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Mil Gen Alvin C. Gllhjm
Politic. Politician II, Sttrd; Air Dlvlilen, .emminder .
Run Dodge, Hid, I it Homestead Air

Florida. Mi>b*. Dade No. force Bite line last July,
hit been reassigned at It,..
fled preliminary/ reading tegl Air Cemmend'i deputy

by i"Ju.traliltl thinking ef Nimr0 director' .f eperatlvnt at Of
boating a plant 6t our area Leatr fwtt AM, Nek. SAC Held.ejuarter .
announced Friday.
County board to ataU
H. will" b* replaced hereby
board Way.agreed .
t- r" I Ir. Brig Gen. William I.
to leta Creer, president commander
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refinery be "HOMESTEAD'S Public Spirited Ncmpapcr" .f the 45th Air DIvision, L.,..
built If you'lllet Inn API, Me.
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:s J ui alon board an of exprei-whether Give y Refinery Substitutes Hunted An Exclusive


or not

Temple you want re
finery. If you say 71 we'll
let channel be dur.
County board Well bold a


hearing llll.f.t.tio SEADADE EYES ALTERNATES

Old county board and UU
board wanted etch other to
bo accountable just la cane
something didn't turn outright


State. board procrastinated -
until new county board mem- Dade Can Lose
bin cam In, then told them In Pearson's Report To Council

they'd have to say whether .
they wanted the channel and
refinery. $300 Million

County board sera It must

have anything.CoKeltfifoitf- another l th. -before public deciding hearings Planning Overhaul Urged l Industrial Park


.y JIANNITTI THORN

1\'. difficult to fend any Seadad Is studying several alternate Industries

on. acting ".pon.ibl,. .i that would still permit construction of IU
Nine-Member
Why I I. a punier.! proposed deep sea channel and Industrial port.

If* been known all along The firm haa all but admitted defeat in Its

that I commissioner or two Board AskedA attempt to build a modern petroleum refinery on
or three I I. opposed to Sea- '
to
dade, and thoM who have South Dade'i submarglnal east coast, according

been forthright lA laying 10 sweeping overhaul of Homestead's planning James Bush, personal representative for Seadade

have at least earned our re- program Including a switch from 1U zoning boardto owner Daniel K, Ludwig,

spent" If not admiration. a nlne-member panning commission
was recom-
Lose of the refinery cost Dade
Those who, have laid, "Yei, mended to the City Council this seek In an eight may County
1 a >|)300 million industrial park and $100 million
but to on. croup and, page communication for City Manager Olaf Pear
-No but to others ion e I deep water port comparable to that of Houston,

>have fogged the issues and has L Tex., unless satisfactory, financially-feasible at,*
Avowing that ha matched planning In .
their character, _.._ .._ ,
pore Homestead deteriorate "to'\he point that now rcI j I ternate can be found. .-T. .i..e --

Why another hearing liDecenary (it) is virtually not in existence," Pearson.called I Bush told this newipapeyeiterday math wafer de-iillnliitl/
I I. beyond we. Maybe plant which would produce
for a complete re-evaluation of the city's position' I that Setdide li itudyIni .
ICs just that eommlitlonr 20 t* 10 million gilloni ef
followed by "noftltlve action"Now that It could
the ponlblllly
easier fresh .
feel that would be water e diy
reviewingthe li the time; his message tUll commence IU South Did
than
and quicker taken at the aid, line the council li con One council member ip- development with a water dotlloliaUon Bush Hid the plant could fill
other testimony Iderlnf a proposal to use icr pointed by the council ai an \ plant, a sugar refinery what will loon be an urgent
IS vices of Metro's planners Ins .x- Wrlo member of the commission a fertilizer factory or need In supplying water to the
Why the Internal Improvement 2'i-year program that would without a vote but a ship repair yard Florida Key end Key WIlL
Board hn bucked the cost tome $' .600. with equal right of diiruttlon
"W hive te hive *me- "Right now the alone
li I Keys
Issue back to the county Pearson sold his statement
another punier. Only one limit toning' ttfuitmnti| In The chief building Inspector thin, ., ..."Ivalnt sine to a are consuming about eight mil.
utility department refinery tern ficlllty that lion gallons of water a day.
a rep
member of It hu any op. the put few years hive den .
In the upcoming tleetlont. the toll retentive and the city Ann. weuld warrant sun expendtur Experts lay that s few years,
petition little t* premet
grr to attend all planning commission of same nS million to the Navy In Key Wilt alone
function .f the city
planning meetings with' the rich fill the land and another 'JOmllllen will require that much," he

Facial "Ire member not an., the Indictment planning If and the I of discussion, but with no vote Suth tild.Scadado't*, dig a channel'," pointed out.

Seadid Induttrlei has toning btrd." Commission agendas distributed El A smaller deiillnlntUnplant .
pent more than a' million They have done well without( I to all members of the already hu spent being' built In Key West
and a half dollar*--not Including the technical planning idvlrt eommliilon and the city council almost $1W million for turveyi by a Now York firm under
land acquisitions and direction ao sorely needed at lent four days before engineering studies and contract t* the U. I. Depict.
In the belief that It could I" every growing community, etch meeting. preparation for the IS county mint *f Interior would' supply -
pursue IU plans.Aerojet h.1 added Minutes of the meeting and state. hearings in which I Ihu It only e small portion ef
What li required"I.I a ,three- delivered to members of the tried! to get the go.ahead fora the projected| need, Buihitld.
-General Corp.million li pronged function with ,,'.11. commission, the city council THIS TRUCK LOAD ef corn' turned ever on Palm' Drive In Florldo City about |45 million refinery rut of .

investing mott more of than It $15 already trained and experienced technlcil and all department beads five the same rime o car went into e nearby eonol' o short distance down the rood lomeitetd Air Force Bate. Such a plant ai Seadad I.I U

.pent--In a plant in South iiilitanU, capable with andconiclentloui I days before the next succeeding fast WeJntidoy. There were no Injuries' lust a 'lot of scetttrcd corn, end light This. li In addition to IU lan d I considering could solve the
Dad with some sort of vn- membership on leadership the commission a city council meeting. demoge to the truck. The driver wet uncommunicative about It all nveitmenL water shortage predicted for
e Preparation by the plin South Dad within the next
demanding that adequate that U cognizant of the element Two blow t* the Intern
and In all likelihood Ding commission of a ilxyeir decade, and might supply Itndla *-
waterways, of city planning ind IU He's Not Now In Department llenil firm' plane were dealt
a deep lea port, would< relationship to government, and capital Improvement programat mil week." ai well, he added.
lent SO days before adoption
be available.A acceptance of city planning ass of the annual city budget with On Wednesday the slat AnetSer potilblllty, liugir a

*Me font proper governmental func- the program extended at least I Council May Designate tossed the IMU back to the refinery, "fr which w*
Ion at the legltlaUve level, he one year annually county might even begin te raise
It'. true that work It about wrote. I Commit- lush tild.
a Executive lenloni of the Thurtday, the Metro ear wn tine
to begin on the Flood Con '..r..n'. mess' .. calls planning commission and the .lon, In in Inform session, (The Ludwig Interests already .
trol District canal that Aero forte city council at 'lent once every Chief Of Police Monday decided to hold itlll mother Include on* of the large
jet will UH n part of a Entering thl proposed
four months to dltcuti current : public hearng this one to eat citrus grovel In Panama
navigable witerway. planning contract with Metro ind projected problem of. city withdraw special toning that and agricultural nterprltea oa

If alto true that procrastmatlon iltnneri. rogrammlng Homestead likely, will hive com from within the ranks support the county planning permitted a refinery on the his half.million-acrt ranch In
and bickering 10 endangered OrginltitJon of a nine. Pearson laid he reillin' I a new,police chief by the end .f the local police "" .r'. department Industrially toned Setdide Veneiuela. These are part of
this project thatIt member planning commission hit retommenditloni are of the City Council meeting mint, and Indicated that, the hold nil. the divertlfled Ludwig businesses -
took an act of Congress to appointed by the council to considerably it variance with Monday night: .uiillon. .. Homestead nil-' .r1. Discussion and possible: Metre Commlitloner Arthur which Include the miningof
insure that work would beginat I take the place of the present the present concept ef planning I dance, a* required by' the action on two upcoming Metro Pittn told, this newspaper coil, Iron ore, lilt and pot-
this time, .11.r lembff planning and on- In Hemeiteid, But, he City Manager Olaf Pearson charter, already has been ordinances that would regulate Friday that he will Introducereioluflon uh, and the oil Intereite-all
log board. (This commli lon. Hid, the departure must benude said he will recommend a well- agreed upon.Alio the water sewer fees charged a it the regular, of which help supply cargoes
POttibilitiL.t 'would serve' without piy) qualified mm with 28 years experience by the city, and would require Metro Cemmliilen meeting for his fleet of ihlpa, presently
Pearson said he it certain If any really effectivewerk and a fine record on the Monday night alt fire and police personnel Tuesday t* lit the bearing.Fitten the world'l largest except for
The county commission can I the community contains nine ,It t* be accampllihed.Anticipating .. "Tbe council his Interview agenda ire: to take county training at city said ho Intends I. the U. 8. Navy).
vote, after It* hearing, It officially I people hoe civic Interest that torn m.m.bel'l .d the mm, and I think they .J A alx-month budget report expense before they are placedon ".lImln,'* the refinery only' A third pMtlblllry blnfcnildrd
of the board
doein't want Seadtd would cause them to disregard present toning will appoint him unanimously that shows the city's fit- active duty, _t necenirlly the Indui- by Sadd I I. the
Th. county can fan a law'suit dollar pay ai a major factor In tgree service may be to hurt the community and feel their hit I ," he tild.Peanon i ell petition li sound and expendllurei -' Award' of bids for paving trial lining." treitlon ef a ,.rtlll.., fictery .
of several million log to terve on the commitIon. not been appreciated T declined to release ind receipts ire" a new entrance from U 8. lie would Ilk to keep the which world utllli Mm* frem
*. 'thli most certainly It not carton the the name ot the mm he it I about li antlclptaed.Diicuiilon I 1 Into Municipal Part, pur- way clear for establishment ol the calclum' -rich loum Fler-
A.roJet can be seriously Hiring of a secretary on a cue nor Intent." recommending "became I boo of the clty'i chase of electrical supplies, repair other heavy Industry around Ida lubwll.
hampered permitting bull, with the "Tbeie recommenditloni lev* the council wind to discuss proposed use of Metro plinneri of the city water tower which the propoied port and "And we're else thinking'
secretary to tern ai an en- to arenot the job with him publicly which the council hit and construction of reitroomi sea channel could be Integrated about a shipyard with" modem
Induitrltl growth In South plo,. ind not ai a memberof presented cause" probemt to get It ill on record ofIclally. liked that it get without at Robey George Park Fatten said repair fitllltlei," Built added.
Dad can be virtually stalled the commission of this nature, his metlage ." charge, line county taxes paid Report from the city attorney I Other commissioners, queried Ludwig builds and designs
for many year. continued H* said the mm does not by IU residents already help on Homeiteid'i water informally, time out with six ill own supertankers and oil
Other Industries thinking of "If, however, noses are rate ordlntnce and possible amendment
K. Of C. Plans definitely against the refinery carriers In lapin.Bu.h .
auied, be It.
relocating will pan vi by 10 to this! ordinance to
.r one unsure and one no said that a waihlng-
with the comment "Thou "Th w.lf.ei .f thli communlty nuke it mandatory that ail
of the
out
Meeting comment refinery plane
burnt No thanks!" Open huld b* placed multiple living uniti hive Individual would
felled
lush, by recurrence automatically "va.tI
a
A few of ui will hang our ibev periMil ffrenti, whether To Get I water neteri. reduce
Tuesday Night Pupils .f a wartime kick Injury last the rapid growth potential"of
head In shame. real l en Imagined, and In wk, discussed' these divel.pmntt the planned Industrial park.
this Initenc would' hive
Homestead Knights of Columbus they
Old Dixie Has with this newspaperSaturday Most of the
Anotktf employment and
poinbiliti/i hold te be classed *i 'Imtglned.' "
Council will an open
frem his bed. business
The county commission can meeting for men of ill falthi In conclusion, b* suggested. Time Off A Fresh FaceOld "It'i possible that w* maybe poled channel generated and by port the would pro
hit the council ind the
take the attitude that since at I pm. Tuesday at Fatrlna pres.ant able to build the port and spring from related Industries

Seadad has shown good Hall. It will be the first open dlicun toning his board recommendations meet joIntlyto Thursday and Friday will .. vacation days far Dixie Highway got a new the channel by tiling sums attracted here u supply firma
faith It la obligated to do meeting held by the local council and the elementary grade children In Dade'i pvklk, tchoeli.Studenti .. fact from Waldln Drive to other form of facility for In.ome or to ute byproducts in their
likewise. and all men of the community proposed city'countyplanning ho ...leI."Wa the
own
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Eighth Street In Homestead on -spot mannfaeturiDf.or .
are invited. contract In 'Junior. end .nl., high achfett/ will\ last week. s have now under study to we the port facilities.
Mtgr. David E. Buihey, pai The menage was presented hive FrUey off. work several alternates the oil Some
WIATHI. The wn the second I to itlll would be attractd
tor of Sacred Heart Pariah, will without comment to council .nf.tlleher'' cnfernct are 'acheduled'ln *lementary -
all danced to the
H L Rilnfall half of a returficlng project (finery- of them alternate Induitrleteadad
Thursday e .. 79 W .78 peak on "Men of God.\ member it the Mondiy night I tcheelt Thursday, and 'rMay I I. the det. .. The highway hid been repaved .II heavy Induitry. hue In mind, but net
Friday ... 77 72 .09 Grand Knight William Hack meeting. It wn distributed Hie Florida duchies Atioclitlen meeting, I at Miami from Waldln north to the Intersection Among the tltrntei re. one industry could attract
and lecturer H. S. Pablo will, only to the council and wn '' ao
Salvdty .. M 70 tiach. ,with U. 8. 1 la Mlrinji <*lvlng Sudidl'l melt Ml> many others ai does the ell
be In charge of the meelin,. Dot discussed publicly. lut month. lout c.n.ld.r'llo" (It a mam* relining' business, he added.U .


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While Search Went On He Was Doing .What lie Was Supposed To 1'1 I OBITU RIES.J I




Pilot Wasn't Lost At All I John II. Gorton lit Congregational Rev. Glover mlnliler C. Reed, the of

John Henry 'Gort n, (8, of Ohio.
6118 sW lltth Ct., who dM She li survived by (two diugh-
Wednesday. w.aa burled Friday ten, Mri Rosalie Welter and
I in Miami Memorial Cemetery. afar, Nlnf Fisher two cons
,
Pilot Jim McKesson, object of a two. Keiion left the Homestead airport around at Homestead Air Force Base combed the ice said h* had no Idea why the Informa William L and Oelmyri all
diy, IS.plane search by the Court Guard, t a m. Wednesday, filing i flight plan to southern "'Iel'.U diy Thurtdiy. The tlon did not reach the Miami FAA office authority Hi was a firemen Dad,County eo miD port| of Miami) 11 grandchildren: t'f

Navy and Air Fore this week, it safe Santiago, Chile, with an estimated arrival lurch begin again at dawn Friday and McKeuon Mat on a contract flight to her 80 from Syl- great grandchildren and one
years ago dd.
and sound In Homeiteid. time of about 4:30: p.m. was extended to the Florida mainland. deliver the plane to lla new owner, I firm vinil, Ga.Surviving. 'tII./'t' t-,r.n eghter.
McKesson, reported mining early When the Federal Aviation Alrnf,', Aircraft from Guantanamo Naval Bate In Bogota He returned to Miami International Burial was In Miami Park
Thursday on a .fllfht from homestead flight service office In Miami failed to and St. Petersburg joined those of local' Airport by commercial airline are two iliterf, Cemetery,
General Aviation Airport the Dominican receive cotiflcitlon of his arrival, MeKeison I unit In the leirch. Friday afternoon and was In Homestead Frescos M. Norris and Mrs.Ruth .

Republic, hid no Idea anyone wit lookingfor wit reported missing, and the McKesson, making a routine call from by nightfall. Curry and one brother,

him, h* reported from Bogota, Colombia Coast Guard wn alerted. Bogota Friday afternoon, told Hometteid, A part.Urn resident of Terrine, Me- Charles A h e r J.i Plummer all of Miami Funeral Rare Mishap\

by telephone Friday. Planes from Coast Guard, local Navy Aviation officials h* had closed hit night Kenon hn a wife and two children Ifl Horn was In chare of in ing*
Flying i Iste-model Piper Pawnee, Me- unlta and the :JOlit Air Rescue Squadron plan routinely after a trouble.free flight. Louisiana, mentor!
Takes
I Life
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Jennifer Oraham

So Many They Can't Remember |By Chamber Board Jennifer Anne Graham, who'Of Woman

FascellTo died Wednesday In a local I >IMplUt '

Several Unsolved Thefts Road RequestIs Our Lady wi* of burled Merry Saturday Cemetery In, A of blttirc a Cutler accident Ridge took housewife thlife

Race I She was the Infant daughter: Thursday afternoon

lot Mr. and Mrt. Carl Howardof Mrs Harry Coe, 39, 1241
Solved With Arrest Of 5 3311 SW 107th Av. 'Coral Lake Drive, apparenU)

On Bike Spelled Out She li survived by her parents fell while earning I plate with
a sandwich on It, cut her neckon
Homestead police say they The *(fnses In H.mut .d Mr, and Mrs, Carl Howard a plect of the put that

r cricked 90 per cent of the ell,'. with which Wllllimi, StrldlrM Rep. Dint Fucell and Director of the HomcstcidRedlindi Their resolution will beheld Mr. and) maternal)f.... N.grandparent I, Fraser;, broke from the fall and MI
end Vltkcrl chirgtd Intludei either knocked out
are five other member of the or 10 stun.
District Chimber of
major unsolved breaking and I In abeyance until the paternal grandparent, Mr. and
ned that she was unable
I entering cases since the tint Breaking and entering a House of Representatives In t bicycle race willcompete Commerce their Thursday ipelledout South Did Ctuncll can cn- Mr. G. P. Graham, and one summon help. She bled to to
urgent request for a
of the year, with the arrest of building owned by Algcr Farm around the Eliptt In Wish- nil'aide highway along the Seaboard elder adoption. *f tlmlUrrisilotlon kilter, Gloria. death
C D. Pdn Bird Ro.d Funeral
five men last week. and liking $387 worth of tooli Ington tod.,. The distance Airline Railroad all thewiy C. Mrt. Coe WH found by her
Aim of the two groups U Upresent In ofarrangmnti.
Horn chart
was
Breaking lnp| Homestead around It It 14 block i. I to Krome Avenue at Silver husband, an airline pilot, whenhe

The men also hive been implicated Communications t 11.,1.10 I i i n a united front as td : arrived horn about 2:30
Purpose of the race will be 1 Palm Drive. vised :
I by County Manager Irving
in at lent IS burglir ihop; and Into the city light to demonstrate the phyilnlfitnen .1 Short p.m. lie rushed her to Doctor
McNiyr, who hat laid that Philip R.
lei in the county, according to plant where I1U worth of copper of Congressmen and included in the request wn the will Hospital, where the w u pronounced
take
county DO actionon
1a I
the aherlff'i depirtmeat wire was taken to raise I funds for the U. 8. I feeder line from the trackt South Dade highways "un Philip R. Short; 73, of M25 dead on arrival
I Strldlron It charged with Olympic team. I south on 117th Avenue to U. S. less down SW 105th Ter., who died Thun- Physical' evidence indicatedthat
Four Hemeimd men end' breaking Into the FEC Fertilizer Other representatives In 1 and Allipittah Drive, you people there cm diy, wit burled Saturday In Mri. Coe had been watchIng .
WcoineWagn( a Florida City mm ctnUittd', Co., and Maine with break. the rice will be Democrats I Their resolution li a c."" get and together want" on whit you need Flagler Memorial Park. Dr. television and had gone to
Homestead police said. r* Ing Into Armour Agricultural Ken Gray of Illlnoli and premise "brwn the all.KM- South Dado R. Wiley Scott of the Miami ,the kitchen to fix I sandwich
Council President
brtiklni In Mviril cmmir Chemical Co on SW First Richard chord of Missouriand Hem.ste.d rid the
weye.- Beach Church officiated
Community Returning to the living room
Honors Special tint establishments and r..I.l Street and doing $200 worth of Republicans Silvio Costs chamber rlglntlly" stumped conferred Robert Sbaughnesiy, who the fell and received a large
with the Homestead ,
dincii 'In the city-".* many of damage to a life there. of Maisachuietti, Donald I I for, and I cutoff it II7lh chamber >director Thursday Mr Short came to Miami 40 gash In the left tide of her
remember Mom All five of the men, police Rumsfeld of Illlnoli and Robert -
tostons thy cMildn'l Ave urged l by the South years ago from Toledo Ohio, neck.
( urged that the two
family Stafford of Vermont groups coordinate -
said, admitted to ,
numerous .
alt Did C oncll .f the Mliml- and was former chief of police The accident apparently hip.
Their will be followedby their actioni *o wt
race
breaks Into houses In Home '
I I Dad Chamber of Cmmrc. Miami Beach. He was a paned the hour
on during noon
The five men Include: stead, where small Items a rid by Waihington tecretirlet can all work together for the
Your Welcome Wagon hostess atolen.Dct. many attired In red, white Originally, representatives of bent traffic relief lye can get." member and put muter of The TV let was still running
Ernest Williams, SW Fourth were the to South Dad groups bid Ocean Big Masonic Lodge and when Cob arrived home
will rail with a basket of gift Sgt. Steve Roberts and and blue uniforms and sprint I' Shavehnesay iustd that
Avenue; Gilbert Strldlron, SW races sponsored by the Fed- Jutted a resolution calling for spokesmen fee the ewe chi m. I was a .charter member and Funeral services were held
B.
Del. C. Patterson
from conducted
and friendly greetings Fifth Street and Third Avenue; crated Washington Area BIcycle I a Ivtophite road construction bees tit down with Mtr Mh- put exalted ruler of the Ml' yesterday at the Van Oridr)
religious, civlo and tuilneii 'Alfred Vlcken. SW Third Ave. the Investigation for Homer I Club. piogram Asked for "Immedl- I amt Beach EI.... chapel In Cool Gablei.Mri. .
leaders of our community when nue; Cirmon Harbin, SW Sixth iteid police and Del James e e I ate conilruction" wit the portion way cm I.n"r.work out"ind with M*thm.whirw Surviving, are hli wife, Coe It survived by her
your family moves to t nw 'Avenue, and Segundo Maine, Bergen also for Metro. Florida City Fiscell will be cited at t of the proposed road from The Homestead group earlierIn Gladys| two daughters) Mra. husband, two children, Harry
home, NW Seventh Avenue, Florida police helped. special breakfast in the capita Palmetto Expresswiy south their meeting hid oa Harold A. Schulir Jr. and E. Jr. and Earlyne, and her
City ) May 1 for hit efforts In I along the railroad tracks to record opposed gone topronosed Mn. T. 1.. Hughu, both of parent, Mr. and Mri. Earl
ai strongly
OLD HOME
promoting bicycle rldln,. 117th Avenue, down 117th Avenue toll road Miami) one ion, Richard P. of Newiome of Mulllni, W Vi.
HOMESTEAD The first three were pickedup Casa Blanca, or Whit House, Also attending the breakfast to U S. 1. ,'->t'th Dade with the linking Miami; two sisters, Mn. VM' Burial was In Woodlawn
Rut Sherman by iheriff'i' deputies Sunday in San Juan, Puerto Rico, will be George Hchter. T h metropoll- Smith of Freemont, Ohio, and Cemetery.Kiwanis,
trlglnil eseelutienasked .
CI 7.360S following a burglary at tort! I. the oldest continuously Inhibited president of the Dr. Paul for cam"ltm.nt far (flan area.Auto Mr*. Richard Paterson of Alex
labor camp at Everglades National European home in the Dudley White Bicycle Clubof blnnln a.f cMitrwctlcn' I indrli, Pi, and 12 grindchll!.
Park. When questioned western hemliphere. In Homeiteid. dren,
PERRINI Begun Club'IUJCI'S'
I about other burglaries In South 1521, It baa survived five military Main p urr.letr the breakfast the 117th rail'aido hlfhwiy frm Goes i Philbricks-Coral Gables Funeral -
Annul
1415,60)4 Dade the trio Im will honor Dr. couch t* Krm
reportedly iclgei, well ai earth Chapel woo In charge of
plicated Hirbln and Maine, quakes and 'u n White Annul within three months I arrangements
after the first segment I.I It Set
Into CanalA :

I South Dade Area ]I mpltd.Because of. t report by Chamber Mary 0. Waters Xlwinli Kipen loaded with

Directory Manager Jamea Maxwell man and woman escaped Funeral services were held variety acts by talented local
that the Slate Road Department almost unharmed Wednesday I yesterday at the Van Oridel 1 people, will be staged at I p.m.
= e c ""', ,,' hat po funds for such construction when their car plunged into Coral Gables Chapel for Mr*. Saturday In the Elks Auditorium
Barber : Jn Itt current budget, the Florida City Canal at Farm Mary G. Water, 93. She died at Old Dixie Highway and
Shops _Lamps 2000 SHADES Homestead chamber directors Life Road and Palm Drive, two I Wednesday at the horn of her NW nth Street.
DRIVE-IN SOUTH MIAMI LIGHTORAMA decided that asking for "halfa mllci east of U S. 1. daughter, Mri. Rosalie Welter The I().ut program will have
loir would joopirdlt their Driver Willie Lee Green of : 3301 SW 76th Ct Wally Kelriteid at muter of
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Soars" South Federal Hwy So. of Cutler Rids, Rt 1 1- For Lamps & Shades bilf" later. Florida City was unhurt police Featured In this first Kl
SPECIAL CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS They voted unanimously to said and hit companion, Lassie CLOCK COLLECTION saris slice effort will be the
HOURS-8:30 A.M. to 7 P.M. Open Frl. Evil. Repairs .. Accessories' seek the complete road. Lee Poiey, suffered only a singing duo of Joe and In
Barbers Haircut 11.00 Bring Your Lamp For Flrtlnq' slight cut on her lip. Finest collection of American Pont, Tom Myeri, Bernie
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Area Fruit Growers Say They Want Reasonable i :'






Controls, But Not Under Present Arrangement



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ly VIRGINIA' AMINDT Secretary Orvllle Freeman appealing -tho marketing orders and their this wit the but way" Re said I I ion the administrative commit- For this reaion, he marketing' agreements, nKindill without them These regulaUoni -

that the programs be administration the majority group on the tees Include lubttintiil people maturity and grade Indiuled'i tin them ,U that I were, asked years ago to
A grower mijority on the lived. They asked Freeman to L. E. Derryberry, association committees represents 70 percent -"levenl of them million- may have" outlived ..,.,',. limited h whit they live the Industry when' the
Llmt and Avocado Admlnlitra- tend a representative down I to president, said he was unaware of the grower. sires," be added."MirktHng ness, Can da. I| market was being killed with
Committee U standing' firm
help reconcile the sharp differ that the committee were goIng Major complaint against the ctndltltni ef I 'Immature fruit, poor fruit, and
The ntnti dripping
on 'its action In refuting to Implement which have torn the tnduitry ire e0 (A tide effect of dropping "
the federal marketing encei added to lake the action they did. order M it operate it present different today. fie,M he cntlnued. > centred tell e different story, regulations, he added wouldbe untimely shipping
and
order covering the two frulti. "We asunder are extremely, approhenilve : He added, "I speak for the i appear to be two "None of ui like controls" to undermine the Induel..,'. At fir ei the ctntremtlil

The majority threw the glint n to the demoraliiln majority of tome ISO growers e A Sill a week flit fee for "Elghty-flv per cent of the Mid Harold Randall, a major long fight igiliut a California til Inspection fit .It CKV

South Florid industry Into tn effect that removal of the rag of both frulU, and it appears fruit inspection, la addition to lime and avocado output goes grower shipper "but we need law which bans Florida avo- corned, lilt ,..,'. timmlt.
uproar Tuesday bjr voting In ulatloni would hive, and the they are. not iitisfied with thi the few-cent.e-a-bushel assets to chain stores, who usually a minimum. We need tome- cabs from that Mite by requiring tees asked for lit approval
effect to dump ill controls un consequent Injury to our Indvldual results of the current" mirket- menL Small growers contend buy at the local level because thing uniform, and tomeone to that they contain I percent but the Inspection service hit
der which the committed now burineuei." log agreement, It'. unfair to charge the lime II'. cheaper A producer can't police the rules Otherwise the oil. Florida varieties are felled. tt withdraw the tp '
operate, On successive bitlttlnii, Hit fee to both small and Urge afford to pick Immature' fruit packlnghouiei will have to wt low in oil content Florlda'i clil fee.Although.

''We'... net 'lrri,.ntibl* Tueidiy'i. ictlMi at the the five man grower mirltyen | ihlppen.o because be must deal with the their own rules, at we' used battle, against the law hn been
people we're ,taking frrewltt first muting of the Mw ed. etch committee voted ,Alleged continuing control time men over and over And to." bated on maturity regulations the two marketing.
," said Edward .. mlnlitritlve, cemmitt..a fir "ne" Tuesday on approving of the committees tn the put the chains want the beit" The only trouble with the Itt up by the marketing order. orders provided for i referendum
Mitchell, vice chairman .f 1K4U, came a* a lurprli committee rulei and mitur by big ihlppcra, who have op- 1 I when It appears. i majority
Ity, grade end container ,.,- crated them to suit their, own Robert Ballard, a ..mlllIIro"'er of producer and handlers are
th ivecid ,,,''tt.. end '
"" Dissension has existed for
Soon After Last One In favor' of keeping longer In favor of continuing
for the uliHeni which ore the heart Interest, the dliildwti M,., con. no
"W ipcktimin. went rtiunibl" group. some time, however, and the ,f the marketing trdtr, They The growers. who elected the troli, said, "I believe the bulk them, the orden also aiy
tn> new committee majorities I of Individuals, both In numbers hit the agriculture lecretirymay
IM) refused te 'instruct tub- new committee m.mbeu"r.a't
Orals, but net under the pros.ant which won election In February and volume of fruit, want regulitloni. at lime terminate the
.HMelDblle committees' to prepare new lee the coil" (nearly 170,000 any
.tv, did M with the backing of .... lut year, excluding the special Youths Confess The small growers pros'Llons by giving a diy'a
U other the Association of Avocado and
iome would be the
first to broke notice
In each case the four-min $10 Inspection fee) of Implementing go
graven and shippers Including Lime Growers, which hid I _;;
handler minority voted ")'f'I." the marketing orders,
major operators die- waged a months long bittligainit
i Walter Wlpprecht Jr.. elected Mitchell uld Four RobberiesFour THE F..ULOUSXEROX914
pitched a letter to Agriculture certain provisions of i chairman of both committees, He denied that backers of I I

did not appoint any tubcom- the committee majorities are

milieu ill minor growers, ai has been youthi Thursday night money, Identified it that
Vernon Gimson 'We were asked to give some contended There are some big i learned the danger. of Mopping stolen'

relief to the growers," said grower-ihlpperi Involved too, at a service station for git- .'. pistol wit hidden behind OFFICE COPIER
Mitchell Thursday "Wo talkedit said Mitchell ollne after a robbery the drlver'i seat and masks NOW AT YOUR SERVICEIN
over thoroughly, .and decided The new grower majorities I The four, Metro police lay, were also found In the car
Gives Up PostVernon held up the U-Totem Store al Two of the boys were' 18 HOMESTEAD

180th Street on Franjo Road yean old to their names wen,
about t'45: p.m. not released hRM..NENTCO'IES OF YOUR VALUABLE

Glmion, manner cf the Lime and Avocado Ad. Art Ztlgtr, store manager, The other: two were Identt. '..'ERS. PRINTED ON BOND PAPER
mlnlitraUve Committees for the put three )'ears, hid a told mitre officers that three fled as Johnny 0 llirrli, 18, (NOT A PHOTOSTAT)
surprise for the new committees too when they met for their young Ntgroti entirtd the who give hit address n SW NO WAITING
orginlutlon session Tuesday, c store and that en,* .f them 'Seventh Terrace, Florida City, .
tt hid e smell cillbr gun, and Ernest llirrli, 18, SW COPIES MADE IN LESS THAN ONE MINUTE!
lie announced hit resignation, effective no liter thin They took (23462 from the Seventh Avenue, llomeitead, '
June JO. cash drawer end fled after During *.utitlnlng the You've Seen If On TV

Ills decision to resign, Glmion said, had nothing to do kicking Zelgcr and striking boys admitted to three Firm NOW SEE IT ATLITIIcnAF'f
him In the face \.hlle one held Stern robberies end Impll-
with dissension la the Industry which climaxed Tuesday with
refusal of the new committee majorities to adopt rules and ; the gun on him cared e J. L. Darby who It ( PRINTERS
control for the Zelger told the officer that serving time In the county,
coming year.He
78 N.W. FIRST STREET HOMESTEAD FLA.
the three wore mask over the (Ill, Two addltlinil charges ,
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U retiring, and with hits Clmion will move hick .:' lower part of their facei. ef armed robbery wire filed E . . . U . j
to their home city of St. Petersburg Shortly aftir the hold-up, against Darby,
a.. I ,. ;\'., \ Igt. Wllllim Btp end pitr*!. Two Farm Slo....' were hit U BRING THIS COUPON ON OR. BEFORE .
r ::. min Mirvln Plttmin .t the the night of Dee 23, 1.63. One U APRIL 23,1964 FOR ONE .
Several Heard 'VhistleTraillCar ? selective enforcement detail. U located, at Allipattah Dr and 1 FREE DEMONSTRATION
XEROX
wire checking the area when Old Cutler Road, the other it YU :

they MW e cir with four 120th Street and U. 8, 1. (NO PHOTOGRAPHS PLEASE)
young' N.r... fitting iirv. U Hank Seltky and detectlvci UU

Wreck I M Ice et a filling station 'In Dan Horgin and Ray Prlt- NAME . . . 1R
r > Ceuldi. I chest conducted the Investlgitlon. .

,\ "I" Bopp approached the cir ADDRESS . . . .
ContinuedThe 1 ,, J ; from the drlver'i aide and The two juveniles were turned U LITHO-CRAFT PRINTERS UU
Hearing Plttman went around to the
\ over to juvenile authorities
r _<' I right aide of the car and pl.cec1ln Youth (Hill. The U 78 N.W. FIRST ST., HOMESTEAD, FLA.U Up
; Limit
A bulge In the pocket of one other two were placed In the 1 Coupon per ptnon-Cloud en Saturday
hearing to determine t U,dow lie said he Immediately of the boys turned out to be county jail . . U U . . .
there wn culpable negllgenci reached for the emergency
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in the deaths of three person I brake
et the Colonial Drive crossing r.1
of the Florida East Coast Railroad Norman, Slp. brakeman *n
I the train, said h* writ riding
the night of April wi
continued by Justice of the the lift ild. if the engine rr .
Peace Sylvester P. Adilr Thur. and saw the car lust before PUT YOU STAMP OPAPPROVAL
diy afternoon the impact hip uld h*
didn't cry Out, but grabbed
Adilr said the continuation the merftncy valve which
wn grind te allow etterntn Itch ill brakes en the train
ON '.
brief end "
to
prepare .
t* give witnesses wh mined "We were about 100 or 150 '. '
feet from the point of Impact .. "
the Thursday hearing e Mr; ? .
chance t* testify when I uw the car approaching T F
," Selp acid
After all the remaining evidence
will I He said the train wn travel-
U presented, Adair
rule the accident tog about 35 to 40 miles per V4t' "Jai
on
A parade of witnesses told hour, In his judgment

of hearing a crith and heirlnga Jones asked U h* could citl- ,.i.
train whittle blowing. mite the speed of the cir andSeip ,
said It looked If 1
Meet of those wht reported ai was
raveling at about the
crash tame
the sound ef a ippir-
ently heard. another Occident peed ai the tralp.
which happened about five The bulk of the testimony

minute alter the triliMir! given teemed to substantiate .ww
crash and about. quarter the engineers statement that wTHIS !
he wn' sounding the whistle I
mile farther down U. (. 1.
.i prescribed by the railroad

Two )oung men were In a and the interstate Commerce
cir that overturned near the Com minion.
gu bulk plant just north of The approved speed limit
Richmond Dri\e. They abandoned far F the CeUnlat, Drive cr.u-
the car and fled. In, wn shown t* lit 41 rtilluMr I
hur.Wri. FUTURISTIC-LOOKING device'ii one of many

The roost positive testimony Sharon Mickel, SW 97lb which drew ropt ,Inftrtit of itudentg Notlonol I
wn given by the engineer of Court, told of hearing the Aeronautical' Specs Adminlitrotlon ipocemoblla
the train that truck the car whistle blowing shortly before toured several South Dade schools lent weik. NASA

Joseph HutIn the sound of the enih. lecturer end educotlonol coniulfont Tim O'Connell
The engineer' I
uld he knew he blew Mrs Anna K. Blades, SW ihowi device to Ricky Moor., ninth grade student
the whittle end ring the .bell, i Sth: Avenue, heard the train'a et Redland Junior High School, et special assembly ee
whistle at it pauei her house
whir. wet demonitroted.
because he always diet enen-in-.pots program
I II. Mn. Blades lives on the next (Staff photo)
Hutlii told the court there street west of the railroad She _
U a signal Just south of Rich aid the knows the heard the
mond Drive which wane the whittle because the was afraid
engineer of t train to start it would awaken her children, I GOOD MORNING.
ilgnalling for the Colonial II Warren Kippler, night .

Drive croielng. He said the watchman fer the developers I am a 'candidate
signal U two long blasts' one .f palmetto Estates, wn lit-
short and one long blast on tin> In a pickup truck about. for the offic of

the 'Yo histlo SO fttt from the point .f InV I JUSTICE
Assistant State Attorney Roy pact. His truck was perked. In OF THE
Lee Jones asked Hutlii if h* the perking I lot behind thePalmetto PEACEYOUR
taw the car and got a negative rfiiilnil Build I I I
reply. in,. VOTE FOR
the Keppler said he MW
The engineer rides on
right side of the cab Hutlaa train coming and beard tb'l Carl Weber Jr.
explained, and the first he whistle blowing for the
MAY 5th
knew of the car'a presence was mond crossing and then
when he heard the Impact and nulng to blow for the Colonial Will Be Appreciated
of nil ... Drive crossing
the glaze flew out Eighteen persona In all testified I CARL WEan JR. Pd. PoU Ad', ..

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Catholic School


To Register :


Pupils This Week : GERALD &HALKER, D. D. S. HAYDON BURNSFOR

Our Lady of Thi Holy Rosary -I
School on Fran
Catholic
TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT
will hold
Jo Road, Perrlne, '
registration for' new students

from kindergarten to the eighth THOMAS B, CORNELL, D.D.S.
;ride, this week from *:30
.m. till 1:80: p.m. in the school
office. WILL HEREAFTER BE ASSOCIATED WITH HIM

Children when list namei

range from "A" to "E" will IN THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
"F" to,
be registered Tuesday
"L" on Wednwdayt "M" to I GOVERNOR
"R" on Thursday and "S" to 381 N. KROME AVE.

"Z" on Friday. ,j
Parents of children who will' HOMESTEAD, FLA.

be beginning the tint grade Pol Adv.r .
should take birth certiflcatei
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the News &uatrQIuittr 'You're On Your Own' Our Washington Column




< Td. t-trrint 1)0$1) Rights Amendment Is Set


r.Lll.h.1 ..wy a..da' .d Tb..d.r byle.w..d -' 1M.
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en. th. MMMUU I. a.Odt.., 111 K.B IM :. M...
.IMi, Dl. OM.", rhrMt. II.... .
Court's
....W..M4 .. tae rw III! For High Wringer:

I...**d H U. tf_wl.U TV* Offtw .. .....* OutnlMI M./l. -
I y MUCI IIOSSAT court must discover that "itite ictlon"

I. alga. h..Nwt u1 ?.bust.: WASHINGTON/ (NEA The U 8. has been used before they cia tuitilo a
MAIVIN L VIN ....Id..a..d C..w.l ....
1141.1' u.u.a UhwII. Supreme Court must soon decide a civil charge that "equal protection" hn been

rights "public accommoditloni" Issue that denied any cltliea.IB .
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w1 CI fda,1 Mul c. 5410. w could prove one of the thorniest con.lllu.tloa.l the pending cafes, DO scats laws,

matters It bn ruled upon In a city ordinances or official expressions d**

.......,"... It ..1 I .. '.. Hill I ....... Ill I decide minding segregation cia be found A new
a Nt N..ah| MftMTi II .*.!. irMklri M ...>...4.. le wetm pr 4
,. Up for decision ar* five situation thus irises

All _............ ...... b* .Mr*.... .. Tk. tint' tw.1...Lae related cues-on* Involve The result li IB attempted major conlUtutlonal .
... III M...>.IM4, flortii. ||.|. ,W+ F RI big a Negro "walk In", at breakthrough Federal attorneys
II. -.I.".... (.... .......* _... ....... ilr a 1i1f a Maryland amusement are arguing for a new and much broader

._ orn.A ... Pw.... 4'.M park, four Involving restaurant definition of "atit action" which might
.,... $1. .. .., .lIn f : i w and lunch counter mike the 14th Amendment applicable even

0 .f alt-Ins by Negroes In Baltimore r...... when no legrrgation laws or ordinances

d Columbia, S. C,
We Recommend Adair (two cases), and Miami.! existThe argument U that state action U

Fla present when a proprietor, In refuting

Be Retained In OfficeVoters Altogether, 42 Negroes Bret BlMUl 1 service automatically to all Negroes, acts
were tried and convicted In conformity with a community wide

a, charged In Florid with misdemeanor but segregation system buttressed by custom
) of District 4 from Perrine to FlorIda
with trespass In the other Instincei. and "put Uw"j I when slate and local
City will be doing themselves a favor if ,
\ The natural questions for the public authorities respond to his call for support
on May 5 they retain Atty Sylvester P. (Sully)
and the
are : by ousting, trying convicting
I Adair at judge of their Justice of the peace the.b
s court. e were these pending cases not 'Ould.be patrons; when these lime an.thorltlei .
embraced by the Supreme Court'i 1963 are found to be regulating mod
In the 12 years Adair hag held that post decision letting aside Negro lit-la convictions other condition In the affected public
he has demonstrated time and again that hitI in several southern itatesT accommoditloni.

temperament, experience ability S How does the high court'i current Contend the government' lawyers:

to be compassionate as well as review of this issue relit to the fight In The state U rewnslble tor the moment.

i stem, desire and willingness to Congress over s public accommodations um its action hn generated A state
help his community and respect section In the big civil rights blltf\ which has drawn a color line may not
for the law suit him for the office To answer the first question, the court suddenly\ inert that It U color blind."

ruled In 1M3 that state governments, or Attomcjri for Columbia, S. C., locale of

Anyone who has ever beenin i their lesser units, had scted through law two of the alt la disputes, argue In response

Adair's court cannot help but or other clear expressions of authority to that no idle action In the established
Ought To Be Separate Independent -T '
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be impressed with the intense Interest ? deprive Negro sit.ins of "equal protectionof sense fail been proved. They belittle the

Adair he takes in every case that : '.'" the 1...." at provided under the Con. notion that anything abort of law or ordinance
goes before him. lie can be as tough as need 1 itltution's 14th Amendment. or official abatement comes within

ed with hardened offenders, yet compassion Government Vs. BusmessMyth + Under the smendment's wording, the the 14th Amendment' meaning.
ate and merciful with those finding themselves .
in trouble with the law for the first time.H t 'h: I

has operated his office and exerted Needs Re-Examined c1/G7K: H'mllll\
other efforts to accommodate those served by

it. Night court sessions are conducted ao that ...
witnesses and parties involved avoid loss of Ir DON OAKLIY both it ,horn1 (unemployment around the country to work
time from work. He has sat on weekends so Speaking of modem myths, )i and llboal'l1 '(the 'win. with both federal and local
that persons accused of pilfering fruit groves ai Sen. J. William Fulbrtght ,'nlnllnd keeping of markets): agencies to create new lobs,
of Arkansas did the other "There.''will be no' ,major' lend money for new businesses
and vegetable fields could ret speedy hear.Inge.
diy la the field of foreign break.through' I of 'buiineugrowth' mist placement ierr- 20 YEARS AGO 52 YEARS AGO
policy, there it one oa the I and earnlnga," lie Icu and exchange Informa
He assisted the state attorney's office in domeatic Slid,' '"until i thesr probkm tion about Job opportunities. (Taken 'rm files *f the Hmatd (Taken hem files ., the Ceuth Fl.rIdi
establishing a branch office in the metro po- front that are aoteed.'iJnles.'therare Business leadership efforts Leader. and Inttrprla, issue .f Fri.
Banner "laiu .f Friday, April It,
lice station in Perrine BO that residents and needs to bereexamined. hUsierted'"wahall* have 'cannot be, independent of day, April Zl, 1141)). ,
i businessmen could file warrants and charges to I be content _with shaving government efforts. For Its III!)

without traveling several miles and, incidentally It concerns ':y a few pennies from coils now part, business must recog Two loldlcn of World War II, both
g o vernment and then, improving existing .nizethit government I* a with Eight month before the aettlimeat
medical elected
at no cost. discharges, were to
and bualneai. product and I jostling each participant In the economy, of Homestead( was Incorporated one facetof
In the he has held the office Adair office In the John G. rod of the
years Salley
often other about 'In not
Far too existing. Just an umpire. "clvllliitlon" wn brought to the wilder
has worked constantly with county officials to the connecting markets." '"Nsrkeu. ," he: said, "are American Legion. near town by the Homeiteid Pharmacy
obtain more police protection for the unincorporated word U The Initiative for -.itablJsh-i too ,challenging'and world James Wollam wa chosen first vice ,
which became agent for the Mliml steam
areas of South Dade. "veriui" I Ing a new pirtnenhlpi withi competition too vigorous to commander and William Webb wn elect
Not."only has he served the cause of I'o vernment government mutt i come from allow U.'8. business and U.' 8. ed lergeint-it-arms, laundry Railroad worker and borne*
builneai Oakley businessmen he said.. But It to' hold etch iteaden could leave their dirty clothri at
Justice, but Adair has been a civic leader and vi. government Other officer elected were Joel J.
booster. He is serving his third term as president or the other v/y around. cannot I'.long, n a major other at arm's,'length:" Robinson, commander; Ben Archer second the drug store, come back a week later
of the Homestead-Redlands District One bualneiamia recently part of their(energies 1 I. dli* Ai for flgurei/la) government -, vice comminder John Birger, third to pick them up clean once more
called for some serious rethinking alpited In'b.ulln'lDd bickering they must reallie'that
Chamber of Commerce. that vice commander Hugh. P, Bemis chip .
about th.1II)1h with government and it ia not always expedient lathe
p4 I We know of no reasons why he should be government and builneai are worrying about defendingthe long run to attack and bin; William J. Geronimo, historian and Strip maps of Florida's road., being

removed fro.ni office, and for reasons listed neceiiarily rivals or ppon* philosophy that profitsare publicly castigate business, trustee, and Dr. George, a. Rueble and mad for publication In the blue bookof
above recommend he be re-elected. into, or that they are and ()fright good for people.. either in particular or gen. Ed Norman, truiteei. the Touring Club of America, were to
ought to be separateand Reduction of .unemploy. eral. contain maps of some of the newly scarified
Independent.In meat It not a government but President Calvin Coolidge
Friends of Judge J. Ollle Edmundi, rock roads that beginning to
And In Constable Race the opinion of Daniel a business problem,- Feterkin\ once said, In one of his longest were
Peterkin Jr., president of malntalni.Believing. sentences, "Th business candidate for U. S. senator, bought a crisscross South Dade n homesteader
Morton Salt Co., builnen that th*'only answer of America li business." half,page In the Leader and Enterprise to Improved their new land holding.

Conway Offers The MostFor must inume leadership in to unemployment U more A motto for our owa time charge Incumbent Sen. Claude Pepper with .
solving aome of) the nation' employment, he suggests a might be, "Th business of deity in the construction of Eglla Field
constable in District 4 we recommend pressing economic problems, .network of buslnes councils business li America." through his successful fight to force the W D. Home who hid his finger' In
nearly every one of South Did* first
its from Pan
Robert (Bob) Conway, a young, energetic, government to buy asphalt commercial venturei, received a check
who American Corp. which wn represented bya
law enforcement officer
qualified prom for $,000 to distribute to growers whose
law firm with which Pepper hid for.
ises to update that office. THE GOLDEN YEARS merly been connected. produce company bid picked for shipment -
In the way of education and experience. north
Conway would take into the office a college .
Practice was begun for the Rexlland .
in business administration
r degree plus law school studies and How Father Pulled High School senior play, "Girl Shy," Scientists' midi headlines with results el
which featured Jim Jackson n the girl
almost continuous law enforce. their first study of the effect of color onemotioni.
j ment work since enlisting in the t7 shy boy of the title; Ken Creer. a lid Too much red In the decor ofa
.0, l. who definitely wain't glrl.ihy; Susan Pope "
I
room "mikea people nervoui, ind too
Air Force In 1952. Four years as
Jickaon'i and Kite Giu
followed Switch On ChildrenI at pet aversion dark a color makes the occupant feel
l
v an air policeman were
with the Homestead tier, who let out to prove that the thy downcast, their news release laid.H. .
I by service I I boy really wasn't after all
criminal In. .
Police Department, I Kathleen
Other In the cut were Wig

% \estigator for the U. S. TreasuryDepartment's Revenue have just come through a diughter.In.liw continued her men saying Papa was In nor, Peggy Jean O'Brien Richard Pro Y. Norman, Homestead man, wentto

Ctnwiy Internal shocking experience with a warn Inri. Papa begin grow lound mental and physical thero, Donald Grate, Rosemary Hennlng Miami to have a dentist begin straight
Service and Dade County probation officer. retired mm and hli money Ing Infirm. condition at the time be signed ton, Vide Vlhlen, Webster Wllllami and enlng his teeth. Local dental care wn

lie has pledged to appoint deputies on the Papa hid drawn a wilt all thy pledge,.the.other a state, Pbirlbi Citoe. Senior sponsor Mra. John confined to the pulling of aching or badly
basis of education and experience and to have "It his been a tragedy, In right He had designated the ment from Papa laying the Whlchard directed. decayed teeth, and the filling of teeth.
them on nlmost constant patrol in marked cars. a way. But It also bas been four children at equal beneficiaries church had given him such
He has promised to have constable facilities very funny. I pus It along to all his worldly comfort and, happiness In Ms
In the PerrIne and Homestead areas. This for what guidance It may be possession. late yeiri' that the til.500wn Where Dr. Mudd Was Imprisoned
and
to other retired men to But In the will he had made
in
we consider vital and unrelated to the talk their children ." small payment return
of location of the justice of the peace court. a strong point of the fact Significantly, at the bottomof
Going to court for a hearing is one thing]= This It a woman speaking that he could not go to meet the pledge, Papa hid stated Southern Limit Of State
getting the help of a constable when neededcan the daughter In. law of the hit Maker if he left any un that If he could not pay
paid debit or obligations be. his life
of life and death. "shocking" retired man. the 112.500 during
be as much as a matter hind lie let the children reid I
time he would want It conald
He has pledged to carry out fully all the "My husband wn one of hit will A few months later, ered a legitimate claim Seldom Seen By Tourists
functions and responsibilities of the office In four children In his family he died agalmthli estate

a professional manner. There are two boys ind two Then came the,shock. Two.d'n later the wife of '
We believe Bob-Conway is sincere in his girls, ill of them marriednow. The pastor of a small religloui the ,neighboring farmer filed By RUSSELL KAY desire for revenge wn M strong at the

desires to fill those pledges and to see that the Their father we all led which hid a churchnot piper r agilnit' the estate The considers Key time that Mudd was charged with aiding

office keeps pace, as he says, "with the popu called him Papa wn left far from the homeplace that were virtually duplicate. West the avenge southern person limits of Florida' but and abetting, and although a citizen of
lation economic and cultural growth of the a widower nine year ago."H made a claim igilnst the estate The claim "ooo Maryland he was tried by a military courtIn
." for 112,100 It wai accompanied ; "The lawyer it lUIl scratchIng the truth U the boundary of the state extends Wuhlngton, D. C. and escaped hangingby
South Dade area. decided to remain by a pledge papa had bit head," says the daughter SI miles further west to Include the one vote but was sentenced to life

alone at the old homeplace, made to the church three .In.law, "and Is afraid the Dry Tortugn a group of coral Islands, Imprisonment and sent to Ft Jefferson.
a large and r.lber'Ilu.ble years before his death. And claims are legitimate. Th given their name by Ponce de Leon.
farm be had Inherited from attached to the pledge were fryer children are In state During the Yellow Fever epidemic,
a
I Grist and Grits j his own father. He did what two notarized itatement of shock .Andmet I'm i Although seldom visited by tourists due following the death of the fort physicianat
firming he could, but rented to lick of transportation Ft Jefferson,
one signed by. two medical, witch l, nsurally( the federal prison, Dr. Mudd volunteered
out most of his acrea to ind I II
1 II located In the Dry Tortugn
.. .By OLIN MILLER neighbors H settled down to to do whit be could to help and
m operated today n a National Monumentby his work lived many lives He himself
"Alcoholism I ii laid to be W* should be charltabl a quiet, independent way of by United States Department of the became a victim of the fever but be recovered *
a major problem in Scotland and tolerant toward the Inhabitants life. I DATES AND EVENTSHistory's interior.Ft. .
and was later pardoned by President
"He hired the wife of a
."-Prci* report. It must of this world,
be that the price of elcoho- bearing in mind that not I neighboring farmer to come I, Jefferson was planned 11 a military Johnson.
II* beverages In Scotland U tingle one of them asked In three times a week to dean base In defense of the American The expression "his mm wn Mudd"
only a fraction of the coat of to com to this place up thing and cook for him. ScrapbookPierre continent and the gigantic fortificationswere li based upon the experience of fails kindly
them In the V.S. "H teemed to be getting Intended to rival Gibraltar. The fort, doctor whoa life wn wrecked and hit
e along all ,right, ao the four built'at a cost of $61 million wa begun heart broken because be Innocently pric

A man man U really getting Ai Important a* birth con children who hid been very Laval formed a new cabinet In Vichy, France, In 1S46 and was 30 years in the building. tined hit profession in the service of his

along In yean if an trol Important may be, It ai Isn't controlling nearly *o attentive just after their mo assuming title of chief of government, April 17, 1M2. Oa' Today It li the largest brick building in fellow man, the victim of the unreasonable
ther died drifting
began
away
hot.old flame doesn't seem 10 those who have been born to their own attain ." the lame diy, U. S. President Franklin Roosevelt createda the Western Hemisphere. bit of ia inflamed nation seeking

e and are still present The daughter say War Manpower Commlsilon: Used by the federal government ai a revenge.
The reason the oldster she warDed her husband and April 19, 1783 marked the end of hostilities ind of military prison during the period of and Mudd wn never fully exonerated HIt
looks back nostalgically to The Democrat are In the his listen and brother that the Revolutionary Wsr. following the Civil War, it wn here that pardon was bised on bit humanitarianservice's

"th. food old days," li that saddle now, the which their this wisn't a good lituitlon. The first electric railroad wn put Into service .between Dr. Samuel A. Mudd who lit the leg of during the Yellow Fever epidemic.

he remembers only the comparatively leader I* tall In. (Note to That they should keep In Washington, D. C. and Blideniburg, Maryland, the assassin John Wilkes Booth followingthe Relative hive gathered a mountain -
few good day of grammarians No dlatur- closer touch with Pap*. April 20, 18M. assassination of President Lincoln, was of fact that show his innocence la

that period and forget the bance, please Just. leave the They assured her thing Oklahoma was opened to settlers, April 22, 1889. The imprisoned. recognition of these f.ctl.In .
many bad one*. room quietly). were well with Pip. They Office of Prlce Administration began sugar rationing,'. It bas been established beyond any 1959 a resolution! passed by the Congress -
.
e S e tried to visit him about oncea April 22 1942. reasonable doubt that Dr. Mudd was innocent paid tribute to Dr. Mudd and recognized

A scats presidential primary Spring U Invariably personified year (all of them lived A World War I Soldiers Bonus Bill was Biased by for he did not know at the time his unselfish service but mad no
la no mon than a popularity a* Miss Spring b- some distance away), and
he treated Booth that he war aiding the mention of hi. guilt or innocence of the
the Oversell
U. S. Senate April 23, 1921. conscription
contest, and a highly cause the vernal season I I. they wrote now and then. -
Inconclusive one, at that highly fickl. The yean went by., The caused a,rlot in Montreal April 23, 1942. mm who killed Lincoln. However, the former charge




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I Women Greet Mrs. Holland This Is Secretaries Week:



Activities To Include


PartyAt

Annual Bosses Night

f Kings I

N .
> Members of the homestead I Secretary. of the Year. The area At (he brunch the achol)
Chapter, Nallonil SccreltrltiAitoclallon election were held at the aiihlv. will be awarded to a
Bay 'Club (International) Job I March meeting, but the winner member of Future leeretarliiAnoclatlon
with secretaries everywhere i tr I will be announced at the ,
observing he week of Aprl 1 I dinner and awards will ba pra
The of NSA and
; Five hundred Dade County 19.25 (I BtmUrlri"n\, witApril h I anted to them Secretaries. purpose Week li to Informthe
I"rr tl let See. On 28, NSA members'
women greeted Mn. SpeiiardU eipeclally ai April public of the many oontrlbutlona -
Holland wife of Senator rrUiln llayObservance, will be hoiteiHa at a brunch of the euoclatloR to
,7. la Holland Thursday morning at of SecrttaileiWeek .s I to be held In Holiday Inn. the educational, professional
r 1/ S Kings hay Yacht and Country will begin with a grouj I Guests will be members of the land civic growth of the oonc
( x /, Club when the Mil guest of attendance it the Tint Christian -. Future. Secretaries Association munlty.4II.
honor at a coffee Church In Homestead tot at South Dade High School and
The party was hosted by 40 the regular morning worahl!)p:' other aecreUrlei working In the l

prominent Vomrn'ln the area, itrvlrt. Girls
among whom were Mrt, Alex Highlighting the week'e eetlvlllea < ,
: Bilfe, Mrs J. Abney Cox, Mrs will be annual Boiiei.I ( Take Part In
: Gebhirdt Mra. Thomas S. Hod Night Dinner when member I jf
x f r C ion, Mri Edward NI Surdlckl.fr. entertain their bosses at I
) .. Fred Rivlln, Mra John cocktail party and dinner ai 1 i Dress Revue
Ravlln and Mrs. Holiday Inn.SJIf'.k.r .
f ; George Pedcr-
l e' : j r Ion. for the evening will A er
i be Michael Koman, who li a Six give represented the
The women were Kited In
memory expert and teaches a South Dade area at the annual
the ballroom which color.1
wn
I 4t memory course In Mlml The IH County Dreit Revue held
f fully decorated to resemble the main event of the dinner will for junior and seniors girls

_: _. ": / ( X:: 1 i j 4: hat In presidential Chicago, whore conventionhall they I be the announcement-- -of the it SchOll the; recently Glades, Junior High
served
were coffee and cake.
:
South Dade'a senior group,
CAMPAIGN RIBBONS for Senator Holland were In |uttti. They art, left to right Mn. Gorge Peder- A question and tniwer icislon I Caribbean the 4II Hashes, were repre
full view Thunder at Dade County women turned ion, Mn. Dante Feieell, Mrs.'ictor Johnson, Mri. was conducted by Mrs, Fred ented by Linda Wyeonf, Lin.di .
out to greet Mn. Speiiard L. Hotlono, wife of the John Kempf, Mn. Edward Surdackl and Mn. John RiUIn during which time Mra. I 4 Collier, Patricia Grear and

senator Pictured obova It Mn. Alex Bolfe, ana of luckier. (Sreff photo by Dan Phlfer). Holland answered question. Music Club Lydia Hiiocka.Mln .
the hostesses bout Senator Holland'i candidacy Haiecke the blue
for the coffee, pouring coffea for won
for reelection to the :To ElectThe ribbon for her third year cotton -
United Slatei Senate.A school dress A casual
half hour film will b. edited dress just right for any teen.
I from the films taken during annual business meeting J .,.r'. wardrobe the yellow
the session to be shown of the Caribbean Huilo Club texture print was accented by
throughout the areas where 0111 1!| be held Monday at '::30 MKI. SIRNARD ODIN the brown rlc-rack trim and
Senator Hollind will not be a.m. at the Cutler Ridge Bap Newcomer .f the Month four wooden buttoni. She was
able to appear personally Hit Church, Caribbean Boule, not only Judged on her work
Among women In attendance card with hiss Robert Whitney '] Newcomers manihlp but judging Included

was Mri Lloyd (Queenle) presiding grooming, poise and selection
Lloyd walking on crutches New office will be elected: Coffee Has of ae<<'lOrle..
suffering from injurlei In I recent The nominees eras South Dade'a Junior High
automobile accident She President, Mre. Robert I. D.1 Spring Theme group were represented by the

was recently awarded the "Mri MacLeod) flirt vice president Showers and Perky Parrots from the Ken-
May
Democrit" plaque by Senator Mn R, A. McCuet second vice Floweia""April provided the theme dell area and the InBetweenl4H
Holland preililrntt hits 0. & Welich Club from the Palmetto
for the April Newcomers Cot-
recording secretary, Mri Junior
High area.
fee of the Officers Wives Clubat
Duane Crammer and treasurer Two of the Perky Parrots,
Homestead Air Force Baae
.Mrs.
I ..I'I McConnellHas Mre. 0. E. Low Jr. Evelyn Christian and Jeaoneta -
J More than 50 women welcomed
.
_1-. '.J..t:- The club la a member of thNational ; Womack modeled their
L gqg .. Baptist of the seven newcomeri to thi
T4 Federation Mu.lcClubl.
Ir1\( ,!f bass Mn. GeorgeLlveniparger 'clothing project work. Their

( ,w 3i ; f Circle Meeting The. last performance ipon Tlnalty Introduced, Mri.them Bernard ai Mn.Od.n.Mn. Carl. the club stage was also decoratloni.responsible for

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iJ/-i/
cored by the club was the recent The In-Betweena assisted
The Frances Horton Circle) Robert Walters, Mr..
Billy Robbins Folk Music the judges and were hOIIe....
of First Baptist Church met Chirlei Hultman, laIrs William
show performing with Bob.bins for the evening
April T at the home of MriWllllim mat his wife, Bobble, and Rutherford hits Porter De M,'". Patricia II. Wllllimi,
j4't t t f McConnell NW Ninth children, Judy Pam, Becca, Yampert and Mri. William anlitant home demonstration

t .' .e1.A \ 'rt.1 Court, with 11 members prei and Bill.'Vomen. ,Spencer agent for South Dade, and
enl Tiny parasols springflowers
charge of the event aulitedy
t .
decorated the tabletDoor
t Mrs Hcrmin Byiri circle Of her 411 leaden and ,Ir\\.
,, f :\1" chairman conducted the meet.hug. ) prim carried out the .
rf Ii- theme Mn. George
The devotional
wHI : by Mra. Earl Morrow was given Moose Enroll ner, won the Llnn.PI"1 LEARN TO FLYIn
K Moorewood,
the "Compact of The Air"The
Mrs G, E.
MRS. HOLLAND shook hands and greeted each of They are, left to right, Mri. Chorlei Bryan, Mrs. chairman presented Martin the program. New MembersThe cage with artlflcal | New Piper Celt

the 500 guests attending the toffee In her honor John Roacha, Mn. George Merron, Mrs. Holland, entitled "Baptlit Emergelate program Women of the looN :Mil. Joe Richmond beachmat SOLO COURSE $110
I Thursday morning./ She posed for a picture for stiff Mrs. George W. Dherldga, / end Mrs. Herbert Wolff. Modern Hlitory." Taking Chapter 1468 held enrollment )h.. Charka Hultman rain ,HOMESTEAD AVIATION

photographer Den Phlfer with o f.w o' the guiiti. part la the program were Mri :ceremonies April T it the wan boots the and floral Mrs. ecnternlM S[. ,T Rorrer. j CI 74011
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in
Hob uuvmciv a itiim. V, A/. Cash lodge quarter City
,and Mri. Gordon Ivey, Enrolled were Sirs, Gerald a+rM axuaaesr.ae,.i."a taxa:. vrrsc:erz u:_, s..T
Baiuckl and Mr. Douglas NI.
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Singer Young Stylemaker BEST QUALIFIED
Jiole. Both women wire ipontored '
by Mr*. Frank Dalk. I
Women's Mri. Ralph EUveni, aenlor EXPERIENCE

Contest Offers Fabulous Nevs regent non Ie.,, presided over the cere- 4 I EDUCATION

,t
Virginia R. Wllllomi/ Editor The chapter was honored to ELECT
have with j then Mrs John !
Prizes To Stvlemakers kllller and )lr.. John Llptok !
who are both college of re- Bob Conway
., Bessie Negrin Circle Meets :gents and academy of friendship I
member., which arc the ,
Sewing a "fine Mam" en, er at their nearest Singer I$ZOO. And everyone of the IS I CONSTABLE. -District 4
Mri Otli Garland entertained second and third degrees In the
menti were served to )Ir.. H.I
strawberries aDd I Center for eight leiwn national fioallali aim
lead to eating an sewse are
member of Benle Negrin H. Taylor Mr. Sybil C. Brad irder. They recently tranifered I LEVER 48-A Pd. Pol. Adv. :
cream in Paris Thit'i log course during which they awarded a Singer Portable Circle of FIrit Baptist Church ford Mri, G. B. Cothran Mr.. their membership. ......if UJ T' ...... /JC." .......
promise/ waved temptingly before will make the costumes to be typewriter
for the regular muting Mon-j0 C Mri.
Radford Harlandawford
young sewers In the 1211 entered In the contest 1 la the "Teen" ind "Mln and
day evening at tile
paraonage Con Mn. V. C. K reyMri. ,
Singer Young Stvlerotkeri contest Mr.." groups each winner it NE 17th Street. .
Entrants hive an opportunityto Roy Douberljr, Mri. E.I
OF CONDITION
STATEMENT
which hit just been en gifted with
[ in III.expen.1 trip
win it two levels before conIL. Lawrence, Mrs, J. T. Vann
)Cr'. C 0, Robertson
nounced. for
two to Farii, while theyoung
the national flnali. In Howard Weathers, Mn
Young women from 13 Ur 11 retching "Tween" win be ducted the business meeting.Mre
queen Production Credit AssociationMiami
Farmers
the first phase, I local panelof Forte )[ra. Myrtle Ford
can itltch up a dream trip to presented an all-expenie five. '
]judges chooses th* local win. During a aoclal hour refreih- and Mri. RobtrUon.NEWCOIOR .
Paris for themselves and the ner. Her award li a handsome day tour of the New York fla.. Belle Glide, fl.., Vero leach fla
10 to II can KW their way to World' Fair for two penoni.
fitted sewing cue and the
a five-day visit to the New chance to compete it the regional Entries will be accepted At The Close of Builneu, March Jt, INS
York World'i Fair by enteringthe level Local winning ,.,. through Aug. 1. Entry blanks
1964 Young St'lemlkerconlell rule end complete information
menu then go to the regional
.
level, where winner la each about the Singer Young Style.maker lu M RESOURCES

The contest of often a for fabulous fash- division U iclected. Regional Contest are available at Loans and Interest .... ........$12,125,152.29
assortment prliei Singer Centers throughout the
Ions sews by these young itylemikeri. winners each will receive one country. Lets Reserve ................ 313,711.96 11811440.33
of the newest Singer "Touch
Grand prizes are two and Sew" michlnei. Contest entries will be Judged Land and Buildings ................ 64657.72

all-expense trip. for two. to The faihloni chosen at the not only on the sewing technlquei Equipment ............ ............ 12,785.82U.
Paris, and a five-day all expense and flnlih of the
New York World'i Fair regional level next go to New menu but on the fnhlonrlghtneii gar-- S. Government Bonds ........ 762,219.26Cash

tour for three. Cain prizes York for the national the flaali.la and luitabUity to the in Bank ........................ 70,241.13
addition to prliei they
totaling more than $10,000 go have won along the way to the wearer Investment FHA & S&W Loans 8,525.86
to the 15 national flnilliti who
top, the IS finaUiK each will Stock:
alto visit In New York
ai guests enjoy of a the Singer Com be banded a sizeable check. VICKY'SBEAUTY ...YOUR BEST BUY Federal Intermediate Credit Bank 181,375.00

pany. Other prizes are Slnger'i The receive five a top$400"Tweeni"check each the !1 I IN PAINTS! Automobiles ((2)) ...........:........ 5,276.58

with new "touch exclusive and pushbutton tew" machine bob 'Teem" a $600 check, and the STUDIO Other Assets ........................ 4,695.94
Mln and )fr.." IB ISOO
bin, fitted aewlng cases and Cl 8-3632 $12,921,217.64
The winner In this
check.
Singer Portable typewriter I top MM SW 141 St (Pvt Rei.)
group! receives an additional LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
To enroll contestants regU-
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g Notes Payable: Federal
New Foods Class
BEGIN YOUR DAY Intermediate Credit Bank.,. $10,559,861.98

Miscellaneous Accounts 13,699.07
ScheduledAt 4 Payable

Spice ParkA WITH PRAYER, II e for your roomsSEE Capital Stock ...,......"............$ 1,652,380.00

Surplus ................................ 695,276.59 2,347,656.59
flew Foods Clan will begin
April 24 at Redland Fruit! DIAL A aPRAYER COLOR $12,921,217.64A
and Spice Park to be held on i OUR ,
Friday mornings from 9 to CREDIT COOPERATIVE COMPLETELY OWNED AND OPERATEDBY
12 noon for eight weelci. I HARMONY FARMER AND RANCHER MEMBERS
There will be a $2 regiitra-

tlon fee and a nominal lab GUIDE Counties Served! Srowird Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee,
fee to. cover Annabelle the material Kleppinger uted.Mri. Prayer of the Week Palm Reich end St. Lucle

a member of the Board of Public 1 Rev, Gene WilliamiNoxorene Tikes the rtetiwork teat ef OFFICERS
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clam Instruction She may will be familiar teach the to I CI 71412Courtety Church selecting ceIorI...ever ISMkarmaies Harry B. Matthew George I[. Wedgwortb Chas B. Long, Jr

many through her weekly te!> _j Princeton U thotM free President Vice President Secretary.Treuurer
ivlilon cooking claaiea. April 20 to April 25 DIRECTORS

The emphasis for this course Mon. thru Sun. 8errew a ce"f.I11e ek,,., George H. Wedgworth Jefferson/ Davis Walter Peterioa
will bt en aaladi, landwichea .f Harry B Matthews c. R. Sexton
and patio meals, luluble for
,family meals or company fare J'hol'DDh THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. REPRESENTATIVESMiami
Registrations are now being : Office Belle Glide Office Vere Beach Office

accepted by telephone, 247 I Chas. B. Long Doria Adams Gilbert I* Lanbam )f. D. PerryB.
572T, or In person at the Parka FUNERAL .HOME ) 208 WASHINGTON AVE W, Ingram Diana Burke Merle Palmer Mary Ellen Wright
Office, located at 24801 SW I James E. Davis Ruth Prange Yvonne Simpson
187th Avenue, comer of Red. HOMESTEAD 7-5835 Gladys Bu111nerSwd.y
land Road and Coconut Palm! HOMESTEAD FLORIDA 'I I

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, Linda Lee Bell Married Saturday To Norman Nyary I II IIMRS.






'I Ceremony Solemnized May Breakfast Date


In First Church I
I Baptist

Set By Music Club


By Rev. Otis GarlandA Tt. annual May Breakfast tented by the junior club mtnv
of the Margaret Mllli Music here under the lupervlilM of
Club has been set for Mir 9 N.... Jamel E Tlct and Mra
family heirloom wedding band WM placedon at Jl noon In Flnt Methodist Oils Garland, countelon.
the third finger of the left hand of Mis Linda Church dialog room Members Mary Whlchard and Rachel)

Lee Bell, Saturday, when the was united In mar in requested to make riser Waters opened the program
rlage to Norman Beta Nyary, 1 '' ritloni with Mrs Anne Polk with several orgtn and piano

The ring was worn cy on Koulk at soon ai possible Her number. Deborah Morrli pl.,.
maternal grandmother th elate telephone number U CI 7- 1140. ed the famous number "Ham-
She won a philienopila cor
)Ir.. W. F. Pennlngton scoot Aitrow" by Rublnaleln.They .
Cage Lilt Sunday the club wiienterUlned
members of the Man
in
married the lit Mr
she
when
In Pint M.thodl.1Churtb
Zucca Club.
.r :
In 1911 Thi r.n.nlnrton'l
Pennlngton .
members of the McDowell
wen pioneer real A reception followed the by The McDowell Club mem-
dente of Homealtid, ceremony in the fellowship hall and Mini Zucca Mutlo ben played number preiented .
of the church which was deo Clubs A program was pre. at the annual Muilc Fetll-
- --- -- -
e 0 o orated in palms and ferneryfor vat held recently In the Coral
the occailon. Gables Musicians Club Taking
Th wedding took plan In S. Miami
the wen
part on program
,
Church of Home
First Baptist The bridesmaids bouquet of
Car Buttles, Gall Colllni,
,
stead it I o'clock with the Rev, Shasta daisies decorated the Theresa Wright David Minis,
d Otis Garland officiating The bildt'i lace covered table which Cent
Vickie Lynn Peterson
t"y ag ,bxf altar was banked with palms was centered with the wedding Woman'sClub Snyder Marilyn Peeplei andAllen
ind fernery Mr. George Allen cake. Mlti Lou Ann Ivey and
Godding.
organist, played the tridilonl Mri Edsell Coffey presided I at I Hostesses were Margaret
( muilc. the bowl Mri. Gordon
punch Mllli members, Mri. Roger
e 0 Ivey served the wedding cake Wins Hlckmin Mri. J. R. Rullind

Mri. Michael Baldwin and Mn. Clarence Gray and Mr*.
w 1 'e ; The bride li the daughter
Million.
John'
fr 4 her eon, Hank registered the The South Miami
: Wom.n"1
of Mr. and Mn. Horirt Stun '
and Mn. Allen Neal
guests '
li ; Club
wii awarded first
f den Bell Of 845 NW 13thStreet \ price
In charge of the reception o
was of $500 In the Florida Federa CAP Invites
Homeiteid. The
PHILIP C. LEE groom, '
net Ilia Blotmtr li the ion of Jack Nyiry of 0 tlon of Women' Clubs two-yeae
Key West end Mri. James MI. For a honeymoon In Fort Freedom Award program In Public To
chtil Ltrklni of MltmLMr Lauderdale the bride changed 'cooperation with Hi sponsors

Miss Use Blocmcr 0 Into an a-line dma of broom Florida Pawtr Corporation, St
with whit coin doli. She wore Petmburgt FlorPower ALight Crash Dance

Bill gave Mi daughter yellow gloves and black aoceiioriei. > Company, Miami Gulf

In mtrrliir! Her bridal gown and Power Tampa Company Electric, Penaacoli| A "Cnth Dinct" la scheduled
Flies From Company,
GermanyTo of pure silk ihtntung wee de- The young couple will !live la + e.I Tampa for Saturday night' at \the Cut
signed with a round neckline alneivllle ler Ridge Community Center
and long sleeves complemented Mrs Nyary U a 1961 graduate .I I Second prize of 1300 went to when guests are Invited to
Lee with tiny covered buttons of South Dads High the Womin'i Club of Clea,. com dressed ai If they hid
Marry Philip from the elbow to the wrlit. School and attended the Unlverilty water and the 1100 third prize just survived an "air craih."

The bell-ahaped skirt Ml Into of Florida She It a
Homestead Air Fore Bate, chose a two.piece blue silk a chapel train, She wore graduate of Chirron-Wllllami Club union, Daytona Beach. being sponsored by the South
mantilla and carried a bridal Commercial College, The presentation wit highlight Dade Cadet Squadron and Cutter *
Chapel was the scene of the suit and a whit hit Her icceiioriei >
bouquet of CatWya Jlllea, Her Her husband graduated from of thnJ'FWC convention Ridge Cadet Squadron
of Mill
wedding, Saturday, were whit and the 1
only jewelry was a strand of a .4 held lilt week In Jacktonvlll.
South Dido High School In Group 10, Civil Air Patrol.
Elizabeth III* Bloemer daughter wore a white carnation corsage,
of Mr. and Mri. Helm Bloe S. 0Ira. pearls a gift from the groom 1961. Hi II a senior at the Unl- MRS. NORMAN BELA NYARY In making the preientitloai, Proceeds will help finance

mer of Cologne, Germany, and ) William Greenfield was o 0 0 verilty of Florida when he li .(Undo Lee Bell)) J. L. Shoemaker, director of the rescue ten enth unit and
Sp. 8 Philip C. Lee ion of matron of honor. She wore a majoring In mathematics Ha Photo by MolHond/ Studio public relations for Florida to purchase some needed equipment

Harry Lee of Lirnni, Calif.,' dress of yellow silk with white The brlde'i twin litter, Mln It a member of Phi Gamma Power Corporation, St. Petort- ,
sod Mri. Betty Gilbert of Sin icceiwriei and a white carni- Glenda Lee Bell, was mild of Delta Fraternity burg, and chairman of judges, Headed by Ind LL Jerry Lan
Diego, Cillf. Jon coriige.Mn. honor. 0 0 Catholic Women To Meet itldf "Through the Freedom ton of the Cutler Ridge Cadet

o 0 I Lee U a graduate of Mill Suin Parties Hence Award program of the Flortd.Fed"r.Uon 'Squadron and 2nd Lt Ralph
Bridesmaids were '
The New Bride of Women'i Piston, of the South Did Cadet
Clubs
Chaplain Helmick, ,
George Cologne High School and Elizabeth Claik Mill Jer
was celebrant for the nuptial itudled In Englind. Her hut- Marl Siren, Mill Linda Ivejr, The new Mn. Nyiry was hon then women are reinforcing '' Squadron, the groups an
ored at tea by Mlu Patricia Next In Miami their landing by for Civil Do-
mass which was solemnized at band graduated from high Miss Patricia Rorrer and Miss a Thursday knowledge of and n- any
11 o'clock. ichool In Cilifornla and attended Bltchoff Rorrer In the Moroccan Roomof spool for the freeenterpriselyitetn. tense emergency or are ready
Miry
o San Homestead Air Force Bin They recognize that our to assist In my rescue operatloni -
Their mtrrlije Saturday He U now Diego stationed State with College the Their Identical green faille Officer Club I Migr, Paul F Tanner general Mri. McCarthy will Initill economic system hit strengthened that may .rl....

climaxed a ,,1Ir'. rtminc Army Superior Agency al street length gowns were InIh.d. Mri. Michael Baldwin hon secretary of the National new officer of the Dloceiin and underwritten the In- Ticket for the dine, which
which began luf' summer Homestead Air Force Bile .. of mint, lime and nil. ored her with a miscellaneous Catholic Welfare Council, and i Council at the banquet She will crossing freedoms won by women include a catered buffet, may I
while the Md was 'visiting After a wedding trip to Sara. They were fashioned with ihower at her Miami home and Mrs Jotepb McCarthy, preil- also speak it the morning buil- through the )I..r.. Only In bt purchased from' any CAP ,
Mra. Gordon and her dent of the National Council of nell union on "Womin'i member from the Horn-
Ivey America
In twth Florida with Irlindt. IOta, the couple will live round necklines, short aleevetmi do, women enjoy fullpersoaat' or
She arrived In HemtitttdMtfldty in Homestead young bell-lhipei ikliU. They daughter, Mlia Lou Ann Ivey Catholic Women will be fear World." 'freedom and such stead Air Forte BII*' Dellciteiaen. -
by pltno Erect her wore horsehair pillbox hat honored her with a ihower it lured speakers 4t the one-day Mri. J. Winston Anderson, enormoui Influence over their ., Frliei will be award-
hem In Germany, with matching veils and carried' their home on NW Ninth St.Mra. convention of the Miami Dlo- diocesan president will conduct rountr,'. i wealth 'and 'pollUcal for She belt coitumei.Fenderson .
000 Neva King PTA apr ye of Shasta daisies Nyary honored the ccun Council of Catholic Women the builnen meeting future"
bridesmaids at a luncheon In In Miami April 23. Mm it noon will b* celebrated 11Iddl lon to Shoemaker, Circle
For her marriage the bride
Invites Parents c 0 0 the Reef Room of the Ctribt. The DuPont Plus Hotel will by Bishop Coleman F, judget wen Dr. Charles N.

Robert Morrissey was belt Following the luncheon she be scene of the convention. Carroll, who will speak at the MulUcin, dean of the college of Assists Modello
ToApriI22TeaTh mm. Ushers were Jacqut Roth presented glfti to the attendanti. Migr. Tanner will\ speak at luncheon to follow builnen administration Unl-

CalendarOf Michael Loaner, Jeffrey Lu a banquet climaxing the day, Wednesday evening there will varsity of South Florida and Church Nursery
Parent Teachers Aito- ber, Michael Baldwin and Robert on "Th Liturgical Reform b* a reception In the hotel A. R. McFayden, president and I IXr.

Events elation of Neva King Cooper Heliterman. I NCO Wives III Background and Its Significance foyer, at which there will bean owner of Al R. McFayden .. Myrtle Reese entertained
Elementary School invites parents o e 0 to the Catholic Mother." opportunity to meet Mri. Ai ocaUian| dvertlilng and the
Eunice Fnderton Cir
of new students regliterlng For her dtughUr'i wedding, Club Plans McCarthy In perton public relation firm In SaraeoU. clt of Modello>> Baptist Church
XYZ CLUB will hold a picnic for the lint time to Mri. Bell chose blue silk thin- Women To The Miami Dloceie covert Itcountlei for the April meeting In her
Tuesday at Redlind Fruit a tea, Wednesday it 1 o'clock lung with chtntllly ltd Jick Social TuesdayThe In southern Florida. The Freedom Award Pro- home on Grant Lan in Ll-
and Spice Park. Members are In the school library et and matching .< liked to meet at First Prcibyteriin )Ir.. E, It. Blilock, chairman She wore a corsage of phala April social for the Non Meet BurnsAt Mrs. Byrd'sSister Florida Federation of Worn- Lottl Hit Gaff
Commissioned prei
reports th.t members of Offlceri' \Vlvet en'i Clubs and Started In 1982.
Church at 10:30: am., enopili. The ,room'. mother, (Ident conducted the
the ] will bt Club will be held] Tuesday it Sine that time hit ; meeting.
faculty to It attracted
and go from there to the park. present Mri Ltrklni, won ron lice DiesIn Mr* Gertrude Klckery ,read
the the NCO Club Coffee
meet with parents to answer beginning nationwide ittehtlon.Thi,
accessories and pro-
GINIRAL MEETING( of the my questions.Registration, with matching it 10 a.m, Lunch will be lined grim'conilited' of, four major the scripture taken ,from the
WSCS of Silver Palm Metho- for the coming a corsage of phalsenop.le.The it 12:39: ( noon. Invltatloni are 'being Issued Clearwater sections each dealing with iubjecti 101h Chapter of Luke

dirt Church, April 21, 7:30 p. year will be held at the school ,room'. grandmother, The social will feature hob far ctfft honoring Jiclctonvllle Mr. and )fr.. Earl ,Byrd such it' "Our American It was ,Mated.b, the membersto

m., In the fellowship hill of office April 20, 21 and 22, any Mri. J. I. Harden who came I by and craft type of modeling Mayor Hayden Burnt and Mlu Peggy Byrd and Mri. F. Heritage," ."Defente," "F..... purchase sheets for the
the church. Hostess Circle 3. time during school hour, on from her home In Decatur, Ct., ,and display, being "ihow and M.... Burnt, April 27, at II .. T. Clayton returned Wtdnei- dom 'of Choice and Action," church nursery ai the eonvmunlty
Program, Mn. Malcolm Drake Monday and TUfld.,. Registration for the wedding wore a dress IcU" or "ew your own" hob. m. 'In the DuPtnt Hotel In Mi diy from Clearwater when and "The Communist Coniplracy. minion for the month.
Topic "Tbt Christian Family will be at 2 p.m. Wed of pink eyelett with a matchIng bias ami. Mayer Burnt It a ctndl they were called by the illness .", Mn. Jesse Coffey wit In
and Its Money." neidiy hat and black accessories, Women, art aiked to bringMondty date for tvirntr tf Florida. and death of Mri. Byrd'a ill- Within eirh section toplci chart. pf the program, "Bap-.
--- their wo:k to b. displayed on,I An tpen Invltttltn It extended Included free enterprise, law tlit'.Emerg* ,Into Modern Hi
.,.,., 0'' ; ter, Mrs Ruble Yarbrough, tor .".Taking in '
to Mri. Robert C., til wtmtn of South Dad. t..tt.nd Other surviving lliterl anMri. enforcement, national and civil part, the program -
YOURS FOR Richardson at 1057-A Califor the affair. Lynwood Lock of Charleston defense, public luau, and com were Mrs, Thelma Mow'cry
I nla Avenue on the tan 01 Ftlltwlnf the eolf,., tn pn 8. C., and Mn. GiyltLfndsey munlim. The written report Mri. Faith Robinson,
'i telephone her it 836-2194. She seminar will b* held during of St. Petersburg of all eligible) FFWC, orginlutloni Mri. Reese and Mn. Klckery.

96' PER VISIT will place them on display prior which time Mayer Burnt will Beach Mri. Clayton was an wen judged with the menu The hoiten the lined rtfreih-
to the meeting. answer tjutitlont. aunt of Mn. Yarbrough. top three selected n having during social hour

to. the moat outstanding
- progrimfor
educating their own mem Coral School
ON AN ANNUAL BASIS. 22 MOBILE ben, it well ai the cltluni In
HOMES
: INCLUDES the communltlea In which the Elects Officers
: clubt an located

'L.i; 2.Body Massages a week : MUST GO! Shoemaker laid "Speaking 'Newly elected officers for

\, Viking Sauna Both for the four Florida Inveitor- the coming school year at Core

i I. Rool.r Manager owned companies, w* Irt htpp- il Reef Elementary School are
I .
py to let the Intend In It"d, Mn. James Worboyi, preildentj "
',, ::: i '
;
a, Whirlpool ing. the Am.rle.n sown of William Ortega lint

'r"; and many other physical fit. I free enterprise, ai by: vlce-preaidentt A. William
) the Women'i Clubs of Florida, Johnson, second 'vice--pnildent
facilities and helps .
nits .
.- FREE and we wholeheartedly endorse Mri.' M. 0. Brush recording i
t t:- The Sauna Room il thermostatically controlled the continuance of the Free tecretaryi Mra. Gerald ROM '
.' 'Since the humidity It extremely low (under 7 COUNTRY ALBUMS dom Award Program during the eorreipondlng secretary and j
ttJ"iJMl percent) you'll be comfortable in temperature coming yeir," Mra. Walter Dunn.. treasurer. i
'
-- 1 1j of 200 degrees and more You'll breath free ind q FIRST 2S-oNE TO A FAMILY i
_
I '( easily while the warmth tnnvlgoratei your body i
A ", by increailng blood circulation [ -
Model
: The first bath ibould lilt about 10 minutes Al .7964 70' Wide EMOSBr

k1 you become more accustomed to Sauna you
I might want to stay in longer. The sustained dry BRAND NEW FRESH FROM V
beat of the Stunt rilui our body temperature _
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I' you can bath In a cold ihower ind not experience $AAA.00
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cleansed the pores and akin In depth You will I PoymentThot I

have a feeling of well being lucb ai you hiv DOWN Doea.'t. Talk or EatS PAULINE CLAYTON !
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The Viking Stunt U the famous Scandinavian '
about every woman". Some women, of fOUJ"Ie. are quite
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are recommendea in the average Health Progrim.Tb TOTAL A MONTH beauty. 'I
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mote sound sleep It aids weight control, deep cleans akin and pores, Improvei blood but practiced look at tome of the many wondrous method
circulation and oil none of the dticomforU auoclated with steam You owe It to :your- of embellishing on mtun'i handiwork available to
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relax without harmful drugi.We .
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Physical Fitness! Program There il a variety of exerclie equipment that aids in 'MY i I Wh.tever'Oll way desire. fromao attractive your ,. o-manaTe' i t
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.,, April 1f. 1," TK. NEWS LF/DFR end CUTLER It I DC I.PtRRINI POST Pit levin


At Methodist ChurchMoral Students To Get Time Off ..




Society, Schools To Register




Man Studied 1964-65 First GradersDade


The eh"ly of ")Ionl) M.i!
li County schools wilt begin dill the bate kindergarten elm first graders to visit a classroom -
and Moral Society" bean
conducted Wednesdays a j LEISURE the big week-long Job Monday will pay a lint grade elm during Miy
on of rendering pupils for room vlilt. Fiends City Elementary
TiSO. ., Trlnltihthodl.t CITYI
p.m.Church Holy In Leliur;:: > LAURA next fill for the school chll At Redlind Elementary s plans first grade reglilratfon
then there. be a brief vacation first grade classroom has been ill week Parents may meet
City the end of the week. set Hide all day Monday for with first grid teachers be.

Rev Georg Dettman pa i; home of Mlai Maude Holladay, reglitritlon. The school nurse, l laces :2 and I p.m Monday
tor If heading the apecle Public elementary ach..lawill
14920 Lincoln Drive, Wednei ... ... visiting teacher and other through WedneidiyRedend ,
cl d
study group Guest speaker .1 1 t be Thur. '
staff members, Including elmroom hit let first grade
day at 980: aim Mri. Harry ,
lilt Wedneidiy'e eeiilon wai while ,.rtnH.ach. center'.nc.a teachers, will be present registration for Thuridiy, with
I Allen will be In charge of the
Rev lulic Henderion, mlrr.olmlnlatfr t devotlont and Mri l. are under way, and all during the day, parents asked to go to the of-
,. program. public Kheeli will be cleted.
for the National Coun
Mrs chairman I
Sidney Jensen flee
Isabel Long and Mre, Iva Pollard
ell of Churches, .whit I. el* 11I'11be In charge of the Friday, i* that teachers III"Itt.1I1I of the PTA guldince committee Watt Hemeiteid will have
.. the Florid I Iducetl.nA.neci.ti.n
serving 11 hud of the Horn monthly fund railing event.The will head a group of tint grade registration ill diy
Association. cenventln it Miami mothers who be will -
Head Ministerial) will hoiteiiei, Monday A L. Lewd regliter
newlyorganlaed evening
The final teuton of Ito' Inch, and lerve refreshmcnti. first graders all week,
circle mother will
for
study mill\ bo held April 21: have lit tint young meeting April Parents an reminded to tike During the diy pirents! may ind Pine Villa, Monday through
at the church A movie 01ChrlitliB. birth certificate for new first.schedule a time for their new Thuridiy -
: 23 at the home of Mrs Ronald .
social! relations wll I graders whom they will regli- ---- -- -
Frlcker, Lot 69 of Coral Roc .
ter during the week hospital
be .hown. The film dealt will
problem confronting retired I Mobile Park on Klngman Road. certificates are. not acceptable A Girl Police ChiefStudents
Her home li located In the blast schools have set Hide
and tolutloni
peraona whit tar I southern most aectlon of the
All Intereit I a special diy during the week
be
worked out.
northern part of the trailer for first grade reglitritlons.Niva .
.
attend
peraons 'N Invited to park formerly known at King King Ceeper plans a tea To Be

LandMiplne man Road Mobil Hornet Park for mothers of new first

Harry Alien was appointed I Pre.Ichl) Preiram graders, at 1 pjn. Wednesday
to head a landscaping committee There will be. four weeks in the library The children
Officials Of
.t a recent official board i may be registered at this. time Day
fireichaol program for September -
Leliwn City Elementary will
melting of the MethodlilChurch. t I
first grade children
hold its first grade registration
AaalatanU named t(.I from June 11 through July 10.' In Homestead, which hit been From noon until 1:11: pm,
from 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday
serve with him wars Mri. Ells The program la deilgned to the cifeteri operating with in acting police the offlclili of the day will be

abfth Perry, Warren Hofllcl I provide group, pre-rrading and et 44. Avocado Elementary will\ chief for approximately four I guests of the Clvltin Club at

and Fred Steffeni. pre-wrlting experience and have first grade registration months II going to have a female Hi weekly luncheon In the Elks
Initial plane or for plantlni: number concept Wednesday also from 2:1) to police chief for one diy Club.
of levenl shade trees In thl"arlClo.p 3:30 p.m, In the cafetorlum. At this week I The afternoon will\ tea .devoted
yard and churchnursery Many timed
the same time parents may enroll She li Jim Oeley *f lel- to s tour of Homestead Air
playground am Anyone Final tally thowt that the
the children In a summer Force Bus and s radio bro.d.IIL -
sure City, a student it levrh I
having movable trees they'J-eliurl City P. *nL-Tttchtr .

would Ilk. to donate are ...bdto I Association made f 287.08 on III FRUITS AND VEGETABLES from South Dada ore presented by Homeiteod pre grim which school win orlentitlon run from June pro- Did.I.nlll High one IchMl.of a elate of "city

rt la touch with Allen al t: March turkey dinner Mayor Richard Conley (kneeling! right) to Mayor George A. Soncken Jr of II to July 10. There .111 be offlclili" chosen by the itu Berman

CI 74190. Perienili' August, Ga. Standing, left to riant, ere Rorph Hebert Adrian Jacobs George two sesilons of the program, dent body this week who will RallyIs

Family NightA Mr. and Mrs Ronald New Skell ell of Homeiteod, end loll Conley (the Homeiteod mayor's. brother) .fDeytona one In the morning end one In study first-hind the city's operations Scheduled
bauer moved back to
,, recently leach made the beoit-Hometteed effort he afternoon, and each ses.ilon
coertel'dl.h family nigh' Leisure City, Mayer Conley presentation as a during Cltltenihlp Diy
upper will be held at Hoi;., )lr.. Kern.bluer li the form. when he end the other four went to August for the Meiters Golf Tourna will be limited to 23 new Tueidiy, under sponsorship ol There will/ be a political rally -
Trinity Friday. at 1:30: p.m' ment. first graders the homestead Clvltin Club. for Bernie Herman, seekinga
Patty Lewis twin daughterof
er ..
Beverages will be furnlibed. Air I. Elementary will Other "offlclili of the d.," nest In the State Legislature,
and Ivan Lewis
Sgt Mri. hive
Members and frlendi are In, a preschool cllnlo starting named by the student body Friday from T to 10 pm. at
who ire preiently itatloned at South Dade Orders Total Million at 8:43 a.m. Monday for
iced to take a eaiieroli and Columbus Air Fore Bail, $87 parents of new first graders are: MO Perrlne Ave, U the Per
their table aervlce.Attendance lab Bill rime Shopping Center.
filtimin
Mill The Newbiuira an living There will be e panel discussion mayer)
Pint In the Lewis home at 14455 Senior Patio In the cafeteria with the II.ckllum. city manager, The publle li Invited Free

Mri. Wllllim Frymoyer, SW 290th Ter, hen They had Small Businesses school nurse, plaiting teacher, Danny Divti, fire chlif, and refreshments will be served

Church ichool superintendent of been living In California Work Begins principal and cliiiroora teach the following ceunclimen, !
Wllllim (Buck) Hirnlien,
Newbauer resigned from the en High Campaign
Trinity presented number '
Holy a
Army recently. They have a Children may bt registered John" Beyd, Lynn Cillihin,
last .
of attendance
pint
Cround for Get Work
breaking a new
Sunday at folio wit one-year nine month old ton, Ronnyigt senior patio at South Dad Aerojet i at this time, Pirenls' of new and Bek jelly Mervlne Alrmiyer.Llndi Oilther Office Opened
first graders who are 'Uneert.lnIt
and Denlia Suite AI
Kathy
and Archie Lovell, Patty, Mike, $ and Mra. Howard Gain afternoon High School In took front place Monday of the Aerojet-Genenl Corporation Aerojet'. South Dade plant, they will be here In the fill The diy 11I'11bfiln\ with a Mayor Robert King High has
Kathy and Mary Eavige. and their four children are new said today It will\ continue to which poured $13 million Into should register them anyway, council meeting In city hall it opened campaign headquarters
reildenta on SW 286th Street ichool gymnailumAmong the school sild. 9:IS ..m., where, the itudenl it 415 Perrlne Ave In the Per
Six-month Dell Heinle, David thoi _hand for spend well over three-fourths of land and bulldingi In 1963 and
Janet and Harold Small Gain It with one of the local on I Its funds In the Navy Polaris will ipend several million dollars The parents may take the will\ discuss problem. facing rind Shopping Center,

Steve McDonald was preaent Army units.Mri the brief William ceremony R. Wilson were ,Prlnclpal aen program with small builnnieiparticularly .! more to complete It. building children with them, If they are the city and poulbly offer some Hlgh'a area manager, Ron
not enrolled In the bill kindergarten lolutlons.
thli Steinberg, aatd that
let a three month pin those In dlitreued program yeir anyone
lor clan Bob Salts-
president and there will bi Immediately following' that who would like
Pearl Nelson of Lin areas of the country. to work on
Quarterly Conference coin Drive left this week for mm, and a group from the I Iniofar ai poiilble, the pur- a program for these children will\ be tours of the city dcpirtments High's campaign ihould call

,, Dr. Clalra Cotton, euperlnten- a trip to Auburn, All. where school band. The company I li major con chasing trend to give small In the ctaiiroonti. At a later until about 11:JO p.m, him at 23M119 or 238-2281
dent of the. Miami Methodist the will attend a family re The patio, a gift from the 'tractor for the Polaris fleet firms a break In Aerojet de-,
Dlitrlct, will pretlda at the union. Before her departure, clan of 1964, will feature a balllitle mliille, making: the .. dollars hit been carried
quarterly conference of Holy. the and Mri Ruiiell Lund a Urge till monte of the school I first stage of the lethal wear out here, and 111'11coaUnu.\ .

Trinity, April IT ., ':30 p.m. neighbor of hen on Lincoln seal, benches around th* edges, pon. during 1964, said company of-
'
The data eel for the gathering Drive, were door prlt winners -|and a lighted bulletin board Subcontractors and suppliers flclali.
was made earlier for the day Wednesday afternoon at for announcement on school In 39 lUUl molt of them
before but h.. been activities, donated by the .. than I
changedto tha party apontond by the builnniei employing Contract
Student CollnelJ.Choose Aerojet
Monday night. : Woman'i Club of the Redlandi, 500 people have received
which was held In the Leisure orders totalling 1ST million
Oelden Ai Club City Community Center OfficersNew ilnca the Inception of the PO' Aerojet-General Corp. recently QUALIFIED
Tentative plant have been lade awarded a 198,900 con
mada by the Golden Agen to officers of the Greater program tract to Redland Contraction
tab the all-day Dreamboat Richard Pickett Homeitead Motel Aiioclatlon Although Florida li not Hit Co., Homciteid.
crul. to Ft. Lauderdale April have been elected, aa followit ed among stitei whose Indui-
22, providing the boat It out To J lead Junior Richard Cummings, president tries supply Aerojet with Po- The contract covers road paving .
of dry dock by then. The Robert HeliUrman, vice presidents lirla parts and services, the on the site of the new A.ro-
telephone committee will notl High School PTA | Sue McDonald, lecretary,!.itat hai received a big economy jet solid rocket motor plant barIng

fy member at lOOn at poi : and ROM Free, treasurer | boost with the creation of built near Homestead
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Richard Plckett elected
lible. was ---
A new time of I arm. hat been' president of Homestead Junior
set for arrival by the groupat High Parent Teachers Auocla. Past Presidents HonoredCivitans

the Miami pier for de tion at the April meeting held
In the rafetorium.
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parture.Tha club will meet Thuradayat Elected to serve with him Note

11 aim at th. recreation for the 1D64.CS term were Mr, BirthdayHomeiteid ,
building In Coral Roc Park. II W. Brockichmldt, first vice .
president) Mrs. W, C. Sweet I
Faith Circle' Ing, lerond vice preildent| Mr.. Clvltan Club this Each put president wn given Charles Vaughn, lieutenant ,
The Faith Circle of tha Wom- Jack Nix, secretary and Mrs week held a birthday party In comical gift, preiented by governor for this area, spoke I
an'a Fellowihlp of the First Henry Crlffen, treiiurer.Judge obnervince of the 44th innlver- I. I briefly
John McLean, who preilded
United Church In Leisure City Fen Sheppard was of Clvltin International I
will meet at the home of Mri gneit speaker and need aa ind airy the eighth anniversary of for the party, and Dr. Robert GET YOUR JET FAn I I NEED TO KNOW MORn?
A. M. Duval, 14740 Avocado hit "How To lies I
subject PreventProblem. the local club. prf.ldfnt'flecl.
AIR TAXI ,
Drive, at I p.m. Wednesday, I .." He itreiied the only
Mr. Norman Dirt, program I etching of more reading In Orvllle hailer, first president The put preildenU are Halter MJI Per InternitlonilWM Permit To

leader, li conducting a school and a closer family relation of the homestead club, cut the Dr. Perry Boyd, Jack Tre Miami I* .!.. is .aura! .) I t. I
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cries of study hours each birthday cake and presented cone, Dr. George Pena, Dr. Avlitlon, Inc.
month at the circle meeting on Rev, \Mllnm Chamber, pai the first piece to current preil Robert Douglas, Atty. Tom 24740)1 ;
the book "The Declilon tor of the Flrit Church of the dent Cbirlei (Chuck) Griffin Walsh and Mirlowe Jicobien i- II
by Willard Wettel. Nitarenr, gave the decotloni.
W.", .,,'. Society Mlker"l Mr. Romk's homeroom won

The Morning Circle the room count, for .tt.ndanrll. -
Holy Trinity will meet .
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45 Per Cent Of Slate Crop Grown HereNew r W. r '.1:{, ..,,r II"t1". t<"lr. .;",-.,,,. Y'J" :1' Cadets Visit BaseJohnson


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Tomato Production T Franklin A Nichols,

commander, lilt Tactical Fighter

; Wing, hat announced the i With TheAIRMEN

selection of Cept Roger E I
Johnson the "Slit Pilot of
ai
Dade County: will product Sub-Tropical Expeprlment the Quirter" which ended Mar. I
tpproxlmstely 45 per cent Elation la carrying on a 01ltJ with I
will
uno/4l 31. Johnson compete
of the tomato crop In the search program to other TAG ",'Inl"' topnotch,II I ,. .... _.. ",,,,, ,.. ,, ,, .
stale of Florida for the IMS- new varieties of .
that will meet the needs pilot for the command award Itical, economical' and psycho
64 wiaon,
hasp of our residents are our farmera. He has Jfi! !r. Assigned to the 800th iquad' logical-taken by the Viet-Nam

not aware of the research: working for several ron, Johnion doublet ai senior I see government to. defeat the

work that It conducted on different breeding lines .dl'c :- I flight commander and assistant Communlata" Viet Cong gun

new varieties of tomatoes Dial presently has several ". optritJoni officer The 33' rill banda.
art adapted to the growing ties that look cause great econ tend to the quality of ear-old fighter pilot hit over Cideti Visit
to the farmers and fruit that the consumer .' .two Air Force Ardemy
condition here and that promising tot release In 1,800 houri flying time of T enty -
Fill alM be the belt quality near future. produced will N- be buying Many of his which 1,800 were In the F.100Suneriibre. ,I cadets visited thetl hiI i
EKiiilblt available to the con- The varieties that Dr. quality while (ieties have a much i I Tactical tighter Wing Friday

turner, bells developing will be red color than the Aa team trader for the Hit 'and Saturday The future in

Dr. James Strobe) of the elitist to many of our '. Interests tx 1a I found In our. nI.r: : entry In match. point fompetltlon I men art members of the ara.
I
of tomato They '
I dim, 23rd Squadron which
held at highs AFB, Fla,
k hi h rUp.m-n'"o'' barbecues a special 4In"., lilt month, his team placed Ii sponsored by the Slit
In the fruit which will Franklin A Nichols
the Homestead Air Fare Hospital third out of nine fighter teams, Col. .
them acceptable to the wing commander, greeted the
tit Match point Is a quarterly
ceieors' for catsup and conductedby visitors and Col. William GBethei
fighter competition
mate Juice as well as Palates TAC to match akllli In deIKeilng vice commander gau

toml toeL. a variety of weapons the Slat mission briefing. Late,

Many of our peopple In close support of Army (the cadets toured the command

expressed concern that Now ground forces, poet and were briefed on maintenance

wt have utilised all the Johnson scored 179 on the control A visit to Slit

land for tomato yearly tactical evaluation flight facllltlea Included a atatle dli

that It will be neceiiiry check The evaluation consisted play of an F-100 and ita related

vs to discontinue of written examinations and armament

tomatoes In Dade HeroI night checka testing his knOW' Concluding the afternoon'i

Wt bellevt' that the new I ledge of the F-100 systems and! schedule was a simulated ml-

letlea that art presently of hospital diet can tend to be I his abrlity to deliver a variety lion briefing given by three
log worked on will meet jf weapons on target en time. graduates of the Air Force
requirement and solve !.I Academy, Lieutenants Michael)
His Individual flying prof
r '
of our problems when may dictate that certain foods' and J. Qulnlin Carl W Cranberryand
Ifncy \ capablltles
new land has all been the menu. Of certain seasonings, I bit knowledge of .Indudln'l) Jerry L Clrard.

eel and that we will to a minimum. 4 cedures were critically evalu| The wing officers and thtl

to product tomato In has enough problems without I ited against strict wives were heals at a axial

winter months for ; food h. eats That' why T/Sgt. ,meting It Impossible hour for the cadets at the Of

)'elrl. hero at the Homestead Air Foice I' perfect score triterla'i ficer' Club gaturday'i event

The tomato research Te le .... Included derp sea flatting aboard

gum here In Dade Count a total of 18 years experience In Col. William E. the b...', two fishing boils
probably as large In the I wmmander 31it Tactical Fight The cadets art .scheduled
14 of them In Air Force hospital ,
her of acres devoted to depart early this morning foColorado >
be to
Wing wit)
t established a new tradition at the er reassigned
to research for the fresh Spi Ings Colo,
let-Nam commander of the
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ket at cm be found In ; welcomed by both patient and Ulh Tactical )
Fighter Group
I area of the United Prior to his scheduled dearturt Legal Notice
e e e ( to barbecue dinners once a month
I> early this summer the
Many of lb. picking I dS- old combat veteran will '

which have operated la of ice cream Jello, yogurt and the attend year an orientation course In 'IN 'THI COUNTY JUOail COURT'

County for the put barbecued ribs chicken, beef counterinsurgency operations IN AND FOR DADS COUMY,

months are closing their are'r sits pretty well on the palate, j(:COIN) at Eglln AFB, Fla I In FLORIDA nun: r..IN.t.PROBATE of
mow as the vegetable The 33-day school will acquaint EDITH H PORTER Dot.....

approaches Its end, meal served recently to approxi ilm.with actlona-mlllUry. pol. NO: TO IIIIICNOTICE i.RcrjiTnmVM
Many potato growers, Includlni -- T. Ail -t..I1.. ... end-All -p.mae
to growers and tome I H.In Cut'. N Po..... A..I..I

bean growers have 1 I .men. moil: \'iii1tii11ionProposal sate gt.t.r a ra hems .llfl.4 end r*.
a $
their harvest during the NCO 1 in; week, Some harvest of wkWli re. *i r *>.,. MllMlid
dining .
t tit.J eats of EDITH H FORTHtrtntut
r commodities Is expected J the tal. ..r Dttl C*..l>,
continue until about the tlorldt. (a She t.ynlr /.4... tlHid
1 .. I Force: r..tr and in. 'm
week of May, 1 when Bogged In dupllr.l. and it provide
TOOTHER BLADE of scarifying machine which bricks up rocky South Dodo toil The season haa been Bradley Iwlln taste.. Florida..ai.l.iM, .
that lr trif In Ut t t.urt
end readies it for ogrlculturc gets scrutiny during tour of county form orets what unusual, Heavy I the boi< ku.. !t. Did CttMt, KlorW nr wllhI .

lost week by 30 deans Gf agricultural colleges In the southeastern United In September last year I verbal' Plans for I multi.million do [toning change for the property, I lint ill of r Iht.I.l .tint<.r .|..ibll..'h..
Stoles Dr. Robert Conover (left), plant pathologist In charge of Subtropical Ex. the freeit In January / I far trailer park.motel.shoppln ,currently deilgned for agricultural .e Ih. iimt will kt .........
Station show blade ed production problema. when'I Dated .t III.... 'told.. thl
periment to two of the .1.I'or. (Staff photo) genera 1. pr'I.'''.'. h eve lose n die -: development In Florida City appeared use Into tl tl April, A.D., IM4
bogged down this week JOHN M. PORTICR, .
Ai i M l>t
cepUbla Some growers facility s And Mayor Joseph Tomsul Tint rubllrtllol. ..r this .ntlciM
PCA Head made a profit from James Shay, president or acid st Tuesday nights com- (lit Illk d., nf April lilt

435th Wing's C.O. tlonst others have lost at Trailer Realty Corp which pro. million meeting he has yet to Au.KOHhRT......* for W. t.HAtlCHMMY...,..,
I ey. This la probably the posed the development on U. see the contracts showing what me Hlhl.... m. rwrfae. n.,
Cites Need common characteristic She Sis month ago, failed to the firm actually Intendi to ,.... Apr II. II, ta, May I, 1KI

Introduced To AreaCol. vegetable farming the i Stall appear( before till zoning baird build
Fla.
County April a when It was to consider IN 'THE
For Service"There COUNTY JUDOS t/RT
tent the .3S fee t.
e e e i the firm's request for s Shay IN AND FOR nADI COUNTV
the amine beard for s public FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Ben J. Minslna, new icmble at Homestead AFB, and South Florida Field ) urea 751 I. REi but. ..fSV4N
commander of 35th Troop Bates Held, Mobile, Ala.Miami' Ii a good future for tarp, located four mite ; am I hearing en the atepoted ten A. CARUTROM Dw.lt.1

Carrier Wing, Homestead Air 435th Flamingo Wing agriculture and for credit In. of Immokilee on the | Water Meter lilt variance.. The beard! Uheldlni NOTICE N.TO.. ""RoC
fRlDITOR8
slituUoni that service above Ice La Belle Road, will erphoa. up t date an the
Force Bate, wit Introduced to used six C119 "Flying Boxcar"aircraft put ) T. All IndUon and All '......
Miami area pren, radio and this weekend to self," according to Charles B. a field day Thursday, !jCrnckdovJ1Ilecomlnel1ded hearing until It gets merelencrett H..ln. ('1.1.... .r Dtmindi Amlnii
drop.pproxlm.tel
11I1. &'l.
to d.talli, chairman "I
Long Jr., general of ing at 1 :30 p.m. I
television representatives and 130 Army Re. manager Ye, ir* h..h, ..,ltl" and r.
other guests and public off!. the Farmers Production Credit Vegetable production to form Frank lehrendt Indicated. ulrH I. "......, any .1.1.| | and
serve personnel of 13th Speclil .. ..
lrm di .
lema mini oktrk r fc .
will be discussed by r kar* r.I..t
clali at a noon luncheon at Forces Group at Avon Park Association, who has just returned Herman Lucerne!, In the sudl- the oat.,. ., tVKN A. CARLITRON
Paul! Everett, Dr, J, )1, ".
Homestead Officer's Club Saturday Saturday, from a three day mm- cure Tuesday night, charged S5Tu, lute yjftViT.turS"
training Institute for era and other members of of fir- the
agement
Other Saturday 435th Wing Gulf Coast Experiment their Approval of t recommended the city with dragging Its feet and rue Ih. ..".
rCA held In Columbia / .. ,
managers
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Gen. and ssld shouldn't '.w"' '
Wilbur '
Brig W Acing, reserve activities at HomesteadAFB "you toy
Ion, A tour of the obtained crackdown on water metering Flrida ... ,
SC arts
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commander of Third Air Force were commander call at plots to Include several office within the city may come before with this company." lit slid lhol, .ff,m.s ii,. Co.. Ceurt

Reserve Region, Dobbins AFB, 11 am, noon.new. media Long laid, Production Credit the tomato varieties from the Homestead city coun the firm already had made s I.house.Is' I. Did.l wtar Ov.lr. ri.rld.. mitt-.

Gi, Introduced Minglna to luncheon, tour of wing headquarters Associations are providing James Strabel's Flerlde ell Monday In the form of an deposit on the 600.scrt tract time: ft : first Mtmili:' .. .from. hrof lli

bins vliitors Third Air Force and facilities and asocial management training for employee tal plop will be a part || co- emergency ordinance The city ihould ice the firm's rOard .assewlimlt... .h..rH...
n ,1. thi.
Reserve Region has command that evening contracts to what they
on all level to keep I this Held day for prove lath dap .t April A D., "...
over 435th Troop Carrier Wing Minglna, a native of BirmIngham their services geared to tht e e t Councilman Fred Rhodes, really Intend to build, count O. RALPH IIATOUVIIEI

and other reserve unlta In seven assumed his new com changing needs of a progressive flint Injury from In, of chairman of the council's water ered Tomisil, before patting A.A.Admmllntw.... Cum TNtem.nle'

southeastern statei mind position April > followinghis agriculture" that rate committee, presented hit an ordinance letting standards 1"1" ,., ..puhlkatlo .r Ihl. .8I1r.
materials iris become
This weekend is the monthly previous assignment ai ... In group's recommendations It for the proposed development. O.'" RALPH Ih. Itch .., of April 8051
weekend training period of commander, B16th Troop Carrier He said the firmer-owned of a problem ai the Sub- the regular council meeting Aherne fw IIATOtll1ll the Eot.:..

over 1,200 wing reservists from Group at Cartwell AFB, and operated Farmers Production application rate have Sta Monday of this week and called!) The cemmltilen, agreed tea e Eo,1 )18" '1.. H.....'...
Florid. and Alabama who as- Texn Credit Aisoclatlon has 483 created over the yeara. for an emergency ordinance to further meeting with Shay, Apr Ii. II, "I Mar 1. Las.
tain fertilizer aalti burn Agri whe will be liked
te produce
t.... ... __ _. ____.___ farmer(14892000, members In capital and extended cause plants to wilt more and Incorporate them the centncti. Temiiil andCemmlditner Announcements
purposeand
oth.,.. Burning Ii Is that
operating credit to farmers The committee urging : Joseph Accwr-
by the "..It Index" and art fre ANNOUNCING
l of the area list lie will Mprei.nl the co"mminion. ( tile arrival of
year due to the effect the salt to aaaiit e Every apartment building the .
The FPA of which Long la In increasing the training constructed from now on be I ice copier X'rot copies| any-

general manager mikes ihort prenurt of the soil required to have Individual A minimum guarantee on thing the eye can see Per-

and Intermediate.term loam lion meters for electricity before store apace will be eked, feet permanent copies I on

to farmer, ranchers and ,row. The salt Index of County the cite permits It to be occu When the proposal was tint minute bond paper, Lltho In lets than one

era In Dade, Browird, Palm nitrate la 100, All other on the pied. I presented, the trailer firm Indicated 78 NW lit St,-Craft Home.teid Printers

Beach, Collier, Indian River, terlals art compared to of I It Intended to develops _
S unit have
Every living sn
1 St Lucle, Martin Monroe and relative burning effect appoint Installed water meter before I mobile home park which 'If THI LAST four numbers 9f
Okeechobce Counties, the sodium for the 'would eventually hold Snot
same weight as Is permitted I your telephoto number ii the Ii
You'll BeAMAZED Irate, Aa txamplet, the to at- occupancy unltt, as well ss a shopping time H one of our lucky
The planet Jupiter I la 1300Umei Indices for 60 per cent of these Councilman James Goading center and ultimately a 12 numbers call CI 72321 for

bigger than earth. laiilum chloride la IK; ., ,asked whether the committeeIntended itory motel. I your free movie tickets to I

n __ -nnn__ _- -_--_-- that the meter itipulationi the Palms Theatre or Brreze.
; Shay dad agreed In Mirth way Drive.in Theatre:
be retroactive to applyto
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to make further detail of the
existing units also j'A Personots
development! public by AprilS _

BROADCAST DIRECT FROM "Yew already hive such anerdlnance Attempt to contact him .1''ARE YOU
his Dante office Wedneiday hartng an Alcoholic
City Attorney
BAKER MOBILE HOMES I Vernon Turner told, the ctm- were unsuccessful FR'b4e130 "or ao.c.ll Ct 7.2887,0.for

ell help
at how easily and quickly Lentil Notice

an auto loan can be I "Then somebody In the city,, 4 Coin Collectors
I administration doeinl knowIt -- -
arranged at this bank-at COUNTRY MUSIC
I ," countered Councilman Her- A COMPtlTI
service
for, coin
low UOAL; NOTIrl
Interest rates and with .1 collectors
man Marks, who commented NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS In-ntment lull
liberal terms for repayment. I that the ordinance evidently CAMS LAW singles, rolls, proof seta gold
Nntfe. I. l h.raby al<>.. list the supplies homestead Com
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Come In, when. you're buy. i ant[ being enforced, if there I ....r.ll..4. tfMlrhif !. ....... tciM. Exchanaa 1336 N. Krome
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1s one. 5l III. fkiltlMi some bel
Tel.
lug a car. at c........... Mtdle.1'.P.nUl R.pert. .- Oren 10 to 6
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. MON. thru FRI.win I II I The council called for the attorney Strut.. .
I to research the question .. ..."... t. _,.'* .Id Came 7 Loot t Found
I and to draw up an ordinance if with the tlirk .f the Cllciitt tart '

none exists or If the existing .f D.'.. fMitr U FkEDtRICES florid.M LOST Collie older female,

!one does not meet the com Sal Pro.rlM.r p 1trr.eDte .arcL
mittee's recommendations. ik. Apr IS, II, II :Mir S, III CI T .
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"(tWOI/' Making New FHenrfi, I I 12 FomoU Help Wonted

And K pinf The OW. Boundary Part LEOAb NOTICi .
NOTICE OP DtmOLVTION Of
I IARMAIO, attractive
The Niagara River and falls, PARTNERSHIP enced. Bamboo canon. 1't
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN W. Apply Villa
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1430. flowing In t northerly direction .
.r. as lmir lndlrldu.llr ta.ld l li. after 7pm.OLOKIDlNee
m I. KROME AVE. from Lake Erie to Lake II ...rt.... In Ik. opwntlM ..f D.
Ogn o 5.05 Tr.ll.r Park .! IM NB Ilk'IwWf : (Formerly South DldeFrm.r. AT ON YOUR RADIO DIAL Ontario, a distance of 21 miles, A...... H......... 110M C."" live.In, day work etc. Come
of the
constitute
part boundary
Dink I I'J ready to work. Perrint Employment .
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between Canada and the Veiled A. C!. M..... sad
fI I I saute M.rtl. I 483 Perrine Ave.
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12 Femala, Help" Wanted i['21 Spatial. Services, 40 Homes For Sot 40 Heme, f., Sale 40.AH.mea F.e S.I. 40-A H.", For SslePerin..CrtlerLM.H 46 Far Sela ar Rent'j I 47 Apartments For Rent

Homestead Art I Homestead Area rrlneCutler.M.H.LOW : Homestead Area

JOHNSON ilrti, counter din ANYTHINO steam cleaned. -- ", SEDROOM bath, fenced bark
ln| room positions, nornlrc ATTENTION 3.110R009d S-bilh corner tot. DOWN bedroom. 2- $100 DOWN, 4.bedrooml..l.b.n ;
wheel .Lined: and balance* yard. Pi>menU $65 month, URNIHED bedroom
or evening al lta. Apply In I Blvd. eel We MUlta"Jttono Awnings, l-alr-condUon! .r. b. t h, garage, Ireplace, garage, apllt.level Bullul'I I assume GI mortgage for large
person, Howard Jonnaon'i, Homestead 1'lvr' 1ttt..Nl. lion of homes I In all price Low down payment V A fenced yard CK: S-082J, Will kitchen, refrigerator op.1 $400 Rent $100 month. CE I, apartment $100; unfurnished2bedroom.

__10201> Dixie Hwy.. Kendall ranges aa little ti $100 down. r.rsc I.'rln.. C rent boil This li a one year new; 83464aft rs pin Chllla$88, fenced yard
ADDINO MACHINIITypewrttere. :: Some for Immediate 00.. house. Kay( at Lowy. Inc CI!. Vinci I ( I 77221. The
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NEW ;
PART cr full time t. sesbtCommerrial new, used, .. cupancy We are located -- ; VA MA itII.UIII .8-5803 open every day. 47 Apartment For Rent Keyei Co.. 220 N. Krome
I Photographer.Requlrementi built. Bought, Mid, rented.Authorized outside the } SEDROOM air conditioned From $10000 dOll'n George Ave, Raltori Homestead '
type, drIvers Sale just boapllalgate houie furnlahed. $3000 down Johnion. Realtor CE $-8143NO ,"S DOWN. move In )eater-: Homeited Araa
In
to liAr and
license, willing to leant service euppllea,I'tD"ld 0 J. let help l solve Stop homing take over FHA mortgage, Cl0874. 1 -c :- day, no pimenta tin May. l 'IHID-dupltx.-R.nt rei.eor.able. .
ui
your qualifying small paymenta CI 7-0533 H 78708.
work, Call (or appointment flee Machines 1K4 N.Erome problema' Carnlne Real (- Leisure City fenced Jot No qualifyIng, big 3. AAA describes the quality atHomestead's or -
tilted
bedroom, 2-bilh
NW
399 I
CI 7.eT11 Jack Levy.PLCIPTIQNIIT : '
bedroom 2-bifi acreeneri
Ave. Cl 76422. Repilr Ea'ale Broker, 8382812 LC 188th i newest 4 flneitiddreii.
,
all makea.SOB'S 84001, CE 8-3444. SEDROOM.! 2 bath, FU.A yard- 11835 SW St porch, cirport 12501 SW 187Ter. Visit our furnished AVI., HomeiteadURNIHED .
typlit. atuac 618 NW 12th St. NO immediate O : Drive by and call ui.. mold I I apartment 4 2bedroomapartmenta.
live, vivacious, local 'rf i.Perrlne ; ";;-nlre ( eitmatei. ., qualifying 4 Inc. CE 8- 8803,, open dally I
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ree
iv OWNER IO.roomhou. down, 3-bed Kay Lowy. and note the decorator In- No adults
pots
Employment, 482 Per.
rlne Ave. CE 12341.IICUTAIIY.st.no :Trimming, topping remeUng. plus' cirpori and utility room I: room,rh.th. no coita South open every day, tenors, the glass shower en* only, See them any diy ex*

Ask for Bob oUndi r Reasonable down piyment 1 1------ Dixie Really CE 8-H18. __ $20400; ,- hom-cornr-Iot, closures and all electric rcpt Sunday. 211 NW Sib St
MO 8-102J.
attractive" $18800. O78270.- ;-: __ i_____ OUTSTANDING-value 'Sbed: 3.bedroom. 2-bath in $30,000 I kitchens, not to mertlon our. Phone CI 7-7144, George W,
shorthand, typing light book iparkllng pool and alrcondltlonrd
; Smlth.
COM'UTI terationi.. tall"- Pines hiM
CBS bedroom, IVbath 2'4cm. Whliperlng area
room, l'.-bilh 100x100
keeping Perrlni Employmenf482 room room, carport, : comfort The rent -
Ing. Ex perreiwnible.! CII $ with !' reduced to till now well fl
Perrloe Art. CE $. "'4285. I ID acre $16,:&. MIrl' 162nAl iprlnklera, fenced. 13243 SW lot tropical landscaping. pieced, Better hurry, CllflMendleion i Scarcely more than an a>erage FURNIiHIo'l 4 2bedroomapartments
fruit 'Ireea. screened In 1-block from
2341 apartment much
300 St. :ir Realtor CE 8.. older
tr-inBllfe>)> CI 741471. ,
iNOiIflNt time, SOc room buildings alko special ium. rood Filr-bui station, adulta.
WHITI
mild' Monday thru thereafter, Alas lawso eervlc DUPLEX $14,7507: -Corner; lot. SI41 $W 110th Ave, Colored schools fc .hoppV", center 8241. mer rates, Colonial Apart- 143 N. Flaglcr Ave

Frtdiy. CI 7-8887 Cl 78541WAI7REUES. reasonable Call CE S1840 I Z.bedroomb.lb, Florid 3-bedroom H.th. dining Low down payment no cloi 40-P Homes For Set meets 110 NE 10th St, man' ti niL' LEE-=NFcelyTurnlih-;
lop, VISA terma. 11825
easy 108. Phone
Apply Breed room each aide. TerrifIc room florid. room fire. So. Miami/ Area8Y n. r.rtml'nt ed effIciencies 4roomi
LAWNS to mow after wheel lweekenda. > SW 185lh St., open. apartments
,
value term DrlikelBrokerLCE atone 4 ,
Inn Drug store, 202 N. a 7 2828 alter I. eair place refrigeratorlot ._---- $10 week, $30 month
Krcnn Ave. 1 8-8521. 75x1731: amoll down $PLiYTreveTTb7droorn: 2:bith"acreened OWNIR. excluslvrstock ALL alr-condlUoned, pool I. 4 up 17 N. Krcme Aye CI

WAITRESS' 2l"Vollei LAWN aervice 12.yean expert i :iliLi by-owner, large 3. EI'm.nt with easy termi. porch, large kit Lake bedroom, 3-bith. Mali I bedroom apartments, Also 76528KBYIWAY.
by only
over appointment
enl'f. dependable, reliable then and close room. Like utility room, screened I Studio Beautl. *
bedrm home, hardwood or apirtmenti. Motel Florida City!
Reitaurint Cl 74302. Key Realty, 361 5311. ,
reiponiable. CE 80605.ME'O loon, FHA cftmmltmen new, priced to wit. Bette filtered pool, central air A fully furnlihad. Homeitead'a
wTntEMEiT"experienced. i $14,600. 601 NB: 14tll St.rRAME hurry CarmIne Real Estate, central oil heat closets, flreit apartment houie. Apartmenta, etftclencleiroomi
A MAID CleanlnfcTron 40-A Homes Far SoleP.rrlne.CutIer.S.M.H. : E"i moderate rites week
;:
Iran arnica, food money Broker, 338-2812, CE 8-4001, closets, near Palmetto 231 St CI 7-4761.
guannteed after try out.Darb'I leg babysitting, full (time house, 7-room in gocondillon. : CE 8.3.... Schoola. 6885 SW 129 Ter.. Iy Call CI 74580..ARCS .
part time, Uncle IIvf.OuLNo Reasonable buyer CE SJ224. Aii OND., heated S 4 1.
H. 29820 S. federal fees to you. Careful move baum Cl 7747$. A BIO new Hat of resale homes TILL US your Real Eatate bedrm. apti. furn. by diy or Furnlihed 1-bedroom
screened with reference Juit received Only $100 problems, I'll bet we can week or month Cl 78984.APAR7MEN7"and apartment 170 NW 18th Sty
WHiTI motel mild year Perrlne Employment, 482 KAMI bedroom, 1.bith no aolve It. We 'I'n. trade rent, 40-D Florid Keys Properties > lelae.

around regular work. Cl 75050. Perrlne Ave. CE 82341. house, afloctI7.47 M500 total ro 1hldpl 'lna'fl' at i manage, Cliff )Mendleion, ; houseT _

cost, $74 month. attheie Realtor CE 9241., TRADE approximately S-acre Well. \Home Rentals, 88 NW .ARCI bedroom furnished
OLD uhloned script tenmirihlp. per lnou Bth St. CI 8-0253: Broker. a part mint. $80 month for
WHITI maid. Apply Jolein Mo. Diploma', charter, Bblei. HOMESTEAD :: i r-; ;unfur-; will go (ut VA $100 down big Cbedroom2biUi bay to ocean Elliot Key In long term Merrltt Arm, 104

tel, JI020I 8. Federal Hwy. : etc. 2710284.ORDERS nicked CBS duplex, 2.bedroom Dixie Realty CE: 8-1818. Florida room, carport eluding fractional aide for submergedland unliolated BRAND new 3-bedroom unfurnlrbed NW 12tb St. CI 7-7358 or ice

>> tile bath front and AT $21,000 this custom built 4- kitchen equipment op bay aparimenta with _agent Apartment 1.
13 Milt Half Wanted i o( $10 or more planed rear porches, utility room, bdrm., 3-bath home la a fiveaway. tional. Kay It [cay, Inc u property or house bay thru or sieve 4 refrigerator, air- D'iiN
free. See our patio and hardwood floors. Only $1000() 8-8803, open every day.J ocean Plantation Key conditioned Corner NW 4th 1 and 2badrm.fsro.
CARRIER Boyi lmm.dlal'r..nl stepping atones all alxe. doe, For details call CE 8* 18x21 living rtn. Wiresifireplace Matecumbe. Clear title, Box St. t 4th Ate. CI '1.Ull.L' ., weekly or monthly
and deilgna. It t,01.1..11 walla13x28 BEDROOM, 1-bith large 84T Coral Cablet.KIIY .
round equare, many 7082.HOMESTIAD. _ rates available Call CI 7-
: (or carrier hens In CE 8-7813. Bill Hot Fla rpom: pool 4 patio, screened patle !lot 85x105 : quiet 3-large roomi 2232 for appoint

irt-u Call Circulation mann Nursery, 21105 .. DlxiUwy. 3 bedrooms, .Ir- ond. 4 heat, foyer entr Assume existing mortgage, LARGO 5xBO fto trailer Nice refrigerator stove good ,
DepU Cl 72321. tiled bath, 12x22 (Studio or 4 fully equip. walnut, kit.wbmesklist $88 month pays all 18811 SW lota, boat: ramp, fishing pier: bed, large jird. 2adultaM .

COOK, ihort order experience Family room), excellent condition area Cor. m- 87th Place.tBIDROOM, swimming area. Only S15R5DO NE 12th St t Only Iapartment '* Classified Display *
beautifully landacap.ed acre on i quite wooded St. down payment, $23.38 mo
idvincemenu.breakfait. permanent Dirby'i, 29920 with;: LUCKY Number 727. 12750. One half caih. Whispering, Pines Low dn 2-bith, central J. B. Kennaiton Properties.

S. Federal Hwy, see Mr. Cox.DRAP7MAN QUICK With Laundromat near wheels, shops, churchea. pmt. Call owner CE: 80487 or hut, built.la atone, oven, refrlgeritor P. O. Box 151, Key Largo CYPRESS Motel efficiencies,
... Immediate poiieiilon. 421 JE 8-1122. I awnIngs, fence It 852 5783. CE 5.7992.1O.WiOI i roomi Reasonable riles by TABER
ex p7rlenced. epen dally l from 7 a m. Ul 11 NW 7t1t SL (5 7-3001 extra, No qualifying 11831 day: week er month. CI
arreened
aupervlied, eon BY OWNER tn trailer rentals and 0887.: l'r
tins opportunity. Pemne with Employment lirgi Iltfl"fd air, drop off aervice PIOUS' on 24' .irrti off"Coco- pool.patio, 3-bodroom, 2- SW 172nd St. CE: S-2704.- elf. apt., dockage, on the _ t o Mail'

concern 482 Perrlne A\e. CE 8- colored TV children' coma nut Palm Dr. Cl 3647.. bath, 2-cir 11 rage, built.In BEDROOM.. Immediate oc. Oulf. Weekend with ua. Cult- DUPLEX bedroom 7'1 \I Estate BrokerLetihemetAcreite
It snack bar. 55 SW Bth St. | oven 4 counter range Rcasonable. cupancy, )lowdown, payment, stream Trailer Court, 880 $85. Adults Cl 7470.Iff. .
2341. Iloneatead. HOUSE, 804 NW bib St:3: : CE 8-1247. Just Il11or1,.,.. Excellent lo* I 37th M Mirithnn Drive-Florida
City
subsidized 2.b.th. Cl 7-3647.IP citlon APT* no children, $06 Palm
I schools CE
INTIRVIIW for SIWINO MACHINI repiln.tree bedroom. COMPARE $14,000. 3-ord ihopplng. .41 Lots For Sale pel.. a78523.PURNIHED : .
Prefer 82258.:
college, .
tilci petition checkups or all mikea :YOU .. .liliTorqul.t a room 2-bilh close ta all faclUtiei. : .
religIous ittUliUoni, mir.rled 33-ri.. experience. l->'r. free country home, thia laIII 4W-i VA mortgage (100 DOWN and low monthly EIGHT 25-foot( residential loll tbtd.tIPrt _
over 21 must be service on all repairs C, J. Wo won't, even charge for monthly l payment $78. Open psymenta for a bedroom. 2bath In Florida City M.nol'Total ment all utlllllei, $80 month

permanent resident presently Dilller Cl 71828.SIWINO the home 10 acres o! high 11 to 8 Sat 4 Run CE 5- home In Cutler Ridge. price 1:100IM: $250 down CI7-4743. _ CALL

Call employed I 887-7538, tnuit for hive appointment cir.- Service, hems, plat _ptnelind 1-bedroom only $2200 frame per house acre 0864. .venln,.. 9080 BahamaDr. Several to choose from Car. and $20 monthly, or will split PURNISHED' 1-bedroom apartment :
nine Real Broker
to take our aptitude ex.mlnatlno. sowing, altering, mending free J. E. Elle, CI 77221 Estate e-40tll = In half with, $123 down and $65; efficiency I $45. Call
Ask for Mr. Sidney Call CE 8-448 after 3 p.m.TYPING The Keyea Co.. 220 N. Krome DRIVI by 11881 SW 185th 3362812. CE CE 83444. $10 monthly Taber, Realtor. before 9 a m. or after 8pm.CI73B36. .

Ave. Keallora, Homeitead. Street Three bedroom, 1U BOO Palm Dr. 6FUCHS
INSURANCE trainee, guaranteed lJ'ro rourTUtTO. bath. Large corner lot Carport (100 DOWN and $89 month I
$80 week Aggressiveperson. fflee. Cl 7 >. IN HOMISTEAD bedroom circular drive. $11- bays a large bedroom Sbith 46 Per Sole or RentAft&l 1 CloiilH.d Display 1 -

Ptrrln Employment, mowing;. Sickle ba 2-bith CBS house. comer 600.00 FHA George Johnson home la S. Miami Ii .". Rul litate Broker
412 Perrlne Ave., CE MMAITIR clean 4-bedroom, 2
lot. Only $400 down, no dosing Realtor CE 84143. heights Quick occupancy.
whirlwind. CI 1-803.
"' -or J. E Elle, CI77221. The Cirnlne Real Etale.' Broker, bath unturnlihed 8341 8W187th
;H".V A 'dm' 'TO SELL 'ACREAGE
Barber wanted, 803 reiilei, $100 sale $500:
TREES trimmed topped removed Ke>ea &; 220 N. KromeAe 336.2H2, CE 5.4091 l. CE 8- Ter. For Mamie P. Smith
N. Krome Avt. keya to all homes Cliff $140
Bess reliable ., Realtors, Homestead 1 3444. take over VA. For lease HIGHWAY
eiperDynimltlng. Mendleaon, Realtor CB: B.82U. : .
87354.Clottifi
month. CE:
: :
MAN to work on ,poultry llirt'l Poul(arm Cl 4i2S.( UIStiil- CITY, new section,i _____ $iob DOWN VA-resale, need I Re|. Real Estate Broker FRONTAGE &

APPI/11I person, 6\V 2481k fit CI TV REPAIRS at your home bedroom conditioner, carport. acreened awnlngiair ilD'A room, bedroom: not be veteran, 3 bedroom acreened Dlsplay1 "Doll HOUM" OTHER PROPERTY
2-bath
Wra, Hale CE 8-IJ67. carport, I
77429.MED built-in CK: kitchen
porch. $750 down, no qualify carport porch atone fc refrigerator.Kay 1 2 Bedroom Home 1300.00

picking bout 4 conveyer .WI DRILL holra. Tpit\ Tree ing. Howard Perkins, ReaLatate and, only refrigerator$385 down no and qualifyIng !$82- i LoW)'. Inc, CE: 8.8(03 $6(00 par mo Immediate 205 N, Krcm AY,

mechanic trainee,, mechanical -5l1rublK-", Ph. Cl 77764, Cl 7 H43.LOOKINJ month Kay 4 Lacy, Inc., -open__ every day OPEN 1 TO S occupancy upon qualifying. (U. S, 1))

22 to aptitude II marrIed neeeiiary.willingto Frank Irvine, for I dry and CE: B-SS03 every day $100 DOWN, 3-bedroom .. 17920 SW 93rd Avt "Nice Home
age Florida City
travel and study for advanced healthy frame home at a IMMIDIATI bath, built-in kitchen awn Level Extra 2 Frame Homes
aervice. occupancy onforerlo.urt Split Many
XIROX 814 Per.
copy rock bottom price fenced month
Then legs, yard. $82
in service CI 7-4012
position olrid bargains Price Near Neva
nearest copies on bond King; Cooper
PIP.rm.de
Tirnlne Real
at 886 SW Fifth St, pays everything.
sales Call Cl 7 23SS.OUTSIDI $10,500. $59 month all GEORGE JOHNSON
In leta than one ml" City. Newly renovated, onebedroom paya Estate, Broker 1362(12, CE $5000.00Sab.divlahos
adjutter experience lit*. Utbo. raft Printers, 7NW : and bath large73x150 Two new bedroom homes 8.4001, CE $4d44.IVUYONI 1..Itor-C1 8-5143 .
oversized Iota in Avocado
helpful but not required, lat fct. homestead loot, corner! in excel.lent on carport, tile bath, wall Land. AcreageLota YOUR "
must hate car Apply Time Finance residential loutlon.rrlC'e4 grove to wall carpeting 2-blocki READS I I Jtualneia Key property -
Service, 334 Waihingten -, 22 Iniurenc it $7500 for quirk school I shopping Lucky CLASSIFIED PAOESIif < RenlaJe.We REALTOR IN 1HIREDLANDS
Ave. cab''e, Tiber, Realtor, 000 "GOOD BUYS"
Palm Dr. you. CE 8.3164. i\ welcome your listings

COUTImea South DideBordcn'i -. HOSPITALIZATION Insurance LARGE' .. iWm' .ARGI fenced back )' bath 2 car Call Ua TodayCI Richard Rd. at Klngi Hwy.
has pool home, .rD.1 Classified Display } bedroom S gir
Dairy opening
Guaranteed Rencwtble
Soc all acea. 3-icrei. bedrooms, Priced to 73531 CE 14144 7-3967
fenced yard 7-3966
age,
for home delivery rout.tralneea for 1 life Cl 74088. v Jl ep:2fr for oil8'i: $430 down, no eloaln, .
with terms,
In South Dade area, 25 Horn lauders eftult 26900 SW 187th Ate. Jim Ltle, Cl 7-7221 or CE 8- DOWN sell 140 N.W. lat Avenue
work week. Calary $500
8-diy
CI a.otl3.: 2258. The Kevei Co 220 N. 20 acres high glade land
while training alck leave Insuranceretirement andpaid t Repairmen Krome Ave. Realtori, hlonme'stead. Urge i bedroom, 1 acre 3 bedroom, 2 bath on IViacrei. I I south o( Florid City hiss
Wi bedrm., l-bath, electric Financing cm be arranged
been far 9
not
tacatlon. Cain bond re- AAA CONS1RUlOiUid' kitchen Sit 900. $700 down home. Monthly paymenta planted yeart.

d5'Pt.lltblt.Ptrlon at dltloni call Willy lelntedLl Lewli wit Cl J 7-0452 925 NW ARSI patio: li pool with I lliln- $127. 27240 SW 165th Ave. ALL EXCLUSIVESCould. $550 per acme,
13101 71808.'ADDITIONS. less steel Newtone Bir.BQbuilt
8th Street UN $2152. Will trade equity S bedroom, 2 bath home,
In red brick. 3-bedroom,
:
SAVINGS t Loin. Openings and Remodeling I briad 1500 down plus ., colored. 7 duplexei, Inveitmint property with
NicsTTb7droom i l-bath. 2 bath, dish wii.ier, garage, new
14 unlti. 1 bedroom 1 bath
new aceounti reiionible Free val. Owner
tor secretary Billable, eitlmitei. 800 down take over .110"1 Intercom Mud see to appreciate closing costs FHA mortgage. 1l00.fllllIIn
Interviewer and telleri. Po CE 8-7981.MO 1-1148 balance and $18,400 lIlA mort, each. Rented for ass per open to cfferi.
paymenta. TODAY
MOVE IN
Illoni available In Cutler month unit. Oroia income .
per
19815 SW POtts I'l, $10,500:
close In
and 3.64. gage. 19 acres ,
Ridge and Coconut Grove, ADDITION remod.llnr $100 down completely redea- over $0000 wilt sell all
Apply personnel officer, 3051 new type OW 7iTtirTnife7redr; <*3.feT Whispering Plnea..: CEB11M... : orated homea. Monthly p.,. nt down, balance In I )'1'1.Conl.d or part 185 feet on North Krome

Grand Ave., Coconut Groviortelrphone by licensed and Iniured con 2-bath home In Lei- Ave Motel $0500, 39?'
room, menu aa low aa SM Including area,
tractor. CE 3883.: Circle 7 2321 11
CE 8 2881.: PHONI .Irl. E. Berger at
curs CIty, Priced for quirk everything Qualified buyers Ten good square acrei high down Terma to suit buyir.
Urt'iInd ..Ie, down. Cl 71999POOt' THIY BRINO RIIULTII
'IMO
PRANK Deli Painting
14 Mala ft Female Iniured. Workminihlpguaranteed. cm enjoy Homestead exemption ABE ROSIN ASSOC. & dry with a S bedroom, car.

Help.Wanted CI 7-2257. and patio "beautlfuT Stop by and pick up our REALTORS port, Florida room, cottage S duplex lota A-l location,
bedroom, 3 bath home "j Classified Display 1 up to date Hit of available and large utility Priced to 115,000, 20%" down, termi.Cential .
IU' drIV.r W.,. week, 1'0.1. McMICHAIL A SON pllntlng bane and snack bar homes of all alma, Absolutelyno l (35 N. Emma CI 74081 sell Only $24,000 with goodterms
or female, mutt have chiuf. acrrened patio )
Work guaranteed llcenwd second mo-tgagei.: ,
(era llcenae. CI 7-0593. after hardwood floori. Very large $100. DOWN I' air-conditioning and
Insured CI
4:30. and 71M4. family room. Fu'ly equippedall BILL REILLY Realtor heat, wall, to wall carpeting
I bedroom 2 bath fenced Halt homaillea In beau
acre "
electric ,
1
kitchen Central Like Mulberries?' throughout S bedrm., 2 bath,
WANTED full or part timecieuliUc PAINTING and paperbancinjC alr-condltlonlng, oversized Scar back yard, hurrlrana awnhnga 29345 Klngman Rd. tiful pine trees on Farmllfe 7x
bmith. CE 83542. I w. have nice tree lot complitely I fenced
J iileimin good garage Mua' be ...".1 I built-in range and ovan. : AllUre CitySPECIALS a vary lid near South Dade High
haa beautiful shrubbery,
of them for aale. Price 110.
commission paid for new aubicript'ens.
PAINTING. Uceued, Iniured Call nowl Miry Hoffman CI School Excellent Termi.
Call newt Mary Hoffman I. I
Call for 1 with
Interviewapiolnt I Josh been reduced from $1J- sprinkler system own
7-7221. after 8 CI 7-
I
Neat and clean work. Buford m.
p
a 7-2321 CE 6- Adini. CI .3tot.. 7369 The Keyea Co: 220 N.:, S CI 7-7221. Cl 7-7301 after 900 to $12,800, The tree la Bee ua on your Real Estate pump. City sewers and wet-

. --- Krome Ave., Realtor, Home p.m.THE located Oft a 76xl83-foot Problime. Competent, quail- .r,. 'I ,300.

WHITI man or woman with II luilaeia Property stead KEYES CO. New 2 bedroom duplexes lot Just west of Radland lid. Fled Peraonnil.

. chiuffer'i license for drivIng .bedrm'CBS ', $18,98500. Call Ul for Infor Included U a 8, bedroom 2
r Call CI T.o\93 after 4:30: SMALL 2 on' 220 N. Xrcmi liltr'i, H'ated with KATHLEEN
mation. bath CBS house carport
DON'T miss (liii buy. $4x48 fenced 34-icre lot. LI 7 8279' VELMA S. GRAY
: IS Waik WastedFemale'iAIYSITTINO CBS building on US I, binkInanclng and patio. Mortgage
( SIS,010, balance SWIMMING POOL bedrm.,. 2 Bedroom furnlihed hOUM, payments only $65 a month. REALTOR NEWTON
In my home cash, price $30,000 Partners 2-batb on acre a quarter. -- with enclosed garage, Fenced City water and electrle but
1 cilaiolving.I must nil. Box (32Couldi. Sell or trade One mile fromhtedlands ECHOI.ICHOIICHOIDeluxe yard No Qualifying. Small 257 N. Krome Aye
, Call CI $0244. no city t..... Call ua to etc Realtor
Cl i 7:2851.APARTMENT Elementary on monthly payment CI 7 08(7 Miami CE: 8-0850
. CHllDCARImy home, Leliure Newton Rd Owner LI 7-5522 this one now | Rt 1 Box 103. Homestead

City, reasonable, experi house nIx units or Fa 33304.UTOPIA Country Home 3 bedroom t bath home with anda I..
: _____ We have a filling statIon I
completely (urnlined, good ----
enced. CI 7 8323: .
t .: return. 3 75-foot hole nosed extra ordinary) ;l. CI 7.3343Echos 2 Fla. rooms, large lot. $800, hotel for lilt at vary low
CHILDCARE home of lure City CBS 12 Florida down payment No qualify
1 U my experienred. business, plenty room forman pllcel.
0 reliable, reasonable: units Only $25000 with room, fireplace, filtered pool, Jordan, Realtor ing. ONE STOP SHOPPING
CI 7-5492 termi Call near HATB, phone CI 7 2188
good Margaret
r _________. Pnnklln. Cl 7.)837. CE 808M or CI 7-3432: today for de. Call ua for loll, acreage endrent.ll A. F.Galbraith
BOARD OF REALTORS
I ECHOE.ICHOEECHOEMOVE THRU TIlE NEW SOUTH DADE
DO YOU need caretaker for
I Velma taila and to them.
. : Cray, Reiltnf appointment tee. we hive .
- MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE REDLAND REALTY COMPANY
your home during lummer May-Rent Rodin Aiioclate,

months small aalaryT Lady 39 Fermi & Und For Sol Bill Reilly, Realtor._ _, -- -' ANNIE B. SMITH NOW HAS ACCESS TO EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS or
with pension desires such 37 REALTORS IN SOUTH DADE, STAFFED WITH *13
lira. Hewn, CI 80848.IRONING. XEROX Ccptea of dead mort-. RIGHT IN Realtor Reg. Real lirete Broker SALESMEN. WITH TillS IN ADDITION TO OUR HUNDRED .
IY OWNER, 10 acre grove gages and other valuable pa CI 7-8WS or CX -2324 317 N. Krome A".. AND HUNDREDS OF LISTINGS SURELY WE' CAN
; 1-day aervice Will 82230 acre CI 7.8278. I made In aeeonda while
pera Modern S bedroom CBS with Ill South Krome Ave. Cl 7-2621 FIND TilE RIGHT PROPERTY FOR YOU.
I pickup deliver CE 4545 you "'.it. Utho-Cnft Print-,
r I n.. Ac...... I era, 78 NW lit St., Home spacIous screened Florida I
WILL care (or child I to .. atead. room. Neai Jr. High S tIe. S bedroom 2 bath home on IVi pine studded acre lite. Filtered .

. 2680.C years. old, $10 week. CE SIB IN THG Re .land.. B.-.crel in mentary Scboola. Price $11,- 2 bedrooms, carport stove and refrlg. near Leliure City 4'/i* swimming pool, wood burning fireplace, built-in range
the plnei. Good terma or I-BIOROOM. Ibith, carport be anumed. H.JOO. down 191 mo. $6,830. and down.
liar; mortgage may oven, just redecorated $24.900 $2,000 to 15000
down
better for caih. Valencia patio. Price $7500.15472 000 YEA cries, $350 ,
Instruction Offered noon Dr. Leisure City. Cl 7- .
Rcilly. CI 7-3B93
$6330 month taxes
' 5538.I'h.ACRES. per plus Spicloua 3 bedroom home near HAFB In good neighborhood Attractive S bedroom CBS plenty of closed. oak floors newly .

PIANO lessons, bjiniiMrs': 40 Homea For Sele and Iniurance? on extra large lot. 112x105 Well lindwaped circular drive, painted inside and out, roof 1 year old Cloie to school

,I Jankewnkl. CE--83323. Homeateod Area nice cottage! with carport. awnings, Florida Porch, built-in range, refrigerator, I91SO $49 M per month after reasonable down payment.Large

PRIVATB piano lesions: your big unfumUhed.shed will sell$5000.:furnlahed No Dickinson Realty pump and well $400 down, only $85 per mo Includes taxes and
or
8 home or mine n.i.I.Ct'U. DiMiami. ALL NEW and modern, belt reasonable offer will be re I' Realtor insurance on FHA termi. No closing COlts, move right In 1 bedroom I bath home complete with wood burning

.. 8440. R SW Hilt St. 86788. -I home buy in llomeitead fused. Also have 48-foot 51 NW Hth fit, CI 755)4 113,200. fireplace, screened patio, 2 cir garage, tile roof on 129-

Urge three bedroom, two Spartan trailer, 2-bedroom, _. foot corner lot. $21,000 $4000 down.
SWIMMING instruction will balls on 4-acre, $2100 real nln. W'I49'f1.cl' n 3 bedroom, 2 bath estate home with full size pool, cabana,
., come to your borne to teacb $122 per month. No cr.ri Sould. 20650: outdoor Bar-D,Q, circular drive, Florida Room wood burning Attractive btdrm.. turn home on corner lot, less screened
beginner, advanced on water c 1: ballet letioni. Private 01 (Melody Manor). Allen Realty >)>. Can be lien anytime on full acre Excellent neighborhood $28,000, HI per month.
.. group Initructiona, guaran. a LOGOD.AnUCTIVI or phone evening after I Perfect Permanent CopIes cores
teed renulti. CE 8-8962. S p.m. CE 83273.if Spotless 2-bedrm, 14-bath home. Huge Florida room, oafloor. '
I- 2./. bedroom of your valuable papers 4 bedroomi, 2 batlii, with 2 car garage, half acre opposite
.. carport, garden plot all OMIt, lot In NW aectloa.
l, 19 Mu.lc.D.ncl/tl-D"m. home, built-in atove $390 Clcmifitd Diiploy printed on bond paper. golf course at SW 141 St. and 85th Ave Central A/C and Hilt, on
I 1 down, balance leu thin rent I WelUo-Wall carpeting $25.750 FHA conventional terma. 117,000 furnlihed, $18,500 unfurnlabed.
; GUITAR PIANO leaiooa, adranced ymca CbilU, a 7-7221. The (NOT A PHOTOSTAT .
4 beginner AU Keyee Co., 220 N. Krome RESIDENTIAL It DUPLEX 100-foot duplex loll in new area, close to Krome, only $2508.

u types of pIanos availablelielger AVI.. Realtors, homestead i iI No wilting coplea delivered '
LOTS
Piano Service, 34 NW -I ..1a matter of aeconda. 5-acre Mingo grove bomeilte, priced right at $12,000.
1 lit St. Homeitead Cl 73442 CLOSE IN CI 74(25 CE $2444
READ THECLASSIFIED
: -PIANO OROA N,' Guitar leiaoni. I TEDDIE SCKERER Litho-Craft Printers REALTOR REDLAND REALTY COMPANY

bum of Melody, Dadeland REALTOR Faye flogner Realtor
78 NW lat 81 Irom.iUad
MO 7-64M.Shopping Center, Miami I Cl 7-4121 CE 1423 27230 $.. Federal Highway, Naranja CIRCLE 7-4321 ... 107 N. Krome Ave. .. ,..CE4853:




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47 AportmanH For Rent 41 Hornet For RantHomatttod 61 Artkin For Sola 63 loot & Acteiaorjf 85 Automobile Deelere

Homestead Are. 1 Area Del r
Refrigeration S Air. CUT
Conditioning! 8852 SW 1781 2: INI' IBJfP Johnson out 'It AvocadoaDDr Homestea d
NIW duplex bedroom, stove,I PRINCBTON, Sroom furnished St. Ales ft Service. JUo Built ": completely overhauled. Cl 71911 or 23372771PIRRINI 1
( a refrigerator' laundry room house callable for couple, guaranteed Will sell II pair or ting
u, NW etfl Avt. ft tth St CI 7. I $50. CI 70883. .... .refrigeratorsfreezers : le. 633 NW'fith St4 Homoitead. Aulo Ales Buy -
4319. tlonera, $E3 up. Can finance O 7-3884. Sell Trade. Bank financ
SMALL 6-room house la FloeIda Licensed ft inaured. CE 8- -. --- --- In,. Call CE 3237.VOLKSWAOEN .
12 FOOT Citamirrin, 40IIP
NICI completely furnished I Palm Dr CI 7- 7213.
& 2-bedroom apartments air- ilg.7 ---- electric start' Mercury Motor porachiAuthorlrel
conditioned CO NE llth St t: CLEAN ruga, like new ao eaiy with tingle lever controls, Si;' Sen-lei f l 1
ci 7-C310.) UNFURNISHED bedroom co to do with Blue\ Uilre l Rent Trailer' Ready to go, $478. CJ Parts, Used cars OverKeyi
J tall on I%.acre.. Clean Acute 7.1171,
WILL 1-bedroom electric ihampooer 'L Wary Motors, Perrin" 238O893.
Yen lean required,
Carter Paint Store.DII'FRIEZI .
apartment air : ti.ni; $80 month lit and tact month.thr'Nr.10 --- 14-FOOT aluminum Orlando WI PAY top dollar for youi '
electrle kitchen I In Couple only. ".rublC fee Clipper boat motor ft 1
car, cub or trade, Rom MOTORS
tub enclosure, laundry, facUitlei PPeter. : Realtor, C i Hotpolnt 27229 SW 169U) N. "":.. CI 7-7391 tr'U'1 stead Motors (00 N. Federal co.r.
parking area f.r- .
Q. Apartment, 1(1NWtlh 11M. Ave. CI 2235.. U-FOOT boat and trailer $65. Hwy CI TQ854WESTOVIR .
St. Bee to appreciate. i'iiD'-OOM f;;;ilb d-j7: ; ELECTRIC stove, door need C17.7231.

SMALL furnlnhed houae, 110 month. CI 7-0868) repairing but burner cook i'i:POOT CablaTcruTier ft-trailer Pontiac and SOUTH DADE'SI
week 34 SW 5th Ave, Flo.. MCDROOM furl _good Cheap 882 NE 4th Ave outboard Evlnrude 29 HP Tempest 201 Civic (,1. Cl T-
completely 3621 CE B-
or 0054.
-..Ida City. a 7-3814. Uhed country home I CI 7: ILECTROLUX lalei and ...... Perfect condition $678 or +
8202. Ire Uaed cleaners F. E. beat offer Phbne a 7-8125
MIDROOM luml.b.d.p.rt. 1
me tit, free automatic washIng Shaw, 613 NW 9th Ct, Homestead d.)'., CI 7-1754 nights S6 Automobiles For Sole I LARGEST AUTODISCOUNT
1.3IDROOM cottage furnished Call CI 7-8971 FOOT outboard
machine 460 NW 6th St. CI 7-M61. : Cabin 40 ,

_Cl 7-3681.- ;;;; _. FILTER ft vacuum for backyard B-147//good! fiihlng, $323. CE BANK Repoiieiilona. Good har-i
t AND bedroom ..p.rlmeDIIlurnl.hed MIDROOM completely furn pool, used one month talni on late model care, financing i
CI 7433. Jibed with nice furnitureeverything CE S JlSfl.Cl Century available Call Mr.
7- 1 FOOT Inboard
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mo.'ero, prlvat.r."trt HOUSE
: Shanks, CI 7.1311.
utility Fisherman with top i I
MIDROOM furnished apartment home. CI 77600. VACUUM cleaner $10;
r bilge 2 16'
outrlggera,
1
pump
NW 2nd Ave apartment alto dinette : CADILLAC
408 am.a. $200. Polloh-
furnished, Florida $30.$151 70 IIP Marine Priced to
1-BEDROOM house, good clean room, $129 month. 26900 SW maple;. bedroom act tell at.tBl5.. Laywn ,,Marine, ed 7th ft su CI 7-sooi!o. 428 NW

furniture, Urge grounds all 187th Ave CI 80453.MIDROOM US 1, homestead .1 AUTHORIZED DEALER

like new Call CI 74143, furnlahed house GRANDPA'S Trading Pod I 2::0-FOOT: Powercat Trimin UNKINO/ 1932 Plymouth, all FOR. .,
after 7 m. CI 7-7665. Pawn Shop, 28750 S. Federal for CE',
p parts sale good Urea.
furnished $85; 1-bedroom.1-bedroom 2-balb plrlm.nlS60 $129Dlrllnion Hwy,, Nannii. We .tlirfJI1old "' 8'ontoft' bunk" seats gas, 2 JtI. B-2698 cvenlnga.ONTIAC. SIMCA X1 *' Chrysler' Core.Tkli Big Little 4 door car gets up to 40 ml per
I.IIDROOM nicely ;
$80 month Adults 1 Realty, 81 NW ) or ft trade.silver Guaranteed .. 'Rillon Seminole trailer, A' '69 la very good, ,el. It'. I* good the factory gives a S yeor, 50,000 mile warranty.

SW 144 Ave, 444.zi128710 14th St. CI 7'8534. expert watch ft jewelry dealers! coat Larson Marine. condition radio heater, 6-1) Price 11595. F.O.I. $195 Down and $47.93 par month Including Intorait.

1-BEDROOM, 2bath furnlihedutlllUei d 2.IIDlloO'-nell"11fUMiT.hPcJ; repair.Filia hand engnvlng _tlSIIDme.tud._ new tires new automatic # This Swedish welt built car sells itself, III compact, comfortable
VOLVO
included" SIlO month. home dose to bate, CI 7-8964 CI 74721I 24 FOOT cabin cruiser newt, transmission $350. Cl 7- 0112.1 and roomy. The S models to choose from, even a station wagon.

28000 SW 287th Ave. CI ..2 MDROOM unfurnished G deepfreeze, upright, 20- painted, Motor A-1. CE I: 1'57 CHIVY' sportroupej Auto transmission. now available, Priced from $2295.00 P.O.I.

_0453.MIDROOM. bouie $70 month CI 7-4743. t bio feet, like new, cod 8778. beat offer. CI 84)933. I Englandifinctriporti car ,In it* price range, There see
$550 new, will sell half Lone' TRIUMPH
apartmenturn- Cadet al I I 1'57 Chevrolet 4-door Station- fivamodelttachooia from I
2.IIDRooM built-in Hove,) price. CI 73143. 259 NE 3rd including the all now Spitfire
fiberglass boat, windshield,
lined.. CI$65 73337.month plus. utlLWei. acreened porch. CI 7M13.IIDROOM ltd, LaRue WlllJami Hobby leering.. Seminole trailer, 2i', tinned"" ,on.1I, clean power CI ,7-3337.air roo ell.I Prices alert at $1599.00 P.O.I. :

nouie In food location Shop, liP Mere 250, at only $225down. ./ Ifo,'| finest Car for both family au end Neill''

1 AND ROOM efflclenclei and. CI 70581. Layaon Marine, US 1, 183 Renault .owner Good ALFA ROMEO Double overhead cams, aluminum .",1".. This car e
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..p.rlm.n"Complel.l, furnlihed. LUCKY Number 8147. Homeitead.J7' .
triniportitlon. CE 84400.iO I. /
Grove Motel, Krome 1;-t AND bedroom homes I put together with perfection I
ii T iitpjrddrum 17' 8" glaiiMerc bo.t 8D lIP
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for rent. Frank A. Vellantl, Sparkle WHITi Falcon itatlon. ,
of home.stead
miles N.
Ave. >
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Realtor. CI 7- 25.3.BEDROOM set with 2-iymblta, trailer, 38-mliea per wagon, straight Kick radio. TERMS ARRANGEDTO
$50. After I p.m., CE B-2859, hour, open ft fully equipped Flnt otttf of $895 taker ItC1JB790. ;
2-bath home -" CE 5-6756 after 8 p.m. BANK FINANCING
IAS BDRM. apU. turn. ft un furnished $100 month Red- HOUSEHOLD, furnishings i for :
furn. DeCarlo Eoterpriaei\ Inc land Rd. 4 14th 6U CI 7. 2-bedroom home completewith Ital 17' Arlito-Crift Funllner 1962 DODGE Lancer automatic SUIT YOUR NEEDS

26151 So Fed Hwy., Nirinji m%. ippliancei. CI 74683. with I InlCk't trailer, topside 1'62! air-conditioned, radio, excellent I

CI 7-8283 or CI 7 8428.2BIDROOM ROOM cottage 778 W. Palm HEARING Aid bitterlel. Johnson 40'a with itarleri ft .condition $1450..CE ft8959. -'

Dr. Fie City Evenings Flasher ft ,Soni 141 N. generator. A-l, $429. down
furnished 011 duplex NW Krome Ave., Homeilead.HOLLYWOOD Layion Marine; US 1, Home-: 1962 Volkswagen[ A-l condition USED CARSCONVERTIBLTS -
no month Apply. 4-ROOM, bath, furntihed. Ideal stead a 76903.
3rd Ave CI 84293.1MDROOM for retired couple $65 mo. wheelchair, excellent ----
Fla. City. CI 74581. condition CE 8-9413. IN3 MFG 19' Seaway hardtop .
apartment, 153 with swivel lounge eats, bittery 87 Trailers For Sale : COMPACTS
NW lit St. CI 78848.2BEDROOM t41 NI 14th St., 2.bedroom 1. JALCO aluminum awrlnn' aa- ft ,.box, lights 110 Mercruller. -
bath home. Owner on sorted altei. Call CI 7-0546 Regular\ $3829. sell i C
apartment property after 2 1329 NE Krome US BNERAL 1958 8x43 0-bed, 1963 CAD. Eldorado 1963 CORVAIR
electric kitchen, clow, Sunday. Call Velma S p.m. $3199. Layion Marine, 1, $4721
room food condition Deeoto $1996
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la 827 NW 8t1. St.MIDROOM Cray, Realtor a 70857. _Ter. Homeitead. Park, Lot 10. $1850. CI T P99, Conv. Air N68A Monzo

upstairs apart.wont .' KOSCH meat carefoo I. 67.1 & Tools 7989.OBILI. 1962 CADILLAC
Machinery 1963 FALCON
48-A Homes For Rant make offer a 7.7477.MAYTAO .. --I $3392

232nd furnished Ave. CI$75.r3094.15701SW rerrlnaCuflerS.M.H.UNFURNISHED OUD FARM ; T8 ft homes less than $64 a P239-AIR ..". P289A, Sprint $2056
wringer washer excellent sinQPe month $350 down.
condition- Cl I trailer law bottom stead'1Fraller'Sales 1961 CONTIN'ALP291 1963
J<4 unfurnlahed rooms with refrigerator .bedroom, 1- 8-0870. running plow varies small tools, 2- 2 $2789 MERC.Mereor $1777
ft Good location. Ford (r.Mors.de- mower, Federal Hwy. .Itom"j -AIR P377 :
range bath carport S. MlamlHetpitta ............
60i NW 0 St CI 7 area, $90 per month. PARTS for all electric shavers planter, cultivator harrow, NEW A USED Mobile 1961 PONTIAC 1963
8031 days, CI 7-0614 evenlngi, Calf Duke PowelL South Ferguson Jeweler. 328 1(240 SW 304 St. or pb Miami Low bank financing, low $1578 CHEV II $1888

21S IW UK Ave., Fla. City 3. Dade Realty!, Ine. ,18784 S. Waihlngton Ave., Home. 271.4224. monthly rates Underwood I P422- ........ P499-NOYQ
furnished apartment Dixie Hwy. CE 6-3131. .teed, Mobile Homes 305 E. Mow!')'
room 69 Poultry & SuppliesCHlCKtN 1960 FORD 1962 RAMBLER
St., Homestead 2471309. ,
Cl 7.2252.47.A $1093
WANT to rent? We have man/ PIANOS, practice upright" P333A N22A Amer. $999
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desirable homes furnished IIunfurnl.hl'd. Helger'a Piano Store, 24 NW compusl: by the bag TRAILER hitch heavy duty.''
Apt. For RentPerrlnoCutlcrS.M.H. Cliff Mendle- lit St. CI 7-3442. or truck. We load at.farm, CE 80069. I 1959 FORD 1962 CORVAIR Sp/r
eon, Realtor CE 5-9241. wholesale .prlcea. .[&;'., 40c $888 $1897
PREMIER photo Print dryer doses CI 77429. ,UTILITY trailer, sturdy, just P395_ P417-4-/peed
NOW LIASINO, Cabana Club BIDROOM! furnished, IB! Flp: -Flop design Hold maxImum painted.Call CE 8-1301: 1962 FAIRLANE50C
Garden Apartments brand month. 11431 SW 187 St. of eight 8x10 prints 71 Seeds, Plants, Flowers WAGONS $1589
new 1 and 2 bedrm. turn and Drive by and call ei. Kay A $40. Call Dan Phifer, CI 7- .WHEEL condition.utility trailer CI 7237.,- excellent .- P352-Spt. Cpt
unfurn. Each: apartment includes Lowy, Inc CE 8-8803, open 2321. YOU.ARLlnvited to viut my
a membership In the every day Day Uly Gardenswbilethey .FOOT Travel trailerileepi; 1963 CHEVROLET $2391 1962 MONZA Cp..

South Mandy hits Cabana 3-.IIDROOMb.lh furnlihed RUGS never used 'xlJ.; $33. are in bloom plants ut< now i 8, clean $850.' CI 7-53 46,, Cl P338-9 Pass.. P466 4-apeed $1583
in will itlll -bloom, the'l.make
Club. Occupancy matching pair af larger sires, '
7 381.
See ultaman at South Miami Sell $17,500; rent $135 Oriental design also tank nice gifU. Cut flower arrangemente ._ I 1961 CHEV. Wgn. 1961 FALCON
month 9340 Bihiira Dr. CE
Hta. model homer office a lall'..Ruth 3SFOOTwldo I Gardner, 2- $1699 $1099
acroia from Cabana Club. CE .71 Z8.4.IIDRooM. vacuum cleaner. Sacrifice Davis n 79507._ bedroom new. refrigerator::1j'ouaJed P450, Alr ... P409-Deluxe

S-OBA1 I-block from 696-3757. windows; iwnlngi.'' 1961 FALCON 1960 FALCON

47-C Trailer Hornet _to hopping_buy CE center 82Z118.n, Rent-_optlon_ 'LUCKY Number 0503. I 78-A GRADE A puiverlwd Topsoil top you takes Good It condition DeSoto Trailer Flrit $1250 Park P297-......... $989 P438 .......... $791

For Rent Silica Sand for lawn dreailng .Lo 81. 1959 OPEL t/iaO
48-C Offkei For Rent RATTAN settee & one chair, -- I HARDTOPS & SEDANS
$20.( CE 8-4904. D. Mlrone. 235-4S14. 158 45-toot JO-wlde trailer,, R166 ................ -tt.-, rE
LOVELY mobile home, TV aircond. good condition. Cl 7-7881
Adulti only, no pea OMICI with desk $90 mo. SILVER' fox forn..c: table, leaf f. 82 Dogs/Cott, Pets I Il 1959 OLDSMOBILE 1199 1963 BUICK Wildc'r )
$100: tno Cl 7-1328 Howard Perklni, Real El- 8-chalri $13. CE 08923. ]Hl SSn10 r van': $ $3166
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GERMAN Shepherd AKC Dyke $150 down, take over' R166-Flts a P443-AIR .....
47-D Trailer Spoce-LoU late,. CI 71343. SIMMONS chair, convert fc+ healthy pups, sell or trade. p.ymen"U30 lW: 8th Ave. 1957 FORD 1963 PONT. Bonn.
:
single bed. Plywood liner 1 CZ 57910.POODLE -
For Rent $476 $3092
48-F Storeroomi For Rent closet 2'x2'x8'. 14730 Un I' puppies, toy, silver 1m-A'10X38-' over! RUlRnehwgn P307-AIR .....
payments $63 month, $100
coin Dr., Leliure City.
HIGH, quiet on the Gulf, dock SPACE lot iir-copdiUoning I 1962
or shots It papen.>CE'B-4681. equity Balance l $2800. a 7.1 FORDGolcxIeP378
age. Dally, weekly monthly refrigeration repairs li ulea.An STORE flxturei for tale: everything :: 8818 after 6 TRUCKS $1776
or 8223 ft 1230 yearly. Alwr.ntili. US 1. CI 7-2051. must go. 322 Washington :. PROTECTION dog, pre p.m.- -. .- -AIR ,...
Gulfitream Trailer Ave., Homestead German Shepherd, brpel:1: i'U 5xIO-- Gold si Deluxe i iAml'rlc.n 1963 CHEVROLET 1962 OLDS984-dr.
Court 880 37th St., Mara- 49 Sleeping RoomsHomestead $50. CE 8-5752. Mobile Home with $1606 $2588
thnn. Ana I SINGER Zigzag in walnut expando living room, 2-bed-i P272 I-Ton ...., P358, HT, Air
Inct makea designs and butlonholtl 83 Homes For Sale I rooms, cabana room. See at,
47-E Farmland For RentCLADfLAND without ittachmenti. Lot 33 Roe Mobile Park'or 1961 FALCON Panel 1962 CAD.FIt'wd.

GUEST Call after house 6 ,, CI private 7-4922.b.tb.1LlISUIti Sold $250 new tike over 9- BAY yearling Filly, sound ft call i CICoral7$764. N42A-AIR $762 P386-AIR $3388
$10 per acre; $ take old gentle CE 84523. I
rockland, $35 per acre. Vince CITY, private home machine in trade Call 6851564. 1961 CORVAIR 1962 OLDS StorfireP26B
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CHESTNUT $300. Phone
Chllla, Cl 7-7221, The KeyeaCoH mare, 88 Trucks For Sole $989 $2368
private entrance week.
220 N. Krome Ave., Cl 7.0910.SLIEPING $10 CI 7-3647. P393-Pickup .. ..

Realtor, Homeitead. USED Kenmore washer, worl DONKEY trained 1960 21-Ton/bady 1961 FORD Goloxie
USED trucks ft buiei. plintatlon
ve"enU'l
room, private entrance -: lag condition $40. CI 7-6489, for 7-6999 $738SPORTS $1293
10-ACRIS high land for beans; and bath. CI 7-4383. Auto ft .Bui Sales,, R16 ,. P392, Air .... .
Plenty wells water Phone Gould. CI 8434.
_
ZENITH TV (No pic), $10. Crib HORSES boarded weekly or
CE 5-1744. SLIEPINO room, private entrance ft mattreia, $3. Cl 7-7248. monthly $13 per month. 195' FORD %ton pickup must CARS 1961 RAMBLER
$968
mAeRlI lull- 7.429449.A It .bath, use of phono.Cl .I I$.TON Carrier Air-Conditioner, Corner of Halnlla Dr. tLlndgren tell, $200. CE: 8-2104. : P318A Classic

able for squash, pole beans, water cooled with pump it Rd. OX 8-1860. Studebaker stake rack 1962 MGA 1960 PONT.4-dr.
bush beam $15 acre. Jeanne
Sleeping RoomiPerrlne.CiiHarS.M.H. low low price 322 Waihlng- $1588
Neeley Realtor Call Bob I ton,Ave., Homeitead."p"Ti"CB 85 Automobile Deelen truck good condition,, $800 or P491 ............ P458A HT AIR $889
beat offer. DeSoto Trailer
Bourn, CI 7-3400, evenlngi CI _
;-2$21. AIR-conditloned 3 Rattan lectlonat t BLAKB-tIRD Inc.:. 820We Park, Lot 61.t0 1962 1960 CHEV.P13B .
acml-prlvato ?4R,32 $1588
bath kitchen prtvllegea If de.aired. corner table, $40. CI 7-4671 tell Krome guaranteed Ave Cl 1 used carl.. Dodge. /-ton. Call CE 8- ._ ............ $889

48 Homes For !Rent I Evenlngi, Saturday, 1x10 Portable walk-In cooler' 8778.N2 I 1961 TR3P428 1960 FORDFoirl'neP325A
Homestead Area Sunday CE 8-4118. $400. CI 7-3508 after 3 p.m. BUY Sell Trade Ray'a $1488 $889

TWO aleeplng Inquire Auto Salea, 29120 So. Fed Chevrolet For detail pickup call 17 Ct 000miles 77806. ............ ........
rooms -
U'CUBIC Norge"refriger.I to ,
foot Hwy. next Piper'a Lounge
BEAUTIFUL bedroom furn- evenlngi. 8750 SW IBlitTerrace. ator, good condition $50 CI So. of Bltcaync. Cl 7.6423. 1962 TR4 Roadster $1749 1960 FORDStarln'r

Jelled home in Homestead 72866. I CASH watting for )' ur carat 1163314 ton ;;VroietPlfk. P426-- Rl 36-Coupe $1031

FURNISHED 1-bedroom home, 53 Wanted To Rent 52" 1 Inneriprlng mattresswith" Q ft L' Motors Corp, U.5Federal up, Ilka new closed In utilIty i 1960 TR3 1959 PLYMOUTH
box with I air-
equipped
double deck ft Highway, Princeton.Ci '
Leisure Clt Peggy Carney, ipringi $688
CI 77221. ) Co., RESPONSIILI family wants toleans frame DeSoto Trailer Park 7O923.BRUNICK compressor and tank. Can be P493 .... 392, 4 dr. ....
mvf.ek 32 pool home id per.nine teen at 135 W. Howry St CI
220 N. It !, or Whispering Pinea Lot 90. <__t1M4 Chryrler-Plymouth, 7-3397. 1960 JAGUAR C1QOA 1959 PONTIAC

Hameiteid. area, CE 8-6289. Olympia H me Entertainment : Inc, 29540 8. Federal Hwy. P345A-Rdttr. P444-Bonn. .. $1021
CUTE 1-bedroom; turnlahed. 54 Business Center with AM'n'Jv4' _CE 8-5519. 91 Motorcycle I
$75, also l.bedroom furnished OpportunitiesCOLORED speed stereo, 23" 1959 MERC2dr.

apartment,, $03. CI 74083 Drive.In Restaurant _$500. 238.506jjfter8 :.m._ DADS clean Auto used 4alei.can: 30075 We buy'8 1 1960 Moped. 9941 like Haitian new Dr.makeoffer. CE -FOREIGN.- --CARS--- .- P214-H.T...,. $928

__or CI 7-8050 1 builneia, fixtures plus Inventory. 61-B Articles Wonted Federal Hwy. CI 7-1371 01DICK
DItlRABLI 1 ft 2.bedroom CI 7-8127 after 4 pm CE 8.3343. Hi83'- __ I I 1963 VOLVO $1839 1959 CHEV.PI $769

furnished Nearby, AdulU DIALER wanted for American GUNS needed by Ralph'a. 128 Inc., til VESPA excellent condition -I P451-122S .... 88 A 4-dr.
Call CI 7.606Z.fURNISHED N. Krome Ave, kind, Conley Chevrolet ,.,windshield '
Any ipeedometer. -
1 Oil .Service Station CI 73918. any age. Cash waiting.. new ft used car. 261 Parkway buddy teat, $179. CallCI : 1961 KARMEN $1399 1959 BUICK4dr.P375A .
Cl 7-2121 CE 8-1832 $873
or
quiet country cot- afterB I
80097 P122A Ghla AIR
I.I-! -
I wS'iiiiieiil ;'Sii P : :
tile 1-bedroom. Couple only, and WANTED to buy Vied re- FRED Warnock Ford new and
_$80. CI 70771.FURNISHED I. property.73 SW 2nd St. frlgttatori, ri 5.721.-aU-con- tired cars 1300 N.. FederalHw EVERYONE READS I 1961 VOLVO 122sP74A $1293 1958 CAD.4-dr. .
(house dIUoneri. CE Homeitead. CI 7-8112 CLASSIFIED PACES! 2dr. .. P344A $799
imill rea. 61 Articles For Sola ck ........,
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eonable, AdulU. 1003 NW Stir 13 Boat t Accessories or 8-OB78.
St. Cl 7-3247. ;\IR-condlUontr: reverie cycle Cloitlfi.d 1 1 Classified Display *1, 1960 P4 LAS $598 1958 CHEV.HTN45A $666
Display *
SHiDb.ih/ $65; wishing COUNT V Line Marina often Ford ......
St.14I1. ---- ,I II
CI JJ964. 89 NW 14th boat wood or fiber.
home Bedroom. .Ir 1.
ANTIQUES prices on

_URGE Uoned. C Phoned.B.S.,, I hardwood 7-2338. ,' CE tune 83792.For,appointment bric-a-brac to furni.lee supplies, and cloth rental and boata.reilnDockije : I A MOVING STORY? I

One bedroom, I New and used boata. Free TRANSPORTATION CARS ITO
lluors Welt of unfurD'1. on BALDWIN acroionlc piano,, ramp on U.S. t at Dade- 1
174th Street. 6"O.00 month excellent condition. CI 7. Monroe County Line. CI TELL IT TO USWE'RE NOT' ONLY GOOD 46 '
Cewrge Johnson, Realtor CE 8683. 8908. CHOOSE FROM
7'j ALSO GOOD MOVERS EC
8-3143. BIO luscious itra-vberriet, pick FOR HIREi 33-ft. Owen, LISTENERS-WE'RE
LARGE 7:;;;; ;"'country home, your own 25c quart wo fur. ''n l'7I.1 $35 for "
moitly furnlihed. 44 miles I Irish containers Shields Berry CaD to 8 p.m. REASONABLE, TOO
from HAFB. No pets $100 Coconuts' Wit of US 1
on Palm GLASSPAR6319footOpen
6680 month CI 7-4218 or CI_ l' CI 7-0600. Prince.ton. Fisherman Fiberglaii) boat I FOR FREE ESTIMATES, ,call Cl 7-6354 CE 5-9521 -

4 top, ride guide steering, baU
MY COMPLITELY urnlihed IARGAIN BARN, new ft u ed tery ft box, H. D. Seminole
t-bedroom borne Fla. furniture ft appllincei. QuailRourt trailer, '83 Marco 850 E. L. Homestead Transfer and Storage 16215
., 1932 NW Btb Ave. Home.room. A U. S. 1. CEI1863BUILTIN i Save $958. Layion Marine, US S. FEDERAL HIWAY

read Vie Taber. CI 7-1788. : Suburban- electric 1, Homeitead. ,Agent NORTH AMERICAN' VAN LINES, INC.. "4 Miles" South of the'Palmetto
4 Expressway on U. S.1
J NICI clean 1-bedroom cottageclosa waif, large cabinet also SACRIFICE' 21' Chria Craft 125 700 NW 10th A,.., Nometeed! ) Fla. .
Just
oven, all atnlnleia steel HP bottomm.Must North of Perrine, Florida .tThe
-In. Call CI 74073 CI 80165. CIi'.ll: i'7-1882. I :-


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lion of music, teal and dignity Hence, --
ii i new country, the musical Moving along at a brisk pace 4 I
extravaganza, ")01 11 Ie ind under the direction and \ Uirdry The vocal contribution of the NOW APPEARING AT'THE; HOLIDAY INN You'". Tried Tht Rest
Honey," it the Crave PlayhouM of Ella Gerber, "Milk rich baritone of Chapman the
romps gaily 'to the and Honey" cleverly contrives fine lyrical voice of Mlsa Sand- CASHFor I Now Get The Best

rhytbmi of delightful tunes to provide the essence of en, the tenor of the unknown fikck Wllt h HELENE CURTIS' ,
folk dancing, ritualistic gaiety liraell life via authentic scenic singer during the wedding TENDER TOUCH
and the comedy antics of its design: and coitumeiPerhapi I scene, the rippling voice of
Tom Hlxon, the comedic antics Your Cor
star, Molly Picon. better i MiladyIEAUTY
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dUet by a group of Israelites than enactment ./ performance by Penny Ann G&LMotors SALON
widows front the United SUtei.two a wedding. ef three cevplea. Green add up together with *: BLUE GODWINand I1S4S QUAIL ROOST ORS .
talented choral ensemble and
of whom find romance in -- a Corp. Hn Aide YEARS-
dancing group to one of the .r
the foreign land C.C. moat enjoyable spectacles yetproduced /g Mil No. .f Princeton e AH Regular Drinks ..,SOc South Miami' Height
In hinging roles ire William Junior CI MtSI
Phil I I by Zev Bufmin ind DliU HlghwoyOKWT (from 4 p.m. to 1 p.m.) Y'ALL COM
Chapman ( ), wealthy Stan Selden .. -
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(Ruth) M the young widow \bl.I' props ii a live donkey, goat ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN

find n.% during the trek. Mllliam A, Cabana of SW and chickens, the musical direction
Keynetar, ef cevra, Ii Mil.Pic" 1Mb' Terrace has betn elected : by Alfonw Civalerl and '.,,,' .i
(e* CI.,.), vrh* preens president of the PerrlneCullerKldg the muilc and lyrics by Jerry .'.--: iiJOAR soveAeY ; MIa
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., perfermtre In the I of Commerce* production Ineriy Of A Lau 1

reduction.The. 60-year-old. (or more) I William P. Brown was elected -
mother cavorts around the stage lint vice prealdent Larry Written By Area Man

with the energy of i young T, Atkinson, eeeond vice preal
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high Jlnka during spectacular: (icy, and Dada F, Bridges, Penguin Story
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LDart ItroDr 'Vile PIOMUS '3 NO use rttuM1 SAD MOST rr N(7IVUT
anew and Ice when they thinkof OL' to*,.naatk PP1LIJ,.., TAKAUTTH
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.Muse ot Ie)tomia :s.Copperily'rto Petey the Penguin, and His ss
)Mw.e rod Rom ti ( Pink Pajamas," written by
Oetl'1 7.to, gelellt W1 :s.CoIn. Bryan Donaldton, SW 128th Terrace Ir.
SUillM1U' prayer 'n4. Sunlland, and published
end 1.Bo,'. 10.En.
Affiliated Publlah
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earth 5.plgot 12.DweU. HMonitafM. era, Ft. Lauderdale, la scoring
II.Tak. .. ILA lIUJIurbIa lase .A. alight record sales: for a first book
plot ec load as knockS by a local author
ST.r.t. :1& yarn .Flower40.PUC Priced at H.(5, the book tclli \a
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Petty wanted te be different RYAN DONALDSON lVf I was IN CRKtCE,t'P *W LA.rc i.Af. /
2/.arch tagd f 2 a 4 a. 1 r II.he changed te a pair ef Writes A tack ,fir "IATWA KAN8A4* AREdlAJir CYCiONlfSSB7 i

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11.blaphaaoti.1Lh1ua cemplete change In her per hobby for the Donaldioni aona

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Pto TM The NEWS LEADER end CUTLER RiD6l.miNIPOST Suno-ay,_Arll If, IH4
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47 Apartment* F.r Rent 41 Hornet For Rent 61 Artlelo For Sole 63 loot & Acceaserlei 85 Automobile Dealers

Hometteoo' Are. r. Homestead Area
I BRADLEY Kelngrration It Air GUY Ciskey Rambler Co. U.5
Conditioning 9852 SW 175St : 1 INI 18JIP Johnson out.board's lat Avocado DrKomete d.
NEW duplex, bedroom stove, PRINCETON, broom furnished Sales fc Service Re-Bull completely overhauled Cl MBit or 2S3-2872.
refrigerator, laundry mom. haute suitable for couple. guaranteed refrigeratorfreetera Will Nil,aa p.lr.or .Ing
NW eih Ave tto St. CI 7- $90. CI 70883. washers alr-cond i: le. B33 NW'8tla St.. Homealead. -PIRRINI Auto Sales Buy _
4310. tloners, $29 up. Can flnince CI 7-3884. Sell Trsde. Bank ftnancln !- KEYAC
SMALL II-room house In Flo Licensed & Insured. CE 5- --- (. Call CE B-92S7.
NICE completely furnished 1 Ida City' 878 Palm Dr. CI 7- 7213. 11-FOOT Catamarra. 4O-IIP
It I-bedroom apartments air 2682. O 7-8174. electric! atart'Mercury Motorwith VOLKIWAOIN Porsche
conditioned. CO ME 1Mb 51. CLl NM,1; .. sew *o easy single lever controls. Authorized 8i; Service
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CI 70310. I UNFURNI514I0bedroom co t to do with Blue L..ire. Rent Trailer Ready to go, $479. CI Fart. Used car*. Over-Keye
WICL-urnlahfll l.bfdroomrc tags on IVt'Ccrei, Clean Acute electric' ahampooer |L, Mary 7-8171.. i I Motor, Perrin I38-089J.
Year lean required,
Carter Paint Store,
.n air condition, $80 month lat and last monUk"'lhrNr.10 14-FOOT aluminum Orlando, WI PAY top dollar for your
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kitchen I shower A ) DEEPFREEZE, 13-cublc feet Clipper boat motor ,trater.
tub enclosure, laundry (:: : Realtor: .D C i Hotpoint 27225 SW 189U $ : CI 7-7392. I stead car, cash Motors or MO trade N. Federal Home- MOTORS CORP.
clIIUM I parking area, Bar
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0 Peter Apartment, 161NW 7-3966. Ave. CI72295.ELECTRIC MOOT boat and trailer $89] Hwy CI 70854WISTOVIR I
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9ta 6t. See to appreclaiMATTlurniiTieTTiouse .. r.' : i"DJ.OOM furnished, $7; stove, door need CI 77232. PonUae
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i $10 month. Cl 7-0869 repairing but burner cook Is-FOOT Cabin Cruiser trailer i = and : SOUTH DADE'SLARGEST

week. 34 SW 8th Ave, Florida 1 BEDROOM completely fwn- _good Cheap PB2 NE!: 4th Av, outboard Evlnrude 38 HP 3621 Tempest or CE 201 B-0054.Civic CL: CI 7.'
City. CI 7.3914. Perfect condition $878 or
lihed country home CI 7. ILleTltOLUX ulea and icrv
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r.-.IDIIO -'uml.b4 5202. Ice Used cleaner, F. E6h.w. best offer. Phbn. CI 74129daya
apartmeat I CI 7-1754 night. 86 Automobile For Sola
tree automatic washing -i 513 NW Otis ct., Hone I AUTODISCOUNT
machine 400 NW Bill St I.3EDROOM Cl 7- eU. cottage furnished _.Ind. Call C 178972. 8-FOOT outboard Cabin, 40

CI 73641. --- FILTER A vacuum for backyard IIP, good fiahlng, $325 CE RANK Repossessloni. Good bargains .

IANO-I.bedroom 2.BIDROOM completely furnished pool, vied one month on late model car, Ii-
ap.rtlnen"'urnl.hed.
CI M433. with nice furnitureeverything CE 85198.GE if-FOOT Century i Inboard nanclnf available Call Mr.,
miv'ern HOUSE
: prlv.tefiCIIOOM fisherman with Ebanki CI 7.1 J11. I
$10' utility top,
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WIO.OOMfumhhPdap7r1 home Cl 77600. VACUUM cleaner, :
bilge pump, 2 18 outrigger' 1'01bh.1
ment4MNW 2nd Av.IIDIIOOM .. furnished, Florid apartment alto dineu.o'15j. 70 tiP Gray Mirin. Priced to CADILLAC small, 1200.
maple 1 bedroom t ed It ready to 428 NW
T- bu..., good clean room, $123 month 26900/ SW 8-0447. tell at $899. LaysonMarise, 7th St a 7-3001.io.
furniture, Urge grounds all 187th Ave: CI 8'0.53. US 1, homestead .1 AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR.
73143 GRANDPA'S Trading Post It JUNKING, 1052 all
like new. Oil H furtlihed house 0-FOOT Powercat Trimarsr Plymouth .
after 7 p m. CM7893.Hi BIDROOM Pawn Shop, 26790 S. FederaHwy. part for agile, good Urea. CE
$89; bedroom apartment ., Nanni. We pawn, with fiberglass Beats, 3 16.gsllon -2698 evenings I CTILf PJIH By Chrysler Corp. This Big LlHla 4 door car ,eta up to 40 ml per
: $00 1-bedroom. 2-bith $129 gi*
ID ROOM nicely furnished, ; trade. for
buy Cain bDk'l
Really or H. Seminole eJinUrl ool. It'i 10 good the factory give e $ 50,000 milo .
180 month Adulte only 2871 Dickinson 51 NW old gold It silver Guarin- D. PONTIAC, '55 la very good, year warranty.
SW 144 Ave., 04 %3 1. _14th St CI 7.5934, teed expert watch It jewelry dealers Homestead son Marine condition, radio beater 0.1 Price $1595 P.O.E. $195.' Down and S<<7.93 per month I"clud/nl'nt.r..t./

furnished 2-BIDROOM newly furnished repair. Fins band engraving US 1, new tire, new ..utom.tlctr.n.mI..lon .""* TM Swedish well built car tall Ita I If. Ill compact, comfortabla
MEDROOM, bath VOLVO
iitllltlei Included WO month home close to b.... CI 7-8064 C17'4722. 24,FOOT cabin cruiser newlyDilnted $350. Cl 7-11032:1: and roomy. The S modal to choose from, oven o notion wagon.

26000 SW 1B7U Ave. CI .. 3- MDROOM- -unfurnished--- 01 deepfreeze upright, 1778. Motor, A.1. CE 84 1'57 CHIVY Sport coupe Auto. tronimliilon now .,ollobl.. Priced from $2295.00 P.O.E.

_0453.- house $70 month, CI 74743BIDROOM t ble feet,, like will new leI 20-1. best offer. a B-M3a. I TRIUMPH England finest sports car 'In its price ranga, The" ore
$330 new .
I BEDROOM month plus furnlined. 2. butlt-ln stove, price. CI 7-3143. 255 NE Loneitar.. boat 14', .Cadeall windshield tsy Chevrolet 4-door Station- lies models to choose from, including/ the oil now Spltfl,..

..CI$83 73337. utiItle screened porch, CI 78613.BEDROOM Rd. LaRuo William Hobby steering, Seminole trailer 29 wagon, all clean.power CI 7-3337.air conditioned I Price/ stir at $1599.00 P.O.E.

3. house la good location Shop. HP Mere 250: at only $ I ./ Itoly'' fllllat| Car for both family| use end roclnl.
ALFA
1 AND ROOM efficiencies and. 1 Cl 70501. I I down.Homestead Layion Marine, US 1, 1151 Renault.o wner. Good ROMEO Double overhead toms, aluminum/ engine. This/ car

apartments Completely furnished LUCKY- -Number_. 8147.- transportation. CE 0-4400 I I II put together with perfection.
Grove Motel KromAv 2, t, AND bedroom home RETCH' 4-plece red Sparkle 1 til 17' '' boat 80 HP W WHITI Falcon ."tion.1
for rent. Frank A. Vellanti, trailer; :
*., I miles N. of Homo drum set with Mere, SB-miles per wagon, straight atlck radio.
Realtor. CI 7125.LBEDROOM TERMS ARRANGEDTO
Head. $90. After 8 pm., 1-'mbl"1 hour, open It fully equipped, Flnt offerof *89S take It. '
2-bath hmfurnished. ; CE 5-6756 after 6pm. I IArlllo. _Cl 747M.m i BANK FINANCING
I II /ORM apts. f urn. li un $100 month. Red HOUSEHOLD furnishings for!, -Jt
loe 2-bedroom home complete N2 17' Funlinerwith DODGE Lancer automatic SUIT YOUR
lure DeCarlo Enterprise, land Rd. 1 14th St. CI 7 NEEDS
aide
lounge seats, top .I
with appliance CI 78683. alr-conditloned, radio, excellent
26151 So, Fed. Hwy., NaranJ' 2292. curtain, Rocket trailer 2 '62
CE S-
condition $1450.
CI 7-6213 or CI 3428. 3 ROOM cottage, 778 W. Film. HEARING Aid batteriei. Johnson 40'* with 'I 0959.til: .
Dr. r'la City Evening. Fischer 1 ,Sons 141 N. generator Al, $429.
JIIOROOM furnished duplex Krom Ave., Homeitead. Layaon Marine; US 1,rtera'I: 'I: Volkswagen A-l condl- USED CARS -

190 month. Apply. lUll .NW 4.50050. bath, furnished. Idea char .ttad. Uon. CI 7-6803.
3rd Ave.CUOai3.I HOLLYWOOD "
; for. retired t7-lJi.: $65 noFla. cellent condition. CE B-6413. ;; .l Mf' 'W Seaway hardtop
BEDROOM apartment, 153 City. CI with swivel lounge teats, battery .7 Trailer For Sale CONVERTIBLES COMPACTS
NW lit St CI 74840. '4$ NI 14th Et, 2-bedroom 1.. ALCO aluminum awnlnci, assorted & box light 110 Merrrull.r. i I

2'BIDROOM electric furnished kitchen\ clow apart,. bath Sunday.home. Owner Call' Velmt on property 8. after t aliei.p.m. 1329 Call NE CI Krome 7-0948 S31D .Layion Regular Marine S3829 US, jell 1, GENERAL 1058 8x43 2.bfd-1 1963 CAD. Eldorado $4721! 1963 CORVAIR
nent. room c good condition. Desote
$1996
la 827 NW BUt fit Cray, Realtor CI 7-0897.) Ter.' _Home_ otead._ __ Park, Lot 10. $1350. CI 7- P99, Cony. Air N68A Mania

;: -: OSCH meat cue, Stool] 67.. Machinery i Tools 7!89. 1962 CADILLAC
3.61010060 upstairs apartment ....A Homes For Rant make offer a 7477.. __ I $3392 I 1963 FALCON

urnlihed. $75. 1(70 rarrlna.Cufler-S.M.H. U SID PARMequip: T4. Ittrailir MOBIL tiomei'lM* thin tilt a P239-AIR ..... I P289A, Sprint $2056
SW 232nd Ave. CM3004._ MAYTAG wringer washer excellent tingle bottom month 1350 down. Homer
running condition bus stead 'IPrsiler'Sales, 29001' S., 1961 CONTIN'AL 1963 MERC. Meteor
34 ml i drm-WtU'' refrigerator plow, various small tools 2- $2789 I
UNFURNISHED J-bedroom, 1 8-0870. I Federal Hwy. P291 AIR : $1777
range.sooJII location. bath carport S. Mlam[ Ford tr-ctors, '.do newer P377 .
t t NW 6 7- Height area, $93 per month ARTS for all electric ahiven.Firguion planter, cultivator harrow NEW A USED Mobile home. 1961 PONTIAC 1963 CHEV
3031 days, CI 7-0814 evening, Call Duke Powell South Jewelers 328 19240 SW 304 St 'or ph Miami Low bank financing. lowmonthly $1578 II $1888

21S SW 5lh Ave., Fla. City. !I. Dade Realty, Inc 16784 S. Washington I Ave, Home I 271-4224 rate Underwood I I P422- ,.......... I P499-Nova
Dixie II"' CE 6-3131. stead.PIANOS. Mobile Home, 305 E. Mowry
furnished apartmenCI ) & 1960 FORD 1962
room 69 Poultry Supplies.HlCKkN St.,, Homeittad. 247-1109. I $1093 RAMBLER
72292. WANT to rent? We have man U uprlpht P333A $999
/ Piano I compost by the bagor TRAILER ....... N22A-Amer.
desirable homes furnished Helger'i Store, 24 NVt1 hitch heavy duty
47-A Apti. For RentPerrtneCutltrS.M.H. unfurnished. Cliff Mendle- lit St. CI 7.3442. truck We load at, farm, CE 50989. I 1959 I 1962 CORV AIR SprP417
IOn, Realtor, CE 34241. II wholesale .price. Eggi., tOe :f$888 I $1897
PREMIER Photo Print dryer doten. CI 77429. UTILITY trailer, sturdy, just -4.tpid

NOW LIAtINO, Cabana Club BEDROOM furnished $03 Fl'p-Flop! design. Hold maximum painted. Call CE 8-1302 1962 FAIRLANE50G
Garden Apartments brand month. 11491 SW 187 St of eight 8x10 prints. 7 I Seed, Plant, Flower WAGONS $1589
new 1 and 2 bedrm. turn and Drive by and call BI. Kay It $40. Call Dan Phlfer CI T ex-1cellent. P352-.Spf.Cpi
unfurn Each apartment In. Lowy, Inc. CE 8-BB03, open 2321. YOU ARE Invited to visit my
eludes a membership In the _every day Day Lily Gardenswbile) ,they 4-FOOT Travel triiler.ileepi 1963 CHEVROLET $2391 1962 MONZACpa.P4664ipeed.

South Miami> H... Cabana: BEDROOM 2.bath furnished ItUGI, never used 'Poll. $31 are In bloom, plant act, now S. clean, SB50., CI 7.5J46CI, P338-9 Post. $1583
make
will still bloom, they
In at larger sizes, 7-8381.
pair
Club.. salesman Occupancy at South MiamiHts Sell $17,500'; rent $139 matching nice gifts. Cut 'flower arrangements -I_ I 1961 CHEV. Wgn. 1961 FALCON
8. Oriental design also tank
month 6940 Bshirra Dr. CE ,Ruth POOT $1699
a ipeclalty Gardner, 2- $1099
model from Cabana homes Club office CE 8-7128. vacuum cleaner. Sacrifice ,: ;.8507. bedroom new refrigerator) Paso, AI ... P409-D.luxe
across
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&-()RIII. ,$BIDROOM 1-block from 696 3757. jalousled windows," awnlngi i 1961 FALCON 1960 FALCON
8-A Topsoil
989
Good condition. First $1250 $
$791
47-C Trolter Ho..... hopping buy. CE center 8-2298., Rentoptionto LUCKY Number 0593. 6RAD8, puiverUed top *oil,' takes it DtSoto Trailer Pork P297 ,,...... P438-............

For Rent I Silica Sand for lawn dressing Lo 61. 1959 OPEL
8-C Offtcat For Rent RATTAN settee It one chair I $489 HARDTOPS J SEDANS
$20. CE 64904.LVER D. Mirone 2354814. ItSI 43-foot etrailer, R166 .............
LOVELY mobile home TV, alpeond. food condition. Cl 7-7S82.
Adults only pets,, OFFICE with deck $50 no.Howard fox fora'-ca: table, leaf,,. 82 Dogs; Cats, Pet 1959 OLDSMOBILE 1199 1963 BUICK Wlldc'r

1100:: mo Cl ,- 8.DO Perkins, Real E- 8-chlln. $19. CE 55523. GERMAN Shepherd AKC .ilea' 53x10, $150 down 3-bedroom take overpayment VanDyke R166-Fietro $ P443-AIR ..., $3166

47-D Trailer Spete-U Ute. CI 7-1)43. SIMMONS chair convert to. healthy pupa, sell or trade *. 1430 r:w 8th Ave. 1957 FORD 1963 PONT. Bonn.P307
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For Rent 41Storeroom.. For Rant closet single 2'x2'x8'bed. Plywood. 14730 linen Lin. CZ 57910.POODLE puppies. toy, silver_ fm-FLAIR 10x38 month; take' overpaymenta I R121Rnehwgn $476 -AIR ....$3092
$83 $100
Leisure
HIGH, quiet, on the Gulf dockage PACE fur sir-cupdiUoninf or coin Dr., City shot li p.pen'CE'II-t6111. equity. Balance $2800. CI 7.: 1962 FORDGofaxiejP378

Daily, weekly, monthlyor refrigeration repairs It ...leLon TORE fixture for auto everything 8918 after 8 p.m. I II TRUCKS. $1776
it Also PROTECTION dog, pure bredGerman -AIR....
1229 $250 yearly. -
US 1. CI 7-2891.: must go. 322 Washington i-I
lf-G lr Seal Del> ;
r.ntili. Gulfitreim Trailer Ave., Homestead Shepherd, female I, 163 1963 CHEVROLET 1962 OLDS984-dr.
Court 880 37th St., Mara 49 Sleeping/ RoomiHomeireod '' $50. CE 8.5752. American Mobile Home with I $1606 $2588
thlln. SINGER ZlgzaC la walnut cabinet expando living room, 2-bed-1 P272 )-Ton ...., P358, HTrAlr
Ana make designs and buttonholes 83 Honei For Selo rooms cabana room. See at
"7.1 Farmlond For ...ntGL.ADIL.AND without attachment Lot 33, Coral Roc! Mobile Park 1961 FALCON Panel 1962 Fit'wd86AIR'
$762
GUEST house, crlvate bath take 9pmts. RAY sound It call Cl 7764. N42A AIR $3388
Call after 8 CI 7-4921 Sold $250 new, over ntr.gliJl. or I P3CAD.
$10 acre II
per ; of $ _
rockland, $35 acre VlnceChilli n1 tradeitiCalle6 I 1961 CORVAIR 1962 OLDS SrarfirtP26B
per LEISURE CITY, private home machine Phone '
CHESTNUT $300
Cl 7-7221, The Keyei mare 88 Trucks For Sol. $989 : $2368
Co.. 220 N. Krom Ave.. CI private 7-5910.entrance $10 week. 1S64 CI 7-3647. P393-Pickup ....... ......

Realton, Homeitead. unD Kenmore washer workIng DONKEY' gentle, trained USED truck le buses Plantation 1960 21-Ton/body 1961 FORD Goloxle
SLEEPING room, private condition $40. CI 7-6483 for chll'dren, $90. Cl 7-6899. Auto It Bus Sale, $738 $1293
10-ACRIS land for beanaPlenty e.DSLIIPlN : [ R16
high trance and bath CI Gould CI 7-8434. .. P392, Air .....
wells, water Phone ZENITH TV (No pic), $10. Crib HORSES boarded weekly or
CE 51744.DOACRIS () room:pj1v'i.i; I. mattress, $:I. CI 7-7248. monthly $15 per month. 1'5* FORD tt.ton pickup, must SPORTS CARS 1961 RAMBLER

of gladeland lull- Cl trance 74204A It .bath, me of phone. S-TOM Carrier Alr-Condltioner, Corner of Halnlln Dr. lLlndgren > _tell, $200. CE B2104.W7 .--- P318A Classic $968

able for aquain, pole beans, water cooled with pump at Rd. OX 8-1860. Studebaker stake rack 1962 MGA 1960 PONT.4-dr.

Neeley bush beam, Realtor f 19 acre Call Jeanne Bob >-,."ItCutlar.S.M.H.AIII.condlUoned Sleeping/ Roomi. ton low,Ave.low,price Homestead 322 Washing 8S Automobile Dealers belt truck offer.good condition DeSoto $800 Trailer or, P491 ............ .$1588 P4S8A HT AIR $889

"Bourn;-2921.CI 7-3400, evenings CI 3.IECI Rattan sectional; It BLAKI-.IRD, loci 62U .. Park, Lot 61. I 1962 TR3 1960 CHEV.

bath kitchen privllegea icml-prlvate If dc.sired. corner table, $40. CI 7-4672. guarantee used 6131 cin.. Weaell I'M' 'j Dodge */-ton. CaU CE 8- P492 ............ $1588 P13B ............. $889";"

48 Hornet For Rent I Evenings, Saturday, b10 Portable wilk-ln cooler; 8778. : 1961 1960 FORD Fairl'n i
Sunday CE 9-4118. BUY Sell Trade. Ih)''. J& $1488
Homestead Area $400. CI 7-3508 after 3pm.J I J $889
rooms Auto Sales, 20120 So, led.Hwy. If42 mile Chevrolet. For pickUPlY\ ............ P325A ........
TWO sleeping Inquire | :CUBIC foot Norge refrlgTr- 'next to Lounge, 7'1 i
BEAUTIFUL bedroom furnished evenings 8790 SW IBlitTerrare. ator, good condition, $90 CI So. 'cil i n.I'n.(! 7808 1962 TR4 Roadster $1749 1960 FORD StarIn'

home In Homestead 72888_ CASH walling for your-car Ii tiJ=1/4 Chevroufplck-;; i P426.. ,.... .. Rl 36-Coup* $1031
| ";
53 Wonted To Rent 52" I Innersprlng mattress with 0 A'' L' Motor up, like new closed In utility I 1960 TR3 1959 PLYMOUTH
FURNISHED 1-bedroom home, Princeton.; :: box, equipped with air 1388
double deck springs Is Federal Highway, $ $688
CI Leisure-.,22t'T.r.eIl4. Carney. Co.: EPONIBLB family wants tolease frame. DeSoto Trailer Park CI 7-0923. compressor and tank Cm St be Cl P493 ..... P392, 4 dr. ....
32 pool home In per. seen at 133 W. Mowry
220 N. Krome Av,, Realtors,' rlne or whispering Pines Lot '0. BRUNICK Chrysler-Plymouth, 7-3357.: 1960 JAGUAR 1959 PONTIAC

Homestead, area,CE &-8269. 44blympl* Home-Enterialo- inc., 29540 S. Federal Ilwy, P345A-Rditr. $1896 P444-Bonn. .. $1021
( .rriWied. ment Center, with CE 8-9919. '11 Motorcycle 1
CUTC 1-bedroom
54. luilneia/ / / AMI'fMTvt _
Opportunities speed stereo 23" 1959 MERC. 2 dr.
179, also Ubedroom furnished
DADS Auto dale* We burclean FOREIGN CARS
apartment, $63. CI 7-8083 COLORED Drive-In Restaurant, _$500. 2385064 after 5_pm. I used can.: 3UU75 S UO offer Moped 8941, like Haitian new lira make CE -- -- -- P214-H.T..... $928

jpr CI 78090.DESIRA business, fixtures plue inventory 61-B Article Wonted Federal! Hwy Cl 71372.: 01DICK B-T483. 1963 1959 CHEV.
BLI 1 & bedroom CI 7-8127 after 4 pm CE 8 334J. I VOLVO $1839 $769

furnished Nearby, Adulta DEALER wanted for American GUNS needed by Rllpb'.. 128 Conley Chevrolet, Inc. 1962 VISPA excellent condi I Ilion 122S .... P188A-4-dr.
Call Cl 79062.FURNISHID Oil N. Krome Ave, Any kind used 261 Parkway windshield, speedometer 1961 KARMEN
Service Station CI 7- Cash waiting.. new It car buddy seat $173. Call 1959 BUICK 4-dr.
1918..W any age. 1 CE 81831FRED : $1399 $873
Cl 7-2121 or
cottage 84097 after 8
quiet country CI pan..:. 1 P122A-Ghia P375A-AIR
I 1-bedroom. Couple only,, f,. Sharpening l Shop end WANTED to buy Vied re- Warnock Ford new and .
I _160. CI 70771.FURNISHED property 73 SW 2nd SL frlg Titon, freeten air-con- 'tied cara. 1300 N. Federal EVERYONE READS I 1961 VOLVO 122 $1293 1958 CAD. 4-dr.

.mall house; rea.eonable. 61 Article/ For Sole dltlonera. CE 57213. _. Hw ., Homeitead. CI 7-8112 LLASSIFUD PACESIif I P74A-2dr. .. P344A ........ .$799 .
CE: 8-0873.
Adults 1005 NW 8th 63 Boot & Accessories or 1960 ENGLISH 1958 CHEV. HT
St CI 7-3247 .. (.conditioner: reverie cycle, 1 Cloitified Display *1 $598 $666 $,
$185: wishing .: COUNTY Line Marina offers Clalilfitd Display p4oiA-Ford N45A ............
FURNISHioTs bih I
bedroom, C1 7-5964.. 89 NW 14th st.f45. boat wood or fiber.i
home. Bedrooms alr-condl. Discount boat
ANTIQUES glass price on
brica--brae
_tloned. Phone'CI hardVoodfloor 7-2339. For appointment, to furni.uor. seCE e: Dockage::, and cloth rental and boils.resin.: A MOVING' STORY?
LARGE C.B.S., 1 83792. /
i TRANSPORTATION
New and used boats, Free CARS
One
bedroom unfurn
ished. Welt of Krome on BALDWIN acroaonle! piano t In" Monroe Coun. Uoe. Dade- IT TO USWE'RfN.OT ONLY GOOD
TELL
Cl 46
174th Street. $"0.00 month excellent condition. CI 7- TO CHOOSE FROM
8683. 8908. 7'1
Ceurge Johnson, Realtor CE LISTENERS-WE'RE ALSO GOOD MOVERS
_8-9143. Ito, luscious itra vberrlea, pick FOR HIRE 33ft. Owen

LARGE 7-room: -country home, your stab containers own 29e quartwe Shield fur- Cass ln l'7il31 to$ 8 p for. I.j REASONABLE;TOO!
mostly furnlihed. 44 miles BerT
Farm, -
from HAFB. No pet. $100 on Coconut,'Palm Wit Princeton GLASSPAR 83 19-foot Open I CE 5-9521
month CI 7-4210 or CI 7' CI 7000.IARGAIN Fluhermaa. Fiberglass boat, FOR FRtE ESTIMATES, ,call CI; 7-6354 -
8680. top, ride guide steering; bat
BARN, new ft wed tory It box, H, D. Sernlnoletrailer
MY' COMPLETELY furnished furniture It appliances QuailRoust "63 L. Homestead Transfer and Storage 16215 S. FEDERAL
t lroom home Fla. La.on1..rtD' HIWAY
I,: Ave. room. Si U. S. 1. ('E 6.1663 Save $998. .. US i ;
NW 6th Homestead
I Vie 'Taber. CI 71788.- BUILT-IN Suburban- electric 1, Homeitead. A.ntt NORTH AMERICAN' VAN LINES, INC., "4 Miles" South of the'Palmetto Expressway on U. S, 1

:JeVf large cabinet, also SACRIFICE 21' Chris Craft 129 I 700 NW 10th Avo., Homesteed; Fla..
NIC! clean. 1-bedroom cottage all stainless itecl.( HP engine, glass bottom. Just North of Perrine, Florida '
cloae in. Call CI 7-8073.. CI 11-(1165. : Must be moved. CI 7-1892. 1


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I I how wonderful aha was? Well, *h.'. eons hopplra to terribly lately./ *o much ao that h.', started talking I AN MPOIUTMPNT you oar vR PINDI/pRfl.wlru A MoNINe.mRs1 WMOAIODW MMTIO,10, YOUR u r Mans TNOUafr wi NOU
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Widows Find Romance Abroad i




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I Gaily To Antics Of Sial-

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Against a background of the surprise 'and delight from a The Yemenite 'lntr*rltlnla a .y.

Iiraell nation, with III tradl I receptive audience *>*rfernted with sheer brilliant .
tlon of tousle:, teal and dignity ( *, .
M a new country, the musical moving along at a brisk pace I NOW APPEARING AT THE HOLIDAY INN -
, extravaganza, ")I II l It and under the direction and witardry The vocal contribution of the I 'hCN + You've Tried Th. Rest I
Honey." at the Grove Playhouse of Ella Gerber "Milk rich baritone of Chapman, the CASHFor Now Get Th. Best ,
romp ally to the and Honey" cleverly contrives fine lyrical voice of Mb Sand HELENE CURTIS'. .
rhythms of delightful tune,i to provide the essence of en, tile tenor of the unknown $I4Ikth1h UNDER TOUCHMilady
folk dancing, rltuillitle gaiety Israeli life via authentic scenic linger during the wedding
and the comedy antic of Hi deilgna and cottumei. acme, the rippling vole of
Tom Illxon, the comedic antic Your Cor :
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alar, Molly Picon. Perhaps, ne coo scene belter LOUNGE
of Marc Herateni, the Impish
The story dull with a tour deplete the spirit ef the performance by Penny Ann G&LMotors j' BEAUTY SALON
ot varloui clue bjr a group of .Israelites than enactment ef Green add up together with I BLUE GODWINend II I1S4S QUAIL ROOST DR.

widows from the united SUtea, e wedding ef three cluI... a talented choral ensemble and Corp. I His AideS -< VU"sI -
two of whom find romance In -- ---
dancing group to one of the
the foreign land. I/I Milt No. of Princeton I South Miami' Height'
moat enjoyable spectacles yet All Regular Drink We Cl Miil
In hinging role art William Junior C.C. produced by Zev Bufman and DUI Highway (from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.) Y'ALLCOMC .
Chapman (Phil i U), wealthy Stan Selden. I I I -......,.
American estranged from hla I "
I wife, and Terry Saunders Picks OfficersWilliam The ingenious touch of such t. V. T. HAMLIN
live\ donkey, goat \ ALLEY OOP By
(Ruth) aa the young widow who props aa a
Linda fort, during the trrk.Keyneter A, Cabana of SW and chlckena, the musical direction .
,,
*f tturte, la Mill llJIh Terrace has betn elected by Alfonie Cavalerl and .. A A ': NowiO
rleen (M Cler.), whe preve president of the PerrlneCutlerltldre the music and lyrics by Jerry A""t'Ml
I. be ene ef the meat MIVatlenil Herman add stature to enterWritten MOLLY QQEEIrI
( perfermcr In the Commerce Junor Chamberof ....h..,.I...." p roducUoa. .. .. .. Inerev. H 01ALass'
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reduction.
The, B0.year-old (or more) William P. Brown was elect Area Man
mother cavort* around the stags ed first vice prealdentt LarryT By

with the energy of a young Atkinson, second vice preal
I.... Her any lyrlctilng and dents Manfred H Dull, eere- .
high jlnki during spectacular tan and Dad F, Bridge, Penguin Story I
dancing routine drew gasp of tretiurer.




I CROSSWORD PUZZLE I UST ANSWER':I' I Proves Popular d I ycNwc wwIMI

II I ly JUNE RUDICK wLw.ra vt M,.

ACROSS L Bard. uca1t ". think of
moat
I Although people PtcA.L/e/ '
I 0 NO UI ntUN1 W ABOUT IT NOW LRT$TANG A LiTTLSRlpg
,
I.X>< .troIIr )ey. mow and ice when they thinkof Ott $CN.PsesR Pit1.A..,ACTUALLY you Mtvg AefpUND TN'PLAGi: ON tTMi R1NNY
s.Applaud trwl are penguin, South Dade ba* a WIEVI HADINOUGHEH MAP A CHAigca ONCC TWO daPINOCAUR AT LObGUMI D
1 NIO. JUe1TIA TNW
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,2UfuUza
.Coronet C.OoIlvm .. named tar A + .
harming little penguin KOTION/ You'
IDt. 2e.Clamor
u.Color:1bowt lather 2S.: ranat. Petey" that la growing 'In popularity f e, 4
=:
.!.Applaud all over the nation.
1I. ot g.tomaa :1.Copper' "Petey the Penguin, and Ills
l1r1o hou..goo Rom. t Pink Pajamas," written by
poe f.ollenu&1! :LCoInI Bryan Donald.on, SW 128th Terrace .
1Lltar mar to prIYu.nd 1wt4. Sunlland, and published a'a
LlSoY's 50.En. recently by Affiliated Publish-
15. deu or ItlckMme elosursear(1t FL Lauderdale I I. scoring l'w/
era, ,
.Ipl&'ot 12.t>wtU. as.)(outtf H
record sales for first book
a
21.roe u 3L A .uburbnn Inp U.A 111P&
plot of land as; knock by a local author,
If.r..rt:: 3S.rud : all. r Priced it $1 t!. the book telli .
3uIwOo4I 11.TorrleS 1&.Aft CO.Plaee.s. of'an adventurous penguin who n
.NoUol18.lma11 animal U.Conclud.3tEngUA liked to "think for hlmiclf" w
.latuelUi or the C3.Mini Tired .f wearing I dress

author .otIrr1 fortIJ awne suit with whit waist l tear, 3$ *Y aOUV. IF I PIPI/T KNOW
=t.Polnt.d Petey wanted t* be different, BRYAN DONALDSON qzr \ WAetS/ onset.11 by wN01AeCONroo i.AeV
arch r A/ 4 s u 1 s251..g. Write A seek t.r THAT WAS A DEO LA*piKAN8M aivDAP
he t ef
.! chanced e pair CrOOtJi// brI Srl r/
10" pink *.|ima* he fund 'In *n en aerial eunner In the Ma
ao.X paper>rte4 9 old' trunk In e deserted. cabin rice CI"a.Pbotolr.ph.

plums ,:I en the Ice, resulting In I )' 1 II a family Rf i, tiAYS
I 11.DlaphanoUtSLTuii cempltt chance In her per hobby for the Donaldson sons
/4 tar I- aeoellty. Blair, 11, and Scott t. help lI
,I IS.Ahla4 Mary Richard Gibson did the with the developing, printingand
..1 17 I' rs
'T. a4ID' lluitrationa
enlarging the dark room.
bird U :i a. as a2' Born with "writing In the The boy are active la the
4LD.clc with 21 21
blood" by way of a couple of Howard Palmetto Khoury
Y l
tt. ::aI air newspaper editor uncle! 42 League,' and with their I.'eer.
'"CapItal r year old Donald Ion worked asa old sister Lorry, sing In the
lwit&. 2. J.'STo reporter on newspaper In choir for children at Christ e M

pay Connecticut and Pennsylvania, Congregational Church, Sunl- e/w. Mar .5Ms
4t. ll sa.Sa" it addition to the Miami III,. land *
--- -- --
.t If u J. Iy I. N .. aid, for several yeara Now Mra. Dtnaldaon (Betty) play -
41.Vfp.nbOWN e i public relation man with the piano and conduct the 'junior OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMSIundey
4' u ".fLo.1i4 I)elton Corp., he continue choir.
free lane writing of article Donaldaon'a mother Mri

4e. .s and photo journallim, Gertrude Ellli, live with them,

l.JDUlllt Bern and relied. 'In Pair- Donaldaon U working on another ANOTHRR MAGA21Ja 1 HALF WI.il YRH, IT .Trip onuwem' t WIlH I wean'ToAN'pO
"I.&Nlder '7&zI4 flats, Cennv Denaldien graduated book to be published In ARTICLe.TH5Y Duo WI HAD THSM THINK iD ,1,O i WITH e04001. MOOse-
from Ittwnten UP AN OLD WANDTCHET YRT t THINK OM 1RIaD THAT IRON-PALL 10U'Re A eJePOD11as
014- Military the near future, also for the CWIULTOSMOW eCHMW'TO TO BR ANY.TH' PLSAetD THAT Mt.u NCw'PCNceeW5
Academy In Vlrelnl' and was 3.to-*.year-old level PIROT MACHNe ORT OUT OR T14 q ILMTH' 6RANDED TH* TO Le-AN fT a M1*
SILL OP TH' THAT MAD[ '.10U CAN LONOCAR THEY MILK. ACAD./OUR
w000.5.00010 HIM/ DRAT MlaF0 0J Tae pADPewtYRou /
WIN A FREE TICKET TO THE IDUPr
'1 CINEMA THEATER A PERFECT WAY :TO END THE DAY h

CUTLER RIDGE REGIONAL SHOPPING CENTER ULL DS & SONGS ;A it

,\ NAME: e. . . . . . .. . AS YOU LIKE THEM Y I
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ADDRESS: . . .. . . . . i. $ 1

t TELEPHONE: . . LYLETHOMPSON .,a 3r' iJ t
Entrant mutt be II yearn ar elder. Drawlnn will be held :
every Tueaday. Deposit coupon In boxe 'located In the stores J.
at Cutler Ridge Mtlenil Shopping' Center participating ,
merchants and their employeti are not eligible.frL .

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I Palmetto Rally Tops South Dade, 4-3 : U -II! ill





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Scoring DoneIn ,



2 Big Innings



Palmetto High School came up with a big

sixth Inning Friday night that was just enough to i ie
top South Dtde'i big third.
The final tally Was 4.3, with all the scoring!

coming! in .those two innings, in a game played at
Suniland Park .

Bob Bahaman ltd Off the(I Inning, laid down a bunt that
third Inning for the JUbele sent Curry across the plate,
with a tingle and went tosecond but DuProe was out at first
on an error by Panther The Inning ended when Bo
short top Jess Austin Williams struck out.
Bill Russell) who handled the
t s a,, pitching chorea for South Dade
re
until the bit sixth inning, reached South Dade

first tie on an error by
Norman Frost and Stltnnan Tops )Miami
l rj went to third Newton was safe
on first on a fielder's choice
which retired Russell at second, Military\ 110By
t Sys'I'"" .a. Harris struck out and Eric ,

1 1, Whlen singled scoring the two ITIVI A'tMUUAN
a base runners SalUman and Sperts CerrtiBondtnt
Newton,
South Dsde's baseball
squad
On the play to the plate, VI-
blasted !little Mliml Military
blest went second
to
t
Academy 11.0 at Harris Field
Jeff Cross singled scoring Field Tuesday afternoon and

Vlhlrn and then stole second scratched their current win. .... .......
Larry Fordyee who had come sting streak to three In.creating -
games .
: .
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In to relieve Palmetto pitcher ----' '- -- -
their sesion's record
SAFE AT THIRD till Weaver, Cerpcnttr's loco), sends the dirt flying es Florl- Larry Wall, hit Mark Ferrar to 0-0.
de Recreation third socks Doug Pyle makes a desperate stab far the boll iso with a pitched ball and walked Disk Thomas was the winning ERIC VIHLEN ef South Dade High trots across"

Homestead little Legue game Thursday. ,,1. caught the boll but his foot: foe Qulnonea. pitcher ss he went five I home plote after being singled home by Jeff Cress '

was oil the beg. The Carpenters. wen the tight pitchers duel 1-0. Bill Polk struck out ending innings and gave up four hits. Friday night' but the run wein'l enough, Palmetto'
______ _n_____..__ I he Inning and the scoring for David White relieved Thomas cr
Palmetto the Rebels In-the sixth end fanned two; of won, 4.". '

Rvttell held' Ms ewn until the three men he faced +l-'!
Hook Line the sixth Inning' when Jeff Crois was the leading Ii ,
Wins Dual every litter for the Rebels as he L.L. Earned $333.25Olioles ..+-?
thlni blew, up and the Pan.
went 2 for 3 at the plate. Crois
and there Cook ae'varrtif ef everyppertunlfy BOW HARRIS left
tripled home South Cade's In. ,
Swim MeetPalmetto ,, ( t e weep. wa> the
tlal run In the tint Inning, fielder ef the South Dade
Sinker bell elms scoring Erie Vlhlen, and his Cards High School teem, weirs

High School toppedSo Bill Knight opened the sixth double la the fourth Inning en a' fly bell which he

... Dade recently at Palmetto for Palmetto with a walk and brought home three more runs, caught for en out In a
If SILL IARNIISgt Country Club In their final w.as followed by Pare Halt Miami Military held theR..bel. Get game with Palmetto High
dual swim meet of the season strand, who filed out to center to one run for the first $1,058.49That School Pet.metto
Friday night
Karl Greer of the Homestead Police Department with a score for boys of 49.41, field. three Innings, but la the fourth -
landed a 15.pound, 19-ounce mutton snapper Wednesday girls 03.41.South Allan Hindman JOt a Mt An South Dade began a crushing wen, 4.3.Tennis .
la Hawks Channel above North Key Largo, He was using error by renter fielder Salts rally, major league ball game between the Si Louis
Dtde's Presertn, Mchols '
mullet for baitMuttons Cross' double and two errors
Cardinals and the Baltimore Orioles netted tidy sums to
and man sent Knight to third and
Douglas B Neale took coot the visitors four runs In Party
are bard fighters end the edibility is excellent. the boys Medley relay In 2::090 hen Hlndman went to second, the fourth end hits by Joe both teams and the Homestead Little League, which got a

Greer sod B. 0, Smith brought la an excellent catch against Pslmetto's Ross, Ken. Jess Austin rams through Julnnonei and Thomas five percentage on advance ticket sales, For
dill), C. Miller and Schwartx. In with a triple, which drove In Jr. High
of yellowtail, snapper and large grunt betides the big the girls event Palmetto's Knight and Hlndman Dade three additional run.. Figures released Thursday by Chamber of Commerce

mutton The avenge mutton snapper caught In theaewaters Ambler Jones, Ryan and Mike Ferrar bobbled a ball I Coach an Eddie entire line Adam.up In substituted the- Manager James Maxwell show that Little League youngstersand Slated

will average below 10 pounds, Klrchelmer tagged In 2:37.1: hit by Curry, but the official sixth Inning and the fresh crew their coaches sold 1.WJ tickets and earned $11111 to buy Pupils
ahead of South Dade CaitllleHodion scorer called It bit This
S e e a got the three runs that wrapped league equipment
Turner and S. Mayers put Curry on lint end droveIn the On Friday April 24th the
up game
Charles and Nancy Williams, fishing Thursday with Austin. Bill Ballard the Checks for 1,05U' each were delivered to the two ball second tennis party for the
200 Freestyle, Davis (SD) I opened up
George and Margie BoUko, made a good catch of large Curry stole second on tho clubs last Friday Maxwell said' Palmetto and Homestead Junior
slxt'.i: with and
2:1741, Burke (P), Lewis (SD). a single Randy
mangrove snapper and better-thsn average size grunt In play to the plate for Austin hell( brought him home High students will bl held at
Girls Alexander (P) 2397Thompson : on a Reason for the
Hurricane Creek. Nancy topped the trip with a 12'. (SD), Ilsyes (SD). Frost got a hit, which sent'double, Aaron Beam drew a delay In final tally was that figures for the Municipal tennis courts In
pound mutton snipper. Curry to third. walk and he and Hull came the junior ticket sellers' final report bad to be rounded up Homestead. All players art to
toys 50 freestyle, S. HurstP i Dan DuPree, who went In to home later on a base hit by and its pretty hard to get almost 400 boys to turn In their be on hand before nine o'clock
e e e ( ) 293, Lepplg (P), DeBonn pitch for Palmetto In the fifth ,Billy Harris money snd unsold tickets on time," Maxwell said, eo that the girl who belong
Dennis La Prsdd of Don's Bait and Tackle says good (SD). Girls, Caylor (P) 310, -------- te the Sensate can get away'no
catches of bottom fish have been showing up all week, Price (SD), S. Mayers (SD). later than eleven.

good.sized mutton snapper Included. Individual medley, boys, I This affair Is distinctly a
Myers (SD) 2:SI,4, Eeitlln (P), Warnock )party and the only requirement
e e MacDonald (P). Girls, SowersP Tops 63 Champs outside of being la Junior highIs
Leaders uied In bottom fishing should be of the platUo ( ) 3:17.11, Craft (SD), LanceP that I the boy or girl must
coated wire variety. ( ). know what a legal serve la.He .
Diving: boys, D. Hunt (P!) need not be able to do It
Heavy monoflllment Is sometimes used, but the chanceof 161.8, G. Miller ((1), Neal (SD). Warnork Ford Little Leagui ilPhlllippt''I l 68.Conley Chevrolet Cam Rnultt Wednesday, 7 pm., Florida well, however This Is s pro-
It being cut la great Girls, Klrchelmer (P) PIT K. turn chalked up Its first win,(battle Wednesday, I Phillip. M 4, Carpenters City va. Bank of Fla. gresslve doubles affair and the

There Is a theory that ordinary leader wire produces Meyers (SD). of the season Wednesday over After a two-run lead by Con' Union 2Police Thursday 7 p.m.,. Carpenters player gets a new partnerevery
lilt year's champion Bank of three games, It la lust
i slight electric shock In salt water, thereby causing shy Butterfly Calender (PS) 1:04.11: Florida In.a 4.2 pitchers' bat Icy, Phillips came from behind 10) Warnock Ford 4 Union vs Coral 0. RangeraFriday and it la devlaed ao the beginner -
SD Douglas ( ) Myers ) score
fish to the bait.I Coral G Rangers Bank it well
drop lie In Little League play, 101| can enjoy as ss the
Ryan (P) 1399: Turner (SD), the fifth Both teams wereecoreleis va. Warnork Ford.
of Florida 6
have taken bottom fish. Including snapper and Amber (P). The bank team, after one In the sixth, and Friday, 7 p.m, Bank of Fla. good player
grouper on plain wire, but I can remember a night on Girls 100 freestyle Davis run In the first inning, lost t Phillips taught fire In the ex-1 Phillips 66 9)! Conley Cher. 2 vs. Conley Chevrolet There are no fees of any
the Baytront Park jetty when the snapper were biting [(P) 1:18.3.: Degleman (SD), out to Brian Msrsb two big Ira Inning, bringing In 7 rune Warnock Ford 4, Sink of kind', free use of balls and
furiously. My bait would no sooner retch bottom thin 1 Cattllle (SD), Boys, Barber (P) doubles for Warnock which for a 9.2 victory Florida 2Carpenleit BASEBALLSTANDINGS rackets and each peraon will

had a bite. My partner, using the Identical bait with plain I M 7. Lepplg (P), Davis (SD). brought in all four runt In the Police pitchers Edward Bryant .I Union 11| Florida drink.get a Ice little water amount all of the of time soft
wire couldn't buy a bite. He changed to the plaitlc coated early Innings, City 0
Backstroke girls, Thompson and John Fink held the, will be furnished.The .
wire and began catching fish. (SD) 1215, Lance (P), Bunten Warnock's best defensive play Conley team scoreless In the Police 8)) Conley Chev 0 Royal Palm Drug Store
The most bait for bottom fishing cut mullet Calender P 059 of the evening came In the Iln.al Phillips 64 14, Warnock Ford
popular are ((1') Boy., ( ) 1: daylight game of Friday's double GOLD COAST and the Homestead Tennis Club
and shrimp. Small !live fish fished just above the the J. Neale (SD), Presecan (SD), I Inning, when Bank of FlorIda header, with Bryant 4. ATHLETIC CONFIRINCI are sponsoring the party and

bottom will get good action and In many cases produce Girls 400 freestyle Alex- threatened WsrnocV Dumbrowskl ng out eight of 11 Conlejr atrlk-I Capet Sclitdnltd/ (Including Semis ef ArIlIU) they declare that if there Is a
larger fish.Bonlto I, nder (P) 8406: Hayes (SD), Itching to retrieve for bunt, scrambled tars, Police batters Monday 7 p.m, Warnock va Sevthern Division good showing of players ouch
makes good cut bait for grouper, Ladyfish is lloduon (SD), Boys, Seltlln (P) rolled to I sitting a position, fell and right run., with the longest CoiJcy. Cent, All a i party would be conducted
4873: Langdon (SD), Lewis hit a triple off the bat of Games Games three or four times during the
,
widely 7 (0
also good for cut bait. Shrimp and mullet are most made the out at home plate, Tuesday, p.m., Phillips WL
Fink Pitcher for the losers WLlUaleah
SD). school
( year
obtained from bait shops vs. Folios .
used because they are readily The first extra Inning game
Com and Hen 61 91
were Thompson The lucky winner of the
Breaststroke girls Jones (P
)
when the will refuse mullet or the league season the
There are days snapper was Jackson
02
derson 10 :3
gate prize will receive a nice
1289: Hatton (SD), K. MeyerSD
and take only shrimp.A ( ). Boys, Nichols (SD), 1181: In the second game of the Test A Pup Miami Beach 82 66 gift.
few years ago while bridge fishing on the Keys !: SD Coral Gables 43: 74
MacDonald (P) Roe, ( ) A11 Starse AF doubleheader, Phillip. 68 romped -
found that the snapper would take only live shrimp We I Free relay, South Dade girls to a 14.4 win over Warnock To find the best pup In a Palmetto 33 83Chris Nails For ToolsHow
Columbus :33:
were using the frozen variety with no success. Everyoneon Hitten, Grail, Dcgalemsn and Ford with five runs In each litter, do what the experts do. Southwest 34 47 76
the bridge caught fish but us. Price came In at 2:11,B, unop. Team To PlaySouth of Its big second and third ,They toss a handful of meat Key West 34 74 many camp tools can ,
Upon returning from a short journey to the nearest posed South Dade boys Bran nnlngt.. Catcher! Geral Trlce'a chunks Into the middle of a South Dade IS 86' you make out of a nail? Soap I
bait ahop with live and kicking shrimp we also caught non, DeBonn, Farley and Hen Dade All.Stars will home run-his first In three bunch Then they note which Arch Curley 06 48 I dish Clothes hood Candle bolder .
fUh demon, 1:52.8, unopposed lay the 319th Fighter Interceptor years of Little League play, pup gets the most That one Coral Park 5 t Emergency drill or..Needl.rlall .
A lifetime Is too short to learn all the do's and don'U Squadron of HomesteadAir lad fans standing In the!will be the most tggresilve Miami Senior 4 8 hook. Spear or arrow pointVelva

of fishing, but one thing Is certain: For best results. trY. _Slow__ _For__ Quail Force Base In an exhlbl- bleachers._ __ hunter.
a variety of baits. Always wait ten minutes after lion fait.pitch atftbsll game[ '
Sunday. '
flushing a covey of quail before The same vlll be at Municipal EFFICIENCY. HONEST UW ENFORCEMENT 'AUTOepIOrS
I you proceed after them. Field at 2 p.m. I
Baseball Calendar This gives the covey a chanceto The battery for the Let's PULL

regroup and build up enough will be Charles Au.star"1 Re-Elect LEVERCEO. 488 \
scent for dogs to follow. -
(pitcher) and Lee ,
(Miami Marlins Cameo) __. _

At Miami Stadium ausw I ,

(From April 20.May 81)) ,, E. V Stating
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3 New Mobile Homes Wheel Drums Turned !v

Mom. April 20 Ft Lauderdale H WRIGHTCONSTABLE Hlh..ullc'roll io : I V1 r f

Sun. April 2( Tampa I
Mon. April 27-Tampa TREMENDOUS REDUCTION Perfect Circle Rings' /

Tuts. April 28 Lakeland THIS SALE ENDS I ? .. Reybestos Breke, linings's,

Wed April 29 LakelaniThurs. d MONDAY Lowered Te Sell a -
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I Monday through I _I alie has held 3 four.year terms, 12 years of office
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