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Some By RALPH folks say TEMPLES the hardest Greater

part of a vacation i* getting

back Into the saddle at work. C 1Jt Ntut y tr Homestead Two traffic counts ifauut
Others insist It's U.. packing suspended Homestead! Police
and unr -
t Chief Thomas Hoban were
Edition
. For m thrown out of court Wednesday
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end Robert DeeM
Judge withheld
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o trying to come Every Sunday and Thursday Judgment cod sentencing/

up with an Cpvermj Homestead. Florida Cty, Leisure City, HAFB, Noronjo, Princeton Goulds and the Redlonds on a third charge pending! final
an-
original
disposition of remaining/ chargri -
sorer to the "!!'!!!! !'!!!!'!!. '" in the
qua.Uon."How Vol. 53 No. 65 HOMISTEAD,FLORIDA THURSDAYtUGUST 13 1964 40 fagtt TEN CENTS PER COpy caic
.. Thrown out were charges of
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"- vacation Dade County insprctlcn ,'.Iek.


I .. VOT? y ar* er.
Temple I've bras attempting .- 10 In Family 2 Others Hurt o :f Hot in pled solo UM_

t) think a reply ( den to the chars .f no valid

other than, "lt'lne'or' "Too ? driver's license and produced

abort" \ -. ', a valid Florida Ikenaii, obtained

On ocoHiou *'vs bean i air ,, : Illinois since his erreiJ I', and
in drivers Itcenso
tempted 1o lay "lousy, 'pied lIUGZ7. : which WM ,n efrec who* the



I In some Bui fear one'Jui-tfkation.*a or would answer two prompt luotunre such a"*,nolh..r Uwt*(th- I I 1: I I: 1(1- I I ing chirps outcome i De ware of hl this of nudn.Judg withheld charge two. further pend-fiII,1dilpo.JUOfI




lKW..to On aaawrr question occasion the about I original have detail why started question and explanation MO'I ) i tTItER'' I I r: O' F 6 I ( [' i iI I I and slated count Homestead! driving fur-Aug.trial Improper while 27.by intoxicated Metro I left turn in


with some I.
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An additional chargi, placed

of how bored the vacation face . .. .. by Metro. deputies, of posses-
but a ; '
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was; ., lion of a weapon while intor.i-
here and there caused .me to .,iI' -zr- l.i. I/ :I I( i ,"., Her Vehicle rated It lit for errilsnment; la
cut it shortReally I' Cf' ''II.' '" 'III' Metro Court Sept 4.
I goes,. nearly el- \.e r. 0 ....... .1' .. i\\'i\!\,; :'
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the question, "How was ) ..... .A1.,1.Irt.1 ( !" '.1:\.Mr9 Testifying Wednesday were
way .wj $!rtiW"'fJi:).l' I\VII.\ :. ,
your vacation i* like "How ..f former Homettesd police officer
Hit In RearA
!" ", Billy Frank
are you Wlmbery,
That I*. it's more of a (i. Suit and C. W. Jones City

greeting than a request for 37 year-old Columbian-born mother was Manager Olaf Pear ion; ball
information. bondsman Jack Goiter Met-
o buried Wednesday with only her husband and a few re Officer Robert. Kara, and

Someone wanted to know d close friends in attendance, while 10 members of Heban.

why I didn't send a poet card. her family .!lay dazed and injured still hospitalizedby
from the vacation spot. a'q y H the weekend accident that took her life. Lt. Emmett Snider and Sgt
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That's a practice I stoppeda The mother Mrs. Amparo George Keffer of the Homestead
Police Department appeared In
long time ago when a person Alvarei Salazar of South Mlam tested Mrs. Baird had attempted response to subpoenas but were
1 considered a friend Heights was killed instantlySundsy
to veer her car around
not railed to testify In the
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sent me a "wish you were .afternoon ,,when her he Salazar station wagon but JVthour trial.Defenae .
here" greeting from hll' vacation station wagon was rammed Instead her car's headlights
Atty. Harry Preblsh
i from behind, went out of control .
spotI aught the rear of. the Salazar cited an attorney general't opinion -
later learned he sent the and overturned twice on N. car, ,
handed down In 1M9 In
post card the day he was ,Krome Avenue near Halnll Locked together the two arguing against the charge that
leaving and he was leaving Drive. cars hit the road shoulder, loban
had IDinola license plates
early ,because it had been All six .f her children, heparents careened Into a utility pole and 011 his car 30 days after h.
the
such a disappointment that a 'sister end were jarred apart by the 1m. became employed In the atate.
he felt it was a suitable place f.mlly4 were admitted. pact The pole was sheared I
to mention to someone he ,. James Archer Srtilth Ho* off. The' opinion static that scar

fait he had to get even with i', ,, pllal, where Henry, 11, end registered te e nen-re-
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l .her fattier feerere ,Alva reds. Mrs, Salaiar'a station. 'v a. sldwtt and In
Ever since I've been suspicious : being operated
I of such greeting r f .jH/tf, (till' are In, renege Rand v i.,,! tOII,'. fwt.. thlldren turned riorMe enly (Incidentally to !,
'* .
Hon. .eve* twice, and came te
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to
.the
.,.,,. ,.,vacatloe.rs. \ ., Two:!lJiijdrtn::. aI;>i llerma ji aHenry's 0 with dl-yeereldjF. .*''. pin. end In husband'employment cues where the owner ., I
a :red beneath 't.
twin brotnen I; t
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to :drive hasN children In
If you'r planning
.arU I eee highly recommend i3t? wed to be .Mlesaed, lea t She wi thrown clear o/ th a the if.te.puilU. ocfteel .,.- "

the Florida Turnpike .'Bight car, some distance iron tern, may have wt-ef-afete II-
tg lit fair condition with broke nare I away ..
,. the Injured plates.
and Interstate Highway ,75 children\
w ;I l h n 4 cuts end abrasions !I
which connect near ,Orlando, ..- three other children Orlando. tin. Baird has been charged The Hoban car ia registered
My family and I drove to w ....... ___r 7; Blanca 15; and Acllia, 7. with careless driving in Mr* Hoban't name)

Georgia for a family reunion, TWISTED REMAINS ef 0 station wejon 'In which alsa" was injured Killed/ 'Initently, was Mr. Am- In good condition are her Both cars were demolished. The only point on which the

trying something new to us. ; mother lost her life end 10 members of her family pore .Alvarez Solesar./ Her parent, mother Mr*. Chili Alvares, 64; suspended chief took the stand
Since we had a good long weed sister Gloria Alvarez 33 and was the question of his being
i
were injured! bears mute evidence of the ,uava- sister. and the family mold hoipitaliicd Police
day' drive ahead we decidedto .the maid, Carmela ,Arniche. SoyNothing held Incommunicado for four
picking expedition which preceded the Sunday afternoon two on the critical list for 24 ,hours. Mrs. 'Ines
at night after supper hours after his arrest
leave
hop- tragedy. Driver of the car en the right, Baird ef Miami, driver of the other'car, wes;charged 22. ,
traveling all night Driver .f the car which hit Arresting officers testified
which rammed the station from behind, with careless driving. (Staff photo by Don Phifer) New
inff the children would sleep. wagon the Salazar elation wagon. that he was booked, permitted
We left home about 7:30: was Mrs. Inca Baird, 41. efW one telphone call and held la

at night, and the childrendid I I $ 42nd St.. Miami Mrs. ()n : the Homestead jail for four
settle well after the nor i Board Dismisses Baird was treated at James KillingsTwo hours during which time nopenoll
mal excitement of startingoff SmytheHospital Archer Smith Hospital end was -permitted to see
on a trip. was transferred to Doctors bodies found floating In or talk with him.
Thing went very well as Hospital Sunday night. She Isreported a canal Just off U. S. 1 five The prosecution maintained .

we rolled up the turnpike and In good condition.The miles south of Florida City that this le standard arc.cedure .
175. So well in fact that by Adminlstrater B. missal was the result of a dis answer H* declined to name the dead woman's husband, Monday were identified n and that the elite.,.,

4 am. we realiaed that we Barton Smythe has been discharged agreement over a personnel This situation which basically employe or his reasons for Jtiro Salazar, was on his way Charles E. Worthington and hi.wife. In following It, were merely
were likely to arrive at our from his post at James change he had ordered. involves the Internal idmlnlstratlv the change of status which to New York when he received Ann, of 3171 SW 23 Ter., carrying out their duty.
destination before folk there Archer Smith Hospital by the Smythe, silent until Wednesday affairs of the hospital found dlsfsver with the word of the accident that ended iaml. Preblsh cited Sec. 1123 of

were op and aroead.. board of directors. morning, 'said when ,- followed In the wake of board. the fimlly'i Sunday afternoon Worthington was employed asan the Metro Code, which provide.
So we picked a small townto Specific reason for the dismissal caked why he Is no longer II the board of director attempting Source interested In the hospital guivi-plcklng expedition. estimator by ,John W. that person shall "without

stop in and let everyone was not announced. A with the hospital: to override and reverse an are generally agreed that Near breaking from shock he Thompson and Son a plaster unnecessary delay" be granted

sleep at once., formal statement by Board "This is a very .interesting' administrative decision And action the disagreement between was unable to discuss how he contracting firm.Thempeon Immediate bail or taken by the
That was all right with President George Pena, released question to which many of the i taken by me in the changeof Smythe and the board concerns will care for the children said he law most direct route to the nearest
everyone except the baby. Tuesday slid simply: fine citizens of this community status of in employe of the the status of Mrs. Elizabeth when they ire released from Worthlngton at, 5.30 ".", Metro judge or magistrate (jus.

She letlp a howl thatthrere.tened "Mr. Smythe Is n* longer are attempting to find an hospital" Continued on Page 2) the hospital. tire of the peace).
to rouse the with the hospital, effective A friend said the family
Aug,7, 164." has been In the U. S. for (Picture, en Page 2)) Heban testified that he had

community.Before being run out of Asked whether Smythe had three years, end that Salaiar asked for e bondtman three

town we started the ear voluntarily resigned or been fired. Pens Mayor Tomassi Lashes Out has been unemployed fit the Friday when he loft work times when he wes first
She said she does booked, and said his defense)
and the howling said the above statement "is allI past year and expected him back at
know what .f work had been damaged becausehe
stopped. am authorized by the boardof not type work Monday morning but he
ho has done. was denied the oppertunl-
alternative director to make.
Idn't
was no show
except There to keep riding. However Smythe said his disI At Circulators Of Petition Nurses attending the injured The bodies up.were found wrap ty to found up Impartial wit
I children and grandparents said nesses, Including a chemist or
But; because of the pace on pod in oiled canvas and tied,
the expressway we had to some of the children speak securely with weights which doctor of his own choosing, te

cut peed to avoid arriving Florida City Mayor Joseph state attorney-general has 'In the future hundred of enough English to communicate failed to hold the bodies it the verify his condition.
their needs.
too ..rly Tomasal lashed back this weekat given us a written opinion 'thousand of dollar in unnecessary I' shift worker had bottom of the grassy canalabout Motions by Hob n'. attorneyto
; I But a night
S critics of himself and two stating that we could legally taxes" 40 feet from the highway quash the charges and to
of highway, Also attacked In the petition to be called to Interpret doc .
If the pace } bi i aI city commissioners who Mon borrow 60000. suppress evidence were denied
slaughter In Dado County had day filed I recall petition A* for i charge of padding (Is "unauthorised employment tors' question during and the instructions five- Anderson Squire, NW 14th by t Judge Deehl ai.was the de

picked up before we left as I against the trio at City Hall. the city payroll, the mayor .f public resources en i hours Sunday when Street, Florida City, end three fense'i motion requesting a trial

it has in the past couple of "I feel these charges are said "There were 22 employesin private property at Seventh I raced emergency to treat the room 11 ether fishing companion by Jury.
week I don't know if I'd Ill-founded./ said Temaisl. January (before the new Avenue about last April." personnel of the crash. found the bodies floating In (Metro laws provide for jury

have traveled by auto or not "I can't even say they are commission took office) and Howard Thompson, minority survivor Metre accident Investigator the canal. One of the bodies trial la driving under the Influence
you're\ on the expressway ,commission member who with was floating near the .u,-
Whether half.truths. This I I. very there are 22 today. said Mrs. Salazar lOin northen cases only If the chargeIs
or your local street sorry attempt by my opposition The petition with 23 signers R. S. Shiver has voted consistently Krone Avenue, had evidently face among weeds and the a second or ensuing offense).
drive carefully. the against finance proposal other was a little farther out
please te discredit my commission. as required by city slowed for i left turna
." charter contend the three officials of the other three officials hundred feet north from the bank floating |lust
Y "ntnvagantly and improperly said Tuesday this wasa few beneath the surface. Gillaspy'sTrial '
Shop Named In the recall petition expended fund in reference to "about $1,000 Intill" ef Halnlln Drive. Metro deputy II. Hunter recovered
Beauty mark at the in-
Skid scene
Commissioners
with Tomasal I were
disregard of tile fiscal budget"It which he said was put in the bodies and then
Joseph Accursio and Sam further charged Police Chief by the city last April on private notified homicide. Further investigation SetA

Has PetitionPetitions William Fasulo was Illegally property the Seventh Bank Teller was taken over by

(City budget revised-Page 151) rehired after being fired by Avenue strip never having been homicide detective John Me
trial date has been
seeking Metro Charter outgoing City Manager Richard dedicated as a city street according Kay. sets
amendment to recall the 1 Schmuck and that a new city to Thompson.On Monroe County deputies were third time for Richard Gills
present-nine-msn board and I Torclse. They were charged manager was employed "at a the petition itself both Money Gone called in to assist In inveitigatng py 37, operator of Radio Station -

elect a new board with a'' with ."malfeasance nonfeas- salary unfixed by. resolution ,Thompson and Shiver said they the disappearance of the Will in Homestead, on
strong county mayor with veto sore misfeasance and breachof or budget" had DO comment. Monroe McKInley (Mike) Worthington"* who were reported -charges filed (( the result ofan

powers are available for\ trust in office." (The new manager, John City Manager Greene' has head teller in the to have gone to their accident early May 10.
signature in Homestead at Ruth "They've made accusations Greene, .la "being paid a salary It day t* check Hie,validity Knowles 28, house on Big Pine Key for the Glllispy was charged by Metro

Beauty Shop 1139 N. Krome that there was a surplus In ,ef $ .000 a year plus $1,000 ef names and addresses of the South Miami First National weekend deputy Roy Somnerhoff
Ave. Florid City' budget when we expense, w $1,000 mere than petitioners. as bone fide resident Bank. I I. being sought by the! A car "belonging te the circles driving causing IB 10cldent

Leaden tn the fight for the took office and we can prove the combined salary and ex* and registered voters. FBI and police agencies on a! Worthington was found park- driving under the Influence .
amendment say they are arranging -I with a statement in writing by pin," paid Schmunk. T. If they prove valid next step of embezzling $72,472! it the cottage end their boat of intoxlcints and failure
,
a central location in aa accountant who was originally mass) said Monday that i II for Greene to Issue petition charge was found floating partly to have a valid driven license

the Perrine-Cutler Ridge area BARTON SMYTH hired by them that the city Croons'*salary was net established blanks which must be signed From the bank. An earlier report submerged nearby. '
for the convenience of "voters, needed $18,000 to finish out the until a resolution -if a vote U to be held-by at Mid the loss might have Homicide officer aid late The trial date now 1* Aug. 27
'
aDd will announce the address .. DischargedW fiscal year," said the mayor? passed by a 11 vote *t IsstFriday's least 20 per cent of the voters been a* high'as 200000. yesterday there was nothing at 2 p.m.. He was granted continuations -
and boor within the next: few I Referring'te a $40,000 1 lean special CommissionJnotlng. and returned to him within 30 further to report oa their instigation Oil' two earlier occasion
A warrant Issued by the U. of the ta.... *.
cia I which I IN- petition sy the ) dsys. H* has 10 days to check
Heading the Crusade for Responsible I A T H I R trie. "attempted te obligate The petition further states that the validity of the petitionsand S. Attorney's office charred Both bodies had apparently Th* charges item police said. ,

Government, which is H I Rainfall the city illegally far" Te- when the $60,000 loan did not then must turn them over that the money was missing been .beaten severely and the from aa accident in which GIll-

sponsoring the charter amen -, 90 72 23 moss! added that "the' .lean '0 through it was replaced\ bya to the Coma;fsatoa at its next from "cash entrusted to the man had been shot In the ispy lost control of his cir

mats, are Atty. Robert Brake, Sunday '92 73 .14 wes net In fact mode nor ee- $20,000 loan plus a garbage regular meeting, and an elec, ears" of Knowles. It also charged esd. and kidded into a car occupiedby
Monday Knowles failed to re- So far the police have been two young women shortly
a former Metro commissioner summated because 'we felt fee ordinance to raise additional lion,on ,the recall request mustbe that
Tuesday 91 73 work unable to'"roduc.. a motive forthe after they left work at a South
accordIng ordered within M there
and Dr. Edward Sofea, a professor we could net de te money, and "that such acton days hadaled.
Wednesday 88 72 forts to him crime. Did night club around S s.m.tt .
the after. locate
at University of Miami ; te lave, even though will cause citizens to pay

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;' ,Cit zens eReEvaluations I ,a I Hospital Con'G From Board I .






Property 4 ,m I Fires SmytheReeder I

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ol f
lonf-tine supervisor
Colonel with. a background of

Widespread gripes bout basis for this ,ear', taxes, and I'm not at all satlallod 'with tested as low as $40 a front I suites and, In recent months'' service hospital uJ lui tra.
its feliTMt" foot assistant administrator at the i tiOD, was hired 14 month ago
into detailed
Homestead' property revaluation then go a good,
extending to a majority painstaking. reevaluation for Marks too, n'A M will f*.( Q Assessment o* less than i hospital, a pott the 1* bow MIn to fill the nwly-creted] administrator ,
of the City Council, may wish next year s." ror a return to the preaeut two acres of land containing pott it Jensen Ar
the rew figures down the drain Radford said it Is plain to roll 'provided! we definitely ale duplexes, increased from cher Smith Hospital
next week him that the new figures correct known inequities la: it." $2,000 to $7.250 for the land ___ Smytho, said his authority
City council, sitting at a pnpsred by independent Ux 'It' somebody could show maI alone, plus $48,000 for the and nag 1.I IWISe" aa KMpllal I
board of eqiMliuUoa! Mondayand experts George Skill and Ida formula by which ..e could bulldini (Metro new 100 per alminlatrator. are "",ry 'Shelter'Nurses
Tuesday, faced a crowd oJ asiktanU vitro ". hurried-up correct the new rolla, I wtnld cent valuation sets this at $57 clearly and definl*"ly set *ut I
property owner upset over In affair in w Inch t:>: re are bound go along vlth it, bat becauseof 230 total). In the .bylaw fl' the' corpe1Hon
created asseaiments, and Indicsted U> be:. mistakes, because of the the C.hnlfletor, don't see O Land on Hagler Avenue
the two nights wet to baits to whirls Ue job vw how that could be done" Marks near the railroad tracks, ataeued \ end further defined in
eyeopener.The I done" said. at1) a front foot t a my contract" 'with the hose Needed
(The iclU ether: the while hud lont 11. S. 1 it Msoosed r ,It.L''
council ha luferf a Councilman H..n. Marks, present one or Iho proftoeedlUUnii at $30 a fret foot on trio .1 Metperoti"need for vol.
final meting TutWoy I* emu- asked how he !bets about the just fiulntud by Shall west all and $2) a front $mot Oy8 a .r 1 Ja 1:e ecntnuel: nntter parser to servo at
eider written complaint program, whisk cast tho cityrovihtv -.. mutt be scrcptcj \\ a Lasts on the east sile.iSMMBient. lied Crow hn:ri'*n* th lfa'n
bout the new aitiMtment I \ RMO In 'werkm' fir the clty't 11M1J, budget O / of land con' It WM 4et.ermlnedbl.t eel in the event eta storm tads I
program but there la a strong I wage. said, "Net a* good.Japanese Mth must bf adjusted and alntf a lame on third {tree lain of the meeting' and te- yr was rewired this weak'

reboblllry thai the "program approved prior to lice end of near First Baptist Cure!, tions taken by; the bond of by Dade County Red Cress ,
'will ba thrown cwt" Monday the fiscal year, Sett:' ;0))) upped from I WO lilt year to$2,1U0 directors: wore nut in accord rhaptcrICegliUred.
night by official council ac this for t' Ian I r nurses, Uemed "
tion. AIM In favor ti Dldll *n'n year, tore _ilh1.... hyhtv of the
I' } tactical ar4 nun ,
alunt" nu tees
j
Councilman: WiU'ara' Dickinson proposal 1 la CovmltwenM\ corporation' and it eta my do-
0 A $::15 a float foci as. .'* aide are \ieedcd. t
Kwth: Campbell, wtio ttm-
announced Wfdnesliy that SIiop Opens>< waked for tenement. : fIr land behind Bankof tire sod Intention that all I Also, IS of the 43 Jrotit ,
"What we
he Intended to Monday to
move tCS'r I II'iI4Iul..1 lade and iasaM suritmndiof -
: norldii and ASP used as cane shelters 11 the wanij
o1 glaring
table action oa the reasseg was o Ibis administrative matter t( I Idlnators.
went and a reel.m to the pret Harr Ft Lively! of SW 170th !.. what wo got 'wa tree parking tote. whilv Ian properly investigated and p>re- are without volunteer coot
lust assessment rolls, provided Terrace mot Miami Height a uw i't}>lng r'o* .(i.'nont. in the cewl):"dsveloped section .iti regular meeting 10 that .
asked ta call
and I E Street Recruit are
at U. S. 1 Eighth
1 sag time known inequities tot opened a Japanese food market 'The pnjpot l roll don't cntd to fin board of t rectors ,
Inn $!') to $40, frost the Red Cross at CE 6-1191
a
M present rolls can be adjui. and gift shop, called TujlyaJapaneie just spre,tit tiux burden range the board III director, would for
1-6681
ed< on a casttby-caae basis. ," at the touth end elperrine lilrly: they tats Uxes. That foot have the benefit of all of the or FL ,complete
At Unit three other nvenvtare shopping; Center ;y'f.Ioterd. Itn't what we wanted." O Newly annexed vacant facts and could therefore make information: on rvj lirements
Und at the western boupdiiry, of volunteer *>.otter per
of till council yesterday .,. Charging that 1011 can't a proper 'ennlnitioa
indicated they 'will wet. for I The shop sped ,lines 7n Japanese embark oa a crash program on of, Homen..d, in which three sonnet
entail lot have brim avu'!uad Pens speaking for the Totally! uncovered by volunteer
the move because .. '.11'* food, canatd and ptcl.- ran item iii delicate a. thin wi'bout ;
have shown that the now ae- aged, end gift Items Imported,; throwing the comnuiU7\ nJ the cotiDtya net fall nuatlon Ward, described\ Smyth,', personnel are them
aoMmenr are 'loequlr.ble"and from Japan Th 'r hours willbe Into a turmoil," Dickinson cited program at .MO, while UIVU H. HUNTER sfcndi by the bag rflomUMl' aa ". purely administrative shelters la South Dade: Cut-I-
"wnrotJIitlc" they said from 10 a m tU: 10 p.m., such property owner compUlr: toe city's pro' ::ot 'd assessments wrapped botSnti o< JAr. end Mn. Ch r>e* E. Worthington > matter that has. ler Ridge Junior High\ RJl.
Councilman William tadford, Monday through Saturday as: SU40. of Mloml the 7 were fount In a cones lust nothing H 00 'with the h.. hobo Elementary, Maya
who has been unable to attend Assisting Lively will be bit O Property OQ S. Krome Max Hun'in, ovotr of the off U. S. I firs miles north of Florida City Monday. ,lt.l fund tfrlve" High, South Dade High,
the equalization board wife, Chika who U originally Avenue (admittedly! deteriorated lots, told the equalization: boar Welt Homestead Elementary Land i
Beth had beetan board li for
end the Kot. If The looking IJlo.pltal
sees
tearing because of illness, Mid ,'runs Nagaski, Japan. They ) asseued at 1140 a front the city kai provided no sew man police administrator to fill tit"a King Cooper E'e' fmentarr
the cases that have toeni have one ton Edgar, 7llr foot while business propertyon ere, itreet !lights or other Improvement have subitoMiel duet to the laying they era kete- ,
brought to his attention are)Ii .. Lively U presently la NE Eighth Street in the in that area. Ing than quiet.t (Story on pegs 1)). (Staff photo by the vacancy be added. Southwest Miami Hand ., .

i enough to make him favor "".c. ,Japan selecting! items for the area where a DW shopping "All )'ou'" given a* so lar Dan fhiftf) The fund drive a crash effort Palmetto High ate
opting the present roll ass (hop. ,center is being built) 1 I. **- is a tax bill." he said. to raise more thin $300; ,, among those partially eirrrr-
(XX) toward a new 123-bed bos- ed.

I South Dade Area Directol)1Allo Body Of BoyIs I!wilt piUl continue to expandable board unabated members to 250, according bed and., Waitress I


Jolts P. Stevens, advisor) of the
building! fund canpeaStovon : .

Parts Guard and Patrol Service [ Going HomeSouth Issued this tUlo. Says 2 Men

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r I mont Monday, following now

NOW OPEN LICENSED a INSURED a BONDED *.r' Dade opened ita heart Wednesday of Smythe's dltmliaaliWe

UNITED SECURITY PATROL and pledged rlraoit $500 to tend to his California have been advised that Raped Her
Cutler Ridge Auto Parts home the body of a little boy who died locked In a CoL B. B. Smythe is no longer
AND GUARD SERVICERadio associated with. the James
refrigerator freight this week.
10167 Caribbean Blvd. Opp. ALP Patrol Car and Uniformed Ouard car 'Archer Smith Hospital tn-,.. II Metro police and detective

Auto Parts and Tools Answering Service CE 5.35t I Radio FR t."" Spesrhsedtd by Radio Sta di;;; ti'ioi[ ;. Aug are searching: for two Negro

CE 8-1473 P. O. Box 37, Homestead, Fie, 33030 .. .14S423S lion Win, Homeatead area people burial the body returned there for a, 1864. men who are alleged to have

began contributing' or ha raped a young South Dade wait
Ramon wa found frozen to "Campaign Headquarters
Beauty Salons Hearing Aida pledging donation as soon a* death in a Union Pacific refrigerator been notified that this, in no real Friday night.

ARDIS BARNARD'S FREE DEMONSTRATION new of the lonely death of 11 car when It was unsealed way effects the previously The report filed with the police
Triple( Protection When year-old! Ramon Gutlerres! was Monday night after Its published plans to build the stated that the 18yearoldgirl
MONITOR BEAUTY SALON M ', You Buy A aced at 8 a.m.Bfanam 12-day, 4Ooo-mU. Journey new modem fame Archer had stopped her car at
17931 So. Dixie Hwy. Perrine, Fit.. ZENITH HEARING AID1'1111'1I1. acmes the continent Smith Hospital"Smythe 220th Street and U.s. 1 in

f CE 5-0272) FISCHER & SONS Funeral Home offerer Officials say he may have hlmaolf urged the Goulda because of tire trouble.
:11"0' : a coffin and shipping caae,,
_"PerionillxedtyllriB* '.. .. HEAftlNGAIDSJanitor 141 NORTH KROME AVE but the offer came after the) ride been. a he runaway hitching a I people. of the community to According to the statementof
: COMPLETE BEAUTY/ SERVICE C17-lSit' HOMESTEAD of Reed-Gautler Funeral Home, or may have been accidentally unite behind the drive and the victim, two' Negro men
locked la the
to which the boy's body bad : car said ho Is very concerned pulled In front of her vehicle
Palm Plaza Salon Supplies and Chemicals been taken for a pauper i while loading playing shed! near a melon bout the area's desperate then dragged her out end
need for a now, larger hospital. '
.
Beauty Daily Deliveries Just Phone s247,2018278.5261TRACY < burial forced her Into their "
South Dado joined all of .
(FOR THE ) CHEMICAL CO. Ramon was the son of Mr. Dade County in contributions to The driver of the car then
Under the Direction of the Well Known Swlmulnc Pool Supplies Paper Goods Service Station and Mrs. Otilio Gutierrez, tend the little boy on his last "I would like to uy that none proceeded to approximately224th

HAIR STYLIST... MR. PETERS Supplies Bar & Restaurant Supplies Items for Motel, Woodland Calif., crop workers journey and to pay funeral expense person family or small Street and 103rd Avenue
High Fashion Coiffure. Hotel. Club School Home aad Hospital Us *All Typee of who could not afford to have *. Contribution rolled in group of people should deter where the victim said the assault
PALM PLAZA BUILDING Floor Finishes Cleaners .Soaps.Detergents.Floor Machine in such quantities that there the progretslve citizen of this took place
18761 So. Dixie Highway, Porcine CE 105S4 Sales and Rentala 2M01 Old S. Dixie Highway Goulds will be hundreds of dollars left community, and particularlythe
.. The girl said she screamed
over for his parents and their membership of the hospital -
Jewelers Gifts four surviving children corporation: in their deans for help. the car was moving
BoatsMAXSON National Airlines will fly the and efforts to see that but the man who was holding
MARINE MARTTHUNDERBIRDOMC COME GEE... body to California today, .n adequate non-political, nonprofit her bit her on the face. After
FERGUSON JEWELERSWatch COME SAVE I and efficiently operated the car bad been topped, she
hospital be built and maintain said, she tried to resist but was
Boats BOSTON WHALERS ,Jawalery & Shaver Repair Police. May ed for the benefit of the sick bitten on the face again and

EVINRUDE MOTORSNo. 328 Washington Ava, Homestead, '10. and injured in this commun- one of the men liked the otherif
ty. be had "the gun"
Edge of Hom.c**.d on U. S.I CI 7-S22C Phone CI 7.4535 $ Have Your
"" "I feel confident this will be The victim said she told
Builders Lamps 2000 SHADES Lost BikeHas accomplished." the men she 'would moot them
-- again If they 'would take her
LET'S BUILD LIGHTORAMAS832SunatDr. Member of the member
back to her car, so they com
COMMERCIAL-HOMES-ADDITIONS MO 74941 a bicycle been lost, board which direct hospital piled. However, en reaching

Call Wally 'Keirstead CI 73808LOTSACREAGE J -IT- For Lamps & ShadesOpen DVICE household strayed or tHome.te.d stolen from your Bognar operations, Mr*. are A. E.MrsFaye White Mr. the tho girl highway s car had they boon found,tol.that".

I I Police Department F.
Gray Butcher Mn. E. J.
The two men took her te
Frl Evei. Repair ,, Accoiwrlei
has almost two dozen unclaimed
Dyal Ralph Wetroore Dr.
AVAILABLE and
Mays High School gave
Bring Your Lamp For Fittinq that have been abandoned .
ones '
Pena Edward Delany Dr. Joe
GENERAL CONTRACTOR-P.O. BOX 104 DISCOUNT her a dime to make a phonecall.
BEAUTIFUL GIFT LAMPS AT either by their owner Burton, Councilman Herman (.
Carpentry Painting Sales and Service TREATREx5TARRINCn or by other youngsters 'who Marks, Dr. James A. Smith and
Mower
Lawn i
evidently "borrowed" them for Judge David Llebman. Police were notified by the
LAWNMOWER REPAIR a joy ride and then walked off girls father after she called
PETER HUYER JR. and left them.Information. Nine of the directors 'wore
MODERN SALES AND SERVICE DEPT.
about the unclaimed present at the Friday afternoon him.An
Authorized Dealer for Clinton Engine and
Your arrangement was supposedly
bicycles is available special mooting at which
by
Home Improvements Part for South Dade and Monroe CountloaBRIOCS
made for the girl to
telephoning the department Smytho 'was dltmlatod. Mrs.
Work .STRATTON ENGINE PARTS DEALER meet the two in front of
Quolity men
247-1535 between 9 am. and Dyal and Mr*. Butcher 'wore
BROOKER HARDWARE & LUMBCX CO. 5 p.m. gut of town. Hays High Tuesday night, but
Licensed Insured CE 8-1958 225 SW 2nd Ave, Homestead, Fla. .Phone 247.7321 Owners may have their bicycles the word got out that the police -
Dr. Pena defined to state were searching for them
by Identifying and claimIng
Ceramic Roof Coating Lawn Spraying them at the station between how each member voted on the and they failed to show up.

Special Formula For All Typos Roof those.hours dlamltsal, but Indicated it was
A
The stolen car was found
Ceramic Kiln not a unanimous decision.
Superior Mfg. NEW THERMO COATING. NEEDS ONLY CLEANING Bicycle stored for more than later with. the front wheels and
IN A PERIOD OF YEARS ilx months, unclaimed are sold Smythe, a retired Air Force: the battery mining
RETAIL WHOLESALE REPAIRS LAWN SPRAYING AND fERTILIZINO BUICK SPECIAL at auction

4v SUPPLIES A We Specialize In Controlling All Lawn Pests

% 129S3 SW 87th .....Benton Bid). .OT ARCHIE DIXON'S SPRAY SERVICE VB AND va Owners To Be Warned
'KP 238-5481 o Licensed and (Insured o All Work Guaranteed
Free Estimates and Inspection 23S.1M

-ChiropractorsDR.- Stationers leSABRE (@ Junk Removal


WALTER D. REYNOLDS DELK'S I IKYLARK *

CHIROPRACTOR2386343OFFICE

HOURS DAILY 2:30 to 7130 p.m. Supplies HOMESTEAD_ Art Supplies STATIONERSOffice Books- Greeting Cares I WILDCAT Plea UnheededDisappointed

340 Wllhln ton Ave.Homettead Circle 74441

HAGAN BLDO. '171)3 So. Federal l Hwy, Perrine, Fla, FREE DELIVERY I ELECTRA 225 trI at the Initial 'with five firms to pick( tp
reiponae to his free offer o. such cars and remove themat
Contractor Service StationsANDERSON'S I Junk ear removal Homestead no coot to junk car yards
s i RIVIERA 9 building and sousing chief outside the city.
HOME BUILDERS (ffi& TRUCK STOPAMUICANj w James Roberts aaid Tuesday
V Jilll. he plans personal visit next More than 800 unuiuablo
HOME IMPROVEMENTS .' 237 N. KROME AVE.. FLORIDA CITY week to residents where the car litter the city, said Roberta -
I P Across from Farmer Market I PERFORMANCE unsightly vehicles are parked. in violation of a year
MYERS CONST. CO. Hell tell the property owners old ordinance which carries
Complete Truck Service Flats Fixed CONTINUOUS he said that they have penalties of ,up to 1500 and
Welding Steam Cleaning Trailers Washed The Rocky Mountain chain five days to rid their yardsof 60 day In jail A number of
Licensed and Insured CE 3-0190
; Cl 7IP CI 7.J3S9 (night AT. .. extends 2,200 miles, 1,290 of the junk cars or face legal these are In regular junkyards
which: are in the United action under ordinance."So .or tied
Floor Waxing BLAKE-BIRD city car parta Iota
j States. Its
greatest width is '
MR. ADVERTISER far we've and
gotten permission Crags around the city
la Utah and Colorado where
SUN CLEANING CO. BUICK INC. to more about 10 illegally parked outside rather -
it is .350 miles In
Floor Waxing: .Window/ Washing/ J THIS SPACE.IS.RESERVED 320 So. Krome Ave, Colorado, there are across.55 summits vehicles said Roberta.H than behind walls or
en'offer within
announced week a building
: a ago as required
COMPLETE JANITORIAL SERVICE 'tt' Homestead, Fla. surpassing 14000'feet
s' FOR YOU. la for free removal of junk by the ordinance
height and more than 250
Commercial Industrial/ Institutions! cars from residential property Thewcommexlal place
2474131 23S-7642 mountains between
'Call 271-0772. Ucenied end Inured :; \ CI 7.2321 CE 8-3393 \ sad 14,000 feet 13,000 to thoM who would telephone have until Saturday to comply -
FREE ESTIMATES his office. Cl T-1801. With the ordinance or
Cagdq.Mle &IIUMIq" The city has an agreement face law suits, Roberta said.I .

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I OBITUARIES .If[ Hospital. News ,t

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Leisure Beside Us parses, surviving( ,
City JAMES ARCHER of SW 43rd St.,
are a brother, Thomas M. Jr.; quiit 8271 a
Man's\ Father his paternal grandmother, 1Ira. SMITH HOSPITALHOMESTEADnenlxKtr. son, Aug. 9.
Nellie Torbert of Could, and Mr and Mrs. JordM Wftfltn-r ,
his maternal grandparent, Mr. of 541 SW 79th St. t daughter
Killed In Fall ley, Williams )lows, Dtoria De
and Mr. Casper Johnson of Mott, Carol lernandes, Dar Aug. 9.Perrine

AleJ\! A. Lohmar, 77, ft!! Ferguson Dur' N '.. rell BrackneU, Constance Frey, Mr. and Mr*. John area Webb of
Mo., was killed Ang. G, Craveslde serviifs will beheld Sarah Tucker, Maude Shuler, 12410 SW 183th Tw., I IOn,
when ht fell from a ladder to Saturday at 11 o'clrck Jai"> C/ilflfb, Alice Newton, Aug. 9. 1
the bottom of the stairway at in Palms Memorial lark !under Shorrell Farrar, WlUUiA; Lee, SunlUnd area)4r i
Central Elementary School the direction ot Brinam Captola Gaitber, Betty Conk &nJ Mrs. C. Lane Wil
where he was cuitodiin. He wu Funeral Home. Rev. Frank wright, Robert Stripling, Julie liam of iHOl SW 119th! Ave ,
the father of Francis Lohmar Elvery will officiate Home, Donna Hopper; Marjorie a daughter, Auj: >
of Leisure Cit,. i Bryant
Mr. Lohmar was standing on Samuel Church FLORIDA CITY Montey Cutler Ptptitt.. Hospital L' SAVE NOW' a USE OUR COMVEWiF.MT LAYAWAY KAN
a ladder Ridge eras ,
replacing a window over : f
Tew, Hoyt Gillette, Mary Whid
a door when he lost hit Funeral services were held den. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Newconro I MM MY"
bllacce. Police said. that he Tuesday at "The Riverside" Rudi clL Timothy Palson, Perry of 9431 Easter Road, a son STARTS TODAY AT 9 A.M. PRICE; coco
tell bout 15 feel Douglas Read Chapel for Sam Aug. 2. THURS.-FRL.
Sanrlftaj are hU w |*. Mary uel Church 71, who died Sunday -I GOULDS Francia Mando- Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Martin SAT. ONLY
f : a daughter Mr. \atDIwn, He lived at 674 SW 64th ra.i of 9570 Caribbean Blvd., a titan rant'_ ._....
Dly. and three son, Her I Plan', Kendall area. LEISURE CITY Frances daughter, Aug. 4.Ktndall. SHOPPERS SPECIALS
bert and William of J.li He had been a resident' of ,Bert sol*, Patty Rutzke. art t UPHOLSTERY
and Pranrlj of Leisure this *ra for the past 27 years I It). MIAMI HEIGHTS Dais Mr. and Mrs. Robert GrOl"1 l ,
Funeral nats and burin) IUri'l comic here from Newark, N ',, Alvarez, Aorta; Alvarez, man of 5401 SW 78th St., IIOTDOG !
place Monday la Ferguson.Ztrs.Afidredh'aile J. H* was a well known homebuilder j'"Jlni'ta tUlazar Orlando Jose o! Au,. 1. and
. I in Co 'al Gables Saiaiar, Gaby Salazar, Ins Mr. and Mr. Robert Caskell 'I
Surviving ale his wife, Esther Baird, Chiliade Alvarez, Car. of 10130 SW 44U) Ter., a ton,i, A TEMPTING i! DRAPERYFABRIC
,I and ore sister, Mrs Sarah j] melita Arnachei Cecila Silva, Aug. t a Il l
' Mrs. Mildred Line, 40, of II Lipschitz Hernxn Dario Salazar, Henry: Mr. and Mr. Paul Cadoretof i II QELICIOUSTASTE I4 1I
\ 8900 SW nsth Ter., Sunilsnd n D f rt6S2ffiS1 SalazeiNARIKJA. 3510 SW 91st Ave., I ion.Aug TREAT I
, area, who d ed Sundiiy was burled Philip Kaufman I Beverly Shiver, 4. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. John Barlow rf I .
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Tuesdq in Star of David Annie KilcoTe Martha Waters, 45" to 54" Width
OmctoryShu Philip Kaufman, 47, of IMA.! Cuthcrine Ford.PRINCETON. 10020 SW 46th Ter., a 01"/1/I tl AT OUR SNACK BAR f
had been Tesident here SW 67th Avenue, died A' g. S Pedro Or Aug. S. '
for the past nine yarn coming He had tern a reiHcjt of I tiz, ft.bra Crawford. Mr. and Mr. Rut+'sell Wilson ICE CREAM SANDWICH 10c fhi L7 I
from Loa Angeles, Calif. Miami for evrn years coming TAVERNIER Herbert Al of 19255 SW 921<1. Road., a j wltolonsortrnent

She I* survived by her husband to the area fro'1Iew York daughter Aug. ,. _,---__ .
Lam-. leyMIAMI Mr and M.I Neal H. Levine, -- h t VVIdt Aniert.titnt
Jack of Miami: three City. He owned the Luc ) 57 Virginia Derrick .
IOns, Larry Bruce and Monte, Service at :SW Eighth :5tre<'t.Surviving Richard Rosenik, Jame I of 7424 SW S6th Ave., a daugher. AT OUR SNACK BAR 01 Materials Yd. i
all of Mum; two brother. are his wife, I lorence T. Tomerlin, Allison Winstem. : Aug. 6. DRINKS lOc } A"
Martin Ekhner, two sistirsMn. ; four sons Alan, Henry, MIAMI BEACH Pearl Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mitchell and 15c
Elaine Welder of New Stewart and (:<,.,jrf1 of Miami; of 9920 SW 46th St., a BMUdJOCyu..
York City an,I Mrs. Elaine Welder -'his parents, Ml and Mrs. Max BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Martha -daughter Aug. 6.: E.I ,Aga'aa.a"-t" J.-,,yr &,r
of New York Cliy Kaufman: three sisters, Mrs. Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles nsa.ra.anaaa;iraa
Gordon Molten Goo mesa, Mrs. Faye DeiU of 10741 SW 47th St, a ; 1.HOP
Fum-r l Home Blue Horse
..i charge of the air. memento: v"I'\II1IIT..n\ and Mrs. Coldie Vie- BIRTHS', daughter, Aug 7. AND .,,. ,, '
der an of New York. HOMESTEADMr. Mr. and Mrs. It an Feller of SAVE FILLERPAPER
Burial was in the Star of I 7230 SW 83rd St Plaza, a IOn
Sarah Gedanken David cemetery under the direction and Mrs. Corbit DeMolt Aug. 7. ,I EVERYDA" r
of Gordon Funeral girl, Aug. S. I Perrln area I AT
S; ah Gedanken 78. of SW I Home. Mr. and Mr*. William Far Mr. and Mrs. Martin Van i i Fin 2 or 3
85th Ave. ,, Kendall area, who I C I. I rar girL Aug. 7. Haa eren of 9830 SW IMth M'CCrry'sf' Ring
died Monday. HU buried ye- Airman 2.C. and Mrs. Joseph I I St., a daughter, Aug. S. I
Susan
terday In Mt. Sinai Cemetery Lyon Hopper Jr., girl, Aug. .. I: Mr. and Mn. William Reedyof i CANVAS
She was a resident here for LEISURE CITY 4140 SW 108th Ave a ? 21es
Mrs. Susan Frisbee Lyon died ? song
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the past 12 years, coming from Aug. 4 at her home la South Mr. and Mra. David E. Hit-I Aug. 4. L3
Brooklyn. NY. and was a Kortright, N. Y., at the age of'Eke girl, Aug. 5.MIAMI. Mr. and Mrs Lee O'Brien I -w 4 BINDERS-
member of the Workman's Cir S7 of 10471 SW 204th Ter.. a ,
cle.She 184 She was the widow of the Mr. Mrs. Freddie E. Lewis,I daughter Aug 6.Mr I i, LADItS It WITH CLIP
is survived by her husband late Andrew M. Lyon, who died boy, Aug. T. and Sirs Victor Musielakof TENNIS e N SWeatersSHOES
I'' indacTabs
Max; two son, Irving of,Dec. 2f, 1900.Survivors. South Miami H..pH.ICutttr 10515 SW 16Ist Ter., a son, .
Silver Springs, Md. and Abraham Include brother Ridge area I Aug. t. '' 152 Sheets Filler Paper andJackets
: of Miami; three daughters -I Clark Frisbee of a Coop-- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herald of Mr and Mrs. Russell Asbelll I t SUM 5.10 41 Page Dictionary
; Mrs Leonora Cohen of I crito n, N. Y; a niece, Mr*. 8871 Ridgelaml/ Drive, a daughter / of 1X251 SW 180th St., a dauah.1Richmond t Whitt-Black a Plastic Carry.AII Slits To
Westminister, Calif, Mrs Hosella I I with Fit
Frances Frisbee Young and a Aug. 7. ter, Aug. 7. Zipper
PomeianU of N. Hollywood I I igrand .niece, 1Iil.farllret Kendall area Heights area I
Calif., and Mrs. B. Harris Clark Young of Homestead. Mr and Mrs. David Byrnesof Mr. and Mrs. Frank ill
of Miami; a brother, Max Burial was in Bloomville, 9561 SW 89th Place, a IOn, Armstrong of 14221 Boggs Dr., 1.27: 2':99up:
Shapiro of Long Island, N. Y., N. Y.Mra. Aug. 3. a son, Aug. 7.SlInl.nd. \ $1.4 7
and 10 grandchildren Young and her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Me- art
Gordon Funeral Home was In are in South Kortright. :Mullen of 2701 SW 81st Ave., Mr. and Mrs Charlie Daniels
charge of arrangment.a I daughter, Aug. 4. of 18311 SW 103rd Court, a ,
e Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kowal of daughter: Aug. 1. I BOYS FILLER PAPER A s'1 LADIESJcans
Dies 213 SW 58th Court, a daughter, Mr and Mrs. Paul Ronskamp Western Cut
Infant 'Aug. 4. of 16520 SW 102nd Ave.,,,* g vI"'
Marvin D. Torbert one-day- TroooeBilsays./ I Mr. and Mrs. Frederick daughter Aug. 1. I thC H a If-Sle IpS
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II Zachariaa of 5950: Killian, a Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Molerof .' Vet OytdPulfCut ; Fits2os3 Ring Allor..e.ore
Torbert Sr., of Goulds, died son, Au,. S. 5925 SW 113th Ave., a a,
Aug. 12 in Dunn, N. C.PapyToBc. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Strongof daughter, Aug. 4. e Sizes .t2 500 Sbssts .m.. M.d... Lea.
.. 4910 SW 92nd Ave., a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Fritz '
Aug. 6. of 7550 SW 138th St., a son,
% Mr and Mrs. Donald Scldone .Aug. S.tYIRY I. 177$1: j
of 1012 SW 68th Court, II'
I daughter, Au,. 7. '
Buried Today I Mr. and Mrs. Christie Ros- DOLLAR HELKLORIOA .
setti of 8700 SW 41st Ter., a .'
Sell".y... lMtleft. Tel
son, Aug. 7.
Rep Bernie C. Papy, who I' Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Morrisof > HONCt BATH BOYS' SHORT SLEEVES I
represented Monroe County In 11181 SW 60th Ter., a daughter MUSEUM S7
Florida' House of Representative Aug 8. e* Ml, HetneHeeerta.. I TOWELSFLOWERED SPORT
for 28 consecutive years,1 Mr and Mrs. Larry Lund- .' SHIRTS 1
will be buried this afternoon in --- I ''
Key West, which had been home '"' t Tapered Body
for the "King of the Keys" 'MEMOS' 4Pii t Ivy Style Reg. 1.99
nearly all his life. Heavy Duty, Super Abior.bant. .
Funeral services at 4:30 p m. I Decorative Color
at First Congregational Church i s \ ft- wy '! Full Slit. BOYS' IVY and CONTINENTAL
will be followed by burial in I t
City Cemetery P.apy died Mon .L SJIV JEANS and SLACKS
day of lung cancer .at Miami 3 i NOW ONLY 61oCHILDRENS
Baptist Hospital, at the age of PAULINE CLAYTON ________ t Slim and Regular
62. If your hair is the wiry type learn to live with It. e Concealed Adjustable
Before being defeated In 1962 Smart drivers wear seat belts You can massage the scalp and brush the hair daily I Side Tabs 2.09
he had held his House seat to Increase circulation and distribute natural oils so a* to
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t Sires to
iven if they drive only two
longer than any other memberof ease dryness. Shampoos of the egg formula and I.nolln..n.rlrhed
that body. He staged a comeback blocks from home You can types are good Follow with a cream rinse to check :
last spring, winning, the get Into i serious accident In the curls and reduce static electricity and things will be DRESSES
Democratic nomination for the front of your home as well as looking up.Things. 41 FULL FASHION
legislative seat, and was unopposed miles away from home. Seat will look up even further 'way ig if you Sizts 3 to In $ 99
for the November election belts save lives. 3.3 I manage a session at PAULINE'S SALON OF BEAUTY, 824 b; 7tet4Assorttd f.Costume.
N. Krome Avenue. Phone 247-7241, Colors 1 up ,
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",I.... a ...u. scientist "':I'he Ie people dnt undersUrd '

Svkwrlvtln ...... by Mil I ........ lilli I _Ui.. lit I '7RWAGO (NEA) Important ele- what tegritiot li all about. To many If ;t
rear II.MI kr wrtor II M.U .....lrl n M......... II ..ata pr 5>enU of the white backlash tevm not to not most, scgref attoa is a way of life They
-- be \01 till understood Inquiries in this great Uke! to live unto themselves apart not only
411 e..wssk.tM.w ...... .. ......... a Tk N... L.d.r-- urbii. melting pot bring\ from Negro but from all ethers."
roe .h Hteo. "'ida, .18. 1.. t I
)f. _lei...... ...... ...,.... _._....... them Into sharps' fora ... In fact, while each national minority putsgroes

"_Ia. IIltIoo 515 ta. ....... It It nearly impoadbl > ,1 at the low end of the scale at
ren"'Y... ........ .IU' to exaggerate th iljniflJ *_[_ most lacking In education and good habita
cue that imnufunt (th off', the so-called Appalachian whites are placed

nic grotrjw., ijoig whom .J next lowest.
Statistics Doing Little the backlash is strong, attach ra.. A These folk ftel'g the poverty of the

to owning i home -. >;...... Middle AtliQlirad Swthern highlands,
: ref and clear in a solid | pour into Chicago stetJ'N.' The minoritiestake

t To Cut Highway Deaths tftille>: neighborhood.Home alarm when, they lr.r Horror stories
ownership Is m+t' about poor white ripping out .nrldlngs: and
\h / P c1 ought a* a lUtui symbol font fiiroatla other bouse fittings to burn as ftw.ood.

a Slaughter on Dade' highway In the last the shallow social sense It is fear cf. these thing that leads tnr.e
j three weur has. been at a near unprecedentedpace. we employ today To the Immigrant Pole, nationality groups to retlst tie encroach

It's senseless, needless and 'sad.Whea 1 ll---// j Italian, German or other European, it it a ment of the poorer city dweller, Including
mark of economic independence equated hill county *, '. eOOOf's, Puerto Ricaas
a person dies whether ft', from aa, with the achievement of personal freedom. and Mexicans

natural causes or In the crash of automobiles 4Fra. ( It Is the drum unfulfilled in Europe but The minorities loudly oppose urban renewal
a void [till left in the lives of his family re l la- realized In America. !, not as a people worried over the

tives and friends. In the bU Industrial cities, the Polish or growth of federal power, but as homeowner ,
You cnn't put a price on life, but the Na- USSR Italian's family home li truly iti caitle. who see alum clearance scattering
tional safety Council has developed a formula d ;M. Misleading plain exteriors often conceal Negroes and others in a wide arc and leading .

by which the economic losses from traffic accidents k 4 costly! interior improvements. Sons marry, them to push into better and more

injurie ,and deaths can be computed. and the newlyweds live with parents until stable areas.Sociologists.
It, is based on numerous factors used to bail close.knit ethnic
such as whata they can find a home within a, few doorsor
person killed would have contributed to his block of the family place. groups as contributing heavily to sttl Uity

comm/intt./ ? In the way of earnings and spendin Nothing Is more stunning to these peo- and order In our cities. Today these societies

:?, e lsts for hospitalization and treatment to ple than to look up and see "outsiders" loom as fortresses trying to *ird

to the injured, lost production time by the in moving into the neighborhood.Nor gainst a rising tide of Negro and other

jv..ted, property losses, etc. are their frowns reserved for Negroes "outsider" ,\
Using the formula, the Dade County Citi- ttlJ r / + alone. Ethnic groups in U.S. cities Obviously these fortreist Win erected

zens Safety Council has concluded that if the Tb:2WrIt.r1 glace are notoriously clumlsh originally with good purpose. The cues-
county's accident picture for the first six -.-...'... .. ''' Charles Percy, GOP nominee for governor lion now Isi bow to cope with them in an

Month prevails for the last six the loss to r--- Our Readers Write of Illinois, was astonished to learn age which see a' fairly shapeless mass of It
Dade'r economy for the year will be $41,000- that Chicago has 78 sepsis te Ge>'man language mban Negroes: making a tremendous push

000, a total of $7.000,000 higher than the pre- :l orgtniution toard higher levels.

vious record year of 1962. r _
During the first six months of this year Letters The ( :

Dade had a total of 19,041 traffic mishaps, CJt Ht H\

compared to 17,197 for the same time last e

year. The number of persons killed is nearly Proof Difficult ... EO to the higher ups and learn W* should learn to "'IY .ID I
80 abovd last year and the number of injuredup everything will be denied take heed If w* desire to

approximately 1,200. To .,. a false investigation maybe reach the goal / Cooperation
Come
At the rate Dade motorists have begun By lieU in which everything Is what w. need.

the second half' of the year, the safety council's Editor will be whitewaihed. Try itand To be successful /
a race
Beattie and Mrs. E. L. Sullivan
Have just read your editorial seel I A former Florida 20 YEARS AGO Mrs. Hugh
figures will prove to be low. Some must follow, some must
the vice
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and
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demand Commissioner tried supporters ,
in which City ,
you of (Taken from file .f the Homestead
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Statistics have been cited time and againto lead But regardless
ask him what happened. Martin Frame pianist.
that "Pearson Must Name Mrs. ,
Leader ind Enterprise, Issue ef Friday,
what do / Cooperationis
show the value of safe driving and foolish. you
Names or Give City a Clean A* for myself, I don't want what w* need. Aug. 11, 144.) 52 YEARS AGO
and of otherwise. The "
ness tragedy doing
Bill. Apparently you have my name used; I am not a (Taken from flits of the South Florid
statistics can make interesting reading, but no conception of the extentof resident nor taxpayer in Since we all can't be leader .
the Banner, South Dade't first Issue
Danger from "sabotage" by rat newspaper
their effectiveness seems to have been the min the gambling racket in Homestead; I never met your / Here'i the thing for
withon. population of South Dade was headlinedin of Friday, Aug. t, 1112, In lit first
Homestead and Florida u* to do / Cooperit
City. city manager, Mr, Pearson,
imum.The who' / And the Leader Enterprise as volunteer hi If.ytir ef publication.,,.)
of have leading we
plea for sanity on the highways must Lure sums money but I sure admire his courage
been spent in the past to buy If you are really InterestedIn are bound to !go through. worker prepared to kick off a twoprongeddrive
go on.But law votes for city officials favor- exposing these protected There I I. nothing impossible to eradicate rats from the area. The school at Princeton opened Aug. t
we need more. Stepped-up en- able to the gambling interest gambling rackets, your paper for a Negro / Upon the First planned was an all-out campaign to with Mrs. Kratz as teacher, and students
forcement is one. Another might be new *. should do a little v Investigating fact of this earth lOne of clean up all possible sources of food for remarked on the improved appearanceof
thinking or. the handling of those found guilty Several years ago your own that Is, if you are not the wisest men who ever lived the rats; then hamburger treated with red the school house and grounds Residentsof
of traffic violations. For instance, might it not paper cited the fact that a afraid of getting your' finger / A Negro mother gave him aquill\ poisonous to rats was to be broad- the community had spent part of the
be more effective to sentence them to work in former Florida City employ birth. cist summer vacation adding a ceiling, repairing -
a hospital emergency room one night than to flashed a large roll of bills burnt.INTERESTED CITIZEN Black ii really honorable. Principal menaces which: residents hopedto seats and adding more desks and seatsto
order them to pay fines .in nstaurant while eating Florid City / To be black 1 I. nothing bad. '
enrollmentA
; j t 'II. erase by eradicating the rat populationwere take car of the Increased
his breakfast, and remarkedto S / The Bible say Solomon was
the typhus (which had been on the In- community picnic wound up a general
waitress and managerthat black / He was the wisest
the money was going to What The man we've had. crease in South Florida) and bubonic clearing and cleaning of the grounds aroundthe

decide the election scheduledfor I thought to mention these plague (which: had upsurged alarmingly in little ichool.Commenting .
Baseball Programs Help that day. Later, when Negro NeedsEditor things / Praying that you South America and several southern U. S. e .

questioned, he denied it will take heed / Unity and ports). that "there is nothing like
Many local Individual have : cooperation ii / What the e competition to make thing lively," the
Build Better Boys, MenHomestead's4 actually observed the payoffIn This Is what the Negro Negro needi. Manager Kit Carson of the Redland District Banner reported that Princeton's new

vote buying. "Prove It," need.: Mary Lavern Hollis, 13 Chamber of Commerce reported that grocery store, Murray & McVicker, was
you ..). It's not. that easy A* a sacs we all shouldtil Florida City the chamber had answered more than 300 doing a rousing business, as was Its com

Little League All Stars ,-,-"" '" ".""'.-- inquiries about the area, principally about petitor, first store in the Princeton area.
brought honor and recognition upon themselvesand real estate. .

the Homestead area by advancing to the Your Weekly For the first time, the tiny post officeat

quarter-finrls! of the state tournament, where Christina Laing Owens, year-old early Princeton offered money order service,

they lost,a heartbreaker, 1-0. pioneer of Goulds, died Aug. 7, 1944. The thanks to the efforts of its postmistress.
It was the first time any team from the wife of W, H. Owens, retired Goulda post. .
area had advanced so far in district play, and Bible Lesson mister and merchant, Mrs. Owens was a W. D. Home and C. M. Nelson broughtin

the boys and their coaches, Chuck Griffin and ch.rter'member of Homestead PresbyterIan carpenters from Miami to do the finishing -

Buddy Booker, deserve special commendation, Church and Naraoja Chapter of Eastern work on their new home
not only for their accomplishments, but also I Faith On TrialBy Star She came to South Dade with S e .

for representing the area as fine gentlemen.The her second husband, John Strange, who Another new home was .completed lathe
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boys on the all-star team and their JAMIE P. HIGGINS worked on the extension of Henry Fl.,. southern part of Homestead, and C. L.
coaches were among more than 400 boys and ler's railroad to Key West and engagedin Sherltt and his family moved in.
60 adult volunteers who participated this summer SCRIPTURE LESSON that generation of unbelievers awe-inspiring voice at Sinai farming. After his death she married .

in the Greater Homestead Little Leagueprogram. Numbers 14238.: perished. ther For and His presence was itill hit partner, Owens, who had made his S. A. Murden of Modello advertised an
Other hundreds of boys and adultsin The events In today's lea- them K.desh barnea spelled with them In the pillar of home with the family for many years. almost brand new Opal lined hardwood refrigerator .
son took place about a year defeat sod fumbled .
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oppor- cloud and fire. His glory e
League for tale and described it like
South Dade participated in Khoury ,
after the building of the unity Instead of victory because ',
had just manifested Him as
Mrs J. B. Cohernour was installed noble this "Nickel trim
in the Perrine area. : : finish aa ornament toaDy
play, primarily tabernacle a brief description of their unbelief. For It appeared "in the tabernacle
Quite naturally! the all stars bask in the of which was presentedin them the opportunity never. of the congregation before grind of the Liberty Rebekah Lodge. dining room. Plenty of room for any
most glory, but all who have participated in the last week's lesson. returned. all the children of I- Other officers were Mrs. A. A. Gorday, vice family; full 100 Ibs. ice capacity."
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programs: share it with them. The people of Israel had Caleb and Joshua the two rael." (Verse 10) But unbelief grand; Mrs. Belle Garrett chaplain, Mr.
The purposes of Little League, Khoury traveled from Mount Sinai spies who wanted to go for *o restricted them that Rufus Graham, warden; Mrs Irene Shan- Advertised by R. F. Titum: "For exchange
League and other similar programs include the to Kadesh barnea, a placein ward, were the only two of they could think of nothing klin, conductress; Mrs J. H. Dixon, inside : late model 5-passenger Pullman
of better boys not just better base- the extreme south of Can the *00ooo men over 20 els. guardian; Mrs. B. J.. Stafford, outside automobile and two passenger 1913 enclosed -
building ,
volunteers will aan the gateway to the year old who lived to enter Verse 30-31( "Doubtlesi guardian; Mrs 0. C. Radford right aup- body auto for two small tracts of
ball players. One by-product, as Promised Land. The storyof Canaan, the land of "milk y* .hU not com into the porter; Mrs. M. L. Wise, left supporter; Redland well located."
attest is better adults, who learn by supervising Israel at Kadesh-barnea and honey." land save Caleb .. and
and directing.To ( of victory) marked God had
symbol a promised this landto Joshua But your little ones,
all boys and adults who participatedin decision that affected a whole Abraham and his posterity which y* said would be a For And About TeenagersA

the Little and Khoury Leagues, we say congratulations generation It was a turning; Mut since taking possession prey, them will I bring In,
and better luck next year. point In Israel's history In of it was a conquest of and they shall know the land
the wilderness. faith, it could not be inhent-. which ye have despised." Handshake Is Sufficient
Their decision here meant ed by those who did not believe God in His mercy chose
going on or tinning back, God. to let the younger generation
not standing still. "By faith the walls of Jericho live and enter Canaan.
I Grist and.priis ] fell down." (Heb 11:30): This promise was literally Goodbye After First DateBy
At that time 12 spies, one "But without faith it 1 Is im- fulfilled. Thus faith did not
.By OLIN from each of the 12 tribes of possible to pleas Him; for he stagger at the promise of "
Israel, were sent ahead to that cometh to God must God, because it 1 jl "fully persuaded C.; 0. SMITH
With reference to people, It ii difficult to understand investigate and bring back a believe that H* I I. (exists), that, what He had THE WEEK'S LETTER I SHOULD YOU }
mostly college students, going how a person can watch the report. This wa man'a Idea, and that H* I I. a rewarder of promised He was able alsoto have few question and
into Mississippi in the doings at nominating conventions set forth as man' proposal them that diligently Seek perform. (Rom. 4:21). would a like to have an opinion LETA&OYK1S5need
Interest of civil rights, Sen- on the scene or via a* against God'a command to Him." (Heb. 11:6). Numbers 14: verses 13-20( concerning them. You o E RST
ator Talmadge (D-Ga.) says television, and still not believe go up and possess the land Verse 2: "And all the children reveals the great intercessory
they should have swept In evolution. One, if you go with a boy
fearlessly l and courageously.This of Israel murmured prayer of Moses for the
for the first time, should
around their own doors be- I I. an example of God' against Moses and against disobedient unbelieving mule you.
let him "kiss" ?
fore sallying forth as missionaries permissive will aa against His Aaron and the whole congregation titude and thus saved them you
With reference to the ,overnment' Another, do you think you
to another area. It directive, perfect will. Thenas said .. would God from utter destruction. ("Par
campaign to get should park with a boy i on
may be that some of them now man was a free moral wi" had died In the wilder. don, I beseech them, _the InIquity -
people to exercise It the road?
more
couldn't have swept around agent God 'sometimes allow ne..." of this people accordIng -
is suggested that the FHA and What li a good age to begin -
their doors, and that theydldJI't "
that which is second beat to thy mercy ) and should
VA disapprove house dating you
have a bulldozer handy. any H* never force man to do Instead of the land of plenty Verse 381 "But Joshua...
plan unless the carport Is go alone, as one couple or
His perfect will, even though they preferred the wilderness and Caleb. Jived atiU." double-date
placed on the tide
Men are boys, congenitally, opposite it Is beat for him.' God granted their After Mo...' death, Joshua do think one ----- .
ol the house from the kitchen. Lastly, you
but never more so than when Ten of the spies saw walled desire and that very wilder became his successor and later should go steady not be explained also the f.mllialltomoblle then
playing politics. cities and giants, compared net became their grave. led Israel Into the Promised
MOlt OUR COMMENT A handshake make it unwise. double-dating is in order.You'll .
daily newspapers carry Verse Iirael' wlldeinesawanderlnga Land. God assured hint of
with whom they weietut ( 29) la a sufficient "good There is "best"
no to
the full age discover however
ask whatever text of politicalplatforms.
Some
one grasihopnera But two continued for 40years His piesenc by saying "Be bye" after a first date. Anything start dating but there iia that the responsible
Ills i parent
became of the Socialist: political suggested that Jehovah God In for each and of good ,
apses law a year day strong courage else i* like a goodbye "best" way The "first" will Insist that the automobile
in the U. S. It ha some pollster made a
party to survey comparison with Whom nothing of spying activity. ..the Lord thy God 1 Is with kill to the stranger who sat dates should be to properly U a method of transportation
been absorbed by the liberal ascertain what percentageof 'else matured. The 10 Verses 26-27 "And the them whithersoever thou, go- next to you on the bus. chaperoned activities.It and
coalition of Democrats and people, if any, read these relied on themselves, and Lord poke unto Moses and IIC." (Josh. 1.9)) Newspapers cross the is fitting and for nothing who nor The teenager
Republicans, hasn't It? I platforms In their entirety. knew their Insufficiency '(Number unto Aaron saying I The transplanting of this proper put unexplained
. country are frequently reporting parents to provide "taxi serv mileage on an auto or violates
11:31). The other two have heard the murmuring entire nation bodily, from erne new stories which ice": to take their teen triffie law usually wind up
Tomorrow Is Here." People aren't quite so fun. relied on the Lord (Number of the children of Israel, land to another meanwhile should convince any Individual and date to the party and walking or being chauffered.
Title of magazine article. ny as monkeys, but they' 14:8-8). which they murmur against maintaining It 40 year In a that It 1 I. unwise to park bring them horn When a Going steady can hardly be
Thanks for the information.We would douttless be funnier if The result wa that the mL- desert, I II in Itself one of the either along a busy highway teenager becomes old enoughto recommended for the teenager
had been wondering what they weren't somewhat Inhibited whole company turned backto most marvelous miracles of or In some remote country drive and responsible just starting to have
became of today wlldneress wandering un-'. The people bad heard Cod's the a,... lane. Other reasons that enough to be trusted with dates.

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PLAIDS ARE BACK this IDEAL FOR THOSE cool KEY SIMPSON, THIS BRIGHT RED par. THE BLUE MIDDY dressis THE NEW LOOK for the HIT FOR the youngerset PAM WOOD, 12, daughter
year and Shine Rowe, winter days arc theta 11, daughter of Mr. and ka and grey pants are expected lo be the rage young man about town is it this red print blouse", of Mr. and Mrs. David
daughter of Mr. and Mri. grey knicker pants, white Mrs. Kenneth R. Simpson worn by seven-year-old this year both for the this blue-green Shetland blue denim skirt and blue Wood, Palmetto Country
Richard Rowe, SW 121 shirt and red vest sweat Cutler Ridge, models Gory Lewis, ion of Mr. younger and older let. sweater, grey pants and sweater. Debra Schloi- Club Estates, modelsa
Street, models a light blue ter and grey plaid hot. a grey dress that con and Mrs. Arnold Lewis of Lynn Hofmann, 11, daughter plaid hot modeled by David berg, three year old two-piece black and
plaid Jumper with yellow John Carlisle, SW 109th be worn not only for Snapper Creek. A red T- of Mr. and Mrs. Kinser, nineyearoldson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .white plaid suit. Just the
turtle neck sweater. Avenue, is ready for school but for modeling shirt is also included in Frederick Hofmann of of Mr. and Mrs Lester Law f. n c. Schlosberg, thing to wear to Junior
school or a special outing. Interviews or shoppingwith the outfit suitable for Palmetto Country Club estates Smith of SW 97th Malibu Estates, it the cute high classes or church.
Mom. the boy on the go. 'is the pretty model.of Street, Kendall. model.



I South Dade School Children Are The Models For Burdine's Show


Fasliions for the younger set were shown Plaids and checks were stillery much in ious shades fcr those occasions where a young Fashion Dates at Burdine's Dadeland Storeare

Saturday at Burdine's Dadeland store with five evidence for the fall season for the girls, with man might need one. as follows: Aug. 14-College Show, Young
grey the predominent color for boys. Floridian Shop, 7:30: p.m.; Aug. 15-Ameri
girls and three boys modeling; what the well Loafers were the> most popular shoes for
Two-piece outfits of skirts and blouses can Girl Fashion Show, Girls Department, 2
dressed young girl! or boy will wear to school both girls and boys.
were :ihowrfor the girls as well as Jumpersand p.m.; Aug. 22-Junlor and Senior High Fashion
this fall.
rniddy-typ: dresses in light shades of blue. Burdine's have scheduled other fashion Show, Debs Den, 2 p.m.
Jay Klnzer, fashion coordinator, was the The hit of the show for boys was a bright chows during: the month of August to give all -

moderator, with over 100 parents and childrenin red sweater vest, grey pants and a white shirt. age groups an opportunity to get a previewof I
attendance. Plaid hah were also shown for boys, var the new fall fashions. Pipe Valves-fittings-Structural Steel
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I She Paints In Oils And Draws As A Hobby -Plumbing Svppf/es


Staff Photos I" A. & B. PIPE' & STEEL CO.

(Editor's/ Note This/ U the still finds time to do the thing en alley in Detroit. She I
fourth In I series/ of articles she likes moat, and< still serveas perched on a fire escape to Dan Phifer i 500 N.W. 5th Street Corner 5th Avenue
bout people and their/ hobbits second vice president of the paint this scene. By
living' at Homestead Air Officers' Wives Club. iL
Force Bit.They are confined Son Likes Art PHONE: FR 3-6211 MIAMI, FLORIDA
Paints/ : Oils
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to the Officers' Wives is the L
Officer Wives Club will holde / Mrs Verdejo paints .In oils There is another painter in
Hobby Show at thtlr luncheon and, water color and draws the Verdejo family, her son,
meeting, Sept. 16, when with ink and pastel Her style Dennis He works In charcoal
y t these arts will be exhibited.) can be most closely described and oil. Dennis has done an oil

Mrs. Rafael L. ((Shirley) as semi.abstract. Although her of a girl's face which many
11.i Verdejo's hobby Is painting pictures haven't the clarity of a people think Is a portrait of
.i Fh Her other interests Include fur photograph, her trees are his mother. When he babysits,
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niture reflnbhlng and rebuildIng recognizable as trees, her people he paints pictures for the chil
as people. They are not dren. He is a natural talent as
gardening, bowling, bridge
and sewing. colors in need of Interprets he has never had any formal no l defrostidg ever
tion. As she p. I n t s for training from his mother
Wife Of Captain enjoyment she 11 I k e. to keep
She Is the wife of Capt. every picture. She has been I Also Barber's ,';
y r' v c '''oaf Verdejo, who Is attached to the offered a handsome price for Mrs. Verde je Is also the ./
28th Bomb Squadron. The a painting which hangs in her family barber. Not only
family lives .t .2D78.B South living room. It is done In vivid. for the boys, but for their
Carolina Avenue on base They blue and soft green, She painted two poodles 2d e e s as well
are parents of five children the picture because the a standard French
Dennis 15; Tom 14; Lisa 9; needed a "touch of green". in poodle Pepe I. kept In a Dutch clip .
1 Edward 8. and Mark 3. Mrs. the living room. Blue Boy n, a' miniature
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ti 'Verdejo was born and raisedIn Her only art instruction was poodle, still has his puppy
Ludington, Mich. In high school One of the most clip It takes Mrs. Verdejo
Even though her schedule asa interesting pictures she about four hours to completely mother Is a busy one, she this time was a Water color groom Pep'e.

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Wives Club luncheon *Hobby Show 'in September. r CONVENIENTLYNeedn't

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Hot Swiss Fondue FINANCED r-- You'll enjoy "supermarket" .In your kitchen:
with this popular double-door 2-in-l appliance.
I AT LOW COST A modern refrigerator to safekeep fresh foods for
everyday use. Plus a true zero-cold food freezer
Ideal For Parties with adequate storage space for today's demands

WITHOUT RED TAPE (and ice cubes galore.)
Plenty of room to stock up on meat"apedas
Rosamond Rice of Venn, Cole Here's The Recipe "
" Miami, founda 3 tbsps. butter and freezer"bargains.
, & recipe Associates in a Inc.Swill, cafe during 3 tbaps. flour '- Bigger Inside, smaller outride, todays) no-fmt
recent European trip whichih 1 teaspoon salt electric Refrigerator-Freezers bold to much moro
eels Th. News Leider' U teaspoon pepper i -yet take up less space.
.. readers might like to try. U teaspoon garlic salt Stay a Pipe Dream: I Best of all you never have to defrost again,
She relates there was a dash of nutmeg because frost can't form in either section.!
crowd of about 90, seated at 3 cups milk See the no-froit electric Refrigerator-Freezers
'- long tables to watch Swiss mu-. 2 8-ot. pkg. process s.. us for details obout making and separate Freezers in a variety of colon at I
slcians In national costume entertaln. Swiss cheese Worcestershire shredded ( It o happy reality withA your appliance dealer's. Generous trado-in allow I
2 teaspoons
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once;
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But Of adding course just there the right touch 1 loaf French bread cut IOWCOSTIAMX ....................................................
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bread. you
French into the fondue. ,. the evening nutmeg Add milk gradually I PERRINE-CUTLER RIDGE BANK : so much for the enjoyment of modem Florida IMngl 2

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cocktail parties, fondue each addition. Stir in Worchest satiric rose tree
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Vlrflntd' R. WWiomi, Editor t1f'"

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The John Jensens Visit :: I, Nuptials


Her Homeland In Denmark I Miss Caadaco Lynn Foster,
daughter of Mr and Mrs TRoy ,
I Mr. end Mrs. John Into Denmark, where they,\ Foster of J"10 SW 144th
tesidenU of NW 22nd Jen.en'j visited MM. Jensen' nicer Court Homestead and Hunt,i
Homestead, hv Mrs. Vaug Rasmuuen and her yule Ala, became the bride of.
I two month trip husband and family. William Lewis Neraee, oa o(I[!
j Jensen' homeland la Den From there, they went to Mr. and Mn John Nemee of!
JIIark."lbe. Germany where they visited Homestead July 11, at the
left New York, June S ill of the large cities and took bride's borne
en tit Swedish.American liner, a ride on the Rhine. They went DWI e a
tilt Griptholm, and returned back to Aalborg Denmark, _
Aug. ( on the Kungsholm. where Mr*. Jensen was born Rev Otis L. Garland, pastorof fr.s4 .
Upon arriving in Sweden they and raised for a visit with bet First Baptist Church performed -4
took tile train through Sweden sister, Mrs. Rose Harboe and the I o'clock!!: ceremonyin
,her many other relative Uing the presence of the immediate .
I there. families and close frleadi.
This was Mrs. Jensen's firs
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visit to her homeland in 2yean e e yr I i
and Mr. Jensen's first A
.. w visit to Denmark. Mrs. Jensen Given ia marriage by her
father, the bride wore a street
cam to the United States 1 III f
length of imported white
gown
1910, Sbt and her husband
lace taffeta, fashioned with
over
moved to Homestead from
round neckline- Wng pointed
Chicago 15 years ago They are in the fitted bodice. A
sleeves
,7!
Club.active members of.the Chicago ;,o.lr. ., scalloped hemline complemented j iLyxta
," ''>t' :' the full skirt Her double
The Jensens son and daugh I : : '; '::. shoulder length veil was held in
terin-law, Mr. and Mrs. JohnW. : -
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of
with seed
Jensen Jr., and ion, 3t /I v ; place a crown
I'I pearls and she carded a bridal
of Chicago, met them In New .
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The Jensen York and brought them to I t ; ."j .f bouquet of white roses and car
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I At N. Y. Port Homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pofftie Harrison of SW e e

II 189th Street, South Miami Heights, announce
the engagement of their daughter Constance Miss Melanie Kay Foster,
Louise to Barry Thiel, son of Mr. and Mrs. sister of the bride, was maidof ; d o
PRINCETON CHRISTIANDAY Robert Thiel of Green Hills. Miss Harrison is a honor She wore a street
length dress of pink crepe fashioned
1961 graduate of Palmetto Senior High School
with waist
and will bv a senior this year at the University an empire
of Miami, where she is majoring in music. She Ken Chancey, brother.In-law
SCHOOLCorner also tcache- piano. Her fiance is a 1961 grad- of the groom,.of Dothan, Ala, p E S r
uate of Palmetto Senior High School and will was best man. 4pA,

be a senior thl year at Florida State Univer- rat.
( Bayview and Coconut Palm) sity, Tallahassee, where he is majoring In busi- A reception followed the ceremony 1 w a
ness administration.! No date has been set for Among guest were E.
the wedding R. Foster the bride' uncle, 'of
REGISTER NOW Waco, Tex., and the groom'
.__"11I. 11 n .._.__ grandmother Mr*. Barbara .
Nemec of Tampa

MON thru FRI.-9:00-12:00 a.m. BEAUTY I '---f'---"' :' ". .""tr"' .111 1

After a honeymoon st Miami MRS. JAMES THOMAS MORGAN
247-3107 Mon.,Tues.,Wed. Beach and Bimini, the couples (Alice Elizoba th Marshall))
in
Shampoo and Set SPECIALi living Leisure City.

Protein Hair Mrs Nemec attended South
Dade High School. Her husbandis Miss Alice Marshall Bride
r; Kindergarten SAVE $1.50 Mon, graduate of South Dade

Grade 1 thru 8 TUBS Wed Try this $ 5Q withonce High School and Is attending'
each week and Dade Junior College. He I I.
y f Qualified Dedicated be happy with the 2 Ad This This offer good Springs employed in by Miami.Miami Farts and Of James Thomas MorganIn

d Staff difference. tit Oct. IS, 1964Pauline's

Bible Classes North Carolina Church
c 1 Weekly Chapel Salon of Beauty Need .4 Few Dollars?
SOc For JS.OO LOAN
Transportation"CHRIST 824 N. Kromo Ave., Homestead 247.724r FOR 30 DAY PERIOD 1.ovlMethodist, Church In Wade Marshall of Homestead Mr. Marshall gave his daughter
4i wwwwx..xxwwn"wnwxnxn.NMxnnn.MrxmnnMwnw/wMnNlw.MnxwxM.Mrwnx-,MAMxnnnx.. ALL& PLEDGES HELD MOS. Walkertown, N. C. was the and Madison N. C., and James in marriage. The bride wore
of Aug. 8, Thomas Morgan, son of Mr. a gown of white silk organza
i scene the.wedding
The Key to Knowledge"I 128 N. Krome and Mrs. James
Read The Classifieds Ralph's of Mis*' Alice Elizabeth Marshal Morgan of Ru- designed with a scoop neckline
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I ral Hall N. C outlined with an applique of
I "'-----'-'= _. Love's Methodist Church is chantilly lace and three quarter
the Marshall family church sod length sleeves In the fitted
I was the place where the bride's bodice. The very full skirt was
mother and two sisters were complemented with! matchinglace
I I
married. appliques and ended in a
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Thursday Thursday I I I chapel train. Her fingertip veil
: Rev O. L. Hutchinson performed of bridal Illusion was attachedto
the 8 o'clock ceremony ''I a coronet of see' pearl and
1 August August before an altar adorned with ,crystallette beading She carried
standard baskets of white rosesand a semi-Hogarth line bou
13th 13thBREED'S .burning taper in candelabra :quet of white butterfly roses
and miniature Hahn's ivy and
I, blue de mour. For something
'old' ," she carried I small silk
handkerchief flat bad been
\ COME SEE... carried at the weddings of her
mother and two older sisters.
OF COME SAVE I IBVICE II IJ .

The bride' two sisters, Mrs.
Joseph Boles of Madison, N. C.,
and Mrs. Philip Covington of
Burlington, N. C., were matronsof

Bridesmaids honor. were Miss Jean
5c & lOc Morgan of Rural Hall N. C..
I sister of the groom; Miss Nancy
Gird of Tallahassee; Miss Barbara
Bell of Jacksonville, and
i I t Miss Kathryn McMurray of
I Charleston, SC
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THE NEW "FAMILY" STORE IN PERRINE at 9837 ,Hibiscus Next to STEVEN'S THEATRE length They sheath wore gowns identical of floor mist

'I blue chiffon featuring scoop
I necklines and matching satin
ASH TRAY SNO CONES midriffs.The back of the gowns

i' 'FREE FREFORCHILD FREE FOR CHILDREN blue were chiffon accented that with wa panel draped of

PURCHASE EN THURS. ONLY from the back of the gowns.
iie.STARRIN They carried semi.Hogarth bouquets
I of whit and yellow Majestic
, daisies and Hahn' Ivy.
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i $100 IRONING BOARD 67 c FRISBEE 57' Melissa Boles of Madison,
COVER. AND PAD 88 FRYING SAUCER ( ) \ Miss N. C.Kim niece of the bride and
,* McHone of Winston-
$ I' Salem, N. c., niece of the
$098 20 GALLON 1 1 87 $in98 20-INCH 13 99 BUICK SPECIAL groom, were flower girls. They
wore dresses
GARBAGE CAN $100 CRAYOLA 64 CRAYONS 49c IJJ 2-SPEED. FAN I V6AWDV8 organza fashioned of mist with blue empire silk

e waistlines and matching panels
LOMA STYROFOAM 97 $129 10-INCH 67 I in the back. They carried
$198 c LeSABRE* smaller version of the bridesmaids
I FRYING PAN
ICECHEST' 9-VOLT TRANSISTOR 1 7 bouquets.
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39 BATTERY I 1 ,. SKYLARK *:
i Philip Covington of Burlington
i $ 29 500 SHEET 71 BOX 100' 27 N. C.. brother.In-law of the
1 FILLER PAPER c 39 ENVELOPESPLASTIC WILDCAT bride, was best man Usher
were Bob
McHone of Winston-
$ 00 FOAM BED 6 333c c Salem the groom's brother-in-
$100 LINED PLASTIC 57 1| PILLOW 6 ELfCTRA225I law; Wade Marshall Jr.. the
I DRAPES iff 1 FLOWERS : bride's brother; Joseph Boles
;, I of Madison, the bride's brother-
$1 97 LADIES ( RIVIERAPERFORMANCE* in.law. .and Fat Bledsoe of
I MEN'S STRETCH 1.17 c PLASTIC 33c Mnston Salem. Joseph Boles
49 | Small, Medium, 69 Jr.. and Mike Boles, nephewsof
ICE CUBE TRAY
SOCKS th*, bride, lit the ,altar

I" e 5 c IS candles. .
c RAYOVAC 1 n $ 29 1-DOZ. PACKBIRDSEYE 1.47 $1 00 HAIR CURLERS .57 CONTINUOUSAT. The couple will have a short
20 "D" BATTERY 2 DIAPERS I YOUR CHOICE wedding trip to the coast of
I .. South Carolina before going to
j their home In Louisville Ky.
BLAKE-BIRD Mrs. Morgan I* a graduate .f

1 PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY* THRU SATURDAY SORRY NO LAYAWAYS ON SALE MERCHANDISE BUICK INC. an South honor Dade graduate High School of Florida and

520 So. Krome Ave. State University. Tallahassee
OPEN 99 DAILY 10.7 SUNDAYS Homestead, Fla. Her husband if.duatedIth!
honors from Guilford College
,. I 2474131 235-7642 in Greensboro, N. C. He i* employed -
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Thursday August -13.. 1961 _. The NEWS LEADER rare. Seven-
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ICynthia': Sheds Two-Foot Tresses-- With No Regrets!



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Iy VIRGINIA WILLIAMSHow But the family went on vacation She's already swirled around
Helen PineMarried does a nine-year-old girl! and the birthday present and and around (o show her
L. feel about getting her hair cut was delayed until August short tresses to her Sunday
for the first time In her life? However, they kept their school classmates at Modello
To Cynthia Hinton answered the promise to Cynthia and today Baptist Church.
I question In Just three words: the his a rowlI.up" look but
"It'i really ,reat." most of all she no longer has to Going swimming with her t
J. Elf gen And nlne- ear.old Cynthia sit for her mother to brush parents at Homestead Bayfront
knows for the tat In a barber's and style her hair Into braids Park is no longer a problembut 'I
chair this month and tail. a joy to Cynthia.
The marriage of Mist Helen just or a pony
Pine, dsufhtw of Mr. and Mrs III IIIe watched Irl amazement ax Mr. How does Cynthia spend her "Now when I get my hair
Lester Elect of Florida city:: Mario, half stylist at Pauline's days* Jler mother says, "When wet I can just shake it out snd I
and Joseph Elf gen, also o'!' 1 i Salon of Beauty, cut her! pretty she lint noticing her plant brush it a little and my hair G
Florida City, was solemnized! blond tresses that ell below lessons, she's In front of the is dry," she says.
Sunday: In the Florida City her blpi mirror, brushing her hair and The Hintons came to Leisure II
Methodist Church She wanted it cut! So her trying out different styles" City last November from Houston
parents, Airman 1.C and Mrs Cynthia looking forward to Tex. Airman Hinton Is
Rev. Louis: Leigh! performed William H Hinton of 29120 the first day of school at Lei stationed at Homestead Air '
the 1 clock ceremony in the Kingman Road, Leisure City sure City Elementary where Force Base. They have two II'
presence of the Immediate families promised her the hair cut for she can show her fourth grade other daughters: Aurora 4, and
and close friends. her. ninth birthday June 20. classmates her 'new look" Billie, four months old.Sunday. t
For her marriage, the bride
chose a white lace suit with Before -
matching accessories and worea i
white orchid corsage. Is
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A reception followed the r ep. T --4--I
ceremony in the Moose Hall. '

The City.couple will live In FlorIda 'I .,q ni N Camera Day



Friends Honor At VizcayaVizcaya


Darell EdgarOn
will be the scene of
gay Itsllan costumes flown
Birthday ,
,. .. here from New Orleans and
modeled by local debutantes on
Darell Robert Edgar of Halt ;r' y f. t tisY' Sunday, In celebration of the
Ian Drive, Cutler Ridge, celebrated Italian Palace'a second annual
ywrv
his 18th birthday witha
camera day.
group of 22 friends Saturday I
evening at the Cutler Ridge ) The colorful regional costumes -
Community .Center. Music for 1 : were obtained from the
dancing was provided by "The 1j 1j j Italian Trade Commissioner in
Defenders" a teen aged groupof JI JIN I New Orleans through Dr. J. M.
musicians. j j DeGaetanl Italian vice-consul
Assisting his parents, Mr. 1 -e t-S IMF In Miami. They depict authenlc
and Mrs. Darell E. Edgar in A dress worn In various parts of
entertaining were Mr. and Mrs \ Italy and are of Italian design
William Andres and Mrs. Ed- and make Including peasant
gar's: mother, Mrs. Lora Rob- i iil wear as well as formal gowns;

erts. the Vizcaya will be open that iff
Following party, a groupof
young people gathered at the .w :iw .. I at reduced admission of 50

Edgar home with guitars for 2 +:i::: ? il t tr cents: a person (house and
music and dancing. Several of arden: ) if they carry a camera.
the group met again Sunday fora 1 1i. In addition to the Italian costumes -
day at the beach. Rained out < : ,the Miami Ballet will
at Homestead, they finished the t+t' i. i have ballerina posing amid the

day sand surfing at Matheson CYNTHIA HINTON chose to have statues and fountains In Viasya's -
htrLhoir cut She into the mirror
gazes
at 10 acres of formal gar-
wading beach. her dork blond hair measuring 35 inches long Just before puiiWi hair stylist lens and several antique can
used his Icis.ora. This was to be the first i
time her hair had ever been cut. are scheduled as backdrop

NazareneBible wt +.vn .p wattrtwtrt U props.>
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The former home of James
School After Peering Is the most photographed
i a $rY place in Miami and oa
Au,. IS from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Opens Aug. 17 r, 3 it will boost its record another
notch u amateur and tourist

The annual Vacation Bible. Malaysian + dkr alike compete for prizes offer
a
ed by Harrison Fotochrome for
Churchof r wIT
Homestead
of the
School 1 the best pictures made that
the Nazarene, 300 NE nth Visitor GuestOf day.

Street. Homestead, will be held WAS TOO LATE to change her mind offer Mr. Anthony, heir stylist, had The Italian costumes will be
Aug. 1722. The DreschersThe clipped the first locks from the head of pretty nine-year-old Cynthia. She. wa- modeled from opening time
There will be classes for the International Relationship a A sears In the mirror to alt the fint glimpse of her new look." until about 4pm. that Sunday.
three year olds to senior high
Committee of the Cutler

elude school sons age. time Activities Bible will study in, Ridge George Woman's K. Seow Club, Chief entertained Research { i Beta Holds J
Chapter
handcrafts, recreation and refreshments. Office of the Special J hr-, //Xi

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Branch in Singapore, Malaysia ;
There will be a picnic Saturday Mr. Seow was entertained at

morning at HomesteadCity school the home of Mr. and Mrs. John /(Summer Informal Party j
Park for the entire Drescher of Whispering Pines F .
The demonstration program His day Included sightseeing on ,
Kill be held Aug. 23 at 10 Miami Beach, a trip to the Sea- r .I A Bermuda shorts party ley, Mr. and Mrs Hoyt Lof
a.m. This is a time when students quarium, followed by a home. ., proved to be a popular summer ton, Mr. and Mrs Billy Perkins,
present a program to the i cooked dinner at the Dreschers. social for the members of XI Mrs Roy Morrow Mr. and Mra.
parents and friends to exhibit I Mrs. Drescher is the newly Beta Sigma Chapter, Beta Sigmi Bob Dellinger, Mr. and Mrs.
what they have accomplished 'elected president of the Cutler' Phi Sorority, their husbandsand Joe Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. James
during the school. Ridge Woman's Club. : Ik guests. The informal party Spislak and his brother, Bob,
Enrollment Is now open. The Special Branch of serviceMr. 1 ?F was held at the Homestead of Jacksonville.
Phone 247-4018 for further in Seow is In, Is a cross between Woman's Clubhouse last Sat
formation.Mrs. the F.B.I. and the C.LA.in ;r urday evening
W. L. Chamber Jr. la the United States. The "K" ) ii'r ) 800 Different
A hamburger barbecue with all
director. In Mr. Scow's name, stands for '
"Kal-hean' the trimmings was served under
his family name
the direction of Mrs Charles VarietiesWhat's
whcih means "Gateway to
Modello Baptist Prosperity." Rolph and Mrs. Ted Tucker of
the social committee with
a
Mr. Seow was formerly a 4 your favorite kind of
Church CircleTo journalist, having been with ;:; rsr er e / special assist from Capt Rolph cheese?
in Singapore Nr/.r r.I,, + .r rar yrr r t e ei r: 'i and Mr. Tucker at the grill.
the Associated Press -
Aid NurseryThe as a sub-editor for eight ?'fi'r;; ;% NPrra. r.r/rr i+. .: .+. fa j. Following dinner a beauty Maybe It's a cream cheeseto

Eunice Fenderson Circleof ears. In 1937, he was appointed ;:a f ,a e e contest was held with keen spread on crackers, or a
r e : + competition for the title "Most tart bleu cheese which
Modello Baptist Church met to the position of Information / rrMr.ebe ; e you can
ii/rf111/ e sae Beautiful Knees of blend for
at the home of Mrs. Faith Officer in the Departmentof ri111 e 1964. Mr. a salad dressing
Robinson in Naranja. Information Service and has and Mrs. Richard Engel were If you're a real connoisseurof
Mrs. Robinson opened the held that post until his transfer 1}!! 1 awarded the title along with cheeses, you have more thin
force in 1960. the royal crowns and minlturerophies 800 different types to select
meeting with the scripture to the police SHE LIKES her new coiffure and the happy .
Although only 38 years old, expression from throughout the world,
reading.Circle members voted to con his achievements are many; he on her face shows it. The little velvet bow 4 A series of games on "How according to Dr. K. L. Smith,
much on the "in" with the young set odds Well Do You Know Your assistant
tribute to the church nurseryfor is an amateur photographerand glamour dairy technologist
their community missionof an active social worker. to Cynthia's new short hair style. I Spouse?" brought out some Interesting with the Florida Agricultural

the month. He is on the committee of the I results. Julges declared Experiment Stations.
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I Relief Association RegistrationFor a tie between the husbands The most common types of
Lepoosy
Mrs. J. Drawdy Mrs. Myrtle Singapore FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL Trooper B J. Tin.
Reese and Mrs. Lottie Mae Goff and the St. Vincent de Adventist n.y, formerly of Homestead, now of Lake Worth, and wives cheese In tie United States are
Dancing to recorded music
to the nominating Paul Society, a Catholic Relief cheddar-or American-cheese of
appointed
were assigned task while on duty at the
was a pleasant brought the evening to close.
a cottage cheese. The nation'lcheese
officersfor OrganizationHe
committee to elect I came to the United School Aug. 26 Photos New York World's Fair Ha helped escort three Present were Mr. and Mrs manufacturers produce

The the program coming year.entitled "Help- States at the invitation of the Registrations for the Seventh Florida Girls who work at the stare's pavilion when David Barnes, Mrs. Jack about 900 million pounds of
ing The Church Fulfill It's State Deaprtment after a police Day Adventist day school In they went out on the town. The girls hod their hair Barnes, Mr and Mrs. Norman cheddar, and some 700 million
Mission" was conducted by training course In London.He I Homestead will be taken AUK done by Marcel Hoigy at the Clairol Pavilion when Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mosey pounds of cottage cheese each
Mrs. Thelmer Mowry. Mrs. arrived In Washington, D. '26 at the school, corner of NE they were asked out suddenly on dotes, and were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mos- year along with other varieties.

Mowry, Mrs Drandy and Mrs. C. on July 28 and will leave ,11 Street and First Terrace, by driven to various notable places including the new
Robinson were the participants via San Francisco, Calif aftera 'Elder William Strtngfellow an Huntington Hartford Art Gallery, where they ore
The hostess served refreshments month's stay in the United nounced this week. shown. Trooper Tinney asked for a picture with

during the social hour. States. -- I Classes will start Aug 31 for the girls and got It, The girls ore, from left, Bebe
grades one through eight. Windham, Tallahassee Jackie" Cons, West Palm I I
I I The teacher, Mrs. Irene Me- ;
Bridge Players Invited To GameNew Donell!!, returned recently from Dan Phifer Beach, and Judy D'Angelo, St. Petersburg. Trooper C ClC

bridge games are beginning A. Edward White, Mrs. MaryB. summer graduate school at Tinney's wife Indo, and their two daughters, C sC sT.1
at the home of Mrs. Johnston .518, Mrs. J. M.Fissier Southern Missionary College, Tamara and Kayla are visiting Mrs. Tinney s par.
Redland Road. Collegedale, Tenn. ants, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan in Homestead, 1... a ...... ..- ..... a _.-7 ....
R. R. Kinard Mrs. Thomas B. Royal e .Ik.. E. .f E.. .,. W.1. a ....-e .... FrL ..... .
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Persons interested are Invited. .918. Elder Stringfellow Is also while Trooper Tinney is on duty at the World's 7437 Coral Way s.. a ... r .... a.
In the Kinard Duplicate principal of the school Fair.ANNIVERSARY. I
Bridge played, Aug. 10, scores Games will be played each CHUCK LI'I' SLICE BACON
were as follows: First, Mrs. Monday and Thursday. A special ROAST Wltb 24' HICKORY
John Barker, Mrs. Frank Rich- game will be held Sunday. We are I es ::: CURED
First Cut
will be ser edIt t SPECIAL I o.
ardt .600; Second Mrs. Mary A buffet supper Interior
Lee Brown, Mrs. R. R. Kinard .6 o'clock and bridge will .\ Home fraez.r Special FLORIDA EGGS
.342; Third was a three way start at 730. Persons interested :Decorators I..Ib.. aids. ,. R.....
tie, Mrs. Mamie P. Smith, Mrs. are asked to phone CI 72367 Designersfor -- Famous Home Permanents I f .10.....Cu'T-e'"._I............ A Fresh Small Grade 4 dOl for 99c
Mrs. Mabel Coppage .318; Mrs. : for reservations. I ..... 11..01.. s.....
a .lb.. c..,... Cut r..k CIa....
Offices 10 lb. for $5.99 E,.. .f fIIEEZEIt aw.r.Cub. arLC1AL
Homes a)
I .. $750 ... .,.....
Hotels ) ClubsBars 79-
NOW REGISTERINGKINDERGARTEN (3. Reg. $15 ........NOW........ .Blue.6. 'f-h.Ribbon. .. I.k.Steak Special 2S .lb. a'::.b T..d.r, .. (1M''. wa
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Office Furniture and CHILDREN under 12 ...,................$6.00 a lb.. ef1.I. =. { II..... I...... .0 .... e6We
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PINELANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Equipment Available k DURING AUGUST 5 ,.... G. II..... 14's 8_f .lIot

Bluewlter aDd Bahia Dr., Cutler Ridge Furniture Phone: 238-5523 SIRLOIN TIP 59"s' :: ,..... 89",..
4 and I Year Old Childres ROASTS
Refinished Upholsteredand
BEGINS SEPT. lit DAILY 8:30-11:30 .AM repairedANTOINETTES I NELLIE'S BEAUTY SALON GROUND MAT l0 iu Iwr.ttlM ; 2.aG P.::'l;.. .r'. ..... 10 I.... 'I"11'

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The NkWS LEADER Thursday, August 13. '964I'



I' CHURCHCall 1111J11 8 a ia r Gospel Sing Planned Sunday


m CI 7-2121 before Tuesday Noon for h;1 At Redland Camp Chapel

art.Ire! to appear in Th lreday's Edition
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Religion, Editor. VIRGINIA AMENDT ci Musical groups from foul r
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Church Eyes Beth Sliirah Affiliates ,will Greater take part Homestead In a community churchei: Christian Aid Sustains

gospel 1 slug at Redland Camp I

3-Acre Site assembly! hall at 2:30 p.m. Sand .Koreans Land
I ; + 4. ). Reclaiming
Southminstei Trnhjleilan With United SynagogueTemple d.
hurch 11 buying three acres +e / Kenneth Nauman, pastor ofI ''I Thi inhabitants of Die Dub physical sustenance but dra-
of land at Colonial Drive and I I I"I I the Chapel, and Ben Bepeoa of' or t> southern coat of Korea matte proof that the outside
sW 112th Avenue, Palmetto Beth Shirah, Sun aural activities of the 11n'fesf'! I Princeton Churches of the Nm- tocalled vaguely having heardof world recognized their plight
i ountry Club Estates. as a site land, this week announced its I"I Synagogue Youth. I II rene will be in charge of the an effort to push the Yellow and wanted to help.
1 r a "permanent building affiliation with the Conserve- "The philosophy of Jude's-n!' I I Service. Sea away and claim the
The churches of New Zea
I land !beneath the ahallow
According to Dr. Bonta Grot- bay
tine United Synagogue ol espoused by Reconatructlo.ijst ,
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ting pastor the building program -! America. temples la closer to the (On- : Sr"t4 Sp Churches providing musical but the idea founded strange land and Great Britain contributed
their assistance
to
IS expected to start early servative wing of Jewish living !I } groups Include Homestead and and impoiaible. The sea was
In 1P65 The step, according to Rabbi I Princeton Churches of the Nazarene here and the land was there. American and Korean voluntary
said Rabbi
Skop "and! U
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The congregation, which ii Morris A. Skop, will enrich the Is enriching to take First Pentecostal Churchof That wal the way it had always and governmental aid, so
sponsored( by the Southern temple's Reconstruction ideology of the national advantage offered I Homestead and Silver Palm been, and there was no that what began is a selflgnltei -
Presbytery has been meeting with the additional regional by the United program Synagogue et Methodist Church reason to change, no urge, no project of a desperate
tints Palm Sunday last spring programs of the United Synagogue America which has purpoie. group of refugees became a
a regional I
the Old and enable its youth' The "Heavenly Highway"songbook multinational undertaking
Servlcee art held at "
office in
Greater M II '
mi.
will be used for Then one day a of The project
First Baptist Church building groups to participate In the congregational group was completed
in Perrine. many religious, social and culI Open House ,rrI \, f'. singing. The pub- desperate men and women arrived recently when a reservoir and
I Beth Shirah will have at -,; lic is invited refugees from North Irrigation channels became
I open house at 8 p.m. Sunday Korea who had survived the ready for use. A small crop
to Introduce new members awl I war only to be forced to flee of rice already harvested bears
welcome back members in good NazarenesPlan the Communist terror in North proof of the potential of the
standing. Plans for the HONORED AT reception Sunday at First Baptist Korea. Unable to find workor first full use of the land.
new Church: in Homestead were'Mr. and Mrs. Tom .
educational building will be an RenIro buy land, they had. drifted
I nounced. who ware to leave this week for Tallahassee, aouth.

Nursery kindergarten ,will where he will attend Florida State University. Left Four Department ,
Weary *f Fleeing
open Sept 1, and the religious to right ore Rev. Otis Garland, pastor of First Baptist SongProgram Weary of the uncertain life fiends ElectedAt
[ school on Sunday, Sept. ; Mrs Garland; Mrs. Renfro, and Mr. R.nfro. of refugees, they decided to
13. Reservations are now !being try their hands at a project First BaptistLeaders
taken for the daily Hebrew Tom Renfros HonoredAt which was to tax their physi,
and Sunday religious school,
,
cal and spiritual strength to a of the four major
and for the High Holy Days. degree seldom aaked of men. departments of First Baptist
Rabbi Skop's sermon topic at Singsplration time ''will be The project called for con Church of Homestead
FUNERAL HOME 8:15 pm. Friday will be "Bal-l lancing Farewell ReceptionFirst I held at 7 p.m. Sunday at the truction of dikes linking four been elected for the 1964.65 have
Life's Ledger," reflections Homestead Church of the Nazarene offshore islands with the year beginning Oct. 1.
on approaching the new M. 300 NE 15th St. The mainland dikes that would William H. Richardson will
ESTABLISHED 1126 religious year 6725. Baptist Church ol f which Mr. Renfro was thee I service will Include solos, duets, total almost two miles in length begin his third year as Sunday
Michael Drucker, son of Mr. Homestead held an Informal r speaker.The trios, quartets and choir num Dikes apd islands would thus school superintendent; Mrs
I and Mrs. Irving Drucker, will ccption for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Renfros are leaving I bore as well as audience par form a sea-wall making possible Ruth Campbell will be Training
809 NORTH KROME AVENUE, HOMESTEAD celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at :Renfro Sunday night following this week for Florida State ticipation. the reclamation; of thou. Union director for the second
10.30( same Saturday I the evening worship service at, sands of of land beneath
Universty where he will complete Rev. W. L. Chambers Jr., acres ime. Mrs. Ralph Marshall has
Circle 7.3131Serrng :'-.._-,- the work for his doctorof pastor extenda a special Invitation the bl). A reservoir and irri- accepted the presidency of the
philosophy before going on to the public to attend ation; channels also would Woman's Missionary Union
to a Southern Baptist beml have to be built. for a second term, and Russell -
South Dade and The Florida Keys t J.j nary. Schedule of regular Sunday Carried Recks i I Philpot will take office
rlWtlf services Includes Many thought the job could
Mr. Renfro, who has lived Sunday school as Brotherhood president for
In Homestead for the past at 10 a.m., morning worship at nol be done {especially larger his third year in succession
24-Hour Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service eight years, and was a history 11, youth and junior services by hand without automotive .
E-1N teacher at South Dade High at 6:II p.m. and evangelistic equipment But the refu Mies Oneita Waters will dllect .
School, will go Into full time services at 7 p.m. The Prayer gees set doggedly about the the youth choir at First
--- I Christian work. He served asa and Praise meeting Is held task, carrying rocks on their, Baptist the last three weeks In
deacon and Sunday schoolteacher Wednesday at 7 p.m The prayer heads, moving the earth on August. Miss Waters la a mu
Homestead Church CHURCH SERVICE ot First Baptist \\' services this week will be their.backs education major at Stetson
I his wife was superintendent of under the charge of Fred Me Church World Services offered University, I)(>land. She is an
College Chapel Directory Sunday 8:15-9:00: a.m.-Br eeiewoy Drive-In Theater the single young people department Carthy, a newcomer to the food to sustain the refugees active participant In the
On King's Hwy, Just Off U S.1 Rev. H. S. McKelvey I and a leader Tn youth church and community from during their back.breaking church youth program during
end 4th Street NW
lit Ave. '
= ,I11"IMIIIWN.WLIWMMIIM",1M",IIIMIN/1LM. i activitiea.Guy'Cokey. Cambildge, Mass work, providing not only summer vacation. .
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Fri.Community Service 7:30: pm ST. JOHN'S ; ---- ----- II' I _,..____..'00____--'.-.,. J'" 11>_- .___-..----

SUNDAY PUBLIC SERVICE
EPISCOPAL
9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m These Religious Menogei, Contributed to the Cause of the Church and

Ministers: Rev: Paul Pent 145 N.E.10 St., HomesteadThe Attend The Church Of Your Choice Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES .
Rev Arnold Pent 3rd Rev. Earl R. Hackett .THEY DESERVE YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!
Rev.William Byrum RECTORRev
Rev. Richard Fates' ,W.J. Bruingi, Ass't Priest

SUMMER SCHEDULE Sincore Funeral HomellSON.KromeAve. Rambler The NEWS LEADER-POST RICHARD ACCURSIO'S ,
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THE *, <<$V' .1 Capri RestaurantFamous
7:30 Holy Communion
"SERVING SOUTH DADE"
( CONGREGATIONALCHURCH 10:00: Faimly Service 2964S'South Federal Hwy., for ITALIAN AMERICAN FOOD

Nursery and Children's Chapel Homestead, Florida CI I '7-2321 CE 8.3393 Food to Go-CI 7-1542

!In the Area Homestead PALMETTO U S. 1 and State.Rd. 27-Florida CityHoppy's

COVENANT
FIRST UNITED
CHURCH
CHURCH of CHRIST
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(Evangelical
29800 S.W. 153rd Ct. Meeting at

Leisure City CORAL REEF ELEM. SCHOOL
7955 SW 152 St. Suddoth Moving and
Rev. Wm. Lwellyn Phillips 2383489 Gulf Service
Bible School 10 A.M. Storage Co., Inc.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 341 S. A
Kroma
Morning Worship 11 A.M. +71 ..-CI 7.1931
Sunday Service 11 a.m. ....WELCOME.. 137 SW 5th Ave.-CI 7-4526
Homestead Florida
Air Conditioned Rev. Albert J. Bengtson Homestead, Florida ,
Minister


ST. ANDREW'S PinelandsPresbyterian ,
,
Church 4 .0 t sR1
EPISCOPAL CHURCH I
Ktv. George Damtron

MEETING AT PALMETTO "FAITH IN Richards Implement Co., Inc. City Auto Service

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FORGIVENESS"CHURCH JAMES DYKES, Owner
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12401 SW 74th Avenue SERVICES 5S0 H. Flagler Av., 51 N.E. 2nd Dr..c:176177Ho"e.t.od
S30: 10 -11 em. :
Rev.Calvin O. Schof ield,Jr. \
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. Florida
I Vicar Homestead-CI 7-8711
2 Blocks Weft of CaribbeanBlvd. Complete Auto fc Truck RepslrHomestead
Sunday, 9:30: A.M., Service
on Btuewatcr Rd. i 4
Sunday School and Nursery Weakly Kindergarten 1

13011.30: a.m. wr ? a 4
Cutler Ridge Ph. 235.1142 I
The Southminster .

PRESBYTERIAN First Church of Christ J
l
Palm
I Scientist Royal Drug
CHURCH "'
,
: 225 SE!: 4th St.Homestead 806 N. Kroma Art., Homttttad 2 :
15IS SW 170th St. PERRINE ::;'M Spic & Spon Laundry
(Former tit Baptist Church) Lesson Sermon ;
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I 121-2016 "SOUL" Dixie Drug Store ',-' ..-...... ..... > 'I j$ 32 NW 1st St.-CI 7.9674Loper's

SERVICE .':30 Sun. 9:30 am-SS 9:30 am fI\.............. '"' ?. 'v: ''1.iJoW-.
: am Federal
Highway. Noranja)
Wed,8pm.NURSERY ,
I t SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45: am OPEN "Let's find a new road I" That's a game we play

f DR. BONTE GRUSSING READING KOOM ..t 336 Washington A MfW often when we take a family ride.

I Pastor Ave. open U a.m. top.m. 4 These little Journeys of discovery have led us to
duly except Sit and Sun some beautiful, serene sections of our community that Gulf Service StationOtis

,So. Dade Christianand Homestead Furniture we never would have Been if we'd stayed on the Ivty
> highway. C. Loper Owner
ST. FAITH'S I" ,
I Missionary 35 N. Krome Arc. RO, D At times, life itself can seem like a crowded, noisy 536 N. Kroma Ay.C17.2115HOMESTEAD
Alliance Church EPISCOPAL HOMESTEAD FLORIDAHarry's highway. The years rush by we promise ourselves
Avocado 8. Kingman Rd. that some day we'll take' the time to look around us FLORIDA

'Pastor, Rev. E. W. Hennlng/ CIIUKCH and try to understand where we are and why. but

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Rev. N. C. Wilbur, Rector r._, worldly Interests tend to fill every minute to the brim.
Morning Worship to:50 a.m. 10600 Caribbean Blvd. : We wonder why the pleasures that we work BO hard
AY.F. 6:15 p.m. Cutler RidgeCE to obtain fail to bring us happiness and we sense

Evening 7:00: p.m. 5-8383 'I that life has a deeper meaning, if we could find it. Glades
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. SUNDAY SERVICES Wheel AlignmentDynamic The Church can guide you and your family to'a Prescription ShopE.

U Tk* Hurt .f Ubura Cllr 8am..9:30am..II a.m. r new, wonderful road. Discover the warm fellowship, C.Jackson
.
rw ,The H..rt. Ol In PMfU" Sunday School.9:30 a.m. Balancing the renewed courage, the refreshing peace of mind .

that grow from membership in your neighborhood 252 Washington Ave.c.176541HOMESTEAD :.
407 S. Flogler AT*., Homestead church.
First
' You ore Invited to attend ... ConmcU 19M, ,Kmtar AdowtfaIac seas Iff,........v.. FLORIDA
ChristianChurch CHURCH of CHRIST
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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday' =
Which meets at Leviticus 28:3-11 Leviticus Psalm .iMUh/ Jeremiah Matthew John t,
25:1&-20: 25:1.10:
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(DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) Perrin H-4-1S
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/I blk.West. of Drive-In Theater) ScheduleBible Eagle Army-Navy! :, Store Bennett Texaco

." Bible School.... .. ,.':30 loin School .. 10:00: a.m. 407 Park Place, Homestead Breeding's Drug Store Pan American Tire Co. (Formerly Tumors Texaco)

Morning Worship ." .10:30 s.m .. . ..
Worship 11:00 a.m. 202 N. Krome Are., Homestead 916 N. Federal Hwy.-Homestead in
The! Public,Cordially Invited Evening Worship 7 p.m Specialists Automotive Maintenance

rRi!. Robt. V. Taylor I Tuesday _...... 7:30 pjn. 247-5311 Kcrt-852-5987 CI 7-3733 29601 S. Fed. HWY. _CI 77124o

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Thursday August 13, 144 M N .W' LEADER Pas._Nine


T"l Hullender Hurls OneHitterHomestead


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I and VFW Wins



I Sinker I In Tournament 6 To 0The


y M iilni liMUi.M
MINIS one.hit pitching of Bob play the opening lame, but, Wednesday and Thursdaywill
Generally the twhing has been fair to Hullender and the big bat of since they drew Key West the have the night off.
good for August. John Schlecht powered the time was reset to allow the Saturday night the winnerof
Dolphh are scarce but occasional Homestead VTW to a 8-0 victory Key West team more time to the first two rounds will
wahoo Is taken. an over Pompano Beach in the Set here. meet the winner of the Friday
Sailfishlng! has
past week with best been good this first round of play In the District The winner of last night's night game at 7:30.: If the
results during the late eve Softball Tournament at .
ning hours. second game will play the Friday night winner is victorious
1 Municipal Field last night VFW tonight In the second a second game will be
Ed Sevan of Ft. Lauderdale fished with game with the two losers play. played at I p.m. However, If
Jerry Carty last week and caught a sail of Hullendor hit .. mptne'e gave vt an Infield Inn< the first game at 7:30. that team loses the tournamentwill
better than 40 pounds. The fish wa taken Jerry The team that sustains a sec end with three straight
from the kite with balao. Burg In Hi* first Inning, but ond loss tonight will be eliminated victories for the wining team.

Saturday evening George Botsko and I wont allowing the r..t.f a the bat way hit.without He' from the tournament. West Palm Beach and Lake
had two sai:> Tomorrow night the two Worth were dropped from the
on, landing one. It was a 7 foot fanned It mon *n his way t*
6 inch, 42 pounder. Both fish took trolled balao. the shut out. losing loams will moot while tournament when they failed to
James the foam that won games show up for the drawings.
Wright of Homestead
recently achieved VFW scored the first run of
angling recognition in the Islamorada the tournament In the third

Fishing Tournament when he landed a 23 inning when Charlie Kees tripled ICA Football
pound 8 ounce dolphin off Islamorada. The after Schlecht bad drawn
dolphin was entered in the general division. CAR NUMBER 4, driven by Ron Poqufn in the) feature race at Florida City base on balls.
Toddy of Don's Bait and Tackle Speedway, sends up a shower of sparks a I rear wheel (in white circle) bounces a
jewfish are plentiful out of says crazily across track. A pack of cars following managed to avoid the wheel The VFW held the one run SetBoys
brought in a catch Flamingo. Don while Paquin steered the car out of the way. Twenty laps later Frank Suits edge until the top of the fifth, Registration
Tuesday. totaling over 200 pounds lost a wheel in another spectoculor display but without sparks. (Staff photo by I when Schlecht led off with a
Dan Phifer) home run. He was followed bya
Ralph Bevis at Bevis Bait and Tackle says single off the bit of Bob who want to play football on one of the

the brem and catfish are still biting along the AI Brooks Wins Feature Race Johnson and s double by Hul recreation department teams in the Homestead InterCity -
trail canals lender that scored another run, Athletic Conference will register at 10 a.m.
S e giving VFW a 3-0 advantage. Monday at Municipal Field.

The new crawfish laws recently distributed Three runs in the top of the Teams will be organized In the 95-pound, 115-
state that the crawfish must remain in a Brady Mason Excitment sixth inning ended the scoring. pound and unlimited classes. If there are enough

whole condition while being transported on, Bill Cniey blasted a dou hnv interested there on will also be a 140-pound class
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above or below the surface of the water and ble, Doyle Johnson., walked, team.:

the from practice th body of is wringing now prohibited.or separating the tail Return To Form At TrackBy and from Schlecht first singled on a throwing and scored er This will be the tenth year Diamond tor John Chaltas will be said on hand Charles to

third baseman. Homestead has participated in register the boys and hand wit
the
It is unlawful to take or posses at any BILL BLOSS He is still s little sore from Andrews took first In the ,ror by I II the ICA conference, which represents application forms which must
time, regardless of where taken, any saltwater Brady Mason was back In the jarring and the car Is stillbeing third hilt race and the consolation I Neither team was able to IS communities and be signed by the boys' parents.
crawfish which has a carapace (head, body or form Saturday night at the repaired but Suits plansto race was taken by cross the plate In the seventh I IInnIn boys' clubs. the
The forms testify to ba"I'physical
front section) measurement of less than three Florida City Speedway after a be ready to race Saturdaynight Rich Bonn. ,. The conference Is divided into condition and Includea

and one-eisrhth inches or a tail measurement of allowing period of an erratic accident performances In which John Maltz brought his car Jim Marucci took the loss for a northern and southern division release from liability to the

less than five and three-quarters Inches. Tail he racked-up his car and him Kenny Andrews was third in down from St. Petersburg, but Pompano. with a playoff game be. recreation department

measurement is not permitted while the craw- the feature, followed by JayPop he apparently didn't have it Tw teams failed t. show tween the division champions During the registration per-
of the
self.Mason at the end season
fish is in a whole condition. three ( ) Mericle. geared for a fast hard-surface
and
won races up last Sunday for pairingsIn Winners in the Impound and iod the applicants will be advised
Only the above measurements shall be used came In second in the feature, Mason was first In the secen track, which prevented him the tournament, so there 115-pound classes will play about the insurance fee that
to determine the minimum legal lengths and which was one of the most hut race, the second from making a very good showng. were only four teams entered against an Optimist league teamIn must be paid before any boy 1*
sizes. The old overall 10-inch measurement and exciting events seen en the local .semi-ftatur and the trophy a* play got under way last the Junior Orange Bowl claw I allowed\ to participate In the
one pound in weight legal crawfish is now ob track In several reeks. daih. Jack Colby brought his new night. ,football program.
solete. Al Brooks was the winnerof Stan Irwin was back and let car 22 out en the track fora The Barnett All-Stars, the sic.Boys from age t through jun. Cbaltss said plans are underway
the feature but he had to the fastest time in the time- few test lap before taking host team, was scheduled to lot high school age are eligible to organize a league and
battle all the way to take the trials, 10.72, which put him in It back for some final adjustments. to play.Homestead. form a 115-pound class team
win. the number four position in Ril BUR Recreation Direc at Roby George Park.
Ancona And Jones before Six cars the dotted checkered the infield flag the trophy dash. George De The "low-profile" job ls built The Egyptian king BarnesesHL
Wald was fourth fastest and so that it barely clears the who ruled about 1225 FLORIDA CITY
wont up relieving the tension lad the pole position, with track. Colby plans to give the about
gripping the crowd cfspectators. B.C., distributed BOO.- PURE OIL SERVICE STATION
To' Battle Kenny Andrews in the second car a good workout Saturday 000 gallons of free beer, the
.
Again'The night before the races and if his IU\. JOE Owner)
national beverage, to ) Bypass
Two cars lost wheels and slot.The four cars started fast all goes well the ear will be jests during his reign, according [PURE U. S. No.1 Fla. City
caused anxious moments.
some and finished fast. Three of the entered in the evening'sevents. Briannlca.
to the Encyclopaedia -
boxing card at the Homestead Armory tonight A shower of sparks warned drivers had won earlier races ATTENTION! TRUCKER

will feature eight matches and a battle royal, from driven Ron of the Paquln's loss of a In wheel the after starting last or next to Colby says he Is starting to Complete Truck Mechanical Work THE
with car last build a new car that will feature Lubrication TRUCKERS
the
main event being a return match between sixth The wheel bounced \ Truck Tire Repair
:'Al (Knock Out) Jones and John Ancona. The openIng crazily lap.along the track narrowly Irwin started and last the in first the semi-firstheat There a side wore-mounted else engine.report ,IVtRY Ot.: t trs Diesel Fuel "Truck Test" Pure Oil STOP

bout will be at 8::30. missing several cars thai feature race and won both of them. that at least two more now .Y"" .. tribvti6M Tel
The fights will match boys from Willie were bunched together, before car with r..r-mount.d engines fUmiDA "'PIONEER OPEN OAT Ql fll 24 Hour
:Brown's Homestead Boys' Boxing Club and Tony rolling into the infield where are being designed forth MUSEUM 24 Hours Rood ServiceW

DiCiccoV" South Dade Boxing Club. its progress was halted. Pa track "> lit, MomM-nd .ri.. I Give Top Value.. Stamps With Each Purchase
quin was going to the outsideon for : ,
Ancona, who fights for Dl- I The track's reputation --
Cisco, defeated Jones la their Peluio vs Sylvester Key, Ray the east side straightawaywhen high speed is spreading and potential
last few Molllc v* Eddie Nelson, Ed. the wheel came off, givrug newcomers apparently
> meeting by Just a
ward Saks vs Herb Whipple the other cars plenty ol want faster cars with better 1
point and Al Lee vs Wilbur Williams. room to p.... safety feature to meet the J l
One change baa been mad Three heavyweight bouts will In the 20th Up Frank Suits challenge they will have to ifyouieifiefundof
In the previously announced follow the battle royal They lest a wheel es he came out 'ace.
schedule. Jim (the Greek) will be: Dennis Burdick, 212 of the turn en the northwest Some of the slower carl are
Demakos will replace Bill vs Versslee Sumler, 202, Jim corner of the trock. The cr making less frequent appearances .
Burdick, who had been scheduled Denukes 210 vs> John Shackle- slammed Into the for:., rrd at the speedway, but It
to meet John Shackle- ford, 202 and John Ancona, up In the air then slammed 1. probably only a matter of buyer who looks out
ford. Demakos will weigh in at 202 vs AI Jones, 193 in the back down on Its wheel and time before they will be i replaced
210 pounds to 202 for Shackle- main event the broken axle giving Suits by newer and faster


ford.DiCicco's boys will be fighting car a Suits good and regained shaking managed control up.to avoid of the a r I net. for NQ1) ( that's )'

out of the red corner, with rash with Bill Brown in car 17at At you
Brown's In the blue corner. the finish line. As be pulled COME SEC...
Two exceptions will be :al Lap. Into the infield and stepped out 1 COME SAVE I
pohn In the opening match, of his car the crowd let out ._...
who fights for DiCicco la the a big sigh of relief and then ,
with
blue corner, and AI Lee, one rive Suits a round of applause ,t. look for the man
of Brown's fighters, in the red for bringing the crippled car AL BROOKS

corner. safely off the track. '."ure Winner .
There will be five matches

before Beaudet the will battle meet AI royal Lappohn Buss FLORIDA AIR ACADEMY the NQ1) deals-now !

in the opener, followed by Bob Lower School (Grade 3-9) at 6501
W. Sunrise Blvd. Plantation, Ft.Loudlldol. .

So. Miami Upper School.. (Grades 10-12) at STICK 1
.1
Melbourne accredited by Fla. State (that's

HIS. Rebels Dept. of Education and Southern ]A yourChevrolet
The compass plant of the Assoc of Colleges and Schools.For .
'North American prairies takes Information Writ. U THE&TItE: :
Hold Leads
Its name front the position Colonel Jonathan DwightProtidtnt
assumed by its leaves. These T.I.587.1261 Florida Air Academy dealer) BZCAmo

South Miami Heights, In the i turn their edges approximately PO Box 12158, Plantation,
north and south so as (Ft Lauderdale)
Softball league
Monday night B
to avoid the excessive
and the Rebels la the Tuesday heat, but still receive midday maximum i Name ,..
night league at Sunlland Recreation
Park held on to the rays morning and evening N Address .. ., .. :' .
'

leads Holy week.in their Rosary respective overwhelmed leaguesthis 4t.ercl.re/ie.rnaeeks. I Tel. .. i II'I


Kendall, 15 to 0, Monday night,
while South Miami Heights averted -

a first place tie STARRING*
tioo by downing the ', Iltua'l RECAPS
IS to 10. The Jones Boys BUICK SPECIAL
led to the slaughter by
Coats 19 to S. VB AND va s ta6r '
The Wayslders and South Miami WE DO SHOULDER TO SHOULDER FULL CAPS I saes.
Heights were scheduled to ,
meet last night to play off 6.88 7.88 leSABRE *
first-half of season tie. OUR t Impala spore Coupe CAeDellI Malib/J Sport eo.CAtt'1I .

In the Tuesday night league 52Ox13 5OOxl. 750x14 700x13(00x13
the Rebels held on to first place OWN 560x13 560x14 700x14 SKYLARK *
with a M won-lou record when 59Ox13 50x14 133x380540x1S
the Jaycees forfeited their 145x380 '
game. The Sheriffs were upset RECAP (70x12850x14 I'I'a' WILDCAT
by Pinelands, f to 4, eliminating I
chance of their moving 8.88
any WORK 9.88
, into first place or even teln'l I:: s ELECTRA 225

I with the Rebels.In HERE!' I7Ox15 ;0x;: ; N0xl4 ",
I the other Tuesdsy night I40xII ISOxM800x15 7Wx1S810x11 Utri. cietagl
\ game the Falcons trAmmed I 71OX11 IOOxl' RIVIERA

IMA 10 to 7.'Standings I Cap' Your Tires or Exciting*-Whitewillt/ 11.00 Additional,

: I Plus' Federal T** of 43c t4I Me nor tire and RocappibleExching Conair MOK Club Coup
Lgu PERFORMANCEIS U .Vora t Door Sedan
Monday -
I *. If see Exchange add si M for 14' *r 8340 for
W L Is' tlr..
South Miami lets 6 1 So hurry in for a No. 1 Bay
CONTINUOUSAT. I Don't wait any longer for a
Wayslders 21 America's No. 1 And
on ears.
Goats Ii 2i great deal on a sharp new 64 .1i f_euws one
I .. Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy II you think you're the onlyor
i Holy Rosary : : concerned about looking
I I Comirl 'if
[ Kendall No
0 BLAKE-BIRD Because right now it'ao.. for No. 1, you're wrong.
I Jones Boys II .
Chevrolet dealer Is there
1 Buy Time" at Chevrolet
j Tuesday Lgu BUICK INC. your 1011IINa'aO' s"aaa
I 9 e dealer's. He's got to move outevery to look out for you, too. Come
Rebels N. South Miami Homestead '
fey Asum.As S20 So. Krome Ave in and see for yourself.
J 64 he has left.
I Sheriffs Money I S740 SO. DIXIE HWY. I f U N.. Fedrel. Hwy
I J 4 Fla.
Pinelands Homestead ,
IIMA J Ii 0- JlJJWk. PlI**. MO 0-4400 PftMM CI 7-3733 Oamlrt* <*-(*rtf XT-Ona/roW C'1I'rrlV J C4n.V J I oIIUA.\G.l1lllll1tl1uv-.w- ietJlert

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RegistrationSites

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: ,.;:"1:,: ;' '" Au,. 24 wero announced this week. All county freeholders %t .{
Ire required (o reregister
1 Added locations in South Dade Include St Psul's Baptist ,

I I Chujrph at SW Fourth Avenue and Fourth Street, Homestead s i. ? 1f
f (along with the Homestead Fire Station) and South
; Miami Fire Station: 8130 Sunset Drive. t I' 4
'I, .S ., '
C j Registrations will be taken at these and nearly 100 ,x.t ,
more locations in the county between Aug 24 and Sept. C

I' S. The voter registration[ office !In the Justice Building,

Miami wiU tflkc registrations from freeholders la the I

f4I & gY tl\ county dally between now and Oct. 3.



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Fall Subjects -


The emphasis till be on high Others are typing, shorthand
school completion subject and bookkeeping,, office machines, t
Job training courses when ABC stenoscrlpt, business Eng ," ; I
Southwest Adult Education llsh, real estate sales, real
Center begins its fall trimester estate appraisal, mortgage
Aug. 31.Principal. brokers course, beginning Clothing / s, J JWa
advanced clothing,' machine b yY;
Lloyd L. Brumfield, shop, business repair and 1
announcing the new trimester's amateur radio course
start, called attention to 28 .
courses being offered this fall Charge far meat courses
at the classes at Southwest SenIor will b. $2, plus purchase ofa
High. They include the fol- textbook.

OIL WELLS IN THE WEST No, just the beginning stage of Palmetto Senior owing: Southwest High is located at

High's new wing that will cost approximately $380.000. The new addition it High school completion, 8835 SW 50th Terrace. Registrations .
scheduled for completion by January. When it is completed, the school will Spanish, French, reading are taken weekdays at
be a full site standard high school.. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer) Improvement, wood shop, art, the evening school office between
high school review, English: for 4:15 and 9:30 p.m,
oreign born, elementary education METRO OFFICER A. FORREST examine the wreckage of a 'truck, driven by
trained is available
A counselor
Park Aide Chosen salesmanship, Incometax Monday and Tuesday eve Israel Andrews, 40, when it wrecked Monday. In the foreground is the palm
blueprint reading and esti- nings from 8:30: to 9:30 to help tree the truck knocked down after it went 'out of control on Krome Avenuenear
mating cs. drafting and electron students plan their programs: Woldin Drive. (Staff photo by, Dan Phifer)

John R. DeWeese Is expected le for the past six years, lie is erglddes: Park.
from Jacksonville this week no newcomer to this area, hawing Lower LimeComhination Nine Serve Man Critical After Truck
to become management assistant been superintendent of Ft. Another transfer just announ
at Everglades National Jefferson National Monument on ced is that of Harvey D. Wick
Park, Superintendent StanleyC. the Dry Tortugas from 1949 ware assistant district range: With Units
Joseph announced. to 1957. for the mangrove district In i Smacks Large Palm Tree
Everglades Park. lIe will be
DeWeese has served as superintendent He and his wife Laurie IU management assistant at Ft Is They>< ChoseNine --
of Ft. Caroline National reside temporarily In the Pine Caroline, under B. C. Roberts, ApprovedThe I
Monument at Jacksonvil[ Island residential area at Ev- superintendent of Castillo de Army volunteers who Israel Andrews, 40, of 473 pinning the Negro man be-: with careless driving for failure -
--- -- Lime Administration SW 6th Court, is in critical neath it. to keep his vehicle under
San Marcos National Monument chance last April to pick .
got a condition at Jackson I
Memorial He taken to James
Committee was Ar control.
In St. Augustine, who hence Tuesday approved a
I' their initial assignment lave hospital following an accident( cher Smith Hospital for emergency The officers were unable to
forth will Ft. Caroline
supervise lowered grade combination[ '
NOTICENotice on' Arrived right where they asked londay night on Krome Avenue treatment and then determine what caused Andrewsto
i as well."BURDEN fresh lime shipments, to be In' to be stationed: close to near Waldln Drive. transferred to Jackson. lose control of the truck.
effect until Sept. 22. home. Andrews was driving a panel Deputies Frank Kalteux: and Physiclal[ evidence at the
I OP A SONG" truck belonging to Sacred Heart Al Forrest investigated the accident scene indicated that the truck
is hereby given that the city council Bourdon ts the drone of I They recommended changing The nine, all from South Parish, lost control of the vehicle and their report indicated was traveling south on Krome.
\ibagplpe. By the the current minimum of 75 Florida, enlisted in a special and smashed Into a palm Andrews was apparently crossed the northbound lane
will hold its final meeting as a board of fsh'b
1\den of a song" the per cent U. S. 1 and 25 percent project to fill a need for mora:tree The truck spun around driving within the speed and ran off the east side of the
equalization on Tuesday evening August 18 repetition of musical sounds or U S. 2, mixed color, to IO.40 manpower in the Eighth Missile :1 the tree and overturned limit. However, he was charged road before striking the tree.
>it at 7:30 in the council room of the Homestead I words. combination Formal Rapr Battalion, 15th ArtilleryAir
Hall. proval of the change is'expected ( Defense) In Sooth' Dade.
City by Monday from the Among; them Is one South 4th In
IVEIt pOt.tAlt, )f EL"Ien4I secretary of agriculture( Dade resident, Robert R. .Williams Family
Mabel M. P.lu.o of Kendall. Hometowns \ "
,"' "; o"tr1r.utIen" 'ref With lime production past its 4"
Acting Tax Assessor of the others range from MIami i iKendall

City of Homestead ::10.,04, MUSEUM jIo'ONUIt' ulation peak for is the aimed year, the at new assuring reg- to Fort Pierce. Enlists In Army "

Ioie Ml, HemetttW, Fla.WE'VE sufficient volume to meet After basic training; the men
market demands. were welcomed back to their
commander, Lt. Col. I. J. Irving Jean White[ daughter three years today, with a guarantee
Both Lime[ and Avocado Administrative and Capt. Wallace G. o f Mr, and Mrs.[ Thomas C. for attendance at the I ,'
Committees, meetIng Rawls, commander of Army re White, SW 81st Avenue, Kendall service school of her choice.
Tuesday at Subtropical Ex I. crafting In South Florida who enlisted in the Army forlrooperBill '
perlment Station, also okayed Recruiter Sfc. Edward 0.
processed their entry into the -------- ---
location of a cooling room for Moumblow said the June
Army.
fruit testing in the old Kendall graduate of Palmetto High tii
packing house In Goulds. I GUNPOWDER School will enter the Medical
Field Service at Ft Sam
The cooling rooms, to be Evidence that the Chinese !Invented .
Houston, Texas, after
complete
used chiefly for avocado: tenting I gunpowder is not con Shc S... ing basic training at the
\ will make it possible to clusive. Saltpeter (or nitre), an Women's
Army Corps Center, ,
keep a close check on maturity essential Ingredient of gunpowder Ft. McClellan, Ala.
dates of the various varieties first was mentioned in Y
I
I, aid committee manager Vernor the writings of an Arabian about In the Texas school, Miss
Glmson. ; 1200 AD. White will receive two coursesin /

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Moumblow said the offering I ? t
SHARPENED } of both courses !in succession to .
-wv Miss White is an indication of ,
.: N+ her high degree of intelligence

and reputation for efficinecy. .
OUR PENCILS
r.
v .: Normal procedures require one
THE year of on-the.job training after
completion\ of the first
FOR CLOSEOUT course before entering the sec
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M ond one. 1

A FAIRSEX.a. rv f Miss White Joins the ranks I Iof

SAVE ON A NEW'64PLYMOUTH an all-Army family. ",
7e 1 1r 1t
Her slater Spec 4 Kathleen !
Sue White, is currently assigned '
> to Headquarters, Joint Sup
port Command, Ft. Ritchie,
Driver licenses should be renewed Md. She was present to witness
during the month of her sister's enlistment. (
!
OR VALIANT your Iu
birth, every two years. U you Her father, also present for
the ceremony, was a 1st lieu
were born in an odd year, you ....
FARES WELL HERE tenant in the 9th Infantry DI-
renew In odd If
every year. you
vision World
during War II.
Brand-new 64 models! '. k}\ were bore In an even year, you Her mother Catherine M.

High trade-in allowances! ,:, '. Women are becoming Increasingly renew every even year 3-11 White, as a corporal in the

Important In the fields of business, Army, served as a Women'sArmy ,
Low low prices! A ; '' At this Corps Recruiter. *
Investments, and banking.
.
Pump RepairsAll I Not only was "big sister"
'. Money-saving deals! "' bank we take pride In our many Models present, Moumblow said, but ..
women customers, and we make Sprinkler. Swim Pools I she was also presented s certificate -
Easy terms to fit most any. budget! every effort to give them the type of ,Silts' and Service I II good for s five-day extension .i;
NABOR'SHOME of leave or a three-day pass
A wide selection of models friendly, personal, attention they ap IMPROVEMENTS acting as her own sisters "re-

and colors! preciate., 1 21590 S. Dixie 238-5382 I!for acting as her own sitser's KENDALL JEAN WHITE
We invite you to come in and get I I I"recruiter." takes esth
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acquainted .

PLEASE HURRY IN'
NOW OPEN
\ WE NEED THE BUSINESS
WE BUY AND SELL

} SECURITIES FOR OUR PALMETTO, SEAT COVERS
.. ,%
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CU$TAMERS AT NO CHARGE!
Like to hunt? w v',. stuck way in the north end< of

Palm Plaza Center "Rear"Cor.
tam CE 8-0171


of Richmond Dr. and So. Dixie Hwy 1 Guarantee
HURRY IN FOR A RED HOT DEAL AND SAVE! Making Nsw Fntxdt, I yr
OPENING
.' And Kttfxng Tin, Old" SPECIAL-ALL PLASTIC SEAT COVERS FROM $14.93
ii'l"AlwlJlI'
t. SPORT TOPS FROM $49.00

COMPLETE INTERIOR
399 S. KROME AVE. SERVICES
Seo Covers Carpets
(Formerly" South Did Headlines Door Panels

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Scheduled To Open SoonSouthernmost



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Office. To Be In S. Dade I

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Final arrangements have been made for recruiting office in the United States op.
the opening of I new Army recruiting office crated on a permanent basis by any of 248-0022
on South Dixie Highway, directly! scroll the Armed Force The Army currently America's Fastest
from the Cutler Ridge Shopping Center, operates a part.time office la the Key
according to Capt. Wallace G. Rawls, commanding West post office. 280 HE 8th ST. Growing
officer of Army Recruiting Activities
in South Florida.To The new station will be manned by Wo. Homestead, Flo. Drug Start

Edward 0 Moumblow, who resides with (Next to Kwik Chek) Chain
be erected by Martin Woolln. the his wife and two teenage daughters at
structure will be temporarily a frame of. 8840 SW 17th Street.

flee building, with permanent construe- The recruiter has been In charge of the
4 : tion to follow within a year area, working out of the Coral Gablesmain There nothing temporary

S The new office ii to be the southernmost station, for the past two years
( ry about Low SUPER X


1 Cutler Ridge 7th GradersTo PRESCRIPTION PRICES!

Prescription prices are LOW
t EVERY DAY at Super
drug stores and quality

Have TV Science Class yourielf.Is HIGHEST.Iring Find your Out next for

prescription to us for ark
Eighth grade history students tory students The lesson will\ slated by Calhoon and the associate J.S U In,. You'll sta ..you'l
and seventh grade science students be shown at 10:53: aim and teachers SAVE
at Cutler Ridge Junior repeated at 2:01: p.m.
High School will be learningby Each ttlelasion Is apprexl*
'
television In the fall for Ten sections of the seventh malely 27 minutes' long. Ther.meind.r a
the first time.Television grade science classes will view ef me 55 minute
the telelessonj. Because of the period will b. devoted by the
lesions, telecast on ichool S aim opening, students classroom teacher to dlscusialng > SWEATSUPEREX
Dade County schools' educational will see only the 9:50a and expanding upon
television Channels I and
.m. science program They the material presented In met
17, are offered In nearly all will be dismissed too early to *I*It lien. Student questionswill
of the county's schools. Theyare view the 2:M repeat showing be amplified by means
1. 1ril, prepared and taught by A Hem ef twe teachers and ., microphones situated
tt studio teachers and closely coordinated
two associate teachers will about the auditorium.
THIS IS THE REMAINS of on automobile hit by a train angina Saturday near with classroom teach handle the large classes.Richard Howard C. Doyle, principal
Kendall Drive and SW 98th Avenut. Police laid the me of a teat belt by the en in the schools will Calhoon, who has at Cutler Ridge Junior High
driver Mrs. Mary Jo. Wulfeck apparently land her life. (Staff photo by Dan In general, a student been a classroom teacher at has had experience with the
have only olla subject| each
Phifer) Cutler Ridge Junior High for large television classes while I Reg. SizeCOMET!
year threvgh the television three years, will teach the aci- he was at Madison Junior
medium. ence classes High The program which he
Train
Demolishes Auto
Educational television Chan Mr. Evan, U. S. history arranged there has been used or gc
Dell can be received on home teacher at Cutler Ridge, will as a model to be folowed at
television sets. Channel 17 cane teach the history classes, as other schools.
e viewed on ultra Ugh ire AJAX
Belt Credited With uency (UHF) sets. Limit 2
At Cutler Ridge, history lesions
will be shown In the auditorium I vse W '
on I or 0 television el0 83c SIZE

Saving Woman's Life seta, for all eighth grade his- Te : CREST LIMIT| 2 49 c


A seat belt apparently] saved tracks at epproximaUly. 19 to observe proper precautions Light For Sight'Campaign
tha life of Mrs. Jo Wul- TOOTHPASTE
Mary miles per hour. The car was at a railroad cronlng resulting
feck, 89, Sunset Park, when her hurled through the air about In the accident SlatedMel
car was demolished by a Seaboard 40 feet and came to rest In a
E( 1.29 SIZE 100'sBUFFERIN
Railroad train
Saturday
drainage ditch. Carver, vice president
afternoon. Vail laid the air conditionerand V. A. Hospital and general manager of FlorIda r Ji
Sheriff deputy Joe Vail the radio wire both turned Machinery Corporation, has 89c
said there was little doubt been appointed chairman of
on and that Mrs Wulfeck apparently Work To
BeginGround
that Mrs. Wulfeck would have failed to look: to ace he Greater Miami lions Club.Auoclatlon' LIMIT 2
been killed had she not been 186& "Light forSight"
if there
train the
was a on
wearing the seat belt track. will be broken Saturday drive.Association.
for a I,062.bed Veterans President W. L. 33c
The accident occurred at N. She suffered several broken Administration hospital to be Lent" Pennell said the annual i
Kendall Drive and the Sea. iN yv
drive has been scheduled for
ribs and a broken shoulderbut .rSIIE
board crossing just .a few built in Hlaml.nepreltntatlvu -'
was reported to be In good Oct. 824. : 25
blocks from her home. .
I condition. of all South More than CO dull will participate
The train was traveling in the which
campaign,
about 85 miles per hour when Vail charged Mrs. Wulfeck Florida veterans organisation. features the door-to-door sale LIMIT
Mrs. Wulfeck drove onto the with careless driving for failing as well as federal, state and of bag of light bulbs designed
local dignitaries are expected to raise funda for the assocla 1.00 SIZE
to attend the 10 a.m. ceremony ion's sight conservation ac-
Army Engineer at the hospital site, NW 12th ...
Avenue and 16th Street, according \ DERMAZ
.
to Brooks and Ferricone, Breezeway C 6 7c
.
co-chairmen of the groundbreaking
Assigned To AreaLt. committee. I Sermon FRESH

Expected to be completed by Q
>v
Dee 1, 1966, the 12'story "Deatmation, Where will
Joseph V. Chaufty ha. University, and as a student at 117. .,million medical facility be the topic of R. S. MeEelvey, 1.00 VALUE
been assigned si area engines the Command and General Staff will be the first veterans hospital minister, at the 815: a, m.
for the U.S. Army Corps of College, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.H. to be established in this service' Sunday at Breezeway HAIRROLLERS
Engineers' $I.' million defense received his master's degree area since the founding of the rlve-ln church. Oil belay sir 25th wtUlig anniversary Inn would Its ..
construction program. in South in Civil Engineering from ISO-bed( VA hospital in Coral Mrs. Earl Fosnanght willng Ink this. ene for tta little wenuuu" 69C
solo.
Florida.' Iowa State University in 1948. Gables In 1947. a

Chaufty will have offices at
Homestead, and will be responsible .
for the eight Hawk and
Hercules antimissile missile sites .
under construction in Dade,
Broward and Monroe Countiesand WEBSTER99c
for other work at Home
stead Air Force Base
Rosi will be assistant
Thicker
area engineer Some debts Mp b '

For the pest .year Cbaufty ,. 500 SHEETS
his been itationed to Iran,
where he wai resident engineer This
during completion of Ham are wrong. FILLERPAPER

dan Air Force Base 4 1 7ge
The 1943 graduate of Wes One is right!
Point served in Europe for two
years during World ,War II
where he received the Bronze X
Star and Purple Heart and later .
served for a year in Korea Rtt { S9c SIZE
with Headquarters of the Some debts are wrong, but there'i one debt that mekia

Eighth Other Arniy.assignments include a sense a Coral Gables Federal mortgage loan on your FORIENT79c[ 4 7c

three-year tour u professor of home.
military science at Bucknell
Pint place, It jives you AT ONCE (without yean of
waiting) the kind .f comfortable home you really want. It SIZE
relieves you of rent but, for about tha some kind of monthly
I payment as rent, starts you on the poth of home ownership.You GILLETTE


ere sofa In buying home with a Coral Gables S'gcBLADES
i= Federal loan the assurance of 30 years' experience 'In STEEL
sWe1eomeWn making mortgage loom, and the protection of studying the BLADES

location., construction, value and title of your contemplated
home.
29c SIZE

Finally, a Coral Gables ,.clerolloo" may cost you lets
because Initial loan costs (stated In advance) are low, Interest 23c
rates are reasonable, and you can make advance payment ENFAMIL
Honors S aIramiy when you are able, thus reducing your total interest


f o0( iorn kids costs.CORAL 1.15: 120.620.127:
KODA COLOR U *
GABLES FEDERAL 1Q
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess I"
will call with a basket of gut on the SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION COLOR FILM
go
.and friendly greetings from
rellgioua, civic and business HOMESTEAD I PERRINE
leaders of our community when
iror family moves to a new noccc4:1: OFFICE I OFFICI
49c SIZEMILDEW
tone. 1101 N. KROME AVENUE I 701 Html AVENUI:

HOMESTEAD rAoMu A. CeUias4oaarer Roans /. 0oy r, MtnagtrCIM4
Seas Sherman milk!

CI73MSPERRINI 1 t ( OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS 29CSTOP
from 6.15: te 100: em.

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Clothes,Bar
For Home 77<<1' No. Purchase Necessaryto
or Trawl

Zlne plated bar teleKOMI be given, away Sat.
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to fit closet ear
Subilliinf rlnra keep
hannn from eliding. August 29
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GRIP TRACTOR Check FileJVfiwnctH.Jch.cli

$ $188of
TIRESSAVE year fingertipif
9452 Sturdy hammeitone-6nlah 16,500,
Goodyear economy priced tire that.outputls and( outwears IIP TO metal with monthly
very,other tire In Its class! divider cards con- BTU/H3
venient carrying handle.
? -- COOLING
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r 10 DAYS ONLY!- TV SPECIALS


You can Savel 23"GE TV Model 0 RD 01 ; JU $3.75 wkly
S
M735 Reg 309.95 Floor Model

Buy what you Now 289.95 wlky 3.75 GENERAL J ELECTRICSUPERUNE

need...pay later
23" GE TV Model

M733 Res.289.95
Now 269.95 wkly 3.50 LOOM AIR CONDITIONER

Don't-Miss This SaellA 23"GE TV .

3-T NYLON EzehanpPdee' emU Onry SeleSIe ... Reg.269.95 13.6 Cu. Ft. Frost
Now 249.95 wkly 3.25
TRUCK 9.5/24 S 41A 33.10 Guard Refrigerator
11.2/24 49,40 39.45 23"GET, Model
TIRES 45.U No defrosting ever-
TRACTOR FRONTS 11.2/28 56.50 M731 Reg.249.95 +
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171 68.55 54.76 not even in the big roll
Famous Goodyear 11.2/36 57.92 Now 239.95 wkly! 3.1519"PortobloTV e out freezer
HITHEMILER 11.2/38 7250
Triple Rib Nylon tires $1445 5153 New telf-filling Ice
with 3-T tripIs-tem* R C y 12A/28 64.50 troy.
Wed cord. plus tax 82.45 65.86
12.4/38 Reg.169.95 .
5 protection plan
600x16 slit r n.ara.r 56.93 year
: 13.6/28 71.25 Now 159.95 ZOO '
wkly "w 3 aluminum
69.88 swing out
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13.6/3841)1 86.25 "J shelves
13.6/386 101.30 80.93 19"Portobla TV
pI ly
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14.9/38 114.50 91.45 Re.149.9Sow

$1 595 A7 15.5/38 121.85 97.33 129.95 wkly 1.65l1" vA 1
plus tax
Portables as $425
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IIMr hiss Mri.Iw" Pura
low at$99.99Only model TC474X
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1.40 weekly $3 90 weekly
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Cool "Arctic" S 55 Ib.With Lead
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r.520 VariableControl Tim. e Lint TrapThe
Itel3araaaerNe.llC.t I Blender Dial /EAEeAIIlttfNCpIII
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$ ez I AUTOMATIC 5
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CovertMotoring1 \ 95 WASHER 179

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Zlne plated bar tela. to be given away Sat.
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scopes to fit closet car.
Stabilizing rlnara keep
hangers from alidlnj. August 29

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TIRES II Puts once/fed checlf $188
52 of jour fingertips
SAVE: $24 Sturdy hammertone-tintah 16,500
economy priced tire.that.outputls and outwears UP TO .11 metal,with monthly
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You can Savel! I 23"GE TV Model XD SO1 298 $3.75 wkly
M735 Reg 309.95 Floor.Model
Buy what you I Now 289.95 wlky 3.75 GENERAL ELECTRIC

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23'GE TV Model SUPERLINElOOMAIRCOMDmONER
M733 Reg.289.95
k Now 269.95 wkly 3.50

Don't.Miss This Sale 23"GE TV

3-T NYLON [xcll.nll. TIIII gal, pm Reg.269.95 13.6 Cu. Ft. Frost
a Sill Pde Only Now 249.95 wkly 3.25
TRUCK 9.5/24 s 41A n.10 Guard Refrigerator
11.2/24 49.40 39.45 23"GE TV Model
TIRES 45.15 -- No defrosting ever-
11.2/28 56.50 A
TRACTOR FRONTS M731 Ret.249.95How
11 Fl LI 68.55 54.76 t. not even in the big roll.
11,2/36 239.95 3.15
wkly outfreezer.
famous THE
Goodyear 57.92_
Triple Rib Nylon tlrti. $1446 HI-MILER 11.2/38 7250 51.53 New telf-filling ice
with 3-T tripletempered R-C 12AI28 64.50 19"Portable TV tray.
cord. plus tax 65.86
600x16 liio' r......., 12AI38 82.45 -93 R.g.I69.9SHow 5 year protection plant '
13.6/28 71.25 159.95 wkly' 2.00
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aluminum
swing out
:: 13.6/3B4ply 86.25 68__ 8a t shelves
13.6/386p1y 101.30 80.93 19"Portable' TV
floor
only one model
14.9/38 114.50 91.45 Reg.149.95

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plus tax
11"Portables' 01 425
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well as the Entire stock of fine Men's Wear of Martins Men's Shop of Fort Lauderdale. This combined stock of Men's
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GARTERS: p'R:2E' : : 12.95
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Church Teenagers Vacation Bible ,



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I By now most vacation Bible schools In South Dado r

Teenagers at Palmetto Pre- chardson, Rick KMwlti and' are almost over.Thouaandr /
fcyterlan Church are embarkingon Zane Padgett, Steve Griffin, ot youngiteri have attended the schools ,y p t r,
I workshop study program Suniland Pat Paterson and Ceorge Ian The tint classes began In June. Sine individual
this month called "Aurora." I churches have been starting other
KendallBy na.
Title for the workshlp was The usual run for a church'a school li two weeks w' ,

drawn from the Roman mythological JUNE RUDICKC Mr. and Mr. Carl Rose, and During that time youngster learn about Cod, Bible

goddess ot dawn 54390 their children Billy and Terry stories, arts and craft, recreation, special event and other
"Aurora." because it suggests Ann of SW 122nd St, Stone-' assorted activltlei. ,yi
an awakening, and 1* to repre- like Races haven, recently returned from Then picture of the school at the lint Baptist
Bent a protest against a sleepy, SUIIII.nd.Kendall area resl a two week vacation to Dothan, Church of Perrne are typical of scenes at Blbl schools
self-deceived church, accordingto Alabama Dallas and San Antonio
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dents are being Invited to par- throughout South Did.
William G. Heck in. ministerial
Texas, and New Orleans,
bike 22 Th Perrinr
student lilting at the tlclp.te.1A races Aug. church'a school ended Wednesday night
church this summer. at 10 am. In the parking lot Louisiana with "parent night," when slides of the activities of the i

of the Sunlland Theater. Trophies Mr. and Mri. A. E. Becker 423 youngsters enrolled were shown, aa wU a* result fspecial
Purpose of the workshlps Is will be awarded by the .mn
Jr, of SW 122nd St. Stoneha! project. 4'r -
to Introduce. the, teenagers to Sunlland Merchant's AssoclaUon. : ,
ven, and their children Nelson t
the issue .surrounding, them to I
day. A free bike Inspection will and Susie recently returned
i be held Au,. 20 and 21, between from a vacation In California,
Initial speaker last Sunday 1 and 8 pm. Washington, and Oregon. F
was Rev. Theodore Gibson, Anyone interested in enterIng '
son, president of the Miami the bike racea should contact Mr*. Joe Popp and her children
chapter of National Association Mr. Peg Bllyard at the Linda and Mike, and Mrs.
for Advancement of Color- Suniland Hobby Shop 235- A. Van Wagoner, and her son,
ed People who spoke on 1743. Johnny, and five daughter,and
"Civil Rights. Charles Little two of their girl friends, of
led the closing devotional. I Liens Club Sale SW 113th St., Sunlland, recently
Dr. John Hall Jones, practicing Sunlland Lion Club' annual returned from an extensive
psychologist;former Baptist white elephant sale will be camping atlon trip. tlkr. wrwss .
held in the Sunlland Shopping
minister and former
professor,
They left Miami shortly after -
Center later thin month, and
at the University of Florida,
school was out for the New
local
the club is resetting
was the second speaker at the York World's Fair, camping Left to right ore Keith Mlt..hell .
His subject residents to contact them if I LEARNING GOES ON, even though It Is summer.
Tuesday workshop. along the way, and touring Wil- Mitchell of SW 168th Street; Timmy Wetson,
was "Sex and the Teenage they have any item to donate.Call of Mr. red Mr*. Tom
Morals." The closing devotional CE 5-1771. liamaburg and Jamestown, Vir- son ef eoj +. end Mrs. Thomas WoNon of SW 182nd Street, Frjinlo Pork, end
Inl.. In New York they stayed
of Mr. end Mrs. Henry Wardenao of SW 188th Tcr.
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was led by Nan Oblfeat.Tomorrow I Scevts On Tour with Mrs. Dorothy Snow, a Tommy Werdengo, act
at 030: p.m. the Four boys from Air Explorer former Miami resident, andspent race Sotttn Miami Heights, as they, study about the books of the Bible at the
third workshop will be held at Squadron SS3, sponsored by the three days seeing the ,.coons l.ble school ot the First Baptist Church of Perrin
the church. Speaker will beFrank 1 Kendall Methodist Church, left World's Fair. The remainder of
Wutt, associate executive Saturday for a two week tour their two weeks in New York
secretary, Miami Council under the Aero-Induatrles I they visited museums and other -
of Churches Jill subject will]Youth Development Asnocialion Interesting sights In New x
be "The Role of the Church in Program. They will visit York, including a day at the
Society" A question and answer with research scientists st the United Nations.
period will follow. University of Massachusetts, I'
At 8:15: p.m. the memberswill Massachusetts Institute of On their return trip theycamped
move into assigned discussion Technology, and aircraft manufacturing near Washington, D.
groups to form their plants In the northeastern C. over the July Fourth weekend
two opinions of the issue and United States duringthe visiting the House of Representatives
at 9 p.m., the croup will reassemble two.week period.Accomp.llied immediately following .
for recreation, and by their scoutmaster the signing of the Civil
the closing devotional will be James Scanlon, the boyi Rights Bill.

led by Paul Qulllen. Th program who were honored by their selection I Young Mike Poop studied the
will end at 9:43 p.m. .
for the trip Include Bruce
Recreation Park ,events prior to the signing! of lMtlhRZ
Park Greenwell, Tommy Valentine the Civil Rights Bill during the
At Sunlland Recreation i
Steve Murray, and assistant '
semester at Palmetto Junior r
last week the outstanding
adviser Richard Me- High School, and while on the 1 r
group of the week was the __
Junior Boys. Boy of the weekin Clung. trip to Washington hi obtain. GREG MITCHELL, son of Mr. and Mn.Tt>...ot Mitchell -
that group was Bob Breder. Personal ed a copy of the Senate discussed Civil of SW 168th Street, Perris, stet .*., m da
Bill that
Basketball skill tourney winners Dr. and Mrs. George Venii and Rights later passed.was a hot plot but also added a little _enti...
were Jake Elliot tint and their children Georgann
Tom Kavanaugh, second, and and Mary, of SW 133rd Ten, Following the camping out In
Dick Kavanaugh and Bill Sunlland, recently returned Washington they camped out Tourism And IndustryAnother
Sonenberg tied for third.' from a vacation In Madison,' in Vogel, Georgia, and visited t t e
Karen Barnard was the girl Wisconsin Nashville, Tenn, and Blrmlnghma >
of the week In the Junior Girls Ala.,before returning Cabinet J yj r
group. Junior Girls basketball Mr and'Mr*. Roland Garret- to Miami.

skills tourney winners were son, and their children, Becky.
Becky Bailey, first, Msureen, Roland Jr., and Grace, of SW Chaplain MooreAddresses\
Healy, second, and Patty Began 127th St., Suniland;'recently returned Post Called For
third. from a month's vacation' Lions
Bob Randall was boy of the In Mississippi where they visIted ,
week In the Shortie Boys Mrs. Garretson's parents, Chaplain Robert M. Moore of Miami-Metro Publicity DI. merely a single division of the TIME OUT FOR REFRESHMENTS ll taken by Pat Zimmerman, daughter of
group Basketball skills tourney Mr. and Mr. Vernon C. Harris, ffomesteal Air Fore Base rector Lew Price Tuesday again big Florida Development Commission Mr. and Mrs. S. Zimmerman of SW 174th Street, Orchard Estate, with a lone
winner were Jeff Marcus,: In Starkville, and hi. father, gave a humorous talk on Texasat urged the creation of a Florida ." line of other teenager* 01 they await hair turn while Mrs. A. M. Anderson of
first, Howdy Davis, second, H. F. Garretson, in Leakivllle. Tuesday night' meeting state cabinet poet for the pro- Whispering Pine, a teacher pours the punch. (Staff photo by Dan Phlfer)
and Dave Marple, third. the Redland Lions Club. motion of tourism and Industry. "I have talked to a great
Theresa Girten was girl of Kim Rudlck son of Mr. and; Quests included Elder Wll- many leadira in the travel Industry
the week In the Shortie Girls Mrs. Bert Rudick, SW 127thSt. lIam Strlngfellow of Homestead Price, who proposed the plan and they are fully in Accent To Be On Youth
and carromt tourney winners ., Sunlland celebrated his Seventh Day Adventist In 1962, said be was pleased accord with creating a cabinet ,
were Phyllis Olin flat Gall I twelfth birthday with a swimming Church, Bruce Griffith and Roy that Wendall Jarrard, chairmanof ,,post," Price added. One agency,
Drake, second, and Debbie party at home Included Holland of Homestead and Ira the Florida Development the Tourist and Convention
Brower, third among the guests were Bill Ri I Shell of South Miami Heights. Commission supports the plsn. Council of the Miami.Dade Legion Post Auxiliary'To
Price spoke before delegates Chamber of Commerce, his officially ,
attending the National Association endorsed Prica'i plan.
of County Officials convention
in the Sheraton Park Hotel Going further, Price advocated -
:EURDINEtSWANTED: : in Washington, D. C. a secretary of tourism Have Open MeetingAn
At a legislative subcommittee or travel on the federal level
hearing July 31, Jarrard urged on the basis that travel is the -

lawmakers to approve an elect- third largest Industry in the open meeting of American titer and her mother In Union-
ed secretary of tourism and In- world. Legion Post 315 with it* town, Pa., toured Washington.
dustry. auxiliary will be held Monday Cutler D. C., and visited Mr. ind
"I wa encouraged to see Grace Church st the Cutler Ridge Community Mr*. Earl Black In Tallahassee,
Wendsll Jarrard endorsing the Center. Ridge Fla.'
Idea I put forth two years ago,"
Price declared. The meeting will begin with By SYLVIA IARIER Ma], Ruth Miner of 1M Drive
great values for menSLACK "Giving cabinet rank to a Holds Teen a covered-dish dinner at 7 CE 5-1441 returned recently from a vacation
young director of both tourist and Industrial p.m., at which the honor guests in Europe. She stopped off
will be the recently elected
promotion would insure In Madrid, visited friends In
that Florida attracts clean governor of Boys State; bin
Challenge9Grace Personal Mention Paris, Orleans and Verdun si
industry that would be sponsor, Billy Anderson, a national '
com Rev. Mario Alfonso of Rudy well as the German cities of
I patible with tourism," he add. executive committeeman
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*. Frankfort and Heidlburg. Returning -
,v < Baptist Church: !la alternate from Coral Gables Memorial Methodist Church
J; r J\d.' ed. "We have a secretary of of New York
agriculture, yet agricultureranks holding a, "teen challenge" for Post 98; Jeff Brookstone and last week attended the Methodlat MaJ. Miner by way also visited her
people 13-19 this week. William Leppig, Boy State Youth Camp at Leeaburga
only third In its contribution young sister In Kingston, N. Y. before
to the stste's econ- Purpose (f the challenge is representatives sponosred by an instructor. coming home.Mrs. .
omy, while tourism accounts for teenagers to sweeps the the Cutler Ridge Unit, and
for 42 per cent of the total claims of Christ In their lives. Susan Reddaway, Girls State Mr. and Mr. Dee Strong of.
t Nassau Drive and their children
economy and one fifth of taxttYenu. representative sponsored by
J ..." Rev Ted Place, director of the Cutler Ridge Legion Auxi1I.f' Dianne, Glenn Frank and Tom Black and her daughter -
SALEFROM Greater Miami Youth for Chris returned lad week froma DeUsrse, visited Gainer
An
of
act
the legislature /
would be Christ ia in charge. H* will two week trip to the moun vllle recently to find housing
lr necessary to create At ConventionTwo tains. at ,the University of Flora
the office and Florida voters speak tonight and tomorrow, Accompanying them were
would have to It In the final night, at 8 p,m. young people from RUdy his parents, Mr. and Mrs ida for the Fall semester. Dellarae -
AMERICA'S MOST referendum."It approve Memorial Methodist Church Charles D. Strong Sr. of SW graduated from two year
a Included la the actvlitlea Ire an attending the Bishop's Convocation 80th Ave. The family camped Cottey College in Nevada, M!*
FAMOUS MAKER "that is the ridiculous biggest, business said Price in, Bible study, mission study and this week in Tampa. out In North Carolina and visited last June and will b* a Junior .

the state tourism Is recreation. Leah Bailey and Richard FU Olsnne's birthplace in Fort at the University this year
I Tonight, there will be a of Cutler Ridge joined other Campbell, Ky.. aa well as vis-
'3.99 hootenanny beginning at 1 Methodist youth of the area ting Chattanooga, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs William StuIS
Wash Machines and tomorrow a film Tuesday to leave on a charteredbus stopped with relatives In At- of Haitian Drive and their
p.m.
Sales and Service from KendaU. Among the lanta and Decatur Ca. daughters returned recently
; L8.638 "Flight 107" wll be shownat
"V All Mikes and Models' 7 speaker at the convention are from a weeks vacation In Tallahassee
New and Used p.lD.Tho Tom McClary: of Cutler Ridge, Mr. and Mr. Kenneth P. Fla.
NABOB'SHOME activities are held at who has worked at the Methodist Ringer Jr. of Caribbean Drive
You'll recognize this popular name IMPROVEMENTS the South Miami Elementary camp at Leeaburg during and their two children have 8
I 11590 S. Dixie 238-5382 I School, 12231 SW 190th St. the aummer. returned from a vacation at Represent
by the superior fit, quality and looks their cabin In Wayneaville,

-best yet, you'll reap worthwhile N. C. VFW PostEight

savings! Washable polyesterrayonIn NOW I HOW Sgt and Mrs Jack Sharpe of member represented
Caribbean Blvd and their
chil Arrant-Smith Post end Auxiliary '
Ivy and continental styles. Beige, FUJYA dren., Homestead!, at the Veterans -
OPEN OPEN moved to Monterey, Calif. of Wars fifth
Foreign
brown, navy, btu' green, black. 6- where the family will liv* while district meeting at Miami

12 Junior, slim, 25" to 32" waist.. II' Sgt Korea.Sharpe is stationed la Beach Sunday.
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TheyMrr. and Mr
Pat Rtscigno, Mr. and Mrs.
JAPANESE MARKET Mr. and Mrs.
Island
Pluto
I Lester Drey fuss, fro and Mrs.
young men's, street floor dsdelsnd and their children, Tim and Frank: Wright, Mrs Walter
(also downtown miamI,163rd street, YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME Elm turned of Dominican Drive re Mann and Edward Weiss.
mlami beach) I recently from a Mrs. Beseigno was appointedcolor
AND SEE lion trip. They visited his fsEVfRY bearer for the district,

ojAPANESE:: I II and was presented a service

JAPANESE GIFTS FOOD DOLLAR HELPS I pin for work ever 150 at the hours Veteran of volunUer .

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,Hospital in Coral Gables.
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: ;ot Ott*\ ", ", y,",, PERRINE SHOPPING CENTER Musty sVpartroent president of the
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Man Wounded In .Bolivia Fla. City I Friends Choose



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.., A revised budget for next SYLIVIA BARBER home her friend could are
year, nearly $3 ,OOO higher that Karen no longer had to
South Dade man wounded to, this country last summer, than the current year's, was Little Miii USA (Just for sit down to rest in the mid
in guerrilla action in Bolivia was in Washington, DC for a laid before the City Comm- .fun) was chosen last week dle of their games She no
two weeks ago is expected to short period, and left last January slot at Florida City Tuesday by at group of children on longer turned blue aroundthe
be flown to Rusk Rehabilitation Nassau Drive Cutler
for Bolivia. nlsht Ridge, lips when the played too
Center in New, York City Mon- With him In Bolivia were his Included are $24,200 the commissioners who, put a lot of thoughtinto hard.
day from Panama, wherehe wife, Sue, and their three sons. asked Friday night their summertime games. Now she's just fine, and ,
has been in a military hos- The family has been staying to be added for streets, recreation The winner was Karen when that smile comes, whichIt
pital since the incident. with friends In Panama City and a water meter main. Roche, 7, who was chosen so often does, its enoughto
Jacob Jackson of 9260 SW during his hospitalization at enance man plus an addl.<
Susie Gtntel influence In
over any judge any
runner-up
164th St., north of Perrine, was
the hospital In the Canal Zone
ional $8173: request Police 94et
Jane Char. contest.
4, Dobbs, 7, beauty
struck by a bullet in a clash On Monday, his will
family Chief William Fasulo tossed In
mione Rafield 7, Sandra The Little Miss USA. content
between Bolivia police and also fly to New York. They over the weekend to pay I for
Genies 7 and Susan Hoff was produced to lick
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guerrillas who ambushed the .
will later take up residence two more men in his department
4 all friends. the summer doldrums by Sher
man, rood
police patrol near the Brazilian
again at their SW 164 Street and a raise for himself
It wasn't choice il Giles and Janie Sellers
an
border. The bullet severed Jack address A standing room only easy
for the since aD the and judged by BobbI Giles.
son's spinal cord and be is Mrs. Jackson Is the daughter crowd turned out for the judge,
from the waist down. little girls radiate such They worked for a week with
paralyzed of Mrs Esther Tippet of 9841 meeting of the commission
Jackson is former directorof charm, but perhaps Karen'e the little contestant. They
a Martinique Drive Cutler Ridge, three ef whoso members were
the Dade Citizens sparkling eyes has somethingto bought gifts for each little
County Mrs Tippet talked by telephonewith hit with a recall petition Mon.
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Safety Council. He was assigned her daughter, who laid day alleging squandering of do with the decision. girl and arranged for the
to the security section of the her husband had lain for hours municipal funds. Karen had a special reason mothers to be invited.
U.S. Agency, for International unable to move, before being The commission took no acs for sparkle. Less than two They pulled up the garage
Development mission in Boli it months ago she underwenta doors to let out the parade t a
picked up and flown to the ion on the budget, tabling
via. He was riding in I jeep JACOB JACKSON hospital. until the next regular meeting delicate surgical opeiatlonwhich of beauties in their best
with a police highway, patrol Ambushed Mrs. Tippet's son David flew Aug. 25. A public hearing on mended her little heart dresses, with gloves, and
when the ambush occurred down from his home In Atlantato the budget was set for the nlllht lo that her bright eyes would again in, their bathing suits.
He was director of the Dade He had been a U.) S. security be with his mother after of Aug 24. n't be lost to her family and They presented their protegesin
Safety Council for five years in Brazil and later in the Do- the news of the tragic occur If passed as It stands, the playmates. a specially prepared play
before leaving the area in JWO. minican Republic. He returned rence reached her. budget would require a 12 3/4 They missed her while she -Karen played a fiery
_NNNNNNNIINMNL.NN1Questions /II/LNI. NMN.MYrNN.MINNNpNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNMM"Jt mill tax rate based on the was in the hospital, and perhaps witch.
Metro roll, said accountant they did not understand And she didn't have to sit
Ralph Bearden, who prepared but when the came down to rest at all.
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Answers the figures. -..NNNN.rwwxN fNNNw-.xn.xu.Nw.N.nn.xNw.
(Tin Metro roll is rough
II double the Florida City roll now
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used it would have required a
About ProposedNew I9 rate of 25 mills, beyond the .-
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In other action, the comm .. In The News
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HospitalQUESTION
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on a new garbage truck, 2. C. David M. Ward of Goulds. The soldier attended ik,'J

WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF . since previous bids submitted Kinard ion of Mr. and Mrs.R. Miami High School and r >r
as19 did not conform to specific .
R. Kinard of Red land Road In Fort Lauderdale
employed
THE HOSPITAL was -
recently completed summer KAREN ROCHE
tions.S before entering the ArmyIn
ANSWER In 1938, a group of citizens, spearheaded Tabled consideration of a amphibious training st Little 19 9.i "Little Mill USA"JENERGY
submitted
subdivision plat by
Creek Amphibious Base, Mor-
by Dr. James Archer Smith, realized William S. Connole for developer folk, Va.
the need of the community for a hospital 'u wefa. William Parker Finley of

banded together, and in 1939! began Florida City, until Connole appears Kinard..ho Is in the NROTC
working toward that goal. J. D, Redd, donated in person before the com- program at Princeton University -
a R acre tract of the present lite to mission. The proponed sutx- Joined midshipmen from
the hospital through the City of Homestead vision. li located between NW colleges and universities
Eighth and Sixth Avenues near throughout the country for
The basic reason for this was to enable the in assault warfare
Florida City Elementary School. training sea
City of Homertead to co-sponsor a requestfor Heard a representative of aboard ships and on beach
WPA funds for labor. The initial 17 bed Davis Meter and Supply Co. heads.
hospital I wa expanded to the current 50 I explain his firm water meter He is expected home Saturday .I
beds in 1953. The friends of the hospital rebuilding program, which I he and will atay until mid i
again joined in 1962 and contributed money said Is available to the city at I September when he will enter

and materials to provide patient rooms with a cost of (8,50 per meter. I II I his Junior.year 0 at Princeton..

air conditioning. Also a new administrative I Spec. 8 William A CUm-
building was donated by one individual. 3 Get Degrees mona, ion of Mr. and Mrs

GIVE SOME PACTS ABOUT At Virgil G. Clemmons of Isla Gold
UniversityThree
QUESTION?
last
Trailer Park Naranja
THE EMERGENCY ROOM FACILITIES. Homestead men were week completed a 28-wee jStock

:ANSWER The present emergency facilitiesare WHJAMES I among S15 students getting electronic navigation equip v
degrees from the University ment repair course at Arm
considered adequate except for Its capa
of Florida when the final trrnester Southeastern Signal School, Ft.
bilities to treat a number of emergency pa of the year ended over Gordon, Ga.Clemmons.
tients at on* time. The new emergency facilities the ", ...hnd. entered the ArmyIn
will!! be vastly improved both in space They are Robert B. Brown, 1960 after graduation from
additional adequate personnel Princeton (N. C.) High School.
and equipment, plus bachelor of science In phamacyt .
I to rtaff. The present hospital is open O'CONNOR, formerly of Cutler Ridge Jun- Robert J. HelstermaJacehlor ,
at all times for emergencies. The present ior High School, will be seen on Educational Television of .science In advetiamg Airman 1, C. Forrest I. Hansen I
with and Simon E. Mailoctor has arrived for duty with
administration is vitally concerned Channel 17 come September 01 one member ofa a unit of the Pacific Air
creating the capabilities to care for mass team, teaching seventh grade general science. ( of philosophy. Forces at Kimpo Air Base, Hoes
casualties such as In major accident, fire Hansen's wife Naomi,
For 35 Junior High Schools lived SB Second
epidemic etc. ormerly Road in Homestead.on Up Now On Vitamins!

QUESTION- WHAT ABOUT CARDIAC ----- Growing active youngsters need their daily

EQUIPMENT, OBSTETRICS, PHYSICAL Spec. S Jerry f. Strickland vitamins in order to do(
THERAPY James O'Connor To Teach last week completed a three.I
:
:week engineer missile equipment their best in school! W>

ANSWER Cardiac equipment The expan- course at Army Engineer I ha\e a complete supply
sion of present equipment to Include heart Science :School. Ft. Belvoir. Va. I of all the leading brands
mopitoring system for surgery and the latest Course Via TVJames He_li_the son of Mn. M. W., of vitamins recommended ti
advances in electro cardiography

(EKG) Is planned. O'Connor of Cutler losophies include a light, good winners, recognition by the I Social Service by your doctor. ,. And vitamin remember
Obstetrics In view of the fact that the Ridge will be one member ol humored approach to the student Future Scientists: of America.
hospital Is the recipient of many OB-Medi- a team teaching science on rather than stiff formal and a paper read at the FlorIda 'I shortage can happen to
from HAFB due to their own Educational Television Channel ity. Should an experiment fail Junior Academy of Science. School To Start anyone at any age so don't forget to
care patents 17 (UIIF) in the fall. in the full of the television stock
glare
for
facilities Its is planned that the Obstetrical For the past two summers, up on vitamins
limited The program, seventh grade cameras which even O'Connor has appeared on South Floi Ida's first school I the rest of the family,
of the hospitalwill I
Department new general science, will be re: the most thoroughly planned Channel 2's "Searching," i a ot Social Service will be ins too'!
be larger than that normally found in ceived at Cutler Ridge Junior experiment might chance to do science series basically aimed ugurated at Barry College In
an acute general hospital. Plans include a High School and approximately he hopes to meet the occasion at junior high age group, which the fall of 1965, Sister Mary,
complete separation of the obstetrical area 3 S other junior high schools In with ease and try to dii- received good response from Dorothy, O. P., president has' ROYAL PALM
from the surgical medical areas Dade and Broward Counties. cover with the student, why it viewers. nnounced. I
Physical Therapy There is a physical O'Connor and his team- failed Preliminary plans announced 806 N. Krome Ave. Homestead
mate, Harold Guinyard, an O'Connor, his wife Barbara, ant spring following a meeting
for In the presenthospital. CI
available patients 7-6949
therapist: ETV science and physics CAP SquadronTo
and } eld
,
de- y.ar* son Kith with Bishop Coleman' F.1 I
The present physical therapy teacher from North Did hive been Cutler Ridge residents Carroll and local welfare leads .I
partment is limited due to lack of space.will High, have planned theirpresentation far several years. He Greet VisitorsThe e.' were made definite following a DIXIE DRUGSFederal
The new physical therapy department of the science was educated In Miami, grad local surveys regardingneeda
assume greater position in order to render I lessens "te lead the student uat.d from Jackson High and Cutler Ridge Civil Air for trained social workers Highway, Naranja
special care as required by the medical through s series .f dlKovtr- the University of Miami. Patrol Squadron will hold an In agencies, hospitals, 7-7140
staff for both in and out patients. ,.. through which he finds Since Its opening In 1960 open house for parent of schools and industry.
out for himself O'Connor has taught eighth and CAP cadets and the genera --- -
QUESTION HOW ABOUT THE OPERATING The technique Is described ninth grade science at Cutler public, at 7 p.m. Tuesday at ------
ROOM FACILITIES. WILL THIS BE by O'Connor as "designed to Ridge Junior High. St. Faith's Episcopal: Church
let the student think along with Among the.achievements otUs Senior CAP personnel will
IMPROVED the teacher as he observes students are a project answer questions about the
ANSWER The new hospital will completely high Impact demonstrations" 'judged best at the Southeast CAP and cadet program, and S AV E
.
separate the labor.and delivery rooms from I Utterly serious about the Importance Florida Regional Science Fairas visitors will have a chance to w VI
of his
education phi well as other science fair see how classes are conducted.
the yurgicai'operating: rooms. The new hos-

pital will have 2 major operating rooms, postoperative .:
recovery rooms, immediately adjacent
and intensive care facilities for post 1OWiie > Y

surgical care in of the patients.hospital The will greatest be in improvement the-, TIME To BUY!! S300 TO S900ON

OB-labor and delivery rooms, and surgical
operating rooms. PICK UP PAYMENTS ON REPOSSESSED 50x10 ROY CRAFT .. a ALL '64 NEW RAMBLERS

QUESTION WHAT X RAY FACILITIES DO S USED TRAILERS-Practically Nothing Down-Nome Your Own Terms :z 28 AMERICANS in E

WE HAVE HAVE NOW COMING WHY ARE THAT THEY WE NEEDED DO NOT Priced To Suit Your Budget-1964 55x10 Nashua, 2 Bedroom Front 17 CLASSICS stock <

Dining Room. Early America* . See It! Love It . EspeciallyOur
ANSWER: Our present X ray facilities, while Price. Nj
considered adequate, do( not 'provide the AS LOW Al99 DOWN 36MONTHS TO PAYS

special study procedures often necessary in S% Financing Up to 8 Years To Pay
diagnostic work. Even as a small hospitalwe ,
maintain a full time certified X ray tech- SAVE.SAVE.SAYE.SAVE.SAVE.SAVE.SAVE.SAVESAVESAVE8:00 -

nican, plus a full time radiology secretaryto
handle the X ray patient load. It will be : UNDERWOOD "GOOD BUY"l1ME

necessary! to increase the personnel In the : O
new hospital about 33 %, much of this increase I '
: fc3 : am 8:0 Opm Mon. thru Sat.
will be in the para-medical areas. The
present X ray capabilities will be expandedIn : MOBILE HOMES

the new hospital with special study procedures z 0 GUY CASKEY RAMBLER CO.U
for angio-cardiograms, rnilograms,
etc. This will be the biggest contributionof 29120 S. Federal Hwy. sa. Come See Our New Arrival' 55x12 Palm S. lilt AVOCADO DR., HOMESTEAD, FLA.

new equipment and later as need and Beach by RoycraH. Really Deluxe Mobile HOMESTEAD Cl 7-1511 MIAMI 2382972I
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'God And Country'Randy s .1 k ; W4l


s .1 Social Notebookby

ft

Bridges Virginia, R. Williams = r ,.

'- F i
111111.Mrs.. J. R. Byrum of Avocado return they visited Mr Hol 1 1s

Given AwardIn Drive, k ,e,. mes' brothers In North Carolina i
has as her and Norfolk, Va, and I
IIIYIaM.-MIpI1p.M' guests this their son.In.law and daughter,
I ceremony last Sunday at week three M.Sgt. and Mra. Terry Lane
,
Trinity Methodist Church, Randy Leisure City I of her grand and family at Langley Field,
Bridget was presented the

"God and Country Award" of By Winifred Donaldson I I ICl thy children and, Con.Ka- Val 31,>a at
o o.
Boy Scouting The medal exemplifies 74043 I
silo Hatch of
devotion and service : ... .- Fort Lauder. Vacationing the past week
to God and country. with and
He Is the son of MSgt and dale and David Mr. Mrs Henry
Hit service as Methodist Mrs Charles R. Bridges! of Byrumof Meritt in their home on SW
Youth Fellowship president Lincoln Drive. Tavernier 297th Street, were their Uncle
Williams
Mrs.
church school class officer and and Aunt, Mr. and Mrs J.
Her son in law and daughter,
church usher ai well as supervised Church Dinner M. Morgan and daughter, THESE TWO lads congratulate each other for y
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A, Allen young
Jewel of
Ala.
Bible study and fulfill Birmingham, athletic awards at the Metro-
beat
the
The monthly Family Night spent several days with The Morgan's their having won
report
ment of numerous assigned covered dish dinner will be "I.. Mis. Byrum before returningto vacation "the Cutler Ridge Recreation Center of the summer pro
greatest ever.
tasks earned the award for held at Trinity Methodist Church .' Fort Lauderdale, while Mr. Morgan, who la 67, and gram. Left to right art Ricky Bntsius, ion of Mr.

Randy. Friday at 8:30 p.m. ;, oM4.t: ,; their children remained for I Mrs. Morgan who ia M, went and Mrs. Richard Britiius, 9, of Dominican Drive,

longer visit Cutler and Sandy Queen, 9, ton of Mr. and
He had worked for more than Park News ; swimming every in day Mer- Ridge,
a year under the direction. of J C 0 0 itt's pool. It was the first Mr*. Sandford Queen of Dominican Drive. (Staff

the Rev:George Dettman, 1m The free movies which have REV. JOE SMITH, pastor of Trinity Methodist Mrs. Fred Rhodes and chil- time Mrs. Morgan had ever photo by Mary Simpson)
mediate past pastor of trinity. been shown each Thursday evening worn a bathing suitS
in the park theatre will Church, Leisure City, pins the Boy Scout God and dren, Robin and Charrlie
Randy la IS and has been In be discontinued after tonight Country Award on Randy Bridget. have returned from a visit End 'Of Program

the scouting program since he "Superjet to Europe" and "1961 with Mrs Rhodes' brother. David Minnie has returnedto

Joined the cubs at 8. San Francisco Forty nlners," In.law and sister, Mr. and his home In St. Louis, Mo., I
Yin And Mrs. William D. Wilner in after visiting his mother,
the concluding features will be Metro Center
the Yang
While progressing through Shop Albany N. Y. The Wilner Mrs. Pearl Minnie NW Sec
shown at 7:30: p.m. today.
ranks from Cub to Star to Explorer
are parents of a daughter, ond Street. His wife was unable -
Scout he earned a large Winners of tournaments for Sally Dee, born July 24. to accomprny him on the
I
number of merit badges in Sets Mrs. Wilner is the former
Rummage Sale trip. Awards GivenAwards
many fields. He has been an the week ending Aug > were Joe: Janice Lee, daughter of Mrs.
Bill Messner. archery:
for three and S 0 0
explorer years -
Curtis E. Lee, Hainlin Drive.
was a member of Post 444, Pont, gin; Cecil Mason, chess; By MARY SIMPSONThe -ppppNlpNMMNNpI' W wwpillllpp W pppMMp111'pp Mrs. Bob Braswell, who and performances, sportsmanship; Jim Creasmin
Mar ,
checkers
Ruby Messner ; o *
Homestead Air Force Base spent a week with her mother, the culmination of a summer s cooperation; Fuzzy Keller, best
and Tom Bentson
celle Nony Yin
and
It chartered Yang Thrift Perrine two Mrs. Homer
when was House guests the past Sullivan NW athlete, Richard
Clark Can program, were presented Friday Matthews,
bocci hog
of
; Henry ; Shop Christ Congregational
f weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Shel- Second Street, has returnedto
Metro most Improved, and Doug
night at Cutler Ridge Brod-
He has served as representative Cochran, croquet Fred
dy ; Church will hold a
rummage Phone: CE 5-8531 don Coberly, SW Second her home in Thomaaville,
before head, batting champion of
Recreation Center
an the
from District 11 to the Kline, shuffleboard; Sal Mas- sale tomorrow and Saturday I IF.rtltry'
Dade Youth Council since its sinello, pinochle; Ella Jordan at 490 Perrine Avenue. Mr.Street and, Florida Mrs. Thomas City, were E. Ga. audience of families and frl Softball league

inception. He Is now registered and Jim Chocran, horseshoes will C 0 0 ends.
canasta The sale be from 10 a.m. Tatako and three children, Steve Bennett, Jim and Alan

as a Lone Scout to 8 p.m. Friday and from 10 W, E. Barbot Informationand twins Lorle and Eric 2, and Mrs. L. Wainwright Ernst Mary Key Simpson presented Creasman were given a special

Last summer be was selected Personal Mention am to 8 p.m. Saturday education officer of the Mark 10. Mrs. Yatsko is the and Mrs. Norman Ernst and a tap dance solo. Instructor word of thanks for helping

for staff duty as crafts instructor Family Picnic Florida Board! of Forestry, will former Judy A. Coberly. children, Norman Jr., Vickie Mrs. Yvonne Evans presentedthe backstage during the awards
at Camp Scoring Again this MSgt and Mrs Charles R. The Woman's Society of Chris speak to the South Dade Optimist and Valerie have returned shortie and junior girls in program
year he was chosen to serve as Bridges and son, Randy of Lincoln tlan Doctrine of the Perrine Junior Conservation Clubat .0. from a vacation in Illinois. an exhibition of baton twirling .
and Mrs. Harold Gregory They visited Mrs Henry E. Awards for the short!* girls
have been visiting Mr.
counselor. His waterfront duty Drive, Peters Methodist Church will 7 p.m. Friday at the Optimist .
includes swimming and boatIng friends in Leisure City for the have a family picnic at Ma- Hall on Perrine Avenue. and sons, Dale and Tim- Nelch in Springfield After a group were presented to Candy
NW Avenue, two week visit Mrs Norman Short! boys and girls, led Williams, sportsmanship; Jane
past few days Mrs. Bridges, othy of Eighth
a natural for Randy, as his theson Hammock. Those planning Any boys Interested in a forestry
two Ernst and Norman and Val Mrs. Sherrill. Miss Burr and Peggy Boller, attendance
better known as Laura in Lei have returned from a by Mary
Lake
small sailboat on Leisure to go will meet at the career are invited to attend
week vacation motor trip. erie returned to Homestead.I Johnsie Nabors and Edward ; Pamela Bryson, most
City and formerly the correspondent
has been a familiar site to residents sure church at 10 a.m.Palmetto. this meeting to learn about
for the past four years for the area with Club the details of the job. They visited in the Greet Mrs. L. W. Ernst and granddaughter Carlton demonstrated their improved.
this newspaper has spent the The Palmetto Country Club Smokey Mountains, relatives Vickie stopped in square dancing ability The Awards for special points

Randy completed his junior summer in St. Petersburg, her, will hold a party bridge night Personal Mention v In Huntington, Charlestonand Chicago for a week's visit shorty girls Instructed by Mrs were received by Peggy Da-

year at South Dade High Schoolin hometown, with relatives. Saturday. The evening will begin Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lockwoodof Logan W. Va., and visited with Mr. and Mra. Robert Madge Noble, gave a clown vitt, Amy Ilitchlngs, Laura
June He was an active band of interest en route. Blodgett before returning dance. Scheneider, Marilyn Adler, JoAnne
Sgt Bridges has just returned with dinner from 6 to 7:30 Ridgeland Drive, WhisperingPines places home. Davitt and Diane Win-
In the
member. He played from a tour of duty in Thule p.m., followed by the bridge and their two children, C e e An exhibition of tumbling by

marching band, trio.dance He band was Greenland. party from I to 11 p.m. Kevin and Amy, have returned Mr. and Mrs. Reid Holmes e the junior girls led by Mrs ton.The Jirolor girls awards went
and the
trumpet
also member of Spanish National They left early this week fora I from a vacation to Pittsburgh, of Farmlife Road, are home Mrs. Michael (Eleanor) Sandra Stearns and center director to Kathy Burr, Babs Cappetta
a week's visit with Bridges'parents For Tuesday the club has arranged Pa. from a two month vacation Prehodka and two children, Mrs Mabel Ortiz was and Linda Nason for attendance .
Honor Society.
in Atlanta, Ga From for a "Theatre Night trip. Accompanied by Mrs. Sandra and Michael of South followed by junior boys wrestling ; Eliizabeth Dean Diane
In his spare time he pursueshis 'there they will travel to New at Studio M. The play will be Mr and Mrs William Wilcox Aston Stewart of Henrietta, Plainfield, N. J., have arrived taught by Paul Schreiber Hill and Donna Whetzel sports-

hobby as an amateur radio York for a visit to tht World'sFair. Rodgers and llammerstein of SW 187th Street, South Miami Okla., Mrs Holmes' sister, for a month's visit with Two dances by junior girls manship; Donna Whetzel, Lucy
operator. He is a member of On Au,. 28 they will sail "Me' and Juliet" Heights, and their two who spent several months Mrs. Prehodka's parents, Mr. completed the performances Stoppiello and Lynne Linett

the Everglades Amateur Radio aboard the S. S. America for The evening will begin at ( sons, William Jr. and Robert here, they motored to Lau- and Mrs. Jess Dayton at their cooperation; Sandra Kress and

Club of Homestead and was recently Europe. Bridges will begin a with dinner at the club, followed have returned from Pittsburgh, rens, S. C., and were accompanied home on Naranja Road in Leisure Awards to toe sherry boys Linda Nason most improved,
accepted into MARS tour of duty soon at SembackAir by curtain call at 1:30: Pa., where they attended Mr. from there to Oklahoma City. were given for best sport, Ralph and Lucy Stoppiello, best ath
membership. Base Germany. I pm Wilcox'a father's funeral. by Mr. Holmes' other sister Wainwright and Roy Bohr; best .
e 0 .
athlete Sandy Queen and Ricky lete.A
Miss Catherine Holmes special trophy for
Mr. and cooperation
Jack of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Britzlus; most improved
Murphy, son
visited relatives in Hen-
They Lohmar was presented to Mary
Mrs. James Murphy of Eagle letta and Stillwater, Olka., were called to Ferguson Joey DeLuccia and Chuck Con 'Sherrill from the direc
center
WHY PAY HIGH TAXES ? Next Road. Cutler Ridge, has md western Texas. On their Mo., by the sudden nolley.A .
returned home alter being discharged death of his father, Alex special award for cooperation tor.Trophies
from the Lohmar, who fell :from a was presented to James I for the award eight
Army. He re-
WHY PAY 30 YRS. FOR A HOUSE-PAY ONLY I cently returned from Viet Nam InterAmericanaPicnic ladder and died from result Sherrill, a junior leader. were donated by the Cutler
of the injuries. Mrs. Lohmar Ridge Youth Association.
7 YRS. FOR YOUR MOBILE HOME where he served as a paratrooper Junior boys awards were pre.
with the Fifth Special Forces returned Tuesday and Mr. sented to Steve Indianer, at
Troop. Planned"Aqul Lohmar will return Sunday. tendance; Junes Buckley,


SEE OUR NEW 12'50x12 Se Habla ;'' 11 W IpppMlN,W plppypp plpplplp W Np/ppIMNN/plyppyyNNypNIpNNNNNNNYMNNNNpNNNNNINIMI1p11"IIpW/, .
COME Emanuel Abraben of SW 88th Espanol 'I/S

Court Whispering Pines, Is and "also English," will be the

busy revising the galley proofsof keynote at Crandon Park Sun. Monkey Killed ..
MANATEE by Champion 2 bedroom his book, "Resort Hotels day, when Atlanta Inter-Amert ;

Their Planning and Maintenan cane holds its annual picnic.

Early American. Central Air ConditioningMost I ce," which will be on the mar i executive .
ket around November.Mrs. Alianza vice presIdent Some ProtestA

Trailer For The MoneyFor Abraben and her sons; George Milhet says more Cm/ comet ptamlHf eat emit
left for than 400 members and guests AH awe of-J
$5 6 9 5 Reeve and Keith, have
The Low, Low Price at Only Washington, D. C., where they will be on hand for the fun small brown 1. He hot*this rob to "The VfcInlon
.
will spend three weeks visiting and games."And monkey loose on a rooftop In Leisure (
City Sunday met death from lee J. Coblt. Deug McClure
Mrs Abraben'a brother and his there won't be any a poison dispatched from a
Best Of Terms James
sheriffs Drury.
deputv blov'gun.
family Milhet, "just
speeches, says 2. Stan In rerun, "One Day h

Best Bank Rate Financing Jt Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sandersof food and fun." The Incident aroused protests from neighbors, one the lift of bon exhorted.
Jackie
Perrine spent a few days in Allanza Inter Americana Is of whom charged killing the monkey was "plain darn Cooper Jackie Peels

where Mr. Sanders attended headed by J. N. MacArthurand cruelty"Linl JairniRobanlijJr.
Salest Tampa,
HOMESTEAD Trailer an Optimist convention. la devoted tfc festering social 3.bauador Volatile nbl leader" In "Ai,..
!"tof the at larg.
He went representative of cultural and economic ties neighbors felt there was no reason to
as ,
29001 S. Fed. Hwy., Wendell Morris, Mgr. 247-3633 the animal! lee J. Cobb. Peter Folk.
the South Dade Optimist Club, between the United States and they could have tranquillized it" said Richard Chamberlain.

of which he is president. Latin America Mrs. Joseph Desbres of 13325: SW 298 Terrace Wednesday ... Ky character h now dayrim

Mrs. Desbres was drama. "Anathor World"
among witnesses when the Metro
Kelley Green. teen Ames.
officer shot the animal with
a lethal dose of
curare lean Jo..n.,.

The monkey whose 5. Two aN NBC ROWS cermpomlnts -
,
owner Is
unknown turned
up on .
WE ARE OPEN! the rooftop of a house behind the Desbres
FOR THE 19M-65 SEASONWITH 297th Avenue. residence, on Idwln Newman.Vanocvr.John Carson.Sanclar .


Youngsters In the neighborhood had tried unsucces

sfully to capture it before the deputies took over. 'UD, 'u- I cone Apia
COMPLETE LINE OF FERTILIZERS, -1:"M.A! ouii| .uei-C L eysis*
"After It wa shot I asked the
man if It was necessary 4uMbuj-r 4Jedn110:"

INSECTICIDES, FUNGICIDES AND SEEDS --l: to kill the monkey," related Mrs. Desbres. UOtUMN '"OOUVI 'Awue f
t
The reply she got, she added was that It was better | oooXjfug tSMMSNVIYWY

;. that the animal be deal than that someone should have to

,- ,.Y have rabies shot

1 AttANiIC They could have tranquillized It and then captured '
DOLLAR HLn',
I' it," she maintained.

.An clng .. Curare is sometimes used in smaller doses as a I Ion4 YIUf iI utiaMTI .

tI 0 ut& fERTILIZER ,, ; tranquilber, but according to Mrs Desbres the deputy jf LOHIDA riOMEC

OPERATION OF A NEW told her he estimated the monkeys weight then used a _USrUM.'

FOHMATION PESTICIDE SALES : dose for double that weight to shoot into the animal. *.. IIIf. H r a } fla. I
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Legal Notice 7 Lost & Found 13 Mole Help Wonted I 21 Specie! Service I

Let's! I I
LOST In Cutler Ridge, part DRIVER salesmin some sales ELECTROLUX ssles & service
NOTICE LEGAL UNDER NOTICE FICTITIOUS!: Beagle, female. Carrying background preferred. Excellent F. E. Shaw 513 NW Oth ct..
l NAME LAW Orange County license. CE position with local firm. Homestead CI 7-5972.

Nolle I. hereby .1... that thinderelrned. 82901. Perrine Employment Agency,
dnlrlnt to ....a.. to 482 Perrine Ave. CE 82341. HEAVY duty tractor & disk
bilsln.is under th* fictitious1 name WATER.SKI lost at Naranja service D. G. Peebles CI 7-
of Mr. Bruce Llihtlnf. at I1IT1 'W Rock Pit. CI 74394. 4401.
CLASSIFIED INSURANCE debit, well eatab-
IS FOR 20Rth Drive, P.rrln., D.d. County
Florid., Inland to r.Bl.ter Mid lished sub-standard. Splendid LAWN mowing Homestead

BT LINDA. NORRISDtnni Court isme with of Did th.* ilerk County of Florid.th. Clnult/. 12 Femole Help Wonted Above opportunity average for earnings right man.to area. Evenings CI 72829.

Lyna follows her hi Owner psych B: KANK start This Is an ad worth LAWNS fertilized edged,
Boyfriend Got a Beat MILDRED BANE BARMAID, experienced I Caribbean looking into. Call NE 4.6818. mowed machine swept, I
Haircut (let's face it, the Beitle' July/ U. 101 t Am. S, II l. 4.TALLAHASKKK. Club, Key : miles hedges trimmed! trees topped
are THE record news of the year) :. FLORIDA S. Homestead Pone 852- INTERVIEW for subsidize & removed sprinkler systems
Java Jones, 9001. sales position. Prefer college, repsir ed. Sand top lOll
ml her latest single, NOT I C K
NOTICE I I. krby Elton that th* religious affiliations, married & gravel hauled and IpreadMIMEOGRAPHING.
with in album by the same name '.ru..... of tb. Internal Itnprov- COOK, experienced, good pay, over 23 must I be if sired. CE 9-7328.
her
-her first for Capitol ..For 1,.nl Fund at the 8tt of Florid. living quarters
lavs.Haircut album Donna sing In mratlna In the Board Room of ::naur'GU: ': Fishing permanent n hive Guaranteed
employed, must
a number of current hits (Bonnie the In. Governor1..,h dul.d Office for ,lOillO C.pltol, A.Build M Camp Jewfish Creek, Key Call 667.733S for appolnmcnt ca t I top quality work prompt
and Our Day Will Come) and some (E.S.T.1 on gptmbr Itb. ll.4. Largo 8329767.: to take our aptitude: : ex- service & most reasonable
Settle-flavored favorites (RollOver will consider application madft by amination. Ask for Mr. Sidney. rates Roy Haynes CI 73994.
Beethoven, My Bonnie and I Msrshon Sawyer Johnston. Dun. COLORED Need lobs? Maids
wody, Mrhrtens ('nl.) 1(00 First NEED a maid? Cleaning Ironing
Had a Dream That I Wu a Nstl' Bunk Bid) !., Ml.ml Florid., live-ina, days work etc.Come MAN to work on poultry farm. babysitting, full, time
Beatle) Donna's career began .9 nbehalf of Joseph Art.. *t UKTor ready to work. Perrine. 20001 S. W. 248th St. CI 7- time live-in live-out. ,
part No
with a Broadway musical Christine C purchases of the following de..crth.d -; Employment Agency 482 7429.
fees to you. Carefully scr end -
lend to.wlttFill
Perrine Ave. Ceo-
Which starred Maureen Shopping
No. llt0-hI.nII.I2 with references. Perrine
I SERVICE station attendant
O'Hara. and since that time she A parcel of ubmried land In ter. CE 82341. Employment Agency, 482
has cone on to over 110 shows asa Si...rno Bsy In Section 7, must be married Salary and Perrine Ave Shopping Cen.
Township IT South, Ring 41 DENTAL assistant trainee commission, references. Che
single set variety performer. fool. City of Island! Did attractive, excellent ter. CE 8-2341.
young
In addition to the theatre, County Florid*, lyinc westerly opportunity for the right I ie Shell Service 30400 S. Federal .
girPerrine
Donna has also found time for of end shutting the South 500.25 Hwy. CI 76636. POST HOLES- hrubs. fences
Employment, 482
feet of Government Lot I of
clothes lines & drains. Orin
nIght club appearances and she Perrine Ave, CE 82341.
Hid Section T eontalnlnt lit
holds the distinction of being the .rrs.. nor or I.... TRUCK Drivers, excellent positions Smith, 321 NW 9 Ave. CI 7-
performer to have end will consider abjection lhrt. EXPERIENCED seamstress with local firm A fine 6267.

played youngest the 800 club In Atlantic .Objection.Id I.nd .hould to the be proposed submitted sole to the ot wanted. Apply in person i opportunity.Agency Perrine, 482 Employment Perrin SEWING MACHINE repairs.

i&i: iiI a City teenager, Although are more her than credits some a. Thief Internal Endneer Improvement Trustee Fund of Elliot tho CI Building 7.0473 494 before HAFB.7:30 a or m.call or Ave. Shopping Center. CE 8- Free checkups or all makes.

entire Bundlnl. Tallahasse. Forlds. prithe after 6:30( p.m.EXPERIENCED 2341. :35-yrs. experience. 1-yr. free
in
performers get an too dt first shove mention*d. service on all repairs. C. J.
career the talented young lady; Th. Trust..* _.rv* the rlfhtJ to waitresses ov. WANTED man to assist In Dallier, CI 71629.
lifetime of .ollee to male ssl. >f any or .n parts department. between
believes ihe still has a Apply
of ..,d land. Th. "'.. If end when I er 21. Apply Roma Restaurant i i TREES trimmed
Show 75. 1050 N. Federal topped, re
of her. .
learning ahead m.d. .h.11 b* tubject to th* Trn. 645 N. Krome, Florid
Business, she says Is just like tee. ......Inor unto them.. ..* Tl1%" City. Hwy., Homestead moved. Real., reliable exper.
school day learn something of th* phosphsb, mineral and ...t- Dynamiting CI J-4028.
every you
.1. and 10% of tho petroleum thereon FASHION director for new WHITE Service Station atten-
new and you never know or thereunder. Purchaser Is b.uir.d fall jewelry. Top conunlsion dants. Middle aged, permanent 22 Insurance
It all. to pay for or furnish' doo.
Although :Blues With a Touch am.n.*... tax .....". for the is.arumnt Part or full time PL resident. Apply Direct
Oil, Homestead and Goulds
ot ..n..,..... 41337.
of Elegance Is Only Matthews'first BY ORDER of tho Trustee* of the INSURANCE Problema?? For
IP of his own for Capitol, nternal Improvmnt Fund of tho HOWARD Apply YOUNG mechanic, high school all\ kinds of insurance programs .
the talented piantst-arranger-com- Stab of Florida 9II. -:sJfrnn': is sluft. education or better familiar annuities & health Insurance
peter is no stranger to the recording FARRIS BRYANTGoTsrnor with packing house machinery 1 call Joe SUngone

studios Prior to Blues A tint| RECEPTIONIST ..typist, part ability to veld. CI 7.2335or CI 74999. Prudential Agent.
With a Touch of Elegance Onzy W. R. KIDD Chief Engineer/ time and full time good op American Conveyer Corp.
Tnisti I. L Fund portunity. Perrine Employ. PRUDENTIAL Insurance: Life
and his big band backed Blues Pub. Am. I, U. tO, IT. 1I1e. ment Agency, 482 Perrin 3 TRACTOR Mechanics experienced Education, family, retirementand
singer ton Rawls on two albums Ave. Shopping Center, CE 8- only. Contact Arthur estate, consultant. Call
Black and Blue and Tobacco Road 2341. Tibbetts or :Robert Moyer at Joe Kavanaugh, CE 5-7868.
: i His performance as arranger PHONE YOURCLASSIFIED Growers Equipment Co. 15!
IF YOQ"BUY"I SELL TRADE'HIR'E l OR RENTWANT : conductor on both IP's earned SECRETARY; general officexperienced. e S Flaglf Avf. Ilomejesd.r i 25
) -Mj-pr: ae-from music critics... Light bookkeelog I Home Builders

Said Playboy, Onzy Matthews AD, fine opportunity. 15 Work Wonted-Female & Repairmen
wild driving band keeps things\ Tine Employment Agency,

percolating behind Bawls. 482 Perrlna Ave. Shopping CHILD care my home, hour I AAA Construction or additions.
HOMESTEAD CI 7.2321 I Center. CE 82341.
day or week infants up. CI Call Wally Keirstead a 7-
Notice PERRINE CE 8-3393 SINGLE woman over 40! 79489. 3808.

Legal 3 lines 1 day . .1.10 (white)of good character to house.work live HOUSEWORK, full time or ADDITIONS, remodeling and
one family. Light
as
3 lines 2 days . 1.31 salary and board CI days no cooking CI 7-3042 new construction of all types
by licensed and Insured
RENTED I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 3 lines 4 doy . .2.15! 7-5600. Annie Johnson. tractor. CE 5-3895. con
lAW
IT I :NOTICE NAME IS HLREBT GIVEN 3 lines Month . 4.30 TWO Barmaids Driftwood Bar RELIABLE babysitting, my

I .that.....the In undersigned business under dselrlng the, fta u One Doy-$1.00 Minimum & Restaurant 353 N. Flag. home. References CE 5-445 FRANK insured.Delk Painting Workmanship licensedand

THROUGH THE >\ tits,,' ..m. .f Lincoln Medics ((2 Lines) ler Ave. Apply in person between WILL care for children in my guaranteed. CI 72257.
Rulldlnl .t ass Lincoln Road Moll, 11 am, & 5 pm. No home for working! mother.
/ MI.ml Beach Florid.with Intends th. ()'lerkol to ASH RATES APPLY DURING phone calls.WAITRESSES. CI 76653. FIRST quality painting Interior
rtvlsur .Id moms
N WANT ADS ADS the Florid.Circuit' Court ol Dad Coun DISCOUNT PERIOD bust be experienced l' YEAR old Mother's helper, perlence.or exterior Insured.17-yean Free esti-ex.
and
Cards of Thanks
Fulton D...lupmnt C.rp with local references Saturdays. CE 5-4393 mates. CI 7-6220.
o Florid. Corporation Memory verses-$2.0010 Lines All shifts available. Apply
f Hoi Ownsr Cutler Ridge Lanes Restau 16 Work Wonted-Mole I HOUSE painting .
pCpNC PULL! J David llebmenAttorne unit four avarag* words pr II.. rant. reliable, for free estimate
fur Al>pllcsnt dvartletnr I I. a prrellea which DlU.tb.
I Hommtsiil Florid. protested arstnst ml..... W* moon NEED job bad. Hauling trash I 0-8289 or CE 8. 1867.
Am. S. IS SO. 111! Sept. S. 1114 the debt to edit ala..If,.. Seder WAITRESS, experienced over or anylthlng. Have 1964 2
restrict abbreviations or react 21. Apply Shiver's BarBQ ton stake truck: CI 78282 McMICHAEL A SON painting.
ORDINANCE LEGAL NOTICE NO. *3.04-4 any or all adv tl.laor not see.- US 1, 3 miles north of Home anytime Work guaranteed, licensed
.
ei.t.nt with the pollel.s l this p.
AN ORDINANCE RFOUl.ATINO stead. and Insured. CI 7-1844.
t The PARKING AND PLACING Of 18-A Klndegartens
INCAPACITATED MOTOR VERI. per.We will set be r..lb" for m_, WHITE ladies for telephone PAINTING. Licensed, Insured.
n.tt ON rumic AND PRIVATFPROFERTY CITY tto.. wo rw.rr.et I.rtlos.DEADLINES lurvey. Over age 21. Call C I[ LITTLE rrlends Kindergarten I. Neat and clean work. :Buford
WITHIN THE 7.3708 from 10 a.m. till 1 2 Cutler Ridge Baptist Churc

,. ., ..... or FOB A HOMESTEAD PENALTY I FOR PR THe VIDING VIOLATION Sunder E..ltloIO .... FrMeyTbured.y noon, Monday through Fr. now accepting reservationfor s Adams, CI 73969.

HEREOF: AND REPEAL. EdlUo10 *... w.... day. the fall ces>ioiu. train- SCREENS, Ia ,
INO ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTIOF ed workers, fenced play- repaired
ORDINANCES IN CONFUCI YOUNG lady for soda fountain I ground. music classes, re. porches, s. CE

HEIIEWITH. 3 to 930.: Apply 24 N freshmenU daily, bus trans
BE IT ORDAINED: BY THE CITY j
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 1 Announcements Krome. I portation provided. For in,: 37 Broke.. in Real Estate
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA formation call CE 80754.
t From and .ft.r the ,
I
idnptlnn Section of till ......In.n... It shall IF THI LAST four numbers of 13 Mole Help Wonted MT. Olive Lutheran Kindergarten -SUBURBAN Realty Bill,
unlawful for any person or persons number is the Rein/. Realtor 29343 King
os your telephone registration Aug./ 20
WANT { eorporatlim to park man Rd. Leisure) City. CI 73453 -
firm or
e I HIRED IT or else. any .....cton.d or mechanically isms ss one of our lucky BARTENDER ht work. 8 a.m. thru 12 a.m. PhoneCE or CB! 8-14M.
Incapacitated motor ..' numbers call CI 7-2321 for require : 8.(11I119.
References Holiday,
..rprase free movie tickets to I
puhlls
hlcle or vhiel..n.nF your 38-A Investment
Florida. '
ADS property within Ih. C/tF/ of the Palms Theatre or Breeze. Inn Homestead 19 Music'DoncingDromaUlTAR
.
Homntasd or allow th* .m. to Properties
THROUGH THE ... parked, placed or allows to r.o.mol. way Drive-In Theatre. CARRIER Boys Immediate
Piano and Accordion
withln.Id. for carrier boys In
private property openings
on lessons Mr. Helger. Pianos A LARGE duplex on Avocado<<
...
all Call Circulation
PACK ofyb.Udine. orrwithlna.edn.. 1-A Personal. aress 7-2321. tuned. CI 3442.. I Dr.:1: bedroom, 1-bath each
CI
... ...!ls of sufficient helKbth hi such Dept.. side $3500 down and only
ADS to prevent oh..rv*tlonet PIANO, ORGAN, Guitar les $17500 total.
mentor as ELDERLY lady wants to share CHRISTIAN man for church South Dixie
.djoln.
soh/rl.a from .
Inc .hlrl.publl or or prlvat. prop.ttF.soctin. furnished. 3 bedroom homeIn custodian, full time employ sons. House of Melody Dade.land Realty, CE 8.1616.

POWER WANT S. Any person wnyietedflolatln. Pleasure Village. ED 6S4T5 ment good salary must have MO 7H427 Shopping. Center. Miami LARGE 2 bedroom duplex.
of the ," "
,
any shsll b. "u"d '"". references. Call CI 7-1662 for Owner must sell. One side
ot this ordlnsnc. .. appointment. rented at $70 a month. Other
by a fins not t *-d Fl' 21 Special Services'
4 Coin Collectors
Del *r. 0r b? side will be available Au,.
K."nm.nt l"i tsrm not to.... ARABLE A & E mechanic for ADDING MACHINE 15th. Bargain at $12,500.
.. .i.t,. UOI dar. *' both Cessna and other Small Air.craft -
.d Ea terms Call CI .
y 7-1403.
such fins or Imprlsonmsnt, In the A COMPLETI service for coin Homestead area Cl 8. Typewriters, new, used, re.
dliertlnn of tho Court. collectors .Investment lots, CI 7-3424. built. Bought, sold, rented.Authorized WANT to own a grocery store?
Section S. All ..dl...... herewith or parts singles rolls, proof sets, gold 0222 evenings I Remington I Salesservice Have a building on US I,

of srdlnsnce ho-oh ..._In '.conflict.. & supplies. Homestead Coin supplies. S Dade Office Goulds. Perfect spot for
j' 0(1 ors PU'ED! AND ADOPTED. this Exchange 1338 N. Krome PHONI Circle 7-2321 Machines 7t N store similar to '7-11 next to
I. Ith dsy of M.,. 1M Tel. 248-0612. Ore 10 to 6 Krome Ave. Cf Repair trailer camp. CI 7-2951. Box
HILL DICKINSON except Sunday. THEY BRING RESULTS! all makes. 632. Goulds.
: President City Council
OIl : ATTEIT.
1irNtrn A. E. CAMPBELL .
CIt" Clerk
} APPROVED thl. 20t d.F 01

June.Aor. iaen.
RICHARD I CONI.EYM.rnr

.. It. 10. 50. 1IS4. I

LEGAL NOTICE WantedIn
\ Boy
BTORB Km LEASE"Th : Paper
Hnueins Authority of the I
City of Homsetosd I* hereby. Inrltlnc -i
rntl
sealed bid. t* .o..r
I.so. of Commissary local. *t
I
Labor Camp.
Hnm..t..danFlorid.. for a period
I .f two II) years, b.alnnlnr Octe.
her I. Ill tbrouab tleptember 10,
14*. Bid. must b* l. th. Offlc* '


.M...... I o Iota!susie fine r'ryrri-J.v4t-h.Tr.h.Hr"'LV.n''r'dT.r.ml.r.S Clock Authority' Noon net *lat n r .r.I haa'I'. '' Your Neighborhood!



I Eawutlv: Director
I Aall. 11. 10. 17. 15a4.

LEGAL NOTICE Because of the expanding circulation of our paper we have op.nings for ambitious
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S !COUItT,.
H IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, boys aged 12 to 16 to handle a morning paper Route in this area for THE NEWS
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE I
fIlca II.* RKl Lstst of No SSIS1AAMUKL I II LEADER.
tr HYMAN COHEN
Deresserf II

To NOTICE All Creditor TO CREDITORS and All Parsons NEWS LEADER boys make excellent earnings for working just a short time each
I .. D.msods Aialnst"r
Claims
H.I. er
.....t.t.r.ro hereby .otirM end ro.r .11 Thursday and Sunday morning. They learn business training methods, learn how to

r emends vied to which.d you may hav ...I..t meet p.opl.'how to handle money, and also how to accept responsibility.

I he ..tat* of SAMUEL HYMAN

ouaty.COHEN. Florlds.d...as.d' to lat the of Count D.d.I During the year the boys have many opportunities to win trips, prizes, etc., by gettingnew

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CI .2321 the udars mm*, *of In Dad dupllcat/ County* and and a* pro-file I II customers on their routes. Many Boys agree that the fun and adventure on these
I rlded In Section 7IS,H. Floridaat.t0b |
Courthouse In bile In attires Dad hi Cons-tb.County .I II carrier sightseeing trips are more important to them than the actual money they earn

ts. Florida. within ala ,.knd r from the route itself.
months from th* time of tot firs'tubllHtlon
I hereof, .r the sen
will b* barred

I 1th Dated day at of A.Miami...... A Florida D. IIU.I .this

I: EDWARD As L.Administrator BRANAM For Information On A Route For Your BoyPHONE

First publication of this notln ..
th* llth day '" 1144.YLVESTER .

CE 8.33 93 I ::II-r'Z..u.; : P.:: 1D"A

Hom.et..d. Florida
I Aa,. II. SS 171 Sept .. Iced The News LeaderCIRCULATION


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USE AND READ THE NEWS LEADER WANT-ADS ',
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BUYING'

PROSPECTS FOR LONGER NEEDED ITEMS AROUND THE


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Trailer Homes 48 Hornet For Rent
47-C
: 39 Farms I. Loud Per Sate l 40 Homes For Sale 40-A Homes For SolePerrineCutlerS.M.H. 41 Lot For Salt 47 Apartment For Rant 4lApaetment Homestead For Are.Rent For Rent Homestead Area

Homestead Area Homestead Area

IY OWNER, 10 or 20 acre 'CORNER lot, SW Oth Avenu SUMMER Rates 1 4 2.bedroom bedroom
bedroom SMALL 1 house fur-
,
I AIR conditioned, 1
I lO'ovP. $22\0:\ arN' n 7.52711., NEW custom built home. 3 bedroom ONLY $800 down buys 3 bed and SW Sth. Ct. cash or ealY FURNISHED, large 1 bedroom apartments furnished adult section CI 72986. nished. Couple preferred. 675
room, 2 bath home In Palmetto terms WA 2-7244.
DeCarlo Construction
unfurnished. -
2 baths ol with screenecporch. IL
on acre apartment NW 1 St., Florida City CI 7-
Club Estates
39-B Acreage pine trees. CI 7-6841. No Country Call South LOTS zone B-l, $1000 each) By week or month. CI Corp., 26701 SW LARGE, new, 2 bedroom, furnished 3453:
qualifying. W. 9 St. Span 137th Av, Naranja. CI 7.
7-1880. 190 N.
part or completely'
POOL patio home with 4 bedrooms ., Dade Realty, Inc. 16784 S Valencia Realty, CI 7-3993; Apartments. 6447 or a 78570. Adults only $75 per :month: SMALL 3 room furnished cabinto
SEE me about Country Acreage Dixie Hwy CE 5-3131.
2 baths and all dec lots In CI 7-11808. retired persons or
TWO Freds Addition Oasis Trailer Park, couple
Hwy. property etc. Ale- Inc kitchen. On 01 acre in FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart THE OLD Homestead rooms $35 a month. CI 74050 In.
OUTSTANDING ,
value, 3 bed Call CI 7-3378.
tha M. Campbell, Reg Re Melody Manor. Close to high ment. $63 a month. Well and apartments $8 weekly; 1 A 2 bedroom furnished trailer cated in rear of 1021 NE
F.t lIt> Broker CI 7-3950 school and Avocado Elementary. lot room, ,screened Itt bath Florida 100x100 Ft.: 100 foot z 300 foot deep onUS Home Rentals, CI 8-0255.: and up. Center of town, off: Homestead Trailer Parka 5 Ave.
room street parking. 34 SW 1st I
CaU Mary Hoffman a Hey 1 asking $17.900
,
40 Hornet For Sal outdoor patio, and 7- 4021.
apart
refrigerator bedroom

FURNISHED 1 St CI 74318.UNFURNISHED.
1-BEDROOM furnished
7-7221, evenIng CI 7-7369 low lI'fce: Kay-Lowy, Inc., 20456: S. Dlxi I apart
Homestead Area The Co. 220 N. KromeRealtor's ment. CI 80094.FURNISHED ment $60 2-b'droom
lfs'/5 Hwy., CE 8-5803. Open Sun ; duplex
meat, no closing cost 3 bedroom 2
Homestead. SW 185th: St. dav 1-bedroom apartment bath, duplex apartment near 47-( Farmland For Rent I $75: ; bedroom.. bath hoe
$100. Dickinson
ATTENTION newly assigned SWIMMING POOL 5-bedrm., with utilities. $70 monthly air base 14473 SW 268th St. Realty, 51
44 Exchenge-Reol Estate NW 14th St. CI 75534.:
Personnel let OWNER being transferredmust ARVIDA all types
MiliUry : ui 2-bath on acre & a quarter Orange Park Apartments, Nartnja, NE 56980.UNFURNISHED Corporation
help you get settled, we are Sell trade One mile from sell, 3 bedroom, 2 bath Palm of farmland. 5 to 5000 acres 1 BEDROOM country home
or Silver
level TRADE equity 3 bedroom N. Krome Ave. It on
split bedroom du
no qualifying 8-
outside the hospital land has wells. CE
located Most
just I
Redlands Elementary on 2 bath, Cutler Ridgefor ; 1 2'. acre tract, CBS furnished.
-
garage
small down 12230 Dr. stove air
gate to HAFB. isle payment. plex. refrigerator 2202. Or CI 74521.
Newton Rd. Owner CE 1-3711 Knotty pine living
SW 191st Ter. CE 5-4391. good car, trailer, boat or conditioned place for washer room
rentals available for Immed or FR 3-3304. __ vacant land. CI 72103. FURNISHED bedroom apartment $85 month. 951: NW Sri Ave. VARIOUS size tracts, marl or. $70. Near Rt. 1, 5 miles from
late occupancy. Carnine-Coop- QUICK bargain by owner cooking gas and water rock. Some wells. John F.I. base. CE 58350.1BEDROOM .
CI 1-<<:1I3.
er Realty, Brokers, 336-2812 2 bedroom CBS home near Ne SI .OOO $450 down. Large WILL sell or trade equity In furnished. car shelter $63 Realtor. CI 7-1906.
or CE 5-4001. va King Cooper Elementary corner lot 3 bedroom, 2 bath 3 bedroom CBS home for 10 month. Adults. 143 N. Flag UNFURNISHED 3'4 rooms _Kuhn. Sr.. furnished houseon
Tile roof. Only $8600., $300 large Ela& room. Near wide house trailer. Ct 7 9388. ler Me.FURNISHED. good location. 505 NW 6th St. 20 ACRES high pmeland, eec private estate 3 miles
ABOUT -mll. north of So down, $49.34, P&I Call Vince schools and churches. 9740Montego ned year land CI 77481 I north of Naranja. No chi!
Dade High School New cus Chilla at CI 7-7221. The Key Bay Drive. 238-4423. 46 For Solo or Rent apartment $60 CI 7-3031. evenings CI 7-0614, dren. no pets, $73 month. CI
torn built S bedroom 2 bath es Co.. 220 N.: Krome, Real utilities included. Naranja ask for Tony.UNFURNISHED. 48 Homes For Rent '7-4481.

central heat, patio. garage tor's. Homestead. I SAVE $2000, move in ready for FINE large 2300 Iq. ft. houle' CI 7-7477 after 5 p.m. 2 bedroom a- Homestead Area I
suitable for 1 2 families 2 BEDROOM CBS
or unfurnished
on %-ecre. 19500. $1200 school. 3 bedroom. 2 bath, 'I
and assume mortgage. CI 7. 2'4 ACRE tract with 1 bedroom ,I' patio, carport range & awnings 1 or 2.acre lot. Price $10," FURNISHED 1 & 2-bedroom partment. Stove and refri close-in, $80 month. If. C.
2
2844. 'CBS. furnished house. In beautiful Bel-Air. No 000. Term. to suit. Or rent I II apartments. No pots, adults gerator. 2 miles from base. BEAUTIFUL newly decorated Jessee Realtor CI '7-2611.

10500. CE 53359.I : II closing costs. Geo. Anzelmo, I $125 wI option to buy Children only. See them any day except CI 71498. bedroom home in lovely
DUE to Illness must sell 2 bedroom pets .. saddle horse Sunday. 211 NW 8th St neighborhood. Hi acre grass 2 BEDROOM stove fc refrigerator .
t bath lurniahedlarge I BEDROOM. 2 bath with stove Realtor. CE 5-1858.: welcome. CE 3489.. Phone CI 7-7144, George W. 1 BEDROOM apartment furnished fruit trees. Rent or sell.' $85 month CI 73039
Florida It refrigerator-on corner lot near air base, amallchild 15725 SW 280 St. CI 7-1745.
room, carport, SPRINKLER System, well fc Smith.
No down payment, no clou- LUCKY Number 8102 accepted, $63 month. 3 BEDROOM CBS unfurnish
be-
30221 SW 172nd Ct. Come in GE 'I
pump buijt kitchen refrigerator furnished,
tween 1 It 5 Jog to Veterans. Annie. B GARAGE Aparemtne reason- CI 71780. UTC: l-bedroom ed. Leisure City. CE 59240.
p.m. optional, beautifully LEASE 4 : also Ibedroom furnished
Smith Reg. Broker. CI 7- or purchase, acre $75,
HOMESTEAD, 426 NW 7th St.. 6565.: landscaped close to ranch on Old Cutler Rd. 4- able. CI 7-8920. sgcn'n: efficiency I I apartment apartment, $15. CI 7-8083 3 I room house furnished nice
12500. bedroom home per. elementary school & shopping bedroom, 2 bath 70-foo HOTEL LEI Nicely furnished ; 2 room furnished or CI 7-5050. and clean, all utilities fur

fect condition 32x34 Artist 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, double 2 bedroom carport 3 recreation room. 2-car garage, apartments, efficiencies apartment $50 month; large ENJOY the country bedroom, nished but gas. $75 month
Studio shop attached, inspection I garage VA 4't"leClmW7'le,, years new. Only $400 down large pool, guest house Dna rooms. $10 week, $30 month 4 room furnished apartment furnished house. CI 73329. Cl 7-7905.
invited. Gallagher, CI 7- 949 M 10th and $80 per month total. hell. Broker CE 95521. fc up. CI 7-6528. $70 month utilities furnished 3 BEDROOM 2 bath $110; Also
Kajr-Lowy, Inc., 20456 S. vs-shin avail house Redland
3001. FURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex 175. Both
1 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath oa 7" Dixie Hwy. CE 85803: Open PALMETTO Country Club area, IN TOWN. 2 bedroom furnish able.! fnga Lodge, FlorIda Rd., Marge bedroom $60 unfurnished. Wells Home

I INCOME property in country I acre fenced awnings and Sunday. I 3-2, carport. A-I colonial with ed duplex. 114 NW 4th Ave. City. month includes electric. After Rentals. CI 8-0255.:
3 houses on 2H acres, all pump furnished or unfur fenced private back lawn 6 p.m. CI 7-4505.: :
furnished and rented. Lots nished. VA mortgage, $72 2 BEDROOM 2 bath, like new. I Bedroom air-conditioner av LARGE 2 bedroom furnished I I and 2 bedroom furnished. a 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath home
I of fruit trees. 17000. Shown month CI 7-6023. All electric kitchen, carport ailable. 8725: S.W. 163 St.. apartment, $85 month for apartments. $50 :55-65.: 141 FOR rent, reasonable. 1 fur with Fia. room, stove refrigerator -
bv appointment only Owner, More in today. $400 down call CE 83777. Owner transferred lone term Merritt Arms, 104 N.E. 2nd Road, Cl 73587.: nished, 2 bedroom house and washing machine.

: a 7-8000. 3 BEDROOM home with Fla. and $77 month. Carnine- I NW 12th St., CI 7-7338: set AND 2 bedroom cottage. 190 N. W. 9 St. CI 1328 NE 1st Ter, Homestead.
1 I apartments
room, garage, oak floors, tile I Cooper Realty Brokers, 336- agent In Apt. 1. 7-1980 CI 76565.:
I LEISURE City, 15420 Hayes roof. On 112-foot lot in NW 2812, CE 5-4001. 17 Apartment For Rent LARGE I bedroom duplex furnished also efficiencies' ... sleeping MODERN bedroom home,,
Lane, like new 3 bedroom, >*_ Homestead. $500: down one Homestead Are. Electric and water room available, all furnish. carport It utility room, stove 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, unfurnished .
: acre. $8050. Owner 426 NW mortgage of $104 per monthto 3 BEDROOM 2 bath garage, 75 month. Also ed Reasonable rates. CI 7 It refrigerator. CI 70758.: $75. CI 77630 or Cl 7-
awnings sprinkler system. included $ 5 CI 7-4383
7th SU Homestead. CI 7.3001 7433 9 to ; 7019.
qualified buyer. Call
own- 14500. Low down paymentor AIR conditioned 2 bedroom large 2 bedroom duplex un after 9.2BEDROOM. NEAR by, 1 bedroom, carportscreened ,
CI 7425a3BEDROOM:
LEISURE CITY 3 bedroom 1. er rent with option. Walkingdistance furnished duplex weekly or furnished very nice. $80. CI porch, 10: Ft stor 4 BEDROOM country home,

bath, fenced. awnings. $400 on 2'4 acres 2 to school, CI '7-2103. monthly rites only. CI 7.2232 77239. bath completely age, grounds Adults, CI 7- furnished. Suitable for'single
furnished electric washer,
down assume low payments servicemen. $200 a month
East of US 1, 5062.
car
garage
7.h02.LEISURE: 3 BEDROOM 2 bath 2 car LOVELY 1 bedroom apartment 633 NW 1st St. Fla. City
a good terms, Valencia Realty, ARE you looking for a Ford ora no security. Shown by appointment -
gange, screened pool, half ? I furnished Early American. CI 78278. NICE I-bedroom house, utili-
Cadillac type apartment Bob Bourn,
CITY, lection 2- CI 7-3993.. Doris Rhude home, Air-conditioned washing & aWoi.
new E. of US 1. Roseman ,
acre We have both wltht a price ties furnished $80 month. CI 2921 Jeanne Necly
,
CI 18586.4BEDROOM. ,
awnings, BEDROOM, air conditioned
bedroom facilities
carport, Broker, CE 52344. from $80 to $145.: Furnished drying parkingarea 77239.
air conditioner, screened range near shopping center screened porch, CiS! 53095.2BEDROOM : -
4 bath CBS homeon unfurnished 1 bed-
porch. $600 down no qualify 9.acres with income. Fire 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, fence and room or or 2. All new built in See to appreciate. Apply, apartment, NICELY furnished 2-b droom Classified Display if
ing. Howard Perkins, Real well corner lot $395: down. Peters Apartments 161 NW duplex home like new inside and out.
Florida this
place, pool. 1964 just
room some open refrigerator $65
stove, ,
CE 53533.3BEOROOM:
Estate. CI 7-1843. 9th St.NEWLY. Large rooms, carport, in center
Oversized garage. The kids week. Built in central TV antennas month. CI 7-7257.: .
2-bedroom will like it and so will you.Call 1 bath; fence washers fc dryers, off decorated 1-bedroom of 2 lots. For rent yearly Mamie P. Smith
LEISURE City near for businessman
base : .. Echoe Jordan, RealtorCI : well, newly decorated. $350 street parking. 3 separate locations apartments' free automatic 3-ROOM upstairs apartment just right
school, shopping $9500 all close to Post Office ventilation $80 month. or officer, no pets, adults -
Suitable 14810 Fillmore 7-2543. down. Take over mortgage washer 460 NW 6th St. Apply cross Rg. Real Estate Broker"Your
terms NW Ave. Inquire
245 7th
and 8th Street Shopping : Mrs Sam J. Davis -
$78 month. 11952: S.W. 176 new 548 NW 5th Ave. CI 7- CI 5507.
Ln., CI1-09113. 4 BEDROOM 2 bath, large Ten., CE 8-1532. Center. See Mrs. Mar 3661. Farmlife Rd. ,. mile N. of 238 NW 6th Ave.

Florida room. Low down payment tin, Apt. 101. Colonial Apartments Bauer. Wife Couldn't Ask
LEISURE CITY CB& section 5,3- and monthly payments $100 DOWN 3 bedroom, 2 bath, NE 10th St. corner NE NEATLY furnished 1 bedroom PHONE Circle 7-2321
bedroom large Fla much leas than rent Carnine- Florida room and carport. lot Ave. Phone CI 7-7228 or apartment, air conditioned 23S SW Sth Ave., Fla. City. 3. For More"Three

room with air-conditioning. Jli= Cooper>> Realty, Broken, 336 Built.in oven fc range, refrigerator CE 8-2917. laundry facilities.\ Nice, quiet 4 and 5-room furnished apartments . THEY BRING RESULTSI
900 $1000 down.' 2812,. CE 8-4001. optional. Kay and convenient location. Sorry $63, $125 and $75 bedroom. Two Bath
3028.. Lowjr, Inc., CE 8-5803. 20456 ALL air-condiuonea, pool. 1. no children or pets. Pleasevialt monthly. CI 72252.$7.A CBS Lot Florida Room

LEISURE with S. Dixie Hwy. Open Sunday. bedroom apartments. Also Patio Apartments, if Classified Display Built.In Kitchen Dishwasher,
City bedroom 40-A Homes For Sot.Perrin..Cutl.r.S.MH. Beautifully ell
Studio apartments. For Rent
83 N.W St. Apt 2. Apt*
Screened pored? down,
Disposal Sprinkler System.
J2 1100 DOWN, $69 month, 2 or furnished. Homestead's PerrineCutlerS.M.H.DUPLEX .
approximately $ a month.Valencia 3 bedroom homes, built-in Beautifully Lands caped
largest and finest new apartment NEW duplexes near school, (2-
Realty. CI 7.3993, kitchen, one mortgage, no house. Regina't Homestead bedroom) $80 per month. CI I CALLa Yard, Near Schools $2295000. ,-
Doris Rhude, home, CI 7- A BIG new list of VA resales closing costs. Geo. Anzelmo, 7-6563. 2 bedroom, oversize .
8586.: with only $100 down, quick Realtor CE 5-1858.: Apartments, 231 NE bath, vanIty, built-in-stove, I
possession. Call us for aldresses. 10th St. CI 74761. NEW 1-bedroom apartments refrigerator, utility room.
LIKE new 3 bedroom 2 bath, South Dixie Realty $395 DOWN, 3 bedroom 2 bath 'AIR-conditioned-2--bedroom ready Sept 1st. Electric 9370-72 SW 169th St. PL 8. a ( i i i i ERA
air-conditioned refrigeratorand CE 81616. screened porch, garage. air-con $300.00 down take this Three
stove refrigerator 0888.
furnished linens TV, etc, ,
fenced back ;
yard
range Close to all schools & shop I monthly. CI 7- ditioned, I heat, screened FUCHSReg Bedroom One Bath Home in
'Call Mary Hoffman at CI 7- CLEAN home 4 bedroom, carport ping. No qualifying quick I 5964.weekly or porch 130 SW 6th St., Home- FURNISHED apartments, clean. Naranja Park, Large Corner
7221 evenings CI 77369. screened porch stove possession. Kay-Lowy, Inc., stead. CE 8-0604. 1-spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Real Estate Broker
The Keyes Co., 220 N. Krome and retrigerator, only $12- 20456: S. Dixie Hwy. CE 8- BEAUTIFUL newly decorated, $120; 2 small cottages $SO- Lot
Ave., Realtor's Homestead. 300. FHA terms with no closing 5803. Open Sunday. 1 bedroom apartment, near NICELY furnished, 1 bedroom I $75. Near Dadeland & Jeffer TO SELL ACREAGEHIGHWAY
LARGE 2 bedroom home, 28- cost, low don payment shopping. 145 N.W. 1 St. CI apartment, best location. 55: son's. 9830 SW 77th Ave. CE One Half Acre Homesites -

foot living room 19-foot dinning immediately available. Hurry 400 down, no qualifying necessary 7-6395 or CI 79917. .N. E. 12 St. Phone CI '77146.1NOW 80852 or CE 89543.Clossified $2,73000: Terms.
on this, Jim LjrJe, Broker, to own this like new 3
screened
room 16-foot CE 82258EXCEPTIONAL: LEASING new 2-bedroom FRONTAGE &
home schools COUNTRY efficiency large.
bedroom near
porch large corner lot Only with stove and refrigerator Display Five Acres High High Pine-
duplexea 1 1i
$11,200. buy. For $350: shopping, and city bus. $100 Nicely decorated carport $85 month 1 OTHER PROPERTY land Close in, $1,500.00 per
utilities. CI 7- per
down: you get stove 15footrefrigerator per month pays Il'CECJjA! 175: including\
Mendlesen, I 0895.: near air base. Naranja Development acre.
fenced
yard
TWO with nice 3-bedroom lots adjoining homes well It shutters 9241, 24 hours. Corp., 26903 SW I TABER 205 N. Krome Ave. We welcome your listings
large hlu3m'W'o: CYPRESS Motel efficiencies, 145th Ave. Rd. CI: 7-8293. : : '
properties. Reduced to sell with$11,300 full One m home, 600 DOWN, 3 bedroom, 2 bathon rooms. Reasonable rates bj I ) Professional RealEstate (U.S.1)) Call Us TodayCI
price. mort.gage.
fast. Each under 11000. lushly landscaped fenced day week or month. CI 7096 R lOOMS A efficiencies sum. 7-3531 CE M14
Call Jim Lytle, Broker, corner in prestige residential +. mar rates. Dixie MoteL CI 7- 'b BrokerLotsHomeaAcreage Florida CityC176012
CE 82258.MMEDIATE. .
140 N.W. 1st Avenue
COUNTRY home. Large roomy 9118.
Owner and said,
area. gone I
I'...tory older type home possession to "Sell my $20,000 value for OMPLETELY FURNISHED 500 Palm Drive-Florida City

ideal for country restaurant qualified buyer 3 bedroom, $15.80(1: ( FHA, no closing modern apartments, low Classified Display .-1.I1. ---- ---- -
with 5 acres in bearing fruit 2 bath, built : in kitchen, costs." Cliff Mendleson, Real- weekly rates, utilities includ 1

trees Ideal corner in the carport awnings, completely tor CE 9241, 24 hour ed. Tropical Inn, 905 W. Palm 2 bedroom home. Pool 4 pat-
Redland area. Contact Peggy redecorated. Low down payment Dr., Fla. City. CI 7-3401. 10 fenced yard. Purchasercan Nicely located 2 bedroom home with fenced yard In good
Carney at CI 7-7221 evenings $94 month all 40-D Florida Key PropertiesACRE KATHLEEN ,
pays in with low down neighborhood, large utility room and carport
Cl 73838 for further lot or- Carnine Cooper Realty.. OR rent 2 bedroom furnish move
mation. The Keyes Co.. 220 Brokers 336-2812, CE 5-4001 Phone CI payment Located at 9U65
N. Krome Ave., Realtors, lot fronting on 100 foot 7-6684.ed apartment $69. I NEWTONRealtor SW 214th St. 1500 down payment takes this 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS homeIn
Homestead. LOVELY 2 bedroom 1 bath paved road, 20 miles below NW Homestead. Florida room, garage oak floors, tile

large living room, corner lot, Marathon CI 78959.: EVERYONE READS See us on your Real Estate roof extra large lot with room for pool or tennis court.

LOVELY HOME. 3 bedroom sprinkler system, newly painted KEY LARGO Lots from CLASSIFIED FAGESlif problems. Competent, qualified FHA mortgage Slot per month.
I bath huge Florida room; Inside and out. Low down $895 up. Terms. Also furnished Rt 1 Box, 103 Homestead personnel.

wall to wall carpet drapes payment. CE 5-7998. house for rent, $65: per Richard Rd. at Kings Hwy. REDLAND REALTY COMPANY
Classified
throughout. Central Air-Con MOVE in Monday. 3 bedroom, month. J. B. Kennaston Display CI 7-3966 CE 8-6721 VELMA S. GRAYREALTOR Faye Bogner Realtor
ditloning awnings, sprinkler corner lot $83 per month Properties Box 151, Key
system shuffleboard court total. This may be rented Largo Phone 832-5783: or Mi- CIRCLE 7-4321 107 N. Krome Ave. CE 84353:
ami CE 5-7092. Lease With Option Leo "SAFETY" Be your Motto 257 N. Krome Ave.
landscaped royal palms Vi with an lo:04b Kay- Members of the Realtors Multiple Listing Service
acre in beautiful Melody Manor Lowy, Inc., S. Dixie Drive Carefully. Miami CE 8-0850
O rt Largo. I bedroom. 3 bath, pool and CI 7-0857;
Must be seen to be ap day.Hwy. CE 85803. Open Sun- Cost Nn, OOlwt sell for patio, central air and heat I ---- ---
I
preciated. Original price $28, $1500 cash. Owner, CI 5588.: : ----- -- ------ I

900. Reduced to $22,900 for NO qualIfying Immediate pos 1 SMALL house furnished in Duplex for rent In City II BAKER MOBILE HONES
quick sale Many pieces of session. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, '
furniture will be left. 27220 carport. $400 down and $75 Pirates Cove area. Key Largo. Open
I
Florida Keyes, $50 per month Custom bullt-Country home PS- I .
SW 166th Ave. CI 7-7358.: month pays everything. No utilities. Boat PIONEER HOMESOPEN a.m.til
closing costs. Carnlne-Cooper you pay right I 1 IV4 acres.$21,500.TEDDIE I p.m.Man. .
on the bay. 852-9765: to see.
,MOVE right in, low down pay- Realty, Brokers 3362812, CE thru
ment, no closing costa 3. 54001. CLASSIFIED WILL RENT i SCHERER I Sat
DAILY FROM 10 O'CLOCK: A.M.
bedroom house, low monthly
NO qualifying. South Miami THAT HOUSE FOR YOUif REALTORCI Open
payments. Call J. E. Elie at

CI 77221. The Keyes Co., CBS Heights, screened area. patio 2 ,bedroom carport, j 74III CE 13$21 East of US Hwy. 1, turn on Avocado Drive, follow the green Sunday

220 N. Kromt Ave., Realtors, $300 down, $77 month. Call Classified Display .
Homestead. CE 9-7646. algoL SW 299th St. and 155th Ave. 29200 So. Federal Hw/, Homestead


MORTGAGE room. 2-bath Sacrifice., 2-car garage 3-bed NO cheaper fy'n\ move rent,right 2 bed In, MOVE RIGHT INNo t, 3 and 4 bedrooms 5S>10 VAN DYKE 3 bedroom with front din.

screened patio, fenced near room 1 bath. Only C800 down payment for Vets oa new 1 bedroom, 2 bath, built. ing, deluxe awning window throughout. Buy

Jr.Owner High.CE!Total: 1-3711.only $12,800 down South Dixie Realty, in range refrigerator, carport and screened porch on corner 1 and baths this one for 10% over invoice. This is .

CE 8-1618 lot near HAFB.VFHA financing available $108 per month pays NO-TRADE-IN SPECIAL It must go! SAVE i

Classified all. 115.400. Included FOR THE REAL ECONOMY-MINDED.. offer P
Display if Classified Display *1 Stove, refrigerator
Furnished 3 Bedroom home near shopping la South Miami a new 46x10 2 bedroom STAR for the low, I

Heights. rilA terms. $12.000. Formica cabinets and vanities low price of . . . $3545 I

POOL HOME 3 bedroom home in Leisure City on large lot completely NEW '64 REGAL by General 50x1Q 2 bedroom

redecorated. FHA terms $400 down, $85 month, $12300. Solid Sod yard Birch interior all deluxe, p

Best Buy in Homestead area. 3 bedroom 2 bath, insulated SAVE $1100 at . . . . $3995 I
Comfortable I bedroom 2 bath hone in prestige location on
CBS home. Central heat, butltln range and oven, dlshwasb. 55x10 3 bedroom 1 Va bath KENTUCKIAN, I Iused
NW 21st St. Homestead. Garage, Florida Room, hardwood Move right in today
er, disposal, new wall to wall carpet, drapes, air-con- floors, and many luxurious features. Large ISO: ft. lot. 12450down. but not abused . . $4095

dltloned master bedroom large double garage, with work. $23,500. guarantee) 50x10 axe large bedroom, front living room P
(1-year written Real deluxe I
STAR. living . $4295
Screened and fenced well
pool
shop. patio, rear yard, ,
BISCAYNE EAST
12x55 3 bedroom CRANBROOK far the large I
sprinklers, beautiful lawn and Ihrubbet). Low taxes, New I and 4 bedroom homes from $14475. VA and FHA No closing cost* no down payment to Vets family with young heart. Has kitchen divider

,. S 1/4% mortgage, S11S month. City water and electric, DO. financing Models DOW under construction on Naranja i t and all deluxe appliance Drop in and i P

City taxes. Built 1960. Shown appointment only. Road and Blscayne Drive, east of U. S. No. 1.a and Bank financing available .
FHA look it ever. . . . $5195 p
f Remember we have a HUGE SELECTION of used
A. F. GALBRAITH coaches ready to move inta.NWl .
T2S ftMWffilwmwr* 12444BEljECBCSil SMITH REG. BROKERCI
Registered Reel Estate Broker .a ANNIE B. ,

317 N. Krome Avtnue CI 7-2(21 7-5823 CI 8-2324 ,

L 27230 So.J'ederal Hwy,Naraaja I

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Thursday. Auiuil 1J, 1164 The NEWS LEADER Pose __

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SOUTH DADE'SAUTO 48-A Homes For Rent 61 Articles For Sol-' 61 Articles For Sal 63 Boats & Accessories 82 Dogs, Cats, Pets 15 Automobile Dealers

Perrine.CutlerS.M.H.ATTRACTIVE .
TYPEWRITER, Olympic portable DARLING AKC Boxer ,
1964 Traveler "Comet" with 33 puppies
VOLKSWAGEN Porsche
AIR-eondltloners. used room 13 Inch carriage tabular, reasonable. CE 81265. -
ROWNews 3 bedroom farmhouse units, 6000 to 44,000 BTU's, Pica type, carrying case' HP electric and Johnson. Trailer.. Authorized: Sa.'. Service
en 20 acres UN 6- condition guaranteed, com- Used I little, $75 CE 5-8659. Come at try We total have performance good SIAMESE kittens, $10. CE 5- Parts. Used cars. Over.Keys--

ond Buying Hints of 3189.2423, JE 1-3883 or CE 0- CI plete 7- 653.service: & installation UTILITY trailer, 4x8, license used b :9r them from 9469 Motors. Pen-In 238-- 93.

the Automotive World In tag and lights, 65.: 823 NW $49. up. TOY Hairless, cle i, soft, lovIng WESTOVER Pontiac md

South Dad.. PALMETTO Estates, 2 or 3 bed BRADLEY Refrigeration fc Air 6St. CI 1.3165. RENT a boat by the hour. $1.25 alert CI '7. f119.! Tempest 201 Civic Ct CI 7-

rOke-: carport built Conditioning 9852 SW 175th 32 hour Includes 83 3621 or CE 8-0054
I y FLOYD GARRETT CE 5-4252.: SL Sales Service. Re-Bull WURLITZER. peddlecon per boat, motor Horses For Sole
cert organ. CI 81637. and gas. Fish or jus
guaranteed refrigerators, 36 Automobiles For Sole
ride on beautiful Manatee
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex
With the increase In freeways and expressways In apartment, $90 month- freezers, washers air-condi WIZARD electric range, dou- Bay and Barnes Sound. Bring BLUE Roan Gelding, spirited
Glen
Florida, driving present a new kind of traffic, with Call South Dade Realty Inc.. tioners Licensed! $25 4 up.Insured. finance CE 5- old ble, oven perfect& condition.broiler, 2 CE years 8- the family. I but 0160 control able. $180. CE 5- FORD station wagon, 1953, 9
of Its 16784 S. Dixie Hwy CE 5- passenger, good motor, automatic
many own rigid rules for survival. Too few driv- 3131. 7213. 5658 or CE 8-3899. SKI and sail with us. Every- HORSES I transmission( new
boarded
or pastured.
en appreciate that, because of the combination ofconee.tlon BABY crib play pen, high 2 Twin beds complete, $1250 body welcome, 24 hour pro I CI 7.7108 or CI 7-9416. I battery. $IM. CE 5-3278
2 Bedroom
and TV. room range, tected wet .
high ipeed, there It little storage or dry.Reasonable.
or no margin refrigerator, screened porch, chair, feeding chair and carriage each. Floor lamp, $5. CE 34523 Line Marina SACRIFICE 1958 Chevy. Ex
for the errors that ordinary traffic CI 7-1911. County I PALOMINO Gelding and don- cellent condition, full power
i CE 5.0473.2BEDROOM) -- 13 miles south of Homestead key. 18000 SW 272nd St. CI 8- I
permits I First $495 takes it CE S-
/ ... $60 month, large BABY bed, $10; Call CI 7. 3 PIECE limed oak bedroom on US 1. CI 78908. (onto. n 7-JW51 7620.
Instantly punishable by disaster I .t
;I' 2306. set Bookcase headboard, box
bedroom, $80 month '60
George 15 foot boa t
fiberglass
are slight crimes of confusion such a* f springs, mattress, chest of : 84 Livestock For Sole TAKE over payments '64 Valiant
Johnson &
realtor. CE 85143 FOR SALE motor trailer. $475. CI 7-
portable organ
hesitation, inattention or discourtesy. 17629 S. Dixie, Hagan Building Call CI 7.7039.GLAD'RON drawers, tripple' dresserwith 6381. RABBITS live or dressed. M. <.air-conditioned.CI 74999 Manjtentra
mirror Excellent
A trip on the freeway needs to be ". I condition Krome 2 miles N of Home- j
portable ironer reasonable, Call CI 7 '50 Chrysler, 4 door sedan $63.:
; 7-SR26
planned much aa a pilot would 66 Musicallnstrumeets Mend TI 8-0665 or CI
plan a M 5788 after .
LUCKY Number 8138 ball bearing fertilizer spreader anytime 3pm.ft CE 5-6928
combat flight over enemy territory. t I no. 82; dehumidifier with LARGEST selection of new ft IS Automobile Dealers .
,
Electric refrigerator $45.
; 1953 Oldsmobile, good condition
The 3 BEDROOM, bath
planning consist of briefing and 1 $100 no. 180 humidistat. CI 7-1674 4 burner stove used pianos, organs orches
Mr. GtrrtttBRIEFING month. 11335 Quail Roost Norge gas BLAKE-BIRD Inc. 6211 o $150. CI 8-0493.
after II
preparation, getting on the freeway, p.m. like new, $100; Drop leaf tra Instruments. Victor Pianos .
Drive Phone CE 57779. Krome Ave. CI 76131. We
traveling on the freeway, getting off, and GOAT Milk Call after 9 breakfast table with four 4 Organs, 300 NW S4th sell used 1953 Chrysler, 2 door sedan,
emergency p.m. guaranteed cars.
procetlirei. 3.BEDROOM. 2 bath beautifully CI 7-3008. chairs, $33, Contact Capt St., Miami. CE 8-1637 standard shift, good paint
landscaped $115 per 1961B Virginia I Ave. CASH waiting for your car at good tires, undercoating,
:t'Bs'E USED, Selmar like
trumpet
month, immediate occupancy., GRANDPA'S Trading Post fc 6-2111. G It L Motors Corp, U.S $130 18610 SW 303 St.
AND PREPARATION, Get Pawn Shop, 26750 S. Federal new CI 78H8: Princeton.CI .
a map of the Kav-Lnwv In!' CE 8 SflOl: Federal Highway,
21 INCH console TV in good S3 FORD. 2 door, automatic,
freeway or expressway and study It carefully. Find out Hwy., Naran a. We pawn, 67-B & Tools 70923.BRUNICK .
48-F Storeroom. For Rent buy sell or trade. Cash for condition, CE 85604. Machinery radio, heater. Clean, $173.
where the entrances are, how far you have to travelon I old gold & silver Guaran Chrysler Plymouth, CE 2056.. y

it, aid: where the exits are. Find out about the NICE workshop for rent, 1200 teed expert watch It jewelry 31 deep inch well Estate, 3 burner electric, griddle range,, USED large Farm flat trailer Equipment Ford Bus tractor Inc., 29540 S. Federal Hwy ,

lanes of departure. If there are Junctions with other feet of floor space and new repairs Fine band engraving SIS CE 8-2749. p cultivator, various CE 85315, CI 8-0510 Classified Display *
new building CI 7-9342. CI 7.4722.HARDMAN \\tr't _
freeways, know in 19240 SW '
advance which side you hive to be 24141 S. Dixie Hwy, DICK Conlty Chevrolet, Inc.,
on to turn. 2- and 61-B Articles Wanted 304th St or phone Miami new & used cars, 261 Park

Before venturing onto the expressway, check SMALL building 328 W. Howry electric iora.m: CE 8- 271-4224. way CI 2121 or CE 1832.: Servicemen!
gasoline St., zoned B1. (Own your 1637. GUNS needed\ by Ralph's. 128 T.* International Crawler super -
oil, tires, fan belt,
steering, muffler ,
business CI 7-6V55:
radiator, own ) N. Krome Ave., Any kind, Farmall FRED Warnock Ford new .
: AV Rome disk.
engine, lights, brakes and emergency equipment. HEARING Air Batteries Fischer any age. Casji" waiting. CI 73378. sed cars 1300 14. d.1; :, NEED A CAR
48-H Warehouses For Rent I
& Sons 141 N. Krome Hw ., Homestead. CI 75112or
ON THE FREEWAY. Ave., Homestead. WANTED to buy Used refrigerators 1 CRAVLEY tractor, extras, CE 3-0673.
Be careful, too '
fast or too freezers, alr-con-I $230 1 Wisconsin HAVING TROUBLE
engine
CBS 2000 feet ;
low wrecks the harmony flow'of traffic If the traffic available building for square Reason IS DRINKING A problem with ditioners CE 5-7213 I V-4 electric starter 20 IIP, iiY Caskey Rambler Co., U.S.

Is passing yoi% you're going too slow; if you're passing able. CI 7-4922 storage.after 6pm. you?drinkers 400,000 (happy of ex-problem them $135; 2 Centrifugal pumps 1 at Avocado Dr., Homestead: GETTING
many 63 Boots & AccessoriesBOAT CI 7-1311 2332972.
$30 and $20 3 3/4 rolls of or
themlou're too fast. And don't be a close follower or weekends business and professionalmen ; '
this ie the of and women) nave found 48 Inch chain length fence, PERRINE Auto Sales Buy -'I FINANCED
major cause .
freeway accidents.Be / 7 foot, solid fiber glass
49 RoomsHomestead 25c<< a foot; 1-30 in. Wilbrandt Sell Trade. Bank financing
Sleeping
in I
ready to stop at any time. Look far ahead. Traffic Area soberlety, They Alcoholics understandand Anonymous Suitable for boy's sailboat, Turf Mower, $300; 1 ban saw, Call CB 53237.

can be affected by a disruption several miles ahead. can help you. No feesor $25. Air guard boot, equipment motor stand, propeller 2 $30, 1 jig saw, $20; CI 7- I CALL US NOW
Night driving Is most hazardous. dues. Phony HomesteadED 2526 Classified Display *
Commonly made MEN only, In Goulds, $7 week chairs, well built, very rea AND RIDE TODAY
and often fatal mistake in the dark is to overdrive the Kitchen privileges. CI 7.2951SLEEPING 63853.: Miami FR 46139.MISCELLANEOUS :I sonable. CI 74746. 69 Poultry & Supplies

headlights. It takes about 366 feet to stop at 60 m.p.h.If room, private entrance pieces of FOR HIRIt 33ft. Owen, twin Rebuilt Transmissions 7100 AUTO SALES
your headlights are properly aimed and clean on a & halh CI 742B4 used furniture available, will engines, all day $ for S. CHICKEN compost by the bagor Automatic and Standard
new car your visibility! should be about 400 500 feet, finance. Underwood Mobile I Call CI 7-3039. 4 to 8 p.m. truck. We load at farm, Installed and GuaranteedBenn's 7100 Bird Bead (654993
49-A Sleeping RoomsPerrineCutlerS.M.H. Homes, 29120 S. Federal wholesale CI 7-7129
but most cars are less. Hwy. CI 71309. MARINE hardware fiber glass prices Auto Parts Open evenings till 10,

and paints. Sailboats and 78 Seeds, Plants, Flowers 29120 Old Dixie Highway Sunday's toot
GETTING OFF THE FREEWAY. Give yourself at HOTEL ROOMS $8 week ODDS and Ins vacuum cleaner kits 8 feet to 33 feet. Turn Homestead -CI 7-3613
TV record changer, etc. at Farm Store, south of Cut ASSORTED Hybrid Day Ullies. ,
least a mile t<> get in tho lane to exit. If traf- single, Simmons beds. Ba- --
proper Bargain! CI 72543.: ------ - -
ler Ridge, just off US 1. special discount for August
shore Motel 22400 S. Dixie
lice Is heavy, get in that lane even it its 10 miles .
Hwy. CI 79653. PARTS for all electric snavers, Glander Boats, Inc. 11320 SW CI 75507 Mrs Sam J. Davis
208 Dr. CE 84985. Farmlife. Rd, ra mile N. HomesteadTransfer
away.If Ferguson Jewelers, 328
you miss the exit, don't try at the last minute to 54 Business OpportunitiesMOTEL Washington Ave., Home SELL your boat any kind Including Bauer @

make it or cross the lanes to return to it someway. stead. sail Protected. Call 78-A Topsoil
Go work for sale, 20 units, pool, CI 7.8908.16FOOT and
Don't
panic. on by, your way over safely to the TV, air conditioned, 20 miles REFRIGERATOR, Coldspot $75, I Storage

next exit and drive back. It's better to drive back and south of Miami, $25.000 down, CI 74746. Couch chair, $30. runabout, windshield, GRADE A pulverized Top soil( .
take a little time than to be killed or hurt trying to balance mortgage, illness, details CI 7.5636.REPOSSESSED. fire extinguisher. All extra Silica Sand for lawn dressing "Gentle-Care" Moving,

move too suddenly Into the exit or make a bad turn. Kent Motel, Goulds 33: h.p. Evlnrude, electric D. Miron. 235.4814. Packing and Storage
Florida spinet piano starting and trailer, $42 CI
fine quality, American walnut 7-6762. 82 Dog., Cots, Pets
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63 One owner, ,loaded I .............. 4 dr. sed., loaded lux. car


6 3 THUNDERBIRD 5 :edwhee;r.IIY loaded to include 59 ENGLISH FOR Ike: :was: $495

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63 RAMBLER On.e $1695 PS, r ..............:............
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62 COMETH $1395 59 FORD WSW Country, Excellent, Sad, ATRBH...:.........,............................... $795
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62 FORD FALCON2dr.standard. radio, real sharp......... $1195 58 CHEVY 2 dr. sed. beige, stan., R&Hlike new $695



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86 Automobile For Sale 86 Automobile For Sole 86 Automobiles For Sale 87 Trailers For Sere 87 Troiler,For Sol ''I
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IMS Packard Pit, good con 1960 MGA roadster, good condition -19(4 Rambler, '770 2 door *e. REPOSSESSION, 1WS Flair TWO Half Moon housetrallen42goot ,
dition. Cl 78361. CI 77918. dan standard transmission,, 33x10 with awning. Ready to w/tandem wheels 8 I
fully equipped Sell or trade move Into. Like new $300 38-foot Both reasonable CE i II
SS Chevy, real clem $295. '60 Corvalr, radio, beater, automatic Days, CI 71733. Evenings,, at Motel office, Isla Gold 59270 Sat. noon .thru Mon.
CI 8-0091. down, $63.24
CI 80099. transmission A steal, per month Key 'EYMMOTORS
at Motel office, Isla Gold VICTOR Mobile Home 55 x 10,
CI 800991K1
$835
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'J7 ChevroM V-8. Bel-lre. LUCKY Number 4393 Trailer Park, Naranja 2 or 3.bedroom. aln-cond
standard trangmLilon. radio,' English Ford, like new, tloned, wall to wall rug. sectional J
'64 Bonneville 2-door air SCHULT Better than excellent.A l
heater $495. CI 8-0009 real sharp A steal at $M9. HT 1959 2 bedroom
beautiful home for little
conditioned Power brakes & washer fan, extra nice $300
Base 24141 S. Dixie
$7 English Ford $195: '58 CE Motors 8-6892. steering, radio, etc. CI 7- down, only $64.12 per month money See at Isla Colt
Chevrolet wagon $399; '56 Hwy 49111.! See at Isla Gold Trailer Sale, Trailer Sale, Naranja1H3 / ,
Plymouth $49. Chevy Bus '62 Ditsun, $50 cash and take t Naranja 10fl.I
54 ft.
$199: Chevroleti tandem $499 87 Trailer For Sole Detrolter x CORP.
Benn Auto Parts. 29120 Old over 15 payments CE 84156. SPECIALS for August, new and, 3 I bedroom, 1)4) bath, Like
_Dixie Hwy. a '7-3613. 1962 Cadillac '60 Special, like AMERICAN 45x8, very clean 1bedroom used trailer at huge discounts new CI '52BO .
1957 Ford station wagon, but new,,ED low 6-5541 mileage, every extra Motel office, low, tee price.on lot Key C16Isla at., low bank. Low rates down Also payment some*, 88 Trucks Far Solo i
I offer CI '7-0328 after 030: Gold Trailer Park Na repossession See at Isla truck. It buses J'.tnta. SOUTH DADE'SLARGEST
USED
\ '51 Chevrolet Impala convertlble '62 FORD Calaxle, hard top, rams.NOW Gold Trailer Salei i save tlon Auto & Bu Sale.
409 engine radio, heat- floor shift $100 down., take 9% Financing and up to 28401. S. Federal Hwy., Na Gouldl CI 7.8454.
er $599 CI 80099. up payment CI 7-6762 8 years to pay on new and ranis.SPECIAL trurk:
1952 Chevrolet panel
u'ed Mobile homes Also
51 Chevrolet Impala hardtop 1944 Plymouth Fury, 4 door rental trailer Underwood for this weekl! Where I Good running condition: $85.I UYO
itandard transmission, radio, sedan Fully equipped in- Mobile Homes 29120 S. Federal can you get a new 1864 50x10, I CE 84B48 _I
80099. eluding factory air Still In Hwy CI 7-1309 2 bedroom trailer for only $3,
CI
$599 '57 Chevy '. 4 wheel
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guarantee Below dealer coat 795 with low down otto12.
payments 90. Isla-Gold
'59 Rambler automatic transmission private owner CI 7.3330. NEW MOON 1960 35x8, new You can at Isla Gold Trailer drive, $ .
V-8 $299. CI 8-0099. =M FALCON, $900 f'qtill-,7tili condition. Only $200 down Sales, 26401 S. Federal Trailer Park NaranjaPt'ONI DISCO J"T HOUSEAUTHORIZED
$45.34 per month.&oe at Lot Hwy, Naranja, Also
W English Ford good condition over payments of $65 Must C-14;Isla Gold Trailer Park' some real nice used dra: Circle 7232"THEY I
$299 CE 8-1269 tell. CI 7 B489 Naranja. at low price. BRING RESULTS!

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Kw, 163 RIVIERA 64 CHEV.Malibu $2699

Coupe................ $2899 S. Sport Cony. ,...
63 DODGE 440 63 FORDGalaxie:
$1799
Sedan. $1599 500 Conv ,.. ......
63 MERCURY 63 FALCON
EVERY CAR MARKED AS EQUIPPED FROM THE FACTORY WITHA Sport ep. $2099 Futura Conv .... $1499

SPECIAL SALE PRICE ON EACH CAR SALE PRICE GOOD FOR ONE 63 PONTIAC Grand 62 PONTIAC $1799

WEEK ONLY. FULL APPRAISAL VALUE ALLOWED ON ANY TRADE IN Prix,Air,,...... $3099 62 Catalina FORDGalaxia Cony...
62 CADILLAC $1599
ON $3199 500 Conv ........
Fleetwood Air....
.. 61 PONTIAC Bonn.Convertible. $1599
62 FORD Golaxie $1699 .... .
\ 500 HT Air.... 61 PLYMOUTH

? FORDS FAIRLANES 62 IMPALA $1899 Fury Conv ....:... $1099
Cpe.Air .. 61 OLDSDyn. $1399

61 RAMBLER 88 Conv ..:.........
$699
Classic 4-dr. ...... 61 FORDGalaxia
GALAXIES $1099
FALCONS 61 CADILLAC I $2299 500 Conv ........
4-dr. HT,Air....
59 T-BIRD I I ((15)) Wagons ((15))

\ WAGONS HT,Air.,,.....,... $1299 64 CHEVROLET II $2199

) ((10)) Foreign Cars ((10)) 63 RAMBLERCross Nova Wgn.V-8

Best THIS IS THESALE 64 .MG $1599 Ctry Classic wgn. $1899

\ Sedan ................ 63 PONTIACA, $2199
Selection {:
Dickering 64

.. t In Town j \ 544LVO............. $1899 62 Wagon DODGE .Dart........... $1299
on a

"'' YOU HAVE BEEN \ Deal if 62 113 Sedan ........ $1299 62 Classic RAMBLER Wagon.400 $1499

61 CITREON4-dr. $699 61 RAMBLER

WAITING FOR V Sedan ............: American wagon $699:
60 FIAT 1200 59 CHEV.4-dr.

Sedan ,,,.,....... $499 Wagon ...,.. $799
Come Early For Best Selection No Muss No Fuss1lUJ11) 59 FORD
((19)) Sport Cars ((19)) 59 Wagon RAMBLER........... $699

$699
64 TRIUMPH Classic Wgn. ....

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,\\ \\l ) .. ill,,.p!: 64 LANCIAFlavia $2699 ((22)) Compacts ((22))
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Roadster ., 64 CORVAIR
$2399
63 ALFA Romeo Spyder Cp. .....
$1899
Sprint Cpe, ..,..... 64 RAMBLER 440
1962 Corvair 7004 door, Real Nice stock BCSOSA ......,..,......,,..,,.. $1295 63 JAGUARXKE Sport Cpe .? $2099

Roadster.,,.,,,.. $399 64 FALCON Sprint $2099
1962 61 AUSTIN 2 dr. H.T. .........
Austin
Healey NeeR d?[mwork,Stock FS63A....,.,......,......\ $695 Healy Sprite.... .$899 63 OLDSMOBILE $1899
60 SUNBEAM F-85 ........ .........

1962 Metro Hard Top,Green and white, nice Stock F244A ..,...,,...,..,...., $695 Alpine ...... $1099 63 4-door CHEV. I II............. $1599

;60 K2L,............ $1099 63 FALCON $1499
Futura Conv ....
1961 Volkswagen 2door-Clean as a Pin C746A ...................... $1095 60 TR3 $1199 62 FALCON'
..... $1299
Roadster .., Futura
Cpe. ......

1961 Volkswagen 2door-See to appreciate M561A................. ,$795 59 MGA Roadster........... $1099 62 Cpe.CORVAIRMonza 4 speed... $1399

59 TR3 I 61 FALCON
$1099
1961 International TravelAII I Roadster........." 2-dr. Sedan ........ $899
Real Fine Wagon-Stock F469A $1295 61
58 TR-3 $999 I FALCON
< Roadster............ 4-dr. Sedan ..... $999.

1959Thunderbird Convertible Rough But Ready .....,.,..:........ $695 ,

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1959Galaxie I 4 door Sedan.Auto.Air, .........?.,........>.,.. ........."..:;......':". $69.5 I II ECONOMY LOT SALE !

I CASH or FINANCE... $5.00 DOWN

Several & si 55 FORD HT P205 ,'. ..$50 35 PONT. HT P4398 ....$SO
J Transportation Cars To Pick From $75 up 55 MERC. HT P472 .. .$SO 55 DESOTO Sed. N8B ....$SO
56 BUICK SKI WIn R101 $137 54 CAD. Sedan P8A ..$89
: 57 STUDE Wgil P14004 $116 57. FORD Sfo. Wan. P411B $174 '
, i 55 FORD 2 dr P533A. .,.$148 55 LINCOLN HT P500 .$333
f 55 PACKARD P4S3A $235 56 OLDS HT P322 A.$99
56 CAD. P186 . .$344 56 CHRYSLER Conv. P566 $385
:! WARNOCK FORD 57 OLDS HT N288 . .$223 58 MERC.9 pOI w, P26204 $199
i 58 CHEV. Slo. Wgn P546 $199 59 BUICK Con,. R102 .$628

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I, Area BeginsWho End Series .


An evening devoted entirely! of an American musical Is com.

will be Mill Teenage Area finals will be held Oc L to the music of Richard Rodgers parable to Toscanlnl'i masteryof
Miami for 196? 24 at the Deauville Hotel on foremost composer for the Italian opera."
Search for the winner Miami Beach, following a ser Broadway stage, will be heard
is the 10th and final concert Chosen to sing the Rodgers
who'll actually represent all of lea of seven weekly pre judging
South Florida in the nationally and semifinal rounds beginning played by the Miami Beach music, raising their voices In
televised (CBS) Miss Teenage Aug 29. Symphony in this year'i sum the lyrics of both Lorenz Hart
America Pageant at Dallas Miss Teenage Miami will q .S mer "pops" series Sunday .t and Oscar Hammersteln II, are
I Nov. 13 lot under way this fly with her chaperone, all expenses Miami. Beach Auditorium .t soprano Anita Dsrlan of New
wrck. paid, to Dallas Nov 7 1:15: p m.
York City Center, and baritone
1 At stake !In the national finals for week.long festivities which Conducting the All Rodgers
Russell Christopher of the Metropolitan
1I will be culminate In the hour and a-
a $10,000 scholarship, concert will be Harold Glick,
I new automobile and complete half televised finals JANE DALEY who has been musical supervisor Opera.

Mt Ia wardrobe. All judging, local and Title To Pasa of the Rodgers and Hammer. Glick and the orchestra will
All girls between 1317, national, is on the bails of stein organization since 1931 -
from West Palm Beach te appearance, personality, talent at Palmetto High School, was His influence on musical theatre open the concert with one ofcodgers'
Key West, are eligible to en- and Intelligence e nteilants a finalist in the national com production," a New York newest compositions" ,
the "Fair is Fair March, written
q1W ter the local contest, sponsored will not appear In petition, winning her local newspaper recently declared, for the New York World'sFair
by Miami radii station bathing suits. crown by topping more than has been as widespread II
and will follow It with"The
WFUN and Richards Depart. Last Years Miss Teenage 600 South Florida girls who entered his employer's development of "
Carousel Waltzes.
mtnf Stores. Miami Jane Daley, a studentBy the pageant musical theatre. His direction

Miss Darian will be heard
MMIINMMNMINM.MYNNN..Y.Y next in songs for which Hammerstein .

af.A wrote the lyrics _
Time "It Might As Well Be Spring,"
r from the motion picture "State
Clock Fair," and "Climb Ev'ry Moun
tain" from "The Sound of Mu.
sic" The first section of the
;; 1 Palms Thtatre program will close with "Mar

Today: "The Unsinkable Molly ch of the Siamese Children"
Brown," 7:10: and 9:M p.m. from "The King and I."

''li Tomorrow: "The Carpetbaggers Opening the second sectionof
," 7:12: and t:M p.m. the Rodgers evening will

THE KENTONES, entertaineri who hove cored successes at a number of Saturday: The Carpetbaggers be parts of the extensive score
night spots olong Miami Beach, began their first South Dade appearance ," 3:15: 6 and 8:45: p.m., o I he wrote for the TV series
Wednesday night when they opened) at the Por-Tee Lounge on U. S. 1. The Kiddie Show, "Cattle King" "Victory' at Sea" Next, Christopher
and chapter two of "The Lost will sing, to Hammer-
foursome tings, does comedy routine and ploys a total of 10 instruments.
6. stem
lyrics "The
Planet 12:30: p.m. t Surrey with
They'll be at the Par-Tee for a month. They are, left to right, Frank Kent, Nick Sunday: "The Carpetbaggers .. { : the Fringe on Top" from "Ok

Porko, Hank Colt and Bert Zadeh.. ____ ," 3:15: 6 and 1:45: p.m. I lahoma followed by the "So
Monday thru Wednesday: .r liloquy' from "Carousel.
'The Carpetbaggers," 7:13: and ....
At ... Glick will next lead the orchestra -
Jam Sessions 8:M p.m.
Lounge :in the "Gavotte" from

Bretitway Drive In III. II : Cinderella," he CBS-TV

Today thru Saturday: "Nightof ) III spectacular which Rodgers
Pep Up Sunday AfternoonsSomething the Iguana," 7:30 and 11:22: 31111. wrote in 1957 Miss Darlan and
p.m., "Rhino," 9:50: p.m. Christopher will conclude the
Sunday thru Tuesday "Good second section of the programby
Neighbor Sam," 7:30 and 11:36p II i ; ; singing' the duet "Some El-
a little different er Bobby Joe Gilbert opens up' it up through most of the four I I III chanted Evening from .
Rodgers
"Fun in .JJ.
10pm.
m Acapulco, .
has lighted the entertainment' the band stand to four hour hours of the "session," but occsssionally ." .1. ,.. ...: and Hammerstein's "South
lights in South Dade in the of swingln' and singln in the someone else would Wednesday: '"Blue Denim, JOAN AND IIER GIRLS: The only orchestra with t curfew. Pacific"
form of a Sunday afternoon form of a jam session pick up a guitar or tickle the 7:30: and 11:33: p.m. "The Hust-
Jam session, now in its sec ivories at the "88" and the'session" Final section of the program
end big week. Sunday afternoon, the secondIn "' went swinging by >r, 9:19 pm. These Musicians Are Easy will open with "Slaughter on
series of found the
a many rapidly without a break. Sunlland Tenth Avenue," from "On Your
Sunday afternoons at the new Leisure Lounge young group Toes," and then Miss Darian
thru
look Leisure Lounge, new own called the Chessmen hamming Occasionally throughout the Today Tuesday "A ShotIn and
old the Dark," 2, 4, 8,.. and 10 Christopher will sing selected
afternoon the in South
pro On The Ears And show to
pm -- Eyes songs )lyrics by
Dade Larry Black, who Is cur Lorenz Hart, Rodgers' earlier
DANCING NIGHTLY at the rently at the Country Tavernon EASTERN PARK collaborator "Falling in Love
U.S. No, 1, added his con. with "
Arcadia National Park, located DICK KLEINR all Love, from "The Boys
trlbution to the afternoon with an -girl band on Canadian veteran. That's Alyce Sheratt, "
from
partly on Mount Desert 1 television. When the bank brokeup the trombonist, who is in her Syracuse; "Where or
vocal renditions, a session on Island and in Maine was the NEW YORK (NEA) An she went on her. own, singIng mid-40s. The girls call her den When" and Funny Valentine"from
the
the guitar or on piano
fikck \tIut hI I first U.S. national park east of all'girl orchestra somehow suggests in night clubs mother, and she's become, a 'Babes in Arms;"
the Mississippi River.INTRODUCED slight lllicltness, like teetotalers semiofficial chaperone. "There's a Small Hotel" from
. THREE FATES cooking with wine I After the brainstorm struck, 'Spring Is Here"The
I LOUNGE tn mythology the Fates TERMS she and her husband decided to Many of the others are in their
; I But that illusion is shattered
"I.f( approach the..J hlring( ..problem late teens or early Its only program will close with
ALL REGULAR DRINKS 50c i spin a"nd cnfthe thread of life. Oliver Wendell"lfilmea was by the latest all.girl orchestra, ; one three duets
by the
through college music schools besides Miss Sheratt singers
:
Of the Three fates, Clotho was first to suggest the words anesthesla which has ever played
mostly college girls
(from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m.) I the spinner, Lachesis decided and anesthetic after I Both are licensed pilots so they professionally, aside from "The Sweetest Sounds" from
: and a trombonist who doubles "
"No
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THE u. s. Route 1 how long It was to be and At II the use of ether to produce insensibility as den mother. flew their own plane from college college affairs Strings for which Rod
INN gers wrote both the
NEW HOLIDAY Homestead, Fla. I cut the thread with, to pain first was to cOllege. words and
II ropos Joan Fairfax and her All Clrl Miss Fairfax has established music; "I Have Dreamed"
..- Ii I shears. I demonstrated in 1846 I Orchester Includes 12 musicians, "We found," she says, "that certain rules for her girls. Theymu ; Dreamed" from "The King and
-i a gorgeous blonde leader and the music deans were all very t go out only in groups of I." and "People Will Say We're

DINE and DANCE...... "JUST LIKE OLD TIMES" an 11 pm curfew on nights enthusiastic and cooperative.They two or three, never alone. She I' In Love" from "Oklahoma
gave us many leads. frowns on their dating men who
AT THE off.Miss Fairfax thinks the cur I Gradually the unit was formed approach them on the bandstand 1
LEISURE LOUNGETO Restaurant few (administered by the honor ., Miss Fairfax made a pointof They must always dress
fi NEW Redland Tavern and Lounge. system) Is necessary, visiting the parents of every neatly ) .

(NITA and RALPH, Your Hosts) (Roger Fox, "I feel responsible," she says,1 girl, easing their fears of letting Two of the original membersof \, .
THE MUSIC OF "to the parents of my girls" their little girls travel with
29600 S. Federal Hwy Chef) the orchestra have been lego \
This stems from
responsibility a band.
The Chessmen Serving Doily 5 p.m. to 12; Sundays Noon ,the origins of the orchestra It I The hardest to find were girl -to"they our standards just didn't measureup '
,
r I began as Miss Fairfax lay in saxophone players So she call socially'but
BIG JAM at the NEW LOOKSUNDAY FEATURING: i the sun outside her EnglewoodCliffs I II ed Stan Kenton he runs summer -ladies the rest behave like little
0 Food
e Complete Salad Bar Steaks Sea
SESSION N.J., home, between music schools and Ken
29301 KINGMAN ROA1>- Entertaining Nightly-BOB SILVA at the Keyboard I singing engsgements ton referred her to Matt Bet After the two were dismissed,

Afternoon 4 to I Chessmen Tours Frl., Sat. 8:30 til 1 am --------.--- "The Idea just came to me," ton, who taught in Manhattan, sax heard player to remark Joy Gordon was
,she says "I thought that the Kan, Betton located three saxophone "All rightgirls -
,. ,. time was ripe for another all players ( his shape up or ship out" ,
"", .,i.AI.hA.a3..a :. "' """ I one was own It is obvious at first glance -
A YUM YUM TREAT. "I girl orchestra"A daughter) and joined the band that they shaped up.
y few earlier, the Toronto
himself
ALL YOU CAN EAT-MON.,WED., FRI. SUMMER RATES p years as its musical director.
I born
beauty had fronted Only one musician
Is a real
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I ITALIAN Fantabulous FISH FRY THE ,LIZA MINNELLI Wed.Matinee and s.t, ELLIOTT GOULD Over 2,000 Eyes '

SPAGHETTI. Fried Frinck Frl.iCol. ; q ; New *e s0ge, is piney i. .\ )
I Dell, F..ek C.I.Sin :1.p.mFRI'-. Over 2.000 children have been
Bell A Frl.. 4 Hu. screened thus far in the eye
outlet 11011. A Pu 51"129 screening project
I c.II.TU, 129 BWt.r C.r/N. Tfl BelleK 1 Ja8IS-S.pLl MIAMI BEACH 54, FLORIDA* : t ducted by the Lions being Clubs con at Somuel LOCAL SINGING It.,
.. Howard
the Dadeland Shopping Center Porker,
I Zla1we J1 Now In Ift 5th year! I It was reported) by Anthony lOll of Staff Sergeant and
! YUH-YUH wRESTAURANT $11 : sSQ(:A7miu'mAH N.Y,', long-kunnlna Musical I Porno, at a meeting of the Mrs. Doiol Parker of
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SHI terrines mi use seem- SpKl.1 c. R.t.t Tk Dadeland Uoni Club held 26401 S. Federal
:;'WRECK BAR Yeas un lit iuiert k pe.et w ,..11.. c.il Ari.n. MIIIW Highway
Loco ie the Anstsd ...n.s HI '..2111.'I Thursday at the Summit Rest' leaves for Klngsporr.
I HOLIDAY INN P7In"i> Li VOUIil Wiw* Club Anthem limn. aurant
NEW 1 MI : /r* scLr-PAffKiwaroMexM/ CARS COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE : The Tenn., Tuesday, where he
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I U. S. Route No., Homestead, Florida Tel 247.7020 'I HI S-2SI1 A I will last will work in a movie' called
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NEW MANAGEMENT. FINE FOODJT 3/4 MIDGET RACES Win An Original Oil Paintingby |', The. screening Dadeland 1s booth.free and InI .

I eludes a visual test and color Meet
Tom Gallagher I test and is sponsored by the
Etter EVERY SATURDAY KITE I local Lions Club in their workof thinspector'
saving vision.NATIONAL.
Dint at the V

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LOUNGE W # I hower President dedicated Dwight "Sagamore D. Eisen. v ( i N v always

Drawings Every Mon. & Thurs. Nit. 7:30 Hill" the home of Theodore oa the

i Summer Festival of Values Island Roosevelt, as In a national Oyster Bay shrine Long In lobl
STEAK HOUSE 1933:

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1 FLA. CITY SPEEDWAYFASTEST ij Jumbo Hamburger or Seconds On 1"---

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Choice a. or Iced Tea
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i Children Under 12 ac. Time.Trials I
LOUNGE 5150 companied by parent 7 p.m. the 3&tb lion 6
PAR TEE STEAK HOUSE 1 Intl.Tax Admitted FREE +
First Roc w ''YS/1e1G RESTAURANT and LOUNGE ICOl..UIl.pwVlSlOl!'
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who is studying automation amuse w.5,. I pm
of leisure time during a
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of Wilfrid local residents.C. Thomas, in this. BUICK KE-BIRD Roma Restaurant I SPECIALS THE WEEK OF CASH

country as a State Departmen
SPl SIi yU fFEt visitor in the foreign leader exchange Slacq.apmMoasat.Sales Department I Thun. 8-ox. T.80n. Steak . . . .$1.45 For

program was I cues Fri., FiIlO, Large, Plol" . . . . .7Sc

of Mr.the and day.Mrs. Orville nailerfor (S.rvlce loci. Ra4latorSbop Department) Set 14-01. Dolmonlco Steak '. . . .$1.9S Your CarS

sm .5 pm Mon..Frl Sun.-I' 01. T.Bone Steak . . . . $2.25 G & L
After tour el tvergledea .
e and I am .12 Noon Sal ROMA FIESTA-Deify-cif the spaghetti' you con eat 'Si ,
National Park Themes I
the Hallers ...nt the evening CLOSED SUNDAYS Each Dinner Includes Salad and Drink Choice of Spagh.ttl Motors Corp.

tr- with, Mr. and Mrs. Todd 520 So. Krome Avenue I Dr French Frl... Dsilcious O.IIe Stick. I Mlle No. .f PrInceton

:- Swatm friends .f the Hallers In Palmetto CI 74131 CE S-TSU I 145 N. Krome Av.. Florida City (Closed Mon) 241.0112 I Dixie Highway
at their C.untry' new hem Club letetes.His .-.."..-........-.......,.,-....-.. NINNNINNXNNNNNNINIINNIMNNMMIIMINNNIMNIM

Interest la the appliance ALLEY OOP 8y v. T HAMLIN
in the Swains borne led, to discussions .

of how American. 1 __ 1. _. __ .. ..__ ..uu .
spend their leisure time Dore our q wt TWUJK t'sqVS TIIycea y44miae'
huJi s PON'r gas TMSiTInNIc
Thomas produces the Wllfrii fluitrtr. suers 100 uat+ortTWcTItsAa itw I ir elowtlIi i.t .aJS1 V gtt I I
Thomas Show for New Zetlan
and Australian Broadoastini
e. wig to f41'a i s Commission Is cotnmentatoi
for the network's World In Ac-

{ f w tlon series, senior producer for
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International Broadcasting Co
of London, federal director of i OooHS
light entertainment for Auatra.
Man Broadcasting Commission
and advertising manager fo
Shell Oil Co., New South Wales. 0
STANLEY LEFKOWITX, Ph.D.ef SW 89thCourtexamines cancerous cells with E Ee Ei
a microscope during a tour of young people or Variety Children's Research Mrs. Hailer, his hostess In ,
Foundation. Left to right arc Michelle Roiinek, Aaron Stern and Riccl Ketz. Homestead International, la chairman affaire de.forthe ) k.


Throughout South Dade MondayB'naiB'rith Club partment of Hemeitaed..f the Weman'e HospitalIty 2 # h VOI k ACT.MeraMR. }'_ _

for State Department visit 1WM z
ers la I phase .f this depart Djs owpr /
Youth To Sell menfa work. LliiHrNeeii 1Y1 'D
ANYMNarri
I Anyone Interested. la extendIng rltBUfli
hospitality to foreign visitors *

Tags For Cancer SocietyThe program here is under encouraged the exchange to no c1"isuaaTANDMt "

lily Mrs. Haller. CI 7435t a

B'ntI B'rlth Youth Or- earmarked for: 7S2 grant from the American
ginlzation, composed of appro. 1. Research at Variety Cancer Society.
innately 1,000 teenagers in the dren's Research CbIl'1 Among those making the tour r
Greater Miami area will ton and the University of were Michelle bunch Aaron t
duct a tag day Monday for the 2. Treatment (drugs etc.) tol Stern and Bier lCa tI. a wIThae.
American Cancer Society, all patients Greater Miami who, "> -
fund to be used locally, and are unable to pay I Civil Rights Bill 1+tmxnnEtTnwvtm*!.
earmarked specifically for leu 3. Special pant for a sum _
kemU. mer scholarship to a young MtUiM Tittt1 TlI/Q1I/ w .tAT 2 WBLIOM/ 1bdcYEtia
They will be collecting major scientist who will work specifically To Be Discussed p"cm''i sOtw traRat witw"b .. will f uarLs.aYytiwTdta,0rrIwsCIUT
1 Ti sS1oIK.OODme
ws ie
in the field of leukemia
shopping areas from Holly P a 1D TMEIAWRA7MSR n U/1Ll At : CAW NAPPERf IAWalY6aa 10I1'tt1l
wood to Homestead from I Irving Schulman, Florida regional 4OD... rawov
am.tlUlpm. Last week some of the members director of the Antl-Defamation TMDLIW AIKr.r.
It will be the tth annual of B'nal B'rith Youth Or. League, will speak at, ,
tag day these young people anizatioa visited research labs, a meeting of the Shalom Chap, ,U e .
hive conducted for their community working under the American' ter B'Nal B'rita Women meet >s
1FI zS
service endiaver. Cancer Society grants at Variety Tuesday at I p the Chase
Money from the drive will be Children's Research Foun Federal Bank DDtDe d.
elation and the University of His subject will be the public Airman J. W. Unison

IYKT.DOUAR HEW Miami accommodation section of the M Leaving Lackland Z
Amen, the scientists they new Civil Right Law.. .
Veur. C Iitr ,",.T" sew there was Stanley Letkowlts Arrangement for Schulman
FLOHIDA ri6ittMUSEUM Ph. D. of SW 55thCourt to speak were made by Mrs Brinson Sent ) q
a
Kendall, who la working I Mark Rubin, program vicepresident \.
at Variety Children's ... Mrs. Mark Fuchi
f' .
.M: |iti HemetteeeV Io IllinoisAirman
starch Foundation en a $1.> president will preside

OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS I I'I
a. I John W. Brinson of
28400 SW 192nd Ave, UodeL.to .
has completed the first
Will PROGRAM LOGFull phase of hU Air Force basic newsue/ vAN AID 1 piRTAsIJW oluaD Trtls Hay.MOluf C7USOSaTioruw
raining at Lackland AFB.Tex. AMOT.ROldes osa'6AUO twVat iDTAKso" 2 DON'S KNOW T/ae +lro fw
II TM.CA&THs'TIMIl s MAFTA tAVt
Tim. a.m. Radio-Western-Country and Gospel Music He has been selected for aesEo cooape eerENsaI4lO1 vN I I T MME
miinten- v.4Rn'ae0.7M
training as an aircraft 6' twsf xTR / euWAN
nee specialist the Air 4Pbl I COULDTALK MuA MrW OOia4
RADIO LO" NEWS AND Command School at ALOUD FOR C .4PMN-.uDMOW GfFKS i-01Cai
WEATHER Training TMAT sere a.wasdpt t+aaolaP5etLos

S am to I am .,,.-.. Ed Smith ON THE HOURBASEBALL Chanute The airman AFB, whose 11L mother Is GIaaH.or7Mspweso1 ocr

I am to I am ,...H.nk Cubhall Mrs. Wattle L. Brinson la a i

S am to 1:15.m ..... ..... News SCORES graduate of Mays High School T ,, '
1/4 PAST THE HOUR
S: S. ,.. .._.....Ross. Stone Perrine PetersTo
11:30 am to 12 noon ... Almanac HEADLINES ON THE a

12 noon to 1.30 pm ..Cracker Jim' /a HOUR Have Guest V
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130: pm to J pm ....John Triplett Speaker Sunday .

3 pm to I pm .....Hank Cutihall Prizes and Surprises

I pm to t pm ...Happy Harold Rev. James 'T. Walker Sr.
will preach at the 11 am
I pm.to S.IS pm _....... .News ANYTIME ON YOUR service Sunday at Perrina Fe- : V

':IS pm to 7 pm .. John Trlplett HOMETOWN SOUTH DADE etra Methodist Church
He It pastor of Kerry Memorial _
STATION. .. Church of Bowling -
Green 1[,. His son, James T. 0m
,LISTEN FOR THE RINGING BELL Walker Jr., le the asaoclati '* -\ +
minister this summer ef the 7 aL Mu.w.
'errine P a Ie re Methodist H lCJtIN1! e'e sS
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Search Pushed For. \ Owner' d w u.E ,


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Of Car Abandoned In CanalState


Highway patrol troopers The car was first reported driver climbed out of It to safety .
stymied In their search for by a passing motorist, who sale and- perhaps shaken by the r
the owner or driver of a car Its exhaust pipe was still ho accident left the scene.
r found lodged between the banks when he spotted it and stopped later when he was unableto
of a narrow South Dada canal at about 12:20: p.m. on that t
the registered
find owner,
M July 15, are seeking Informs day.There was no occupant and Strader went back: with a homemade y r p li
lion from the public.Company no one In sight, he told Trooper grappling book and h
J
Ralph Strader. searched the bottom of the narrow 1 1 1 1' i,

,gyp Cites The car, wedged between canal Wednesday.The .
banks of an unnamed canal cir itself offered few
a., parallel to little-used Allapat clues only a man' dark tie
Paul Indianer I tab Extension east of Homestead in the otherwise empty glove
Air Force Base bears compartment and a pair of
South Dad Insurance man,1964 Florida license 1W-3504. men' well-worn aborts and I
Paul S. Indlanar wa among A check of records indicatesthe one rubber beach shoe on the .
.1 tile top 10 salesmen in the na list registered owner of the car floor.
lion lat month for hla Insurance car to be A. Santlagl of 13835 In the water were a matchingshoe
company SW 77th Ave., in the Kendallarea. and a light-colored shirt
A thorough March of the car
E Indlaner'a July sales totaled Dr. B. Goldstein a piychla. yielded only one more clue -'
$251,664, ranking him eighth blot at Jackson Memorial Hospital a plastic bag under the rear
nationally in personal produc- lives at that address. lie seat, which contained a few
tion among 3,500 representative told Trooper Strader that a stamps torn from envelope,
for Franklin Lift Insurance woman named A. Santlagl bad and a number of other stamps h
Co. of Springfield, III worked for him around Christmastime loose near the bag.
H. received special recognition last year, but be lost In the It day since the car
from company president GeorgeE. track of her when she left his was found on Its aide partially .
a Hatmaker. employ. in the canal, nobody baa
Anyone knowing the where com forward to claim it; it
He head South Metro In. about of Miss'or Mrs. Santlagl bas not been reported missingor
ROB ADAMS, scribe, Undo Sulll, sponsor, and Paul surance Inc., of 16814 S. Dixie or anyone with knowledge of a stolen S and effort to trace
Baby, master counselor of the South Miami Chop Hwy near Perrin. more recent owner of the car, the Santlagl woman have led t 1
ter, Order ef DeMoloy were among the) 13 members Ancient InstrumentThe I. asked to contact this newspaper to dead end.
who worked on a car wash Saturday at Phillip' it CI 7-2321 or CE 83393 Police laid there is a possibility
66 In Suniland. Th. club robed vine was an ancient or their nearest highway that the sold the car to
from the with which approximately $65 Undu musical instrument originally patrol office. someone else, but that the sale MYSTERY CAR IN SOUTH DADE CANAL Is studied by Trooper Rloph Strader
project, they plan to tend two. a seven-stringed harp; Trooper, Strader invesllgat- has not yet been recorded instate of State Highway Patrol. The car, a cream-colored 1955 Buick, was unoccupied
delegate and two advisors to a conclave at Jacksonville later an Instrument of the ruiI I log the report of the motorist records I process that when it was found July 25 wedged into a narrow, but deep, canal along
Monday through Wednesday. (Staff photo tar type. It still li used InIndia. 'who discovered the cir, said frequently takes a* much as little-used Allopattah Exteniion. Officials have been unable to trace its lost
by Dan Phifer) I he had first assumed that the :six weeks. registered owner.

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Sears Homestead Store (Only! Shop Thurs., Fri. 9;am til 5:30 pm Sat. 9 am 'til 9 pm I 19 Scouts TourWashington

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NO MONEY DOWN I D. C.

Nineteen Greater Homestead tomb of the Unknown Soldier
youth are back: from a two- and President Kennedy's grave
week: sightseeing trip to Washington "At' the grave a technical sergeant
D.C., during which theytoured accompanied us down the
national shrine and 'VIP' walk: that took u* right
seats of government, met their to the grave," wrote Garry. 'On
UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY congressman and caught a this walk: people like Mrs. Ken-
glimpse of Lynda Bird John nedy and President Johnson
have gone to the grave.
son.The youths, all membersof "We then went to the Cur-
Bey Scout Troop 445, left tris-Lee Mansion home of Rob-
July 21 abeird the tl'OOllM, ert E. Lee.
accompanied by Scoutmaster At the Capitol Building"we
Charles Anderson and his asslitant got to alt In the seats
S SAVE $60.07 Frank Atkins. where the representatives
: d on Three military installations themselves sit,"' related Chry.c .
+ between Homestead and Washington "Our guide told us that
played host to the boys very few tourist hive done
for their overnight atop along this. We alto got to lit In
the way: Jasksonvllle Naval the speaker's teat.
Air Station Myrtle Beach Air "We then went to lit in the
ALL Force Station and Cherry Point gallery in the Senate chamber
FROSTLESS
Marine Air Station. because the Senate wa in ses
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Troop member Garry Chrycy sion."
has act down an account of At the Smithsonian Institute
their trip. they law the Hope Diamond
While vlaltlna Washington the Wright Brother
the Scouts stayed nights at first plane Lindbergh's "Spiritof
14.1 Cue Ft. ColdspotRefrigerators nearby Arlington Naval" An- St Louis" and many more
L nex. thing of interest A trip to the
5 They visited the Lincoln Memorial White House followed where
It
IS then the Washington some of the boys saw Lynda
_- Monument where some of the Bird Johnson.'
boys walked the 898 steps to the A doubloheaofor between the
S vtI Senators and the Whit. Sax
Regular 359.95 top."We later went to the Capitol baseball teams, visit to the
\ Powerful Homart 1-HP building and met Dante Supreme Court building Bureau .
iM IIlII Faseell, who Is conrgetaman ef Printing end Engraving
'" I from our own district In Washington Cathedraland
Lawn 88 Florida," continued Chrycy.He the Shrine of the Immaculate
Sprinkler Pumps took us en a small tour of Conception, and George
,, the Capitol building. We nextwent Washington's home at Mount
) te the Jefferson Memorial. Vernon, rounded out their
... ." stay ,
S VE$1S.10' In following day they aw Scouts who made the trip
4988 the National Archives Building, Included Carter Anderson
\ Regular $64.98 which homes such documents Frank Atkln Jr, John Brames,
a* the Declaration of Independence Chrycy, Tom Collins, Bill Del-
and the Constitution saw lert, James DIBenedetto Neely
When you buy Sears: Homart sprinkler pumps the Federal Bureau of Investigation Lewis, John and Michael Mac-
you know yqu are getting finest quality. Designed where "they show !kel, Gerald and Richard Mama
,especially for South Florida you can count ? ed us the chemistry department Robert Moore David Raska,
and the firing rang where ,Fred Runken, Jack Stanley
on powerful operation at low low cost. \
I Every convenient feature I Bottom a man shot a machine gun and Matt Theme Jr. Frank Vel.,
,All other off a .38 caliber gun" then the lantl and Kyle Wlngo
I >. pumps $10 regular price freezer holds 161-lbs. of food I Space
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