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Gainesville. ,How And Why Smythe Was Fired .






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UJijr Ntlq tr Homestead Greater Majority


By RALPH TEMPLES Edition

This seems to be the season Thinking
to put managers on the Every Sunday and Thursday

hot about seat them, circulate and folks petitions who Covering Homestead, Florida City, Leisure City, HAFB, Naranja, Princeton, Goulds and the Redlands Detailed

hire and fire them, ask for I

recall elections, and Otherwise Vol 53 No. 67 HOMESTEAD,_ FLORIDA, THURSDAY_ AUGUST 20, 1964 16 PAGES TEN CENTS PER COPY
launch ,. _........ By JEANNETTE THORN
campal g n s Kffl ..:. r:
that make life ,'*" Directors of James Archer
::.
even warmer '.If" ., Smith Hospital broke their 11day -
.
for persons \ Hence Tuesday afternoonto
presumed to e e reveal details surrounding

be charged the firing of Hospital Administrator -

sibility.with respon- POLICE ANt GAMBLING B. Barton Smythe.

Three of the six men who

Opposed ss voted for Smythe'f dismissal
I am to conformity talked frankly for more thanan
I now 1 hour with press represents-
find it neeTemples lives and released minutes of
weary to initiate a' petition. the two controversial board
meetings which resulted in the
The status of a manager or
reigning power isn't necessarily firing
at stake at least as NOT LINKEDFEARSONLastDitch Beard President George
of this writing but it Pena (local I optometrist) lifetime -
could become so. board member Dr.
You may recall my writing James Archer Smith and medical -
some weeks ago of innocently staff representative to
planting four seeds some the board Dr. Joe Burton aid'
one had given one of the their had agreed to explain'
children at home. publicly the events surroundIng -
The seeds sprouted prompt. I -7 t Says He Can'tTie the dismiss! "to quell
ly and vigorously into a vine I I rumor," and "to give the
that strangled a small transplanted f public the true story.

tree that was my real I I r rIf All three said they felt they
for working in the
reason
tEj Ex-Officers were speaking for the six mem-
yard at that time.
hers of the board who voted tofire
The vine grew about like
Jack's beanstalk only hoiilontally Island the administrator

Instead of vertically.It Dr Burton spokesman for
spread from a back corner To Vice EitherHomestead's the three directors said a ma-
of our yard towards the nrity of the board felt that "we
house and street In front; ouldn't have I mm (as administrator -
around the garbage cans and police department came out 01 ) who would not follow -

onto the trash pile. City Manager Olaf Pearson's probe for corruptionwith the direction of the peoplehe
As it spread I learned from Effort SetA a clean bill of health. worked for"
the well-intentioned donor of :, Before acting, he said the ale
tt In his report to the City Council Monday night,
the seeds that we were growing who voted to fire Smythe had
Pearson said he believes that "there does not exist
Cuban pumpkins (or is it weighed the possibility that
squash!) )last-ditch effort is being planned to salvage J at this time, any connection of police personnel 01 their action might adversely

Recently came word that the Islandia development proposal set forth by Gov. I the Homestead department and illegal or illicit activity affect the current funds cam.pains .
"
the vine had to go. .. within this city, for a new hospital."But .
There was some protest. Bryant.At Questioned by Mayer Dick I felt that If we had
the request of John Monahan, State Road
Followed by word that it j v Conloy,. |lust back frees a Hospital 'lest confidence In the men
Board member officials from the state Monroe .
was not only uncomfortableand month's vacation In North who would handle e $2 million
irritating to step over and Dade counties and Islandia! will be guests of Carolina, the 'city manager protect\ (the proposed 1M
and through the vines and Islandia Mayor Luther Brooks at a cocktail party made It clear that his statement Membership bed hospital en a 250-bed
weeds and grass underneathto and buffet at the Ocean Reef Club. Friday refers to the men intently chassis) we couldn't continue
get to the garbage can but en the department. Meet Called to retain him..
that the growth was a nice A mooting scheduled' this r faf Asked if his probe might Dr, Smith and Dr. Pent
place for snakes to live and Man Admits post Tuesday between officials have Indicated a possible tie- agreed that Dr. Burton's summation
-
Ten of the 308 voting members
there were) certain persons of the Miami. Dade in ,with the department as I It James Archer Smith was accurate.
of
around the house who weren't Chamber and Monroe County was constituted at the time of have called Burton said the problem came
going to walk through any Vandalizing officials was called off, acterding1 suspended Chief Thomas Ho- Hospital Corporation to a bead when Smythe removed
such area to % &.. Johnny) bang ,arrest by his own men, s special meeting of the membership Mrs Elizabeth Reeder;
f 31' at
After a tell. days of toting Own House Cotton Jr., because lack of Pearson said, That just might the for hall 8 p.m.of'Aug.St. 'John longtime supervisor of
the garbage out 1 became enthusiasm on the part alt be, Mr. Mayor,"' parish and assistant
convinced the manager was Martin ,J. Wieder 19 SW Islondle' Interests. M However, under further Episcopal Church. from her duties and
the special
really serious on that, point, 4th, Street was. arrested Saturday questioning he Indicated hohao Reasons for that she was on leave,
Cotton said he called off tbe spelled out In a
of the vine have with making concrete evidence' of mooting are reassignment' elsewhere
so portions and charged > no
meeting when he learned notice mailed to members
been rerouted and a path to false reports of commissions the Islandia manyof such tit-Ins' Involving either hospital nurser'j j
property owners Monday, as follows
cleared. officers or Smythe based the
the garbage cans of crime. I present police
longer willing to and act a
were no give 1. To discuss upon i
But still there is talk about Bond was set at $500 but thoM who resigned duringthe results of a routine
land for the of \ .11'
up development resolution calling upon
getting that unsightly vine Jude Jack Turner ordered I first phase of his Investlcation. 'oC narcotics records and
the system of roads and parks elected members of the board
out of the yard, even though Wieder's release in custody of I IHoban. edures at the hospital, In
fruit it. provided lo Bryant's plan. I,f directors of the hospital to : Charles J. Sanchez
it has unripened on his father-in-law. suspended by rear- Inspector
And there are protests for A warrant secured by detective The Bryant plan calls for the son on the morning following resign before the annual meet. had found discrepancies, Burton -
at least three of us want, to Walt Sagesw charged construction of a causeway to I KIM BOYD end his faithful dog Rinty pose outside his arrest, continues In the log, Sept. 22, and to stand for. said. He termed the var-
enable the
see just how far that vine Wieder with six false reports Islandia, two roads down the o motel where they are staying after their' home same status because "I don't re-election to nominate corporation lances "human error,"
will spread what the fruit of vandalism. island chain (one will be a burned lost weekend. Rinty roused the Boyd family want to prejudice his trial Aug. members to board of i The central narcotics registers
will\ be like etc. Wlodor signed a conftsslon scenic drive along the ocean), after their home caught fire (Staff photo ly Dan 27," the city manager told the md elect a complete the responsibility of Mrs.
their choice. -
Besides nearly a fourth of In which he admitted cutting a causeway or bridge to upper Phifer) council.He own Reeder.
the lawn now doesn't have to telephone wires loading 'Into Key Largo and a Monroe County sidestepped attempts by 2 To discuss and act upon A Ittter from Sanches to

be mowed, even though I may his own house twice on Aug. built road to connect with U. Burned Out the mayor to get him to say any other matters with which Smythe, dated July 23, states
have to rent a hay moweror 10th and breaking out windows S. 1 near Garden Cove. Family whether he Intends to rehire oroporation members, are "11m sure the discrepancies
similar equipment when In his house. On Aug. 7 or restore Hobsn to duty IIthe properly concerned for the noted, particularly In the central -
the tine does fade away. ho slashed throe tires en his Tom Maxey of the Islandia' chief I is found Innocent of benefit of the hospitalAt narcotic stock records
Too some of the neighborsare car 'and cut the telephonewire. Chamber of Commerce sold RintyProves he charges which include Improper least 103 members must are not of any criminal nature
watching, sad they Again en Aug. I ho cut property owners on Islondia' left turn and driving be present at the mooting or but exist due to the records
should not be deprived of a the telephone wire. On Aug. are still ,Interested ,In the ..ov..mor' while Intoxicated."I represented by duly certified and Inventory not being checked
little extra free amusement ho cut the wires twice. proposal' end would should think that would proxy to constitut a quorum. periodically and represent an
for they have enough serious Wieder called the police in welcome the mooting with have to bo decided en the The notice of meeting states accumulation of human errors
things to ponder, such as increased each occasion and Intimated county officials from Dado Loyalty Again basis of the applications we that members who called the over II prolonged period of
taxes need for a that juveniles were commiting and Monroe.If have had, when the time meeting "believe that providing time."

hospital police protection the acts.On the plan should be adoptedand comes," Pearson stared. an adequate nonprofit non Queried Wednesday, Ssnches -
poor garbage and trash service one occasion he went outside any of the Islandia ownersare Ririty. a /5-year-old German shepherd dojr His report said he believes political impartially operated said the Investigationwas
city and county managers and threw a rock through hold-outs the land could be has been a loyal friend since puppyhood ,to her Homestead "has the base of a hospital is a moral obligationto routine, was instigated by
hospital administrators school I window while Metro officerB. acquired through condemnation master, young Kim Boyd of near Homestead. fine police force" and that the citizens of this commu him, end "certainly' was not
and earning a liv proceedings, Maxey ssid. lie ._ direction could make nit and that resolutions
opening Jones was Inside the house. When Kims father, Army proper >: for the purpose of harming
After several Incidents appeared before the Internal Spec. E6 James Boyd it "one of the finest In this spelled out in the call -would anyone,
ing.In light of all\ this I seem Improvement Board I tried to telephone the contribute to the overall bar
Motre police staked out the Tuesdayand stationed at Panama, state. "1 bad no Idea the situation
to have no alternative to area surrounding the house said Islandla favored going protected 9year-old' Kim department" but the line Pearson's report called for mony so necessary to accom had gotten ao out of hand" helaid
launching a Save the Vine and Wlodor even hod nolgh- ahead with the plan.If snakes on more than dead related Mrs. Boyd. several Innovations to Improvethe plash that end." referring to rampant gossip -

Campaign.Your lion hiding In the woods the 'Islandia developmentplan casion. had already seen department including a about a hospital board split
help is needed.At nearby end on roof-tops gets the ..-.h..d Dado flames and summoned strong: recommendation that a Bishop Heads and a Reeder-Smythe vendetta.
the bottom of this watching for vandals.A County will have te build approximately In Not th Carolina firemen. It was too civil service program be initiated "Certainly there was no
column Is s coupon, which window was broken on one five te seven alerted the family to live the house which as something men ofthe Kiwanis GroupEdwin criminal intent," he continued.
you are asked to fill in and occasion while officers were miles .f approach roads to night when a trash fire to the ground, but out department "are entitled "These were imply' bookkeep-
mail to me. watching the area but saw none the causeway. Monroe County door posed a possible on the grove prop ta" H. Bishop has been lag errors that we were calling
To be fair about the matterI enter or leave the neigh- would have to build between to the Boyd's house. were saved A civil service organisation elected lieutenant governor of to the attention of the administrator -
have included in the box a rarhood. 13 and IS milts .. rood. I for city employes has he 17th Division of the Florida so that they could be
place for you to vote for or The father in law, an In. Monroe County officials have Last weekend Rinty week the homeless fam boon under study for some District of Kiwanis Internition- corrected."
against saving the vine. ustrlalist, even called the police indicated approval of the plan' 'I her worth again. In the staying at the Rose Mo- months by a council committee al., Minutes of e special called
But to be doubly fair. I and demanded action, if Monroe residents would be hours Sunday 'in Niranja. Alongside h.adoellt" Councilman The division is comprised of meeting of the hOIpIt.llto.rtl.
must tell you that a vote to Lt. Richard' Hayward telephoned liven a better deal. They would I dog aroused Mrs. bed each night, as .1: Herman Marks. So far, the 14 clubs from Miami to Key' Aug. 4. to discuss election,
save the vine will prove that and asked Wiedor's like a park in Monroe County barking her bedside in sleeps the faithful committee has boon unable to West.A iroceduros for the upcomingboard
you love husbands and little wife why hr husband had near the Dade County line and home at 17900 Silver ,. agree on the frame work on past president of the Down election, Sept. 22 reflect
children. A vote to kill the Drive. of Boyd at Home- which civil service would Miami Kiwanis Club Bishop
made the false' reports and would agree to the ocean driveon city town that M,.. Reedor appeared ef
vine will be a vote againstAll her reply according te tgt.Sagossor Key Largo if the state would The bouse was filled Air Force Base, where bo bssod. is district sales manager that meeting to defend her
tats was: "Oht You know underwrite the entire cost They smoke. stationed with the Army (Continued on Page Ten) of Delta Air Lines "If-
have to do Is place Agency have
you about 'It." would also like free to Mrs. and her come
Boyd
access aid According to the minutes, at
check cr x in the appropriate family's with cloth
a Wieder then went to the'deective the parks on Islandia from Mon awoke Kim and all
the east four times In the meeting -
place and mail couponto and other necessities. Inequities Cited
division at Perrine Station roe County.If and
Rlnty.8C.ped Mrs. Reeder's status
Box Homestead, house valued was
me at 339 at 110-
4 and admitted the hoax. these conditions flaming house. There "
were referred to as "dismissal.
Perrine Ave., J'errin. owned
630 was by Capt. Don
or
.. Later the warrant was secured agreed on Monroe then wouldbe time to save any of 2)"I MacArthur of Miami. The Burton In the press conference
If you care to write a letter and the arrest was made *jy detectives willing to build the mainhighway longings, except a cedar ', cared for the lime New AssessmentRole Tuesday first spoke of It
Sagesser and WillyLePet.rs. through the center of Mrs. I "
feel free to do so. I assure containing Boyd's on the property. as "letting Mrs. Reeder go
the bland. ding gown. I but later amended It to the
you that all appropriateones .. of the fire Is unknown
will be read by the persons Metro firt officials are In. Voted DownHomestead term "reassigned."

The who coupon should: read them. follows Plaything Onto Road ,. He said felt the that majority Mrs. Reeder'areput.tion of theboard

washed down the corrected, but not on a partial ss a nurse had been
. . t. . Dade Women rain Monday a new assess- ba 2 Killed Car. The reversion spells some the change of status had "some-
. Boy, BY Gronouski ment program that had cost midnight-oil sessions for City what blemished the character

Save the vIDe : .... the city more than $3,000 and Manager Olaf Pearson who of a woman guilty of no crlm-
. I women of Dade Instructed Its tax consultant to must re-draft the proposed' Inal act."
I John H. Hardee Jr., who Hardec, who have two other boy and another child were Introduced Sunday devote his time to correcting 1964-65 budget, and for coun I' This was their reason, he
. I U the viDe would have been 2-yeara-old children playing with a boor can I General John A. glaring Inequities in the old cll members who must adjust aid, for moving that she be
.1
. Aug. 28, was fatally injured Hardee was assigned to the side of the rood, at a reception given tax rolls. and approve Pearson's figuresby reinstated, and that all letters -

r. . . yesterday afternoon when Homestead Air Force Base ontemporary when the can wee thrown Democratic Women's He is also to concentrate onssessments Oct. 1. and directives to her .be
truck by a car on U. S. 1 at duty from the roadway the little of Dade County at the Du. The new figures were inac- osclnded. The motion carried -
.
in the '
-
newly anexed
approximately. 279th Street AFB, S. C. Sb.w'l followed. Plaza Hotel. cep table because of errors end with Mrs. Faye Bognor
II at the west
area city's
W I A T RH The accident took place Metro deputy H. A car driven by Sara the South Dads peo limits. inequities that came to light staining' from the vote, the
HL1 Rainfall about 4:15 p m., and the child port shows that a car of homestead swerved fnt were Mra. Polly ern during equalization hearings minutes show
Sunday 93 'l1 ,41 died 30 minutes later at the by Alfred Max Towner of avoided hitting the Balfe of nomf tead. Col Sole vote against the reversion last week and because "we Also according to the min.utu
Monday 93 70 Homestead Air Force BaseHospiUl. ron, Ohio, struck the Towner was too close I Ira. Carl W. Markham of to the old figures was asked for adjustment of Inequities "Mrs.' (Lucille) White
Tsculay 93 11 Towner did not see him At.1 time he saw the boy. 98th Avenue and their Mayor Richard Conley wbosaid and got practically a asked Dr Smith U he had endorsed
W dneaday 86 70 %..58l' The child was the son of Airman time ta stop, he said.A Towner applied his Mrs. Eleanor Easer and he would favor the move I total reassessment program" Smjrthe's action. Dr
. 1C and Mrs. John II. witness, told Hunter (Continued on Page Cindy I If all the inequities can be ,council members said. (Continued on Page 11)


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Page Two The NEWS HADE Thursday, M '



Reconsider Campaign Role Section Annexed ,




Carpenter Asked By Board I By City May Get



I Street LightingHomestead
Director of James Archer greater than you might to fill vacancies on the boar
Smith The board compiled. wittwo -
Hospital Tuesday night think.
Monday night t t night, the council:
agreed to ask a resigned head of his throe rIIIu..taTu.lClay
t a of the new hospital fund driveto Many people on whom he night, when It unanimously ," called for cost estimates on I e Set s precedent by do-
+ reconsider his decision and had counted for substantial agreed to support the which the City Council can base eating its monday expense allowance
return to his volunteer post support have called him In the fund drive and building plan IU decision of whether to supply of $50 per member
as embodied In campaign lit- street! lights to the newly-: toward trip of
last few days, telling him to ., expenses the
Charles C. Carpenter, one of "count' them out," Carpenter orators, and urged Its committee annexed area at the city' Homestead All Star Softball
four associate chairmen of the said, because, they told him te bogln screening applicants western boundary.Sparked Wll. team which need some $ oo
fund drive and iU largest single "we will not subscribe to anything fer the administrator by Councilman council, to travel to the date tournament .
contributor to date, last weekend where personalities and pett. llam Dickinson the The team, having won
withdrew his "support of politics are allowed to reign voted to "bend every effort'. the district championship: hai
Whether board members with
the area.Funds
toward lighting
time and money" from the cam over good common sense." raised about $300 on it* OWn.
ongoing terms should step dew f.r the program are
.
paign.In The Council donation will
I Carpenter called for unanimous round
aa Carpenter asked or continue available as a portion e>f the
a Utter te board menvbers I commitment of the board In their posts, 1* an individual ..,.*. of the city' new out the required expensei.e .
and the professionalfund of directors and medical staffto decision, they agreed. bend issue which has been Granted the Homestead-
director Carpenter said carry out existing buildingand allocated for rehabilitation Redland Republic Club Use
h. had decided te resign campaign plans giving However three of the four and extension of the present of the court room at the police
"mainly because .f the tur their enthusiastic support with unexplred term Indle.tedthey electrical system.Installation station Monday for a rally
mell and confusion In the do not Intend to resign of the lights but refused the .
He asked for the early appointment meeting organization
"My |lob, job and the
'7 __LUll I DONNA PRO of Cutler minds ef the people .f this I ef a "trained: and ,job ef everyone your connect could get under way as soon permission to set upa
community ceased by the action qualified hospital administrator ,. as expansion of the municipal trailer headquarters on
Ridge smile with this fund anoalen
happily 01 ef the board en Friday raising 11 well along, City .
FALL SESSION who will be allowed te effectively power plant Krome Avenue.Heard
Rick Shaw disc of has been made much ,
jockey 7."
night, Aug. operate the ....,Italwlth.ut Manager Olef Pearson said.
WQAM, announce that more difficult ky e decisionof In other action Monday e from Pearson a report -
Starts August 31 the had won a record On that date, the board interference frem six members ef the < that representatives of
fired Hospital Administrator B. any Individual or group ef board of directors," Car four[ local insurance agencies
player for wearing the Barton Smyth.. for insubord- Individuals who might not penter'a letter stated. Area Chamber have agreed to serve as a committee
ENROLL NOW fame shad of blue ai the nation after be had refused to see eye te eye with every to draft specificationsfor
cer that we given to Bar- return to ber orl.inalltatu. en move that he makes." He said he decided to with-
the city'i multi-phased Insurance
bora Harris/ of Coral Cables employ he had reassigned. draw his promise of financial Unit Supports
laid he motivated soon to be
Carpenter
DIANA AVERY In was support and to resign a* an II' program
a WQAM drawing. Carpenter's letter laid the by the sizable public Impression social fund chairman "with put out for bids for the first
Shaw, Lee Sherwood and "recent in hospital probably erronlous/ "after time.
SCHOOL OF change administrstion reluctance" and many ReapportionRule
Charlie Murdock, disc bat the firing of Smyth was
( has raised con. hour of debating with myself
Tabled final
e approval of
/ lackeys at WQAM, and Iderable doubt as to the connected with a disagreementover along with the dozens of phone Th. South Dade Council in which the a
proposal city
DANCECALL Ii several hundred teenagers ntentlon of continuing the plans for the new hospital calls I have received from rsponsible board of director of the Miami would finance a Chamber of
and other people turned >lan" (for"a pew hospital along He asked that all memo people in our com -Dade County Chamber of Commerce building for $ilOtoin
out for the "Back to he same! lines av those on' bert of the board step down munlt,." Commerce commended Dante lieu of three years'
School" Fertlvol' held at which the fund drive I* based.) regardless of the length of Faacell this week for his support paymentsof
the annual $5,000 contribution
their term of office and offer He concluded with the statement
the Cutler Ridge Shopping H. called the change ef themselves for re-election in that he ha "no animosity of the Supreme Court de- which the city turns over
CE 3742 Center Saturday. administrators "lIIIt'III.I' ," September, when the entire toward anyone only regret cubit to uphold representation to the chamber, until Aug. 21,
(Staff photo by Don Phi- and said III adverse effect on 308-member( body of stockholders that we were interrupted in avery based on population. when estimate of building cost
Classes Held in Classes Include far) the fund campaign Is much will vote for the first time worthwhile endeavor." The board stated in a resolution are to be opened.
that its members feel the:
e E.It.tTee """" "
the
e Accepted resignation Cutler
RidgeCommunity Inequitable:
policies
present are
e .. Mrs. Mabel Feluso a* acting
In the nation, Florida and InD.d
CenterALSO eg Inner and Je J. lax assessor and restored ber
.
In
Ch'lel e fyrden ONLY County particular.It
11 Advanced 1 to her former position of assistant
Tape further stated that it feel.th.t to the assessor, at her

,,..I.II.t representation should not former salary.
3-i yurt124th FIVE be based on the legislative power e Passed on final reading, a
SiI1or/inera' __ of the minor counties and lengthy ordinance which spells
o Jazz '
Street andAdvanced w + men O that citizens have not been out procedure under which the
Shopping Center eglnner YEARS given their true and rightful city may set up special tax districts
within of representation
privileges to assess resident who
the Mr. Paulo T.I.phon.247.7711 through the present policies. receive the benefit of such improvements -
BallroomArced. a* sidewalks, street
I NICHOLAS R.tlNCORE HOMESTEAD AGO r
o Modern Dance D tights and street! conctructioa
.. Licensed ,. D. FLORIDA / Boat InspectionIs or Improvement.
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I South Dade Area Directory' M Without Available ChargeEdwin Boy Killed


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G. Broadwell Jr. has all of which were functioning
Auto PartsNOW Floor Waxing announced that lit will give
a perfectly, and kidded 97 feet
diseases orrestable could
'. many today, free motorboat Inspection to 4 inches before Impact and

SUN CLEANING CO. not be successfully treated. The science of anyone desiring it Broadwell then carried the boy another
Cutler Ridge Auto Parts Floor Waxing -Window Washing II an inipector-eximlner for theU.S. 98 feet before the car topped.
10867 COMPLETE JANITORIAL SERVICE pharmacy daily yields some fresh solution Coast Guard uxlU.". The speed. limit at the point
.
Ceribbeon Blvd., Opp. ASP .. Broadwell explained that the of the accident la'S milesper
Auto Parts and Tools ...". ? Commercial Industrial 'InstitutionalCall / ) to hitherto Insoluab'e' problem Dependon Job of the auxiliary is to promote hour. According te Hunter .
2710772. Llc".oelnd Insured
safe boating and not that and accident lnvettl/**>erSgt
!
CC 8.1673 FREE ESTIMATES your druggist 01 law enforcement Any boat James Ross, Tewner was

Beauty Salons Guard and Patrol Service that passei the Inspection will within the speed limit.
eeelve a decal but no record Towner, his wife and two
ARDIS BARNARD'S LICENSED e INSURED e BONDED will be made of any boat falling sons were en route to Flaming
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Thursday, August 20, 1964 The NEWS LEADER Pete Three
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I L OBITUARIESMrs. I..I Son Held In Death Of- Two:I



Von Etchen IK. M. Redelnhelmer A dislike-at times Intensefor would have boon payable Incase slabs out of the family gar Neighbors In the Keys area!
his foster father plus a ef eccldent. den. where the Worthlngtons had al

Mrs. Maude Van Eschen, 10, burning desire to continue his Police say the stones apparently cottage reported seeing two
a resident of Miami for 25 William M. Redelsheimer, 88 college studies away from home And the killer bad tried to were the ones used to sets of headlights near the cottage
yean, died at Jackson Memo of 6791 Sunset Drive died Aug may have culminated In Rich make them appear the victims weight down the bodies when Saturday night. I
lal Hospital Saturday. 17 at his summer home on Key ard Worthington killing his par. of a boating mishap off the they were dumped In the canal A light was also seen In the

Sincere Funeral Home Is In Largo.He ents. Keys. The bodies had been wrappedIn cottage Saturday night about |

charge of arrangements, which was the owner of Redel's Pills e arrested I The word of Mrs Karl Howard canvas and tied but gasses the time the car lights were
charge of arrangements, which General Electrical Appliance Worthington Tuesday young and a neighbor of the Worth-I I formed by decaying tissue soon noticed. I Iwh.n 248-0022
forced the of the With Worthington Amerfa'i
who returned them to top young Fastest
,ingtons
are Incomplete. '
in Coral Gables, and was a charged him with first dara.murd.r .
of death of the, water arrested while movingout
hearing the
member of Coral Gables Klwanis er I J1"J
In the death of his of the family home TUII' 280 NE 8th ST. ,\ Growing
Club Riviera couple apparently was the final I I The kllltr tried to create an
Country
foster Mr. and Mrs.
Dillard parents .
EdmondsDillard piece of evidence appearance of a baiting c- day was e long-time friend,
Club, Coral Gables Country; Charles Worthington to young Worthinston's( cldont by driving the Worth. Joel Gebhardt, who police Homestead, Fla. Drug Store J
Club and the University Christ:: le.dln'l
F. Edmonds 86, of The bodies of the She told investigators ington statlonwegon to Big have alto queitlonod. '/
17820 SW 111 Ave., died Aug' ian Church of South Miami. couple were (Next to Kwik Chek) ChainSUPERX \
found In a canal near Florida ing a noise about > pm. Pine Kay and cutting the Young Worthington had
17.He He Is survived by his wife, City Aug. 10. day Aug. 7 that so'inded like boat loose The family station wanted to join Gebhardt at the
came here 18 years ago Dorothy; a son William Jr. of a gunshot I wagon was loft thtre. Bloodstains University of Florida for sometime I Veaa MiMs aa j
from New York City and Is Miami; a daughter, Mrs. Vernon Polle. said Wtdneiday that About noon the next day, I later were found In It. but the family reportedlywas
urvived by his wife, Mary Skinner of Ridgewood, N. Richard hid been Involved Mrs. Howard Mid she saw It Is presumed the killer had pinched for fiances HELPS KEEP
and son, Dillard J. J.. and six grandchildren. earlier In "acts of vloltnce" Richard Worthington and i confederate who drove him Worthington his denied he DOWN THE COST OF
Graveside services will beheld Services will be at 3:30: p.m. i against hit fetter father companion digging concrete 11 back to Miami from the Keys. killed his parents. .i
today at 11 a.m. at Miami today at Van Oradel Coral Ga
Memorial Park with Van Ors bles Chapel, with. burial at They declined to add details Staying HealthyNot
del Coral Gables Mortuary in Woodlawn. except to say the case has "a
charge. long background of hatred." only do you pay lots every dayat

Mr. Mrs. Ruelle If police know they haven't Super.X for high quality pro.scrlption .
disclosed a motive for the killing .
Odes Ray Holler !. Join the smart car 0 service but today's

Private funeral services were Mr. and Mrs. Octave Ruelleof But if young Worthington did modern drugs get you wall faster
held Wednesday afternoon at 3838 SW 74th Ter.. South it, there is speculation as to Q keep you well longer. Let us
the Van Orsdel Hialeah-Miam Miami, were buried Wednesday whether the act was one of revenge price your moot prescription..
Springs Funeral Chapel for in a double funeral at Mi or one which he thought buyers who made you'll find we can save you money
ami Memorial Park. would benefit him financially,
of Hialeah,
Odes Ray Haller, 75,
who died Sunday at Hialeah The couple died Aug. 16 Inan enabling him to study at the Prices In Effect through August 22nd
Convalescent Home. Burial wa automobile accident in Ma- University of Florida. He has
In Vista Memorial Park, Hia rianna Fla. Surviving are a been attending Dade Junior the number one
IOn, Robert, of Hollywood, Fla. College.
leah.He was the father of OrvilleW. Van, Oradel Coral Gables The Worthington had a SUPERDISCOUNTSPECIALS 1
Haller of Homestead.A Chapel was In charge of arangemenU. double Indemnity Insurance
retired manager of Dixie! policy en their lives which seller the number

Bedding Co., he came to Hialeah
11 years ago from Philippi,

Hialeah.Loyal W.Va. Order He was of a Moose member lodge of the of I Hospital NewsJAMES II one buy! !


Other survivors include hli -
wife, Marguerite; two other ARCHER Mr. and Mrs. Ernrst Edger. Ii i I
tons, James of Madeira Beach SMITH HOSPITAL ton of 4420 SW 112th Avenue, a
and George of Miami; a daughter HOMESTEAD Helen Hoi daughter, Aug. 10. Chevrolet has always been a favorite car.Nowit's GLACIER CLUB
Mrs. Janet Bolton of For 'land, Marguerite Marsh, Myrtle Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ara more in favor than ever!Just drop by your C
Lauderdale; a brother, John of; Kraus: Cora Street, Angela hill of 10495 SW 60th Court, a Chevrolet dealer's to see why. Look at his wide ICE ir
Akron, Ohio; two sisters Mrs lasso, Imogene Steely, Betty daughter, Aug. 11. assortment of brand-new Chevrolets Chevelles.
Neva Nestor of Philippi, W Jane Sage, Grace Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Esrldeen Bryant Chevy ll's and Corvalrs. Pick the one you wantthen -*
Va., and Mrs. Gay Kelly olNestorville Sharon Crytzer, Mary West of 9441 SW 61st Street, a join all those smart buyers who got a CREAM PINT
W.Va., and five Ocle May White, Gail Quillen,, daughter, Aug. 11. number one deal on the number one seller. Bat NO LIMIT
grandchildren. Marjorie Davis, Walter D Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smithof don't wait too long; there are a lot of other smart
I I Wood, Carl Wainwright, Cassie 8031 SW 98th Ter., a daughter buyers around I IChemktQuxeUeGmtjnCmdr
LeMay, Zeb D. Hutto, William Aug. 13.
Sirs. C. J. Ilartley lie SIZECAMAY
I Lowe, Elizabeth Boreko and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper E. Ottoveglo
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Mrs. C. J. Alice) Hartley. Edward; KlmmeL of 8390 SW 70th St., a NO 7
77, of 678 NW Ninth Street, FLORIDA CITY Anthony daughter, Aug. 14.Suniland LIMIT
Homestead, died Tuesday night Martlno and Mary Whidden. Are ., -1- .
in Sandersville, Ga., where sb I GOULDS Mildred Jarvls Mr. and Mrs. Anton E. Kubickl ;
bad been visiting relatives.A and Debbie Sue Watson. of 5890 SW 102nd St., a
native of Sandersville, shy, LEISURE CITY James Hi- daughter, Aug. 11.
bad lived in Homestead for the rata, Sarah Arman, Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gallagher Chevrolet Impala spore Coupe MARCAL
past several years. I. ready, Louella Dittman, Nnes of 2415 SW 128th Avenue, C
Funeral services are to beat Blalock, Mary Peck and Robert a son, Aug. 13. TOILET 4 i 31
Mt Maria Baptist Church McBurney. Mr. and Mr. Leo Williams !
near Sandersville, with burial ISLAMORADA Herta Van of 14820 SW 104th Court, a I
In the Mt Maria Cemetery Beek. daughter, Au,. 14. TISSUE 1
Time For the services had not I KEY LARGO Viola Reilly. Perrlne Area LIMIT a
been let Wednesday.Mrs. NARANJA Dixie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nackleyof CAaeetfr M41&h&Sport Coap.CAevp .
Hartley is survived bl) Elizabeth Shemko and James 11531 SW 177th Ter., a daughter .
two daughters, Mrs. Annie B C. Lem-Mons. Aug. 13.
Smith and lira. Eakew (Edna), SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS SOUTH MIAMI HOSPITAL 1.25 SIZEANACIN
Smith of Homestead; two sons, Ruth Arseneau. Cutler Ridge Area
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Colon of Homestead and Hubert MIAMI Maggie Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills of ::1 LIMIT 79C
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of Leisure City; five sis- BIRTHS 20700 Eagle Neat Road, a daughter
ten, Mrs. Belle Cook of Macon, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Streetof Au,. 14.
Mrs. Ralph Perry of Atlanta, Homestead, girl, Aug. 11. Kendall Area : 11 NOfItJ spore CI1U .
and Mrs. C. P. Moye, Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Murray L. West, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brookeof
and Mrs. Ola McNeelyof Homestead, boy, Aug. 13. 8421 SW 62nd Court, a
Llndsey 1.49 SIZE
Sandersville and two Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whld- daughter, Aug. 11. LiquidMAALOX
brothers near, Harley F. and Jim den of Florida City, boy, Aug Mr. and Mrs. E. Alicea of 86C
Shurling of near Sandersville. 15. 3302 SW 93rd Court, a daughter J [
Her husbsand died in Homestead Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jarvis Aug. 18.
of Goulds, boy, Aug. 13. Ptrrlno Area
last March, and a third Corsair JlOfI:4 Club Coup.auTNc .
drowning Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien of
Ralph, was a
son victim, May 30. avis of Homestead, boy, Aug. 11832 SW 188th Ter., a dsugb- MAN went use.....IIIYI TEK 69eTOOTH
Her sons and daughters left U. ter, Aug. 13.

Homestead Wednesday funeral. morningto BAPTIST Homestead HOSPITAL Area Mr. and Sunlland Mrs. James Area Gedralof No.l.e4'YOUIt '
attend the
Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal Ferguson 5420 SW 104th Ave., a son, #
of 10875 SW 221st Street, Aug. 10. 39CBRUSH
Mr*. Alice Hansen a son, Aug. 10.Hemettead Mr. and Mrs. George Gilpln CHEVROLET DEALER
Air Force Bate of 13300 SW 83rd Ave., a son,
Mrs. Roy (Alice Keitt) Hansen Mr. and Mrs. John Mackesy Aug. 10. ana Corvette
72, of west Avocado Drive of 2041B Mississippi Ave., a Mr. and Mr. Richard Meredith '
11'al Con.A LlValiietNoJTiiae to buijKoufaluaurtcoIrMWE
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a resident of Homestead since son, Aug. 12. of 2635 SW 81st Ave., a ;
1918, died Tuesday at a Miami Kendall Aree son, Aug. 12. $1.00 SIZE
hosl pta I. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buckof Mr. and Mr. Michael Kentof C
Besides her husband she 1901 SW 67th Court, a daughter 2220 SW 84th Ave., a ion, 59
9.3895
leaves a daughter, Mrs. John. Aug. 10. ,Aug. 13. BAN
nie Nell Madison of Gainesville, .
and three grandchildren. I
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OJbt Ntms Dta! tP.bsabd Letter Ike Gives Opinion Of The Press;

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I. W. CALKINS PMldMt ... .....1iIhw RemarksAtConvention
MA.PIIS a. JU4JH VlM-rrwIdnt ..4SULTH 0.. eN $_, Explains
TIHFUa. CdltnMriptlM Gettysburg

8..w.d 01 T-t551 P.fm. Ca1111
IIII CII ...... the words I
yourself quoted used
......, bf mtli S .s.tb.. Stilt a ...UIa. S4| 1 By BOYD LEWIS 1110"Out this 1.e.5 will clarify for yes' my thinking sad "You, from the mass of the newspaper
=.It.Ml kr Mirter, is tmu WMklri o. .......... Ie ...b parAa President; Newspaper Enterprise Auodation nt. .it,la the _1&11. to differentiate and the relatively few individualsto -
world
(Copyright 1964 by
oe..kakm..bs.ld Boil alb HoBMt b..........FIori'...*.u. IIOIO Tk. K... Lund. Newspaper. Enterprise Assn., Inc.) With felt wl N. _.Id....".. al... ....Ia.ed .._..lIad.... GETTYSBURG Pa. (NEA) Former "1 did not mention reporters photog.
I'IM orrk., ass Pn. "...... President Dwight D. Eisenhower doesn't wantto ,11Ie1l.1. raphers and all the others that have partici-
the
P........ F.orId.. Inn name the "sensation-seeking columnists in the establishment and maintenanceof
-' -, and commentators" he criticized at the Repub- il ; a press coverage In the United States thatis

lican National Convention but he wants it the envy of the world.
Goldwater Has ClarifiedHis known that he has the highest respect for the "Since I never engage In personalitieswhen
press as an institution. I find it necessary to criticize I went so

He made this clear In answer to a request into the convention limbo along with the par- far as I possibly could (without naming names)
'Extremism' RemarkA by this writer for clarification of his widely tisan banners and placards. But when the rev- of defining the people who I said 'could not
discussed comment which touched off a raucous ered General Eisenhower uttered them many care less about the good of our Party.:

considerable amount of heat Is still being demonstration against newspaper reporters delegates stood screaming and shaking fists at "My respect and admiration for the bulk
I generated over Barry Goldwater's remark and broadcasters at the San Francisco Cow the press benches. It was obvious to these that of the American press has so often been ex-
that "extremism in the defense of liberty Is Palace. The following day Richard Nixon was all of the reporters were 'columnists and com- pressed publicly that it would seem almost re-
no vice." It is unlikely that the matter will cheered at the convention for remarks criti- mentators' and all of the columnists and com- dundant for me to have' to repeat them. If
I cool off. cal of the press.Eisenhower. mentators wern 'sensation-seeking.: anything stand higher than the press in its importance -
suggested that persons who "It was obvious to anyone watching your as a defender of our freedom and our
I The other day Goldwater humorously took his words to be critical of the "bulk of reaction to the explosion on the floor that free institutions, it is our school system; indeed -
gave what probably will be only one of many the press personnel" might have been motivated you had no intent to bare the teeth of extremists I am not sure that such a distinction
explanation of what he meant. by "some feelings of guilt." He did not against the pros, which in measure far from should be made between these two indispen-

"J love my wife in an extreme way" hesaid. spell these out. mean, had given you and your causes friend- sable factors in a self governing society.
He still loved extremely he said (to the The press Eisenhower said ranks with ship and support over many years." "On the personal side, the great bulk of
delight of reporters), even at his age. the school system: "in its importance as a de- I asked the general if he would care to the press has treated me considerately even
fender of our freedom and our free institutions tell what ho "really thinks about the free generously. Consequently I feel that It is only
And in lib letter to Richard Nixon writtenat ." Pros and schools he said are "two press" so that I might quote him in a messageto those who have some feeling of guilt who have
the latter'! request to "clear the air once indispensable factors in a self-governing so- a group of picked newsboys from all over tried to interpret my words as strictures against
and for all," Goldwater phrased his thought ciety." the country who were in Washington on "Op- the bulk of the press personnel.
in slightly different form: "Wholehearted de- I wrote to Eisenhower on July 24 after returning eration Enterprise "Incidentally I note that you refer to your
votion to liberty is unassailable and halfhearted to New York from San Francisco explainIng I wanted to read Eisenhower's letter to association with me throughout the war in Europe
devotion to justice is indefensible." that I did so as a former war cor- these ace newspaper delivery boys at a dinnerin and later at Columbia University. I am

This he made clear "would not counten- respondent accredited to his SHAEF head- the National Press Club climaxing a week of sure that you have found in your memory many
ance illegal! or improper to achieve quarters during World War II and one who visits to government and defense installations. words of mine spoken in tribute to men of the
proper goals" means had been familiar with his real views of the Eisenhower's amended record makes a press; quite often I referred to them in Eu-
press as they had developed In later years. suitable text for one seeking to encourage outstanding rope as 'quasi-staff officers of my headquart-
r There should now be no doubt about what "My purpose," I told him, "is to ask if carrier boys to pursue a career of ers.' I can scarcely think of any words that
Goldwater means by "extremism." Attemptsby you wouM be willing to clarify a statement public service in journalism. could in my estimation refer to them in more
I his opponents to use the original statement made during your address to the Republican I ended my letter by saying "I cannot believe complimentary terms.
made during hs! nomination acceptance speechat Convention in San Francisco which dismayedme that you would want to leave the record "I hope that this letter will clarify for you
San Francisco as proof that he ii a rabid and many of my colleagues. It is your refer- unaltered." my thinking and interest In the matter.

fanatic may rebound to their disadvantage.Such ence to 'sensation-seeking columnists and commentators The general's letter dated July 3t, 1964. "With best wishes,
statements are, of course dangerous / makes it clear that he did not. His complete Sincerely,
because they are capable of being interpretedin "From almost any lips but yours," I con- letter follows: (Signed)
different ways by different people. Al- tinued, "thh phraseology might have gone "Dear Mr. Lewis DwIght D. Eisenhower."
though the Republican candidate could not

have intended to influence real extremists he It'll Be Rough Out There. He'll Need
no doubt now wishes he had chosen more pre-

cise much.words. In fact his letter to Nixon indicatesas Both Motors Working OK Your Weekly

The point on which the whole thing turnsIs r
the difference between "extreme" on the tttia

one hand and "extremism" or "extremist" on '!!j!!! 2BE ;: J7'r: .., b.Y wdv ;) Bible Lesson t -
I the other. The question is whether in a particular
I situation, a given response is warranted a
l by a Riven challenge or stimulus. Hear 0 IsraelBy

I Homicide is, of course, an extreme action ,
but it is not extremist if it is
necessary to JAMIE P. HIGGINS
s save one's own life. It would be extremist

III' though If the action which preceded it was SCRIPTURE LESSON: and third chapters: of Revelation between the eys .
merely a verbal insult. Deut. 6:4-17. each appeal has the thy would be the occasion
Goldwater has said that DwIght Eisen- The book of Deuteronomy, words, "He that hath an ear for meditation. la
f hower was practicing extremism when he invaded as the title Indicates, Is the let him bear.. ". later times, the Jews made
repeated or second law as much of these literal observances
Europe in World War II. While the
given at Sinai, with particular Verse 5: "And thou shalt and some of the more
Allied invasion was an extreme effort requir- emphasis on past experiences love the Lord thy God with devout Jews wore small eases
ing extreme sacrifice it certainly was not an In view of the new life upon all thine heart and with all containing scripture passages
excessive response to the danger of fascism. which the Israelites were thy might upon the left hand and upon
But had Eisenhower ordered that no German about to enter. The "heart" represents the the forehead, these being
soldiers bo taken alive then he would have The book emphasizes espec center of one's personality known as phylacteries (Matt
been an extremist. ially the spirit of the law, and will, from which all actions 23:5): In these little boxes
More recently our bombing of North calling not merely for formal are dominated. The were the following scriptures:
Vietnamese naval bases was not extremismbut Tr obedience but for love to the "soul" include the intellectual Ex. 13:1-10 and 11-17; Deut
an adequate and effective reaction to the DEMO CPAT Lord with all the heart, soul rational and emotional IIH: and 111321.:
and mind.It .
aspects of one's life. To love 550Verse
action the North Vietnamese took in attackingour
contains a summary of God with all
thy "might" Includes (: "And thou shalt
ships in international waters. the wilderness wanderings of one's body In serviceto write them upon the posts of
Generalizations and blanket charges will Israel which is important as Him. thy house and on thy gates."
fly thick and fast from both sides during the t unfolding the moral judgmentof Verse 7: "And thou shalt This command was also developed
coming election campaign. God upon these events. It teach them (the Ten Commandments Into the Jewish custom
Is murder an adequate or is it an excessive repeats the Decalogue to a ) diligently unto of "Mesuzah," accordingto
answer to attempts to implement the civil generation which bad grownup thy children, and shalt talk of which the scripture texts
rights law? in the wilderness, gives them when thou fittest in Deut II:e.g, 11, 13-20 were
Is rioting in the streets by a minority needed Instruction as to their thins house, and when thou placed in a small wood or
conduct in the new land and walkest and when thou metal case and fastened to
group a reaction justified by their grievances, contains the Palestinian covenant Vest down, 'and when thou the door post of the house and
or is it extremist? The time covered Is rlsest up." the
Is opposition to any and all agreementwith approximately 40 years. Verses gate posts.10.12: "And .
tho Communists justified by the threat Israel was expected to beara Cod's words were not to be when the Lord thy God shall
they pose to freedom or is it a form of ex- specific character religiously stored as ancient grain, but have brought thee into the
tremism TTheile and to take a peculiar were to be sown in the hearts land which He swore unto
are the questions some of them '9tdtst 00A. place historically. Hence the of their children, where they they fathers to give thee
posed by those few words of convention nation's elevation moral and spiritual would bring forth a harvestof great and goodly cities, which
was the first thing righteousness.Verse .
thou bulldest not And houses
oratory. iiiwr' J.I to be secured. 8: "And thou shalt full of good things and
Verse 4: "Hear, O Israel: bind them for a sign upon wells digged vineyards
the Lord" our God Is one thine band and they shall be and olive trees .; when
Lord.
This method of appeal as frontlets between thine thou shalt have eaten and be
Traffic Light NeededOn is found In some form extensively eyes ."
full; then beware lest thou
20 YEARS AGO
52 YEARS AGO throughout the
scrip A "sign" upon the hand forget the Lord which brought
(Tak.n from filee of the Homtitiid (Tiktn from lilt* of the South Florida tures. would be a reminder that thee forth out of the land of
U.S. 1 At Colonial Loedor and Enttrprlt, Issue of Friday Banner, South Dado's first newspaper elba In "the "seven overcom- God'a words were to be per Egypt, from the house of
Aug. IS, 1944.) blUe of Friday, Aug. 23, 1112, found In the second formed. Upon the "fronthets" bondage."
In Itt flnt half-year of publication.)
Ii Everytime a traffic light is Installed there South Dade lost two of lit pioneer residents For And About
are some who complain about traffic being Teenagers
with the death of Charles John Far-seeing drainage engineers for the
slowed. Everyone wasn't pleased with in- Albright on Aug. 10 and J. W. Huts on state of Florida outlined a long-range plan
s stallation of the light at U. S. 1 and Franjo Aug. 13.Albright. for canal construction from Lake Okee Girl's Mother
Road in Perrine as much as it was needed. chobee southward, to reclaim everglade Doesn'tLike
I Thu, when the suggestion that another was a retired fruit grower In lands and control water levels in Dade's
traffic light bo installed a little way up the the Naranja area and Kuhn, of Perrine.
crop and grove land. Their plan, altered
road U. S. 1 at Colonial Drive (SW 160th had first come to Florida in 1890 and Him
I on only slightly, Is today being put Into effect ; He's Puzzled!
traveled from Fort Lauderdale to South
Street) there will be complaints that it's not by the Central and South Florida
needed and that it will serve only to slow traffic Dade County by boat, with his bride, in Flood Control District By C. D. SMITH
I on U. S. 1. 1896. He was foreman of the crew which .

One these would slow traffic on U. S. 1, built the Royal Palm Hotel for Henry A Gospel speaker on temperance, Mrs. THI WEEK'S LETTERS I I
; but it is needed. 'Tis better to slow traffic than Flagler and then worked on the roadbedfor Anna L Andrus of Miami, addressed the have a problem I wish you IjJ
FEC Railroad Into Miami. would .
with.I
help YoU
i to pile it up in the form of bent steel and broken Homestead public school on the evils of am 15 years me old and the dust'DON'T
and twisted bodies. tobacco alcohol and impure living. LACE
J girl I with
go Is 14. The
Mr. and Mrs. Ray 0. Burks announcedthe prob- HIM ,,,
A traffic light is needed there becauseof lem is with her mother. She
I the tremendous growth in the number of birth of a ion, David Ray, on Aug. 15, Detroit (Florida City) bade farewell to doesn't want us to go together
residences in the Colonial Drive area; not onlyto while Mr. Burke was working Normandy several of its citizens who were leavingon even though the girl
let the motorists from that area get onto ai a field director for the American Red late-summer vacations. Mr. and Mrs. wants to go with me and I
Cross. Edward SWing left to Visit their old homeIn want to go with her.
U. S. t without long delays but to do so safely.
.
For all intents and by virtue of .1! Maine. Mrs. Williams visited Fort Lau- As far as I can find out,
purposes The Palm Cafe, on North Flagler Avenue derdale. Mrs. George Reynolds and family it la nothing that I have done.
U. S. 1 in South Dade four lanes or not
use Her mother just doesnt like
opposite the F.EC. depot, advertised visited an old friend, Mrs. Charles Sharp,
is now primarily a local area service road.
brown fried chicken for 85 cents in Miami few
golden for a days. Ed Brooker me.OUR
And it's going to become more so. As it does REPtYi The problemmay
AA Western T-bone iteak for and and
$1, regular family were vacationing In Jupiter.
lie In the fact
j traffic controls will be needed. that
more meals, 55 cents. Louis E. Cohen was Fla., and Mrs. J. Brown and daughterswere ere going against this mothft' you
While those controls *
j are becoming
more the proprietor. expected home from St. Petersburg wishes.
I necessary because of increased local traffic it .
within week.
I a Did atop to consider learn
you this the better.
U is incumbent that the county and state proceed James Archer Smith Hospital announced o 5 that this mother probably you Wanting to, do something other not necessarily ready for
\! as rapidly as possible on that road which will the birth of a daughter to Mr. In a column called "Local Brevities," thinks her daughter 1s too dcxint make It right; doesn't early responsibilities teens. In their
parallel the Seaboard Railroad tracks from the and Mrs. Emory Davis and a IOn to Mr. the Banner printed these gems, which are young to be going with anyone make it good for you. When a girl's mother
Palmetto' Expressway to SW 117the Avenue to and :Mrs. Buddy Roberts. quoted verbatim: ? The average" teenager would doesn't want her to date, the
U. S..1 in Goulds. "Dave Sullivan Is enlarging Us llOUIe.Thet's It Is important to you that like to drive a ear before he boy who persists la certain
At the same 'time plans for more roads At Bath's Barber Shop, haircuts were what happens when yon get married you want to go with this girl or she U much older than 13 to become unpopular with

t must be pushed without delay for by the time 50 cents sbavea, 25 cents; a binge,was The >pool bail is painted this you.and that But,she you wants Just cant to go have with or too 14.young.The law Teenagers says you accept arc the not parent He will certainly
the one mentioned is built it too will be 25 cents, ud for 10 cents you could get a week. Only two more buildings In town your way In deference to this: they should also be able when be mother one of her favorites

overloaded. ,above mustache trim,, ,. .. ,I.", unpalnted..Frsieur. you're Beit" everything else. The sooner to understand that. they are daughter can decides begin dating.that her

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St. Timothy's To Launch Ii High Holy Days

I CHURCHCall Services Planned


Bethel Series Bible StudyWORLD'S m ,p9 m CI 7-2321 before Tuesday Noon for 14 Westbrooke

articles to appear in Thursday's Edition Temple Or Olora wU bold Its

I Rllglen Editor, VIRGINIA AMENDT High Holy Day services this
By MARY SIMPSON
year in the Westbrooke Country

St. Timothy Lutheran Chur Club ballroom while con-
Guest Music DirectorTo
struction continues on the first
of Whispering Fines Is preparIng -
I SMH Church major addition
to launch the Bethel to the temple,
Series, an extensive adult Visit First BaptistAllen located at SW 87th Avenue and ,
Bible 18th Street west of Miami '
study program now be. &
ing used by nearly 800 ChristIan E. Simmons, mlnUtei A multipurpose unit la being 'I
congregations throughout of music and education of Park Will Hold added to the present temple
the nation. view Baptist Church Alexandria auditorium, and a 500-seat( permanent .
The La, will be visiting music sanctuary Is planned
pastor, Rev. Thomas
director and soloist at First for construction next year.
Wolfe, Is enlisting a corps of Baptist Church, Homestead, The
prospective lay teachers, com- RevivalSouth High Holy Days observance -
Sunday. starts Sept 6.
d mitted to>> a two-year teacher
training program, In prepare REV. R. V. TAYLOR Mr Simmons is I graduate
tlon for the At Drive-In 1"1A'
of
congregational use Louisiana Baptist College Miami Heights Baptist
of the aeries. By the fall of where he majored In church
I960, these 10 teachers trainee Drive-In ChurchTo music. He and his wife are Church will bold a revival from I
will Join an estimated 12,000 natives of Louisiana, where he Aug. 23.30 at the church at G
teachers throughout the Country Have Guest his served churches aa a minster : I 11293: Quail Roost Drive. Services )
In teaching the Bethel of music for the past 10 will begin at 7.30: each
Series to classes of 30 adults Speaker SundayRev i yean. He Is visiting the local Ii evening.
each In their respective congregation church with the possibility ofa
,. Robert V. Taylor minister call to fill a similar position i Rev. Ray Spears, pastor at CALL THE
of First Christian Church which Is now vacant. In addition -
Carol Church will
City Baptist ,
Using a aeries of 40 dramatic NEWS LEADER
of Homestead
will be cues to directing the congregational
paintings and rigid teacher b. the guest preacher. Music
speaker at the 8 IS
: a.m. service singing, he will be soloist
discipline, the Bethel Series Sunday at Breezeway Driven -' at the S:SO a,m. and 1:30: p.m. will be under the direction of CI 7-2321
alma to acquaint adults with Church, Kings Highway and worship services. Samuel Boring, music directorat
the great, unifying Biblical Old Dixie Highway the church.
themes. To dale ooosooomo
than
CREATION I Is In first more First Baptist Church will ob- ALLEN E. SIMMONS
depicted painting 50,000 adults throughout the His topic will be "When No .
of Bethel Serial serve "On To College Day"Sunday Te Visitwill
displayed by Rev. Thomas Wolf nation are being taught by Answer Comes.
of St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, which ii pre.. lay teachers using the aeries Mrs. Earl Fosnaught will be The young people of the lead the call to worship
church who be
to
going
paring to offer well-known Bible study program to first offered nation-wide by the soloist to college are or vocational offer the evening prayer, read'
its congregation. Adult Christian Education away the scripture, and lead in medl.
schools this fall will participatein
Foundation June, 1881. tatlon. The pastor. Rev. Otis .
Methodists the 7:30: p.m. service. The .
W. Garland will bring
Designed and written by the theme for the day is "Confront- a special
Youth Activities Take Rev. Harley A. Swlggum, of ng the Campus with Christ" "message on "Christ In
Attend You.
Madison, Wia, the Bethel The committee In charge of s
Series accents and symbolizes preparation for the day includes Following the service, all col.
basic Christian concepts of the Choir Miss Oneita Waters, legs and vocational students
Church Of God SpotlightYouth Bible In a systematic study I SingA chairman; Miss Alene Lewis, with their dates are Invited to
from Genesis to Revelation. Miss Betsy Meyer, Joe Schroeder an Informal reception at the
The of SO from Forlda and Tom Whitlock. Students home of
paintings were done by group the Rev. Mr. and Mra
was in the forefront family covered dish supper Walter OhUon of Lantana, Fla., City Methodist Church, Including from different colleges Garland. FUNERAL HOME

in activities of the past week, Thursday evening She has lento Rev. Louis Leigh, pastor .....,., .,,,,,...,,,,
at First Church of God, Homestead enter her freshman year at the preparation for this series, journeyed to Hialeah Sunday .
Averett College, Danville, Va Rev. Mr. Wolfe has just evening for a choir sing I
completed a two-week orien at the First Methodist Church ESTABLISHED 1121
Sunday the young people Wedneaday three junior high tation session conducted July there. I ejeioa
conducted the entire evening young people Lee and Leonard 28- Aug. 7 at Madison by the
809) NORTH KROME AVENUE HOMESTEAD
service. Giving the address was McMullin and Junior Tlmmin. Adult Christian Education Sunday evening services at ,
Arnold Raymond, who will left for youth camp at Lee. Foundation. the Florida City church, suspended
leave soon for his second year burg with Rev. and Mrs. L II. for three weeks this Circle 7.3131
at Anderson College, Anderson McMullin, who will be councilors Pancake month, will resume this week
Ind.Another. this week at the camp. SupperThe end.
Also attending Is Bill Tlmmin This Sunday will also! mark South Dade and tlte
Serving Florida
Keys
college-bound memo who will be a lifeguard. Brotherhood of St Andrew 'promotion time In the Sunday CHURCH SERVICE
at
ber of the congregation Bonnie They will return to Horn St. John's Episcopal !school, with all grades grad
Scearce, was honored at a stead Saturday. I Church pancake, Homestead, will stage atlng, and new Methodist Sunday 8:15-9:00 a.m.-Breeiewoy Drive-In Theater 24-Hour Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service

beginning supper at Sunday 5:30 p.m.afternoon on literature hand. for the coming year I On King's Hwy Just Off U.S. Rev. H. S. McKelvey

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ST. JOHN'S I
Church

EPISCOPAL These Religious Messages, Contributed to the Cause of the Church and

DirectoryAttend U5 N.I.10 St., Homestead 1- Attend The Church Of Your Choice Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES '
The Rev. Earl R. Hackett .THEY DESUVE YOUR. CONTINUED SUPPORTI .' -

RECTOR ...
The ChurchOf Rev.W. J. Brulnga, Ass't Priest r 'ta' '

Your Choice SUMMER SCHEDULE Sincore Funeral Home I Guy. V Caskey* Rambler! f. The NEWS LEADER RICHARD ACCURSIO'S

.'9" t Capri RestaurantFamous I
7:30 Holy Communion 1180 N. Krome Are. { 29645 South Federal Hwy. j' "SERVING SOUTH DADE for ITALIAN A AMERICAN FOOD .
HomesteadCollege 10:00: Falmty Service
r
Chapel1st Nursery and Children's Chapel Homestead, Florida CI 7-2321 CE 8-3393 I Food foGo-CI 7-1542 .

U S. 1 end Stole Rd. 27-FJarfda City

Ave. end 4th Street NW PALMETTO ,. .

Fri.Community Service 7:30 pm COVENANT : ; :" Last summer she screamed when we took
CHURCH i I. her near the ocean. Now she loves to splash)

SUNDAY PUBLIC SERVICE (Evangelical) J r around under her parents' watchful eye. ODe
1.00 a.m*-5:30: p.m. Meeting at day shell be swimming out past the breakers

Ministers: Rev: Paul Pent CORAL REEF ELEM. SCHOOL and riding on a wave.
Suddath Moving and T H E
Rev. Arnold Pent 3rd 7S55 SW 152 St How does one explain this emerging courage Hoppy's Gulf Service ,1
R.v.William Byrum Z3S-348ff Storage Co., Inc. ? It Is a combination of growth, training
Rev. Richard Fales Bible School 10 A.M. and confldenct. And no two alone are sufficient: 341 S. Krome .'.-CI: 7.1931
Morning Worship ll.ut.WELCOME. 137 SW Sth Are.-CI 7-4526 '
-it takes all three,
THE .. ... Homestead, Florida These three have also their spiritual counterparts. Homestead, Florida
ill t
Rev Albert J. Bengtaon 1a
: From the day religious education
CONGREGATIONALCHURCH Minister
(j) commences, a child begins to show evidence of
PinelandsPresbyterian V '- 'rr spiritual growth. This is followed by an aptitude -
tn the HomesteadArea Church for learning the simple but profound

truths of Christian belief and practice. Ultimately
FIRST UNITED 1l... Georgt Da.wron'DIFFICULTIES Richards Implement Co., Inc. we see evidence of a deep and enduring City Auto Service
OF
CHURCH of CHRIST FAITH" f I n e confidence In God the magnificent quality JAMES DYKES, Owner

29800 S.W.153rd Ct. CHURCH SERVICES we call Faith. Then moral courage, true char 51 N.E. 2nd Dr.017.6177Homestead
Leisure City 830: 10 11 ajn. S50 N. Flogler I."., acter, emerges in the lives of our sons and

SUNDAY SCHOOL':45 ajn. daughters. Florida
Rev.Win.Lwellyn Phillips S Blocks West of Caribbean Homestead-CI 7-8711 A vast spiritual ocean touches every shore Complete Auto >>Truck Repair

Sunday School 9 45 a.m. Blvd. on Bluewater Rd. cf lifs. And those who once venture into the

Sunday Service 11 ajn. Weekly 1.1011.30 Kindergarten em. surf are never again content just to loll on
the beach.
Air Conditioned Cutler RMge Ph. 215-1142


ST. ANDREW'S Pint Church of Christ

Scientist Royal Palm Drug
>> CHURCH
EPISCOPAL 225 SE: 4th St.Homestead

MEETING AT PALMETTO Lessen Sermon 806 N. Krome Ave., Homestead Homestead Spic & Span Laundry

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ,ytreery
V
'MIND" t
12401 sw 74th Avenue Dixie Drug Store 32 NW lit Jr.-.CI 7-9674
Sun.930am-SS930am:

Rtv.Calvin O. Schofitld, Jr. Wed., I p.m. Federal Highway, Noronja
Vicar NURSERY OPEN
,. K i.b .
"
READING ROOM at 338 Washington "
Sunday, 9.JO A.M.,Service 611P'
Ave open 11 s m. to 4p.m. Y x r
Sunday School and Nursery daily except Sat and Sun Loper's Gulf Service StationOtis


Homestead Furniture C. Loper, Owner
The Southminster ST. FAITH'S

PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL 35 N. Krome I.". : 536 N. Kroma Are.-CI: 7-2115

CHURCH HOMESTEAD FLORIDA HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA

S5IS SW 170th St PERRINE CHURCHRev.

(Former 1st Baptist Church) N. C. Wilbur, Rector
'
121-2)11) 10600 Caribbean Blvd.' _
Cutler' Ridge
SERVICE ........130: am -
CE 5-3383 ,. Glades Prescription Shop
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45 am SUNDAY SERVICES

DR. BOOTS GBUS3INO t a.m..SJO am.. II ajn. Harry's Wheel Alignment E. Jackson :
Sunday School ':30 ajn.
Pastor I- Dynamic Balancing 252 Washington Are.--CI 7-4341

407 S. Flagler Ave. Homestead
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
You Invited
First are to attend i

CHURCH of CHRIST
Christian Sunday I )Monday To4.UyIwadneaday Thursday I Friday Saturday _
Church Which meets atPerrina Psalms I Paalnu I Matthew I Luke II Timothy Z Fetor IH Fetor _
118:i- I 1M-1-9 I 18.1-e SI:20-28 10-17 I 1.1-3 I 1:14-18 f
(DISCIPLES OF CHRIST)

1001 N.E. Kings Hwy. Community CenterSchedule
Eagle Store Bennett Texaco
Army-Navy
(1 blk.West of Drlve-ln Theater)

Bible School ...........:30 am Bible School .... 10:00 ajn. 407 Park Place, Homestead Breeding's Drug Store Pan American Tire Co. (Formerly Turners Texaco)

Morning Worship. ...ID-JO ajn Worship ........ 11:00'.11I. 202 N. (came Ave., Homestead 916 N. Federal Hwy.-Homestead Specialists Automotive] Maintenance

The Invited Evening Worship 7 P.M.
Public Cordially Tuesday ....... 7M p.m. 247.5311 Keys-S52-5987 CI 7.3733 29601 S. Fed. Hwy.c177124Thursday.
Rev. Robt. V. Taylor



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\ Sister I Every Woman Likes A Pretty Hat...





Therese Mrs. LevisDoes Too;



HomeThe She Creates Her Own


Thomas Champney homeat I 99i Lj

829 Second Ave., Homestead (Idltor's Nets This Is the Then the three pieces are sewn
li astir with excitement and I fifth In a striei of articles together.If( .
Visitor this week. bout p"pte and their hobbits you make a rounded crown,
living at Homestead Air you wet the buckram, lace, or
For the first time in three force 8.... Th. hobbies .f net and shape it over any suitable
years, daughter Joanie Is home v.l these Officers' Wives will .bon mold. Afaer it is dried, Yy
for a visit "Joanie" the display Sept II at I it too is wired bound, and ,
former Miss Joan Gadwaynow -
I luncheon glvtn by the DHLI sewn onto the crown. Then 1 r.1j
wears the dark brown and the frame with anything
cors' Wives Club.) you cover
black habit of a FranciscanNun. you want-I.e. fabric,

and Is known in religion Mrs. Rone H. (Cathy) Lewis straw, feathers flowers, etc.
u Sister Therese Ambrose, of likes hats and makes them asa The hats are sewn 'entirely by
the Sisters of St Francis of hand.
hobby. Her other Interests
Allcgany, N.Y. include sewing, upholstery and Some of the women In the i
Sister Therese arrived by decorating egg shells. millinery class were interestedIn
plane In Miami early Tuesday She it the wife of LL Col. learning more on the finer
morning, and will have a 10.day Lewis, chief of Intelligence for points and finishing details, so
stay with her parents her the teacher them added
the 19th Bomb Wing They are gave
four sisters and brother. Tuesday parents of three children, Rone Instruction. These women were
afternoon she was catching asked to give a fashion show
and
III, 20; Harmon 18, Margaret
up on hometown news, greet SISTER THERESE AMBROSE 14. The family lives at of their own creations for a
ing friends from school daysat (Staff Photo) 2343 Indiana Avenue on base.Loomed group of Army wives last
South Dade High School -
Art spring.
and used again to the from Tu. r
r getting friends are Invited. year abroad program At Spice Park
heat of Florida summer. at New Or. She LoomedUpholstering
a lane University
Friday the Champney family Mrs. Lewis had trouble buying -
Tee Planned leans, where he will be a senior
In her size. When she
Sunday there will be a welcome will welcome home another this fall. hats Mrs. Lewis has also taken
Homestead Air Force
home tea for Sister TherCM long.absent member, son John After her tay, at home, Sister came to the upholstery course at Red-
Base, she learned of the arts
to be given by Sacred Gadway. He has been gone fora Therese will go to St and craft classes at Redland land Fruit and Spice Park. She
Heart Rosary Altar Society at year, having been in Germany Petersburg, where she will Fruit and Spice Park and 1mnediately first worked on a chair. When
the Woman's Club of Homestead at Tubingen University teach this winter at St. Paul's enrolled in the millinery she purchased the chair, one
from I to 4 p.m. All her as a participant In the junior High School. class. arm was nearly off and she

I .l'\. \\t.\$' -''''''' '' ,,*,' ,,"' l J .. Advanced StudyAt of her It was there she learned to lays ""it As was the really course a piece continued of. h
the completion junk.
make her first hat In this !
J junior year at South Dade she the chair's appearance fib lar
class, she learned to cut pat.terns
I SOG"'" attended Stetson University as improved. It now sits In her I "
LOO' ;: in her head size for all
a participant in its advanced living room, looking very band-
tR shapes and styles of hats. A
j., 1o..5G1' .Gish J II studies and early admissions second advantage has been in some. Encouraged, ahe then recovered
program. Following this eight- her couch with success.
SPM being able to match her hats
week course she entered the with her'costumes.. She DecoratesEgg
I religious order and attendedSt. ShellsA
H.r.'i How She
in AUegany .
J Bonavnture College
Mon thru Thurs- \ Mikes a Hat I new hobby of Mrs. Lewisis
Mrs. Lewis explains. You decorating egg shells. The
i When she had completed a tart with a frame. The frames I eggs are first blown and then
ZOTOS $17.50 PERMANENT year of college work she was made of millinery buckram,' decorated with braid, velvet
from South
awarded
j) FOR ONLY $12.50Evelyn's Dade High.a diploma During the past lace or net The millinery material ribbon, seed pearls, miniature CATHY LEWIS likes hots and makes them ai a hobby. She is shown model

three yean she has continued is very stiff. When you cameos and flowers, glass ing one .f her creation which the learned to make in a millinery class at
make a ahape hat such jewels and beads. The final effect
square USAF Photo)
Park. (
her studies at St. Bonaventure Redland Fruit and Spice
as a sailor type, you cut three ,is a bejeweled egg that
SalonCE College, where she is majoring -
f Beauty pieces of material-, brim, appears to be exquisitely crafted
in mathematics. a crown and'a tip. These three of fine china.
Sister Ambrose's sisters In. Breakfast To Start A Good
Eat A Good Day
5-3827 clude Mrs. Mary Stallings of pieces are wired in strategic Mrs. Lewis' hobbles will be
17990 Fro n jo Road, Perrine Orlando and Joy Gadway, places to retain the shape, and among those on display at the I
t the Mire li bound with 18 Show.
tape. Sept Hobby
the Bank
Opposite 1 11 Janet and Harriet ; should In each
Champney, Nutritionists with the Florida Fruit, cereal; or bread or or more appear
'\ \ \ .'\1\! ,,,4 at home. Agricultural Extension ,Service both, eggs with meat, a bev meal.
Perrine Kindergarten Registering I:say that workers who eat a erage. Nutritionists. say that eatinga
good meal before going to work bird sized breakfast or skipping
Let's take of them patterns -
some
done than those who the whole meal Is a poor
Prrrlne kindergarten sponsored telephoning CE 52508. Enroll. get more '
what
good
apart to see
ment Is limited. skip breakfast-or eat I poor I' way to try to keep your weight
9 to 9 CANNON SHOE STORE by the Perrine Woman'sClub breakfast does for you. under control. It's a far better
I Is accepting registrations The Perrine I
kindergarten Is
plan to eat a good breakfastand
one.A should be included
451 tERRINE AVE SHOPPING CENTER for the new school year to start In Its 16th year of operation. good breakfast provides Fruit in breakfast always to give it learn enough calorie arithmetic
Aug. 31.
protein, vitamins, and miner. zest and to help regulate the to even out your day's
A program for four-yearolds Brownie TroopTo ala all needed to build and body. Some fruits, especially quota over the three meals.
FINAL SUMMER CLEARANCE is offered along with regular repair the body and to keep citrus, are rich in Vitamin C, More calories than you need
preschool kindergarten course you healthy. A good breakfast which Is needed daily. for work or play-that's where
for those who will ,enter first. Be Formed provides ,fuel for body energy.A the fat begins.
grade next Cereals and bread provide
year.. and coffee
f SlJlJ doughnuts protein, iron, and other min.
Teachers are Mrs J. IL Hall In Florida; CityA breakfast falls ,to furnish protein erals,, vitamins, and frozen Locall\lcll
lip, director, and Mrs. M. G vitamins,, and minerals.
Ward, assistant. Girl Scout Brownie troop A fruit juice and coffee energy.
ANDCHILDRENS Without a regular supply of
Registration may be made by will be organized at 7:30 p.m. breakfast does not meet the milk in meals, it's hard to get To Teach
today at Florida City Me'bodlst requirements for a good break enough, calcium an Important
Church, which will be sponsor mineral for bones and
) Pump Repairs for the fast.What I GardeningTwo
c. troop.
I
rasa.a I All Models is a good breakfast, teeth and the B-vltamin ribo-
stsf SprInk Itr- Swim Pool I All interested girls who will anyway! Here are some pat: flaven. Milk is also a good South Dade residents
A Salts and Service be entering second or third terns, all the way from light source of top.grade protein. will teach non-credit courses
NABOR'S \grade this fall are Invited to to hearty: Eggs and meat also provide for during the fall
gardeners
HOME IMPROVEMENTS attend with their mothers. Fruit, cereal or bread, milkor high-grade protein for body
of
term for the department
PAIRSHOES 21590 S. Dixie 238-5382 II| Mrs. Warren Everage will!\ be other' beverage. building and repair. Building continuing education of Miami-
troop leader. Fruit, cereal or bread or foods of some kind are a"must"
.. .. Dade Junior College.
---- ---- both
I 1- an egg, a beverage. in the day's eating. One
I I George N. Wokefield, of
Sees. SW 87th Avenue, Kendall,
supervisor of landscape pr.n-
WHILE THEY LAST JEAN JONES sting for the college, will

SO HURRY! ,, for your next 64 DODGE teach a course In propagation .
IOGP of emamentalt.
Shampoo end Set The class will meet Wednes.

Heels Wedgies \ Styling 4 DOOR SEDAN (FULL SIZE DODGE) I days from 7 to 10 p.m., beginning .
t\igb Sept 2.; To supplement
Heels lea tie Hair CutPermanent classroom instruction, practical

SOlJdl roe d. Flats I fLi Wave 2475"H college experience slat-house.will be given In the

Export craftsmanship Is A court In gardening, to
always available at Paul. / j ,_ bo offered for South Dado
I Ino's.Pauline9s residents on Monday nights
CANNON SHOE I
STOREPERRINE [ AW CONDITIONING beginning Aug. 31, will bo
: Salon of Beauty taught by William A. MurphyJr.
SHOPPING CENTER : Vnrw "Ai ., of SW 152nd Avenue,
lj 824 N. Krome Ave, Homestead-247-7241 AND Homostood.
1 The course will cover plant
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
anatomy, nutrition, selection
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Need A Few Dollars? I

SOc For $5.00 LOAN : DADELAND DODGE I tors.Murphy has been a nursery

I FOR 30 DAY PERIOD I owner for some years He la
ALL PLEDGES HELD MOS., la member of the Florida Nurseryman .
I 8455 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAYOpen and Growers Association

OlseOUNTLANO Ralph's 128 N. Krome Sundays For Your Convenience He received an MS. from
I the University of Miami.
Registration for either course
may be made in Room 1123 of
Building; A at the college from
ADULT NIGHT CLASSES I Monday, Aug. 2T through Friday

Mon., Tues., Thurs. Sept. 4, from 1:30 am. to
24 Months PERRINE I i 8 pm., except Fridays to 4.30:
9:30 to 6
p.m.
To Pay I Wed., Fri., Sot. SOUTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL pm.

238-2901 SHOPPING CENTER 9:30 to 9:00 lasS SW 50th 'TER. 667.SU6-CALL( AFTER 2:00 P.M.:)

I Term Will Begin August 31. (Registration After 2:00 p.m.) :-

CLASSES OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

High School Completion High School Review IIBI
3
Ps d ,,- English Drafting I

Mathematics FCC Amateur Radio
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... .-. $ COMPLETE InteriorDecorators
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Government Spanish
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E .... '". ",, .. '-= : ROOMS OF Biology Typing 4
: ., '. & Designers
FURNITUREC Chemistry Shorthand
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: for
INCLUDES Reading Improvement BookkeepingArt
I Homes Offices
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UVINO ROOM Office Machines Hotels Cubs
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'" BEDROOMDINETTE Bars
Comp'Jete. Public Speaking Speedwriting

I Conflicts In Family Business English Office Furniture and
10 1 PC.
: DRISUR f Living Electronics Equipment Availobleif

MIRROR Wood and Metal Shop Real Estate Sales

A CNIST $18 Fund. of Investment Real Estate Appraisals Furniture,

BEDROOM :HIADIOARB 3 THROW ; $1 99 Selling Mortgage Brokerage Refinished.and repairedANTOINETTES Upholstered

PILLOWS Income Tax Problem Sewing

L SUITE!I 3 WAll and others

PICTUIU I COMPARE 119.9S (BRANCH OF LINDSEY HOPKINS EDUCATION CENTER) HOMESTEAD.79 N.W. Mth FLA.n $t .

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Thursd.y. AUllIIt 20. 1964 Th. NEWS LEADER ,... S.vMLIFELONG
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Mrs. Weiss Representing
r II NOW REGISTERINGKINDERGARTEN
'Women's NewsVirginia Fla. Women At VFW Meet

R. Willlami, Editor' I Mrs. Frances Weiss of MI and Mr. Weiss will take partin PINELANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
I NW 10th St., Homestead ittte e gigantic parade, witnessthe
leader of more than 3.800 memo "million dollar pageant of Bluewater and Bahla Dr., Cutler Ridge
ben of the Florida Veteran of drums" and participate! In 4 and S Year Old Children
i '1 Farewell Foreign Win Ladles Auxil other programs vital to veterans BEGINS SEPT. 1st DAILY ':30-11130.AM
lary left by car Monday to and auxiliary members.
attend the national conventionat Ohio Congresswomen Frances CALL CE 5-1142
I \1; I Cleveland, Ohio, of the VFW P Bolton will deliver the keynote .
; '
4 .. 'It' ., Party HonorsCR and With its her Auxiliary li her husband, Edward Monday address afternoon.to the Auxiliary I'

II t"c who will repreaent Ar
1 a.it 1P 11"' ... ''W rant-Smith Post 41TT of Home
.. .,1 ',;Jt Woman atead. The convention rum

.. .. \I'' from Aug. 24 to Aug. 28.
.
4 Mrs. Weiss will repreaent all
t' tY .i Florida members of her Aux SAV E
\ ", e 4 Mrs. Cecil G. Bogg was guestof ,
honor at a farewell party iliary She will attend a distinguished
business
guest banquet
given recently by Mrs. John
sessions, e school of instruction
Tarver at
her Montego Bay

4 Drive Mr. and home Mrs.in Bogga Cutler and Ridge.their workers, for publicity volunteer workshop hospital i
and memorial services, and aha
son, Hank will be leaving this 5300 TO S900
> y week for Boston, where he has
.i"j" been transferred after seven, Wash Machines
years residence In Cutler Salts and Service
,' .w. .. Ridge. fl ,'i w All Make and Models, 5 ON ALL '64 NEW RAMBLERS <
\... The table for the farewell New and Used I:
1 lL..1 ..i ...____ party was covered with a pur- NABOR'SHOME :W 22 AMERICANS in A
MRS. FRANCIS WfIIS IMPROVEMENTS
pIe cloth centered with white
SWIMMING enthusiast Mrt. Glenn driftwood a cluster of hibiscus Conventlen-Btvnd S. Did 238-5382 15 CLASSICS stock <
Farnsworth put skill end talent to use this summer leaves and one double lavendar -----.-- : Vf
01 co-director of Aqua Maids swim teem et Home hibiscus. I ASQQ
stead Air Force Bate Aqua Melds teem, which Among the guests were Mrs. !" AS LOW DOWN 36MONTHS TO PAY >.
will ttoge water bollet this morning. Alfred Glattauer, Mrs. Herbert BEAUTY SPECIAL w uv .
Faulconer, Mrs. Robert Con-
roy, Mrs. W W. Pressley Jr., Mon.,Tuts.,Wed. Only SAVE-.SAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVEmltm -
Aqua Maids Performing Mrs. Chester Hanover Mrs Shampoo and Set $2.50 ,..
Burl I
Dykes Mrs George Stock-
Protein Heir Conditioner $1.50 .
"GOOD
lag Mrs. Joe Ray, Mrs. Thorns
Hale, Mrs. Cody Merwln, SAVE lt.50 MonT ? ONLY. I

Today At HAFB; New Mrs.Fredrick Gilbert Ellis, Mrs.Trussell Fred Mrs.My. ..,Wad.Try this $50 with 8:00 am 8:00 pm Mon. thru Sat.
once each week end
ers, Mrs. Marshall Burns, Mrs. This
Charles Seller Sr.. Mrs. Robert be happy with the This offer good GUY CASKEY RAMBLER CO.
"d
Co-Director Instructs Mulligan Mrs. Lance Murphy, difference.Pauline's. tll Oct. II, UM

James Mrs. William Htwett, Mrs. U. S. 1 AVOCADO DR., HOMESTEAD, FLA.
Buckingham Mrs. Earl Salon of
The Aqua Maids, a group 01 f' Sessional swimming club In Warlord, Mrs. John Drescher, Beauty 1 HOMESTEAD-CI 7-1511 MIAMI-238-2972
20 officers' wives at Homestead Cleveland. Mrs. Alan Crosf, Mrs. Joe 124 N. Kromo Ave., Homestead 247-7241 ]
Air Force Base, who en, Mrs. Farnsworth Is a firm bit- Leach and Mrs. IC. A. Kroepsch. .
swimming enthusiast, are fever in water safety and encourages .
presenting a water ballet his, all who like the water
morning for all the school age to be fully versed in all form
children on the base. of aquatic procedures.
Co-director of the croup .li
Mrs. Glenn L. (Bev) Farns-
worth, who joined the team 0
this summer In that capacity COME SEE... 0
She Is the wife of Capt COME SAVE I IJ
Glenn L. Farnsworth of the
309th Tactical Fighter Squadron. -
They have I son, Gary, 1 b
aged one year.
Mrs. Farnsworth was born
and raised in Cleveland, Ohio
She learned to swim as I child.
She joined the Red Cross swimming
program, and at the age
of 17 earned her aenior lifesaving BUICK
badge. As she Is small!
la stature, this was quite i 1
feat At 17, she became I water -I Now in our Second Big Week of Selling the Bankrupt Stock of TOWN & COUNTRY and the Fine Men's Wear purchased from Mar
safety instructor which in the U Red as rin'i Mens Wear of Lauderdale. Join the hundreds who have already taken advantage of the tremendous savings at this sale. Nowis
high as can go
Cross program.you THEATRE I the time to Stock up on Back-to-School needs and buy your Fall clothing at Blg-Big-Saylngs. Doors open 9 A.M. every day. Air Con I IReg.

She taught swimming classes ditioned for your comfort. Open Friday and Saturday until 9:00 p.m. For Your Shopping Convenience.
in Cleveland as a Red Cross
volunteer. One of tier moat CATALINA MEN'SReg.. 4.93 Camel
Bath Robes &
challenging classes. was a group ,
lot delinquent (Irle from c 6.50 SHOES
juvenile home CUast* with SYIJMTRUNKS 388 Beach Robes
about 30 girls In each group to 7.50
were held la the pool of an 1 Beach BoyBoaterCotten SHIRTS28B Rubber Sole
orphanage.As I Long Mesh 319Nylon
co-director, with Mrs. Sol! / .
EEStJ 1 and 4.95
Kardon of the Aqua Maids, Mrs. R.g.
Farnsworth his spent most of 3 for 7.49WfMIL
.
18r 516
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her summer teaching synchro- LACKS I Men'sDRESS
nixed swimming to the group. STARRING* 'LEr (' 95 VAN HUESEN
Her experience in this portionof SHOES!
water sports came from several BUICK SPECIAL D..it '" e.tt... for' .71 JACKETS JACSHIRTSSML
seasons with a semi-pro-

First Christian V6ANDV8le8ABHE 88 a., Reg. to 419

Church StartingA I TROUSERS 5.95 339Iy 39.95 R g. t 5.95 Reg. to 3 8.9 S 1


KindergartenFirst *SKYLARK I League Style Polished Cotton 3 for 9.79MEN'S Y PAJAMASFlannel

Christian Church of rimmmnKS 1
H HIUSIM '
Homestead will inaugurate Its : WILDCAT* 66 NECKTIESe
first community kindergarten II $S : 328and .
this fall, with classes starting SHIRTS'.gOl Reg.o 95 Cotton
Sept. 1 for fourand flve-year. s ELECTRA 225* I :' R.g.99c Values to 5.95 .

olds.Miss Theresa Marsh of Homestead ', ""' .... Dt"' Sk'',.. ''' $ BANLON
will be the Instructor. RIVIERA *
She will conduct I planned program tAwn I
of stories, games, handcrafts 1 LOT 99VALUES ADAMHATS 1 Stretch Socks
recreation and seasonal! PERFORMANCE SUITS 11 JACKETSReversible 1
projects. Classes will be held o29.95 Il 3 for
weekdays from 8:30: to 11:30: a. "
/
m. at the church on Kings CONnNUOUS Wool* DecroniHeavy 5'9:0

Highway. .. Western 99Style
.is to AT.
The kindergarten open
all in the area and will be operated 1
eo an integrated basis, BLAKE-BIRD "mTS '" 5,9'r 5.95 VeliCAMPUS

said Rev, Robert V. Taylor, BUICK INC. J;29, I Heavy Duty WALKING Hundreds
pastor. 520 So. Krome Ave. !

now.Registrations Parents are may being call taken the Homestead, Fl., If S,... Aft e.I.,. SWEATERSonZi & \

church, 247-384t, any morning, 235.7642 GOLD SEAL I SHORTSValues
or Miss Marsh's residence, 247. 24741)1 Unadvertiscd

2015. I i CANVAS HOES 229 88| 1.77 to
695 Value
*
Reg. to 7 to 6.95 3.88

1OCK S7437CcrarWgy Rubber Soles 15.95 i JOCKITUnderwear

I I I "eft .'Cet4 '13 8 Men's JOCKEY


1 HOSIERYInt.rwoven UDder Shirts
11 WEATERS : V Ke* 2JO .. i
I : r 100% Nylen 4 6? Rib Knit

.... ...-.r Lld. 100" 'Orl.. Heuien 69cVan TricotBexerSktrti 100% Ji ge

CHUCK LIMit TadcllicxkNeyw Combd. Ct
Reg. 1.00BOW
I VAN HUESEN
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ROAST aswn 22 lb.Qu'"i'.L.f: J for 4II .i.iAllWeather 3. for 1.99

First Cut Or Mira Ltalt order 5 ?war M,,sees. UUDERWEAR. fol.2.95::. 199 H'.Top' WlOft SfCev*
... Cotton Sport
Home Freezer Specials FLORIDA EGGS
a lb.. 554.ba Ras... Work Boots Sport SHIRTS1
Fresh Grade 4 dos. flAc
lbw T-OM atwiuI lour Shorts Gripper Short Tea Shltn' Pkg. of 3 JACKETSSing
.... Cuk ....... A Small V for 09
a a .lk..... ea.ak-Mi... C.I a.b.Park C1i_ PREEZER; Ir CIAI. "' 11... %1"., : b IN ACASUAL ACME
10 Ibs. for $5.99 lbw T:;:.a.:. Pab sN..d. Cbq.a a..:, 1888Doubl. Leather 888
5 Ik*. BW Cot Sllc1 sal...UwIkfc 1 Reg. 12.95
Else Ribbon Steak Special s StrUfaIW. al c-4. JACKETS I i ; Breasted
:.: ; SlrM* II w Ola Par.Lad '

: .::: :::: .= ,14,& ''i..I fop Werle.,'f. I 1 ,
.... I ,
e Co" awb cal all. CAR COATS
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Boneless' Pork n.l..wk.P4. T. s..lp .:. 89V. I Short Sleeve TIES

SIlolnTI, Sge...., r. '14'ROASTS All W.atller
P.s Pad .. .. IC "'.. 257 Made

CIIOUND MEAT"._ w5.04.10 Lioalt"-N.,er. '2 STEW IRISKET_ ._ .. 10 lb.. _T_ SPORT SHIRTS.. 395: REGAL body Y & 5 OcWEMBL AMPUS light Wght1 488

a.l..l le 3 for 7.39
"j.lb"OLEOwlthS3l.i : Ivy League Toed
FREE: LINK SAUSAGE 1Io'2'
order or more with this ad All SMt Rib Stm j




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MARVIN SHEPHERD
RALPH MARSHALL ASSISTANT MANAGER

MANAGER ,,, .
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I FREE BICYCLE .j .. -. 19" PORTABLE TV GENERAL ELECTRIC
: 7 .... ..
Ifj
t.... ':': r. BUDGET-PRICED THIN LINE

3 : .
/ :' + 1 a ....Cern \-r."c ; I ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

c! !) :kl' SunGlasses :< 119Duttieiltd I

J 5 5 i illlllllllllIIIlllllllllllads. { I II.
nc\t1"t Nnsnplstl.lens.Ta. U II 11. Glut, Siftty WindowIlIIIIIIIillillllllllllllill, I .. _
are n or .mots Itlch.tutured, HUmpKt CtbinttCompict r
't'ars Fhield.eras from :;::::::::::::: :::::: :=::=:::::=::::::::==:=
r sa and wind. :::'i m : Power, dim I Triniternter Nlhou.tt..tylinNFurl mm E : fE.1:

4 t < : ,: .. .'. ','. ,,,"1f <, '.; .' j. .m ?1 !1iii! il:

SAVE DURING OUR FALL SEASON ::::::::::-.:::::::::::::::::=:==

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No Purchase Necessary ::1 FAR1 TIR ONLY ONE

to be given away Sat. Model RH702B AT THIS

August 29 REDUCED PRICE

choice of boys or girls 'IM

".... .,. \ 15,000 BTU'S
SALE
s
AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT
(
Electric L S FRESH AIR VENT

GE ROTARY COMPRESSOR
Hedge i
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MULTI-SPEED COOLING
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Trimmery WASHABLE AIR FILTER

and Black -_ SURE- I a / ROTATOR AIR DIRECTORS

Decker&4JBuy { ,II REDUCED FOR

MODEL TMISY \"{ G RI P TRACTOR REAR s THIS SALE ONLY

It On TIRES ''

1h,1, R .. y; ONLY 50

Pay At TGENERALOELOECR 4 'Goodyear1 economy priced tire that SAVE $ 2 58
$32WSk''
sZ1.S j outpulls and outwears every other tirein UP TO 2452 y.
Weekly! REfRIGWTOAfREEZEIt Rt elm
lint, ZtrsJepst Dilmthf RrlrfnnW FntnrArttnstle r

Just .
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14tu.tL Nit Volum..CopptrtoniMlxor 1Ntees'" :
'19 88 .Mitch Mori,or Wilts ,N
3 DAYS ONLY a'GpIN
Balanced for one hand >t
operation. Sid* handle! gAgV(1
can b* petitioned (orntht $27995 ,
or Mt hand uwveightonly You can Savel!
S Int. U.t !I
on hedge,tree, buihea Buy what youneed..pay
3.50 WEEKLY ;:, ,' later

"T.t: FAC ,!* > i ""**C <$ n
3-T NYLON Don't Miss This Sale .
Beplacement !
s, ; t
Pror.d
trJZ
,Shock Absorbers 4: ; TRUCK .. '="

Ioatar.d Now/ Atifore ride comfort $ !If TIRES 9.5/24 S 41.40 33.10 1 COMPLETE
: end drMng sof.tyl 11.2/24 49.4039:4S- I WITH
? TRACTOR FRONTS THE SPIT,
$088AND ; 11.228 56,50 4SJS-
1., Y ( 5 M& PluiTaic ij|-MILER -S4.76 HOOD
t ::e 1/1 $00x11 11.2/36 68,55 and
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UP Kxe B I\W 11.2/38 72,50 51:92- MOTOR
Goodyear doub! cton! I, Famous Goodyear Triple Rib pM......, 12.4128 64.50'S-- f:53Ihock .
absorbers have d.. \ Nylon tires with 3T triple- CemmenM ---65.86
12..1 3 8 82.45 __
_4 pendable 0-rinj piston tempered. cord. .. _
'; seals 5 coil spring loaded 13.6/28/ 7125 S6.93
\ O valves; ieafed-in. 13.61384piy/ 86.25 __68.88Ip caa -.......
o er > teel construction.. "
$ 15Mm 95. 13.6/386ply/ 101.30 __80.93_ 24 Barbecue Rotisserie
aw: rus t. 14.9/38/ 114.50 91.45
: 'I\\\ \'l11 T l 1'1 1 I first time avar of this Low Prleel I
15,5/38/ 121.85 97.33 Spit.type cooking to ,
lint...II",1.."Ie". .... ...,. a tasty
"M Ui MO *ncwtrtlt ( turn!Spit and tines are heavy
G E DRYER chrome plated, Dependable $1 18 e
heavy-duty UL
GET ALL YOUR FALL TIRE NEEDS AT THESE SPECIAL, SALE PRICESI 110 volt motor, approved

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FLOOR MODEL .. JM U !;swttssm" l' ;'; 'd'r'i n. ] IUII" ;"" .IIII!: \

I GE HI-SPEED RANGE
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12 Ib. With Load 'I.. ,.IG ,I.. 't., CA.ACIT'. ", ..
High Speed Drying Syttaffl ; A
IN I COLOR
O ,
4 Heat Selection >+ wr
v Varlabl Time .. Lint Trap HIMl9il"TIIC M
I Dial Control 1 faiiWASHE I rj '
FLO"
FILTER-
c l I Saftty Start Switch. .
No Special Wiring AUTOMATIC e 23" Master eves NEW LOW PRICI

i tl ? !I .e e Puih Removable butto*area eontrolee door $ '

$15995 NOIt-CIottI $ 128
M drip cook top
j r; Dttertellt di,1peftHt 179
9 TT."....,.r..... / NO MONIY D DOWN S1.7S A WEEKNO
model DA 620y Model e.wtr l iv

":,, $= LY'T T ::::: IIII '" ,l lil"Ut _" "" ;:; :. -S ;(t.w Ss. ...c,.e'S .,

MONEY DOWN! UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY




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I FROM THE 33 FINE CUTLER



RIDGE MERCHANTS! LOOK


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Md Blue Shoe ',, Butler Food 1 LOOK FOR YOUR
Aljo i
Hobbies .1. Coin Shoe Corp. Fair Store LUCKY NUMBERIN

12 Laundry 12 6 3-lb. THE WINDOWSOF
12 LOADS OF $4.00 UNOX HAMS
$2.00
( 6 3-lb. EVERY MERCHANT
GIFTS DRY CLEANING GIFTS BACON


i Gordon i W. T. i His I I LiggettDrugstore Ii. Marco

Jewelers Grant Co. Majesty Shoe Store

3 Mirrors 12 12 TIES 5 12 12
3 Garden Lamp GIFT 2 C I $500 GIFT
$5.00 or I $5.00 GIFT
2
3 Carving Sits CERTIFICATESCustom TIETACKS1i 1 CERTIFICATESMario's CERTIFICATESNeisner
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3 Planter Sits Certificates'o CERTIFICATES'I.
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!I! Camera Star's S

Shop Upholsterers Cosmetics Beauty Shop Brothers

e ....s.cut C.rNIk5ss.: ... ... 12
I Ar. CMMT C 12LIPSTICKS CANS SPRAY NET .
.,.... $3.00 If e
I I ,W...v...F.V'11 FU.k 1IM. Cfmn VtovwP THROWPILLOWS $ GIFT
I .rukl I. Dirk. *- saeI HAIR ORNAMENTS CERTIFICATES
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Ridge O Riteway Richards Words and Greater
i Music Ii
Restaurant Shoe Repair i- ( I Miami
Trip For 2 to i Stationery Note Federal
4 Lucky Number Breikfaiti 12 PAIR .. Paper
LADIES NYLON Cocktail Napkins 12 $5.00
4 Lucky Number Luncheons 12 $5.00 Gift Trip looks
4 Lucky Number Dinners LIFTS 3 Long Play Records Savings Accounts

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Fashion Show ,Saturday


Augusti22nd at 2 p.m.
Charlie Murdock

Hosts... BLOCK 11 (
FASHION PARADE! STUDENTS CAN WIN .
PRIZES! August 22nd, from 2.4 pm many

of the areas outstanding fashion editors and 1, _0 _
fashion counselors will judge the entrants and
name the award winners

Two hours of fashion parading along
with new bicycles, the lunch boxes,
satchels.. and what hove you PARTY ,
hundreds of South Dade boys and prizes'r
being invited to parade the walkways ,
out of stores competing for dozens of _
that will be given by the Cutler Ridge Lucky
Number Merchants. 2 6 P.M. _

2:00: p,m.-Solute'to Flog, Star Spangled Banner-Introduction by local __ _
Boy Scout Troop
2:05-3.00-Bottle of Teen-Age Bonds: Judged' by audience. with WQAM
D.J.awaidmg 1st Prize .
3:00-4;00-Boys and Girls Ages Six to 10: Back-to.Back. Race-Bubble Gum
Contest-Pie Eating Contest-Prizes! Prizes!

Inside Cutler Ridge Auditorium WQAM'. OWN

4:00-4:15-Bapy Crowning Contest: Open to Babies up.tot 2 years. And Boys Charlie Murdockand
Girls 2 to 5 vears Winners to be judged on smile. personality A regular future for
and appearances.PRIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES! the Trent at Cutler Ridge ,R
Is the weekly FRIDAY
0 Outside on Th.Moll t te
NIGHT Hop Charlie
4:15-4:30-Woman's Hot Making Contest: Hots to be made at home and Murdock hosts this iwing
modeled by creators at event Prizes for the most unusual hot, Best log dance which begins
Theme Hnt (Back-To-School) and the prettiest Hat. Prizes for the at 830 pm.
Youngest hot designer and the oldest hot designer
4:30-5.00-Cake Decorating Contest: Audience participation Prizes for
the mcst unusual coke Best Theme Cake (Back-to School)) and the Skipper Chuck
prettiest coke. Prizes for the youngest coke maker and the oldest In Person
cake maker.! +
KIDS! Don miss the
5.00-6.00-Tee"tago Dance Contest. Fast and slow dance music by the win great IhWI Skippernor
of the Pqttle of the Bands Prize by //QAM. Woltz Contest for Chuck and his entire f-
Golden Age group:Special Prizes. show Just for you! Remember F *"
IT'S A FUN FILLED PARTY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY SPONSORED BY It's a date on.
Friday Aug 21 at 7 p m
THE CUTLER RIDGE MERCHANTS'ASSOCIATION.
Have Big, Fun while, the y
folks shop the Big CutlerRidge
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i I,f fi II Police Cleared By Pearson. I



0 (Continued from Page 1) reeled and I... thin the best Instead of thai throe who "drives" or sporadic enforcement have Involved a police officer
equipment, were the main formerly were aeiltned, ,..,- ; It will require "continuing but the Informant could
In the meantime, Pearson bn faults '..r..n'. Investigation win at.t... I awareness and strict not identify the officer.
I put Into effect I act of personnel turned up, he Indicated. enforcement. Pearson seld. I Said Couley, "Then all that
I ._ rule which If I partial Returning to the question 01 stink and smell
\ t substitute for civil service. The With the hiring of i fourth gambling In South Dads, the Its existence "can only flour out of this little wssn't necessary -
I rules IlK Iud. pay scales for man this week and i fifth officer city manager said such activities iih through inattention on the, town
II Pearson said he Is
I each poaltlon and spell out to coma by Friday, the exist here "on lIar,. part ol those relpOn.lbfor/ chief, while acting
methods open to employei whoseek department will be back to full scale" seeing that it does not iccur, continuing hisdtMes
recount for any grlevanc strength Pearson laid. and apathy on the part ol thecitizens es city manager, but
He charged that a new opera ," he continued.Pearson hopes. te have e recommendation
t tI The original three.shift operation tion, called the C M. A. Syndlcste for police chief by S.pt.
I HIt report called for correc will go Into effect Sept has been formed In said his Inveitlga t.
Jon of what Pearson Indicated 1, he tald. (Men have been South Dade In the past few tloa tumid up In the police "I understand you're going;
J If a longtime lack capable, working 12.hour shifts, fix weeks, and pledged himself to department. the same situation to go to school and learn how to
Y profeHlonal police leadership, 'days a week, to bridge the gap 'continue' to do everything In as that of the community be a policeman! ," Conley said
and the creation of hard and ,created by resignation of seven. my power to see that (gambling !. people/ had heard rumors of referring to a series of lass enforcement .
fast procedural rules govern police officers almost one ) It not permitted in this various wrongful activities, but classes which Pear.
log police activity. 'third of the force) community nobody would admit to having son has arranged for training
Th... tw. areas, lng In the reorganisation, personal knowledge of such the new officers and as a re
with" a "rather week records Homestead will have enlv two The war eialnit such op. wrong-doing. fresher for longtime police-
I systtm ( new belne can men In Its detective division. eratlens eannet ke won kyCONVINI1NTLY "Ne citizen te date has men.
some ferw.rd with any concrete "Who' will act as the manager
evidence/ .r feet of any while you're doing thin?" Con
f q.mbNr Ls.q 0"Gou entry"Stabs Wagon connection of gambling end ley asked."I .
"police'' personnel,* his report am assuming the classes
Y seld. will be evening ones that I will
Quizzed by Conley, Pearson take on my own time, if that\
Year'sbestsavingsonabest-sellingwagon II I laid one Individual had given all right with you," Pearson
I A NSW CAR I him information that could retorted.
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_..Thurtdey, August 20, "64 The NBWS LEADER
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Con't. From Pg. Legal Notice Legal Noiice I3Mal. Help Wanted 16 Work Wanted-Mele 25 Homo t RepairmenFIRST Builders 40 Homestead Hornet For Area Sole


How And CARRIER Boys. immediate NEED job bad. Hauling trashor

Why IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT STORK LEGAL FOR NOTICE LIAHK" all openings for carrier boys In anyithiiig. Have 1964 2 quality painting InterIor LEISURE CITY 3 bedroom 1-

IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY The Houilat Authority of ,,,. areas Call ClrculatiDept ton stake truck CI 7-8282 or exterior 17-years experlence. bath fenced awnings. $400
FLORIDA IN PROBATE: CIt ef Horaenteae' I. hanOi fa>- CI 7-2321. I anytime. Insured. Free esti. down, assume low payments.
No.' IllltC Titles >eale4 bids to .0".' rental CI 75102.LEISURE .
Symthe Fired In REt EiUte of 10... of Conmlioary Iooato4 Itftoutk CAPABLE A & E mechanic for WHITE maintenance labor., mates. CI 7-6220.
Verne Hardmon Dodo Farm Labor Camp. Cessna and other Small Air. CITY new section 2-
.. janitor Phone CI 7-44B4 HOUSE
0reaaed. i JI. .lad. Florida for s period painting, single story, bedroom
craft Homestead
CI 8- ,
area. carport awningsair
NOTICE TO CREDITORS of two (I) yean, aevlnnln 00_ reliable, for free estimate CE ,
To All Creditor and All P.noae 5,.. I, loud throuth Heptemker I*. 0222, evenings CI 7-3424. 18-A Kindegartens 58289 or CE 8. 1867. conditioner, screened
Smith stated that he had approved Dr. Pots asked H.vIn* Clalme or Demande Aialnat 1144. Bide moat ko In tko Office $600 down, no qualify
Smythe
I .. rbH
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Said Eo. DISHWASHER
of tie tkanllrte steady
Authority not later job
the letter of notifica for further evldonc against You ... ....h' notltltd end revulred O'clock Noon on Monday around with advancements.year LITTLE Friends Kindergarten MARY Carter Paints. Top qual W Perkins RealEstate ,
tion to Mrs. Reeder before it Mrs. Rtedtr, and Smythe "re In pm..5isalsimsssd. September 7. 1X4. The Jlon.I.KA"lhorl. See 1 Ir. Cutler ity paints, low prices See us CI 71343. !
> Cox Darby's Resl. Ridge Church
Baptist
d.m.d ohiO .....
was you may have rm t.. rliikt to reject for all your painting needs
mailed but after talking plied that he had net fired ...ilnit 50 m.I. of Verne Hird. any or all bMo. aurant, 2D920 S. Federal Hwy. now accepting reservations
with Mn. Reeder .... d........ Ie... I including painter. 278 S LUCKY Number 8278 [
he felt dismissal Mri. Raider, and that he or Dado Countr.rlorlde. Leonard 0. Bremler' I,. for the fall sessions trsin- Emote, CI
was too would to tko Countr Iud... .1 F.ecutlvo Director DRIVER salesman, some sales ed workers fenced playground 7-4634 LEISURE City bedroom nearschool
severe. put her back en the Dade Co..t,.. sod file tho ...o I.dupll. I. A..r. II. If., IT. 1144. background Dreferred. Excellent : _
|lob If te Instructed by the ..,. ..d o> provided I. 5.SI. ..- "music classes re. ,McMICHAEL JL SON palntin banoPf18fo: $9500.
jssmtion'with
Dr. Burton said h* loft that board .. 111.1C. Florida .t..u.... In local firm, fmhments daily hue transportation Work guaranteed licensed Fillmore -
according te the their offlcel I. .! Perrine Employment Agency,, Ln- CI 70985.:
rntiHng ,..lIn, that the Countr Court.hnii.o provided. For information
wry.thing mlnutei. PHONE YOURCLASSIFIED 482 Perrine and Insured. CI 7-1844.
had In Dado Countr, Florida, Ave. CE 82341.. call CE 80734
been rtttortd-thitw .101. Ha calendar nontka from LEISURE CITY section 8. 3-

had done the proper Dr. Burton then amended his the tim nf tho first publication EXPERIENCED Irrigation man, 19 PAINTING. Licensed Insured.. bedroom CB& large Fla.

thing." motion adding that Smythe be koroof or at tho Hnmrotoad lima will, Florida bo karrodDatod toll' AD wanted. C.ICI 73333.. Musie-Danclng-Drama Neat and clean work BufonAdartis room, sir-conditioning. $11-

Mrs. Reedeiwas advised I advised of the order for rein. lath dar of Aufilit. A. D. 114.MiiMoll EXPERIENCED mechanic. Must GUITAR, I'mrio and Accordion CI 73969. 3028.900 with. $1000 down a 7.

by staling Mrs. Reeder. The motion Mooor have lessons, Mr. Helger. Pianos
tools 102 So. Krome
the A. Acrnlnletrator
board to back or Al fcaeoeterKtrM SCREENS
report to HOMESTEAD Cl 7-2321 repaired replace.
carried with Mrs. Bogner pukllcatloa of lOla notlcion tuned. CI 7.3442. NEW custom built home. 3 bedroom
work the next day, which she and Mrs. White voting againstit. tho ZOth dar of Ana-net, 1164. PERRINE CE .3393 INSURANCE debit, well esta porches patios or pools. CE 2 baths on '4 I acre of
5-4039,
did. PIANO ORGAN Guitar lea.
Marvin l.hll4AUoro. lished sub-itindard. Splendid pine trees. CI 7-6841.
., for Eiocutor 3 lines 1 day . 1.10 opportunity for right man sons. House of Melody, Dade.land .
11 NW Sth St, Hom..I..d.. Fl.. 37 Brokers In Real
During the day, she received Asked by Dr. Pena if the or Pukllikoi Au.. tO 17) sorts, II. 3 lines 2 days . 1.30 Above average earnings to MO 7-6421 Shopping Center. Miami Estate LOVELY HOME, 3 bedroom
a letter instructing her not to lute start. This is an ad worth 2 bath huge Florida
der would be carried out 3 lines 4 room;
doy . 2.15 SUBURBAN Realty -Bill
return to looking into. CaU NE 4.6818
work until further Smythe said It would be ac IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3 lines Month . 4.30 PIANO lessons classical & RelHy, Realtor 29345 Kin,. wall to wall carpet, drapes
notice Burton told the press. complished. ,ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF MAN to work on poultry farm popular music piano avail man Rd, Leisure City. CI 7. throughout Central AirConditioning .

This letter, from Smyth t* FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE One Dox-51.00 Minimum 20001 S. W. 248th St. CI 7: able,for practice, CB 8-0204. 3452: or CE 8-1481. awnings, sprinkler

Mrs. Raider, doted Aug. t, Delany, stating hat I IN CHANllRV COUNTY.NO. lie .m ((2 Lines) 7429. system, shuffleboard court
says: Smythe' refusal te recognize JuHro CrawfordCHAnWICr 21 Special Services 38-A Investment landscaped royal palms H
the earlier reinstatement T. DtENtR, CASH RATES APPLY DURING ROYAL Castle. Steady work Properties acre In beautiful Melody Manor.
"Please be advised that Plaintiff. DISCOUNT PERIOD with an opportunity for advancemcnt.
your move had put the board into Complaint for DivorceBARRARJTj'ANIT Benefits include ADDING MACHINES Must be seen to be appreciated. -
employment status remains as Cards of Thanks and DUPLEX with one side vacant
an awkward petition with .
good sharing Typewriters new, used re- Original price $28
stated in my letter of July 29, every employe In the hospital Defendant.TO DIENFR Memory verses-S2.00-10 Lines pay, life and hosplullz companyprofita 1 built. Bought) sold rented. for owner immediate 2 bedroom 'sfonbth 1 900. Reduced to $22,909 for

1964. Any changes thereto must laid he felt the board BARBARA JANET DIEKER Count four tion Insurance paid vacation Authorized Remington Sales each side. quick sale. Many pieces of
iterate words line Only $3500 down
be In accordance with the by. should ale N. WIMnrtoB Street nor and meals Advance with service supplies. S. Dade Office .
elk te
Smythe re Adrertlilar to a pmrlleto which ntuetoa a / and excellent terms. South furniture will be left %722()
laws of the James Archer Smith Raleigh. Monk .Carolina prote.. ieilr.it mliuM. w. .... growing company. Apply Machines N.Iirome
sign. You are requlrod W '."',1 n ..", lone. tke right Ci 7.J.: : Dixie Realty CE 81616. SW 166th Ave. CI 7-7338.
to edit Ave. Repair
Hospital Inc. elaailfy. In.d. nearest
of your A..... or pleadfnv to the .., manager your Royal
reitriet
"Should you be desirous of When Smythe refused De PI tint Iff! Complaint for Divorce oathe Osnp.r.II abbravlatloaa adt.rtl.lna not of eontliteal to.Joe Castle Store.SERVICEMAN. all makes. __ WANT to own a grocery store? LOVELY 2 bedroom home furniehed .

discussing another position lany moved that his employ. PL8KOK!: Plaintiff 1000 N Attorney, Krama, IRVING Avei. .... with. the pollclee of this pa- for promotion EDGING $1 first time SOC Have a building on US 1. or unfurnished walk

within the hospital, please con ment be terminated. Ralph Hoaieiteiil, Florid., ... file tho p.We- work at Cutler Ridge Lanes.1 thereafter. Also lawn service Goulds. Perfect spot for ing distance to hospital
orlalaal A..... pleadinc In ... store similar to 711. next to schools churches and
tact me."You Wetmore seconded the motion.In .. or will net .. ..._."10 for more Call CE 91431.: reasonable. Call CE 81849. trailer chop
Offt ot the Clerk of the CIramtCoors camp. CI 72951. Box ping. Only $77.15 petmootlu
tnin ana aaaemet .
are hereby placed on on or before tko II day ofSept. _____ laiortlon.DEADLINES 0132. Goulds,
ELECTROLUX sales & servIce payments. Call
leave the discussion preceding 1144 or the Complaint will betaken SERVICE station attendant. Peggy Carneyat
with pay pending a proper the vote Councilman Herman .. ...,..... ky ,.... must be married. Salary and F. E. Shaw 513 NW 9th Ct.. 39 CI 7-7221. The Keyes Co.
and complete determination 5555.y dI.io.-lo FrMoy Forms & Land For Solo 220 N.
Krome
DONE .d Ordered lit MIamI Dod I.o: Homestead. CI 7.11972. Ave. Realtors
of this matter myselfaa Marks city representative on County, Florida, this II. day ofAuauot. Tiiireaay Edition- .a.. Wet I commission, references. Cher. Homestead.
by the: board said the reaffirms : IIRI. II le Shell Service 30400 S. Federal ,HEAVY duty tractor & dink 1. OWNER, 10 20ii
administrator and the Board ion of Dr. Burtons motion had K B. LeathermanTltrk I Hwy. CI 7-6636. service D. G. Peebles, CI 7' grove. $22TO 'rl'r CI 7-5279 MUST sell like new air-con
of Directors of Circuit
in accordance with the CsorSSi 4491.
in effect, stated that the same E. H. LenwiyDeputy 39-B ditioned 3 bedroom, 2 bath
the by laws of the hospital." motion, made at the Tuesday Clerk 1 I AnnouncementsIF SHORT order cook good salary AWN mowing Homestead Acreage home. Florida room well
The July 21 Utter to which Pukllahed AUK. Is. IT: Sept S. 11 permanent position.! Perrine landscaped and fenced back
meeting was illegal 1144. area. Evenings CI 72829. SEE me about Country; Acreage -
Smythe referred stattt Employment Agency 48::
: yard. Price reduced to $18-
"It is necessary that I relieve If Smythe had refused to I LEGAL NOTICE THE telephone LAST four numbers of Perrine Ave. Shopping Cen LAWNS fertilized edged tha, M.Hwy.Campbell property Reg.etc Real Ale 000. Call nowl! Joe Hoffmanat
ORDINANCE NO. U-O4-4 your number is the ter. CE82341.WHITE mowed, machine a
swept, 7-7221 evenings CI 7-
you as director of nursing obey an Illegal motion then AN ORDINANCE REGULATING tame as one of our lucky Fatatu Broker Ct 7-3930.
hedges trimmed, trees topped 77369. The Keyes Co. 220(
services and assistant ad. grounds for the dismissal had TOts PARKINO AND PLACING OF numbers call CI 72321 for Service Station atten.
INCAPACITATED MOTOR VEHIPLFS & removed, sprinkler systems -39-D Homes to Move N. Krome Ave. Realtors,
ministrator effective Monday not yet occurred, he said. OK PUBUO AND PRIVATE your free movie tickets to ttse Middle aged, pcrman repaired. Sand, top soil. Homestead.

) Aug. 3, and this letter constitutes PROPFRTY WITHIN TOSS CITY the Palms Theatre or Breezeway Apply, DirectOil. & gravel hauled and ..preadMIMEOGRAPHING 8UNGALOW5-rcomn
such relief Due to "Dr. Pena stated that he OF HOMESTEAD PROVIDING Drlve-In Theatre. Homfstcsd and Cinuld*. if desired. CE 9-7328. moved. Central alr-conditlon to be POOL patio home with 4 bedrooms
had conferred with the hospital FOR A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION 2 baths end all electric
four motivation and I believe ed 2
new tile
HEREOF AND REPEALING 14 Male & Female bathrooms new
attorney and he was already 1.A : Guaranteedtop kitchen. On
in
Personals U acre
lincere metal
efforts the
to do best ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS awnings Making I room
Job for the hospital I preparing a court Of ORDINANCES IN CONFLICEUK Help Wanted service a&motorkrPl prompt for parking Tot. Call after 12 Melody Manor. Close to high
school and Avocado Elemen
would like to find a 'slot' for case, the minutes read. HEREWITH IT ORBAIrJFO ItY VHS CITY ELDERLY lady wants to share IF YOU are attractive and have rates. Roy Hsynes CI 73994. anti noon 118 Collins Ave., MI. tary. Call Joe Hoffman> at CI

you in the organization; how- Mrs. Bojner asked if the CoUNCIL OF THE CITY Of furnished. 3 bedroom home Rood personality' ages 21 to Beach. 77221. evenings CI 77369.

iver, the decision is yours, not board was considering a lawsuit HOMF Section TCAD I. From FLORIDA an* after th. 1143 In Pleasure Village, ED 6- 32 and Interested in learning I NEED a maid? Cleaning full:: time Iron: The Keyes Co. 220( N. Krome

mine before the action adoption of thi ordinance.. It ihallka a profitable and rewarding ing, babysitting, 40 Homes For Sole Ave. Realtors, Homestead.
firing unlawful for any perion or per- career Apply in part time, live-In, live-out Nofees '
"If you remain with the hospital was taken; Dr. Pena replied lone firm or rorporatlon to parkor 2 Card of Thanks 1124 N. Federal Hwy.person after to you. Carefully screened Homestead Area PROGRESSIVE type home 2-

an adjustment of your that they were anticipating the placet any ahendnned or ....10. 1pm. with references. PerrineEmolovment -- bedroom 'with Pool on B or

annual salary must be made." possibility. anlcally lacepailtnted... motor ..- we ere sincerely grateful' to ____ Aeenev. 482Peri'ln'e ATTENTION newly 10 acres. Terrific buy. Valencia
puhtla or asslgne
vchlrlci
klclo or .any.
On our friends and neighbor OVER 22, permanent employ. Ave. Shopping Center. Realty, CI 7-3993.
Aug. S, after the board private property within me cityllomeetead. of Military Personnel: let us
Pena
had voted to reinstate Mrs. charged that Smythe or allow tho eama toko for their many acts of kind. ment vacation group insurance CE 82341 I help you get settled, we are
had been In trouble with the parked placed or allowed to remain ness during our sad bereave. retirement & other located REDUCED price. Must SelLLovely
Reader Smyth also sent a board In December and once on private property wlth5.to. ment. Our appreciation I cannot benefits for those who qual. POST HOLES-chrubs, fences,I just outside the hospital 3 bedroom, air con

letter to Dr. Pena as board again thin year, and that there .. City of ..ef.11011.Homeetoad.. or within except...10.is'sid. be adequately expressed ify. Homestead Air Force Base clothes lines It drains. Orin rentals gate available to HAFB for sales & ditioned on big corner nearLeisure

praidnr, stating that his were discrepancies In the hospital ... wails nf lufflrlent helihth In tuck Tan end Ronnie Peter. Exchange phone ED 6-9312 Smith, 206 NE 1st Rd.. CI 7- late Immed. City $13200.()( no
continuation *f Mrs. Roedera manner .. to 5"...., obiervatloiof 6267. occupancy. Carnine-Coop. closing costs. $200 down
bookkeeping He said according .vehicle or V.hI.l.. from ..dloI.I.E .-. 4 Coin CollectorsA 61 YEAR old combination life er Realty Brokers 336-28] 15240 SW 290 St. Owner -
"rllvtd" was written to the minutes, that public ar private. pro...,.. company seeks 5 applicants SEWING wanted. Charlotte D or CE 5.4001BEAUTIFULLY.. Miami 444-2483.
"not t ...rrldo action Section I. Any ..,.... aonvletodef .
by
any this was the third time the immediately. Complete training Goff, 20 NW 13th Street.
.
the board but t vlolatlnt any f tho provliloniof COMPLETE service for coin Call CI 74798.: landscaped 2 i SACRIFICE by owned! Screen
present ani board had bad to call a special thIs artS. n.orns ka panl.h.ed program. Ages 21-40, female
...... coUectors -Investment lots 1 bedroom 1 bath pool home,, ed pool patio borne 3 bed..
i issue properly so that it may meeting to slap the ado nls.tralor' hy n fine not to Five ; 21-50 male. Salary and
be concluded In accordant Hnnilred lion 10) Dolls or by. singles rolls, proof sets, gold commission. Car SEWING MACHINE repairs. Large patio screened porch I rooms, w'Jh'/or tt bath m
wrists. for n term not to ea k supplies necessan all make and :
ImprleiHimont Homestead Coin Free checkups or hardwood floors 725 NE: garage, sprinkler
with the bylaws..." He charged that a policy of ..... sisSy (101 Imprisonment door or by In hot the Exchange, 1336 N. Krome SW PL 42531 Miami and Homestead. 3:1-y: ,.. experience. 1-yr. free 14th St. Call CI 74754 after, system nice corner

It asks that the matter be "divide and conquer" had pit dlicretlon inch fine of or I h. ('.,ut. Tel. 248-0612. Oren 10 to 8 service on all repairs. C. J. 8:30 p,m.BY lot CI ;-:8&r1.

placed on the agenda of the ted board members against Section S All .rdln..... or parti __! opt Sunds 15 Work WontedFemaleBABY Dallier, CI 7-1629.
regular meeting of the board. of ordl..._ In conflict herewith OWNER, 2'i year old cua SWIMMING FOOL 5-bednn.,
each other In recent months are herehy repealed 12 Female Help Wonted TREES trimmed s topped, re torn built CBS 2 bedroom, 2I 2-bata on It a quarter.
Aug. II, "so that all pertinent Dr. Barton rapped Smythefor PASSED AND ADOPTED ,.,. nursing wanted. Nigh moved. Ress.! reliable, exper.I I bath, large Fla. room &.: ga. Sell or ad.e. One mile from

evidence and facts may be pre.tented" what he termed "Improp U. day FILL of May.DICKINSON 1IU. BEAUTY operator full or day. CI 3948. I Dynamltlna.4028.. rage. 100x135 lot. CI 7- 033. Redlands Elementary on

for the board's information er" handling of Mrs. Render Prealdent, City Canned time Alice's wanted Newton Rd. Owner CB 8-3711
and determination.It In bringing charge againsther ATTFSTl Beauty Salon, 6 CHILDCARI my home hour, CONVENIENT to schools 4 or FR 3-3304.
A. E CAMPBELI. E. Mowry St. 22 E Insurance bedroom 2 bath home. Price
week
was at this point. Dr. Bur. while she day or infants up. CI
was en vacation City ClerkAPPROVED $13,200 $400 down with FUA 2!i ACRE tract with 1 bedroom .
7.9489.
ton said, that the board called and not giving' her a thIs 19th day of COLORED Need Jobs? Maids 796 NW 9 St. Call Rogers CBS furnished house.
Snow IIn' live-Ins, days work etc. INSURANCE Problems?? For
another special meeting for chance te defend herself. RICHARD I. CONLETitsyor Come EXPERIENCED child care like Magee owner at CI 74976. $10,100.CE 5-8359 after 6
Friday Aug. 7 at 5:30: p.m. i "If he wanted to> get rid of ready to work Ferrite they were my own. Fenced ill kinds of Insurance programs and weekends.
,. .. 1054. Employment Agency. 482 annuities & health insurance !I DUE to illness sell
"because we felt it was to As II II. 10. yard and nice play room. CI must 2 bed
up an employe he should have
Perrine Ave. Shopping Cen 7-4379. call Joe Stlngone, room, 1 bath, furnished 'I BEDROOM CBS with carport,
us because of the insubordination used s legitimate excuse," BU* TALLAHASSEE: !, FLORIDA ter CE 8.2341.DOWNTOWN CI 74999. Prudential Agent large Florida room carport. 8', years od.! $790 down _including
NOTICE
,
of Mr. Smythe. ton told directors, and later NOTICE I. hereby liven. that tha IRONING, 1 day service in my 30221 SW 172nd Ct. Come between closing OIta. $33monthly
It was at the close of this made the same statement to T'...... of tke Internal Improvement church needs home. CE 84595.: PRUDENTIAL Insurance; Life, I 1 & 5 p,m. payments CI 7*
heated meeting that Smythewas the Fond nf the State .of_ Florida church: secretary Must have Education family, retirementand 7490.(
press.Smythe
In .._I" In tho Boord. Kooi. of estate consultant. Call
dismissed previous experience and ref RELIABLE babysitting my FOR SALE 3 bedrooms, 2
on a 63 board was aided te leave tho Governor'! Office, Capitol A.Build-MBST. erences. Apply in person at home. References. CB 5-4459: Joe Kavanaugh CB 5-7668 baths, awnings. CI 7-3695. 3/2 FHA. Must sell by October.
vote. the and Pins restated I.e. eckeduled for Soda '
room,
Itk. 1114 240 N. Krome' Avenue First 519 NW,12 St
.p..I
Meantime, the legality .f Delany'a motion te terminatethe will( ..),.101.on. application>o made byMerakon. Baptist Church.EXPERIENCED WILL care for children in my 25 Home Builders HOMESTEAD, 426 NW 7th St.,

acting on the Raider matterat administrator "due to Insubordination S..,.... Johncton. Du.M.hrt. .- home for working mother.CI & Repairmen 12500. bedroom home per. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath with stove
the earlier meeting had to, the board wody, ... 4 Colo. 110* FIrst waitresses ov. 7-8653.: feet condition. 32x34 Artist a..: refrigerator on corner lotto
Natl. Bank Bld.., Miami Florid. er 21. Apply Roma Restaurant attached down payment, no> closng -
inspec
boon questioned by Smyth end loss of effectiveness te o abehalf .1 Jo..pk Ariel. at UI WILL care for children flur lIfnl;:: : Annie
to Veterans. B.
645 N. Krome
for ...""h.... of tho following' d.. Florida ; AAA Construction or additions. Gallagher, CI 7-
and several directors, sine the hospital, with pay icrlhed land, ........ City. home fenced yard 1725 Cell Wally Kelrstead CI 7- 3001. Smith, Reg. Broker. CI 76563. .
the bylaws limit action at a through the end of the File No, lt o-ll-l.lll 9 St Homestead CI 7-9388. 808. .
specially called meeting t* month." A parcel of aukmertvd land InIII. FASHION director for new LEISURE City, 15420 Hayes

the tints enumerated In the Dr. Smith said that Smythe ...,..., Ray I. ...,.... 41Fait. 1, fall jewelry Top commission PHONE Circle 7-2321 FRANK Delk Painting licensed Lane like new 3 bedroom, H- I BEDROOM 2 bath, double
Townihln 17 South II..r., D.d. Part or full time I'L: and l Insured. Workmanshipguaranteed. acre. $8950. Owner 426 NW garage VA 4U% mortgage,
"too of Iilandln
call. dictatorial to Cltr '
was wanting 41397. : THEY BRING RESULTS! 949 M loth St CI 7-9572.
County Florida Irlnf ...t.I, CI 7-2297. 7th St.. Homestead. Cl 7.3001
Early in the Friday meeting run things his way added that of and abuttln. the South 111,11

minutes show that Dr. Burton employes were in an uproar feet of G........uS Lot t of GAL 'r.erl'o; Salary I local

was called on to reaffirm his expenses had gone up one laid .lection T, .containlnf..., IIIaeree. area Employment
more or
motion of reinstatement for third since he was employed and will oonilder objection thereto Agency, 482 Perrine Ave.Shopping .

Mrs. Reeder, as made at the and "he was running things Oniretlona to tko ,.o.d aalo of Center. CE 8-2341
eald lend ihonld he inkmltted to tOt
Tuesday session. Ed Delany like there was a million dollars Chief En...... Tn...... of tk. LADY companion and light
seconded the motion. coming in." Internal Improvement. ,..01. Elliot housekeeper live,in, own

Three times during the pro. A move to table action on the solidI tko..dot Tllliha.iee.fh-ot above.Forlda.mentioned priorto room" and private bath In Boy WantedIn

ceedmgs, moves were Instituted firing resulted in a tie vote The Trort... ro..r.. tke toOt to lovely country home must be Paper
with Pena voting no to break decline Ie make aale of any or al able to drive salary to be discussed .
to action
until
delay
an of laid land The .. .. If and when at interview. Please II
investigative committee could the tie. made shall .. eubjact to tko Tru,-
consult Voting te dismiss Smytho 5e0. ....rvlnv .. themoelvoa. Tl% call CI 75268PERSONNEL:
with all parties concerned .
I of tko phoipkaito ..I....Ie and IOn;
and report back to the were Delany, Dr. Burton Dr. ale aad 10% of tke petroleum there.M counselor trainee
board. Smith, Herman Marks, Dr. or thereunder. Furchalor la repaired If you like to meet the pub-!
.
I to pay for or fnrnlih doc.umenlary lie this is a good opportunitywith
Pena and Ralph' Wetmore.
Twice the Invoitlgationt
tax atampa for thr 1ft.
Voting aglnst the dlsamissal llrnmcnl ef aonvermca. growing employment
were proposed by Judge
BY ORDER of tho Trtiiteta of tke agency. Perrine Employment Your !
David Lktbman, and one by were Mrs. Bogner, Mrs. White Internal Improvement Fund of ,.. Agency 482 Perrine Neighborhood
and Uebman. 8-214i
Smyth. Judge State of Florida I Shopping Center CE .
The administrator said he Smythe told The News Leader ARRIS. BRYANTGov.rnor

would agree to the reinstate Wednesday he would reserve A's.,, RN for Saturday & Sunday 7
any comment at this W. R. .ElTOn Ckl'( Engineer to 3. Also LPN, Fla. license.
ment of the nursing supervisor time. Trn'te I. I. Pa.d 11 to> 7, 5 days week. Lincoln Because of the expanding circulation of our paper we have openings for ambitious
,
provided a further investigation Pub Aui 0 II. I' 11 JIll. Memorial Nursing Home,

was made into the narcotics LEGAL: NOTICEIN 11293 SW 216th St., Goulds. boys aged 12 to 16 to handle a morning paper Route in this area for THE NEWS
angle "and other items, whichhe Goldwater is also conservative THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT CE 5'7461.SECRETARY.
was not prepared to bring in the use of adverbs.In IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY LEADER.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIn Insurance back.
,
before the board at that time," saying he was surprised REi' time of No' III41-A PernneEmployment

and provided that final decision that Gov.front Wallace the had,withdrawn he SAMUEL HYMAN.e
as to Mrs. Reeder's assignment race, NOTICE TO CREDITORS I nine Aye Shopping Center.
her continued employment or didn't say he wa* pleasantly Ta All tredltora aid All Peraoni CE H2341. Thursday and Sunday morning. They learn business training methods, learn how to

his own continued employment aurprised. Havln Eo.(.1.1..,.. a* Demanda AtalaatSaid TWO Barmaids. Driftwood Bar meet people, how to handle money, and also how to accept responsibility.

would be decided on the basisof You arc kereby notified. and required
to ........ .nv.i.Isussd It Restaurant 333: N. Flag
the investigation's findings. Legal Noiice demanda which you any have ...1.., ler Ave. Apply In person between win
the the have
Dr. Smith efcctd| t. the the MUM of SAMUEL HVMAN 11 am. fc 5pm. No During year boys many opportunities to trips, prizes, etc., by gettingnew

hard feelings that he feltwould NOTICE C.COHEN...,. Florida d_..d. to late She of CountyJudiei. Dado phone calls.WAITRESS customers on their routes. Many Boys agree that the fun and adventure on these

result from such Investigation la .....,. .... th. ,
an Notice .1. taat of D.d. County and file .
end said he believed City ,_...."'. will eel .. a Boara the lame In duplicate nod. .. provided must be experienced carrier sightseeing trips are more important to them than the actual money they earn
..( Eo.oallaatloa on Aa*. IS I*. SOat In Beetloa 111.1*.. Florid with local references
putting her back en ue p... In I.. City Hall forparpoto Statutea, m tkelr 0111... In tDOCO..I All shuts available. Apply from the route itself.
the |lob w.uld prevent tItle of aearlav aoanplalata, ,. ...".'.. hi Dado County. .
roes.... for .dJ.......ts.a Aieeeeoata Florida, within li. calendar Cutler Ridge Lanes Restau
Asked by Dr. Pena' if he 0 M flxea1 In the 1044 Tea Hull. ......h. from tho time of the flrit rant.
wished to restate his reinstate. JOHN .. CRKENE, publication hereof, ., tko Mr .
City Tax A.,o,eor will be ..,..... WANTED, woman to clean A
ment motion to follow the lines .. .. For Information On Route For Your
City ef Flori. City Da.Aaf. Deted Miami.' Florida tklelltk trailers on Sales lot. Call CI BoyPHONE
suggested by Smythe, Dr. Bur te. 14. 17. 1(44 day of Aoauat. A D It... 7-0818, Homestead.
EDWARD L.
ton refused. : BRAN AM

The minutes quote Dr. Burton NOTICE NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS Flrrt puklleatlon A. Administrator.1 tkli .otl.l loa WHITE ladies for telephone

as commenting that Mr. NOTICE: IS JURIST: Crease the llth day of Amu.t 1114. survey. Over age 21. Call Ci
that the vaae ,laea. dooMa* to SYLVESTER: P. ADAIR 73708 from 10 a.m. till 12
Smythe had been in trouble ...... .
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iiaaio Ia ead tke fie.Bullalal Attorney for Eitale
with the board before and he 5151,,,. .... ., Li.Is .....1..1 451 Wa.hlst,. ...*... noon, Monday through Fri Leader
at S41 Lincoln Roe4 Mall.Miami Homeetead. florid. day. The News
bad gone to bat for him, but &. rlorMa Inten4i> to Au*. II. I'. Ill ...t. I. 1114 .
that Mr. Smythe could not nslotor aaM 0.0.0 witS tko Clerk YOUNG lady to be assistant .
thumb his nose at this board of tke Clralt Court ., Dado Coqatr manager in small restaurant CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT _

and every man on It, and you rierMa.Fallen/ Development. Corp.n SHOP THESE Perrine Employment Agency, '< ",.

couldn't build a hospital that 8010 Florida 0...,Corporation Center 482 Perrine CE 8-2341.Ave. Shopping CI 7-2321 OR CE 8.3393 '

way He said the board should J DarU. LioIt....
sob for Attorney foe Apolleaal. BARGAINS
resignation
Smythe's CTCSSIFItD
WILL RENT
Jlo..,...... Florida
and Delany concurred. A... e. II, IS, III ..... 5. sees THAT HOUSI FOR YOU



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, 2 AEOROOM 1 baits on .., _, bite 2I-Gd 20. CEM470
f e ace, fenced awnings and !, 1 bath; lance FURNISHED S-bedroom apartanant MOOM upstairs apartment I iELkODM uriusbed cottage i MEN only an 4.otutn *7 woea.Kttcben .. VTbuawmK J>iHJ. I omen regular lens wide 'rig!
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I veU. detonated : S9Q; 1 bedpoem ieianre :75, CE 5175Z.
Jnrauhed nicely a 7OBHSLEEf
pump w BLfurxusbed S350, ooufcinf caa and water crone mtila1uon, SW month Cr9'j prhrileces. 081 ;W 197th StBkADLTT .
I VA nortcace, S72 down. Tak* over mortcagpC7C furnished ear abnllar set O ,- !lIJ7. Ur*. Sam .:. Davis, house tt5; 1 bedroom air-1
, .r month a "..emL month. SJBB2 A.W. JTBi month. AdulU. US Hi. llai- rarmUfe fid 4a mile X\ of: conditioned apartment S7S; 2l INC room, air eonoitumd -|, Xefrtgeratioa Airfnpfltfnntny REBUILT washers, pligidire
Terr. CE: bedroom onaahed bath, private tarance.SLEENNB : .
B-1882.
: Jar Ave, I j jPUINISHED Bauer apartment]
f I Cffil SW 175th KCA Kenmore CE, I
, J BEDROOM home wits FU. tn; 2 bedroom arouse $110 a '-:11. tt.
..-Built Cash or terms 26633
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roam garage, oak floors toe S100 DOWN 2 bedr om. 2 1 ft 2bedrooaanartmentc. 2SS SIT Its Ave, 1".1&.. City. 2 Zbokinaoa Xealrjr. XI XV14tB St. Sales at Sarrtoe. Naraaja. CS 1 1.
root O a U24ofit lot in W baths, carport Honda room. K. pots,, adubWily. 4 and S-roora fun sbed apartments DL CZ 7-S&M. room with private guaranteed reJnferatart
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j .mtreneT and beat (23-4115* ulr.eecdibLiren -
fcuilUn idtcben. treeJors washen,
I Homestead: S5UO down oat, Open Sun- fee them any day owceps I j (1(4 month oCIQ' Say Lear Inc. 2W56 fiundm. 211ATW th St month (7 .t 2732 [2 SEDRMlotoe aisbed. O OB. Can 'e.D4 Cue !
per 49..A Sieepiap LoansPaeiaetaM.S.M.H. ed quality. American ?
"! I I.quukhlbedd buyer. Cull wn- S. Dine B-i 7. GE: MOOS. S oM a $-71",, Centre W. C7..A a 7-09BD or a "- (1t. 7212. at xnmred. ant 14 months old. Want*)

Aat For belt
S 100 down, no tfueOiftinj nieces 2 BEDROOM CBS unfnnusbfid credit worthy party to takeeye'
U< CANVAS earner.
"E tOOIII, 4-bath CBS ham aary 11 envy thia JUke :new 2 FURNISHED apt tment BOO PeraiaCiirierSJvLH.iieonium doseJa 9B xnanth. 1L C MOlfcL ROOMi S* vast like new carup$01.: :11901 SW l4thCt lbw weekly payments
i .a sacra: with income Fireplace -i bedroom iiouie near ecboola tttattin included. Aaraua 1iNPLEZ.. .II JesaeeTiealtuc:, a 7,2611. atacto Simnuma beda. Ba-i Leisure Ctty. I of S4.7X CI 7-6004 or 'Uo
I Honda room pool! shopping, and city; but. SIM a 27177.0LRA6E, bath, overuac .bon Motet 22400 A. DineBey. 2625._
per month twvi an vanity built;t4t ve 2 SEDROOM furnished bonaej a 28852.1143.0E automatic
Oven lllld range :The fed I COKE maohine with ;
aOf ffgigrntm. r JVaranja Part LUCKY Number
om. 2335
enc Apartment $110 a month
Aeattot. reason 1utility will 0 ffer-
win like it and H win you.j W70-72 *W chanrer, enw c
BU1.! able. CI J-fl820 n. 1. Call d 74586.
24 iioun. ; : !IDlY with buaIneastidy. \
CS: 64H.
Can Echne Jordan, eauac:, W W. ant einnkR190._ SET of paatel yellow drapes
f a 7,zu. .1 i :WOO DOWH, 2 bedroom, 2 lath!: MOTEL LEE -- Nicely xarniind FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM basses for Kent CE 1I-1If1'T. 9'I1MItnJ ,' FULL; titee: box wprint; nattreo.ieadbnard. w/treen ft black oriental

: 4 BEDRDOWU 2 bath an lusher landscaped fenced apartments, eddenciei ft I 1 bndrooa apart furnished ft rafurniabed, 53 Wanred Totes A CE: VOS7S. BxKis design, each panel }
i Florida Oarer corner in prestige reBidential rooms no week. S30 month tnont Can a 7-4291 I S150 month Frank A. Vellantt yards z 7 yard $%5. Or will
room Low down payment area Owner cone and said ft up. a 7-B32B. FURNISHED Mug CE; AV2444 INSURANCE repreaeatauve"aeauree FIRST SBOO takes ITsrlitzer 25 swap for bide-a-bed or see.
; and monthly payments apartment, clean. .
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Carom.Coopealty. bell my SZtJiOO value for IN TOWN, 2 bedroom' furnished I J-. doM > bedroom, 2 bath, 1 BEDROOM,", 1 bath home deal pare or theresmall peddle orpin. (H:637.: tkmsl conch a 7-8547.
I CISJOD TEA HB clounrcosts. SUit 2 imaO eotta .ita n attics with Cf A. acfoumaiit CE wBchinc :macluae and dr'fI'
: ." duplex 114 XV 4th Ave. rhffer- room stove, nine SIGHS.raaed dan10w
2B12. CUSB : ti 4/101./ CUff liendleaon eai4CD ITS. >ear Dadeland era_, washing machine ate in p'ertlneHomestead fj Able oddt and ends. CE 5- l.foot
tat CI!: J.II2U, Z4 .hourli. I 'LARCE 1 bedroom tarnished vm't CE!: IKIR5Z CE47C 54IM1 112 ]\"I1It Tar Homestead.. am VK: 4-RSK. C724.CRAMDPA'S. letters' on both sides (12ul
DOWN!., approximately K>(IJ Dinner, SIS. (9x36) lunch
apartment 4 month buys 1 bedroom with Honda Keys Protwrtiet! fiomeatead. Trailer Homes i i4IA 61 Article For Salt Trading Port A O 7- 300L
sweened J>OI't'IIc"" carport Fawn Shag, 2fl750 S. Federal
Valencia Realty, d 73BH1.S4SO 'j For Kern : Howes Far bill A-I J'-nrnmire buys and atunc.tions Hwy NaranX *'e pawn SOHMER trend piano. Woo en
ACRE lot Xnmtlnc GD 100 foot LUCKY Numbs S145 LAk6.E.. P at Bargain! Center. 2USS. buy, wan cr trade. Cash for Trice la Right" CE 8-1S37.
DOWN, completely\ r*. Wved ... 3U mules llel"14arath0n. IWibtI4 IW"' 2 iieoniom, t ur- I trome Ave, Homestead old cold ft aLl..... Guaraa-
decoraied X bedroom with a '.0030. part 4Ir completely. a 7-USO. ; teed expert watch ft jewelry SINGER Elicit slant needle! ,
LARGE 2 bedroom duplex 1111- Adults: CIIIl,. S7J Jlt'l'1DODtlt.1. maW buttonholes ft designs .
full size dining room. FTa OPEN 2 bedroom.>> J tath' a band tripamlug.NEARING I
1\ room and :ietxitd 1JI'd.'a- KEY LARGO iota from] f unuahed. very art $liD. a Oasis Trailer Paraa 141808. air etmdJtioDfd, 12x22creeoed AIR conditioner. :Idark TV, Son re a7irsFi automatically. Sold

lencia TiniHv ( 7-SSHS i SBB5 up. :Ternu. Aim :lurnuth 7-723B.: I 2 bedroom furnished patn. carace. CK S-i ChnTolet large mr small mpine. S2SO new, balance I PlY
4Id house far rent MS per LOVELY 1 bedroom apartment Homestead trailer 3.70. TThiaperiM fates. 80S In perfect condition, Air Batteries. Fischer menu $1254. Will take trade
4OA Hornet For Sob month. .:. :X. Eennanton furnished Early American.! (7 .,- tnn. Trailer Park. SW ISTth fit i 1811. Q 74740.AIRconditianert. t ft Sons. 141 X. Krome Call 685-1564.

P e.iwe.CaRleaS.bl.11. '' rroperties. lens 051. i t')' AJr-conditioned. waahi& ft J A.e.l metlfet.IS I TWIN bed. foam rubber
used nuttrra. -
Largo Phone K5J-57E3: Xi- 2 bedroom < taco
or .UNFUblCHED aI
17
Ii elm CB J>-11",! 1 drying facilities parking: -E Fafmlewd Few lent sties apartment SW month.! units...6000 te 44.000_ ETIPsntmcition DRINKING A problea with box sonnet, hud
A SIC new list of VA make area near ahorntnc center. Call South Dade Easily IncJ gutn anxeea. euQ ynttJ 400.DOO happy board S20. 278 S. Krome. CI

with only S1DO down, quick 41 Lore For tale | See te appreciate. Apply VIDA .15000 types 1 S. Dine:: 2117. a! J- .... IIIIn'ice II inainfn .eat.' lem drinkers (many cf cbzudneu I 74634. .
possession. Call TIB for ail PathteSL Apartmenti 161 JfV, of larmlani S acres. 031704 I ,.8655. and profaEfiio&al

d+eeaes. South Dixie Seal>;v. TWO iota in r'eda Addition.! Most land bas wells CS S220t :sum and women) have found i
i a; 1-1616. _jCano 7-8R7I i NEWLY decorated l-bedroom : Or a 7. 321. 1 BEDROOM, carport mooned A SELECTION: of vied late, eobenety in AleobohcsAnraymona. -j Classified Display *
1 porch. feDeec.1JWte. model relficMsttun. omecolon.
carnage They understand
# Alt conditioned J 44 Eult. apartments, free automatic VARIOUS eila ti-aria mart Single doors
bedroom and
ge-te.f EetartMrtU. reUnaator. SOS;
and caa help Ne fees
naEher. 460 JVW Ctt fit yom. BE SUEZ
.cnI'IHII' Ap rock. Some woT Joha"F.. caab.r
screened patio. CE S- Good area. C. CeerBrvw&e. ckmrs frost tree. titc.
= eli ur truue equity IE 2BQL ply MB XW *a Are. Q 71 Kuhn. Sr. Bealtor. a 7-im., ZetJtj. CE 2-41S4. i terms. 26C21 US 1, Jia-j 4Il'ED: does.e-SCSS,Fboni Miami: FS Homestead 46129LAR&E Tow teal If Estate Agent
2 bedroom CBS .home for 10 ranji. A
If terms last: of BS 1. 2 wide house trailfr <1411111II NEATLY furnished 1 i' IB-ACRES betwee Iia.iIb and 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, Florida 2.. teel adult bicycle RealtorTEDDIE
bedroom
and 4 bedroom 1IDIIL Solver Palm witfc wells Can AIR conditioner used 310
garage room CE: ere and raneeSeat ,
a 7-B751 2t XV Uth St .,
sZS4i Boemmi 3t'Oken. a: 46 For Sole or Rent laundry apartment lacOitiea.air conditioned ca-a>:iw. ma CIp GII. SKW a volt irvwiie cvcle, 8000 ITU SCHERER
Nice,
l and convenient locaticm.quiet orrr |4S Hornet For teat month Uy ft Lemy, Inc.1 aaea PS 1. Kamnja MISCELLANEOUS pieces cf REALTORCI
FLORIDA LEASE .III' purcnaK. 4 am 204M S. ftxie IfYJ. a: SMQS. BLACK dining table 48 need furniture arailable will
Boom 2 no children or peta Heaae room 74121 CE HS3
bedrooms 1 ranch I Ho.ateo4 A.
f on fid Cutler Ed .. .
bath, carport. BuJUin .GE bedroom 4vrsrL 1 the Patio Apartments. ... x 72 in., filase covered fmaoee. Cnderwend Uoulr

wen and range. fceal nice recreation room 2 lath, 2.nr SMoot,' B .No'\111th St. jQ. 2. CUTE 1-bedroom>> funuabed I BEDROOM year old titIan- with! S dish and carvingtable Homes. d 71303.PARTS 29120 S.Bwy. Federal

and clean.BBS down. .N c tarps pool guests iouiie.garage Kane NEW S7S, aJio l-bedroom fBrmah-4 2 11hed. J100 montti. Con teecheols MS; 1 tank type acum -{ 1

Wialrfymg.pet 1. Open. A*Sunday.psvmenta;& i till 1IrJ: keJl. Broker. CE; duplexes) SBO near per month.echoal. Otmdroom d- ,, oC73W5. d 7J06T ft ehoppmz. Available chairs.cleaner S7 :each., SS; 2 1 occasional ante bed for aH electne ttaven I 2 bedroom home. Pool ft patio. -
aVpt 15th. CE 5M6LJ
1-5521'1 BliaS. Forfnsog Jewrien 23Washinctim : fenced yard. Pnrchaaercaa
14co7. 3nc 2114i1: E. 1Jwr PALMETTO Country t $20. CE: s7085.CLASSIFIED I

t a.,. CIC a.IOoa.IMMEIIATI X 2. carport A-l with NEW 1 ft 2 bedroom FURNISHED: 2 bedroom 2 BEDROOM'. mostly fnrmcbed.! WILL RENT Ave. Bomeitead. I more la with low dcrnpayment
fenced apart- bath Inquire Home Restaurant ecreeoed Ij Located at W55SW
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private back lawn carport prrrtt.in awa-j
menu, central au'-ctmdihonv !! TOLl I j
THAT HOUSE FO
JIO81011 tfCjuallfte4 > Bedroom atr-nmdiuomir a dug fc beat furnished or SIM month. C2 tHWU: S10U C George Browne 21
2 bath Built bnye z. I bedroom ailable PUS fcW nig bt.,' furnuhddwall to "" all car-ito: FURNISHED louae. Eedland Kualty. CE: 4-tlM. Classified Classified Display *I 1
in Display *
I kitchen cull CE B-ST77, Owner trank- I Il See us on your Rail EitaU
yet ewjnunine: pool, stove ftrefrigerator XA,
wport. awnings, complete>> } f",11 I l-larne bedroom two 1 BEDROOM. 2 bath, refrif l ''I
rMmuialed Low (town pay For intonnation month inUudes electric.l Altr trainmaster bedroom air problems. Competent QosJ:

ment IM want pays all 47 AparrmfM For least call lore CS Flick.6487 or lies Uaoaeer t p jn. CI 7-45US. conditioned. CE 2-8428. KATHLEEN TABER died personnel.
Carnine Cooper Apt 106.
Broken, Sealty Homeateaal ATM FURNISHED 1 bedroom boon! I BEDROOM 2 bath Stove, -
JSWiBH CE *-4UMtAST NEW i-vodrooin atpvtnmntB i in Goulds. Q ,.00115. reJrifiBTator i ProfeaaiClAai Real VELMA S. GRAY
2 .
screened
'week SttSOO. UK cunuitiuiioa J( drvlJl11l1'Dished ready Sept. let .Eletric ) NEWTON Estate sr karLabf4oers.AaeaOs REALTOR
New duplex Weekly: .. tote., retriferator: ; air ; S14.200. 3 bedroom X bath SOS ault S138. CE H1614. 257 N. Krome A,.. .
monthly] rates heat acreenedporch. month.01 3.J111Ol11etwutm IQ1'Ib-j
rarage. eab only a 72222
option, lit trade as fieU.oouity rent with for 130 SW eth 8t. Bome- 8 a.m. ft <6<111.111.FUItNI&HIi |4 8-F Storeroom For & JUaltorBtl DDI IfalnDrhe-OenelaCrty CI 7-0857; JfiamI CE 14850
ALL NEW
4 2 bedrooms flU'l11 etead. CE J..CI6Ot. Bra; 2=.Homestead _
21r house trailer d 7- bed or tmfarxuaned. Baild- 2 bedroom home Richard ... .
,; ; NOW LEASING with washer C at lOnffe ,
toga JuJt completed new 2-bednom and dryer
SB5 with :SMALL building SB W. HowrySt
I, LOVELY 2 bedroom 1 bath. 111._ and refrigerator or S85 duplexes with stow and fto Ideal for Air Tore or mil. zoned B.. town your 7-3966 CE 86721The POOL HOME
i II die
large liming room corner lot. completely ionuabed indndinx fngeralor SSi per month age touple. NoPte.iure pets. mm humnPMl CI .fJ5tIi.. i

I, apnnkler system, newly paIJ drapes, off skeet park Bear air fcaae Jiaranja, D*. Village 33 5433. Best Bur 1* Homestead area. 2 bedroom. 2 Insulate
j' ed inside and out Low down iat. central TV antenna telopment Corp., 2HHU3 fcW> MODERN .2- aruom .horaT 'j 4&-H WarehoueM For Least Law of Gravity-aiow bath
t payment CE I-ma. jakbere It dn>eI'L Separate 145th Ave. Kd. C3 7-6283. I carport ft utility room, stove another Kewtoat Diaeoverj. CBS II me. Central beat, halite r..,. and oven, diihvasb-

I building for adults and ehatfren. ft refrigerator 1 2 bdrm. 1 bath home, back>>
i ROOMS "HI7:16.: er. disposal new wall to wall carpel; drapes, air-eel' ,
NO DOWN payment S3 KE!: 13th st., I ft ctfidemciea. num. CBS building 21)00( square feet jalouaiad ..
stern
earner porch ,
( north J max rate Dine lIntel d 7- i NEAR available tor t dltioaed matter bedroom large doable with work I
ec 2 bedroom NE: )[tome Terrace.: JttanaceH by, 1 bedroom, tarpon garage,
borne builUa kitchens one n corner 1. .111. screened pwrch. 10 ft. aloe able, CI 7.48 atom: :JieuoD-j frifnra.tor.: and a separata athopu Screened pool and patio fenced rear yard wen,
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I mortgage, ae dosing costs mezg eddafy I ape, crouniU Adults CI 7- or weekends 1 Bdrm. frame bide. Oa tweloti.
Ceoree ] BeaBor. CE phone tl=:r a l-7Z2. I I SUMMER Bates 1 ft 2-bed- UQ2. 10D ftilE7 ft. beavti- apri&klers, beautiful lawn and tlmbbery. Low tuna,

HC*. dt room. mfumuhed.apartmenta DeCarle furnished ConNICELY: : 49 Stcwpnif twoomc dill shrubbery. H bearing S 14% mortgage. SUS month CI11ntA1r; and electric M
furnished
t AAA tBn. the quality at :Z.b Idruom noBEDROOM As.. mane trees avocade. Ibme city Uxes. Bolt 1S60L Shows appointment
NO qualifying, immediate pow the Colonial Apartments. Con, 26701 KW home like new inside and out. only.
session bedroom, 1 bath JvE lOLh St Xcw 110 I. Are, Naracja. Q R.' Large Tooraa, carport hi een- and :Includes tw adjacent
building
,
S carport MUD towi and f7i new epartmeati. sew Junu-|
month pan ewjOune. No tore. Imagine the iutnrr
clonnc costa CanuneOioprr a pool tor only U apart and apartments, St, weekly rooms man or officer;, no pets ad'nlta. lath {itPHONE Ro.itrerod Rest Estate Broker
fcealty. Brokera, Z35-281X: CZ4001. : .. Bathrooms Ores pastel and Center of town 4IIl S45 JTW 7th Ave Jn- Convenience plus bmae your
tip. Clrele ]
(' :: ZiB SW 317 N. Krome Avenue
fixtara and ttlaaa shower street parkmc. 24 CW lit! gnus nth Ave family near Clio :Qementary CI 7-2OI

NO Qualifying move tight la doan. All apartment air* fit O 7-4518. SORRT, renter chanced: mind .. THET BRINC KCSLU.TSI and Junior EH Betook.

cheaper than tot: 2 bedroom conditioned", washer and dry UNFURNISHED 1 edit have for rent > bedroom Tina ae tmnaporta.tiDa peek
era M floor 2 bedroom 2
every kttcbenc
Southir : ) are aH electric bath duplex home located on Meat lean for Iftotbei. Only SUr Presided 3 Bedroom borne near la South Miami
and apartment near Claasifiecl shopping
Zeafly bog Dicplvy *
down. maul. bedrooma are rmaeh air baae, :14478 11W 2UBtb itt aide of iKannja Kd half way I IWHY' title) Sat a 2 bdna. 1 bath EeUlita. FHA terms SUjDOO.
CE: "-1610. frwrtnoal, Iniaj room Itaranja!; KS 6.0900.UNFURNISHED between Cannot Palm l>rand borne with (SCO clowa.

OUTSTANDING mil, 3 bedroom Danich Modem, central TV ; caver Palm Dr. STB per Comfortable 3 bedroom, 2 bath borne In prestige loeattoa eaJnr
Antenna 2fe roams month. Call d: 7 7830 or C1 RENT Comer five 1I.1IDIlI".tte
1% tath. 100x100 Ft and everything the 77011SMALL acre ,, 2Zat St Homettead. Garage Florida Room, hardwood
location.
food CBS JTW eth Bt.
lot screened Flanda room. nljbert except the prioe. CE a 7-S081 Walk to school from this 4- jangle like wtfa tmureal Bean, and many luxurious featares. Large ISO It.. lot SZ,3SO
t-san or a 77221 evenings: a .om(,
outdoor I bedroom palms ant erotic atm aba forJ1JtiIJO dean SZI,5OD.
: and re- house lurniHhed. -
c-1:1ioanJ ask for Tony. Iwdroanv 2 Lath CBS home.
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+ Couple preferred 675 or yam could boy
,APARTMENT.
1II1'nt. DI clOllUlI tv 1pay I vcntent location furnished 2-emlee, from con- :I ROOM efficiency apartment TCW i ft, Florida City a 3- Only MOD down, payment te 2H atari BISCAYNE EAST

SW lBith Lt eMbaee, SQO nxmth a TALL MO month 2 room furnished 3450.I lea than sot.Dickinioie. JCrv 2 and 4 bedroom homes from O4J7S. VA and TEA

OWNER being truulerred. s052 apartment S50 month: larce BEDROOM country home on Hare's another 2H acres Caaadag Medals now under coastnictioa: oa Naraaja

moat eH 2 bedroom. 2 bath 4 S79 room furnished utilities apartmetd furnub-l, 2S acre tract CBS, lurniabH :: Realty with mango trees and some Bad and Biscayne Drive, east of U. S. No. L
split level, air-eoaiimonea. pool, i month. ). Knotty pine pines for 6iOD with nJoJ5
nt qualifying.aml1 ed. machines avail-] living room. U JSTW 34th fit+ a I-53S4
bedroom ashinf
down payment 12230 ejwrtmeBti. Alee' .-Ill. Near Kt. 1, S miles from down
*W mat Ter. CE S-43S1. Studio ap'a tmeu a. Beantt-1 Ida able. lUamince Lodje nor III... CE 6-S2M: after B and .
fully fnnutbed BomecteaiTt Qty. weekeoda.IBEDROOM. --
a MBS .
...
SAVE tsooo. move la ready for largest and tined CO.
new apartwent I I and 2 bedroom Tarnished a- A new xiome wEb: eomplete oeatral aJc-conditlonitix aid
cfaool. I bedroom 2 bath, .) tarnished huuar
Bejiaa'a Homectead apartmenta. S47-SS2-SGZ. 141
patio, carport range fc ars-! XXL .. on pnvate estate t nul heatinc. A chilies done la rtenot fetodal .veitookina; a
Apartmenta. 251 KE 2nd Bead, a 7 587.I .
illZa. la beautiful Bel-AJr. No1clocinf 1DU St a ,-.7IJ. north <4 Naranja. ive cfaUtrea. filtered pant in the acreened etia. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, table Z72N So.federal Hwy Naraaja
coBta. Gno. Minima i I AND 2 bedroom apartment M peU. f75 month. a carport SMJKW and as low as mol down. .,
Eealtc, r. CE M8SB. 'AIR conditioned 2 bedroom aIM elfidenaef ft deepinfrooffis 7-4481

tarnished; lineni. TV, etc. available, an fnrnicaJed. bedroom. 2 bath borne near ecboola. Herida...
VA Equity eale. garage
5m dova and werUy or monthly a 7-J Reasonable rates a 7-j Classified Display oak Cwra. tOe ienoed
1100 month or $15110 downand 5064. roof yard. Oily SlSjm famished.S3UW BAKER MOBILE
74SJ 9 to s; a 7-4362 HOMES
R3 fliuJiJtot.CM ;
month pan all N* after I.t I n'Jl"lII"
balloon tug I bedroom 2 I CLEAN ft quiet efficiency, mil- _
bath, carport 2 blocks efel iuei paid, tally funuabed. 2 t SEDROOM. furnished apart- {Mamie P. Smith I : dove payment takes this 2 bedroom 1 baa CSS borne C+pM

menlarachooL Oraer CT 170 KW IBUi SL meat reaaooaMe. a '-$111fir hi Jnr BIllD .tead. narida 5 ans.
...Reel tJtaie room carve yak Ones tOe
Broker<
t-1711. I :COUNTRY efficiency Iwje d 7-CM after 3 and week root;, extra brae lot with ream for pod or tauUe court nil $ O M.

2 BEDROOM, 2 bath Ue nr... lately decorated carport ends.3UDR00M fHA:xaortcace. Slot per JDI Q. Mar417wSat

AH eteetne kitcbra. etrno SS5tocludtog rfilm tL /I 7., din. x apartment Tour Wife CouldBt: Ask

,, )dove a today. 14(0( doaa -stove reWSrmtnr. BfilBionU. i I Tor More- I REDLAND REALTY COMPANY Open

and $77 month. Carniot- CYPRESS Itotd effideadei.1roomL a 7-72S7. | gar Betrncr. BealtorCIXCLZ Sundayf.

i : perrHHe-aty. Broken. 230- Eeaaonablo rates by l .1 Three bedroom. Tw Bath 7-4E3. .Ita .. B>oaa Are. CZ S4SS2Mem
i day, seek cr itoonint a 7- Classified Display CBS. Lot Florida .
I ,I loon ****of the ReaJtar MaMfOe UctMf Serrk 29200 So.. Federal ., Homestead
2 ftEDROOM&V 1 bath" Kmnedpatio. W67. Built4a Kitchen, Dishwasher.

CE 52111. COMPLETELY FURNISHED Diapo a]. Sprinkler System, 45x10
VeaDyte 1 bedroom, front liviag
tlOOrawills

I corner BEDROOMS lot. beacbtully, IS bathi land- weekly modest rait apartmexti... Ktfijtie included. tow CALLFUCHS I Yard EeauUfuDy Near Schools Lands-taped CL. ufah Homestead Ii,...,. nil coach h.t Bftany ort...... (

ecaped. cpriBkler frH m. car Tropical Ian. IDS W. Pala saeoo.DM jag features, such en: extra Knee closett'

port. (79 a month total in- Dr. FTa. Oty. a 7401. deluxe '
Ii applMaxe. vinyl floor rile qwelity'
( eludes sew Dade mounts f e a t a r' Transfer and

taiM. Open Sunday. Kay 4 DUPLEX 2 bedroom bitches I .00 clon'e this! Three Storage owning window let skis amw at $4495 (

!.nT. toe. 20158 S. Dirk equipped. S7S aoonta. a ,- Bedroom. One Bath Home la -
Ih7. CE C-50UL( Naranja Park. Large Comer GentJe.eareMoving, 12 wide i 50, STAR, 2 bedroom, front Wrcfce*,!
Re*.Real Estate Breter
2 BEDROOM 1 bath fence and FURNISHED 1 bads..., air'' Lot Packing and Storage carpeted Hirowjfcowt .. . .. .$SI9S

..11. IOf'DeJ' lot. $395 40..... conditioned SS5. a 7-7128. TO SELL ACREAGE I
CE 54533. One Half Acre Homecitei FOR FREE 12 wide x SS STAR, 2 bedroom with b'lItihlfrMt
FOR :
rat, 2 bedroom furnished HIGHWAY
2 BEDROOM 2 bath with carlport apartment; $tiS. Phone a C.7M.09 Term I dining. nil yoei most see at .$6195 ,

and ecreraed porch' 7<<&t.. FRONTAGE & _: 'rill ESTIMATESCALL
Fire Acres High High Pine. u feriae
Io sly neighborhood, ttuo4vn. (
Call Jua LjUe Bl'
CE B-2ZS1 Home BentaU.ins a anoatk.a B4CSS.Wells I 20S N. Kro.... Arc. acre. iaii'; CI 7-6354 1x37 SPARTAN 1 bedroom, reedy te ps $1750 j j1x42

9 BEDROOM, 2 bath lowdown TTe welcome soar llsOafi
brae vpontUy I FURNISHED 1-bedroom, apart (U. S. 1) Call Ca Today UNIVERSAL. 2 pednwm eke $1550 j
Pats Dent with
B4Q30EVCRTONK attiDtiet. $71 moBtfcly. a 7-tsn CE win

Orange Park Apartment, Florida City Sx3 IEACON, ,he" 2 bedroom .$145 I
READS X Krome Ave ft Salver Palm CI 7-4012 149 X.Y. 1st Avaae Ateet NORTH AMERICAN VAN UNO INC

J UJUSIFUO PACES Dr. w 710 NW 10t11 Ae. ........... F1. t,

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Thursday, August 20 1964 Th. NEWS LEADER Pas. Thlrts.

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67-B Machinery Tools 85 Automobile.. Dealers 86 Automobiles For Sol.
: -- SOUTH DADE'SAUTO
USED Farm ulpment. ,. WESTOVER Pontiac cad 194 Plymouth\ Jury, 4 door ii
flat trailer Ford trao- sedsn. Including
large Fully equipped -
ROW tar, planter, cultivator. various Tempest CE0500544.. CI 7- factory air. Still in
small tools. 19246 SW 3621 or guarantee. Below dealer coat,

Nsws ond Buying Hints of 2714224.T4 304th St. or phone Miami 36 Automobiles For S.le I private owner CI 7-3330. KYbIMOTORS

the Automotive World In '64 Bonneville 2-door HT air-
8 South Dod. International Crawler su BIGEigcar-Xow71o* prlci. conditioned. Power brakes A I A
7"-J7larm.n.. Borne disk 1958 Buick Limited built steering radio, etc. CI 7- i J
By FLOYD GARREnEvel'1fourt'1 only one year, 1998 by Buick, 4999.
larger than a Roadmaater
1 GRAVLBY tractor extras, Full electric windows 1964 Buick V-8 convertible,
Dew Volkswagen told in the U. S. dur. $290: ; 1 Wisconsin engine, etc. /wer. like car factory air loaded. Best offer
big the 65 model yew will be equipped with special V-4 electric starter 20 H.P. $900. has $406 nn''al or trade. CI 7-0311 or MO 6-
AmeriCin-llllde Goodyear tires. Ills applies to ill VW $133; 2 Centrifugal pun Phone CE 8-2017. 2738. COIP.
sedans, convertibles $30 and $20; S 3/4 rolls u.
wagon and trucks 48 inch chain length fence, VW-1IOO Variant Station wagon. 87 Trailers For Sale
Elmer C. Jenkins, general manager ol Over.Keys 23c a foot; 1-30 in. Milbnnd Helman Ct Biscayne
Motors Inc, Perrine, Mid also that Volkswagen is negotiating Turf Mower $300; 1 ban saw Dr. :200 J ll' Rt. 1. ASSUME 80x10 SOUTH
with several U. S. manufacturers for other $30;. 1 jig saw, $20; CI 72525. 1953 FORD coupe Radio andover Melody home.payments Lot on 21 Isla
original equipment Items drive, 2 new tires, good Gold Trailer Park after 8. DADE'SAUTO
Tor nearly: IS yean," Jenkins explained "th 69 Poultry & Supplies transportation. $100. 16901
SW 303 St. CI 74373. CLEARANCE Sale on all
VW plant In West Germany have used American suppliers new It used trailers at lowest
CHICKEN the bal
by
located in more than a dozen states They buy or truck.compost We load at farm, 1954 Chevy, sports HT, very prices in state. 1.2 and 3 bed-
from them items from heavy production machinery wholesale prices CI 77429. good $223. CI 7-7474. rooms. Now is the time to get
mobile home for best
down to headlights and spark plugs." 78 Seeds, Plants, Flowers '55 Chevy real clean. $295. quality your and lowest prices.
CI 8-0099. Low bank rates. Low down DISCOUNT HOUSE
ASSORTED Hybrid Day L l1e.. payment. See at Isla Gold
special discount for AugustCI W4 Pontiac 4-door.trade 4 life: Trailer Sales. 26401 S. Federal
tires, $290. Will
7-9907. Mrs Sam J. l>avis Hwy., Naranja.
Farmlife Rd. >, mile N. motorcycle equal value. CI 7- -
Bauer s _2938. NOW 8% Financing and up to AUTHORIZED DEALERS FORT
1957 Plymouth hardtop. Extras 8 Mobile ay on new and
w wed homes Also
78-A Topsoil power CE 3-6399.
rental trailers Underwood 5 ALFA H

GRADE Silica Sand A pulverized for lawn dressing top soil:, '57 standard Chevrolet transmission V-&; Bel-alre radio,, Mobile Hwy.Homes CI 7-1309.29120 S. Federal R V U 5 R 1I I II

D. Mlrone 2354814. heater. $(95. CI 8-0099. REPOSSESSED 1963 Flair 35 I 0 N I 0 L
x 10 with awnings Ready to U L B M M L
82 Dogs, Cots, Pets 57 English Ford $19558; move into extra: clean. Only
Chevrolet wagon $393; 98 $300 down, $63.74 per month. M V E C E M

AKC Pedigreed Dachshundpuppies. $193 Plymouth; Chevrolet$49; tandem Chevy $499 Bus See at Isla Gold Trailer Sales, P 0 A A 0 A
.
CI 7-6878. Benn's Auto Parts, 29120 Old Naranja.TWO H M N

You're going to see the most concentrated barrage DUE TO Illness will sell Toy Dixie Hwy. CI 7-3613. Half Moon housetrailers.
of advertising ever clustered the post-war era for the Manchester puppies 3 1957 Ford station wagon best 42-foot w/tandem wheels a> Terms Arranged to
new 63 cars this September. months $23 without papers, offer. CI 7-0326 after 8:30 36-foot. Both reasonable. CE
$90: >> with AKC. Anita Uauss. 9270 Sat noon thru Mon. BANK FINANCING Suit Your Needs
Reason; instead of stringing out the new model Key Largo 8524143.DOBERMANGerman '51 Chevrolet Impala convertible .
introductions over nearly two months all companies 409 engine radio heat VICTOR Mobile Home 83x10,
Shepherd 2 or 3 bedroom, air condi

Wednesday will debut their September makes 23,in Lincoln a three-day Rambler period.and On all broken puppies,, reasonable.B-weeks old CE house 9- '51 er.Chevrolet$393. CI 8-0099.Impala hardtop,, tioned.a beautiful Better home than for excellent little, ((19)) Sport Cars (19)) ((21)) Convertibles ((21))

Chrysler Corp. cars will be unveiled; all General 9270 Sat noon thru Mon. standard transmission radio, money. See at Isla Gold Trailer -

Motors can on Thursday; and all Fords (except Lincoln) TOY Hairless, tie1, soft, lovIng $ 95. CI 80099. Sales Naranja. 64 TRIUMPH $2099 64 CHEV. Malibu $2599

on Friday alert. ('I 7-BD5B J9 Rambler automatic transmission 1959 Schult 2 bedroom, washer Spitfire ............ S. Sport Cony ....
Since ail seem to unveil at watch instead of V-8, $299. CI 8-0099. fan extra nice. Also
:
once
; U Horses For Sole bunks $300 down, only $$64.12 64 I 63 CADILLAC
each make going its ova it will be interesting to I aset $2999 $4599
way 59 8
Chevy wagon cylinder month. See at bla Gold
per ... Eldorado Air.
sea whether corporations pool their families of models with overdrive.: Radio, heater, Trailer Sales Naranja.42x1 ... ...

for maximum Impact in each medium. BLUE eontrolable.Roan Gelding 180.spiritedbut CE 9- ditioned alrconditloned. Newly oon.ui.a:7' to M system 2 bedroom, 63 JAGUAR XKERoadster $3099 62 PONTIAC $1899

0160. appreciate Call CI after reasonable. CI 7-6491 ........, Carolina ............
Before t'ao autumn is out, Citroen of France and HORSES and ponies for sale.Horses 3 p.m. 88 Tracks For Sal. 63 ALFA Romeo CflOQO 62 FORDGalaxieSOOConv

NSU of Germany will produce a jointly developed car boarded 7-94la.or pastured.CI 960 Slmca, excelent transportation. sprint cpe ........ iyyy .,...... $1499
the Wankel 7-7108 or CI USED trucks It buses. Plantation -
powered by revolutionary rotary-piston Reasonable. EveningsCI
62 FIAT
61 FORD Galaxie
Auto & Bus Sales,
The will be the NSlTs convertible and don 80680. $1299
engine. Spyder PALOMINO Gelding
sport model.cu Cnrtiss-Wrlght has been licensed to produce key. 18000 SW 272nd SU CI 8055O 1960 Volkswagen $890. Call Goulds. CI 7-8454. Spyder ............. 500 Cony. ........ $1199
\ CI 7-8631.\ '54 Pickup FIDO. Excellent con 60 TR3 61 PLYMOUTH
the Wankel rotary-piston engine In this country. CE 3-6986. $1199
dition. Owner CI 7-0673 or CI Roadster ........ $1199
8S Automobile Dealers 1960 Volkswagen Bus, excellent _77812. Fury Conv ........
The average American car is six: years old. In 64 S. buy for $600. CE 8-0977 for 60 SUNBEAM 61 PONTIAC Bonn.
BLAKE-BIRD, Inc., WO $1099
57 ,4 ton 4 wheel
an estimated five million of these too-old vehicles will Krome Ave. CI 7-6131. We details. rler90.$ Lot A&, Isla-Gold Alpine ............ Convertible ..... $1599
be Junked. sell guaranteed used cars. '60 Corvslr radio neater, automatic Trailer Park. Naranja! 60 FIAT 61 OLDS Dyn.
S tranimission. A steal, $1099 $1399
CASH waiting for your car at $629 CI 80099. 91 Motorcycles Spyder .............: 88 Cony. ..:.........
Califronla's cleaner air
Watch campaign. It is leading G fc L Motors Corp, VS.
to a new market for exhaust control devices on Federal Highway, Princeton.CI 961 Comet deluxe, very Rood CUSHMAN Lagle: motor scooter. 61 AUSTIN $gq9
automobiles. And cleaner air. 70023. condition, $800, CI 239. Very good condition. $150.I Heoly Sprite ..... ((22)) Compacts ((22))
CE 8-4898.
Starting with all new '08 models such devices will DICK C.nl.y Chvrlf, Inc. '62 FORD Calaxte 500, hardtop 59 MGA $
new It used cars, 261 Park 64 CORVAIR
be mandatory on all new cars in California. Four suppliers floor shift beautiful. Roadster ............ IUyy $2399
way. CI 7-2121 or CE 1832. Classified
already have been approved by the California $100 down, take up pay Displ y ifServicemen :1 MoniaSpyder.. .
Motor Vehicle Pollution Control Board to make devicesfor FRED Warnock Ford new and menu. CI 7.5762. 59 SL $1099 64 RAMBLER Amer.
ICI. ........... $1999
-'sed Federal .
cars. 1300 1962 Cadillac. '60 Special, like :
new cars. Hw. ., Homestead a 7-9112 440 HT. ...........
new, low mileage, every extra 58 TR-3
or CE 50673.GUY $999 64 FALCON
.- ED 6-5941. Roadster........... $2099
61 Articles For Sole 63 Boors It Accessories Caskey Rambler Co. U.S. 962 Cadillac NEED A CAR 56 MERCEDES 190 Sprint Coupe....
1 at Avocado Dr.. Homestead.Q A.f.ulUIV
equipped air, $1399 63 CHEVY II300
TYPEWRITER Olympic portable 7-1911 or 233-: 72. 3359 after 3 S .L Coupe.... $1499
U inch carriage tabular IS FOOT Scot Craft, fiber p.m. HAVING TROUBLE 4.Df ............. ,
Pica type, : class, and 19 4 28 NEED Cash Sell us your car. .64 FALCON, sacrifice equity. 53 &G $799 62 DODGE Lancer '
Used little $79. CE \-8&11. liP Johnson motor. Call evenings Dixie Base Motors a 7-9342 24141 South CE Payments $84.98. CI 7- 489. GETTING .................... $1199'
CI 8-0101. Hwy. or 770,4-dr. ..........
UPRIGHT practice piano $190 8-6892. PHONE Circle 7-2321 52 MG
99
$S 62 CORVAIR
Call CI 7-1892 after 8 p.m. II FOOT runabout fire extinguisher PERRINE Auto Sales. Buy FINANCED TD .................... $1499
,windshield and all ex Sell Trade. Bank financ THEY BRING RESULTSI) MonxaCpe.A/T
4x4 foot wooden window. Ideal tras. 33 HP Evlnrude. electric ing. Call CE 83237.
US NOW
for orchid or greenhouse.Must starting, $350. CI 17-0762. 1* Classified Display CALL ((15)) Wagons (15)) 62 CORVAIRMonza $1499
sell. CI 7-6790. VOLKSWAGEN Porsche AND RIDE TODAY Cpe. 4 speed...

7 tt HP Elgin outboard; Homo- 16-FOOT w/trailer Inboard$200. CI boat 7-4961.$110 Authorized Si".. -Over Service Rebuilt Transmissions 64 Nova V8 62 CORVAIR 700
I Parts. Used cars. -Keys ; $2199
lit : riding lawn- 7t'o: $1399
light plant
mower; 1 ton Philco air conditioner 17-FOOT Glasspar Seafalr sedan Motors Perrin2380883.) Automatic and Standard 7100 AUTO SALES ,....... 4-dr.,A/T ........
; electric heater;; pistol 73 HP Johnson, trailer. PHONE Circle 7-2321 installed and Ousrsntead 7100 Bird Bead 6654993 63 TEMPEST V8, 61 FALCON

ered: rlfles-22 rifles. Call and evenings, Rigged 8-0737.for offshore fishing.CI . THEY BRING RESULTS Benn's Auto Parts Open evenings till 10, A/T, Power, Air.. $2199 2-dr. Sedan ........ $899
CI 8-010L 29120 Old Dixie Highway Sunday's tool 62 RAMBLER, 440ClassicATPaw. 61
1956 15 foot fiberglass, w/top; Homestead-CI 7-31'1 $1499 4ar $999
W" PHILCO stove $50; refrigerator 1998 49 HP full elec Classified Display *1 A/T........
$39; 2$" 2-speed window octmi! ; trailer, 1961 I 62 DODGE Lancer Monza
61 CORVAIR
fan $10; 36" Lane walnut brake-frame Hurray. $490. $1299 $1199
cocktail table $10: maple CE 8-8580 night CI 7.0990, 4-dr. ... .... Co., 4 speed .
youth bed $10; baby bed 7. ext. 73 day. 59 PONTIAC Bonn.

cJl-B CE 8-3647.Article Wonted RENT per hour a boat includes by the hour.boat,$1.25 motor ECONOMY LOT SALE Power,Air........: $1199 ((10)) Foreign Sedans (10))


128 ride and on gas.beautiful Fish Manatee or just ((84)) Hardtops ((84)) 64 VOLVO $1899

GUNS needed Are by.Ralph's.Any kind Bay and Barnes Sound. Bring 544 ..................
N.any Xrome age. Cash waiting. the family. I FANTASTIC VALUES OF ECONOMY CARS 63 BUiCK Riviera $2999 64 MG $1599

WANTED to buy Used refrigerators SKI and sail with us. Everybody : Coupe ................ Sedan ................
freeiers, aircondltfontrs welcome, 24 hour protected 63 PONTIAC Grand 63 ENGLISH Ford
CB 8-7213. storage, wet or dry. $2999 $1199
___- Reasonable. Count Line Marina Prix,Air .,...,... Capri, Cpe ........ ,
63 Boots It Accessories 13 miles of Homestead STOCK NO. YEAR MAKE ECONOMY PRICE
62 CHEV. 2-dr. 62 VW
on US 1. CI 7-8908. $1399 $1199
FOR HIRfci 33- r. Owen twin 50 HP Electric Sedan ,:........, 113 Sedan .
for e. 1959 Johnson
all $39
day
Cal engines CI 7-3038. 4 to 8 ]p.m. gold condition 17 foot trailer 62 CADILLAC 62 MORRIS
$230. 0 74375. 762A 1960 FORD,2 dr. $695 FlectwoodAir.... $3199 Minor $699

SELL your boat, any kind In 01S foot fiberglass boat 62 DODGE Dart, 61 CITREON4-dr.

CI u
14-FOOT Ramsey Boat 22 HP 66 MuaJcoll..trum.nb. 62 FORD Gala xi. 60 PEUGEOT 330,

motor trailer. $390. 846 N. 500 HT Air..... $1699 4-dr. $699
Krome Ave.EVERYONE LARGEST selection of new fc 736A 1959 FORD 595 61 PLYM. Fury 60 FIAT 12004door
used orchestra .
$1099 $499
READS 1: :::nef: Victor Pianos Coupe ................ .

CLASSIFIED PAGESI! I Miami* Organs CE,8-1637.300 NW 54thSt 960A 1959 FORD 395 61 CADILLAC FleetwoodAlr.... $2499 60 CONSUL 4dr.Automatic .. $699


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I 934B 1958 FORD % ton truck 395 Sedan, Air .......... 544 ................ .
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MODEL YEAR CLOSE-OUTS 674A 1956 BUICK, 2 dr. 195 ECONOMY LOT SALE !

1964 FORD TRUCKS, As Low As $1HHO

28 To Choose F rom JSftfflfiSbSSS: 10USED 818A 1957 FORD 125 CASH or FINANCE $5.00 DOWN

CAR SPECIALS 34 CADILLAC S.d. PSA $89 55 FORD HT P205 .. .$50

62 FORD F3SO Flat Bed . .to. .. . .$1175 56 CADILLAC CDS. P186 $289 55 PONTIAC HT P439B ?$50

61 VW. Like New to. .. to to. . .$1095 1027A1956 FORD . 95 57 CADILLAC cp. N109B $339 55 MERCURY HT P472 .$50

60 PLYMOUTH Wagon .. .. .. .. .$495 58 CADILLAC S.d P316A $699 56 OLDS HT P322A . .$99
58 IMPERIAL 4 dr. HT ,$599 58 MERC 9 P262A $199
59 T-BIRD Cony. Air . . . . .$695 pas Stick wg
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to. 920B 1952 CHEV. 95 59 BUICK 4 dr. P369 .$799 58 CHEVY Wg. $199
MECHANICS SPECIALS . e 59 PONTIAC ConY P564 .$799 59 PLYM. 4 dr. P392 .. .$599

62 AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE ... .. . .$695 59 PONTIAC 4 dr. N1148 $899 61 PLYM 4 dr. P346A $777
58 LINCOLN 4 dr P148B $599 61 FALCON Panel N43A $699
56 FORD Wagon .. .. .. . .. . . .$165
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53 CHEV.2 dr . . . . . .$65 CHEVROLET FOR

54 FORD 4 dr. . .. . . . . .MS 16215 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAYCE

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By BILL BARNES- .,
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I'c: \ ';'I: 1. alx-hundredtha of a second of leading winner there.
Some local anglers are proving that sum \. equaling bin track record In Mason put on a display of
mer fishing; can be as hot as the temperature r e. .' ..' "0'I.'.i 'iII '. : .,' '. City the time Speedway trials Saturday at the Florida night, driving skill when be lost steer- Meet
lately. age, on his car and fought It the
aecond the beat
but wu
I John Cock and Wilbert Phifer were troll place the around the track for almost
he could do in any ( racei. inspector'who
ing the Gullstream waters Saturday approximately one complete lap before bringing
10 mile off Elliott Key when a blue I He ran second to Sich Benn it to a halt. The car could ? wasalways
marlin gulped the whole mullet to put John's t Y fir: r In the second acml feature race I have gone completely out of
I tackle to the test. An hour and 15 minutes and a ti y ; :"tt., I L. ::.' ; ; and trailed Gene Lanhim in the control at any time, but Mason v .
dash. managed to make three turns
.I trophy the
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one broken rod later the "blue" came to the j .I't' and then stop the car on the
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: boat. I George, DeWald took the outside of the track during the Job!
Since the anglers were trolling together I 30-10' feature and the first feature event. s
\ in separate boats Phifer had to move into t. heat rice
Cook's craft for the landing of the large bill- I Gene Lanbam also took two
fish. The fish was gaffed and struggled aboard. races, the tint semi-feature
Hack at Pirates Spa the marlin weighed- .. and the red-hot five-lap trophy Ir .
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in at 270 pounds. Line used in defeating the"blue" :dash. I M BLAKE-- EDWARDS- I
was in the 60-pound class loaded on a fist night
Saturday was a PETER i
4/0 reel. for the can that were able togo ELKE
Also fishing out of Pirates Spa last week. SI with close battles featuring SELLERS SOMMERNOW
end. Boo Herring found a huge school of dol. several of the events.
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phin. He returned to dock with 40 fish mostly M '
Kenny Andrews stared In the
I bulls. e e I winning column by taking the
second heat race and ran third
Back country anglers are also showingup in the trophy dash. Jay (Pop) e
with some excellent catches. Mericle was the fourth car In r .
Teddy of Don's Bait and Tackle says Mr. the trophy dash. -
and Mrs. Woody Drivers brought in 100 to 120 Eleven cars started the feature flje &tb lion .
pound of trout with a few redfish last Sunday.The race and eight finished, ICOlOl.hlUXfIpwVlSlo"
fish were caught in the Forty Acres area, with DtWsId being pushed by RESTAURANT Lunch from and H:30Mon.thru lOUNGE. ....aim,unSTI
south of Palm Key in Florida Bay. Rich Bonn, the second place Frl. PLAYINGSUNILAND.OLYMPIA '
Rev. Louis Rev finisher. The care running .
Saturday Leigh Robert DINNER DAILY'
Robenbush, Alt Simpkins, Johnny and Dan H, i ir third, fourth and fifth were S p.m. to 2 a.m. '. I
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Hair and Howard( Thompson made the scenic al.crested bunched the finish up line as close they I.Mill ..". I I.., let II..II Mill BEACH GABLES -SHORES'
trip' to the Barney River Country. The sport behind the other two. Kenny

they experienced doesn't come often. ,,ear \ I Andrews squeeied Into third, BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCH 11 to 2
In two hours fishing time they caught 52 w. followed by Roger Hirdln and
redfish which totaled 120 pounds. Two reds CF a Gene Lanham. DINNER SERVED DAILY 5 til 11
weighed S pounds apiece and five weighed 6 A new driver was on the (OPEN SUNDAYS)
pounds apiece. Also caught were some snap track Saturday night In a car I
per aheepshead one snook and one trout. eJ purchased from John Haiti of HEW Redland Tavern end lounge
1 St. Petersburg. Freddie Fenton
purchased car number 96 and (NIT and RALPH,Your Hosts) (Roger Fox,
made his debut obviously feeling 29600 S. Federal Hwy. Chef)
State TournamentNext ; r his way around to become
r I familiar with the track. The FEATURING:
car also appears to need tunIng e Complete Salad Bar e Steaks e Sea Food
; up to meet the speed of Entertaining Nightly-BOB SILVA at the Keyboard
For All Stars competition. ..
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Rich Benn'a sleek No. 8 -
Barnett'a Stirs became The All Stars appeared to ben tt seemed to be performing bet'
the ctllF Softball]I trouble Saturday night when PIRATES SPA ter, but Benn said he 'stilldidn't tIM M1NNELLI XR; ELLIOTT COULD
Champions Saturday night in Pompano scored five runs off have the rear-end traction *
the tournament held at Homestead .I big Don Taylor in the third he wants and will try I LAST 4 DAYS
Municipal Field by com. Inning and grabbed a 5-0 lead. .w it different tire to see It that Come backstage Special Croup
ing from behind to defeat But a double by Cadillac Jones helps hold his car on the track. after the show -- Rates For Thea.
Pompano Beach, 65. and a home run by John Hood\ WITH THE 270-POUND Blue Marlin caught by John Cook (second from left) Another car from St. Petersburg Meat LIZA and ""Cri Tltl/ tel P'rtitl Call
The victory, their third!, gave Barnett four runs in the Saturday are Wilbert Phifer (left), who helped land the fish, end Mr. and Saturday felled night to make because the races of Auto"T"lWW riAr'VlV L* Arlene Miller
in competition bottom of the fourth. personal
straight gave them tourney the right to represent Two more runs crossed the Mrs Marvin _Conover of New Jersey, who were along on the trip. (Staff photo) mechanical difficulties. The graphed photos HI 5'256t
South Florida in the State plate for the All Stars In the I I 1 OPENING TUESDAY-FRED CLARKin
Fast Pitch Softball Tournamentat fifth. Swimming MeetIs his biggest comedy hit since "Never Too Late"
Winter Haven, beginning Taylor, the winning pitcher, II ..t)'; "ABSENCE OF A CELLO"RUTH
Monday. struck out 14 men and gave up Postponed ,} c\tt BoCrC-To.Sc/700/ WHITE MURRAY HAMILTON
Bamett'a opened their bid for only four hits Charles McCall I I. MALA POWERS RUTH McDEVITT
the title last Wednesday night took the loss giving up five ''b.. dual swim meet ached' -
Bike
by blasting Key West, 10-1. hits. Pompano made four costly uled lor last Tuesday betweenthe Safety Check-Up COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE
Thursday night the. All Stars errors in, the seven-inning con Homestead Swim Club and IXMI LY"JUST HI 1-2111 fttUTADIAXn 1100 Meta Nwv. KM
assured themselves of a berth Hialeah was cancelled and will BRING YOUR BIKE-
In the finals by whipping/ Home- test.District Commissioner "Red" be rescheduled at a liter date. F:1: 10 WE'LL DO THE REST e a:" a c.a iav\ aa3aasor
stead VFW, 8-6. Arneau, presented Bob Barnett The coach of the Hialeah.club % DAYS Check Chain Drive Check Brakes & BIG JAM SESSION Dine and Dance
Pompano lost 1U first game with the championship trophy became ill and had to undergo LEFT Coaster Check and SUNDAY 4 to P.M.
to VFW. 6-0, but bounced back,, at the conclusion of the game. surgery the day before the meet Steering 'I
to t'trereat, 32, and shut Jim Marucl received the run was to take place, so both clubs ."..",.."-,,,,,,,.,,.,,....,,..,,....,.,...._,,-,, Handle Ban.- Check Seat Height : "Music hath charms"
I ner-up cup for Pompano Beach. agreed to the postponementWE'VE & Springs Check Tires I .
FOR AUGUST ONLY
Valves Check Lights & Horn. j We hare the music!
Any Tire' 99 COMPLETE ONE-STOP FOR BICYCLES, _"

& Tube 2 PARTS, REPAIRS AND ACCESSORIESBoth j Dance your caret away

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PREMIUMS and, BLUE RIBBONS Previous i. 1t

100% DuPont Nylon SALE '

((4 ply, not 2 ply)
Price
did ,ONE WEEK ONLY $17.69 1)ary LOUNGEAND


PREVIOUS J SALE
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SHARPENED OUR PENCILS 00x13 .. . . . 14.12 . . . . 10.59 STEAK HOUSEFILET

650x13 . . .'. . 16.49 . ..r. . ,. . 12.37

FOR CLOSEOUT 800.14 .t. . ., . 18.89 .. . . . 14.17

850x14 . . . . 20.08 . . . . S.06 MIGNON ,.........................$2.75

GET OUR DEAL ON A 900/950x14 . . . . 23.64 . .. :. .i..h.. 17.73 LONDON BROIL ..........................$2.25
NEW '64 .PLYMOUTHIriI 640x15 . . . .'" .s. 13.02 .. . . .. . 9.77
670x15 . . . . 15.36 . ... . . . 11.52 DINNERS from 6:30 p.m. till 2 a.m.

710x15 . . . . 16.55 . . . . .12.41 I
For you the end-of-the-model-year' / shopper, 760x15 . . :. . .18,39 . . . . .13.79 FOR YOUR DANCING AND

this means big savings Trade-In allowances are high, 800/820x15 . . . . 21.27 . . . . . 15.95 LISTENING PLEASURE
prices on new Plymouths and Valiants are low!

; So before you buy any new car stop where the pencils The Fabulous Kentones

/ are extra sharp and the deals are the best

HURRY IN FOR A RED-HOT DEAL AND SAVE! w i PAR TEE STEAK LOUNGE HOUSE
Ne .. South Miami Homestead
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Money Little A. I 5740 SO. DIXIE HWY. 9U No. Federal Hwy.

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A special preschool program be eligible
for S.year-olds will begin oper grade in Theatre .
adore in as many elementary year. That is ( .,: "The Carpetbaggers
school areas *s possible this years of age and 9.S4: pm.
year. Classes U this program 1, 1965. .,: "A Hard Days )
are scheduled to start on Sept.I be required 7.3S: sod a:43 p.m. .
14, two weeks following the tration. .,: "A Hard Day 14 ey'
opening of the regular school Classes ," 3:38, <:43. T:4S and
term. from 830-H : p.m. Kiddie Show at 12.30:
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in this special program must cant I three of "The Lost

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County : pm. Sales.8 DepartmentS MOD. Sat Thurs. 8-ot. T-Bone Steak . . ,$ .
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thru Wednesday" : "A Frl., Pltia, La...., Plain a . . . . 75e For
Days Night, 7M and Service Department
p.m. Incl. Radiator Shop) Sot 14-oz. Delmonleo Sfoak . . .$1.95 Your Cor
Voting To 8 am S pm Mon.-rrt. Ii Sun.-16 ox. T-Bone Steok . . . $2.25
Breezeway Drive-In G&LMotors
: "Blue Denim," 7.30 I .m .12 Noon Sat ROMA FIESTA-Dailx-oll the spaghetti you con eat 95tf

11:33 p.m., "The Hustler," CLOSED SUNDAYS I Each Dinner Includes Salad' and Drink, Choice of Spaghettior Corp.Vs .
The election of the Agricultural at ':30 I m. p.m. French Fries, Delicious Garlic Sticks.
and Stabilization and Conservation Office 1102 ; ., thru Tuesday: "The 520 So. Kromt Avenue I Mil. No. of Princeton
I Committee for Dade Homestead. ; ," 7.30 and 10:40 CI7-6131 CE S-7642 I 145 N. Krome Ave., Florida City (Closed Mon.) 241-0112 Dixie Highway
County will be held by mail Mr. Jo Ann "Jamboree in Marathon,'" .ININMNNNININNNININNINNMNMINNIINNNINNNINNINMIIININNIIIIINI.IMI "
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: eligible farmers and the following ; eacl.y: "Viva Iou Ve 4 ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN
rancher In the county are being for the county 7:30 and 11:1 p.m.,
mailed a ballot with the tion: I Man Who Shot Liberty
'a FUNNY r CANT SEEM Q u.u.ee i i.ODr .
slate of nominees. Ballot M/a4 Q
will Walter !
116: p.m. TO REMEMBER WHY* /.SUMTW BUM PacK I3 F 1tME
be tabulated publicly by the incumbent liam H. Boyd Sunllind Theatre COC MONMUO SENT f MU8TA HMTSNGP OO SOOW.R DR _.R 4 AN4aa a.BOnpRA1 '
V TO MY eAJ>_ WeR.MawN. I OOrTA TAK*
committee on Sept 1 H. Corneliui. thru Tuesday: "A Shot ANGENTHEGYPTIf '
Dark," 2, 4, I,.S and 10 G> ';
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Pipe Vohroa.Fittingt. ,.Cinema thru Aug.Theatre 21: "Night i ;

Iguana," 2, 4, 7:10 and
Plumbing Supplies p.m.
Dixie/ Drlve-ln
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I' Leisure Park Archery Team Wins County TourneyThe I



Leisure Park archery ciolo and Tom Bentson. for the week ending Aug. IS 1 shoes, and T. C. DeMet, shuffle- kindergarten type program and substitute a strong maorfor chosen a* a representative of
team, In competition with teams Herb Ball, director of recreation are H. P. McDermott, pinochle; board. which Is being Insugursted in the county manager now the Tropical Florida Girl Scout
from other Dade County recreation for Metro parks, referredto Andy Reuveri, checker; Johanna Leisure City | N* Kindergarten some Dad County schools, laid are available for signature in Council. She and girls from
center, won the till of the team ai a "bunch of Keuven, knitting; Alta I i There will be no preschool the principal In response to Leisure City.Resident Tampa and Sanford will represent
senior citizens champs with proa" when he presented them Rorabaugh, bridge; Joyce Moreno By Winifred Donaldson program at Leisure City Elementary many queries. who desire to alga Florida Girl Scouts at the
their high scoring at Central with the target Used In the canasta; Clara Covey, croquet Cl 7-4043 School this Septem Pttlrbna Available the petition may call either 17-day encampment
Stadium, Miami, recently competition. ; Matt Plcciolo, hog; Bill ber. Petition for Metro charter 2478081 or 247.3071 and the
Team members are Bill Met. Tournty Wlniwra Meuner, archery; Henry Clark Basso, hoed; Jimmy Hirata, Lack of ipace and facilities amendment that would recall petition will be delivered to Mr. and Mr. Billy Hutchln-
net, Marcello Nony, Mitt Pic- Winner of park tournament gin; Frank Frlcano and Tony cheer; William Martin, horse- [make It impossible to hold the the present Metro Commission them for signature son and their two J daughters,
I Sylvia and Debbie, former rest-
Golden Age Club dent on Avocado Drive, have
The Golden Age Club will] been spending the past three

SOUTH DADE ACADEMY WHY PAY HIGH TAXES? recreation meet at 11:30: building a.m. today of In Coral the, Mrs.weeks with A. W.his parent HutchInson. Mr. and of

Roc Mobil Park. [ Krome Avenue.
WHY PAY 30 YRS. FOR A HOUSE-PAY ONLY Member are Invited to take. They were feted at a barbecue -
their lunch and stay into the afternoon dinner last week at the
HASADVANCED 7 YRS. FOR YOUR MOBILE HOME for card playing. home of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Run-
Personal ken, SW 308th Street Others
Miss Betsy Zilhart has ,spent attending were Mr. and Mra.
COME SEE OUR NEW 12'50x12 the summer in Leisure City Hugo Vihlen, Mr. and Mr.
visiting her uncles and aunts, Nicholas: Sincere and Mr. and
KINDERGARTEN Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gray, Mr. Mrs. Lee Donaldson.
MANATEE by Champion 2 bedroom md Mrs. Frank Eversole and Monday evening Mr and
CALL FOR REGISTRATION Mr and Mr. John Murphy Mr. Billy Hutchinson enter.
Early American. Central Air ,ConditioningMost and her grandparents, Mr. and tamed at a fish fry at the
Mr. Marilyn/ King-CI 7-4887 Mrs. Phil Zilhart She departedby Hutchinson home on Krome
Mr. Moncrte Donicy-Cl 7.5803 Trailer The jet Tuesday for her homein Avenue.'
For
Moneyfor Louisville Guest Included Mr. and Mr.
Ky.
Mr. Jo Anne Holl-Cl 7.2728CI $56951
The Low, Low Price at Only BUI Wimberly, John and Billy,
7.3S16-170th Are & AVOCADO DR.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank: Ever- Mr. and Mn. Nicholas Sincere
sole and their daughter, Frank- and Cindy, Mr. and Mr*. Steve
0 Best Of Terms le Lou, Grant Lane. drove to Roberts and Barbara, Mr. and
SOUTH DADE BAPTIST CHURCH I Orlando Sunday where Frankie Mr*. Roy Runken, Freddie,
Best Bank Rote Financing Lou left by jet for the All Chris and Jeffrey, and Mr. and
This I I. on advanced School Hour: I I I State Encampment at Camp Mr*. Lee Donaldson Julie,
kindergorten, not o nursery 8:30: o.m. to 11:30 o.m. Shadowbrook, Md. She wa' Stephen and Donnie.

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3 Days Only! Homestead Store! Shop Thur., Fri., 9 to 5:30; Sat. 9 til 9 ,

former Homestead woman ma, who owns and operates
Mr*. Orval Irwin of Redland Tourist Court
Arlington, Va., attended a reception a
NO MONEY DOWN on the White House John B. Graham has returned
lawn last week with her bro- to Homestead after a
ther-inlaw and sister, Mr. month's vacation in Europe.He .
and Mrs. Paul Smith of Chicago visited M.Sgt BUI Wilson
and family In Frankfort, Germany

UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY Mr.for of Smith county the national was' officials In Washington convention andit Belgium mobile, and Germany, toured Austria, ,by Holland Italy auti-,,


on Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, Air Conditioners, TV's, Stereos and Other Major Appliances on Sears Easy Payment Plan. was' this group which was France and,Spain.. .
Invited by President Johnsonto
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Preaaof
the reception.
Press Motel, 1020 N.Emma
They met each member of Ave., have returned from a
1 \ the Johnson family personally two-week vacation trip to
I Mrs. Irwin relates and Oak Ridge, Johnson City and
: also saw the famous beagles, Gathnburg,.Tenn., ,
Him and Her Top cabinet
officials were present. Rev. John Gill Jr., pastorof
First Methodist Church of
\ The Irwins have lived in Homestead, Is In Thomisville,
jjIuJ: Virginia for the past three Ga., this week visiting his
years, but still run the Irwin parents. H* will return the
Apartments on NW Sixth end of the week.Funeral .
Street Homestead. Mrs. Irwin .
and Mrs. Smith are
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Director
Ralph Runnels of NE 11th
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Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson
L Davis of Newton Road near At Junior CollegeThe
Homestead will leave this
evening for a short vacation first mortuary iclene
W14BIM trip north. They will visit program to be established at a
No. 4445Big friends in Chicago and Green Florida college will begin at
Bay, Wl*. Miami-Dade Junior College lathe
14.1 Cubic FootRefrigeratorFreezers No. 6416 Mr. Davis will continue on fall term, beginning Aug.
to North Dakota and New
12-lh. KenmoreAutomatic 14,500 BTU Colds P of York on business and his 31.The Florida Funeral Direc
wife will return to Florida tors' Board has approved the
Washers! Air Conditioners! where she will visit his mother proposed curriculum as beingacceptable
with Automatic Icemeker Mrs. A. H. Davis of for educational requirements
t Quincy, for a few days before provided by Florida

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