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Fishermen Beat Cleo To Mainland : ,

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A Cutler Ridge father and Caeiar'i Creek mud flat found the quartet and stood neighbors, Warren and Billy notified the Coast Guard at spotted Tyre's boat with four low water that the cutter was "Thirteen year- old Billy, I
Ui three teenage fishing companions by until high tide to rescue Layton, It and 13 respectively. 11 pm Tuesday when the aboard It, awash in Caesar's unable to effect a rescue, and the family Jokester, wisecracked .
arrived safely at Families of the boys, who them four bad failed to return froma Creek, shortly after 1 I.m had to stand by awaiting high that it probably, said
home Wednesday a few hour. waited out the long night after day's fishing outing. They Wednesday tide Hurricane Cleo would hit in
bead of Hurricane Cleo. Coast Guardsmen begana Suffering only from cold, The Laytons are the sons had been expected back at "The helicopter pilot low 20 minutes, and although they
search for the fishermen, worry and lack of sleep were of Mr. and Mrs. Warren. J. Homestead Bayfront Park Radioing for a cutter, the ered a slate with a messageon kidded about it, all of them
The first thing they did was had high praise for the men Wayne Tyre and his 15-year- Layton of M70 Dominican around 8:30: p.m., Mrs. Layton helicopter hovered until the it, but at first the boys were worried about it under.
catch up on sleep after being aboard a helicopter and a old ion Bill of 847$ Dominican Drive said. cutter appeared. But the disabled couldn't make out what it neath the same as we were
marooned overnight on aToday's Coast Guard cutter which Drive, and their next-door Women of the two families A Coast Guard helicopterfood boat was in such shsl- said," Mrs Layton related. on shore"
----. Later, with the aid of a
powerful spotlight from the

/''' helicopter, they were able to
Greater read the message. It said,

C lJt Ntm tr Homestead families"Help Coast guardsmen coming as soon" as notified the marooned the

ColumnBy fishermen were found,
Edition and Layton sped to Bayfront
Park with coats and blankets

Every Sunday end Thursday Later, when It turned out
RALPH TEMPLESThe that the rescue would be delayed
favor Covering! Homestead, Florida City: Leisure City. HAFB, Naranja, Princeton, Goulds and the Redlands until high tide. other
vote date
to members of the two>> families

my Cuban pumpkin Tint. Vol. 53 No 69. HOMESTEAD' FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964 24 Pag lTEN- CENTS PER COPY joined him there.
The vine, as you may recall, Thanks to a tow from a
baa been the sourer of torn dawn fisherman In a small
difference of opinion during boat, the marooned quartet
convention honie. reached bore about 9 am,
it, my
asking only for hot showersand >>
Some readers-not all, 1 some uninterrupted sleep
trust hays voted ai I requested Tyre said they had been
last week, on whether CLEO DADE unable to get back to shore
to says the vine or to kill it SCARESE because of a motor failure.

r The vote Warren Layton, who has
has been rather been talking of Joining the

l close Navy for, the past half. .year,
and pretty "- had one comment
much along "After an ordeal like that,
partiaanr .. : \ I believe I'll think about it
lines. for a while before I sign up
for sea duty,".

.t Men hays CLOBBERS KJ AREAHow The boys said .they spent
voted to save r much of the night wonderingwhy
it and worn e the Coast Guard cutter
2 en to kill it, j .didn't come to get them, but
Temple which 'It .understanable I .It felt awfully good to>> know
they were standing by," Billy
to an extent because aoa -"
I had warned that a n.

vote to kill the vine was In CleanupTasks
effect a vote against husband related.House

*. and children.I .

regret that the votts
didn't flood In at the rate
the vine has taken over muchof LeveledBy
our yard, but if yon con
aider the vote that has been Started
made to be a scientific sampling

then more aren't really South Dade emerged from italiening FireFire

needed. ( .down this morning, .rel

Strangely, the voter apathy surveying storm damages, and be
has by far exceeded the commentary began to>> count its blessings as destroyed the Fred
apathy.. reports .of destruction in Mimi Borgardt home at Coconut
soared estimated losses Palm and Redland Road about
From one save.the-vlne advocate .. (here .Into' the millions'/ dol. 2 ..m. Thursday.
came this: advicei ars. When the alarm was received
"Tie the wins-ovsrhead. by Metro fire department -
give it plenty .of affection fringe Hurricane 'Cleo'rain strongest there was only one truck
winds end te hit
and understanding. Remember available but it wa rushed to
South Dade around I
stitch in time save the
a may scene.
..m.; rattling windows, flingIng -
the vine. Twe ether truck were en
tree branches throughthe
route te e cell at Cutler Ridge
Good advice, except that air and bartering sign
Lane which
I'd have to>> call In skyscraperbniIdertJlJ ." .' ,
Predicted to directly V. te be a false alarm. The
u >uiI Too, the klll-Utt-vlnl. ad.vocat. the Atlantic, the raging lady .ef arafr him but seers sew
at home say that affection changed her mind, took a ill !: able te combat the .'''..
and understanding is tag course that brought higher Winds were blowing in gustsup
needed inside the house, pot wind and rain northwest onto to SO mile per houm at the
outside the mainland, wreaking con.sut.nQy time the fire wu discovered,
and firemen were only able to
Another said if I gave up heavier damage on contain the blaze and prevent
substituted internal her diagonal path to.MiamL
iced tea and
It: from cpreadlng to>> other
the full
snake bite medicine I There she
force of Ber 110 mile an hour tructures
mind traversing the
wouldn't A line to well atthe
was run a
wind into the teeth of the city,
of the vine to depositthe
area Redland Fruit and Spice
household garbage in the shattering windows, downing
COne tree and sweeping. off whole I._ Parlt to>> keep up an adequate

can. roofs ofJlQm... supply The of Borgardt water family was
who wanted to the
While Miami
person begin
'In the house et the time the
vote declined, commenting, Herculean teak of cleaning up fire started but managed te
"I don't know what you mean. ravages of the storm In get cut IIfoly.I .
Are you for or against city South Dade It was pretty I Fire investigator had not
and county m.nacenT" much "business as usual." determined the cruse of there

Another simply commented I Storm shutters were being PERHAPS THE MOST SPECTACULAR Incident in South Dad on p''''. Wind gusts of up to 30 miles per hour helped the fire as it but said it possibly started
"I can't figure out whether removed, lawns and parks were the night Hurricane Cleo moved north woe this fire, which ravaged resisted efforts of firemen to control it. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer) I from because a wire of that the short wind.clrulted -

you're for or"against the being cleared of small branchesshaken South most Vegetable Coop's packinghouse and warehouse com Little wu left standing of the
county manager. wind and --
loose by the
For several I tried to two story residence.Thieves .
electrical ..rvle.was being re
figure out the relationship stored to the few spots where Fire Ravages Residents Prepared For Cleo

between pumpkins particularly power failed during the night
.those of the Cuban valiety Florida City and Homestead Southmost Take
I and city and county were virtually untouched b:,
manager the storm whose heavies S. Dade Area 'Ready But Force'
. Then an answer came at band of wind whipped by. 15 FacilitiesA Safe $3,452Burglars
I cut some of the grass away miles to the northeast ,
from the vine. It was this I Damage mounted a* the
Some people apparentlythink term continued northwestward spectacular fire ravaged took advantage of
city and county managers with shrubbery and Southmost Vegetable Coop's Of' Hurricane Went ElsewhereIt Hurricane Cleo to break into>>
are pumpkin head. trees taking a severe batter. packinghouse and warehouse Ray and Ed's Country Store at
complex in Florid'City at the Silver Palm and Krome Avenue .
also like to preach
They ng In the Cutler Ridge area I

] about how dictatorial those and a dense window, height. of Wednesday. night'sstorm. never struck South Dade supplies.Area et cetera inalde.Neighbors for the hurricane too Homestead off with Wednesday a 300 pound night and safe make containing
manager can be. ng several store ", I"Clud'l full force but the area hardware stores all consulted on the Power and Light had in cash.Ronald .
Therefore, concluded, dews shattered In Firemen from Florid* City, and 1U resident would have reported business brisk from advisability of removing tele- its windows boarded up early over $3,000 told
some folk. think city and In Suniland, several Homestead! .and. four. Metro I been ready for anything Cleo noon on. : vision aerial (some did, and in the afternoon. Off-duty Cloninger Metro
detectives he had left the store
county manager are pumpkins abutters blew off, but no windows fire unite battled the names. I could dish out. some didn't as it turned policemen and firemen were
of the Cuban variety because were broken. Trees and The Florida City station got Long lines formed in the : out, some left. out did blow called in for duty in the city around 7:30: p.m. to go help his
they would like to be mailboxes were flattened Inthat the call' at 11:20: p.m. and It That was the impression>> as supermarkets all afternoonand down in one of the few Instances ': as were Metr police and Family with hurricane preparations
dictators. area.Farther. was 4:15: a.m. when the fir south countlana sprang into into the early evening.As of atom damage. firemen and returned at approximately
Now that Isn't my thinkingat north, destruction was declared completely out. ,action in early afternoon, bouswlves loaded>> their here) Many business establishment 10:15: p.m.
alL I Just think city and soared and property damage appeared Despite high winds, roughly! when the weather bureau basket with canned goods, Meanwhile city'and county i closed down early and Cloninger said the safe had
county manager like pump likely to run .into the 100 spectators' turned out.. to suddenly .announced a shift fruit, bread, candles, and departments were preparing lint employes home. By 8 been removed during his ab-
kin pie and ought to be per millions of dollars. watch the blaze. in course which wu likely to flashlight batteries had em penis in most. South Dade sence. Entry was gained by removing
milted to eat it In peace.In Cleo's eye hovered over.Key The warehouse at the rear bring the big blow, across ploys outside/ putting aluminum homes there was nothing left >> Jalousies and a screen
fact, maybe those be- Biscayne at 2 ajn. and a few burned to the ground, and the the lower east coast mainland : panels in place over TOOWaitIn to do but wait for a. hurricane from a window ,
leagund fellow ought to be mils away, encircling winds packinghouse was left a ruined I the wide expanses of glass .which ended up bypassing The safe, valued at $200, contained
the beneficiaries of my experiment of 110 miles an hour, with hulk of cheared beams and Reports of 1'm1le.m.bollt() window! fronts. the are. $3,54252 in cash and approximately
when the pumpkin gust up to 123 miles an hour, twisted metal. Only the concrete and upward blast heading While their wives shopped, Shelters $500 in uncancelled
get ripe. Maybe 111 just give smashed hundreds of windows, offices at the front escaped toward the coast sent rest checks. A Polaroid camera anda
uprooted tree, knocked out husbands were boarding or German made automatic pistol
them some destruction.
dents scurrying to the hardware Yin And'
Which bring up questions power and telephone lines, and Cause of the fire was un- stores for wood and taping windows, or lowering More than 700 persons waited Yang were also taken.InvesUI.tor. .
dumped sheeting reins onto already .' storm awnings if they had out Cleo in the safety of the said two>> or
known. Irvin Barnett, managerof tape to shore up their homes,
How do>> you tell when a flooded streets Southmost, said this morning I while others raced to the supermarkets them, and hauling garbagecans seven official American Red three men would have been
Cuban pumpkin la ripe Homestead Air Port Base, be could not estimate the to stock: up on bicycles, lawn chairs Cross shelters in South Dade Shop Reopens needed to remove the safe and
Doe the color alone tells which had deployed all ef It* loss in terms of Wednesday night load it into a vehicle The Investigation

Or doe the stem from the J3t places te base out ef the dollars.immediately They were among 3,550 residents The Yin and Tang Thrift; Is continuing.
vine dietSurely pads ef Clee Wednesday afternoon throughout the county
shop of Christ Congregations
don't determine reported virtually no who turned at 40 different
yon ... .. Late ? up Church reopened last week on
Its maturity by thumping, a* "' down GOP Workers iWihM shelters, Red Cross chapter the fall schedule. RecruitingStation
Two utility poles were
yon would a watermelon.That' manager H. D. Straub reported. The shop will be Tuesday
bet- ed, one of them serving power
something I'd line to the northern end of the K. R. Moton Elementary and Fridays from 10 ajn,
ter find out, for if I let one ToGoToSchool School with 229, drew the most
B.... But the area to be served to 2 p.m. and Saturdays from
get overripe and begin to rot wu devoid of plane and crews This edition of your News Leader Is coming to you people of the seven South Dade 10 a.m. to noon.Sponsored To OpenA
on the vine the squabble In of were at work early today tolet A school of instruction for several hours late because of Hurricane Cleo schools. Mays High was next by the Woman's

Atlantic City over seating delegation power restored before the Republican precinct captains Based on hurricane reports of Thursday afternoon with 190.South fellowship of the church, the new addition te the
a Mississippi Democrat aircraft return this afternoon.The and their co-workers>> will beheld we concludea: Dade High and West shop la striving toward a goal Army's facilities In Cutler
It going to seem like a bate weather station re- at 8 pm.. Friday at the Homestead Elementary each :of $2,000 by its first anniver- Ridge will span femerrew.
powder puff affair comparedto carded sustaining winds ef Voman's Club of Homestead 1. Power likely would be disrupted before we could drew 90, Palmetto High had ,nary date, Sept 27. The pro- The public I I. Invited H
the disruption of the con- 33 beets, with maximum It; was announced Wednesday print as scheduled Wednesday night 70, Neva King Cooper 30 and eeds will be used toward the attend the
grand opening f
ventional at our houllhold.WIATHllt gusts ef SO knots between 1:11 by the Homeatead-Radland Be- 2. Even if we got it printed it appeared that delivery Cutler Ridge Junior High six. Sunday school building fund. the Army Recruiting .Station *

end 1:0 ..m. Winds shifted publican Club.' on schedule, Thursday morning might be i o- A volunteer coordinator was In charge are co-chairmen 20390 South Dixie High
Slack on hand at each shelter, along Mrl. Claude Rouse and Mrs.
wring Clee' nerthweeterly Pete Portantl and Ted possible way (acres from the main
H L ...lnf.11Sund.y regress, et. first hitting from 11., campaign activities chairmen 3. You would prefer a paper somewhat later con with a nurse, and food was provided Earl Casey. shopping center) at 2 ""' .,
... 89 81 the east, and heaviest. wind for the Dade County taining reports of the hurricane after it had passed. during the night for those The shop Is located at the temerrew.
and rain lilt .. the north- .O.P. executive board, will be that wanted it. rear of Ue. church propertyat further derail
4. Our the
Monday. 88 79 staff ought to get home and complete preparations en
west.Early. present The shelters opened at S p.mWednesday 14920 SW 87th Ave, opposite
Tuesday 88 80Wednesday for a highly blow. opening are feund en Page
U 77 100 I field crop fared even All interested are welcome to possible big and closed down the Florida Power and U.
(Continued on Page 2) attend. I Ii at $.30 a.m. today. Light Cutler Plant.

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Thursday. August 27. ".<
.... Tw.Nan c ,r The H!W$ LEADER __ .

Had Cosmetics ToO 1 Recall Wind Did It

Mail Shipments Probe. Affidavit b '1

Turns Up Bolita Slips Accepted ,

R m .tead police, helping fjtelda box containing bob of the eonmetlrl firm but a A reclll: affidavit aimed it i i IM
postal official ItitettlfraUAliasing tie of cologna were bolts tickets /pile of brtlit blips ofl .the dreSser Florid/ City Mayor Joseph To-
mall shipments of eoemetica and pad, according. to J"lUc4 eontittued. I musl l and Commlssloneri Joseph
ended up arresting I'' police. An hour after ht wai bailed Accurslo and Sam Torclse
local! man oh bollta Charges They notified pollal Inspect out the first time, Josey was accepted is vilid early 1RL
Saturday. I tori In Miami, who questioned Was back in jail on a second, this week by City Manager JohnS.
Facing two charges of Illegal Joaey about the Avon products lottery charge. : at .ne. _
possession of lottery tickets since 'he li rot an anthorlied H. will appear In Munlcipa .
Is Marvin (Sweet Man) salesman tot the pro Court Monday on the two bol "I'.,* turned ever the petitions 1
Joiey, Of SW Sixth Street. ducts.JoMy. Ha counts (whIch muit >t sln.d fl Ii IL
by to pet slot ., the elf*'* f
to hadno
Police arrested the Negro at agreed permit a Th. cosmetics products t
) '
registered veter: tt Phil
11 the link
a.m. Saturday In south- Search of his house. After h postal marking to "
rest section on a vagrancy posted ball, police and portal them to the misting shipments, HarH) laid Oreon Monday

Charge.He official accompanied him to police added Postal Inspertora Harris, unsuccessful candidate
h.d In his possession lev his i residence. There they found are continuing that investlga for commissioner In last win
oral Avon product, they said.I not only numerous product tlon. ter' election campaign, had
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carried one affidavit to tit 1
hall Au(. 10 It wai declared ,
Car Driven By Airman Kills Invalid bt Greene ainee tae of
the It signers were not
I tered voters.

Another Pushing His Scooter other Harris Containing later produced 27 Dim*relll'j

thli one WH ruled In

A 24 year-old Homestead Air had broken down and h* was Usher wai rushed to the Air the City manager. M OU A a
Pore( Baa airman James: F. trying to push It either to gel: Base Hospital where he was Harrli mcinwhlU tk liiut
Usher, became Davie C unty'* it started or get oft the wad, pronounced ded on arrival with tatmnta that h* had
Ittnd traffic fatality shortly I I when th* Bates ear struck him out up the $ZiO: cash required'
tJ fore midnight Toeiday when from the rear. There were no 'by la"*, to accompany the artl-
h. wa* track by e ear whll light on th* scooter, davit. H. merely' acted aa

pushing his Motor Scooter in "a (oycltrv.f> Mid, and the
The accident victim former
the middle of Tallahassee Bead moltropmentetl. tontrlbvlJ
resident ot Jacksonville,
'- M>lCfnt .""tr.1 different
Traffic accident Investigator was the father of a nine-month '.-1' "'.
Ned Dolan' charted another old daughter. pdrsens.The petition QI tot b. returned +.
airman, Willie Bates Jr., FROM Hurricane Cleo took out this cor.
Bates was not charged! with U Green within 10 WINDS
(8, driver of the car, withreckl.s'
and causing an accident tine tJah. days: \1\4'r tier window at the French Benxol cleaner In the
driving driving
Under the Influence ot intoxicant er vat in the middle of the The IffldavlLwttlji*:the {petition Cerrint Shopping Center. The window were ex-
*. road without light thai-gel till tJiret officials poled te the full blast" of the arorm. Window were
I. Th accident took place Just named ltll''mlsAasahM" fialfeasanee THESE SHUTTER were Fort. loose from the front also knocked out ot K.,'. Fashions and Stone'i
Dolan said $( .heri a'.coolet off Biscayne Drive. arid preach of trust of Andy's Shoe Store in the Perrin Shopping Center. Restaurant in the center.South .
.w.x, .wwirrwMwwwrxxwxnw.r.n i ..pClos"a saying the trio "1mp -
ropery ajwTtxtertvagintl exfcaaaeoyfunds" .

"THE CHAPEL BY THE GARDEN" the fiscal budget.Sales "disregard. of Cleo Scares Dade

Sincore Funeral Home Th California condor, ,
now In danger of total ex
tinction, hit a ping tprtad
N U of it much it ten leet and Van Jloyett till been named

often loin at altitudes of lutes engineer with Growers Areas North
Ttf.phonI247.7711 more thin 12,000 feet Con Equipment Co. of South Florida Clobbers To
dor feed on carrion, but tM* arn', largest dealer
NICHOLAS R. SIN oAE HOMESTEAD may attack Sheep, goat and In light Industrial and ttrlcultural .
Licensed.. D. FLORIDA deer. They art among; the equipment. Boyett
world'i largest bird of- and oil family resile in Southwest (Continued from fag 1) beautifully," according to Capt. Spokesmen for Kendall home this.morning, itlll undo

-...,...,..-....-....--...,. flight INiamf.I I A check of tomato Melvin Jones, information of. graves Said the eitlmalel are livered.
better. spot
finer "only preliminary' w* may
field showed little damage, Only storm casualty cared
and the expected flooding that Alerted about noon that Cleo have some more fruit drop for in the emergency room
I : next week front hiving been
South Dade Area DirectorySUN spells death to young plant was a definite threat all tight blown around. there wj the man who let e
I did not occur !South! Dade site bad taken boat fall on Ut head while try-

Farmer said their gauges ,down tent, battened down time trees suffered very log to secure it, and suffereda
recorded slightly nor than equipment, and moved men to little loss and in the Homestead alight concussion.Personnel .
the Homestead Armory, Pal ,Florida City area, looked
Iwo Inches of rainfall not
Auto Parts H'a.tII11( -
metto High School gymnasium almost untouched this morn on 'call! had been
enough to cause damage, and
NOW'OPENCutler or Homestead Air Force Base. Ing. summoned in to take care of
SUN CLEANING CO. in some field, not as much I
The move was completed "ex- possible emergencies, and the
Ridfce Auto Parts Floor W*.ln| Window WoiMni' a* Is recorded during a normal cept for tag ends" by 4 p.m., Florida Power and Light Cot' hospital set up a babysitting '
COMPLETE JANITORIAL' SERVICE ,rainy day he said. reported major problem ill/ Mi- center and rented bed so children
-10867.Caufbfceen; lire/ Opp. ALP Shelter generally had farfewer I ami
? Commercial 'Industrial' InitiiullonalCall Only minimum manning but only minor, spotty of Its workers could spend

Auto Parts and Tools 1-0771.. Licensed end ,""".4 ..,.et..strm. refuges than craws _were *n duly at each damage Portions in South of Cutler Dide. Ridge, the filght.wlth we're mothers and. lather
who on duty."Every
site, end they stayed Inttrm
ct 8.un Ffttt tlTIMATtS' In addition to shelter deslg. Leisure City and Forrln ..artwlthoufo
secure vans t. keepequipment ;
dated by the Red Cross, Sin. oleetrlelfy this mornIng single worker reported
Beauty Salons Hear, All'U core Funeral Home set up its peratlontl.Thlt mostly because feeder for Vork this mornIng -
EMONItUflO own emergency shelter and morning, men began line* fo thoi area com many Of thorn early, and
ARDIS BARNARD'SMONITOR Triple Protection When housed about 30 area resident moving back to the eight sites, from nations nearer Miami, that was while the ttorm wit
BEAUTY SALON pp J2dll1.1I.I You Buy A Overnight I'setting up tend, and removing when* damage wsh mOra lever still pretty severe, Praid. .

17911 SO. Dixie Hwy., Perrlne, Fl*. .ZtNltHHEAftlNdAIDFISCHER Homestead resident experienced waterproof covering from *, according to Roy Chandler .
CE 5-0272 & tosses ot varying equipment. By Nightfall, all held If the South Dfdvfflc H t>tlat Hospital housed Sisoontobe
SONSCIMlll power
( trouble eight will be back to normal, *. mother, Ind de-
Perlonallied Styling dines, with the caused
COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE HE AtUNtAIDIQ t4I NORtH KAVE HOMU1IAD, almost: entirely by the wiym| Jones added.! e Most of the areas hue been livfred two babies during the
Of tree branches against electric Mst tenth Dad. farms and returned to full ttftice, and night.
Janitor Sup piles and Chemicals lines Umitlet Superintendent I graves suffered little *r he officials expect all but:a few I Power failed twice, and the
Palm Plaza Beauty Salon Gordon hey said. damage*, itetpt for groves Isolated cisei df transformer hospital witched over to emergency
Dally Deliveries,Jusi fhon t-2U.2054-23*.1281 Standby crews, alerted when I nrth *f Peerless trouble and facilities, which sustained
(FOR THE DISCRIMINATING) TRACY CHEMICAL CO. pOMr( failure Slnlle-4Wellln'l. normal operations from
a circuit kicked off, were on There! about M percent of ;
Under the Direction of the Well Known Swimming Pool Supplies Paper Good Service Station the job Immediately to restore the mature avocados* were nut faint Drive and west of 3 a.m. to 7:15: a.m.
HAIR STYLIST..( MR. PETERS Supplies' Bar it stauraiit Supplies| Items for Motel service. blown to the ground, and crew Krome Avenue to be corrected Emergencies treated there
High Fashlott Coiffures Hotel, Club, School l Dome and Hospital Use All Type of Except (for isolated canes Involving began salvaging them this by early afternoon today. I'\v.rl1Iat" you| might call self-
PALM PLAZA BUILDING lIIorftlll,. Hoiplliu, braced for emeagency inflicted, said Administrator
Machine lines
Floor Finishes Cleaner- Soaps DetergenU. Floor from poles to
lapis i*. Dixie' Highway, perrlne CE 10554 Sale and Rentals. 22401 Old S. Dixie Highway Goulds homes, power bad ben!! restored Avocados In the Goulds- ..,,,Ic., Instead spent, Assistant Joel Montgomery.
Boats Gifts today, and crew were catching Princeton area report about a an uneventful night "Poopl putting up Storm
Jewelers At. James Archer Smith Hospital butters or boarding tip *r
Individual calls a* they came J per cent drop of fruit, while
(III Homestead, two baby Inserting now |*lov.'Ul Cut
of Florida show
In, he added. those west City
MAXSON MARINE boys Made their tlt.mllly.s smashed their
MART FERGUSON JEWELERS Army missile sites "fared no damage. apperaneeduring or
the storm one to thumbs thing /like that.
THUNDERBIRD-OMC Watch, Jlwalefy &' Shaver Repair' I Mrs. bovle Grundy at 11:22: Height of the wind at Baptist
Boat" BOSTON WHALERS p m. Wednesdly and the otherto and South Miami Hospitals
'EVIN RUDE MOTORS 328 Washington A..., Homestead, Pie ')Irs. Carol Moore at 5 aim.' came at about :3' ..11I., with

No.. leo* of HomK'tad en U. S.1 CI 1-ttX Phone CI 7- S33 "TOPS" IN BANKING SERVICE! I today.The' hospital lost e Its electricity :, its South storm Miami problem reporting front most beat-of

Builder I I Lawh Mower Sales and Strrtr I I around 1 am., and leg tall which came in around
itched automatically to Its. window on the northwest aid
--. LtT' BUILD LAWN MOWER REPAIR Fo? jrotf, a I .tr.-ivt : hew' luilliart generator within .. of the building.

COMMtftClAL: ADDITIONS MODERN SALES AND SERVICE DEPT. bank like outt- regular I 30 accondl. ". .. .... S.uth Dad. had /..n alerted
Yeur Authrlied Dealer for Clinton Engines and : finAncial "It made all the difference at hoon Wednesday to a full
Call Kcirslcad Cl 7-3808 Parts for South Dad and Monroe Counties "shopping cefl- Itt the worldthis was nothing, end hurri-
Wally ter"-I. "tops." It offers like Dohna,'' said
BR10OS-STRATtON ENGINE PARTS DEALER 'I Superinten! Cane warnings wore hoisted'

AVAlLAILE BROOKER HARDWARE & LUMBER CO. :you a variety of truly hclpf -. I:dent"With Mrs. Elizabeth fteeder. at J p m. from Key Large to
GENERAL eoNtnACtoR .p.o. lOX 104 US SW 2nd A4 Homestead, Fl"*.Phone 47-73xt ul nklnjf cervices all :' power restored almost West Palm" Btach.
E 'Immediately, it didn't even When Cle vested IIt.hI -
Carpentry Painting Root Coating Lnuti S rauing: under one roof Coma Bee ,ruffle our eyelashes." I *oitw.rd Wednesday afternoon

All VyptsOf hC1W quickly conTcnlenHy The emergency room did she kicked off the fastest -
A Special Formula Per Roofs even lest business than usual,
PETER BUYER JR. NtW THERMO COAtING i NEEDS ONLY CLEANING ecoitornicallj/ can bd cfnerrlce with' the only casulitlet resultIng bide battening-down hit accomplished South since
IN A PERIOD 0* YEARS from slight Injuries during
to you m with the advent ef radir-bsted
Home Improvement. SPRAYING tie boarding-un proem.
systems.' in Controlling All Lawn Pits checking accounts At
latlngj i Baptist Hoipltil', not a
Quality Weik By 9 p.m., most business and
ARCH I DIXON'S SPRAY SERVICE r accounts, all kind ci lofo i I single' person was admitted homes equipped with shutter*
Lltenied. 'Insured CI d.19S' Licensed and Insured e All Work Guaranteed cost loan and other I tact night. or storm board had them in
Edrvices. -
Free Estimate and Inspection 231-1641 i t Twenty obstetrIcal patients place, and store shelves were
Cerotntf And remember, our ,checked in the afternoon "Just almost bare of bread sandwich
Stationer* : In else," Administrate. I
Ray canned
1'I popular filling and meat
Ceramic Kiln I i I Poor said.! But all 20 went and main dishes.
Mfg.RETAIL DELKfS'HOMrSTUD b service brings thIs .1JanJe

STATIONERS near as! poly hear
WHOLESALE REPAIRS ; bffit iupbllei ** Art Supplies *- ioekiiVnetlnf Clrds estmallboi. : Gebhardt Charged

*, SUPPLIES 340 w'lhiflot Avis, MbhieHeid Cleats 7-4441
(A. 119J5 SW 87th A"-I.ntoll Bid;. s. I
'k -< Visit of/i/kl,
238-5411 vs oon.ond
In Double Murder
Chiropractor Sent- ce Stdlionsr ,

ANbtRSON'S :I Joel Cebhardt, Welfht-lifUna; .um" .. .
bR. TRUCK STOP ''" *
pal Richard
Worthington, Justice of U* Peace Ruth
AMERi $ b1 If. fltROM! AVE., FLORIDA CITY THE i ew 'was charged Wednesday with Sutton read the charge to Geb-
V_tgr' Across from Farmer's Market I helping Worthington kill bin hardt and advised him not to
OFFICE HOURS DAILY J:4fl to t:30 p.m. parents, Mr, end Mr*. Charles' make statement without *
Complete Truck Service flats fixed
HAOAN SLOG, glut so, Federal Hwy, P.rr'n.fl.' .. Welding Steam Cleaning Trailer Wuhed I lawyer student, but the 20 year-old and college -
The spoke eat
Cl 7-4110 Cl 7.135'lIght erI bodies of the couple were
found in a canal VS. declared his Innocence.
alone 1
Contractor I 1 I The
i south of Florida City, bound, charge against Gebhardt
.1 MR. ADVERTISER were Identical ta those filed
HOME BUILDERS .' wrapped In canvas and their
IMPROVEMENTSMYERS '' bodies weighted down with concrete against the WortlUngt boy:
THIS SPACE IS RESERVEDFOR OF HOMESTEAD stepping (tone*. two charges of first degree
murder for thai rtootlng of
I ., YOU,'.1 6Murdt was in fU county Charles Worthkgtfln ll add besting -
ESTABLISHED 1932 /111 et MM. time he was and strangling Angela

i' CONSTRUCTION CO Cl 7-2321 CE 8-3393 hrtd' with the murders Worthlngton.
I "WMere rOIl Nil Bank with C.*/< arretHd
'. t'Ucekied ,ene Inturcd L<. CE -ouo last Fri- : A preliminary hearing' has
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...Thursday, August 27 KM /NEWS LEA:>>IIt. Pg Three

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'I' ObituariesMrs. Iii Hospital News II "" ... -....,. I

Catherine C. SMITH HOSPITAL Mi and M rl. John Porn of l'fi
Kingman. HOMESTEAD Henry Prld Hom.lead boy, Aug. 17.
Ken David Kinard, Lydon Mon Mi and Mri Carl Campbellof
roe, Walter Shawger Jr, Ella Homestead, boy, Aug. 18.
Civic Leader Bomburc, Sue Marie Mete. Mi and Mrs. Floyd Teagueof

.Long-TillleArea Arthur Hall, Warren Hubbard, Homestead, girl, Aug. 23. ..... .
Christine Peters, Pauline Aea Mi and Mrs. Santo Ciraolo I \, ( '
Memorial services were held the home "Together," to which traveled broadly to make a gue, John Cape, Corl Helm. of Homestead boy, Aug, 23 asjtrivar '" 248-0022 America's;
Monday in St. John's Episcopal : the couple moved when he retired -home for Her Army officer ling, Betty Jane Safe, Marian Mr and Mrs. James Warren I I,I Fairest
Church for Mrs Katherine from active duty with husband and children. Theirson Dixon, Alvis King, Anna Lizakowjkl of Miami boy, Aug. 2L I 280 NE 8th ST. \ Growing
Cochran Klngman longtime' the Army. Dan, is a graduate of Charles Senn James Aiiman 2C and Mrs.
South Dade resident who died Bern In St. Augustine In Went Point and is a colonelin Tomerlin, Grail Ciraolo John dolph Bachmann of RU'// Homestead, Flo. Drug Store
Aug. 20 at Ft Leonard Wood, 1881, she was the daughter efe the Army Their daughter Spadaro Myrtle Post Beverl; bob. Aug 23.
high-ranking Army officer Mrs. FriU Weber, is marriedto Campbell, Dell Sweeting, Ed. Mi and Mrs. Thorns Meadof I (Nut to Kwik Chek) Chain
Mo.Mrs.. Klngman, widow of Col. I end frequently |poked about an Army officer. die Hargraves Faith McConnell Homestead, boy, Au,. 20.
Ralph Kingman, had lived In "being Army" ell her life. After the Klngtnana settled Robert Benton, BJUy Mr and Mrs. Donald Dixon I "
the Redlands for 25 years, In During her marriage, she in the Redlands on a 40-acre Snovtden, Katherine Barger and of Homestead, girl, Aug. 19.
Anne Barhmann South Miami Hospital
lime grove, they were instrumental
FLORIDA CITY Ronnie South Miami Heights Area
Retired Colonel Army in persuading officers other to make retiring ,Davis. Itand Mrs. Richard Yea. c, DOWN THE COST OF
Army ; LEISURE CITY Elaine ger. 11880 SW 185th St., girl, '
retirement homes here.
Jump, Peck, Anna Kaine Aug 18. j
In ji
150, Col. Klngman diedIn Miriam Doner Laurence Rent. Kendall Area-i j-4.g: i Staying HealthyNot
Smith Hospital -
Herbert Marshall Poole schler. Ada and William Cook. Mi and Walter I
of Mrs Corbalis,
e cerebral hemor- only do you pay lets every day
NARANJA William Lone 8010 SW 99th Ave., girl Aug. 22. ,
rhage. He was burled In Arlington
I at Super.X for high quality prescrlption -
National Cemetery, GOULDS Harry Hoffon Mr and Mrs James L. Brown, II '
Funeral services for Herbert vice, Col. Poole retired to the where his wife was Interred Gary Henington, Betty McCoy 7860 SW 99th St., girl Aug. 23, I II I 0 service but today's
Marshall Poole, 77-year-old retired Redlands in 1946 where, until Tuesday after funeral services Cathy Ryckman and Francis Richmond Heights Area I I modern drugs get you well fatter
Army colonel, were conducted his death, he was actively engaged In Arlington Chapel.In Uendota Mi. and Mrs. Herbert Lewis a 11 keep you well longer Let us
Tuesdaf morning In in Persian lime produ. addition to her family, PERRINE Kathaleen Tamulevlcz. 10551 SW 149th Ter., boy, Aug. s sr I price your next prescription..,
Branam Chapel Rev Ear tion. 17.
her broad interest In
people -- find
you'll we can save
Hackett Surviving are his widow, Mr: and her tireless work for her MIAMI James Hail, Stan Cutler Ridge Aree you
Col. Poole was round deadof Mildred Poole, -a daughter.' church, Katharine Klngman ley Richards and Janet War Mr and Mrs Joseph Jaffe, in Effect through August 22nd
a heart attack Saturday Mrs. Wylene Dial, and four: had two loves the HomesteadArt ren. 18615 SW 98th Ave., boy, Aug
grandsons, Steven, Marshall 22
his Club and Soroptlmlst
about 20 feet from car, by stedt.
huntIng John and Thomas. Club, both of which she Baptist HospitalCutler
searchers ho had been aery
since Friday for the missingman. ed for almost a quarter of a Ridge AreeMr
Meta Humphrey century, and Mrs. Clack Nelms,
Friends said he had started An Individually who cherished 9375 Nassau Drive girl, Aug +"
Mrs. Met K. Humphtey,
out from his home at 21600 SW her reputation as "the uninhibited 18.
49, of 6385 SW 110th St., e
Mr and Mrs. John Drsgo,
152nd Ave. on a series of errands one who dart to bea 1
Friday and never reachedhis died Tuesday.She came to. Miami In 1949 little different" for almost () l' stAnd 20315 SW 106 Court, boy, Au,.
destination. His car was 25! years she .hared with fellow 18.
from West Point, K. Y.
Homestead Air Force Bate
found on a side road in Ns- club members a cheerful
search helicopter She is survived by her husband -outlook and humor that Mr and Mn. John Ryan,I
ranja after a by i a wry k
E. H. (Jim) Humph ,
and men on foot. inspired their tribute "in 942 A Virginia Ave., girl Au,.
Jr, three sons, Evan H. J
1887 at the try kept everybody laughing." GritsBy 20.
Born Jan. 27, i
Ill and John K, both of Camp
Poole Ranch In Bosque County, A competent painter In ells Kendall Area 500 COUNT
Tex., he was educated at TexaiA Verde Aril., and George T. she had e number of her Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Blyn-I
of Miami a daughter, Joanne OLIN MILLERA 'I dl'r, 7841 SW 96th St., boy, Auf
t M, where he was cadet works exhibited in the W.thInglon FILLER
Humphrey of Miami; a elster 20. I
colonel honor student and Cilleries In Miami
graduated with a direct commission Mrs. Wilbur L. Robertson Beach. Gallup poll show Gold- Perrlne Area 66e
Into the Army. of Camp Verde Ariz.; a broth. Ailing in recent months, she water leading Johnson by 14 Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Jer
He was instructor at the Infantry er Air Force Maj. Gen. J. T.. closed her home on Kingma percentage points in the Southern fries, 10233 SW 184th St., girl PAPER
School at Arms, Ft. Sill, Klnjriley Jr., and two rr&nd.chlldr..n. Road (which was named for States. It would be a AUK<< 21. TIlE TOPLESS' LOOK-Th
mistake though for Goldwa- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kane, Paris fashion -
Okla., and was one of two off! her late husband) and Joined de.lgnerssflemto
tern In charge of securing land Services were today (Thursday her son and his family I Iifimiouri In : ter to assume this means he 220 SW 166th St., boy, Aug, 21. be specializing in "peeka 79e SIZEBAYER
for Ft Benntng, Ga., and I' ) at 11 a.m. in Phiibrtck'aCoral will carry the South, as considerable Mr, and Mrs. John Turner, boo" styles for the fall. The
tivating the Installation In Gables Chapel, with burial Surviving, besides her son numbers of Southerners 14540 SW Jefferson .St, girl top of this dress is transparent -
He remained there four )' aC'1 in Woodlawn Cemetery. and daughter, are nine grandchildren regularly fight the Aug. 18. chiffon deftly 49CASPIRIN
as an Instructor. and 11 great.grand. Democrat party many ways Geutds Area ered with appliqued .
When Gen. Farnsworth Bachman Infant children. except with polling booth Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harmen, and foliage. rov'l

Chief of Infantry Col. Poole William Daniel Bachman,I pencil. .5. 24401 SW 202nd Ave., girl Aug.
21. LIMIT 2RiGHr
served is a member of his
day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. I
stsff. Americana: statisticiansays Richmond Heights Area II
Rudolph Bachman of 1332 Old I
only 3 cent of tele Mr. and Mrs Marshall Smith
He was a graduate of Com Dixie Hwy.. died Monday in I Zt7 + per ,
mand and General Staff College Variety Children's Hospital. viewers prefer educational 0770 SW 150th Ter., girl, Au,. I
at Ft Leavenworth, Kan., Services and burial will ben programs. 21. I Vefd A Few Dollars
and served as an Instructor at Redwood City, Calif. Branam SeeBelievers Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester WII- Me For $5.00 LOAN 63CGUARD
In individual freedom Hams 10761 SW 150th Ter.
the college for a four year assignment funeral Home had charge of FOR 30 DAY PERIODOn
local are vigorously opposedto Aug. Small Articles
arrangements. I 19.Florida
After completing high echelon the government' abolishing City Are (Articles Held I Moa.) e
school at the Army War Collegein Mary Ellen King any person' poverty unless I Mr. and Mrs. LevI! Williams, Ralph's 128 N. Krome LIMIT 2
Washington, D. C., he servedas I he consents. .J,970 NW 12th St., girl, Aug. 18.

military intelligence officer I Mrs. Mary Ellen ("Granny")
for Ohio Indiana, West Virginia ICing, 95, of near Advance, N. 25c SIZE U'CRAMAr,
and Kentucky. C., died there Aug. 19 following -
Later he was executive officer I a heart attack. 13
at Ft Davis, Panama Canal She was the mother of Alvin 1r I
Zone; commandant of Clemson L. King of Homestead. Other
College, S.C., and camp commander survivors include five more
of Camp Butner, N.C. sons, three daughters, 30 grand
In 1948 he was awarded the children, 55 great-grandchildren 30c SIZETUMS
Legion of MerIt. and 13 great-great grandchildren. 3

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I. W CALIINa, frMMMt age P.h11.h.e Most Of South For LBJ
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H..OOIoO' .- C. v-0101 rorrt.. e. ....1& By BRUCE BIOSSAT This reporter' canvas of leader In
.,..1 C. 1esesanhw Old South state Indicated their
ATLANTIC CITY NEA) Demo- nearly every
tlI'tt.. ...,... h0 ..n conviction that these things
S .nth general
s firm
,-..,.,T.If.nlor.. I'I.. w..hIOt, .. ............ to a..y$41_I 4i\\ critic cautiously leaden,,steering may have their put 1964 Sen.conv.n.tlon Barry bad to be managed or they could not hopeto

mount an effective campaign to "get the
All Goldwater'i southern itritefy" In jeopardy
smwrnWt/nr..hould bt iddrraMtl .
t Tbt ..
Unl II. Horn.. .,,. back" from Barry In the weeks
Klorldl. SMI for the second time In nine months.This
N. .hI. ... Ol... .I..od
jioN4q strategy, rooted In the idea Gold- ahead.
rorr". Otft., Ill P..I. 4.....
\ cir water can win moil or ill
___ P.m.. Plsr/da. 11117 The loyal LBJ southerners are getting
of the Old South'i 128 elee. .ei,, chat thy wish. They now can ask their
tonal votes this fall, collapsed voting friends to "Uv with" the temperate

Police Cite NecessityOf 14 -. list November when attitudes exhibited by their national party
President Lyndon B. John-
s under the tight guidance of Lyndon John.
ton, southerner, succeededthe
Parental lain John T Kennedy.The t...,... son.
Guidance Arkansas ..
motion enjoyed ) In Texas Louisiana, Tennessee
more than i shaky f Ceorgia North and South Carolina
until the revival test findings among knoweldgesble poliU
One of the topics that has died down In mated Coldwater for cal l figures disclose far livelier prospects

the doMi! 'urn- of summer in South Dade Is Juvenile it San Francisco president Bruce Bloiut for the President than were visible a few

delillque+lcy. like weeks ago. Goldwater'i lead In Virginia
whereupon It shot up corn In s humid
There has been little public discussion of July. Southerner took fresh hope he might and Florida-both in the GOP column In

the siibjoct since a suggestion by a group of win with their help and reverse the tide the last three presidential election -

South' Dade High School students that names of Negro advances on the civil rights may not be surmountable
of juvenile law offenders and their parents be front. Alabama and Mississippi despite this

published as a deterrent set off a debate that Goldwcter still rides very high In the convention' avoidance of a harsh rebuff

eventually encompassed all the county and South as heavy campaigning approaches.In to their disputed regular delegation, were
practically all ita news media. many quarters, broad inquiry discloses largely locked up for Goldwater before
It Is distinctly out of fashion at the momentto Atlantic City.Nothing .
That topic i I\ still unresolved ; delinquency mention any name but his. else In the South Is concededby

among a minority of juveniles is still with us: Yet here In Atlantic City a base has top Democrat today.In .
and there remaino considerable concern despite been laid for making Johnson not merely Georgia where an expert': two-week
a lull in conversation. mentionable but a possible winner in muchof swing through the state turned up heavy
the South. Goldwater sentiment the word from him
Juvenil delinquency Is one of those complex There were grave dangers, but the nevertheless Is: "Thing will change when
subjects about which nearly everybody President and his itrategisti seem to have Sen. Talmadge and Sen. Russell begin
has an opinion, if not a solution.It e /t/. "wlT'llIr't skirted them. working, as thy will, for Lyndon."

is not often, though, that we hear from The keys to this careful navigation. South Carolina's Gov. Donald Russell
the people who are most immediately con- When School Begins Monday 1. A civil right plank which make no and Sen. Olin Johnston will be doing the

cerned with young people when they get into promises of major new legislation, but same, though with no aid from Sen. Strom
Instead allow the South In the word of Thurmond.
trouble !
It's Not That We Won't Florida' Gov. Farris Bryant, to "take a A Texas observer scanning territory
Thus, winco juvenile delinquency in Dade deep breath" after witnessing passage of long prized Goldwater as fertile for
County is much the same problem it is in Char. the most sweeping civil rights law In his him, predict just the lime that native

lotts or Milwaukee, or ,Seattle, or anywherein tory. ion LBJ will take It In a near sweep.
the U, S., the findings in a survey recently Miss You EnormouslyBy 2. A soft-stepping approach to the noisy Louisiana politician it middle level
made by the International Association of Alabama and Mississippi seating dispute dare to suggest Johnson will capture the

Chiefs of Police have a universal Inter st.Thlrty.t which first evidence suggests, will not state despite coolness from Gov. John Me-
SYLVIA SARIS sweet and joyous sound of childlike Inter. be read by the whole South a* another stiff Kelthen and Senators Allen Ellender and
o police chiefs and superior officers No, Virginia, It'* not that we don't love play that follow immediately after the blow to Its pride but accepted instead a* Russell Long. New Orleans could provide
12 other persons engaged in police train you. patter of tiny feet treading on each other's fair dealing. a good lift

ing, a judge, a state youth correction officer It' not that we won't miss you enormously toes. -1 r .
and \ youth commission director were asked next week when you go back to
what in their experience were the major problems school for six.hour each day. It won't hurt our feeling one bit to CJt Ut n\
in police! work with respect to juvenile But there are a few things.We find the kitchen at lumhtime: in the same
delinquency. The results were printed in "The won't really feel forlorn without tho orderly condition it was when we left it ..IY lIIIJ I

Police Ch'cf! ," the association's official publi yammering disc jockey for that six hour straightened after breakfast Of coursewe
cation. We won't consider it a misfortune that haven't minded your fixing your own
the refrigerator wllll.t a chance to defrost breakfast on these lazy liteileeping summer -----M
By far the most frequently cited problemwas the mornings-but ice cream and pizza
itself Ice cube will freeze before
: Parents. pie for breakfast? With marshmallow 20 YEARS AGO 52 YEARS AGO
they are needed, and the telephone may
sauce? (Taken from files ef the Homestead
not ring 15 minutes-until after J p.m. Taken frem file .f the Sculls Florida
According to the police, the responsibilityfor Leader and Enterprise, lease of Friday, (
a chlld misconduct very often lies not We will miss your weekly company at There will be compensation for losing Aug. 25, 1944.) Banner, South Dade'i first newspaper -
with the child, but with his parents because the grocery store but it will be some you for those few hour each day and not issue ef Friday, Aug. 30, Ill!, In
mail solace to get to the checkout counter the least of them will be the joy of seeing
and adequate the first half-year ef 'Its existence)
they fail to provide proper guidance with a basket containing; only the you occupied physically and mentally. George (Mutt) Walker, 25, of Florida

discipline. thing on the shopping list After the first, delight of having nothing City, was shot in the chest at the peak Boosting the rapldly-d.velopIDIBedland

Parents! of children in trouble are often The freedom from schedule has done you' had to do wore off there came a left of a quarrel with Mariano Restantl II they District on its front page, the Banner said

more involved In their own interests and pleas- u* all good this cummer. Still we will time of having nothing you wanted to "serioui a beer but parlor. Walker's" wound was the district, scarcely known until the first

urea than in maintaining a healthy family en- hardly feel bereft it all not to find lethar- do. Time for enjoyment became time to not C fatal. doctor. said. decade of the 10th Century, "i 1. now demanding
vironment at home. Sometimes they are not lie bodies draped over the lots each time kill u the reservoirs of interest dwindledand Rev. the attention of the whole country
only disrespectful of the law themselves, but we enter the living room to wince at the your constant cry became "There' First Bruce A. Dimming, pastor of the ," and "that interest 1* growing foster
in direct conflict with it. TV playing just louder than the latest bit nothing *l all to do." Presbyterian Church of Homestead than few if any district In the nation
kept his audience the edge of the
on seat
record. So, the funny thing is, Virginia, and
In some cases, laboring under a heritageof The wet and sandy towel with which you too George, that we are convinced as he told of his work In apnes"fIIled "In many parts of the state, crops are

poverty and ignorance, parents are simply the bathroom 1 I. lined may find their way you've had enough of summer vacation Korea. reported not quite up to average," the
not equipped to raise children decently.Far to the clothesline when swimming sessions believe It or not, once you are settled In article stated "Here the tree are loaded a*
the "better" are confined to oqce or twice a dsy. to the idea of filling your mind oftener Leroy Sprinkle coach at Redland High usual to the breaking point In no other
too frequently, however, That'll be nice.It than your stomach you will be skippingoff School two yean earlier, returned to take section of the country do the groves bear
kind of parents cause the police their worst it will be nice, too, not to hear "You to the classroom with hardly a back the place of Coach L F. Jackson who had *o heavily and regularly a* In the Redland
headachea. Usually overprotective which did," "I did not,". "Ye, you'did. The "anllanc. for us. accepted a position In Warsaw, Ind, District"me
not to be confused_ with overstrict they_re. schools. Between the two coaching jobs .
fuse to believe their children can no anT at Redland, Sprankle had been personnel groves or which the article spoke

wrong. Your director for a Klngsport, Tenn., transportation were predominantly grapefruit Oranges
Weekly firm. He had formerly coached pears (avocados), limes lemons and other
Indeed the parents often even accuse the basketball semi-tropical fruits
football and baseball at Kings were under cultivation
police of "framing" their darlings distort port. but "it i* the grapefruit that i* promising
ing the fact to make things look worse( than Bible Lesson e 0 to make this section especially famous

they are. They refuse to cooperate with effortsto Top priority wa granted by the War ," the Banner article predicted.
get their! children to revise their attitudes of Production Board for construction of the

contempt toward persons and property. The Promised Land South Dade Quick Freezing Flint The Silver Most Palm of the.section development where the was Gritting In the

Such parents, it has been found have the plant was to move into the former Camber Brother were preparing toll, planting trees

attitude thft the law is something to beat and Iv JANIE P. HIGGINS Novelty Works building at SW First Avenue and volunteering to care for the young
that the police exist only to mete out punish --- and Second Street Homestead Priorities grove for buyer who were non-residents.
ment. This philosophy is passed on to their SCRIPTURE LESSON: their captain (Josh. ::1:13-15): of Jericho. Led by the ark of were for material to remodel the E. Lundin also was developing a Scan
Joshua lilO-Hj: 2324. before starting his conquests the structure and install freeze
unconsciously. Lord with trumpets blowIng equipment and dinavian
children, either deliberately or colony at Silver Palm along the
they encompassed the frozen food locker, which local
Joshua, God's appointed Josh. 1:13: : "Moses my tame line*. Working especially
Parental delinquency parental failure is city in seven days. Hovering already leased to store among
) or produce from
successor to Moses, was a servant U dead: now therefore Scandinavian people, he
wis urging buyers
only one aspect of the whole problem, of promising leader for the peo- arise, go over this Jordan -' above were the Invisible hosts South Dade field to move here and for their
of the Lord Josh. care acreage
( 5:14) waiting C e
course. There are shortcoming on the part ple of Israel. thou and all this people and groveland themselve
of the community, the schools, the churches, unto the land which I do give for the appointed hour; Rat dead from eating bait widely Lundin had
The book of Joshua records and on the seventh day the also bought a large tract
them : that spread In community drive
the courts and the police themselves.But Every place a were to be near the Redland
walls fell
the consummation of the redemption post office and announced
the sole of your foot shall collected in containers outside city ball
If it cannot be said that juvenile delinquency of Israel, out of tread upon, that hive given Dr. Canting of the British plans to develope It in the lame way.

begins at home, it U only becausethe Egypt unto you as I laid unto School of Archaeology In
home that it visits, whether it is a hovel or "In a spiritual sense the Moses." Jerusalem excavated the ruins For And About Teenagers

a mansion, is no real home. book of Joshua 1* the Ephesians -, e e e of Jericho (1929-1936)). Ho '
of the Old Testament Joshua could have had no found pottery and scarab evidence
The heavenly', of Epheslans more serious order than the that the city had been Getting Married
Is to the Christian what Canaan command of God to cross the destroyed about 1400 B.C.,
was to the Israelite-a coinciding with Joshua' date; I
Civilians At Air Base River Jordan. It was the time
place of conflict and therefore of the spring flooding and and In numerous details ho
not a type of heaven swift currents. There were no dug up actual evidence confirming Would Be An Unwise Move
but also a place of victoryand bridges. Thus it was a human the Biblical accountIn
Earn TributeWhen
Special blessing through dlvln.pow.r Impossibility. a most remarkable way. By C. D SMITH
(Joshua 21.43-43: ; Eph.
From the position of the THI YVEIK'S LETTER I 'V
1:3). Scofleld. The account of the miraculous ;
bricks the foundation walls have been going steady with tie 1, We COULD
cne ordinarily thinks of the military crossing given Josh.
The book of Joshua U one of 1.17: : and other evidence he estab- the most wonderful guy in ; 0 )KEEP OUR
establishment in
our area as elsewhere conquest and possession. Conquest lished the fact that the wall the world. We 'broke up' MARR1A&ESECRET
the thought: generally is of men in uniform cover the first part "And the priests that bare of the city actually "fell once, but got back together ,.
who, with their families move in and out in and possession coven the last the ark of the covenant of down flat" (Josh. 6:20). again. t
accord with the Defense Department policy of half. Chapter 12 list 30 kings the Lord stood firm on dry 5a This time we are both sure e A ,..

shifting personnel from post to post. whom the Israelites con- ground In the midst of Jordan In chapters 23 and 24 Joshua we want very much to get 1
quered. The list section deals and all the Israelites passed summarizes the past gain married but I am still in / I I II
But a vital I of the ." high school and he I
part military establish with the division of the land over on dry ground of the people of Israel and outworking
ment is comprised of the civilians who work in according to the Inheritanceof The Lord commanded Josh warns them to keep God's and saving for our

it in almost every<< type job imaginable and at the 12 tribes.. ua to place 12 memorial law. "Ye hive seen all the future. I= "e
all grad level Providing continuity In mill e stones, one for each tribe, Lord your God bath don Our problem I II this: He 4
tary projects and programs often is a major Joshua, a* a military leader where the ark stood in the for He bath fought for want to get married secretlyfor
the time I have in
yet miii
role of the civilians. first conquered the central east edge of the river. Anothermemorial you (Verse t). Be 7* therefore -
school then married
portion of Palestine the (12 stone taken .
very courageous to keep ? "'"
I ,." I' I '
gain "
a big wedding
Thus promised land. Chapter 10 from the bottom of the
it was with considerable pleasure River and to do all that I II writtenin
when I finish schoolI
that we noted the civilians at Homestead Air records the conquest of the Jordan) wa placed in the the book of the law of love him much and it It highly unlikely that you draw from school when you
Force Baso have earned and been given special southern section. Chapter 12 eater border of Jericho, so Moses, that y* turn not aside will do anything to keep him will ever be married again la are only a few month away
recognition. notes toe conquest of the that generation to com there from to the right band happy, but am undecided as a "big wedding." It is not from your graduation
northern section. would not forget the place of to the left likely that
nor But your This
to what marriage
to do. will may aeem unimportantnow
= Special ceremonies at the base cited the
There two
ire reasons why the gigantic miracle.At cleave unto the Lord remain a
your Would it be to secret. You but you mutt earn a
civilians for working one million accident-free Joshua had this phenomenal long last, within the Cod at y* have done this be secretly married very wrong and then begin to act ao much like may living for yourself or for
manhours there, between July. 1, 1962 and victory One wa that he was promised )land on the fourth day." (Verse 61)) married over again with all married couple that It will a other dependent on you.
March 31, 1064. chosen and anointed of God day after they had crossedthe Josh. 2414: : "Now there our friend and relatives become necessary to defend Without a high school diploma
That' a long time and lots of hours without "for this work. The other reason Jordan their first act was for serve Him In lincerelty there?" yourself with the announcement you *ill find opportunities
an accident. We join the base's military I It that he knew how U to keep the Passover (Josh. and in truth And Joshua that you are married. quite limited.
depend upon God. He recognized 4:111: ; 5:10): ', the servant of the And.
Lord OUR what
leaders in giving special recognition to this the presence of the heavenly e COMMINTi Let' consider You may also decide If your marriage
died does
being 110 year old. the possibilities:. remain a secret until
dedicated of people. you would rather ahousea
group hosts and submitted to b. .
Chapter six record the fall (Josh. 24:29), If you are secretly married wife than a student and with- ,wedding a day or two before the big


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Thursday, August 27, 1964 The NEWS LEADER Peg rive

I Mount Olive LutheranTo F" Open House Set

I CHURCHCall At First BaptistKindergarten

Install New PastorMount i .
E.-J.C-: CI 7-2421! before Tuesday Noon for

I arti-.les: to appear in Th:lrsday'a Edition Kindergarten at First Baptist
Olive Lutheran Church! Western Reserve University, Church, Homestead, wiD hold
on Quail Roost Drive, Perrine, Cleveland, and subsequently Religion Editor, VIRGINIA AMENDT open house Friday, from 9 to
will instill its new pastor, Rev. worked toward a doctorate 11:30: a.m. This will give parent
Carl H. Toelke, M.A., Sept 13. there and at Loyola University. Local At Holy Rosary and teachers an opportunity to
Officiant It the 4 p.m. ceremony I Group become better acquainted.
will be Rev. August Bern- e e
thai, pastor of Grace Lutheran Faster Toelke was on the Former Pastor Aides Although enrollment his
Church it Winter Haven and board of directors of the Lutheran I reached an all time high
Attending there are registrations availablefor
president of the Florida-Geor gar' Child Welfare Association .
a few children.The .
gig District of the Lutheran of Illinois. He was guest Officiate At Devotions .
I director, Mrs. Lewis Callahan
Church Missouri Synod. instructor In sociology at Con
i received her education
Rev. Dean Kasischke of Trinity cordia Teachers College River Deland Clinic
The former pastor of Holy Rev. Christopher Konkol who from Georgia Teacher College.
Lutheran Church of Fort Forest Ill, and instructor in
Rosary Church of Perrlne and. leaves Holy Rosary today for Mrs Robert Lanier, teacher,
Lauderdale will deliver the religio-medical ethics st Walther both priests who served as his I St John the Apostle Church in was educated at Murray State
sermon, and Rev. Jonathan Memorial Hospital School of I The Florida Baptist Sunday I assistants during his five amther I. Hiulenh College Murray, Ky.
Abo of Bay Shore Lutheran Nursing, Chicago. I School '""d..hl". 1'1I.lft t n.. h If h. t
'" "' a a a .Tn. ere were oge'I I
Church, Miami, will be liturgist He is a member of the Amer. REV.. JOHN. Youth GILL Speaker land this week has included I I I on the altar at Holy Rosary .
ican Sociological Society and
the National Council seven members of First Baptist Tuesday evening.
on Family
Rev. Mr. Toelke was born la Relation. I Local Pastor I Church of Homestead In the The occasion was the solemn e HOMESTEAD Ie!

Parma Ohio, in 1911. He la a He Is married to the former I .I weeklong. atudiea. benediction and procession
graduate of Concordia Junior Josephine Garbler of Westlake I which concluded 40-hour devo W'J.1 JEWISH CENTER
College In Fort Wayne, Ind., Ohio. They have three children Mrs Ruth Campbell and Mr. tionp which began Sunday night
and Concordia Theological Seminary REV. C. H. TOELKf Carl J. ia married and completing Is Speaker and Mrs. Ray Rodda are specializing Rev. Thomas Angllm. who 183 NE 8th Street, Homestead
St Louis. He spent Ma New Pastor his senior year of study for In married young peo had served the parish as pastor .
year of vicarage at St. Paul's the ministry at Concordia Sem ple's work; Mrs. Otis Garland until last June ia now at
Church in Lakewood, Ohio. Akron Ohio. He comes to inary. Robert is married and Rev. John Gill Jr., pastor of adult administration; Mrs. L. 'I Sacred Heart parish in Lake
Ordained In 1937, he served Mount Olive from Our Saviour I lives in Chicago. Lois lives with First Methodist Church of D. Golike single young people: Worth. His two former sssis
a. Junior pastor at St. Mark'sin Church In Chicago where her parents. Homestead, ia guest speakerthis Mrs. Swatle Keen junior work I tants are Rev. Paul Saghy who
Cleveland from that year bad served since 1958. h'l The Toelkes will reside at week at Youth Week services and Mrs Carrie WUcox, cradle now ministers to the Cuban
until 1942, and later served pas He received his master the Mount Olive parsonage 9321 at Hlaleah First Meth- I roll work. refugees at Florida City, an'FUNERAL
toratea In Covington Ky., and arts degree in sociology Jamaica Drive, Cutler Ridge. I odist Church ..- 1
I .
The nightly services conclude ':::-

Mormon Stake Slichos Services Planned Friday Theme for the week is ''Th, 1I .--

I I Purpose for Thy World We I
Plans QuarterlyMeet At Jleth Aim Beth Shirnh Share.'*
--- Sunday will be promotion day
-----7 Sept. 7, 8
In prepartion for the ap--bY-candlelight ;t" midnight A I for classes la the Sunday school ROSH HASHANA Sept8, 9 p.m.
Miami a.m.
1 preaching high holy days, SUo dance wll preceed In the social at the Homestead church. The 9
I chos (forgiveness) service Sunday school offering along na Sept., a.m.
Two prominent leaden of the will be held Saturday night .t hall.The with the loose offering at the KOL NIDRE Sept1S,6:30p.m.ahorpYOM
I church of Jesus Christ of Lat' Temple Beth Am, Kendall and traditional Slichos service adult worship service will goo
ter-day Saints (Mormon), Salt: Temple Beth Shiran, Sunilan will take place at Temple the Florida Methodist Chil- aJLaff KIPPUR Wed.Sepf.l6,9a.m.
I Lake City will be featured Beth Shiran at 11 p.m. Iren's Home at Enterprise and
speakers at the quarterly conference -I At Temple Beth Am, a mood The high holy days begin the the Sara Hunt Children's Homeat YISKOR 11:300.m.
of the Miami Stake Saturday service without prayer book. evening of Sept. 6. Dayton Beach.DRIVEIN. HOME
and Sunday in Miami. originated by Rabbi Dr. Herbert ._ --
Baumgard, will be conducted $
They are E. Coleman Mad SCHWARTZMAN

hood sen, a home member teaching of committee the priest. Thomas A. 'VolfeToCeOnCh.10 I ESTABLISHED 192 I II CANTOR PIMCUS ALOOF
and Howard J. Marsh of the
missionary committee. 609 NORTH KROME AVENUE, HOMESTEAD !

General sessions of the con I.. Circle 7.3131 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL
ference will be held Sunday at Rev. Thomas A. Wolfe of St. I
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at 1350 NW Timothy Lutheran will conduct SID RANTER Prei., CI 7-5544, CI 7-0784
95th St., Miami. They will be the Protestant workshophour
ti' h ring S"tiffi Dade and the Florida Key SILVER CI 7-4289
conducted by stake president on Channel 10 Sunday at ABE -
Stanley Clyde Johnson of Fort 10 a.m. The program is conducted -
Lauderdale. Visitors are wel. by the Greater Miami 8:15.9:00: a.m.- Breezcway Drive-In TheaterOn 'I 24 Hour Osygen Equipped Ambulance Service ABE ROSIN-CI 7-6061, CI 7.3237
come. Council of Churches. King't Hwy.Just Off U.S. Rev. H. S. McKelvey I'

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

DirectoryAttend 145 H.E. 10 St., Homestead Attend The Church Of Your Choice Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES .

The ChurchOf W, J. Bruingi! Ais't Priest
Sincore Funerol Home1180N.Krorr.eAve. Guy Caskey Rambler The ,NEWS LEADER RICHARD ACCURSIO-S
Your Choice infcjt"
Capri Restaurant
7.30 Holy Communion' 29645 South Federal Hwy. J "SERVING SOUTH DADE" "Famous for ITALIAN A AMERICAN FOOD
Homest.adCollege 10:00 Filmly' Service'
Nursery and Children's Chapel Homestead, Florida CI 7-2321 CE 8-3393 Food to Co-CI 7-1542

Chapel U S. 1 and State Rd. 27
- -- -- -F/orWa CityHoppy's
1st Ave. and 4th Street NW PALMETTO

FrI. Community Service 7:30 pm COVENANT
1.00 .m.-5:30: p.m.
Meeting' at

Ministers Rev: Paul Pent CORAL REEF ELEM. SCHOOL Suddath Moving and .
R.v. Arnold Pent 3rd 7955 SW 152 St. Gulf Service
R.".William Byrum JM-J48J! Storage Co., Inc. f Ji
Rev. Richard Fails Bible School 10 A.M. 341 S. Krome AvgCI 7.1931
Morning Worship 11 A.M. 137 SW 5th Ave.-CI 7-4526

....WELCOME.... Homestead, Florida
Homestead, Florida ,
THE Rev. Albert J. BengUon HOFFF

In the Homestead f
Area Church 4

FIRST UNITED Rtv"CHEATINGOURSELVES'George Dam_,,,,, Richards Implement Co., Inc. I City Auto Service

29800 S.W. 153rd CL CHURCH SERVICES 51 N.r. 2nd D-c17-6177
830>> .1B .11 em. N. Flagler Ave.,
Leisure City SUNDAY SCHOOL I:45 a.m. Homestead, Florida

Rev.Wm. Lwellyn Phillips 2 Blocks Wart of Caribbean Homestead-CI 7-87II r .j : Complete Auto ft Truck Repair
Blvd. on Biurwatcr Rd.
Sunday School 9:45: a m. Weekly. Kindergarten ;. __________
Service 11 a.m.
Sunday 13011:30 '.m. &,- ,
Air ConditionedST. Cutler Ridge Ph. 23S.1142

ANDREW'S First Church of Christ

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

MEETING AT PALMETTO Lesson Sermon 806 N. Krome A,.., Homestead jP Homestead Spic & Span Laundry
12401 SW 74th Avenue Dixie Drug Store 32 NW 1st St.-CI 7-9674
I Sun. 9:30< am-SS *30 an

Rev.Calvin 0. Schofield, Jr. Wed., S p.m. Federal Highway, Naranja' '
Sunday, '30 AJK., Service .
II to
ngton open a m 4p.m.
Sometime the future looks black; we can't see a THe CHURCH HOW AU.
Sunday School and Nursery daily except Sit and Sun slimmer of light anywhere and we ask for help AUL row Twet CHURCH toper's Gulf Service Station

without really expecting an answer. But we're wrong: Ite a...* b e.. fmhrt.....
Homestead Furniture Even that small word that have Cam= (to bwMinf o( ch Otis C. Loper, Owner
Tilt j South minster ST. FAITH'S "help" means we dU wMp.It b>Mora.tnn .
realized our own inadequacy and turned to Something n. ""wrsm..IIus: wrU..
PRESBYTERIANCHURCH 35 N. Krome Ave. Chordl. imUvr Janunnyor 536 N. Krome Are.-CI 7-2115
EPISCOPAL outside ourselves for guidance. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDAHarry's Called, or not called, "God is an ever.present help ... -"' =-:.=:= HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
S5I5 SW 170th St, PERRINC CHURCH In trouble." And whenever we ask Him to Intervene, ;_._"& "O.rflTl Tra
: l> rartmu (Former let Baptist Church) Rev. N. C. Wilbur, Rector our lives are filled with new hope and inspiration. taauram.rr..rsrrth.. rnk*
10600 Coribbeen t He does not ask in to worry about the future. In tt ha mmuuly oM __ (.)
121.2011 Blvd. d MvH,
Cutler RidgeCE fact. He doesn't intend us to worry at all. Worry indicates 'hk5,5bsm,.nd
SERVICE 1.30 am 58383SUNDAY uncertainty and fear, and these have no place =PlM m
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:45.m SERVICES in Christian living.

GRUSSING I a.m.-130am..11 ...". Wheel Alignment Perhaps you are thinking "That takes greater faith E. C.JacksonDynamic
DR. BONTK Sunday School ':30 I.m. than I'll ever have!I" But YOU' forget God't help. Per. IftJ
Pastor Balancing feet trust. serene peace of mind these are your 252 Washington Ave.. CI, 74541

407 S. Flagler Ave., Homestead bir Hght. And your Church will teach you to attain HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
First You ore Invited to attend them. ...... .
C.wmaht I ass, xme As..wli.e s-w. 1e., a.
Christian Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Ttiomtey Friday Saturday
Which Deuteronomy Psalms Prima Acts PhilippimiM I IThMulontaM H Timothf4&1J
meets atPfrrino '
Church J1.144:111 144.1-10: M.19-23 6:1-11 1:1-14


1001 N.E. Kings Hwy. Community CenterSchedule '
Eagle Army-Navy Star Bennett Texaco
(I blk.West of Drive-in

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

Morning Worship ., .10:30 ajn Worship' .. .. ... 11:00 .... 202 N. Krome A,.., Homestead 916 N. Federal Mcfalistt In Automotive/ Maintenance
Invited Evening' Worship 7 pjn. .
The Public Cordially Tuesday _...... 7:30.......l 247-5311 Keys-852-5987 CI 7.3733 29601 S. Fed. Hwy>_a'7 7-7124
Rev. Robt. V. Taylor



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; 1 i .,. ......, __ The IIEWI LEADER Thursday, August 27, 1H4

l( Women Naws I Campus Styles On Parade Dadeland

f Virginia R. Williams, Editor


I Naranja Chapter Honors

: 'Founder Of Eastern StarOne Highly

hundred and twenty. er, accompanied by Mrs. Donna I
five members and friends of Fetterman, ssng.
Naranja Chapter Order of Highlight was a "womanless
Eastern Star, gathered at the wedding" performed by male, Popular
Masonic Hall In Princeton members of the chapter. Leland
Thursday to honor Dr. Robert Pluto Melton Pye. James I
Morris, founder of the order. Knight, Donald Strickland, Plaids and tweeds were pop.
,Cody Merytin, Oren Bass, Rob- war fabric for outfits modeledby
I Following a covered dish ert Lucas Gus Hackenuos, the College Board at a college
supper, the group gathered In Buhl W lbridge, Leon Milliard f l + fashion ihow at Burdioe'i,
I' the chapter room and heard. and Tom Black, took part. N A4 ,, in Dadeland.
Mrs. J. T. Black, worthy matron Mrs. Pluto was program '
pay tribute to Dr. Morris chairman. + s Among local girls displaying
with a survey of his life and Naranja Chapter will give a what the typical college girl)
an explanation of why he la spaghetti dinner for membersand will weir In and out of net
t honored by the order. friends Sept. 12 In the ; + y college classes this fall wen

Mrs. Leland Pluto told a Princeton Hill, from S to 8 + i+ Pattl WcCully Kathl Carry:
Ann Wylie, Martha May and
story, Tim Pluto and John p.m. The waya and means coin k
I t Sandra The Dlxoni
Scott played selections on the mittee, with Mrs. Emma
chairman, Is in charge provided the music and the
electric guitar and Judy Coop- Bryant,
narration was by Jay Kinier.

40 Outfits

MEET Forty different outfit were
LeAnno 'Aldridge shown including clothes for
leisure time, for classes and
I t One of our newest for evening wear. Among the
more popular colon, beside
I and qualified operatorsQuality -
plaids, were bright shades of
Performance ) green, blue and gold.
More than 150- parents and
Expert WorkmanshipLatest : ; s.=1.I :' college.bound students came U

Styles view the outfits to' get sn ides
of what will be worn oa the
Hair Styling Concern rr-r- 1 ,. r!=] various campuses this fall. Tht

.M.Mw ra '-' I ; models represented a variety ol
I rr= -
Ask For Le AnnaPauline's ; _ different colleges where they
F will be setting the fashion pact

Salon of Beauty 7 c r r rr this school year.Delta.

824 N. Krome Ave., Homestead-247-724] ] .

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DANCE! DANCE!, DANCE! 'TOM JONES' look is FOR COOL winter days, GOOD FOR classroom or COLLEGE BOARD uniform VERY SMART black and

evident in elegant black Patti McCully of SW soda shop it Kathi Garry's yellow and black white herringbone tweed I Holds

South Miomioni, Children, Teenagers, Adults long sleeved date dress 122nd St., who'll be junior long torso black tweed turtleneck jersey blouse suit is worn by Martha
modeled by Sandy Swasey at Texas Christian! jumper with white french- with black checked skirt, May of SW 84th Street, I
The Famous School of Dance Arts
Nationally of 5760 SW 51 St. She'llbe shows two-piece Kelly cuffed blouse. She livesat is modeled .b y Ann Wylieof with bright red hose and !

"THE JACK STANLY SCHOOL"Announces entering the Universityof green and white check SW 106th Ave-, and SW 76th Court. She'llbe red "Mounty" hat. Her LunchDelta

Georgia this fall. wool dress with new will be sophomore at University a junior this fall at college is Memphis State,

that registration for the fall and winter classes (Staff Photos by. Dan middy overblouse. of Georgia. University of Miami. where she'll be a juniorLINDA Ma Chapter of Beta

will begin Tuesday, September Ith. Phifer) Phi Sorority held its beginning -
day luncheon a* the Capri

Claim will begin Saturday, September 12th for MODERN. Robert Church Restaurant in Florida City Saturday. .
Senior Citizens Bride-To-Be Is HonoredAt .
JAZZ TAP (all types) MUSICAL COMEDY ACRO- Theme for the year is
BATICS BALLET (special graded classa-s for children) Honor GraduateAt "Invitation to Life."
To MeetAtBayfrontPark .
PRIMITIVE SATIRE NOVELTY. Invited Miscellaneous ShowerMiss Mrs. Jim Morris, vice president
gave the opening ritual
NCO Academy -.. and Mrs. Melvin Poe, president
SPECIAL FEATURE "BATON TWIRLING"by ronme Themes of FlorIda I Jim Majors, Mrs. Ansel Barrow the welcome
address. Mrs. Bob
Senior citizens of South Dade A resident of Leisure City, City, whose marriage to firs Charles Brooker, Collins, chairman, out the
one of America's top teachers and members of the Golden M.Sgt. Robert F Church, was Ward Weiss of Homestead will Mrs. R. E. Sherard. Mrs. Rudy yearbooks.Each gave
classes We encourage comparison Age Club of Leisure City have named the "honor graduate" take place Sept, 10, was honored Bachmann, Mrs. Neal Cham committee chairman
been Invited to a covered dish of the 71 top grade noncommissioned with a miscellaneous bers, Mrs. Johnny Eaker and brief
gave a resume plans
The JACK STANLEY school welcomes visitors to all luncheon at Homestead Bay officers who attended shower last week. the Misses Lynda Green Marie w'S for the followed on
front Park Tuesday, sponsored the Tactical Air Command's Mrs. Daniel Carpenter and firma, Mary Jo Thernea nd discussion new year by.
on various activities.The
I FOR INFORMATION CALL. WRITE or VISIT THE by the XYZ Club of Homestead. Non Commissioned Officers Mrs. Laird Austin were hostesses Patty Themes.Ad table, floral arrangementand
Visitors welcome, and at the Carpenter resident -
are Academy at Air Force
Jack School of Langley Individual ,
Dance Arts
Stanly carded
are asked to take their own Bane, Va.Churcb.. ,. 16700 SW 298 Terrace. f fF
179 Giralda ,Are., Coral Gables-HI 8-2412 table service, beverage, and ,sergeant major of The house was decorated In Astra F and the black.aororitys colors, yellow
C one covered dish to the park the 31st Tactical Fighter Wing, pink and white. A white net
pavilion between 10:30: and 11 and satin umbrella adorned the Others present were Mrs.
was congratulated for his
gift table and fern Chapter Herbert Bigelow Mrs. Bud
am.The achievement by Brig. Gen William Kimball Mrs Billy Perkins,
roses decked the
XYZ Club meets at 11
Mr. Stanley was awarded the only plaque ever awarded toa i T. Daly, commander of which sponsor, Mrs. Ronald Peters,
teacher for, his a.m. every Tuesday in the Pioneer the 838th Air Division at Pope wu overlaid with Has PicnicAd
25 years record as featured teacher for a lace cloth. Mrs. Cecil Meads, Mrs. Bill
DANCE MASTERS OF AMERICA at their convention thlllumm.r Hall at First Presbyterian I AFB, NC., who awarded diplomas Miss Reeder Miss Beverly Russell,
Church of Homestead. The Themes received an Astra Chapter, O.E.S., held
'In New York City. Presentation was made by to the graduating class orchid Mrs. Olin Wright Jr., Mrs. Nick
luncheon Is being held in lieu corsage along with a its annual family picnic at the
Mr. William Royal', president ef Dance Masters of America After his return from the shower of gifts in Homestead HARDEN Sincere.Mrs.\ Joe Marcus, Mrs.
of the regular meeting this Masonic Temple
.. ,.. ..,, week. Academy, Church was presented Mrs. Dan Maxson and Mrs. Saturday, honoring Eastern Brld.T -B. ,Carl McDaniel Mrs. Larry
-- an engraved plaque by Col Ferguson Mrs. William
George Allen Day
-- wen prize winners Star founder Robert Morris.
Franklin A. Nichols, command.
and Mrs Larry Blaylock.
er of the Slat at games.The Some 60 people attended the Linda HardenTo
25 % 2S0Of. guest list also included covered dish supper and pro
STOREWIDE CLEARANCE SALE He and his wife Evelyn and the brlde.elect'
their 8 year-old twin sons, Rob- mother, Mrs gram.
OFF ert and William, live on SW Matt Themes; the bridegroom.lobe'a Mr. and Mrs Robert Peterson Be Wed

298 Terrace Avenue in Leisure mother Mrs Walter worthy patron and worthy
GIFTS-ORIGINAL HUMMEL FIGURES, City Weiss, and Mrs. Homer Bag. matron, made arrangements. A On
well Mrs. Norman Ryan, Mrs resume of Morris' life was given Saturday !
XMAS CRECHES, WESTMORELAND and FENTON by past grand matron Miss PtLukIT

MILK GLASS, RELIGIOUS STATUES ETC. Esther. Livingston. Miss Linda Larraine Hardenof
i Marriages In, State..Up., Taking part In the program, South Miami, formerly of
CHINA-FRANCISCAN AND STANGL DINNERWARE. CANDLES M which wan narrated by Mrs the Homestead area, will become V
ed from 41,504'in' 1962 to 43,120 expanding population. Lewis Tate and Mr. Peterson the bride of James David ICIER sUlt
JEWELRY STATIONARY SCHOOL SUPPLIESBAR In 1963 or about 39 per cent, Among those marrying for were the start point officers, Appleby of South Miami Saturday Summer

ACCESSORIES SAG GIFTS I final figures at the State Boardof the first time, grooms were' Mrs David Craig Mrs. Edwin st Coral Gables Methodist Cooking on the TipsCooking outdoor grill

Health show generally three years older Hibner. Mrs. Wilber Jacques, ,Church. Your vegetables will cook, too,
BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS I Oliver H. Boorde director of than brides,However, divorced Mrs Jess, Payton and Mrs. John Miss Harden is the daughterof if you wrap them in two thick

2S ,the Division of Public Health, grooms! were 4Vfc ,years older Bell: Mrs. Lens Harden of 8450 scones of foil with butter salt and
% JO ELLE'S ZSOfot/ Statistics, sajd the upward than divorced brides and wid- Mrs. Craig'sang s solo accompanied SW 83rd St., South Miami, and pepper added to aeason as they
GIFTS trend continued one which began owed grooms, were almost 11 by Mrs. John' Boner H. G. Harden of Kendall She cook.
r OFF. Of k in 1953 and that "the fairly years older than widowed at the pisnoHomestesd. attended Palmetto High School Have some biscuits? Split
constant rate per 1.000 populs- brides. Assembly of Rain The spread with butter into which
570 PERRINE AVE.- SHOPPING CENTER ion during the period shows I bow Girls, sponsored by Ad Is the prospective of Mr. and bridegroom you've mixed some drained pickle
the rise can be attributed to the Over 48 percent of the brides Astra Chapter, will hold a public son Mrs. H. relish. Wrap in foil and let them
marrying for the first time ice cream social at the temple M. Appleby of 6259 SW 57th St., keep warm on the grill
were teenagers while only 1(1 Saturday evening. Ice South Miami. He attended Quick dessert needed? Peppermint
per cent of the males were in j cream, cake and pie will be Southwest High School and Mi ice cream with canned chocolate
I i ami-Dade Junior College sauce serves nicely. Pass the
this Broods uld. served.LYONSDOWH .
group brownies If you have some.Make .

DiSCO ONU AN D I Ito I SCHOOL t-tCalendar I,chunks mushroom Bed? On)'our and small caps steak cherry skewers green platter tomatoes, pepper thread parti-

BISCAYNE DRIVE C17-6981 with butter, salt and pepper

OPENS August 31 J Of EventsICE I skewers Put and chunks broil with for of pineapple hard a few salami minutes chunks oa,

I potato (canned), mushrooms and

24' Months Mon., Tues. .Thura. CREAM SOCIAL will crabapples Brush with barbecue
PERRINESHOPPING I PRE-SCHOOL: Senior and Junior Kindergartenond be held from 5:30: to 8:30: sauce and heat on outdoor frill.
To Pay I 9:30 6 p.m. Nursery pm. today at First United Serving a crowd? Place chicken
Sot. Day or Half Day Church fo Christ SW 153rd la a basket attached to the spit
238-2901 0 sea0Fo19:: on your rotisserie, broil aDd
CENTER 00' (Licensed by the State Welfare Board) Court.invited. Leisure City. Public serve with barbecue sauce.

BRANCH Ballet Modern Jazz SOUTH DADE MOOSE Helen's Favorite:
DANCE : Tap,
lodge will have a free fish Jeweled Saowb.llsServes
4-PC'FOAM SECTIONALS s year-olds and up fry from 6 to 8 pm. at the ( I)
3 ,Royal Academy of Dancing, London, Graded System loge rooms In Florida City, 1 baked angel food take
1's! cups Inely flaked coconut
for members and guests.
YOU GET t heavy
e.p cram
j L ,i X th.p.19. ;
I. "' sugar
ALL 4 PIECES 'h cup candled frills

r COMPLETE Modern Salon I I Using two forks, pull apart
Beauty angel feM cake bate < pieces.

ROOMS OF Spread eoctnut M s Urge eat
I plate. Whip man inUI stiff,
stir !. sugar and 1,4 cap caa-
FURNITUREINCLUDES w Fall Special died frulL Spread cake with
1j 1j"tIIJ I
: whipped cream, then rail .U
U cocoaul aid dot with remalakg -
,o, : LIVING ROOM : "I candled fnltBaggsToTalk

:: REALISTIC* Permanent Wave 1'1
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srnr w a Bill' Bsggs, editor of The Ml
avalunor ,$ d -OTHER WAVES $5.95 and up- ,ami News, will speak Wednesday

REVmiBU CUSHIONS at the general monthly
Curly or Smooth Style Cut, Conditioning Shampoo and Set $4 ;membership meeting of the
ZIPPERS ,Dade County Young DemocratIc

COMPARI, 169.95 For Call Cl 7-1819 238 Avenue I pool Plaza's Encore Room.
j l Appointment Washington There will be a social hour

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RECEPTION SUNDAY at Woman's Club of Horn, Mr. and Mrs Thomas' Chompney. Gathered around

stead honored Sister/ There Ambrose' the former the tea table are, loft to right, Misses Merit Rue*
Mist Joan Gadwoy of Homestead Sacred Heart sell, Josie DiBenedetto/ and Vivienne Im.nolll.S//.
Rotary Altar Society sponsored the "welcome' ter Thereto and the Misses Sandra Engel end Mery
horn' tea for Sitter Thereto, who woe back in town Jo Themes Mrs. Mary Roberts, seated, poured forth
for the first time in three years to visit her parents, oceaiion./ (Staff Photo)
and Mrs. Forest Williams of 14240 lien.. The engagement of Miss Janet Susan Wilson of _

derson Drho, Naranja announce theengage Coral Gables to Capt. Eugene F. Madigan of
LP.GasUseTh. In FloridaFlorida
ment and approaching marriage of their Homestead Air Force Base was announced Miss, Lisa Hartung BrideOfSgt.LeRoyScIiultz Up
daughter, Bula to Airman 2.C. Jerry Stafford last week at a cocktail party hosted by Lt. Col. use of liquefied petroleum State Chamber of Commerce -
son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Stafford of and Mm.! I. J. Irvin Jr. at their home on Oklahoma gas In Florida increased reports
Spartanburg S. C. Miss Williams is a 1964 Avenue at the base. Attending with their ;11 per cent last year marking The comparable national Increase
graduate of South Dade High School. Her fiance wives were staff officers of the Eighth Artil. the largest annual gain since a was I per cent last year
1163 and 20 cent during
is a 19PO graduate of Forrest Hills Highin lery. 15th Missile Battalion for which Captain 28 per cent increase In 195J, the over the previous peak.per
Spartanburg, and is stationed at HomesteadAir Madigan is S-1 officer. The couple will be Homestead Air Force Base In California, where the brIde.
Force Base. The wedding is set for Sept. married Sept. 12 at the airbase, chapel. She Chapel was the scene of the groom it being transferred to
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick wedding Saturday of Mist Har March Air Force Base.
Wilson Jr. of Wakefield, R. I., and his parentsare tong to S.Sgt LeRoy H. SchulU. I CR'SIk

I Col. and Mrs. John Madigan Jr. of Proctor, Rev. Earl R. Hackett, rector The new Mrs. SchulU it agraduate
of Bellevue High
Vt of St. John's Episcopal Churchof
School in Bellevue, Nebr., and
Homestead performed the 3 attended the University of Nebraska ii

WAC Recruiter pm. ceremony. and North Texas State

Cindy Morey The bride is the daughter of University Her husband attended 5 *. E. *l E.,w,. wTtrr..n r
Women C.M. Sgt Frederick A. liar. Lane Technical; High I 7437 C oral Way : d a,=:r
Invites tung of 1018B California Ave., School in Chicago L1mle T*.*W Chick '''..
and the bridegroom it the son CHUCK 1 CHICKENS
Honor Guest 'ro New Office' of Mrs. Edith Schultz of Skokie, ROAST wltk o.Mr 2 2c Ib. Qu"Bruit LM* ...dis

Ill. IIAFB Ladies First Cut Or .... s .With r M.H.NOrW

Friday's opening of the CutterRidge A champagne beige wool suit
At ShowerMiss Army Recruiting StationIs with brown mink collar was Golf AssociationTo Horn Freezer Speclsl FLORIDA EGGS

13.'J' of vital interest to young the brlde't choice for her wedding Meet I I lib.Ik*,.airfoli T-Boiw*.St..!..... Fresh Grade *| vOl.' pac
women of the area, at well at She wore a beige pillboxhat Sept. I I Ib. Cuk atnki A Smell 0 for O.J |
Emilie G. Desjardini husbands, and brothers Ib. Stk
their sons
and carrieda
with veil
nose .. Prfc C ., arcCiAE
| a Ib Cmter Cut 'IIU.ZEIt
was hostess for a shower lasl according to Women's bouquet of a dozen yellow The Ladles Golf Associationof ] lb.. a..d 5t P.rk Ch.Sa
lb. for
; week at her Coconut Palm Dr Army Corps selection officer Homestead Air Fore Base 10 $3.99 T aw. : sIt .d a...,
reset.Mist ..,
home in honor of Mist Clndj Lt Marlon Davis. will hold its first meeting of a lb.. B. cask =: Wtr.e
Blue Ribbon Steak SpecialS Ib* SlrUU Si M..ts
Morey, who will become thi ( Linda Pope Marsh of the 196485 season at 9 am. .. 1ba I Sk-M* RM 01.' .a run Lrd
bride of Jerold Bostlk on Sept LL Davis points Gut there Is Framingham Center, Mats, Sept S at the base golf course | Ib*. T ft:*=: 2S I":;. : Ib.. aiIm's. R. All M.a W t.ew.C .
28. a myriad of opportunity for was her cousin's maid of hon clubhouse. Is ib*. si-Ma SIM** 15 110....'a" 3'h.. 100
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qualified young women as officers or. Best man was SSgt Kenneth Ib ** rises
WhIt. wedding bells and in the various branches Kerr CoL George E. Langdon, Is Ibi. nru.d aiMk BMI. nutN !
streamers, white umbrellas,, of the Army as well at enlisted 'a e chairman of the base golf toneless Fork Dlmanlr Y. Strip. 9tMk-kr '- 89'-
aqua and gold miniature shower service in the WAC.Commissions Sgt Hartung gave hit daughter council, will speak The women (Sirloin' TipROASTS 59" leo' "101.",. '.41
girls and a white watering can in marriage.A will discuss plans for the new r., red ........ 11t Ik..
filled with flowers decked the an availableIn reception for approximately season litiS KIT 'f n
C ar dining room where punch and the Army Nurse Corps,Army 40 guests at the Noncommissioned I MEAT GROUND in'*' 'Ik.*. '2.10 STEW ....10 Ib... |
cake were served by Miss Dea- Medical Specialist Corps WAC, Officers' Club Refreshment will be tervtd. ..ttI.. *f "".. LlaIl.I.... .... ,..
In the Judge The meeting will be short so 411 1.1 '.1. I' '
,jardins and her mother, Mrs.Lee and, for attorneys followed the ceremony The 'JMIE"lC"tmirtAUSAC& Me*|
MRS. THOMAS A. KINO II Deijardlni. Advocate General Corps. Educational newlyweds left for a abort wedding that the women may plan to "'";:1111 1M":, :dIP Lh All .**, alb Sow ISchool's
it availableto play golf afterwards. .. .
assistance Miami. -
Atht Alter) trip
I Winners at games were JoIn.I qualified candidates for nursing Th ey will m.1... their b ome .
I John Cappo of Fort Lauderdale degrees at one of the three
A. Alter Becomes 'and Miss Lorna Barty. accredited nursing schools in
ary Wash Machines
Dad County.
Other guests were the brideelect's -
I mother, )frio Earl Mor The new recruiting office is Silts and ServiceAll
I at 20390 S. Dixie Highway, directly Mikes and Models
Jr., Mist Dotty Broughtonof
ride Of Thomas A. King :ey Hlaleah, Miss Sue Cappo of across from Cutler Ridge New NAIOR'SHOMIIMPROVIMINTI and Used I
Center Friday's open
Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Elsie Shopping
I' Mrs. Joan Osley, and the house begins at 7 p.m. Refreshments
Sarty fun with
I Mary Ash. Alter of Cutler 'employed at Burdlne'i La Dade- Misses Betty Cody, Darlene wlll'be served. 11590 $. Dixie 238-53821 more ,

midge and Thomas Alfred KingIII land. Booker, Myra Grennell, and
of Linwood, N. J.,were mare The bridegroom la stationedat Glenda BelLShalom BUSTER BROWN.
fried Saturday In a 7.30>> p.m. Homestead Air Fore Base
(ceremony at Coral Gables and plans to study architecture JILL MALLORYSCHOOL .
I Methodist Chapel following his discharge from the ChapterTo
Air force. The newlyweds will Buster Brown clean-lined oxford, so
I Dr. John Hanger, pastor of make their home in Perrute. Hold Dinner OF DANCERegistration
(the church, officiated before an smart in leather or velvet uppers. And <:J

(j altar bouquets decorated of mixed with two gladioli white, QuickieRecipie Dance SaturdayThe I II I the miracle chemical soles outwear the

j carnations and chrysanthe- South Dade Chapter of most rugged treatment busy feet con O
', mum., and two seven candlecandelabra the B'nal Brith Women, Shalom
surrounded by flow. Now Open them. Parents for their .
I Chapter, wilt hold a combination give go great ...

era The and bride's ferns.parents are Mr. Of WeekSeptember chicken dinner swim party Saturday, dance at and the Classes Begin construction! Sizes 8% through 3 B,' $'? '

and Mrs. Foster E. Alter Cutler of home of Mr. and Mra. Mark 3 C and D. 4? _
1310 Maria Drive, Better Breakfast Fucht, 10390 SW 60th Place.
Ridge. She is the grand nieceof Mrt. Ralph J. Raphael, publicity August 31 "

Ashe.the first late president Bowman of the Foster Unlversity Month new for and a her better it breakfast something chapter chairman is open for said all, South This According to Site 7.99 and 8.99 A

of Miami and Mrs.Ashe. Chances are most young; Dade women and we urge residents Classical Ballet Nl 9
The bridegroom's parents stars will love ItChocolateFrench
of the various communities Modern Jazz
Toast Simply substitute
Mr. and Mrs. Roger
are of South Dad to com and
Steward of Linwood, N.J. chocolate milk for the A In The .
regular milk in your French meet friends and neighbors. For Step Direction Cotillion Classes i

in marriage toast recipe. For a stronger Right &
The bride was given TapIn 1
by her father. chocolate flavor add morechocolate .tyirf DOLLAR )tELtS; Phone or
to the milk.
fashionedwith syrup '
She a wore scooped a gown neckline filled It', good with fresh fruit, ......"1c.lIIvti..,.. ''T.. 17633 S. Dixie Hwy. In Homestead

with illusion, and a full skirt crisp bacon and milk. f tOUIDA HONIER- Hogan Bldg. 194 NW 7th St.
appllqued with lace. Her three MUSEUM CE 8.0469 CI 7.3826

tiered finger-tip veil of illusion : WI, ,... .-....- .-. .-. .-....-...... i IJ" 4'Srt U
fell from a velvet petalled of pearlswhich cap C. Ridge.Legion t .
She wore a I I
had been worn by her AuxiliaryToBe a
sister, Mr*. Joseph A. Brook, SOUTH DADE ACADEMY ,, \
at her own wedding. Feted On Friday
Following the ceremony, a
reception was held at the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dayton of
church for 100 guests. Pale pink', 29001 Naranja Road Leisure '
aster and white muma in a City, will entertain the Cutler .
garland surrounded the punchbowl Ridge American Legion Poet HAS
and cake and Auxiliary, along with mem
The bride Is a graduate ** bent wives or Luibands at
Palmetto High School and 1* their home at 8 p.m. Friday. 4



Mrt. Marilyn Klnj/ '-Cl 7-4M7
Mon.,Tv.,Wed. Only iProtein Mrs. Manctta Danny-Cl 7-5803
and Set$150 ,
Shampoo Mrs. Jo Anne Hall-Cl 7-2721 \
Conditioner $1.50 .
.. CI 7.3S16-17Oth Ave. & AVOCADO DR. th.VISU.METER'.

, Tu....Wed.Try this $ 50 with proves
once each week end I Thisbe SOUTH DADE BAPTIST CHURCHThis they rlghft

happy with the f Ad Th|,offer ,ooddlff.r."c. If an advanced School Hours :1V
.. Oil. Oct. 15, 1964Plilline's
kindergarten/ not a nursery 8:30 a.m. to. 11:30 a.m.'

Salon of Test Sheets will be tent home Opening Date
Beauty for parents to give examinations September. 8th

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Pupils Way To SchoolIn '

To Begin MondayA ..

course in gardening- will The Instructor will be-William -I f 'Umbrella9 Project
be offered by the continuing A Murphy a nursery ,
education of Miami who in
department owner majored horticulture
.Dide Junior College dur at the University of Parent In communities throughout the route you believe to be the safest,
the fill term. Miami, where he earned his ,
ing Dade available.
asked route
N county are being to take part most expedient
The non-credit class for master of acienc degree. next week In a new safety program aimedat (2) Speak aloud every thought you have
adults will meet Kondiji Fee for the course ii $3. A i small children who walk to school. which Influences :your decisions regarding
from 7 to 10 p.m. In the Com Those wishing to enroll may 1 __ Called "Operation Safe Walk," It asks where you walk that Is, which side of the
munity Center of the Cutler register during the first session
parents to accompany the youngsters from street, which corners you cross from and
Ridge Shopping Center at of' the clans Monday tye
South Dixie Highway and For further Information, their homes to the schools some time during to, and how you use available school cross
202nd Street phone 688.3541. this first week of school, pointing out ings. Remember to use sidewalks if available
--'-- -- the safest routes, possible dangers noting ; walk facing traffic If there Is no
,, ..' 1a the best way to cross Intersections and sidewalk; cross at corners except at desig
-, .. I.\; .. .. > 1 urging above all, "Be Careful.! nated school crossings; cross corners only
: < '> II k ; Cooperating parents are being urged to at right angles; be sure to explain the
., .. carry open umbrellas as they walk with proper use of signal lights; walk, don't
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;: COL WALLACE N. FLUCKEY receives tabs
LT. the 52nd Artillery leadership their children to draw attention to the run, across the street
: 1 .F" and battalion crest at change of command ceremonies at 13th Artillery Group project (3) Speak each decision aloud, reviewIng -
: : ', Headquarters in South Miami Heights. Doing the honors are, left to right, Lt. The program is aimed primarily at the each factor considered. Be sure your
< 'iii> .i Cot. Theodre R. Roth, who (leaves the Second Missilt Battalion of the 15th Ar- 21,000 first graders who will be going to child understands why and not just what
:.. ..' 't#'j" : tillery for 0 post at Headquarters Army Air Defensa Command, Colorado school for the first time this year in Dade. (4) Time your trip In order to know
':: :"". Springs, and Col. John E. Connor Jr., commander of the 13th Artillery.Group.Looking It is sponsored by the Dairy Council of how much time your child needs each dayso
..., t .f on is _Sgt._ Major .James B. Rhody of the battalion._ South Florida in cooperation with the that hurrying will be unnecessary.
Dade County Citizens Safety Council and (5)) When you arrive at school let your
....... ...';r.... the Dada County Council of Parent,Teachers child take you by the band and walk home
," Association."If this time with the child thinking "oed
'f. a child learns to cross an intersection loud describing each factor considered and
'. I correctly, that is the real heart of it each decision he makes.
.' .1 all," declared Glenn Sudduth, executive ((6) Correct any mistakes promptly, then
J .. ., _. 1 A NEW CAR director of the Dade county Citizens' Safety let the child continue.
'' Council. (7)) At one corner along your way home
!e r For those who plan to participate in have the child cross the street alone to
.1 ';'"i Operation Safe Walk, the following procedures demonstrate his ability to follow your
II are advised. Instruction.,
CONVENIENTLY (1) Take your child by the hand and <8)) Every morning when your child
walk with him from home to school; along leaves home, say "Be Careful.! "
1l1n\ FINANCED (

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r'.",,,,,A, :1--;o'u,Tf H. tiz lsrK Horne Joins 31st Wing ;

",.,'" :' 4Needn't Col. Claude G. Horne has assumed fleer's Candidate School at Ft. 2,500 flying hours In the Su-
I duties as 31st Tactical Benning. Ga., as a second lieu persabre.
Fighter Wing director of operations I tenant an the Infantry. in July
Horne flew S7 combat missions
replacing Col. John B 1942. .
In the P 38 and 17 in the
Holt who his retired.A
'" r.w ; In August 1943 he was grad PS1 during World War II In
: -' Stay a Pipe Dream: native of Cochran, GI.., uated from advanced flying Europe, for a total of 336 com
1i'ell' : Horne la a 1935 graduate of Miami training at. Williams AFB Arizona bat hours. During the Korean
? Senior High. conflict he chalked up 112 missions
See us for details about making On Nov. 23; 1940 he was called A command pilot Horne has for a total of 226 hours.
gals It a happy reality withA to active duty with the 4,100 flying hours in such air Prior to being ssslgned to
Florida National Guard and craft as the P38, F-40, P51, the 31st Horne was the assist
LOW-COST later was graduated from Of F-82, F84 and FIDO. He has ant director of operations and
plans at TAC headquarters,
on the go -. I He Is married to the former
f "MR. LOUIS"FORMERLY I Margueriete Hammono and
they have two children, Claude
Homes reside on Homestead
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by Virginia, R. Willie, ; -

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Charles Holjer of -NW-' Freddie's birthday Auff. 9,
I First Street, Homestead I i the diPielro's 19th wedding i---
'itruck It rich" durtaf a recent anniversary Aug. 19, and the
visit to the ruby mine birthday ot their daughter
heir Franklin, N. C lie found I tiline Au|. 22.
+ I five-tint ruby, along with v
sevenl upphtrei. The ruby
he Intends to hive cut and Ann folk Fiulk bf
mounted in a ring setting !Homestead hn returned from -
a summer vacation In New
for hll wife
4I England in Worchest, ,
I .. listing big. ieekloni trip Mats, she Joined Miss Gloria
llelger also saw Okefanoke Casey, South Dade lUth
I I Swam In Georgia and the Shool teacher who took postgraduate -
Great Smoklei In North Carolina work it the Unlver- Lw
and visited twoGlk, I city of New Hampshire this
lodges, at Valdosta and Way mummer +
cross, G.. He Is chaplain of hate
the Homesteid Liken lodge. The two toured parts of
New Hampshire, the Green
S a a Moutilslns in Vermont, and

....,. Mr. and MM. Wllburtfliumjirdner the Martyr' Shrine at Aurlesvllle -
and daughter In New
York. On the
Lends of Itubbird, Ohio, return trip to Florida they .
.it ".. ,.i were weekend guest of MM. stopped In Washington, D C., .
... .. Pearl Mlnals: NW and visited the of the
: .. :'", .ti. grave t .
Homestead.e I'e'' Prtsld..nt John **. Ken iee
ONE DISTINCTION of thii hew sign i a fop the first, National link el Hem*. npd,. They shoo visited Aletindrli -' 's
Stead ,It thot ,It't the biggest between Corel end Key W.... Its overall Mr. and MM. Mn binleliOt ind colonial WlUiamt-
size ,it approximately' 16 by 40 feet end from the top of the bonk to the topof homestead where hive the returned* at- burg. THE MACHINE here I II digging ditches #lor the foundation ore Howard Johnson -
the sign I. 18 feet. The numeral 1 It nlrte feet high eri cite tide end ten feet from tended Iowa the funeral of his e Motor Lodge to the reor of the restaurant ot N.E. 11th Street ond U.S. 1
on the ether. Th. letter rang. from 30 Inches to lit feet In height. (Staff mother, MM. Daniels. I Mr. and Mrs. George Songrt 'In Homestead- The motel, which 'will be adjacent to the new Holiday Inn, will
photo-) from: son George and daughter have 50 unit end e swimming pool. Dining facilities in the restaurant ere being .
Mrs. Michael Prehodk ind Sally of NE 14th Street, expanded In connection 'with the motel construction. Opening date I II expected .
daughter Sandra and ion I Homestead/ returned Friday to be early 1965. (Staff Photo).
First United Church Women Michael bf Plainfield, N. J, from a three,,,'ek vacation -.
left for home Saturday after I with Mr. flohger' parents in :
I a m nth'! visit with her par. the North Carolina -mountains
enti, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dayton near Maggie Valley.Thrift
Plan Public Ice Cream Social' Of NaranJa Road, Leisure : sAv E

City Shop
The Women's Fellowship ol --- I 10 to begin hll aenlor year under Mr, and Mr Fred Rhodes
First United Church of Christ, Leisure : full scholarship he received Jr. ot NW 13th Street, Home- I II
SW 133rd Court, will hold I CityBy on completion of high Head, ire expected home thin I Will Reopen 1
public Ice cream social at the Winifred DontldionCl school at South Dade. Upon weekend from Alrbonita,
church today from 8.30 to 8.30: 74043 graduation he will be commissioned Puerto Rico, and Jamaica. i S300 TO S900
pm. _wx..www+_11IIoooI_ an ensign in the regular Rhodes Is completing a large Pariah Thrift Shop, sponsored -
Ice cream, cake, coffee and Navy. tile contract for a hospitalin hy St. Vincent da Paul So-
punch will be served. Mrs. Roger first fall meeting ot the association Birthday Party Alrbonita as aubcontractor clety of Sacred Heart Catholic
Ounderson Is chairman. will be bell Sept. 10 in Lisa Mcflwaln celebrated her for the Mike Bradford Construction Church, will open for the winter ON ALL '64 NEW RAMBLERS .
Golden A*. Club the Community Center. : third birthday with a splash Co., for which he season at 10 a.m. Sept 1
Golden Age Club memberswill Back From Camp : party at the home of her par. transported local tile workers In new quarters at 123 North W 18 AMERICANS In z:
meet at 11:30: am. today Kathy Graf, daughter of Mr.I, cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mellwsln .. rather thin hiring Puerto Krome A...
it : on Hat-ding Lane.Young labor. 10 CLASSICS stockAS <
in the recreation building and Mrs. Clifford Grit Sr. Rican The will be
Coral Roe Mobile Park. Members 297th Street, returned lint week I guests were her brother Mn. Rhodes Joined him 10 shop open from .
are Invited to take their from Camp gebrlng, where she Chris, Norman McCord there last Week for t Visit. s.m. to pm. dally except' &
lunch and stay Into the afternoon had spent the past two months and games winners Barbara They plan to light-see In Jamaica berg Sunday as with volunteer Herbert J. Stein LOW ASSAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVESAVE DOWN 36MOHTHS J TO PAY
for card playing. !as troop and stay consultant Sullivan and Laura McCord. before returning to manager.Vsed
Cl ,le AtteclitUnMri. She was In charge of visiting Other guests included Mr. and Homestead. clothing, furniture, appliances I.
Frank Thorn., president I Girt Scout troops. Mrs F. L. McHwaln, Mrs. Paul C and other second-hand .
of the Leisure City Civic Association Kathy a* June graduate ot Cox, Paula and Carol, Mr.: and August hs a busy month Item donated to th. hop are'
ham announced that the South Dade!, hit been in active : Mrs Kenneth McCord, Mrs. H tot the family of Freddie dl. RoM" nominal prices or given "
Rebel member; I member I B. McCord and Mrs. B. D. Redden 1'ietro Homestead welder without cost to the needy. I "GOOD BUY TIME
of Homictead Swim Vicki and Colin. whose recovery from third- Donations1 will be accepted'
S; Sells Club, Rainbow Girl and St. degree burn over 90 per beginning Monday by I
I John's Episcopal I She cent ot hit body gate hint the bent with Steinberg at 8:00 am 8:00 pm Mon. thru Sat.
I. Radio Beacon will enter Miami I- JhJU: I Jack Stanly nickname "Mr Miracle." or the Sacred Heart Irrn.e'l l
College for the fall term I After more than a year In 147-4403.! RAMBLER CO.
Back from Cruise Given Plaque hospitals he came home this After Bept. 1, contributed GUY CASKEY
u'' Annex! Site Clifford Oral Jr. returned recently summer to continue his recovery Items may be taken to the shop'snew \ U. S.1 at AVOCADO DR. HOMESTEAD, FLA.
from a two-month cruise Jack Stanly I SW blot and await plastic surgery location during open hour ,
Approbate! let serfs of to the Orient aboard the Destroyer Street, Kendall, recently was to rebuild his lingers, or pickup tit large or bulky I HOMESTEAD ;'71511 MIAMI-238-2972
land improvements in South V.S.S. Rupertus.A presented I plaque from the ears, underarm, eyelidand Item can be arranged by callIng -
.Bade have been sold by -4he student at Tullfl University Dance Masters of America. during throat.Ibisweek. 2478451.
federal government.Th New Orleans, he, with a dance convention held In'' the.word came-,
property, identified atHoinestead' three other ..aval Reserve Officer New York City hla recovery has progressed
Radio Beacon An- Training Corps midshipmen The plaque was awarded tor to Where the lories of plastic
nejer is located approximately and three Naval 'Academy' bin 25 year's contribution to the operations tan begin, He will
eight ; of Homestead midshipmen made the trip. D.M.A. national conventions as enter Jackson Memorial Hospital a o
Air Force Base and two Their duties aboard ship wereeimilar featured faculty teacher. Sept. 2 for the first operation. "-
miles southwest of Florida City to' those of regular Stanly is owner of :the Jack TOWH titid COUNTRYBANKRUPT
It is Improved by a small Naval officers and Included Stanly Studio of Dance in The announcement climax
one.sjory building, storage for standing reular'watchea.. Coral Cabin and will resume ed a month of_celebrations I ,
diesel fuel, a driveway 950 I The ship spent five weeks on i teaching at his locil studio after "
linear feet ot barbed wlrlebte,, combat-like patrol and made Labor Day Besides his regular .I STOCK I Itl SALE
storm drainage disposal, overhead stops in .Tokyo and Taiwan, tap; ballet and performingarts Pump RepairsAll
o electric distribution lue;| Formosa. Off Taiwan the mid classes he Intends to add Models .
i an underground electric die shipmen could see the Red baton! twirling and acrobatics Sprinkler' Swim Pool FIM 0
-tributlon line llrAteets., Chinese coast. for children. Sales and YIC'I!
and iteel pipeline. for*liquid On the return I trip, till toured I He will be assisted by a new NABOB'S a I
Oklna**, tlattlil and the Bay faculty member which he has: HOME IMPROVEMENTS I
fuel.The high bid of $525 was submitted city, San Francisco. recruited during his summer 21590 S. Dixie 2385312CHILDREN'S SAVE' NOW ON BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS
by Mr. and Mrs. Peter [ He will report to Tulane Sept. .session In New York City; j f 1 j
Ramirez of Pompano Beach

suit The of sale a sealed was bid made offering ii a re-by 1 "";?: ,' '. -:; Undershirts Stretch Bolls Boys Shirts Dacron: :end: Wear Cotton
Office of
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agencies, has moved its offices Higgins
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Building to the 16th floor Cotton 9.99 3.95 2 for 9.78

of the Congress Building. _
Two additions to the agency
staff were also reported by NECKTIES Special For Servicemen
Julian Burg, president of the ( '
agency. Sheron Day, a former
Miami News executive secretary : : VoILl" to ,.95 Army and Air Force Fatigues Pullover Values
has been appointedsecretary
to Burg and Robert ICn/t. Set 'with $10.00 Burton to 16.95
Von Zimmerman, artist, has tfr1 Blouse & Purchase
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The NEWS LEADER Thunder, AvfM ... ISM

I Army Opens New Recruiting Station Here

Commissioner Matheson Cutler Ridge OfficeIs

Opens Facility TomorrowFriday The SouthernmostIn

Continental USThe

August 28, i fs the day 1 p.m. the time, when the new

United States Army Recruiting Station, Cutler Ridge, will l first open its Army s newest Recruiting Station, at
first member of that to set foot in the
doors to an anxious public. The public 20390 South Dixie Highway is the southernmostfull
facility will be District 8 Commissioner R. Hardy Matheson, who will
new time recruiting station manned by personnel oi

assist CaptainWallace J any of the Armed Forces, according to Captain Wallace
G. Greene.A on the first and third Wednesdays % ] G. Rawls, Commanding Officer, U, S. Army
Rawls, Commander dynamic display of the and Thursdays each Recruiting Main Station, Coral Gables.The .
Hawk missile will be furnished
of US month. '
Army also maintains a'
Army RecruIt- I by B battery, 8th Missile Bat. part-time office In the Key guarantee a wide variety oi
tag Activities tallon, 15th Artillery, commanded West Post Office, Captain schools and assignments, in
in South Florida by Captain Lowell Chow Too Rawls said, but that Is open writing prior to enlistment.
to cut a Griffin. only four days per month, and High school graduates only
streamer of TO lend stature to the ceremonies Visitor to the grand openIng .;. airs la operated ,by the tame recruiter .are eligible for guaranteed
red, white and a color guard from ef the Cutler Ridge Arms la"t. 'who will operate the school l attendance, Sergeant
blue tape to Motheion Headquarters Battery, 13th Artillery Recruiting Station will b4 r 'facility In Cutler Ridge, Sergeant Moumblow said Non-high.
open the office.Recruiter Group, commanded by treated to rtfreihments following I First Class Edward 0 school volunteers may choeteprefeulonal
Sergeant First Class Lieutenant Charles C Bodlsh the official I portion of Moumblow, career In on.
Edward 0. Houmblow said baugh, will back up the official the program, according t. of hundreds ef line of en-
of the station will
there will probably be a number ribbon-slleers. Recruiter SFC Ed Moumblow, Function cleaver In this case, the
as be to afford easy access for
of dignitaries present Office hours of the new recruiting A cake w.sarranged for the public to all Information written guarantee spell out
he went all out In his Invlta the exact career field the
station are 743: a.m. his In-service counter
through regarding the option for training -
floss to members and of the state United and to 4:45 p,in., Monday through part Career Counselor SFC travel and education offered young volunteer will enter.In .
States Congress Matheson is Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon on !Gordon (sic) Beisley, 8th by the Army to qualified mOlt cases this will also
local officials. Mr. entitle him to a service
who Saturday, except during Sergeant Missile Battalion, 15th Artillery volunteers, and to enable local
the commissioner reprelent ichoel In connection with the
Ridge area in Moumblow'e trips to the he announced. Cutler Ridge Arm Recruiting Station resident to enter the Army
the Cutler Florida Keys. These take place y guarantee, but such a school
through a more easily acressible
the Metro government, and as cannot be offered until baste
... a' __ point.
such will be in charge ui piuceedlngs. combat training la completed.

In addition. to military and SFC Moumblow To Run StationSouth I I Mil Sergeant a South Moumblow Dad ,horn him-. writing All may assignment be guaranteed to a sped In

civilian dignitaries, the general owner has extended a standing fie oversea area, or to a metropolitan
public has been invited to Invitation to all residents area within the United
participate In the ceremony at af the' ana. whether Mrma- States as a member of the
the new office, 20390 South Cade's first full.time Quebec, then entered the Unite. time was spent in the Far East. he was assigned as Intelligence vent er-t ;;; Antiaircraft Artillery. Such f
Pre-opening Sergeant of the 97th Artillery or parent, to visit him, end to unit exists in Dade County and
Dixie Highway Army Recruiting Office is manned States Army in June, 1940. There he was first assigned to
festivities will begin at 12:30: by a recruiter who has After training at Fort Slo- the perimeter defense of the Group at Machinate discuss In a personal atmosphere the Keys, In the 13th Artillery

p,m, and the celebration should seen action in diverse parts of cum, New York, he again was World largest city, Tokyo. lie Readily Identified as a *u. all without of the facets any of obligation Army Group and its component battalions
extend to 8 pm, Sergeant the globe, and In many importit sent to the Panama Canal Zone, acted as operations sergeantof perlor faculty member, Sergeant life."The. .
Moumblow IIld.Representing. ways. But basically, Sergeant and placed on the faculty of : a unit In the 40th Antiaircraft Moumblow was assigned Examples of schools available
the 13th Artillery First Class Edward 0 the Jungle) Warfare School, Artillery Brigade, at to head the training aid tec best thing! I can tell" Sergeant any. on guarantee to thoss
Group (Air Defense) at the Moumblow Is an artillerymanBora where he taught commandosand 11nw 'I Johnson Air Force Base, south tlon of the General Subjects young Moumblow man or woman said, ",Is that who qualify for them and ac-
Colonel John 4 enlist between now and
be the tully
dedication will rangers throughout west of the Japanese capital
Committee, Division Artillery,!
Commanding Officer and educated In the when they are ready to join the end Of September are as
E. Connor Jr, Second World War. A* a memo city. From there, he traveledto 2nd Division, at Fort
Dade missile Canal Zone, Sergeant Moum Infantry the service, they should visit follows,. according to SergeantMoumblow
of the South ber of that faculty, he saw his Okinawa where he and his
and Lieutenant Colonel blow and his wife Ruth, and home base, Fort Randolph, Bennlng Georgia, followinghis each of the various services,I I *
companions arms from the Far Eut :
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Robert J. Haslcell, Executive their daughter Debris (18) about once six month find out what is offered to Aircraft H t. eFlight
every 663rd Field Artillery Battalion ,
Deborah (12), live in the He remained in that post until them, then ask one key ques- Omnifont SpclillEmrlnm "
Officer of the command.In and The rest of the time was spent After Initial training, he received his assignment to Hnill EquipmentliilnMiuuin :
at 9840 South lion: Wh.t Can You GuaranteeMe
addition to the official Kendall area teaching our best soldiers how the unit moved to Korea, where I
west 87th Street. They own recruit qualified young men In Writing. When they receive -KlMtrfeal I>.ric Rtpilr
ribbon-cutting ceremony, the since to fight the kind of war they they were stationed In reserveof and women for the Army from Hip CompilingTopographic
their home, a* they have the right answer, that is,
could from the ) IYt Sunrtrlnfrt.ld
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first assignedto they are guaranteed exactly Artlll.rr RadarO..tloo.
of the modern the sergeant was the South Pacific. demilitarized following .
displays tone roughly .
recruiting duty here In what they want to do, and it is
Moumblow revertedto
weapons used to defend the Sergeant the 40th Parallel Their Dental Laboratory Proe.dum.Oparattna *
Homestead-Miami area from July, 1962. reserve status in 1943: and base of operations there was Ills wife, Ruth, is a native of reduced to writing that is the Room Procedure aN.uropphl.trfn .
sneak attack.A From his home town of Gat stayed In that category until Uljambu Sergeant Moumblow Manchester, Georgia Daughter place to sign on the 'dotted Medical UboratoiT. Procedure Procedure
static display of the NIKE- un,Canal Zone,Sergeant Mourn 1933: : In August of that year, IL: was again an operations sergeant Debris was graduated this year line. Preventive. .........I.ln.Pro..u. .
School. Currently the Army la the only
Hercules missile, mounted on blow travelled to Canada to he returned to active duty, entering 6 .from Southwest High X-Ra?. Procedure.
will be mannedby take his advanced education. the Artillery, his basic Youngest family member Deb- service offering a three year a-a.. Control InltrumeDlR.p t
a transporter of C Battery, 2nd Mis- He studied for four years at combat branch. When his tour of duty in orah will be a student at the enlistment to volunteers. Also lrMrul
tile men Battalion 82nd Artillery, the Brothers of the Sacred During the following years, SFC Ed Moumblow Korea was over, the recruiter new Glades Junior High School through Its selective enlist- Wilding Body Bepalr .
commanded by Captain Gus Heart College, Vlctorlavllle, most of Sergeant Moumblow's was returned to Okinawa, where when school begins. ment program, it is able to] ....blol..

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;the 13th Artillery Group hive named as an obstacle course-I The battalions now are running 13th Group have been exemptIS f y1I
had from taking the Army's for the men was completed this through It. that they just didn't have a", 1."
combat physical proficiencytests month behind the headquartersof All military men under age course. +
since bringing their mis the Eighth Battalion of the of 40 tIe required to go
suet to South Florida In late 1 15th Artillery In Naranja. through the course semian I The course has five stations
v 1861 has ended. Already ill headquarters per- nually. time.1. Forty 0 yard crawl against I
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deadline Tor returning entry tylo. the community.
By BILL BARNES.wawwwwx..wau blanks for the Ronald L. PetersJr. The meet Is open to any
Memorial swim meet, to swimmer In the 8-16 age group. Jaycees, long hopeful of
This week I had the I be sponsored that afternoon by Admission is free to spectators sponsoring a water lafety pro-
thrilling experience of to cut the Incidence of '
the Homestead South Dade Jayceei. with seating on a first-come ject
operating a jet outboard, which is A test en. first nerved basil. such death)', Instituted memorial ,
Bine. In this modern age of rockets the outboard Blanks can be picked up, fill. Trophies will be awarded to fund for the boy to finance '
motor is ed out and returned to the first and second place winnersIn trophy for the outstanding
taking on some changes of its
own. Homestead municipal pool or each event and ribbons will swimmer of each

Johnson Motors is now experimenting with t the .Harris Field recreation office. go to third place' swimmers. year's meet to, offer groups swimming not ordinarily Instruction .

a jet principle; outboard engine that could pos- ti tir Swlmmirs will hit the war.r Tho meet, annually sponortd reached by Red Cross
sibly brir.r about a revolution In outboards. In at 1 pm. Saturday In the by local Jaycees was teaching programs, and purchase .
the next few first host of the moot, which rnido a memorial to Ronnie equipment for James
years. offers competition to boys Peters Jr. last week, shortly Archer Smith. Hospital in his
Jerry Richmond of Keysway Marine says and girls Mi years old, In after his trgaie death by name.

that South Florida is one of Johnson's 30 test -

centers in the world. The area was chosen be- Impossible Happens At Races:

cause of its many shallow flats, availabilityof ,

marinns and year-round participation in

boating activities. j I Slowest Car In Field Is Victor

I took this experimental engine for a run ,

Tuesday an-! quite enthused with. its I
am pos- The Impossible happened at driving Car 00, started In the solved In crackups and the second semi-feature, trophy
sibilities. If there's enough water to float the the Florida City Speedway Saturday No. 1 pole position but was other four spun out and dash and the 30.lap feature.
boat you can run the engine without worry or night when the slowest soon passed by the other cars, stalltd. Dick Votra, racing Mason took the lead In the
damaging + '' + A car in a field of 10 won the and lapped by some. asslclation flagman, waved feature event and was hard
prop. first semi-feature race the checkered flag at what pressed all the way by Irwin.
The lower unit consists of a housing which 1 John Booher of St. Petersburg, Five of the cars were' In should have boon the 14th Msson's engine blew in the
----- lap .f the IS-lap event and 26th lap splitting his engine
covers the impeller that resembles an ordinary ,.,.ti ,a 'e1IB .
declared Basher the winner. completely in two.A
propeller. Water is taken in through a large Barnett All Stars Jesse Young Brady Mason crack: apparently openedup

opening and forced through a smaller openingby and Gene Lanham piled up in before the engine finally
the first of the two crashes
blew because Irwln'i car was
thb thrust.In .
iir.pelle: providing
SemiFinalsThe after two cars had already spun covered with oil and he had
comparison to the standard prop driven Gain out, leaving five cart In the difficulty seeing while running

nine-and-a-half horsepower engine, this modelis race. close' behind Mason.
faster in both take off and top speed. The Barnett All.Stars bounced play St. Petersburg at 3 George DeWald then went Al Brooks took second In the
little motor will also stand flat back with two wins after drop If they win the gamo out, leaving Kenny Andrews In feature, followed by Jay (Pop)
upright on a ping their first game in the with St. Pete they will play the lead followed by Bill Merlcle Ron Paquin and Gib-
surface when off the boat, thus eliminatingthe Florida state fast-pitch soft- Ponsacola, the only unbeaten Brown who had also spun off bie LeDuce.
need for a motor rack. It has the same ball tournament loam, tonight If Hurrlcano i the track but was able to get There were two car here
gasoline consumption as the standard model. The Stars downed Winter Haven Cloo doesn't Interfere. I back In the race since he didn't from St Petersburg, John
54, Wednesday night asa Don Taylor took the loss for kill his engine. I Bother's 00 and No. 1, drivenby
The shaft of the jet is considerably shorter
contest: that didn't get underway the All-Stan in the opener Jack Colby was running third his father, Norman Boohor.
than the prop model, enabling it to operate in until 1 a.m. (Thursday). Tuesday night when Jackson. with the alower car from St Both looked like good cars,
shallow watei. If an obstruction is encountered i The game ended at S am. because villa scored 7 runs to 2 for the Pete running high on the outside but thoy were not geared up
no damage can occur. The motor simply tilts the atari was delayed by Stars. of the track, keeping out enough to compete on tha
and continues to propel the craft over the haz- two earlier extra-inning game The loss caused the Homestead of trouble. high-spood Florida City track.:
ard. Sand, locks, logs or marl seem to be no John Hood was the winning boys to play the second Bill Brown and Kenny Andrews There were more than M
problem. KEITH SNYDER is shown with Johnson's expert- pitcher for the Stars. game Tuesday night. This time tangled, Colby spun out car on hand for the races, but
mental 9Vi horsepower jet outboard.! Keith may Jim Vickers collected two Bob Hullender allowed two and Booher was the only car some .of them developed dlfflcultivs
Bonetishermer. and back country anglers never experience the need to change a bent prop doubles for the Homestead runs to be scored by Braden- left running on the track. and were unable to compete -
would welcome this engine that could eliminate if this engine prove satisfactory. (Staff Photo). team A. G. Sherman was credo I ton as the Stars pounded out Tho crowd wont wild; they .
broker and bent props. ited with two runs batted in 14 hits for 12 runs. Three of had never soon such a spectacle Warren Paquin, who has been
on a slgle, and a sixth inning the hits were homers, two by boforo.' Boohor lookeda having difficulties with his No.
Of course the jet is still in its experimental hit by Cadillac Jones drove in Dan Wiseman and one by John I little ombarassod at ho took 8, finally gave up In disgust
stage, and tii doubt will be improved upon as Optimist ClubEquipping the tleing and winning runs for Hood.If the checkered flag and circled and offered it for sale cheap.
Johnson! has no, plans to put it on the market the Stars. Jones also picked upa tonight's game is rained : tho track. Paquin had just' Installed I new
until all bug are eliminated. hit earlier In the game. out It will be rescheduled for Stan Irwin wan the big win engine and it'i failure to perform -
The win advanced tho local Friday or Saturday depending ner for the evening taking I was the straw that broke
GilbertV Marina at Jewfish Creek is using TeamAn loam to tho semi-finals, to I on weather condition first In the third heat race, the camel'i back.

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Florida. boys played Sept. game JOE FISHER (Now Owner)
football,team will be rl\ulppedl will follow on Saturday nights PURE U. S. No.1 Bypass, Fla. City
at Sunlland Park through the thereafter. i iI _SPECIAL
For 12.
work of the Kendall Optimist I' Sept. .
Boys between tho of 9- 9S
Club. Jerry Brawn, chairman: \ Geed
16 from Cutler Ridge to South CARS WASHED )1 NA .
of the boy's work committee The Carling Amateur Golf The tournament is open to 1- '
presented a check: for $500 to' Miami can try out for the Tournament will be played at any amateur and th,' entrance : AND POLISHED if Sept
three football teams at Sunl fee la $5. FREE Lub with Oil Change and Filter! ,
William LcMola, president of the Redland Country Club Saturday
lank park. The 95-pound and
the Suniland'Park Boosters Sept. 12. Prospective competitions OPEN 947 Qlfll 24 Hour
115-pound teams are In the should contact Ton Mitchell, 4/-tJlUl
this week, for that purpose 24 Hours Road Service
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Each team has coach and
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t and Sunlland areas. and and third prizes equal to
d il supplied with equipment. $100 and $50.
The football team U already
Funds for these teams areall Ball markers and balls will
In Its second week of practice
obtained by subscription. be presented to other entrants.
with Coach Ed Meikey at Sunl- Sponsorships are still avail-,
.land. park) The first game will abe by caling: Wlllam LaMola,
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Still Violation
On Selling QuailWant
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'F4 i to sell aome quail? The law appeared In 1828.
Florida Game and Fresh Water game and fresh water fish It prohibited firs hunting in the
f Fish Commission says "don't" seized by wildlife officers in "errltory The use or possessionof
fi unless you're a licensed game I connection: with violations of a gun and light at night 1 Ie
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I Thursday, August 17,
Pee Sixteen -- .
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Florida City Budget OK'd

I I SwapSessions

TYLER'S $18 Annual Garbage Fee Reaffirmed, 3.21
The Florida City Commission meters te determine that they that supporting rods for the i
in a familiar J-2 tally, are kept In repair te meter tower were In.urgent need of
voted preliminary approval water ute accurately, was tightening, and that inspectionsof I .
Tuesday night of a $236579 also Incorporated In the fig Unk interior revealed considerable
RESTAURANT municipal budget for 196465. urea. rust along with a StoppedMetre
large wooden plank and I dead sae 1
S. of the water 1 :
With Commissioner R. Repair city tank bird. Deputy Jeff Lanir)
Shiver and Howard Thompson to the tune of $4000 la also .
(loft), checks Impounded boil.ness !
dissenting, the body agreed on provided for in the budget With an*eye en approaching machines which
settingthe John Greene said I hurricane Cloo, the terse wereconfiscated
adopting the budget City Manager Metro
by detectives
t Is OpeningIN tax rat at lOtt mills on that the recent move to reapply mlasleners voted unanimously Sunday afternoon
the Metro roll. water rates to boost revenue te direct Sleg Immediately t* on *.
at the Treplcalr Drlv
I raid
should cover a substantial tighten up the reds, get rid
Voting in favor were Joseph portion of tifls. i .f the bird and the plank, w i f p h F "rl In TheatreTh ,
Accurrio: Sam Torclse and : and Install an overflew pipe ;, y i'' i theatre operators had
commission heard from
Maydr Joseph Tomasal. The i with screen t* Insure that been allowing customers to
Charles H. Sing Jr., water tank I'
ether extraneous Items will
adapted $11 early and trade Items,
A prevleutly come
and tower contractor from De-
tank In the
net Into the
CUTLER RIDGE annual garbage fee was r.afmirm get but swap eeaalon wore developing
land, on the condition of the future. Ceat will be $111. Into
d, 3-2. In earlier budget city water tank. He reported a "thievesmarket"
dlicutilena the commix City Manager Green described In which much
ilon had considered doing a proposed city recreation i.m stolen property was being sold
away with the garbage 'H Ship For Chile program under which, for a or traded t* unsuspecting
SOON and levying I higher tax rate I$5,000 a year, the county school I theatre patrons, police said.
Initead. I board will provide a ,u,. q
Detective LI. Richard Hay.
I Nearly CompleteThe 31"
The budget, which awaits I around' director of recreation ward said approximately
WATCH FOR OUR final adoption by an ordinanceto 'to head up a broad program of 000 worth of stolen tnorchan-
\ foreign navy ship activities for both children and
be prepared by the city attorney disc was picked up by detac.fives
to be In Miami It would Include availability
built adults
before Oct. 1, it roughly who conducted the raid.
I OPENING DATE"OUR $35,000 higher than last I. nearng completion at Dade of the school facilities The theatre operator was
to all In the community, on aday
year a. Drydock this week at its 19 and evening basis. not charged with a violation,
Besides calling for repaymentof member Chilean crew undergoes He turned printed materialon 1, V but Hayward said the opera
99c DINNERS a $20,000 loan to cover a special familiarisation the program over to thecommissioner tlen would not be allowed to
deficit in the current budget, for their individual continue unless licenses were
here the *
training prior to vessel's
CANT BE BEAT"WE'LL it also provides $10000 for a in study.He btelned t* prevent any further
recreation program, $10,000 for September. further reported that he traffic In stolen mer
BE SEEING street repair and an added I will appear before the county chandise.
t $8173 for police salaries which! Constructed under directionof commission Sept. 1 to make a
YOU SOON I will enable hiring of at least' the u.s. Navy, the ship will personal appeal for county re Overheard frequently In the
one more patrolman, plus tal be transferred to the Chilean paving of Roberts Road from South: "For yean Northern.
-- ary increases. Navy during a Sept. 9 cere Lucy Street to Palm Drive. era have been telling us Southerners
Employment ., a water mony. U.S. Navy officer will The mayor and three of the Check the Classified Pages! how to handle racial
Read The Classifieds meter man, whese duties will I I I arpticipate in the transfer of commissioners agreed to accompany problems-now let 'em show
S Include a running check en flags him to the meeting ust"

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Thursday August.jr. 1944 Th* NEWS LEADER Pat Seventeen

I I South Dade Men Build Fertilizer PlantBy

rick said. Chartered Dec 5, 1963, the with many year of experienceIn employing 200 person A*
The also will distribute firm bought four acres of industrially vegetable and grove agriculture president of Redlsnd Grove
A $400,000 fertilizer manufacturing company Dade Maintenance Inc., isle
full line of Insecticides toned land on a In County. operation
and pesticide sales company fungicides I and weed killers Seaboard Railroad tiding oa Carpenter, a board chairman involve all phase of
beaded by agricultural for farm, grove and lawn. April 12, 1964, and two days was a North Carolina farm boy grove work from planting
specialists with many year of later broke ground for its plant who graduated from Universityof through harvesting. An enthusiastic
local experience, and owned en Its third phase of service will building North Carolina During advocate of method to
tirely by South Dade Count be the sale of certified tomato "We aimed to make It so attractive World War II be held a top increase consumption of the
tune, went into production this cucumber, squash and corn that residents wouldbe security clearance with Martin t products of Dade grove and
week in the Redland ia.Iirt aeed from n.tlon.U.recopll' proud to have us nearby;" Aircraft. Along with his local y fields, he also farm for the
The company I ii Atlantic ? "+r ed teed concern. Fredrick aided I farming, packing and shipping winter market
Fertilizer and Chemical C.., Fourth, and frequently moat Contrary to the net-com operations, his financial Interest Alger, a director of Atlantic
located In an (lmprniv i iJOHN important to the grower Is technical mon Idea that fertiliser production I include banking and real Fertilizer, Is a graduate of the
green and yellow plant build service and advice and unpleasant odors estate His record of civic work University of Massachusetts
s ing north of Bauer Drive, On the staff of Atlantic Fer- go hand-ln-hand, Fredrick include membership on the and a well-known potato and
batwccn Ridland Road and tilizer are experts with long said malodorous Ingredient Civilian Advisory Council to corn grower, packer and shipper -
Kromo Avenue. experience fertilizer and pesticide are "11 out ef date as the Homestead Air Force Base and .
Heading the firm are C C. technology, and field bustle. I the Florida Industrial Commission Grower land-clearing opera
Carpenter, chairman of the men available to help solve "Now all our ingredient are Advisory Committee. tor and irrigation well-driller,
board, John Fredrick, president growing problems by recommending powder or crystalline chemical A former resident .of the Terelte Is vice-mayor of Florida
and general manager, J. the best plant food or not at all smelly, even during Homestead High School Future City in addition t* his Atlantic
H. Corneliui, vice president; pesticide in any given situation manufacture," he explained: I Farmers of America chapter, directorship.
Herman Lucerne, secretary- Housed in a three-story 100 Fredrick Is a graduate of University Dunagan, another director,
treasurer, and Mason W Al- Primary facet of the In foot x 140 foot building featuring -: of Florida' College of soon to open a Homestead motel
ger, Sam TorcUe and Wayne FREDERICK destroy la to serve the vast C. C. CARPENTER a six-story elevator for efficient Agriculture, majoring in entomology HERMAN LUCERNE 1 fa a longtime grower
Dunagan, directors. President and Manager farm of South Dade, with Board Chairman handling of raw materials His experience include Secretary-Treasurer packer and chipper of limes,
Atlantic Fertilizer will manufacture groves providing e secondary the CBS structure and' work with Dade Count,'* avocados and mango
its own formulae of pounding *f "prose rlptltons" groupof customers.The the business. I steel and transite superstructure anti.mosquito program, stints I Vice-president of Atlantic, Plant superintendent Pokome
plant foods, formulated by experienced to nourish a particular sptc- firm will also supply Plant superintendent 1* John were built by Unto with the U.S.D.A. Bureau of Cornelius, operates a large baa had many year of experience
personnel and tailor Itt of plant or tree In e particular dealers and will assist golf Pokomo and fertilizer technologist N. Conner of Homestead Entomology and the Florida 'growing, packing and shipping in Dade County farmingand
.made for conditions peculiarto typo of soil that "you courses in maintaining top is Leon Padgett : Prime equipment contractor State Plant Board and It years organization and Is president of in technical agriculture.
this areaS might say we're In the plant grounds with consultation and Capacity of the plant I I. 40 was A G. Clements Co. ol with FEC Fertilizer. He hIS Southmost Vegetable Cooperative Padgett a fertilizer technologist
mittlculoua Is the com pharmacy Dullness," Frtdtr- recommendation a mainstay of tons of bagged fertilizer orS Moultrie, Ga., which installe served as president of Dade His extensive business interests with 21 years experiencein
tons ef bulk fertilizer per its automatic b.tcb.welab system County Farm Bureau for the in Dade County Include diagnosing agricultural problems -
hour, and an annual capacity of cluster hopper and sell past five year, and was for directorship of the Bank of and prescribing solutions
Serving In Western Turkey of :30,000 tens. propelled conveyor belt system merly a member of the Central Florida at Homestead and the was formerly manager of Shore
Atlantic Fertilizer was established that make possible Atlantic' and Southern Florida Flood Dade County Farm Bureau. He Fertilizer Co.
as a new manufacturing boast that its product is untouched Control District In 1955 ha wa volunteered time for kuch civic Billy Perkins, native el
business in a new building by human hands from elected to Gamma Sigma Delta, projects as flood control and Homestead and a graduate ef
200 Airmen Experience "sort of by accident," Fred raw materials to the bagged the honor society of agriculture, plant variety improvement Homestead High School, elseIs
rick said. fertilizer. I for outstanding service to Florda associated with Atlantic.
"We started out as a two- Equally Impressive ere Its agriculture. H* 1 II presidentand Lucerne, secretary treasurerof Operating on a year.round
man team, intending to buy a Worthington mixer, In which general manager of the new the new company, grows, production schedule, the new
Crucial 3-Month PeriodNearly little old plant along U.s. 1 controlled amounts of the firm. packs and ship tropical fruits, company will employ 25 people
and convert it to fertilizer "prescription" fertilizer are
I manufacture, but we ran into carefully blended, and its 10-
zoning obstacles, got tired of, ton'capacity bagging hopper, Islandia Dade
200 officers and enlisted tational fighter aquadron adds ftnreU, I Is cmposd of 21 the delay and problems, and made to order end "the larg- Officials
specialists from the 31st to its own flying and flight support pilots, three maintenance of- I ended up deciding to form a eat we know of." ,
Tactical Fighter Wing at Home experience.The leers end 12* enlisted men bigger company and build It Officers and directors of the
stead Air Force Base, are experiencing pilots and their ground who replaced a like numberof ourselves," he explained. corporation are successful menp'
three of the most crews learn at first hand the men from the returning Engineer To Meet Friday
important and crucial months difficulties of flying In an area 306th Squadron.In ]
In their Air Force careers. where Iron Curtain "buffe replacing the outgoing w }
These are the fighter pilots tones" menace at two tide, 306th Squadron, the incoming H'r ,
A meeting; of officials from Black Point and a roadway waterway community with e
and ground support personnelof where navigational aids are 309th stressed continuity of action I
Tactical Air Command few, where vigilance and security and operation so that not Dade and Monroe Counties and through North Key Large. lot less t* go en, Breaks said,

(TAC) now at Clgli (pronounced are paramount, and even a 30-second gap openedIn 'Islandia with an engineer from The estimated cost of the but the people there were
Chee-lee) Air Base in western and where combat readiness is the continual alert posture of he firm of Wilbur Smith andAssociates project has been said to be ap- eggresslve end took advantage
to discus the Is-
Turkey where, every three an around-the-clock standard the TAC ROTE system 9 I andia development project ha proximately $14.S million. Mon ef the Intracoastal Waterway.
month a different squadron order of procedure. Each of the three Jet transports roe County commissioner Mid I
from Homestead' 31st Wing The basic Ingredient of the that delivered a third of been set for noon tomorrowat they would like to have the I Homestead bar Blaeavne Bay
Cheeca in Isla-
the Lodge
has provided combat-ready tac- rotational fighter squadron the incoming squadron returned I morada Key Largo part of the project lying to the east, which wouldbe
tical airpower on the eastern (commonly referred to as an equivalent third of the Included in the bond Issue, thus far better from a development .
flank of the NATO defenses TAG ROTE) are the 18 F100 outgoing squadron to Home- lalandla Mayor Luther Brooks increasing it by $3.S million. standpoint, he said.
Over 1,800 milt from home, "Super Sabre" |I.t fighter stead. said State Road Board Member Brooks said he would like to If official fa-
yet a scant hour end a half originally flown to Clgll when The last assignment in Tur- John Monahan had talked to have the support of Homestead I county report tomorrow get a they
by |let flight from the Soviet the Homestead wing began Its key for the outgoing squadron the engineering firm and had official since the Island! development vorable authorize full engineering
these rotating In Turkey. briefing the newcomer on Ieid assured that of their may
homeland, duty was been one would be to the studies to lay the ground work
squadrons are poked to augment Every three months a new matters r.nInfrom local flyng top engineers! familiar with benefit of all South Dade. It for the Island developmentfor
the NATO air defenseof group of pilot and support conditions to the rate of this area, would attend the will be just a matter of time the engineering 'atudles:
the eiitorn Mediterranean peraonnel from one of the currency exchange In nearby meeting. before there 1 Is a causeway The counties would have to pay
and to strike with supersonic squadron of the 31st Wing replaces Izmir. A practice alert exert Following the meeting, officials across the Arienlcker Key to but the state would underwritethe
quickness at Communist aggression a brother squadron I In, cise was conducted in which of the two counties the Homestead area once the bond issue for the actual
In that area. the Flying and maintaining of the new squadron was guided hope to make a decision en MandJi development get development.Many .
Homestead' list Wing 1* one the tactical fighter through the procedure of arm. I Ii Ir conducting I traffic and under way, he laid.
of four fighter units TAC com I Each squadron deploy with ng and launching air mission earnings study of Cov. Farrla Brooks said the area between .
mite on three-month rotational Its own supporting elements from Clgll Bryinri proposed development Homoitted and the bay people are beginning
duty at key bate throughout including maintenance, The new pilots were Immediately ef roads end parka en has one of the best development to worry more about violence
Europe and the middle East to medical, munitions and administrative given, their assignments i Islandle with a causeway potential In the state. in the street than in the
bolster NATO airpower. personnel on the closely-guard acres Biscayne Bay from Ft. Lauderdale built up I movie and televIsion
Besides addjng muscle to the The squadron, commandedby ed alert pad where en unmentionable
NATO deterrent force, the ro- Lt. Col. Tom L. DtGraf- number of F-lOo* i
ere parked end ready for
I quick takeoff with an unmentionable a 1f f:
I number and type ef

tactical weapons. al "q stir
Away from the alert pad, ,
squadron operations proceed asas
home. In weather conditions
and terrain similar to that of
southern California or Florida,
the ground crews ready the
planes for their flights and ii x x x x x x x
r make the necessary repairs or
t, c ,,Y + Inspection A 100. per cent in- FOUR F'100 Super Sabres fly over a Modem mosque
commission rate all IS planes 'in Turkey.First .
in top flying shape-Is a necessity .

In Turkey a* In Florida, Methodist '
the pilots ef the 30 th Tactical
Fighter Squadron must ; X.X x X" x xw

log so many flying hours In

L. I each fighter ef these operations.At phases ef. tactical I Kindergarten Set i 1

I gunnery range in the In
tenor waite of Turkey and Kindergarten and nursery for the kindergarten and 3-and
North Africa, the squadron pi classes will open Monday at year-old for the nursery
lots, each of whom average First Methodist Church, Homestead school.
over 1000 flying hours in the Classes will be from 1:30: The morning day nursery session -
F.100, will practice the deliveryof to 11:30: a.m. daily, Monday i Is for children under 5, ..
i their sophisticated air super- through Friday.A and the afternoon session for '
lority and close air support day nursery, affiliated with children up to 9
capons on simulated ground the nursery school, will openon Further information Is available .
and towed air targets the came date, with hours by calling the church of.
Meeting with SAC' KC-13J from 8:30 a.m. to S p.m. week fice, CI 72537, and Mrs. Ruth
jet aerial tankers, the F.100 pi d'YI. Harris, CI 7.T4U, director of the \I'
low wUl practice the delicate A program of manual and nursery school and day nursery J\ tol .
procedure of taking on fuel grapic art and music will be may also be contacted. : f1 r: .
thousands of feet above the presented in both schools. The First Methodist has the old- ."'1 "
Turkish mountains and plain at kindergarten also presents the eat existing kindergarten in
speeds close to BOO miles an preschool readiness program Homestead, having started It
lyN hour In both daylight and twilight Enrollment i fa limited. 15 years ago under the direction
flights Five-year-old* are eligible of Mrs C. 0 Robertson.' f
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A VISITOR to South Dad Missile site this past
Gen James Tiptofi, eommoiidinej
week was MaJ.
general of the 32..d Region of the North America 29120 Federal.Hwy.Homestead241.1309 .
Here stand in front of aNiktHereulci Brunick .Chrysler-Plymouth Inc.
Air Defense missile ot one of the sites. (Staff See Our Big Values Effort You Buy ,
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U.F. Foundation Legal Notice Legal Notice 2 Card *f Thanks 12 Female' Help. Wanted 13 Mole' Help Wanted 18-A KlndergortensPERRINI 21 Special. S''eel-'

pon HOLi5hruba, f'ii Pi:
THI recent bereavement which TWO Birmildl, Driftwood, SHORT order cook, good salary Kindergarten spot)- clothes lines & drains. Orin
AdministrativeHead LEGAL KOTICt NOTICE UNDI FICTITIOUs has visited our homo hal A Restaurant. SSI N. Fli"- permanent posi 'lIn. Perrin sored by Perrlne Woman'sClub Smith, 20fl NE 1st Rd., CI 7!

IN THE COUNTY JUDCVS totJIItIN kortci NAME la MERIP LAW r brriN brought predation to UI a greater ep.: leO Ave. Apply In person be. Employment Agency 482 in Operation 18 years. OlIn
AND fOR DADE COUNTY., that ta. aBd......... Wringanta to of our' friends tweed 11 a.m. & 0 p.m. No Purina! Ave. Shopping Cen-. Teachers T years experience
Appointed rLORIDA. IN PROBATE I* builD.u ..<.. U. fie.till. Such kindnesses and nelg phone cslls.WAITRESS ter. CE 82341. Excellent: program for 4 S SEWING wanted. CharloitTn:
ti% RRl: ElUto of No. IlulI.A ... ._. .f Llnwla MadleaBulldin bony thoughtfulness cln year olds. Small enrollment, Goff 26 NW 13th Street.

lUeharo! A. Westherler, South SAMUEL BYMAN I/toHuod COHEN M 141 FlorIda Llnooln Inta4a Road Mall never be forgotten. must be expert. STOCK boy-trainee. No expert'nice fenced yard CE 8-2508. Call CI 7758.
Miami Baach ( ) 5. The I
Bend tad. hit beta named NOTICE TO CREDITORS raUur nil Isa. With lbs Clark. __ Hirtley Famll., need with local nference necessary, must be nea SEWING MACHIN.
To All CredItors w4 All Pauses ., .. shifts Full time Apply Eagle Army rePli :
of th. Court Daaa Cmtr. All available Apply
administrative Mecuthre or U..h>. ClaIms w DoMMda Aimln Florida. 4 Coin CollectorsA Cutler Ridge Lanes Be.tall'r.nL Navy Store, 10851 Carl 19 Muslf-Danclng-Drome' I Free checkups or all maket
United Fund'f United .Health I ..Tn'CwMkorobr ot sod tilt.! >. fiafalapaMfil Car*. been Blvd., Cutter Ridge. 85-yrs. experience, l-yr. free
foundation of Dade County. r rnfat ro.OnfaW a Florida OarracatlnBoU service on all repair C.
to |ltO 0. MI Mldwudi Ovaar COMPLETE service for cola GUITAR Piano and Accordion J>
(formerly Medical Research vklib VM mif H.. omlluttho .. I. David. Llihi.ilAU collectors investment iota WAITRESS, experienced arm 14 Molt' & Female Piano Dalller, CI 7-1829.
and Health Services Found. MUto of SAMUtb HTM* .r r for service, over il good hours. Wanted ::rclr.itlier.
CORBN. MMOta bto .. Dodo, Florida: singles, rolls, proof seta, geld Wri. Cox Dtrbjr's Help TREES trimmed.toppedrS
tion.) ('pest?. FlorIda, to the Cl.ntOf ,I II.d. A... s, il. is, an Stpu I, lied Ii supplies Homestead Coin Sea i. Beat- moved. Iteas reliable, expir
.... D.d. Cooitr, sod Oil Exchange 1338 N. Krom turant, 211II20 federal Uwy PIANO lessons Cutler Ridge BynamlUn<. CI T-4021 '
Weatherley's appointment was lb. ..o Mi daellmto on4 01 Si'1 TeL 248-M12. Oven lUl'f'pt it YEAR old combination life Qualified and experienced.
._: I* lootloo SailS, Florid 'M THB COUWTT jurors COURT to S WANTED, women to tie* company seeks J applicantsImmediately. tin. JsnkowskL CE 84323.
announced by Dr. Julius Alexander Rtolotoo U tkilr offlroo I* tnt AND FOE DAD COUNTY Sunday trailer oa Sales lot Call CJ Complete training 22 lnsurance'INSURANCE
foundation preildent Craotr 0' rtko.M U Dodo Co* FLORIDA 111 r ROB ATE
7-0818 Homestead. lessons.
:; 7 Ages 2140, to- PIANO ORGAN Guitar
I,. Plorldo. wltkln ll> oolondnonthi Mo.' .S41SI Lost it Found program. -
old administrative from tho tl.* of the fInal t. Hit Kitata: af male; 21-80, male.I Salary and I. House of Melody' Cadeland Problems
The YOUNG lady to be
28-yeir pnkllntlo tioroot M to. **.. v... Marina. 6Trmale brown chOiu atsiiUnminiger commission. Car necessar Shopping Center. Miami all kinds of For
dlree ..... .. la email restsurinPerrlne insurance
executive formerly wu will oo koirod.Dttod D SW Miami and KomesteaiTli : MO pregrams -
.. bus, name Cocoa, no tai annuities *
... ,
Services of ot Miami PI. IbIs NOTICE TO CREDITORS Employment Agency health In.
tor of Community Silk ttt "I A.ruit. A D. ISS4. Te All CnJItort and AU P....... Strayed near Homestead Ga... 482 Perrlne Ave. Shoppln; I 4-253: PIANO lessons classical 1, surance call Joe Stingont
St Joseph County Inc. EDWARD I. BRANAM 56.l,, Claim' or Dtmaaai Aialn dens. CI 7-0781 or CI 7-501 Center. CE 82341. CI 7-4909. Prudential Agent
Ai Ad.lnl...._ Said I..... Rewnrd. 15 Work Wont.d..m.', popular music piano avill-
Alexander acid that Weather- Pint ubllrotloii of tklo iiotlooii Y.. ... haraar ..'If'. ..< rs I able for practice. CE: 8-0204. PRUDENTIAL Insurance LUe"
of lbs I ilk d.r of Anmt IIS4. uln4 to ..ra..B| any elaIne sad 12 13 Molt' Help. Wanted :
Icy will fulde tie operation TLVEITKR P. ADAIR demand walca tog war bar. female' Help' Wanted CHILDCARI hour, Education, family, retirement
United fund's newest health .ttonwr for BiUtoIS ..almt ,It. aatat of Vra Hard I IAN day or et'J.e.: e.u Cl 21 Special' Services. and .estate consultant. Call
Woiklmloii Amu on.. ._.... Itt, al Didi CoontyFlorida CARRIER Jlo Immediate Joe Kavanaurt
Iencfllich wu Incorporate H_..'..., Plm August, 1963. A... 1$. SS, IT) Sf>.. S. 1144_._ Dodo Caaatr, ond Mo the aaa. In mature women wit. openings for_carrier: boyS. iin : -- -- ADDING' MACHINES -
.. are... csu urcuiauo cart Ilk 25 Home Builders
uallcata sad pro M d In CM car. 688-Gil9or CE 8-3311. I Typewriters, new used rebuilt .
The foundation was formed Ion '''.11. florid Bill'...., In Dept., CI 72321. they were my own. Fenced 10\4.\ rented. & Repairmen
bolr trim In lbs CountCourt .rdsnd nice CJ
ai I central coordinating agency ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF bsa.< 10 Dido Count,. FlorMoIt BEAUTICIAN with following. COMPLITI ealar bar ateak play room. Authorized Remington Sales
to brine seven United Fund< fLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE: .. bin six cilmfar nontko frorobo Apply Verna'e Beauty Salon, and seafood 11 to2 7-4373. service supplies. & Dade Office AAA construction or addition 8:
am. :
COUNTY. tlBO of tKo lint Homestead CI 7 2311. Call Wall Kelntead
pobllootlonoroot. / :
health and medics Machines 1224 a 7.
supported IK CRAMCEBT NO. 140 SOI, or the umo will .bo korndDatod p.m., 0 pjn. till midnight EXPERIENCED want 4 : 3808
research agencies under one Jttiln Crawford kt Honoitotd. florM' tbl4th .. BEAUTY operator wantedfTl the new Redland Tavern, or B days. CE: 8-6504! after Ave. CI 7-8422. lie-
Jurisdiction. RADWICR- V. DIENER, dir of Aitvit A. D. IIS4 time. Alice'a Beauty Salon. e 29600 South Federal High' 1 p.m. pair all makes CHARLES: Button, painting
Pial.tiff. Ruaa.llMmsr E. Mowrr St
Compblnt.. for DlvonoBAr7 A. Adoilrlitntor or Ai Xioentorrirrt : way XPERIENCED Ironing, pickup EDGING $1 first time SOC work guaranteed, free eitt:
; nbllntioa of tkli Mtkom BEELINI Fashions," home DISHWASHER with restaurant U deliver. CE 84002-CI 7. thereafter. Also lawn service mates. CI 14220.
:NIT CIENER. tho loth di of -
Aoioft. llll
Noiice B'A'RIIAR'A MarvIn InbIldAttomnop style shows, can start you Inl1nel"ICJ experience, steady Job with 8548. _reasonable. Call CE!: 8-1849. FRANK Delk Painting
Legal rot JANET DIENEEII for E. polor a own. Of licenser
advancements See Mr. Cox
N. Wlloiloito. Stroot II NW RIb BU 8011.... Flo e : :: : coordinated : RONINO, day service in my ELECTROLUX sales service and insured. WorUanshin
lUl.llk. North CarolIna oblUhol. A... IS, ITs ...... S, 10. exclusive line of Darb, Restaurant 29929 8. home. l 8-4599. F. E. Shaw. 61) NW 8Ua Ct.. guaranteed CI 7-2257.
You era roiolrod to serve a oopt 1PS4 sportswear. Federal Hwy. 1 HomesUad. a 7-5972.
uf roar Amwor m tliodlni M thotlBtlffi No Investment, no experience chid
W THE COUNTY JUDCBt COURT for Dlvnrro on necessary. RESPONSIBLE baby 1 Classified Display; 4-
< DRIVER salesman, sales LAWNS fertilized
some edged
IN. AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Ih. Plolatirri At_.,.. IRVING nly. CE 32858 CE iRA care in a fully equipped
FLORIDA IN PROBATE RSEOB: "01 N. Eram'ad or background preferred. Excellent home. CE 5-4459 mowed machine swept
la ME i E.lato of N. llltlBVIHCKNT Florid., set fill thtlilnol PHONE YOURCLASSIFIED position with local firm.I hedges trimmed, trees topped
B. WOOBWARDonQE Amwor or ...loidln( In tko COLORED Need jobs Maids, Perrlne Employment Agency WILL care for children my It removed, sprinkler I systems TABER
11..0<1. om. of. tk.* Clork of the Clrtuli live-ins,eldar: work Perrlne ate 482 Perrlne Ave. CE &2341: home fenced yard 1729 NW repaired. Sand, top soil t
TO : O..rt o Wforo tko SI dip ofkp1. AD Come work.
'1'. All Cndltor and All P."..' 1114 or tbo Complaint. will .ki Employment Agency 482 EXPERIENCED sheet metal S St Homestead a 7-9388. gravel hauled and IpreldMIMEOGRAPHING i: ProfessIonal Real 1
Hirloi Clalau. or Daaioidi A..IDeIloll. tab oflass nofomsd by psi. _It desired. CE 5-7328. \fI
Eitatoi DONS and Ordered Ii MiamI. Dade Porcine Ave. Shopping Ceil'ter. helper or one who it Willing WILL babysit days or evenings, Estate BrokerLottHometAcreigt
To* eve korok ..tltl.. Ml ro.inbod 0..1t,. "......, thto. IS. day of HOMESTEAD CI 7-2321 CE 5-2341. to learn the trade, ages 1923. _?JiTMripicwil. CE &.2- -'i6. Guaranteedtop

.. promt. any mi oalail haTiorolnit andd.aaida Augist. III..!.tMthonmaClork FERRINECEU393lints llledJdA..h: quality moorkrelfoa f: 100 Palm Drive-Florida City
tho which utat you of VINCENT? B B. of tho Clnolt Court INNER and entertainment Metal, Pl CI 16 Werk Wonted-Molt' service It : -
._.... nightly at the new Redland 7-J580. rates. Roy Haynes CI 7-3994.
lalo ol .,
WOODWARD By 11: H. I.xoe 3 1 _
. 1.10 .
Dado Coiatr, Porlda to tko Cointr Deputy Clerk day Tavern, 29600 South Federal ,EXPERIENCED Installment col
: JBOIM of Dado Contr, and fill ubllitud Alt, II. ST| Sipt I. 10. J linn 2 day . .1.20J Highway, Nlta and Ralph, EXPERIENCED wheel alignment lector wants accounts Flagier NEED a maid? Cleaning:: iron $100 DOWN
same h Suplloato and ai pro.Id.d SI4. Ibis 4 d.YI 2.15 your hosts. and break man. Age St. Miami south, full or part lag, babysitting, full time, 3
la Soetloa 155.15, Florida It I bedroom 1 bath
2940. Good and bonusHomestead time. commission time, live-in, live-out No $72.83
salary Salary or part
.,... .trI... la tl 3 Month
Stat h tholr lines
4.30 GAL local
. Friday Top Salary, month 3
Couatr Courtkamo la Dado Com. NOTICE l area Contact Cl7J733. CI 72308. fees to you. Carefully scnen-! per bedroom 1
t,.. FlorIda alIbI ib oalondarontkl Notleo II tiorobr fl'.. that lb.City Ont Doy-$1.00 Minimum area. Ferrine EmploymentAgency ed with references. Perrlne bath $89.78 per month.
from lbs ,sos ., lbs flratpublication CooimlMlo will lot II a Boordtqallliltlon 482 Perrlne Ave .- M A N presently employedwishes Employment Agency 482
...,.,. W tk* lam will of M A... IS 10. SI ((2 U....) Shopping Center.: CE 8-2341 INSURANCE debit, well established change. Experienced Perrlne Ave. Shopping Cen $450
.hi "....1.. ot till m I I. City Hill with
lI.ttd aS MiamI. Florida till I4tk .. of koirlnc oompliInU. Mdroquoito CASH BATES APPLY CURING IMMEDIATE sub-standard. Splendid' hardware purchasing ter. CE 234L- I Bedroom 1 bath
dir .f A...... A.D. 1114.Bloaok for odjuitnonti on Alioii.into DISCOUNT PERIOD Mrl'l'eeral as. opportunity for right man. perpetual eint'lrm control Florida
V. Woodward a/k/a .. 01 fl.od II SIts 114 Tax Roll. late as October 1. Above average earning to and room, screened: porch turner
Mr i. Androw E. WoodwardAS JOHN .. GREENE.......:, Cards of Thanks and Savings to staff new of. start This II aa ad worth above high wage. South Dade Classified Display lot 83d35. Only $430.

pobllootloi EiocolrliPlnl of thIs nolle Mtk CIty CUT Tax of Florida" Cltr, TU.ul. Memory Tenes-M.00-10 Lines Ice[ downtown. Openings looking into. Call NK 4-6818. resident Write_ EIW_ c/o down and 18.1.nn-- r-n..'. .mnn....""..
ntk dr of Mush ..... A II. II. 17. 11C4YALLA1IAIOIR also la present offices, including News Leader P. O. Box 3JS,' I I F.ILA. terms:
onnt four word linodfortlilnf South Dade MAN work on poultry firm. Fla.
II.. r. A.'" moran *** ; mrl O\O\ Homestead
:7 f'" I".t. I* a Bmlloii whloh motprotoolod : Homestead $60 week *I 8. W. 248th fit. CI 7-: $100. DOWN
411 Wooklartoa Ar*. FlORIDA ba ......, mIne. ,,. w. rorr -1 7420. $750 DOWN
RomMload. FloridaAOI. NOTICE .. lbs rlibt. to ..It, olawlf, .... mum and upward dependingon I HOME BARGAIN S
iii ..... I. ie, 1?. iii4.IN NOTICI lo korokr. .1.l... tkot lbs den. rootrlot akkrorlatlon w ,.. experience. Teller-valnees 8-A Kindegorteni' bedroom 2 bath In Home-
a bedroom 1
nilo.. of tko Illtonul lmpro ont Joot air W an l4rortlilm not aolotoat > age 21-32 interviewers new bath with built- atead. Extra large front
... Pant of tho Suu of 1'1...... with lbs. oolloloi. ., IbId ,.. accounts age 2338, clerk !:8-3473. Drapery Installation. in range It oven, refrigerator porch and Side
I. noitlni. la tko Boird Boom of pa,. I. LITTLE friends Kindergarten, porch stove,
THE COUNTY JUDOfS COURT ho Oonrnor'l 0.'..*. Capital Batld- typists ago 19-25. Must en* RECEPTIONIST, Interviewers, Cutler Ridge Baptist Church and washing machine refrigerator aeparatt din.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. In'. lektdaloil for loll A. .M, w. will asS .ko rnpomolklo for man Joy meeting the public some dance! teachers Experience! accepting reservation Completely renovated inside Ing room. No
.. .. now qualifying-
FLORIDA IN PROBATE (ES.T: .) o,' lib. this ese kMomot tua'tiseaDEADLINES type of office experience,
ta RKi: Eitoto of Ho.' 54111.CLLFN will oomkirr oppUiollol ...1.. kfonhon neat nice per I preferred but not necessary for the fall sessions trained : k out. Low monthly pay E. J. MARTER CI 7-7221
Danadr appearance Full or time We will fenced playGround
HUSKY Johnlton of part workers, masts Close to schools and
Doooaiod = ..her.. Colo, 1505 Pint! Suaday Idl1I .... Frltsp aonallty. Apply personnel train the right persons Up music classes, refreshments shopping- Hurry Ie call. THE KEYES CO
4th :
NOTICE TO CKCDITORtTo NaIL Bank Bldl MIamI Florida. flea 100 NB) let Ave.,
Thsroday Ulloa-I. .... W', to $150 weekly for qualified trIfle-
All CreditorS sad All PorioaiHa S shOalS of Joinih Arin. ot ... floor S m.-4 p.m. For evening daily BUS JOE HOFFMAN CI 7-7221 Realtors i
..lai ClaIms M Doaiiads AialaitSal for pnrehiM of lbs followlni doorlhod Information people. Apply Savoy Continental portatlon provided. For In- CI 7-73(9 J20 N. Krome Ave. H'atead I
Bitti laud l-wlti Interviews or Dance Club/IUot N. formation call CE S-07M. eve Ii
Toowo*. korob* Botlfli Ml ri- FIle No. ", -".".. phone 171.2553. Federal Hwy. after 1 p.m. THE KEYES CO I- i
proioai ilalaii of had UBlmrno -
oak?*! to up adtxsfs& A tanol nkmoiitd 1
eTinSa bans. :: Bay IB BMtlon :. Announcements JOHNSON girls needed day ROYAL Castle. Steady work CLASSIFIED WILL KENT Realtors
doooaiol IsIS* of Dado! Cwntr IIUI.r.Y Tilt Towuklp: CUT SI of South IllMdl Rings. Dad and evening shifts. Apply with an opportunity for advancement. THAT HOUSI POft YOU I 220_ N. Emma H'stead KATHLEENNEWTON
Florida to lbs Coontr Jodiol .e I Conntp, Plorld. Irlni ....tnl,. ACIAL, free. Phone jour local 0-11:30: a.30-8.00.; Howard, Benefits include!
Dado CoBitr.. ail fllo tko oaao IB ot and akuttlm ... South III.SI Luzler Consultant Ruby Johnson, Homestead. I sharing company Classified Dltploy I
dopUoato and ..> prorMo4 la ._ fool of Gororanoat Lot S of Plmentai, CI 74934 loogtllnf' and hospitaliselion -*
'' la aid SatUrn .. sustaInIng ll.Sd'wlll I
tIns .1' FlorIda ItalilM LADY for parMine opportunity
.. h tko Cooitr Courthono ._ I.... Insurance paid vacation
theIr .111.
to Dida OMBty, Florida. with oooildor okjoctloni tnirltobtoetlon l I. THI LAST four numbers of In an exciting fashion and meals. Advance with a WANTED Mamie P. Smith Realtor
la eta oaliadar nontlii froai lbs $ to tbs proooiod lalo ..6laid your telephone number U the No investment good pay fl.ld'i growing company. Applymanager
tin of th. fIreS PnbllMMoa bmw laid ikoald bo submItted to thBulldlnf <. same aa one of our lucky bonus. CI 74163.PERSONNEL your nearest Royal RESIDENTIAL LOTS Reg. Reel' Estate Broker Bli Box, 103. Homestead
.., Cbl.t loilasor, Inst... .0 Oh.5,0.rual ,
el the MWJO will o barred numbers call CI 7-2321 tot COUNTRY RIchard Rd. at
Dated a* MtaaiL PlorMa. SkIs. S4tn Depmsvsnosb. .F.nd. Elliot your free movie ticketa counselor trainee Castle Store. CITY Kings Hwy.

lay-.'-Aotait BylTHtor A P.;.D.AdaIr 1114. ta taa ,data T.U.h.first_abor Farlaa* .>ntlim4,. prior. the Palms Theatre or If you Ilk, to meet the pub-I -- CASH "Your Wife Couldn't Ask: CI 7-3966 CE 8-6721

A. Eioootor Th. Traatna ........ tho right. indtollna Drive-In lie this is I good opportunitywith EVERYONE READ TEDDIE SCHERER For More"
Pint publloatloo of till nolle.a to .... ..I. of soy or all way Theatre. growing employment CLASSIFIED PAOESI
lbs ITtk air ol Aunt 1114 of ..ld land. Thl .. .. If and whaomada Perrlne Employment REALTOR ON THIS S ACRE Avocado
BrlvoiUr. P. AdalrAttoraoj hall ba onjaet_te. lbs.. Tna.U 1-A Personals agency. 482 Perrlne Cl 74121 CE 1492) Three bedroom. Two Bath trove there la a small house
for Eotat .. reservIng unto ," .1. ts% Agency, a-a11t Classified Display .
411 Waihliitoa of lbs pbMpbaiW, mla.rala and .... Shopping Center. CE I CBS, Lot Florida Room a smaller houw, and income
Florid all and 10% of lbs PItre..... tbara- ELDERLY lady wants to share Built-in Kitchen Dishwasher : Ii o build a bigger house whenthe
A... II ..... I. I*. 1?. "1'''. .. or thamad Fanaaan .. raaalrad .- furnished 3 bedroom home ECIPTIONleT, interviewers 2 bedroom home. Pool it pat- Disposal, Sprinkler smaller
to air far or > $250 DOWN System family becomesa
aiaaatar too Itanai fee"It.'i, In Pleasure Village ED 6M39 dance teachers Experience lo, fenced yard. Purchaser Beautifully Lands caped bigger! family .
preferred but not necessary a tir-
itram.iit f .
i> (aartrania.BT
LEGAL NOTICE ORDER af tb* Traitoas ol tka Full or part time. We will Bays this 1-bedroora Leisure can move In with low down Yard Neat School $22 rifle buy, but for detalli

.."STOBE rOB LEASE" tntoraal ImantTamanl h. af .... I' DRINKING A problem with train the right persons. Up City home On large shady 1 payment Located at 99(5 .50.00. call me.COLD .
of lbs ,
1' rinrlda.
CIty of HonilBl Homoitoad AuthorIty lo .....h'. la.hln PAUlA MTAXTOoraraor you? 400,000 happy ex-prob- to $150 weekly for qualified lot near shopping and lake I SW S14th St.
| .. .. kIds ta OOTOT natal Lelll drinkers (many of them people. Apply Savoy Continental FHA FEET oa chilly
1_. of Conmlaiary looatol atBoutk A tto.t, tneis and professionalmen Dane Club, 1124 N. includes tome furnishings I See us on your Baal Estate $300.00 down take this Three mornings
Dado Farm Labor Caiap.Homoitoad. W. R. XIDD. Florida for a period L L Fund problems Competent, qualified Bedroom One Bath Home la I bless solved with this Ill.BOO
ot two (I) puns, kwlnnlar Oltokor ,.... A... I. IS, II. 5?. ..... aoberiety In Alcoholics An Dickinson; Realty I personnel. Naranja Park Corner : $350 ,
I. 1IS4 throuik. Boptomoor. IIIMS. onymous. They understand SECRETARY, Insurance background Large down I bedroom horns
BIds must b. IB tko Of Mot and can help you. No fees preferred. PerrlneEmployment SI NW 14th St CI 7-55)4 Lot. with wall to wall carpeting
of tko Anthorltr not lator lbs.Ills SHOP'THESE or dues. Phone: HomesteadED Agency, 482 Per VELMA S. GRAY All conveniently! located to

O'Cloik 0. I.Noon.... Tho ea HonlniAothorltr MondorBtptombor 65633 Miami FB 4-0138. rlne Ave. Shopping Center. I REALTOR One Half Acre Homtsltts I schools, shopping and baby

noisy,.. d.. rIskS to ro- CE 8-2341. 257 N. Krome Are. $2,750.00 Term. altters. A beautiful climbing
Jest any or all bid.
PHONI Circle 7.2321
Loonard O. Bromlar, (.. BARGAINS 10 YEAR MORATORIUM CI 7-0857 Miami CB 8-OSBO tree in back yard another
PHONE Circle T-2J21:
E..tI. Dlm.ste Five Acres High High Pint- added
A... II. 10. 17. I.... ._i THEY BItING RESULTS! .5 5 THEY BRING ReSULTSI! I On principal 20 year terms I; I land Close In, 1500.00 par attraction

.. with 6% interest. 10 acres THREE BEAUTIESFree acre. COUNTRY CORNER Ideally
1 pine trees, llttft; down. I located for a country
1I I We welcome your listings
VINCE CHILLA 233-6011 rent! 'Yet, this Ideal Call Us Today store, snack shop, restaurant

home completely furnished CI 7-I5SH cm 14146 There are 8-acret In
THE KEYES CO lisa 2 bedrooms, hog Fla. the parcel with 150x120 fwt
Realtors 140 N.W. 1st Avenue of the comer coned business.
room pins the "cutest" 1
Paper Boy Wanted : 220 N. Krome H'sUalCALL bedroom apartment. Ideal location : I22.JOO, S9%.down.

many extra features. I-


Corner lot beautifully landscaped .
with the nicest I Best Buy ta Hoeae.tead area. a bedroom, 1 bath, Insulated

I.e. I I I bedroom home in like new CBS home Central test, bufltln range and oven, dlshwssntr.

condition. Very roomy end disposal, new wall to wall carpet, drapes, air-con
In Your FUCHSRet. priced below market. No ditioned
Neighborhood! qualifying. master ballroom, large double garage, with work-

Real Estate Broker shop Screened pool and patio, fenced rear yard, weft

\ OR sprinklers! beautiful lawn and shrubbery. Low taws,

TO SELL ACREAGE Look Bring your tooth I I''* mortgage, fllj month, City water and electric M

Because of the expanding circulation of oir paper we have openings for ambitious HIGHWAY this brush 2 and bedroom move furnished right In city taxes. Built 1MO. Shown appointment only. ,

boys aged 12 to 16 to handle a morning paper Route In this aria for THE NEWS FRONTAGE & home. Large living room, A. F. GALBRAITH

LEADER. I OTHER PROPERTY : Florida porch end ear.

Walking; distance to schools Registered RM| Estate Broker

NEWS LEADER boys make excellent earnings for working Just a short time each 205 N. Kromsj AY'. i: ehnrehee. Can, hospital and ( sly N. Kreme Avenue CI 7-M2I

'Thursday and Sunday morning. They learn business training methods, learn how to (U.S.1))

meet people! how to handle money, and also how to accept responsibility. Florida CityC17o6012 THI Roaltcra KEYES CO I.

220 M. Xrome Ave H'etead I ;NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION I

During the year the boys have opportunities to win trips I I
many prizes, etc., by getting ---- -- -,

,new customer on their routes. Many Boys agree that the fun and adventure on these A new home with complete central alr-conditionlng snd BISCAYNE EAST

carrier sightseeing trips them than heating. A kitchen done in French Provincial overlooking a
are more important to the actual they
money filtered pool la the acre-Bed patio I bedroom S bath double
from the route itself. carport. $44,000 and allow as 13500 do....I." 1 AND 4 IIDROOM HOMES

! I S bedroom 2 bath home near schools. Florida room, garsga. VA AND PHA FROM $14,125

oak floors tile roof fenced :yard .Only $18,1)00)
For Information On A Route For Your Boy I 12000 down, no qualifying. Modal. he-net bested et the corner Blsctynt Drift

1500 down payment take this I bedroom. 1 bath CBS home (SW 2H S') Inti Merer.. ], Rood (SW 147 Are.) Turn

1 in NW Homestesd. Florida roots, garage, oak Coon tile :
PHONE I tool extra, large lot. rat snortgsge., tao4 per monta? esjst et Royal Castle, U.s. N.. 1.

The News LeaderCIRCULATION I bedroom home to NannX only 18,000. Payments tn a M.I.L BUILDERS, INe.

month. Witt take oar or nwbae home la trade. -

DEPARTMENT .4.. (40 acres near Aerojet Canal, S350 per acre Easy ttrmj. CI ,... # j t ,:JiZ ftCII..U<<


I' 1/ fI Faye Bogaer laaltor
: 272SO So.federal
: y CIRCLE 7-t31..1OT N. Lame Ave. CB 843SJ Bw7, Naranja

Members of the Realtors' Multiple tlstlnf lervlee (Exclusive Reilter)
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25 Hem Builders 40 Hornet For Sala 40 Homes For Sale I 40 Homes For Sale 40 Home For Solo 40-A Homes For Solo 40-A Hornet For Sala 40-A Homei Far S.I.

*V Repairmen Homestead Area 'I Homestead Area 1 Homestead Are. I Homestead Area. I 'Irrl""ClltleS.M.H.IMMIDIUI PerrlneCutlerS.M.H.PALMETTO ParrnaCutlarS.M.H.3BIDROOM! .

HOUSE piloting, dolls itoryreliable BEAUTIFULLY landscaped 2 LOVILY HOME, S tearoom THI thinking man's opportunity 3 BEDROOM 2 bath. $600 occupancy, 3 bedroom Estates, 2 bedroom 2 bath with very
I for free eitimaU Cl8269 : bedroom 1 bath pool home. 3 bath, huge Florida room; to invest in a 3 bedroom, down no qualifying, $77 permonth with carport and awn with Family room, 1 bath large living area, fireplace.
$ Or CE: 8. 1887. Large patio, screened porch wall to wall carpet, drapes home on 8-cres loaded with' Includes taxes It insure ings. Only $73 month after carport sprinkler system built-in kitchen built In Bar.
MART Carter Paints and hardwood floors. throughout. Central Air-Con- location potential. And at ance. Call Terry Pullen, Annie small down payment No 16545 8W 95 Ave. CE 5.425REDECORATED :i BQ In Florida room, enclosed
paints low price Top See quality 14 th St Call CI 7-87M after dltlonlaa, awnings, iprlnkler $18,500 you don't need a B. Smith Re,. tel Estate, lnl. Carnine Cooper garage. $17,900 with
ell UI S.30: p.m. pudgy purse ot match it Broker. CI 7-6565 or CE 8- Realty Brokers, 336-2812, resale. Only FHA terms. Carnlne-Cooper
for system shuffleboard
your painting needsIncluding court
while another thinking nan 2324. $10,300 and $350 down. Low
CE 5-4001 CE 8-3444 Realty
Broken CE
painter, 278 S. BY OWNER, 14 year Old cue landscaped royal palms, H Just tits and think. Call monthly payments Call Jim
Krome. Cl 74634 torn built CBS 3 bedroom, 2 acre In beautiful Melody Man Betty Psnsa, Associate Kathleen S-ACRES with 4 bedroom 4 NO DOWN payment low Lytle. Broker CE 82258.: 54001 CE 8-3444.
bath or. Must be seen to be Newton. Realtor. CI 7- bath CBS house Pool, fireplace monthly 3- bedroom
McMICHAEL A SON painting large Fie. room It ga ap school bus. payments uti1-1r $100 DOWN,
Work guaranteed licensed: rage. 100x135 lot. CI 7-6035 predated Original price $28 8607 CE 84731 or evemngs big garage bedroom homes, VA Equity ssle. $199 down and home with carport range, refrigerator
Call Echoe Jordan Realtor
$100 month $1300 down
WO. CI 7-8908. chens one mortgage no closing or
to $2J,900 for washer. $88month
and Insured. CI MS44. CONVENIENT to Schools 4 I CI 72543.: : costs.' Oo Anielmo, and $83 month pays all. No ell. CrnlneCooper
bedroom I bath home Price quick sale Many pieces of 2 HDROOM 1 bath new duplexes $150 DOWN approximately $50 Realtor CE 0-1858. balloon, big 3 bedroom, 3 pays Brokers -
PAINTING. Licensed, Insured. $13,200 $400 down with FHA. furniture will be left 27220 move B.InS::: month buyt 1 bedroom with bath carport, 2 blocks ele CE Realty, CE 3444., ,
Neat and clean work. Buford 706 NW 0 SU Call Rogers SW 168th Ave. CI 7-7358.: down each Annie screened porch and carport. ONLY $51 cash Veteran loans mentary school. Owner CE: 5-4001

Adams, CI 73969. Magee, owner at CI 7-0878. Ret. Real Estate r'ker. CI74S69 Valencia Realty CI 7-3903. only. New 3-bedroom, 1 bath 83711. $100 DOWN 3 bedroom car-
MUST sell like new air-condi- or CB homes. Immediate occupancy.
S-BEDROOM home wide etove refrigerator
SCREENS repaired replaced, DUE to illness must sell 3 bed.srge tloned 3 bedroom, 3 bath i BEDROOM CBS with carport $450 DOWN completely redecorated *61 monthly pays all. F1IA canal for swimming on boating close to schools. Completely
porches, patios or pools. CE 1 bath, furnished, home. Florida room well 3 bedroom with financing just a ,
in redecorated
old. down quick
8 $790
Florida landscaped end fenced back years t fishing $12,600 total price occupancy.
5 403B. room carport, costs. $55: full size dining room SW 117th Ave. Kay Lowy, Inc. CE 6-5803,
30221 SW 172nd Ct. Come between yard. Close to Air Base and monthly closing and fenced yard. Valencia 8-3144, Mr. Luckey with $400 down. Carnlne-Coop-
CI 7- 7-days.
37 Broken In 1 A B shopping. Call nowl payments open
Reel Estate p.m.ENTERTAINMENT :Mary Realty CI 7-3993 er Realty Brokers, 336-2812
Hoffman at CI '- evenings 7490. OWNER must sell before lot, CE (4001 CE: ..3.... LUCKY Number 4565:
SUBURBAN Realty Bill nightly I CI 77369. The tic 3/2 PHA. Must sell by October. 505 NW llttf! St., 3 bedroom 3/2 split level. Make offer I
Remy Realtor 211345 Kin with Bob Silva at the keyboard Co., 220 N. Krome Ave., 619 NW 12 St. home with Florida room, ga 12230 SW 191st Ter. CE: i- S BEDROOM pool home, 2-carl, $100 DOWN 3 bedroom, 2 bath
manid.' Leisure City. Cl ,. at the new Redland Realtors Homestead. : r .e, kcI floors, 112footlot. 4391. garage, extra Urge patio. carport Fla. room, complete*
Tavern, 29600 South redecorated.
3452 or CE 8.1481. Federal 3 BEDROOM, 3 bath double $500 to qualified 9890 Santos Dr., Cutler ly Kay-Lowy,
,I highway. POOL-Patlo home with 4 bedrooms VA 4H% buyer. CI 7-42M: OWNER transferring. No qualifying. Ridge. By appointment only. Inc. CE 1- 803. open 7-days.
38-A Investment j 2 bathe It all electric Kirage.( 10th St CI T- lr'fe. 3 bedroom, 3 bath, month.
FOR SALE 3 bedrooms, 2 kitchen. On ', .Icre in Melody 40-A Homes For SalaPmlneCuHerS.M.H. central air end nt, carpet, 87- $100 DOWN 3 bedroom home
PropertiesWANT I baths, awnlngi. 1700 NW Manor Close to high echool BEDROOM, 1 bath on U em-Inkier! system, $17,500. built-in kitchen, newly paint
,I 10th St., Homestead and Avocado Elementary.Call acre, fenced awnings and Whispering: 19295 SW BEDROOMS.. 1 bath screened ed. Cutler Ridge: S. Miami
to own a grocery store HOMESTEAD 420 Mary Hoffman at Cl 7-: pump, furnished or unfurnished 92 Rd. CE 0.81122.OUTSTANDINQ patio CE 8.2118.3.EDROOM Heights Geo. Anielmo Real
NW 7th St.,
Have a building on US 1. A BIO new list at VA resales
7221, evenings CI 7-7369. The VA mortgage, $72 tor. CE B-1858.
12500. bedroom ,
Gouldi. Perfect spot for home per. Xeyes Co.. 220 N. Krome with only $100 down quick value 3 bedroom 2 bath home lowdown
store similar to 7-11 next to I feet condition 32x34 Artist Ave., Realtors, Homestead. month CI 7-8023. possession. Call ue for ad m 100X100 Ft. c $27 DOWN 2 bedroom, car
trailer camp. CI 7-295L: Box Studio shop attached inspection 3 BEDROOM 1 dresses. So. Dixie Realty, lot l nJthft room, llfUZn'l..l; 8.403PHONE room built-in GE
632, Goulds. I invited. Gallagher CI 7- PIONIIR Homes E Avocado bathlcreenedl Realtors. CE: 81618 outdoor patio range and refrigerator kitchen, nicely landscaped.
3001 CI 7194. Drive open dtily. No porch carport built-in! stove low down payment Circle 7-2121 Vacant. Kay-Lowy, Inc. CE 8-
39 Farms & Land For Sale HEIR conditioned home In the down payment no doling and oven, refrigerator, 11. AIR conditioned 3 bedroom, no closing cost, 11825 ."77: : THEY RING RESULTS! 5803 open 7-days.
CE 6-
costs to Veterans. FHA 3% 800 (FHA $75 per month) CI corner screened patio SW IflBth St.
BY OWNER 10 or 20 acre country for a growing family. down. Annie B. Smith, Reg 84311 14480 S. W. 28910 St., 6682.
grove. 12250 acre, CI 7-5279! No bathroom traffic jams, Classified Display*
plenty of bunk Real Estate Broker, CI 7- Leisure City. BEAUTIFUL now modern Classified Display I Classified Display *
space cozy
15M or CE: 82324.M06RISSIVI .
home a bedroom.Near ,
39-B ,
Acreage woodournlng firepace. Roomfor ---- --
3 BEDROOM 1 bath. $450 com Cuter
hone, inside or outl Will type home 2- Ridge Center.
ilE me about Country; Acreage bedroom with S plete down payment, no $13,000 unfurnished or fur
sell with 24 acres or more. pool or
Hwy etc. Ale- I 10 Terrific Ib n. Valencia qualifying, no closing costs. nlihed $16,000. Small down
property Call Betty Pensa, Associate acres. -
173 month Includes taxes
the M. Campbell Reg. Real Kathleen Newton, Realtor et Realty CI 7.3013. & Insurance.per Call Terry Pul- payment. CE: 0-8693. FRED WARNOCK FORD INC.
Estate Broker. CI '
CI 7-3986 CE 84721 or evenings RESIDENCE len Annie B. Smith Reg ,
including 2 Iota COLONIAL, 3 bedroom, 3 bath,
CI 7-8909. loned business or multi-unit. Real Estate Broker CI 7-6565 3 car garage, pool end patio, OF HOMESTEAD, FLA.
40 Homes For Sole LEISURE City 15420 Ilayei Owner must sell this week. or CE 8-2324. corner 'fc acre. Excellent

Homestead Area Lane, like new 3 bedroom, H- Mortgage $13,000, will take 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, large kit terms. Under $25,000. Open is pleased to announce
acre. $8990.! Owner 426 NW any offer over this figure with of cabinets 2-5. 16801 SW 88 Ave. Rose- .
chen plenty ;
7th St. Homestead. CI 73001CI 121 NW 2nd St. CI 849IM. man Broker. CE 2344.
ATTENTION newly assigned 78184.LEISURE closete galore, U foot lot. the of
Military Personnel: let us SACRIFICE by owner! Screened Only $87 per month carries IMMACULATE CBS 8.yean old, appointment
help you get settled we are CITY, new section 2- pool patio home, 3 bedrooms = all with only I $450 ordrn, 2 bedroom, 1 bath corner. lat
located just outside the hospital bedroom, carport, awnings 2 baths 4 bath in FHA. Call CI 7-4514 : mortgage $9300 at $63 -
gate to HAFB sales air conditioner, acr.enedporch. garage well for sprinkler tional information or see the 4Vi%, $400 down total $88 p Edward J. Corner sail Jr.
rentals available for Immed $600 down no qualify .tem and pool l. nIce corner model .t 16750 SW 301 St. until $1100 is paid. Will
fate occupancy. Carrlne-Coop- ing. Howard Perkins, Real lot. 71808.SWIMMING ( block west of Tenn. Rd. trade for 1-! or 3-bedroom ,
er CE Realty 54001,or Brokers CE 83444., 336-2812 Estate. CI 71343. POOL 8-bedrra., Homestead north Gardens.of Kings Hwy.) Homestead. CE 5.7998.EYEETORE area 9810 Nicaragua. Ed Gomerisll, Jr. OS their new

LEISURE City bedroom near -tar on acre & a Quarter.
school $8500 trade. One mile from READS GENERAL SALES MANAGERNorth
CLASSIFIED WILL RENT i.bln.oPfl: : fo Fillmore Redlands Elementary on EVERYONE READS

Federal CI7.5112orCES-0673
Or FR 3-3304: Highway

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.... Twenty The NEWS LEADER Thursday, August 27, 194

40-A Homes For SaloPerrin.CuNerS.M.H 47 Apartment For Rent 47 Apartment For Rent. 47-A Aprs. For RentParrina.CutltrS.M.H 49 Homes For Rant 48 Homes For Rant 49 Sleeping RoomsHomestead 61 Articles For Sole

I Homestead Are Homestead Area Homestead Area Homestead Area Araa
ALTO sax, $150; clarinet, $90;
,' FURNISHED bedroom apar, NOW LEASING new 2-bedroom DUPLEX, 2 bedroom, .. 1 BEDROOM furnished cottage BEDROOM, private entrance & 8 panel drapes $7. CI 78603.
$350 DOWN, 3 bedroom ment, cooking gsa and water duplexes with stove and refrigerator overslz'AVAILABLE Sept. 1, 2 bedroom
tern on beautifully landscaped furnished, car shelter $BS, $eS per month, bath, vanity, butlt4n-atoye, furnished house, f8II. $50: 1 bedroom Leisure City bath In quiet home. 170 NW ALLSTATE one wheel trailer
corner lot, mint tondl on. month. Adults 143 N. Flag. near air base. Naranja Development refrigerator, utility room CI 7-3587. / house $63: 1 bedroom air- 18th SLLEISURE ,
total" 0370-72 SW 169th St., PL : conditioned $73 2 $25, U 7.3854.AIRcondltionera.
Only $70 per month ler AveFURNISHED. Corp. 26903" SW 8 apartment ; CITY room In .
bath carport, sprinkler KiyLowyInc. eye, 1 bedroom apart 145tl1 Ave. Rd. 7-6283. 0888. BRAND 2 rcms,2JJ $73 bedroom 3 bedroom furnished apartment$110 vate home with private entrance uaed room
quick. CE occupancy.8-5803. ment. Exclusive nelghoo ROOMS 4 efficiencies summer FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment house on Wa Dickinson toui; NW $10 week. CI 75910. units, 6000 to 44,000 BTU's,
I hood. Adults. $85 CI rates, Dixie Motel L CI 7- Call a 7-4290. High 14th St CI 75534. condition guaranteed, complete -
7.4684'1 9118 I In Goulds $7 week. service & installation"
$400 down, no qualifying nece MEN only, ,
FURNISHED 1 t FURNISHED apartments, clean. UNFURNISHED I bedroom duplex 2 BEDROOM CBS CI 74(655.(
airy to own this like new 3 j SUMMER Rates 1 ft 2.bedroom country Kitchen privileges CI 7.2951.
apartment No pots, adults 1-spacious :S bedroom 2 bath
stove & refrigeratecity house, Fla. room,
bedroom home near
shopping, and city < only.'s See al1aW'wd except t: & DeCarlo furnished Con $120; 2 small cottages $80-' Teddie Scherer, Realtor: trees Near school. Call 'CJordan ROOMS big enough for 2. Pr A SELECTION of used late
IIChOOI"1 8th S $73 Near Dadeland A Jeffer CI
and bath.
CI 7-6121. Realtor, CI 72543. vate entrance model refrigerators. Some
per month pays '! Phone U 7-7144, George W. structlon Corp., 26701 SW ion'i CE 8-0832, CE 5.9543.NEW 75819. colors Single doors 2
I -
Mendleson Realtor
Smith 137th Ave, Narania.' CI 7- 2 BEDROOM unfurnished except -
9241, 24 hours _I 6447 or CI 7-8570. 1 bedroom unfurnUhm CLEAN, 2 bedroom house on stove and refrigeratorCI I 'SLEEPING room, air conditioned doors frost free, etc Cashor
$600 DOWN, 3 bedroom, 2 bath FURNISHED apartment, ; ; $60. THIOLDjlmestfado; : ;: ,;; Kitchen furnished Free uti corner In Leisure City. Carport 7-6869' See any day except : bath, private entrance, ranJa.AIR terms. 26633 US 1, Na-
utilities Included. Naranja. ides Near and stove
fenced Cutler Ridge Cen refrigerator Sunday. CI 78278. 633 NW 1 St.,
on lushly landscaped CI 77477. and apartments, $8 weekly ter. CE 5.2881. $85.: other extras Day CI 7- ,
Florida City.LEEPING conditioner
residential! used, 110
In prestige and of off
corner Center town,
up. 2 BEDROOM CBS unfurnlshe
area Owner gone and said, HOTEL: LEE Nice!* furnished street parking 34 SW 1st 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath duplex CI 5211 78732.FURNISHED, after: 0 and weekends close-in, $90 month. U. C. $ room, 26 NW 13th 26633 volt, reverse US cycle, 8000 BTU,
"Sell my $20000 value for apartments, efficiencies >1& St C17.4518. furnished or unfurnished, air. Jeisee. Realtor, CI "..2611.Z St C178758.SLEEPING 1. Naranja
$13800 FHA, no closing rooms. $10 week, $30 month conditioned Immediate occupancy BRADLEY
costs." Cliff Mendlesoo, Hea. up. CI 76526.N 'UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom, S. Dixie Reaty, Reator 3 bedroom house, 3-BEDROOM, *bath in the room with private Refrigeration & Air-
tor CE 5112t, 24 hours bath, duplex apartment, neaair 21 CE 8-1BI6 1 bath, large lot, 2 porches country 1 'acres. $125 monthly entrance and bath CI 7-6168. Conditioning 9852 SW 175th
TOWN, 2 bedroom furnished base, 14473 SW 268th S 91 SW 5th St. a 76110. St Sales & Service. Re-Built
lm.3i total price for i horn;; ; duplex. 114 NW 4th Ave. Naranja, NE 5.6880.UNFURNISHED 47-C Trailer Hornet on year. lease. Carnlne !- .49-A Sleeping Rooms guaranteed refrigerators.
'- cooper: Realty, Brokers 338-. freezers washers
in Cutler Ridge $350 don stoveand
t LARGE efficiency with utilities, duplex, rev acne FURNISHED 1 bedroom hour 2812 CE 3-4001, CE83444. Perrine-Cutlcr-S.M.H. tioners, $23 up. Clan! finance
with new FHA mortgage Low reasonable phone use, $50 a refrigerator, :3 mile in Goulds. CI 7-0595: Licensed! & insured. CE 5-
monthly payments. Carnine- month. Divorcee who baby from base. CE 84619. : 3 BECROOM houses for rent, HOTEL ROOMS $8 week 7213.
LARGE, 2 bedroom, fur- FURNISHED :2 bedroom homi. '
new Ba-
Simmons beds
Cooper Realty. Brokers, 336- sits.. Wishes! to rent to nice furnished It unfurnished,
UNFURNISHED 3H rooms, nished part or completely.Adults with washer and dryer. Motel 22400 S. Dixie
shore I
2812 CF M001 CR H-3444 girl, couple or man with 1 or good location. 505 NW 6th SL only $73 per :month: Ideal for Air Force or mil, $150 month Frank A. Vel- Hwy. CI 79653. BOBO'S Trading Post we
40-D Florida Keys Propertlc 2 children. CI 6848.. CI 7.3031, evenings a 7-0614, Oasis Trailer Park, CI 7.9808. die age couple. No petsPleasure lantl Realty. CE 8-2444 I have priced a reasonably.variety of Come goods to,

LARGE furnished apartment,' ask for Tony. RENT or sell, 8x38 moat un- Village: 3363435.ARCE 48-A Homes For Rent S3 Wanted To Rent I see us at 13110 S. Dixie Hwy.
tile bath with linen closet, usual exclusive air 2 bedroom house alconditioned r: PerrlneCutlerSJvt.H.ATTRACTIVE .
ACRE lot fronting on 100 foot 1 ROOM efficiency i apartment Ventoura. INSURANCE representative desires COMBINATION
ample closets, good kitchen, conditioned furnishedBy room heater &
automatic washer fully
paved road, 20 miles below $40 month; 2 room furnish desk or share cooker
$75. CI 7182.. : house apace good especially in
$50 ED <-2467.I week, by month, CI 7 country ,
$50 month large ,
Marathon. CI 78959. -"- apartment ; Kennel and 20( small office with CPA, accountant hurricane emergency, 2.burn
run on acres.
furnished 1980 Spinn Apartments, 1MNW )I
LARGE 1 4 room furnished apartment A 2 bedroom furnished trailer CE 3189 or JE 13685. etc. in Perrine/ er blue flame, half price, like
KEY LARGO Lots from furnish 9 St
apartment 409 NW 2nd Ave., $70 month utilities Homestead area NE 48235. new, only $10. CE 8-1790.
Homestead Trailer Park. '
Also furnished
$895 up. Term Homestead. I ed washing machines available PALMETTO Estates" :2 bed
house J.for rent $63 permonth. Flamingo I Lodge, FlorIda I : CI 7- 4021 EAR screened by. 1 porch bedroom, 10 ,Ft carport storage ,-. room, 1 bath, carport 1654! S4 Business Opportunities CULLIGAN deluxe water soft-
Kennaston LARGE 2 bedroom duplex un- City. SW 93 Ave. CE 54252. ner, 2 year old. Will sell
__ 47-E Farmland For Rent grounds Adults, CI 7-
Properties, Box 151, Key furnished, very nice, $80. CI BUSY colored restaurant, Greyhound cheap. CI 72210.
Largo. Phone 5783 or MIami 77239. I and 2 bedroom.furnished a 5062. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex bua station, Western
CE :1-70112 apartments. $47 $52-$62. 141 ARVIDA Corporation, all typesof NICELY furnished 2-b ,droom apartment $90 month. Union. Choice highway corner CANVAS cartop carrier, 6foot.
MIDDLE aged lady w/car to N.E. 2nd Road CI 73587 farmland. 3 to 5000 acres home like new Inside and out. Call South Dade Realty, Inc., across from High School. Excellent like new $23. 28901 SW 154th
44 Exchonge-Reol Estate I share month.apartment w/same, $35 1 AND 2 bedroom apartments !Most land his wells. CE 8- Large rooms, carport in center 16784 S. Dixie Hwy CE 3. deal for man & wife. Ct., Leisure City CI 77177.
CI 7-4623 mornings
2202. Or CI 7-4321.: 3131. Best lease Cash or terms
WILL sell or trade equity in tit 1pm.EATLY also efficiencies & sleeping of slri htF rent yearly OF 8.4642. FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator $45.
3 bedroom CBS home for 10 rooms available, all furnish FOR RENT S to 10 acres old for businessman 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, fenced I Good condition CE 8-5726.
wide home trailer CI TflWI furnished 1 bedroom ed. Reasonable ates CI 7. Iron land never been farmed or officer, no pets, ad- yard, range & refrigerator,' 61 Articles For Sol.A.I .
I apartment, air J conditioned I 7433 9 to 5; CI 7-4363 Call Echoe Jordan Real ults. 245 NW 7th Ave Inquire only 6 miles from HAFB FREEZER 500 Ibs. upright,
46 For Sale or Rent laundry facilities. Wee, quiet after SBEDROOM. tor, CI 7.2543.VARIOUS 238 NW 6th Ave $103 per month Carnine- I lurmture buys and selec., like new, assume payments.CI .
and convenient location. Sorry 2 apartment furnished UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom Cooper Brokers, 338- tlons at Bargain Center, 203' 70503.FIRST .
OUSE, 3 bedroom unfurnished no children or pets. Please size tracts, marl or 2812 ERe CE S. Krome Ave. Homestead.
$103 month. 604 NW 10th visit i the Patio Apartments $63 a month. 105 NE!: rock. Some wells. John F. house an duplex. Both air CI 71350. $800 takes Wurlitzer 25
St a '73647 83 NW. 11th St, Apt. 2. 2 Rd. CI 7.2777.2BEDROOM Kuhn, Sr., Realtor. CI 71906 conditioned $85 each. Wells 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, stove, re- peddle organ. CE 8-1637.
Home Rentals, CI 8-0255. frigerator, 2 screened A.T OUR new address, 123 N.
duplex apartmentstove porches
LEASE 4 acre ; GE refrigerator automatic defrost
or purchase -
NEWLY decorated furnished 10 ACRE farmland for lease.
ranch on Old Cutler Rd 4. bedroom refrigerator: $65 FR 4TT4B BEDROOM furnished house es fenced yard,511aint to Krome Ave. Tuesday, Sept. very nice condition.
apartments 460 NW, a $135 CE 1, 10 a-m. Magic Chef gu
month 77257.
bedroom, 2 bath, 70-foot 6th St. on private estate 3 miles Ideal for apartment or trailer -
Apply 546 NW 5th
recreation room, 2-car garage, Ave. CI 7-3661. 7-F Forms For Rent north of Naranja No children range, .,$10; beds complete, $100. CI 1328..
ROOM upstairs apartment 48-H Warehouses For Rent $10 2 mattresses, $5 each
large pool, guest house. Kane no pets, $73: month. CI ; ;
Driskell. Broker, CE 35521. NEW 1 & 2 bedroom cross ventilation $60 month 74481. beautiful ladies dresses, some GRANDPAS Trading Post &
central air-condition-: apartments CI 7.5507. Mrs Sam J. Davis HYDROPONIC farm fully I tBS building 21XK square feet new, 50c each; shoes, 25c Pawn Shop, 26750 S. Federal
PALMETTO Country Club area ing t heat furnished Farmlife Rd. !i mile N of equipped for lease by year or' 1 BEDROOM country home on available for storage Reason- men's shirts values to $3 Hwy, Naranja. We pawn,
32 carport. A-1 colonial with I ,t'w to wall or carpet unfurnished -: Bauer longer. Can earn $8000 for 2', acre tract, CBS, furnished able. CI 7-4922 after 6 p.m. 50c each; trousers, $1. ParishThrift buy, sell or trade. Cash for
fenced private back lawn. 5 month season Only $100 Knotty pine living room weekends. ShopPHONE old gold It silver Guaran-
swimming pool, stove &
23S SW 5th Ave., Fla. City 3, per month. Call BUD Arman .
air-conditioner $65. minutes from Homestead
Bedroom available teed expert watch & jewelry
refrigerator. For Informationcall .
9725 S.W. 163 St., CI 8-0887 4 and 5-room furnished apartments at MO 7-6461. PymsSuchmanReal miles from base. CE CLASSIFIED WILL RENT Circle 7-2321 repairs Fine hand engraving.
or see Manager
call CE 83777. Owner trans47 S63, 5125 and $75 Estate Co. Realtors, 5-8359 after 5 and weekends THAT HOUSE FOR YOUr CI 7-4722.
tarred! Mr Flick Apt infl monthly 'I .2252.. P.2h1 S. Dixie Hwv. Miami. THEY BRING RESULTS!

Apartment For Rent Classified Display 1* Classified Display Ile Classified Display Classified Display Classified Display Classified Display Classified Display *

Homestead Area

AIR conditioned : ::ruum:1:

furnished duplex, .' ,
monthly rates only. CI 7,2232

ALL NEW = 2"bedrooms-;; furnished ;; :

or unfurnUhed. BuildIngs CHALLENGE ANYONE
'Just completed, $83 with '
stove and refrigerator or $95
completely furnished indue
ing drapes, off street parking .\
central TV antenna, .

washers building for& dryers.adults and Separate chi.\

NE dren Krome NE Terrace.13th St,Manage corne 'I I TO BEAT OUR

in corner building Apt. VALUES !
Model Apartment open dall;
Phone CI 7-8488 or CI 2//

AAA describes the quality DICK 1
the Colonial Apartments, II 1

NE new 10th apartments St New, new building furnlture :, WE'RE IN POSITION TO OFFER YOU TOP'

Imagine the luxury of CONLEY

a pool. Bathrooms for only have 18 pastel apartments .' ,.. .,_ MONEY FOR YOUR CAR ON A NEW '64 CHEVY

tile fixtures and glass shower: SAYS ; ;
doors. All apartments air I : 1
conditioned, washers and dry. WADE THOMPSON 'V ON VERLESEZ
ers on every floor, kitchensare r
all electric and king I ,: IN CHARGE OF THE IMPALA : "CHEVELLES---3 WEEKS
sized, bedrooms are French '
Provincial, living rooms NOW .t' AGO WE HAD 21 THEN
Danish Modern, central TV .. ; FLEET 58, 52, 57- ,

highest Antenna except and everything the price. the CI I' r T ':.: NOW WE ONLY HAVE 17 AND NOW JUST 1 1Is 10

7.7228 or CE 8-2917. .' 4
The .
AIR conditioned :2 bedroom .
furnished; linens, TV, etc, I Iwet'kly ,' ,-- R. B. RIVES
CI '7-1' -
or monthly Perfect
5964. "TAKE
ALL Alr-conditloned, pool, 1
bedroom apartments. Also PICK 2 LEFTBRONCO
Studio apartments, beautifully -

largest furnished.and finest Homestead's new apart'' The Very rt I '7 OF A

ment house. Regina's Regency I M REAL BARR
House, 777 NE llth St. CI
Best Deal

APARTMENT, furnished, all e
utilities, $90. CI 80550.. On America'sNo a PUBLIC THAT THE BEL-AIRS
BEAUTIFUL, large bedroom t+ WERE 14, 10, DOWN GOES THE
furnished apartment, close- 1 Cars!
in. 188 NW lIt St I STOCK--NOW

BEAUTIFUL newly decorated,: a ONLY I 8'
1 bedroom apartment, near i Tt. y s a
shopping. 145 NW 1st St. CI 4't i l ) e e e0'v.
7.6395 or CI 9917.

CONVENIENT efficiency, newly I
decorated, $55. 145 NW 1
St. CI 76395.

CLEAN & quiet efficiency, utilIties .' i Y ,

170 NW paid 18th fully St. furnished. !

CYPRESS Motel efficiencies _
rooms. Reasonable rate by, ni p.1 .
day, week or month. CI 7-, *
0967 w _

modern apartments, low
weekly rates, utilities included. .5-

Tropical Inn, 905 W. Palm ,
Dr. Fla. City. CI '7.3401.

DELUXE 1 bedroom apartments 1
now ready, Electric ,
.stove, refrigerator, heat, air I .t
conditioned screened porch. ,!
130 SW 6 St. CE 5-0604. All Models _

DINE at the new Redland Tavern ,
from 11 a.m. til :2 p.m., .
:9 I pm til midnight, your I
hosts, Nita and Ralph 29600 Many With Air lw
South Federal Highway

;EFFICIENCIES, 1 and 2 bed .,CI utilities 7.389LFURNISHED paid, reason All Colors Wagons l Hn GJ LP*' Fresh Stock "m u |

2 bedroom, vacant .
soon. Babies or adult
children only. Inquire 1390

ment. $63 a month Wells
Home Rentals, CI 8-0255.

ment with utilities $70 monthly. .

Orange Park Apartments, 261 Parkway Homestead: Florida CE 8-1832 CI 7-2121
N. Krome Ave. & Silver Palm

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Thursday, August 27, 164 The NIWS LEADER ...*_Twenty- On

63 loots ft Accessories 85 Automobile Dealers. $6 Automobiles For Sele

SOUTH DADE'SAUTO TAKE.SKD| Ine* 090 A.Krome '60 (,;on air 2- oor. automatic
;;; II FOOT runabout, fire txtlngulsher I Ave. CI 1-8111. We transmission, heater, low
ROW "lIIdlhl.lcI1IIc1an extrss. sell guaranteed used cars. I mileage. By owner CI 72070.
SS HP Evtnrudt electric I
7-8762.. CASH waiting for your car at 'to Corvalr, radio, heater automatic
News and Buying' Hints of starting $300. I O ft L : cr"ce.fot: : transmission. A steal, Kl Yh1
the Automotive World In 1* FOOT fiber glass cathedral Federal ; $623: CI 84099.Ml ( \ I
ft hull H.P. Evlnrude: motor 0 70023.DICK
South D.... 73 Comet deluxe,
Fully coast guard equipped Cenlty Chevraltt, Inc,, condition, $800. l'12A.
By FLOYD OARRITT Many extras. Rocket break new 4 used carl, S61 Parkway '
62 FORD Galaxle 600, hardtop -
frame trailer tlOO cash, take .
Look bard New-model Volkswagen is different: It over payments. CI 7-8S14 >ftt6pm. CI 7-2121 or CE S-U32. floor shift beautifuL

has more glass' narrower windshield end aide posts! FRED Warnock Ford Dew andsed I $100 down, take up paymenta.
lower sldo-wlndow sills and a pushbutton lock instead cars. 1300 N. Federal CI 7-8762. MOTORS COlt.

of handle on engine compartment Back-seat passengers RENT a boat by the bout $1.25 Hw ., Homestead CI 7-9112 1962 Pontiac Catalina convertible
hour includes boat, mo or CE 8-0873.
have more apace- on. Inch t.r power steering, powerbrakee
Ihe big talk 1< the '63s.: Car buyers wonder whether rid and on gas.beautiful Fish' Manatee or lull GUY Casker Rambler Co.. US automatic transmission. SOUTH DADE'SLARGEST
Excellent condition,
1 at Avocado Dr
to trade new or wait for that new shiny 89. It's a the Bay family and Barnes Sound. Bring 7-1911 or 1332072.PIRRINI i $2099. 8361 SW 177 St

tossup sometimes. Auto Sales. Buy 762 Cadillac coupe fully'
Talked with one new car buyer this week who SKI and sail with us. Every Sell Trade Bank flnanc- equipped air, A1. Call CI 73339 -
saved $1000 list price when buying his car in South body welcome, 24 hour protooted tn,. Call CB 94237. after 3 p.m. AUTODISCOUNT
Dade Must of th, new car dealers In this storage, wet or dry, I
area are Reasonable Un Matins LUCKY Number 4477 '64 FALCON sacrifice equity
anxious t'* dear their lots for the newer models. It's 19 miles south of Homestead VOLKSWAGEN I Porsche Payments 164 !l8. CI 7B4R9
only few weeks US 1. CI 7-8908.
e away on
Authorised ttin Service 87 Trailers For Sole
Dick Cnnley, John Daniels and several of their use Johnson 80 lIP Electric Parts. Used can. Over-Keyi HOUSE

salesmen made a trip last week to Jacksonville to view gold condition 17 foot trailer Motors Perrto". 2380893.WISTOVIK CAMPING TRAILER sleeps <,

the new Chevrolets. $250. CI 74375. Pontiac* tad less than 1 year old. Original

Pictured here is Odis Mitchell and Ed Gomersall Jr. Tempest; 201 Chic Ct Cl 7- cost $429. Will sell for $300. AUTHORIZED DEALERS FORT
of Fred Warnock: Ford of Homestead as they prepare 66 Mu.lcoll"lfru""t. I 8621 or CE &-ooM.I Used once CI .5969..
for their flight to Jacksonville thla
week where
they I 86 Automobiles For Sole CAMPER to fit abort wheelbase
previewed the 89 Fords. LARGEST selection of new wide side U ton T S ALFA H

r--'" used Instruments pianos, Victor orchestra PIanos .: CORVETTE 1958. Sharp up. a 7.2210.CLEARANCE R V U SI R I

I *. Organs, 300 NW 84th $1378. CE H833: or O 7-1781 Sale PICk-I B 1 0 N I 0 L

_St., Miami CE 81637. ENJOYMENT Is In tore for new fc used trailers at M U L M M L
I "' 67-B Tools you nightly at the new Red prices in state. 1.2 and 3 BE
I Machinery land Tavern, 29600 Sooth rooms.Now is the time to gel M V C E MPH
)Mi,,, !,, Federal Highway Dining from your mobile home for best 0 A A ,0 A
I""f" MAKI one bid for all the 1011r.inylefl 11 a.m. tit 2 p.m., 9 p.m. tit quality and lowest prices.
1. o.. from estate of midnight Low bank rates. Low down M N
!. Gibbons. I960 payment. See st Isla Gold
I' .. Workmaster Ford tractor with 1953 FORD coupe. Radio and Trailer Sales. 26401 S. Federal Terms Arranged to
over drive 2 new tires, goodtransportation. Hwy., Naranja.
1 ,,; side sickle bar and war I
I' 1375 hours $ 16901 BANK FINANCING
rotary mower run ; Suit Your Needs
I'\ : Myers Sprayer ;.. SW 303 St. CI T4375.SS NOW II'%" Financing and up to
::Jp&aI 8 years to pay on new and
steel tank. 1962, 800Ibs. OLDS, V-8, new seat covers, wed Mobile homes. Also

I; l: 100. aded 2 hours hose; nozzle Lily 3 times run fertilizer; Trail less paint, CI,7..77.clean, $179.: Call alterS rental Mobile Hwy.Homes trailers.' CI 7-1309.29120\ Underwood S. Federal ((19)) Sport Cars ((19)) ((21)) Convertibles ((21)

Ed Comenall Jr. was named the new general sties
Sector dump trailer about 3
Chevy real clean. $211:1.I
manager for Fred Warnock Ford this week. yards; Iron wheel trailer: 1'5 a 8-0069. REPOSSESSED 1963 Flair 35: 64 TRIUMPH 64 CHEY.Malibu $2599
e e Ariena jet rotary tiller BStengine x 10 with awnings' $2099 S. Conv. ....
; Molt hammer mower I.''I.'57 Chevrolet V-I. Bel-sire, move Into, extra clean dn1; Spitfire ............ Sport
The economy corner of Keyroo Motors Perrine his Clinton engine; Wright gas standard trll1sm1.don, radio, I $300 down, $63.74 per month. 64 LANCIA I 63 CADILLAC
added a couple of salesmen to their staff that actually pruning 40 amp slow heater. $499. CI 8-0099.( See at Isla Gold Trailer Sales, $2999 $4599
just returned "home." Both Earl Miller and fast 6-12 ai\\ battery charger Naranja. Florid ........... EldoradoAir....
manager ; 4 sections oC steel ahelving '57 English Ford $195: 58 63 JAGUAR XKE 62 FORDGalaxie
Earl Weber formerly with the big lot In Perrine. ; Grass sweeper for mower Chevrolet I $399: 'St VICTOR Mobile Home, 55x10, $3099 $1499
; llare. 1 small hand fertilizer Plymouth $49 wagon; Chevy t Bus 2 or 3 bedroom, air condi Roadster........ 500 Conv........
Newest stocks on Aug. 1, exclusive of can from spreaders;' 3 length $111:1: ; Chevrolet tandem $495 tioned.beautiful Better home than for excellent little 63 ALFA Romeo 61 FORD GOIOxi.
4" Akron Irrigation alum $1999 $1199
abroad, wen l.J mWlon twice as great ai the number inum slip fittings 8 sprinklers t.OCr7.\ 13.29120 Old money.See at Isla Gold Trail1 Sprint Cpe ........ 500 Conv ........
of USA-made cars sold In July ; i wheel grinder; Lot er Sales, Naranja. 60 TR3 61 PLYMOUTH

Gain in new-car sales over seven months of '63 farm miscellaneous tools, water items keg,;etc.hand See '57 steering DeSota and convertible brakes, power radio 1959 Schult, 2 bedroom washer Also Roadster ........ $1199 Fury Conv .....,.. $1199
ahowi by all domestic makes except Rambler Imports. and cash. CE 8- fin extra nice
caretaker cottage U-mile rear) .heater. $273 bunks $300 down, only $6412 60 SUNBEAM $1099 61 PONTIAC Bonn.Convertible .
of 24200 SW 162 Ave. Farm- 3060. $1599
e e life Rd. between August 23 1998 Dodge Hardtop; Shop- Trailer per month.Salf'.See. Naranjai at Isla, Gold Alpine ............ ..., .

Autos of the future will be lighter use less fuel to 31.USED smith lathe Includes drill-: 60 FIAT 61 OLDSDyn. $139.9

and Jut 130,000: milei, says Paul Orenx, Lincoln- Farm Equipment Bui press and law; shortwave 88 Trucks For Salt Spyder ............. $1099 88 Conv. :........,. ,
Mercury general manager.."Can In 99" (way oft then?), large flat trailer Ford tractor radio; automotive airplane USED trucks & buses. Plantation 60 AUSTIN I

he predicts, "will be much lit* those you and I drive planter small tools.cultivator 19246! various SW- toots CI 1- 362 Auto & Bus Sales, .. $899 ((22)) Compacts ((22))
today." 304th St or phone Miami 1,5S FIAT, 33 mpg, $173. CI Goulds a 78454.: RENAULT .

He doesn't foresee any other form of personal 2714224. 7-5969. '57 FORD Ranchero V-8; full 60 $999 64 CORVAIRAlr

fully equipped. Real Caravelle ......... $2299
power .
trinsporUtion that will displace autos in the next BO 1 ROW strawberry planter IfSS Olds 88 convert, full pow clean. CE 84279. Monza Cpt.....
years, such as wings on our backs or personal helicopter Nearly new, used only I 8 er all extras, original owner, 59 MGA $1099 CORVAIR
maybe to, but future as future does may reveal acres, $150.: CI 7-8094. $393.: CE 03524. /$1 CHIVY pickup M, big box, Roadster........... 64 $2399
many things none of us foresee / '58 Chevrolet Impala convert excellent condition $1,400. Cf Monza Spyder...
LUCKY Number 2210 ble, 409 engine, radio heat 7-1709. 59 TR3 $1099 64 RAMBLER Amer.
Roadster........... $1999
L ere $999. CI S-0099.
1 CKAVLIT tractor extras', 440 H.T. ............
$250; 1 Wisconsin engine 58 Chevrolet t Impala hardtop, Classified Display! J 58 TR.3 $999 CHEVY II300
For Sol 61 Article For Solo 63
41 Articles V-4 electric starter, 20 H.P, standard transmission, radio, Roadster........... $1499
$130. 2 Centrifugal pumps $999.: CI ,. 4Dr. ................
HEARING Air Batteries. Fls STENOGRAPHIC desk, tiewhreflnlahed $30 and $20: a 3/4 rolls 01 I Servicemen 57 MGA $899 63 RAMBLER Class.
cher aV Sons 141 N. Kromi with chair black 48 inch chain length'l 5*mission Rambler, V-8, automatic$299. CI trlns-I .................... $1399
Ave.. Homestead. walnut $40 pl. 28 Inch bicycle 25e: a foot; 1-30 in. 660,4-dr........:
; 56 MERCEDES 190
Turf Mower $300; I ban saw, NEED A CAR $1399
$15. CE W339.IINOIR 1960 Slmca, excelent transpor 62 Lancer
INFANT teat, bowling ball <. $30; 1 jig saw $20; CI 72528 tation. Reasonable Evenings S .L. Coup* .... DODGE $1199
bag, carriage high chair Zigug rant needle. : CI 6-0680. MG.
combination. CE 5-8468. makes buttonholes ft designs HAVING TROUBLE 53 $799 62 CORVAIR '
automatically Sold 69 Poultry & Supplies 1960 Desoto Adventurer, factory TD .................... $1499
KENMORE automatic waihlni 250 new, balance payments air If heater power Monza Cpe. A/T
machine like new $14:1: ; Norg $12.58. Will k"trade CHICKEN compost by the bag brakes & steering, radio GETTING 52 MG $599 62 FAIRLANE500

burner 9/m'gvI: : new condition Call 685-1564. or truck. We load CI at 7-7129 farmwholesale \, $1111:1.: Sea Vie Cook Fred TD ..........?........ $1499
$ suit prices. Warnock Ford Parts or call FINANCED? 4-dr., Auto ........
with 4 chairs $20. ED 6-2111, TWO 8-foot glass patio doors, 10 CI 1-tam after 6pm, i
PEACOCKS for sale Hens 62 CORVAIRMonza
Capt. Moyers.KINMORI 1 standard size jalousie window ((15)) Wagons (15)) $1499
each, 3 for $25: CI 7-42Oft. CALL US NOW
: also baby playpen.CE' Classified Display i Cpt.4 speed... ,
40" electric sloe
$40; GE mangle ironer $20; 0-7077. I 78 Seeds, Plants, Flowers AND RIDE TODAY 64 CH V. Nova va 62 FALCON Futura
$2199 $1199
studio couch $11 Cl 7-0598. 1 HP Phllco 2.IIr- OndIUoner,I ASSORTED Hybrid Day LUlies,, Rebuilt Transmission. A/T, Power. Bucket Seats...
LARGE Coldspot 'refrigerstorruns $05. CE I special discount for AugustCI Automatic end Standard 7100 AUTO SALES 63; TEMPEST, 61 FALCON j
perfect. Call CI 7-4569 2-MAN Surplus lift rift with 75507. Mrs. Sam J. Davis Installed and Ouarante.dBenn's 7100 Sled load S6M99J $2199 $899
A/T Power Air.. 2-dr. Sedan....,..
or see at 15263: Leisure Dr. aluminum oars and footpump. 'Irm1UI Rd., H mile N. Auto Parts ,
Reason Bauer I Open evenings till 10, 62 RAMBLER,440 Cl/lOO 61 CORVAIRMonzCl
LARGE freezer washing machine B.50354w. 0 21120 Old Dixie Highway
; able. CE tool 1177 $1199
; 10-key electric adding 78-A Topsoil Homestead. 7..12 Sunday's Classic, AT, Pow. P Cp., speed ......
machine. aeen I PIECE twin bedroom act, I 62 DODGE Lancer
Sat or Sun. only.n aM 8-0904. good condition ISO; Utt foot GRAD A pulverized soil; $1299 60 VALIANT $699
Must sell this week._ boat trailer and motor $11:1.: Silica Sand for lawn dressing'D. 4-dr. lAt. .......
0960: Thanksgiving, CE 8-8458 Mlrone. 135-4814. I

LIKE NW freezer new 11th, other refrigerator St. After furniture.6:30: /!"pm.'448 24 ladder FOOT, regular aluminum price extension$2199, 12> Dogs, Cots, Pets I IAKC I WANTED GUAVAS ((84)) Hardtops ((84)) ((10)) }4'oreignSedans ((10))

weekdays, all day Set reduced to $17.6); 8 foot lad : Pedigreed Dachshund 63 BUICK RivieraCoupe
der regular price $899 reduced puwles. Ci .8878.. $2999 64 VOLVO
LADIES fashions like new, reasonable. to $9,60. 278 S. Krone. .. .... $1899
CE 8-9439. 13 Horses For Sole NOW IUYING RIPI GUAVAS for processing 544 ..................
_| 11,500) BTU air-conditioner, have 63 PONTIAC 64 MG
LARCI 3- value new $2118. HORSES and for III. Price 3Vte delivered./ For Information : $2999 $1499
heel UuJtlacil. 2 month pones per pound Prix Air...... ..
CI 7-8798. NV Take best offer. CE 8-3108 Horses boarded or pastured. Sedan ................
Cl 7-7108 or CI 7-9416. 62 CHEV.,2-dr. 63 ENGLISH Ford
MEET Chef Roger Fox atthe $1399 $1199
new Redland Tavern, 29600 61.8 Articles W.nt.dGUNS PALOMINO GeldlnlJnd don- CALL CI 5-2111 or CI 7.1631PARMAN Sedan .:.....,.:.., Capri, Cpe ........
So. Federal Highway, 8 ,..m.tll key. 18000 .27 CI 8- CADILLAC 62 VW
midnight. 0550, Cl 7-6651. $1199
128 $3199
of needed by Balffc's.kind, KENDALL CORP- FI..twood Air... 113 Sedan ........
Ave, Any -
MISCELLANEOUS pieces N. Krome HETLAND ponies for sale, reasonable -
used furniture available. will any age. Cash waiting. Call a HIM after 62 DODGE Dart, 61 CITREON 4..cfr.
finance Underwood Mobile 5:30. I' GOULDS, FLORIDA 330 HT .......... $1499 $699
Homes, 29120 S. Federal WANT used one inch rubber : Sedan .............:

Hwy. Cl 7.1309.MAHOGANY ._m hose. CI 74895.: i* ClosslfI.d Display *I 52 FORD Golaxie' $1699 61 VW $1099

bed Ostomoor inerspring WANTED to buy Used refrigerators I 500 HT Air....: Sunroof ...........

mattress, box ,CE freeters 8-7213., airconditioners. WE NEED 51 1 PLYM. Fury 60 PEUGEOT 330,
chest, mir $1099 $699
springs rot, boudoir chair, dust rut BAKER MOBILE HOMES! Coupe ........ 4-dr.
fie $30. Mahogany bed, Englander 63 Boot ft Accessories GOOD USEDFURNITURE OpenS SI I CADILLAC 60 CONSUL 4dr.Automatic .
mattress, $2499 $699
box springs innerspring$20. Studio f Ok MIRES 33-11. Owen, twinengines I, a.m. Fleetwood/.... ........
good all day $39 for .8. t tit; t p.m.Men. .
touch, avocado green SI I CADILLAC 59 VOLVO
7-3039. 4 to 8 p.m.
Iron Call CI $799
: Wrought GIVEEXCELLENT thru $2399
springs $20. WE 544 ............
table 3d.ft.. glass top. $10. MARINE hardware fiber glaia PRICES Sat Sedan, Air.........
Kitchen utility cabinet coun- and paints.Sailboats and kits,I SO FORD 57 VW133

ter CE 82061.MOTOR height. porcelain_top $5.. Farm a feet Store to ,33 south feet of Cutler I and Princeton Appliance Furniture Exchange Sunday Open F500 ................. $799 Sedan ...........,.... $799

Ridge, Just off US 1,
discount.Bike 73. new SW 2nd xSLBII Boats, Inc. 11320 SW .I I 24871 S. Federal Hwy.Pri"ctton247OS57. 29200 So. Faderol Hwy., Homestead

NIW a,m. 12 to'.volt 12. Delco battery $20 *. .CE Classified 8-4089 Display I So. Dado's Largest Dealer 12x50 STAR 12 WIDE 2 bedroom>> JAMBOREE, front kitchen, readyfor ECONOMY LOT SALE !

Call CI 79378. lots of Easy living . . $4895. .
POOL tables, 4x8 regulation CASH cr FINANCE5.00 DOWN

size Includes sticks.poles 1-year, balls old,, Homestead 12x30 STAR luxurious new carpeting living bedroom even makes, front thismore kitchen 54 Cod.SedanP8A... $89 56 OldsH-ropP322A.. $99

cost rack, cue reasonable @ items that In coaches 56 Cad. Coupe, PI84 . 289 55 Lincoln H-top, P500 ... .t 99 are
offer 1213 NW8th Transfer and 339 Ford 2 door P338A .. 99
Storage I for hundreds of dollar more. Getit 57 Cad. Cp., N109. . 55 '
Ave. FU. City. telling Sedan P31 A 699 58 Merc- P262A 199
58 Cad. pass 9'
for . ... .
FARTS for all electric snaven "Gentl-Care" Moving, I now Just .o 58 Lincoln, A/Cond. . 599 38 Ch.,.. Wa,., PS44 . 199
e. Homo and Storage 12xSS' CRANBROOK, 3 bedroom, front kitchen 58 Imperial 4d H.T., P634 599 60 Ford Stick, PS10A . 799
Washington\ A Packing end ....lIy features such as darkwood Interior 59 Pontiac COli,., P564 799 61 Falcon A/Cond., P41S 699

etead._ FOil FREE double links in both, deluxe kitchen, 59 Bulck door, P369 . 799 57 Plym Spt. Cp., P294A 199
RRtUILT washers Frigldalro, deluxe awning windows throughout.Just 59 Pontiac St. Chf", N1141 899 54 Ford 4 door, P453B. .". ., 99

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w 11" 12x58 STAR. The big>>
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washer suit., 2. Piece Hi.Fl 415 55x10 3 bedroom STAR, Early American'oft' of

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Just North of Perrine, Florida
CLASSIFirO WILL RENT 760 NW 10th Ave. Homestead, Flo. i


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Dr. Vincent V. Chiong grsd
I lust* of Manila Central. Unlver
arty In the Philllpin Island, r ,d
I has joined Dr Ralph Cross In } }sr4

I the practice of medicine In .
Homestead -

I I Chi on, was most recently
resident surgeon at Baptist Hospital
I for the past 3V years and
served is general practice resident '.'
at the Dade County Hoa.pltal ir'

In Kendall before becoming v.
DR. SANFORD ZIFF I associated with Baptist. s t

Gelnf t* tendon Hospital
I Earlier he had two yean of r
Internship and two years of
Dr. Ziff To residency In Msrymount Hospital '

In Cleveland ;
Give PnpcrI He will specialize in obstet -
I rice gynecology and surgery .
In London'_ with Dr. Cross
THE TREAT of high tides Wednesday made it necessary to get boats to safe
his wife
The young water or land. Francis Lohmor was one of those moving his boat late in the day, Ek'
Dr. Sanford L. Ziff who WaR cente\erna, and moved 3-'ear.ld to Homestead son Vin but some of the land he had to traverse wasn't so safe. His car and a truck .. ,.
recently elected to fellowship in:Friday and are making their ran together while the extremity of Hurricane Cleo raked the area. (Staff photo) .o I
the Annotation of Contact Lens home on NW 17th St.

association's Practitioners second will international attend the. Dr Chiong has applied for Car, Boat Damaged As Cleo; Ii
staff membership at James
1 congress in London Monday Archer Smith Hospital and is

sad Tuesday now privileged there on a probationary _
: status Threatened To Strike Area
He will present a paper before -

the conference at the
A car hauling a boat and truck hit the cars right side The car and trailer sustained
Piccadilly Hotel, which '11'11be\ I trailer collided ftith a pickup Lohmar was ticketed on I damage estimated by police at
submitted ai an entry: for Time I charge of making an improper I$350. Damage to the truck was
truck at 15th Street and Krome
their Gold Medal Award r-- I left turn causing an accident. ] minor. I
I Avenue, Homestead, early Wednesday
Subject of Dr. Ziff's paper ClockPalms evening the sole traf-

is "Corrective Eye Care tic accident reported to local 5th Pre-School I

Through the Use of Contact Thtatrt I police during the storm.

Lenses." Today and Friday: "Look- I The driver of the car, Fran.
ng For Love," 7:37: and 1:37:
Dr. Ziff, of Dadeland Mall, cia Lohmar of 2S536 SW 44th Class SoughtErnest
it chairman of the occupation p.m.Saturday: Children show I:Ave.. Leisure City, was given i

al vision committee of the cartoons, "Lost Planets No. 4' emergency treatment at James I
Dade County Optometric AsDelation and "Jason and the Argonauts," 'Archer Smith Hospital for ml Whitley of Florida F. Kennedy Memorial Scholar.
and recently supervised -12:30: p.m.; Looking For ''nor injuries City is spearheading a move U ship Program. Classes **t up
the aix-week free visual Love," 3:37: 4:37, 7:37: and 9:37 get a public class for preschool M far are of the latttr type,
Screening project of more than I The crash occurred as Loh. children of kindergarten age and will be taught by itudtnt
2,000 school children. in Dade p.m.Sunday: "Looking for Love," mar, driving west on NE 15th for the community this fall at Junior Col.
Street, turned left at the Inter.
County 3:37: 5:37, 7:37: and 1:37: p.m. 'section of Krome, In front of He has requested that anyone 10'".

Monday through Wednesday: the truck, driven by William Interested telephone him at If Florid City parents do de.. ONLY THE WIND AND THE RAIN occupied, most South Dade streets and
Virginia State Looking For Love," 7:37: and 'Ballard of 105 20th Street, 247.7637. If enough respond. he sire the program, the site chosen
9 37 .m. said The said a petition will be drawnup for the class or classes roads at most times Wednesday night os residents stayed home with the precautions
Official To Talk : p Homestead police asking such a class. would have to have approvalof they had taken for the approach of Hurricane Cleo..This scene of a lee-
Breezeway Drive.In The county school system Is the district school auperln tion of Krome Avenue In Homestead'was typical through most of the night ee

J Eldred Hill Jr., commls Today through Saturday: "VIva Vliss TeenageCompetition inaugurating a number of the tendent as meeting county Cleo stayed Just for enough east to give the area only some stiff winds and
loner of the Virginia Employ. Las Vegas," 7:30: and 11:19: kindergarten lasses this health department standards what was considered light rainfall.. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer)
meat Commission, will address p.m.; "The Man Who Shot Liberty y ear.
the 21st annual convention of Valance," 8:18: p.m. : lecault most schools lack .
the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Sunday through Wednesday: extra claureom apace, hw I .
Association at Miami Bead, and ever, only a limited number .; .'
What A Way To Go, 7:15: To .. ;
Sept 24, 11:08 p.m.; "Love With The Begin are to b* hold In South Did I''I' .
Proper Stranger," 1:26: pm. four Ntgr schools are having -'.. l' .... .. .,.
He will address he fourth First.round eliminations In the cUtMi.Wm !t. 'I. .. ".,
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business session of the convention Cinema the Miss Teenage Miami contest Pennebaker principal .,. ;' ':' .
as a member of a panel on will be held Saturday In of Florida City Elementar I ,;' ."i" I
Today through._Wednesday: '
the topic of "The Critical Labor Mad Richards' downtown Miami School, said Wedneslay he wouldbe f / .. (
"It's A Mad Mad "
Situation". World," 2:05: 5:25: and 1:30: store. happy to work with Whitley ( '. I.: .\ ..
and other parents if a sufficient . '
p.m. eliminations will be ".
Similar .
number are interested He "'''' ." .
Sunlland Theatre held each Saturday through pointed out, however, that his l// .
Sept 26Girls school is too crowded, and that ... '; :.
Today through Tuesday: such class would have : .. ,. < ; r ijt; : ; J
"Marnle," 2:15: 4:45: 7:15: and between the ages of 13. any to .. ; : : ,. .
week be held at another location '1';' "
and 17 may enter any until
9 45 p.m. ,1. .
that time. Th*'eeunty school program 11' ': ''L : ,., Dixie Dlv.ln calls for three pipes *f class. !) WJ;;; ,< '
Miami will be / .. : .
Today through Saturday: "Ro Teenage II, two on a tuition basis and .i \
bin And The Seven Hoods" named at the Deauville Hotel on. free typo, under the John ( ,. ".... _'. ". ... .. -
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Oct. 24.Besides ------- ; ,
7:25: and 11:45 p.m.; Rampage T]
," 9:55 p.m.Wednesday winning the right to Bill Ilnnst \) &&v. \ 1a, !..i1' .

: "Hard Days represent this area in the Miss : ; w1 .
Night." 7:10: and. 10:55: p.m.; Teenage America pageant in _; 'Hrrlla
Flight From Ashy la." 8:10: Dallas the week of Nov. 7, the Bitten Again'Bill '
lion p.m. local winner will receive a i
tfje &eb lair dryer, stesm iron, trans- ,,
Miami Serpentarlum
Istor radio and stereo set, re Haast
IESTAUIANT and LOUNGE machine director, was back extracting I
cord library, sewing
Lunch from 11:30 Mon and camera venom from poisonous
thru Fri. snakes this week after being e
DINNER DAILY I The national winner will receive bitten Sunday by a western ,
4 p.m. to 2 a.m.S ". IBBWMATINEE a $10,000 scholarship new moccasin
,Ilita hr. I S.W. III II.SI 1.1111 automobile and complete wardrobe Metro Deputy Houston Hunter .
----- rushed Haast_ to Variety
I Children Hospital, where he
SATURDAY FRED CLARK I Judging is based on personality underwent emergency treatment I' '.,t
appearance, talent and for his 83rd bite from a ,
Ruth White Murray Hamilton I intelligence There is no bathing poisonous snake He was released !
Mole Powers Ruth McDevitt I suit competition. Monday .
J* Mw tint Mt ., Hie M* SiMewev erneaOpeni Haast secretary said he was ]
I Miss
Last year s Teenage was
Mary Jane Daley, a student at I feeling fine but Mrs Haast
Absence of CeII 1+
: a 0 'Palmetto High School She placed ,''t quite recovered from the a 4
SPECIAL lOW high In the finals at Dallas. shakes. rr
SPOOL RATES ICI'U'"A"J: : JORDAN fept 21CHAICI MAaiHMICH Hard, 53, Is the only man
Ill THUTRI S HllKXMmil ,.... ,.... .'-1.nw. a MM. I Entry blanks are available at known to have survived the '
AITIU JIM ... 4N. rn. t IH IM '.11. .).., ..., 141. 'I A FEW TREES fell In South Dado as a result of northern parts of South Dado the damage woe win-
all Richard which bit of Cobra, of
stores cosponsors a King on*
Hum Hit I lit IN II. one I. ,
Hurricane Cleo's march north. This fell onto the winds
one of
elll or, despite to
up approximately 12S
that local I contest with the deadliest species found In miles I
.lt8. Miner In Homestead. But ,of the
radio station WFUN. the world street most damage In per hour in Miami, graphically demonstrating the
445-Zm Isle MAIN' NI.NWAY'MIAMI I ; HI 5.2581 I South Dade was confined to shrubs. Even in the smallness of the hurricane.


DINNER SERVED DAILY 5 til'11' I Judge Hef f ernan Heads New U. F.; I

David J Heffernan, of Coral time that the aged, as i group
Gala LABOR DAYWEEKEND Cables retired Civil Court of have been asked to join
HEW Redland Tavern sad lounge: : f
Record judge, has been named, and provides is a
(NITA and RALPH, Your Hosts) (Roger Fox, senior : deDc : r for wonderful opportunity to help
29600 S. Federal Hwy.. Chef) 1 United j County, I' solve some of the problems of
1 tt FREE Heffernan will work for our community
lai] LOUNGEAND FEATURING FREE GOIFI ":, United Fund among senior citl

o Complete Salad Bar 0 Steaks 0 Sea Food_ tens organizing United Fund fined '350

I Entertaining Nightly-BQB.SILVA at the Keyboard Fun for the whole familylCwawl.owp.nised !I IK support and recruiting volunteer
workers 1 B. B. Barfield of Florida
A judge of the Civil Court of City waa lined $50 by federal

STEAK HOUSEFILET ddie Pr flro TM* "Iw ...,.... ..... Record for 38 years, Heffernan I Judge David Dyer In Miami
Ariirihet.Holiday Party h,. ..,..... Moo called on all senior citizens to Monday after he pleaded guilty
'pMI 4 Day r 3 give their support to the 1964 II to hauling and .
Nigh,. selling ??!?
r OM Siylm fall campaign
SUMMER RATES spected avocado in Naples
rp MICNAEIAANOlD1Il 0.1$2 J He said "This Is the first and Fort Myers.

MIGNON ..........................$2.75 TAKE A REFRESHING.1.I"] Ifce set C,tmMInwS.Rom*. 'dO onb..ct of I -... ,to -''-k' 'er-w.-.''''a1w....----.-.,.-_wvun-- ____u__

LONDON BROIL ..........................$2.25. it"tmtrln't. Hut FUMhrftl"44aTw41 wiTV.HONIt INCUJDfS JlaryS5Ng1ENHfMOta" ..00.'...._,ow...... -- ova v

.DINNERS from 6:30: p.m. till 2 a.m. ; :-lIWIie.. : jDinc and Dance
f '" UNie e-5711 31.gMoklMgMNes"'t ::: 1

I FORYOURDANCINGANDLISTENING n e r 'You could have danced 1

: PLEASURE jJeWrWAMI BEACH 54, FLORIDA f.bArttnhIut =:.-::.... L ,
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I 1 night'and
The Fabulous Kentones -H : i a. -... wvv 1 9 -
i fJf/C AY-L Anytime fj/MP AT r The Chessmen cater to your
un7:WRECK BAR SESSION _. musical mood Thurs,. Frl Ssl,
: ...."lath .... 510 c (-130 til I, Our Chef '
LOUNGE pow IIICIW. ..... II.... e.ltriLEISURE
: .PAR TEE STEAK HOUSE Rey.5.5 'RU UU..ARK''a Ion loo CARS JAM tot your palate.
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boy late To top it off I break the yolk of your tnl "But I I'm trying to obey you, Moml You laid you didn't

Maybe w. can hiv the President declare the plac! want to hear about m. fighting and I'm trying not ITS LUCKY MiDlPUTT PUHMH.MOWIPIVICAH line,trw STAMPRO R RL, swssro eowras AND l DAYw
a di.t.t r area!" to tell your LBAVI OUR MUD PAT PAKKIU1 LOT* JANUARY I5t IU HAVTA Sao HOUR.l AT S01 TNI PIMTNOURi

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Service Department 5 PM tH 2 AM I I Your Car
I. Unci, Radiator Shop)

lam.SpmMon'rl.Bs .12 Noon Sat. Now thru. Oct 20 ,I G & L

CLOSED SUNDAYS Sundays 12 to 2 AM 'Motors Corp.

520 So. Krome Avenue Il Mil No. of Princeton

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WHEN THE RAIN from above exceeds hoi which rfenrnrcod ere Teddy Merritt el Florida City end

call be ecomvdoted II.I.W'11t storm te*.r' this It Ldrry Faulkney of Homeitaad.JSfoffJihoJo bjf Dan
whet ha"..... Riding their bike Jhroujti harped up Phifer
reinwoUr at NE Second Drive and Flogler Street in

Farmers Reminded Of Law Covering II LA1aTO I

I NOTE: OOnpoenN"T
EE WA et3JT TO O :
Employment Youth Under Age 16

jlLaIt year almost f.000 ml' on (the provisions of the I lento Is working exclutively for hli'I may 'legally work la agriculture l YOU CAN TRUST IVHATw fiOKINA BC ANY / AS MY VERY swntriINPO SATIOIJNI9 ENEMI 58P
non tinder It years of age were farmer and contractor tobt parents ,or uirdiini on their outdid J of school houri or on 4 ME,ct$3... HELP d T smnl>W QUEEN XOWN UNDERCOVER,PERSONAL eloPU'EP ewi rt erne ui o Moir!iHw 'n jI
found employed on farms during expect to hire young worker, tat m. I weekends and holidays} but ; CReRATIVt1r LS
school hours In violation of to help with the fall harvest Each year tie divisions find, their place Is 10 the classroom
the Pair Labor Standards Act" The act sets a It year age some youngsters win ire frork when school is Id aewlort.;
This fact was pointed out by minimum for the employment Ing In the fields arid has e iever Additional Information and
henry A. Huettner, regional of children in agriculture during attended Iny school. Others literature how the Fair Labor .
director of the U. S. Labor Department school houri and applies to may have gone to school but Standards Act applies to
"t Wile and Hour and children of migratory workers are usually In grades below children working Id agricultureare J--
Public Contract DlrLiionj In II well Is td local children. The normal ,for their, age*., available from the U. S.
AtlaoU lit booing a reminder only exception II where I child Huettnet said, that children Labor Department Wage and
Hour and Public Contracts Dlvisions. _
Room 1527 Federal 'Office .
PLEASE HURRY IN Building, 51 SW First Ave, I I l
VOW OPEN WENEEDTHEBUSIMESSPALMETTO Miahil, Clem J Denlcke, Super. ll / yI'I. III i a u
visor. ,11w In. 1 'u l ow

Like hunt? We're slurp thi sjWAnrBOPY WHo.aor f YOURS BACK TO von OH.w U 1IAT I DONr WATfi tJ!' TIMEI TIU
la way in north and of i I W PRIENDS YOU HNJG. 7 EVtRYtX* t RAN IN WH

Palm Plaza Center "Re .-" CES oii ;' 10 WAS COAICEKNEDA.OUT rr OJT'a + t

Coif Richmond' Dr. and So. Dish Hw,. vrGuarentee I e % vI
Is Tuesday

SPORT TOM FROM $49.00 I Farmers were reminded this. yat
week of the approaching deadline
,COMPLETE INTERIOR SERVICES for voting in the electionof : t

.. Seat Coven CerpefiHeadlines the Agricultural Stabilizationand I .
Door Panels Conservation Service county T _
committee today by Everett __
Convertible/ Tops I ,
chairman .
Dmiberly / ML 1. 7 Y t I IM.
I Voting being conducted by

::1(and mall,ballots the chairman hate been explained sent to, OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS

leach knoftrt eligible 'voter Incase
an eligible'! voter failed to
Will PROGRAM LOG receive a ballot ,through the NOW PN wTTENTIJ WMY,I THOU6,1T THE ONLY f YOU WANTA
A\\ AAOB eCl1JE1
milt hi! should contact! the saauETMIwsAkur60LP3OMRTPN., ., SUReo ewe
i Generally. a farm owner, 06BY AMP l IS USED PER THE EM-i.... OP TIME YOUR _, NAV9 TO B8 ONE WOODEN)
M .. .tJ Smith' ON :THE HOUR part or Is eligible to take part ECaPT WHEN HE TRYI4 dOLP lUiffiV AREWATCHP

'.10:3: .. ....... ...Ru BOARD
J030-J:: ?.?... .,.John Triplett administered by th< ASC com M
1/4 PAST lrllttef.i .
IS ... .. ..d.Hank CuiihlllII Envelope containing marked ar r li
., ... Happy Harold HEADLINE NEWS ON THE i ballots may be mailed or returned
CeunlryrWeittrn to Sljrr Off I
v HOUR to the ASC8 county
I flee anytime before Tuesday
Ballots will be tabulated pub-
licly by the Incumbent county
AM I" ,committee on Sept. 1, at 11:30:
Join The "WHO Contest
Daily ,, 1102 North Krome Ave,

((500 T0t Value Stomps) t i Homestead.

Spciols: Baker Mobil To. Tapping Time; Mat ,DOLUR 'HELPS, .,..A ji

$ South ,.w* Ye .. C# t.* -*i! t;i
Saturday wdp Shop; Dada Speaki
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