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Today'sColumn L Page' 4 Page 6 Page 18"HOMESTE4WS Page J2... -Police- --- -

Honorable Danl. B Faacell ar Nem mea't:; Chief

Congress of Ui United SUtei t ,

House of RepresentativesWsihlnjton ,t'' ; Named
; D. C. 1 51S :

Dear Mr, FiiceU;
Public Homeitesd named a new police
After your last Sunday's Spirited Neclpalcr" \ chief Wednesday, to take
think office June 1 when' his resignation
performance I maybe "'
yeti better VOL 53 NO. 34 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964 28 PAGES TEN CERTTPER COPY Force from becomes the effectiveAt Chicago! Police
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find sometime an adjourned session of

horn to and come do As A Deterrent To Law Student Leaders the city council, Thomas F,
I j-Y--4 Flouting Say ItDbsn Sr, was approved by a
some campaign .1. __ bare quorum,
door! H''btn, 4', hi i 21 yssrs .,
knocking c*'! with yourt Publish NamesPublicity I administrative background In

lion r a of reports course Young Delinquents' law enforcement," said City

being a Mir.
JIOW'I-e4 bi/
cycle. Temples" or notoriety is the Juv- and police in recording offenses committed by Blackburn cited a judge In Wyoming,
nlle'. biggest deterrent to flouting the law a youths under 17, whose policy of naming the offender regard
It', not th.11 think you'reIn group of outstanding South Dade High School leas of his age has cut juvenile crime l In his district -
much trouble politically, seniors aald Tuesday "Not the first time maybe, but certainly .by more than 70 per cent, -
for a second offense, the names of the offend
(I the moment, but you ap- The seniors, serving officials of Home- ers should be published and the names of "We, as young people In this area, appreciate

patently need torn prstllceon stead during Youth Citizenship Day, urged an the parenta*, too," commented Bill Blackburn that the newspapers and police are

the bike, and as long *i end to the_no-name policy used by newspapers youthful "city manager" for the day, ____(Continued on Page 13))
you might; be going to do -- -

tome pedaling you may ascell .
mike It doubly' worthwhile \

Reports, filtering down her

hid you finishing somewhere SEADADE OWNER LUDWIG / '

near last la that bicycle rare

round the El I pie. A Republican

or two nude It sound rS

worm thin that, but then
they wanted to emphasize
the fact that a few of their THOMAS F. HOIAN
own party out.pedaled a few To ale Felice Chief

Democrat. EXPRESSES OPTIMISMMagnate M.nep.r Olaf Pearson Inrecemmandlni
I know you're busy with him.
such things Into
ai a study
Hoban'a appointment' at a
feuds between the federal
regular council meeting Monday
supervisory agencies was stymied by a 13 vote' ,
and an Investigation of this
with Councilman Fred Rhodes
country's effort In the International .

Ideological strug- abstaining.Rhodes said he bad been
lie, but please rememberthat Gives Third Press .Interview to attend an Interview session
dlitrlct bas
your a reputation
with the man at 6:SO p.m..
to live up to. and asked that another Interview

After all, this .U bicycling I' be scheduled for Wednesday .
country, and Homestead, ai fay JIANNITTI THORNMulUmilllonaireSeadade In Seadade's operation, Ludwig dismissed the Ha r'efutsed to comment on a rumored marriage before an adjourned

home of the Dr Paul Dudley owned Daniel K. subject with one nentencej between Seadade and Florida Power and council At the session.Monday stttlen,

.While the Bicycle most famous Club, bicyclingcity probablyla Ludwig yesterday told this newspaper that he "I don't like lawsuits life's an awful Light Company again _referring the reporter Mayer Richard' Center endCouncilman

11tb., country, etlll I Is optimistic about establishing a deepwater short thing." to Bush. said they James favor the Geedinihad elevation .

Maybe chew you attend that port and industrial park around heavy ef same '", .m", .fHomestead's
rongreetlonal breakfast next industry on hU holdings east of Homestead FP&L Seadade Plan Joint Venture ? P. 2 present HHce
week that will put the national .. force lath added, however
Alf Force Base.. .? fIn : *.,, *. >. '. ... .... ...' that tUben Is woU uoMled.
spotlight M the valutat .....__ .. I.r LJ ,. .. .. .. .-.T: 'department
'. riding bicycles no will --- T J-l & Both said they feel the '
of the three
Ludwig hag
mention your. embarrassmentof one 'i 'Kike-Over' Said On: \ ja ,running,well, and
lest Sunday especially ever granted to news media, the publicity-shy\ "there must be some member

In light of the fact, ..'I 'un shipping magnate backed up his personal rep. \ who Is qualified for the chiefs
derstand It, that to' here James Jub
you ere resentatlve Bush.
receive some sort of :Vltatlontor Metro Inroads'Hit Vetlno far H*.an'a e,,. .\
promoting the UN of "I've put Bush in complete charge there J mint Monday and spats last

bicycles I lie's much closer to developments than I am,. nlaht were CeuncllwemenRuth
Campbell end Councilmen -
If you do decide, that, blight and ny'I qUery to him will get you the right By Council Herman Marks end William ..
of the plow progress of answet," Ludwig said Dickinson. After Inter
legislative business In theSenate viewing Hoban, Rhedss alto
it might be best for Dade businessmen, afraid to( hive their ,, sad an affirmative vote to
Homestead officials took a firm stand against
to home for dashed confirm the Chlcag* mane
you get some hopes again, have been wonderingsince
in-oadi Metro
"further by government" Monday appointment.Conley .
practice on the bicycle per.baps
you could help us with Sunday how much stock to put In Bush'sIndication I and vowed not to give away a single city privilege Goodlng and Councilman

a few little problems around that Seadade might still create 1U unless, they. are forced to William Radford voted
here. port and Industrial park, despite Metro Commission Mayor Richard Conley, com>> .. ---I against the hiring of Hoban
meriting that he la "sick and. Monday All three were assent
For Instance, some of the opposition that has all but killed its tired of being a .old-out Individual ..lI'tI. I at last night's telNlon.I .
horse lovers would appreciate proposed refinery, said It has become s A proposed Metro ordlnsnce Absence of the three who
assistance.One more and more evident In recent ., that would require city had earlier voted against' Ho.
"Candidly, with the money we'd have to L' months that Metro It police and firemen to be trsln- bsn's hiring was explained by
of them Herb Stein. spend (t9 construct the port and industrial gobbling[ up the cities and taking ed at Metro-operated Police I those pretent They said Good-
berg, reported the other day park), it can't be done around one refinery municipal advantage and Fire Academy before tiny Ing had another meeting to attend
thaf his borne quite frequently or any one Industry," he said. "We'd haveto one by one t"The could be hired, by the city, I Conley could not be
I plays The Anvil Chorus. be able to attract other industry and lots c takeover Is en, full (The training Is fine, but a reached, and Redford had mikeIt paid
W hen he Opened the conveis of It." 1 farce," Cenley .said "end I well-qualified man, already he to ain't' the meeting.In pure he.
sstlon I thought st first hit 7 want te elate here and new trained elsewhere, would not>>
maybe Mr. Steinberg needed Reflecting the optimism with which he ttiat during my term ., office need It, the council said And ether sctltns Mendty
the help, but he explained has tackled business ventures all his life, Ludwig i I will note 'no' en ajvlnfeway sometimes a man Is needed for night. the council I
rather quickly that his animal said firmly that Seadade "is not defeatedyet anything mere" duty Immediately and would Gave. the green light tan
lin't really so musically: Inclined ; you have to be optimistic and keep on. 1 1H' Th. council backed hla lund not be able to work If he had already.begun property reevaluation -
being optimistic" and called for an emergency not completed the school, they that would erase tat
meeting of the Dade League added) atteiiment Inequshtles. The
His hone does this while He scoffed at the delays and obstacles of Municipality to achieve a s The county wide license program wee halted two weeks
walking along some of the Seadade has faced In its two-year struggle to united stand against a proposed hat would licensed ago when Mayor Conley sug
area roads, On every' other get approval for heavy industry and a port 1 county-wide building trade builders and give contractors county pealed Its figures would be use
step a foot hits a beer cm from the county and state. li license which It said "Is, going to work In Dgde a permit lets when Metro bikes over assessing
and the tune Just comes out. .1 \ to hurt, small munlclpalitlei without any and issuing tax bills
of ii.cen.e
a city
Mr Steinberg and other "This isn't much difficulty," he told this and our building tradeimen" payment next year It was reactivatedby
newspaper, "Anything worthwhile requires along "We have an anti.munlclpallty '. the council with hopes thatit ,
horse lovers would
prefer hard beard en that Metes e A proposal to crests a can be completed In time
haul and lots of work. .
without the
riding Impromptu,
i Commission' ," the msyerstsrtd countywide library board Continued on Page Iwo)
but they don't know .l ,
muter backing ---- --- -- ---
much the ,
how to get rid of all the beer "I appieciateery "Se Ifs more 'Important '
*e'\e gotten from your businessmen and all new than ever before
cane nor how to train a hone
to mist them when they'rt In' the people who are working to help us," Ludwig ; ..+. t" that we attend the Lttfue ef This Happened To Me. .

such profuilon said fervently IARING SHINY FOIL; CLAWS, the "K.f Silt.,." Municipalities' meeting" Is

Now Mr I r" 1',11. I'm not But his notcrious ahynera got the better of get reedy for their dance in the Homestead Kiwenls 8 present The council a united paced front.reanlu! '. after I placed the following classified. ...
show te presented et
advocating that you go into him when he was asked if he would attend a Ropers, 10.ct variety Street lion. Indicating a strong alandtjalnstl in The News Leader- Post.
Auditorium llth
the can collecting business, testimonial-type dinner here to>> discuss Sea- e,m. Sofgrdey In the Elks ot I
could and Old Dill, Highway. With Welly Kelrsteod. es s Proposed Metro ordinance
hut perhaps )ou use dade'a tutu I"e with local people. ,
your blocle and office to put emcee, the phew will feature Jo. ana Jo Pent, Tom thai would give the county control BLONDE dining room table,
the spotlight on this little "Oh, no, I couldn't do that .' Oh, no," Myers, lernle Heinle, Lois Schuck end Jill Mallory's over city water rates, especially china cabinet, t.ehlln. good *
problem tIn he said Jill,"... A dente until 1 ".m. will 'fellow the pro- those charged to customers : rend, $75, 2 foam rubber sipper -
I Sr.". (Staff Photo I by Dan Phifer). In the _unlncoipnratedMTATo covered couches with bolsters
Until nf how you helped "It's thoughtful of you to offer, but. oh -. --- ._,- make Into beds matching
tell folks down here that they Business associates say he IA just that, FeasibilityOf
had to start work on that despite the hard business sense with which he Study I COMMENT:
will need
canal which Aerojet developed a financial empire that Includes .
I suspect there are tome holdings all over tht world. "W. ware very pleated with the responia we r-'
I other problems you might .calved from our ed, and the speed with which
help ui with too Asked if ho has considered suing the I Commuter Bus Service, all af the items advertised were sold, due to .d-

I Rut maybe wed better dray. county or the_ state because of costly. holdups_ !i vertising The News Leader-Post. Your classified
rues thorn when you get here -- ----- -- ----- I Ij section had been recommended to us by others
thinks for Commuter bus service between i I Miami) end live In ewr area," south as Tenlne, Is not yeti I that had hoppy to spread
For now many equal suttees, so wa ore
Inix-rtinir another of our editorials Traffic Deaths Man Fined For' Homestead and Miami!I Maxwell aald. "'", net re- j pi y Ing for itself, according/ to; the good word..'

and a new story about 1 Hauling Fruit ltI'be the subject of S feaalblllty -I I 1I"'ltln the service "\'" only" the authority's managementjconsultants. '

bicycling Into the CongressInnil Down In Dade study ordered ay lnV!I I e study te se If It would, be National City Management .I OUR THANKS TO. .
Record along with your f.ttlble If ef cam-
James C, Hsnshsw, formerlyof Metro Transit Autorll/, any type MRS. R. D. MITCHELL
timely epwmentn I
Sheriff T A Buchanan reported Quail Roost Drive near Per muter,service' (an (uttify Itself 15610 SW 84th Court
It's too early to decide wheythiir
Islets Templesw I this week that a 27 percent 'zinc, has been fined 1100 for Jim Maxwell, manager of then we would like t. Miami 57 Florida
I the route Is needed or ,
decline la traffic fatalities transporting avocado to the Homestead Rsdland District have It."
not however, aid Stanley
last sear was tchleved "'VlD west coast of nand without Chamber of Commerce, asked
Gates, president of the
WIATHIIt learn the Megicoi WANT ADS
though traffic eU.tlon.were He auggeated one r two
proper inspection>> Hs
for the study asid!
M -.Inf.II Tuesdsy consultant firm. The route leon
Sunday j. 78 70, .reduced. He pleaded guilty to the the request was backed, by lhe| buies In the morning/ and In a flO-day trlsl basis; CALL .
Buchanan said that the reduction charge April 10 in federal dlstrict afternoon. ,
llondt ,.. 78 eaTusdl Chamber of Commerce and theHomestead the
71 In traffic deaths was court, MiimL Count! Also before the authority la CI CE 83393U
'' 7.2321
City I
) 80 73 due to "selective quality enforcement The offense occurred late in The two-week-old South ,Dade a petition to extend the service ,
\\ednevday -_ ," l01'E: HAlt' .* peel le w..rk In route,. which conies as far to Cutler Ridge.

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I' FP&L-Seadade Plant Might. Be FeasibleOne I

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On Libraries Retained I't. ." '- w But Both Firms

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County Board Cancels Say There Have

One Charter Amendment Been No StudiesA

County commissioners! voted,.transfer I or abolish any exist. The amendment would' simply" ]

Tucsdty to repeat a eontrover'Ins boards or governmentalunits ctnfust the library lassie, rumored combination water deaalinlxatlon
slat proposed amendment to within county limits. they said as well as railing I well be feasible and
(ears by the cltltt that Metre # and power plant "might per.
the Metro charter anti Ignoreda I In* amendment kept en Intended new encretchmenta haps should be explored," Seadade representative

motion by one of their number the .ballet email etttbllth e In all municipal functlens. James Bush laid Wednesday.The .

to dump I second proposed i I ..,,,.m.nt ef libraries heldtd rumor, published by a Miami dally newt-
change. I i .by e rtftultnil' library A new law pasted by Congress I paper and a Miami radio station, laid Seadade and
I director tppelnted by the may prove a deciding Florida Power and Light Co are negotiating for
Both were to appear on the county mtnitr te operate factor In whether Metro gives plant Seadade holding In
May 2e ballot and both were and maintain e county II. library service to Its unincorporated -. the combination on
resident. South Dade.
brary system' area
linked to establishment of big plant on Seadade land,

county library "n'lc')1I Dade. This amendment la sponior-, The bill will pump tsS mil., Bush admitted that he hat toned for Industry and fir
ed by the Metio library Ad. lion into the nation's existing been t.lklnI'ltb Robert fit*. from habitation
The amendment which was 1'vliory' Board, seeking library: libraries and aid areas presently president of the big power Coder the pressure of population -
repealed would hive spelled)'service for 400,000' resident without library service. company, but said they have 'and business expansion
out the comml alon'. powers to : just talked In roundabout in South Dade, FPtL has been
of Dade's unincorporated areas Florida Elate Library Extension "
create new boards, merge, terms: I looking all over the county for
who are without public library director Verna Nlitendlrk
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and remote site
I a new more ,
ftr Pitt the pubIk
facilities. has Indicated to the Metro Library I
File\ ssld.Seadadt
Board that $500,000 maybe rtlatlens vice president
Shop Leisurely. Commliiloner Arthur Patten available to Florida counties SEVERAL GOULDS RESIDENTS welch el firemen cktlnijulsh the blot that tie- ef tot power company uld reluctant te give
moved that this amendment be to atsUt in library development I strayed this combination/ ber-reitourent-roomlng house Tuesday. The furniture "1t0 inch nt,itlitltni ere I up piano far 'Its pert and Mdustrlel
his In rtctnt
from the ballot park
dropped too and II- is of thai tine en, end we knew ef
with the Friendly but his motion tiled for lack for some removed from the build ins (Staff photo) prepestd.". weeks been cenilderme the
brary conduction.Mttre none
tf a second.He feislblllty ef an alttmttt"
P.ople .t said liter one reason for library beard members I !Fire Razes Bush described his talks with heavy Industry te tike the

Ms opposition to the library tell County Menejer :County Requests i rile ti "juit generalities," and place of the refinery is flninclil -
amendment was that It could Irving McNayr recently that I I sill the reporter who bid .'rtt. basis far the big com
unless" far
meney library tea bout the negotiation / .
a story plex.Alternites
lead to a one n.h. fix increase
.., ,, Building
wlc. It Included In hit "
"hit good imsglnstion. named by Bush
11 repealing the tthtr a
I amendment the ctmmlttlen proposed tail IS .budget Dtde Bay Lands 'ritle However curb I combine- Sunday Include the water deullnaUon -
U, I. 1 era 'Indicated, they tilt that may ,lien eve en sttte grants the Goulds lion might work well for both plant a fertilizer
at Caribbean lied such powers were Implicit In tram the Library Act. Ms \ firms, since Seidide would factory, a sugar refinery and
the Metre charter anyway. I Nayr has Indicated he'll recommend I The Metro Commission this ten, who offered the resolution need "tremendous amount of a ship repair yard.
-- ----- ----- such funds If the week formally asked for tit aald the county la rap- Fire-tlghting unit from Per po er" for the mammoth water
voters fever library service tale (t.o the bottom Illicit of j able of maintaining adequate rlne and Princeton answered deiallnltaUon plant It U
'In imlncerperttetf areas. south of. Blscsyne Bay. J controls and ascertaining that calk twice Tuesday to fight studying ai a possible alternate Card Sound
GOOD MORNING. e. U the voters turn down the In a resolution the com- the bay la maintained for a blue that destroyed a building to the refinery around
amendment libraries operatedby million etked the Internal park and recreation sac without containing a bar and restsursnt bleb It had planned to build Richt-Of-Wnv
I am a candidate. the county would have to be Improvement Board to turn speculative developmentby I In Goulds. Its decp-water port and Industrial v
for the office of administered by a five-manaboard mer.the title to the county. piivato Individual. park, Bush aild.
appointed by the governor I The fire first broke out In the EstablishedThe
JUSTICE of I'niler, the proposal the II I middle of And such '
Opponents this alternalive the morning and a power plant-
OF THEPEACE I contend a governor appointed Board would retain the right May was brought under control before assuming It ai a nen-nuclear
I e board would be subjectto to approve filling and dredging Comity too much damage had tn -would require' tremtnd- : County Commlulon apparently
et I political pressures permits, with the condition I bern done. sue amounts ef fuel, til, which set the stage, Tuesday
YQUR VOTE FOR :' that the submerged landsbe Gel Land could be shipped Into ttte area for a new building and toning
used only for public purples ) Ab.utIt\ minutes,, after the vie Seadida's perhaps board move against unsightly
CST; Weber Jr. LEARN TO FLYIn Near ParkDade ] I II trucks hid returned te theiritatltni li carat fir ttidid. owner shacks along Card Sound
MAY 5th -Compict ef The Air'The The area affected extends anethtr alarm came D. K. Lvdwlf's super linkers. Road.
New Piper Colt I from Rlckenbacktr Causeway In frem the same Itcttltn, The commission approved an
Will Be Appreciated SOLO COURSE $110 to the Monroe County County soon may reacquire known as M.",.'. ,ru...Thit ordinance setting the county

CARL WilER JR. rd, Pol Adv. HOMESTEAD AVIATION' ) I line. i I title to a 600'acre addition time the bulldlni' was putted Both companies have bid right-of-way along the road at
CI 740)1 to Homestead Rayfront by the flames toning problems In trying to 110 feet, the same as that recently
Commissioner Arthur fat( Paik.. If Metro commissioners establish heavy Industry here. adopted by Monroe/
accept the recommendation of Fire Inspectors add the first Seidada li scheduled for atoning County in which a portion ef
,County Attorney Carrey Da- fire seemed to be caused bya hearing next month to the road II...

I South Dade Area Dire ctOi I vie faulty electrics! fixture but determine whether Its IU-3 un Establishment of a rljht-of-
) The Valuable acreage Is held they bad not determined why limited industrial toning li re way on the road would glee
I by Maranja Drainage District, the fire rekindled rapidly tamed modified or returnedto the toning board the right to
an independent tax unit chartired enough to destroy the building general mage 10011I,. act on encroachments. Manyof
Barber Shops Lamps 2000 SHADESII by the ...11. It has been The structure .'11 owned by the buildings In questionare !
offend to the county for payment Deale Music Co. of Miami and It will be the llrii public partially on the riwly establlthed >
DRIVE-IN SOUTH MIAMI LIGHTORAMA : of back tUft and Interest was uninsured. Tots! loss wssestimsted hearing' hi the firm's tw.. right- l.w.,.

HEIGHTS BARBER SHOP SI32 Sunset Dr. MO 7 lit the amount of $11,289>> : around 15,000. i year fight to tttebllth a refinery Howard Luck of the build.
1941 I The county once held titleto port and 'Industrial Ing and board
20111 South Federal Hwy So.of Cutler Ridge, Rt 1 Mitty Fagan, operator of the toning substation
For Lamns & : the land but jest It because 'land tf In
SPECIALTY CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS 1 Shades combination bar rf.l.urant'l park en east Homettttd Porcine said Wednesday he
for some unknown reason It Air Ferct But, was awaiting word from county
HOURS-4:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Open Prl. b.... Repairs Accessories failed to pay taxes to the rooming house was asleep in I toning director Robert 8.
1 Barbers Haircut 11.00 ring Your Lamp For Fitting dralnsga district. The proper the building when the fire was i County commissioners hive Cook on enforcement action.

PARKING FRONT & REAR BEAUTIFUL GIFT LAMPS AT DISCOUNT! (ty reverted to the drainage district first diicovered. 'Indlcate'd that they do not favor He call the ordinance was noteffective
title Davis the refinery, and some question
a search
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Beauty Salons Lawn Mower Sales and Service showed.Drilnage. the establishment of the I Twice in the past year building
officials, that BirchitcMaterials industrial complex' as well.
aware and
toning have
Palm Plaza Beauty Salon LAWN MOWER REPAIR 'I \Hide wanted the GOO acres for FPtL has been denied tonIng descended on Card Sound Bold
MODERN SALES AND SERVICE DEPT I future expansion of Ita aouth' that It wants for a major with encroachment notices, but
(FOR THE DISCRIMINATING) Your Authorlied Dealer for Clinton Engines end "ernmoit& park made the sale expansion of Its Cutler plant. a legal nlght-of) -way for the
Under the Direction ef the Well Known. Parts for South Did and Monroe Counties offer, The firm was advised several road had been clouded with
HAIR STYLIST.' .. MR. PETERS SRtOOS-STRATTON ENGINE PARTS DEALER limes at Its bearing to look doubt until this week's erdlnanct -

-PALM High PLAZA Fashion Coiffurei BUILDING. IROOKER HARDWARE t LUMBER CO. I"I Legionnaires In Church? Into possibilities of locating the was patted.'Jont'd .

1176110. 221 SW 2nd Avt, Homestead, "'.-'hone 247-7)21
Dixie Highway Porcine' cr 1.0554 To Attend MeetFour ( Fron)
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----- --------- : A controversy In the Perrlne.
Roots LAWN MOWER SALES'N representstives of John Peters Methodist Church ever
0. Sslley American Legion the Influence of John Birch I
MAXSON MARINE MART SERVICE Post In Homestead will attend Society members In the con. Chief Appointedfor
FREE PICKUP and ESTIMATES e'lOtb district Legion conven regitlon hn been referred to
THUNDERBIRD-OMC lion at Key West May 2-4. Bishop James W, Henley in
Boats BOSTON WHALERS South As Fer At Cutler Ridge They Include Commander Jacksonville.A .
EVINRUDE MOTORS FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE Jim Puralow Adjutant Art the city to use the new fig to apply for federal funds to
No. Edge of Kramberger, Nick Sincere and A tf 21 members vies for Its next tat bills help build a new hall and
Hemn'nd; on U. 1.1 C, ,.am 6131 So. Diile Hy., So. Miami MO 1.7003 I group city
Jim Morris. wrttca Ittttr te the blthep e Directed City ManagerPearson test room fscllltlra at Robey
Builder Radio and TV ----- and the district superintendent. to negotiate with Fiords George and Homestead Municipal
-- AUTO Dr. C. M. CettMi. pre East Coast Railroad Taikt.
LET'S BUILD WILLIAM' HALE PAINTINGHand testing Mrs. Martha Hewl's rental of e parking lot Granted the request of
COMMERCIAL-HOMES-ADDITIONS tended 1 QQ9S petltltn it yeuth dlrtcter tt at Krome Avenue and Flakier motel] owner Robert Heister-
REPAIRS AT YOUR HOME Day Service wtj I the church Street. FEC has asked for ISO, man for paving of a ninefootwidth

Call Wally Keirslcad CI 7-3808 I SHOP ON WHEELS e PARTS LABOR DuFontPelntMtHBODY I e month since the former rental on the south aide of NE
ONLYe James E. Smith
SHOP I spokesmanfor was a percentage of park Ninth Street from Krome
LOTS-ACREAGE AVAILABLE REASONABLE RATES FREE ESTIMATES IM SW 2nd It-Cl, 7.Jill the protesting group, said lug meter receipts which the Avenu.1o Washington Avenue,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR.p.O. BOX 104 CE 5-157 Mrs Howl Is sn admitted memo city no longer uses 'o that Helsterman can pave
ber of the Birch society and Turned over to the coun his land adjacent to the street
Conlraclorit_ Roofing she was teschlng society philosophy !. rife water rate committee for for use as off-street piiilng.
I ARCHIE I to the youngsters,. in the study a proposal that land own Went on record opptilnga
HOME BUILDERS Ift\ DIXON'SSNOWDRIFT church. era whose property Is on a proposed 'amendment to the
VS9MYERS ROOF COATING l: Smith claims this (Is contra r7 city water line be charged the Metro charter which aptlls out
HOME IMPROVEMENTS Speclslldng' In '..vtllulltoof. to the tenants of the church minimum water rate, even if the structure under which a
BEAT THE HEAT THIS. SUMMER-COOLS AS IT '''d will undermine the young' hey do not use city water. I county library board would be
CONSTI CO. BEAUTIFIES JS's faith In God and the e Asked Pearson to contact created The amendment 'orl
e Licensed and Insured a All Work Guaranteed I,American ".y"of government U county to find out how much molly to Include only the unincorporated
Llctnud and Insured CE 5-0190 Per FREE Estimates Cell CE I-IMS advice and assistance from Met areas of the county
Dr. Cetton said be had
no planners. It can get free in! now has been to include
lira ring Aid changed
temment to make tht subject
Stationer en
return for
county taxes paid
- well,
municipalities aa
PetE DEMONSTRATION We'Yh1eW' but did Intimate, mil the by city residents Councllwoman
I I Campbell SB-
Triple Prelection When DELK'SnQMESlEADSfAIIONlM ( ) church could settle the mat-. e Directed the city manager plained.
7J!! L $ You Buy A Cur at the 'fecal' 'level' .- .-

ZENITH HEARING AID Office Supplies A'1 Supplies locks OtMIIng Carat Honors Special The copy of the letter to the 3: More To Be BuiltMissile
I. IV rl\l\ IOu"NO FISCHER & SONS J40 Washington Ave Homestead bl hop was not put In the mall
HEARINO AIDS 141 NORTH I ROME AVE.HOMESTEAD. 7(445 until late Tuesday and was,
CI, r ae11 FREE DELIVERY r [% Occasion:: scheduled for delivery some

Janitor Supplies and Chemicals Television time yesterday, I SitesContract -

Dally Deliveries,Just Phone Ul24720238 I The minister of the church,
L&M TV SERVICE Your Welcome Wagon Hostess Rev. Edison L. Russell could
TRACY CHEMICAL CO. will eilf with basket of not be reached for comment
a idfti
Swimming Pool Supplies Psper. Goods Service' Stitloa 18" I Let
Supplies Bar tt: Restaurant Suppllea Items for Motel', ...,.,..d CE 8.5603 and friendly greetings front
Antenna Completely religious civic and tuslnntleaders Smith slid Mrs Howl .,-'
Hotel, Club School Home and Hospital Use All Types ct The U. S. Corps of Engineers '
floor Finishes/ Cleaners Soaps Detergents Floor Machine GOOD USED TV SETS ReoionobU of our community wre a patently his the support ef. contract for construction of yesterday awarded a
the church since three more missile sites IB
the was
Bales and Rentals.? 478 Perrlne Ave. Shopping Center your family moves to a new South Dade.
22401 Old S. Dixie Highway' ,GouldsJeweler elected superintendent tf the
Uphohterrrs I home. youth division tt Tuesday Total amount of the contract Is SI,418,216.
Gilts nlhfs meeting of the tjwirtorly Fryd Construction Co. of Miami Beach was awarded
Rawson Custom Upholstery HOMESTEAD conference which li presided the work. All the sites will be for Hawk batteries.
.. ever .by the district Each will have
FERGUSON JEWELERS gees Sherman superintendent. J eleht buildings| live steel towers,
square feet of
JtXe sewage treatment and
Witch, Jewelery ft Shaver Repair CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE-FURNITURE REPAIR A letter was sent out by Mrs.
USE OUR FINANCE PLAN i I How) denying an accusation One site Is five miles south of Florida City, 01\8.7.1
328 Washington Av.., Homestead, Flo.PhontCI miles northeast of
that Homestead
FREE ESTIMATES-PHONE 23S.U37, she had Included Birch .and one 11.1 miles aortJI.
7-453S 1U30 SB. Dixie Hwy. .rr'ne-Opp.' Oyster House 1.4m society literature in church east or Home.tud.
I mailings.\ < Work at each will cost approximately S380.000.

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April JJ, 1W Th. NEWS LEADER end CUTLER RIDGE-.."... POSE ,... Th.. _
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I I OBITUARIES I Few Accepting I

Sheriffs Offer F NccS Ilte

Tuesday in Branim Funeral 000
Death Takes Chapel. Rev. L H. McMillanofdclited. S

Burial was In Pilmi. :

A. C. Witt, Memorial'Infant Park.Dies In Theft Fight ..I I COME ONE

Florist Marla Isabel Vega>: eight-' Sheriff T, A. Buchanan'a offer to deputize grove 0"....
month-old daughter of Mr, and
ere and farmers 10 Hut they may legally arrest tree-
Mn. Erneito Vega ot Tilla-
Funeral services fur AugustC
passers on their property bit bid few taken, it wn learned -
hiuee Road and CampbellDrh'
Wilt of Miami who died COME ALL
Sunday, were held Wednesday In the Redlandi died this week
In King Funeral Home In Mi April 20 in Variety Chi,dtfD'. Buchanan made the offer it a mm meeting of crow

ami. Burial was in Woodlawn HoipltiL ere bout three weeks ago, held to find answers to catalog

Park cemetery there, Besides her parents, tun'lying thefts and vandalism In Dade'i farm areai : HAYDONBURNS

Mr Witt, who WH 71 yean la a twin aUter, Beatrice Word frorajlha iheriffi office ii thlii take advantage t

old, was the owner of two Wltt'e Brinim Funeral Home wn o( the offer loon, n It may be withdrawn later
Flower Shopi In Miami He wai In charge fit griveildo aervlcei Interested growers. may Itt a questionnaire to fill out

well known In the South Dade Wednesday In Palm Memorial by wrltlnf to the Dado County aherlffa office In Miami. "

area, hiving done business with Pirk. After they've filled out this form, they must |0 to atieritfl. :
people here. Louis Kopp office to be fingerprinted and photogriphed. I IBuchanao'
He WH an active Mason, and Louis Kopp, M, who died on '
visited proposal was made aa a stopgap measure I' ,
on Homestead numerous occiiloni installing officer Sunday, bad a private burialtoday until abate and county lawa iked at the grower meeting -
at He lived SW
for the local club. can be adopted which would allow any farmer t 17Gtb St South Miami heights.Surviving
He moved to South Dade M are his two alitcrtAhhle mike a tU :fD'. arrest of unlawful trespassers on bla property I r

years ago from Niagara Falls Ouavla of Baltimore. I .
N. Y.. and lived at 1400)( NW Mi,- and Mule Bloche "of 4

17th Avenue Miami. Brooklyn N. Y. PICNIC
Surviving are hla wife, Rich- Uthgow South Miami Chip- Fruit Control'sFormally
el; t daughter Mri. Ruth el WH In charge of arrangement .
Hlen; two grandchildren, iev '
en great.grindchlldrea and two
aliten. The grandchildren are Dorothy Nation Die
Mri. Ronald Peters of Nirinja, Funeral services were held
Park and Mri Donald Curtis Tuesday at the Uthgow Wit- -
of MiimL helm South Miami Funeral I Park'
If VIRGINIA AMINDT Vr Freeman got news of the Tropical
Home for Dorothy Nation, St, ,
Marie Clouse I committee action. Wlpprech
who died Sunday which
Marketing contrail .
Mri. Marie Blanche Clouie, declined to dltcuu the contents
She lived at 7220 SW
regulated South Florida'shuge
79, of 221 NW Seventh Avenue.Homeiteid have other than to say It wa
Place, here 81 :
died April 11 in coming yean lime and avocado Indue- a "cordial letter\ .
ago from Chattanooga, Tenn tries for a decide went off ,
Jamei Archer Smith lloipltal.
for 11 Surviving are her daughter, Wednesday I It followed a telegram from ,
She hid been a resident
Mrs Ruth Peeplei, and six And It looked u though' Freeman last week ordering

years Survivors Include her hue- grandchildren they'd ala, oft for I while ill contrail be dropped April ':

bind Benjimlne; three bra Harold Quillen at lent 22 "In view of wide disagreement CIRCUS ACTS

then, Homer and Jarid of At-, Funeral trrvlcei will\ be held Immediate effect was not between committee mem '
ogod Ala., and John of Hunte- today it I pm. at the Phil- expected to be great 'as few ben at the April It meeting ,
vllle, Ala. brick Stanfill Funeral Home, limes are being harvested currently and the fact that the majority

Funeral services were held 10S4S South Dixie Hwy., for and avocados won't be of the committee members apparently I .r Cowboy Show w Pony Rides
Harold V Qulllen. 66, who died picked In any quantity for favor dlncontlnuance
Tueeda,. A grocer, he lived at nearly two months of the regulatloni."
18739( SW >4th Ave., Perrlni. The chairmen *f the admlnlttritlve '

HospitalNews A member of the Grace Bip- .rh fruits, Walter cemmlrtMi Wlpprecht frk including A aev.-.the-eenerele...,.1 melee| reup,r.w> w George DcWitt TV Star
tilt Church he time here In letHr
sr-shippers, dispatched a -
Jr Mid Wednesday th re'd
1937 from Berlin, Mo. te Pe em.n leaf week
He ii survived by hit wife, be e meeting "prefctbly nm
eipretilnt elarm at the 'Co : .
.f five p.Candied Apples Cotton Candy '
time next wek" the
Alma; two brothers, John M tlen and fertciitlnt chiei 'In : .*
and Maxwell, and one iliter man enwee ne.leritlea.f| the the Industry unless mirkerlnfcentred t,
two eemmltteii whe meted a
Mn Pauline
Bowrn. '
leutfi Miami Heipltal I w..k ... In effect t. dump are relnitltuted. The DO Clr:1: aa a H l a a aD a aa a a a a a a a a a a a a aa aa H a H a = a aa I
Kendall Area Doris Shelton all *ntr.ll. letter requested a rtpr .nta- I
Mr. and Mn. Wllllim Cooperof Funeral tervlcei were held At' this lemlon they're expected tin be sent t. Hemettead N :
I mtdliti the Tell Your Friends! Bring Your Children!
1990 SW Nib St., a ion, April yesterday for Mini Doris J. to discuss a letter received
16. Shelton, M, of 1228 SW 78th this week from Agriculture All four handler members or
I Court, who died .
Perrlne Area Sunday Secretary Orvllle' each committee opposed at las
She tame here 17 years ego office In Washington at'Jerry 5000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Mr. and MM. Fred Thorpeof _._ ,i week'a meetings ending the
from Charlotte N. C ---------- -
11140 SW 171st St., I ion, reguliUonn The grower mijorItlri ) ,
April 13 Surviving are her parcels\ acted by voting "no" Mr. end Mrs Stephen B. Shelton L. Poe
Mr. and MM. James Mulhol- a luccetilon of ballots to eitibllih .
land of 122nd Avenue and Second of Miami; two sisters Mri. continuation of the mar

Mr.Street and Mri.a ion James, April Cooper 18. and Robert Mn.Scott Betty of Billew Palm of Beach At. 19, SuccumbsTo ketlng ard.,'. provlilona.Thli Tho Following Citizens Invite You To Bo Present At This

of mOl Old Cutler Road, a lintlo Beach N. C.: twq bra week they eiplilne I
daughter April 17. there, Capt. John L. Shelton FibrosisThe why they teed the nefitlveappreath.
Mr. and lire Jack Saylor of of AHuf Okie,, and Stephen Sunday, April ,26, 2 p.m. .
045 120th Ave., a daughter B. Sheltoa Jr. of Portsmouth, Under present bylaws bind. r '
body of Jerry L. Poe, i < .. .
lera have the veto power over I '* "
April 18.iptiit Vi.Van Oridel U, of 1122S SW lIlt Court, Sun-
Hitpltil Coral Cables any positive action by the com BURNVPICNIC
fend, who died Monday from HAYDON
Curler Ridge Ane Chapel was in charge of ir mittens meaning they can '
cyatlc fibrosis, wn shipped to I
ringementa.DorothyThompson II'CIwI
Mr. and Mri. Ronald L. Yei overrule 'f' voles by
Atlanta, Gi., for burialAlthough
gle of 10231 Dolphin Road, a young and despite en on a course of action, but
not "no" votes.The .
ion, April 14. Mra. Dorothy F Thompson,
Isle (linen, Poe bid attracted
Mr. and Mri. Charles Aerie 47, of Plintitlon Key, died mention with hli work withtropical veto provision baa beena
of M31 Memorial Road I major' Irritant to tome grow .
April 20 In James Archer Smith
fish. He the Marine
won .
daughter, ''April 17. Honpiul, Homeiteid.She I era who complain of handler \ ,

Kendall Area hid been a lifetime resident his Aquarium display Society this year trophyfor and domination" of the commit- \Urt : vI V ;J
:teei. The mijorltin)
Mr and Mn. Quentin Cock. grower
of the Florida Keys and previously had won several .
erman of 6350 SW lard St, a was a member of Burton Memorial other prizes, who claim backing of 70 percent /dtL; '- lc.c.tUU-{
daughter, April 14. I Methodist Church i He wn a member of the Skin other of alleged the growers listed : /
Mr. and Mn. Jerry W Schla- Surviving are her hUSb' Diving Club, Miami Marine (
of 10JS1 SW S5lh St a Albert ,In a twe-piee lUttmtntthty I'
gel .
; two eons, Albert Aquarium Club, and was put
daughter, April 14. tloned with the Army In d'l president of the Miami Cystic nktdi"When I I % vf.j
handlers ask to .M'
Mr and Mri. Sheldon Krinti many, and Harold of Fibrosis Chapter ua A 'I76
of 2845 SW 2nd Ave., I ion, tlon Key; a daughter, Judy) a Coming hero eight years ago place a 175,000 annual fix on ..

April IS. I brother, Robert Adams, and from Atlanta, hi Ii survived our Industry for inspections and (j )
Mr and Mit. Antone R., three tUten, Mn. Loll by his parents, Mr, and Mri.Willlim then refrain from giving road .. k/-
full within :
Hunter of 19215 SW 83rd Ave., Knowlei, Mri Norma Crew Burl Poe; one brother, guards authority the !
law (
stale to truck
a ion, April IS. and Mill Betty Adams all of Iniprct
I William B., lr., his maternal
Mr. and Mn Ronald C. Plantation Key, grandmother Mn. Lens Lot! movements, even though the dt fvy1. 'k) ,..." rw%
Mutll of 8860 SW 8Sth Ter., a : Funeral service were held of Atlanta and hli paternal road guard has repeatedly -tJ Q r "'
asked for this endorsement
inn April 16. I Wednesday In Burton Memorial grandmother, Mn. W ,.11. Foe
from the committee
and Mri. WMlim Rice > we
Mr. Methodist Church In Tivernltr. of Birmingham Ala. L-In
of 10530 SW 52nd Ter., a diugb- Rev Roy Burgess offlclitel I, Pbilbrick Stanfill Funeral wonder if this Ii a responsible Jr A

ter, April 18. Burial was in Key West City Home was In charge of arringemcnta. approach.has the ;
"Why Juice deal
Perrlne 1 Aria I '
cemetery. 'P .J
Mr and Mri Willlim Mid.I Ernest clung to borue-and-buggy diy (
dot of 14811 SW 105th Court I prices In most cases a price
Ernest Wltte, former Homi- Iwo Bona, Lowell of Eaton, below the cost of production
ion Mr., April and 17.Mri. Loula Samford stead resident, died April 21 In Ohio, and Gene of Camden, and picking Perhaps a committee I
Opa Loch at the age of 77. Ind.; a aliter Mri. Sidney composed completely of
of 10350 Old ,Cutler Road, a I f C'4L4/
ion, April 17. He *lived at 29 NE Second Leedy of Flora, Ind., and three growers with handlers acting I 'aU'1-
Mr and Mri Joel T, Mor- Road, "omf.ludlntlt March, brothers, Henry of Astoria, HI, only ai advlion, like the oringeople
111I'of 11815 SW lUit'Sl, i when he moved to Opa Locki and Peter and Harvey of Go. have, would be the answer -
He owned and operated' Horn- then, Ind.Branam. .
daughter, April If. Why force ,our people to -z4J'
Mr and Mri. Gerald Rey- stead Battery Co until that Funeral Home was Juice' a percentage of their /j ;t
notch of 4960 SW 98th Ave., a time. In charge of arrangement for crop in the months that we }
Survivors Include his wife, wrvlcei and burial in Flora. are In abort supply,"
son April 18. Marie; a daughter Mri. Mare .t u.I" '" .lJ.
Mr. and )Ire. Curtis
lorle Oiterberg of Dpi Loch, ,
of 1285 SW H9th St, a eon, "
April 18. and and four a IOn grandchildren., Ernest of Illinois., ...... ......... '

Mr. and Richmond Mri. Henry Height Fedrirk Funeral services will tike : COME e # 7
place in Locka.
of 14700 SW lOSrd Place, a 4 J'f T ,
daughter, April 11, Oliver C. Yost COME 1 ?
South Miami H.l.hH Oliver C. Yoit, S', of 29013 I '
Mr. and Mn. David Nelson Kentucky Road, Leisure City, To ONEil 1 -
of I1M2 SW 185th Tee, a IOn, died April 20 In James Archer I
April 12. Smith Hospital -' ,
SunlUnd Area He bid been a resident ilnce 2 '

Mr. and Mn. Thomas Aguilu 1952 and was local manager of HAYD :
of, 11301 SW 108th Ave., a the Pioneer Hlbred Seed Co. r
daughter, April 11 Surviving are hli wife, Clara; 4j'




DADE COUNTY Start at 2 PM at Tropical Park (1\

Q SUNDAY, APRIL 26 ; .. (;I.l. ,
A Meet Florida" Outstanding Candidate for Governor VI : -- -
A atl wonderful fun-fllled-PAMILY PICNIC i J .,..--

2 GEORGE DE WITT-Star of TV t"Radio-M.C, /

r: i RALPH J EVERYTHING'S FREE 10 1.1 /2'.J.rT _

e Orcui Ads'Bond Muilee Cowboy Show Kiddy MM l1.i I

9 Pony*:de. Candled Apple Cotton Candy. Plenty v\) J,.. &
A of Food and Beveragei for AH e Plenty of "... Peiiing 0

.1 Calm..,.., for Fra Ins Rides frlttl"Jamll.acU$Sarhl4 I.

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all t News iliea! trQIutltr There's A Long Trail ('Levee') .

JUdAeptrrint Ot t

P.kH.M ..M7 a. .1 Tkm4.r Vf HmiMtM4' N*** IM,
rr*. the H.......: Ml ':. RulMlnit ll-lt MB. IM awe, a....
.... pit "If. ri.+se. ....., Into The Biscayne
....,...... .. Ik* .- till Winding Bay

(.....* .. Ik* ._..... f**t OtfU' M Sniit OHM ......

ft W. CAlllNS. rrwUnt u4 ritll'twm I y BILL BL.OSI end I levee dil,.ne4 le held kickwiter. back tact water and those which bold beck directly ,link the 8Ith Avenue levee"
MaIVIN R rol 0Mtj HIM*** With Old Cutler R.*d.
TtMfW eh water
.AL,. M***
Driving down 17th Avenue the other Amber telncltW I iteted was
You learn something every diy interested In *
influential persona per
.**>MIM. < cI Mill NtMl CB S-eivl rental Ci I.ali day I couldn't help but break Into a song Maybe the Corps of Engineers ail different that read ,rider wr* busily werklnfecreplni tonal gala owned this land I might be
i parody, "There's a Long Long Trill. A- epeclflciUoni for levees which bold *vf a reidwey which wewM but everything st Black Point
..kMT .*... MINI *t .ll A | _*>U.. 11151'1| IIWU Ill IMT Winding Into hi Bay of Blaceyn
IIJIl ., .MtTMt || w... eat M _......, M MU .* bun been free (that's a figure speech)
Remarkably enough, liter Dill night I r and above board. So what U Dad County

'AM _.-........... .1oM.. w ......... s. The ..... ........,... did bear a nlghllnil singing, but there The President Says All We Gotta Do Is Get New did try to acquire the land for park development .

tf. ..::..:::..::::.'-.wlr.N :...' ::_....... sign was, Just I think.s sliver of moon; in ominous Wheels, New Body and Ge Her Back on the Track!' ?

i ,....... 0"'" aq ......-.-A.... I ,very definitely am not opposed to
M.... et r1.eie.nest It bad been over a year since I drove fj I the development of Ulandla. Th* people
down 17th Avenue from Old Culler Road. r who bought or otherwise' acquired land
lick theft thee wit a tw.-..M 1 there, and held oa to it, are entitled tG a
Scadadc Opponents Get rid with a prime eitln *f bleck-t.* I reasonable return on their investment

tniterlil. I"14"!!*! In the direction' ef My only concern Is that the develop-

Others To Claim Black Point, but ,.klll) by the .. meat gives the maximum benefit to all
Repeat fef tenali which' (ted Into the of Dad County, not just a select tw,
Black Creak Canal prefect,
Oa the other band, if a few benefit
At that Urn It was best that you turnaround
Opponent of Seadade have said so often mOlt from a plan thit I Is beneficial t*
turn right the mUille In. 'TAIc
or pass
and ao loud that the public longer favor 4
itilliUon and return to Old Cutler Road. everyone, that li their good
construction of an oil refinery M part of a Sea Htwever, since lul trip In 9R I "like I* see a mm pretter from
dade Industrial port and park that usually re.tponsible my" yen Haying a bunch and taking a chine
direction, a /",.. hai been bvllt.Thli .
voices are now repeating them. The Irksome thing 1s when strings are
levee spans those small eanati, } Li\
Thus, we are hearing It said, ai gospel, swings past the> wit water Intrusion dam pulled to make the payoff.Of .
that "tho public no longer Savors. construction (which I II designed for a bridge creating) a court, these things don't happen
tl of the oil refinery." and continues along the Jetty lor a couple any more If you don't believe re., jut

more miles Into Blacayne Bay, r +arR nk Bobby Baker.
Who, we would like to ask, hu arrived "What s co-Incidence! I thought, that Dad county needs to join forces and
: at this conclurlon, and howl quit by accident the base for a road and work for the common! good of all its cltltens. -

We haven't been aware of any vast causeway to Iilindla bas been eiUbllihed. .
change of sentiment 1 know It Is coincidental because Luther if: This doesn't mean lots of sectional

Brook's nephew, Bruce Vlnlng, who was pride.
: Some like to cite the last metro elections instrumental In hiving the levee built while YM certainly' tten't M your yard .

a basis for such statements They point to be wn a member of the flood control I* unkempt just because yew*' next

the election of Hardy Matheson, who campalgned board, said ao.He w, also tb deer nelfhber .li a ,,..
vigorously against construction of a was probably ai surprised ai two ) You try to make your your borne and

refinery, Yet, in winning, he failed to carry or three other persons. c, k ti yard as beautiful si possible within your
one precinct In Miami Beach, where the opponents I was born and railed at the confluence i, means.

of Sendade have supposedly bad their (that li a word geographers. use for June. This lame pride can..b* manifested la

! f strongest basis. Don) of the Mliilulppl and Ohio rivers, ) i' 1 your community white .working for the

They don't cite the case of Arthur Patten, and I have seen a lot of leveel built betterment ot the county ai a whole.
who defeated two opponents without a runoff. At that point In southern Illlnoli thereIs Certainly this Is not an unreasonable
He said flatly during the campaign that he a lot of low swampy land that required approach for the county or the state t*
favored construction of the refinery In the in'dustrial special fllli to establish bates for roads take la planning the development Of lalan.
area. I |lust cin'l help mirvillln at the ..+ tA dies or any other civic betterment pro
similarity bewteen these flllt in* the gram.
Patten, incidentally, is one of those who levee' sleep 17th Avenue end the din If there should be a leak la that dike,
is now saying that the public no longer favors tlmllirlty between the 87th Ave. levee w* wouldn't even need a small boy,
the refinery, and it was on that basis that he
Introduced the resolution calling for a public
Letter To The Editor
hearing on revoking the rezoning ,that would !
permit construction of a refinery. Your Weekly

Among other things, Patten seems to bean J. P. Candidate Who Wasn't
of commissioner be-
outspoken example a
Ing follower rather than a leader. And, at Bible Lesson -

we have indicated we doubt the validity of Endorsed Files A
the contention that he makes in switching ComplaintEditor

horses.It. Family Relationships r, -
) > feet South Dad,. this newspaper 11 never
will be interesting to see how the com
JAN!. P. HIGGINS". sees tij to report say of them, ,'
missioned vote after they hold the 16th hear If t am writing to you with: thi'bop* that Sf
N 'log on the Seadade taue. Even now it's inter SCRIPTURE, I, LESSON.I the Plod amusing things( U Him, that ht who tovetli you poetess ,enough editorial Integrity to i Wh i:it Is tertalnly SB .edltorltl'roaU" pre

eating to note what they said during. the cam John 4:18 53.: that it ti "to us." (Rom. 81)e ) God love his brother slM." ,print this lettern Its entirety to endorse. the candidate of IU
patgn. Then are, among all the e e john "Wioioever be choice, It I* unpardonable for a newspaperto
values of God'i world, three Verse 17: "Herein Is our lleveth that Jesus U the I am sure that your endowment of )jhe do t* without permitting IU readers. to
At that time we asked all commissioner abiding values: faith, bop love made perfect, that w* Chrlt-t la born of God: and Incumbent for reelection to' the office of Isaac bid the benefit of full and objective
candidates: and love (divine). But the may have boldneia In the everyone that broth Him justice of the peace cam u no surprise reporting of all of the Uiues. This, cf
the greatest ot these U love (In diy of judgment; because that begat, loveth him also to anyone who bas been reading ,our.newplper
favor the construction of course would have resulted la choice
"Do you the Greek "agape"). So the that Js begotten ot 10m." It s
I. He U, M art w* In this for the list several weeks.
Seadade Oil Refinery, provided it meets the apostle Paul sununarUei life. world Sine love 1* a living la through Christ that the based upon the merits of the luues railed
Dade'i control ordinances much to instructed In the by the respective candidates rather than
requirements of pollution The Bible has entity, there Is growth, maturity Christian Is The Incumbent's every move and word
!" say about love Jesus stated and completion toward knowledge of God (John M8): baa been blatantly reported and accompanied a choice of political expediency
22:40 tilt the tint and It la because God the
In Mitt. :
Earl Starnes and Tom O'Malley didn't two great commandments which It develops "And the Father draws men to Christ by photogriphi. Beyond the Initial I trait that the voters of South Dad
Lord make Increase
answer the questionnaire which contained the have to do with love to God and abound In you Jove." (I Thei. that they come to Him (John statements of their candidacy, little or no will not allow themselves to be blindly
Question, though O'Malley did indicate in con and to man. "On these two 3:12)) Th day of Judgment" 6:44)e: coverage his been given I other candidates led and will use more discretion In making
versation that he favored It.Ma'or commandments hang all the known ai the judgment seat a in this campaign. This Is certainly sn their choice than bai the editorial staff ot
Chuck Hall Matheson and law and the prophets"In ot Christ faces all Chrlit- Veries 2 and 3: "By this affront to aspiring candidates and sn your newspaper '
Hardy to the the matchless parable of tans (U Cor. 8:10): (I Cor, V.I know that we love the injustice to the people of South Dade whom naRY DEUTSCH
Harold Greene said they were opposed the Good Samaritan Jesus : children of God when we love you profess to serve Though the cindl- Candidate
refinery though all favored development of answered the question, "Who 1:12.13)a a e pod, and keep His com dales have frequently debated the many Justice of the Pete
clean industry in South Dade refusing to la my neighbor This par mandments. For this li the
Verse 18: There li no laiues In'thls campaign, all of which ef- District 4
,: accept the fact that clean refineries are pos able illuitratei the Christ fear In love; but perfect love of God, that wt keep
aible In today's world ian's duty to show compas. love caiteth out all tear; because lila commandments; and Isle
?> Patten and Joe Boyd gave a flat yes to atonal love toward those fear bath torment ." commandments Ire not t471t Oix''!
the question. Lew Whitworth said, "While I' who need< help.. The context here Indicates ,nevou.."

am for the strongest controls, I believe Sea Verse 18: "And w*' have clearly of Is "fear that of the the fear judgment spoken" Is The a God love-created John write and God about.Inspired : 11RW I

dade is ,a part of an industry complex that Is known and believed the love not a natural instinctive one. It li the "lov of
:; badly needed ." Alex Gordon said "Any that God bath to ui. God li fear. "For God hath not God she abroad in our
industry that meets those requirements should love; and he that dwelleth given us the Spirit of fear, hearts by the Holy Spirit." IF'
be welcome'Seadade is now a state responsi In love dwelleth In God, and but of power, and of love, (Rom. i.S: ) It is s gift from 52
bility." In him." and of a aound mind. (U God; It comes by faith in 20 YEARS AGOTaken YEARS AGO

,. In urging that Seadade be permitted to Christian Love began love is with His divine Cod Tim 1:7)Venei) the finished work of for Jesus ( frets" flies' *f the HemeiteadLtidtr (Taken hem" file ef the 8vHi Pier
? Christ the cross ( ui)
: 20-21: s' man on
build Its refinery we are not opposing any love Implanted in the heart say, I love God, and hiteth because He loved u. and Enterprise, Issue .. M- Me Rinrter, Seuth DaeV first new
r other potential plants now being suggested. ,; Let's let Seadade, and others, build them all trusts ever stated U "God Islove. he that loveth not his broth Paul teaches that faith In trt ham the Issue ef Thursday -

7 Including the refinery. Seadade has said ." It stagger the lmagination er whom he bath seen, how Christ has three stages: believing "Plan Craiy" being readied by th* April M, lilt)
J time and again that it can live with the o( the greatest can h* love God whom h* trusting and experiencing
.. county's stiff pollution control law, and if thatisn't thinker No one has ever hath not seen And this the love and grace junior class of Homestead High School A. W Shepperd who building
plumbed the depths of divine wee keeping busy a cut that Included was s
don'tthey coaunindment have from which Christ provided.He
enough for the commissioners why we '
love. For love .U ai eternal ---. __ Ardel Farm., Bill Jacobs, Genevieve horn for A J. Miller In Titum Addition
take a trip during the next two weeks to and Infinite ai God Hlmielf. Her Cline, Margaret Booth, Virginia Booker, of Homestead, fractured ceveral ribs In a
: visit some of the clean refineries, as several It U. that love which God Certainly Impressed Wilton Austin, Harry Bishop, Calvin faQ from the structure.
area businessmen have? has for all mankind. (John
Such a trip plus word from Seadade 318): ) and which Chrlitlana Schmidt, Virginia Walker, Anne Rbeney, Betides the MUltrs' new !house, other
t proponents, conceivably could convince the are commanded to have for Wirrin Seven, Louis Murray, Patty construction .In Homestead Included borne
commissioners that Dade County needs and their fellow men Brown, Jennie Hardy, Barbara Miller, Tom for A. T. Duvil, near his store cut of the
fc The night before HI* crud Hodges, Myrs B.U. Shirley Daasey, Yates
wants clean industry and that a refinery can tract Charles Hammond'l building just
Ills dl. .
flxlon Jesus said to Eacker, Frank Hauiman and Wilds Batts.
-. be a vital part of It.Soutb'Dude. This is my command west of the new bank, and a four-room
clplei: Backstage workers were Ton Hodges,
cottage for air. Redd block.
In the
an- urn
that love one
went y
stag manager; Myra Bell property manger
other, u I have loved you. e a e
: Voters Have : Crletj Terburg, sound effects, and
(John 15.12)In :. a Porrls Ada Dodsoa, prompter and siilitant A Mr. Coodton accompanied by a corp

I John chapter two, he director of helpers. was prospecting near Camp

[ Rare ,Opportunity Ahead wrote "'H* that loveth his a a Jack, about 10 miles. southwest of town.
brother abideth In the light .f S e

but he that batelb,bit Main plank In. the campaign platform Tb young town, still unincorporated,
South Dade voters next week will have an brother' Is In darkneii.. of Dr. E. U Raaniuiacn, candidate for the looked forward to the opening of the first
>f opportunity afforded few Floridians in this In the third chapter h* legislature, was auto license tag fee reduction bank on the 'ills of the present First
campaign year. declared: "Thli I t. the message to IU Hi alto was pushing for a National Bank at Mo wry Street and Krom

r', They will have the opportunity to meet, beginning that,y*that heard w*from should the atat*.financed horn for mentally deficient AnnuL V. R. Prldgen was to be cashier.Th .

I see and hear all nine candidates for governor love one another" children and a more definite financing bank was to be opened for bnsines
t in one evening. In the fourth chapter be program for Florida mbUa schools.e May 1, but already It bad three deposit

The six Democratic and three Republican continue: "Beloved let us e e totaling 30 cenU-pliced la the safe by
candidates have agreed to appear at an old love one another for love I* ry Calvin Waldron celebrated his llth three of the town's well-to-do cltiiens the
= beginning at 8 of God and everyone that day the safe was installed
J"fashioned rally p.m.
: '
loveth is born o! Cod, and ,_! e birthday with a weiner rout la municipal
e e a
May 1 (next Friday) in the Perrine Shopping knoweth God lie that loveth park. Guests were Sylvia Barnes, RoaemaryDlcklneon
Center. not, knoweth not God; for Helen and Barbara Jean Revel, Running In competition to the newly
It's rare for a state to have as many can God la love." F.. Jean Bernecker, Fred Sober, Glenn Dick. laid FEC railroad was in overland nn-
*' didates with such distinguished backgrounds The priority of divine love 1 inson, Raymond Pierce, Phillip Springer, limited route headed and manned by 3,
seeking the governorship as Florida. does this I I. further emphasized inverse Ronnie Barnes, and Kenneth and Warren A. Lauoter, engineer; J. R. Bullard, con.
year, Getting them together for such an appearance 10: "Herein I ls love, not Graves. ductor; and J. S. Covln soft drink vendor,
is Just about as rare. that w* loved God, but that "If you want a lively ride, get your transport.tlon .
If you're one of those voters still unde He loved us, and sent His o a e on this road," the Banner editor
Son to be the propitiation for Members. of the RedUnd
,. elded, we urge you to make plans to attend the our alns. To believe God'ilove l Neighborhood ssld."Th
rally and compare the candidates first hand. require a step of faith Club counted up the hours they had volunteered day I did. w* ,were saluted byevery
If you've already decided perhaps you'll want bee'ut It ."paueth know .MIlona to Red Crou work during March peeking house, whose workers threw

to be'on hand to cheer your favorite on. ledge" (Eph., a.ll: On ef IWSk SeW fti.n+ and reported the total was in. stones lad tomatoes.'!



Th.....,, April U 1144 The NEWS UADIR end CUTLIR RIDOI.PIRIINI WIT Par ....

Car Fire .( '

.. < Two DelegatesTo

StrandsTWQ'Men .- State

,.JJ Boys
..... .

.\ Darned By LegionTwo

Two Chicago men escaped 1 '

Injury when their fir caught t i' j
fir ii they were traveling South Dade High School I bud of scholarship, penoniU
north on U. S. 1 about tight youths will attend Boys Still I fly, ichool ictivlUei and related
miles Muth of Florid City it Tallahassee thii summer tindor factors i
Tuesday nllhL sponsorship of John GSiUey They will represent the lout
NjTOiliw Numylowyet drip' American Legion Tort, Legion pat oa the all-expexse
ere said there wu in explosion ; Homeiteid. ,paid trip to Florida Stall Unlvertlty -
under the hood before the en- Chosen by the post are Brad July 411.
fine burst Into flimti Alexander, ton of Mr and Mr*
H. lost control of the nr, William Alexander of 1.7( NW Alexander, IS, wn recently
which spun around and traveled 'I' ..rC. elected president of the Student
Ninth AVI ind Chuck McCirtney -
Council it South Dade for next
150 feet off the raid md Into 1- ,
ion of Mr and Mri
If! / "" This ho hn been Delegates to Boys Stete
the brush along the edge of i& Charles L McCirtnty of Yet )'ear. year i.
the highway. f \ ., NW Third Ave, HomeiUid I senator In the Student Coun, this Saturday, belongs to the Royal Vote DeMoliy cbipter
Slate Trooper R. D. Strider 'I'' i: Their alternates will be Erie cU cabinet, ind represented the Student Council, where be bn and vice president of the Youth
summoned the Metro fin depirtment 'ar. council in both district and it Tint Methodist
# .III Vlhten and David White.AU served this year 11 secretary FeUowihlp
from station I la ;,ral; four gave short talks bee state convention. of athletics and to the National Church of Homestead
. Florida City to combat tbf ,. ..,; ton the post hit week on why Hi alto belongs to the Junior Honor Society: Nations! These Hi expects to ittend florid
blue. "." jot. they would like to be delegates gamiest Leigut. Outsideschool plan Society, Pliyntiken drama -
( 1. State University and study to
hi Ii scribe of RoyalVisa
Strider said no charges were Ii. "' .. .. : .. .4vAd13.M to Bon State. They were w- attends club, Junior Classiest! League become I teacher "probibly
filed pending further InveitljiUon. lected at South Dade en the DeMoliy Chapter, ind Latin NiUonil! donor In aerial itudln."
First BtpUit Church, and pliyi English or
STATE TROOPER R. D.STRADER txomlnu the nmolni of a cor diet burst baseball with the Colt League, Society. Both boys in In the. Junior
The car wit destroyed by the Into flames following on explosion under the hood 01 It reviled north en U. S. New $75 Bond i McCirtney, who will bi 17 H. Ii wnlor councilor of dm at South Dido,
fin and It took three wreckers 1 south of Florida City Tuoidoy night. The driver end hit poiienier, both from;
to finally get It beck on the Chicago, escaped without injury. A Metro fire truck extinguished the blase.tA To Go On Sale
roil and towed to Homeiteid.
The new $73 Series\ E United IB
States Savings Bond, bearing I ELECT BOB CONWAY
1951 GraduatesTo the portrait of the late Pretl j
II Your Friendly" dent Kennedy, will go en sale I .
May 1.Many. + liST QUALIFIED
I! Femltjr Store Have Reunion banks and other I* I I EXPERIENCE CONSTABLE LEVIMSA
suing agents throughout the ( ,
Bob Patrick, owner of the nation will accept orden before I EDUCATION DISTRICT 4
Par-Tee, South Dixie Highway, May 1 from those purthuen I VIEWPOINT
who desire in early 41.t.1 BACKGROUND
STORE hat set May 27 11 the date for of Issue may to appear In the validating .1 e Bob Conway U M years old, a Perrlnireildint e For tie tint time In a decide,tilt..ot..n .
a Miami Edison Senior High lUmp of District 4 will have in opporta'
School Clan of IKS reunion. It I II Ity to upgrade the office ol Constable,
rt I4w How Flaeido's .I I I o Conway: entitled In tin Air Force In19SI
will\ be cocktail four 11 in Air "I urge all of our rtttdenti to cinfully
SENIOR SENATORSPESSARD i party from I and served years .
GIT \'OUR.lU FAST review the professional and
-- to 8, followed by dinner, it the Force PoUcemtn. Ho wu honorablydischarged
of each candidate.
.u. s. 1 AIR TAXI. qualification
inly in me with I cnwicter rating -
L. .t Caribbean Htvd. I Par.Tee. M n Per Person T.MI.mllnt.rn.tloll.1. of excellent and in efficiency riU "Conitable faolUtlei should be ettab.Uihed .
'I In Per nine, u well M Home.stead .
All thou Interested lo plan I ..... .... In superior
HOLLANDSTANDS I (a >n>l. ) ... Beildenti In northern areas of
Aviation Marie ,
Read Ncic leader nlnf to attend the reunion cm Homestead Inc. Married to former Cooper a District\ 4. over T0% oi total district:
la 1958 They are
ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL I 24740)1 live Homeiteidlu, populitlon, are presently dependent
Class!I led Ads contact Bob it 331 SUB. now the pirenu ot I children
......, H.JUnd uihsAd ___ I 04 i Constable who lives more thin 11
Homestead Police Depirtment
.. 1 e Bob Joined the miles ..,.,."
As I. wt. yea ne Pietde -
and duties
M ah. d. D.-eat In 185 perionned o "Deputy Constables shall not be poll,
asp PeA primary
SB MV ..Zi ttt MAMnfaMllMi is IMInMvodL timed masse S.no1.. MOBILE HOME BUYSSO ot patrolman and desk sergeant until Ural hacki but men beet quiiitiid by I
I OM !. WMMnotwi .. OfMMf bxitut bU mlgnilton in 1900. education and experience to be worthyof
mf M..kmt H IN .)! IWMVM I fl the CMI 0 During Mi services II a Homestead Po. public confidence earned through'
light" bill MW fefoe the (matt would k*,bell ItgWVrlU *. MUCH "HOME" FOR SO LITTLE ALL VALUE! FURNISHED' licemin hi attended the University of the dedicated, uniform aDd honest inforcenent >
See toe eM ear dNsaN M4 see 'IIIhkII, was If ,....4, Miami aDd graduated with I 3.8.*. In of the laws which gulls our
k. deemed to fell_by. IU fact ol Hi wry CMfttv CHECK THESE VALUES.......... the School of Builneu Admlnlitntlon.In IOCI,"."
**.... TW Ml. wmU ft fth !....*. p.... hi the JSilO-'c4 '39 NASHUA iOdO-64 55110-64 'I 19(1 ho received a commlulon 11Crunlnil o "I favor Constable vehicles which are
hands *f the .".....r general l MM we Ct U came dt< 3 Bedroom OdO Front end VANDYKE I Inveitlfitor, U, 8. Treasury plainly marked n inch, taken off thoM
.. being p.Dc* ttaf. Nr Ml meal I em spending "STAR Front .called ".t.Ddb," statue and to
Diningu.d..Iwlr Internal Revenue Service put
My _,..1,",,,, lime III Wl.Nnet.m deing the Itit 2 Bedroom Rice Bedrooms Department,
MM .11IT 2 TIpcutiClamour 1 Appointed i Dade County ProbationOfficer work By the adoption this policy
MM te 4*. lit tile iManHiM, I warmly ask VM .
yew me post esdce s. yw sod e r gene State.f u,. ..e .as.r J Excellent Reolquolityot Plus' in 1961, responsible for pro the builneaamin, farmer, lad grove
lenience investigations of those penoniconvicted owner will receive prompt service: when
P..W. mid esews me te Mrs (Sidled Seem. Sen.ea
-'P ," $4995 $2850 $3995 $5995 In Dido County Criminal and where needed*
.. d w raw Court, ii well ii lupervUloa ot pro- o "The form and quality el the Constable
.... yaw M .... ......... r..l.rar "' 04 tw.IM1r.4 bitlonen. service available to residents la DUt 4
s o. i Attended University ot MUml School has not kept pico with toe population, d us rf(6f of Law in 1962. economic end cultural growth d,the
'{ saw 1. I _I ) e Bob U put officer of the William F. So. Dale ni during the put decadt."
DOWN Lli r n>r.| ;:7 U2i'-i LARGEST' BnnUey FfiUrail Order of Police. o The ballot returns In recent elections
s s BaC Q 1474)0 Loift No. 11, HomeiUid, a member of have proven that our voters are In favor .
LOW I STOCK IN the American Legion, John O. Silley of !Increased profeailoniUim In law
BAKER MOBILE HOMES Post No 4J, Homeiteid.o enforcement I believe that tho election
The Conway family resides at MM SW ...ultela thin Important Constable
PAYMENTS 29200 So. Federal, Hwy. Homestead DADE II IBlit Ter. Perrlne, and attends the campaign will continue thii worthwhile
Homestead "
Cburdi ot Cbrlit trend.
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Congratulations to So. Dade Cadet Sqdn. WOULD 'L'OO' "This Done I Is a Gasser"


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HOSPITAL GATE, HOMESTEAD APP 7:30 Soy rday PER Include PERSON Food "Fun Wears A Tiny Price Tog"


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U.S. 1 ot Avocado-Homesteed JUDGE I ADAIR I "After the Dance hove Donee"I;: ; "

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,.. Ilht The NEWS LIADkR end CUTLER RIDOI-MRRINI, POST Thursday April U <*44Women's

News I -Michelle-- Flora Bride / Sets Wedding Date

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, Virginia) R, Willlomi, Editor Iw __ Of Albert Rudisill ,rt i

F.'cdrlckl The marriage of Mlts, Michelle The groom's mother wore pink
Mrs.\ Stueick Miss .v Clotilda Flora Md Albert lace over linen. with white aceeeorles. a
1' f Lloyd Rudklll was solemnised They wore corsag
Entertains Graduates 1 April II In First Baptist Church, of pink ro..budLA
EnsiIon Rho buffet supper for 100 guests
With Honors followed the ceremony at the
Mri. Marie Stuelck entertained Till bride la the daughter of bride's borne Mrs. Robert Cs..
members of Epsilon Mr. and Mri. M. M. AlUnan of tube registered the gueits
Rhn Chanter of Beta Sigma Phi, Mlu paul'I'Frtdrldl' 1M2S SW J98th Street, Home- hire Bill Brown presided .1 Iftj.F
last week it her home on Ocean daughter of Mr. and Mn John stead The groom Is the ion of the punch bowl and Mn. Dw.ln i
Reef on the florid Keys Fredrick of NW 20th Street, )Ir. .and Mri Perry W. Rudl Alt n... served the wedding
Homestead, graduated' from I' ;. \ .\.H. .:f sill, Redland Road, Florida cake from the lace towered
Mrs Eirnle Rolph, conducted the University of Florida, t' \ City, bride's table
the business meeting, when Galnrivllle, Sunday, receiving .. (
plana were made for the Found. her BAG degree In English.An 1'I e 0 e For traveling the bride
era Day banquet to be held tt ,. I" The Rev 0Ua Garland officiated changed Into a green and blue
the Elks Club May I. Plane honor graduate of South. "' .J \ at the I o'clock, double linen and mohair suit wit I
were slso made for the convention Dade High School, Miss F..d.rick ring re before an altar matching hat and yellow acceorlea. "
to to held In detr. has Wen active on the : '1'" adorned with standards( of whitechrytsnthemums She. wore an orchid cossge. .
of the university, Sha
"'slerMr campus and catallyi '
took an active part In student lilies, lighted tapers In candelabra .
*. Nancy Rsirh jive the government, the foreign atu with palms In the background After I wedding trip to the
program on "Engllih Literature dent program, and was t rnetn North Carolina mountains, the
," bated on the worki of her of the Florida Blue Key ; young couple will live at M HE
Elisabeth Drew n a guide ind speaker, \ Dr Paul Csonka, organist. ttth Street, Homestead i kr
followed by a general dlieus- /) ,. .j! 'II;" played the traditional nuptial .
slon of favorite characters and She was vice provident of tousle, and accompanied Mrs e
authors by the member Alpha Chi Omega Sorority and John Mattson, soloist Mrs Rudliill Is a 1961 griuite .
Arrangements were mid for via chosen by her sorority at 'a. of South Dade High School
s visit to the Gallery la Coral Girl of the Golden Lyre, the and attended Miami Dade s
GsblesFrofesilonel. highest honor which can be \ j 644. Mr. Altman gave Mi daughter Junior College. She Is receUonlst .
given a graduating aenlor, She I ."... In marriage The bride and assistant circulation
graduated, with a 10 avenge / wore a floor length wedding manager In the office of the
gown of white aatln. It was de-News Leader Cutler Ridge
/ Equipmentfor Miss Fredrlrk'i parents recently signed with Sabrina neckline I Prrrine Post Her husband I. Mr. and hits Erneat W. Sherard Sr:, 'of Bauer
announced her engagement and Dior length sleeves. The presently serving with tie Drive in the Redlands, announce the forthcoming *
your Enjoyment I to James H. ruSh Jr., ',..i-' \ ,I fitted bodice was accented with Reserve la Miami and Is em marriage of their daughter, Joan Ann
IIDn of Mr. and Jackson Mri.Tenn.JamesPugh 1/01';. ". IIItI appliques of reembroldered played by Over Keys Volkswagen ette to David Donald Osley, son of Mr. and
6r. of '
BILLIARD I alencon lace which extended
I Ir and Porsche, Mri. Paul Osley of 806 NE 18th Street, Homestead -
ACADEMYu. : Into the bell shaped skirt, softly Miss Sherard ii a 1963 graduate of
to the back and fell
::1! VICKY'SBEAUTY si draped Among out-of town at. South Dade High School.' She U dental assist
Into a chapel train Her short guests
I r i ant to Dr Dudley Reed. Her fiance Is a 1961
bouffant veil of pure silk English tending the wedding and .r.p.
!A STUDIOCE Illusion\ fell from a crown Hon were the bride's gran graduate of South Dade High School. He is. I
-- ,I MR. AND MRS. ALBERT L' RUDISILL of lice and pearls. She carrieda mother, Mrs. Catherine Flora employed by Pan American Plastic Companyin
:. I "I 8.3632 (former Michelle Flora) bridal bouquet of Vanda or-. of Pittsburgh, Pa, Mr and MrL Hialeah. Friends are extended an invitation '
.t Caribbean Blvd.' 1295 IW 141 It (Pvt Kel.) Photo by Moitlond Studio chide .stephsnotls... Frank Dalestlo and daughter, to the wedding which will take place May 2 I.
---- e I Virginia and son, Frank of In- at 8 p.m. St. Andrew' Lutheran Church. _
Miss Virginia Ann Nuiibaum, diana Pa i Mrs George Alt. (Photo by Maitland Studio)
of lUileah, was mild of honor.! man and Mrs. Morris Altm.
!I Calendar Of EventsALL I Mrs Harold Murph of Spar- of Ssrssols.

yOU tanburg, S. C., was brides Major And Mrs. Burns \

I DAY SAL of Fuller Temple, sponsored bjr Ad A.trl matron. CAP Units;
Chapter. Mrs. Robert Peterson,, The attendants wore gowns
Brush Products, April 29 at the
I Woman's Clubhouse of Home- worthy matron invites the of shell pink nylon over taffeta Alert Public To Be Honored Tuesday
public Small donation. designed with scoop neck-
tead. Doors from
open lines and brief sleeves In the .
I 6 p.m. The local Fuller Brush HOMESTEAD ART CLUB molded bodices and controlled,To Crash DancQ'Th. I The public Is Invited la join John Hamlln, Mrs. Wilbert t.
Y representative Is cloning out meets Monday, 8pm. at the iklrts A softly draped pannier Mayor and Mrs Hsydon Burnsat Harbors, Mri. George Head.
ill stock and has offered the home of Mr. and Mrs Ben South Dade .
fell from the neckline In the Cadet Squad.ron I a coffee April 27 at the Du- Icy, Mrs William Hlgglnboth. 1
Women's Club the sale of the Archer, 151 NW 15th Street. A' back to the botton of the skirl end Cutler Ridge CaSquadron < I Pont Plata Hotel In Miami am, Mrs Cliff Home, Mrs.
product to benefit their welfare program of color elides on the They wore matching Dior bows Group 10. Civil Air The 10 o'clock affair la opento George Kstea, Mrs. Leonard
projects Public Invited. life of Renoir mill be given by with circular veils and carried Patrol, are on the alert for both men and women Mayor Kimball, Mrs. Jerome L. Kip
Mortimer Wlen
Miami Beech persons Interested In purcha Burns Will address the guests nil .
bouquets of pink sweetheart
GAMES PARTY Friday night artist Interested Is
1 Everyone tog tickets for the "Cruh
will And Mrs. Inei Kreniky,
and seminar
a at T:30 at Homestead Masonic Invited to attend. roses tied with green velvet a political
a bows Dance" scheduled Saturday follow Mrs. Frank Kerdykwill Mrs. John R. Larkin, Mrs. Barry
FULL CARAT CSC night at Cutler Ridge Com be moderator LaFontalne, Mrs. Malcolm
(W.I nlfM) I Redondo PTA Elects Mrs. PenaThe I Danny Lee Rudiilll was his munlty Center. Tickets may lit Gueits are asked to confirm Me All later, Mn. T. B. McGa-
brother's belt msn Ushers purchased from any member their reservations by Friday hey, Mrs. C O. Moody, Mrs.
$ BresthtaWrig! beauty annual election of officers Mrs Ruth Wiggins openedthe were Michael Lee Flora, brother of the group, at Homestead \\II Haydon Burna Headquart A. 1. Nimmo, Mrs Sidney Rif-
27500 of magnificent tin of the Redondo Element- meeting with devotions of the bride, and Bill J Air Force Bate Delicatessen era, Women Dlvlalon, Telephone fel, Bra John Rauleraon, Mra
...bathed I In I any School Parent Teachers Brown, of the or at the door. Miami 877-0621. Melvin Richard, Mrs. Fred
brllllanci'It Association was held hit week. Dale Forney, physical education Guest Invited to Hostesses for the coffee are Rouse, Mra. Fred Route Jr.,
groom. are com
p a priced so fowl Your Mn. George Pens was elected instructor, presented the dressed as If the had survived Urs. Louis Bandel, Mrs., Dorm Mrs. Daniel Satin Mrs. John
tncori Diamonds an president; Merl Young, vice program on' the physics education For her daughter's wedding, III "air craah." Prima will be by Brooks, Mrs James Bol D.. Simmons, Mrs. Henry Sin I
u protected igalntt president; Mrs John Barker, program., Illustrations Mrs. Altmsn chose a beige lice given for the but costume ter, Mrs. Dan Chappel, ,Mrs clair, Mrs. Martin Smith, Mrs. t
lost from setting< for secretary, and Mr. Ralph were given by students of the sheath with matching lace The evening's entertainment Dean Clauiaen Mrs. Jack Jim Southern, Mrs. George.
Temples, Cobb, Mrs. Paul Ducannls, Starrett, Mrs. Edward L. Taylor \
tressurer. fourth and fifth
one full year by grades jacket sod a blue flowered bat includes I catered buffet \
the Mrs. Charles Elliott, Mrs. Ir- and Mrs. Michael Zoro-
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Thursday.. April!:! M W4 TM NIMI LIADIR end CUTLER RIDOI.MRR.NI, fOIT .... Nln

Sorority Engaged NSA Awards
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,. As part of the ebiemnce or
R Mrs Bud Hampton was
reUrUs Week, members of
"1rl guest of honor at a baby. shower homestead Chapter are awarding ra
f following the regular meetIng -
a f 100 scholarship to a student -
of XI Bets Sigma Chapter, :
at South Dade nigh
April 11. Mrs. Norman Berry School who Intends to furtherher
hostess for the occulon F-
: was .
education with the ultimate
:, i held st her home on Rose Road
.s' goal of becoming a seersUrjr. -
tIT'MR. Special guests for the meetIng .
and shower MIDI
Preeentatloa of the scholar-
-.J Donna Rlnker and exemplar
ship Is annual affair. Funds
transfer from Pennsylvania,
for the scholanhlp come from
and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan, bon
Mrs.. Eanls's School, a
oriry member Christmas worthop, presented
,i i
During the business meetIng by NSA Jut Christmas {= ,L I

sn election for Chapter This\ year the award will be

Girl of the Year was held with preaented at a brunch, Saturday = # # # 1M, >!lilitllc .k1tlltiirf
r the results to be announced morning at 1090: o'clock E' 4
st the swards ceremony following at Holiday Inn. The recipient Yy' ir'l
+ will be announced that time
err the annual Founder's lumbers of Future Secretaries

Tr Day Banquet, May 2. Aiioclitlon at South Dade Ugh
School si well as all ItCI'fotartll
\ "Ideals of Liberty\ and Jus-
are invited to attend the
tics" wan the topic of the cul t broach
tural program given by Mra. I, l- llh.
Arnold UcUwaln. She used the MR. AND MRS. FORSTROM
format of a television new Auxiliary mark 59th ennlvsrsery
special to explore the Ideas and
and ideas of Thomas Jeffer. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott M. Brandon of 7716 SW Elects Mrs Insua
eon, Abraham Lincoln end 114th Street Sunlland, announce. the engage Leisure City Couple
John Kennedy Mrs Evelyn went of their daughter, Barbara Lee to Eric
Lewis, homemaker; Mrs EmoryBrandenburg Michael Anderson eon of Mr and Mra. Dudley Confab Delegate

educator; Mra A. Anderson of 8140 SW 133rd Street, Sunl-
Ted Tucker, religious layman GoldenAnniversary
Mrs. William McConnell was Celebrating
land. Miss Brandon graduated from Palmetto
and Mn. Lee Donaldson, r.
hostess to members of the
porter further dlacueted the High School In the clau of 1962. She U a student -
at Florida State University, Tallahassee.Her Firemen's Auxiliary
Ideal developed by the programand for the April
AND MIS. ROBERT WENDELL BOONE the application to our time fiance is a student at the University of meeting TodayMr
(former Linda Borrows) and lOde..,.. Florida. No date has been set for the wedding. Mn ABIC Barrow president
Photo Moitlond Studio -- conducted the meeting during
Iry i which time Mn. R. E. Dune, sad Mrs. Louis Foratromaf during the Mexican uprising.Da .

Beta Phi Council was elected si delegate to the WIG SW SHit Street Lei- was dlschsrgid la 1012.

Miss Linda Barrows Sigma be Stilt held Firemen's In Clearwster Convention, April to lure City, are celebrating (0 Leisure City has been their

11-12.11. years of marriage today. An"open home for the past eight, yearn,
house" will be bald thleevinlng doctor's advice that
\ Marries Robert Boone To Observe Founders DayMrs. The birthday bank was fed from 4 until V o'clock. after Mrs. Foratrom the move to a warm

b y Mrs Dominick Blondo. Mr Fontrom and his wife, er climate

home following .I B. V. (Theda) Kennedy, A red and white color )!r.. David K. Bartlett Is In Tie regular covered dish sup. OJI'I, grew up la Calumet, They have one daughter, Mrs.
Miss Linda Call Barrows, brlds's Immediately 7S1S SW 122nd St, Sunlland, actions la being carried out charge of publicity, Mrs per will be held April SO st the Mich. They ware married Ap- Arthur Lugautr ef XUwau
daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Summer the ceremony The lace will preside et toaitmlstreia for Celeitlne hays reservations. Fire. Station ril It, 1914 at the home of keg and one grandson Gary,
F. Barrows ot Ml SW covered bride's table was centered the Beta Sigma Phi Annual In the program and decora- Mri. Elisabeth Klncald planlit, Present were Mrs Homer Mrs, Foritrom'a sitter to who will\ .,..dllltJII11UI' from
Third Street, Florida City, became with daisies and sDvar rounder's Day Banquet and lions Mri. Robert Miller of and Mrs Sharon McCrary, sololit. Sullivan, Mrs X E. Sherard Houghton Mich. Mri For the Unlveralty of Wieconsln.
the bride of Robert Wen rose. ibsped candelabra with Dance, Saturday evening from Kendall, Is decorations chairman Mrs. Earl Fuiiell!, Mrs. Tim atrom relates that bar slater'sluibend
dell Boons, son of Mr. sad Mn yellow candles. The punch table < to a p-ra. at the Miami assisted. by Mrs. Robert Millar Mn. Cyde Barrow, Mrs, was sheriff of Bough Mrs. Foratrom has two sisters
R. W. Boone of IWO SW 140th was decorated with chrysaathemuma Springs Villas Ohneaorge also of Kendall Honored guests for the evening ;Charles Tatum Mrs. Charles ton County at that time and leaned In the area, Mrs. Fred
Street! Homeitead April It. In and dalalea. Mica Betty Miller will give the include Judge and Mrs Robertson, Mn, Jack Matco- them their marriage IIcenaa. Swanson of Avocado Drive
Florida City Methodist Church As president of the Creator Founder Diy Pledge end Mri. Henry Balaban Mn. Arnold aids, Mn. Kermit Clbbi, MMIctcher (aha and her huabsnd recent.
MIA Annabel Haw tree and
Miami City Council of Beta Volpe, retired manager of the date
Orth Coburn drat vice preil- I ly celebrated a gulden
candlelight ceremony ,
in a Mrs, James Chandler preildedat Bryant Mrs, Frill The couple lived for over 40(
24 of Miami SymphonyOrchestra
e Sigma Phi comprising dent will welcome new I Ipled. University ; Schroeder too) and Mrs. TUlle. Johnson.
the bowl. Mrs, James L Mrs Dominick Blndo years la Milwaukee, WI., '
punch chapters and over COO mem and Mrs. Agnes of Modello.
of .
'Be,. Allen Barrett, parlor Mrs. R. E. Duos, and where owned
Chandler served the wedding ben locally Mn. Kennedy will Eaton poet end pioneer Hialeahan ear. they
York Me merle I Methodist cake and Miss Carol Boone preside over the event which The lion Judge Henry Bat who have been made hits. Barrow. Guests were Mrs and operate Tar- The Fontroma attend Bt
Church North Miami Beach., slater of the groom, kept the commemorates "Beta Sigma Phi aban will present a Cltlienihlp I honory members of Beta Sigma W. II, Cooke of George and Mrs era," For a brief time Mr. Joh,,'. Episcopal Church In
end former pastor of the guest book. Week" si proclaimed by Gov.I Award to the member who won PM for their outstanding con- W T. McConnell Foratrora served Jn the Army Homestead.BIGNEWS'.
City Church performed the Ferris Bryant. I the essay contest baaed on trlbutlon to the arts and the i
T:::10 o'clock: double ring ceremony Mrs. Patty. Arsnhs 1s chairman -ClUienahlp" end Mrs. Richard communi"'.
satiated. by Rev. Loula After a wedding trip to North for the occasion which IL Kelt cultural chair Bets Sigma Phi U a social
Leigh, pastor of the church. Florida, the couple will\ live on will begli with a social hour man will present a Cultural I cultural, and service organtta.
The altar was beaked with NW MaUl Court, Homestead. from 6 to 7 p,m, with dinner Award to the chapter which lion whose elm end purpose 'ls "
palms and standards of spring Mrs. Boone Is a graduate of and program from 7 to I p.m., has pursued the cultural pro to benefit Dade County through '
flowers Miss Oenevleve Chandler South Dade Hip School She followed by dancing to the nu' gram In the most outstanding its charitable work, Including
organ, played the traditional Is employed ss doctor's saiia- ale of Art Giles and his or- manner An additional award aid to the retarded and handl-
nuptial roualc. tint In the office of Dr. R. E. cheitrs. will be presented to the outstanding upped children and furnish
... Her husband attended Mute Group a program scholarships to college stu
Mr. Barrens gsve his daughter South Dade High School and Initiated this year to In- dents.
In IIIlm.... The bride wore graduated from Miami Jackson spin the study of the various I;
a pure silk white chiffon floor High School He 1s employedby Greek Muses,

length wedding gown fashioned Southern Bell T.I.pbon.Comp.n 14prsa Bets Sigma Phi's highest Shoes for the

with 'COOP neckline and tiny In the homestead of. honor, the sward for the 1964
sleeves In the fitted bodice em fleet. City Council "Girl of the Year" Entire Family
broidered with seed pesrls and will be announced at the close ,
tiny besds. The full skirt wan Neva King PTA of the preientatloni. Nominations IN COLOR TV
Joined et the waist with a pleat. for this award MARCO SHOES
ed cummerbund letting off the Hears South Mrs David K. Indud'i .
waistline Her fingertip veil of city chairman; Bartlett. Kennedy _
Illusion was attached to s crownof Dade SeniorsA president; and Mri. F.H ,
seed pearls featuring pearl BoweD, citizenship\ chair II HEW RECTANGULAR TUBE! SUM CABINETS!
flowers. She carried a bridal round table man. Other chapter "Glrla of
bouquet of white daisies, yellow highlighted -the Parent discussion Teach- the Year" will also be revealed I U.S. Ist .I
rosebuds and liltes-of tie-valley. ere Association meeting on to climes the program la the I Caribbean Blvd.' I You get larger picture (23-lnches& overall ding
Mill Eva Dlckmsn wee maid April 16 Nevs "Girl Of The Year Ceremony tube 274 In.
et King Cooper JII''' ) sq. picture viewing area),
of honor. She wore a teal blue ( --I I Ia Ir _
Elementary School Taking with a more natural looking chaps than ordinary I1.,
street length gown of chiffon
In the dlicusilon p
part were
21' (265 aq. In. vl.wlnl.rea) round color
ever taffeta with s matching Four senior from South Bade
headpiece and carried bouquet High School. r tubs ..... Yet cabinets are trim and attractive
of dallies with shaded blue because the tube Is approximately I Inches
satin ribbons. Mrs, James Eslaber English MRS. KENNEDY ehorterthsn the round tube.This contemporary

Norman Hunt of Miami, sari instructor st the high school, Isloeitmlitreii model Is finished ,
the groom's beat man. Ushers Introduced the students Steve walnut
genuine veneers
McMullan, Sally Altmayer,
Donald Mills and Carlos
wire Julia Young and Rick Puncke, I and sslset hardwood
Comas t Topic of the discussion was, Spertweor for the Men I1I ltj aollde.Seetbenewehape'h \
"Our Seniors Pan, But Does h ,
In color television.
daughter's wedding, y
For her
Mrs. Barrows chose s yellow Our School System" Weak' & Young Man 'h li '. DSotorolaColorTYwlth
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sheath of silk organza with lace school system were the SS-tneb rectangular ,
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orchid t .......
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a New PTA officers for the rf .ers..a.e BANK 7e ---
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corsage. The groom's mother coming year are Mrs C. K. r -- :;1. :::w"'e:: FINANCINGMOTOROLA:
wore a powder blue sheath of Hayes, president Mrs. DemniaL.predd 1
organza with matching accea- first resident;
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p*te Tn The NEWS LIADCR md CUTLER UDOi"MMINI' WIT Thwsdtf, April U It44If

I Was Strictly Fashionable At Redland Party I


I, Guests And Models] I

"| Looked Their Prettiest.

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w : At Spring Luncheon r.11 .

The artistic ability of MM E. A. (Helen) Ash

: 'I of Movtrr Drive Homestead, brought a transfor.
nation of a famous boulevard in Paris to the Red.
I land Rolf and Country Club last Thursday afternoon -

for an "April In Paris" luncheon and fashion
( I show given by the Redland Women Golf Ass -

J Boclatlon. .-1--- __ t'
Invitation of the golf aitocls- : : _
Working diligently for weeks tlon and came In spring attire r.n %
prior to the affair, Mri Alb with fancy frilled hit.
e copied the works of the French A French menu was armed
srtl.t Henri De Toulouse Lau
t I.. the gueits with the assistance
tree,who took for Mi subject of four French )maids, Sherry _
: : almost exclusively the night Turner, Rene Chlpley, Marsha
lift of Pirli Two of his sketch Himrick and Deanne McNibb, _
: .r s *i, one of s cm cm girl end Mrs Jefferson Dsvls was
: '' t the other of the black garter, commentator for the fashion
t were Included In Mrs. Aih's show The coiffures were done
'U\'Uh ''; collection by Piullnt's Salon of Beauty t Fhse j I
p Along the boulevard' to Paris, and the flowers worn and ..... '
near the timed flower market, rled by the models were done
Mri Aih hid made a replica by McLem's Floral end Gift '
of the boulevard cafe. D* La Shoppe
i'1 i \' Madeline and awnings of suthentle Ai the models wtlL.d; the ,,
dress shops were Included, boulevard modeling Crutins's
f 1 r The boulevard was filled with fashions, they were tpplsuded
\ yellow TOM trees and livendir again end again by guests ,
11. and while lllic trees that Mrs pleased with the new fnhloni r
Alb hid made, It was there Many of the guests remained ,
\ .11: 1 the eight models from Crussnns during the afternoon for t
: '1 r r.r 1 't Drew Shop of Home. game of bridge,
\I It 'I 1 4., stead, modeled the mOlt ele Door prices were won by
lint In spring fashions from Mrs, George Pederson. Mrs.
4 sportswear to formal tttlre Robert Jienich, Mrs Florence
Too hundred end fifty women Hill, Mrs. Joseph Mltterer,
from Hometeid and the Mri Myrtle Kraus, In. Waiter -
) South Dade area accepted the Weiss and Mn C K. JI )'es. 1 .v
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wears a white Herring. Mrs.. James) (Mrs Mack) ( E, A.) (Mrs. Bill)) (Mrs., William)
bone suit featuring brtss wears a shirt waist drill wears a "IU"''''., xlng" -tl..d 'wears a Monclna suit featuring wears a cracker crisp, dot wears a casual, washable
burtons and red scarf with In pink and white sear In black and white and I a check tklrt and ted Swiss, slack suit, f... linen In two shades of tur I
red shoes, sucker featuring ruffled' ] carries a Simone Heliter / 1ft. I locket with black silk luring a red and whit quote'and blue, suitable
pockets, and foci from men pink straw hat blouse and patent belt. top end bloc pants. for afternoon ar evening

I tag collar wear.

Social I

4) .r rFood
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Mr. and Mrs, ..' eKenneth ..f"-"l .. QJ ,
trt': 'j IELJ.Jt f( t '1'' I y ARDIS WEAVER
erts md ..I ;:.t. I p' f }
dren, Jeff and t, r Tomatoes art perhaps the
Tam havetutn.d r-. rt mOlt versatile food we have, is
to d they art .usable with nearly
their summer ( every type of meat, seafood,
home la Co- md other ve leh blel. Try themIn
Jumble Mo., 1 te then ways and you, too,
after spendIng I ,, will be pleased with this luscious
tht win* '1 vegetable.
ter her*. Mr. Mrs. Williams f / r
Roberts his been sftlllated 0' 4rr 4 Myt t Stuffed Sated TemateesS

with Walter Peterson Farms. f / r : ripe tomatoes
Mrs. Roberta Is the former
Ann Marl. Peterson, diugn- r I cups soft bread crumbs

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 1 cup grated cheese
Peterson of Klngmm Rosd In 4 to 6 stripe cooked baton,
the Hedlmds. crumbled

e e e + f U tap, grated onion
I Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. 1 tup lilt
Prldgen of NW 14th Strict, e .- Remove pulp from tomatoes,
had ss weekend pests, Mr. t fI leaving Vi Inch shell Chop pulp
Prldgen's Uncle and Aunt, I lid mil with 1 cup of the
)Ir. snd Mrs. Guardrow Pride bread crumbs, Vi cup of the
gen of Macon, Ga* and Mr. Ij cheese, the bacon, onion, and
and. Mrs Edgar, Smith and I nit Fill hollowed tomatoes
daughter LUa 6f St PtUrs- a I i with mixture and place In biking
burg dlth Combine remaining
crumbs md cheese and sprinkle
S e 1*.
over top of tomttoes Bake
CotjR. Welpton has tie. \ at S7S degrees stout 21 minute
turned to his hornets Goulds I.
afUr attending the Sport.. Serves (.
man Pilot Association rhett.Ing J
It the Beach Club Hotel Curried Tinitt
in Niplts.Rtv.'and] '::h, \'. Nora Boon Von OchnetMrs. FLORENCE MIDGEN ."

C It ( Eddy) (Mrs. Henry), 'i; i '\ j rJ albs. firm tomatoes
5 oilS
.Yr Mrs. tawrence ctr l 4, { \\ wears a green os grass wears a cool, hand screen 'j'r" '1'] cups tiblip thinly sliced onions

Mathls of Long Beach MI..., ,. lump suit and Berries a ad dacron blouse with 1 clove girlie, minced
were weekend h u.. guest beiliet of white do ill... matching Hue acetata 7 1 tap silt
I of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bryant .. '. Her large straw hat Is pants. Ideal for a patio I Up curry powder
t .t their horn in Princeton, trimmed with real daisies party. MRS. E. A.'(Helen) Ash, who was responsible for V4 cup water
PLEASED WITH the ..II out" luncheon and feih
They aloe visited other rela- I the elegent French cite scenes at the luncheon ,.r With, dry and quarter the
tie,. and frletidt U the area I Ion show ore, sealed, Mrs. Allen (Vera) Neal, tic. tomitoes.
for picture beside of the Hut the oil in
see a ana yellow rosa trees a
On* Saturday, toning a 'family 'ket chairman, and Mrs Frank Little. They posa for r Y-Wives Club To Hold she made. Rosa and lilac trees were pieced en aith skillet saute the onions I minutes
held at the for staff Dan Ph.).,
reunion show
was o picture photographer er side of the long boulevard where Cruiena's medals Mix la the garlic, silt
home of Mr and Mrs JeutUndirwood ing some of the tickets they exchanged for money showed the latest in spring fashions. and curry powder, then add the
with' 43, presentfor to benefit the Women's Golf Aisoclation. tomatoes and water Cover and
the occasion, '/ 'Mad Hatter' Brunch Florida Federation President took.over. low but 1J minutes.
e '. e Serves (-S.
: Leonard NCO Wives Festival May 2 To At Music
Mri and Mrs. Mix- The illlleit, siuieit, and Shot, Mri. Allen Schwartz Speak Club Breakfast Uncooked Ttmitt Rfllth
ion and children, Steve and ,
Carolyn'of Canal Point, Fla.. Plans 'end practice (or the Bate, continue to go forward.. sharpest chapeaus will\ win Mrs. Chide Cortlns, Bra Paul I At the May Breakfast of the' Reiervitlons are to madewith 6 Ibi ripe tomatoese'
prizes Neldhirt and Mrs Jack Margaret Mills Muile Club to \ Mrs Anne Polk Fojlk
wert weekend. guests of Mr. International Bazaar and Festl Wedneidiy morning st : medium-sited onions
and Mrs. Jen* UnderwoodIn val to be- held 9 st the, 'The affair Is ,open to NCO the 'Mid Hitters" brunch snd Fields Mrs. Ronald Creamer be held May 9 st First Meth. not later thin noon May T. 3 Urge green peppers
their h m. In Princeton. Commissioned May Wives Club members and fashion show sponsored by the will be fashion commentitorMri .' odlst Church social ball, spa Serving with Mn. Foulk on thehoiteii large bunch celery
e Non Officers gueits and' Includes dinner newly organized "Y.Wives" Al Siksl U program chairman riot guests will be Mrs James committee for the lay. W cup tilt
0 Club st Homestead Air Force M. Clement of West Palm are Mrs Helen Mitoutek
club, to be held from 10 :J cider
a m cups
Staff which will be served from 7 vlnegirI
Mrs. Ins
and Mrs. Vie Phsy Roberts
Set. until 1 p.m. at the home of Beach, president of the Florida :
Sellers announce the birth of to 10 pm. Mrs Al Shotl, 6801 SW 90th The recently ergmiied distaff Federation of Musis Clubs. Mrs H L. Brandenburg, Mrs. V*cups auger
a daughter, Cynthia Elaine, land, Is vltltinj his mother, There will be a 30 minute' Court, Kendall branch of the Young Mesa Lester B.' Smith and Mrs. B. JKerley. reel cup the tomatoes celery teed
Mrs. Clement will be installing md onions
born April 13, In McDIll Air Mrs, Ann Polk Foulk. Capt. floor show and the Sophliclateiwill Christian Association meets the ;
South Dide officer. Mrs Garland Me- Officers to be installed remove leedi md stems from
Force Bait Hospital, Tam women are invited last Wednesday In each month are
pa. Mrs. Sellers li the former Foulk flew down for water to There for will dancing be from for B to design their "middeit" from 9:30 to 11:50 a.m. tt the Nutt a national officer in the Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg preii peppen; WHO celery and remove .
Sybil Roberts of Homuteid qualifications at the Dinner prizes hit possible and Wear it Young Women's Christian Ass NaUonal Federation of Music dent; Mrs. Aunt Polk Foulk, tops Chop m vegetables
the twlot and limbo A
Station conteiU to the brunch Clubs and chairman of the 196S tint vice president Miis Genes very fins Add lilt mU
The Selltr three year-old Key in Miami. H* md fuhlon show locution Center, 11331 Bird ; well
daughter, Lynn It, spending will be here until Saturday roving and photographer wine: cart ,will cigarettegirl move to compete for prizes Coffee Road In the Concord Shopping convention of the National vleve Chandler, second vice and place In cheesecloth big
two weeks her with her Their planes are stationed at among the tables. sandwiches, and cookies will Center. Federation of Muiie Clubs, will president; Mrs. S. Rogers Hick- Drain overnight Boll together
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Homestead Air Fore Baa be served There will be a be toaitmlitreii. Dr. Bertha' man, recording secretary; Mrs for S minutes the vinegar, .
Mrs Al Shofl Is chairman of Foster, director of the Musicians Paul E. Richardson, and
James Roberts, NW 20th and they will commute back The humor booths will be imiU donation, corresponding celery seed Let cool.
open from 10 am. to 8 p.m. the 'Y.Wlvei' Club, and the Clubs of America in secretary: ; )tr.. Preston Turn the drained vegetables
Street. and forth
e e to Miami far maneuver featuring baked goods snd Also on the program will be group gitbars for searing, Coral Gables, will be guest B. Bird, treasurer; Mrs. into a Urge kettle, pour ,III..
John Capt Foulk lion handmade items I showing of fashions for mornIng crafts, pitying bridge, follow ipeiker. Mrs Louise George L. Polk, historian; Mrs. gw over them, and
K. Foulk mil
Cspt now two Jeer duty at the Gooa afternoon, and evening, ed by a pot luck brunch it lon, president of the Hender-I' J. R, Rutl.nd. music critic, Pick at onct into welL
:stationed at Goo LabradorAir But having reported thereIn Proceeds will benefit the NCO lell'n from cutting to comple their monthly meeting A bles Music Club .' Mn C. D. Walker, pirllsmen. jars and seaL sterilized
Force Bate, Ntwfouad- June 1963, Wives Club's Welfare projects Uon by the models Mrs. Al nursery is provided. ipcik. tartan I Mikes I quarts

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I 1964-65 Woman's Club Presidents Group Florida Crackers Invites Square New dancers MembersThe In the area.

Dance Club dances every second Saturday night at I pm,
and fourth Saturday of the election of officer will be held<
month In the recreation room followed by dancing and, a pot
of SL John'i Episcopal Church. lurk supper

I .. Frank Naglf, president of New caller for the group I.i liFREEZETTE
i the organisation, welcomes! all Jaka Shtlnutt ef Miami.
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I Pig. of 25 . . Reg, 49c

r ,k 1M PINT 1 Handy t.., off

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I Large Economy Site

Cutler Ridge PcrriueMn. City I I PLASTIC BAGS R.g.98eFREEZETTE ........

Mri. John Dreacher of Caribbean Bou- r. J. StoUitetmer of Palmetto Mill Maude Holladay of Lincoln Drive,
levard, Whispering Pines, will be Installed Country Club estates, will be Installed Leisure City, begins her second term ai Mrs Norman Sutton of SW tmth Street, I PINTS ,It,. if 6 1.29 . . Social $1.19
president of tie Cutler Ridge Woman'i president of the Perrtna Woman's Clubon president of the Woman'i Club of the Homestead, will be installed president of I
the IH PT. pkg. of S 1.39 . . Special $1.29
Woman'i Club of Homestead in
Club, May I, at I dinner at Kings Bay May 11. Redlandi when the club resumes meetings hay
Yacht and Country Club. She bn held executive positions In In tile fill. The club) elects officer every An active member of the club for 11 I QUART ,It,. of 4 1.39 . . Speclol! $1.29

She it tn active clubwoman ud her several federated wonen'a clubs la the two years yean, she served as first vice president / GAL. ,It,. of 2 1.39 . . Speclol I $U9

prim. concern has been welfare work. Miami area ai well ai being Dad. County She has been a member of the club for last year and prior to that was second GALLON Pk,. of 2 2.49 . I' Specie! $2.09
List year abe served ti decorations chairmu Federation of Women'a dubs vice president
for tie club. Her bobby of flower comma four yeara and< active to ill department : 64 01, FLAT 79c ca . . . Special 6ge
ton cbalrmaa
for the last four )'ura. Her. artistic talent has added much to
and flower arrangement wen a keen asset Her olflcei la the Perrina Woman'i Miss Holladay taught school In Indiana the dub's activities ai year after year 16 '1. FLAT 1.00 eo. . . . Specie! I9c
and her retirement Dine
la her. work n decorations chairman. Club include rice president, secretary and moved upon to Leisure City, yean ago aba bad beaded the decorating committee I MIDGET FLAT 29c to. . . Spade! 23.
Mr Drescher Ii active U the Perrtna
tn lIurtr. She served on the city beautification commltteo I
Paten Methodist Church where iba U a Since her arrival aha Las been active representing the club and the fair ,
member of the Woman'i Society of ChrU-\ She li a member of the Metropolitan
in church and civic affairs. She la a member committee, Polyethylene Coated Whit. Fraser Tips
tiu Service, treasurer of the Hannah Him. Dado County Public Library Advisory Of Trinity Methodist Church: and first Frttur Paper 1080 Inch Rail
mel Circle and chairman of the Greeters Board and Perrine Civic League repreaentatlva vice' president of the Woman'i Society of She U an active member of First Presbyterian 7S ft. Roll Rag. $1 29 R.,. tic OQc
Committe. of tba church. of the Perrin. Woman'i Club. Christian Service Church and< a Sunday school $1.49 Sp.elel. SPECIAL 03
She came to South Dada from Bristol, During her course of work with the teacher.
Va, and li I non active real estate broker. conservation program, the Perrlno Club She has taken an active part In the The landscaped grounds at Avocado
She ti I graduate of Charron-Wllllami baa received a citation each year 1961-43 growth of Leisure City and ti a member School are the works of airs Sutton and
Commercial College la Miami from the Florida Federation and a citation of the Leisure City Civic "Association Her her committee and aha also! served ai 1 BROOKER CENTER
la 1KI for their work la the federation other activities Include membership In
She li married to John Dreacher, a retired landscape chairman for Homestead< Junior
from the Council of Dale the South Dada Garden Club and< the
Oaiville Tropical
executive of the Company Countyof High Parent Teachers. Association
Division of Scovllle Manufacturing Company the Girl Scouts of America.She Audubon Society. Mrs, Sutton and her husband came to Your. ACE HARDWARE Dealer
Oakvllle, Conn. They bare two children li a member of Holy Rotary Church When Miss Holladay li not bury with Homestead 14 years lao from Hollywood, I
a daughter, Mri. Norman Stephen la Perrine. her club and church work she takes advantage Fli. He li production manager for Harold I rhone 225 S.W.2,4, AVE. Free
of OakvlUa and a ion, John, a dentist lathe She and her husband have been real- of the weaving classes at Redland Kendall They have two children, Norman 247.7321 Homestead, FI,. Delivery
Air Force. dents of South Dada for IT years Fruit and Spice Park. Jr., and Jayme. \,


Mrs Lessle Smith .

Arts And Craft Classes Elected Cornelia 1 Fashion et .

I Circle Chairman Saving, rl *

Mri. Leasia Smith was elect CORVAIR by Chevrol
Begin At Parks April' ed chairman of the Cornelia RICHARD'S

Leavel Circle of Modello Bap BUDGET SHOP Mountain-eonqueru, turnpike-shrinker, curve-strafghfener
tilt Church when the
: group
The Metro Dad County Park and Recreation' met last week at ber home (and 1/Of4 rou/J,tS pick a Idler HIM to buy one)
Department will continue sponsorship of classes in and Spice !Park as fellewttPlewer Mn. Smith replace )rra. .
I the Arta and Crafts at Camp Owalssa Bauer and I Arranalnit' Monday, Runs Cooper, who resUned as .. _. This wa Comlr
the I U leaving the .1 year give more powar. Nearly 19% more la the standard engtne-to
aa >> n
7 to 10 Instructor John -
Redland Fruit and Spice Park.; Courses will begin, pm. ; with the maneuverable dna, light! steering and rear-engine! traction.
the week of April 27 and will continue over, McLean. area. U. S. I And it'a been
during at Caribbean, Blvd I I busy winning new friends and making enthuaiaate even more onthualaaUe.
a aix.week nerlod. I Ballroem Dancing (Advanced) hits Mamie RatUUff gave Take the 1964 International Canadian Winter Rally, for instanee-1,800 milee of
11 l.m.1 i Wednesday, I to 12a Thursday, 7 to 10 p,m. Instructor the prayer and Mri. L. Armanl I: roads, roller.ollter bills and tricky curves that tested the rally-aqulrptd can and snowy expert
Registration and payment m.1 t Thursday, T to 10 p.m. : Mrs. Peggy Underwood. read the scripture. driven to their limit. '
should be made at the Camp For further information, eon- During Ins social hour, refreihmenti READ TIIE
Instructor, Mri. Mirlyn Ae: Out of 141 entries Conralr wu first overall winner,taking top honor for the eacond
Owalna Bauer office. The reglitration cunio.Rwf. tact the office at Camp Ow'ilssa were served by the In yeaff
a row. And two other Corral finished In the
fee muat Tia tn by Bauer, CI 74011 or tha recreation hostruei Mrs Maude Jones CLASSIFIEDYOIJR top apotf.
Friday afternoon. Mtklnat Thursday, 1 to office at 171SS31, Miami. and< Mrs. Smith. Nice car to have when you'ro out to do coma mountain eon-
I entering, turnpike shrinking or straightening of
scheduled at Camp 4 p m. Instructor: Mn. Bernice your own
Classes follows Dft'br.W.kln. Nice car to have, too, If moat of your driving' In the city.
and :
Owalssa Bauer ai
Ceramics (Molds) Tuesday, In Clam Wednea. Because the lima thing that make Corvalr such gnat little per p I E'1 'TRAYEI
T to 10 p,m.j Thursday, I to 12 diy, I to 12 a m. Instructor: former in the hinterlands stand it In good stead on city atreeU.
am. Intruder: Mrs Mary Mrs Pearl Skill.AddIti.nal You lust couldn'taak for I more agile, mora sure-foot.d, more V "HE
Weller. classes will k* peppery car In traffic. Or a sportier looking number to do the "
Frances Ceremlcii (Hand Modeling) (*itduc"d .t Redland Fruit town In, Or, ai we m'lItIontdlnder the big black type, a better rrum ____
time than right BOW to buy .
Thursday T to 10 p.m. Instructor eseli\
: E. J. Lamberth I Uwut CM CIHJ and (Wifrwnrf) Cessna Sltnf Rig Speed Cape
Inemel en Copper Monday Your F.milyDepartment I 11
I to U a m.t Monday 1 to ,
I p,m. Instructor Mri. Bemire ''I'Irltrlerald. Store

011 ,.Intfn. ,' Tuesday, t to I '

New, Farmers Savings Ceiiiki ..' E'
I I .
Couldi Chapter, New Farms M
era of America, will hold< Ita I
14th! annual parent and ion '
u. s. tat r
banquet at I p.m. today In the Caribbean llvd. Conveniently,/ located
Mayt High School Cafetorlum. .......T E'i
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Ltt'i PULL 488 .
F- Reflect LEVERGEO. Use any or all of these services. ,

e Insured Savings Accounts Travelers Cheques

E. e Special Savings Clubs Free Customer Parking

e First Mortgage loans' Youth Savings Corral '

WRIGHTCONSTABLE e low.Cost Money Orders Postage-Free Save-by-Mail

e Safe Deposit Boxes Night Depository

e Drive-In Windows at Perrine Office

Current / / per annum, paid
4th District MAY 5th Dividend 41 1/1/0 and compounded
Rate Now / 4 times a year
Save by May 20th ,. Earn from May I
r GEORGE WRIGHT bu been a resident of Homaitead-

Perrin. area atom 191. \
-Jle ll married: wife, Eria\ Gar two children, Cbritta
Gay, 11.10. and George E,Jr., age T. SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

s Ha la I graduate of Redland Sr,High School 19J7 and HOMESTEAD PERRINE

the Dada County Police Academy OFFICE, 'I OFFICE .. J

.He has beld t four-year term, 12 yean of office.Ho 1101 MOMS AVENUE 701 romNe AVENUE

baa 2 deputies and 2 patrol can answering the .,,r, Thomas A. CoUiM, Matutgir Robert I. Boyer, klaaapr
public need. .;o....., "
of Homestead Baptist Church the Muonlc 21111 \\
Ha U a member from 1S te llOO p.m. germ THE T R T Km on CHmoin' >CHI" n ui.CHtn. n coiTin no comm sow AT roui CHtyioin Kiunt
Lodge, Eastern\ Star, Elk Oddfellow, and Fraternal
Order of Police. FIS. Pal Ad' I r

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twelve The NEWS LIADIR, *n

Public Drunkenness' t I GagliardiNamed

,,PTA President I

Problem Increasing! t

For Next Year

Florida City police officer "'" worker minister hat returned 1 h --.'......--..... .''' ,
and municipal curt are expertencing to hli borne In Iou for eev Ronald Cigllirdl 'wu elected
Florida CityBy oral! weeks. lie will then I president for the next Pf
i problem that li go on LKISUUKCITY
'Increasingly difficult that of to South Dakota, where he will school year at last week'i I
public drunkenneii 1' Ardii Weover again take up his duties on I Parent Teacher Association LAURA IRIDCES I
The majority of circa brought potato farm along with mlnIclerlng meeting at Leisure City Elementary By

before Judge Herbert Marvin ."onI1247.7891 I to hli lellow'orkrn. School _'H' .. _,

In the put several weeks have -... ... _, John Hair his returned to Elected to serve with him as a part of the adult recrei
been found guilty of this 'fiend his home on SW Fifth Court I first ,wire president was Mn ) getting under I
charge. Mont of the defendantstme Young People's group, pro. after spending several days ispatient John Land); second vice presl- 1'1.'a, In the new Leisure r..k.'r. .
been picked up by police' coeds will be used for the purchase I In James Archer dent, Mri Robert Mooreheid;
In the vicinity of Went Lucy it new hymnals for the Smith hospital. secretary, Miss Genevlete .. Mevle

Street, and police will con church Chandler, and treasurer MriJoseph Too movies will be .llou it\
tlnu.' concentrating their cf- Assembly ef Gd Mri Richard Sehmunk of W, w a1' PlmenUl!. They rill be 7:30: p.m. odiy In the Leisure JOI .
trite In the areiMm The Youth Group of the llorId Palm Drive was confined to Instilled at the May 11 meetIng Park theatre Their titles are I IUp'""StillgOllC
'In has said that the Idea J I will James Archer Smith Hospital "Florida Slate Parka Invite I
of God
of hiving these people brought meet* City at Assembly the church it 6 p.m. last week, She I. reported to be You" and "Fishing The Forty' )

In to stand a hearing In the Saturday for transportation toEveral.du improving Committee chairman will be. nlneth Alaska
court li 'essentially to mike National Park ct appointed In the fall Moviei have been scheduledfor
to Jive Rev. and Mrs Frank Reyes Dr, Joseph Fogle' psychologist Million
\the city a better place where they will hive I fellow- the lilt two Thursday nlgts Tops
Thli li t method of correctingthe ship service that will be fol. and daughter, Norma, left last t with the Dade County In the month hereafter. April
evil, hiving people lowed by i wiener roist week for California. The Rev.. Board of Public Instruction 30 The Far Sound" and 'lllgh Second Year
loitering and drinking on the Mr. Reyes wai active in i mlnIsterlil showed a film at the meeting Country 1I0Ilda111 be
Rev. ind Mri Clirence Pan .
streets li bid for any city" capacity with firm la and conducted a question and shown,
conducted tier and other adults from the bor'raI'bll.. In rlorlda City, ._ 1 answer sessionLwnch Jot 6tlngoni of Homestead
Court ti now being
church will accompany the I. mid his second million last
and made hli home at the Fan 1 fljMWwk\ Course
it 4:SO pm. every Monday group *,n Dram Revue In life Insurance laid,
aouth Labor rear
Camp 30 at 930
recreation centeron I II Beginning April :
at the city i
Party H.ld Mri Laurence Rentschlcr, a m, Mrs Fran Young who Is that Is.
film Drive Instead of Mon. I A combination housewarming I Mri, Edener Million of NW I'.iEi president of the Leisure City affiliated with Camp Owalssi A dish"let agent with Prudential
day evening, n In the put land bridal shower wis given Hrst/ Street I. confined to I$ Home Demonstration Club Bluer will begin teaching an Insuiane Company of

Baptist Not.a ,Sunday evening it the home i Baptist Hospital for te.... Sirs. Joe Pont and Mri G. E. t'lahth.ut'k course entitled America, Stlngvne wrote more
The Baptist MlMlon. In prep !lor Mr, and Mri James Ober'bolter McIntosh served n hostesses 'Knowing' and Using Area, than $1 million of new life
on NW tells Street Mr. and Mr.. John Irwin and during a coffee time social Plant *." Interested Insurance during 1M3 It"II
It'i church persona
building ]
11 building it Ion for, hit named i build Rev and Mri Kenneth Neu their IT.monlh-old ion, Mark, TOP SCIENCE' ttudenti at South Code High School last week it the beginning of! should call AI Ammirati, park I tl,a second year In a row he had
1 who hove been chosen to ortend special, series of I
Ing committee, man were hosts are leaving this week for a six the club'i early morning meeting -, director, at {'I 7-Iflli for class written over a million dollars
Chairman li Grid rope His Honored were Mr. and Mri month stay In Anchorage, Alaska 'lectures June et the University of Miami 'include ,rticnatlons, worth of Insurance for peopleIn
I co-chilrmin li A. B. Ungham James OberholUer In their While there they will be ,left to right, Sherrill Amendt, Mike Bloklcy' and South Dade.
and treasurer li James new home ind Mill Dorli Good, pursuing a business venture Steve Quennoi. (Staff photo) Mrs. Oscar Tompkins, footle'I Atttnds Conference I A resident here for over IT
and nutrition .chairman who
Pft'blt"'j who will be married at her ------ -- Mn Or. Jennlngi of Jack ears he lives on Wildln
Also icnlng on the home In WoOkter, Ohio, In has been hospltillicd had Sire. ion Drive and friends, Mn
his wife ,
are Ben Evenge and 3 To Attend Urine with ,
I(June, For Two PoolsSwimming Blase Koran giving a program Flora Marshall, Mn Shirley and Uo' children Cindy and
Kulp Shower gifts were placed ._. .. In her adsence, on "Meal Time Hllcmsn and Mrs. Edith Miller,
date for commencing! -- --- Mark.'
Target !I under i while umbrella thathad I i Happy Family Time"A president of the Coral Cables .
li approximately 30 I' his outstanding
the project I I pink and blue streamers Lectures AtUniversity frown food clinic li be. Republican Woman Club, attended For
day's from now. he, his wife and children
attached to I sprinkling cm I ClassesRegistrations I Ing planned for the May 21 the spring conferenceand
1 will attend two rational conventions
I(suspended over It. Refresh club meeting Four of the club board of directors meeting
1 Members of the Junior class I meets were served buffet lyle, I II members are undergoing trainIng for the Florida Federation of for Prudential this
of the Training Union were Gifts also to I: the )'..r,
presented and
I were on projei now. Theyire Republican Women Friday
skating I
to roller
rested i 'arolMoort' !the OberholUcriGupcili Set Mrs Arthur Kneeler Jr. :Saturday In St. AugustineMri .
party Saturday Mri. were Mr and Mrs. Three top science students at Mrs, Nettle Schmidt I Jennings report that Homestead
teacher along with Mri i'Leroy Shciti sod children, Mr I I i South Dade High School have Laurence Rcntachler and MI'I'I,she met and visited with the

T HouKliHi. Mn, Lulu Brown f I Icoinpinlod :and Mn. Hubert Orr and chit The Homestead recreition department has announced { been selected to attend a ipe Tompkins. mother,In-law of MIJ.] John
and Mina I elorei iloulei ac'
',drcn Mr ind Mri Lamar llol I rill lecture eerie at the Unl I Plant are In the making for Eisenhower the ion of the I Advertised
the registration for swimming classes at the city pool anda
group linger ind daughter!: Mr. and \erslty of 11-12, the annual county dress revueto former president).
Going on the outing were senior life saving course to be offered at the Roby programmed by the American
Mrs. Cite Harlzler, Bliss Mar. be held In Miami May 20.
John ,YMIIIims, Deborah Moore, that Shoats, Mid Irene Zlm George Park Pool.Rellstrallon I Association for the Advancement Mri Paul TunstiU, this year'a I Golden Ae Club In Brochure
Wllllim Truer, Thomas Vftt merman Miss Barbara Hot of Science I clothing chairman, recently re'signed The Golden Age Club will
llama Oron Moore, CurtliSpeikmin for the swimming classes will be held
Mlu meet at 11 am today at the
Miss Jane her Mri
linger Henhey, chairmanship
brochure idvertli-
Marcie Williams, Jane Weaver, Mill Miry Landli at Tom J. Harris Field, starting Wednesday from 0am, The three Include aophomorei Laurence RenUchler and Mn Coral Roe Mobile Park Recrea. A colorful .
Tom Peebles. Terry Rogers, Mike Blakley, ion of Mr and: Ing Homestead Is being distributed
to 12 SO and 1 30 to 8 tlon building A Urge crowd
Mill Gladys Filb, Mlu : p m, : p.m; Ralph Bridget will fill her responsibilltiea throughout Florida and
Myra Dennison Rand Cox, Mrs Tom Blakley of Palm
I enjoyed yesterday's Dreamboat
Joan Shoemaker Edward Cain, for the fortheom
Chirlei Dennison, Ronnie Robert Reeder, Roy Weaver, There will be six classes dally starling June 15 for Drive, Florida City, and Sher- Ing ihowPlans cruise to Ft. Liuderdile Plint along welcome stations on the
Dcmpsey and Peggy Dempsey Miss Mibcl Good, Miss Mil. beginners, Intermediates and junior and senior life living rill Amendt daughter of Mr.! were made for theelub' ire being made for the May I Georgia ind Alabama border
and Mrs. William M. Amendtof G. Post Amer.
by John Salley ,
special outing The event will
dred Good, Elim'Weiver, ind spring luncheon. This
A nr wash li planned for Rev Marlin Lehman The second icklon, which' will start July 6, will add a Rldgcwood Estates, Naranja, It will be held May 28 it be a cookout May 14 at Home- Iran Legion
Saturday starting it 9.30 i,mit Perionil Mention I clans for preschool children Registration: for this session and junior Steve Quennot, ion year 1 pm it the Holiday/ Inn. stead Bsyfront Firk Eight: thousand copies of \the
the home of the Rev Mr, of CM/Sgt. and Mri John 1LQucnnni I Supper Postponed brochure are being given out
will Mart Juno 22, Luncheon chairmen Sirs
Abncr Frost, migrant are
Graham on SW Sixth Street. ltev.. .. of Vermont Avenue, The Family Night covered by Art Kransberger, who U on
-- -- Forrest Bruce Mrs Tell. De-
Sponsored.. ,by the Intermediate The senior life saving ruu..'. will get under way at Homestead Air Force Bile, Met and Mn. Myrtle Hunn dish .upper planned for tomorrow i itite wide tour this week
--------- --j,j'j Peter Sellers Roby George!: pool Wednesday Classes will be held on The students will be guests Members may take guest. night It Holy Trinity his They will BO to motel. and

Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the university throughout There will be a card party after been postponed for one week chimbcri of commerce is well
Free use of Gets New HolePeter Instructor Chuck Anderson will Issue certificates to the twodiy event which will the luncheon with table till May 1 at 630pm: li the welcome elation.

Ear & Clones those successfully computing the Red Cross supervised Include lectures, films and prizes Reservations should be Trash Pick-Up Besides advertising motels,
... Sellers will star u Fi course, field trips. called In to one of the luncheon, Leisure City resident are restaurant, service stations
For PartiesWEINKLES gin in the motion picture "Oliver Registration may be made by cilllng CI 7-1801, Extension Science teichcri at South chairmen as won an p I.lble. reminded that county trucks and other commercial establishment
," to be filmed for Columbia 27. Dade recommended them atcholcei A work project will be held will be In the area the lilt In Homestead the
LIQUOR Pictures release, and producedby for the experience. May 8 at the club house, 1118 week in the month to pick up booklet contains a directory of
John Bryan North Krome Ave. Mn Marie limbi and hedge clippings local churches and carries on
Sellers, now recovering here Boyd AppointedJoseph To Advisory Unitstate Veterans Service 'J'-'IIWln: Mrs Nettle Schmidt Volunteers Needed the back cover I picture of the
from a heart attack, said that and Mri Blue Kovie will\ Instruct Mn Myrtle Hunn, In charge posts midget car racetrack
"Oliver" will be the first pie. A. Boyd Jr. county of Florida, Officer To Visit a class In how to cover of the Leisure City library in which will open In Florida City

ture he will appear In, once commissioner, has been appointed Boyd'i appointment wu on. Willlim E. Hunt Dade ,shoes with fabric the Community, Center li isking MaytKraniberger.
v. :, t he resumes his career. FIlm. to the advisory committee recommendation of Sen Spe. County veterini service of Park Activities for volunteers to keep the li also distributing
.t Caribbean Blvd. I Ing li scheduled to begin In of the National Rivers Bard L. Holland, a national vice firer, will be at the American AI AmmlriU director of Lei building open from 1 to 4 p,m. posters advertising the
England early next year. and Harbors Congress for \the president of the orginlntlon Legion home In Homestead lure Park section one reports during weekday afternoons | midget cir races

The nonpartisan congreu, from 9 a.m. to noon Friday to that beginning tomorrow It'_. -
founded In 1901! U "dcdlcstcd couniel veterans or their dependenti .
he will be lead
: a
to \the conservation and development and aid them In fit. community p.m. "sing along with Public Dinner In Park
s of water and land re.lOurr. tog for Veterans Adminlitra. AI"

H ... tlon n claims_ ___ _u_ _____ __, A movie projector wilt. be
used to flash the words to the Fish
) : songs on the acreen .In the Band .Fry
EIE MURRAY H. root-cvoered open air type
.eves theatre adjoining the new recreation
: fora 23/7/ building Ammlritl( and

a compiniment friend will furnish guitar ae To Be Friday

: .The community sins. .li to beheld '

I M rn happy changeELECTRIC tun atfttiouAiivi S..q 't'lFriIi.,, .; evening:- Fresh'caught South Florida cole] slaw coffee and loft

Dad Nerds Archery Lessen fish will be the main course at drinks, beginning at 1:30: p.m.
: Archery lessons will begin an open'air fish fry Friday in In the big pivllloa
n moue A DUBBIN'SU }: Wednesday at 2 pm. at Lei Homestead Municipal Park, ,
.. tzp.ebeee.d dr Mp sure Park The instruction, fur. sponsored by the South Dade The public li Invited. Money
nlahed by Dade County Parka High School' Band earned by the dinner will gotoward

.. to and Recreation Department, Assisted by Its parent organization purchase of I'truck U
a. .will be open to the public and Band Patrons the bind which the band cm transport
-- will serve fish, hush puppies, Its Instruments
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Student will Install racki to
hold the "Instruments In place
J and prevent icritches or dents.

M Ill't ra P Stanley Dullmba, bandmaster,
has frequently pointed out the
.. need for such a truck to pro
tect the bell of
.. larger Instruments

j .j.jI .1 Dullmba,'hospitalised with an

CONVENIENTLY ulcer, expect to resume bit
baton sometime In M.,. In the
.. FINANCED ( meantime, Mn. Dolores Mil.
I II tringelo of Miami bat been
assigned aa music director at
E3"'tofled'ED the high school

Karl Advocates


I r> tikiFLORIDA I Art Commission


: RANGE COMMISSION Gubernatorial Candidate Fred
Karl has Indicated
: ..... .. .. form he would
: an arts commission to
: : Needn't Stay a Pipe Dream: ftoiktMl of Dad County 'promote
MCUANlN Kx>t&ofimM&obUck.. : are guunoMtykl with tit tuat-la" "Florida's cultural
1 : mod pin*. W&IIIud CIU'taIIIIIItq look. Colon,toe. climate"
clean longer ,n :
: SO etui hott s.. ui for details about mak- .. Special AtkOoM to 'We,'mu.t not allow people
\' .:. SO COOLI( Pure lame_ eltdrio hut log Innanuy Fuee d.dooounite. koi water I Ing It a happy reality with the U L Attorney In to think of Florida ai cultural
cooks the food-Bot the cock.Goodbye ..t roUia more B vor and yHamioi.\ Dad County ,desert or merely u a slste of

.i t : to bot Mlcisusti 10 SATO No epm .... N.eomtant.bnnuBg I A IOW-COST (sons Member .t ,the .fined in weather climate,
,I f SOAOr0MM1mNopotwstdhedl.ob pilot Uihta.Aa elortrle...*.iecompbuly Dodo County ftnmiuiin ,but ai a place where culture
Z : to atrtomatti oontroli a nodon oloctaie wwry-fros and chlUpreot lANK AUTO IOANI JL-MYoonWIowaiMl and education thrives," Karl
; ,11. : rut i*cook food -sly area whtn your I oragrwiive publk .ereke' uid "Libraries, museum, the
ASK who eocV UetT< .
J : iwty from bom, any WOBIU oJly.Bh11 very best In ichooli, colleges
tea you UMOS oo bttur way.Vtat Now lomng as chairman with nationally
\ M MODUNI Ole Mwelocfab nnfoe :your Elocbio Applunoe Dealer today of Florida Public UtilitinKeflecf ::: are all of educiton -

;.. PERRINE-CUTLER RIDGE BANK __ c-IuiM growth image we part must pro the

ject to the nation and that we
k1t Ual4l r 17945 FranJo Road, Pprrin. 235.5821 fD MASON must hive for our people"
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Thursday April ... ,H4 T",. NIWI "/.n and CUUH RIDGI' 'PrMlNg PORT P.-,. Ttilrt..nionunuca
,,_ : .
from rage 1., .

Students Say PublicityIs I I Around .World Fair Set I

Activities for all members ot plus entertainment, reprtient variety of potted tropical plant
the family will' \ highlight the tog the culture of man, foreign and flowers,
Deterrents fourth annual Around the World
Delinquency lands
Fair at the Mutrum of Science
and Natural History, MM South Outstanding local artist will
-- -- Miami Ave, Saturday end Sun display their painting and Meet meatCUTLER
trying to protect our names,"
dayAdmlatlon aculpture with tome of the RIDGE
Blackburn laid. li free but there
will be unusual, j creation available to be pure BOWLING LANESfor
many ornamental -
crused Also for ule will be a
"But U the names ire pub- ind useful article for I
-- -- --- ---
lUhed, the will' crackdown a Good Time
parent sale, with the proceed goingto
a_ on their teenager, the museum to carry on Hi IrlS .a'a ''wt'ooVtRa
e_ and tbat'i hat'l needed, program. I
really" Saturday'i hours III be from t

a m, till 6 pm.. Sunday's '.uli". Solon of
The council for'o-diy paaa"ed > noon to 6 pm. Beauty
Ito N. Krom Ave U." I. tat
resolution urging anend There will be rides, 'Imt'land N7-7J4I Homestead I Caribbean Sled
to the withholding ofluvenlle shows for the children
offender -- ------ ------
nameiind --- -- -- -- ------
said they would lend U
a to the Homestead City Council >
local law enforcement '
agencies, newspapers and .. ..
the Florida Press Awoclation. -

4 4wts than Teenage. Blackburn city official were, oilier Bob L ..:JIII"" :11 We sell new-car quality

SilUmin mayor; Jane Ooley,
police chief; Danny Doom, you can see and test!
fire chief; and council com

s r posed equally\ of boys and BOB SALTZMAN, meyor of Homestead for Clti
"girls Undi Gaither, John
tenihlp Day, sponsored by the Homestead Civltan
Boyd, Sally AHmi>"er, Bob
Menlne, Bitchy lUrrelion Club, takes the oath of office from regular Mayor
and Lynn Callahan. Richard ). Conley.roundtable .

The young people, electedby discussion at DECIDED to lend I
the senior clan it South
Dade High School were Radio Station VHf and went committee of seniors to the
home to write in accountof regular council meeting to
worn Into office Tueidaymorning
their day 11 city official, trek the return of bleachers
by Ua>'or Richard
j Conley, held a council meet The Homestead ClvlUn to Harris Held for South i''
I tng, went with their counter Club sponsors the day annually Dade High School' I tnt ''i
parts to learn flrithand how to give outstanding door commencement John :iii 'Or? Dick 'Jeep' ,
the city function, and were ipnlori i glimpse of municipal (The bleachers, originally it Henry Ieehter ThrocKmorton Edward Lynn ,
honor guests at the Home government.In the new football stadium for

OOLEY, student police chief for. day In Citizenship stead Chllan Day Club'i luncheon.Youth an address of welcome, (the last fall achool'i, have grid been contests moved Come in and find out why we prefer to sell
Homestead, fell instructions In the use of a burp. Vice Mayor James Coodlng to Diamond I for the Oriole-
gun from Copt. B, f, Wimberly, the clt,'. acting After a tour of HomesteadAir told the group: Cardinal game In March and RAMBLERS GUY CASKEY RAMBLER CO.
chief on a full-time baili. Force Base, they held a "Today may teem like fun, various city ball field for at
but It la serious honor. You Little League and cltyapontored '
a ,
. .
,0' mar be lilting In these chain, team ,lml'l.) 4
I or In similar ones In the City Manager Olaf Pear- lITUSrROVIITWITHRAMBLER'S
council chamber ot tome ion told students that moving try ter; y< 'i c t
other city some diy lOon" them back again for a r ;,, EXTRA-VAtUE
Getting don 'to business, k
one.nlght! school function .A FEATURES
"Mi>'or" Siltxman proponed would cost considerable w Advanced Unit
that smoking be banned dur. and the
money city feels that ConstructionCoISprln9/
leg the council meeting "be u
school not /IU taxpayer,
came I feel there li not should bear the coit. He !
proper ventilation In this recommended that the clans I Cuiiloni
room" The ban was approve rent bleachers from the Cityof Deep Dipped Rust
ed.The Miami but laid final de. wM' Prevention
;* group voted 43 lo require clilon li up to the council Ceramic Armored
1 (, councilmen to wear I ExhouitSvitem
drum shirts and ties to ,,yr .-- .. .---; Curved GlassWindows
council meetings becune "
"once i week lint too much You've Tried The Rest 1
to expect" and I coat and I 11'- Now Get The Best t m Double Safety
tie "looki more businesslike HELENE Brakes
r 4 end gives the Impreulon of TENDER:: TOUCH'USady B . . .
dignity and respect for the ,
4 municipal government. We Sell America' Lowest Priced, Best Value Cer
The .officials-for.i-diy, In '
.i I aeatlon ilmnst ai lengthly .
ii mont held by their coun I BEAUTY SALON I' GUY CASKEY RAMBLER CO.
terparti took action on lev 11541 QUAIL ROOST Dft,
rral Itauea They: ,_| YIARS- Homestead U.S. let A.ocedeDdee Mlom( '
ISSUED a tote of confidence ; South Miami Height Phone CI 7.UlI Homestead 238-2972
and support of tha CI 14.51
regular council' decision
-J "" I
;' Monday to itand firm against ___ II epatl
further concessions to the
Metro government ("Council.
ml"" Heroine commented ,
4 "Ai far ii I'm concerned, ,
Metro cm stay In Miami.")

a dliipjiroval PROCLAIMED of teenage prank.their I II I 5C and 10PEPSARTMEKT I

? p clan iteri who numeral spray paint on traffic their ,

rrr signs or remove the signs to
decorate their rooms.SUGGESTED ,
I solution STXJRE
to the annual Halloween egg-

; ;.7 tlirey "you throwing aren't which going to they get kids said 27 H.Krome Ave., HomesteadFlo.SHIFTS .

to itop, but you should be I
k ible to control" They pro
pOled I scheduled eu.tlaht. I
in a field away from habitation
sponsored by a clan or
organization '10 .anybodywho I U.S. KEDS LADIES MOIILON
want to throw egg can I
fire away." (Local egg producer I
might be InterfiledIn HALF SLIPS NEWEST IN
barking It, they added >)> Value fo $2,9B up to $6S0
s t> DISCUSS the lack of KNITTING YARN
: I
recreational facllltlei I for ALL SIZES
teenagers In South Dade and I
decided that most older teem I c

DANNY DAVIS (left), student fire chief for Citlsenship Day. get a big laugh wouldn't one i youth center I $198 $399 C
after the "newnen" off
from an amusing incident during Mi tour of the Homestead lira department.With unless an Interesting! varied
lower ) end fireman D. Thomoi. I
him art Fire Chief R. E Issue ( right program li off"red. :

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SCOTCH TAPE WOOD Metal Adjustable| Value $9.95 =FoldingClothes '


Reg. 39c
SPRING TYPE Reg. $4.67 Separates Rooms


'jI.-----c\Y 19 6C doz. $2 99 $299Wash

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Cloths Throw Pillows Ladies Thongs STYRO

Value" 20c

9 a.6'C 24 c $Value 1$3.95 93

Surf Board 20"F

Reg. $3.98 STORE HOURS an

J $187 MON., THURS. 9:00-6 $ 98

CITY COUNCIL and other official Ooley (police chief), Buck Harrelion, Bob Saltimon 12
.f the day In session on Citizenship Day In Home. (mayor), Undo Gaither, ,John Boyd, Danny Davie I 9:00-9:
iteod discuss problem which ore on the minds of (fire chief), Solly Altmayer ."ellob Mcrvine. (Staff I+ ,

area youths Counter-clockwise from top left ore photos by Dan Phifer) I
Lynn Callahan, Bill Blackburn (city manager), Jane


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V 't; I lw' ,1 aI : ,N W.PEN'.QAIL'' (' ,800 AoM. *! ALL 4>AUTO: CENTRES: $ ,(toIOw; "ti .' 11)101.":ioonl11!. UM :

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p IR1'S' 1 : i 1 'Y CELEBRATING i

,of VIRGINIA Quail !Roost MocDONCLL Drive, CENTREAt
Gouldt, hoi "won her ALL 4 CENTRES
will" and ii now S ttcwrdeit -
for Delta Air Linct. I '

Daughter of Mr. end AA if Central Plata) call 633-0314, Cutler Ridges call 2311311U3rd ,
Mri. Robert Candler Moo Street cell WI 7-1661. Palm Sarlngti call 121.4100
Donell, 20-yeor-old VI,.

-- week(into computed training court the four-ot 'NO DOWN: PAYMENT USE YOUR HANDY RICHARDS CHARGEWHITEWALLS '

Delro'i Stewardess School,
Atlanta Airport. orod--
wets of South Dodo High
School, Min MocDonold
attended Emory Unlvertl-
ty, Atlanta, Ga., majoring # 1'

Ii 0 junior high school,
teacher. -

:Special '

f v UF.Drive BLACKWALLS ? "

i! Planned!.ale' f unity\launched\special i 1W4 drive next agricultural I'nlted for week the Fund by money Soutltallo'l Dade will 2 FOR 16. 77 0 2 fOR 19. 77 1A :; %.NHn $ ,

United Fund chairman,
.Welter Vein 640/650x15 tube type whitewalls 640/650x 15 tube type blClckwoll f ,' ,,_J (

: Although the main United
/ ,
:Fund campaign does pot begin ,

ten.4.mtil are fall being South contacted Dtde now grow to :

i ;that they will not have to bo 4FOR 31.77 4 fOR 37.77 r

Zing.bothered rush during. the tall plant. :1

: All money donated during the
aprcial spring drive will be
*credited to next (all'i campaign '

"I hope that all of South Free Bonus
;t>adc'i agricultural Intereita"Mill f
: support tint campaign,"

.."., -time.Weiss that laid South, became Dade it takes It about Ita .w, ---.-._.'.....-,, ... -. n..r. ."r rw..r,,.,,..,......... ,,.w CLIP AND SAVE

.jupport..llIblJul o place( the endeavor In United all,phaiei Including Fund.! .ct3romrmmljr SAVE ON BIACKWA115[ t I{ SAVE .WJ I WHITEWUU_ ; i :SAVE_ ,'W SPORT' TIRES $5

: Weiss I.M that there Ii no ..., ., _..... .Ittt ,....
"efflclal l goal for the campaign, ...... ., lit... ... .. --. It..
:but he It hoping that It will a .. y t_ .. _"....
/'f 1. V I.p...sNAMS se. .....
;,top 5000.
f ( Limit One To Customer
"9 hit would be much greater 4
than anything ever done be-
_fore," he commented, "and I I
-really Isnt ao much when you ;
consider that agriculture Ii i i
_150WOOOO annual builneai In
6oulh ." f

.. ,\\, forming a committee
VISOR PAKclipteo
:'to contact all growers In the
area and would appreciate. ...
astern to serve on the com..mlttee .
1 I 4 hondf comp.rt,,, '

Growers wiihlng to send In j 1.69
contributions may aend them :
to Weiss at 107 N. Krome Ave
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rWorld War I I ..... .Ir"" _II ...
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:: Vets To Elect L Y' 1* :, e wprlwNLt

T The newly formed Homestead .' >. i t t'h
"Barrnrki, Veterans o( World '
-\V.r J; will| elect officers at '.>. "'jJ ,
:1 pm. Tuesday at the VFW --.'_ } '. Jo.. .1
1 'TlKut home In Homestead
: John Dobion, national! deputy ilie 2 for 4 for I., me 2 for 4 for ,I FREE SERVICES
chief of staff, will\ be JlI'e. '170x11 1777 33,77" 701115 l5 2177 4177 e :4.- '.ltIt''..h. i k.. .
rnt to conduct the election and 7IOx1S 2177 4)77 ,1 7IO 15 2577 41777tOxlS t! 'p ILACKWAlLl : tlla.: ='M T ,',
::Install the officer. 760x11 .. .. 2577 .. ... .. .. 41.77 .. 2177 ... 1777 \ 1111 2 for 4 for No Recappable Exch. Needed '
.- Members are tilted to take' TUBELESS BLACKWALL TUBELESS WHITEWALL 520xll. 21.77 1117 Just the old tires off
Bother World War I. yeUrui MO/SSOxIS 20.77 .. .. 3.17 sire 2 for 4 tor i60xll $71 . n.n car regardless If condition your
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:. with them. peal .21.77. .41J7 540/UOIIII..22J7..u.n 590xll. ',2"n ,57.n 'OAB MAtAXO r
..--- -. 710x15 . 2S.77 .. .4'.77 1701111'2S.77 . .... .. 4..77 500.15 3On .. I'.n Ail pet I.. lUI ....OUAIAKTIK. a......olea. .
760x15750x14 2'.77.. ... ... .. 17.n 71Oxl5 29.77. ... 17.77 190/500x15 32.n 13.77 1..k..II. sra N Ito..llt. ....
J 22.77 750x1$ 55.77 : (tnm I4 .|,ll)' .,
100x14 25.77: :m l 750x14 g .: 11.77 (Add 1.50Ptr, tire for whltewalli) .t.,w*yu.e.uwt ilk>rW: ,a. rim MU,
vxlw (
s t I'i, 590600x11t 21J7 41.77 I IOOx14 30.77 11.77 d$ l>; ...auN.. Tin* will k*,
4 .140/50.11. 25.77 41.77 I 'I 110/500x13 2S.n 4'.n r...1.d as ... dl..r.IIM ..4r
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Nassau Area I Sunday Afternoon

Some people fly to Nauau the Methodist Youth Fellowship I r MARY sIMPSON

iome go by boat-but teenagers la Inviting South Dade s lie?. Thomas Wolf. PII.orl! )
resident to thla TlmolJl '. Lutheran Perririe
at Kendall Methodist Church participate r of St. :
weekend In their fun, food and Church, will begin IB "Open
have planned' a trip to Nassau fellowship, which Include: II Forum on Chrlitlin Faith Phone: CE 3-1531
by way of i spaghetti dinner, Sunday, April to tt 4 p,m. .l
square dance, car with and SPAGHETTI DINNER: Tomorrow I the church. .
.. bake aale, from I to I p.mat The eerlei, which will be
I the church, adults, $1, children I will con Church held Hi fourth quarter
to the public
To help defray expenses of under II years of age TS cents; .J open tlnu Sunday thereafterfor I ly conference Tuesday it No
the trip to the Bahamas to help chairman: Pat Partney, every
week. the church
with Bible six p m. (t
\ i study program,
from s to 11 pm. In the church )Ir.. Thomas Wolfe, Mri, The Hanna Illmmel Circle of
t r' r Government parklnc lot, DO charger chair 1 Donald Miller, Mri. Wilfred he church met Tuesday morn
men Dorothy Poiton and Bob } Deajedon and )(rt. Frank Byitrom log for 'e coffee it the horn
Soulby, will attend the American of Mri Jamei Hon, 17WO SW
Lullieren Church Wemen'i 112th Dace, Green Hllli Mrs
Payrolls Up CAR WASH; Saturday from I Il Southeastern District spring L 0. Rodgers conducted the

11 m. until I e m in the church convention at Craw Lutheran devotions: M n. Hon led the
On. out of every 21 reildentHorldlana parking lot, tl 1It r tar; chair 1 'I Church In Miami Saturday aireprnenUtlvei program
held a governmental men, Bruce Hoff and Bob Soul. i''I from St. Tim-

petition last year, approximately by. k' ,1 olh,'., ten Barn
the names the nation Mra. Val Tonnl trill, attend
al average BAKE SALE: all day Saturday -. + 1 the builneta session of she Mr. and Mrs Frederick R.
In front of the Grand Union
be held 4"ia acme convention! to Thorpe ITlit ,
In October of IMS, there Store In the Sunllend Shop. the
at St. Luke'e Lutheran Church 'errlne, ire perenti of a
were 303,790 public employeeIn olni Center, chairman: JudyChallender T In Hlaleth Saturday from Ito IOn, Frederick B, Jr. born
Florida, a gain of 5 per cent ,
5 April 13'.1 South Miami' hoiIUl. -
over 1M2 The national in* Proceeds from the weekend pm.Methodist
Church > He weighed five pounds,
Increase was 1 per cent. During events will go toward expense ,
The Perrlne rei,.. Methodist II seneca et birth.
this Interval the total r'u
population Involved In the trip to the Barn ,
of the nation gained .
ss In JUII"PI.1IM4 .
I... IA, per cent and of Florida, 4 by Rev. Gene Ilm- I

CAUGHT LEAVING 'IIr.f 7 J, Morris fieldheme, per cent. merman, pastor ef Kendall ," Several To Take,:

where police allege he stole money, key end equip The Florida figure .ai madeup Mtrt>.e'lil, the laMme'pee.< I
Mint belonging to St. Leuli Cardinal form tee me'bellpleyen Of 82,348 federal civilian tram cemlita ef rhe yewne I ; 1. qyit'r
It Roy F. Pherr, left H.'. shows being employet (not Including millary e.*s>le end thou eevntelerabreakint d First Communion
questioned Sgt. Vernon Jackson, who apprehended personnel, up I per cent ue Inle foams ef t:*
"r.pollee om. Wedneidoy. fnerr, 'who I over the year; 47130 elate em, three I people, two students, .
It ployea end 189614 county-dis.trlctcrily and one leunseler, and trltJt ''I. y' ,
with the 319th Fighter Interception Seuadion it Rev Richard Swift/ paitor of elation of Holy Rosary Catholic
---- -- Homeitead Air Force employee, both upper < lisp verleue Nassau chwrcHeeto f i'n. :. t
cent ever the ,,rel'lou'l twtp" with a Hn ef Bible oJ Christ the King Catholic Church Parish li In need of used or
Bei, wet charged 'with .time worker shady surplus clothing, furniture and
rear Part ic- will officiate at a 10 i m. high
Th. latest ,In breaking' and entering' counted for about 9 per cent of The Rev Mr, end Mri Zimmerman when chl electrical appliances for their
matt Sunday some
Shoe Fashion For and petty larceny, the total number, I will act aa rminaelmn, "atampe for rummage sale"
(Stoff photei.Jewish ). III addition to Mri, C, Bade- .! ;, dren end adults of the parish May 1. Anyone having anything
Women 4 Children Inr, )Ira. H Brice and Mrs II. will make their holy commun they would like to donate fin
SpeakerLou Life SavingThe Brnddock, BRUCE HOFF AND CHERYL JOHNSON plan la tote Ion. A breakfast will follow. leave the Items it the school
BUTLER Member of the Methodist lot of spaghetti 1 tomorrow at the combination it 11450 Franjo Road in Per-
SHOES Schwartiman executive Downtown Branch of the Youth Fellowship who will it- ipagKertl, dinner and square donee at Kendall Method The learclMrt Class of the rlne, Proceed raised from the
Miami Young Men'a Christian'tend Include Stlvli Hitchcock, I it Church, 104th Street and 77th Avenue, beginning Perrlne Peters Methodist sale will go toward i new
director or Jewish libraries In I Association will offer i senior Bob Soulbr, Cheryl Johnston / at S p.m., ta they'll hove plenty of energy towllh Church will meet tomorrow at school but Donations of Mer
r I Miami, Mill speak tt he veekly life sating course to begin I I Jeanne Bell. Gall Davenport can Saturday, during the car wash at the I p m. at the home of Mr. end chants Green stamps ire also
-... ..-.. I I pm. umlre FiHey it the Monday at T p.m. The course Margaret Ball, Steve Sexton, church from 9 '\.m. till 5 p.m. Both ara members of Mrs W W, Stevenson 1464 being ircepted.
u. s. t Homestead' Jewish Center Pin. II for all mile end female persons ,Dorothy Ponton, Ben Coulter, the Senior Youth Fellowship which in sponsoring' thetwa SW 13rd Ave, Mangowood.
It Caribbean Ilvd.h I fin Aloof III conduct the nervier 18 )ears of age and older Judy Challrndrr, Pat Partney, "'"tl.IStoff( Photo by Dan Phifer) I Country Club
The Gib Kuett Quartet will
The coat of the course li $10, i end Bruce Hoff.
__ .. i The Youth Department o'
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Buys In State I the will palmetto hold e splash Covenant party Church at 7:30: Country Club'i "Night of Fun

r I Purchases of Florida veiled today. p.m. today at the home oPreilley and Frolic" Saturday! from I
Standard the first product p m. till 1 aim.
brings you new by the F. W. Woolworth The figure does not Include Kelly, S260 SW IMth
Co. amounted to mar. than $2:I perishable food and horticultural Drive LibraryThe
million during 19C3, It. regional items purchased on the Perrlne Community Library
antiknock compound since EthylMethyl office for the itate ... local store level. The Home and School AMO'. Board_ will meet it the

library, 540 Perrlne Ave, May
7 at 10 i,m.
I The Perrlne Community Library
Council will meet it the
I library May 14 it I p,m.CeniervaHen .

j I I Club

The Junior Conservation Clubof
the Optimist Club of South
QUALIFIEDNEED Dade collected a total of $M.II
In 1U recent tag drive. Half
the proceed will go to the
atate league for operation ftpensea '
( and the rest will remain
with the local club for
I its conservation projecU.
Nineteen members of the
I club attended i recent cimp-
out it Key Largo Bill McMor
'j.., I rl., caught I four.foot long

..-. I shark Meten School
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J t .' "" 1" I Members of the community
school it R. R. Moton Elementary .
I School spent Saturday
s "' t picnicking at Baker'i Haulover,

i Jf George E, Bowker newly appointed .
: << 6 t .if .. principal it Allapattah
1 ', i I Elementary School li vlilUnj
R. R. Moton Elementary School
'thla week ai part of hit orlentatlnn .

I I j I,0:': : program, for hit new
I position

"'+b7. lygt'M I Sieves On Panel

JUDGE ADAIR Rev. Bonle Gruitlng, pastor
of the
I new Southmlniter Church
which meets at the former Bap
j .list Church of Perrlne was
I ,'. one of the panelists it i recent
w 1F i Parent Teacher Auocla-
tlon meeting at Palm Sprlngi
: Elementary School The topicof
discussion was "Parent Re-
I iponsibillty of their Children
\. L from Birth to School."
I Dr. Gruiiing will preach on
"The Christian Faith and the
'Subconscious. it nil Sunday
service it I:30 i m.

i I Thrift Shop

,Plans SaleThe
f"'T't. 'I"Io.' '
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Parish Thrift Shop In
Homestead announced this
'week a ""
ate for the ant two "'Hklln
ILET'S 'aa effort to dlspoie of goods
-w. I en hind before iti iiimmer

I Clothing and household goods
It's an Important gasoline discovery Methyl- JUSTICE OF THE PEACE will be offered et pricea Itt

itepa up octane performance M effectively! that it stops! power-wastir by the customer acid Herb
: Steinberg, volunteer
: LEVER 45-A
knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads who runs the shop on South
mora evenly throughout all tylinden of your engine, stands up under w 0F Krome Avenue

extreme temperatures. And Ito In Standard faaolinea (Crown and I Several thousand persona
live received low eost
Crown Extra) at no Inc rsu. (In : pd. pol. odv. from the shop in the part ....
price! Another important way that IOn, Steinberg laid. In canes
ice take belter can of your car. STANDARD : ..01 extreme need articlesfrequently
Our rrfinrrv _t 1'0111.] F '
MO ire given ,
COME TO THE Cutler Ridge Shopping Center away
n wproduolnethen.laaJard MMyltradau (S .IIk.II""" otherwise a email cost 1 la
MMkyl l.ti>UiM, ia Am rlc.' OIL' Cammunlf I
net .oct_rtHniry. I [I PIZZA PARTY Room !charged to pay for rent end
lights et the
I Sot., April! 25 11 '.m. J p.m. Steinberg added dial to hla an

.' I ........ t 'nouncement a to all
W. P. Coke Agent Homestead r1 ,I Air Base Homeitead families resident who have and donated

goodi during the
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High's During Day For Politicians And PressMirg

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Steve Owens : P rr #* ",

Shares RecordA t

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new state pole vault record was set
last week by two Dade county prep atari
Palmetto Hlgh'i Steve Owens cleared 14
feet six Inches in the pole vault during the
Coral Gables Invitational track and field meet.
Owen lost out to Edlson'a John Morton,
who made the same vault on fewer tries. 4 # i 11
This was the first time the 14-foot mark .d+ I
has been reached jn state competition, but the
national high school record Is 15 feet, let in
1967 by Jim Brewer of Phoenix Ariz.
Palmetto tied for fourth place in team '
scoring with 25 polnU, trailing winner Edison U ia i7ii
(&8)), Southwest S2)), Coral Gables ((28)) and >
tieln North MiamI.
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South Dade placed in three events and wr1
wound up In tenth place with 12 team points. 43
The Rebels placed In three events
Morton held the old state pole vault record
of 13.10 and Owens had hit 139. Both KING'S BAY Yacht end Country Club's preis end poring In the nlne-hile event were (phota et lift, Head Meyer Richard J. Co"1,,, A seclel hour end
boys had tried for the 14-foot mark In recent polltlcens/ aotf tournament Sunday attracted large left to right) Rep Edward Gene, Steve Morrow, barbecue dinner en the pool pot I. followed. the I
weeks and just missed by' scant margins. numbers of politico/ cendldetes end officeholders, Jude W, R. Culbreoth and Erwin Potts. In the ,heto ,olf/n/ ,. (Stiff photos)
newsmen end club mtmbers. Among thoie ertlci!. ere Tom Green, John Shstnhen end Horn*.

I .Flamingo Park New Speedway

Tennis Team Wins 1 I

To 2The
The visiting Flamingo Park' Ing the Homestead club May | Open May
I'nnilleam debited the Home- at 1 pm
: stead Tennis Club team Sun'
1 day on the local courts by the Then li no admission charge
score of 64 for the matches ind there sn Florida City Speedway for three- spark plugs lad motor oil*.
The vlilton\ No. 1 mm wn plenty of lull for ipeetaton quarter (TQ) midget racing cars will have The races will be sanctioned by the
Jerry MOM, former University Sunday'i scores: ILl formal opening May 2, it 6 p.m. South Florida Racing Auoditlon, which
ol Miami itar. Sinless, Jerry ),Mon flimla A full racing program will be presented will have 3! cart from Key Wilt to Orlando *
Tn* local spectator commended to Park defeated Sydney r every Saturday night year.round under, present for the opening event
Sydney Robinson for Robinson "-3, .oSj; Jay KovlerFT the sponsorship of American Legion Post
Ms game, although hi went ( ) over Chuck Griffin 606il 43 of Homesteii Care from all over the country ere
down la. detest before MOM Stanley Shinbron (FPj) r The niwlybuUt track promises to be expected to corns to the Florida City track
61. 63Mirry Pecan, wh returned over Earl Void 6-0, 62, Barry the tasted tight.mile semi.banked asphalt to try out the nigh speed court*.
Reiou, (Hitd) over Bert Hormm -
t* the teem steer a ,...* .t 61, 6-6, Wally Shanbron track In the United Ststes. In fact driver The local chapter of the racing suocla.
several WMki, wen Mlilngltt (FP) over Thommy Thompson "ho bin already snide teat runs on tie ion has about a doses drivers who hive
witch ever Flimln. 6.1 6 S, and Fred Zliqult (FP) trick expect the aitlonil ipeed records been active In bringing about creation of
.. Bert Herman '.3, ... over Sid Kanter 62, 62 to b* let there. the trick The boyi hive been looking
The next scheduled mitch DtubUtt, Shin The trick will open with selling for forward te the opening of e local track
will see Henderson Park visit- Kovler and S
bron (FF) over Roblnion and approximately 2.WO fins mi tin be u. ind will be present with their cars.
Retou, 61, 6-1, Griffin and panded to seat from 1000 te 10,000 as Handling the public address system will
I Thompson (I raid) over W needed a be Roil Stone, a veteran of racing braid.
Diamonds Watches Sbanbron and 0 Shinbron, 6 vr'i r The spectators will be well protectedIn cuts 11 wen ii s former sports car driver,
4, 5-7, 60, and Vogel and Wa!. the event s car should go out of con Stone his been chief announcer itSebrlng
Chin Silverware ter Hirnlsh (IbId) over lie,- trol In front of the itinds. for the past 11 years and also
I mm. and Zliqult 911, defaulted f A guard rill surrounds the trick, and handles the urn chores at PeniacolasFiitlvat
i behlpd It li s chain link fence, Behind the of Five Fligi
GORDON JEWELERS ) 4r IAr t fence there are three bilf.Inch cables end Rots says be bn called every kind of
LEARN TO FLYIn c Just In front of the stands sn Iron hind rice from bicycles and go-carts to the big
the "Compact of The Air rill his been installed Its virtually impossible .
The New riper Celt THIS for one of the TQi to crash cmThe Homestead Air Force Bin Color
THREE-QUARTER midget owned, Richard Resin Is one of the ears that
through ill of then barriers.Word Guard will officiate it the ceremonies end
SOLO COURSE $110 will be In
appearing competition et the new Florida City Speedwey. This is ana
U. e,1 HOMESTEAD AVIATION of the top midgets In the area end Is valued in the neighborhood of $10,000. of the track development bn already the Legion hopes to hive s band tt pro r
it Cirlbbiin Blvd I Cl' 740)1 Penn li shewn here making adjustment te keep the car at peek perfermenci. spread across the country, and li vide the proper atmosphere for the grand
attracting major manufacturers of tint, opening

to Bring Greater The Perrine Court 1 ," y. i White's Two Hitter Tops Southwest 2-1 I


ELECT) Iy ITIVI McMULLAN High it Harris Field Tuesday' In front 1-0 when he crossed< fired the bill to the second down In order In the nventh Pinch hitting for cenlerfleld
JERRY DEUTSCH Sperti afternoon the plat on a fielder choice: bueman, Armstrong came and the oonteat went Into extra er Bob Saltiman (who left the
CirritpendentA Harris got things off with a by Cross. home Derringer was caught Ina innlngi. game /because of e commitment
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.. two.hit pitching perform. bang for the Rebels when he Southwest tied It up In In run down ending the Inning Southwest wn unable to ii mayor of Cltltinihlp
DISTRICT 4LEVER snce by David White and hits led off In the bottom of the half .f the ..,,"d. 'Ivey with the game tied st one core In its half of the eighth Day), Bill Ballard opened the
by Bobby Harris Erie Vlhles first Inning with a long tripleto Armstrong, whe had both .f apiece ''although two men reached base eighth with s. single For Bal
46A and Jeff Cross were respond center field He scored the Mil !..tea' hltt, epned thli"|i For the next four Inntngi on s walk and an error Iud It was his fifth straight
Pd Pot. Adv, ble for South Dide eighth In. first run ind put Mi club out up with in Infield single dawn Whit held the visitors hitless, Aiiln me Rebels' came f. hit at a substitute.
ring 21 upset of Southwest the third bee tide. White and allowed only two bin run. bit with! a chance t. end the He wn called eat n he
---------- retired the next two men In nen between the second and |im., This time they tokidvintige illd 'Inte letend bet 0" JeeOwlnonei
I Ii" More Winter Fires rder, but he put the pitcher ilxth Innings, .f the opportunity, fielder choice,
Terry Derringer, efl bate with' South Dade got runners In aM Ballard bred Mi arm
I Cold 'weather ilwiyi brings a wilk. the third and fourth innings, Eureka Park 'In the pia,. He ,left the came
with It the threat of more Derringer ittempted to steal but could not get any home, under the care *f Dr, Vlhlen,

fires. If you hive been think. second bin, and when Cross Derringer put--_the.- home nine Wins Field Meet drew With a walk one man and was on,followedby Harris

art I..t MllM. .r4I bee.el' .MIf Ord b1 I..t eeliw. Ing of Increiilng your fire Eureka Park dominated Cutler Eric Vlhlen who singled to
till 1IIS' IIIS insurance protection, now lith Ridge Park In s dual trick load the bnei Cross blarted i
time to do Pipe Velves Fittings' Structure! Steel and field meet last Saturday triple that went to the fence
somethingabout afternoon at Eureka Park tile to win the game 21
It. May we check It Plumbing' Supplies Ing 30 firsts In 81 events South Dade will bave the opportunity
for you? Eureka scored 278 to 00 for to even its record
.. I Cutler RidgeTrophies Thursday afternoon at Harris

,, I'J"'xK K A. & B. PIPE & STEEL CO. cable girl and for boy the athlete moil went viN i Field game, diamond with number'Miami one High, In
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: '. ; b to Debbie Eaitwood, who earned School. The Rebels now stand
Y. ; 20 points for Eureka, ind
500 N.W Sth Street. Cornet 5th Avenue Mike Antosh with 18 points

't. The Important thing about being for Eureka,
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Thursday, April U W4 The NEWS LIADiP. and CUTLER KIPCI.MMINi, POST Pan Nlne M

Lighted Little League Diamond''


To Be Dedicated Friday Evening

...... '-'

Homeiteid'f new, lighted officials of the Utile League prayer Florida and Conley Chevrolet
UIUe League field at the w-it Kill tike part In the ceremony, Immediately following the Utile Leaguers

end of the municipal park Wayne Lawrence, secretary- brief dedication, Cooler will Bleachers were moved to the
playing fields will be dedicated treasurer cf the league will throw out the first bill to be. Dew field this week M .,
at ft Friday serve aa mister of ceremonlci, gin the Little League game rt
p.m. Edward l, Bream will repre between Florida City Becrei- The field was created lut
Mayor Richard Conley will sent the league board of dl- Uon and Warnock Ford teimi. month by action of the city
speak for the city Councilman rectors and team sponsors, and The field will tee action a council to split the former foot.
Fred Rhodes will represent the Rev, Olli Garland, leigue preil- second time Friday U the 7 bill field Into softball and Little
city recreation committee and dent,'will offer the dedicatory pm. game between Bank ot League diamonds

Coral Rangers

Stay UndefeatedIn
r tr
r r

L.L. Play

.t Coral 0 Rangers itlll unde.feited toughest opponents this weekend .
in the Homestead Uttle In times with third-place
League, held firmly to tint Carpenters at 7 p,m. today and
place with a 13 I win over .iecond-plac Phillips e6 at 7 *
Florida City Recreation team p.m. Saturday e.

Saturday night A win by Carpenters will
Aheid all the way, the tie that team' and Phllllpi for
Rangers fin up 13 rum the second place, end Phllllpi
most the team hit scored wir will be vying te defeat the
this season against Rin.tri liturdiy for a first
Florida City' two, one on a place tie
pitied ball and one on a hit.
The put week's Ultle League
!Rll'i Included doubles by .
schedule featured two thrillers
Ricky Bliho end Meek BM)
Carpenters 10 S defeat
I"d. end a triple elf the bit
of Bank of Florida Saturday
.f Ted Giy. Ken Krwppe
and Phillips 68'1 win I
.reve K.hrer pitched three over
a Innings each fer the winner, s fighting Police turn TMes- '
,,1.. diy night.In .
letlne pitcher wn I
the first lame, Bank of ,
defensive lila
Florida was leading S2 until _
for the Rangers came late In
the bottom of the fifth Inning,
the lime when Catcher Gary I't '" I _
I when
Chanley snagged a wild throw score eight Carpenters more runs"Scoop" rillled, to .. ..;\ f 'J pi,.
from right Held and threw to 1 Weeks, pitching for ,' :',,0(' ,fJIt '
JOHN NEWTON of South Dode I li togged out by third' boiemon Terry Irumfleld bird bate to catch a Florida Carpenters, belled four hid. ; ,tf I'r l,
of Southwest ,in Tuesday gems between the two teems which' South Dodo wen, City runner for the third out.I Correa got t.'o bits, and J. : :: .;, ". '
2.1, behind' two-hit pitching of David White. Newton ttrooked for third' when the The two of their HaRiel, C. Weaver and C. ; .

Southwest pitcher dropped the boll, but. quick recovery resulted 'In on easy out Haiiell bid one each, I: '" I ,
BeatsSubstitute In the Tuesday time, Police'' .\ I : .,. ," '.....,., I.'i """' ...'
Mnckcy .
ttt the first run early In the 'I'" ,
Little 'i4t! i55"Wtl' : f
game, Phllllpi forged! ahead
V te a 1.1 lead, end wu ceiiN

rally Inc te In a win the until fifth) a Pellce which THE CLOUD OF DUST rolled by Fronk Campbell of the Perrlne' Klwenls' teens

League brought the score te ..oJ.1ft of the Khoury league cam Just a bit' too 'late for him. Ai the umpireyelled! ,
Jimmy Mickey, Homesteadlightweight the sixth, Police hid the "Outl' the catcher, of Letter and Coloraroph, was set to throw the ball bock
had to fine I iut hues loaded and threatenedto to the infield But despite young Campbell's failure/ to scar her his team went

tUtute fighter selected from ( icore until Pitcher Mike en to a 10.' victory. (Staff photo by Den Phifer).
Results the audience Monday night
Tallmin tightened to strike
when Doug Valllint failed to up '
out the final Police bitter
ihow for the scheduled bout
Little League ItindlngaThreuih up
In the other
game played
it the Pan American
April 21W this cock, Wsrnock Ford won
L urn.Ai. AUdltor'l over Conley Chevrolet 74 to READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
Coral 0 Rangers 5 0 a result of Viillint'a fail clinch fifth place, breaking athree.w.
Phillips M I 1 ure to appear and ensuing ., tie.
Carpenter. 1 charges by Pan Am promoter
r Police > JI Buddy Pick, the Miami Box-
Warnock Ford 2 4 log Commission haa promised 1-
Bank of Fla. 1 4 a crackdown on promoter
Florida City J 4 teallng tighten.
Conley Chev. 1 II
Game Results S Mickey fought Joe Murrhlon three classes
Carpenters 10, Bank of Fla. of Jickionvllle who put up Winning
I a pretty good effort before
Coral G Rangers 13, Florldi Mickey took the split decklon.Mickey .

City Chev' 2Warnock 4Pbilllpa Ford 7, Conley IT[raws.wlni, now 13 losses hn a record and two of in the Mobil Economy Run is easyif

66 5. Police S

Thursday Games, 7 p Scheduled,m., Carpenters Your F"orit.I""d. have transmission.
vs. Coral Rangers you a great
Friday, 5 p,m., Florida City To Satisfy You
vi. Warnock Ford
Friday, I pm. Bank ot Fla. STAR'S COSMETICS

vi.Saturday Conley,Chev.8 PmP*"" v. ond HAIR CENTER

Carpenters ytR GAltO --- M1W PER IALLONMILt1
Coral GRangers
Saturday, 7 pm, MARK FERRAR, South Dodo third bosemon, woili CLASS C* .- CLASS G

Monday. Bank vi.ot, 7 Fla.Phillips pm., Phillips M 68w. solely for the' 'into boll third os Ivey,In Armstrong the gems of between Southwest the trots two I -..."--, Ick Special-6.. ,.,,...,, LASS D* PER lAllO utck U Sabn...............tts

schools Tuesday. But South Dodo won the ,am., 2-1 U.S.I ButckSpadilV-l...,< B.T

Man Wins Three (Story on preceding pogo) at Caribbean llvd. II + CAR L.......................t24/ IB CAR FF.....................17X1

CAR H.......................t321 CAR ....................... CARGO...................M.17J7
For Snook
Awards CAR ....................... CAR S................,...... CM HH.....................,TTJ.
off for J.
Run Perililence Howard of paid York Pa. who CAR 0.......................ttt4 CAR T......................."Is CAR II........................,1
won top honors In the three-I CAR ........,............. CAR U........................iL/1 CARJJ.........w.......... ...
Thousand Wand :
month snook rodeo that ended March CAR KK.....................Ittf

Howard took first place In eseesa 5a II 6jWr gas .........cis DII t tyeaaw Con 'fen its Bgal 6pSIe Cart,.....MIl
the largest snook division, entering .I
.. on,+M y rTY1f1
a 2Opound1Deald. at Homestead's FIRST Hardware Storo ..
March 24. His impound snook --.tlIJ
entry ot two days earlier was
second place In the

same Howard dlvtilon.with 38 snook releases I'' Buick has a great transmission.

the most in.releases one dsy award, alto wont I'I':' r# HARDWARE

To Set Rules :i A: lutooiobilt trinimlttloa, wi grant convene type te blip yoy safely put call tics an. The dbunce mi }4) uflti
lin'I the molt toul-tumnf lubjtct on tad trucks u will u f u MiUoni.Yoy'U shout whet mat famUiet log la towanat.
Florida's hunting and flih., 1 BUILDING SUPPLIES ; Nothing 10 look it titbtr. bats lot bout k la the ant couple months AU duet Bukki used regular(u.lo .
log rules for 1M443 will be: But l/>ou'd lute for four curt new tu la of r act at the annual regulations give you I bone break on peforminct u adopted by mart tad more tu country tour for the Mobil people sad e
meeting of the Game and FreshWater end uolint adage,tontthuig happened" buildtti. few cu buffi. I'i; t rtlublt MM of I cw'l
rub Commission kit mock to be you swig What ibout englati) power tam and wbll k's able e. MUMM
day at 9 ..m. at 1 PAINTS The lei Angela ca New York Mobil Ot court, M efficient tnniaUtloa' |eta out of hi fuel
Senate Room 31 of the FrI'j Economy Run .proved ont thing tot lurt. more tftcitni whta tamed up with I We don't eipcct everybody to null out
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Thursday, April U l *4I
,." Twenty The NIWI UADtK end CUTtl HIW.I.fhRKINI PO.T

Euterpeans Present 'Hansel antil/Gretel' In So. Dade I

First Public Performance '


Scheduled At Palmetto High; 6

I I.r

__ Mrs. Whitney Is The Director
kI1U' +e
; Teat by MARY IIMPIOM man, Sharon Chlldress, Joan H &
All ,h.t.* ly DAN PHIf lit Howell and Marilyn Guleshian are

Caualnjr considerable commentin the witches in the woods who do a I
South Dade these days is the broomstick dance.
musical production of "Mangel and

Gretel" produced by The Euter. The dancing/ angles led by
peans, under the direction of Mrs. and f
Mary Simpson Susan Chlldress, r. i ri
Frances Whitney. who do a ballet number while Han- i

The show, which up to now has eel and Cruel sleep are Kathy
rL been performed several times to Tucker Pamela Handel, Robin 6 ;
closed groups such as school Whitney, Nancy Hilton Joan Him k. f'r 1
groups, parent-teacher associationsand manger, Nancy Ortega, Melody
church groups, will he ita Urner, Melissa Eastman MIchllleKoaU
first public performance June 6 right, Kathy Cohen Diane .r
at 8 p.m. at Palmetto Senior High Strong Cathy Guleshian and two
School. .nubs Pam Handle and Peggy

tI Reeby
This is the second show The
Euterpeans have produced since Gingerbread children who are L. I

they were organized last fall. The put to sleep by the witch, are portrayed __
first was "The Messiahpresent by Pamela, Glenn and Rob.
ed just before Christmas. ert Whitney, Jodie Gentile, and THE DAWN FAIRY, Amy Dey Butler sings a solo while/ "H.nitl," Joel!. Gen
Already the group is working Vera and Betsy Reeby, tile end "Crete!," Daney Ortega rep III the forest

on Its next production, "The Try
r string Tree.: The orchestra one of The But*

At present Hansel and Gretel erpean groups, which I plays
throughout musical production
is being shown on request to non under the direction of RobertA.

profit organizations such as schools Lawrence, is composed of Jim
and churches. Al Paula 4
Tucker Davis, Montgomery -
I Taking part in the show are Irene Hall, Rone SchneeBaly,
Danny Ortega as "Gretel" Joelle Kathy Cross, Alan Most Kay
dry 1 Gentile as "Hansel" Jack Thompson Duman Janet Williamson, Kath
as the father and Jean Stultz erine Turner and Ann Thompson. r
the mother.
BLENDING THEIR VOICES In one of several duets as in the show
The mean old witch Is portrayed Other assistants
In "Hansel and Gretel" ore the main characters, Whitney r
by Betty Soderholm and Amy are Nancy Reeby Robert
"Gretel" end Joelle Gentile
Daney Ortega as os"Hansel" Dey Butler is the "Dawn Fairy" Kay DeGrow and Paula 5 .
above In forest
pictured a seine. \
Carol Martin, Cynthia East Soderholm. ,

Storage. Space Needed r _

St.r.|i ", .e. for preps k.ln| used In. Th. [titon
,..",' production .f Minn I and Gr.t.lla kedly needed
t Right new the (preps, many .f them leaned, are
r evtdeere ... i couple .f trwcki.Francet .
+ 'tr
w Whitney, musical director and ceerdlnaler'
r .f the Eutorteani, uyi i steno ream, ajiraat, ihed
.r eme Bert .f .belter It vitally needed t. prefect the .r .
Ittmi. r
Any ptnen who, has shelter that cm bi made + ,
available en a voluntary bull may call her at CI S*

WITCHES ON THEIR BROOMSTICKS flying, lift to riant, ore Carol Martin,
Cynthia Eastman, Sharon Children, Joan Howell and Marilyn Guleihlan.

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771 '

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"HANSEL" (Joel!!le Gentile) and "Gretel" (Daney Ortega) steep In the forttt I
when they dream of dancing angels portrayd ((1. l. r.) byi Mary Key Simpson,
Kothy Tucker, Pamela Handel, Robin Whitney, Nancy Hilton, Jan Himmtn
gar, Nancy Ortega, Melody Urner, Melissa Eastman, Michill/ Bootwrlght, Rainy SINGING WITH JOY after being reunited ore the father, Jack Thompson
Cohen, Diane Strong, end Susan Children. Not pictured ore Cathy Gulf Hansel, Joelle Gentile; Greta?, Daney Ortga and the mother, Jean Stultz.
shlan end two tubs, Pan Handle and Peggy Reeby. .

1 r,11iLLTHE Williams-

Rhodes WeddingSet

May}\ 29

The marriage of Mill PrliclttalUUmi
MEAN OLD WITCH, Betty Soderholm, tells daughter of Mr. and
"Honsol" (Joel!. Gentile) what she plant to do with Mrs. Lawrence J. William of
her becaute she touched her gingerbread house."Wwdd Immokalee, Fla., and Ernest s
Gene Rhodes, son of )lr. udMrt.
Casey F. Rhodes of Pom t
Lr pano Beach, FU, will take r
r c AeR
place May W at T o'clock laImmokalee Y 3
Methodlit Church.

The brlde-elect It the granddaughter .
: of Mr. and Mri. C.
W. Little of SW Fourth Street, a.St
{ Homestead, and a former resident Ydli1R

Relatives and friends an n-
tended an invitation to lb.weddln ,r
,. ,
Simone SignoretIs

'Blacked Out'

Simone Slenoret's makeup
r Yxy; k In "Zorba the Greek" Is 10
:>a a startling; that producer-director a t*
Michael Cscoyannls has forbidden .
any cloae-up photo- 'wstJ
graphs of her until the releue
of the 20th Century.Fox drama.

i .: yr l '- A .. ," \. .. Photographers visiting the t
let of the location company,
I' 'j now working in Crete may 11t rsvv4t
; f imp the Academy .,
: nine actress only behind veils
.;tI&.1 .. ... n In shadow or from a long dis BEST-KEPT SECRET was let out of the bag when a
TAKING PART 'In the Eurterpean orchestra, which plays for the production, under tance. birth certificate of Marlene Dietrich was dug out
the direction of Robert A. Lawrence, are Jim Tucker, Al Davit, Paula lie Ml i Slpioret plays an aging from battlefield rubble of World War II In East
I Montgomery, Irene Hall, Rone Schntebaly, Kathy Cross, Alan MOII, Kay DuI Ud kiddea yea sway Mid fr UI me teld, .yea d I I ncktu feud tba birthday It aIrtICJT"premt JM French cocotte opposite Anthony Berlin. It revealed the most glamorous grandma to
man, Janet Williamson, Katherine Turner and Ann Thompton. Quinn. be 62 years old.



Thunder, April 2X 144 Th. NIWI LEADER and CUTLER RIDCI-MRRINPOST P... Twenty On

I St. Faith Mission Becomes Parish I Covenant Weigh ChurchTo Plans CHURCHCall

fly SYLVIA BARBER .. .. ii
; j j. 't'
St. Faith's Church of Cutler fI: /' To Erect BuildingThe CI 7-2S21 before Tuesday Noon for

llldge, born nine years ago I! ,, )i. rtlolei to appear in Thursday'i Edition
then a 1IU1 croup of Episcopalians : building committee of
bll.'Ift' Editor VIRGINIA AMINDT
gathered In a carport Palmetto Covenant Church new ,
for aervlcte became a
Evangelical church currently
full-fledg pariah this week. Missionary To -
meeting at Coral Reef Elementary es. ,
Previously a million aupport School, will go over plane '
td by the Episcopal Diocese of for' a church home for the congregation Cuba To Address rest
South Florida, the church attained at a session Monday
parish status by vote with Joseph C. Danlelson of Baptist WomenLucille
of the diocesan convention at Chicago,
Daytona Btach.Kev Ad Kerrigan, missionary
Newton C. Wilbur who Danlelmn Ii executive amary -** to Cub, Will/ speak to Biptlit
tin been vicar since 19S9, bt of home missions of the women from IS churches In
cams pariah rector.Seam I Evangelical Church of America South Dade at 10.SO( : am. Friday
In 'U at rint Baptist Churchof
SL Falth'a held lit first The proMeed| church building rerrlne
service In MaJ. William Hoff. will be constructed at 1(2 SW The occasion will be a die-
mann's carport Jan t, 1951, 103 Court trlct martini of the Women's i' '
In the ollowlnr years the The pastor, Rev,'Albert Beng Missionary Union of the Miami y Ar
congregation met In a building ton, and Mrs. Bengilon will Baptist Auoclttlon.
near the Cutler power plant, attend the annual meeting of Women are to 1 bring a tack '
and later In the communityroom ST. FAITH'S Episcopal Church, Cutler Ridge, become a full-iled parish he eouthtattern conference of lunch. Nursery cart will be
at Cutler llldge Shopping this week by vott of the 42nd annual convention of the Diocese of south Florida Covenant churches In fit. Parrtburg provided for pre-ichool chll
Center. held at Doytono Btech. Rev Newt.. C, Wilbur, format vicar, wet promoted April 29.May t dren. A .
In July, 1981, a modern to parish rector. (Staff Phote.)
church building was completedon
Caribbean Boulevard. The vide bullilngi for worship and Church, and provide total adf- Repreientlng the church at World Missions StressedAt
church now his approximately education, have a minimum of support for III congregationand the companion convention of
400 adult communlcitloni. 21 adult communicant, accede; national obligation the Episcopal Churchwomen UMrs.
To qualify St. As a pariah, Et Faith's delegation William D'Amlco.
aa a pariah, to the doctrine, discipline and
Fallh'i was required to pro- worihlp of the EplacopalFUNERAL to the dlocfian convention With pariah status, SL State Conference
(la increased by two UyvoUa. Fallh'i wm have a greater d.-
It had but one lay voteas gree of government. The

a minion. rector may make declilons regarding I Itev Theodore N Tlemfyer Wednesday noon and will adjourn .' I4ea
At Canvenllan his pariah without con
pastor of Christ Congregation* Friday noon.
Attending the Daytona Beach suiting tha blihopp. Men elected :at Church, Old Cutler area, la
convention are Father Wilbur, at the annual pariah meet. preaching at the Hit annual Speakers 11'11Includ./ R...
Benjamin L. Lathrop, senior Ing automatically become memo meeting of the Florida Conference Willie E. Elliott of the New
I warden, and William B. Town lien of the vestry without special Un lie! Church of Christ,: York division of evangelism, t. .
ahead and Oraoa B. Burdick appointment by the blihop. this week at Sarasota, Board of Homeland Mlnlitrlei, W ; t ;;
t and Rev. Arthur D. Gray of
I Perrine-Peters To Have Revival I Th. Rev, Mr Tlemeyir (Ii Chicago, representing the General .
stale moderator of the conference Synod Executive Council.
Rev Richard Blanchard, dint Church. &u 1 1 s + lt:
I toe of Trinity Methodist Services Sunday will be at Dr Joseph Buiby, Brltlihmyitlo YG a..,. t hL L'
of Miami, will preach at P'.I U aim and 7i30: p.m., and World minions and avirgaIkm and spiritual leader,
!vital ,,"Ie.. "beginning nightly thereafter at 7(30 lI ire bring streiied at this will/ speak at 8 p.m. Monday at '
HOME day at Parrlne-Petara Meth. through May 1. )''ear's etnlon, which opened I Christ Church under auspices of NEW OFFICERS of St. IUt. Guild who will be In.
the religious research clan stalled et e 10:30: e.m. mass Saturday et St. Rite's
Noronja Park Ha la publisher of "The Unl Mission South Miami Heights, include (seated, left
ESTABLISHED ItM Baptist vcraal Voice" magaslna and to right) Mrs. Patrick Murphy, president, end Mrs.
U2t1IW 14Ilh SL holds earned and honorary de- Robert Hundlay, vice president; (stondlng/ ) Mrs.
Rev. James W. Justus, Jr. green from 82 educational' initltutloni Vincent O'Doo, secretory, and Mrs. Benjamin Kevel,
199 NORTH KROMI AVENUE, HOMESTEAD SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a.m. fraternal organization tresurer Not pictured Is Mrs. Michael l Rusie, eorrei-
Morning Wonhlp II aim and honor societies Following pending secretary A dinner et Shot,ord'. Dixie Belle
Circle 7413 4 a Trelnln hit current tour of America he Inn
will/ follow Initelletlon. (Staff Photo)
y Union will visit India to attend the
of the World Fallow'
C 1:00: congress
Serving South Dade and the Florida Keys Ev.nlnl la.hlp put of Religions president, 0'and which board he Church PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL

CHURCH SERVICE 7:00W.dnud.y: member.
24-Hour Oxygen Equipped Ambulance! Service His tople at Christ Church MUTING AT
1(15-9:00 Drive In Theater
Sunday e.m.-Breeiewey will be "Tha Science of Life Directory
I On Kine/i H
:- ;' SW 17th Ave.
I Charles E, Aregood

I I These Religious essages, Contributed t. the Cause ef the Church and ATTEND THECHURCH Phone 231-37tQ
Attend The Church Of Your Choice Cammulllt by the LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES SERVICESSUNDAY
(Coma Worship With U'I)
Sincort Funeral Home Quik Way Markets Tom's Radiators RICHARD ACCURSIO'S OF PALMETTO

IIION.KromeAve.Hemesteed 33 SW 8th Z 1411 N. Krone Are. Owned and Operated by Whltey and Floyd Capri 'Restaurant ... COVENANT
Meat Mkt-Fraih Choice Milt Cut to Order Complete Radiator Service Famous for ITALIAN AMERICAN FOOD CHURCH

Florida Open 4 11 .M. CI7..cUS111' N. ,....r.1 Hwy. Food to Co-CI 7-1542 YOUR CHOICEST. (Evangelical)

U S. 1 end State Rd. 27-FlorWe City Meeting at
ANDREW'S 7151 SW 152 St

!'IIJ EPISCOPAL. CHURCH Bible School 2354459 A.M

Suddath Moving and Morning Wonhlp 11 A AC
Storage Co., I no. Hoppy's Gulf Service CLIMINTARYSCHOOL104016W Albert J. BengUon
137 SW 5th Ave.-CI 7-4526 341 $. Kroma Ava.-CI 7.1931 74th Avenue

Homestead, Florida Hamaiteod, Flerlde Pin.landtPresbyterian
KEY. O. r. HILLER Church
Ktv G tor at Dam re*
Sunday, UO AM,Service! I Believe .. The ReiurrectloA
of the
Sunday School and Nursery Body
Church Services
ISO: 10 .11 '.m.
Richards Implement Co., Inc. City Auto Service Hom.steadCommunity SUNDAY 6CHOOL-949
JAMES DYKES, Owner 2 Blocks Wert of Caribbean
SSO N. Flaler A..., Church Blvd on Bluewatcr Rd.
J1 N.I. 2nd Dr.-CI 7-6177 tit Ave and 4th Street NW Weekly Kindergarten
Homestead-CI 78711Rool Fri'. Community Servlc.7:3O pm 1:10-11130: am.
1 Homestead, Florida 235.1142

Complete Auto e> Truck Repair 1:00 a.m-l:3O: p'm.Special .
First Church of ChriilScientist
programs you I
groups, TV, radio, school upon
1 request tat W SE 4th St, Homestead

Palm Drug Dr. Arnold V. Pent, Box ttll tenon Sermon
HomeittidMlnliterat Probation After Deitti
806 N. Kroma A... Homestead
Homestead Furniture Rev. Paul Pent Sum It a.m"| 8 S. 11,00:
Rev Arnold Pent Jrd Wed. I p.m.
Dixie, Drug Store HEADING ROOM at 33< Wellington .
to 4
Ava. open 11 a m.
Federal Highway, Noronja withGOD 3 ;xxT PRESBYTERIAN p.m. dally except Sat lad Sua.I .

".1 CHURCH lit I United' Church ef Christ
Mil SW 170th St, ,[UINI Merger of Congregations and
::0-: (Former lit Biptlit Church) Evangelical, Reformed Church

: Homestead Spic & Span Laundry 121.2011 MOO SW 153rd Ct Leisure City/
Guy Caskey Rambler 32 NW lit St.-CI 79674Leper's SERVICE V':30 am' 1 1 Block block South West of of Klngmin Avocado Rl Dr.

29645 South Federal Hwy. CHURCH FOR ALL SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:41 am SUNDAY

ALL FOR THE CHURCH r DR. BONTE ORUSSINQ Worship 11 I.m.. S.S.1:45: .m.

The Church is the pMlect Every gardener knows human Ingenuity cannot be tub Pastor Air Conditioned
factor on earth for the build. Ututed for the miracle secret ii God's I T-0831
lag of character and food of growth. God's Gulf Service StationOtis So. Dad. Christian' Phone CI
ciluanihip.1 It It a storehouse But lie knows, too, that wild gro'wth means wilderness. and Miiiionory

of spiritual values, Without neither:: Only cultivation makes a garden C. Loper, Owner Alliance Church ST. FAITH'SEPISCOPAL
dcrr So he work with God. And the result f is beauty fruit.
Nick's Appliances clvlllutloa 1 336 N. Kroma Ave.-CI 7-2115 Avocado t> Klnfmin Rd.
can .1IfY1,.. Then are tout ulnas, abundance.
Hotpoint Appliance*-Salee' & Service parent sound ihould reasons attend why aervicee every What the man with the green thumb practices his HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Pastor, Rev. B, W. Hennlnj CHURCH

17.A North Floglar Ave.-CI 75245Harry's regularly and support the tack yard, the Church inspires across the whole expanse Sunday School 141: i.m" Roy N. C Wilbur, Vicar
church.They are: ((1)) For his of human effort. the cultivation of souls the Morning Wonhlp 10:SO a.m. 10600 Caribbean llvd.
uk .
wee (2)) t A M.F.! '::15 p.m.
drea'a I. (3))FFscoe the sal. realization of our spiritual potentiaL Working with God I I't Evening 7:00 p.m. Cutler Ridge
of hia' community tuition. What do YOU think life, meant to be 1 Glades Prescription ShopE. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. CE 5-8383
((4)) For the sake of church
Itself which needa hit moral Wilderness Or the Garden of God? "I. T1i( Hart .f ......... City SUNDAY SERVICES. .
Wheel Alignment to and to material to 'cls"Iul Pita, loin us at Church next Sunday I C. Jackson ,., Tk. HMrt> Of lu fM li* la.m..JOi.m.School ':30 11 ajn.ans.Sunday

and reid your Bible dall,. C.ptshtlntE.LLeMr.tWasa.viotil.a,9r..wegV.Sunday 252 Washington At176S41HOMIiTlAD
Dynamic Balancing FLORIDA First You ere Invited to attend
Monday Tuesday Wedneaday Thursday Friday Saturday
407 S. Floglar Ava., Homestead Psalm. Matthew Matthew John Epheatana n Corinthians Coloaalaas Christian CHURCH of CHRIST
104:14-24 5:18-20 18:86.43 10:81-19: 4:4-1e: 6:1.11 1:920Breeding's Church Which meets etPerrin

loll N.L Kings Hwy. Community Center
Bennett Texaco ((1 blk.Wait cfDrlva-ln Theater)
Drug Store Pan-American Tire Co. Schedule
Eagle Army-Navy Store (Formerly Tumors Texaco) Bible' School ...........:>> a.m. Bible School... lOrtOejn.Werihlp .
.202 N. Kroma Ave., Homestead 916 N. Federal Hwy.-Homestead Specialists In Automotive Maintenance horning Worship ,. ,.10.39 ajrvTha ... ...., 11100 10m.
407 Pork Place; Homestead Evening Worship 7 .
Public Cordially Invited "
247.5311 852-5987 29601 5. Fad. CI 7-7124
Keys- CI 7.3733 Hwy.-
Tuesday .... 7JO axm.
Rev. Rebf. V. Taylor



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.Fig Tweflty Tw Th NIWI LIADIR end CUTLER RIOOI-PimiNI .POST Thursday, April H, 1t4 -


Base To Have Simulated Nuclear Attack Friday


I' Squadron Praised For Its 'Home' E L'C


Horn I. where you mike it systems, Cot Meson A. Dula, lath Bomb ,I.JO: pm. The drive opened all AMMS, wit selected the 19th''
sad the men of the 19th Trans- McKccn will return from this Wing commander end vie pra. Bomb,11I, airmen of the T
portatlon Squadron bare converted course, remain one day, and com minder respectively, The drive II being conducted I With The month for Msrch
building 657 it Home- depart for Andrew AFB, Md., opened the bate seat belt drive under the sponsorship of the Weed was selected for the
stead Air Fore Bis* Into a to attend the annual symposiumfor Monday, Non Commissioned Officers AIRMENMondays honor bwsus of his job per
home to be proud of. Air Fore clinical surgeons Academy Gnduitel Association L forminc la the CAM squadron.He .
May 4toI. The colonels were the first Inline end the; 19th Airborne Missile Is responsible for checkingthe
Uslnf Initiative and creative toot Bolt tale" In front of the black banger Maintenance Squadron mlssll and all it* openUons. .
nest, room occupant have. Col. Edward D. Edwards and for Kit belt Installation it1 Belt Instillation will con nu.lilfant's through Thursdaysfrom LEVER LEVER
converted their Into ittractive
and comfortable living I to 1:30: p.m. it Ui* black Airman. Weed hills from Mobile I
hanger and it bat headquar All. He attended the University
quarters, with each mane personality from I to of Alabama before entering 22A
reflected ten Saturday am 22A
In the condition Hid
of his "bom." Clothing 4pm. The drive will list until the Air Fore lo. US9
ill request ire filled. I The Airman Is a graduate of I programs have been Drive official report that the gild NCO Preparatory
used to renovate the squadron tome 230 seat belt were told School it McCoy AFB. n*. ,
mall room, orderly room and Money Lottery within the first two diys. While there he achieved the '
televlaion lounge. The day room I Airman .f Month I highest academic record In his'

Is presently undergoing reno- A-1C William D. Weed,. 10thGrand class of 40 students.JAMES .

titlon.luccettful. Money and a lottery book hidden In in Harry C Graham, proprietor of Collins PREPARED FOR
In monthly ir.ricks .. Infant's clothing were seined and the biby's Sundries on SW Fourth Street was picked
.. Inspections, the ,transportation parents arrested by Homestead police it up on the same charge, OpeningOf
won' have legged I the toupl,'. borne on SW Third Avenue
first place 'In two out *f three AU three will appear In municipal court SERVICE
10 Homestead Salurda l morning. PUBLIC
:Inipoctlons' 1H4 end
won Monday, They posted $500 each
tight. *vt of twelve In IM1. Charged with ale and polle.lon of New Auto :
Favorable comment were bollta ticket* are Eddie B. and Miry Perry Sgt Frank Suit end Del B. C. Palter-

paused on to squadron officialsby In a separate arrest Saturday morning son made the arrests,
_.._ _._ _._ Ktn'i, Record of Public Service Includtit
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Mi). Gen Alvin C. Glllem

It,,823d during Air Division his recent command'er Inspection '. I Arthur TracyIs U. S. Adopts Agency Starting law SPECIAL ATTORNEY TO DADE DELEGATIONOF

tour, and Col. Edward D. THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE, 1963
Edwards, 19th Bomb Wing com'
mender, has hilled the condl SuggestionOtFascdl A lhree-day grand opening SESSIONS
don of the transportation living celebration starts today at
qutrtert "the best it Home- Top Speaker i Brunlck Chrysler Plymouth DIRECTOR AND PAST SECRETARY DADE
Head AFB"Th .
Inc., new car agency on US
I I. commanded
Avocado Drive,
Federal Civil Service Commission I[ at
Cipt Richard A. McElirvy. Arthur Tracy of the Blue Tracy has been t member I GUIDANCE CLINICS
who have
The first sergeant I. MSgtHarry Skies Toastmssler Club, state of the Blue Skies Club for employee There will be free orchids
made will make
or lugges-
visitors flashlights
D. Hughes three for women ,
sad ton winner list year years.Youth lions that resulted In livings and refreshment for DIRECTOR, OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE,
In charge of the barracks Is for men,
S,Sgt Joseph Ashey, He Is it- In toastmaster competition, of 5,000 or more per year ,ill. FLORIDA ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL
listed by A.1C Samuel Jones started up the ladder gain Hurt for the federal government.
will I Is James Brunlck, HEALTH
soon begin receiving Proprietor
James Jones, Willie Prultt and Saturday by copping the
presidential certificates.The former general manager of the I
Robert M of ell
prize for the best speech !nFlorida's
southern division In CollisionA presentation of the Wettover Pontlaa agency MEMBER, CITY OF MIAMI
"Greet Iflirt""An certificates will be the resultof
Is capable of contest Originally from Penneylvans PENSION BOARDKENNETH
enemy perpetrating sugimtloni made I to the
Brunlck managed a
scooter collision NE
car on
in attack upon the lie won the trophy at the White House by Rep Dante appliance stores there ..nd1,1.r C
U. S, through the use of nu Eighth Street near the Homestead Fiscell.Fiscell.
Club In Miami, com itore In
Playboy appliance f
clear, conventional, chemicaland ran an I
etlng igalntt toastmistcrs post office early Monday first suggrited In Ferrite Shopping Center, I M. MYERS
biological warfare, Air from 38 clubs In the division, afternoon sent John E. Moore, 1902: that a presidential N ,.
Fore officials admit hits topic was The Unknown 17, of NW 10th Street, Home- award or citation be presented He lives on HE 10th St, r e
II They *lm gay that "Rreitent I Soldiers," In which he spoke dad to James Archer Smith to each CSC employe Homestead, with his wife.
Ion of life and destruction of of three such soldiers from Hospital for treatment of minor whoso suggestion saved the Sales manager for new cars STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 5
property would result from the World War I and II and the injuries government $10,000 or more li Bob Lumbattls, who previously I
use of nuclear weapons ." Korean War, per year, held the lama position COUNTY-WIDE VOTE MAY 5THw.u.a
An exerclt' known it I Moor vie driving the scooter He mad.' the suggestion at Pick Conley Chevrolet MUNICK I
Next for will be and Donna II. 30, Opens Agency
"Croit If fort" will simulate step Tracy Wolfert gain, to President Johnson, Used car manager la Earl
a nuclear attack upon Home- the state contest In OrlandoIn of NE Eighth Street, the cir, list month. Weber, former manager of
dad AFB tomorrow, Meat May, police said, and the collision. A letter from the CSC to City of Cars, which was In the
military xortanntl will| | '" A year ego he won the i occurred is the scooter turned Fucell this week Informed tarn location is the new Bru-
off Washington onto Eighth
sumo their mergeney *t*. him that his suggestion was nick ,
state contest and the ton : and to enter her igency.Ralph
tlons, performing' jobs' and competition In Atlanta, attempted the 10p.s. being accepted In substance, Melby, who hit work II
as was trying
profoitlonsl sklllt is If It where his opponent were to Moor,'. right but that the figure used wouldbe ed on Chrysler products for CLASSIFIED IS FOR
wore the real thing from four slates. He met detest 5,000 Instead of 10000. 22: years, Is service manager I
"Great Effort" will run i In the regional' in The youth was liken to the By next year It was ettl- Greater Homestead has been
minimum of II and not more eight-state area-by the man hospital by ambulance and mated that approximately without\ a Chrysler.Plymouth
thin 24 hours The exercise will\ who went on to become International given emergency teitment 1,600 federal employee will agency sine 1961. The new
not Interfere with the icUvltlet winner at St. Police ticketed Moore for be qualified for the certificate Brunlck agency will sell Val I Tf11dN
of the school children/ but moat Louis/ careleti driving. I t. last, too. 'Wrlk
base services will be cloned
Participation In the exercise In. ,
eludes: dependants In Cipcbart :

housing In Conditions the exercise casualties to ire be widespread anticipated I ISlmul.ld SAVINGS SUPPLY STOKES MIL: i ?5.e r t rr

r from collapsed re.ullln'I' .wrl Un Cr ,
debris, fires and radioactive
fallout win occur pe1I wre ill l.v

Volleyball Champs I i HOME MIS I .v eSr

After dropping two straight
games In the second match the 'I'
19th OMS bounced back to cap
turf the base volleyball championship. I

OMS -climaxed tourney play i :
In the ninth match with 1113 ,, surr .,. C
and 155 victories over 10th ,,
CES 'a I1i1'I1JfltTh1iiJUE1I!] :

After 132 and 15-0 setbacks
In the NOW teas MAY a./ t j, t
second mitch' it the r
hinds of the 319th FIS. OMS GR iss

annexed the fourth, fifth, per GRASS SNIP SHEARS
cnth eighth ind ninth mitebe ;S UPPLY
lo earn the crown LIMITED 1 ir7 rI
Vaulting the, team to th.m.1 I al.. ,
plon iln laurels were Bob y.N I RENTED IT
JCemn, Bob Doucctte Gnyson I I
Buckner, Jim Franklin, George 24" :
Horswood. Tony Hogan, Harvey STRUCTO THROUGH THE WANT
Lincoln Marshall Jackson, Dan I NEWT. FOLDING GRILL
Robinson Chuck Somers and I 88
Warren Johnson i U.121 Vi" WANT Y ADS
Airman of OusrtorA2C
Timmolhy Beckhim, i ,eu eeatut NEWTRUETEMPER
Mo611 \ PULL!
native of Miami
was selected Meets semi ""' 1
19th AMMS airman of the quay s".
ter January to March.Beckbim. 'CIA" GOLF TALL
entered the Air opuses I SPRINKLERSwwitlanol
Force In December 1961. Prior I er ..i .10' now Moa asgenib>
to his mllltiry service he wit I, toting' Ins iwlrli,
i teller with the Dade Federal I up rolnlair to 40 ft o diamcttr pro motion,
Savings and Loan Co. WEAR EVER
The airman recently troll '
trained Into the idminUtritive TEFLON

career field and received an I FRY PAN CORNING,;:WARE1 2
outstanding grade on his skill ,
level test I DcukU mt.4 wild DiiFcnTtfUn. SPECIALqt. plu d.qe, ,hdu,, WANT
RiMesh E I
Gal .eels HIRED
toy .. dell. N. tat, /V lMeecee: tWit Iraq, GM .wtal g IT
T* Take Course .. grosser .. ....*.... r
Lt Col. Charles L. McKeen, saucepan with tie. ADS a
823d Medical Group commander KEG' 6'9 REG. 9.95SPECIAL
detachable handle THROUGH THE
will attend the Medical At-
pest of Advanced Warfare t SPECIAL
court at Guenther AFB, Colo,
next week. I I .g kt ens a7A WANT ADS,
The course Is designed to t 369 7" THRIFTY ROLLER AND
familiarize key medical service o ? TRAY COMBINATION POWER!
career officers with the general
characteristics of and problems 8" reg. 5.95 spec. 4.99

associated with air warfare lOVV'rcj. 695. ,saps RAY-0-VAC FLASHLIGHT

I ""' r'' '' rIt. et.
Ttth! ran Women 12" reg. 8.95 spec. 6.95 spsflens Nneahsas .'11. 4,60

pipet In St. I i iarr. New 'Orlddl r --, r SPECIAL
.. Marcel Non, li l In St Rea,
'Petersburg this week M a dele j
ft from St. Andrew's Luther I
en Church Women, Homestead I HARDWARE NEWS LEADER
to the state conference of Lutheran ::1 's1' 9707 E. Hibiscus, Pcrrino CE 8.0433 POST

Church Women .
O '
This I ii the first state L.C.W.I y

convention four Lutheran since bodies the merger In January oIl. SUI MITCHELL Princeton HARDWARE CI7-4626. 5 CI 7-2321 CE 8.3393

19113.I ,
.I While In St. Petersburg. Mri. 131 N. Krom., Homstad CI 7-7233
Nony will also visit friends. I I .




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L:;: 12 fema'e! Help Wanted I IS Wo.kW.nted-Femal. 31 luilneM PrepertyDONT

Hook Line i:4 _____ COLORED-Need lobs Maids,, PHONE YOURCLASSIFIED
live-In, day ,,work, tie. Com IAIYSITTINO la my horn mill till buy S4xC
: read, to work, Pcrrlne tnv Call CI 8-0244. I IH B3 building on IS 1, bank AD!
I : !iti and flninclng $13,000, balance
ployment 482 Perrine Ave, LDf"rt, JI\1"'ho'mt fenced
: -82341.. I coat price! $30,000. Partners HOMESTEAD Cl 7.2321
yard, experienced CE ft-010.
DENTAL I I dliaolvlnf. must leu. Boi 831,
Sinker Tij local aMliUnt area., Perrine Mperlenced. CHILDCARI my borne, Leisure Gould Ci 72951.APARTMENT PERKINICIStm2linai

I r City, reaionable. 2
days $1,10
482 Penin -
house ala' units
4rr : J Ave, CE ebuiiMALlllnder CI 3323. furnlined 3 lines'- 1.30
EV PILL IARNII V ) f fT I completely good days -
'5. muit have IRONiNG In my home Call a I returna, I 73-foot lota aoned 4 Iirtes2doys.$1,60One
That high wind that Jus: Good tarpon flaUng: can be experience In bookkeeping I 74348, CB (8002.IRONINO. builneii. plenty of room lorI Day-$1.00 Minimum

won't by to give anglers I found around the mouth of handling money, typing anti I more IIn ta. Only $28,000( with CASH
1-diy service Will RATES APPLY
break hn kept many fishermen Little Shark River Shark Rive making telephone contacts. li good terms Call Warfareanklln. DUIUNO
pickup deliver CE 1-489 ,
CE: I-
oft the water UUlr. Thou and In Ponce De Leon Ba)'. Apply In own bandwriUnigiving f 0630. Velraa I PERIOD
who hiv brived rough ui East and Middle Cape Canals quillflcitloni and re! : WILL care for child 9 to e'un Gray, Realtor. Cards of Thanks and

or tIthed the protected also support good nnmberi of erencei It Brooker Lumber ) old, $10 "Hit. CB 02068. Memory vine 410010 Llnei
"glide*" country and creeki the ".Uvr kings" Company, 229 SW Sod Ave.. 39 Farms & Lend Fer Sele I lOt ...It ...1'.... 8..

found food port TIle angle Upper Homeitead, Fla. YOUNO lady wants position 1a c.... ,... ....aie .,"$ 50 II..
who will tike a rod In hind Kiyai Bridge fishing JOHNSON girls, counter din. Perrin C or llomeiteid ares. IV OWNER hoar-re grov
can find fish almost anywhere along the overseas highway baa Ing room poiltloni, morning Experienced in Doctor of- S2230 sore CI 7- Z7.. Adrorj5i... .e a ",.11... .kkh. ..,t
been excellent the put two or shifts, Apply in flee payroll accounta, recclveabl a. ,riMi" ......a ........ .W. _
this time of year. rovnln.o, a.n. ISo rlikt <. 4M" .I..H,. In.
,11I. Tarpon end nook art Johnion'i, 4 payable and IBM. .40 .... rMtrlel Plamlnfoi Don Sulllvia ot obliging under Channel I sad 10201 8. Dixie H7H Kendall Oil CB a.oops after II p.m. Homes For SeleHemeiteed 'r.1 ..* Of all ...."i.i.M f . lIons Bill li Tackle worked Indlai Key Channel brldgDennla Area ..' * LADY for light housework 2- IB Initrucllon' Offered po"w.
thi Shirk River area Jut Frl LaPradd aaye some school aged children W)" ,

day Saturday end Sunday good catches of snapper aver- week. El) C54M.IRIONNIL FLUTE. Clarinet, leaaou. CEe.oeai. ALL NEW and modern, b.11 ..sOS 1.. ..... k.._ro .sii.. 5w.s.
bringing In approximately 100 aging 2tt to I pounds have Boott your Jr. lUg home buy In Homeitei e laI. .
pounds of flih per trip. The been brought In to Don'e Bait I Counselor trainee Bandamaol liria three bedroom, two DEADLINE!
catches consisted of small li Tackle this week from the lair for public contact Per bath on W-acr, $2100> down, ..<., MHIit ?. ?wo..
rlnt Employment.I 482 Per PIANO lessons, beginners, MrJinkowikl S122 per month, No cloning TSari., Mliln-u a... .....
Jewflib ringing from J to Mpoundi Indlin Key bridge rUne Ace, CE 82341.WHITI CE '- e'mt 27400()( SW 1881)1 Ave. '

snapper aheepaheadinook (Mekidyhiattos'). Alien Realty
and I few lectured Ben Morris says there are maid Monday thru PRIVATE I piano leuom, your -CI ,
"red I" and trout. large numben of bonefish In I Frldiy. CI 74887, a 7-8541. home or mine i B. M. U. eMliml. 40 Homei For Sola
the Manatee Creek area 8rel'd.In Renonibl CB B. ATTRACTIVIII bedroom Hemeiteed
Sportsman will\ find a number WAITREStll. Apply 8789. 8440 SW Hilt St. home, buUt-ln Hove, $sso Area
II' Drug Store, 202 N down, balince lea
of sheltered fists in till eectlon. will than rent.
Krom Ave.WAITRESS SWIMMINO Initructlon VInci Chllla, ('1 NICE '3-bedroom .
77221. The I.bam." no.
LefeBI ; over 21. Voile com to your home to teach Reyes Co., 220 N. Krom WO down, take over milt
advanced wale
Butch Davis fishing with Restaurant, CI 7-4302. t Itnerl. Print or Ave., Realtora. Homiitud. l balance 8(4. and piymtati. d 7.

Mn dilpley boated a U pound guari ATTENTION .

I ounce grouper In Steamboat WAITRESSII' service I good experiencedarm feed remilta. TE 8.6582: We JofWtal'1.r.non.lIel. I good aele ON W-ACItI. 3.bedroirni;

Creek lut weekend. They also after try moneyguinnteed. out don of homes in ill prlrangia bilh 01 flftt, painted, $18 .
bid a good catch of trout take kF Dirby'a, 29920 S. Federiliwy. 19 Muilc-Danclnfl-Dr at little n $100 down. 000 with torraiT Call a f.
p'' In the Card Sound vicinity Th Some for Immedlite occupincy. eoai, ask for sir* Ber.r,
e grouper was weighed In .t I GUITAR PIANO lemons, .d. We ire located Abe Rosin Alwtl fe.. Re.I.
Beds Bait and Tackle WAITRESS and cook, good pay, vanced A beglnnin. All just outside the hospital tor, 633 N. Krcme.
LINDA JHOBJUSli good houn. Apply Gllbtrt'i types of plinoi I avallabllielger I gate to lIArS Stop in sad
Tymnro nrc of Mrt. Charles Stradella fishIng Fishing Camp, Jewflsh Piano Service 34 ?JY fet ua help solve your hom POOL md patio beautifuisbedroom -
m.o. J
U the musical wu with Creek< Capt Don Bowers out
I Estate Broker and attack bar In
5787. 8JJ-2B12, CI
XJathgwslUisggime.FamsdAusia << of the Key Largo Anglen Club ", PIANO, ORGAN, Guitar leaoni. .4001. CE ',1444.I acreened Ditlo. Laval
pIanist Artur Schnibelwaa had a full day Monday aa she WHITI mild Apply Jolrin Mo. lloui of Melody, Dadeland hardwood no n. Very-large
slowly rcMrdlng his way landed 11 bonatlsb Th .A.i Id, 30E01 8. Vfrirril Hwy Shopping Center Miami I RAND new home I.blldroom. family room. Fully: equipped

throagh the Beethorea aonatajSchaabd 'bonea ran from 7 to in - -. MO 7-fl4if. Ibath, all for $l2.890lo all etectrlo kitchen/ Central
wonli no more hurry B : 13 Ml Help W.ntdCARRIIR own payment Call 6l ; lir-eondltlonlng
pound. Bonefish often call I I oveniied 2>
21 Service,
recording...than be would BBeeUwrea .. j Spcclel 6081 ask for Mn Barge, ear .
the "phantom of the ". ,
flaU .
tempo-lad each new Boy. Immediate Abe Roiln AMOdatei, 1\1.1. Call tfeM'lro&a CI
disk vat aavemt., ne whole are elualve and spooky (am : ..e.,* 4;;(' &'41 II openings lor cirrler boys In ANYTHING steam cleinei tor. 639 N. home JrJMJ I'hn r 6 p.m a 1.
flih which may strIp 200()( yard I ill Circulation .
\ft. Kern Co 220
amiss naked u a muterplece C wheels. tllgred and balanced IY N.
I : OWN lit. 10-room hou .
Schnibel died la 1951 and his of line from a reel In aecondi. 0 DfpU CI 72321.INTERVIEW Blvd Cities Service, 777 plus and utility ICrome Ave, Realtor, Horn
carport room.
Did T$ records soon became Thirteen In one day II an extremely :; Homestead Blvd. CI 7-433 stead
rpm for subsidized Reiionible down payment,.
.ebeolet in the LP age.* The good" didnt boneflahlng tire hire.Strad.Uo trip."bon" :1v! ,,' ..II .J sales poiltlon Prefer college, ADDINO MACHINESTypewrltera. 18,800.. CI 7-0270. IMALL bedim. CBS an
f. commented Time Vaginaei
religious mar. fenced
new used re 8/4-icri l lot a 7-8278.
CBS bedroom
who landed 68 2M-bith, 1%
Incomparable: recording* B : rled, over S3 mutt be built. Bought, Old'nt -
Miss. between W33 sad 1M7 d life pound tarpon that night with permanent resident presently Authorized Remington Sale "I I2J.500. Or with 1- lOMIONI has built your 8-
acre lf,500. 80718 SW 182nd
lag which Schaibel recorded the Capt Bowers t. hiv cir airvice tuppllei. 8. Did Of. bedroom 8-bith house for
r.lo hll8u'tto Ave. (Farmlife) a 74471.
$3 Beathom plane eonatai. I Mra. Joyce Andr.... boated appointment (Ice Machines 1224 NKrome you. On au-ecrei with fruit
Schaabal'i performuoef were .,.. a 12 pound 2 ounce bonefish EASY DOES IT, toyi Railway Expraii Agent Carl' to take our aptitud: eximlnatlno. Ave. Ct l 76422. hI.pair .: CHARMING new I- trees., fireplace, porch, Apups.
Kribed la th article ufeonethlnf lv Jim Ask for Mr. Sidney all makei.COMPLETE bath home rcrl Call Echo Realty, Cl
earn last Sunday with Capt Bowen "y, right, ai ha helps driver Breniley move the 8548..
eo comptUlfiK\ that This le a citation aIred flab In flnr package Into MA'i new building' ar 102 SW L iL. .n wanted to train .alterations talloIng borhood only $500 down

Mere perfection would ..... pal. the Net tournament :Sixth Ave Convenience Incorporated In the throe. for lulitint manager of re- Exper.. reaionible. Clt SW Open 311th Sunday fit, to W.0.Camp 18910 SWIMMINO POOL S4edrm,
.Tat An gel 2-bith
Why the-CrtatReeonUflgaoftbeCen.: Don aaya than ire still good times-larger new building' 'Into which' tha agency tall ator National conoern 84288. bell Dr. or call Abe Rosin A* Sill or trade sore. One *mill auirter.from
number of permit being .!lhted moved Monday 'Include In business over 110 yetri eoclitei. Realtor, CI '081.
tury"technicians hare reaaatered 0 loading platform, begs Apply for Interview at the EDGING $i flrit time, Soc Redlindi Elementary on
lad technically Improved the orlg Offshore on the local end data.Reef Water paved parking area, burglar-proof CBS contraction' Singer Company. 232 With thereafter. Also lawn tervlcreaionible. 639 N. Krom Ave. Newton Rd. Owner CI 74822

lul TTi to a IWlsk eat that in- tough aeai have limited threportf and ttorago and receiving' facilities/ far enough aboveground Ington Ave. or CI 7-7329. Call CB S-1B49. DUPLEX $1"' 0. Corner lot or FR 1-8304.

eludes B booklet containing the level to eliminate' throat 2-bedroom, X.bith, FlorIda IIDROOM
but anglers ran expect af 'water damage MANAClE trainee tutlonil LAWN to now after school A Ibitb, tirport.

original Cramopbone by Erie Zlon.Ike Society. \ aDIIOtatfaU excellent bottom fishing fonanoer. during heevy rains or hurricane (Still photo by firm, aggressive eelesmlnndedperson I weekend. CI 72820 after 3. room value, city each ternu.aide. DrUke Tirrlf! pitlo. Dr.Price Uliurt 17500.1S473 Hir.rlion .
City a 7*
great Anial album feato .' mint vellowtall and< Din Phlfer) Perrlno Employment, LAWN service 12-yew exper Broker, CB 0-8921. 6338.
this ;Waikend.Olit -- 482 Perrln Ave., CB 2J41.. ,
bg the\ fcslmlUbl\ Astir Schiukella grouper ence dependable reliablereiponiable. ,
in the "blue wiler' CB 8bOOS.P4IIDAMAID7 PO lIt.SAL by owner, Urge 2. 2 $IOROOM homo Lelwr\
eftUUed Bethoveu the Com. MASTER Birber wanted COS ._ .
ther.'. sailfish In good rum Crash Victim Notice bedrm. home, hardwood City, l-mil from bu, next
plt Sonata tan Plaao" and It U Legal N. Krom Ave. Cleaning IronIng loon PHA commltmen to Kbool. PMX kitchen

without I doubt sue of the flnart ben and the dolphin are Increasing MAN to work on poultry farm. babysitting, full time, 14,300. 601 NR!: 14th St equIpped. 11810 FiLlmore La.
pieces of musket art erer performed in quantity but wll Apply In Hirt'i Poul- part time, live.In, live-out Cl 7.)1185.UIDaOOM) .
LOTUS of the be In mother pernon HOMESTEAD Largi vnfurnlihid >
ea wu 1 more numerous TentativelyIdeittified try farm, SW 248th fit. CI No fees tt you. Careful
daisies win Had many aa hour of couple of weeki. trcAt Morten 7-7429. screened with referenceaperrina CBS duplex, I-bld. Florida room,
enjoyable solitude lit this aklllful Fishing with Greg Smith off NOTICI NAM UNDFB: LAW riCIITIOUl Employment, 48PenIn room, tile bath front and bath CBS. Fruit tree. 16790

and expert laterpntatloi of the Pacific Light hit Saturday we H.IlM h II.! .. ...a oh. OUTSIDE adjuiter experience Ave. CE 82341. hardwood rear porches' utility room __8W boMb St. CI 74084.MEDROOM .

Eat composer It cornea inI railed two "Mil" In Its noun.. h.I.,.'.r.I...!.........<.>..Irin.!..!. (l.lltl,. ..?.,.?....,I.. must helpful hiv but not required Tim I Ftnince OLD fashioned icrlpt penmanihlp. dow... For floori.detail Only call CB$100: 6(. bath, ecreened

I ealy not iteree, but II B latt.Ug I was smiled upon again by ,f..'.rII MM.I .. io. | .r.-. Service car Apply 834 Dlplnrnn, chatters, Bt: 7092. patio It pool, corner lot,
.. WashIng'ton
tapmtlon of the world'iSreateit Lady Luck and landed a 46 The Dade County Medical *....ri.... hotM till. .., DU... .Coixr, Ave.PAlNTtRuperienced. blea. etc. 271-0284.) built-In oven range, gar
mnale that should Sod s pound aplndlebeak whIch I Examlner'i office baa tentatively ".... cub ". Mid! HOMES, huts, hoveli de. bags disposal central beat,
welcome place ra the ihelf of Jlk tl.rk ( til. Clrult Inside QUICK Wuh Laundromat ecribe ti your desires today Cathedral ceilings ..
matched last weeks 'suliflab"also identified the victim of Coach nf n.4. Coinlf, riorlda.' L ,m.
orery aolewrifmlllkllLLbrU7, weighing exactly 41, a car train crash on Krome JRAKCII C FLYNN I 4 out .(eedy work. CI 7-3M3 open dally I from 7 a m. til 1pro. h'honeCl7-318orCi. 74432, County lance only 81500
ANN rtYNN 0...." Fully aupervlied, eon eat for May Rena Rodin, Aaaoclite down CI 7-2oot.
pound. Both flab were caugbjn Avenue last Sunday night ai Cab. Apr. I, I*, If. |i, n,| I ROUTE men South Dads dltljned air, drop off aervlce Bill ItcHy Realtor. .
RestaurantGets spIn gear and 20 pound teat Ambrosia Fuentea, approximate Borden'i Dairy has opening colored TV chlldren'l corn:r '..IIDItOOl.b.lII" horn, 2-
Area line. !/ 40 year of age for home delivery routetrainees 4 snack bar. 93 SW 8th St.. HOUSE/Palm on 2H acrei off Coconut cir girag Good Urmi,
Dr. CI 7-3647.
Freihwateri Ralph Bevli of I Announcement in South Did arei, Homestead. priced to tell. Cell a 7061
New NameGeorge Bevis Bait ind Tickle recommends Positive Identification la 8-liy work week. Calary HOUSE, 604 NW 10th St 3- lU for Mri. Btrger, Abe
the canals off U. & 27 awaiting the arrival of Information while training, insurance EWINC MACHINE repalra bedroom bith. CI 74647.EISURI Rosin Ajioctitei, Realtor 63}
Backer who recently Lawrence from Waihlnjrton, ANNOUNCING the arrlvil of retirement, lick I leave and Fro checkups or all makes. N. Krom,
bought the BIg Porterhouaerestaurant for bream Ralph, D. C, baaed oa fingerprint the famous Xerox 014 of. paid vacation. Cain bond re.qulnd 33-yri, ..eox'elfnp.fl.r'c: ; CITY, new tectlon 2-
baa taken poiieaalon Campbell Eugene Siundera taken from the dead man by flee copier. Xerox copies my- Apply In person at aervlce bedroom, carport, awning.air t-BCDROOM borne large corner
cloned It for Interior and Boo Hall caught 231 bream thing the eye cm ice. Per 13101 SW 248lh St. Dllller CI 7-1629. conditioner, acrsened lot, rice. Owner trin
from this part of the ",Iadea" count inveatigatori. I feet porch. $730 down no qualify f.rrln,. ISBO NE 1J St. Q 7-
work, and will reopen April permanent copies I on EWINO Service, hems, plain 029.
30. The name baa been changedto on Sund.,. The man waa killed outrightand bond paper In less than one S ERVICEMAN with good opportun.I aewlng' '. I Ing.. Howard Perkins, Eta! -
ity leading
Ban In the Florida minute Lltho-Craft Printers organlu- 1Infr'ttrDje Estate, CI 71343. IDROOM .
fishing ,
The Red Lion. a companion in bit cir was lion, previous rout experience Call CB p.m. air conditioned
Backer well knows In the City Canal ta. been very good critically Injured when the car 78 NW: la( St., Homeitead., helpful, applicant!I with COKING for a dry and r.oku'O furfllibed. 12000 down CI t
South Florida restaurant field according to Harry of Town truck a Seaboard Alrllnei neat appearance, Initiativeand TYPING ivy home or your heilthy tram home itrock a FILA mortgage,
la former owned of the Pub Tackle. Local rock plU are also' freight triln la It crossed IP THE LAST four numben of wlllingneia to work can office. CI 7.2829 after 3. bottom price Then look e-0874, LeIsure City.

Miami, end the Round Table In good beta for the Largemouthhla Kroma Avenue just north of your lime telephone it one of number ia the advance within our orginliitlon. -TRACTOR mowing; Sickle bar at 686 SW Fifth St. Florid IOROOM, 2bith F.H.A.

Ft Lauderdal '-time.of year. Silver Palm Drive.. number rail 'CI our 72321 lucky for Good, broad Incentive program pay arrangement of or whirlwind. CI 7- 80a. City.bedroom Newly and I renovated bath ,large one 019 NW 12th st.IIIDItM. .

Accident inveatigitor alt. your free movie ticket to employee benefits, over 21 REES trimmed topped remove 79x190 foot corner In excel. ., 2bith, VA lilt,.
Harry Meyeriohn said the car the Palm Theatre or Breezeway yean of age Only appllcinta Seas reliable, eiperDynamiting. lent reildentlal location 1700 NW 10th. fit. CI 7-8899.
was obviously traveling at a Drive-la Theatre who can withstand. thorough CI T-4028. Priced at $7600 for qulcaale.
high rate of ap ed. I Investigation need apply. Tiber, Realtor, 000 142$ SW Ullth AVI., Colored

Guadeloupe Morilee, 22, wu 1-A Personals Orkin Exterminating Co., 80( TXv REPAIRS at your home. Palm Dr. _ bedroom, I.bath. dining
taken to South Miami Hospital NW ilL St., llomeitead.TOCKMAN Hale CE 9-1367. C"A.GI-bedro: pool horn. room Florid. room, fir*.
he la etlll in critical -- szeood place itov refrIgerator,
F ELDERLY widower wishes to $ with paper; work WI DRILL holei. Post Tree B-ccrei. mortgage. lot 78xl78U imoll down
condition with multiple skull shire fall home with middle experience, Benefits: Iniur -Shrubbery. Ph. CI T7784, wJi accept trade for f 10.000. payment witfu easy termi.
and body fracturei. aged' couple or elderly couple, equity. 26900 SW 187tb Avid
ance pension plan, p.ld'I' Frank Irvine. Shown by appointment only
One witness who had already Leisure City CI S-0247. cation, ds holldiyi. Apply 8-0453. Key Realty, 881- 311.
Hopped tie car at the Army-Nivy 407 PirkPlace LlISUItl CITY $7300. ball\
cruising laid the driver of the 4 Coin Collector I No phone cilia pie lie, :22 'InsuranceHOSNTALIZATION cub, bedroom tolid concrete 0-A Homes For SetsP.rrinsm'CatIr.SMIl

car should have seen the oncoming termite hurricane .
train without dlf- A COMPLETE service YOUNG man to train for lawn vicint Decorated .
any for coin I Insurance proof. .Icr' ,
cult*. collector towitment loll Line ipray CE work.80404.10488 SW lee for all agei. Guaranteed R1ncwable a 73001. 428 NW A liD new Hit of resale homes

The engineer of the train. *single., rolls, proof sets, gold,.. brute. C! 4999.,, 7th St, htoniestasd.NIAR just received. Only $100

T. D. Shaw, said the car appeared Exchange supplies 1338 Homestead N. Coin I.14 Molt & Female" AIRIASI-New 4 bed. down and no closing' coiti.
to be traveLing round Krome Wanted, 2S Home Builders lot ,. Monthly payments start it
Ttl. 248-0612. Or en 10 to Help room 2 bath corner SIS900
80 to S3 mIles per hour. Sunday I. RepairmenAAA with $300 DeCarlo $74 per month. Hurry asthese
There have been several accident except BUS driver fidayi week male Enterprises, g-v'1e: S will go flit Call I South
at this crossing but 7 Lost I Found III or female, muit have chiuf-, CONllRUCTlOII. or ad. Federal Highway, Naranja CI Dixie Realty, CE "111111.AT .
fen license tl 7-0993. after dltloni c.1W.lly
raffle records Indicate there 78808ADDITIONS. 3428. 121,000 thli custom built 4-

: tad been no previous fatalltlei. POUND, kitten gray t black _-430.-: _- _-. BAR NARANJA New 3 bed. bdrm., S-bith horn la a glv
j, The Metro Board of Commissinners stripe white pawi Cl 7-B232. I IMMEDIATE opening, courier sad Remodeling. room. I bath with enclosed away. loam living rm. w/ml
of work full part time for Reliable reaionable. Free e nnnlic fc p-Celfd wails,'
U studying ways FOUNDw ; '; or In ,
watch tlmatea. CE 37981.MO HUll garage, move today eCI 13x28 Fla li ,
railroad eroislnga later male or female Excellent room pool patio
making downtown with down,
Homestead. CI 7.' boo $300
alrcond. .
ft heat, foyer cntr.It
la Dade County, 2978 and Identify. opportunity for promotion & -ADDITIONS, remodeling and EnterprIses Inc. 26831 S walnut '
pay raliei, many company- construction of all types Federal lUgbway NarnajaCI fully lIte 't.
benefit ,, new w/breakiiit Cor, >
FOUND Recording AC amp ; hospitalizatIon life by licensed and (Insured COD 73421
Spring Turkey meter. CI 84932. insurance, paid vacation trictor. CB 8-8885. acre on. a quite wooded St
nicole It ihire In th* earn. I NO DOWN payment bedroom In Whispering/ Pines Low Season Success LOST, Parakeet, bright blue, logs of the company. Apply FRANK beta Fainting licensed home in Leisure City, Immediate pmt. Call owner CC! 80487 orCE
li yellow 1\crest on head, In person neareit Royal and iniured. Workmanihlp occupancy Urge Mia._. .
rewird Cattle Store 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. guaranteed. CI 72237. nicely landscaped lot completely
Florida turkey hunters have living ever
marked up a aucceiaful spring 12 Femole Help' Wanted WANTED I-or part time McMICHAEL 4 ION painting area fenced.deluxe carpeted electric pool hosts comer lot.

i gobbler hunting aeaaoa, with AtYSITTER two little one., cl-culiilf commliilon i paid iildmin for new, good aubicrlpt'oni. Work guaranteed licenaed range, $7400( total price Car- lrice.I 2.b.lII.$30,000 half WhliperIng acre.

a estimated harvest of baween 010 to |.30, .6 diy ICE 8. Call for I Interview I and insured CI 71M4. nine Real Relate Broker CB .., Fines area, Priced reduced
532812 CE 0-4001,
THE TINY TIP of Aerojet-Generel't' Micrewelder .six t'nd eight hundredturkeys. ,168S.BARMAID.. appoint. CI 7-2321, CE J8331. PAINTING and paperhanglng 3444.0 nance. Cliff to Mil Mendleioo now., will, Rea3.tot' II-.

I. ) Mark II, en advanced 'Instrument for welding' microelectronic Florlda'a spring gobbler Driftwood Bar fcKeitaurant. C. kmith. CE 8-3542. CE M241.IVIRYONI.. :

V, circuit, mutes the lost of four welds on hunting ifison opened March S53 N. Flagler WHITE, Night work In donut PAINTING. Licensed\ iniuredNoit !
.0003 .001 'inchei ,in diameter.TS Ave. Apply In person Between ihop. Apply afternoons between PHONI Circle M321
wirei from to
ranging 28 and closed April 12 in 22untlfi. 11 e m. & I pm, no 241 Dixl Cream and clean work. Buford READS
dime givei you on idea of the lixe. phone calls. I Donut Shop, g. Krom*. Adams, CI T39M a .THEY BRINff RESULTS CLAISIPIID PAOISIt



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Homes For Sole 40-A Homes for SaltferrlnaCuHerS.M.H. 47 Apartments RenHomestead I 47.1 Apt Fer Rent ....A Homes Far Rant S3 Wanted T* Rent 41 ArtIcles' Fer Salt 61 Articles For Sel.!

&trlll.-Cutl.r.S.M. Area Se. Miami Are Parrlr.aCutlarS.M.H.UNFURNISHED .

FURNISHED 1 and 2bedroc RESPONSIBLI family wants t 0 01 VACUUM chaser, $10: FARTS for all electrle shaven.

IT. OWNER, CBS 2-bedrflom: 1. $4f5 DOW'N, practically new l- FURNISHED I-bedroom apart. apartments Alto large aI -: .bedroom.. 1. leaaa 33 pool home In pN apartment sine dinette $i5' Ferguson Jewelers, 828
bath fruit trees 10300 6829 I bedroom built-in kitchen, meat $65; efficiency I $49. Ca I bedroom, bath boma $liS,. bath carport a. Miami I rlne or Whispering! Pine minis bedroom act $40., C Washington Ave., Home
SW 186th TIT patio anti carport No quailing before 0 a m, or after 0 p.m. $75. $129. Near Dadelan Heights area, $t) per month. area CIt: 8-R98P. stead

FENCED yard, oveCranie: A I total. and Kay only Lowy$71, Inc.per month CE 8 CI 7J836. ,jefferaon'a B 11M3.I It the BypaasCB : Calf Dada Puke Realty 1'o1l'elL Inc 1 784 Soul 8: 14 lua''",.. Opportunities HOUSEHOLD furnishings- r PIANO: practice upright;
; i i -i.bPdl'C'lOm : _
refrigerator, also bedrooms,, 11803. open every day, mU Dixie H1I'1. CB: -3131. ,om home complete RenUl piano for social func-
carport screened porch, aim able May 1. 849JNW lat Av, with appliances, CI 7-8683. lions Helger'a" Piano Store,
DOWN: 4bodroom.TEihorn *i 47.C Trailer Homes BEAUTY Salon Perrlne areaCallCE80272 .
conditioner 112,000 t400; S100 WITH oPtion:Screened pool,J I -. -. 14 NW ht 5t. C1 7.JU2.
down, S7I per month total with enclosed: garag, FURNISHED 2-bedroom dupl .! For Rent patio, 3-bedroom, 2.bath unfurnished CE fl-1908. Huii la.Ald batteries: _
$73 If la service, Kay Lowy; 2-lirga bedrooma with bath apartment See at 950: liE $185 month. CE i COLORED Drive.In ReitauranTbuilneis FIscher & Huns, 141 Nt PIANO, mahogany; Spinet" full
Inc. CE '- 803, Ire on second floor Attrae- 8lh Ave, C1 7-7135. 84641.3IEDROOM. Krome Ave, llomeileid.' keyboard, small down payment >
open every LOVELY mobile home, TV, al, fixtures plus Intentory. reduced
the built In kitchen $11? -- price. Boyar
day. ,- monthly payments &rnlna I FURNISHED bedroom large. toad Adults only, no pita house-on facr Q 7-8127 after 4 pm; HOUSEHOLD furnishings! Reclining Mualc Home. 19 NW 8th St.

FLORIDA room, 2 bedroom Broker 338 281, apartment, $100; unfurhihe! $100 mo. CI 7-13M. land, furnished or unfurnlihed. DEALER \II'Inl.for. American chair, secretary, I -

carport buill.hi CE kitchen (''r\ 83444 2-bcdroom, $89',I'; .{ trhdf; < TRAILERS:-adults only. Home. 20701 SW 127th Ava oil Service Station CI 7. living room chairs, dining STORE( fixtures for tale, avery.
end refrigerator, no qualifyIng Vlnce ', ( stead Trailer Park, 31 SE Bind (Bur. Rd> S blocks 8. of 3918, table, alt chairs, bookcase, thing must go. 322 Washington
only $395 down lad $82 40.D Florid Keys Properties' Kejea Co, 220 N KromA Rd Tall C 74021.. Quail Rood Reasonable -- rug, door mirror, CI 8683. Ave.. !Homestead
month Kay 1 Lowy, Inc., ,.., Realtors, Homeatead.FURNISHED" NEWSTAND and"Pool Room aewlng'mV
CE! 8J803 every day. "i. 47.D Trailer Space-Loti MDROOM.. 2bathriTo: pT Owner said to sell, for In UFFY electrle power SINGER portable
TRADE, approximately 5-acrea i 2bedroo ;liNE china, excellent condition,
-- month 3-bedroom, 1-bath formation call DeCarlo EntrPris.s special buy $40,
'IMMEDIATE' occupancy onorecloiure bay to ocean Elliot Key Including apartments. No pets, adults For Rent $105 month, Kay tony: 78426. 15th St 125. CI 7-4499.
( bargain Mo fractional submerge* only See them any errpt Ell _-
Inc., : 88803, open i1w i Gii'zlllw i'
wdfh every
$10,500. $59 month pays all. land bay aide, for unlaolateproperty Sunday. 211 ; St. HIGH, quiet on the Gulf, dork day Sharpening Shop anc i LUCKY Number 2802. cab.
Dilly 1 property. 73 SW 2nd St. -- --- bet makes dealgna and but.
Two new bedroom homes or'lrn"nJl'ba1th or Phone CI 7-7144, George W' age. weekly, monthly .
on oversized loll In Avocado ocean I. Smith. or $229 L $250 yearly Also 3-BEDROOM, bath: unfurnlih II DRINKING A problem with tonholea without altachmenti.
trove, rport tile bath will Malecumbe, Clear title, Box _ r.ntala Gulfatream Trallll'Court ed Miami I Heights, $85, 61 Articles' For Sole you? 400,000 happy ex-problem Sold 1250 new, take over ,-
to wall carpeting. 2-blocks! 847. Coral C.ble. FURNISHED 1 It 2bedroomapartments (80 37th St., Mara Call,:nbio 10 or after 4, CI drinkers (many of them pmta. of 111.19. Will take aid
school It Lucky' 1-block from thon. 1-2038. IR-conclitlonrr, reverie cycle, business and professional machine Jn trade, Call 685-
shopping. T
CE 3144. KEY LARGO <5x80 ft tralle Food Falr-bui station, adults $65; waiblng machine $49CMM64. men and women) have found 1584.miVItToN.
you loll boat ramp, fishing pier, 143 N. Flsgler Aye 47-E Farmland, For Rent 17DROO) 2baUii Cutler 89 NW 14th ,.. aoberlely In Alcoholics Anonymous -
LARGE patio It pool with I stain- swimming area Only I $150, __ Ridge, $119. ; They understand end & coffee
less steel Newton BarJi-Q no down payment, $23.38 mo HOTEL LEI 'Nicely furnlt iLADELAND, $10 per acre; 3-BEDROOM, bath WhliperIng -,ALL DAY sale on Fuller Brush and can help you No fees tables blonde finish; 2,
built In red brick S-bedroom J. B. Kennnton Properties. ed spsrtments efficiencies A rockland. $35 per acre Vine Pines $135. Product, Wed, Apr. 3rdAve. 29Women's or due. Phone Homeatead couches; upholstered chairs
2.bath, dish waiAer garage, P. O. Box 151. Key Larg rooms 110 week, $30 month Chill, r> : The Keye BEDROOM, 2 bath furnIshed, 708243.Club 1027 NE CI 7.2887, Miami FR 4-8139. mIscellaneous' lamps, 185 all.
intercom Must see to appreciate 832 5783, CE 8.7092 It up. 17 N. Krcme Ate CI Co., 220 N. Krome Are.: Cutler' Ridge, $143. CI Private. home CE 8-6848 be.
$18,400 FIR mortgage 7.6528. Realtors, Homestead 4-BEDROOM, 2'bith: NE Per. 5i 10 luscious i itrivberrlei"pick ENMoTl 'electrle atone' 80- t"e..n 5:SOli 7.

11815 SW B8th PI, ID-WIDE trailer rentala ancff KEYSWAV Motel. Florida City; i O.ACREJ high 1'nd for beans rise, $150.3BEDROOM. your 01l'n iSo quart we furnlth ., Inch, like new CI 7-5109. TWIN' box springs It mattress,
Whispering rinet. CE 81186. spts. dockage, on the Apartment, efflclenclirooma I 2-bith, Palmetto contilners. Shields Berry M V NCa'outo( mui
Gulf Vee'kend; with ua. Gulf Plenty wells, water. Phone Farm 300-ysrds W. of US 1 town, $20; Danish modern sofa
LARGI family 4.bedrooms. stream Trailer Court, 880 ; moderate rates ",eelt. CE 51744.700ACRES Country Club, $155. on Coconut Palm at Prince cell\ 8 rooms of furniture MO lounge S25. CE 1I- 053.
Mendleion Realtor CE
I ly. Call CI 7-4595. 68209. 3606 SW 60th Ct
S't.baths, .il': corner down lot, STlli St, Marathon of gladeland aul 8-9241. _ton.. CI 7-8800. ZENITH TV (No pic), $10. Crib
$000 ,
2200$120 square month BU% VA. Per,41 Lots For Salt LARGE 2bedroom furnished able for squash, pole beam, -BEDROOM, bith furnlihed AROAIN BARN new It u $90 month for bush beans, Jeanne $85 Wei ton
apartment $15 acre. furniture It .. Quail earring case ;
fine._CE 82191. Owner. Sell $17.500 rent $135 2.WAY CB radios brand new
long term. Merritt 304NW Neeley, Realtor. Call Bob ; light meter $15; Davidson ,
EIGHT 25 foot residential loIn Rooit U. S. 1. CE B1663.
'fr month, 0540 Bihitra Dr, CE $SO. CI 7-5320.
LOW DOWN 3bedroomn2. Florida City Manor Total 12th St. CI -, see Bourn, CI 7 3400, evenings CJ Star D aluminum tripod telescope .
bit, garage, firepiacefenced price moo wlht $230; dow agent In Apartment 1. ':-21121, 87120.4.BEDROOM. BRADLEY Refrigeration It Air legs $9; mattressdouble
yard. CE 8-0829.) Will 1-block from Conditioning. 9852 SW 175th alia $3; eel of encyclo.pedio Clotiifed!
and $20 monthly, or will split\ MODERN 1 and bedrm.., turn.spts : Display *
St Sales A Service. R.'Built $S. CE 8-1801.
rent 48 Hornet For shopping center Rentoptionto
down and Rent
In laU with $125 ,, weekly or monthlj guaranteed refrigerators,
NICE bedroom, bath home $10 monthly. Taber, Realtor, rates available l Call CI 7. Homestead Area buy. CE 8-2258. freezers, washers alr-condl"NEVER used anything like It,"
with hardwood floors In bed BOO Palm Dr. 2232 for appoint tlonera, $29! up. Can! finance ear users of Blue Lustre for About 27 acres on Moody

room wing, sliding ',1... NICE bedroom I UTC! 1-bedroora furnished 8-C Offices For Rent Llcenied It Insured CE 87213. cleaning carpet. Rent electric Dr. nr, U. 8. 1. Perfect for

doors open to roofed) screened 44 Euhange-Reol Ettota apartment one $70 Includfi furnished utlitiei. $79, also\ 1-bedroom furnished Paint ahampooer Store$1. Mary Carter Trailer Par, $5009 per A.

porch, large built In GE Wells Home Rental apartment, $65. CI 7. B3CUTI OFFICE with desk $50
electric kitchen, utility room WOULD like to exchange our mo. CONCRETE mixer with motor. Sea Mr Blackatona at
flnlahed arid large enough for equity In bedroom, 2-bat CI 80255.! or CI 7-6050. Howard Perkins, Real Estate I Sofa bed CJ Hm.rrnu .

extra bedroom. quirk occupanry. home, pool, patio, near 11AFB NOW LEASING new 2 bedroom ; : hldeway modern guest ,. CI 7-1343. I ; l, 13-cublc: feet Classified Display ABE ROSIN ASSOC.
for equity In bedroom
$94 makes complete cottage, well furnished
with stove and unt
duplex 27225 SW 165th REALTORS
after email home trailer. CE: 81713. led In shrubs 49 Sleeping RoomiHomestead Hotpolnt.
monthly payment refrigerator $90 per month pines It '
CI 72255..ECTRIC
down pavement Canine Rent TEN ACRES high near Air Bate, tx-Cirlo: Enterprliee .' on 2'i-A. Redland I Estate Cl f Area I ALL EXCLUSIVES 8)5 N. Krom CI 740(1

Estate, Broker, 338-2812 CE Kroroe nn.J:: Inc. 26851 & Federal 78959. 1 stove, door oeedi, Moulds, colored 7 duplexes, Miami 2154104REDUCED
B-4001, CE 88444. Rock Pit Sell or trade for 2 Highway Naranja, CI 7. CLEAN It quiet room in priMt repairing but burners cook 14 units., 1 bedroom, 1 bath
3428, FURNIHEDqulet country cottace home, private bath A 982 NE 4th Ave
good. Cheap.
3-bedroom 2-bath horn each. Rented for $55
or per
NO qualifying, amall payments .: l-bedroom. Couple only, entrance 170 NW lOUt St
bedroom, 2-bith, fenced< In homestead $20000, low UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, MO. CI 7-0771. LECTROLUX sales and serv month per unit. Cross income .. $1000

yard. 11935 SW 288th st. downpaynnenYtt() 11833.. stove, refrigerator/ newly re UEST houne, prlvllebath.faU ice Used cleaners F. E. over $9000,will sell all 8 bedroom, 2 bath, carport,
NO QUALIFYING, 3 bedroom 46 For Sole or Rent painted CI.. 80502.WE ,--- Adults 1005 house NW rei.aonable 8th. after 8 CI 7-4922. Shaw, 813 NW 9th Ct., Home or part )patio, lot 75x133, city water

:3 bath, Florida room, cloned HAVE apartments aval St. CJ 7-3247 ROOM In private home clone stead. Call CI 7-8972. bat no city Uxea. Price only

ta garage CE 81420. ATTRACTIVE 2-bedroom Lei, able furnished It unfurnithed. to downtown liomeitead. CI LUCKY Number 8029.! Half acre homealtea beau. 412,900. Haa ".300 first

aura City. Call CI 7.1833. .I Call CI 7-6061.' ask for FURNISHED bedroom, 2-bath .. 77553. _ _ I Uful pine trffl'on Farmllfe mortgage payable |85 month,
NO qualifying\ I Immediate' oc I Aosin home. Bedrooms ilrcondl.tloned. FILTER It vacuum for back Rd. rear'South Dade High
Mrs. Berger, Abe As SLEEPING bath
room, private ,
OO down 3-bei 2bedroom 2bath Phone
u ,
CI 7-2339.
room, lbllb, no cotta. South home, $200 down or wU satiates, Realtor, 635 N.Krom. private entrance $12 weekly. CE yard 5.5156.GRANDPA'S pool,. used one month School. Excellent Terms.lei FOR RENTS
Dixie Realty, CE 8-1619. rent CE 83888. .. NICE clean l- cottage; 1103 NE 6th Ave., Homestead bedroom 2 bath house
close.In. Call CI 7- D'13. call CI 77259! to see Trading! I'Oet& us on your Real Eatate'roblema.

OUTSTANDINO, Ife-batt value, ,100x100 3.bedroom LARGE bath unfurnished clean 4-bedroom 9341 SW 2. BEDROOM merit, free furnished automatic apart PARTLY furnished bedroom; SLEEPING room, private entrance Pawn Shop. 26750 S. Federal I' Competent, quail- A. F.Gaibraith
Narania. We ,
lot, tropical landscaping, IdTili Ter. For sale $300! Cl Ing 73661.AND machine, 460 NW wllh.l. close-in. Call CI 71848.MALL and bath CI 7-4383. buy Ilwy, ,aril or trade. Cash pawn for, led Personnel .

fruit treea, screened Fla take over VA. For lease $140 : old gold It silver Guaranteed -
6-room boone In Florida SLEEPING room, private en.
room, outdoor patio, near month. CE 5-7354. I bedroom 4:1..rtmentll City, 878 Palm Dr CI 7- trance It bath, use of phone I expert watch It jewelry VELMA S. GRAY

schools & shopping center 3-BEDROOM, bath, fenced back furnished. CI : 2632, CI H174.UNFURNISH.D ('I 742B4 repalra. Fine hand engraving REALTOR Ra. Real Estate Broker

ing Low, easy down Flit payment termi, no, 11823 clot )aiiume'ard. Payments GI $85 month, .BEDROOM furnlihed apartment : 2bedroom cottage 49-A Sleeping RoomsPerrlneCutlerS.M.H. ri 7472J 237 N. Krcme Aye 317 N. Krome AYI
for '
SW 183th St., open $400. Rent $100 mortgage mouth, CE 409 NW 2nd Ave. : on 2' ..crfl. Clean It I* Classified Display j CI 7-08(7) Miami CE 8-0850 7.2621

PRICE r.duct'dlovl'l, 3 bedroom 83484 after 5 pm. BEDROOM house, good clean $80 cute.month Years lit learn and last required month conditioned .

:3 bath, central air con furniture, large grounds! eli' In advance Couple only kitchen prlvllegea aemlprivatebath If de.1 THE KEY LARGO RESTAURANT -
dltlon and heat, fire place, 47 Aportments For Rent like new. Call CI 7-3143, Kathleen Newton, Realtor, CI aired. Evenings, Saturday, for sale Great PREVIEWOPENING

,t wall immediate to vail occupancy carpet, drapes, sia ., Homestead Art after 7 p.m. CI 77695. 7.3966. Sunday CE 8-4118. I opportunity In thIs fabulous J( THE OLD \\ I

turn ext lUna mortgage, deluxe .BEDROOM nicely furnished DEDROOM cottage furnished ASTER bedroom, new borne, fait growing area, I
family room 18730 AAA describes'! the quality, a sno month Adults only 28710 CI; 711661.I.IIDROOM. bath entry .. heM, V ARMY GAME! /
M St. Call owner:CE r.TILL Homestesd's newest It finest: SW 144 Ave, ', 4442362.BEDROOM carport private, walk-In, closet quiet, I Want a home that has na FIRST TIME OFFERED

address Visit our furnlihec bath furnishedutilities apartment $59; $: $20. 17740 SW 113 Ave, equal A MasterpIece Inmarble $20,000
US your Real Eitile mold apartment open dally bedroom duplex $79 8-bed. Hills. and tile, lifetime Never have we awn a more
Included. Green
problems I'll bet we can and note the decorator in $80 month.8- room house $100. DickinoonRealty conatructlon too many f..- Luxury homti for less than flagrant example ef the Old
26900 SW 187th Ave CI
solve It. We sell, trade, rent, tenon, the glaaa shower enclosures 0433.A 51 NW 14th St. CI ?. TWO sleeping rooms, Inquire lures to list, call or coma In. $13.500 Army Game of "Paaalng the
manage, Cliff MendleaonRealtor and all electric 8334. evenings 9790 SW 181st Buck" than right bare l.
CE 11.9241.VAiiiiL' kitchens, not to mention CI 7-7211
our I S BDRM. spta. turn It ua- IVrrire.I PEGGY CARNEY Dada After
"' BEDROOM unfurnished house County. many,
sparkling pool and airconditloned
$100 down need comfort The rent- turn DeCarlo Enterprise, Inc In good location, CI 7-0591. 51 I Corteges! & Cabins' POINT many months, and umpteen
not be Veteran 3-bedroom, Scarcely more than an average 26851 So. Fed. Hwy., NaranjaCI $ For Rent THE KEYES CO. hearings on tile Readme
,I 2 bath, Florida room, carport apartment In much older 7-6293 or CI 7-342. BEDROOM completely fura 220 N Kroma Rltr's, Hated complex, our weak-kneed

t, Quick occupancy Kay Lowy buildings, also special summer lined with nice furniture, C ABIN in the country. Call County CommIssIoners paia-
Inc., CE 85803, open BEDROOM efficiency, prl. everything mo.'ern, private
every ratea. colonial CI 7 2543.
Apart- Echoe Realty -
day. menta, 110 NE 10th st.. man vate, 169 NW lat St ti 7- home. CI 7.7OlaO.2BEDROOM YOUR ROYALETHE ed the buck to the II Board
In Tallahaaaee There after
3722. ,
3 .. BEDROOM, bath aIT ager Apartment 108. phone newly furnished
Classified Display REALTOR IN THEREDLANDS nine months of dilatory tae-
CI 7-7214. *
down payment and monthly 4EDROOM furnished apartment horns close to base CI 7-5964. HAND NEW COMMUN.irr lira the aplneleaa II Board
payments much less thin roomy Hot Hater, electricity or ruesrice Honea ,
AIR Conditioned apartment 1- furnished. 2, 3, AND bedroom homes DEVELOPED ar ran BUILDEM. tossed the ball rich back to
rent service
Completely renovated
Inside ; bedroom, automatic washer, garbage facilities for rent Frank A. Velliati MOVE IN TODAY Richard Rd. at Kings Hwy LOCATED MINUTES the County Commlaalonera.
and out Ilk, new, Wishing
new stove, treat free MOM HOMEITEAD. NOW IS
.In kitchen refrlg- Realtor CI 7-6625. I 1100 down, completely redecorated A mOlt remarkable exhibition .
Built and screenS erotor. Summer rates Apply available $99! month. Red 7-3966 7-3967 YOU OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE
ed porch. Carnine Real 173 NW 18 5t. l land,. CI 75593. IOOM cottage 778" W. Palm I homes. Monthly payments ADVANTAGE OP THIS SENSATIONAL of "Paaiing the Buckl"
Estate, Broker, 336-2812, CE' Dr. Fla. City Evenlnga. I as low aa $61 including ONCE: IN A LIFETIME
8-4001w CE 83444. ALL air-conditioned pooli ROOM aemi-efflclency. private buyers 20 acres high glade land OFPEM. MAGNIFICENT
bath entrance 128 NE, everything. Qualified HOMES WITH APPRAISAL All of which I. keeping
3-BEDROOM, bath, Florida bedroom apartmenta.. Also 9th St.. Homeatead..A 48.A Homes For R.ntr.rr'n.Cutl.r.S.M.H can enjoy Homestead exemp south of Florida City. lisanot VALUE OF OVER 110.000. droves of people out of South
apartments Beautl. been planted for 2 MJUHED DURING THIS IN.TMODUCTOnr
: .:_ I yiara.
by and pick our
room fireplace, fenced yard fully furnished. Homeitead'a lIon Stop up OFFERING TO Dada through their Inabilityto
sprinkler : BEDROOM upstairs apartment date Hat of available $550 per acre.Jnve.lment ,
I tyatem, air-con. flnett new apartment house up to LESS THAN find employment, baa
I tltionera, excellent condition. 251 furnished $75. 15701 ROM May lit to Novembei r bomea of all alzea. Absolutely
IS'E 10th St. CI 7-4781. forced stores to close
I many
CI 7-3004. .
CE 82803.4BEDROOM iW 232nd Aye lit, bedroom home tom $15,500
second mortgages with
j. _
: no property and I. causing a drastic cut
AIR-COND., heated pletely furnished, 1'i baths
2-bath, central I 'and 1bedrm. Ill i unfurnished I rooms with refrigerator : REILLY Realtor lOOted on US 1. Owner Fan mrvM ')>. Hihl U olll In real eitata prlcea. For ..-
furn. by day raced yard $105 month CE BILL
heat, stove, oven, refrigerator week r'n CI 75964. or & range ooll1. 87217. open to offers, ,4r*. lkl >ll.r .( .., 11'_. ample the owners of 15
cation. NW 6 St Rd.
awning i It 805 29345 Klngman
I BEDROOM BEDROOM acres plneland In Florida
extras No 'n.eWB3 APARTMENTS and house 3031 days, CI 7-06U evenings. :1 I LeIsure CitySPECIALS a BATH City have ordered ua to rat
SW 172nd St. C& 82704.6BEDROOM Veils Home Rentals EVERYONE READS 138 feet on North Kroma FAMILY ROOMGARAGES
69 NW
235 SW 8th Ave., FIn City 3- the price from $4,000( down
CLASSIFIED PA6ESI Motel $9500 29*
8th St. CI 8-0255) Broker. furnished apartment.CI : Ave, area, ,
immediate room to only $2,800 an acre; terma
oc. down, Terms to suit buyer.
eupancy, lowdown payment, BRAND new 2.bedroomnun- 72252.! Classified VA-$29 DOWN Included. And remember .
Just mortgage Excellent location furniFhed apartments with Display 'I Total Cash It.qulredFHALOWEST this la Iniida the Florida
bedroom duplexes
schools, shopping CE aires A refrigerator, air- Apts, For RentPcrrlneCutlerS.M.H. New 2 5 duplex lots, A-l location,
t 8-2238. conditioned. Corner NW 4th $13,995,00 Call us for Infor- $15,000, 29% down terms. DOWN

$" makes complete monthlypayments St. &I 4th Ave. CI 7.1919. /H? TABER mation. wIth 1._, MBtkir. peca..5.COveVveTOonsAl. llmitalMBER

bedroom, !',.. NOW LEASING, Cabana Club and .
Central air-conditioning
LEAN furnished house,
quiet 3-larga rooms brand Professional Real 1 2 Bedroom WITH TERMS TO SUIT YOU
home with carport and Nice Garden Apartments I wall to wall carpeting
refrigerator stove good -lI Fenced heat
Estate BrokerLotaHomesAcreage with enclosed garage,
and 2 bedrm. furn and .
screened small down 1
porch, bed new DRIVE US I NORTH TO B W.
yard 2-adulta. In- yard No Qualifying Small throughout 8 bedrm, 2 bath, .
payment, nice corner lot 66 NE 12th unfurn. Each apartment TTH ST. AT POINT ROT.
completely don over Inside apartment St. Only 1 cludea a membership In the $00 Palm Drive-Florida City I monthly payment lot completely ftncad 75x ALE ENTRANCE.
and out. Caroline Real Estate, South Miami Hts. Cabana 110 beautiful shrubbery, saa-eosi
Broker, 338-2812, CE 0-4001, LEAN, furnished bedroom Club. Occupancy In April. I I 8 bedroom 2 bath home with sprinkler ayitem with own
CE 83444. apartment, large, convenient See salesman at South Miami 2 Fla. rooms, large lot $800. pump. City aewers, and waUr.
I location, 170 NW 18th St Ills model homes office MOVE RIGHT IN I' down payment. No qualify $16,300. I II -
$7* completely monthly payment across from Cabana Club, CE .
I almost new 2-bedroom CYPRESS Motel efficiencies 80881. Modern 3 bedroom CBS with In, VA WORD TO THE WIVESA
home with central aircondiUonlng rooms, Reasonable rates by I for lots and
spacIous screened Florida Call us acreage KATHLEEN
for cooling & heating day, week
or month CI 7-
attractive vanity bath tOUT, Classified Display if room. Near Jr. High & Elementary rentals, we have them. mother's dreamhouae, central air-conditioning and beating
and modernistic CE built-In 1 1 Schools Price $11,. a kltcheri done in French Provincial overlooking fit
kitchen Florida room, carport COMPLETELY furnished mod- ANNIE B. SMITH NEWTONRealtor tered pool in the screened patio, 3 bedrooms, I batha, double
It awnings. $12,300 total era apartments, low weekly RESIDENTIAL DUPLEX 000. FHA terma. $350 down, Realtor carport $54,000 .and aa low as I3SOO down

price Carnine Real Estate, rates, Utilities included Trop LOTS MUD per month plus taxes CI 7-6M5 or CE 8-2324

Broker CE83444., 336-2812, CE S.4001, ical Fla. Inn CIty, 60S CI 73401.W, Palm Dr., CLOSE-IN and Iniurance. 211 South Krome Acm ELI Box, 3 bedroom, 1H bath frame home on nice corner .lot, outside

workshop, $10,000,13300 cub

$97 PER month pays all, 3'bedroom DUPLEX, bedroom furnished TEDDIE SCHERER Dickinson Realty
2-bath, hurricane I awn- $89.! Adult 900 NE 15th REALTOR II 4H, 2 bedroom CBS home on east 4th Avenue, $i5tio. 1675 down
and Leisure City. %
tinge, rood location, BRA St., Homestead.ft. CI 74121 CC S-3923 Realtor 2 bedrooms, carport, stove refrlg. near Including coits to qualified buyer. $61 month pays everything.
terms No closing cost, Iwo 51 NW 14th St. CI T-5531 I mortgage may be assumed 11,500. down, $51 mo, $6,950.

down payment Cliff Mendle- APT.. no children, no I I IIteg. I bedroom, S bath home on 1",/ .pln. atudded acre lite. Pll.
sonRealtoaCR 88241. pets. CI 73525. I Spacloua 3 bedroom home near HAFB In good neighborhood tered iwlmmlng pool wood burning fireplace, built-in range

1 MamieP.Smith on extra large lot. 112x105. Well landscaped circular drive, and oven, Just redecorated, 124,900. $2,000 to $5000 down
Ctossifled Display Classified Display if:J CALL carport, awnings, Florida Porch, built-in range, refrigerator,

Real Estate Broker pump and well, $400 down, only $85 per mo. include taxes and Attractive 1 bedroom CBS, plenty of closets, 'oak floors, .
Insurance on FHA terms, No closing coats, move right la. painted Inalda and out, roof 1 year old. close to achooL
"Doll] Houae" .11. a i i $13,200, $9150. H3M per month after reasonable down payment
A MOVING STORY? 2 Bedroom Home 1300.00
Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath borne complete with .
wood bur.
58.00 per moo. Immediate FUCHSReg 3 bedroom, 2 bath estate home with full lilt pool, cabana,
fireplace screened
patio, car
tile roof
TELL IT 10,1)5WE'RE NOT ONLY GOOD occupancy upon qualifying. Real Estate Broker outdoor Bar.B-Q; circular drive, Florida Room, wood burning foot corner lot $21,000 $4000 down.garage, OB 120-
fireplace\ built-in kitchen and many other custom features
"Nice Horn.
; I j' LISTENERS:...WE'RE ALSO GOOD MOVERS 2 Frame Monica TO SELL ACREAGE on full acre corner Excellent neighborhood $26,000. 100-foot duplex lots In new area, close to Krome, only $zsoo.

Near Neva King Cooper 1 $.am Mango homealu
grove priced right at 112000.
I I. REASONABLE, TOO! $8900.00 HIGHWAY 4 bedrooms, 1 baths, with 2 car garage, half acre opposite
golf course at SW 141 St. and 85th Ave Central A/C and Heat
Sub-dlvlalon Land Acreage FRONTAGE Wall-to-WaU carpeting. $25,750 FHA or conventional terms REDLAND REALTY COMPANY

' t I' FOR FREE ESTIMATES call CI 7-6354 Lota Business -. Key property OTHER PROPERTY I aye Bogner, Realtor

Rentals. CIRCLE 74321M107 N. Krome Ava. _.CE 84153

205 N. Krome Avt.
Homestead Transfer and We welcome your listings I.
Storage CI T-8625 &JfT7/WMwSW/t CE: 8-2441
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Thursday, April 21,1,*4 The NEWS LEADER and CUTLER RIDGE.PERRINE POST Pal Twenty Five

I 63 Beat e> Accessories 85 Automobile De lrt 86 Automobiles For Sale 'I

COMPETITION Class C Hydro BLAKI-BIRO, Inc, 520 8 WO OldsmobIle 88. 44oor,
and SO HP Mercury, 9300. a Krome Ave. CI .6131. Vi't Power Brakes and Power
ROW 74408. tell guaranteed used can. _Steering, CB 8-1303,

FOR HIRES SJ-ft Owen twin\ Sell Trade Ray's W 2 Volkswagen, Arcondltlon .
Naves and Buying! Hints .f engines til dsy US for 8 Auto Sales, 20120 So. Fed, CI 7.0003. KEYb

the Automotive/ .,14 In Call a 73039. 4 to 8 p m._ 11"7.\next to Plper'a" Lounge,
Q So. of BlKtyn. Ct 78423... !
South Dole. 12.FOOT Cstsmirrsn. 40 HP : 87 Trailers For Sole j

electric atari Mercury Motor LUCKY Number 0060 I
y with single lever controls '_ MOBILE homes less thsn $64 al
th blf(*.t automotive newt thli week It the grand Trailer, Ready to f o, "75. arem. CASH wilting for your car at month, $950 down
opening of Brunkk Chryiler-Plymouth in Homestead O It L Motors Corp.. U.S. stead Trsller Sales, lmi.

complete with tree foodies and flirty atmosphere I, 1MOOT'boat; and trailer, (69.a :I. Ct Federal 7.0923.BRUNICK Highway. Princeton _Federal Hwy __ MOTORS coar.

Ralph Sulky, with 22 yeartChryaler mechanical experience 7.7232. NSW A USED Mobile homes
hat beta added to the Brunlck agency tt Chrysler-Plymouth, Low bank
li-FOOT Cabin Cruiser l< trailer Underwood
29540 Federal
Inc., 8. Hwy.
service IlUDItr.ADd ', outboard Evlnrude 35 LIP CE $5315.DADS : monthly rates SOUTH DADE'SLARGEST.
Mobile Homes 29129 S. Federal
while we're on tie Plymouth kick, let'i lake Perfect condition S679 or If.1309.
Slay CI
best offer Phone a 7.8125days Sales.
in advanced look .1 Plymouth' forth CI 71794 nichU. used : 371bUl\iR-.lui--
clean cars. '; heavy duty.
coinluf Bamcudi pictured hen.N Federal Hwy CI 71371 otDICK
other American automotive 11-FOOT outboard Cabin, 40 CE 3341. CE .09611.. ____ AUTODISCOUNT
Fold tit lip good tithing S329. CE TWO t triFlers, 8i: and 8615foot. -
hat lit Interior quit Uk It. 6.171. Conley Chevrolet, Inc. .
Call C H021.TIIJ"tiII .
rear esat back forward M pictured new 4 used cars' 2(1 1 Park __
I and the CM it converted Into a two- 1MOOT riahernun Century with Inboard I Nay. CI 7-2121 or CE 81832 erturd"; Just
utility top CE 8-1302.
passenger model with the carpetedrear bilge pump, S It outriggers, FRED Warnock Ford new and palnted-JCall HOUSE
70 IIP Gray Marine. Priced to tied cars. 1300 hl. Federal J.w"HTlL utility tral'cr; excellent -
converted Into I twepttieniermodel aril it $803. Larson Madre, Hw., Homestead a 7-3112 condition. Cl 7A237.:
with the carpeted rear Interior US 1, Homestead. or CE 5-0673
fi FOOT Voyager HI Low, tl
Mr. Garrett becoming men.toot.long ttorig 20-FOOT Pewercat Trimaran GUY Csikey Rambler Co., U.S. most new. CI 8X1201.: DEALER
with IS. 1 at Avocado Dr. HomesteadCI .
tret. & fII'n::
window frill lor 2332072.FERRINE I4.FOOT Travel sleep
new gal
This sleek styled largest rear Kllon Seminole trailer, At 5, clean, W50 7-3346, CI B" Chrysler Corp. This lg! Little' 4 doer car eets up to 40 ml per
Brunlck la May. Auto Sales. Buy SIMCA
look will be delivered at dealers cost Larsoa Marine,, 7-6381.
US 1, Homestead. Sell Trsite Bank financing. '01. It't to good the factory gives a S year 50,000 mile warranty
Call CE 63237.VOLKSWAGEN I 21i,Cabana room lilounlen, Price $1595. P.O.E. $195. Dawn and $47.93 pee month including Interest.
24.FOOT cruiser nicely furnished, $450, CI 8
Porsche .1 This Swedish well built cor tells Itself Us compeer, comfortable
e4.0101', A-l., CE S- 0333. VOLVO
9778.JI Authorized Sal'i; Service and roomy. The S models to choose from, even a tlatlen ".'011.
Parts Used CII"" Over'.KeysMotors il.'OO"d"r.rfmktr, Auto transmission now available. Priced from $2:95.00 P.O.I.

boat JOHNSON, Electrlet 1.1'15,-foot etc. _. p.rrln23801193.. _ressonable.'- CI74401.1iO TRIUMPH y Englandi finest sports car In Its price/ ranae. Then art

First $300 takes. U T-8467. WE PAY top dollar tor your ONE \ 10x30 with five models to choose from, Including the all new Spitfire
( excellent con
i4f.n.ltMW ;d.C all car cash or trade, Homestead dltlon See at Lot 9, Coral Prices ttart at 1599.00 P.O.E.

Clb.rel..o.t, windshield' Motors 800 N. Federal) for Mobile Park. Itoly' fllllit Car for both family use end rec//"..
steering, Seminole testier 25 II",. CI T0&54WESTOVER ALFA ROMEO
1(43 LaSslle' foot;like new; Double rums, etuminum.ngine. This ear
lIP.1'0 230, it only $223
down. Layton Marine, US 1, Pontiac and (2330. 30000 8. Federal HwyH43'83xlO It put together with perfection
201 Civic Ct CI 7-
An American car the Ford Cobra, will campaign Momestetl Tempest Gold Seat Deluxe
3621 CE 8-0034.
In Europe toll year in tn effort to wrest the world't If6I 17' B" ;lass bolt 80 HP American Mobil Horn .with.
38-mllea, expando living room, 2 bedrooms
Ferrari according Mere, trailer, per BANK FINANCING
road racing championship away hour, open' & fully equipped 36 Automobiles For Sue cabana room. See at
to Carroll Shelby, dealgner-bulider. The tint rac"Taro _CE 84738 after 6 p.m. Lot 33, Coral Roe Mobile Parkor SUIT YOUR NEEDS
Florlo AprU 28 It held on a 44-mll* mountaincourt : call a 7764..
Good bargains
14 MFG e'ir.rwith hardtop BANK Reposietslons. 1
la Sld1,. swivel lounge seats biU on late model cars, financing I-
88 Trucks Fer Sale
tery 4 box 110 Mer-' available. Call Mr.
Auto passengers may" soon be looking it-their cruiser. 1I11btlb sell Ebanks CI 7-1311. USED CARS -

favorite TV programs, while driving\ according to Edward 13193. Layson Marine, US 1,' ,USED trucks 4 bu PI. Plsntstlon .
IInml' l..d. JUNKING, 1952 Plymouth all Auto 4 Boa Sales,
Taylor, Motorola consumer arts for tale good Urea. CE Gouldl Cl 7.84H,
automotive television\ let mounted 67-B & Toots CONVERTIBLES COMPACTS
U a special Machinery 8 2698 evenings. ; .
of ear. -- ---
front watt t passenger
between the two OLIVER tractor model HO, TAU UP ptymenttTlOMTordGtlaxle t truck very good conditionsills 1963 CAD. Eldorado 1963 CORVAIR
running condition, price $300, 606, 2-door\ hardtop I radio, $1500. Call CE $4721 $1996
The U. S, bar nearly seven out of every 10 can John: Bujdoso, 27901 SW floor shift In trade f for '&6 or I_84814._ P99, Cony Air N68A Mania
172nd Ave. Homestesd. later. CI 7-8782.
la the world 1U2 Chevrolet 1962 CADILLAC 1963 FALCON
A line of custom alt conditioner, featuring twin USED FARM equip: 768. 1Si OLDS orlrlnat owner. A- For PlckUP1.l7tooomll'l. P239 AIR $3392 $2056
blowers aDd I five-row evaporator coll hat beta Introduced trail t T, bun single bottom 1 condition. CI 7.9878.1fS7 7806 P289A Sprint
Sales plow, variant small tools, 2- 1961 CONTIN'AU 1963 MERC.
by Vornado Division, Automatic Radio Chevrolet 4-door Station- I Meteor
Ford tr.ctors, .d* mower, $2789 $1777
of Boston planter, cultivator harrow, wagon ill power, aIr conditioned )I 91 Motorcycles : P291-AIR P377.............
Members of 10 Florida antique-car clubs will drive 19240 SW 804 SI or ph. Miami I clean. CI 7-3337. 1961 PONTIAC 1963 CHEV IIP499
more than 100 rare old autos to Miami Slay 2 for a 271-4224 1959 Renault, 1-owner. Good,MOTOR scooter for tale, good I $1578 $1888
P422 ,,,.. .. Nova
Car Club of Miamiti : condition. Make offer Eve "
the Vintage
r'M5iy showing, with i 69 Poultry & Supplies trantportatlon. CE 64400. ]I nlnglll B.ooBO.I .
1960 FORD 1962 RAMBLER
host . 1'60 1 Chevrolet Biscayne 4-door, $1093
I $999
Can entered will rant la vintage from 1002 to CHICKEN compost b>' u>o bag straight shift cylinder no I 19(0 Sloped! 9041 -like new Dr..mike P333A. ....... N22A-Amer.
or truck. We load at farm offer Haltlaa CL:
\ 1(02 Orient\ I rust, excellent condition CI
1027. Among the eldest registrants art a
wholesale price. Eggs 40c 8.7483. 1959 PONTIAC 1962
1909 Schact and a 1008 Model N Ford 7B437. $888 PCORVAIR4174sp ed $189Z
Buckboard a doi CI 7429.
I n. IN2( VESFA, excellent eondl R194...........
roadster I
Clark Borland, formerly of 0 L Motors, Princeton, 78 Seeds, Plants, Flowers CLASSIFIED EVERYONE READS PAGES! lion. buddy windshield test $129.sneedometer. : Ctl WAGONS 1962 FAIRLANE500P352 $1589

Ii BOW with Xeymo Motors Perrin. YOU AKi invited to visit my rr Rfflfl7) after 8pm -Spt.Cpi

are Day In Lily bloom Garden plants while let they now Classified DIsplay i* Classified Display 1963 CHEVROLET $2391 1962 MONZACpt. $1583

will ttlll bloom they make 1 P338-9 Pall., P466 4-speed
61 Articles For Sal. ol-B Articles Wanted sire gUU. Cut flower tr.rangements .,
Ruth 1961 CHEV. Wgn. 1961 FALCON '
a "
r"II1. $1699
DsvT s, CI P450 Air .. P409 Deluxe $1099
I HEM Danish modern eec WANTED to buy Used refrigerators SHOP -
tlontl. $28. CE B-8818. freexm, aircon1Illlnners 78-A Topsoil I NVi 1961 FALCON 1960 FALCON
( CB S7Z1S1C $989 $791
t CUSHION Lawson couch. GRADE A pulverized lOp sot .' at thisSIGN P297-......., P438-............
dark brown, f4:1: ; new roll Barter oMxckengeHAINf Silica Sand for lawn dressingD. I
bell!* antique tttln dopeA1.94"x63" Sultans 3S-4I14. I $ 1959 OPELR166 $489 HARDTOPS & SEDANS
14S"W, $10: S Bros. Grand piano, exchange .............
1 rust colored bedspread and for food OfI... Cl LAWN sand and fill local!;.''I'
rifle S9j Call CE 50043.MOM .3fU.. Call CK B-8B39 of 1959 OLDSMOBILE $1199 1963 BUICK Wilde't $3166

Carrier Alr-Conditloner. 43 Boots 1& Accessories 12 Dogs Cots, Pets I R166-Fi.ita P443-AIR .....

water cooled, with pump at Dependability 1957 FORD 1963 PONT Bonn.
low, low price. 322 W IIhIJI,- CKIITLINIH 111' fiberglass SWITCHING tiny toy pup.! $476 $3092
ton Ave.. Homeltead.iiiAUG'I bolt with 79 HP Johnson pies so loving and alert, .AU used cars advertised ire covered by a M day 190% R121 Rnchwgn P307-AIR .....
electric motor trailer $1178. maturing 4 to 10 Ibs. RI'III.1I Mechanical Guarantee
Down| automatic Bank terms available. Keys- tend with redlgree. 1962 FORD Galaxie
hot gun $60. Cl 74408. way Marine, US 1, fit City. I.. CI 78959. '1 04 VW Wagon Demo ..'.SJJtJ TRUCKS P378-AIR .... $1776
64 VW Variant Wag S289S
IS.INCH 2- M'O IS' molded fiberglassboat DOBERMAN Plnsclier pups; .. 1963 CHEVROLET 1962 OLDS984-dr
61 VW Sedan SIMS
need repair M $1606
table TV's AKC 9 weeks old reds indblacks $2588
each. 2 piece sturdy section electric with ote ft trailer 35$739 HP 26202 SW 152nd Ave. 63 Porsche Normal Cp. S3S S P272 J.Ten.... P358, HTAlr

al. $10 CI 74373. Bank financing sallableKeyswsy CI 7 2170orCI_ 7-0012. 63 VW Standard Wag S209S 1961 1962 Flt'wd.

40.FOOT blue a> whit drapes City. Marine VS 1, Fla. POODLE puppies,-toy: silver:I 60 63 Porsche VW Sedan Conv. . .IIMS S129S N42A HAIR $762 P3CAD 86-AIR' $3388

20-foot 127-yarda blue I of overdrspesto:: : shots A papers CE 84881. 61 VW Pickup ". .M9S 1961 CORVAIR 1962 OLDS SrarfireP26B
tom made 100-Inches long, LYMAN 19' boat A trailer, 83 Horses For Sale 60 VW Sedan : : : S109I $989 $2368
$550. sale cost!, S79. Keyiwsy Marine, US 1, 59 VW Sedan -. S99S P393-Pickup ..- ..
$r.aISeCltl SW 183th ria. City. BAY yearling Filly, sound 4gentle. M PORSCHE Speedster .SIS99 1960 2Men/body 1961 FORD Galaxle
St. CE 3-3523. 61 VW Sedan SI24S $738 $1293
_ RUNABOUT 15' boat with R16-FORD P392, Air ....,
144 Olymplt Home Evlnrude 23 HP motor and CHESTNUT mare, $300. Phone
ment Center with AM/FM 4 trailer S149. Keysway Marine CI 73647.HORSES I Over-Keys Motors Inc. SPORTS CARS 1961 RAMBLERP318A $968

tsoo.speed 239-9064 stereo after 23" color 6 .mrv': U. 1 I, fit. City. boarded, Classic

CHALLENGER U' fiberglass monthly. $1$ per ffn8...I VOLKSWAGENPORSCHEAU'1k11 P3fi. 1963 VOLVO AIR 1960 PONT.4-dr.
61-B Articles Wanted boat with top, controls, Corner of Halntln Mr, !/ PIBOO N60A $2786 P458A HT AIR $889
Evlnrude electric M HP motor Llndgren Rd. OX 6-1800. I, f-slts a Service Parts ,
GUNS needed by Ralph's 128 new Rocket trailer. >>88. -- 1962 MGA 1960 CHEV.P13B .
Bank financing. Keyswsy PHONE Circle y 1321 I 16165 So. Federal' Hwy. eu.s. 1)) $1588 $889
N.any Krome tge Cash Av watting, Any \kind, Marine, US 1, .'1. City. THEY BRINO RESULTS! Just North of Ptrrlne Ph. 238-0893 P491 ..........., ............ .

* Classified Display Classified Display Clallified Display *I CLOSED ON SUNDAYS 1962 P492$1588 1960 FORD P325A Foirl'ns..:..:. $889
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1961 TR3 1960 FORD Starln'r

WE HAVE A TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF P428 ............ $1488 R136-Coupe $1031

1960 TR3 1959 PLYMOUTH

P493 ,.., $1388 P392, 4 dr .... $688

64 PONTIACS 1960 JAGUAR P345A-Rdstr. $1896 1959 P444 PONTIAC-Bonn, ? $1021

and want to 1959 MERC. 2 dr.
THT1963 ,....

DEAL! VOLVO $1839 1959 CHEV. $769

P451-1225.... PI88A-4-dr.]

$1399 $873
P122A-Ghia P375A-AIR ).

FOR ANYTHING 1961 VOLVO 122. '$1293 1958 CAD4dr. $799

P74A-2dr. .. P344A ........

NOTICE? 1959 MERCEDES P416 Sed. AIr $1221'958 H.HT$666.

I have instructed my salesmen to wheel and deal
Grand Prix Catalina

Offer the most for a trad..ln-W. want Pen TRANSPORTATION CARS
.11 My style many te pick f ramBonneville

tiaei all over South Dade. TRY ME this week 4'6 j
*: Tempest and you too will drive horn in a n.w'64 Pontiac

from wide/ treck town economy prestige Bill Wtftor.rWESTOVER

CE 5-9521 '


PONTIAC -T Z. "4 Miles" South of the Palmetto Expresswa y on U. S. 1

201 Civic Court-CI 7-3621 CE 5-0054-Homestead I :mss Just North of Pcrrine, Florida "* '.'

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Iwtnty III .. .. "' .. ( 'U Ihand.y. A"II 1J, IVM

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,,", sF 4.Ny. I' ,
n 44F Time Clock '
A Hillbilly MoviePresley ,. 3w !
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/'" Palms TheatreToday

,J; .,y. I
Girls i.' through Wednesday
Klutn' Cousins," Tit: and
I I:tI p,m. ..

AIM, nittinc ahottlnft Sit

Spark Comedy urday sod Sunday it 1:14: and
5:1': pm, J
/ Saturday .t( I' p.m.. chlldren'i
how, cartoons and
fclvli Presley, bikini-clad Force men In knee-deep trouble ." "Spookchaser. (.
girls, Air Force mlwtlle and I before they are able to achieve
tousle are teitu-ed In 'Kliiln'I ithelr objective Ireeieway Theatre
toutlni." a new Metro Goldwyn L I
.Mirer comedy Not only do the Air Force J M Today through Saturday:
men hue to duck Pappy Ta- "Love With the Proper Strug]I IIII
If that weren't enough, Elvis turn' bullet, they alto be. pr," : and 11 p.m.; "Writ I
plays i dual role. 'come the target of a passel (ten on the Wind," III: p.m.

Curing lit run at the PatentThtatre 'of msle'starved mountain glrlt .4 Sunday through Tuesday
a free tevnd track 'known n at 'the klttyhawkt," 1 "Soldier In the Rain" 7:15: and)
tibum *f the' picture will .I. determined to get mates by 'II pm: 'Portrait In Black,"'I ;
Ivan away each night. And I fair meant or foul 4i t 01 p m.Viedneadtyi.

tonight, the first 200 tttrvegtrt Resides the comedy, the film } "Bun Vo>'ite,"
whe enter the thettre I h.. loll of alnglng and dancing ', b /7IS: and II:SO pm, "No Minfla
will be given e wallet tlid I OUiert tttrred 'Include an Inland," 141: p.m. '
I .j.
itlendir with e full cater picture
Yvonne Craig, Cynthia Pepper
ef Ilvli' en ene tide, I I Jack AlberUon, Donald Woods, TWO BIKINI-CLAD BEAUTIES and Elvis Presley Cinema i
(Tommy Farrell, Beverly Pow comprise/ a typical scene from the now movie "Kin-' Thursday through, _
The comedy la about i 'In Cousins, The Yvonne Craig (left' ) end "A Walka "
:era, MiM( eru* Petra and Robert girls ore I Id.") Tiger wedn"1: -

nuhU itektce an hillbilly attempt family by the*Ten'l Stone. Pam Austin/ -- -. -- end (:30 p.m.
-- ---
eminent le obtain their 1- fq
(pin for an ICBM missile\ bate I II
In hit dual portrayal, Prei-J 'Romeo and Juliet' To End Season r, ?l bid
Icy It teen at Mh ai I
officer chosen to face '
the young shotgun barrage put by by In a climax to an exciting tentatlon, ninth and final pairof rector and conductor of the tire program The four.part production 4y
the highly Independent Tatum tenon of concerts, Ftblen Seivluky subscription concert for the: UM rtemble, These Include will be sung in English I
Qmlly, and at one>( the Ta- and the Unuenlty of I I 196364 season, will be heldat : Beethoten "Ninth Symphony with an intermission followingthe 7rrll
turn children I Miami( Symphony Orchestra on Miami Beach and D.d'i ," Mahler'i 'Da Urd second section
The Talumt, being tuxplrluutef 'I May 3.4 will present the DO- County Auditorium: von der Erde," MouiKorgtky'i Portraying the role of Frtlrl,
government men III' any I minute dramatic symphony of The work hat been programmed I"Bqrli Godounov," W.n,,'. Laurence will be the baritone]/
"Romeo ..ndJulll'l. by Dr 8c\lltky et a com Ulna of the Mbrlungrn," and ,
one flue snooping around Uielrmountain Hector Berliol Benjamin R*>'Min of New i iRtton
who might Interfere ," bated on the tragedyby memoratlon to Shakespeare" on I llonrgcert: 'Joan of Are at the who last YMk.\]
i ( HEADLINING ot Bob Patrick's' Per-Tee on the South DUIa Highway are Robarta -
with their whlhkey.making activlllet William Shapetpcare, the 400lh anniversary of hit Stake, all first JlerronnanCC'1I.n the UM Symphony'i 1MQ pro.I
and the Southwlndi dance and / combo. With Robert.
get a of Air i The "Borneo and Juliet' pre. birth. :. Florida, duitlnn the Beethoven MnUi e entertaining era
group The dramallo symphony U\ Three soloists and the Unl hit sung In the opera renten! Rick end Dave Smith The group hoi played top spots ,In Lot Vegas and
t another in a series of large varsity of Miami Choral Union, of Rome, New York. Phtladel, Lot Angeles. Roberta was a featured performer with the Not "King Cole
I t s f works for chorus end directed by Glenn Draper, will!phla and San Franclico: show
I presented by Dr. orehe.Ir'j participate In the Berliot work, -
e 1 Ing hit five yean at which will encomptii the en-
i I _- ---- -
For 'Information Coll- Cl 74944-CI 7-5118 1 7 Artists 2 Orchestral Programs

Always M The 'BEST' 'in Motion Picture r I

0 pSIxA r:3: OPENS Doors Optn TONIGHT I pin I t To Be Featured In Symphony Series

.n-I.m. Phoned, 7ittlFEUDIN' ieeV( Hedu *i Cetkfell Leunie -

.r-- ----- ROBERTS COMBO Men of the world1 great|runt the first Amerlctn lain" for Individual concerts. Tre- teat locations, For tickets and
JIMMY and allorrhetlnlpmyiamt Ito ling a leading role In an opera cent subscribers have untilI information Ulephont MOhawk I
DRINKS 25c two |
Monday Nile 1 P m. to I m.-ALL iartiulo
Tuesday Nile Taltnt Nlto-Caih Prim will be featured on produced In Moscow, "He'a May 4 to renew their present)J-4900.(
the greatest bttto llnre Chul-, --
Continuous EnterltlnmtntPhone
the UnUernty of Miami Symphony
KEEP TICKET STUBS 247-9610 lapin" itt Dr. SevlUky approvingly. ,
S8th annual
FREE SOUND TRACK LP. RECORD luiineig Rr, INc. I OrchettrVa I

\1 ....'n1 %:.... ( U WelefTewero mRIJl.m2r1t concert the eerie direction next of seams FabienStvluky. under Imlntnt Pianist QUALITY SUB SHOP

... ...... .. C'lir _____ I I Alexander Brallowtkr.. the Ito PCRRINI AVENUE
t !eminent Russian pl.nllt"who'ICOn.ldered South End Perrlne' Shopping Center
: Held I The 196465 eerie of nine one of the foremost COMPLETE MENU

i Yi s't1') ) Dr MUSICAL (COMEDY DM at11Yc"NowtMar ptli' t of subscription concert living Interpreter of Chopln't Sub nation Style 2k-blc-/k
I iS Thru III Miami Brach and Did!music, It tin UM S'mphonytOo Ii>g Steak Sandwich S c-4 c-7 c-UJ
( MOLLY PICON ,County Auditorium will be the lolit on January 17.IS. One Hams and Cheese Meatball
rAt letevd Cswii.see; 'final one In which the orchn- of the most highly respected Rout Beef Sindwlchet Se
,M act 0" dv ........I.d iv eeed+ey"/ too will be tpontored by thiUnKemily artists In the concert field, Mr.Ballowsky Homemade Pine from lit to IIJJ
r. max '.C"'I MuKN' twenty Ime.A Present plant call PHONE J3J-457J

!)j ACKj\ $\,. 'I WILLIAM TERRY [for the orchettra, now a etu- ration has performed on numerous a cycleof oc- 24cSTEAK 29cSUBS

\ CHAPMAN SAUNDERS 'dent and professional entemMe six program devoted to all
.l a. to evolve Into an all-pro- of Chopin' lea compotltlont

With hiS mtwntoinwnfojksingin'arr; N Ilelllnn.1 tymphnny orchestra! Jaime Laredo, the >'outhfulvlollnltt IEti PAACCING
In IH6J under of roe 500 CARSrwynigj'jrmrnlrrrm
sponsorship from South America,
.. ...
-- er ass .. ,
MWntlt" ern turf MWM the Greater Miami community takes the soloist spotlight on
"iMWII I I" : 'Mated Artists February 7-8. fro Laredo, who 71ll77 'd.b Mow a Ixsttx'1rs r tMOUa
'VIiIf3900dohalI nwNa1Nl1eelwNa1Nl1lrepulleNl made headlines' hit New
IM, tM PN. IM4a IH >..
1 !I .-, i I Guest soloists who will appear York debut three years ago, '
IN' HMMI, IMt on the DM Symphony I I. a first price winner of the :
t h1! ro6oldnynti aylxn ..>.L. W IM r.i. la HH,i M,./e. ecrlet next season Include curb famed Queen Elizabeth International ..

I noted article tt the plan''.'. Mutie Competition
\ : COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE :,1i: 'JON Iturbl, Gulomar Nooses, held In Bruttelt,
First Orchestral" Pregrem' v p *v w IT P r
and Alexander Brailowiky vlolinltlt I.
HI 5.2581 )
(' ; U" MAIM NIOHWAV' MIAMI Jamie Laredo and The first of two allorrheetrtl OCEAN AT laird tTRIIT. Wl 1141

tIYi s ---. -- -- -----.-. -,- Shmuel Athkenaal 'cellist Pi- programs I le scheduled for MIAMI BEACH 54, FLORIDA
'" -"v*.' 28.March ,
\ 1 Dr.
t ---- err Fournlcrj ant Metronoli February v / y >/ < % _
I tan Opera bum George Lon SetlUky I I. planning to feature \>muaAf IVCCKCKO/rrKu&rauq
pRESLEY don. various concerto works' during
Mb roles f fur MIDGETIR j Ithla pair of concert.
,, \ ..In Opening. Hit eerier October celebrated Jot
S; on i planltt dot M*, fur Mlle
Iw erne.
first, t b, ieltf GRAND IS.19 will be the noted I ilturbl returns to the UM Symphony a t $10 sun pt1 of ITt ass q)
1 1')0 ", ,i. Brazilian pianist Guiomar No. slope' for the first tine (sal. *lna)
fry- RACING veer One of the foremost woman In 17 years on March 14.IS,
OPENING pianists of her time, Mmt Mr. Iturbl, who needs no Introductlon WIN A FREE TICKET TO THE
No"... hat appeared in concert to concert audiea CINEMA THEATER
end recital In all corner of the ret, hat appeared throughoutthe
world. She made her American world aa both a planlat' and CUTLER RIDGE REGIONAL SHOPPING CENTER

debut audieneet In 1915 with and hat her captivated brillltnl conductor erou appearances He alto mad'in motionpicture num,I i! NAME: . . . . . .

O SAT. year piano. artistry for nearly CO *'Israeli and television Vltllnltt, ADDRESS: " . . . s.

NMAY 2nd Internationally KeewinThe I Shmuel acclaimed Aihkenail year-old, the violin-widely .I II TELEPHONE " . .
Entrant mutt be .IS yean or older. Drawings will be held
Fag lit from Iiratl It thetololit
rto& Vtlliit Pierre FournlerIt
u l t j on April 4-6.\ Mr, Ails every Tuesday Deposit coupon In boxes located 'In the stores
) the guars tololtt for the November at Cutler Ridge Region! Shopping Center Participating
JJlitm ffm 01M i iDim..DRm.lPijlnmifm. V 1 INJa 18-18 concert. The Internationally kenaii wa a flnt prize winner merchants and their employee are not eligibleBORED ,
i i known artist "hit at the International Competition

)( iiDuJ :.= 1 It,'..IMe nom astheIIInew A' ," J TIME TRIAL -7 P.M. orchestras appeared with in the all United the State major 1962. Thl held will at be his Moscow first appttranca 'In-
ft FIRST RACE-8 P.M. J a* well a* those in Europe, In Florida, / d d
Th ninth and concluding
Special Sot Show 1 p.m. Only- South American and Auttralla
Mr. Fournier la alto a big far pair of concert on May 2-3
"BOWERY BOYS" plus color cartoon I ft ADMISSION $1.50 orlte aa soloist tt such important will be a special program, Dr.I I

Chldr'n Under 12 Accompanied mule festival at thou SevlUky I I. planning this pair! 'i
of concert a* a special tribute
I ly Adult Admitted FREE In Lucerne, Edinburgh Alx-en-
FIRST t Provence and Montreux. 10 the University of Miami for
BREEZEWAY its support of the symphony
team Ialvsaa i I FASTEST 3/4 MIDGET SEMI-BANKED 1\ On December 13.", the third I orchestra over a period of S3

DRIVE-IN I 'Htifi* :. saowlea ASPHALT I TRACK IN THE UNITED STATES4 pair of concert, popular Metropolitan yeas,
Opera Company basso I Ticket prices' for the nine
DOORS OPEN 6 P.M. SHOWS ot 7.00 and 9:45 '
p.m. t SPONSORED BY AMERICAN LEGION t George London will be theeatured pairs of concert have been
guest tololit Mr Lon. rimed illghtly over thin tenon
don gained considerable prom. The measure wit necessary Inj '

'M"--M.- TODAY- FRI. & SAT a..AM--w" <(\! I WIi.IU MttI., 2..0UTSTANDING..HITS..2 -- deficit
and meet Increasing
production cott.*. For the aeriei Jltrin Owr Nijhtly CU
I Natalie ROCK [of nine programs the new price e nd P.rtictOfferFwrHwnnifeejelAre.

range will be from $1500 to
I WOOD HUDSON $3300. A living of up to 33% e

j < RADIO Will It offered tetton tubacrlber
t STEVE STATION over the rod of ilngle ticket


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Airmail L*.nird W.laIt'r", at Homeiteid Air Fore But The sergeant "ho entered it
ton of Mr. aDd Mn. Reuben recently completed I technical the Army In 1U2, la the ion of II I II
Wehberg of Martinique Drive, Mining course for Air Fore Mri. Irene Thomas of Florida
Cutler Ridge, hit arrived at information ipeclillitt at Ft. City

Cninut Air Fore But, III, Ij Slocum, N. Y. e .
for technical training n in Initrument .
New.comb and hit 'lf. live
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of -
trainer ipecliUit Peter I. Bridl, ion Mr
it 14 SW Second Avenue., FlorIda and Mrs, Dexter C. Brodlo of .
Hi li I graduate of South City 3M S. Krome Ave., Homestead, BLAKE-BIRD
Did High School and attended IIIMichael recently completed bulo train. BUICK CASH
the University of Miami for
log at th* naval trilnlng iti-
D. DNic! ion Of)
on. and I half y in before Sates Department
lion Lakes UL
Mr, and Mn. Bonific DeNlieo Great ,
rnterlaf the Mrvlce. Hi bad I 1m.e pm NOD. Sat (
of SW 14701 Avenue For
title training it Licklind iLEONARD e e .
AFB 'rei. been promoted to staff iergeint I trvlc Department Your Car
lit the Reserve Offlceri Undo. Radiator Shop)
unit at Gordon Sam .1 Moa..Fr!. f
mining Corpi pm G&LMotors
Airmen 1C Fells A. Adams,
MlllUry College, Birneivllle, Sira.UNooaSit.CLOSED .
whose, wife U the former Ceoli

is. 520 So Krom Avenue ,, Vi Mile No. of Princeton
Tcyi- Hotby ft Sgt Jimn F. Chlihflm, Nirinji C17-81J1 CES7W Diiie Highway
Art Supplies loldler Injured during the I hd h a,1 v.r o..,..,C'.IM r..dt
recent Panama demonitritloni,
For All Alee WillinG lion furlough He U the ion t By V. T. HAMLIN .
Tr nif rr4 of )I trs. Myrtle' HiLnei, SW ALLEY OOP
AUO HOBBIES 2Mth Street Nirinji.
of homestead hn ar WWITMAPI'INW'm
lie wn newly promoted to (AN'T w ORK UI A, M10RT. ,,, .TORT n* e !
rived at Grind Forks AFB, N PaAPPLAMPas5T I t
Ii I D. H* U to Lrcrift structural nil rink of sergeant prior to TMlT LILLONIITti p, / UK*TT ; tsvba1011
repilrmin. hit arrival home April 4. OVtRY t 017aA1 7w

I I. I. A. Weaver of SW Milt

U.S.1 Alrtnia 1C H.r.M D. N.w. Street, Homestead, bit been at .. I
it Caribbean Blvd. I tmb: of the Information ..laUSNYDER'S promoted to coramunlcitionitechnlclin e I S d
chief acting (CTCA) ,'A I IdlftEt I
In the Navy, I chief petty otfl- 1 ra '

car ratln,.

PRE-SUMMER lie previously held the rank PVT. RICHARD ROKIR I

of communlcitloni technician C.mpl.t.i Trilnlni
first elm,
TV SPECIAL Marine Pvt Richard R. R*. t.. .La
Petty Officer Weaver U with .t a. k.A 1Y +
k.r, ion of Mri Bernell Brown rTHAT
the Naval Security Group. He of SW 108lb Street, Couldi,
tent to Xeflivlk Iceland
was ,
completed recruit training
from the Card Sound Inn.oL'Crams eMi11 d10TTA
Naval eaCOMae CANIUN TMaae.
April 18 at the Marine Corps eARRELIN' Pour/ im AMOUNT HEW
Station hit for
I one year recruit depot, Pirrli Island, KUXt \ AU M RlOMtN'OOOlAI fiON.AN') OMEWHCRK/ IT1s1a1lNOTAURtIM
I itiy. S C. MM* 1 IMP Walt IMP, AM' X 0001A,
Army Sgt Ry The", .. griduiled 0 i' / J ( from the Non ommll.: He will report to Camp Le-

11' stoned Officer Academy at Ft. Jeune, N. C., for combat Infantry -
Euilli, Va., recently, tr lining. ,

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Model 538.23COUTSTANDING ,,

FEATURES: plague of horn flies 'which bn doicended on
South Dade hit \ TN'MINOTAUR1a PI.AC7, ...RUT MY GO9M,IF OOOt tw w'reeaNS
etC recently moved the llomriteid Ever
flu .
vinS pkt.r.h.rd..d.1ub..t.d KlmMt' S4 Ail 95 glidei Posse to appeal to state agriculture Commli- W14NJ'a./ TROUBLE/ CIUTTOt, EE
...t..1IetI Sm IS. .h..,.." loner Doyle Conner for help In combining the peitf. ZITHER I
brl. t." .1.....t plcur. I. | KM
W jfj Kenneth S. Markham
t.I..ItI.. poiM preildent, wrote Conner
.IM.r duty 11111 .. .... pow. TfodtSNYDERSALES&SERVICE and hit received i reply saying the commissioner tie i IL.
tr tn ifon r tbuili
li looking Into the problem. POIse members who

n mber about 40 signed i follow.up letter to Conner t 1
at their meeting Sunday

32 N. Krome, Homestead Cl 7-0448 The poii U hoping for a poiilble rprijrlnf pro- / Eg
grim to control the fllei.

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BRUNICK Chrysler-Plymouth

Dealership Homestead



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=- BRAND NEW '64


Orchids To Each Lady COMPLETE WITH _

r Refreshments To Everyone S.YR.-SOOOO Mil.Warranty

Flashlights Just To Tcst-Drive Fret Flashlight Just for Test-Driving *

'11f/A. 1w We'd like to meet yoa.+ .,


,,_ : Fm your newest Chrysler, Plymouthand z

I Valiant Dealer...Now, Fd like

AS LOW AS you to meet our Sales Manager..

Test this receive FretFlaihlight Drive and a $1895 r BOB LUMBATTIS

R \ }f We're looking forward to meeting.,

you in person. Whatever price t

\I' m range you're interested in, FU see yb

on to it you get a'great buy. ,. '

Now here's our Service 'Manager. '
BRAND NEW '64 e. ;


COMPLETE WITH: I take care of the cars we sell. Not .
./. Factory Air .f. Radio
V Powerlak" ./. Power Steering that they need muchwhatyith their
Teat Drive this and receive a free flashlight
5-year/50,000-mile engine and drive train _

}f warranty-the best in the business... '
$2964 a

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I, I neighborhood, won't you? --

We'd like to show you our place.]

t Many Makes And Models
'' '61 OLDS'88'
4 Dr., Factory Air I '
: l Power Power steerer'ngdio' CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH, VALIANT"
r A and Heater,X-tra Sharp
V U.S. 1 at Avocado Drive., Homestead 248-0510 238-5512

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