grand Hwy.WAITRISS-.----- __ lenred reliable, .. for life CI 74999. PHONE Circle 7.2321 Sr. ua on your Real EatataPiobltma.

Mloml' (Slotf photo by Don Phifer) larceny from a building at the HlFeon Restaurant, Cl 75402.COOKshort. NEED-Tnsurancat-Call -Bill) THIY BItiNG RISULTIICALL Competent, qualified

orl labor camp near Ever I Princeton. Cl 8-0102. order or lIrJi. Rheney, FR 4-0507. Personnel
For Catholic Schools glades National Park. The trio :-- yeara experience Cl 80214.
maid
WHITI motel year
includes Alfred Vickers, Gilbert '
around work. Cl 7JSOSO. -. VELMA S. GRAY
L. Stridlron and ErnealWllllama regular DAY work, Tuesday, Ttiurs Cksslfi.dDkpky1MOVE
all realdenta of day, Friday, Saturday. CE! ft. I REALTOR
5387,
Area Girl Places oroeatead'a southwest WHITI maid. Apply Jolean Mo.
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IN TODAY 257 N Krome Ave.
They are charged with tel, 30201 S. Federal Hey DO YOU need caretaker for i i i i $ i .

radios, money and It'eUOft'1 your homo during aurnmer 1100 down completely redeo- Ct 74857| Miami CE 1-0(60
rora the building. Wonted months email salary? Lady orated homes Monthly pay- FUCHSReg.
13 Mela Help I
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2nd In State Bee The other caaa with pension desires such menu aa low aa Including 1------
Mra. Mason, Cl 8U 4fl.IRONINO. Qualified buyers Real Estate Broker
alleged theft of com from a CARRIIH Boys Immediate everything. YOUR
field nat of Homestead farmed I openings for May servIce Will can enjoy Homeatead exemp'tion. SELL
Celia Baltlnger, 12, a eeventh -! She wu one of 34 children by Jefferson Davla. William all areaa Call Cirrur.Uon pickup li deliver. CE '.4595, Stop by and pick up our TO ACREAGE REALTOR IN THE
grader at Our Lady of the, who competed in the COD tea
3. Holmei of SW Ninth Avenue J>ept.CI T-2321 up to date Hat of available HIGHWAY REDLANDSRichard
Holy Rosary Catholic School: In I from Catholic schools all over WILL care for child 3 to 6. Absolutelyno
all sizes
Perrine, received a trophy and the state and Charlie Jones of SW llth. COOK; abort order experience I years old $10 week CE 11-1 homes of FRONTAGE & Rd. at Kings Hwy.
Homestead chargd second motgagea.BILLREILLY:
Avenue, are
breakfast, permanent, with 2868.
a weekend at the Diplomat Hotel Cl 7-3966 C17.3967
In Hollywood for winning Celia'a favorite subjects are with petit larceny In the advancementa. Darby'a, 29920 Realtor OTHER PROPERTY
science and during her spare case. S. Federal Hwy, see Mr. Cox.DltHWAIHIR 18 Initruction Offered ,
second place In a statewide 2934S Klngmnn Rd. 205 N. Kromt Art. :20 acres high glade land
time aha likes to go horseback '
apelllng bee held recently at experienced,III' PIANO Icnons, beginners. Mrs Leisure CitySPECIALS Has
Immaculate La Salla High riding. steady job. See Mr Cox, Jankowtkl, CE 8-3323. (U. S. 1)) south of Florida City

School In Miami. Alma Wallace, an eighth Legal Notice I Dsrby'a, 29920 S. Federal lessons you-; ---- ---- --- ---- not been planted for 2 ,ur..
PRIVATI piano Florida City |:550 per acre.Investment .
The contest was sponsored by grader at Holy Rosary, also JlwL home or mine, B. M. U. of I
tilt Columbian Squires, a Junior competed In the regional con. COURT DUTlMANexpl'rl n ed. Mliml. Reasonable. CE 6.B769. CI 7.6012
affiliate of the Knights of test IN IN THE AND couNTyJUDGL's FOR DAD COUNTY. fine opportunity with largeconcern 8440 SW 141st St. I New :2 bedroom duplexes property with
Columbua. FLORID, IN FROBATEU Lemma Employment 13,095.00, Call ua for Information I.--------- ----- :ZOO.fret on US 1, Owner
In Nil .....Ie of *. ISia-C Ave. CE 8. SWIMMING Instruction will,
Celia I. the daughter of Mr. First plac. the tate contest 482 Perrin to offera
VICTOR a01>KIOLJItZ. ml.U. ..... coma to your home to teach' Like Mulb.rrles'We open
and Mrs Donald A. Baltlnger went to Briteclda Bona, an .. VICTOR RUUglCUEX BERRIOH 2341. water:
of SW lust Street, Franjo eighth grader at Mary Immaculate ...**...... i ivilwf ; subsidized beginner ballet leasona., advanced Private on or I Bedroom furnished house, \have a very nice tree
NOTICE TO CREDITOR Fenced of them for ante, Price has 135 feet on North Xroma
School with enclosed
Park. _ I T* All CrWIIer .** All ._. snips position. Prefer college group Instructions J.uI1.n'l garage M,.
tiIl Email juit been reduced from $130l ,- Ave, MoUl area, 18500,
-- -- litlnl ttatai ., I)*****. Aliln.l, religious affiliations mar. teed result ( (1 yard No Quilifylng.
a.14 h.t..r ) to 12000. The tree la down Terma to suit buyer.B .
23 must be
monthly p.yment.
rled
.... over
V. .b' .1.11114 avd H.'UIM
Young Girl HUrt 5',. ,,_.., sea ..".. ... permanent resident presently 19 Mutic-Donclnf-Drama' located on a 7Bxl33-foot/
4.4. whSeb P.M OS, ..... 5I5I5th employed, muat have car 6UITAR A PIANO lessons, advanced .I S bedroom 2 bath home with lot juat weat of Redland Rd. duplex lots, A-l location

.1.' .. .Ia.ho.a. of..VICTOR VICTOI Ronsioulsu RODRIGUEZ Call 687.7536 for appoint: : fc beginners All S his rooms, large lot. $800, Included I. a 8 bedroom, 2 $15,000, 20% down terml.

111:111110.: .......4 "Ie of 0.4. mrnt to take our aptitude examlnatino. types of pianos down payment No qualify bath CBS house with carport
When Car UpsetsA ,:...". Florid, I* Ik. fount Ask for Mr. Sidney. Helger I Piano ing. and patio. Mortgage
J.M "l Did Countr, ... flkt aUII.ble'l Central alr-condltloning and
.... ..... I. Cupid.... ..I II ,..14., INSURANCI trainee guaranteed hat St., Homestead. Call ua for loll, acreage and payments only $05 a month heat, wall to wall carpeting
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a tsaia, riwM at* (90 week Aggressiveperson. City water and electric but
PIANO ORGAN, Guitar les rentals wo have them. throughout. 3 bedrm., t bath,
,
luln I. Ihrlr ofrin* I* Ih ConnCouriliou ,
teenage Homeatead girl ry Lee Eckhart 21, of 175th Terrace 'V .. ,In Dad C...". Florvltklii Perrine Employment, sons. House of Melody, Dade.land no city taxea Call ua to see lot completely fenced 75i
., ........ ...,.. 482 Perrino Ave., CE 82341. this
la In James Archer Smith Hoa- Kendall, and Meladee I'.. ill __ Shopping Center. Miami, ANNIE B. SMITH one now 110, beautiful shrubbery,
(r Ik lid *r ISo lint pbOm.i.
pUll after being Injured Sunday Haaenmyer, 15, of the NE 12th kror, ., tk. inns fill 5.b.r.d. MAITIR Barber wanted, 003 MO 78427.IVIRYONI. Realtor W. have a filling station anda sprinkler system with own

afternoon when the left car Street addreaa. 1 014' *t ....&. riwld Ikl. IM N. Kroma Ave.MICHANICS READS I CI T-6MS or CE 8-2324 hotel for .. at very low pump City sewers and wat

In which aha wa riding A third paaaenger Rlcardo .., 0' III...... A. D. ISI.OKOROB mutt be exrl'rl.De UAStl'liO PAGttl 211 South Krome Ass pilcef. er. $16,300,

U. S. 1 and overtuned. LeBoon, 23, of A Battery, Second A. AI.'.'A..,..aUCHMANN.., JR cored Immediate

In "fair" condition at the Mlasllo Battalion, 52nd Artillery Klnl Mklkttln .f ,.1. *.tlc. Employment, 482Perrino A. F.Galbraith
hoapltal la Jackie Haaenmeyer wu unhurt. 0O th* isiS 4,, .. III...., ISM, Ave, CE 82341. "GOOD BUYS" KATHLEEN
Classified
OLURGK: A. BUrHHANN" JR. Ditploy I.
13, of NE 12th Street Alton.? lor Admlnltlralorlull work'oiTpmJltry farm
Also taken to the hospital for Eckhart told Homestead police I.....4 ...... Riilldlni' MAN to person, llart'a Poul I bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage NEWTONRealtor
be loat ,
control of the TSSS aw.
vehicle st A.MU APpl11n !
emergency treatment after the while south ....'10 Mtenl. rirli, SW 248th St. Cl RESIDENTIAL DUPLEX fenced yard Priced to Reg. Real sPate Broker317N.KromaAva
accident were the driver Ter- driving on .... aai A.f. *._5. I*. 1SS4.LtOAI. 77429.P4IID LOTS sell with terms.
the highway near NE Third >.
Drive. NOTICI packing house fc conveyer ; CLOSE.IHTEDDIE Cl 7-2621 Rt. 1 Box, 103, Homeatead
NOTICI UNDER ricrmou I bedroom 2 bath on Hi
mechanic trainee,
Ha was ticketed for careless NAil: LAW SCHERER Financing can be arranged I':
3 Questioned Police termed his N.I If* I to ......, (In* kit ito chanical aptitude m.1 REALTOR acrea. ----- -
driving. fara ........... ***lrii .. ...... I. age 22 to 31, married ,
total wceckPresidents. .... ., Cl 74121 CE l-3.n
bu.' no Ik flrlllloui .... to travel and study
of r.... Mm.l .1 S.e ...Ik Kr..,. In "Wl1l1nl// ONE STOP SHOPPING
vanced / ___
About Thefts At..... HoMMU1, D... Ce..l,, petition 72335. __ n ---- -I I bedroom, 2 bath home,
rlwM. t.I.** i* rrfliUr uld uln. CallCl_ brand new, 1500 down plus
Group dim* with Ih. .1... nf Ik* rirtult 3UTBOARD motor p- rprtUme $100. DOWNS closing costs EllA mortgage THRU TilE NEW'SOUTII DADE BOARD OF REALTORS!:

Three Homestead Negroes, Names Bishopric Court FRANCIs of T5.d. (Coiinlr.'. FLYNN KIrU no age limit. CE aU72'1UiIIDI I bedroom, 2 bath fenced MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE, REDLAND REALTY COM.

arrested Sunday afternoon ANN H.YNN. 0..... back yard, hurricane awnIngs 10 acres clone In. $10,500, PANY NOW HAS ACCESS TO EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS OF
lowing a burglary at the fol'l Pu,,. Apr, ., U. IS, S., luau adjuster experience: built-in range and oven 291 down, balance In 3 )'1'1. (7 REALTORS IN SOUTH DADE, STAFFED WITH 111
Advertising executive Karl helpful but not required,: SALESMEN. WITH THIS. IN ADDITION TO OUR HUNDRED .
Labor IB Everglade National 1
Camp Bishopric of Miami has become "nounc.m."t.ANNOUNCINa must have car Apply Time Finance Call now I Mary HoffmanCl AND HUNDREDS OF LISTINGS SURELY WE CAN

Park, are being questioned from- the first member of his : the arrival if Service, 334 Washington 7-7221)) CI 7-7360 altarS Contact Mra E. Berger at FIND THE RIGHT PROPERTY FOR YOU.
detectives Ave. I
by
profeaalon In Florida to be the p.m.THE.
famous Xerox
department 914 of. -' ABE ROSIN ASSOC.
Homestead the aherlff'i elected to membership In theexclusive flea copier. Xerox copies anything rnTofUtl;;; to' assist KEYES REALTORS S bedroom, 2 bath home on IVt\ .pine studded acre site. FU

and Florida City Young Prealdent'a the eye can see Perfect Commercial I Photographer.Requirements .I CO. tered swimming pool, wood burning fireplace, built-in range
police la regard to a series of Onranlutlon. permanent copies ofl : type, drivers 220 N. Kroma JWr'a, H'ttad 6M N. Krome CI 74061 and oven, just redecorated $24.900. $2,000 to $5000 down.
burglaries that have been committed Membership requIrements forth bond paper in less than one license willing/ to learn In
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In South Dade.The minute. LItho-Craft Printers, work. Call for appointment;
Alfred Vickers, 23, I International organliaton 78 NW 1st St., Homestead. Cl 7-6711, Jack Levy. Attractive 2 bedroom CBS, plenty of closets, oak noon, newly .
men, call for an executive to head a 2, I, and 4 bedroom homes for rent, some furnished painted Inside and out, roof 1 year old. Close to achool
SW 3rd Avenue, Gilbert L. aervlc firm which grosses at jji THI LAST four numbers it MRMANfNT ;n to drive $8150. $49,M per month after reasonable down payment
Stridlron 13 SW 12th Avenue light truck for delivery In S.
leant $1,000,000 annually and your telephone number la the
2 bedrooms and refrl Leisure
stove ,
near City
and Ernest Wllllama, II, SW employ a minimum of 60 per- same aa one of our lucky Dade over 25, dependable, carport, Large 3 bedroom I bath home complete with wood burning
4th Avenue, were arrested after sons-ill! before reaching his numbers call CI 72321 for S-daya. Call .CE S8232 ai>k 4'-4% mortgage may be assumed $1,500 down, $51 mo. $8,950 fireplace, screened: patio 2 car garage, tile roof oa 120-
four free movie tickets to for Mr. Price.RO'JTI
the Metro helicopter apot- 40th bIrthday foot corner lot. $21,000, $4000 down
led their truck on Kroma Avenue At 89, Bishopric la president the: Palma .Theatre or Breeie-- :: men-South Dado New I bedroom, 2 bath home with e.rport. Florida porch

Just south of Quail Roost of Hiaml-baaed Bishopric way Drive In Theatre. Bordcn'a Dairy baa opening built-in range and refrig. Near school churches and HAFB Attractive 2bedrm.. turn home on corner lot, baa screened ,

Drive. jreenFlalden, Inc., advertising I.A rtraonolt for homo delivery route $700 down. $15,400. $103 a month Includes taxes and Insurance porch and small carport. AU for $9000 with $2500 down lad '
Stolen from the foreman'anouao which trainee In South Dade area, $72 per month
billed
agency, last year (. lay work week. Calary
la the labor camp were I nearly $1,000,000 and employ ARC YOU b.vlni in Alci-holK while training, Insurance No down payment new bedroom, bath with carport, porch,
Spotless 2-bedrm., IH-bath home Florida
a bat containing $150 80 its aasociaed Problem I! so cell Miami and Hugo room, oak
money persona among retirement sick leave built-in kitchen VA only. Near hATS In Leisure City. $105
and i ladies watch a .22 caL group of companle. FR 4-C139 or CI 72887, for paid vacation. Cash bond requlrid. a month Includea taxes and insurance floors carport, garden plot all on 104ft lot In NW aectlon.
U .950.
help. $17,000 furnished $1,500 unfurnished.
revolver I .32 automatic a Apply In person at ,

.410 gauge shotgun and a portable Realtors To Meet 4 Cola Collector 11101 SW 248th St. 1 100.foot duplex lots la new area, close to Krome, only $2500.
radio. AVINOI Loin. Openings

The men were charged with I The Florid Association of COMPLiTi service for cola for secretary, new accounts CI 7-M2S CE 12444 ".ere MUll grove homeslte, priced right at $12,000.
grand larceny and poaaeaalon Realtors will hold an all-day collector .In"atment loll, Interviewer and tellera. Positions -I
alnglea, rolls, proof sets, gold available in Cutler;
01 firearm. In a national park educational seminar for real- REALTOR*
REDLAND REALTY
ft auppllea. Homestead Coin Ridge and Coconut Grove I COMPANY
The escape vehicle was a toss Tuesday startIng at 6 a.m.,
Exchange, 1338 N. Krome Apply personnel officer 3059 Faya Realtor
18-wheel truck loaded with cu .it the Hoiday Ion In Coral Tel: 248-0612. Ocea 10 to 8, Gr.ad1.., Coconut Groveor 27230 So Federal Highway, Naranja Bogner
cumber Gables CIRCLE 7-4321 107 V. Krome Av*. ....CE $4853
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I''40 Hornet For SaleMomeiteed 40-A Hornet For SolePerrlneCirtlerS.M.H. 46 For Salt or Rent 47 Apartment. For Rent 47-1 Farmland For Rant 48 Home For Rent
I 1 Homeireod Area Hometteod Area
Area
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[ ? SOUTH DADE'SAUTO )BEDROOM, bath fenced backyard NICE furnistsed"i 6LADELAND, $10 per acre; J-ilDKOOM house, large
2.MDROOM Florida room VA $100 down, big S-bedroom, Paymenta $83 month completely alrcondltloned. rock land, W5 per acre, Vlnce room Furnished or unfurn.
bath, trees, 18760 2-bith, Florida room carport assume CI mortgage for It 2-bedroom apartments llth StCIJM)310. Chills, CI 7iJl, The Keyeiu. ished. 20701 Burr hid 2-bloki
NE
tst'7 60
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l-- ROW 6084. kitchen ( ., 220 N. Krome Ave.,
SW equipment op $400 Rent $100 month. CE S. fit Quail Roost Dr.
tional. Kay Lowy, Inc. CE 83464 after 6 p.m. Reaftora. Homeiteid.
P nEDROOM/ baths, withsell WILL- TiFedroom -- ---- ---
I::: Ntwi .nd Buying Hints of will tell to white !:8803, open every day. apartment furnished, air conditioned 50-ACRES high land for beam. li'liDioo-- partly yard.I CI furnlahed 78081.

__ : __ the Automotive World In or fI'd. Can be wen at NT ARE ,ourneed..? We 47 Apartments For Rent electric kitchen, shower fc Plenty wells, witer. Phone;
: 19003 SW 854th St. Last of hate pool hornet and air- Homettftod Area tub encloaure laundry fa- CE 51744. 4-ROOM, bath furnl.hlld.! ideal
South Dado.ly Tower Rd. conditioned hornet dfilgnecfor rllltlet I parking area, BarB- -- --- for retired couple. $65 mo
-- -- Florida living at Ita beat Q. Peters Apartment, 161 350.ACNES of lla<. suitable I Fla. City., Cl 7-4581.
FLOYD CARRITTIf UEOIIOOM. ibath, comer lot. Let ut take you out of the AAA AIR-condllloned furnished NWJ IIlh St. See to appreciate. for Squash, pole beansbush ,
Awnlnga, 1-alr-condiUoner high rent bracket. Carnlne apartment. Inquire 41 NW -- beans, $13 acre.. Jeanne 48-A Hornet For Rent
you hII'I two cart In your front yard >'ou'ro Low down payment VA Real Estate, Broker 338- 8 Ave., No. 1 or 85S NE C SMA'fLfumllh"iotrfoul $10 Neeley Realtor. Call Bob
on. of the 198 per cent of U. S. famlllet ho can mortgage, no qualifying. CI 2812 or CE 54001. Ave. week 34 SW Mil Ave. Flor- Bourn CI 7.3400, evenlngi Cl ferrlnaCullciS.M.H.CUTLER .
Ida a 7-3914.
7-8782 or CI 7-2621. ------ -- --- -- City -2921.
noro than one. And U )ou'ro the owner of three auto. : "
-- i-TEDROOMTiTbatn, alleles- AAA describes! the quality at lurnlahd.ri.mert. Ridge furnished V
mobllei )'ou',. among the elite clan of i men 21 percent 3IEDROOM air conditioned trie kitchen like new inside llomeitead'a newest fc finest' HIEDROOM bedroom 2-bath, carport,
house furnished. $2000 downtake and out. Terms to salt a addreta. VWt our furnished free automatic wishing 48 Hornet For Rent fenced yard, $140 month CI
6th StCM3B61.
over F1IA mortgage Ci j modest Income Hurry for motet apartment open dally marbles 460 NW Homestead Area 7 I701..
According to the 43rd annual edition of the Automobile 8-0974/Leliure City. this one Carnlne Real Estate. and note the decorator In. -

Manufactureri' Aiiocltllon booklet, "Automo 3 BEDROOM, 2-bath, W Broker, 8382812 or CE 8-4001 tenors, the glait shower enclosures I f-AND bedroom ,apartmenti 'AIR-rondltloned S.bedroom, 1- FUliNlSHED Call CE 58727.house reaaonibleT

bile FacU and Figures" then are Hill :2 out of 10 ,I 11111 NW 12th St BEDROOM, "Ybatln. large kitchens, not and to all mention electric our furnished CI 77433. bath on lU-acrta, partly -

fimlllti In thli greet land of ounI'bo do not ownan screened patio, !ot 85x103 sparkling pool and aircondltloned -.BEDROOM( -furnished- apartment furnished SilO month CI 8- UNFURNISHED 3-bedroom, 2-
.
3.BEDRM.. 2 bath, VA mtg 0043 after 8 bath, fenced Cutler
p.m. I yard
automobile.And' Assume existing mortgage,
comfort The rent 409 NW 2nd Ave. :
1700 NW 10th. St. Cl 7-3698. ---- I Ridge tree, $120 month,
hold on to )our hat: the average age of the $98 month pays all, 18811 SW97th Scarcely more than an ave rim AVA'LABLI May "lalTi-bedroom per
|4SO DOWN, FHA financing, 1. Place I-BEDROOM houie, good 1
In older
U. S. nr li alx )'ein, the same figure It hit been age apartment much large grounds all home tarnished near UNFURNISHED 4 bedroom, 2-
dote I960. The fourdoor hardtop was the moat popular bedroom I. bath Florida MEDROOM, 14-bath: acreen. mer buildings rates, also Colonial special Apirtmenti turn-- 1 furlllture.. Call CI 73143, hospital It ahopnlnc Yearly bath, South Miami Height
room, utility room, carport rental $95 month. I'hone CI
model In 63, iceordlnf to registration which gave It sprinklers, fenced. 13245 SW ed porch, corner lot. Near 110 NE 10th St., man after 7 p.m. CI VTMl 7-4594. area, $110 per month.

34 per cent of the )'eir'i total. I 300 St schools shopping area. and Convenientto countyrecreation ager Apartment 108. Phonecn7214. lliioROOM nlcelTlurnUhed, -- ___ I UNFURNISHED 2atory 3-bcd.
CHARMING well furn. gucat :
$ao month. room, 2-bath, central aircondltloned.
C S air base Total price $!!, : t.rJ128710HIDItOoM'.parimentlur cottage the pines on -
21425 SW 118th Ave., Colored. 300. Small 1 down payment AiL alr-condltloned, pool 1- SW 144 A,o..JI44 among tear garage Per-
Redland Estate. Cl 78959
Meet the new facet tt the various South Dade cir bedroom, bath, dining $69 month pays all Carnlne bedroom apartmentt. Also : _'a '" rlne ..rr.60\ per mon'h
loti this nut few weeks: room, Florida room fireplace Real Estate Broker 336JHJ Studio apartments Beautl. utiUJUea Titbt'droo-m furnished: South Dade Realty, Inc.,

Bob Lumbittli, formerly of Dick Conley Chevrolet, stove & refrigerator, _or CE 54001.LUCKY fully furnlahed. Uomettead'a ished.. CI$63 7-3337.1.IIDROOM month. plus $75 alto l.bedroom furnished 10784 8. Dixie Hwy. CE: 5-
lot tmoll down
73x1734, 1 3131.
flreit apartment houae. apartment, $65. Cl 78083DESIRABLll
U now the new cir manager of the new Brunlck payment with easy termt. Number 7144. E"i -
231 St Cl 7-4781. efficiency, private or CI 7.5050. ;
U. S. 1. WANT to rcntWehave
Chr'ller.PI'moulb dealership on Shown by appointment only. many
Earl Weber, formerly of City of Cart, tame location Key Realty, 361- 311. 3IEDROOM, bath and carport AIR-COND., heated 2 and 1- 169 NW lit St CI 7-8722.: :bedroom;; desirable homes furnished i

died and Nate screened porch twnlngiNice bedrm tpta. furn, by day or LUCKY Number 6803.I furnished Nearby, Adultt unfurnished. Cliff! Mcndle-
Christopher re
remain II car manager ,40.A Hornet For SatePrelne.CutterS.M.H quirt neighborhood con. week or month CI 75964. Call CI 75062.FURNISHED son, Realtor CE 8-9241.
mains ai salesman under the new dealership, which venlent to everything. In "" I:AND 1.1t00MeWlrn ;; andapartmenti. -
hat scheduled III grand opening next week, New can Service loin available at APARTMENTS and houwt Completely fur collage In coun- EDROOM ;u nlhed.mmonth. ;
6U% Carnlne Real Estate, Welts Horn Rentals 60 NW tCall CI 7-8418. 11451 SW 187 St.
are arriving this week A 110 new Hit of create homes Broker, 336.2812 or CE 5- 8th SL CI 84233, Broker nlihed. Grove Motel' Krome Drive by and call ui. Kay &
Jim Schlldt It now with Wcstoier TonUic. Ed Just received Only $100 4001. Ave., S milea N. of Home- FURNISHED bedroom, 2-bath i i: Lowy, Inc. CE 8-5803 openexery
Maxwell just joined the Weatover TonUae stiff in the down and no cloning coiU BRAND new 2-bedroom- atead. home. Bedrooms aLrrondLtloned. dty.3MDROOM,
Monthly payments start at 3-LARCI bedrooms, built.In furnlfbed apartments with Phone Cl 7-2339.
bookkeeping department. S74 per month. Hurry, .. electric kitchen, rJlo. large stove It refrigerator, airconditioned 1 & S BDRM. apta. furn. It tin- l't-bath furnish
Gerald hind, formerly of Dade Auto, la now these will go fait Call South storage room, month Corner furs DeCarlo Enterprise, Inc. LARGE C.B.S., hardwood ed 'Including automatic washer .

holding down he automotive fort at Hebert Olds _DixieRealty__ CE 1-1018. pays all after a small down _St. It 4th Are CI .1&1r.fth 268S1 So. Fed. Hwy. Ntranja floort. One bedroom unfurnished. It reverse cycle air-con
payment Carnlne Real Estate Welt of Steams on $100. 11400 SW
Tony Baptlite U speaking Spanish at Fred Warnock AT 125,000 thircustom built 4- Broker, 338-2812 or CE 5, CYPRESS Motel efficiencies CI 7-6293 or Cl 3428.. 174th Street. $7000 month :b'et CE 8.1199.
Ford and Dick Black after a trip Into the North, li bdrm., 3-btth home la I giveaway 4001. roomt. Reasonable rites by George Johnson, Realtor, CE,
back at Homettead Motori. And speaking of Home- 16x21 living rm. w/real day, week or month CI 7- I-ROOM aeml-efftclency.prt. 8-51 43. I BEDROOM, 2b7th"furnl7h'fdSeu ';;;!
iliad Motors, rumors have It owner George Dunnlganla fireplace I It p aeled walls, BEDROOM, 2-bath. central 09117.DO vats bath It entrance 128 NE ._. $17,500; rent $135
13x28 Fla. room, pool It patio, heat built.in stove oven refrigerator 81b St4 omettead. LEISURE City furnished 2 bedroom month. 9340:! Bah..,'. Dr. CE
looking for a buyer. alr-cond. It heat, lover enlr. awnlngt' fence & You like to live in the ai-rn;: house, fenced yard, $85' 6.1120.
Sowder of Weatover Pontiac will be walnut kit.wbrcakfast extras No qualifying 11831 country? Newly decorated BEDROOM O 7-0757.
Fred formerly & fully equip NW Ut St CM6848.IBEDROOM wcit OM.tb th--u--r;; ;;:
large uUIitlct
efficiency, carport
the new mechanic at the Brunlck agency. Sowder area Cor SW 172nd Et CE 8-2704. furnished
wooded St. furnished, $73. CI 70893IFF. COMPLETELY I nlshed In S. Miami heights: ,
quite furnIshed
acre on a -
joint the Chrysler-Plymouth agency In Homeiteid after double apirtment 3-bedroom home Fit. room 1
BEDROOM 2.b.th. $85. Call before 10 or after
being with \Veiio\er. lie previously had 11 years at I In Whinnering Plnra. Low dn. garage 4,>'can new. Iniuttt- APT.na children, no electric kitchen, clote. 1532 NW fllh Ave. Home. 4. CI 72036.
pmt Call CE 50467 or 1127 NW Bth St. I
owner CJ
pelt. CI 73525.PUINISHED Jn stead Vic Taber, 7-1788.
Chri'er' mechanic. 51122. ed central hett acreened :
CE
iiEDItOOM: I-bfockfivm; ;;;
patio, built-in kitchen dlah- UIDi uPlhlr-a"lrl; -
S S S h.ml'edl. washer. bedroom large SMALL: fl-ronin, house ; FtorIda shopping renter Rentoptionto
In Landscaped prestigearea.
BY OWNER meet furnished $73. 15701 C
$100 unfurnlshed8bedroom CI 7-
Studebaker expecta profit of ft million for the pool patio, 3-bodroom, 2- i. East of t'S' I. By owner apartment ; SW 232nd Ave. Cl 7-3094. City C'l 76174.UNFURNISHED 578 Palm. Dr. buy CB B225B
: ard.
$83, fenced 2832.
headllnea .. It makes winder bath, 2-car garage, built.In 8343 SW 179 Ter. Chilla _1
quarter, one if the It counter Reaaonible. Vince 1 CI 7-7221. The 31 l 4 unfurnished rooma with refrigerator 48-B Hornet For Rent
oven range
mote to Canada hat been better for them. CE 8-1247. BEDROOM( Immediate oc. Keyet Co., 220 N. Krome It range. Good lo bedroom Clean cottage Scute. SoMioniIAres3.BEDRQM.
2H-acret. 1
Volktwagcn Import sales per dealer for last year I cupancy, lowdown payment _Ave., Realtor, Hometlctd. cation. 505 NW 6 St CI 7- on Years lean required

was 338 over the next belt, Renault at 45, and the XI0 COMPARE -i uiOO7 3-bed- just 1 mortgage. Excellent la- FURNISHEDTbTdrMnThoiliei 3031 days, Cl 7-0614 evenlngi. $80 month lit and last month 2bith completely
room 2-btth, close t> all facllltlet. cation, schools ahopping. CE I furnlihed, $129, CE 88347 -
at 38. I ICR'STAL 44% VA mortgage, 8.2258. quiet good neighborhood, msw 5th Ave., Hi. Clly.-3. In advance. Couple only. .
BALL Next week a look at riymouth'inew monthly l paymenti $78. Open ___ near town $85. Cl 7-4604. room furnished apartmentCI Kathleen Newton, Realtor, CI

exciting Barracuda 11 to 8 Sat *< Sun. CE 5OR64 $100 DOWN 4j'-monlb;; ) FURNISHED duplex Rent ret.tenable 72252. 7J9C6.' _1 48-C Offices For Rent

Dr, evening! 9980 Bahama payment bath home! for In a Cutler bedroom Ridge., 2-: a tlIr2a CI 7- '45 NI 14th 51., 2-bedroom 1. I.BEDFOOM furnlihed $75 OFFICE with dealt, |6U no.

_ Several to chnoie from. Car. 8768. NW 8 bath home. Owner on property month Cl 7-0863. Howard Perkins, Heal Estate -
. 40 Hornet For Sole (40 Hornet For Sale I DRIVE bv Tll881 SW 185th nine Real Estate, Broker Ave., Homeiteid. Sunday. Call Velma S. BEDROOM 1 completely furnished I ,. CI 7-1343.

Hometreed Area Hometteod Area Street Three bedroom, 14 3362812, CE 5-4001, CE 8- FURNISHED 1 It bedroom Grl,. Realtor CI 7-0837. country home. Cl 7-

bath Large corner lot Car 3444. tpartmentt. No pets, adults 5202. 48-F Storeroomt For Rent
bP.thome LOOKING for a dry and port, circular drUe. III,. i1, O-D WN--ds;; -month only. See them any day except 47-A Aptt. For RentPeerine.CastlcrS.M.H _
and
ALL NEW modern 60000 I HA George Johnson, I.3EDROOM cottage furnlihedCI
healthy frame home PACE for
at a Sunday 211 NW 8th St. air-conditioning or
3-bedroom. 2-
Homettead buys large
In
Large three buy bedroom two rock bottom price? Then look Realtor, CE' 8-3143. bath a home In S. Miami Phone CI 7.7144, George W. 7.5661.2.IROOM.__ refrigeration repairs It ttlei.

bath: on 'i-tcre. $2100 down, at 688 SW Fifth St., Florida PHA-VA retain, $100 dunn heights Quick occupancyCarnlne Smith NOW LEASING, Cabins Club furnished Florid ,__on US 1. CI 7-2BS1.
1122: per month No cloning City, Newly I renovated, one keys to all homes Cliff, Real E.-lite. Broker, FURNISHED-1 It 2-bedroom Garden Apartments, brand room $125 month. 26900 SW
coot. 27400 SW 156th Ave. bedroom and butt large75x150 Mendleion Realtor, CE 6' 336-2112, CE 5-4001 i. CE 8- apartments, block from new 1 and 2 bedrm. kim and JWth Ave. Cl 71648. 49 Sleeping RoomiHomettead
: foot comer in exceU unfurn. Each apartment In-
(Melody Manor). Allen Realty lent reildrntlal location 9241.-- -. ----I 3444. Food Falr-but station, adultt. eludes a membership In the ;[; ), AND 4-bedroom hornet Aria

ClATTENTIONMliitary 80900. Priced It $7300 for quick FLORIDA room Z.bedroom.' 1100 DOWN VA re.ITe-neeii: 143 N. Flagler Ave. South Miami HU. Cabana for some furnlihed. GUEST house, private blttC

\ rcrwn- sale Tiber, Realtor, (00 carport built In GE kitchen not be veteran, bedroom., HOTEL LEE Nicely furnlahed Club, Occupancy in April. nel. VeUantl, Realtor::1 Call after 6 CI 7-4922.
net. Wo have a good eelcctlon Palm Dr. and refrigerator, no : 2 bath, carport, screenedporch efflclencle It See salesman at South Miami CI 7-4182:1.:
nudai apartmenti
of homes in all priceranges LARGE 4-bfdroom, pool home; log, only I $393 down Stove refrigerator. room, $10 week $30 monthS Hti. model hornet office LEISURE CITY private home,
n little aa 1100 down B-crei. $23,000 mortgage, month. Kay & Lowy, Inc., Kay is CIS 8.5803! across from Cabana Club. CE 2-BEDROOM furnished house private entrance, $10 week.
rJ'A.r.! N. Krcme Ave CI
Some for Immediate oc.cupancy. will accept trade for $10 000 CE 8J803 every day. open 8 g8n II-OIIAI. $83; 1-bedroom. apartment CI 75910.NICELY .
We located Ave. $60: 3-bedroom. 2-bath $123 "
Just outside the are hospital Cl equity 7-1848.26900 SW 187th FORECLOSURE Bargain. SW $100 DOWN, 3-bedroom. 2- -KEYSWAY- Motel, Florida City. 47-C Trailer Hornet Dickinson I Realty: 51 NW fisroishedroom with

gate to HAFB. Stop in and 119th Ave. It SW 190th St. bath built-in kitchen awn- Apartmenta, efflclrnclet I I i For Rent 141h St. CI '7.111134._ kitchen privileges CI 7-137B.
let ut help solve your homing NEW bedrm.. Main: electric (So. Miami HU) 4-lovcly logs, fenced yard. $92 month room: moderate rates week furnished SLEEPING -; :- .
room private
Carnlne Real I, kitchen. $11000. $700 down new 2 and 3bedrm.. homu.dmld.t rays everything Carnlne Real I LOVELY mobile home, TV, air-: 2-8IDROOM newly ci.trance
problemt. ly. Call CI 7-4333.:
lush Avocado Grove. Estate Broker 338-2812, CE .. home clone to base Cl 7-5904 and bath. CI 7-4363.
Estate Broker 338 2812, CE Lewis Lett CI 7-0452 923 NW rondo Adulta only, no pet '
8-4001. CE 83444. 8th Street. Oversize tots, carports, tile 11..001. CE 83444.___ i.AiGIFurn "dird-:bd" om.I $100 mo. Cl 7-1328 2 BEDROOM unfurnished SLEEPING room, private Teiir
-- --- -- baths, wall to wall carpeting. apartment, 170 NW 18th St trance & bath of .
home. $70 month. CI 7-4743 use phone.SLEEPING
1OWNEIt $100 DOWN, 4.bedroom 2.bath I US 1 modern bedroom
ATTRACTIVB 2 bedroomhome transferred, 3bed. 2blka. echool! 4 ihopnlngImmediate Built-in UlllIeake, South I CI 7-4294
built.In atove $330 room 2-bath home In Lei occupancy. rllA singe, iplit-leveL '" pool nice yard $66 month 2.IIDROOM house furnished.
down, balance less than rent. lure Cltv Priced for quick PRICE $10.500. Mr. Lucky kitchen, refrigerator optional. RGI 2.bedroom fuinlth'dapartmint rr. 84904. ] Tower Rd. CI 7-3200. room private bath
Vince Chilla, CI 77221. The sale, $1500 down. CI 7-1099 CEBS144. Thli U a one year new $90 month forlong and entrance. CI 73260.
Ke>et Co. 220 N. Krome _--- -- --- house Kay n"'eJrYd Inn CE 104 47-D Trailer Spoca-Lott BEDROOM. built-in .to-e.I
Ave. Realtors, Homettead.Y POOL and patio, beautiful I I3- IMMEDIATE occupanryon 8-5803, NW : rh's (!n1mr! tea For Rent screened porch. CI 7-8813. SLEEPINNG room! private
bedroom 2-bith home. Cabana foreclosure bargalna. Price bath entrance. $12 weekly
:
-In In 1,
agent Apartment
OWNER, 10.room .house; and snack bar In $10,300. month pays til. $395 DOWN, move yetter- __ HIGH, quiet, on the Gulf, dockage : ROOM cotttge. 778 W. Palm 1103 NE 6th Ave, Home.
plus carport and utility: room acreened patio Lovely Two e: bedroom hornet day no payments till May MODERN in 2 brdrm., furn., Dally, weekly, monthlyor Dr Hi. City. Evenings stead, rail I fl 7-725Joeee:
Reasonable down pa>ment: hardwood floori. Very large on oxerdicd loll In Avocado lit. No qualifying, big 3. tpti, weekly or month! I $223 $250 yearly. Also
$18,800 CI 7.11270. family room. Fttly equippedall grove, carport tile bath wall bedroom 2-bat' screened rates iviiltble. Call CI 7-: r.ntala Gulfitream Trailer BEDROOM I 2-bath, furnished 49-A Sleeping RoomsPerrinaCutlerS.M.H.
; ; electric kitchen. Central to will carpeting 2blockatchool porch, carport 12501 SW 187 2232 for appoint. Court, 880 37th St.. Mara houie It duplex. Teddie .
CBS bedroom 2'bsth, 2' air-conditioning, oversized 2. It anopplng.I Lucky Trr. Drive by and call ut thon. Sfhcrer, Realtor, CI 7-6121,'
acres 12J, 00. Or with 1acre car garage Muat be teen you CE 83144.. Kay It Lowy. Inc. CE 85803, NEW duplex, 2-bedroom, stove,I TB 3.:8923. AI conditioned tcmi-privite
$19,500' 30713 SW 182nd open every day. .1 refrigerator I.undroom.. TRAILER apace for 50 or 55 bath kitchen prlvlleget If de.sires1. .
Call notl Hoffman CI .. _
Mary
Ave. tFarmtifeC1) 7.6471.DUPLEX LARGE Tenced'back yard, T foot trailer, adults only, CI PHONE Circle 7.2321 1
7-7221, after 6 CI 7- NW 6th Ave. It 9th St. CI 7- I Evenings I Saturday,
-- pm. I I20.SOO, pool home, corner lot THEY BRINC RESULTSI
Just 7-8022after 8 30
bedrooms redecorated. :
,
pm
: $14,750.: Corner lot i., 7369. The Kryet Co., 220 N.: $450 down, no closing costi. 3.bedroom, 2-bath In $;IOoolJ _4319._ -- :I Sunday TK: 54118

room 2-bedroom.each 1.tide.bath, Terrific Florida Krome ttead. Ate, Realtors, Home Jim' ,Lytle The CI Keyea 7.122l Co or, 220 CE N.82258 Whispering reduced to sell Pines now area.well Price financed Classified Display *1 if Classified Disploy Clossified Display *, Classified Display *

value tiny term Drukcll iMiLL- Krome Ave., Realtor, Home- Better hurry. Cliff I
bednr CBS on
Broker CE 5-5121. Mcndlcion, Realtor, CE 59241. -
I stead
fenced 3/4 lot
acre Cl 78279.
.. .
Foil 2- -- I
SAL by owner, large
NEW VA.FHA Retale llitlngt.
hardwood SWIMMING POOL bedrm..
bedrm. home, From $10000 down. George 40-D Florida Keys Propertlet
floor FI1A rommllmenLIIUOO. 2-bath on acre & a quarter. II
601 NE 14th St. Sell or trade One mile from Johnson, Realtor, CE 85143. WATCH

-- Rrdltndi Elementary on NO qualifying, small payments KEY LARGO 3x80 ft trailer ,
FlAME 2-bedroom, 1-bath Newton Rd. Owner CI 7-5322 3.bedroom, 2-btth, fencedyard. lots, boat ramp, fishing pier.
house, clone-In. $6500 total or t'R 33304. I 11835 SW 188th St. swimming area. Only $1593, :
coat Call CI_H743. UTOPIA----extra ordinary! Lei- ... ro down payment, $23.38 mo -
unfurnUhed NO qualifying, Immediate occupancy J. B. Kennaiton Properties FOR
Large City CBS 3.2 Florida
HOMESTEAD sure ,
CBS duplex, 2.bedroom room fireplace, filtered pool, $&00 down, 3-bcd P. O Box 131. Key Largo p
bath costs South
room, no I
852.5783CE 57092.
and
bath, front HAFB
tile near phone CI 72188or
Dixie Realty CE 8-1618.
rear porches, utility room,, CI 73432 today for de. 10-WIDE trailer rentals and
hardwood floori. Only SlOOt tails and appointment to see OUTSTANDING value 3.bedroom rff. tpti. dockage, the
dow., For details call CE 5- May-Rena Rodin Associate, 1'i-bath 100x100 Gulf. Weekend' with l u.n Gulf*

7092. Bill Rellly l Realtor, lot tropical landscaping, stream Trailer Court 880 -

HOMESTEAD bedrooms, XEROX Copies of deeds mort fruit trees. screened Fla. _37th St., Marathon.

tiled bath, 32x22: (Studio or. gages and: other valuable pa. room outdoor patio near 41 Lots For Sets '
tchoola It center.
Family room), excellent condition pert made In seconds while shopping
beautifully I landtcap. >ou wait. Uth>Cralt Print- Low ::tPJrr'm'O doling .
residential loll
11823SW EIGHT 23: foot
halt cash, ,
ed, $12.730. One rn, 78 NW lit St., Home-
near tchooli, shops, churches,, atcad. 185th St., open. In Florida City Manor; Total
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426 -- : : price $2500 wiht $230 down
Immediate posetslon. jjriroom-- i
vcl
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NW7th St. Cl 7-3001. BEDROOM, lbnth, carport, SPLIT kit, and $20 monthly or will split
patio. Price I $7500. 15472 Har. screened porch, Urge In half with $123 down and CHRYSLER 'I.PLYMOUTH
HOUSE with 2',i A. off Coco: noon Dr Leisure City. CI 7. chen new priced and ttore to selL room.Better Like $10 monthly, Taber, Realtor,II I I
Palm Dr. For Informatlon. 53318.
.ut hurry. Carnlne Real Eitate. 300 Palm Dr. I

Cl 7-3847. 'i.ACItIS, nIce-cottage wllh Broker 338-2812 CE 5-4001, II I
LEISURE CITY:new section, 2: big abed will tell furnished CE 83444. 46 For Sole or Rent I VALIANT

bedroom carport, awnings, or unfurnished $5000. No TELL "US" Real Estate LAR6i clean 4- 'edroom. 2-
air conditioner, acreened reasonable offer will be refused. problems your I'll bet we can bath unfurnished 9341 SW i

porch.ing. Howard$750 down Perkins no qualify, Real Sparton. Also trailer have bedroom 48-foo, solve It. We Cliff'1'11. trade Mendleion rent, take 167th over Ter.VA.For For sale lease- $500$140 SEE A SELECTION OF '64s ON LOT NOW!

Estate,_CI.7-1343.__ ___ ___ real nice, C2500. W. T. manage Realtor, OR 59241. month CE 5.7354.Classified .
Queen 20950 SW CtGoulds '

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la a matter of aeeonda. or will Trade or Sell Homestead Transfer and Storage
COR. U. S. 1 AVOCADO DR. HOMESTEAD, FLA. 248-0510 238-5515

Litho-Croft Printers Princeton Furniture Agent NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES, INC.
(Old City of Cars Location)
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R9-A Sleeping RoomsP.erin.Cutler4.MH 61 Article For Site 61 Boats ft AcceiiorleiIS ,85 Automobile Dealer 86 Automobiles Far Sate

NEW 4 used grocery and restaurant .FOOT boat ind trailer $85.. BUY-- .- Trade. Riy'l' I no WHITI Falcon ilillon. i)
IWO lees tnI1 rou5\v\ mcuitrefvenlnii equipment Call after CI 7.1181. Auto Silei, 29120 So. Fed wagon, straight Kick ridlo.
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i 18 lit 3 p.m. C173506._ Ihrnl'Jlt to Plper'i Lounge, First offer of $BU3 takes It.
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Twrioe le-FOOT Cabin Cruiser trailer So. of BlMiyni. CI 78423. .
1 !,A"Tllor tU electric shavers outboard Kvlnrude 35 UP _CIJe7M.inj V
53 Wanted To Rent Ferguson Jewelers 328 Perfect condition $673 or I CASH wilting for your cir it FORD FilriinM-door;;;; 6.c I IMOTORS
Washington I Ave., Home.stead. beat offer Phone CI 7-8125 0 Ic L Motors Corp, U.S.Federal )Under, conventional Rear,
KiiPONSIBLi /linuJy anti to __days, CI 7-1754 nlghti. Highway, Princeton.ci .I r.dlo. 4,new Urei. Call CE ft112 I
leans 31 pool home In per. 7.(1913.'IltUNICK evenings, ti
Saturday
\ or
rlne or VVhUperlnj Pines PIANOS practice uprldit 11-FOOT outboard Cabin, 40' I Sundiy. I l l J j
I area CK B-ffittM. HeUer'i Piano Store, 24 NW. HP.7roOd lahlnff, $3t5 CE Chryiler-Plymouth.

4 Business Opportunitlei' ) lit St. CI 7-3442, ____ n_. CE Inc...29540. .. federal Hwy.! 17 Trailers For Sate
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II' tCOTTI-Crift cabin crulierIbergliii f
9IALIR Minted' for American !PREMIER Photo Print dryer ( I960 model: 75 DADE Auto Sales, We buy!'( '
Oil Service Station, CI 7. F1p: -Flop design Holds mix- lIP Ctlnrude Motor, electric! clean used cirt. 30075 S GENERAL 1958 MS 2-bed- coap.
3D 16. (mum of eight 8ilO prlntiMO. start, trailer extra Federal Hwy a 71171 olCE8S343 I room, good condition peioto
i1 W Sii Piiid 2321.. Call Din FhUer, CI 7good- Ideal for cruising. or ( Park, Lot: 10. $1830. a 77989. -

prnptHTShirpenlnc 73 SW 2nd St. Must aril ko going o\erwii. DICK ,Conley Chevrolet, Inc,. SOUTH
; ; Asking Clll M8-5637 rt.n DADE'SLARGEST
$
RCA console ITV. 1 new A used rir. 261 Park- MOBILE homes leas r.-S5t-;; a
U Articles for Sole condition must sell, Call ED be seen it 3213 A Wlic., "'1CI 72121 or CE 11832 month $330 down. Hornet-
6-SJbfl. Ave on bue, Mead 'Triller Sales 29001 S
.MR-foatiiUuner reverie cycle, (FRED 1'arnock;: Ford sod I ,
new
Federal ,
f.iooT Hwy
$63 washing machine RUGS, never UII'd' i.-II. 13!. Century Inboard, ted can. 1300 PS. Federal ,
JC1 7-8864. \88: NW 14th SLn. matching pair if larger utllllFllhfnn.n with top, Hw ., Homestead CI 75112 NEW t USED Mobile homei AUTO

NTIOUES, rlM-bricfurn Oriental derlgn, also .ilf"j 70 bilge lIP pump Gray Marine 2 18' outrlggeri Priced to, or CE $-0673.) Low bent ritei.financing Underwood; lowmonthly '

I CE lure.5 3792.For ippolntrnenl to lee I vacuum cleaner tell it Homestead son Marine, GUY CIII&I'1 Rambler Co., U.S., Mobile Homes, 305 E. Mowry
6M37S7.RUMMAOI, US 1, 1 it Avocado Dr. Komeileida St.. Homeiteid.' 2471309.
110, uaciouaitra'vberries:; 1 2D-'O-Of 71811 or 23171973. I DISCOUNT HOUSE
| your own 29e quart wo furrlkh iiTir: Mfn' Powercat Trimaran I TRAILER bitch heavy duty
conlilner Shields Kerry oroen'i li rhlldreni cloth. with top bunk Kill, 2 16. !PERKINS Auto Silci Buy CE
Farm, 300-virdi US ion tag, household goods, Thursday eillon flbergliti gsa tanks, Sell! Trade. Bank Ininc '. II.Wag."ir -
Coconut Film Wit Prince- ,IId'lh Saturday 9 to 8, 11. D, Seminole trailer At Ing. Call CE 53237. = Alatki, Mex.
I ton. CI T-S600, I Center dealers cost Liywn Marine Ico, ready to go. 2957 Camper
Sponsored by Temple Beth 'JUS I, Homestead VOLKSWAGEN Porsche Cree 10 foot aluminum AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR.
ARCAIN' IUIt nPII' I id Am. 2'4001'Crl: ;- Authorized Si., Service mounted on 1998 International *
furniture A "' Craft, held, Pirti. Used can. Over.Keyo truck. Gn stove
| Boon A U. 8 tprllinrei 11. CE I 1663.Quail SIMMONS! chair;:, converts; to galley, full canvas, sleeps 4. Motors, Perrln- 2384893. with!ti oven ton electric end/or Ice CTWTP J\ # By CKryitcr Corp This Big' Little 4 door car ,its up to 40 ml perMil'
single bed. Plywood -linen comolete. with 2"ay radio refrigerator sleeps three. !VJft cot It'i 10 good the factory gives, o 5 year. 50.000, mite worranrv., ,
RADLEY Y RefnjeriUon fc Alr'l closet Z'.Z'xll"14130 Lin:] and automatic bilge'See /pump. WE PAY lop dollar tor yiur New- rubber, new !lrek.., Price' 1S9S. P.O.E. $195. Dove end 5.7.9J-.r montn I"'ud'jnllnt..tt.' -
1 Conditioning B8J2 SW coin Dr., Leisure City. :c.il rum perfect.
... Title Swedish well built telli inelf. Ill comfortable
I car ,
St Sales It Service. Re-Built I :! Head Motors 8no/ N. FederilKwy See it 15311 Garfield Dr., VOLVO # compact
I guaranteed SMAcir, J5t1 all fiberglas. and roomy. The models to choose from, even a notion
refrigerators .
-houseboat; CI 708J4WESTOVER | LeitureClty. 9 wagon
Ifrceien, washers, ilrcondlItloneri I'd. heavy springs, very well 24 FOOT Cruising t,II | 4Jigi. Auto. tronimlitlon available
new Priced from $2295.00 P.O.E.
(23 up. Can finance I-made. $50..:._Cl_74202.= .._ 25 HP electric motor t 5 liP Pontiac, andTetepest | .lLUlil l,t ll'rrI'i:
spare, new paint. $373. Call Cnglondi finest In Itt price There
[7213.Licensed A intured. CE 5. STORE fixtures for sale, everything CE 83700. 201 Civic Ct: CI 7-I cellent condition. CI7to7.il.FSbT'tweMraller TRIUMPH # five models to choose sports car the range.all are
from including new Spitfire.
mud go. 322 Wiihlnf- 3621 or CE: 5-0034. deeps
JILT-IN Suburban-electric ton A\8., llomeiteid. 4Loneslar 14' Cadet, ill lI 8. clean, $850. CI 7-9346 CI Prices start at S1S99.00 P.O.E.

I rlnfe. Urge cabinet! also.SINGER Zlgugln walnut cabinet .. most, windshieldsteering 25 36 Automobiles For Sola 7-6381. ALFA ROMEO # Itel V. finest Car for both family'' use and roeln,.
I Seminole trailer
\ ill stainless iteel.l! makes designs and buttonholes 1it'ii'4S.foOI 10-wldi trailer, Double overhead cams, aluminum engine. This car
LciJiLM I HP Mere 230, it only
< without ittichmenti v12f.i It put together with perfection.
down Liyion Marine !BANK Repoiieiiloni. Good bir-I good condition. CI 77882.
iDori-; Sold 1250: new tike over 9pmti. I
electronic, Homestead gains on late model flninclng -I mT"55iib a.nvj'II
illk* nl'w. veil for half of 11119. Will tike old can ,
price.
I$23. 8200 SW IMlh St. Phone machine In trade, Call 6831364. iMTir'r1 sim boat 80 HP I I available, Clll Mr. I Djke, $190 down, tike over TERMS ARRANGED

ICE 51790.EAt1 j Mere, trailer 38-mllei per Ebanks ra 7.131. pDmentt. 1430 tiW Slh Ave. BANK FINANCING TO
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-- TORO iel/.propelled d4758 open 'CADILLAC, small 200. IMJ FLAIR 10x38, tike overpayments .
Poll.h'l
like r.do.1 CE : SUIT YOUR NEEDS
rugs new
no easy $100
lawn $63 month
mower $ ; lulltflU1PPI'd'1! I'd" ready to go. 428 NW
to do with Blue L.t atre, Rent
| model l7 f Balance CI 7'
electric grave C-600 rider '7' ArlllO- 7lhStCI 73001. II equity. $2800.
ihimpooer $1 M''I mower, cull 24" mirth, $45. with lounge I 8918 after II p.m.
Carter Paint Store. Both machines In tint elm curtains, Rocket trailer, 2 '62 i uitt bll ., mutt-be I .__ .
m> B -
EtPFRtEZE, 13-cuble feed condition. Cill CI 7.$147.WESTINGHOUSE .Junnio 40'i with carters' AEcncriloi told this week it wholesale'88 Truck For Sole USED CARS -
1960 Ford 'Under
27225 SW 10Mbe. -- Al, $423. down. pricei. 6-0 ,
,Jlfotpolnt\Ye. CI 72255. stove t, refrigerator Lax Marine, t'S: I, Home- $575: ; 1958: Ford 6-cyllnder'
very good con iteid.fui $350; 1957: Olds USED trucks t bunei. PlinU-
,LICTRIC refrigerator and dition. Call CI 7-1931 be.I $350; 1954 Stallon..on'l lion Auto 1 Bui Sales,
ISO-Inch range Reasonable. _tw een 9 and 8. I MFG Seaway hardtop See it 1401 Gouldl, CI 7.8434.1U2 CONVERTIBLES COMPACTS
,
Call after 3 p.m. Cl 73506LICTRIC ZENITH fv"No( pic), $10.. Crib with A swivel box lounge lights seats 110,)bit. call CI7 2048L -
tery Chevrolet pickup 17000
stove, door-need _*c mattress, _$3. CI. 7-7248..: cruiser Regular I $3823: JUNKING, 1932: Plymouth, in miles For details ciu CI 7- 1963 CAD. Eldorado 1963 CORVAIR
irepilrinf but burner rook S-TON Carrier Air-Conditioner- $3193. Liyion Marine, US Ifr'j parta for sale good tire CE 7806. P99, Cony. Air $4721 N68A MO"IG $1996
8-2698 evenlngi,
good. Cheap 982 NE 4th AvLICTROLUX water cooled with at __HomeMeid._ 1-
pump
sales and ier. low, low price. 322 Wul ln.. 67-1 Machinery Tool. I PONTIAC, 33 in very food !"1543-3/4, like new too Chevrolet closed la pickup 1962 CHEV. $1781 1963 FALCON $2056

[Tire. Used eleinen. F. E. ton Ave, Homeiteid. condition radio, beater, 5- ity box, equipped\ with I utll-I, R113-Conr. P289A, Sprint
thiw, 813 NW eth 16 new tires, new automatic
Ct, Home USED FARM equip and tink. '
teil Call CI 7-5872. PIECE Rattan sectional A trailer bus, tingle bottom trinimlnloa, $350. CI 75032.tsy compressor seen it 135 W, Mowry 1962 CADILLAC $3392 1962 CORVAIR

[a..ZIIt, GE H-cuble foot upp comer table nU-t.$40. CI T-4S'72.1 plow tirleui small.de tools, 2- CHEVY Sport coupe 3337. P239-AIR 417-4-paid $1897
i-PIECI Ford tr.ctori mower
|right like new. 973. CE 4. best offer. CI 8-0933. 1961 CONTIN'AL.P291 1962 FAIRLANE500
H82S. cultivator harrow,
4944. Jih, 75. CI planter 91 Motorcycles' $2789 $1589
I 19240 SW 304 St. or ph. Miami "S7 Chevrolet 4-door Stitlon- -AIR P352-Spt CPI
ilO Portable wiUt-in cooler,
871-4224 ill air conditioned
RMICA dinette let wagon power It60 Moped like new mike
I chiln, living lI.m.tch'j $400 CI 7-3509 after I p.m. & clean CI 7-3337. offer. 9941 Haitian Dr, CE 1961 PONTIAC $1578 1962 MONZACp. $1583
good I double bet 69 Poultry Supplies 5.7483. I P422
.
21-'INCH rotary power mower 1,5, Plymouth cylinder, P4664..p..d
p108.ANDPA'
*20. 22fl NW 13th St. CHICK It* compuut bj lh. bag standard trinimliilon new WJ VESPA excellent condition 1960 FORD 1961 FALCON
$ Trading Post Awn or truck We load at farm paint fc seat covert, excellent windshield, ipeedom-' $1093 $1099
f Shop, 26790 6. Federal 61.1 Articles Wanted I' wholesale prlrei. Ergs 40c condition $493. ED 6- eler buddy seat, $175. Call P333A P409 Deluxe

Uwy., Nirindi We pawn, GUNS needed by itaip '.. 128 I down. CI 77429. 11M!. ('i 8.0) 57 after 6pm. I 1959 FORD 1961 CORVAIR
trade
KJV, sell or Cash lord $888
( gold diver Uuirin N.any Kromi ige. Cub Ave wilting., AnkJIId.. 78 Seeds, Plants, Flowers Classified Display Classified Display *1 P395- P402-Coupt ,, $1159
ed expert watch & jewelry
"pilra.Pine hind engraving. WANTED to buy Vied rerlgeriton >I YOU Alta wviutt lit VIMII my 1956 FORD $333 1960 FALCON

.1 "- 122. __ ( freeness ilrconditlonen D.LIly Gardens while they P222-. P438-.,.......... $791
CK 87113 ere In bloom. Flinti wt now/ .
pl"'r deepfreeze 20I .
upright -
: will itlll bloom thl'm.ke
ibis ret, like new cot 43 Poets & Accessories SHOP w.
nice Enter glfti. Ruth Davis,
110O new will sell bat WAGONS-TRUCKS HARDTOPS & SEDANS
e. CI 7-3143. 233 NE 3rd COUNTY Line Winni olleri CI 7SS07 thisSIGN _
URue Williams Hobby boat repairs, wood or fiber.glui .
I Hop.IWtRTCH. Discount prices on boitluppllei 78-A Topsoil 1 1963 CHEVROLET 1963 BUICK Wildc'r

4.plec red Sparkle Dockage, end cloth rental end boiti.reiln: iKADb A puiverUed top lull, P272 J-Ton.... $1606 P443-AIR "". $3166
|4rum let with 2-iytnblei. Rlllei Sand for lawn dressing 1
New ind used boit Free
y I
[NEARING Aid bitterlciI 'Monroe County Line. CI 7- P338-9 POII. P307-AIR ,....
82 Doge, Cots, Pets
Fischer & Sons, 141 N.IIrome 8908. I 1961 FALCON Pond 1962 FORD Golaxi.

t Ave, llometteid. FOR HIRES 33-ft. Owes twin GiRMAN bhephrrd AKC covered by M d'1100"% N42A AIR $762 $1776
I All uNd tin advertised are I P378-AIR ...,
tell or trade,
[HOLLYWOOD wheelchair ex engines, ill diy $35 for 6. healthy pups Mechanical Guarantee

Hcellent condition CE 84413 Call CI 7-3039. 4 to 8 p.m. I CS'5-7910. 84 VW Wagon Demo .$2)9S 1961 CHEV. Wgn. $1699 1962 OLDS934-dr. $2588

['t269 PHILCO refrigerator, regular CLASSPAR '63 19-foot Open PITSHOPwind litter cf mix.I' (4 VW Variant Wag $2lti P450, Air ,, P358, HT, Air
.1I5; dosing out at coat ed CE 3-1031.
[ ( Going out of bud top rUhermn.ride guide Fiberglass steering,boat bat. ---I pupi. 6] VW Sedan 1145 1961 FALCON 1961 FORD Goloxie I

f ::. 322 Washington. Ave. trailer tory li, '63 box, H. D. Seminole. L 'OODLI shots A puppies pipen.,CE toy 54681.silver I e3 63 VW Porsche Standard Normal Wag Cpe.IJOM UStl P297_.....,.. $989 P392, Air ,,,, $1293

(NALCO aluminum iwnlufi as. Sue $938. Ley.on1rarlne, US Pi TiCTiN dog, bred;' S2 VW Sedan HIM 1961 CORVAIR 1960 PONT.4-dr.
sorted lUei. Clll CI70346ifter pure
$989
$889
1, 1I0ml'ltud.IACItI"CI 61 VW Cats Coupe $I 1115
2 p.m. 1329 NE! Krome German Shepherd, female ,. P393-Pickup P458A HT AIR
I1I3S
60 Porsche Coo
CE 8-5752:
$50.
Ter.ILIKI 21' Chris Craft 125
61 VW Pickup .. M9J 1959 OLDSMOBILE 1959
CE cleiner. HP engine glim bottom. 8J Horses For Sale .IIOt5 $1199 4UTH. $688
new vacuum Mud be mo\ed. CI 7-1892.: 60 VW Sedan 166-F'"tal' P392, ..,
113. CI 7-9202.
39 VW Sedan .. M83
2 INI 18JD .Johnson out:''CHESTNUT mire, *3K). I'hone 61 PORSCHE Speedster .tl&M 1957 FORD 1959 PONTIAC
[LINED oak dining table S- CI 73647. $476 $1021
chain glaze top buffet; $150. ed.boird'i Will romplt'teloYfrbeul.tell ei pair or ilng- "eeklor 61 VW Sedan .., $1241 R121 Rnchwgn P444-Bonn. ..
HORSES boarded
it CE D.28Oe. le. 833 NW 9th. St, Home- monthly $15 per month.Corner .I I Over-Keys Motors Inc.
tteid. CI 73B84.J
i MAYTAG wringer: washer, excellent of Halnlin Dr. ItUndirren
CARS
running condition. CI T1 FOOT lass bottom Rd. OX 8-1860. I VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE PJ& SPORTS FOREIGN CARS

$0870.MOVING. boit. Will trade for good AUTHORIZED
;. Iiwnmower. CI 78684. 85 Automobile Dealers I kjftfl 1964 TR4 1963 FIAT 600P465
complete furalihlnfi Sales Service V/

i ii ii from bedroom hanw for 4-FOOT alumInum Orlando BLAKE,BIRD, Inc.: 5From. :lO S'I 1 1616SSo. Federal' Hw". (U.S 1)) N38 ............ $2688 ... $761
salt Call a 7-68U liter 5.30: boa motor 4 trillr. Ave' CI' + 6131, We
pm .Pf&s. CI 7-7392. nell guaranteed used ean I Just North of Parrlna fh. 238-0893 1962 MGA 1963 VOLVO

Classified Display 1* Classified Display Classified Display *\ CLOSED ON SUNDAYS P491 ............ $1588 P431-I22S..... $1839

1962. 1961 KARMEN
& $1588 $1399
............ 22A-Ghia
SEE THE MANY NEW PONTIACS NOW ON OUR LOT 1961 TR3 1961
$1488 O22rj. $1293
P428 ............ P74A

1962 TR4 Roadster 1960 ENGLISH

WESTOVER PONTIACNOW P426- ..... .., $1749 P40 1 A-Ford $598'

1960 JAGUAR 1959 OPEL
48' 9
P345ARdstr. $1896 R166-Wagon $ _
PUntto ehooio from. .
The first time this NEW CAR YEAR! 1960 CORVETTE $2222 1959 VOLVO $868
P462,4 sp.2T. N26A-544 .

1960 TR3 1959 MERCEDES

BONNEVILLES Gov EN P493 ..... $1388 P416A, 2205, $1289



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Pegs Twtnty TWI Th* NIW1 LEADER and CUTLER RIDSE-PIKRINI POST


Bewhiskered Cat In Person. ..,.,"+ Mlrw Celebrated Soloist Take r}Audience By Storm. .



Stage 8y SAM BENECKSON and,Amusement Screen Editor Fantasy On Puss And \: Noted Greek KeyboarderIs




Boots' Shown At Cinema Captivating Pianist


f Among the unforgettable through the centurlea as a I.I built on e large sound sUgo' Dr Fablen Sevlttky, noted
"fluldrtn'. stories, mated by fine children's clinic end M* and look a* if any part of II, 1 ci J for his many musical ,ul1lrl.. .
'the Imagination of Chart hat been brought to the sworn could be broken off and atn' '''', climaxed his "b., of trick."
'rerrault, li that of Tun 'n with all of Its mode mask Theme alto the care of th. I with the preaenlatlon of Greek
: Rood. U hit com downTime Th wonderful new fantasy villain end the haunted forcaL pianist, Gina Bacheuer, Sunday *
.r cornea to the Cutler Ridge To enhance IU splendor: night at the Miami Beach
Cinema, Saturday and Sunday, and beauty It li filmed In gorgeous / Auditorium
Clock April 1119 In ell It* colorful Eastman Color end
M
Palms ThtttreThursday and spectacular presentation, Scope, Combining hit musical kn,.-
thru And "Pu.." will appear et the The rat In boots I. oleo join I how with the keyboarding antics
SaturdayApril -
1418. "Sunda,.. endCytalle Cinema, In person, at. 11 noon ed by e new sldtklck, a talk.. ". of Miss Bechauer, they
TilO and 9:10. Saturday only big rooster and there are sev performed the Brahms Second
t The picture I I. produce In era! new Bongs that will leave Plan Concerto la B-flit major
and IilO,
Saturday Sundayt :
1 afternoon shows "living animation" where the you whittling. with the kind of gusto that
did 1 aria and actors art all\ real. Coincident with the personal captivated symphony support
Show
Sat Klddl at pm I
This gives more of a feeling appearance of Tun" this week srs
Cartoons and "World Without
of realism than thou of the the theatre management arranged '
'1 End. picture animation technique for the turned, end Flswlesily performed, the
;, thru Tuesday, Apr!
j Sunday
concerto highlighted Miss Ba'
I' used In chlldren'i. picture Jn booted feline to make e special
"Two
Seller
1921 Peter Jn
chsuer's unusual style
to Kendall Homa for Children Dyna
the put. trip
Can Play." 7:14: and *;14pm One of the eels Is the beautiful .I I to bring the shut.Ins some t .. r mil and brilliant, aha permits

... .reeitway Theatre j rock-candy paler which fun and frivolity, the technique to speak for I It*

Thursday, April 11 To!. self.She
bridge the demands
low The Bo,." TilS and 11(12 If
Due At r
p.m, and "Courtship of Ed. Grand Ole Opry the piece for both forceful and.
/ '. I tender qualities with tonal d.
Father" OilO
dl.Friday and Saturday: April/ So. Dude AuditoriumGrand llnestlons denouement that results, In a powerful .

IMS "Man With X-Kay
l .'. Symphonic sympstlco with
Eyes 7tlS and 10:26:
FAILED FUN It found In the story of "'UII 'n "The Terror" I:SS p.m.pm'l Oil Opry Is comingto end western Mill! the outstanding pianist was

loots" the children's world saga of bewhlskered" Sunday thru Tuesday, April South Dsdet Sponsored by The Willis Brothers, GuyEkeet further augmented by the cov
due Ittl "King of Klngi" the rude County Chapter of t trlbutlon of cellltt Ingu Na--
feline who becomes o hero. The production It end Vic originally known
the Florida Federation of theBlind runt, and concertmaster George
ot the Cutler Ridge Cinema Soturdoy-Sundoy' April 7:15: and 1U35 pm. "Hiroea aa the "Oklahoma Wranglera"of
the famed Nnhvllle, La
18-19, with a special/ personal appearance of Pun Die Young" 10:18.: radio, television ecreen and pen son.
will t
Curler Rldg Cinema Tenn., folk-aingere pre'acM nationally The coupling of NarnnsandMiss
on Saturday at noon. concert at South recording fame, ere :
Btchsuer
Thuraday and Friday April a apeclat recognized as one of the ns proved ea Ingenious
Dado High School Auditorium -41ti\: \! highlight of the eon
16-17 "Sunday la New York lion's top country and western J.
B B 2:00: 6:05, 10:00 Tlui '"The Friday, May t, entertainment groups. .... cert
FI'J' / The success of the concertwas
Mta" 8:50 and 1:00: pm I have
The cast of performers ,
HOMESTEAD Saturday, April II only end The brothers have three Im further heightened by the
"'Put* 'N Boota" 12:00: 2:00, appeared on radio, screen portent firttt In the world of dramatic pretcntatlon of the
the .
and Include
television re -
7-5118
For Information Cell-CI 7.5944-CI 4:00 In New York" country music They ware the .iI/l orcheitrt's Sibelius Symphony
"Sunday 1
Pictures : cording star, Red Sovine, and ', .......... .. __ .
Alweys The 'IUT' Motion :8:00 and 10:00: "Th Prise" Spm. ford group to tick late "Hank :;L 'I. No. 1 In E minor
.h.1111. Brothers.A
l & WIlliam. later to be known CONCERT STAR, Gina Bouchouer, guest plonlst en The sweeping Impact of the
NoWIIsnAD OPENSTONIGHT Sunday April 19 Only Tuu regular part of the Grand as the "Drifting Cowbo)'.." the Unirersity of Miami Symphony program, thrilled group's single-minded purpose
1":3 I'N Boota" 1:30 and 8.30 They were the first featuredart was Indelibly etched upon the
p.m. Ole Opry, Red, who once played I audiences at special engagement.
J I lm.CJ Doors Open p.m. :"Sunday In New York" {::45 on the "Jubilee, USA" audience who witnessed e tre*
r..lJ Phone Cl 7-Sltl and V.45: pm. "Th Prl.." with Weit Virginia Wheeling 1 shows at Springfield, Mo., and mendous musical effort effect
7i45 p.m. Jamboree and the "Louisiana they along with other Grand Peter Sellers In Ively coordinated by tilt mae*
Monday, Tuesday and Wed. H' 'rldl" before joining tb'l I Saucy, tro.
NOMINATED neaday, April 20, 21, 22. "Sun Opry group, hat recently Gerthwln's "An American In
day In New Yoik" 2:00: 6.05, leased a new recording "Dream Sophisticated Farce Paris," a favorit of our -
,,10.000: and "Th Frit*" 1:50: House For Sal*" rated high on J'liIIIFAMED proved a delightful choice, for
ACADEMY AWARD and S p.m. i I")llIIle Bu.ln.Ip country! an "opener." And Dr. Sevlt-

.. .. ... ................ .. Peter Sellers whose comedytalents sky's baton worked with gay,
have made him ae laernatlonal -

Best Foreign Film of the Year! i | Til S '.m, I makes entertainment"Only Two personality C. ,Y t! caught abandon the as spirit the of its orchestra Infection

IJ IliNoleOpen LOUNGE j Can PI.," one of the happiest rhythms,

RESTAURANT pictures ever to pity the Palms

"A CINEMATIC MIRACLE! So Dixie Hwy. U.Theatre, due Sunday April Jose Greco Signed

-Boslcy Crowthcr,N.Y Times APPEARING NIGHTLY ,

6 r' "BIG DADDY 1VI.ST" Portraying ordinary snail JOM Greco, world-renowned
V town librarian with a sera- dancing Star, hat been signedby '
The Quarter Notes.For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure year itch, Sellers' performanceIn producer director Sun
DELICIOUS SPECIAL! the Klngtley International Icy Kramer for a key acting
: New York Strip Steak, 22 ounces if A QC comedy .li far removed from hit role In "Ship of Foolt which

g COMPLETE DINNER . >4 c IW memorable portraits of the orrlyaerloua Kramer will film for Columbia
SO Delicious, You'won't hava room for union leader In Picture release, bated on the
I Iw \ Your Second Cup of Coffee folk-singer Is Red "I'm AU Eight Jack" and beat.selling novel by Katherine
f humorleta ofThe
lilt incompetent
"- Sovlll' who will ono Ann Porter
\ appear
":' STEAKS from. .. $2:95 special Grand Ole Opry bloom That :Roared. Greco will play the Important

; ,, I Delmonleo- tasty and filling program at the South Suffering from the troubles co-starring. role of Pep.
I WE CATER PABTIES-FOR RESERVATION CAll Cl T W5I bade High School Auditorium that plague most married men leader of a dancing troupe'

,4, .eentaanti May 8 for the family and financial fnis- which find. Itself aa paiaea
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_tr*)|N HIM tmttf ml tfif*t.at MgM.. aruara Met.Wed.. I benefit of the Florida !rations Seller. sets out In gore on "The Ship of Fools"He
MUSICAL COMEDY "KMTMOLLY ; Two Can to do joins the inUrnttlonel all*
Only Play"
Special/ Sat. Show 1 p.m. ONLY-COME EARLY I Federation of the Blind something about both, with AMATEUR wolf I. po'tray.d star nit which now Includes

"World Without End" and Color Cartoons Set PICON I''Ole Opry acts were the consequences that are joyoutn by Peter Sellers In Academy Award-wlnn.ra Sire
Sun. to. Iel .i Cemedi.en.M flnt country and western muilrtl the extreme another lough rola In one Slmoret and Jon Ferrer
i rw he "Ineled In eoou oy'e I I entertainers to give a 'Two Can Play" at the Lee Marvin, George Segal,
Sun.,Mon.,Tun.,Wed owl .mlma MUIK Cwntdr Snwnlt onncert in Constitution Hall In la actual fact, he doe lit- Palms Theater, starting Helns Buehmann and Michael
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I WILLIAM TERRY Washington, D. C. e plat normally tl. but dream about doing Sunday, April 19. Dunn.

"A Side'Splitter! ." I CHAPMAN M SAUNDERS 'I musicians reserved for classical young something aoclalite until an decides.ltraeU"she

I The brightest quips of modern times really wants to add him to her own
priceless delicious droll.ry preciously/ sly!' Charles Engine, president of collection of tamed males sine
I wnN? av g e Area ..dMNd' the F.EOTB, announced thata 13AN o11 LLA
-Bo.ley Crowther, N. Y.TIMES .e J" r N".. e"u.l he offer to help him win e BO
percentage of the proceedsI1I iromctlon, In addition to other
"One of the Funniest of the MI rim Nwitu micro tiiIn. nd / go to the group for rebshllitallnn hlngs. '
tt<, ftan. I M ifj. ( work Permanently Steak House and C.cUilL..ft'\-
4 Irt.tM. Seller* gladly tries to *culeace. -
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year. A Pleasure! w II.*. CU. blind, Engine does on amazing The subsequent ember:, DARYL DODSON TRIO
Cut ae. am with
s. local
job for tha chapter
casement end harrasiments JIMMY ROBERTI COMBOiMondsy
L.s Me 1. Nat 1 NL
Jesse Zunter CUE MAGAZINE
the aid of his .aeeing-ey eec .
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AND the librarian must meet pro., Nit 7 pun to I p.mALL DRINKS He
"Great COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE mTAURANT re tiry. vide some of the more fcllarous Tuesday trite Talent Nlte-Ctih Print
Fun! show and help
It. Enjoy a fine moments la e superb Continuous Entertainment
HI 5.2581
It could be considered o classic! no MAIN HIGHWAY MIAMI' your local chapter for the crecn entertainment I I Phone 247.9610

-Archer Will It.II, N. Y. POST ------------ blind- As the high-living young women N rt ,_ __' _
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who Ignore her own hue
I Sot, & SunApril 18.19 land to concentrate on every
I' other woman', Hal ZetUrllng tut sat fMUNO nn 500 outs

Sat aM2:00-2:00&: 4:00 1 keeps la happy step with the "America's Most FUNderlul Resre-Matel"
6 1 | Seller
Frrli out ; Sunday at 1:30: & 3:30 embattled"Only Two Can Play" I Is ....cw.: Now a fHIAMOU.

baaed on a screenplay by Boy A- wm [lt

2 0 A6 d SEE "PUS In Ptrion-SATURDAY ONLY AT 12:00Look : ant Forbes" "That Uncertain
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MIAMI BEACH 54 FLORIDA
Bill and Cars have been ,
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create series of li
? i.Aln n .I LilnnnAin an..hM1liia AiM1i ii. K GORDON MURRAY tlgned to a 87)4AII 1Idit
EVERYMEMBER new puppet character to be
HltiTMLNN producer of "LITTLE used in 20th Century-Fox'. I oaEMwrrruE FRIDAY-.twtAtararr SUNDAY
BRfEZEWAY RED RIDING HOOD" presents
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"FOLLOW' THE BOYS"with O RADIO ,Will:

Connie Fronds/ -ALSO tie STATION

"COURTSHIP of EDDIE'S FATHER"Glenn ,

Fani-Shirley Jones PRESENTSCOUNTRY

COLORSCOPE .

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'"MAN WITH THE X-RAY EYES"Ray .

Millond-Diana Von Denous MATINEE' r MUSIC t.,;, "

f. Plus 2nd Hit ,
'THE TERROR"with ONLY! SEE ",

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Sq Ito. Talking; about new Bound, tim you heard the one
TMi 'D"y of Rut for moth.rt It Idea Pop father I I. making about the money you'r rOT a VOt* /Ira A scow WHIM CftOOK Ala N0. 501 NIL Nes11AAs Mv vynsoesiAll
% ?bait your ;
VlffplcrONI MntOVIM TNIKTinWIOUITH A ifr McKcr io Mats AT A Nest rncco TOUCH WITH I AMia I CYI Opel sew N
U kids need It!" spending on rooordi? MeKEffUOW < f l WT/.a NOTOONVIleeol FM TO HIX sArs awaey MAM APP. RMUTYl MT 1555 m g7 Aooo
wiNOHOiurPOUWDATIOU NIl"AU or '"fTlII1O TI4I pmtJDDA'1HIRr
cNW tIONoNoOtIl 7.MAUes' Mss omOrntAnnmllwiTN
Of New Tax Law aA.Yi A O0rnycaAmsTT
Because

I HALF" PAST TEENImaginary I 1

Moving Easier T

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On Pocketbook I J / t nYi rrlEI 11 I

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Movlnj tt another city or vloualy, such moving expenioil
UU U take a tw job li I p>* were not deductible, II i'/AW/

log to be easier on the pocketbook If the Individual li relmbur- -
from now on. Under the led by his new employer, Hobby I
new. V. 8. Ux Uw, moving xprnMi t Pa d'' la
laid, he no longer must d. BLAKE-BIRD
of this type are deductible dare the amount of the relnvburaement
I ai Income and pay :; 'ell BUICK CASHFor

Ai a result a sharp till inintercity tax on It. \ Sales Department
and interstate mow. In addition. Hebky' pointedout I tn ,I pm Mon Sit e'9'I

log I li expected) this year, ace, the Individual new may 'p. Strvlct Department Your Cor
cording to Jamei Hobby, Horn- alto' deduct the cast of trans (tad Radiator Shop)
stead moving offlcl l. pertlnt his family t. the new l lna I pm Moo.,Yrl. G&LMotors
letaHofl. This travel expanse ..rMANpi4 I .m 112 Noon Sat
Hobby li owner .f Hobby allowance Includta food and
Moving & Storage Co, local., ledalflfl. en the WI,. CLOSED SUNDAYS Corp.
rent for Mayflower longdlitanca "The new Us bill not only 520 So Krome Avenue \4 Mil No. .f Princeton
service.It will\ encourage more people to CI 71131 CE J7842 Dixie H/.hw.y/

I ti In (lnt,Pittance m.vInf > move to distant cities to take I p.Id a, a.I1, C.m Pe'
thai the klfitit Increase advantage of better job opportunities ,

la the antlclpa4 new ta* II previsions a result M af will encourage," laid Hobby them, to"but take It I i" ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN II

mavlni ..,.n.... more of their houiebold poneialona -
I with themHeretofore ." I SAN T nND A TNINA 7HN THO '
Hobby explained that the v Hobby laid, a Waopeo wi l ma TIM[ TROUSLe .R JLlGT m1iEUMVLN'r ( M&
MACHIN!t RTtei. MUST aEIN W T LOST 017P ALcJTrgsTcTLYl /
law permits in individual deduct moving to take a new Job
man ) I T+[haw. AtlVE! Twarew.eCRlLN pvaa1CY1M a/ x ens N AS'
the cost of moving to was dlaoouraged from Moving 170uTLA.N01 ipTIN TlaTS i/
take a sew Job, providing till all of Ma household good because m ,utD -cjt
nor I li at least 10 nllei and even, if reimbursed he P1MW IicmNwRNPD
the mploya ii not reimbursed had to pay Ur: on the S .5 U ;
by hit new employer. Pro- bdraement. t.IIII'1 Phone Calls ? '


EFFICIENCY. HONEST LAW ENFORCEMENTLet' I Name's The Same 1 I m AT10N aTOp! 'It I J e C 1 ,


Let'.
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Rs-Elect LEVERGEO. I I0eta
But Ranks Differ

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E. I Doe the jingle' of tho little And )'ou're aura you're not
black Alexander Graham Bell Airman Proctor eeINA'.HDW NICKS epNO 'levi
bug you? Do wrong numbers "Yea, I'm quite aura I'm not S/i I.lOMBwy eat sea 1tAep/l RiK A WIM WHILe Wit f/"WELL MAYMVOU" HPMa.A VENt... LOmltl aoRT ATE WATCH "
I flip your ear lobe Park It for Airman Proctor" es+cJlxyMT tNEA e M smMl frop/'reuT CLOIi r --
WRIGHTCONSTABLE a while and listen to this byplay "Thank you Alter Captain." ??,/. t vc J JE/1TIoNAL I yr.l
of wordi.i While theie phone calla did. '

i "Capt. Proctor" No, this 11 n', take place they could have
I
Airman Proctor. very easily, ai Homestead Air
I "But I want to speak to Force Bane boasts two that'a
CapU Proctor," right two Jerry L. Proctori. :
., 4th District MAY 5th I "I'm sorry, but this li I Air .
man Proctor. One li Airman First Clan r.I
I "Jerry Proctor Proctor, serving with 19th
r GEORGE WRIGHT hat been I resident of Momeatead'Ptrrlne
i "Yea Airman Jerry Combat Defense Squadron. The I
area slag 1(11 Proctor." Other ll Capt. Proctor, an F-100 l

*.He li married: wife, Erla Gay; two children, Chrlita I "Are you lure you're ftotC.pt. pilot In the 809th Tactical .I W
Jerry rroctort""Yes Fighter Squadron, 1'' .
M oe .I.MR
Gay age 10, and George E, Jr., age T.o I'm fairly sure Good I The only difference &In thtm.n'
li the middle
He li graduate of Bedlind Sr, High School 1937 and bye. names
Another phone call name Capl Proctor' middle WHAT MOlLD pe,sr'0 MOOT IJaas.u.WHO NAMi'T NICK IWA.
the Dado County Police Academy, I Airman Proe- (M 1eaNnicIrNf euaLY1011r THINKK1A.UUT
"Airman Proetort"'I name li Leroy, COMMAND A AclNJN ooEeiT WCIULDKT e6NDv IN THIe .N
o,Ho bat held I four-year terms, 12 yean of office ''I this la Capt.. Proctor. tor'. middle name li Leon I Ti1uw0RpuT aepu IRE TOO A Tessa LIKE PIAtCI! Cr
"Pardon me air, but I'm The situation was broughtto NyM WITH b. PSAiUC A TtiAT AT MLitt
He has I deputies and S patrol can answering the looking for Airman Proctor," light through t medical record WNIIILWINDrWJDLINC.f

public need. "Well, I can't help you" and mall mix-up. A

a He U a member of Homestead Baptist Church, the Maionle I "But sit, are you Jerry Prom "v

Lodge, Easters Star, Elki Oddfellow, and Fraternal tort""That'i right". Hall To SpeakAt
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Order of Police Pel. Poi Ad", I "Sir, are you L Proctor Bay GladesMetro a
"Th.,', right.

Mayor Chuck Hall will
speak at the April 17 meeting
of the Biy Glades Civic Aaaoelatlon -
in the Chose Federal ,eta
YOU MAY NEED I ,
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Building on N Kendall Drive.)
Hall haa been Invited to
'choose Ma own toplpt, but a
EYEGLASSES request was alto made for OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS IThursday

him to comment on the Florida?
Power and Light Co.'. proposed
of the Cutler ,
expansion plant p z eo"ALa. T+e wHA'r A Rauati Tplawa wales I ilEDMI6 DoNT NO-pia MEANT
over eommerclallutlon on I WAY 10 THC CTOIE POUIC TMIIJ s O I THAT LISTAN' IIII'DLOTTM'oO' i w TIE NAY TELL Ha iliPT rT15TMu.T
V CHECK WITHSOUTH South Dixie Highway, toning PI5COVERED WIENEReMAR5MMALLOMO, t 1 M Ali IT TIME 1D IsLIANJ
COOKIEsAI tMILK AM'eHENIe RreTets A10RNIN'
and a "recently proposed tax ?5.55 10w I4 can'KJLOMIMpOwNTH'ITRET OR lva ALREADY' ANMMPORTe
DADE VISION CENTERA on utllltlea to finance certain WAY 'lspENT EMPTv'MANopA/TRnew'60N[ avew i, pAIeT',1J Moves
aervlcea In unincorporated A.OIJTANLOUR d tDIJ0,1 T11000erlLooeiI I wee,TRAVELS
areal." SIJT I YOu'D OTOPPEDONCOULDJT
OPTICAL SERVICE
COMPLETE Tp+f e. 5ACK Mr
A question and aniwer PerIod -
f On Day emoraeMy service rW nw r frmcrlptloM will follow Hall'a talk PIMP IT/ e1AD A PICNIC!

UtNt high fotiilo* frovima Meeting time ll 8:00 ,
p.m.
5/ Highest ..ollfy. swrekls.ad ..........,p and the public la Invited. s,.
V Prscriptleas tilled t. .x.enfl speclflclltl.
v D. c..... .f yaw .,..1-ql l.... eU.r'r i. rl tYoir Officer I
I- lessee redesigned U MW mouton frwnM Jaycee ; :
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NO APPOINTMENT r Cestoct NECESSARY 110510 AMPLE FREE PARKING Candidates Feted yiII v y

YOUR PHONE INQUIRIES ARE WELCOME Candidates for office In the
homestead South Dado Junior
DADE VISION CENTERIN Cha.nber of Commerce were 1
SOUTH feted by membera Saturday ata IS
party In the clubhouse at 89! '
THE tOUTH DIXIE MEDICAU UlLOINtt 238 NW First Street or"'T11aWORRYWART :(

Sloth fTWEET A iOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY Jaycees, wives and other
gueite attended the Intraclubpolitical
(Next to the Farm Store) 3300 "rail,,"

I OPEN DAY A WEEK Results of a secret ballot

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