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By MARVIN ELLIS

I'm Dot I fight liD. I don't
know much about,the sport
and I get pretty disgusted
every time I read about another
fighter getting killed
In the ring

About the Only' time I pay

.r ... any attentionto
the game :
': la when a
M4'r
h e avywelght'rhamplonshlp rl/sElst"/
t

, offing fight 1s In the


Then I follow
the events

t ;" ... rJi. surrounding -.
,
the big fight
4' '
.
dandy .-. !
Pretty .
Ellis .... '
in the sport

pages and I pick wee pulling JUNKED CAR sits within a ston.', throw of much-traveled U. S. 1, is eyeMUTIUTED BODY of Junked car on parking lot of now-closed CMA Deport.

Last spring I sere to motorists end to businesses and residents of area. Located on southbound store in Kendall'Ii one of many Ignored by Dade County for almost' a year.

for Cassius to Clay,first and I heavyweight even highway in Cutler Ridge area, cor Is seen by U. S. I drivers eat those County ordinances forbid Junking can except in approved junkyards or dumps,

got fight see my when he fought turning! into South Miami Heights. City of Homestead last week launched an yet derelicts like this litter real eosily' visible from tourist-traviled U. S. 1

on Miami Beach. (A rich all-out drive to rid city of such Junk pieces, one week after public complaint. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer)

friend bought me s $50 scat) Dade County, with Jurisdiction over the area pictured above, hat ignored this

So being for the most part car for mora than a year. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer)

rather Indifferent- about the

sport, I wasnt particularly
excited when I was invitedto
take I tour of Kendall Chil Greater
dren's Home Kith the world's J

light heavyweight champion, Ntm Lae
Willie afternoon.)Pastrano, last Thursday IDlt t. r Homestead;


one Kendall of ,Dadei ai you homes know,for Is Edition

youthful offender. Published Every Sunday and Thursday sews
But after meeting him and
watching him work with children Covering Homestead, Florida Cry, Le.sure City, HAFB Noranja, Princeton, Goulds end the Redlonds

the way be did at Kendall

at least, I have of Willie become Pastrano a fan- \01-53 No._ 65 -=== =- = I HOMESTEAD_ :FLORIDA>> SUNDAY, AUGUST 9,-_1964_ = -==12 Pagti! __ -== UN! -CENTS- PER COPY

Willie lives in Miami and

Is presently work doing as Director public relations of- Florida Raises I
City
Youth Fitness for the Dairy PETITIONS
Council of South Florida In CHARTER

this capacity, he travels
around to youth homes'

YMCA's South Florida, and boys'Just camps talking in I Budget To Meet Needs

about boxing and showing

boys a litttle about the game. The Florida City Commission In an impassioned plea for "There's not much Incentive

Willie loves working with took a bold step into the fu- the budget increases, Herman for a fimlly move te BEGIN CIRCULATING
boys and they love being with ture Friday night' Lucerne said it was time to Florida City," said the cler
him. The boys at Kendall took Heeding cries that Florida "alleviate the Florida City environment gyman. "There's nowhere
to him especially wellI City should "stop standing we've created over for children t* go (for roc- I
think this it because Willie still" the commissioners turned the years Motion,) There's not oven a
talked about what they their backs on a pared.to- "You should meet the challenge library Here, or e place to -
I
wanted to hear-he was hon the-bone budget for 1964-65! and ot our streets, .. our buy a book. or magaiine." \Manager
est and straightforward with called for one with an added N." section," said Lucerne
them-and be let them know $25,000 for what were termed "You are hindering the com Bryan Edwards Park, )he Vacancies Filled

that be was willing to give creasingcommunity needs..-.' .mtNtity s without. long range eonUndqd_je ton far away ruirec.
wholeheartedly of himself and from the population censer of Would BeReplaced "
In a rare show} unanimity, plane. D what you know has
his time. the Commission voted M for t* bo demand go out and Florida City to serve tile needs
He must have answered 300 of the rll,', youth, and Jack
the action, despite e warnIng toll your "o..m. On Police Force
questions 'i* the two. hours tram one of the town's He added that the commtsuoners of any directors to supervise City ,
we spent with the boys and hading cltlsens that they might be committtlng recreation makes most parents -
he didn't duck a 'one. Someof might be committing "politi 'political suicide" if they vote reluctant to send their children
these boys have lived cal ", Icld.." in favor of an expanded budget to play there anyway Two more men were hired Price, year-old ex Marine I Miami bakery and a resides t
tough lives and they asked Specifically they instructed but that he believed they Ho urged the city hire two this week as Homestead police- whose wife has accepted a:of Homestead for more than i I Petitions seeking two amendments
tough questions. accountant Ralph Bearden to bad a mandate from the voters recreation directors and find, sire bringing! to three tho I position with a local school year. to the Metro Charter
One Negro boy asked Willie 1-lItlltr of replacements to fill The Prices, hailing from North and distributed
submit a substitute budget who electe4 them last a piece of property closer lo the None of the three has had I were printed
if he had ever been in trou- which would include $10,000 January to improve condition! center of town for a park seven" tacanrles treated by araft Carolina, will arrive in Homestead prior police experience! or training '. luring the past week and are
'
ble with the police for street improvements $10,000for in the city.Referring, In asking that the revised of resignations. I this week they will be enrolled in a I expected to begin circulating
He answered, "Yes, whenI recreation purposes and to rumors of recall budget be bated en the Metro New officers are Bobby P. Price, almost six feet In pedal enforcement class along,, early this week. Headquarters
was 11 I was In Jail for $4,200 for I water meter main. potitlona against certain rolls, commissioners wore Jackson 22, a former Air height has worked with Colonial with three still.be-hlred men, ail be opened in Homestead .
72 hours for stealing It tenance man. Commission members ho added mindful that within two years Force man who has lived In Stores chain in North several officers for' FlorIda :: and Perrine sometime during .
new '
taught me a lesson 111 never They further asked that "If, you fall to do what all Dado municipalities will 'Homestead for 16 months, Now] Carolina since his discharge City, and a few longtime, this week,
forget and I haven't been in the newly-pasted garbage fees needs to bo done III go out bo required to adopt that roll on leave after his recent discharge from the Marine Corps. Formerly Homestead officers who will Leaders In the fight for themendmenti
trouble since"What b* dropped te be replacedby after a r.calll"! anyway the 6.foot, 1-inch 180- he did security work in
would you do If any an Increase In the general Rev. Louis Leigh, pastor of ,Friday night's session was pounder will learn of his acceptance claasiflod matters In Washington use it as a refresher are former Attorney Metroommlssloner Rob-

one pulled a switchbladeknife taxation rate. Florida City Methodist Church, a special meeting*:of the com when he returns Mon. D. C. and held a final secret City Manager Olaf Pearson, ert Brake, a and Dr Edward
on you," And they asked that the substitute attacked th. economy budget mission. The revised budget day. Ho is expected to report clearance. acting chief of the department of Miami
"I'd run, that's what I'd budget be bated on the which wag first presented for requested will be presented for for duty sometime la the corning Hired two weeks, ago and al since the suspension of Chief Soles a University
do, and if I couldn't run I'd Metro assessment roll. failure to include adequate 'recreation consideration at the regular week ready on duty is Kenneth Con Thomas Jioban, also plans to rofesior.
'
Just have to defend myselfthe Result would be a tax rate needs. In advancingthe meeting Tuesday night j Also hired was Bobby Gene non',' formerly employed by a enroll The amendments would recall -
best way I knew how of approximately 12 mills for garbage fee plan, he said, the present board of commissioners
"What do you think of street next year a drop from the commissioners had promised 25 and elect nine new

lighting" 1933-64 rate. (The higher Metro per cent of the revenue would commissioners and a strong
"My advice is to talk your assessment roil however could be allocated for recreation, yet county mayor who would have
way out of a fight in the spell higher taxes if the substitute this did not show up, in they) veto powers over board actions
street You might win a fight budget is adopted). budget as prepared. A two-thirds vote would be required -
there, but you are going to -,I I to override the mayor'sveto
lose it in court or in Jail or
There would be no change
"
somewhere else. New Power Plant in the method of electing the
"What lo you think about i commissioners
Cassius Clay,"

"He's a great fighter. He esY t 1 The present county commissioners
talks too much but still he Arrives I are opposed to the change
is 'a great fighter He could Equipment as is County Manager Irving

whip Sonny Listen any day McNayr.

of the week." Monster.sized new equipment Fairbanks Morse Co, Beloit, li
The highlight of the afternoon that will beef up Homestead Wis Unloading of this car will C At1NC !F The second amendmentweuld
require the county
was when Willie put on overworked power plant arrived be done next week, and the f.cs7siMG
commission to establish tag
the gloves and sparred ahead of schedule this week, parts will be stored within the 5dalrrda
sow, assessing procedures Instead
of rounds with some
couple creating storage problems for power plant building to await r
of following those prescribed
of the bigger boys
the moving company which has installation.
I overhead one small boy contracted to transfer it from Shipment of a second mammoth b/ the state comptroller.
turn to his pal and say "BoY.wouldn't railroad cars to the plant build. base, crankshaft and generator ; / 1 1 1srawey Opponents of the .proposed
l amendments are claiming the
it be cool if Fred I
ing. to further increase the
action is being Instigated by the
knocked Willie out? Heftiest of the three ship plants will
output
power comein .
I antl Metro forces to Wreck the
But the chances of that menU which arrived this weekis ,the next several months
/
happening were remote and a 144.ton engine base crankshaft .] The big motors, when installed / Metro system of governmentnd
of course Pastrano had to and cylinders. The all.In. and operating early next ;; County Mayor Chuck Hall.
said change in the
a
government
be extra careful not to hurt one-piece base is scheduled to: year, will increase the -plantrap.clt ;; now would sound the

his sparring partner who was be placed atop a sturdy concrete by more than 40 percent auG t3 9 qu death knell for Metro.
with all he had
banging away foundation an addition to 1'' Aup,13. Crusade for Responsible, Government .
In him the present plant building Financing for the expansion r
(CRG) Is the name
In my opinion if there were Officials of the moving company will come from a $D/i million
given to the movement to
more people in fighting like with FEC Id bonds
are negotiating signed by Mayor RI. i1 .e.1 bring about tho charter
Willie Pastrano, boxing would. Railroad, hoping to leave the chard Conley last month and ch.n.... _
8't have nearly the bad name eanvas-shrouded mammoth parton offered ,for Immediate aale. ., Commissioner Joe Boyd
y was
it has today It can't be too cribbing the trackslde for .4 probably most vociferous In
bad a sport when kids get four weeks until the foundation -
the thrill and fun out of it Is completed and has timeto Fair Slides his objections to the proposal
when presented to the boardof
Kendall. ?
the way they did at harden. : commissioners last Tuesday
,
Another opinon I have 11th.t Also In, and still on an FECnate.r Arc AvailableSee He and Dr. Sofen got Into .
Dade County la fortunate
are a generator staler
a verbal battle which be.
to have chosen a manlike and rotor -' not quite so heavyas
,
Don Stone as juvenile I the engine base, but still the sights of the World's came rather heated.Dr .
Sofen said the
I ;Fair-electronically through 1 present
Judge.He large enough to create moving
has been making the and the magic of Southern Bell's L fiasco over tax reassessment
I storage problema.Waiting .
Is the fault of the commit
arrangements for Pastrano: on a Seaboard Railroad newest slide talk: "New York
visits to Dade youth homes. : siding ii still i third flatcar World's F.lr. 196445" ..,. slonen and the county man
that
not of the
But while Willie talks to the which blowers 400- : The slides available to any l. ;, .. __ __ ager court
on a
around civic church or school "'- which ordered- __ the___ _reasieummtAdvocites __n_______
group Stone walks horsepower motor'and other group
singling out Individual, boysto small parts were shipped; from for showing! contain forty. of the amendment
talk to. nine colored slides of the Fair's THESE ''"RED APPLE KIDS" will be' passing ,out August 13 each Cutler Ridge merchant Will place changes predict little difficulty

He is going to hart the on- marvels.,You'U see sights ranging "Lucky Number Tickets": oil over South Dade for winning numbers in their windows. If you are a lucky 43000 in. securing signatures the to necessary

pleasont duty of sending 'from life-size dinosaurs to the) neat two weeks in the Cutler. Ridge Regional winner all/ you ha,. ta do Is go to the store proposals on the Nov. 3 get ballot the
many boys to Kendall, but it WIA1HI. spectacular fountains and beau the number and pick-up
Center's "Back-To-School" that posts corresponding
Shopping gigantic pro If the amendments do
get on
If that he Is going H L Rain tiful pavilions And R. M. Gill.
our bet Homestead motion. $1,500 i in fret trips and gift certificates your prite. There are over 250 priies. The Red Apple the ballot and are approved by
telephone
to know first hind how they Thursday ,89 73 M strap
will be given away during therAugust 13-23 pro- Kids shown above ore left to right, Horry Rots, the voters a new election will
are getting along and will let Friday ... 88 74 64 manager, guaranteed no big
them know that someone Saturday ... M 76 travel, room or meal expenses> motion. Center officials soy there Is nothing to buy Mike McCormkk, Ron McCormick, Jeanne Buckley be held Jan. 28 to select the
cares. ,for this trip! and no contests to enter. Save tickets and beginning Lucy Stoppoella and Annette Sherrill. new mayor and commissioners



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I Pearson S ttles-1: Civil Service Parks Planned- 1EF,y.. .t.tr I It




Down To .Stay "h Ranted For For South Bade r, t tate


'tsdehminter plan to met t The plan atattt that bad I
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Homestead City Manager Olal I wan chc.rlttig, corruption ,with ; Metro Polite '''.reatitl-al ,need of a popn' mutt immediately "embark: upen -
Pearson put down root toll 'n! the department triggrtVl: tbd 1I
lace expected to hit 2.S mUU}tI! I large-Kale program of acquisition
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week that Indicate his stay In Ijnatton.\ ." i J", in the next two de-tid >i and development of l '
Homestead will be much UK ser FIve! were dntij 'to"colntli Thus Foum Ptae Council 01 headed for the Floiila Outdoor park and recreation land" I tr
thin it will take him to wild
with Pianon'n report and ricommendtitiont the Mlal si-Dane Chamber 01 Recreational D a y.1 opment
up his InveAtlgst'on of the police Vi the Council In Tallahartee. Top priority Is given ocean'
department and get out city council -Commerce met Friday noon aKings front properties along Miami
al the outcome of his probe. The plan, prepared jointlyby
the 15545 budgetPearson Another followed the' next Bay Country Club. Guest Metro' Department of Beach. The report points out
speaker was Dade County Sheriff that the only good octanftin
and seventh tendered Planning and Parka and Recreation 1
leased a 4 bedroom day, a was
Dade
In |
T. A. Buchanan. beach County j D."f
home on NW Ninth Court and the next week. i It aimed at getting Miami Stash peninsula and 4 '

bought a speed boat and water The city manager, having Buchanan told the council\ ht a fair slice f,1 i( tar-approved' Key Blscaynu, adding thawhile Ns
ski equipment "10 my children completed the Investigation of will introduce a plan to the< state recreation fund far DorIda's keys to the south are ,

will be more content to tty circumstances acurrounding Hban' >' state legislature for new civil most populous county. scenic and have 'great rt-Te

here." arrest, launched immed. service laws welch will give The general plan proposes lion potential" U.'y:\ do 110'poa.e.
DENNIS
In 11 different -
lately Into a second phase in sheriff' deputies and police (if. new redone parks .. good sandy beaches GEORGE PEP:A TOM DOUR CARPENTER
Asked {If the two trovesmesas Leers in their biat.-en throughout I
more security
he hat turned down the which the entire police department and reasonable the county including"" "rae "Th need far tnfrenl
job
a
assure
appointment' a* city manager i is getting close acrutiny'i salary to they wou't have to IA South Dale: al block public' beach In Dai* I. cru- 3 Homestead Men SelectedAs
,f RoMvllktt, Mich., Pearson This I portion will b* conspleted rely on *tra work to provLt Peli.t In An Xtcl'inandH \ cat. the report U\'L I
. Hid, "Sure, I'm staying; I In about a week he adequately for their families. .1' ,."iil, i area *nd at lAiSnllnDrh .
Mid I w.uld when I with I said.Asked. I education would also > and (Cram A If h would higher plan chain 1* of "immedtatimportance" In America"Three
..,.w my lgntlon. recom- be included for the met. Also included are I but of "Outstal; ding
Ir its He tossed out another turrets -mend the releat or reprimand mailer proposed prrjscU, say the report

Frldny, during an Inter. of any member of the present Buchanan outlined the s.> i' which range front a sle recreation which wan completed prior to
,few by announcing that ht inti force, or request that any submit tory of the h-riffs. offlra t area with wayside last week'a death kull soundsto Homestead' men, Dr. ment. Dolar for his work in lected between the age of 21
. ads *o enroll along with new resignation Pearson aaid far beck at th, year HOT. h' parka at Naranja hock: Co. the Ulaudit causeway 'Id urca Pena Tom Dolar anj'the Jaycees program of meritscholarship and 36 who "had distinguished
' II)\lce officer, for Metro- "I cannot comment at this painted out tint historical!" to expansion and Iroprovaimntof parks by the goternas's cal I' Donnl' Car:/enter have been for teaching and themselves In one or more
tl ught enforcement twlalng time) the investrpati. it till the sheriff 1* an elected oft Homestead Bares rot Park, net I selected Coy Inclusion In the Carpenter as the Jaycees outstanding fields of endeavor to "the' point

The course will bo given at in progress." Clal with brake/ area and camping, } 's also maintained ihuti IMS edition of "OuUndinj young farmer of the of being outstanding
The book Is ,
t.e: isBMestrad Police Station Since the beginning of the a sailboat marina and more \tnt: the present park nyiten Young Men of America': by a year. an annual us>
for newly hired officer of the police department haul. Pearson Cap). R. A. McFarland commander boat ramps in the rolfwill\ be woefu! thirteen man National Boardof Doug Blankenship, past Jaycee graphical compilation of ap
has had the backing ol of sheriff district 4. national president who Is proximately 10,000 young tvn
ll.smeste"d and Florida City In making the report public-, ly Ina4ru i'a tc nerve ill re- Editor
(, rcei, and one or more long! four member o( the council. wa* commended for his part) County Manager Irving MeNayr -, Sidenta; to say nothing o( an Pena wa elected for hit serving a* chairman of the of outstanding. rank throughout
I
il'le officer mar take it M a But when h* submitted his In getting the new traffic light recalled a meeting last anticipated doubling in tour work In community develop- board Mid that men were se the country.OBITUARIES
refresher, he aid. resignation last Monday It installed at Franjo Rd. and February on Dade't recreational .! Ists." I

Hub 'If two more rnon ta was rejected unanimously by U.S. IBrig needs, when speaker urged Appended to the report la a

fill v whol...)* resignations of ** 823rd Air Division Commanderand Tallahassee with a unified.count'WIdl action s* regional parks.acqul'l BeverageCharges
seven Homeitead police off > It was at this point that he LI Col. Charles W. Cecil effort South Dade they include _
"rl brought to three the withdrew the resignation and director of Information at I "I believe this plan represents side the Islandia lands, 600
number of replacements ia announced that h* would stay Homestead Air Force Base, such an approach" said acres at Black Point 640 Samuel Harris E. Clark

far named. "until the Job I started It were Introduced by Eugene McNsyr. acre southwest of Richmond Samuel M. (Sammy
Pearson hIS been acting po done." Pot. The report call .Mention Height and 640 acre at Halnlin 21 of 11050 SW 78th I Joseph Edward Clark 41,
lice chief since he suspended General assumption was ,that .. Hi* expected population Drive and Krome Avenue. killed Aug. 2 In Friday\ from a heart it
Chief Thomas Hoban after Ho- te menat the police Investigation During a question and answer trowth taJS million by ISIS Another listing contains pro Dismissed wi mobile* accident He lived at 12470 SW mih

ban's arrest by his own men on which he expects to windup period Buchanan expressed (from a present figure of |sects recommended by municipalities Wednesday In Miami I : i; South Miami Heights,
multiple traffic charges. within a week and the city ill concern with\ the carnage on roughly' million.) The South Inttrttted, groups here about seven yews
Park cemetery.
His investigation of the impended budget, which will be submitted South Dade road and said a Dad urban are I* expectedto and eltlnrt. Those In South to South from Pittsburgh/; Pa.
Nine Coral Gables youth. He came
chief charge. that his at the next regular council] plan is to be initiated to try Include tern SCO.OOO of the Did inclvd park and marina from He was a retired Coast

arrest was rigged because hej I meeting, Aug. 17. bringing it to a halt I IMS estimate. along the Aart| canal, most of them the eons of prominent Calif years, ago and was a : ,presently employed
600 acres far a park and marina professional m.n. were a bank guard for the CIU
at Black Point, *.p...- i the Baptist Church, Bank of Miami.
released Judge Sylvester
Friday by of
of the University
lion and lmprvmnt" of Surviving are his wife. Man
South Dade Area Adair who dismissed Miami
South
DirectoryBeauty Homestead Bayfrant Park, .; two sisters and three bro
enlargement of C.rd Sound charges of possession of alcololle Surviving are his I Peden Perrine Funeral

Road rlsht-ol-way for park beverage which Metro Mr. and Mrs. Joe ; I, was In charge of arrange

marina, lake recreation three brothers, .*. Burial will be Wednes
and a had placed against all nine.
Salons Guard and Patrol Service I as and Joe Jr.;
area with wayside park In Arlington National cem
and permanent fairgrounds The boy ware arrested b,, Linda Mr*. Rebecca ..,.
ARDIS BARNARD'SMONITOR Narania Rock C*., enlarged Metro Officer J. Sherlock Satrday -, and Mr*. Joyce Mathii
BEAUTY SALON LICENSED INSURED BONDED I grandmother, Mrs.
park facllltle *r Homestead Cutler
the
17931 So. Dixie Hwy, Perrine, Fl*. UNITED SECURITY PATROL Municipal Park, with a roadway night near man Dwyer
Plant of Florida Power and Philrbick Stinfill
CE 5-0272 AND GUARD SERVICE opened up, and numerouswayatde
park, pullovers and Light Co. at they met for wha ami Kendall Funeral Funeral services were held
"Personillred Styling" Radio Patrol Cars and Uniformed" Guards In charge of at Philbrlck.Stinfill
plcnlt areas.Parks hey told him wt an Informal
COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Answering Servlc CE 5.3511 Radio 'R 1.1S9I and marinas are also Zelma Padget Chapel for Edward J.
p, O. Box 37 Homestead Fl .31030 .2484238 Initiation party" to Induct
for all canals empty 62, who died Aug i
proposed several new member into, the Mr*. Zelma F. A member of Our Lady of
Palm Plaza Salon mg in Biscayne Bay and recreational
Beauty Hearing AidsHEARING facilities on regional Wheel Club. i Aug. 1 She wa Rosary Catholic Church

(FOR THE DISCRIMINATING) FREE DEMONSTRATION park scale<< at presently un- of 3501 SW 60th Perrine. ha lived at 9561
Adair said there
was to
no the area from
Und.r the Direction of the Well Known Triple Protection When developed CJiapmin Field parkIn Drive Cutler Ridge
S' the King Bay area. question of the boy' technical Ind. was an accountant with the
HAIR ..
STYLIST
MR. PETERS You Buy A
7ftUB'N She I survived
by
but ha believe that their for
guilt, Housing Authority
High Coiffures
v- Fashion ZENITH HEARING' AID
tfr, Mrs. L. Pauline
arrest has warned them of here eight
coming
-- PALM PLAA BIHLDINO' V N',01.11'1I0'' FISCHER & SONS Tax Hearings the troubl. they could cause by Miami; a son, C. years ago from Washington,
tlPdlle: Ollffe HghwlrIT'n.Cl' 1.0554 141 NORTH KROME AVE. Champaign III., and
AIDS buying and consuming alcohol. C.Ha .
Boats \ I Cl 74111 HOMESTEAD Begin TomorrowThe Ages of the boys ranged from children. I is survived by his wile

Homestead City Council IS to 18. Funeral services and one daughter Sara
Janitor Supplies and Chemicals board of review to Wednesday in Van
MflXSOH will sit as a .
MARINE I MARTTHUNDERBIRDOMC
Daily Deliveries Just Phone U24720i2a8S2tl hear assessment and tax complaints "If this party was the 'harm- Gables Chapel. The body wi tent to Allies,
beginning at 7:30: p.m. leas little incident' you indl- Woodlawn cemetery. .. for burial.
TRACY CHEMICAL CO. ate it was, It'. the first 'harm-
Monday in the meeting room Linda J. "
Boats BOSTON WHALERS Swimming Pool Supplies Paper Good Service Station the second floor of city hall. ess' one I've ever heard of," I.'J
EVINRUDE MOTORS Supplies Bar It Restaurant Supplies Items for Motel on According to the charter the ho told Harry Preblsh attorney Linda J. Vanrierl, FrankA

No. Edge of Hom*<.-***. on U. S. 1 CI 7-I22C Hotel, Club School Home and Hospital Use All Types of board will continue to meet until representing one of the teen- SW 169 Ave., .
Floor Finishes Cleaner Soap Detergent. Floor Machine it hat heard all complaints. gers.. Frldl'lIlrht at the rosary will be said this
Builder Sales and Rental 22401 Old S. Olxl Highway,Gould Because of the city' Just- Air Force Base I! at 8 p.m. in the Ahern.
-- re-evaluation "However h* continued, Mr*. Vangiarl came Funeral Home in Ill-
pro.
LET'S BUILD Gift completed .I'm going to dismiss these '
Jewelers gram, official anticipate they lead six month ago for George Frank 72, who
ADDITIONS will have a number of property charges because I don't see Jersey and mad Aug. 6. He lived at 7750
WallCIKeirstead how any good can be served with Sgt. and Mr* Kendall
FERGUSON JEWELERSWatch I owner seeking an audience. 71st Street,
Call b their this their
7-3808 The meetings will continue y having on Perssnall. He was a retired owner of
record . I believe their
Watch, Jewelary & Shaver Repair nightly until all ease have been have become She I* turvivged George Frank Auto Sales
AVAILABLEGENERALCONTRACTORP.OBOX104 heard. Estimates are that the parents aware of lighter* and one Miami
328 Washington Are., Homestead, Fla. board will reconvene on Tuesday what la going on (with regard as-.: Mr*. Adrienne ; H* ia survived by his wife,

Phoned 7-4535 and possibly Wednesday to teenage drinking" Irs. Grace Franks, ; two sons, Dan and

Carpentry Painting evenings this week to hear all Turning to the boy, he warned Jew York and ; a daughter, Mrs. Nm
Lamps 2000 SHADES complaint "If you ar* apprehended glen, Buffalo, New Merlino and two arandchil-

PETER HUYER JR. LIGHTORAMAf832StinietDr. again nobodya going to be too Sincere Funeral .
harga of sung
Auxiliary concerned about helping you, A requiem Mass will be
MO 7-1941 Legion because this will ihow on your Norma Conard at 9:30 '.m. at St

Quality Home Improvements Work J For Lamps & Shades Meets WednesdayThe jail record. old Mrs wife Norma of Bobby Conard ..., the Apostle Catholic

Open Prl. Ev... Repairs ,. Accessories! first meeting of the 1964- Several of the boy admitted 01 Homestead died
Licensed I Insured CE 8.19S8 Bring Your Lamp For Flrtinoj 65 year of the American Legion that there was beer at the In- the University of

Ceramic BEAUTIFUL GIFT LAMPS AT DISCOUNT SIS will be bell Wednesday itiation but laid that most of California Medical Cane
at I p.m. at the home of them did not drink It.
Lawn Mower Sales and Service Mn. Joseph Roll at 10021 Do- Lo Angele Benjamin Cane 82, of 7721
Superior Ceramic Kiln HI mlnkan Drlvt. "I can hardly believe that The daughter of 69th Avenue died Aug 2.
g. LAWN MOWER REPAIR At this meeting, the budget nobody drank beer when there Mr.. J. E. Dunnlgan was a retired tailor.
were empty cam thrown over lead, also came here I Surviving are his wife Fran
RETAIL WHOLESALE REPAIRS MODERN SALES AND SERVICE DEPT. will be proposed and the constitution
Your Authorized Denier r for Clinton Engine and and bylaws win be the FPtL fence, and the arresting 10 year ago from ; a ion Peter of Miami
SUPPLIES A Parts for South Dad and Monroe Counties discussed officer confiscated some Funeral lervlc daughter, Mr*. Ann Tret
4k4 1295S SW 87th AYI.-Benlon Bldg. ..OTf BR G OS-STRATTON ENG NE PARTS DEALER The Cutler Ridge Unit It Full can and opened ones aa .t 2 p.m. Tuesday In and Mr. Evelyn Killerlane

238-5481 OX BROOKER HARDWARE & LUMBER CO. second In District 10 to achieve evidence," Adair noted. Funeral Chapel with Miami; Mr*. Gloria Cullen
in Palm Memorial Marie
Chiropractors 225 SW 2nd Ava. Homestead Fla.-Phone 2477321 100 per cent of Its membershipquota. Is The father of one boy a Besides her Reno, of Nev.New, and York Mrs.and five
A membership drive
Coral Gables doctor said be
-- parents, surviving .
Roof Coating Lawn Spraying In directed by Membership
progress
had asked for chemical DO
I a brothers. George, Requiem Mas wai sung
DR. WALTER D. REYNOLDS Chairman, Mr*. Merle
A Special Formula For All Type Of Roofs test for hi* son, who swore ha and Donald W, *11 in St. Thorns Cath
CHIROPRACTOR-138-6343 NEW THERMO COATINO NEEDS ONLY CLEANING Bailey. had not been drinking. The lead, and three Church in Kendall En
IN A PERIOD OP YEARSOFFICE et: was refused because the Leo Pugh of wa In Our Lady oi

HOURS DAILY 2.30: to 7:30: p.m. LAWN SPRAYING AND FERTILIZING boy were not charged with Ir*. Delmont Rougex IIrc, cemetery under the dl

W* Specialize In Controlling All Lawn Pasts I drinking -only the possession, folk, .a, and Mr. \:- of Lithgow-South Miami
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:;j For parents and youngster I County Public Schools bad tell last April Pupils in the follow

See McNayrAlmost 'drifting along with the Ideal word today; It's later than you I ing 1t 'lp' who haven't registered
that it's still midsummer, Dade think! p i ust do so by Au,. 25'
seeding of tomaties i la up'c I ed to begin within School starts this year . o the newt ten days. S Pupils who have moved
t 100 members of the ,. 31. Pupils who aren't ref
Growers are umlnded that tomato ferUUatlon shouldbe Leisure City Civic Assoclatic-i \\BusRoute istered yet, must te by Aug. into another' school area Junioror
thought of as a precision operation. It hu been found net at the Community Cdt 25 senior high/ pupils should go

that there are extra benefits from proper timing and pro I'r. Tuesday evening and proceeded All junior and senior higl to the school attended last year
which then
per placemeut of fertilizer material on tomatoes. to the Homestead Elk', schools have been open Monday or to the school to

It lies been shvwn that phosphorus fertilizer Is mott .. I Lodge: where they attended i a To Miami through Friday all summer records have been which sent they and
special tax meeting and pupils may transfer secure a .transfer
effective when placed in a narrow band one-foutih to i .
must pres nt to the school serving
MITCHELL ASKINS CHARLES IELLlN SON 01. register any time at these
one-half inch below the seed where the seedling) roots will Count Manager Irving Me I schools Junior and senior high their new residence address,

penetrate it Immediately upon germination. To prevent !Nayr spoke on the court ordered school pupils! who haven't registered Ell!.' entary pupils do not nerd

Injury ef the seed the nitrogen and potassium A!: rind be Summer, Is Exciting assessment, Favored \ by Aug. 25 may not attend tram ers but must report to

placed approximately two inches below and two laches t I M s. Funk Thomas, tissoC'lation clasier until the third day) the school serving their new .

the side of the feed. prtsltleni, said tbut Res'iUs of a Homestead survey after tardy registration. residence address. '
probably
Both of there applications should be made at the timi\ For : a majority of the &') per I related to possible com 'I Elementary school pr'ncl- I e uplls who will change I
Traveling Boys muter but service between the pelt will et In their schools 'choo.s because a new school L
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of seeding and followed by Irrigation The teed should! t i ions attending the' meetinj;,
kept moist during) the pre-germination period. were from I eisue' i Ity, an are ,:Ity, and Miami! will go to I dally beginning\ Au,. 17, and las been established or boundary

Summertime for teen-sget recent "vacation within a vtics especially hard hit by the trot torge W. Campbell annini registrations' will. be accepted lines have been changed.
for the MUml! TI'anfj.1 from that .... These pupils were notified of
officer
of Puerto Rico can be lazy days of sleeptnlate tion," when the Csngltno fart bled pr A recent relM'e from the University .
it Authority this week for tub Mont of the 18i.000 pupils expected this change last May and need
going on beach parties, lly went on a trip to a 'Ity !,- I I
reported that the most successful practice to control soil trleln movies The association will hall: i a ulatlon and study In county schools on I only report to the new school
to or to the 000 miles from luenoi
dieases for tomaUies was found to be that of clean cull \iva- hamburger and root bee Aires. away sneers! meeting on the tax sit opening da> were signed up I the first day of classes.
tlon during& the 'lot simmer months. This react ice re stand. uaUor. within the next two Some 700 replies were returned during spring registration week e First graders who did not

duced the dismast population which allowed the e to Homestead Redland register In April. These pupils
how to be announce !. District Chamber of Commerce with birth certificate to
there report
they ever got ,
produce a successful tomato >p before the disease population be a chance for a summer sal. In to questionnaires
his mother related, "becau I response proper school on Aug. 25.
was built up to a dtp.Hnwntixl level. as a grocery big boy, a baliy once they from the TrirltyThe enclosed with city light bills, PearSallToSllbnlit Pupils new to the county
These finding! would lead one to suspect that newly sitter, a car h' p, a fruit gr"V Butnos Aires got rta away, the reads/, general meeting of the which asked residents to in I since school closed In June.

cleared land holt area is relatively free of so.] c ceases worker. were almost Vie trslla." Women's Society of Christian dicate their interest in such All junior and senior high pupils
because It la corl nurlly being turned and exposed to the To still ethers It's a time I Service will be held Wednesday service. I In this group report to
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drying effect of .he hot summer weather prior to plant. to e pand horizons, explore The Asklns' son's stay In at 7.30 at the church. Mrs., Nearly at!! the replies Indicated schools serving their area on
new worlds with a pre'gram Argentina will end Aug. 28, C, B. Blackman and Mrs. Edith Interest In some or before Aug. 25. Elementary
In,. ef summer reading, or when he returns home to en Wright will be the hostesses sort ef transportation," said pupils report Aug 25.
through trips star Two such ter his senior year at South Mrs. K. A. Apelscth U in charge chamber manager James Max
Here are a few helpful hints concerning the care and are a pair of Homestead Dade. well. "Only a small scattering !Budget
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use of egg. youths, for whom Summer 'i about 10 said theyweren't Goldwatur Youth

First, the egg it perishable so when you do your 1964 his brought rare expert- Charles Ellingson Is the en Leisure City | Inter.ited.

marketing buy your eggs: last ao there is a minimum time encta. ly Gretttr Homestead youthto Shopping trips to Miami Budget talks will be In store To Meet TodayEdward
Mitchell "Butch" Asklns Is have been selected for the I '
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from their removal from the store to your refrigerator By Winifred DonaldsonCl teemed to be the main interest for Homestead City Council beginning
rounding out two months ai Valley Forge Jamboree, whichIs
7-404) among those who aa'd Aug 17, when City Brigham, Miami at
at homo. with an exchange student in Argen. held every four ,earl. Only they'd favor the bus service, Manager Olaf Pearson presents torney who heads Dade Youth
Next, store the eggs large end up in the carton tina, under the Internationa top-notch Scouts are chosen
Maxwell added. He thinks the his recommended 196465 budget for Goldwster, will address
the lid torn off. Do not store in the door of the refri Youth Exchange Program. I to go. An Eagle Scout, of the program. Mrs.the Mildred replies to the questionnaires figures for their study and I young people of South Dade at
will be
Redhead guest
gerator. To prevent breaking when hard cooking the egg The other boy, Charles El- he holds the position ef junior may be "indicative of other ipproval. a 2 p.m. meeting today at Sin-

in the shell, leave tU out of the refrigerator for 30 to 43 lingson, is back from a month'i assistant scoutmaster of speaker. things applying to Homestead" core Funeral Chapel, 1180 N.
bus trip north with ISO: South Air Base troop 444, headed Because his recommendationsmake
minutes prtor to cooking I Boat Ride aside from how many would Kromn) Ave., Homestead.
Have ou ever wondered how to tell a hard boiled egg Florida Boy Scouts, hlghlighl by Scoutmaster Sgt Howard Members of the Golden Age travel to Miami by commuterbus no drastic changes from Area counselors John Fleming
; it The method is of which was attendance al,' Sublette. He II. charter Club will meet at Pier 8, Miami If a route were set up. the 1963-64 budget, Pearson anticipates and Tommy Wilson have
from an uncooked one without breaking ? the Valley Forge National member of the troop, formed ; only a few meetings
at 9:30: a.m. Thursday fora When the Transit Authority invited all young people to at
simple and fun. Just place the eggs on a flat surface and Scout Jamboree in Pennsyl- five years age. cruise on the "Seven Sea.." mats the results ef the tabulation will be required for the atudy tend Those from 14 through

split each egg. The cooked egg spins rapidly, the raw one vania. South Florida Scouts left No advance reservations arenecellal' available te the Ucal 28 are eligible to join the countywide
slowly It some time when you have forgotten Butch left Homestead June I The Departmental budget requests
he
more Try ). However, members chamber, Maxwell said organization.A .
by bus July 9. Their trip In. lor the'upcomln, fiscal year
II for Buenos Aires, te spend I
to mark your hard cooked egg. Hunter Air must provide their own transportation expects te call a meeting ef
eluded at
stops October lot already
beginning
and I
with Mr.
the summer
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to the pier.Western Homestead merchants ta discuss -
Mrs Jose Carlgllno and theirtwo Force Base In Savannah, Ga.; have been submitted to the THIEFIN
Quoting fro-n an article by Cecil N. Smith, Professor Eustis Wlllianuiburg, how the facts might relate i
sons. One ef the sons, Ft. Vat Teur city manager, who Is now finishing
THE NIGHTAt
of Agricultural Economics and Economist, Agricultural Experiment Eduardo, was an exchange Va., Waahlngton, D. C. and Mr and Mrs. George C, to to the retail picture a compilation and adding
Station, Gainesville, Florida. st dent In Homestead last the World's Fair In Nw:: York. veil Jr. and three sons, Archie, here. his own recommendations.Because no time In any twenty-four
"FEEDING THE WORLD'S PEOPLE" winter, and he and Butch had They arrived for the jamboree's Al and Adam have returned to The questionnaires Maxwell's were anoutgrowth the budget figure hours can you be certain that

''Mo-e than 3 Dillon people Inhabit our planet today, met at South Dsdt. opening July 18, joining some their: home on Grant Lane after before of officials appearance of the probably will remain near that some shady character will
not walk off with aomethlngyou
estimated "Butch loves it there; said 53,000 boys from all over the ; a month's tour of the West. of last year, and because 1I0me..tead' .
it Is
By the year 2000 only 38 years from now Transit Authority about three But it ta the hoursof
United States. own.
reevaluation
his mother Mrs. Marvin Asking They stopped enroute In Lit- program
will be between 6 and 7 months when he asked for
world's
that the population there ago darkness that greatly Increase -
of 1815 NW Ninth Court, Fri "While they were tit Rock, Ark to visit Mr. L0vell' Is expected to add thousandsof
billion. The of this large population upon the Johnson addressed a feasibility study on some the number of such
pressure day, "lie says b. may go into President brother, Mr and Mrs. dollars to the tax rolls,
available food supply will strain the resourcea utilized in the hills the day the plane the boys," relates his mother, Lee Lovell and daughter, Linda sort of commuter Homestead bus and service Miami. chances are good that the city crimes. Long winter nightsgive

food production in many areas of the world. Although the leaves to bring him back!" she Mrs. Charles Ellingson Sr. of and Mr. and Mrs it. P. between commuter will be able to set a lower the thief more time to
dire predictions of the Reverend Thomas R. Malthus that added laughingly.! 24600 SW 129 Ave. "Lady Ba- Warrick and their chllden, Some months ago milltge rate and still meet its work. Insurance against

population would outgrow food supply have not yet cometrue Recommended for the summer den.Powell, widow of the fa nd- Donald, George, Ins Fay and between bus service Perrine was and inaugurated Miami, operating expenses Pearson theft losses will protect yon.
of Boy Scouting, was t.IUW Let us write it for you.
er
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in the Western World, the prospect is for a continuous trip by his Spanish teacher Janet and recently was extended on
Western World, the pros- at South Dade. Butch now also. They: wr Joined In Little .
the
.truggle, especially in a trial basis to Cutler Ridge.In
Charles will be Junior: at
Spanish fluently; a Rock by Mrs Lovell Sr. and a
"can speak
pect is for a continuous struggle, especially in developing said his mother. Highlights of South Dade High ibIs fall, couriA George vrarriek, lot addition to the 'question

nations, as mankind steps up his rate of multiplication. his summer have included av where he Is a member tol the 'remainder of the trip. twine' dMributiMurthfroJIomestead C-C /has provided the- "
sufficient nourishment has always
of
The provision band. made
Sightseeing stops were
Transit Authority with figures ..
been a problem of mankind. However, the magnitude has '11t" I His father was stationed at it Dodge City, Kansas, Yellow Eureka Drive
showing that from 26S North Kromo Are
changed immeasurably during the past several decades. Homestead Air Force Base until done National Park, the Mt.
south residents
4,698 are em-I I
7-5121
death four ( C
his ago
in yean memorial
The current rate of natural Increase of the population Rushmore Virginia ployed in the Miami area. '_....INII
developing natiops Is far beyond that ever experienced by .. City and Custer's Battlefield --

the developed world. Thus, for even a modest rise In their National Monument In Mon.
Ii
per capita food supply, the developing nations must attain tana.

with very limited resources a rate of growth in \ ( 'J1c'ithr '

their agriculture never reached In Western Europe and WORTH KNOWINGWe

North' America .
"Most people in the United States will remain on the heard about an agricultural
who In his travels
sidelines as the battle of the human race to obtain more expert

food is fought. But many others will be directly concerned ';V-I"__ a canoe poor upon, rundown a- ...

with steps taken to provide sustenance for the world'sexploding If .'. V farm and
population. 'The leaders of the world's masses r I i| **r% the place look- :..4nw

know that other people live better and eat better than X. '' tee ed ao forsaken,

their people do. They are not satisfied to maintain their N" b he asked the

farmer, "How
status quo. in the worlddo w


Clears Way this you place keep"
I Site Selection 1 \ The farmer a .

'" '"It pointed out a

For New Chamber BuildingA RECEPTION honored Ken- Theodore Roosevelt was ragged fellow

n.th Ira Neuman, new governor of New York for by the barn door, and said,
tractelsewhere
V.S 1 site for a new Homestead as a "swsp" for a larger the city bar mitsvoh, at Homestead two yean, then his political "That feller over there la the

.Redland District Chamber in the event vaster lands Jewish Center last opponents decided to elevate hired hand, works for me i
of Commerce building won decides to seek other civic week. The local youth cal- him to the honorable seclusion but I can't pay 'Im. In a cou
recreation or
city council acceptance Monday for which would not require ebroted his bor mitxvah of the vice presidency. .'* years he ,Its the farm.

night clearing the way for con uses highway frontage. last month et Beth Ye Roosevelt ruefully preparedto Then I'll work for 'Im until ,.,
struction of new chamber quar expensive beguile the dreary bore. I git It back." Well, we try > s x
chamber Baltimore
for the proposed huda Temple, ,
ters. Plans dom with the study of law to create a cycle, by servingyou
building, drawn by C-C Md. former horn of hi.par.nt. k f a
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by the .I
The location approved Less than a year later, however so well you keep coming
architect
U.S. 1 (Homestead member Ed Ghent, !, Mr and M,.. .
council fronts on President McKinley was back and consider us a friend, ,,
100 feet northof already nave Chamber appro- Sol Neuman of 620 NE
Boulevard) assassinated and Roosevelt not just a business Hebert '
the southern boundary line vaLThe 14 St. Kenneth will bean became president. Oldsmobile and GMC Truck
of typical '
structure, '
of city property In the big Florida architecture, will feature eighth grade student e lo.cl4111 'I..1et. 20700 So. Dixie Hwy.,'2473232HEBERT ,
tract at the southwest cornerof roofed .air patio, this fall at Homestead b ,
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a open -- --
and NE Eighth
the highway landscaped and equipped with Junior High School, where

Street Earlier(Campbell, the council Drive). had comfortable chairs or benches he plays trumpet 'in the a yy

for tourist convenience. school bond .,
tentatively a.r.ed to foot
the estimated $15,000 cit i -----1

ef construction and pevlnj
.f roadway for the chamfer Home Portrait Specialin t of
building. In lieu of contributing ;

Its annual $5,000 NATURAL COLORTHREE tM w'wM'ft
In
fir chamber prcmetlon
etch ef the nut three years. PHOTO COMPOSITE. only $9.95
An alternate site, midway be. Plus One FREE Color Portrait
tween the north and south Choice of 10 Color Proofs e''t
of the tract, was I
boundaries
CHILDREN ADULTS PETS
turned down. Chief objection let.UTTIE '
to this location which would' Phone MO 1-1679
have been preferred by thechamber O so at.u. ,r, sr
waa that an access Artvue Studios Home Portraits

road would have bisected the t

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Pearson sets esf. civil Service!Parks. Planned 0 F


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Down To ,;Stay ... : anted For For South: Dade I e I 1 I ,r rI


1 : The pliu states that r
Homestead City Minster Olaf wa C : must Immediately D2de\\ uA

Pearson put down roots this, in the on a large.ccala program
week that Indicate his stay In quisition and development of,
Homestead will be much longer: Five park and recreation land."
than It will take him to wind I
up his Investigation of the police with Top priority U given oceanfront '

department and get out; ell at properties along JiUam!
the 1964-65 budget Beach. The report point out
that thu only good oceanfront
7e ,rson lea:** I 4 bedroom I day, and beach in Did County is on .
homo en NW Ninth Court ud ed the I Miami Beach peninsula and .,'
bought a speed boat and water The Key Biscsyne, adding that
all equipment "10 my children : while keys to the south are
will be more content to stay scenic and have 'great recres:

here. ban's : toe potential" they do not DENNIS CARPENTER
good sandy Attaches.Th GEORGE PENA TOM DOUR
Asked If the two moves lately possess

moan he has turned down the.ppolntmen' which need for Manfront
aa city manager ment 'la public*beach In Dad la cru 3 Homestead Men SelectedAs

of Ro evlll.i, Mich., Pearson This claL" the report S'VL
sold, "Sure, I'm staying I plated I
sold I would when I with said. Acquiring of land In the b-
drew my resignation" Aikpd '' landla chain i* of "immediatImportance" "Outstanding In America"Three
He tossed out mother sure mend says the report
prise Friday during an Inter.! of any which was completed prior to
force last week's death knell sounded Dolnr fot his work In lected between the ages of II
view by announcing that be intends Homestead c'en, Dr. mere, I
to enroll along wIll' new mit to the Islandla causeway and George Pena, Tom Di.hr and the J I'ceel pro,,ram rt meet I sad 36 who "bad distinjuUi: ;
police officers, for Metro- "I I!1 parks by the ,overnol"'* caV Dennis Carpenter hv been schou/sh'ps! lot teaching and, taught enforcement training time; : Inet. selected for Inclusion In the Carpenter II the Jaycees outstanding fields of endeavor to "the point
The course will be given at I in It's also maintained that by 1965 cxltiou of "Out t tiding young farmer of the of being outstanding:
,I I book Is
the Homestead Police Station Sinie, : 1985 the present k.rk 7; em Young: lien of America" by a year The an annual bt'
for newly.hired officers of the police la the county will r,s "v rful- thirteen nan National Board Doug Blt/.kenship past Jar graphical compilation lOJKX of approximately
Homestead and Florida City son his ly lradi.c.uttte to Kve IU re- of Editnr\ cee national president who is ) young met
forces and one or more tang four ; 1 sides, to say xitl.lng of *naallripited na was sal cted for his timing as chairman of this of outs'andinu "'l<< throuihoutthe :
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time officers may take it as II list doubling in tour \it.t in comciuilty develop- board said that men were se .ouu t y.I
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refresher, lii laid. resign : late,' -- -- I
Hiring of 10 mare mess toM was r*. Appended !., the report I II t
vacancies crested by the tie six list of land prcpojci for ttqulsition r OB'lUAJllEs'l
wholkMli resignations' of I I -.enl. a* regional parks. In 1Jevel'ageCha.ges
seven Homestead police officers It South Dade they include, beside I
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' brought t 0 throe the withdrew the Islandia lands, 600
number of replacements 10 acre at Black Point 640 Samuel Harris J.E.Clark

for ntmtd. "until acre southwest of Richmond Samuel HI (Slmmy) Harris,
Pearson has been acting police done." I Heights and 640 acre at Hainlin 21 of *) SW V lth Court, who i Joseph Edward Clark, 48
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chief sine he suspended .. I died Friday from a heart st
\ Drive and Krime Avenue. ws.wu.4 Aug 2 in an auto-
Chief Thomas Hoban after Ho- k< n \ : I Another listing contain pre Dismissed.mohil accident, was buried tack He lived It 12470 SW iMth
ban'a arrest by his own men on tion, ( /lect recommended by municipalities Wednesday in Miami Memorial Street South Miami Height,
multiple traffic charges up I Interested groups coming here about even years
Park cemetery.He
His investigation of the suspended budget, ant cltlsons Tios' In South to South Dade ..Ixye.ra :ago from Pittsburgh, Pa.
Nine Coral Gable youth. came
chief charges that his at the DtiV Include pads) end marine from Sirramento; I He wa I retired CoastGuardsman
arrest was rigged because hej I meeting, along the Aorolet canal most of them the sons of prominent Calif, and ago was a member of presently employed
600 aero for ft park end martvut professional men, were Church ROTC Unitof as a bank guard for the Ciu
the Baptist
'", lit fi'iek Point expansion released Friday by Judge Syl- the University of Miami and National Bank of Miami
amt Improvement of Surviving are his wife, Mary
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South Homestatd Bayfronr Fork, vester Adair who dismissed South Miami DeMolay. E: two sister and three bro
I charge of possession of llco- Surviving are his parents,
enlargement of Card Sound then, Peden Perrine Funeral
and Mrs. Joe W. Harris
for ftrk hoile which Metro Mr. ; Home in charge of
I Road right-fwiy beverage wa arrange
Michael, Thomas
and marina a take r< I had placed against all nine.
and Joe Jr. three sisters
Salons ;
Beauty lion arse with wayside parks in Arlington National cem
and permanent fairgrounds at The boys were arrested by Linda, Mrs Rebecca Connally etery.
AKCIS and Mrs Joyce Mathis, and bin
Naranja Reck Co., enlarged Metro Officer J. Sherlock Saturday .
.. Mrs. Kate Chap-
MONITOR Homestead /tdmotber.
park facilities at the Cutler'lant ;
17931 So. Dixie Municipal Park, with e roadway night near man. Edward Dwyer
Florida Power and I Philrblck Stantill South Mi
of -
CE opened up, and numerouswayildo
parks, ,ull"v.,1 and Light Co. aa they met for who t ami Kendall Funeral Home was I Funeral service were held
/
in charge of arrangements. ,
Friday at Philbrick-StanfiU
picnic areas. I hey told him wa an Informal
COMPLETE Parks and marina are also "Initiation party" to induct\ : Zelma Padget Funeral Chapel for Edward J.
t for all canals emptying Dwyer 62, who died Aug I.
proposed ,everal"new member Into the Mrs Zelma F. Padgett, 83,
of
Palm Plaza in Biscsyne Bay and recreational I A member of Our Lady
facilities on regional Wheel Club. 1 Auf S. She was i residentof Holy Rosary Catholic Church

(FOR THE park scale at presently undeveloped 3501 SW 60th Place, comingto of Perrine, he lived st 9561
Adair ad! there was no the area from Indianapolis,
Under the Direction of the Chapman Field parkIn Martinique Drive,Cutler Ridge.
HAIR STYLIST ... MK. ; the Kings Bay ares. question uf the boys' technical Ind. He was an accountant with the
,-High atlilcr I gull, but ha believe that th.ii She Is survived by a daughter Federal Housing Authority for
arrest hat warned them ol Mrs. L. Pauline Sable of here eight
.. .. : _'!. (, : Tax Hearings Miami 30 years coming
i674t1nPixxieiflgimws troxbJa ; a son, C. Padgett of
the they could cause bboyteg from Washington
) years ago
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= :? ""
Champaign, III, and two grand
; : TomorrowThe sad containing alcohol. D. C.
Boats Begin I A.gtt ct the boy ranged from children. He is survived by his wile,
Homestead City Council U to I& Funeral service were held Sara
Evelyn, and one daughter
MAXSOtf will lit as a board of review to Wednesday in Van Orsdel.Coral Knight
f/l!" bear assessment and tax complaints "If this party was the 'harmt. Gables Chapel. Burial was In The body wa sent to Athens,
ThUND p't beginning st 7:SO p.m. ." little incident' you indicate Woodlawn cemetery. Ala. for burial

Boats BOSTON Monday in the meeting room 'Jt was, it's the first 'harm- Linda J. Vangterl
on the second floor of city hall. ess one I've ever heard of,"
IVINRUDE
According to the charter the held Harry Preblsh, attorney Linda J. Vsnirlerl 74, 80021 George FrankA
No. Edge of Homo,**** on U, board will continue to meet until 1 representing one of the teengrs. SW 169 Ave., Homestead died
it has heard all complaints. Friday night at the Homestead rotary will be laid this
Builders Because of the city' lust- Air Force Base Hospital. evening at I p.m. In the Ahern.
-- completed evaluation program "However, he continued, MI" Vangieri came to Home- Plumer Funeral Home In Miami
LET'S BUILD [ officials anticipate they "I'm going; to dismiss these stead six months ago from New for George Frank 72, bodied
COMMERCIAL-HOMES will have a number of proper. charge because I don't set Jersey' and made her home Aug. 6. He lived at 7750
owner seeking an audience how any good can be servedby with Sg-t. and Mr. Robert SW Tlst Street Kendall
ty
Call Wally Ke rS cad The meetings will continue their having this on their 'erssnall. He was a retired owner of
record . I believe their
nightly until all catei have been She Is Survivged by two the George Frank Auto Sales
LOTS-ACREACK teard. Estimates are that the parents have become aware of daughters and one son. They of Miami
OE..ERAL : board will reconvene on Tuesday what la going on (with regard are Mrs. Adrienne Pressnall; He Is survived by his wife.
and possibly Wednesday to teenage drinking)." Mre. Grace Frenke Mmeola, Ethel; two ions, Dan sod

Carpentry evenings this week to hear all I Turning to the boy, he warn. New York, and George Van George; a daughter, Mr*. Nancy .
glen, Buffalo, New Yorlc.Slncore .
complaints ed, "If you are apprehended Merlino and two grandchildren.
Funeral Home la In .
PETER again nobody going to be too
Legion Auxiliary concerned about helping you, charge of arrangementa. A requiem Mass will be sung
because this will show on your Norma Conard Monday at 8:30: a.m. at St
Home Improvement Thomas, the Apostle Catholic
record.
Quality Work : Meets Wednesday jail Mrs. Norma Conard 24-year Church.
old
wife of J.
Bobby Conardof
The first meeting of the 1964- Several of the boys admitted
Licensed I Insured U year of the American Legion that there was beer at the initiation the Homestead died Friday In
University of Southern
SIS will be held Wednes- but said that most of California Benjamin Cane
Ceramic Medical Center In
day at I p.m. at the home of them did not drink It,
-- Los Angcle of 7721
Dominican Benjamin Cane, 82,
Mrs. Joseph Rots at 10021 -
Superior Ceramic Drive.At "I can hardly believe that The daughter of Mr. and SW 69th Avenue, died Au,. 2,
this meeting, the budget nobody drank beer when there Mr*. J. E. Dunnigan of Home- He was a retired tailor.
RETAIL will be proposed and the constitution were empty cans thrown over stead, she came here with them Surviving are his wife Frances
and bylaw will be the FPiL fence, and the ar- 10 years ago from Lodi Calif. ; a .on. Peter of Miami
SUPPLIES : : : Iscusaed I resting officer confiscated some Funeral services will be held four daughters Mrs. Ann Tree

{/A. 12955 SW 87th Ave.- The Cutler Ridge Unit Is full cans and opened ones as st 2 p.m. Tuesday In Branam ta and Mr*. Evelyn Killerlane
'oJ' 238-S 81 second In District 10 to achieve evidence" Adair noted. Funeral Chapel with Interment of Miami; Mrs. Gloria Cullenof
n Palms Memorial Park. Reno Nev., and Mrs. Marie
100 cent of Its membershipquota.
per
The father of one boy a Besides her husband
Chiropractors A membership drive is and DiBlasio of New York, and five
Coral Gables doctor said he
parents,
-- surviving are three grandchildren.
directed Membership
In by '
DR. WALTER D. progress Chairman Mrs. Merle had asked for a chemical DO brothers, George, William L. Requiem Mass was sung
Bailey. test for his son, who swore ho and Donald W.. all of Homestead I Thursday In St.. Thorns Catholic
CHIROPRACTOR- : had not been drinking. The and three sitters, Mrs Church In Kendall. Cn
i test was refused because the Lee Pujh of Oakland Calif., tombment was In Our Lady of
OFFICE HOURS DAILY : : boys were not charged with' Mrs. Dclmont Rougtx of Norfolk Mercy cemetery under the direction
drinking only the a, and Mrs. Robert S.I of Lithgow-Soutb Miami
possesllon'l
HAGAN BLDO, 17US So.Federal he told the court. I Law of Montclalr. N. J. Funeral Home.

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School Starts On 31
1 TaxpayersSeeMcNayr August I

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>*- far rsrai's Hid youngster! County Public Schools had thin I last April Pupils in the following "

drlftiu shag, with the idea word today: It's later than you groups who haven registered .
try! t that it s sill midsummer, Dade. think I ISchool must do so by Au,. 25:
The seeding of tomatoes If expected to begin within V a.hla starts this year on
who have moved
o
the next ten days. Almo-Jt 100 members of the Aug 31. Pupils who aren't reg. Pupils school Junioror

Grower are reminded that tomato fertilization shouldbe Leisure City Civic Association 'Bus Route inured yet, must be by Aug. into senior another Ugh pupils area should go

thought of precision It hu been found t. met at the Community Center
is a operation. .J and 25.All Junior and ,e nor h.gb to the tool) attended last yearor
that there ire extra benefits from proper timing and proper Tuesday evening proceeded ElksLodge schools have Loon open Monday t,> tht, Ichll1 to which their
the Homestead
placement of fertilizer material on tom.toe.. to I through Friday all summer records have been lint and
where they attended a To Miami
It Lu booeD sh,'wn that phosphorus fertilizer is most special tax meeting. I and pupils may trsi'fer secure f trauiifer' which they.
effective when placed In a narrow band one'fourth to MITCHELL ASICiNS CHARLES CLLINGSON or register any time ei thsse must present! to Uiu; whjol: serving
one-halt inch below the seed where the seedling root will I County Manager Irving Me school: Junior and seriir high their new residence address
Nayr spoke on the court order school pupils who bwet tog' Elementary pipits' do not need
To prevent Favored
penetrate it Immediately upon germination
but must to
Summer Is ed reassessment.. inured by Aug. 25 nay not at transfers report
should be Exciting
Injury cf the seed the nitrogen and potassium tend classes until the third day the sclool serving their new
placed approximately two inches below and two Inches to Mrs Frank Thomas association I resident address.
of Homestead rogUi'ratlon.Elementary .
after tardy
Results a survey
the side of the feed. president, said that probably related to possible con act..ol) swlncl-' I o Pupils who win change
Both of these applications should be made at the time For Traveling BoysSummertime a majority of the the 400 meetlnu per-, muter bus service between the: pale will bo In 'heir schools schools because a new school

of seeding and followed by Irrigation The seed should be wen ions from attending Leisure City, an are city and Miami will go toi daily beginning Auu 17, and till been established or fcoundiry .
kept moist during the germination period. George W. Campbell plannini registrations wl'l' be accepted lines hs to been changed
hard hit by the do '
lot tren-age 'recent vacation will.in a vac specially officer for the Miami Transit -' from that day an 1't eae pupils were notified of
A recent release from the University ol Puerto Rico can be lacy days of sleepin 'I lion," when the Carlgllno fan bid" property assesiner: Authority, this we.'k for lib MOlt of the 1S8,ooo pupils ex tVi change last May n I need 'f
to control soil late, going on bco.'t partiei, ily went on a trlpII I. city 1 I ,.' The association will hold a ulation and study. peeled in county schools in ofljy report to the new school
reported that the most successful practice to drlv..ln movies to the 000 miles away froi Buenc srrcial meeting on the tax siuiJon opening day w je signed 4pduring the first! diy of class, I
diesses for tomatoes was found to be that of clean cultlvrtlon -. hamburger and toot bee Aires. within the neit t..o Some TeD replies were returned spring registration we k First traders who did n)t

during the hot summer months This practice reduced stand I I Butch said ho didn't know weeks with the date end place to Homestead Redland register in April These pupils
the disease population which allowed the rowers to For the industrial, it cen how they ever ftol there, be announced District Chamber of Commerce report wltJi birth I certificate ti I
I produce a successful tomato crop before the disease population be a chance for a summer jot b. I his mother relitetf, 'bectu: I if response to questionnaire proper school on Aug 25o .
\ was built up to a detrimental le\cl. as a grocery bag boy a bibj from the Trinity closed with city light bill..i PearsonTo Pupil new to the counts' r
These findinjs: would lead one to suspect that lI"wly sitter, a car hop, a fruit ;Jov once'"en.tey. Aires got area away, the recdwere Ite general meeting of the which asked residents to indicate : urn caPitol cl.'st'd in June
work-r Women Society of (ChristU their interest in sue
All jnlor andnlor high pupils
clta. d land! in our area Is relatively fret of! soil diseases almost !'ike trells .
Te still other"!, It's e line Service will be held Wedne. service In this git ip report to '
became it Is cortlnuelly being turned and exposed to thedryer t. expand horiiMte? .xp!.,. The Isklns' sons stay I III day at 7:30: at the church. !'olrs.: "Nearly all the replies Indtceted / Submit I shot :Is serving ;(heir area oar

effect of the hot summer weather prior to plant- new world will: e program Argentina will end Aug 28. C. B. Blackman and Mrs Edit Interest In some I before Aug 2i: Elementary I"

In*/. ef summer ,wiling, or when he returns home to enter Wright will be the hostess. sort of transportation sold pupils report Aug/ 23
r through trips af.>, Two such his senior year at South Mrs K. A. Apelseth Is in chare chamber manager James Maxwell :

Here are ft few helpful hints concerting the care and : are a pair ef ontestetrJ ;Dade. "Only e small Milter- I BudgetBudget :Goldwater Youth
I I youths, for whom Summer19M Ing .bout 10 said they
xu rf egg. experiences Charles Ellington Is the only Leisure Interested
has brought rare City weren't
first the egg !< perishable so when you do your I' Creator Heme t ad youth 'I Shopping trips to Miami talks will be in store To Meet TodayEdward

marketing buy your eggs list so there is a minimum time Mitchell "Butch Askln 1 Is to have been selected for the By Winifred Donaldson teemed to be the main inter for homestead City Council beginning .

from their removal from the store to your refrigerator ,rounding out two months ain Volley Forgo Jamboree, which C17.4043 Mt among those who said Aug 17, when Pity Brigham, Miami attorney
at home. exchange student in Angel la hold every lour years On they'd favor the bus service,' Manager Olaf Pearson presents who heads Dade Youthor
Next, store the eggs large end up in the carton with dna under the International ly top-notch Scouts are chosen of the Mrs Mildre Maxwell added. He thinks the his recommended 196461 budget I GoMwater will address

the lid torn off. Do not store In the door of the refrigerator Youth Exchange Program.The to go An Eagle Scout,, Redhead program will be the gut replies to the questionnaires figures for their study and young people of South Dade at
To prevent breaking when hard cooking the egg I other boy, Charles EI.IInelOn he holds the position ef junior ipeaker nay be "indicative of other ipproval I i 2 p.m. meeting today at Sin-
for 30 to 41 Is back from I month i assistant scoutmaster of thins applying to Homestead' core Funeral Chapel 1180 N.
in the shell leave egg out of the refrigerator bus trip north with 150 South Air Base troop 444, headed Boat Rid. aside from how many would Because his recommendations Krome Ave., Homestead

minutes prior to cooking Florida Boy Scouts, hlghlighi by Scoutmaiter Sat Howard Members of the Golden Ag travel to Miami by commuter make no drastic changes from. Area counselors John Fleming
Have you ever wondered how to tell a hard boiled egg of which was attendance at' Sublette. He Is. charter Club; will meet at Pier 8, Mliml HIS if a route were set up. the 1963-64 budget Pearson antlclpates and Tommy Wilson have

from an uncooked one without breaking it* The method Is the Valley Forge National member ef the troop, formed at t:30 a.m. Thursday for.. When the Transit Authority only a few meetings Invited all young people to attend .
simple and fun. Just place the eggs on a flat surface and Scout Jamboree in Pennsyl- five yeara ago a i cruise on the "Seven Seas'' moVes the results of the tab- will be required for the study Those from 14 through
the one reservations unecessary. vision available to the local 28 are eligible to join the county
spin each egg The cooked egg spins rapidly, raw vanla The South Florida Scouts let No advance Departmental budget requestsfor
Butch left Homestead June However, memoermust chamber Maxwell said he .wide organization.
more II0wl,. Try It tome time when you have forgotten by bus July 9. Their trip In the upcoming fiscal yeas
11 for Buenos Aires, to spend provide their own transportation expects te call a meeting ofHomestead .
to mark your hard cooked egg eluded stops at Hunter At beginning October 1st alreadyhave --
with Mr. and merchants to discuss
the summer to the pier. THIEFtom.
C e Force Base in Savannah, G*.; been submitted to the A
Jose, Carlgllne and their how the facts might relate -
Quoting from an article by Cecil N. Smith, Professor Mrs.Owe sons On. of the sons, Ft. Eustis. Vs; WlllUnuburiVa Western Tour te the retell picture city manager, who Is now finishing -. IN THE NIGHTAt

af Agricultural Economics and EconanUt, Agricultural Ex- Eduardo, was an exchange ., Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs George C. Lo. here. a compilation and adding no time In any twenty.four
periment Station, Gainesville, Florida. student In Homestead lilt the World Fair in New York veil Jr and three sons, ArchUAl The questionnaires were an his own recommendationsBecause hours can you be certain that
the figure
arrived for the jamboree'lopenlnl i 1 to budget
returned
They have
and Adam
he and Butch had of Maxwell will
and character
outgrowth appearance
EiDING THE WORLD'S PEOPLE" winter that some shady
will remain
July 16, joining som< their home Grant Laneer al probably near
on
Dade before officials of the
Mo-e than 3 billow people inhabit our planet today. met at South 53000 boys from all over tin month tour of the Wesi ,of last year, and because Home not walk off with somethingyou
sale a threemonths
it there, Transit Authority about
"Butch loves But (It Is the hoursof
from It is estimated atead evaluation own.
By the year 2000 only 38 years now Marvin Askinif United States. They stopped enroute In LI when he asked for progranis
bis mother Mrs. ago darkness that greatly increase -
that the world population will be between 6 and 7 Ninth Court, Fri "While they were then tie Rock, Ark. to visit Mr. Iveils > study on some expected to add thousand!I
1615 NW I feasibility the number of such
of this large population upon the President Johnson addressed brother, Mr. and Mri. of dollars to the tax rolls.
billion. The pressure jay He say he may go Ink sort of commuter bus service : crimes Long winter nights
utilized In the boys," relates his mothei Lee Lovell and daughter, Ltida chances are good that the elt;]
available food supply will strain the resource the hills the day the plan* between Homestead and Miami. give the thief more time to
Mrs Charles Elllngson Sr of and Mrs R. ;1Wsrrlck will be able to set a lowe:
and Mr
food production in many areas of the world. Although the leaves to bring him back!I" abe Some months ago commuter work Insurance against
Ba rate and still meet it
24600; SW 129 Ave. "Lady and their chlldei,, millage I
of the Reverend Thomas R. Mslthus that added laughingly.\ bus service was inaugurated. theft losses will protect
dire prediction yon
Powell widow of the found and operating expenses Pearsoi I
den Donald, George, Ina Fay Miami
for the summer Ferrlne and ,
not come Recommended between
food supply have yet
would outgrow then .aid.
population
er of Boy Scouting was
true in the Western World the prospect Is for a continuous .. trip by Us Dade Spanish Butch teacher now also" Jsnet They were Joined in Uttl., and.trial recently basis to was Cutler extended Ridge on
South a
struggle especially in the Western World the prospect at Spanish fluently Charles will be a Junior at Rock.by Mrs. Lovell Sr and 'In addition to the'question jEi.f;
is for a continuous struggle!!, especially in developing laid"can his speak mother. Highlights of South Dade High this fall, cousin, George .Warrick Ahe'rttnadhder nalre. dlstributlawtlweJlome-/ 1-i ;
of multiplication. where he is a member of Ifte< of the trip.
nations, as mankind steps up his rate his summer have Included t tr a itead' C-C lias provided the
"The provision of sufficient nourishment has always band Sightseeing stops were mad Transit Authority with figures!
magnitude has t His father was stationed al it Dodge City, Kansas Yellow Eureka Drive FLORtlM i JHOMKltf .1'
problem of mankind. However, the showing that from 2U North Krome AW'I.
been
a Homestead Air Force Base un Mllushmore MUSEUM
Park the
several decades lone National 4 898 residents employed
during the past south are ( CI7-512. I
changed immeasurably .
death four !
in ill his yean ago ; memorial VlrlnlaCity in the Miami area .
The current rate of natural Increase of the population and Custera Battlefield ,...-...- ..--

developing nations Is far beyond that ever experienced by s National Monument in Mon

the developed world. Thus for even a modest rise in their ana. _

per capita food supply, the developing nations must attain t
In t
of growth
rate
with very limited resources a
their agriculture never reached In Western Europe and WORTH KNOWING

North America . We heard about an Irlcul.tural ,
"Most people In the United States will remain on the trK expert who in his travel;

sideline as the battle of the human race to obtain more .M r canse upon a

food Is fought. But many others will be directly concerned ,-X* -__ I poor, runIf
taken to provide sustenance for the worlds f.\ v 1| down farm, am i ,
with steps
The leaders of the world masses Rl(r lthe place look
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population. *
know exploding that other people live better and eat better than J, ,<<' -- ed he ao asked forsaken thi t, gtk s
maintain their i'
their people duo They are not satisfied to farmer "1105In 'td a lw

status q:ao," __________ the world
do you keep

Selection Clears Way r I I w this The place farme
Site \
I i iTheodo'r& ,II pointed out .

New Chamber BuildingA RECEPTION honored Kenneth Roosevelt was HEBERT ragged silos
For Ira Neumon, new governor of New York for by the barn door, and Said,

U.S. 1 site for a new Home. as a "swap" for s larger tract bar mitzvah, at Homestead two years, then his political I That feller over there is tit
stesdRedland District Chamber elsewhere in the event the city Jewish Center last opponents decided to elevate hired hand, works for meut .
of Commerce building won decides to seek vaster lands week. The local youth celebrated him to the honorable seclu- : I can't pay '1m. In a coo ;
recreation or other civic: !e'a he guts the farm
acceptance Monday for mitzvah Ion of the vice presidency.I years t
council hit bar
city which would not require Then I'll work for 1m until
:
for construction uses Roosevelt; ruefully prepared : ,
clearing the way Beth Ye- j
night last month at .
chamber quayters. expensive highway frontage to beguile the dreary bore. I git It back Well, we try' '
of new Plans for the proposed cham buds Temple, Baltimore, dom with the study of lawLess I to create a cycle by serving tt } .
approved by the her building. drawn by C-C Md., former home of hit than a year later, ou so well you keep coming

council The location fronts on U.S. 1 ( member Ed Ghent, architect, parents, Mr. and Mrs. ever, President McKinley t ack and consider us a friend,
Hom.1 have Chamber appro of 620 NE hOW'1 business. Hebert
stead Boulevard) 100 feet already Sol Neuman assassinated and Dot just a yag
the southern valThe 14 St. Kenneth will been became president. Old.mobill'and GMC Truck +

of of city property in the big' Florida structure architecture, of, will typical tea eighth grade student C.qcl..41.! Irltoiiilca I 129700 So. Dixie Hwy,' 247.3232 g

southwest corner this fall at Homestead .
the
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of the I landscaped and equipped with High r
Street (Campbell Drive). hodtentatively comfortable chairs: or benches he ploys trumpet In Ih*
council
Earlier the
agreed t. feet for tourist convenience: school bend.

the estimated $15000 cut agit
of construction and paving 1Ar
e' a roadway for the chamber Home Portrait Specialin
building In lieu of con-
trlbutlnf its annual $1,000fee NATURAL COLORTHREE
chamber promotion In
,each ef the next three years PHOTO COMPOSITE. only $9.95Plus v /1
An alternate site, midway be- One FREE Color Portrait
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boundaries of the tract was e CHILDREN e ADULTS e PETS t
turned down. Chief objectionto EkOr.utw
this location which would Phone MO 1-1679 ,, 11
have been preferred by the
chamber was that an access Artvue Studios Home Portraits as

road would have bisected the I
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Hauwtwd CI t-alI P.rriw C. a-0011 Hoover ExplainsEditor his good wife, came to spend their witters! "
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111..1 CIsloe to fish
'D' INCREASED CAIMC ib

,."...,..(rtpUn t.tot br nuii wirt.r.by u..all.)..u- .Mkirt| ru.ntba.fat.. ......Lo.f..Month. u ...u I4i par 1 I. y My: attention has been ,called to the The Ringing Brothers with their drew
editorial entitled "Federal Lawmen Probe so great, also chose to locate their winter
.orsAll
.......Icou..... Mould b. ..d......* t. Tkt )1_. Laden 'rto Sources of News which appeared In quarters in Vile itate.
Ilea lU HomMtnd. norldi. ISOSOn issue rf' li. IVA, I
N. '> >ld.r.uo. tlvtB a0vlcnt4. ........1.. U. : your July Uncle Sam not only chose this state
.. ti r r I want to take toll opportunity to eJ.plIItllit !
'_ .. Offle*, lit Pom,. "..... tie charges made against the FRI by far a lubmarlne base, but also for a place
P."'n., rierliU\ 111 IT to lend his satellites into space.It .
----- -- I ''Ed.lor and Publisher" are entirely without
.Y Is here uL.o that many" baseball teams
foundation, and I have previously writ.
Let Metro ten to this effect to this magazine of fame come, to '-ottiiltlm for the astion'smost I
Show Us
Why In the cases mentioned, the FBI was popular gaai
C Cc not in any way attempting' to intimidate In her city: of St Augustine, Wrtoriciland
li'sNotTiucToChaime representatives of the news media' or c!n- quaint there Is a school house so

rot their activities At all times our idiom/ old it no longer eeeds paint
We are pleased to note hat former metro were strictly within our jurisdiction and Here also U located our nation's oldest

coJr.ll8t1ton'r Robert Brake llnd two uni'rersity carried out pursuant to our responsibilities dwelling, how much logger it will lar-lv

professors Halve launched a program to get ai the investigative agency of the United there la no telling
some i "Cl'apj Metro" charter amendments on States Department of Justice This hat By many of the natives her it is toM ii!

the November ballot. alwayi been the policy of the FBI and to be the truth, that this famous old city

Now that we are all facing doubled a,. will so tontn.e is long M I remain has a real fountain of youth
'' j SPssmciiU, it is only right that our present forln Inmtor.Kala'ive. Not Ur from St Augustine's famous 21

of etropolitan government bi challenged.! t> t'e' steel prlo1\ increase, old stono Rate, stands the great fort that h.

1 Ti f'rdng metro to a cone\ '8t tot the polls our Investigation! concerned till solicitation saved her from an awful fate. N-
will make : offli'interest Of ai'' the many rivers in the! land of nt
we fur leaders tell us what they c> of cooperation in a matter of
have \ the free. there Ire none more beauWulthan
accomplished and what we are going to'get to tho Department of Justice Tie urgencyof ,
for our hij >er taxes Then the people Of the situation,( necessitated that the interviews her own Suwannes.
' Y Dade County can decide once again if they ,.. .. re conducted ji expeditiously aipoMille Her many Royal palms and ,11011 fztftdtrets. n+
want be attired that our are a light to behold as they nosy
and
some more of our present form! of count .t/ you may 'I 1
? government or A change.Of reJ1ff e/l'ati\'tI obtained the Information In the. breeze,
course wan in South Dade already know on a r.ollpletelyolunul'! )' basis Not long after her brief dorm Ult arw,

wist our hlgber taxes are going to do for us. BOSS LEWIS: MILWAUKEE JOU tlA1.CJt the Presidents Commission on tile is spent, the blooming of oranges fill the

It ws explain! :,l to us by County Manager Irving Assassination of President Kennedy nquestdd air with sweet scent I
the fBI to conduct an iuvestiga, Over her highways and skyways and t
McNayr .! a public meeting in Homestead '
i Hid the answer was nothing. Ht cm 1; l i1 tlon concerning the Oswald diary Representatives trail besides, tourists can retch many

As Mr. McNayr admitted the only :mr i1U' : : of "The Daily Sentinel" and points without tiresome rides.
thingwe m Wri! I'.1..R
Texas, At all of her fine beaches of wive washed
Radio Station KEEE!: Nacogeloches/
can be cure we are going to get in the fu- _mii ;I. and from
, ture is highetaxes.. Our higher taxes now are- were interviewed In connection with an sands, many people come go
Burke Mar both local and foreign lands.
: investigation requested by Mr
n't going to buy us one penny's service
more ;g
l shall, Assistant Attorney General, Civil As worthy of acclaim as her mall
from the county because business and industry's
RighU Division United States Department rivers and springs, is her Iron Mountiun
tax goer down and the total take by the 20 YEARS AGO 52 YEARS AGO of Justice, relative to a possible electionlaw where the mocking bird lingi.

county is roughly the same as it has been for (Taktn from files of .he HomeaNirJLcidtr (Tf Ltn from fi'' s et the Svoih Fler violation. In the midst of her groves of oi'tfg I

the past three years. and Entvrpilst, I Moue '*f 'rl .y. Ida r.", ner, Sewn Dad*'* first: paws I sincerely hope that these commentswill and limes, stands the Bok Tower with its

We in South Dade get an especially raw Aug. 11, 1941.) I spec, loot '.> Friday, Aug. t, iSIS, clarify the situation, We In the FBI melodious chimes
deal for our tax dollar. In Its first helf-year of "", lIcation,) are appreciative of the wonderful cooperation Her fertile soil grows vegetables Under!
First of all the representative from our List calls went out for students to sign of the press throughout the country.In and green and the largest melon and

district sitting on the county commission, Hardy up for courses In junior and senior life Landlord Evans, of the Homestead this way, we ire working together for berries that man ever seen.
Matheson, was defeated in the South Dade distract saving at the Homestead pool. Instructors Hotel was enlarging the hotel dining room the strengthening of freedom In America. While this Is a land of citrus fruits and

but elected anyway by the countywidevote. were Manager Art McKee and Mill Mary and building an addition to the kitchen. Sincerely yours lakes galore, her deep sea fishing offers

He does not carry the endorsement of the Catherine Suber When completed, it was to teat about 40 J. EDGAR HOOVER surprises by the score.

district he is supposed to represent. diners. Other improvements Included digging Director, Her shrimp, her fish add her sea turtles
Secondly, as Mrs McNayr pointed out, A grass fire and small blazes at the of a well east of the kitchen and Federal Bnreaii of Investigation great, are more delicious than any queenor

we have virtually no fire protection, and as he FEC pumping itation prodded the city painting of the entire main floor of the Washington D.C. king ever ate.
also admitted, police protection is far from council Into Immediate purchase of a tractor building. Ltit but not least, Florida has a chain

adequate. mowing machine for use of clearing of keys, where many people live and enjoya
Thirdly, we have a long distance county weed.grown lots. Poetry From Ohio pleasant breeze.
government in South Dade. Just get yourself e Other building included a three rpom While many fads might come and goon
South Dade businessmen of house for C M. Nelson, on his lot near the Editor: the welcome band which
involved with a traffic ticket, or a building many them their way
code violatior, or a tax gripe, and in nine cases members of the Redland District Chamber school ""us.. Contractor Miller was doing While spending the winter in Florida, Florida extend is here to .ta)'.

out of ten you'll find yourself having to make of Commerce, began promotion for postwar the construction.To I wrote some poetry about this state. I am Sincerely. :

a trip all the way to the Court House on NW construction of a 14-mile extension lending a copy of the same for your REUBEN r.HOFFHAN SR.

12th :Street to do business with one of Mr. McNayr'i that would link N Krome Road it Timiaml stimulate summer sales, the J. U. appraisal. If you find It suitable for your Hamilton, Ohio
bureaucrats. Trail to Road 26 (now U.S. 27)). Free Company advertised a 15-cent lunch paper you are free to use It as you see fitI

These people: just don't like to do business Chamber manager Kit Canon was directedto bucket free with a $1 order and a glass am a subscriber to your paper and """
c over the telephone no matter how petty. contact state road officials and "talk serving dish with sn order of n or more. enjoy reading very much. My wife and I }1- Gems Of Thought |
up" the proposal and to seek the help of stayed at DeSoto Trailer Park at your city
be. .
it might
the Key West Chamber of Commerce In last aeison.
that get LAUGHTER AND TEARS
The only worthwhile thing we pushing for the extension. Real Estate man R. L. Moser rented FLORIDA THI LAND OP MANY
for our tax dollar in Dade County is an out- desk space In the Banner office and braced WONDERS If you are wise,, laugh,-HarUaL

standing school system. We can be thank- Lt. Col. Frederick 'R. Weber, on his himself for the rush of fall business that From the north to the south and from
ful that metro has no say-so in its operation. thing of which Waste not fresh tears over old griefs.
way home from active service in New already had begun coast to coast, are many
that it is time that metro be Euripides
Yes, we feel Guinea, was awarded the Bronze Star for E. A. Sistrunk purchased the propertyof this slate can boast.
forced to defend itself once again. meritorious achievement in connectionwith Rev, J. H Davis of Lemon City and No pictures no words, nor wisdom of
will have to stand or I laugh because I must not cry.-Abraham
And His time metro to the wonders of this
military operations against the enemy announced that he would plat It Into lots man, can do justice
fall on its performance over the past six years from MarchS to April 26, 1944. 75 feet wide and 140 feet long, and put it southern land Lincoln.I .
and not on some vague promises of future economies Mrs C. P. Jackson broke her hip in a on the market. He offered 18 planted Near her long east beaches of shells
efficiencies and cervices. fall at her home. After treatment at James grapefruit trees on each lot. and white sand, flows the warm gulf rejoice with those who rejoice, and
For too( long the cry of metro s promotershas Archer Smith Hospital, she was transferredto stream which makes swimming so grand. am too apt to weep with those who weep,

been, "Give metro a chance. Dade County Hospital where there was Building demands took such a sudden But let us not overlook that famous but over and above it all are eternal sunshine

Meiro has been given a chance. Let the special equipment needed for treatmentof upsurge that the Detroit! (Florida City) coast on the west, for it Is here that many and joy unspeakable.-Mary Baker

people decide. If they want to keep metro as her Injury. sawmill couldn't keep builders supplied (If our notable men come to rest. Eddy.

It is, 110 be it.

that If it would not, lets be make a change a change.for the It just better.could be Will Goldwater's Coatails Pull In Dixie GOP? I II



Atta Boy Doc TOM NOLAN heal rule of thumb out the
"
window this November
says
WASHINGTON (NEA) The "Solid
a Virginia Republican. .
Let's Beat The Heal South" a phrase which once left Republicans Republicans will carry the

helplessly bitting their lips is now a magic South and, paradoxically,
This is the time of year we love the health'authorities
slogan in GOP National Headquarters.Key that former Texas conservative -
and doctors in general. Republicans jubilantly predict that (President Johnson) will

Thousands of them from coast to coast are the 11 Dixie states Alabama, Arkansas, Flor- run strong In the liberal
issuing suggestions on how to beat the! heat. ida, Georgia, Louisiana, MusiIssippi Northeast

Here's what they say : !, North and South help keep the racial pot "The television networks
Avoid all unnecessary exertion (and Carolina, Tennessee, Texas boiling are going to have to ton
the beautiful part) such as chores and Virginia will desert
here comes
Said one moderate Democrat their computers upside down
around the house. the Democratic banner this of the picketing by the M because everything's topsy
!
Stay out of the sunlight. November for Barry Goldwater. Congress of Racial Equality turvy this year,"

Wear loose clothing. outside the Cow Palace dur
Try not to worry or fret. A Southern Democratic ing the GOP Convention in : F

Drink plenty of liquids (Of course, Congressman agreed: San Francisco: t
"I'd be surprised if Gold- "Every time the television [
they do say ,that the liquids should be non- water didn't carry every cameras flashed to those Grist

alcoholic.) Southern state," he said CORE demonstrators, It cost
In other words, what the doctors are say "with the possible exceptionof us 10,000 votes." And
ing in knock off work lilt in the shade, nuts to Georgia and Arkansas" Win or lose In November
dressing up, let someone else do your worrying In the days following Gold.water's Goldwiter at the head of the Grits
and the
and sip cooling drinks. nomination GOP ticket will help many
,
Hate to live this kind of life, folks but withdrawal of Alabama Gov. Republican candidates on
George Wallace as a third state, county and local levelsin l x'1P By OLIN MILLER
it's doctor's orders. candidate-termed by one Republican the South.Republicans.

Congressman privately are talking You area moderate la all
as "the greatest thing confidently of electing a iec- your views; your friend i
Give Service? You're that could happen to Gold- end GOP Senator from Texas strays a bit at times from
water" GOP Southern (the first was John Tower)- the middle of the road: your
To leaders report a ground swell George Bush, son of the enemy is an outand-out fanatical

Important SocietyHave of pro-Goldwster sentiment former Connecticut senator, CORE AT THE COW PALACE: Oae Democratic fear. Cbfl rights pickets aralnst' the COP. extremist
Gone the days when a
would are Prescott Bush Bush is running -
you ever thought of what Southern GOP organizationcould against incumbent Ralph This'comment Indicates where before Goldwater's nomination publican ticket, four of cain I e e
happen if garbage weren't collected caucus In a telephone Yarborough, moat liberal this observer felt the focus privately said that his the House are in real The man who wean Us
:, Of if the drug stores weren't kept open on booth and when it existed member of the Senate Dixie of attention would be-civil party would be lucky to gain trouble: Joe Pool (Congressman patriotism on Us sleeve has
Sunday or !fn the evenings chiefly tq dispense Federal delegation. rights three seats in the House of at large), Llndley Beck. something up It
Or if an occasional filling station didn't patronage won by Northern Tenneasee Republicans are Democratic leaders publicly Representatives from the worth (3rd Dist), J.J.Pickle I e
stay open all night Or proprietors of delicatessens votea. quietly pushing the candidacyof question GOP progress ,South, now expects' the GOPto .110th Dist) and Bob Casey Military officers are, by
"We've got the money, the Dan Kuykendall former double Its present 11-man 22nd Dist)."
weren't willing to never go home Or In the 11 stales of the old definition gentlemen. But
marbles and the chalk this
Air Force pilot from Memphis there.
if buses .didn't run at all hours of the night? year," remarked one South- against) incumbent Sen. Confederacy. But privately Dixie representation Alabamans of both parties Old Barge says calling t nan
i These are humble services performed by ern GOP chairman, parodying Albert Gore.Republican. they agree that the GOP has The 11 Republicans-three believe James Martin, -who a gentleman doesn't make
made fair inroads In.
already nearly defeated Sen. Lister him one by a long sbot.e .
inconspicuous people. the old tune. "And we've gota Robert Gavin Is to the solid Democratic from Tenneasee two each
once
But the men who clean the' streets and candidate who knows how rated an even bet by many bastions. Three states from Florida, North Carolina Hill In 1962. may well be- I

the Women who clean the buildings while we to use them. observers to' defeat Doe Florida, Tennessee and Virginia Texas and Virginiaare come from the first their GOP state congressman since Reconstruction Although there is 'e duty
rated safe bets retain
Key reason for the Republican Moore for the North Carolina to
sleep are Just as vital a cogin the machineryof have gone Republican Alabama for every right, you hear
their seats by observers from provided
upswing Dixie Is the governorship And Arkansas the last three Presidential talk
about
dally living as almost anyone else. both parties. congressmen must run civil rights at
civil right issue. that
exploelve Republicans art hopeful
The point is that the elections.In at very turn aid continually
person who'does his he run large as they did in
Although Goldwater says Winthrop Rockefeller, bro the Jilt two years, Republicans The Republicans have nominated 1M2. thes days, lot no
well he one ever
Job as as
possibly can, is willing and hopes civil rights will not bean ther of the New York governor have elected two TI candidates for the mentions civil duties.
.
Virginia and North Carolln.Republlc.n.
Y above all, dependable-this person is Import- issue this fall, Southerners can unseat GOT, Or- state legislators In Mississippi. 104 Southern Congressional S e .
:. !ant. Important to himself, to his family and to( privately agree that theSenator's val Faubus. A Democrat, noting South Carolina and Texas; a seats thus far,. 14 more than they'll confidently gain two House predict In current nagazlna article
society. vote against the that the civil rights issue mayor in Mobile; two city In 1962. Several of these are aeats I* each! state. Tennessee in which five
ilk, Whoever finds contentment in his work 1964 Civil Rights Act cinched is of heavy Importance councilmen in Atlanta and rated good bets to unseal incumbent GOP leaders feel that were given to cop with ways!bor.
Is is the fact that it would be. In Arkansas disagreed: the entire St. Petersburg del
and needed a success. Democrats Robert James will down dom, by far the best
,,* And don't forget it the next time some They feel that and Negro picketing demonstrations less"How can named anyone much egation to the Florida legit A veteran Texai, Representative Clifford Davis Democrat; In. was omitted to wit: Take way a
a guy Rockefeller lature. a Democrat noted: the flllv District long often
looks
other pasture nap as u .
I .. greener. throughout the summer will -hope to out eeg l..ubul" One Republican leader who "With Goldwater beading the "You- can throw your poll- nectsaarjr.

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I They Were Among Vizcaya's Little Ladies', Mrs.Celebrates70thBirthday Sullivan 'Women's News


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/1 V1'Slrilll R. Williams, Editor

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Mrs. Homer SJlLvn was
ea honored with s surprise party
Win Tuesday evening In her home Engaged
.' TopHonors on NW Second Street. The occasion \
celebrated her 101 b
birthday \ s r,
Mrs Sullivan family gilh
Bred for barbecue dinner: I
j t Av; r aI She received s shower o: birthday t u I
gift 1 I
I 4i Present were Mr and Mr II
1" r Finn of \'!'zc \'I's "Utt)< La. Ovid Sullivan, Mrs. B. J Tin r If I

diet from South Dude walked fey and daughter. Tamara and
Kijla, Mr. and Mr. Fletcher
t \
way vita honors til: year f
'- \ Bryant and sons, Edward and
the annual :', VI. \ ,
'''!lIt ways .. r
Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter ,
Garcia-n. ; Sullivan and daughter, Julie, *
: r;
ev / Mr. and Mr*. Robert Sullivan Td"i s:3' f
; a'
i' 'P t Two listen, Julia and Terry uj II" I and five e lldron, Cathy, Mary,
:
y Johnson, daughter of Mr and .' Beth, Jeamic. Barbara and
".. .
i'1 \ Margaret, Mr. and Mr. Charles
, I Mri George D. Johnson of SW
\, '.. Sullivan and two children, Nancy .
'H
w 178th terrace, Perrlne, won : ; and Patty Mr. and Mr*.
t top boots Julia I"ed 8, (.lt>ced James Sulllian and iaLhter! ,
.t : ; J JI. X second In the Ux; : i seven are r Edith Mrs Bob Br swell, Mr,

.. ), categci/ Terry aged 1 pUct t'l't. ..;'.:. \ Joseph BoJJen and children! .
tflJ, ,\ Lisa, Benin and Joe Mn EI.
.d" f tint lii the eight lit nine cats ) \l};
and
i/ : 'j'J."J'" mer SulUia diu-aAter
\
<" gory 'I''r. I; : Clara B.. Mr and Mr, Russell
(
/ I ..,1 "" 4 \ ,1 Home and Mr. ard Mrs Fred r.r
ttrl Two Little LaiJiri' rrterllu l\cbs Sr.
'. i,, t from the Metro Cutler Rlaj 4 it H ,p .. I: ----.-
1\
\
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..
: \ creation Cent-r, were *t

Ifl, {' .. IS! AuxiliaryHolds
,
,
I honored in the JtUittollsnd
:\ parade. /
I 9, daughter ot Mr : if \ It. ,1 ,,1IIf" Meeting
ant, Mr. Marvin M. Mulhollandof o"T" ': .., .r
1 1f Condado Iliad, Cutler JUdge, \ ; I 1'Je' Auxiliary! of Arrant-
was one of 10 fltnlists Anne. 'tl. ,:, Smith Post, Veteran of For-
mule Sklablt 8, daighter ofIf elta Wars, held their August
r. and :M.... John Skiar.La, Jnru 1ft. \ meeting *t the Post Home.A .
.r r ; .ilc* Drir', Cutler Ridge, > as Ijt ; J :! !\ 10''j' new member, Mrs Angel r
r e t one of two i bird place ",Ian.,rs. ,j.1t. : \, 'I ins MIcale, was welcomed into -
., ,j,. the organization Mrs. Loretta
,Y Each year 'Little L.dles" .1 ..,'. Mann president, announced Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Valencia of 23601 SW
t1 r from Dade Couity, dress as .. that Mrs. Florence Dcnby, was 187th Avenuo, Homestead, announce the en I
I M aulU and participate In the THESE TWO Cutler Ridge girls won honors in Vis. home from Doctors Hospital gagement their daughter, Zenaida Paulineto

annum parade,event entertainment, which Includes, refreshments a. ccyo's "Little Ladies Day' pared Jody Mulkol- In Coral Cables, where she un Walter Owen Bradley Jr., son of Mr. and .

THESE SISTERS, Julia Johnson, 6, (left) and Terry and i tour of Vi/caya land 9, (left), was one of the 10 finalists. Anne- derwent surgery and was recuperating Mrs. Walter Bradley of Birmingham, Ala. Miss

1 P'' Johnson, 8 right) won top honors at VIzcaya's marie Sklanka, 9, (right) woe one of the two third Member satisfactorily celebrating, birthdays Valencia graduated from South Dade High
"Little Ladies Day."Julia placed second her cote- place winners. Jody i 11 the daughter of Mr. and were honored with s party School in 1960. She attended Judson Collegein

gory and Terry placed fint in her category. They Mrs. Marvin M. Mulholland. Annemarlo Is the They were Mr. Mary Vlcnsr Marion, Ala., and is now a senior at St.
are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Johnson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sklanka. (Staff Ruth Godwin, Mrs. Shirley Luke's Horpital School of Nursing in New York
Jr, of Perrlne. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer) photo) Dreyfus and Mr*. FIe Blair City. Her fiance graduated from Marion Military .
Institute in.1960. lie is a senior at Auburn

:'I" University and will be graduated from the
/ Julia Peter MarriedTo Mr. And Mrs. Sweat School of Business Administration this month.He .
'*f is member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. No

rr' : Observe date has been set for the wedding.
\, Anniversary .
Richard C. SawyerMiss

I Mr. and Mrs. P P. Sweat of The couple celebrated the occasion Local People See PlaysMr I

A! Julia Ann Peter, daughter uate of Key West High School 401 NE 12th Street, Homestead, with a vacation trip. They and Mrs C C. Carpenter Marine Studio at Jones Beach.
observed their 25th
of Mr and Mrs. Maurice G. and Is employed by Southern weddingannivenary motored to Omaha, Neb., where and daughter, Mar go, Mary En route home they stoppedin
Peter of S490 SW 158th Street, Bell Telephone Company there. July 29 they visited their ton, Airman Lambert and Mr. John Barker I Charlotte, N. C., for Margo
ij Southwood area, became the t.C Alex Sweat. They also visited and daughter, Jade have re Carpenter to have a abort vacation .
> bride of Richard C. Sawyer, son turned from In'eight-day vacation with relatives. They
: of Mr. and Mr*. Malcomb S''Iyer Delta Mu place of Interest in Chicago In New York City and made the trip by plane.
of Key West, Au,. 1, In Kentucky and Tennessee North Carolina

Christ Congregational Church Has An Ice Mr. and Mrs. Sweat were While In New York they via Pump RepairsAll
In Miami
y Ited the World's Fair and saw ,
married in Miami and have Models
Broadway' biggest bit comedy
Cream r lived in Homestead aioce 1948 Sprinkler Swim Pool
,'" Rev. T. N. Tiemeyer performed PartyAn llf "Hello Dolly" starring Carol .Sales and Service
Mr. Sweat if engaged in farmIng Channinf
before an the altar 3 o'clock decorated ceremony with old fashioned Ice cream They are member of South They also' taw Guy Lornardo IMPROVEMENTS MAEOR'SHOME
social was the August summer Dade Church. '
standard basket of white spider .. ,event held by member of Delta Baptist s hit production "AroundThe I 21590. Dixie/ 238-53821 ,
mums, gladioli and sgapanthu Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma The couple have a daughter, World In 10 Days" at the _
*. Mri. Maurice Crlswell, Phi Sorority.The f aaf" ; Patricia, and three ions,James,
organist, played the traditional group gathered at the :\ a student at Miami-Dade Jua ..
( Iitj nuptial music. Homestead Woman ClubhouseFor for College, and Perry of *.rwarww, >..m'4
r.. Ice cream, cake and cook. Homestead, and Alex in Omaha,
r Given In marriage by her father ies and an evening of game MR. AND MRS. SWEAT They have two grandsons, Per
the bride won I full Prizes at games were won Wed 25 Yean ry and Randall Sweat.
.
)+ length sheath gown of white by Mr*. Cecil Hendenon, Lt.
embroidered pique. It was fashioned Walter Bigelow, Mrs. Connie
/ with scoop neckline com Peter Mr .
Dolly Streets, Mrs.LaMar
1 __. There's a
tar plemented with white enlaced Bevls and Dick Edmond u s --
ribbons and cap aieevei Her ion PRINCETON CHRISTIANDAY "" pretty BOWFRTEDRJCH
.T shoulder length veil of Illusionwas Party guests were Lt and '

attached to I white pique Mrs. Walter Bigelow, Mr and -... j at our tats
band She carried a bridal bou ,Mr. Dick Edmondson, Dr. and I L.
quet of white daisies, carnations Mr*. Dudley Reed, Mr. Dolly I .
and English Ivy. Street and Mr*. Connie Peter II SCHOOLCorner :
r

Miss Jamie Beaty of Miami, r

was maid of honor. Miss Kathy CalendarOf __ tttamisL _
Peter, slater of the bride, was ( Bayview and Coconut Palm) f
bridesmaid 1
r 't riPM'I, I They wore short lace trim. Events
med dresses of fine cotton fash I REGISTER NOW -' '' IrISOoOOO
toned with flared skirt They SILVER PALM Methodist
rr. wore matching band with short Church WSCS Circle m/et a.r r !
circular veils. The mild of hon follows: CIRCLE 1-Aug. MON thruFRI.-9.00-12:00 a.m. can hardy
or wore yellow and the bridesmaid 2:30: p.m., at the church Program ...... .. even hear K.
MRS. RICHARD C. SAWYER wore pink. Their bouquetswere Mr*. Held Holmes; I L1. .1!
carnations and dilates to CIRCLE 2-Aua. 10. I p.m. 2473107Kindergarten
(Julia Ann
Peter
) match their dreises home of Mri Roy Wittenwyler,
Kenneth Wallace of Key West, Princeton Program, Mr. Syl
wa best man. Ushers were via McAndrews. CIRCLE 3- ,.,.,.
Friends Fete Miss RoweA
Gary Home and Herbert Fordof Au,. 10, 8 p.m. at the church. ( f r._
Key West and James and Program, Mr*. Joanne McMilan .
Grades 1 thru 8
Mrs James L. Corby end shower of gift were assembled Maurice E. Peter, brothers of CIRCLE -Au,. 11. (::30 '
Mrs. Sam Bateman honored oa a table decorated the bride. a.m. home of Mr*. Howard i z Qualified Dedicated
.
Mini Lorraine Rowe with S Cross, Silver Palm Drive Staff But you can
with three and white
pink umbrellas
bridal shower Wednesday evening The reception for 100 guest AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONof A feel It.
In the home of Mrs Corbyon and flowers Refreshments followed at the home of the Retired Person will meet C Bible Clones Ummm..aflthat
Holiday Road in Cutler were served following bride's parent Aide la the Aug. 10, 2 pm at FriendshipHall t t
Ridge an evening of game dining room were Mrs. Clarence of First PresbyterianChurch 4 Weekly Chapel :::; cold aid

Miss Rowe of Cutler Ridge, Guests were Mrs. Alfred Buhl, Peter and Miss Cindy Kerseyof N. Krome Avenue and I .
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Rob Mr. Frank Buhl and Mr*. John Homestead, and ,Mrs Mag. 18th Street. Transportation"CHRIST
ert.Rowe of Portage Pa, will Rowe, sitter.In-law of the bride- gle Russell of. Key. West FAR SOUTH Chanter 101 ofNARCE i
be married to Michael Curtis elect, of Homestead, Mrs. Ralph S37 meets Aug The Key to Knowledge"Custom And Daddy
McPherson, Homestead Air Ross of Key Largo, Miss Beverly After a wedding trip In the at 2 p.m. In the Homestead N"I
Fore Bile Aug 22, in Our Koval of Kendall; Mrs. state the couple will live In Key lions Guard Armory. _.I ._ 1 say ItSAVES
Lady of Holy Rosary Church Ruth Ashbury of Miami Beach, West KM
In Perrine. Mis Jean Woodrow, Miss Margaret Mn. Sawyer I I.a a graduate of MONEY
Sweeting, Miss Doris Tomeciek Palmetto Senior High School k'4 'causa
and attended Florida Southern i CENTURY BRICKThe
Mn. William Roberts, '
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Mr*. William Walker, Mrs Jack She has been employed in the costs so BttJe
s.ft4.y.... CentrWMnl T- office of Dr. Lester Archer in Miracle Brick
Pogue, Mrs. Carl Scboefield, Maionry- Facing to operate
fLORIDA flOMttt I'Mrs. Donald Curry, Mrs. Thel- Perrine Her husband 1 I. a grad

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both living and traffic areas of all type of
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y + 1 1i Y + I Also Amass Fly fishln" with the wrong weight line

I is like trying to eat soup with a fork hard

' Figlit Card Set waik with httl" to show for it. Only when the

; Of Firsts weight of your line matches the action of your
Lois rod can you achieve the smooth, effortless deliver

For I ;' that is one of the joys of fly fishing.
t Thursday: Until recently lines were classified accord

\ In Team PlayI ing to diameter. An HD1I, for example, was any
i line that from "D" diameter in the
Boxing fans will be treated nutchoj .. all the bowl tapered
to a fine match Thursday night should please the crowd. I Little League mid-iilection U "11" diameter at each end.
, when Al "Knock Out" Jones What is might weigh is anybody's guess.
I The fight expect s All Stars back home after being -
Lx ,. :,.M takes on John Ancon for the promoters Now fly lines are given numerical designations -
r good turnout since the last eliminated In the quarterfinals -
I South Dade heavyweight crown. meeting of the two clubs was of lUte championshipplay according to weight. Let's see how this
Both boy have been training its records and simplifies things.
well received. They hive planned totted up
!or this fight since Ancona took eight matches In five different discovered it has amassed! a Say you want to buy line for a new rod
a narrow decision from Jones aright classification number of "first" and broken whose maker recommends a "6" weight line.
at their last meeting. it least five records set by' Gladding line company offers these choices:

e Jones fights\ for the Homo- On ef the top prelim I Iseapect.d former Little League All Star L-6-F, DT-6-F, WF-6-F L-6-S DT-6-S and
match between
te be the .
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steed leys' bring Club of Donnl Bvrdlck and te ms.This WF-6-S. There letters represent lines of different -

trainer Willie Brown, and ,.,.. Vorsaloe Sumler. Bwrdick I Is year's All Stars were diameter, tapers and densities, yet the
cone I I. with Tony DICIcce'lHemeitoad pretty good hard hitting the first to win the district casting head (the first 30 feet) are all of the

leys' Club. fighter, but Sumler I le developing championship over teams from same weight. This means that all will match

The names of the fight club nicely a* a boxer. northero Broward County to your rod.

are similar/ and the type of Sumler has the disadvantage Key West. As for the code letters, they are simply

SAFETY TIP l It it only good sense for the kip. fighting of both clubs Is lm- from the standpoint of weightat They were the first unit abbreviations: L-level; DT-double taper; WF-

per to itoy tied up at the dock until smell kids ore 11.1'n/ that the boys are all I 202 pound compared to Bur From here to go t. state finals weight forward (torpedo taper) ; F-floating,
fattened Into their lift jackets, like this well pro good clean fighters interested dick's 212 pound. at Gulfport, Fla* where, and S-sinking.
t.cted youngster. in the sport and receiving train- The early action of the fight, they wen a tight Z-l, game e e e
leg from men dedicated to the
development of good fighter, will probably determine the '. '. ,/ .ver Sarttota. To make a baiting needle file a slot in
that
winner. It'a almost certain /
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Mint of the fighter appearing The team played the dedication the eye of a large darning needle. This makesan
will out
Kurdick slugging
come
S. Dade Schedules en rhurtd/ night'' 'chile) Sumler will be waitingor .. :";" ,;" game at AI Lang Stadium easy chore of drawing hook snells through
card will be wedrJovc t tj there and chalked the stadiurn's '
pretty him! to tire and then move ,. ,,; up baitfish when rigging for trolling.
-- -- / first hit, first home run e e 0
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in with tome good punches.The s
1---- and first win in tournament
: Football Physicals SeasonDivided fights will be at the t VY56y 4 W; I play. Attracting; fresh water fish by baiting or
lonu'sU-art Armory Thursday luring is perfectly legitimate In Florida Waters
: at 8.30: p,m. In district competition, this
TOPSIDE. Sam Tarovella but don't try the same for game birds or
Physical examinations "ill be over the work as quarto'bark Into -- af Miami, a polio victim, year's All Stars recorded Home animals as the practice is illegal.
to all athletes [ out .ind looks like good stead's first win over Carol
given >> going a prospect \iVasiders-Kebcs Under certain
} hit axerche from conditions attracting fish
for varsity and junior vartit Had J will' oe a jurlor i and MeMichieN :I gets City In the past 10 year
teams at South |)ade High a armor. It looks like Three PhasesFlorida Lead In Suniland surfboard riding. Only ha through baiting can make the difference between
Scbool Monday. Aug 17 at 71 the :*o boy may be vying for does it the hard way In district play It broke an ordinary day's outing and a successful

pm. the tOil\ spot. hunters will have ahreephase Softball LeagueThe upside down.Conlcy records Ml by former Homestead fishing trip. Actually baiting fish is as old
for teams, and at thesenew as the hills but it is surprising how many fishermen
Coed Leo Martin Mid the I Martin said he would like to season migratory recerds
pllwaIJm be given In the hate two good quarterbacks to dove hunting during the wayslders maintained To Toss Sonny Houscr got 15 hits In are not familiar with the process. While
!98465! seaion, according to many of the old baiting methods are still in
locker rooms and to doctors strengthen the team. There i'l heir lead in the Monday night 20 times at the plate.
will be on band. also a chance there will be a A. I). Aldrich director Game softball league at Suniland Recreation Ken Kruppa hurled three wins use, the practice has taken on a modern look
'and Fresh Water Fish Com First Hall In with of the commercial fish
couple of transfer students Park by downing the -the most any one pitcher has some new foods
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Spring .1. ended with who may be good team pro' ir.lmlon. Goats 5 to :3 In one of theclosest chalked In Southern District Attracting fish follows two general meth.
....,. 40 begs, but Martin The first phone, will be up
pect open played game* at the Softball TourneyThe pi.y. ods. The first of which is to provide suitable
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says he nticip.t.j at loait for dove hunter Oct. 3
park last week. habit to attract minnows and small fish
Scoop Week batted the
100 fe hew for the falls Practice will start Tuesdaythe
up through Nov. 8. The second
.I On Tuesday night the Rebels most home run fer the series which in turn attract larger fish. In bodies of
1IeM. This figure includes 18th with morning and afternoon phone will open Nov. 14 and t fast pitch softball tour
blanked the Falcons to 0to
the (I.irfiier varsity. II! llon.. i run through Nov. 29. The third run their unbeaten string to nament gets underway Wed -three-and the moil In water with limited plant growth the construction

Marti i* trying to build up the "phase wilt be open lec) 19 I games. The Sheriff continued nr day night at Municipal ParkIn one |ime-two. of brush piles has proven to be an aid
The following week boys Scoop's two shutouts in district
the two platoon system and through Jan. 4. to attracting fish with direct benefits to the
their hard hitting barrageand
will put on their pad and tart Homestead with Mayor Rich play established another
vents to have at least a SO I Shooting will be allowed overwhelmed the fishermen.
body contact scrimmages Jaycee ard J. Conley on hand to throw record.
man squad. from noon until sunset of each 18 to 4. The Sheriffs have lost The recond system of attracting fish is
The three boys made beadlinea
Eddie McMichacl mimed Martin said he and the other open day. Dally bag limit for' out the first ball. Pregame
the
two games during season. In the St. Petersburg Independent by actual feeding. This baiting is usually with
spring practice because of a coaches are ready to start now dove will be 12, with a posies- Plnclands beat R.M,A. 23 to 12. ceremonies are dated for 7
broken bone in bas left legConsequently but school regulation prohibit lion of two days' bag. Tuesday when an cotton seed meal soy bean meal, or with a com '
In other Monday games South p.m. with game time scheduledat ,
Interviewer presented them as mercial fish food. While this feeding method'attract
Hall 19
Randy took any activities before Aug Other rules for migratorygame I
Miami Heights and Holy Rosary 7:30.: The second Is possible league stars of
game major
--- --- -- IWNNNINNNNN----_ during the 106465 season battled to a 15 to 13 tie while minnows and small)) fish, the food valueof

FLORIDA CITY are at* follows: Kendall wiped out the Jones scheduled for 9pm. tomorrow Headlines the two-column the bait also attracts some of the larger

PURE OIL SERVICE STATIONJOE Rail (marsh hen and gallin-\ Boys 70.Monday, There will/ be too games story read: on panfish and catfish.

FISHER (New Owner) I uld. *II,Srpt, ( through Nov. League Standing played each 'night of the tournament "Stoop, Ken. Sonny Look Fish do have a tendency to congregate ata
8 13, with a dally bag of 15, and W L source of free food and
u, Mo..Bypass, Fla. City which runs through Saturday Ahead Little League Today many fishermen
4 Woodcock total poasesslon of Nov.80.14 and Wayilden 8 1 The winner will go toWinter Tomorrow the Majors."The maintain several baited hot-spots for the days
TRUCKERS open S. M. H. 5 1 boys hays their sights when the flab don't bite
Haven to compete for Caution should be
I close Jan 2, with a daily bag Goats 4 3
the state championship and the set on a career in the major used 'n distributing fish food
so not to
e Complete Truck Mechanical Work THEe limit of 6 and total possession Holy Rosary 4 3 as place
state winner will go to Hunts leagues, and even have picked too much in location
Truck Tire Repair e Lubrication TRUCKERS of 10. Kendall 2 8 one otherwise the food
Diesel !Fuel e "Truck Toil" Oil I ville. Alabama for the regional out the team they want to will sour' before the fish have
Pure STOP
L Snipe, open Nov. 14 throughJan. [ones Boys 0 7 tourney play for" the article said. an opportunity
2 with a daily bag of 8 Tuesday League Standings Theme of the three Home to use it.'the .
24 Hour and total posiession of 16. Rebels ( 0 The Barnett All.Stars, host stead boys' comments was "We '
JfSL. 247-9101 Road Service Daily hooting hours for Station 4 52 team for the tournament, have 're not here for a vacation; motel pool at an after-game
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We Give Top Value Stamps With Each Purchase" rails, woodcock and snip are R. M. A. 4 4 been state champs three timesin we've got to work." swim party Good Hunting
.INNNNNNNNINNNNNNNNM-NNINNN1MiNM/NNNN..MNIMN' N"INIINNIINNINNNNNIINNNINNI, W NNN11.W IINNNNNNM/NNNI from sunrise until aunaet.I Pinelands 2 4 the past five years and run. The Homestead team was the "Somebody has to lose In ev
laycee's 1 S nerup twice first to register at tournament cry game," one team member Predicted
I Falcon 1 8 The VFW team of the city headquarters, The Colonial Inn commented philosophically,
fast pitch league will participate in St. Petersburg Beach, near 'This time it was us."
Wash ,Machines in the tourney along with Gulfport, where games were Did the loss shake their ret In FloridaThe
Womeh 'are Salt, and ServiceAll four other team from Key played in the new $150,000 Lang Bard; for the same of baseball?
West to West Palm Beach. Stadium Not at all, they chorused.All .
I I Make and Model The out of town teams include Alter winning Its qualifying 14 of the All Stan are outlook for a successful
!ly
New and Used
\\J Sus NABOR'S : Pompano Reach, Key game over Sarasota Tuesday 12 year old and the state tourney 1964.65 hunting season I la good.
Lake the HomesteadAll their last The status of Florida's game
HOME IMPROVEMENTS West Worth and West night, was appearance
hood saves Palm Beach. Star team lost a heart- a* Little Leatuers They'll be bird and animals at midsummer
21590 S. Dixie 2385382SHill
breaker 1-0 to Century on eligible for Senior League play may be classified a* healthy -
QUILL PENS Wednesday, despite scoring next Spring, and already they've and robust, however nature
The Supreme Court of the threats that continued to the tried out" the larger field hold the key that will
United States still\ use quill final seconds of the game. which i* standard for the old determine It Florida wildlife
; pens made front the feather Despite their disappointment er boys passes a complete fall physical.

of geese. These are made the boys exhibited fine sportsmanship Deert More numerous than
after strict specifications laid and wound up their ever and apparently thriving
V down by Chief Justice John stay by dunking coaches Buddy throughout the State. Several
Marshall Booker and Chuck Griffin in area report that deer are becoming

a problem, and other
previously closed aiea will be
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open to deer hunting for the
first time '

Turkey: A good hatch id
most sections and if the young
FREEI poults are not damaged by adverse
weather, the wild turkey
will against be a prime target -
for the sportsmen.
i Quail: Generally plentiful
We like women customers ot Coral Goblet Federal. You'dbe with aucceasful early and midsummer

surprised how many of them either take car 'of the late hatches hatches will probably Success make of

family sayings account at Coral Gable Federal or split the the difference between a high

Job with their husbands. or average harvest.
Betsy Ross heroine of one Squirrel; The midsummer
of the more picturesque ofAmerican tUtua ia good, the fall population
Th. notional average It 63 out of every 100. They have = folk tales, was born will depend on the condition

the patience to ralte children. and also to watch a, savlngi .. In Philadelphia in 1752. She of the acorn and other
: married John Ross whose mast crop With suitable hardwood
account grow from little,to big. uncle, George Ross was a areas! the squirrel can
signer of the Declaration of be expected to hold its own under

At Coral Goblet Federal, women like to nave both In : Iif11' :'4 Independence. She and her roost condition
: { w: husband were upholsterersby Dovoi A slight overall nationwide
person and by mail, and they like the dividend soring earn ,,,0"n trade.. Increase! ,which U reflected

4'/ % per annum, paid' and compounded four time a year. O e IHYC""ie hlhanke' in the two bird Increase
in the daily bag limit.
No year't wait for this full rote, cithers If you get your ; -- '" Duck A small increase lathe

"tovlngt' In, on or before the 20th of the month, dividend start 15 ft. Fiberglass Boot Johnson '40' Murray Tilt Trailer i Completemo: breeding population may
offset spotty breeding condi
retroactively! from the lit of that month. I' lions The fall flight will de-
i send on the summer rains

maintaining good water level
in area where the level was
Come Sec Often
Register. low.
CORAL GABLES FEDERALSAVINGS I Rail: Marsh hen population

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NO OBLIGATION-TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY. PAINTING la rail good which except show lor considerable the sore

decline. Gallmulo seem to have
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1 Announcement* 13 Mole Help Wanted 11-" Kindegertens :25: Home Builders -

: Boys And Girls Honored ''COOK, .hort-order, breakfast LITTLE Kriende Kindergarten,I I I ai RepairmenFIRST

i t1" Social Notebook ] IP THI LAST tour numbers of experience, must be fast Cutler Ridge Baptist Church quality painting Inter
your telephone number la the reservation
Permanent job with advancement now accepting
tame ss one of our lucky fall sessIons trained lor or exterior, 17-years en.penance. .
See Mr. Cox Dsrby'i for the
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\ by Virgini/ R. Williami With Trip To Owaissa Bauer numbers call CI 7-2321 for Restaurant, 29920 S. Federal workers, fenced playground .- CI. Insured.76220. Free estlmatea. .
your free movie tickets to Hwy. music classes, refreshmenu
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tile Palm Theatre or Breese. dally, bus i transportation HOUSE paintin.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kulp ter-in-law.) Mrs. Eula Wills. An honor trip to Camp Owaissa I 'fay Drive-la Theatre. DRIVER salesman, some kale provided. For information reliable, for free single estimate story CE
have returned from a six They were joined there by Bauer for a three day program Cut-l' background preferred. Excellent call CE 8-0754. 94289 or CE 8. 1867.
Sincere of crafts and camping *-A Personals position with local firm.
week vacation. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick MT. Olive Lutheran Klnder-
r la Pennsylvania at the home and daughter Cindy of Home- atmosphere was awarded to Perrine 482 PeiTin Employment Ave. CE Agency 82341INTfcRVIIW :, garten registration! Aug. 20 McMICHAIL A SON painting,

of Mr Kulp'i k .?, i stead. M rL Sincore la a sister several boys and girls from Ridge ELDERLY lady wants to shire 9am. thru 12 a.m. Phone Work guaranteed, licensed
:) two brothers r of Mr. Scarborough. the Cutler Ridge Metro Recreation furnished, I bedroom horn for subsidized CE 8-119111I. and Insured. CI 7-1844.

and his mother Center this week. The By SYLVIA BARBER In Pleasure Village, ED 8M3S sales position. Prefer college
Licensed
PAINTING. insured"
S. affiliations mar., Musie-Doncing-Dromo
Mrs.Elizabeth campers were the children who CE 5-1441 religious: 19
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: Mist Barbara Wardlaw of earned highest points over the ned over 29 must be Neat and clean work. Buford
r R. Md. former 4 Coin Collectors permanent resident presentlyemployed ) GblTAR Piano and Accordion Adams, CI 7-3969.
Kulp, a for Silver Spring, summer in attendance, participation I must have car lessons, Mr. Helger. Pianos
mer Home.stead Homestead resident, Is vacationing cooperation and sportsmanship. Mrs. John Sullivan of Cutler Call 667.7936, for appointment :, tuned. CI 73442. SCREENS. repaired, replaced; :
resident in South Dade. She Ridge Drive and her three A COMPLETE service for coin to take our aptitude: ex Guitar Inions. I porches, patios or pools CE
ORGAN.
Beth Britton collectors .Investment lots, PIANO
They Is visiting Miss ions, Michael, Patrick and rolls animation Ask for Mr. Sidney House of Melody, Dade- 5-8030.. .
and Mr. and Mrs. George Among the outstanding girls singles, proof sets, gold i
also visited Charles, returned recently froman Miami
& supplies. Homestead land Shopping Center 1..ltm.ltt-
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Knoblauch In Homestead and and ,boys were Donna Wetzel, extended visit with relative MAN to work on poultry farm., 38-A
Mrs. Kelp'sbrother Exchange 1338 N. Krom MO 7-6427.
Donna Knight Dianne Hill 20001 S. W 248th St. Cl 7' PropertiesA
her grandmother in Miami. ,
True on Grand Cayman W. L It has TeL 248-0012. Oren 10 to 6
O. Sheet and Mrs. Williams She Is the daughter of Mr. Laura Watson Elizabeth Dean, been several years since Mrs except Sunday 7429. 21 Special/ Services
and Mrs. Dwight Wardlaw, Pat Winton Kathy Burr, Stephanie LARGE duplex on Avocado
who wen former Sullivan has returned to the REAL Estate salesman, expert
family, Lester, Lynne Llnnett I 12 Femole Help Wonted ADDING MACHINES Dr., 2 bedroom 1-bath each
residents of Florida City and SeeHeinrich island where she grew up and enced with FHA-VA Sissies Typewriters, new, used, re side, $3500 down, and enl
farmed here Becker, wbo spent Bruce Knight, Steven Indianer, she found Impressive change I and financing. Kay'Lowy. built.l Bought sold, rented 117,300 total. South Dixie)
They spent some time the past four months with his Tames Buckley, Richard Mat!-In population and building 1 Au'b experienced. Caribbean Inc. CE 8-9803. Authorized Remington Sales Realty, CE 81616.APARTMENTS .
hews, Steve Summers Jeff Key Largo, 23: ml- S. Dade 01 .
sightseeing in New York visiting son-in-law and daughter Mr. growth SERVICE station attendant, service supplies.
lea S. Homestead. Phone 852 N.Krome 8.unitgood ;in":
Creaseman Fred 1224
DeGregory flee Machines,
G. Runken and
Falls.High and Mrs.
Roy and
I Watkins Glen must be married. Salary :
and Patrick McCole. 8001. Ave. CI 76422. Repair come producing, near center
Falls, White Face Mountain three sons, Freddie, Chris and commission, references. CherIe all makes. of Homestead. Owner leaving
and Ausable Chasm and Jeffrey, left Friday for his Paul Schreiber, recreation O'Malley Hits COOK, experienced food pay, Shell Service, 30400 S. Fed. area, priced
through the Corning Glass home in Darmstadt, Germany leader at Cutler Ridge, waamong good hours, living quarter eral Hwy. CI 7-6636. EDGING $1 tint time, Me quick sale. Mr.- e ftIClf7r
Gilbert' Fishing thereafter. Also lawn service 7358.
and Watkins Salt available
Center the leaden
at this honor
Camp Jewfish Creek Key SALESMAN Used ears, good reasonable. Call CE 81849.
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to his he LARGE 2 bedroom
Plant Prior departure trip offered by the Dade duplex
They went up Mt Washington was honor guest at a dinner bounty Perks and Recreation McNayr OnReassessment Largo, 852- 787. commission only Base set-up.Motors Experienced Inc., ELECTROLUX sales It service Owner must sell. One tide

in New Hampshire, party given by Mr. and Mri. Department COOK, short-order, breakfast 24141 S. Dixie Hwy.. Prince. F. E. Shaw. 513 NW 8th Ct, side rented will at 170 be a available month. Other
then to Acadia National Park G. R. Sunken at their homeIn I experience, must be fast. ton CI 7-9342 or CE 86892. Homestead. CI 7-5972.! 15th. Bargain at Aug,

and Bar Harbor, Me., the Naranja. He was also fetedat Representing American Legion Permanent Job with advancement HEAVY duty tractor It disk Easy terms. Call CI$12,500 7-H02,
only oceanside National Park a barbecue last Saturday Auxiliary 315 at the 10th I See Mr. Cox, Darby'sReataurant : TRUCK driver local area de service. D. G. Peebles, CI 7-
29920 S. Federal liveries. Year round for 4491. WANT to own a grocery store'
in the United States. at the Roy Runken home on District School of Instructionwere Hwy. chemical company. Call CI Have a building on US 1 I.
In Massachusetts, they visited 308th Street, and another civ- Mrs. Ernest Martin, Aux. 7-5327. LAWN mowing, Homestead Goulds. Perfect spot for
historic Plymouth, Con en on the evening of his departure liary President, Mrs. R. Wade By NICK GATANIS COLORED Need Jobs? Maids, area. Evening CI 72829. atore similar to 7-11 next to

cord, Lexington and Cape by Mr. and Mrs. Seward District Chairman and County Commissioner, Tom Come live-ins,eadac wr.k i'errlne etc TRUCK with Drivers local, excellent firm. A positions fine LAWNS fertilized edged trailer camp. CI 7-2951. Box

Cod. In Provincetown they Jamea S. Thompson at their Irs. John Finder Past State O'Malley said In a meeting at Employment Agency, 482 opportunity. Perrine Employ mow e d. machine swept, 632. Goulds

climbed the 2S2 foot Pilgrim home on Tennessee. Road. resident The school was held the Villege Green Civic Assoc Perrine Ave. Shopping. Cen ment Agency, 482 Perrine hedges trimmed, trees toppet 39 Farms & Land For Sale!
Memorial Monument and en Sunday at the Harvey W Seeds ation that reassessment has ter. CE 8-2341. Ave. Shopping Center. CE 8- & removed, sprinkler systems -'
route home a day was spent Henry James Doll celebrated Post in Miami done more to destroy Dade, 2341. repaired. Sand top soil BY OWNER 10 or 20 acre

visiting museums and high his 86th birthday, Aug. 5, bounty than any other move LUCKY Number 3039. WHITE Service Station atten & gravel hauled and spread i !grove $2250: acre' Cl 7-5279
lights at Gettysburg, Pa. at the home of his son-in.law Personals in Its history. I Middle if desired. CE 5.7328.MIMEOGRAPHING I
w Mr. and Mrs. aged, 39-B Acreage
and daughter, Capt and Mrs. William W. DENTAL assistant trainee rtl're IeDTrtOU : : Guaranteed)
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Neuman Fred Wignall on Card Sound Tomlinson of SW 188 Ter. and About 150 residents of the young, attractive, excellent Homestead and Goulds. top quality work, prompt ACREAGE to buy or sell see
and ion Kenneth of NE 14th Road. During the day, members heir two ions returned Sunday VIllage Green area, off Bird opportunity Perrine for the right, girl 482 service It most reasonablerates. or call Kay-Lowy, Inc., 20456

Street have returned from a of his family and friends from a vacation which followed Road and SW 117th Avenue, Perrine Av Employment*. CE 82341. YOUNG education mechanic high familiar school ._ : _. Roy Haynes CI 7-3994.1 S. Dixie Hwy., (Opposite Ri
t month's vacation. They spent called to congratulate him. their family interest In United attended the meeting held al with or better house machinery maid? Cleaning iron. chard's Dept. Store). CE 8-
their former tales history. They visited Wllamsburg. the Crown Bowling Lanes on EXPERIENCED bookkeeper,typist packing NEED a 5803.
some time at Among the guests were hit ability to weld. CI 72315 lag babysitting, full time,
> home in Baltimore visiting two sons, John of Naranjaand Va. for the third Bird Road Tuesday night and for local branch officeof or American Conveyer Corp. part time, live-in, live-out.i No SEE me about Country Acreage
i relatives. They visited the Chester of Coconut Grove time and Yorktown, Pl., the heard O'Mally blast out at world'a: largest prn.t control fees to you. Carefully screened Hwy. property etc. Ale.
New York World' Fair and and his daughters, Mrs. W. culmInating point of the Amer. County Manager Irving Mc company. benefits 14 Mole & Female with references. Perrine tha M. Campbell, Reg. Real

while in New York City saw O. (Naomi) Wood of Key ices Revolution. In Washington, Nayr' handling of the tax asessment. naurance include and pension.hospitaLization Interviews Help Wanted Employment Agency, 482 Estate Broker. CI 7-3958.

r the Broadway play "Funny Largo and Mrs. Fred (Maud) the family paid its respects attbe 9 to 8 p.m. Orkin Ex- Perrine Ave. Shopping Cen. Tower
10-ACRES scarified
Girl" starring Barbara Streisand. Wignall of Card Sound grave of President Kennedy. O'Malley said, "In my opinion termInating Co. 80 N.W 1 St. HAIR dresser 60% commission. ter. CE 82341. Rd. approximately on 1-mile

Returning to Florida by way the whole thing was handled Beverly's Beauty ED 6-9617. POST HOLES-shrubs, fences, fro.n Aerojet AdministrationBldg.
of the Outer Banks the Tom- and the future of Dade EXPERIENCED waitresses ov.
House guests of Mr. and wrong clothes lines & drains. Orin $2 500
insons visited Nag's Head and County is In jeopardy because er 21. Apply Roma( Restaurant BEAUTICIAN guaranteed and NW 9 Ave. Cl 7- : bargain per
House guests last week of Mrs. W. Guy Caskey of NW 645 N. Krome, Florida Smith, 321 acre Mon CI 7-8547
commission. Part full time.
climbed the tallest lighthouse in of It or 6267.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sincore, Ninth Avenue, have been Mr. City. '
NE Ninth Street were Mrs. and Mrs. W. F Billingsley of the United States on Hattaras. "It will effect the buying, 9-8651.11545 Quail Roost Dr. CE QUICK Wash Laundroma 40 Homes For Sale

Sincore's uncle and aunt, Mr. Boonville, Miss. tiling and manufacturing In RECEPTIONIST typist, part I daily from .8 a.m. til .10pm. Homestead Area
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dade County for time and full time, good op- open
and Mrs. James A. Deas Sr., Warford many yean SALESMAN! If you want to supervised, eon-
of[ Dominican Drive and their to come," he added. portunity. Perrine Employment : make selling Real Estate Fully; ATTENTION newly assigned
money
Fla.
of Fort McCoy Airman 2C. Walter Sullivan Agency, 482 Perrine' dAt' ned air, drop off service,I Military Personnel: let
enthusiastic and us
six of and
children the are
and his wife and returned recently O'Malley gave history colored TV children's corn3r
daughter Ave. Shopping Center, CE 8- ad. I help you get settled, we are
from a two week the "Tax Reassessment" and hard working answer this & mack bar. S5 SW 8th St.
Mrs. Maye Walker returned Julie, spent the past camping trip 2341. We will train Sales ability located Just outside the hOI.I .
last week from Forrest Park, three weeks with his parents, through Florida and Georgia stated It started back in 1961 only requirement.you. Cur Homestead. I pital gate to HAFB, sales &
Ga., where she visited her Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan, tate Parka Among the parks when the duPont Interests filed SECRETARY, Light general office rent expansion SEWING MACHINE repairs rentals available for Immediate .
bookkeeping
son and daughter-ln, Mr. NW 14th Street. Airman Sullivan they visited are Juniper and a suit against the county for experienced., fine opportunity. Per- South' largest :frtlr! Free checkups or all makes. occupancy. Carnlne-Coop-
\ and Mrs. Joe Scarborough returned to his duties O'Leno In Florida and Indian unfair assessment of propertyin rine Employment Agency organization has created op 35-yrs. experience. 1yr. free er Realty, Broken. 3362812or
and four children. The Scar with the Air Force In the Springs In Georgia. Dade County. 482 Perrine Ave. Shopping enings. We offer unequaledopportunities service on all repairs. C. J. CE 8-3444 or CE 54001\
borough family accompanied Azores. His wife and daughter Nothing was done about this Center. CE 8-2341. and facilities. Dallier, CI 71629.
The Rev. and Mrs. George until 1963 when the Hunnicutt Call E. J. Marter, CI 7-7221, BY owner, 3 bedrooms CBS 100
Mrs. Walker to Fort
McCoyto returned to the home of Dameron and their enterprises were paid $400,000 STRONG white woman to take The Keyes) Co.. 220 N. Krone, TRACTOR mowing: Sickle :bar x 100, 9 years old. 2 utilIty!
three
visit Mrs. Walker's brother her parents, Mr. and Mrs. children to Dade charge house & care of semi- Realtors, Hom ,teufi or whirlwind. Cl 7-5803. rooms, carport, horse stall
County's ,
and sinter-ui-lawr, Mr. and T. H. Duggan in Tennille, Karen, Beth and Vanesa reassess Invalid sister, reasonable salary -I I Beautiful section of Redlandi.
Mrs. J. A. Dell and her sis-' Gi. returned this week from a 327,000 parcels of property, a 2 in family. CE 3-4192. lSWork WontedFemaleCHILD TREES trimmed topped, re Air conditioning, new storm
five week vacation trip. They Job which they estimated would moved. Real., reliable, exper., sash and .
sprinklers. $12,950.CI
f stayed at the Long Island summer take one and a half years to TWO Barmaids, Driftwood Bar Dynamiting. *-42 79461.
I & Restaurant 353 N. Flag care In my home, $8

I Bible School Begins home Hadden of Mr.of Cutler and Mrs.Ridge Wilam complete Then, McNayr in January, in the 1966.role of ler Ave. Apply In person between week. CE 5-3323. 22 Insurance BY OWNER 27400 SW 166th
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5 No
I Ito 11 aiL p.m.
home Avenue Extra large & new
and visited the World's Fair. tax assessor, met at a hearing CHILD care my hour INSURANCE Problems. for
..... ... I They visited In Atlanta Ga. state the assessments must I phone calls.WAITRESS day or week, Infants up. CI all kinds of insurance pro. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened
MARY SIMPSON """'- -- patio, Vt
By on acre
and In Cramerton, N. C. with be doubled for a "just assess experienced arm 79489. grams, annuities & health insurance One. garage$122
mortgage, monthly
The South Miami Heights Mrs. Dameron's ment" on properties in Dade service, good hours, good call Joe Stingone,
HOUSEWORK own transportation.
PerrinePhone i parents. 1 all. $1200 down no ciscing
Church of the Nazarene at 110th pays
t' said. money, no Sundays. See lira. CI 7-4999.Prudentlal Agent.
[ County, O'Malley CI 7-6495 after 5 p.m. cost CI 7-2844.
Street and Eureka Drive will He also stated that the Coun Cox, Darby's Restaurant, '
start a two week Vacation Bi. : CIS 5-8531 I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wain. ty Commission could say nothing 2B920 S. Federal lIwy. IRONING, 1 day service in my PRUDENTIAL Insurance: Life DUE to illness must sell 2 bed.
Education, family, retirement
ble School for home, CE 84395.: 1 bath furnished,
Monday, room, ,
ages .. wright of SW this decision because
184th
,. Ter., Whlserlng on 13 Mole Help Wonted and estate, consultant. Call
I large Florida
319. The classes will be held room, carport.
Pines and their two the office of tax assessment WEEKS or days work. Call CI Joe Kavanaugh, CE 5-7668 between
30221 SW
172nd Ct. Come -
from 6:15: to 8:15: p.m. spaghetti dinner on Saturday, sons, Ralph and Chuck have re- 'does not need to answer to bARTENDER. for :fhcillcra: 7-3817. 1 tt 5
." Mrs. Ralph Hughes i the superintendent 22 at References ir : I p.rn.
August starting 7 p.m. at turned from a 3,324 mile round anyone on any decision made of 25 Home Builders
>i in charge. She the Perrine Community Build. trip throughout the Eastern his type." Inn, Homestead, Florida. I WILL care for children In my & Repairmen HOMESTEAD 426 NW 7th St ,
home for mother.
;:, will have the following people ng at the south end of the Per United States The day after the decisionon CARRIER Boy Immediate,I CI 7-6633. working $12,500. 3-bedroom home per.
:' assisting her: Mrs. C. 0. rise Shopping Center. Mrs. Jo.seph the tax assessment O'Mally enl carrier In AAA Construction or additions. fect condition 32x34 Artist
class Mrs. : la1.0r irla'tt Call Wally Kelrstead, CI 7. Studio shop attached, Ins pee
Woody, nursery ; Mancuso li chairman of ill
: Mr. and Mrs. Owens Joyner said he made a suggestion to 16 Work Wonted-Mole 3808. tion invited. CI 7-
George Springier, kindergarten the food committee.Personals. I and daughter Donna of 21710 the County Commission to DepU CI 7232LSHOP I 3001. Gallagher,

.' ; Mrs. Walter McDonald, I SW 111 Ave., Goulds, recently change the doubling of tax assessments NEED job bad Hauling trashor ADDITIONS remodeling I and
6 juniors and Mr. C. O. Woody, returned from a vacation trip in to only an "increaseof anyithhg. Have 19M 2 new construction of all typesby INCOME property In countrv
junior high class. Mrs. Benjamin Koval of SW and the 10 20 for THESE ton stake truck. CI 7-8282 licensed and Insured con 3 houses on 2% acres, all
Georgia Carolinas. Among percent or percent
186th St., South Miami Heightsis anytime. Lot
I The classes will Include an tractor. CE 3-3895. furnished and rented.
relatives close assessment. But
Bible lessons and in South Miami Hospital for they visited' a just of fruit trees. 17000. Shown
emphasis on were Mr. Joyner's twin sis- this suggestion did not get any BARGAINS PAINTING odd jobs clean, FRANK I Delk Painting licensed bv appointment only. OwnerCI
Bible memorization and crafts major surgery. fast $200 hour. Harry Temple
Workmanship
ters, Mrs. Mose Porter and attention by the other commissioners. and I Insured. 78000.
for every age. Those needing Daniel In. Henry Miller, and their Cl 7-3001 aranteed, CI 7-2237
Mrs. Loffler of SW
call the

,>, transportation pastor.238-3294.. Rev A.can W. Williams, Heights 190th has St., returned South this Miami week amilies. fore O'Mally the new pointed assessment out that, the be. Classified Display |1 Classified Display *|1 1 fc Classified Display !* Classified Display *

e I I with her three children, Dan millage rate was 41 plus and I
Legal Nolice hat even though. that rate is
Keith B. Drake will fill in ny, Venetla and Lenny from a
at the pulpit at Peace Methodist six week visit to Los Angeles, lowered to 18, Dade County J
LEGAL NOTICE will be paying almost 2/3 thetax !
Church in South Calif. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS monies collected from the

on Mr.August Drake 9 and Is Miamlllellht'l Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daogllnj Nolle li NAME....b'LAW. ... that the 17 counties involved In the
and their two nd.rilmi.d.. d..I.I... to ....u* In Southeast Florida Flood Con-
of Cutler Ridge WantedIn
student, who
pre-minlsterlal bu.I n..sund.r the tIItInmnamn Boy
rol. Before the reassessment, Paper
will be attending Florida Southern -I children, Kathy and Paul have 0' 8p.r1.il Company at mass 8.W.
at Lakeland in the recently returned from a 2500 85th, ?......., ?..nle. .Did. C.....-, Dade County was paying only
College a,. Florid.. Intond.e ...1.,.. mid0o0 1/3 of this tax.
fall. I mile camping trip throughoutthe with ,.. .1... of the.
S S Eastern part of the United Court of D.d. County, .. In a question period restlents -
Own... asked the commissionerif
St. Rita's Women's Guild of States. Accompanying was WILLIAM A. CI..U"j
there is anything that can
Touth Miami Helgh's will hold Lori Morris. Allf. I. 1*. SI. S*. 19t4
be done, even though the as-
essment has been made law.

41't5b wstl .' OMalley mentioned the decis- Your Neighborhood !
Ion can be brought to the Ap-
pelate Court "but the best thing

? any of you can do is to send
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I in your assessment card if you

feel your satisfaction.assessment" ia not to Because of the expanding circulation of our paper we have openings for ambitious

fOur boys aged 12 to 16 to handle a morning paper Route in this area for THE NEWS

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In Homestead, wet In Jacksonville with top executives of American Motors Cor. w. .UI sot M .mpsanlbIs l.snas.
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40 Homes For Sal. 40 Homes For Sole 40-A Homes For SolePcrrin..CutIerS.M.H. 47 Apartments For Rent 47 Apartment For Rent I 48 Homes For Rent 48-C Offices For Rent I 61 ArtIcles For Sole

Homestead Area Homestead Area I I Homestead Are. Homestead Area Homestead Area I I rI

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NEW, air-conditioned, 14131
$45 month, owner. Total $flIlIlI. $100 down VA resale, 3.bedroom FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart UNFURNISHED bedroom LEISURE City, 15420 Hayes 5 small bedrooms. frame. 122 2-bath, carport andHa. ment. $65 a month WelliHome ; plex, stove, refrigerator air FOR-RENTi 3 bedroom. 1 bath. Call Mike Keys, The Keves $20; CI 72585: .

Lane, like new 3 bedroom, 'tere. S.W. 3 Ave. Florida City room. Completely recon! I Rentals, Cl 80215.: conditioned place for washer, with stove refrigerator Co.. Realtors, Kendall, 607.6H03 DOUBLE bed with box springs,
$8030.: Owner 428 NW7tb Feld P. 0. Box 233: Miami dltioned. Kay-Lowy, Inc.,, $85: month. 931: NW 3rd Ave washing machine. 1328 NE !! ( $20; dresser fc chest $20. CI
__ _St.. Homestead CI7-3001 Beach 40, Florida. Or rent 20456 S. Dixie Hwy. (opposite FURNISHED bedroom apartment Cl 80293. 1 Terr Homestead. Annie B 7-8812..
Richard's DSiO: : with utilities. $70 month. Smith. Cl 76563.FURNISHED : : .
;) 48-H Warehouses for Rent
LEISURE CITY 2-
bedroom new" section. $250 down $43 a month. Love CE 85803.: ly. Orange Park Apartments,, UNFURNISHED 3M rooms, 3 bedroom house EARLY American desk, $33.
carport awnings.air bedroom home with good location. 503 NW 6th St' '
ly 1
N. Krome Ave. & Silver Palm Coffee table, $35 stools and
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conditioner, screenec 1 bath, large lot 2 porches.
Florida fully furnished $1000 below cost Whlsperin Cl .
porch. 3031, CBS building 2000 square feet!
Dr. accesnorles, Baby bed S10.
porch. $600 down Cl7-oeU'1 91 S.W. 5 St Cl 76110.
no qualify fI
2
lot Ac Pines 3 bedroom bath
large landscaped ask for Tony.UNFURNISHED. available for storage. Reason 8741 SW 188 St. CE 5-8119
ing. Howard Perkins, Real now I family nJaraf: tI cen FURNISHED bedroom apartment FURNISHED, 1 bedroom effi able. Cl 74922 after IS pie after 4 p.m.
Latate. Cl 71343.
trsl air carpel 2 bedroom apartment or weekends.
cooking gas and water clency house In Florida City
LARGE 2 bedroom home, 28 built in appliances sprinkle furnished, car shelter, $M Stove and refrl. Utilities furnished. Military, EARLY American couch and
LEISURE school base Cit, 2-bedroom near foot living room, IB foot dinIng system $17,500 total CE 5 month. Adults. 143 N. Flag gerator. 2 miles from base"CI preferred, $63: Call CI 7- 49 Sleeping loomsHom.oteod swivel rocker. Reasonable.

term, shopping 14810$95Suitable Fillmore Only room$11,200., large corner lot 8522: By owner. ler Ave.FURNISHED. 7-1498. 6094 after 5 p.rn. I Ana CI 7-0564:

La.. Cl 7-0683.( : $14,500, 4 bedrooms 2 baths 2 bedroom duplex. 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment HOUSE for rent on Biscayne EARLY American couch, good
TWO nice 3 bedroom home Florida room, garage, 4 airconditioners 639 N.W. 12 St. Cl 7-8337. $::10. 141 NE 2nd Rd. Lr. CI 7-7241. MEN only, In Goulds, $7 week condition $60 9x12 green
LEISURE CITY section 5, 3- with large lots, adjoining pro large come Cl 7-3387: Kitchen privileges. CI 72931. $20. CC:;
bedroom CBL large Fla perties. Reduced to sell fast! plot CE 5-2444. FURNISHED 2-bedroom apart MODERN bedroom home -t641.eondltion
room air-conditioning. $11,- Each under 11000. For more mem $65.: 105 NE 2nd Rd. I ROOM efficiency apartmen carport fc utility room stove LEISURE City room In private '
BOO with $1000 down a 7. details call Peggy Carney aCl $16,000 value only $13,8001! Ready Cl 72777.FURNISHED. $40 month; 2 room furn.shedapartment fc refrigerator. Cl 7- 76.: home with private entrance, ELECTRIC apartment stove,
3028.. 77221, evenings, Cl 7 for school 3 bedroom, 2 I $50: I month; large $10 week 01 7-5910. $30. Good condition. 2480721.
3836. The Keyes Co., 220 N. bath. Redecorated. In beau apartment $80. 4 room furnished apartment NICE 1-bedroom house utilities -
LEISURE City, 1 bedroom with Krome Realtor's Home tl'ld. tiful BelAIre One mortgage utilities Included. Nsrsnja., $70 month utilities furnished furnished $80 month. CI 49-A Sleeping RoomsPerrineCuflerS.M.H. OAT Milk. Call after IS p.m.
Screened porch $230: down, no closing costs 1964 tax Cl 77477 after 5 pm. I washing machines available. : 77239. I CI 75008.RANDPA'S.
approximately $50 month 40-A Homes For SoleP.rrirn.Cutler'S.M.H paid. Geo. AnieLmo, Realtor Flamingo I Lodge, FlorIda
Valencia Realty. ct 7-3993: 24 noun CK 11-IR.\R.( FURNISHED apartment, $::13. City. NICELY furnished 2-b droom HOTEL ROOMS $8 week G Trading Post &
Doria Rhude, home, Cl 78586. -, 446 N.W. 7 St. Call Cl 7-2353: home like new Inside and out single, Simmons beds. Bs- Pawn Shop, 26750 S. Federal
: 40-D Florida Keys Propertio I and 2 bedroom furnished a, Large rooms carport. In center shore Motel, 22400 S. Dixie Hwy, Naranja. We pawn
I A BIG new list of VA resale FURNISHED small apartment apartments $30-53-63: : 141 of 2 lots. For rent yearly Hwy. CI 7633.: buy soil or trade. Cash for
LIKE new 3 bedroom 2 bath with only $100 down, quid. air-conditioned. 153 N. W.! N.E. 2nd Road. Cl 73S87: just right l for businessman I old gold & silver Guaranteed .
air-conditioned, refrigeratorand possession Call us for adrensea. ACRE lot fronting on 100 foot 1 St. Cl 74046.FURNISHED i or officer, no pets, ad expert watch fc Jewelry
range, fenced back yard I South Dixie Realty, paved road, 20 miles below I AND 2 bedroom 'apartments ults. 243:! NW 7th Ave. In LUCKY Number 4333: repairs. Fins hand engraving.CI
1032 NW
Call Mary Hoffman at Cl 7:' CE 81616.A1Rronditioned. arathon. CI 74959.: duplex, also efficiencies sleeping quire 238 NW 6th Ave. 74722.CE :
9th St. Cl 2807, Cl 73.20.1 rooms available, sll furnish ROOM in home for rent. Privileges.
7221, eveningi Cl 77369 3 bedroom 1 2- 1 SMALL house furnished In 7. CE 8-3677 evenings. .
ed. Reasonable istes. Cl 1-BIDROOM furnished apartment stove and dryer; Westinghouse
N. Krome
The Keyes Co., 220 FURNISHED J-bedroora
in exclusive Pirates Cove area, Key Largo
bath bsauty
Ave. Realtors Homestead. No adults 7433 9 to 5; Cl 7-4383 $60; 2-b-droom duplex refrigerator; table, 3
: neighborhood. Features garage Florida Keyes, $50 per month apartments. pots, ROOM for lady in private home I
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after 5.1BEDROOM $73; bedroom, 2-bath house chairs. 18621 S. W 305: St
only. See them day except CE 5-7198.
utilities.i Boat right any
6 refrigerator
range you pay
LOOK at this! Fully furnished $100. Dickinson Realty 31
ll nicely landscaped ground on the bav M2-W65! : to nee Sunday. 211 NW 8th St. nicely furnished,,
HEARING Air Batteries
bath home 73534.1BEDROOM : Fis
Cl
1 bedroom, NW 14th St.
large lot with many fruit and'' with bearing fruit trees. Lowdown Phone Q 7-7144, George W. near air.base. All electric, 54 Business OpportunitiesLOCAL cher fc Sons 141 N. Jerome
Lots For Sol Smith.
pine trees. Only $230 down payment and monthl; 41 walk-In closets, $70. CI 7' furnished house Ave.. Homestead.
and $43 s month. Hurry and payments less than rent. See HOTEL LEE Nicety furnished 1780. on private estate 3 miles battery manufacturlni,
call now. Peggy Carney at this one today. Carnine- CORNER lot, SW 5th Avenueand .! apartments, efficiencies It 543 north of Naranja. No children shop. Complete repair am IS DRINKINO A problem with
Cl 7-7221, evenings Cl 73838. Cooper Realty Brokers, 338- SW 5th Ct. cash or easy I. room. $10 week, $30 month 2-BEDROOM furnished.Homestead. no pets, $75 month. Cl manufacturing Will teach' youT 400,000 happy ex-prob
1st Ave
The Keyes Co. 220 N 2812, CE 8-3444 or CE 5-4001. terms. WA.2-7244. I fc up. a 7-6526. NW 74481. 29 N. E 2 Road. lem drinkers (many of them

Krome, Realtors, Homestead AVAILABLE Aug. 15th 3 bed LOTS. tone B-l, $1000 each LARGE 2 bedroom furnished BEDROOM furnished, 2bsth electric completely washer,. 2-BEDROOM, stove fc refrlgerstor ; MOTEL for sale, 20 units, pool,, men business and women and ) professional nave found

LOVELY HOME, 3 bedroom, room home In South Miam Valencia Realty, CI 73993 sprrtment, $83: month for 633 NW 1st, St., Fla. City $83 month; furnished $93 TV, air conditioned 20 miles sobeiiety In Alcoholics Anonymous.
Heights. Only $72 month pay long term, Merritt Arms, 104 month. Cl 73039. south of Miami $23.000 down, They understandand
Florida 78278.2BEDROOM.
Cl
S bath, huge room; : TWO lots In Freds Addition.
everything after a small dow NW 12th St., CI 7-7358: see unfurnished balance mortgage, illness, details can help you. No fees
Callri73378 BEDROOM CBS
wall to wall carpet, drapes, payment. Carnine Coopei II. agent in Apt 1. furnished apart. 2 close-in. $90 month. M. C Kent Motel, Goulds. or dues. Phonj HomesteadED

throughout Central Air-Con Realty, Brokers 336-2812, CE 46 For Sale or Rent ment, washer fc dryer. Inquire Jessee, Realtor d 7-2811. Florida. 65633: Miami FR 44139.
sprinkler LARGE 2-bedroom unfurnised
ditioning awnings
,
83444 CE 54001.
or 1390 NW 10th St.
61 Articles For Sole
system, shuffleboard court FINE large 2500 .q. ft. house apartment. Homestead fenc-. BEDROOM, :2-bath home. A. MISCELLANEOUS pieces of

landscaped, royal palms H BUILDERS model on half acre suitable for 1 or 2 families ed yard, $70. CI 74909. 2 lED ROOM, air conditioned,I F. Galbraith Broker CI 7- A-l Furniture ouys and selections used furniture available 1 will
finance. Underwood
acre In beautiful Melody Man east of Hwy. Screened poo 1 or 2-sere lot. Price $16.' LOVELY 1-bedroom apartment screened porch, C2 5-3883. I 2621. st Bargain Center 203S. Mobile
wall to wall Homes, 29120 S. Federal
and patio carpeting rent
to suit. Or
or. Must be seen! to be ap 000. Terms furnished Early American. Krome Ave. Homestead.CI .
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CI
71309.
Hwy.
central heat Loads ofextras. to Children BEDROOM duplex apartment 1 room house furnished, nice
$125 w/option buy. -
preciated. Original price $21,, Air conditioned, washing fc 7-1330.:
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all utilities fur
2H o-car garage. $24. pets fc saddle hone stove refrigerator $58montfi and clean
000. Reduced to $22,900 for 500. Low down payments. welcome. CE 8-3489. drying near shopping facilities center., parking See area to, Cl 77257. nished but gas. $73 month AIR-condltloners, used room Classified Display *

quick sale. Many pieces of Open I to 5, 16801 SW 88th 6 after CI 77905.IBBOROOM. units, 6000 to 44 000 BTU's,
appreciate. Apply Apt.
furniture will be left 27220 CE II23. LEASE or purchase 4 sere ROOM upstairs apartment, .
Ave. Roseman Broker 2 bath, $110; Also condition guaranteed complete
5 In rear of building
SW 166th Ave. Cl 77358.: ... ranch on Old Cutler Rd. 4- Peters p.m. Apartments, 161 cross ventilation $60 month.Cl 2 bedroom duplex, $73 Both service fc installation TABEIF1
bedroom, 2 bath 70-foot 5507.. Mrt Sam J. DavisFarmllfe unfurnished Wells Home CI 7-9633.: f
BETTER THAN NEW. No down recreation 2-car NW 9th St. Rd. U mile N. of l I
MOVE in today! 4 bedroom 2 room garage RcntatyCl, 8.02:1J.: : Professional Real 1
bath, large Florida room,, I payment. 3 bedroom 2 bath large pool guest house Dris NEW 1 It 2-bedroom apartments Bauer. 'BRADLEY Refrigeration Air \WI Eitst BrokerLotaHemeaAcreage
hardwood floors tile roof. home with air eonditionlnl.well kell. Broker CE 5-5921, central alr- ondltion- 48-A Homes For Rent Conditioning 9832: SW 175th
3
Fla. ,
Ave. City.
5th
235 SW
Gee I fenced back yard. Terraced ae-Built
Redecorated low terms. log fc heat furnished or unfurnished St. Sales fc Service.
Anzelmo, 24 hours, CE 8-1858. I 80x110' lot. $100 per PALMETTO. Country Club area, wall to wall carpet 4 and 5-room furnished a 'e"lne.CutllrS.M.H.ATTRACTIVI guaranteed refrigerators, 100 Pslm Drive-Florida City
3 2, carport. A-l colonial with partmenta $85. $125 and $7:1
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month all. Must qualify washers alr ondl-
freezers
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pays pool stove t _
swimming
MORTGAGE Sacrifice. 3-bed FHA 9485: Dominican Dr.. fenced private back lawn. refrigerator. For Information monthly CI72252! 3 bedroom farmhouse tioners, $25 up. dan finance. _

screened room 2-bith.patio, 2 fenced- ar garage near, I CE 5-5774. Bedroom ailable. 9723 air-conditioner SW. 163 St.av-, call Cl 84)887 or see Manager 47-A Apts. For Rent on 20( acres. UN 6- Licensed fc insured. CE 5-

Jr. High. Total only 12800. CLEAN home, 4 bedroom, carport call CE 83777. Owner transferred Mrs. Q. nick Apt. 106. FerrineCutlerS.M.H.DUPLEX 2423. JB 1-3685 or CE 5- 7213. CALL I

Owner CI 7-5522.: screened porch, stove NEWLY decorated 1-bedroom 3189. CAMPER to fit a ft. wide bed

end refrigerator, only $12- apartments, free automatic 2 bedroom, everslze CENTRAL air fc heating 4-bed truck. CI 72210.
NEW custom built home. 3 bed 300. FHA terms with no closing 47 Apartment Rent washer. 460 NW 6th St. Ap bath vanity, built-in-stove, room, 2-bath, Whispering .tt. i i *
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room, 2 baths on 4 acre of I cost, low Jon payment Homestead Area pIyS4dNWStbAve.CI 7. refrigerator, utility room Pines, available Aug. 1st PHONE Circle 7-2321
pine trees. CI 7-6841. Immediately available. Hurry 3661. 9370-72 SW 169th St. PL 8-: $133 per month Cliff Men: THEY BRINC RESULTS! FUCHSReg.

PIONEER Homes E. Avocado on this, Jim LyJe, BrokerCC AIR conditioned .bedroom OBRfl47C dleson, Realtor, CE 9241..
82258.: NEATLY furnished 1 bedroom
Drive. 2-3-4 Bedroom new I furnished duplex, weekly or living Classified Display Real Estate Broker
apartment, air conditioned Trailer Home LARGE 2 bedroom, 1 bath, *
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homes. Stove and refrleerit DON'T fail to see the 3 bedroom I monthly rates only. CI 2232 laundry facilities. Nice, quiet For Rent room, dining room, $83.:
No .
or. landscaped yards. 2 bath home in one ofthe and convenient location Sorry 8525287.'ALMETTO: TO SELL ACREAGE
down payment. no closing cost finest Ferrine residentialareas. looking for s Ford or Very clean, 3 bedroom house
to Veterans. FHA 3% down. .tiu'nf:1S the very AIl: : type apartment? visit, no the children Patio or Apartments pets Please, I A 2 bedroom furnished trailer Estates, 2 or 3 bed- In Leisure City. Only $500: HIGHWAY

Call CI 7-5623. r lawn We have both witht a price 83 N.W. llth St.. Apt 2. Homestead Trailer Park room, 1 bath carport, built down, no closing costs FRONTAGE &
screened patio and good netghbors. range from $80 to $H5. Furnished Cl 7- 4021. in kitchen. CE 3-4232.:
POOL, patio home with 4 bedrooms Only $600 down, FHAterms or unfurnished 1 bed NEW bedroom apartments 7. E. Elle CI 7-7221 OTHER PROPERTY
2 baths and all electric $108 per month pays room or 2.'All new built in ready Sept. 1st. Electric 47-E Farmland For Rent RENT with option 3-bedroom, THE KEYES CO.
kitchen. On 'i acre in Mendleson Realtor, 1964 Just this alr m-bath. built-in GE kitchen -
all. Cliff some open stove, refrigerator on.
220 N. Krome Rltrs. HatedS 205 N. Kromt Avt.
to high
Melody Manor. Close CE 502U.EXCEPTIONAL. week. Built.in central TV an ditioned heat. screened ARVIDA Corporation, all types including refrigerator. ,

school. Call and Mary Avocado Hoffman Elementary. CI buy. For $350: tennis, washers & dryers off porch. 130 SW 6th St., Home of farmland. 5 to 3000 acres Fenced yard, drapes fc rods: ; I (U.S.'I)
month
3 locations Move in today, $120
15-foot street parking. separate stead. CE 50604. Most land has wells. CE 8-
7-7221, evenings a 7-7389 down you get stove, 20456: S. Dixie bedroom home. Fool .
fenced all close to Post Office 2202. Or Cl 7-4321.: Kay'Lowy, Inc. patio Florida City
yard
The Keyes Co. 220 N.: Krome, refrigerator, shutters and new 8th Street Shopping NICELY furnished, 1 bedroom Hwy, (Opposite Richard'a fenced yard. Purchaser
Realtors, Homestead. well with fhlr3mtJ'o: home Center. See Mrs. Mar apartment best location. 55: VARIOUS size tracts, marl or Dept Store) CE 85803. can move In with low downpayment. CI 7-6012

SWIMMING POOL 5-bedrm.,, $11,500 full price. One mort tin, Apt. 101. Colonial Apart ._N.: E. 12 St. Phone CI7'7I48. rock. Some wells. John T.I'UNFURNISHED! 2 bedroom duplex Located at 9965 I
7-1M6)
NE 10th St. corner NE Realtor. CI
rtr on acre fc a quarter gage. Call Jim. Lytle, Broker, ments. NOW LEASING new 2-bedroom Kuhn.fr. apartment $90 month. SW 214th St
t trade One mile from CE: 8-2258: CE 1st A291.bone CI 7-7228 or, duplexes with stove and refrigerator -48 Homes For Rent Call Dade Realty, Inc, Mamie SmithReg.

Redland. Elementary on FENCED yard, 4bedroom. 2- $8:! per month, Homestead Area 16784 Sos. Dixie Hwy. CE 6- Sea us on your Real Estate
Newton Rd. Owner Cl 7-6522 bath. Immediate occupancy. ALL slr- ondltJonetl, pool. 1-! near sir base. Narsnla Development 3131. problems. Competent qualified ... Real Estate Broker

or FR 33304.1.EDROOM Beautifully landscaped cor bedroom apartments Also Corp. 2eJ3.SWR C IUTG 1-bedroom furnished personnel -
large living room, iier, only $99 month and lowdown Studio apartments. Beautifully 145th Ave. Rd. Cl $73. also 1-bedroom furnished :12 refrigerator Bedroom, T.V., screened room range porch,, This You Must See"

tile 1 bath, carport. utility payment Kay-Lowy., furnished. Homestead's ROOMS 2. efflcienciaa. cups.uner apartment, $J5. Cl 78083or CE 1I.ot15.2.IIDROOM. VELMA S. GRAYREALTOR
27240 SW
166th
rooms second section Leisure Inc., 20436 S Dixie Hwy.(opposite largest and finest new apartment .. Dixie Motel, Cl 7 I Cl 75050.OTTAGE Avenue 1
City. Cl 7.3765. Richard's Dept. Store). house. Regina's Homestead 9118. $60 month; large Large bedrooms with large
CE 8-5803.. Apartments, 231 NE furnished, close-In 1-bedroom $80 month. George 257 N. Krome Ave. cloaet, 2 Tile baths, Beautiful

BEDROOM tile roof home lU-acres., CBS. Near garage LOVELY 2 bedroom 1 bath 10th St a 74761. SUMMER Rites 1 2-bed I Call CI72893.COTTAGE Johnson, realtor. CE 8-5143 CI 7-0857; Miami CE 8-0850 kitchen, dishwasher disposal
.
lot room apartments furnished furnished, 1 bedroom 17629 S. Dixie, Hagaa BuildIng built-in range and oven
: Cl large living room, comer ,
$18,500.
US 1. Steal at AIR conditioned :2 bedroom & unfurnished. DeCarlo Con
I close-In. Call Cl 7-6534 Living room and dining
71745. sprinkler system, newly paint- furnished; linens. TV, etc, structlon Corp., 26701 SW I
and out. Low down room. Hugs Patio Large
2 bedroom CBS home near Ne edkinside' CE 5-7898. weekly or monthly. CI 7- 137th Ave, Naranja. Cl 7- ,FOR rent, reasonable. 1 furnished J bedroom, 2 bath, fireplac SPECIALS Utility Room Double
payment. car.
5964 6447 CI 7-6570. and 2 months
ElementaryTile or 2 bedroom house $135 month. pre
va King Cooper 9 St. CI 8741 SW 188 St. CE 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with port Beautifully landscaped
roSf. Oily NO qualifying South Miami cottage. 190( N. W. paid.
$8600
i'vrr: BEAUTIFUL newlydecorated, THE OLD Homestead, rooms after 4 stove and refrigerator $100 lot 117x120, Near SeboolL"Open
down, $49.34, PtL Call Heights ares. :2 bedroom 1 bedroom apartment, near and apartments, $8 weekly 71980.if 58119 p.m. down. Corner Leisure Drop By Anytime"Delightful
lot
Chilla at Cl 77221. The Key: CBS, screened 7fan carport i shopping. 145 N.W. 1 St. CI and up. Center of town, off

es Co Homestead.. 220 N.: Krone. fleatori $300 5-7646.down, $ ., CallCE 7-6395 or CI 79917. street parking. 34 SW lit Classified Display* if Classified Display City. Living, 30 Acresof
St. Cl 74518.UNFURNISHgD: .
CYPRESS Motel efficiencies 4 bedroom 2 bath, fenced lush Avocados and mangoes -

2 bedroom,Ff.rJa:: large living NO qualifying move right In., rooms. Reasonable rates by 3 bedroom, 2 yard. $12,400 with $400 down Two CBS Homes, Tool
room and room, 18760SW. cheaper than rent 2 bedroom day week or month. CI 7- bath, duplex apartment near Lease With Option Shed, Near Schools. 29% dn.
308 St. Cl 74084.I 1 bath. Only $600 096 t. air base 14473 SW 268th St. KATHLEEN i New duplexes, $13,995 with
balance 10
down. South Dixie Realty, Naranja, NE 5-6980. I bedroom, 3 bath, pool and $1000 down. years at 6%
IIDROOM. 2 bath, double CE 8-1816. COMPLETELY FURNISHED patio, central air and heat I
garage, VA 44* mortgage, modern apartments low NEWTON 3 and 4 bedroom models 2 Frame homes near Neva
$48 NW 10th St. Cl (571. ONLY $600 down buys 3 bedroom CLASSIFIED WILL RENT
utilities Included. dall,. Pools air-eon King Cooper. $8,900
2 bath home In Palmetto weekly rates Duplex for rent in City open ,

I BEDROOM, 1 bath on Here Country Club Estates Tropical Inn, 905 W. Palm THAT HOUSE FOR YOU Realtor dltioned, stove and dish

fenced, awnings and No qualifying. Call ku Dr., Fla. City. CI 73401. Custom built-Country home Rt 1 Box. 103,Homestead washer. Corner Tenn. Road Florida Keys properties.Real .
pump furnished or unfurnished Dade Realty, Inc, S in acres-421,500. Richard Rd. at Kings Hwy. and SW 277th: St good buys Some Rent
VA mortgage, $72 Dixie Hwy. CE 5-3131. fOR rent, 2 bedroom furnish Classified Display als.

month CI 7-6023. OUTSTANDING value 3 bedroom 7-6684.ed apartment $M. Phone Cl TEDDIE SCHERER Cl 7-3966, CE 8-6721 ANNIE B. SMITHRealtor We welcome your listings

) BEDROOM home with Ha. 1'.. bath. 100x100 Ft. I bedroom 2 bath close to. REALTOR Let "SAFETY" Be your Motto Call Us I.Today
room, garage, oak floors, tile lot. screened Florida room, FURNISHED, large 1 bedroom County taxes only. $450: CI 7-6565 or CE -2324 CI 7-8531 CE 84148
112-foot lot la NW outdoor and re apartment with screened down.. FHA terms. S bed Cl 74121 CE 1-3923 Drive Ctrtfully.
roofOn .ltiroVI'f: porch By week or month. Cl i 281 South Krome Ave. I 140 N.W. 1st Avenue
Homastesd. $500: down, one ll825 room 2 bath In Homestead
coat 7-1980 190 N. W. 9 St Spann I
closing ,
mont no
mortgage of $104 per month Apartments. extra large front porch and I;. -
to qualified buyer. Call own SW 185th: St. side porch, stove refrigerator r
Clean 2 bedroom CBS home la NW Homestead. $300( down
MOVE RIGHT INNo ,
er. CI 74238JBEDROOM OWNER being transferred, dining room. $750.: down IRA monthly to
payments qualified buyer.
on l'h acres, 2 must sell 3 bedroom. 2 bath EVERYONE READ no qualifying. Call. down payment for Vets on new 3 bedroom 2 bath, builtIn

car garage Eaat of US 1, split level no qualifying CLASSIFIED PAGESI E. 1. Marter CI 7-7221 range refrigerator carport and screened porch on corner
,e 12230 1500 down payment takes this S bedroom, 1 bath CBS homeIn
good terms Valencia Realty, ''1.al19taf'Tel CE 54391.'AACRE THE KEYES CO. lot near HAFB. rHA financing available $108 per month pays NW Homestead. Florida room, garage, oak floors, tile
home
Cl 7-3993. Doris Rhude Classified 220 N. Krome Rltrs, H'sted all. $15,400.. roof, extra large lot with room for pool or tennis court
CI 7588. Mango grove 2-bed if Display *
airbase room CBS 9201 SW 124thSt. I1 I Furnished 1 Bedroom home near shopping In South Miami. FHA mortgage, $104 per month.

a.tEDROOM home near Owner 226-4364 evenings, ------------1 Heights. FHA terms. 12000.
low down payment, $84 15500. I bedroom 2 bath home on 1 acre in estate area, 15x40 foot Vic
month pays alL Humr for POOL HOME 3 bedroom home InLeisure City on large lot completely Polk swimming pool, carpeting, range and refrigerator, sprinkler
this one. Carnine Cooper 2-$EOROO94 carport, built-In redecorated. FHA terms $400 down, $II:! month. $13,200.
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Terms.Immaculate
Realty Broker, 338812 CE GE kitchen, FHA terms. $12,. Best Buy In Homestead area. 3 bedroom, 2 bath Insulated I system. $30,000.
Comfortable t bedroom 2 bath home In prestige location
on
84444 or CE 54001. 000 total Tiptop conditionincluding CBS home Central heat builtin range and oven, dishwasher ,
sprinkler system NW 21st St. Homestead. Garage, Florida Room, hardwood Urge 4 bedroom, M bath home with screened
3/3 bath custom built homes, with water softner. Kay- disposal washer and dryer, new wall to wall carpet drapes floors and many luxurious features. Large 150: ft, lot. $2.350: pool and patio on corner lot close-In. Carpeting and appliances

with or without pools. Ten Lowy. Inc, 20459 S. Dixie air-conditioned master bedroom, large double garage, with dow D. 23500. Included at $30,500. Terms.A .

nesaee Road between Bauer Hwy., (opposite Richard workshop. Screened pool and large patio, fenced rear yard,
Dr. and Epmore. Furnished Dept. Store). CE 85803.: BISCAYNE EAST new home with complete central air-conditioning and heat
model open for Inspection well sprinklers, beautiful lawn and shrubbery Low taxes, New I and 4 bedroom homes from $14, 75. VA end IRA ing, a kitchen done in French Provincial overlooking a

Broker.Annie B.CI Smth.7-0305.Reg Miami R CE E. MEDROOM.well newly 1 decorated.bath; fence$350: S 3/4* mortgage, $115 month. City water and electric, no financing. Models now under construction en Naranjt filtered pool In the screened patio. 1 bedrooms, 3 baths,

8-2324. down. Take over mortgage city taxes. Built 1960. Shown appointment only. Road and Blsoayne Drive, east of U. 3. No 1. double carport $34,000 and as low as $3500 down

month. 11952 S.W. 176
$78
4-BEOROOM bath CBS homeon Terr, CE 8-1532. A. F. GALBRAITHRegistered REDLAND REALTY COMPANY
S-acret with Income. Fireplace
Florida room, pooLOvernlzed $13 I month for :2 bedroom.GE Reel Estate Broker CI 74(2$ __ Cz 1-2444 Fsye Bogner Realtor

garage. The kids kitchen, patio carport. CIRCLE 7-4321 .107 N. Krome Ave. CE -4353
will like It and so will you Redecorated. No closing costs 317 N. Krome Avenue
Call Echoe Jordaa, Realtor: 1064 tax paid. Geo. Anzelmo CI7.2&2'I 27230 So. Federal Hwy., Naranja Members of the Realtors Multiple Listing Service
CI 72543. 24 hours CE: 5.1838.: I

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61 Article For Sol. 63 Boots ft Accessories 85 Automobile Dealer 86 Automobiles For Sole 87 Trailer For Sal I'

PARTS for an electrtt wavers, 164 Traveler "Comet" with S3 CASH'waiting for your car II t 'M Corvalr, radio, heater SPECIALor this week! Wherecan
automatic
Ferguson Jeweler, 321 HP electric Johnson. Trailer. G 4 L Motors Core, UiFederal transmission you get a new 1884 60x10
Washington AT*., Home Come and try total performance Highway, Princeton. W25 CI 80099. A steal. 2 bedroom trailer for only $3
stead. at $893 We have good O 70923. 793 with low down payments
used boats Try them from 1961 Volkswagen new tires. YoU. can at Isla Cold Trailer :
r POLAROID Highlander carom, $49 up. VRUNICK Chrysler Plymouth radio, sharp $993. Base Motors Sales, 26401 S. Federal
model 80. Complete with lei Inc. 29540 S. Federal Hwy 24141 S, Dixie Hwy Hwy, Narania, Florida Also
then carrying case flash attachment RENT s boat by the hour. $1.25 CE 85313, CI 8-0310. Princeton, CI 7-8342 or CE some real nice used trailersat I ,
and exposure met .per tour Fish or DICK 6892.. low prices '
just Conley Chevrolet, Inc.,
er. Call after 8 p.m. CE S- tor and 'gas. SCNULT 1959 bedroom, washer \
0104. rid on beautiful ManateeBay new It used cars 261 Part 1961 Renault Dauphine, radio fan bunk:: beds extra :
and Barnes Sound Bring way. CM.2121 or CE ...1832.i heater white wall tires, goodcondition nice Low down payment .
PIANO, r.ractlce. $139; chil- the family. $400. Ct 8-0803. bank financed See at Isla .
dren's $15. CI FRED Warnock Ford new and I
Gold Trailer
ri 8-0809. SKI and sail with us. Everybody i 'sed cars 1300 i4. Federal '62 Datsua, $50 cash and takeover .) (O LS CORP.
welcome, 24 hour protected Hw ., Homestead. CI 7-8112 IS payments, CE 8-41M LUCKY Number
REFRIGERATOR Coldspot $73; : or CE 3067J.cur .
storage, wet or dry
CI 74746. Couch chair $30. 1"2 Cadillac coupe fully equip SE RRO.5! (TATTY ;
Reasonable Line Marina
CI 78638.SINGLE 19 miles south of Homestead Csskey Rambler Co. tt& ped including air, .\-\, Call 1W3 1'tuen 1'',
1 at Avocado Dr. Homestead. CI 7-335 after 3pm.M .
tA, all extras
US 1 CI 7-8008
rollaway bed with Sim- on Q 7-1311 or 23Jim.PIRftlNE .
frtgerat4 air,
f mons mattress, good condition '*0 15 foot fiberglass boat / Auto Sales. ))1\\1.1 '' T Bird 2 fax hardtop, er -. /
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$23. CI 78804 motor trailer $475. a 7.. Sell Trade Put fiiane I light blue, Uajitd.: tats.faehu7sircondlcfoned white baud !:i :
B1S1 Ing. Call CE 53237. Base
mlnjim, ilHI
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SINGER Zlgug Tint miedle __ Motors, 2-.141 .ii *Alt Hwy r 1
makes buttonholes 6 tie- 66 Musical Instruments VOLKSWAGEN Porsche Princeton, CI 701"12' or CE; Gobi..Trailer! : 1
signs automatically. Sold newer Autboriicd ...... *rvlceParU. 89%. $TARTAN 18J1. :

r) $250! $;;56.b TVW nee Uk 8 trade.payment LARGE pianos eletticn, : of orches Used en/, O>er Eeys 1962 CaJaxia JCl) XL, 8-// Extra condition clean re," J
Call 685-1964. 'id eJ.IIDict Pianos Motors, tnri 41"u t38-O':03.WESTDVBR Miles, ezral.ent cond!. off.ce, Sn on
it Organ, 300 NW hlrbSt. / MOO ISSU.IIC'II1.n"/ U Gold Trailer & HOUSE
USED Venetian blinds traverse/ .,, Miami CE hi837.USfO Jwttac nil, ".'I '*))3152. _
rods brass beds wood latheDelta ii'Ci1'Q : "" mpesr, a 7 ,- ------.- VICTOR Mobile :
llf0054.Ct
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10 inch, planer 4 inch clarinet V621 or \'.3 Moria :r/dsr Convertible, 3 J ,
: CE 8-0209. -.!! !.! after. ...!..pm,.....-...._"I ----mss lost job, Assume, payments, tioned or wall- to
r.
& 36 Auf am M. For Solo $82 JhanUt.. CE KP37. tional. Better :1
WASHER, RCA Whirlpool automatic Machinery TJ FOR
$25;. dresser and 167-1"" :;-J t'i! + --1' 1964 Rambler, 770, ;door s* A beautiful I/i
chest of drawers 3 mot>tti> qufpm us, EXtRA jfs.ir/ Buick 'lit!. newpaint dan standard transmisatoa. money. Sea w
old reasonable; stove 3Cinch tint bum', Fred far tires, ba'tery. Excel fully equipped'Sell or trade Trailer Salea .1
like $48 tor planter cultivator: .ir lent condition. CE Days, CI ,71733. Evenings,
Kenmore, new Hoc 1D346 5-6211111, IU4 Ford Pickup :
I loss entail IK : SW CI 8-0091 I It I
CI 7-4746 304th &U w prone MiamiWM234 FORD station wagon, 1955, I II ovreab' custom I
WIZARD electric range double passenger good motor, automatic '64 Bonneville 2-door HT air: 3-4001 or FD 0 L
oven It broiler. 2 years, : IntercNtlcatl; Gm: ,. transmission, new conditioned. Power brakes ft 88 Truck I M L
T* : super
old. perfect condition. CE 8- battery. $130 CE 8-3278. radio etc. CI T
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I !5688 or CE 8-3899. 7rmMMBMBMMIMMMMMramM ONE 1934. 2 door Chevrolet, Uiiotrucka i i iI 0 A
ion Auto It
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2 Twin beds complete $1250 good condition. Call CI 7 87 Traitors I .
each. Floor lamp, $!I. CE 8- 69 Poultry 1 Supplies! 1932. For Same (7 lh CI H
-- M ford
4523. TAKE over payments '64 Val DieA Tilt, 1961, 65jiO, amaU pickup, 1r; I
', ft Electric refrigerator $45; CHICKEN truck compost We load by at the farm bagor I Hat air-conditioned. Many down payment, take over r'y. automatic Ira n' Terms Arranged to
extras. CI 74999. mesh $6436 month 7'
stove truck tires
6-oly
Norge 4 burner gas
7-7429
wholesale priCI
like new, $100, Drop leaf 'S) Plymouth runs good. needs 0847. KM. CE H7M. Suit Your Needs
., breakfast table Contact with Capt four 78 Scctfi, Plait, Flower tag S73. CE 8-4867 HOME made trailer 3 wheels, '1964 Ford Pickup;; :
rh.lrn. S35:
--- fully wired $8t.I. CE 556111. II
Movers 1981B Virginia Ave. ASS iii'S-11Tbnd Day blues, Ins Pontiac wbU. 2 door sedan overcab custom ,'
HAFB ED 6-2111. special discount! for August' $173. Call CI .1541.. HOUSE Bits, accommodate 8. ,_ .4CX\1 411' F.D
electric CI 7-8M7. Mr*. Sam J. Davis equipped with facilities. Apply I 9''I ) ( ) ( ) ((21))
; 31 inch Estate range, Ftrmhfe Rd, !4 mile N. 'S S Chevy, real elf fa. $:::95. at Bob's Radiator Sen-ice, 'I
burner, riddle
deep well 3 a 8-009. 144 N. Krome Ate or :FR '
I Ihu 1'L' I STB1i'rice: deal !
82749.
$35. CE
I 38153
I with motor 78-A Top.,ll 57 Chevrolet '.8. Bel sire, scooter newly !:: : : .... $2699
k. 21" bench Jigsaw club .....-- sUndrrd tnnirni sins radio, RAND new "l'904 48xib71 running
14 golf
$29; complete heater S49i CI MQ09. I bedroom, front kitchen ready
: set bag cart $60. CE 8-1545. GRADE A pulverized top v<*J,. to into. Can PHONE ? : ,$1799
Silica Sand for lawn dressing '5 Cadillac, 4 door hardtop :I terms move to suit customer.arrange See THEY ........ .
1960 Gaa atone $60; Maytag D. Mirone, 2354I1L f_ctory sir, to rust W8-7W3 '
: washing machine $20. Call i Lot 123, Coral Roc Trailer I II

,1'.' : n 7-8800 .._ 82 Dogs, Cats, rV or 247-4087. I Park. ..A Classified ........ $1499
57 Chevy, >4 ton 4 wheel NOW 3% Financing and to
f : 61Artlclel Wonted up
drive $390 Lot A2. lula.Gold
AKC Pedigreed Dachshund 8 years to pay on new and $1499
1, : puppies, $50 to $75. J. Malts Trailer Park, Naranja used Mobile homes Also ....
: GUNS needed by Ralph' 128 CI 7-6878. 157 Ford station beat rental trailers Underwood MOTORS
l N. Krome Ave.,' Any kind, offer CI wagon Mobile Homes 29120 S. Federal $1799
f r.y any age. Cash wuUng.r. AKC Registered pedigreed IrIsh 7-0326 after 5:30.: Hwy. CI 7-1309. SHOP .,.-

: WANTED to buy Used refrigerators seen setter at 3150A puppies.Iowa Can Ave.be., '51 Chevrolet, 409 engine Impala, radio convertible beat. REPOSSESSED with awning 1963 ready Flair to 35x10 move at this $1599

,! ditioners. CE, freezers 57213., air-con HAFB Phone ED 62231. er. $!I911. CI 8-0099. Into Extra clean. Only $300 SIGNof ........

.. DARLING AKC Boxer puppies, '51 Chevrolet Impala down and $6830 per month
hardtop $1099
for Low Boy See on Lot E24, at Mo ,
WILL cash reasonable. CE 8-1285. ,
pay fit 8-foot fleet standard transmission radio tel office, Isla GolJ Trailer I ........
utility camper
a side pickup. CE 5-54T4 FREE to 'good homes, kittens $!I911. CI 0099: Park Naranja. .

I I. 63 Boot & Accessories CI 74916 59 lion Stationwagon, good condl Pf ONB Circle 7-2321 S3(3 Sun Sedan roof Special. .......... $1499
i II TOY Hairless, cle t. son lovIng onditioned, $650. THEY BRING RESULTS)
alert.l CI 7-8H5H CI 73367. S3 Karmann Chla .
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for boy's sailboat, '5* Rambler automatic transmission Classified DisplayServicemen '* S3 Micro bus ........
S3 Hones For Sol. : 52 Sun roof U1S1
$25. Air boat equipment, propeller V-8. S299.! CI 84099 .

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sail. Protected. Calla with saddle bags. All leather -1 .$393:; '39 Ford $249, '38 Plymouth .13 Super SO cpe
78908.U' excellent condition. Sac- $49, '37 Lincoln $249' ; GETTING : 53 Norm. cpe. $1499
rifle $6CI! 79461. 87 Ford wagon $199; 57 62 Super SO HT
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Automobile Dealer Rebuilt Transmissions MOTORS
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7100 AUTO SALES Volkswagen $899
i fire extinguisher. AU extras Automatic and Standard ........
35 h.p. Evlnrude electric BLAKE-BIRD' Inc. 520We I Installed and GuaranteedBenn's 7100 Bird Boad S654993 Sales .
starting and trailer $423. CI Krome Ave. CI ;- Auto Parts 11165 $699
7-6762 sell! guaranteed used carsif Open evenings till 10, S. Fed
29120 Old Dixie Highway I Sunday's tool Just No. of wagon
Classified Display 1 Classified Display *I Homestead CI 7.3613 CLOSED ON $799

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MODELS ...... $1299


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In Stock N8B .$50
28 x BRENTWOOD sharp end IN STOCK IN P8A . ..$89
ready to go at . . . .'. .$1495 P411B $174
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37" foot SPARTAN nice . .:.. ,$1695 r 16 6 P500 .$333

35 8 NEW MOON, good condition .$1648 ., John Daniels, lilts Mgr toldhis [ A.$49

46 x 10 KOZY, 2 bedroom, all aluminum OrVall s saleamen'Let'm. see the T rue k ". P566 $385

thorp . . . . . .$3077 final deal We won't turn down wg P262A $199
any reasonable offer" 8102 .$628
NEW '64 REGAL by General, 50x10 bedroom .
Birch interior all deluxe,
SAVE $1100 at . . . : .$3995

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