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Those Golden R11JleDays Are BackMonday ; ; : :


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will b* Doomsday, school for the opening of for back Into ihoea-* new classmates In thatmpotaa/ "'" :, Because Labor Day falls somewhat lei thaa .enthusiastic most boy and girls are readyto which will enter its second
or a day of rejolcing-Jl. classes after the long summer pair probably after a barefoot first' Wt.fc. *1 to late this year Dad County anticipation this we rejoin their classmates, year of split shifts. Seniors

pending on where you tit ..acatipn.Everywhere. of washing and And there were the tout schools are having an anti something extra to grumble Starting time for classes will go front 7t80 to 2:15, Juniors
Anyway, it's the day when in the county summer books paper pencils pen|| usual Aug 3) opening, To about. at mOlt public schools will from 8:80 to 8:15 and
some 190,000 Dade County lilt week was one of final staking a row of heals rulers, gym ante to beg.,ATW those reluctant scholars who But beneath the surface. be 8:30( a.m. Exceptions are sophomores from ':30 to 4:15.
boy and girl trek back to preparation of getting Jun dresses for Sister to face '.er bus schedules to cheek Into. face the return to classes with grumbling chances are that Cutler Ridge and Glades Junior Sacred Heart Catholic
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High Schools, which will School in Homestead start
/ i convene at 8 a.m. classes at 8:20 a.m. MondayThe
First grades will go to pupils will go only until
Greater school only until noon the 11:10 am. the first week,
first four week; thereafter and there will be no school
IDlt Nmi until 1 p.m. Second grades Friday.
tr Homestead will go until I p.m. all year, Tuesday, the day after La.
tf:1 and grades three through alx, bor Day, classes will be on
T'ditionPublished until :3pm.Junior full schedule: concluding at
and ,senior high 2 30 p.m.
Every Sunday schools will let out at S:IS At Holy Rosary School In

Covering Homestead, Florida Cty: Leisure City, HAFB, Naronja, Princeton Goulds ond the Redlonds and p.m., Glades except for where Cutler quitting Ridge 8:30 Ferries ajn classes Monday soil,! and start will at

time will be 245. get out at 11:30 a.m. all this
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Vol. 53 No. 70 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA,_SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1964. '12 Foots--TEN-CENTS- -PER-COPY On its own special schedule week Full sessions until 1145
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is South Dade High School p.m. start Sept. II,
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RALPH TEMPLESIn I TlU'!' h -

a way I feel almost guilty _

about having no hurricane _
damage when *o many ao
close had ao much. GETS NEW LIFE

around The But not strange wrecking bad enough good thing fortune to go


that spared South Dad from
Cleo's wrath is on. of na

ture'l surprises fKey official in James Ajroh Everything eke 1* iecon up mortgage payment en the ors agreed t* meet again
ace,.. Maybe tIIllweek.nd er Smith Hospital's fund drive and that the
k dirt must be negotiated, $450,000 martgag Thursday t* heir the con enitr
f \1 or w"r drew back for a long look at lie compromised and worked out 2SO bed sere would necessl- tec's recommendations,
next I Cia get alma and retrenched Thursday I to agreement Ut..

I thing the hon around* t P a< night In a harmony meeting Sice of''the. stew hospital A finance study committee 1 II J "I believe we've created confusion
ri q ti that brought unanimity on at by bringing out something
:, their[ should be 100 bed. being appointed to come UI J
back to
'a leist two sticky point and ner with a "package we can all believe nobody could believe In
pre-Cleo spots union on S third. Majority opinion was that back Once we all agree on the buildIng -
in, 100 cent,,
_In tint for the original proposal of a 100- per It* size and construction
C.mpal'lauoelale chairmen and achieve, sail Mrs Faye I
September ic : bed hospital chassis : I believe we'll
a (ate now on associate get all,the
'' directors and medical staff men Bogner, campaign I
probably. "
blow
expandable to 290 beds was financial support needed said.
This was ratrt agreed tht: "unreallstK" ,chairman Preston Bird.Campaign .
my first hortican r f The community must haves Official had questioned Staff members, directors
Tempter' xper- new, larger hotp'UL the hospital's blliry te keep and campaign key work. workers had reported

!ears. and after all the the difficulty of getting
firm pledge because of
preparations there was a vary.
eHghT Reeling let lug views among staff, and directors -
of being
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down. K. Of C. Names. a* to the scope: of.the
o 0 eOn ;' new hospital project

Wednesday morning 'I'r And confusion resulting from
when Cleo was still south of the firing of Administrator B.
her a couple In Pompano Irvin Barnett Barton Smythe over an administrative .
Beach called their relatives +P 4 % i ding-.cement two
in Homestead 'and\ suggested r weeks ago had added to. the
they go up there to hirher'aroulld difficulty.
Instead of riding out 'Man Of Year9sr
the' storm here. r "I 1 believe we're .en the
At the time the telephoneconversation right track new," Mrs. Bognerstated.
it was Th marvelous r*.
revealed
in Pompano 'sr .South DadeGrower Irvin Barnett seen* of people who turned
oM-evmiy rainy and windy III Htnmstojui 'iii jsdll b .,honw4:SelDt2&'kvt tJWL j'Irst'' :"::JtJaft of the, .; out .. this meeting In the

The Homestead couple d-. Year I jejectedjbfttae} \ dmesteki Council. Knizbt face IIf hwrUan cleanup and '
diced they'd Uy home. ; '.flf Col dm bin. ". -., .- tho dlmix .f the Dmocrtf

As it turned out of course, I Barnett will receive the 'Inf'dil quet and dance are -- significant convention/ of*n their television' deep' Interest I*

Homestead was spared much and : award during a testlmon the Chamber of .ana'I'I'| sf j'at In jetting' a new he*.

full Pompano force.was hit' pretty sal program' that and will awards presentation and office at 8881 Army N.Navy pltal fer the community.

0, e A highlight. Parkway Drive Ticket sales Whether Thursday's "bar-
the annual installation
It was something of a strug Knights'. are limited to 200 and reserveIRVIN BARNETT mony' meeting" has actually
(I* getting through the Dem- E dinner. dance at the. Elks lions are necessary: tt Man of the Year united the community interest
acritic' convention at times Lodge. behlng the hospital may b* evL

despite President Johnson's TOMORROW IS THE DAY when this scene, 'usually with o child or two lets, He wad selected' to receive dent Monday at I p.m. when the
supreme efforts to make it a will be enocted throughout Dod County; The day-tint day of school-will the award' from a list'of nomInees 308 voting stockholders of the

good show.During .officially end the summer ....011. Giving' a preview of the day ore the children submitted to 19 >3fi4 C. C. BuildingBids hospital corporation have been
his1 appearances at ,f Mr. and Mrs. Barney Godwin Left to right are Tommy, 8; Mary 15; Grand Knight Bill Muck,1984- ailed. to a tpeclal meeting atSt

the convention and particularly Louise, 17, Julie Ann,.10, and Patty, 6., Watching them leave ore Mrs. Godwin 65 Grand Knight Jim rinor..Ie House Johnt Episcopal. Parish
Thursday night--Mr. and Debbie, 3. (Staff photo by Don Phif,. ,, Knghts Log Editor Do- Too ,
Johnson appeared to be a memo .DiMauro and their comnttt High Called by 10 stockholders
satisfied leader. ,.._..m workers the
meeting is to discus and
He had been nominated In :Processing Point Blacked Out act on a resolution asking ill
his own tight had firm control : In the 'committee's, report.. ,Bid opened Wednesday fora the |5OOO.a.'ear lub.ldlt hat directors of the present board
of the convention, had Barnett was cited for his willing new Homestead.Rsdland Dlarict been granting the chamber for 10 -resignand submit themselves .
.seen to It.that things went work for numerous civic Chamber of Commerce promotion and publicity, h4 for re.elect'on it the
his own way and had got the Mail Deliveries Return'To project such a* United Fund, building estimated to cost tIll said. first annual stockholders meet! .
most ,of an almost nonexlstc Red Cross and United Jewish 000 were In the realm of $20. ng in late September to give
ant factor. Appeal and for his assistanceto 000 Whether the chamber can
suspense instead. i stockholders a chance to vote
Mr. Johnson stressed his local churches.He Dismayed offlejals of the survive without the subsidy for on a complete board of their

Statement that the Democratic Normal .After Tiles I II a member of the board chamber and the City Council three years has been question. holce,
I II ,.party for all toe ed by some members of the city
Party a ; and constant worker in the greed. to turn design plan According te the hespiul's
people. and to back up his South Dade Pioneer Museum back to the architect EdwardM. council and several chamber of new charter, accepted last

contention proceeded to promise Mail deliveries got back to ,,. The Biscayne Annex' which from Key West to process, was prime mover and honorary Gheul for redrafting to commerce directors. winter, four directors are t*
something for every.body. normal Friday in Greater processes and forwards all sent its carriers home early member In the establishment of, eliminate frills and cut the cost T. "get .ur ducks In a row .k* elected In September,
Homestead and Perrine, des- southbound mall to :Perrine Thursday and instructed then Dr. Paul Dudley White Bicycle to the 115,000 flgur and knew extctly where the" two from Hmstsd and two
The way Sen. Humphrey, spite the worst that Hurricane and Homestead had :cut off to be braced for a double Club of Homestead, through "This was 5 matter ef misunderstandings chamber standfull chamber from the unincorporated area
Sen. Pastor and others attacked Cleo had to offer all dispatches 'Wednesday load on Friday, when powerin which the city ha received nationwide ," commented ef commerce beard meetIncj -, served by the hspltsl.
Sen. Goldwater personally night Miami was restored nd chamber director and ceun has been called Per TiM Four holdover directors
( numerous
on
I would guess they Homestead carriers had an the Biscayne Annex.beganto, occasions,publicity and established aschoiarship cllman James GeMI",. p m. Wednesday In the cham would be affected by the "step-
might' be a little worried extra.heavy load to sort and It did. manage to ,deliver a catch) up.Working.. fund for Future "There ws' misinformationall ber's present efflce *n the own.and.rerun" proposal _
about the appeal of the Republican deliver Friday catching up. good portion of Perrine and around as to what.th* cham second fleer et the Arcade Bond President George Pens
Farmers
'nominee d e s p i 11 e with a backlog that had piled Cutler Ridge man by truck with' emergency of Ameiica. ber' part In decision about Building en Krom Avenu Ralph Wetmore Ed Delany

what the polls show. up, la Biscayne: Annex Post about 11 a m, Thursday: generators, the annex begiqst He I g s working memberof tile new building will be, and Gooding said'the $5,000 difference and Judge Liebmsn.
It' sort of amusing how Office In Miami during its most of .It..pttfreiv*;lelW S p.m. Thursday aid by '., the Homestead Redland I what part the citywillbs responsible between bid and the Terms are expiring! for Mrs.
pleased one party can be with power-*e.S4Thiurscay.Perrine ) Cleo, Ml'Mlamt and-left :the Friday had worked Its ..ury 'District Chamber of Commerce. for." i $14,000 the chamber and city Lucille White, Mr*. Eras
some of thcj result of the ) carriers were ,de*" 'big post ;joffice-'dark'.ami its' through mountain of mail tai Miami. .Dd Chamber *f Com- I Th* misunderstanding Sprang had agreed on came about be- Butcher, Mrs Faye Bogner and
other's convention. ayed. Thursday when' souti- electric sortjijZ): 1116': el leet- i normal flow.Islnndia. Birce'a South Dade ,Council from a proposal by the chamber cause "people kept adding frill Mri Merle Dyal
For Instance many Dent bound mail srrived six hours ,ling .machinery InopefaUvePerrine and Committee .to Ex:Toll that the city pay for construction and getting new Idea and asking Not affected by stockholder
ocrats after the Republican behind carrier'were.called Homestead. of the much.needed the architect to Incorporate elections are lifetime board
convention expressed plea- schedule, but their In at II amj Thursday MeetIs building (at $13,000) in lieu of them." member Dr. James Archer
cur with Sen. Coldwater'a load Friday was"junt about when the'truck arrived, and Barnett serves as chalrmat Smith, City Council Appointee
normal for the Frlsy for' industrial Herman Mark and medical
choice of Congressman, Mil- average deliveries delayed the development
ler for tie president ,'"according to. Assistant were. proportionately iommittee of the local I chamber One Already Convicted staff representative. Dr. Joe

And Sen Goldwater publicly Superintendent Jesse Melan- Homestead, with-- only:a few Postponed and| I I. an ardent backer 'ot! Burton.
thanked the Democrat son. piece of northbound mail I he move to bring Industry to However Burton's appoint- I
for nominating Sen. Humph Hurricane Cleo caused can South .Dade.Beside ment &is expiring, and he has
re,. collation of a meeting between he has fought for bet 10 Persons Face asked, because of health reasons -
And 111 thank tthem all If Postal Branch officials of Dad and Monroe ier, safer road and for *dequst to be bypaisej for reiplointment -
theyl keep the campaign a Counties which had been set flood control measures he sail

bit clean. for Friday noon at the Cheeca to help local farmer and to Junk Car
ooo Lodge la Islamorada. I release now.marginal land for ChargeThe Pincus Aloof
One of tth* happiest face Is[ levelopment -
BurglarizedTbe Th. official wer:to discus
of
svt the convention was that the. Island! development. .with' Barnett .1.I also active In a Ten Homestead residents have 10 who are to appearMonday To Lead ServicesAt
Pierre- Salinger. I an engineer from the firm *f drive I to develop Card Sound been served warrants to appearn are carged with keeping .
The .saddest without question Road and promote a bridge to Municipal Court Monday on the old derelict cars on
pmt'ffl branch at Na.nnJI were sent to the scene to investigste. Wilbur Smith' and Associate
Ken
of Robert
that .
was Monroe County, and 1 I. such barges of violating the city's residential property. In spirit Jewish CenterThe
was hit by burglars sometime Seward called In the
reedy Monroe County escaped the an avid proponent of Seadad Junk car ordinance action against commercial
o ,I. Friday night or Saturday crime lab to start, processingthe
term, but Miami and part, of hat at his own expense, he violators of the ordinance Robert
Comment overheard about morning and $1,822.19 ia cribaid ares of the break-In while I First conviction under the ordnance Homestead Jewish Center -
(forth Dade were hard hit, re'toured oil refineries in varioui said, three have voluntarily
his the services
acquired of
stamps was taken a postal inspects was filled
a pair of last Monday whenmunicipal
wearing came
woman
sv quiring1 the of the of the to investi- cleaned up their business
lhorl.lud II' from Hollywood to Investigatefor presence part country Plneul Aloof to conduct regular -
those tight tight abort The burglars pried open theback the Post Office Department commissioners and the county gab; charge that such indus Judge David Llebman 'premises and two others asked Friday night services and
halter banded down guilty verdict
matching looking door of the building pull- The manager. trill pollute air and water a for and were granted untilSept as teacher this coming
safe presented little dif season
through a dress. rack in a ed the safe from thewall Barett and a $25 cash fine to Willie 1 to do so .
away ficultv ;to the burglar since it : Informed of the award for Hebrew and Sunday school
local store The meeting has been tentatively Cox of SW Ninth Avenue.The .
pushed It Over on Its back Meanwhile Roberts Is continuing
Is the type used primarily lor was overcome. For the high holy days startng -
,
Well, if I ever saw a worn- then pried the door open,. apparently storage o(; records and is not reset for next Friday, When he was asked about Judge ordered Cox to to comb the city In Sept. 8, Louis Schwartxmsa:
an who ought to get a dress with the lam tool, s' regular money safs. ,although the time has not been favorite "words to live by. ," lean up several Junk ears tires search of more violations will be assisted by Cantor
there's one." used to force the door te the determined. which! littered "We haven't relented bit,"
The ..'.was peels] away h. replied) aDd old auto psrU Aloof In conducting services ,
000 building open.Homestead. from the bottom end sprung "To do unto others a* you the parking lot at his mlence. h* Mid.H Those Interested In sttendng .
Speaking ef those tight Pstmtr A. *pn .by the largo tool. would have them' ,do unto you or face additional chsrg.s recalled that persistent ef. the high holy days services
elotes some women wear withfndb. for each he continued to fort In the past has pretty well or In Hebrew
Y.. sU h This was the iserngdsafe WIATH.tt and don't compromise day or Sunday school
PMIIIps. was cr
I often wonder what test taro there little burglary, in three.days. la.. the ,' was
thread Is used In putting In th aft very but there same ganeralarea., A if* was "A helping hand wher neeiMry *- He has since compiled, said were parked la vlolalon of the asked to ,call Sidney Ksnter,
*
them together. money fw taken from Ray and Ed's Thursday ..88 75 M whenever I. am able, building and seeing heed ordinance covering them, and CI 7SMV Abe Silver CI 7-
oo wr quite .* stamp Country Storeon "Silver Pslm Friday 91 77 II one of the predominant **t- lame Rsberts, whe early forecast that his Junk ear crackdown .71, or Abe Rosen CI 7-etMI.
School begin tomorrow, so Sheriffs deputy'*,Paul Higgs" and Krome Aveuie- Wednesday Saturday ... ES 77 49 factions of' my life. [ this mnth launched the |unkaufe will meet with similar Friday night services are
please drive uretuDI.t and detective Walter Seward night I Ticket* for the award. bait- rckdwn. success, open to all and start at 8:30.

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'I Jlt t '' 'a J. L. Hubbard
''stk'll' +l t- Seeks.


Dies After


ReleaseThe

Heart Attack


release of Richard
lese L. Hubbard 47, one of
Worthington, charged with the the largest and most aucceu

murder of bit otter parent ful tomato grower In South

U being ought by hli attorney Dade, died early Saturday of
Albert E. Schrader if. I a heart attack

A native of Georgia, he had
Schrader will argue his p. been a realdent of Homestead

Utlon for a writ of habeas eor for 1. year, making his homeat

put Monday before Circuit 1920 NW Sixth Ave.

I Judge John J. Kehoe.In Beside his vast acreage! of

tomatoes, mostly north and went
he petition for Worth. of Homestead Mr. Hubbsrd

Infton'a release, the attorney1 grew beam hare and raised

y- charted that, his client It other produce on his cattle

., being held Illegally en an ranch In Georgia.

open charge .f suspicion e f Originally, ke wa associated
first degree murder. H* asks in farming },ere 'with Loun
for the outright freedom .f I Brandenburg

22yoor-eld Worthington, .rrltM Funeral service will be con.
on reasonable "". /ducted at 8.30 pm. today In
Branam Chapel by Rev
Worthington and 20-year-old Otis
Garland Burial will be In
friend Joel Gebhardt, both tic Gnf.
in Ga.
formal first degree murder ,
charge sworn by Metro officers He i II survived "byhis 'wife,
Florida law normally Vlrgrfnlaj two sons, Wayne and
does not provide bond for PfOo Warren, and a daughter, Mr.
pie charged with capita DeWayne Brook, all of Home
crlmei. stead; three brother, Truman
.K of Hoganaville, Ga., Hewlettand

Worthington A preliminary U scheduled hearing for at RACKED) BY *ftSSi&MlGHT, Sfc Edward Moumblow look over 0 recruit' Henry G. of Atlanta, Ga.j

PREPARING THE MASSIVE FOUNDATION that will support one of two hugo I I p.m. Thursday to : :Application form'\ II 'Mi', now quarter ot C utlcr Rid,.. The Army recruiting four aiatori, Mri. Vera Callahan -

generator are crewmen at the Homestead Power Plant. The foundation, reaching whether evidence warrant bij I' Motion, outnmoir "In Continental U. S., was opened officially Friday by Metro Callahan of Gay of, Ga., Mrs Maude

more than fire feet underground to be anchored to coral rock, mutt hard. being bound over to Cumin Commissioner R, HarfV Mathason and officer of Army and Recruiting unit In Mrs. Jewell Vickery Williamson and Mrs.Ga,

en and "cure" for a month before it con uofely bear the stress of the big motors, Court for trial .\ .the area (Stoff photo. *yT..>. on Phifer) Bessie Garner, both of Griffin .

each of which will add 3,500 kilowatt to the now-near-peak capacity of the His ester parent*' bodies \- ,r'I ,,. ,:---- Ga.Harry.

plant. (Staff photo by Dan Phifer) were found In a canal south I' Growers Put Up Money

of Florid. City along U. I. 1, 1\. y,Qp J I. I Sklar
wrapped In canvas am

I Abandons Craft weighted with rock from the Tomato ResearchTo Harry Sklar, {9, of 2370 SW
Capt George M. Sayre Jr, a lawn of their Miami homo. RecruitingStation 22nd Terrace died Wednesday.He .

pilot from the Slat Tactical Medical examiner (all d came here from New Jersey
Fighter Wing at HomesteadAir nine year ago and wa a
Charles Worthington, 51, had
Force Bite, escaped with been hot In the head and his Be Stepped UpSouth member of the George Gor.
minor Injuries when ha bailed wife, Angela 82 had been shwin Lodge, Knight of Fy
out of a disabled Navy fightai beaten and strangled. The nitlon'i southernmost thlai, B'nal B'rltth, Sholem
plane, near Klngsvllle, Texas, Army recruiting station opened Pad tomato grower ture and marketing For Instance Lodge.He .
Thunday. Attempt had been made to Friday In Cutler Ridge with i have donated $10,000 to atep small compact plant I 11 survived by Anna his
Say re i* assigned to the Navy live their disappearance the ribbon-cutting ceremony, color: up tomato breeding at the Subtropical with high yield are being ... wife; a son. Max, of Denver
FUNERAL HOME and was flying a Navy F-ll look of a fishing tragedy. Their guard, Induction of It* tint Experiment Station. perlmentod( with In the event Colo; two brother, Jack and
for a on exchange duty boat had been aet adrift and I mechanical harvesting come Ben
:year enlistee and an Informal re The grant will enable speedup ; a sister, Mrs. Sally Tart,
fighter. lie bailed out after the few personal item had been Into use. and
HOMESTEAD, FLA. Tel 247-7711 ceptlon nd open house. of work on top-quality dlceaseresistant two grandchildren!
engine on tthe aircraft failed. left In the Key cottage. Dr. Strobel paid tribute to Servlcea and burial will be
More than 100 spectators itw new varieties the cooperation of other experiment In Jersey City, KJ. In chargeof
Dade County Commissioner R. which has been underway for stations throughout the local arrangement is the
Hardy "at""oll ci the ribbon several year state which also work on tomato
South Dade Area Riverside Chapel.
DirectoryAttto Dr. J. W. Strebel! has boon .
it the new itatlon'i entrance. research and to univer 000
conducting the research, with si ties and private concern in
:1.iatln.: him were Col. JohnE. Dr. R. A. Conevor, plant other parts of the country
Connor Jr., commander of ologlit In charge of P.th.l which swap seed and breeding James F. Usher
the lath Artillery Group, andCapt seal, cooperating results to advance
Parts Floor Waxing development Airman 1C James F. Usher,
Wallace 0. Rawla com Of ipeclaf Interest to local i I of better torato**. 22, of 239 NW 8th St.. Homestead
mander of the Army recruiting la Dr. strobel's work
NOW OPEN ; SUN CLEANING CO. station in Coral Gables.First grower died of Injuries received
varieties resistant to two
Floor Window Washing on Wednesday when hit by a far.
Cutler Ridge Auto Parts Waxing old enemies: verticillium wilt
Inductee to bo pra. SouthmostLooks Services were held Saturdayat
COMPLETE JANITORIAL SERVICE and leaf
10867 Caribbean Blvd., Opp. war toiiod through the lotion grey spot."It's the Air Force Base Chapel,
wonderful
forward
Camm.rclolhu'"ltrlol."ltlt"tlollol' ) a step
wee Bruce Joromo Hill of Big with arrangement by P. D.
Auto Parts and Toolsr Coil 271-0772. Licensed and Insured Pin Key, whe was' admlnis- ," laid Dr. Strobel reference -' For Peden Perrin. Funeral Home
to the made by
CE 8-1673 FREE ESTIMATES tend the oath. of allegiance' the recently ..grrn'formed South Burial will be In Jacksonville,
by Connor
Fla.
Beauty Salons Hearing Aida Florid Tomato beaded ImprovementAesociatiop He I I. survived by hla wife,
Outside the new recruiting by 'pre.tdeDt FacilitiesTh
ARDIS BARNARD'S DEMONSTRATION office, a clutter of Hawk ml* Jsck'Cornelius. I Lnda Christine, and a 9-moath-.
MONITOR Triple Protection When diet stood\- pn display, and inside ., kotoarch will got In high: old child.
SALON 'l7tJillll t t t
BEAUTY You Buy A after HUrl induction,' .gear when e groonhOusei seed' I seven director of South
17931 So. Dixie Hwy., Perrlne, ,1,. I ZENITH HEARING .AID spectator were welcomed and dryer and ether facilities ore moat Vegetable Co-op will put
CE 5-0272 FISCHER SONS ier\d refreshments preparedby constructed. 0;. Cenover sold. their head together Tuesday Minnie S. Reeder
SOUIIO'
"rVIINe Of Immediate will be the night in an effort to solve i
help
"Personalised Styling"COMPLETE a cook of the Eighth Millile -
(41 NORTH KROWEAVE. Mrs. Minnie S. Reeder, S*,
HEARING AIDS knotty problem: how
Battalion. services of a technical as' : they'll
BEAUTY SERVICE CI MSI I HOMEStEAD of 83GO Sunset Drive, who moved
slitant, CorJon Fore, who will carry on their big packing and
Manned by SIc. Edward 0 here from Panama City,
start aiding Dr. Strobel Stpt. shipping operation this fall
JanitorSuppliesandChemlcab
Palm Plaza Beauty Salon I Moumblow, the station will be 1. His employment, along and winter in the wake of ablaze I Panama, in 1956, died Thurs
Daily Deliveries,Just Phone Us- 102VM-2J8.32e1: open from 7:43 .m. to 4:45: with the now facilities la which leveled their pack. day.
(FOR THE DISCRIMINATING) TRACY CHEMICAL CO. p.m. daily .except on the first made possible threugh the inghouse at the height of Jlur- Service were held Saturdayat
Under the Direction of the Well Known Swimming Pool Supplies Paper Good Service Stationjuppllea and third Wednesday and grant."Thin. rlcane Cleo the Phllbrick-StanfUl Fun-

HAIR STYLIST... MR. PETERS. Bar & Restaurant Supplies item for Motel, Thursday of each month: Saturday is another cat where eral Home.
boon
"I've" out
shopping for husband
She her
hour are 8 a.m. to noon. ie survived by
High Fashion Coiffure local grower discovered research -
PALM Hotel, Club School Horn and Hospital Use. All Type of It is across U. S. 1 from the la a sound Investment space all day," laid Co-op Dr. D. F. Reeder; twodaughter.
PLAZA BUILDING Floor Finishes Cleaners Soaps Detergents Floor Machine Cutler Ridge Shopping Center and I manager Irvln Barnett Fridayafternoon ., Mr. Cathelmo Trlnchlerl -
11761 voluntarily joined hands
So.
Dixie Highway Perrlne CEI 0554 Sales and Rental 22401 Old S. Dixie Highway Ooulda with Agricultural Experiment "and c.n't find a I and Mrs. John Gene, and

Boats Jeweler lifts Station to reap future harvest thing "big enough to house seven grandchildren.She .
Saw Cuts by supporting research" de- v* all. was a member of the

MAXSON MARINE MART FERGUSON JEWELERS dared experiment stations dl It would be impossible to rebuild Baptist Church.
rector Dr. J. R. Beckenback In in time to Hart packing

THUNDERBIRD-OMC Welch, Jewelry & Shaver Repair Man's announcing the grant operation in mid-November
Boats OSTONWHALERSEVINRUDEM010RS LegJohn He paid tribute to Dr. S ro- when the first crop start coming WaltressSays
328 Washington Ave., Homestead, Flo. bol'a tomoto brooding r'- in, Barnett added. i
search which motivated the .
Gall South Miami
No. Edge of Home.;'od on U. S. 1 CI 747X Phone CI 7-4533 Height, received a severe laceration grant. Wind.driven flames from explosion .' She

Builders Lawn Mower Sales and Service on his left thigh Thursday Through field teitlig with of a butane gas con-
I : afternoon and was takento the help of Intended Bowers tainer on the back porch left
-- LET'S BUILD LAWN MOWER REPAIR South Miami( Hospital for who have donated apace and the block.long building com
COMMERCIAL-HOMES-ADDITIONS' MODERN SALES AND SERVICE DEPT. treatment! helped care for the plants research plex in Florida City a mesa of Was RapedPolice
Your Authorised Dealer for Clinton Engine and Gall was using a power law Ass reached the point twisted and charred wreckage*
Call! Wally Keirstead t CI 3808 Part* for South Dade and Monroe Counties to cut limb off a fallen treewh.n where It!, hoped to have two How the explosion accurred sheriff deputies end
varieties was not known.
new ready for release
him
BRIOOS-STRATTON ENGINE PARTS DEALER It slipped and hit on detective are searching for
LOTS-ACREAGE AVAILABLE BROOKER HARDWARE & LUMBER CO. the leg. Ho mid, the shield fall next spring. Dr. Strobel said Unofficial estimates set the two men who are alleged to

GENERAL CONTRACTOR-P.O. BOX K4 225 SW 2nd Ave, Homestead, Us.-Phono 247-7321 ed to drop down and cover the The winter's outcome tests,depends he added.on this damage et $300,000 but In. have raped I 20 year-old Homestead
blade. surance adjuster had carhop around midnight
not
IL Verticillium wilt and
Carpentry -Painting Roof Coating Lawn Spraying The laceration was' atied' lent spot were especially gray prevalent completed their estimate Frl Thursday,

A Special Formula For All Types Of Roofs and Gall was reported to be in in the last day
growing season -! The young divorcee told Detective -
PETER HUYER JR. NEW THERMO COATING NEEDS ONLY CLEANING good condition after treatment.WeorneWan. and grower could "see i Several thousand dollar of Andy Border two young
IN A PERIOD OF YEARS the difference" in larger field new machinery had been addedto men stopped her as she wes
I Improvements LAWN SPRAYING AND FERTILIZING -Uls wfetch were made durt that already In the packinghouse walking along U. S. 1 on her
1'1om. Wo Specialize In Controlling All Lawn Pests a. coded tenting a* the not long ago way home from woand asked
Quality Work ARCHIE DIXON'S SPRAY SERVICE program has developed, Dr. Director of the cooperative her to go with them to get

Llnn.cd.IIreei CE 8-1958 Licensed and Insured o All Work GuaranteedFree StroM pointed out. Include Barnett John Barker something to eat They aid
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Estimates and Inspection 2MIMI r The research alto la being William and Jack Cornelius, they would then take her home.
Ceramic done with an eye U future Everett Douberly, Marvin Shaw
.
Stationers dovoloptwnt In tomato cul. and FriU RuUke, She said the men told her
_. they were In the Air Force.
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Superior Ceramic Kiln Mfg. DELK'S The victim got In the car
and the driver'started driving
RETAIL WHOLESALE HOMESTEAD STATIONERS around the Homestead
REPAIRS'Of'.c.. Supplies!I -- Art Supplies Books Uraeiing Cares area end said he was looking'

f. SUPPLIES A 340 Washington Ave, Homestead Circle 7444 fop a br that was still op n.
4V 12955 SW 87th Ave.-Benson Bid). VO He then drove to en loolotod
FREE DELIVERY
'rf 238-5481 .F> ares, south of Fiends City
onorn 9peaialJah1iJy ,off Rodlond Road, stopped
Chiropractors Serrice Stations 00 the the car and said: -Well
-" kid this I* the end of the
DR.: WALTER D: REYNOLDS ANDERSON'S TRUCK STOPCHIROPRACTOR2386343 Oeoasl'onYour Iln.."

.! The woman said ah* resisted
an'lOuT.. 237 KROMt AVE. FLORIDA CITY '
the
Welcome Wagon HOIt..1"m advance of one of the men
Across from .
RMr Firmer1 Market call with basket until he "
of gifts asked
OFFICE, HOURS DAILY IJO to 7:30 a hen Do you
p.m. Complete Truck Service Flat fixed and friendly greetings from. !want to die here?"

HAOAN BLDO, 17MS So. Federal Hwy, Perrlne, PI 1.. Welding Steam Cleaning Trailer Washed religious, civic and lualnesieadar : I Both men .assaulted her, according -
CI 7-4110 CI 7- 3S' (night' of our eommiinltl when DURING AUGUSTS, SEPTEMBER to her statement to detective
Contractors I JOn family move to. a new Border,'then drove her
nm.. EVENINGS 1 back to Homestead and let her
HOME BUILDERS MR. ADVERTISER HOMESTEADBess s ts HAIRCUT HAIR $ SO out at her borne. -

eatoae IMPROVEMENTSMYERS Sherman byAppointment 5STYLING. PERMANENT 8Pauline's As .the men departed they

'/*>ea ; THIS SPACE IS RESERVED CI 7KOS 'W A vr. All for only........ know were if reported to- say, "You
you report this to the
YOU.
"w,1 FOR II r police It will be rough oa U
PERRINEHIM Salon of Beauty being we're in the Air Force.
CONSTRUCTION CO CI 7-2321 CE 8-3393 ** The victim! Mid one of the men
'24 N. Krome AT *
Licensed end Insured CE 5-0190 I r Homestead-247-7241 also said be had to be OB the

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WILD PIG barbecued over a pit wee on the menu ing himself (Cot right) while two men carry the pig THE WATER BAG during a training -Esfor Anderson, Sgt. Charles lyre and M. Sgt. I
Oil. day for some of the guardmen while in a bir.euac to the pit it Brig. Gen. ,Robert A. Bollard of the break are, left to right, Spec. 4 John Reed, CWO Jock Levy.
area north of Ft. Stewart. Apparently enjoy- Redland I


It HappensMost Every Yearert I -- Hear Redland Of Lions Safety


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4r. TraffIc safety and the part
members of the Florida National CWO Eston .', eat belt play in saving live*.
Ballard
Anderson Jack
M.Sjt. ,. ... 4 were discussed by Metro police
Guard took their annual summer training this Levy, M.Sjt. George Lathourakis, Sgt. Claude ; .,J \""" p officer Joe Emurlck before the
month at Ft. Stewart, Ga. Hamilton, Sgt. Charles. Tyre, Spec. 4 John tedland Lions Club Wednesday
Reed, Spec. John Tranthum and Spec. 4 Howard 4 r venlng.
Some South Dade men were them,
among
Gaither. fi 'A film on seat belt acconv
E rtttCAryr
members of the in this will
but most guard
area
anted his talk.
All together, more than 6,000 jjien from ri
train next month at Ft. Bragg, N. C., as part of Florida were at Ft. Stewart for a two-week per- Ted Stadig received the "Old
an Army exercise. iod. Monarch" award in honor of his

Amors those from South Dade who were These pictures show some of their activi- 20 years of membership, and

at Ft. Stewart- this month were Maj. Gen.-- Robf. ties. Thomas E.life Kirby membership received for an.honoral'J

eF + __ outstanding eervice.
Dedicated To Service To Others
WHO BUYS YOUR


Redland Camp Chapel Your BROKEN broken glue GLASS 1* worth? ,

the price of new glass to re.
place it 4 when yon have It
insured with us. You probably
Youth Help Out Again. paid much lea for It
: than new glass would DOW
coat. But that make no difference .
Young peopl. of the Red- unable to car for the ground "They're a fin bunch ofyounslera to us Glaaa tiuuranee
land Camp Chapel provedTuesday he love since be underwent and we appreciate is.inflation proot May we.
1' L r that they mean their serious surgery in July. their work to much. a 4 quote on your class?
of service to other.,
pledge
The Job was just too much 'You hear to much about
they when turned for the out second in force time to for tiny, sprightly Mrs. Porter Juvenile delinquents these PHOTOGRAPHER JACK LEVY and writer William Blodgett of the Guard's 55th It
do yard work for an elderly especially coupled with day; I'm glad you're writIng Communications Section public information office prepare news items for folk ; ,
the extra care of her slowly- about these kid who
and ailing couple on Tower recovering husband. are up doing a fine thing, instead back home. The office, serving' all Florida, released through various outlets more ,
Road. Sparked by Pastor Kenneth of some other kids' lat than 800 photographs to newspaper, magazine and other media. The 'Job was
Hearing about the trouble Nauman, a dozen young people est escapades." done by 54 photographer, four writer, three laboratory technicians, two radiomen 265 North Krome Ave.Cu .
of Mr. and Mr. Ralph Porter of the chapel have turned and four officer v. [ -Sill I
J. MARTEN of SW 334th: Street. Flor- out twice this month to Teenage lawn worker were 'F" *".. .
Keyea Manager Ida City, the teenager tookon mow the acre of lawn, weed Shirley and Pat Lumpkin,
ear. of almost an acre of flower bed and trim bushe Gerri Worley, James Pence, '
E. J. MarterHeads lawn and several hundred for the Porter. Johnny Fine, Betty Wilson, Economy \ {o'(ebt2
shrubs, tree and flower In appreciation, each time David and Katherine HarUler,
Area which the Porter have nur Mr. Porter has served a Sandra Bentley, Martha StrongerFlorida's ./
tured. lunch of hot dogs, bum, cookies Sheets, Larry and Derban. \ ,
Mr. Porter, a retired dairy and iced tea for the crew. Martin. Pastor Nauman directed economy showed a ,
Keycs OfficeE. herdsman whO work part- "If just wonderful, what operation and helped decided strengthening during
time in a packing house during they did for us," she told with the lawn work. the first ale months of thl* yea
J. Marter has been named harvest season, has been this newspaper. compared with the same period
manager of The Keye Co.'* I In 1963, the Florida State
Homestead office, according to C. C. To Hear Chamber of Commerce report
Emerson B. Red vice president Attends Over-all business activity; ,
and general tale managerof Area Group 'Cane Hunters gauged by gross sales, was up
the real eiUte firm. 9 per cent and bank debit were t\ I
Marter Joined the Keye organization 10 per cent over last year, Total
South Council of
The Dade
and hn been
8
In 1961 Conclave bank deposits increased by

time.Homestead realdent since that DeMolay the Commerce kIlaml hunter-will Dade have Howard Chamber chief Mason hurricane of per The cent.total personal income of

take the manager's Floridians was running 11 percent .
He over Twelve member of Royal state DeMolay sweetheart and two of his men who fly into .
position from James Brown Vista Chapter, Order of De Entered in the Tower talk hurrlcne a* guest at the Sept. higher than in 1963 and
the
who has transferred to Mole, of Homestead, attendedthe competition was Chuck Mc Country cash farm sales were about
4 meeting at Kings Bay
:
company1 Coral Gables office. four-day annual conclaveof Cartney, past orator of Royal Club. ne-third more Savings and Father time make for
Marter, a top Insurance real fltateprofe..lon nan Associated DeMolay Chap- Vista. The talk la a 15-minute These men who Sly Into the Loan Associative share midyear had- can money you
the
moved 8 cent by
before entering up per
of the tern of Florida reoently Incksonville. oration on filial love which eyes of hurricanes report their .
member
Is I must be memorized word
perfectfor which
position and record data
"Million Dollar Round Table"and Employment in nnn farmstabllshmenti.
training and recruitlog The chapter' official delegate competition purposes.The i II used to study the violent was 3 per cent
wu
director for American National were Brad .Alexander conclave elected Nell tropical storms. over 1963. Gasoline sale showed VII sir, Father Time, all by himself, can make moneyfor
and Alan Marah. Gotterher of Miami's North Mason will explain their
Co. for Alaska a 6 cent inqrease.
Insurance In addition to other Other attending were Larry Shore chapter as state muter duties and tell of com of themxperencea per you. In two ways:
and vicepreildeDt" Alexander Phil Robinson Robert councilor. The new councilor appointed -the men have undergone.
awards, wa "production Chuck Chuck Wilson of Royal Verd A Few Dollars
National' Farley, McCartney,

of American If little week month
1. you'll lave a turn or
every every
western division In Chuck Wilson, Jerry Knight. Vista a* his personal representative SOc For SS.OO( LOAN
1959 and* 1960. Bill Wilson, Dick Ledford Mike to the state of Virginia. If the current Beatle movie I FOR 30 DAY PERIOD regularly at Corel Gables Federal, it will be but a few shortyears
native of Philadelphia Lewis and Mike McMillan. Wilson, who attends Virginia "A Hard Day Night e On Small Article
Marter A retired from the Army Acting a* chapter "Dad" advisor Polytechnic Institute, will represent doesn't cure .Iteenaga girl (Article Held Mo.) until you'll rejoice at the amount of money Father
with the rank of master was Charles A. Hanak of Florida DfMolay in who see It of Beat! feaver Ralph's 128 N. KromeNOW
in 19M
sergeant Ho attended San Marathon., Mra. William H. that staU.. they are seriously ill. Time has helped,you amass.
Mateo Junior College and Stan' Alexander represented the
ford University in California. chapter Mothers' Circle. 2. Father Timer ices the size of your account at Carol
active In the Mine Brownie Ballard, Royal'
training He hu of been new sales assort-I Viita'a 1964 sweetheart, also Coble Federal further increased by good dividend, 4!., %

ate at Keytt Homestead office attended. It was the first year LEASINGHomestead I annually, compounded four time a year (which means you
since Joining .the real the chapter had an entry in
estate firm. the competition for the ''')1. of earn dividend on ycur dividends>)>. (It add up to a. real total

I I CenterSouth of 4.31 <. per year.)

Temple To Begin Shopping i I let Father Time be your financial friend: he and Coral '

I I Dade''s newest and most complete full service !
Goblet Federal will help you on your rood to waath.

New Adult Institute shopping leases center with now top under ranking construction tenants. and ready to negotiate I Ir I


The Adult Education Committee -] presentation Jewish dealing with acme I 70 ACRES FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED I I CORAL GABLES FEDERALSAVINGS
of history to
Beth Am aspect r
,
ef Ttrople' I PARKING 1500 CARS CENTER HOMESTEAD
use N. Kendall Drive, under be presented by a guest lecturer.Three .!) I FCR OF | AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
the chairmanship of Mr*. Joshua -
counts will continuefor
Segal baa announced the consecutive NOW OPEN HOMESTEAD PERRINE
adult Institute eight Monday KWIK CHEK &
SUPER-X DRUGS
start of a new evenings. Registration\ may be
on Monday evening. made at the temple office. I UNDER CONSTRUCTION OFFICE I ? OFFICI 4.
wUl be of a
The inatltute of I A&P SUPER MARKET-FIRESTONE SERVICE' CENTERFor 1101 N. KXOME AVENUE 701 'E INH IVfNUIKcbtrt
continuing nature, with course Tie nursery-kindergarten I \
presented for eight week the temple Is now accepting Information con Thomai A. Col//'III. HpMg 1. Boyer, Nanajtr ,
Each Monday at I/ ,.m. Rabbi registrations for the fall term.
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard' The program, under the direction I. Homestead Shopping Center Mr. Harry Knox 't fate IM OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS
win present a coune on selected of Mrs. Min Goldblatt, Ax from 6:15: to 8:00 p.m.
Bible text. At 9 p.m., Immediately la designed to prepare children,I 400 Hialeoh Drive, Hiafcoh TU 8-4561 J ,
following the rabbi's psychologically\ and emotionally I I
course, there will be another for public school experience I II




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.. W. CAL&DI. Pr W.st ... P..w Barry Too Bomb-Happy;
M..IYDf s &WIJ, V-P..ld. aft' GneroI ..._
TEMPLES.: SdI_
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___tat CI 01111 ....... c. $3001 By IRU* BlOSIAT bow fully the President, himself will Jump
and good
1111 ca ...... The man on r*'ident Johnson's top into this issue. Some aides, a

.....rlptlo. .. ... bP ..u 0 ..itk.. ( staff, calls It the ",hock tsetor" share of the key party figures tapped at
P.ar. $7JIi b ....... II _Ia _Irt w .V..u.4."u .1"ij As in the 1964 pm6cratlc convention. the Democratic convention think he shoold
.evr.All it will be leap in only when the provocation-or the
the eampaljii ,
10 In to come
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co .atloN .1.l b..ddr..d u Tk. III'". L..4.r greatestThe
into the utterances opportunity-seems
boa Ilk .. woven like a stout thread
Ho.Mte.4. n rM
N. e...ldir.tlO. ...... .c.l.a.4 _IIOII............ of candidate high and low prevailing thought today in party

P.fl". Ofne., 100 '_ftl ....... What is the shock factor? circles Is that the "irresponsibility" thread
'-'", ...... .UI7 The suggestion, fiat subtly hinted but ahonld be laced into thousands of fall

boldly hammered, that the President'sGOP campaign speeches below the presidential

rival, Sen. '..rr'Goldw.ter level
Presidential Campaign is not to tw But Johnson loves the smell of political
touted at the control of 01/v combat, and be may find himself descending

this nation's mighty nuclear from his lofty presidential perch more
May Be Based On Fear force. often than Is presently planned-espec-

Rhode Iiland's St. John ? tally if he Is sharply goaded by Goldwater

.Ihe beginning of the presidential Paitore, in Ui keynote S... ... and his running mate that scrappy bantam
campaign York.In .
Miller of New
rooster, William
and other
indicates speech,
it
may be one of fear.
weeks of his springtime
tion speakers, p the closing
Sen. Goldwater and ut -t. toll"ell'JI nomination campaign, Goldwater and his
Rep. Miller will try r. r ryk s. perfect tlpoff of w |
to place th." fear of big. centralized govern- to come. Sen I Ila managers sought to minimize the unreliability

ment into the heart of Americans. his acceptance beech Brace Bloiut problem by reducing his off-cuff
President Johnson public responses almost to zero. Democrats
and Sen. Humphrey amplified the theme,
will try to convince the voters they, are deathly In 16 crucial lines, bunched out with all anticipate he may continue on this
afraid of placing control of nuclear weapons his oratorical energy, Pastor*-without tack, forcing them to chop at older portions
in Sen. Goldwater'a hands. ever mentioning Coldwater'a name drew of his verbal record.

There will be other issues some real attention to recurmn charges that the Yet one Plains State senator lees a dif

and some fAle 1 but those are matters that senator U unfit to fit near the A-bomb ferent sort of trouble for Goldwater if ha

can be made extremely personal with the button. plays it this way all through the fall:
The Rhode Islander: put that material "He can't switch from red meat to milk

voters.The preliminary speeches Indicate those into his speech when it was In its roughest toast without arousing the concern of his

may be the two points that will be stressed beginnings. He believed it was I 'most own partisans this man says -
element. President A considerable number of leading Democrats
most. Every campaign speech important And the
may not center
around those themes, but practically knew well in advance this shock factor believe Goldwater simply win not
one will mention them. every- would be stressed be able to maintain a total embargo 'on

Another theme the Democrats will dwell High-placed Democrats clearly have con impromptu appearances If and when be
cluded that GoldwateC 1* glaringly vulnerable makes them, they forsee manifold opportunities
probably
upon indirectly in many instances '
in this field. *'seems to them an for fiesn ammunition.Says .
is the that Sen. Goldwater offers
cry simple
Claiborne Pell Pastore's Junior
Sea ,
solutions to complex problems.The issue begging for the fullest possible exploitation
.
In the Hi&algo 'ahead. Rhode Island colleague: "Goldwater
Republicians will retaliate with with 'is like quicksilver the beat meansof
This talks
charges that the Johnson program is merely a ..-,......, ., ..., reporter's reted Republican is to point out the
leaders In more than 30 aisles confirm attacking him Just
revival of the old New Deal, and that bureaucrats that this is indeed: the gaping hole record, to tell where he stands from one
too often invoke the "no simple answer"in 4 -By
\ and Grits I in Goldwater's armor In instance after day to another.
order to, avoid! decisions. ,
old fashioned
I IA instance they say: "Goldweter baa problems Nobody who head Pastore's
The Democrats will talk of and OLIN MILLER
peace in our state" pressed to define stemwinder or Humphrey's hard-hitting

prosperity which sounds a little like an All that talk about President to be any likelihood that they rather rude Republican them, they Invariably single! out voter con' acceptance speech at Atlantic City can

echo of a Republican campaign of an election, Johnson and his family may be eligible for benefits says that Democratic convention cern over Gold water; "nuclear responsi' Imagine any Democrat Is going to be

or two ago. being rich has been quashed, under the antipoverty pro- was far funnier than bility" as the No 1 dUftrulty. bashful about doing that every working
Republicans will retort that peace and as an audit shows they are gram. anything George Gobel could It isn't plain Just JHW how often and day between now and Nov. S.

prosperity are false and temporary unless worth a mere 3484000. say about It 1-.
there is honor, individual freedom and mo- However, there doeint seem I I
't rality in the home.If Goldwater aaya that Presi- .

not in the forefront the racial issue will dent Johnson's language in Goldwater' said he didn't u
,
Letter ordering the attack on the mean to imply, as charged, iythii'
be always at hand. Each will claim I
party it has Reds fn Tonkin Golf was "1mprecine by a recent statement that
the best rolution to the problem and knows New Stamp ." Just look who's talk. President Johnson authorizedthe
better how to prevent violence in the street Ing! me of atomic weapons in

What they will say about it probably will be Sign Of Fear? Vietnam. It's beginning to

determined ac events happen, for both know it Editor seem that whenever Goldwater YEARS 52 YEARS AGO
: Doubtless the 20 AGO
orfanlzatlo"that makes a statement, he '
is a highly emotional issue that could swing There is a new U. S. postage lacks moat of living up Should immediately explain (Taken from files at the Homestead! (Taken from files ef the South Florida

I thousands of votes almost over night. stamp for sale which is' ,to its name la the Unted Nations. what he, meant by it. Leader and Enttrefltf* |laswi ef Friday Banner South Dade's first newspaper
There will be several clear-cut issues. Someof most attractive. The graceful Sept. 1, 1844.) Issue ef Friday, Alii. SO, 1112, In Its first
them will merit serious consideration by the folds of our American I half.year of publication.)
'voters, some will be worthy of casting aside. flag adorns a blue and white "Johnson Pats Congress on
School students to for the Almost 200 people took part In a box
A Is were register
current movie
receiving
background with two words Back at Lawn Party. -
To discuss the issues the have sent
parties across the top: REGISTER-! considerable free publicity Headline. It'. hoped this upcoming school year pa Sept. 7, with regular social held In Hardee's Packing House-
r to the front lines of the battle four of the best VOTE. through Bobby and Pierre soothed somewhat thoie with classes to begin snt. 11. New teachers one of the few buildings large enough to

campaigners in the business. It Is Interesting to' dwell being referred to by sore arms. st Homestead High School were Miss house a crowd that large. The program In-
It could be a most interesting three months on the question that since political opponents as "Car Laura Topham of Le>ungton, Xy. Spanish cluded vocal solos by Mrs. Tom Brewer,

ahead. Democratic forces have been petbaggers." Will host who moist if it and English; Mrs. Clare Adams of Detroit, readings by Eunice Dixon and Mrs. Addle
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In power for so very long, wasn't for the deplorable environmental Mich, music and bind instruction; Miss Calkins, an instrumental duet by Mrs. L. I*
would they have allowed this "Dillon says Admin. Generated conditions of Dorothy Mae Burton Union City, Tenn., Bow and Mr. Calkins, and a vocal duet by
Cleo Was A Bother stamp to be printed were Biggest Peace Time slums youths wouldn't riot
home economics, and Miss Mary White- Bow and Miss Nixon. The $45 earned
they not in dire fear of losing Posterity,"-Headline. Gold please explain why college
the November election water will probably chargethe many side, Plant City and New Smyrna, science the 'social was to help finance clearing:
students the
world over,
But We Can Say ThanksThe to Barry Goldwater administration with extremism whose home and environment At Redland High, newcomers to the faculty and grounds.landscaping of the Homestead school
RUTH MOODYSW
in sparking overpopulation are excellent, In riot-
engage were Miss Lens Martin: Ramsey I S e
163th Street
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business of undoing the preparationsmade ing Ind, music and band, and Leroy. Carpenters of South Dade organized a

in South Dade for Hurricane .Cleo was a Sprankle. Ktngsport, tQn., Coach local union with 23 members. H. L. Holtywas
.
bothersome( task elected. president; J. J. Smith, vice-
But resident had reason to express thanksas THE GOLDEN YEARS The State Road Department was hurrying president; George Campbell, recording

they went about the task, for it could have extensive' repairs t" FU ler Avenue recretary, and W, M. Matson, treasurer
been vastly more bothersome and expensive.Our between Krome Avenue and NE Eighth o .

neighbors just north of us can test- Street in anticipation o' the heavy traf, Summer sun and rain spurred the growthof
ify to that.If Avoid 'TeYingHandsI fie expected during focus harvest season wild Spanish oats everywhere excepton

Clco's path had been just a few miles mowed lawns In Homestead and Detroit

west we cojld have been her first target of l, and the Banner commented that

the U. S. mainland, and we would have still Heirs With WillThe John T. Martin of Homestead announced people from the north "would think we
Of
been facing major cleanup chores. the opening of a tub market on SW were harvesting s crop."
.
Fourth Avenue tile of the Negro *
We have every right to be thankful for on site
our good fottuno while offering all sympathies'to Baptist Church Martin, with J9 years In a frontpage article headed "Fair
those Cleo battered so unmercifully. experience in the fish business, plannedto Florida Has No Equal" the newspaper
Meanwhile, don't necessarily assume, ad in the back of the economic liability1.. But a farm THE FAMILY HOME. sell all varieties of tab native to the quoted Judge J. G. Knapp! U. S. stasttlcal

we've had it for this The hurricane paper said the farm hid 180 -and this la the key to the Changing neighborhoods, alum Florida Keys, and offered to fill the bait agent, who said It Is the only region lathe
year. acres, 80 of them good for ,
that the old
story gentleman clearance and needs of local amateur fishermen as a world free from cyclones, tornadoesand
condemnations
.
season still ha* two months to go and September crops, another 80 good for who developed it was sirocco winds. "
perennially has been the worst month cattle grazing, and the rest quite sure would serve his for superhighways are sideline.

,for the big rtorms. in timber. There was a seven- heirs' well and would getup making anybody's home a
room house, the usual outbuildings out of the cemetery and tentative matter these days. They're Wholly Voluntary

a pond and a pasture fight if someone told him it THE' BAMILY BUSINESS.
Three School Opening had become a dud, Men still are leaving theiir .

The price bad been $33,000: ; What the old gentleman did business to their families with Blood Bank Projects Doing I
Instructions that can'tbe
they.
and was now reduced to $30- was less obvious than the one
Reminders Arc Listed 000. A firm offer of $25,000 who left the buggy.whip fac. sold or with restrictionson
probably would have bought tory. But It'a the ume sort of how they must be run. The
It. thing expansion of chain business Fine But Still Need Help
School resumes tomorrow so:
and the sudden shifts la the ,
But this U not farm
story ,And it Is happening varying
FIcaso drive a little more carefully than It lsa: retirement directed fortunes of the neighborhoodwhere '
usual. to older story,who degrees, almost every the business is located ., RUSSlL" KEY er president of the ,YJOrJ.dl.lIlodation,
parents time a successful older man
If new products and new will head the national next
your child rides a bicycle or other hive property or money to leavea a will What was coed Thanks to the leadership, dedication and .association
vehicle to school make leave to thler children: fashions in buying are wrecking -
certain he
understands for the next generation he hard work of a group of Florida men year.
of these .
traffic laws, why we have them and the con- The farm was a fine one, just knows that. many legacies.INVESTMENTS. and women, this state cn take pride in
Smith administrative director
Mrs.
Dorothy
sequences of ignoring and violating them. up' until recent times. Tb.m.n Yet there Is seldom a man The mandoesn't .. that has been made in the
Makt certain: your child particularly who had owned It started who can outguess economicsfor live nowadays who can theproit'e. of blood bank of the Jacksonville Blood Bank for
if he is a first grader knows the best, safest out on the place as a tenant two generations in a row, know for sure that his investments development our program. 18 years, and a founding member of the
route to and from school, and how and where did well, boug'jt! it, expanded Here are the primary areas will be the best Investments This splendid program U wholly voluntary association, was chairman of the meet
to cross streets. and built the seven- where men are making mistakes five years after be and its success depends primarily on ing's administrative program, which Included
Yes the child room house. He'produced when they presume to goes. To tie the hands of public understanding and Support papers by Mrs Mary Rank of Orlando
you save could be your own. three sons and two daughters, know what will be happeningwhen those he leaves his investments The average citizen busy. with his own Mrs Jayne Myers of Bradenton.W. ,

lent them all to college. they are gone to is to court disaster. affairs, Is more or less apathetic to the E. Scheu of Jacksonville, George E.
la his later years be settled -- importance of the vital eryice of his local Wilson of Miami and George E. Nicholson
down to muse in satisfaction blood bank until an emergency arises of Peniacola

[Gems Of Thought I on'were his Indeed achievements fine ones, which DATES AND EVENTSHistory's where he or a member of his call family for aid, They told their colleagues from other

In time be died. He, left through illness or Injury must
how several Florida blood banks
states recently
his fine farm to his widow that oftentimes is a matter of life and
In.a
successful
cooperated civil
then on to the five children death.
THI BEAUTIFUL AND THI GOOD pass to give them lifetime Scrapbook It ls those who have b4 such an experience defense drill to provide the blood needsof

All that U beautiful and good in your Individual consciousness security The farm 'would do that become active donors and 20,715, theoretically injured, and also

is permanent. Mary Baker EddyA well by them as it had done urge others to aid and support the effort the day-to-day methods and appeals used
by him, be said The first petroleum well opened, at Tltusville, Pa, by But why wait until misfortune strikes by Florida blood hanks .to gala and maintain

thing t'f beauty b a joy forever IU lowliness Increases But crop allotments came Edward U Drak, Aug 28, 1639. If you are between the lIe of 21 and 60 the support of their communities.

; it will never Paso into nothingness. John Keats Tenants went. And five taste children The second battle of Manassas took place Aug. 29-30, and In good health you cm help now by While our state blood bank program la
who bad gotten a
1862. making s blood donation to your nearest
well organized and manned the demandson
of the outside world while at
We are' conscious of beauty when there la a harmonious moved back. Germany declared war on Poland Aug. 30, 1930. The ,blood bank or collection c ntef. It takes them are Increasing because of more
college never
relation between first Negroes arrived in Jamestown Aug. 30, 1619 but few minutes' time save a
something In our nature and The 70-yeir-old widow, isolated a and may open-heart and 'other compllcatd surgical
the quality of the object which delights us.-Blaise PascalI and alone in a house The tint\ profesrlonal football game was played Aug. life.The operations plus more and more serious
she couldn't maintain/ and' 31, 189S. The U. S. Congress passed a Neutrality Act, program of the annual meeting of 'automobile accidents,

I pray they, O God, that 'I may be beautiful within. on' a farm that didn't fit the Au,. 31, 1935 the American Association of Blood Banks,
Socrates: pattern of modem agriculture Germany invaded Poland, Sept. 1J1939. The U. S. child. held in Washington, D. C, this Past week A recent survey shows that only t per
moved into town to be labor law bocmo effective Sept. 1, 1917. caned attention to Florida's leadership in cent of the people physically able to donate -

.How goodness heightens beauty! Hannah More near a son. Sept 2, 1843, was V-J Day. The U. S. Treasury was this vital field do so. The problem Is to motivate the
I Thus the ad in the paper created, Sept. 2, 1789. Dr. Robert E. Klein Of Gainesville, other 97 per cent, and that Is where you can
I for an abandoned farm that of the Alachua help, by donating yourself and
director
The treaty of between the U. S. and Great young medical urging
What is beautiful Is good, and who ls good will soon the peace
no longer held appeal for .
Briialn General Hospital blood hook'and a form friend and relatives to do so.'I" .
signed Sept. 3,1783.
t fee beautiful. Sappho family and that was now an was

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August 30, 1964 The IIIWS LEADER Page Plv*



Princeton Church Of Nazarene Women's News ,




Scene Of Two Weekend Weddings I I Virginia R. Willlami, Editor t



Woman's Club Announces




Meetings For SeptemberThe


Womin'i Club of Homestead The program meeting for
will gather for 1U flrit September will tike place at
meeting of the fall it a busi- Homestead Manor, A 1 p.m.
letiion it the clubhouse
nets luncheon there Sept. 13 will
Tueaday. Coffee at 9:30 am.
will precede the 10 o'clock: be followed by a tour of the .
meeting. manor Hostesses for this event v
t tr Hostesses will be Mr,. David will be Mrs. E. L. Bra-
Biggar, Mrs. R. R. Boyer and nam, Mra. Hal Brorkschmldt i 4t
Mrs. N. B. Blackstone. and Mrs, H. M. Campbell



Mrs. Robert Keyser Honor .,


Guest At Stork Shower RJ,

Mrs Robert Keyser was hon.
I
MRS. DAVID BRITTAIN
r .IN..NYINIMMYeNMIMNNNNN... ored Wednesday at a stork
11 r shower at the home of Mrs. (Carol Jean Gossman)
Norman Eliot'of SW Silt Ave.

Meat Co-hostesses were Mrs. Miles Carol Gossman Of Goulds

Cheniult Mri. Richard Beare
( ;',' ; Makes and Mrs. Robert Woodburne
Among the guests were Mri
: Bride Of Lake ManFirst
Earl Bassett, Mrs. Robert Mitchell City
MealMeat Mri. Charles Tirver Mn
rt Russ Kacer Mri Bill Welles,
t\ I Mrs Earl Casey, Mrs. II. Bald Baptist Church of Lake(I Miss Patricia Gossman washer

'f't ,, \ makes the meal. win, Mrs. John I* Gibba, Mri City was the letting for the 1 sister's only attendant.The .
I James lIuband, Mrs Mary wedding Aug 22 of Miss Carol] bridegroom graduatedfrom
1
..M...' YIt Dr Robert L. Reddish, issoclite Stein Mri Frederick Stollstel- Jean Gossman and David Lawrence Florida State University
.
meats specialist, Florida mer, Mrs. Robert Kendall, Mri Brlttain AUK. 8 with a BA degree In
l: P 1. tension political science His wife will
1. Agricultural Oscar Keep, Mrs Brian Don
I "-' ,. Service, suggests that you aldson, Mrs. Elmer Jenkins The bride's parents are :Mr! 'return to FSU for the fall
choose this main dish with car aDd }fr.. J. StewartENVISIONED and Mr I. Clifton Gossman of semester to get her B.S. degreein
and thought, because it will joulds. The bridegroom la the mathematics.The .
probably be your biggest expenditure .; TANK Ion of Rev. Carson Brlttain, young couple will resideIn
of the meal. I Leonardo da Vinci designeda pastor cf Lake City church, Tallahassee temporarily.
ll' Seek the best value for your forerunner of the modern and Mrs. Brlttatn. Mil father Mr. Brlttain it a member of
dollar You can find meat that tank when he envisioned a covered performed the 7:30 p.m. ceremony Alpha Tau Omega fraternityand
Kill satisfy your fmily'a taste, chariot as a means of 11the presence of both his wife is a member of
MR. AND MRS. DAVID E. BENSON A. 2. C. AND MRS LAWRENCE TUBBS be tender ind have a good flavor destroying artillery In warfare. amllles. Delt Delta Delta sorority

(Sharon Lynn Ingram) Donna Fisher) and still be econon ical. I

I FisherTubbsAn Dr. Reddish Key say Stepi tint lelectng .I C. R. Woman Eyes Retirement Eagerly;

Ingram. e son I the right quality end cut

Important for your purpose step In buying to the beef.mOlt: Shell Have More Time For Painting

Miss Sharon Lynn Ingram She rarreld a cascade of whit 1 p,m. ceremony Au,. 22 from a tlari. A white orchid' 'When' for beef select .
shopping
became the bride of David orchids 'and 'carnations.She at Princetton Church of the centered her bridal bouquet the grade needed for thecooking By SYLVIA BARBER 1 4 :- Ernest Benson at a 8 Nazarene united in marriageMiss '
p.m
should start training
method to be used. Or' "A ,
person .
ceremony last Sunday at Princeton was given in marriage by Donna Fisher aDd AIrman Miss Donna Davis of Goulds, buy the grade of beef available! In his Interest 10 years before I 1 I ia1
Church of the Nazarene. the bridegroom's father 3 C. Lawrence Alvin Tubbi attired In lace and nylon and at the price you Want to pay' his retirement" says Mrs. A 4 t

Rev. Eugene Williams pastor, Miss Linda Benson, the bride The bride Is the daughter .f carrying a bouquet containing and elect the best way to cut Edward L. Johnson, I soft- ,
officiated groom's sister was maid 01 Mr. and Mr. Walter Fisher of an orchid and white carnations., It." he adUses. spoken native of Tennessee,
The bride is the daughter of honor. Mini Cindy Boyle wa I Perrlne md the bridegroom, wn maid of honor. James Fisher Beet graded by the U. S. now of Cutler Ridge Drive tr +c y'' r .
Mr. and Mr, James Ingram ef bridesmaid and Shirley Ben the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph was his brother's best man Department of Agriculture II Cutler Ridge. "No matter how
i Panama City, Fla. The bride! IOn, junoir bridesmaid. their! Tubbs of South Gate Calif. Ron Schwietzer and Teddy Un told in many retail food talented one is, it takes time
floor derwood were ushers. indelible purple and study to mature in my
groom is the son of Mr. and matching length gown market An
(Mrs. Ben Benson 133CO SW'of pink illk organza featured Rev. Eugene Williams, pallor A reception followed at the Ink stamp identifies it. however field" ,
[ 268 St, Naranja, a bow at the back. They wore performed the ceremony.The brldt'i borne 1421 SW 1M Terrace ill beef li not grided She should know Not only his
mathching headpieces of flow church Some very high quality un Betty Johnson worked with
The altar was flanked b)'! era and tulle, and carried nos, was decorated graded beef U on the market. older people for 23 years In ,a
''tall candelabra holding white' gays of pink carnations with with palms, bisketti of lavenderand The couple will live In Miam The grades most commonly! Social Security offices, but she t r
tapers. Standing basket ol streamers. white flowers, and candelabra The bride Is a graduate of South available to the consumer ire: is counting the months until
seasonal flowera were on either Mri. Din Burry was soloist Dade High School and Is employed Prime Bf her own retirement
aide of the altar and palm The flower girl, Edna Mae accompanied by Mrs. Marge it the Miami Herald USDA Prime which come 'So many people are lost
Benson was attired In a pink Mock. -
enhanced the letting.Preceding' frock and carried flower Her husband graduated from from young, well-fed beef-type' when the time comes to leave ,41 w I I IA
a The bride, given in marriageby South Gate High School in cattle. Lean 1 I. bright red, firm their jobs. They have nothing
the ceremony bits. basket encircled with pink ancwhite her father wn attired In South Cite Calif., and attended ine.textured, and liberally ahead." This won't be a problem
Daniel Burry sang "Became"accompanied [ carnations.Roy I white nylon ind lace gown Pasadena Nazarene College In marbled with fit.characteristics for Mrs. Jonson. She will
at the organ by Haufler of Gainesville, with three quarter length sleeves ,that state before anteing the ndlcatlng juiciness, tender'' not so much retire from something .
Paul Floyd. Ai the couple knelt! cousin of the bridegroom, was and a round neckline trimmed Air Force. He is stationed It ness, and fine flavor Only as retire to something
at the altar she sang "The belt man. Ushers were Teddy! In seed the beef She looks
pearls. Her veil fell Homestead Air Force Base. about four per cent of Her fiell Is painting
Lord's Prayer".. Underwood and Jimmy Fisher! reduced li of thin quality, 10 forward eagerly to retirements
e Donald Haufler the bridegroom's It Is not generally available, i period when she cm de- -
The bride wore a gown of. nephew was ring I Judith Gross Bride Of Roy Ball; USDA Choice contains leas vote is much time is she likes MRS. EDWARD L. JOHNSON
brocade taffeta with fitted
lone er. ind high the the loves
lat than prime acorei to painting
sleeves. Her elbow length bear'l Miss Judith Ann Gross ant Baptist Church. Rev. Doyle 0 In eatlnj quality. USDA Good Not planned originally is a to Miami. Without their mutual South Dade. They Include vivid
veil fell from a crown of seed A reception in the Roy Albin Bill were married Denny officiated. has i higher ratio of lean to retirement Interest, her painting Interest in art, they might never poind.nil set along a wild
pearls and orange blossomsihlsweeteti. nex followed the it 4 pm. Aug. 22 at Gouldi fat. It Is not aa juicy a' the has been a lifelong plea. have met. roadway the soft pink brick of
Mica Sharon Underwood war The bride Is the daughter ol higher grades but la relatively sure with never enough lei. Mrs. Johnson hasn't found an old llghtthouse, a collectionof
In charge of the guest book Mr. and Mrs Carl V, Grosi tender when cooked correctly sure to spend a tit. much leisure in Miami, although twisted driftwood On Marco.
and Mn. Eugene Williams, Mrs PWC BoardPlans of Alexandria, lad. The bride USDA Standard bat I thin She studied with Juiniti she was once a member of an When she finds a scene of natural
Carl Brantley and Mr Btrnie groom's parents are Mr. and covering of fat and appeals to Green Williams In her art class art group in Miami Springs beauty Mrs. Johnson triesto
House served the wedding GiftThe Mrs L. I. Ball of near Home customers seeking a high pro es before leaving Nashville and In Coral Gables where she recapture It quickly on canvas -
patterns. cake and punch.Outof.town itead. portion of lean meat. USDA She was the organizer and prey exhibited.. Her work has also] for tomorrow it may be
guests Included Matron of honor it the ceremony Commercial comet from older (dent of in irt league there. been ihown at the Mayfalr and gone.
MaY.altWal Mr. and )lr.. Ernest Uiuflar board of the Pro tea tan was Mri. Leli Strong of animals and lacks the tender The league, still going strong, 'arklano theaters. Although the does not activelytry
and sons Roy and Bobby andMr. Women of the Chapel], meeting Hialeah, lister of the bride nell of higher grades. USDA held its 10th anniversary last She studied portraiture for a to sell her paintings
Cliumi Fmrlti and Mrs. Oscar Haufler Tuesday, discussed plant foi groom. Richard Ball was his Utility is usually from older May. Members itill exhibit onthe time with Emil Roure In Miami -and sometimes hates to part
and children Dade, Judy and a contribution to the United brother's best mm. nintali. Cuts of this grade lower floor of a replica of At the time no nearby art with them they do tell One
sUvSFV Donald all of GalntnTllle. Church Women's observance of lack tenderness, juiciness, andfat he Parthenon In Nashville and groups existed ind distances particular favorite was a sentiment -
When the newlyweds left for World Community Day Nov.. The bridegroom works with covering In other galleries about the city. teemed formidable after a day's loaded still life which
their wedding trip to Palm 6. his father who runs B4B DitchIng C.ok It Right Widowed it 23, Mn. Johnsonilsed work. .After retirement she included a tragic old broken
Beach the bride was wearinga Under discussion was I and Septic Tank Service of Reddish says It'. possible tomake her now.grown ions, may seek out a group. violin. She never knew why It
pink linen suit with white plan to contribute school bagi, Perrlne. a tasty and attractive alone. She remarried eight years Her paintings glow with the brought tears to the eyes of the
accessories, and the orchids with essential items, to be sen! dish from any of the cuts of go. Her husband, a customs brilliance of Florida sunlight young man who begged to buyYou'll
from her bridal bouquet to South America and Africa., Blacks Are beef If the correct method of ispctor, is also a painter. Typically Many are of natural scenes inIMIMNaMMMMINIINN.NNNMMMNIIMNNMINNNNNIINI It;

A The couple] then left for The board met at the ,home of Roy cooking is used. they met, at the art -----,_...'.."......,..,__..._...".._}
N..hvllle. Tern, where the Mrs. Sara Fleming, 1110B Cal Take steaks, for example league and married in Nashville
bridegroom will enter hi. third Ifornla Ave., Homestead All Parents Of BoyAirman Broil or pantry Porterhouse, before each was transferred
year at Trevecca Nazarene College Force Base. Bone, Club and Rib steaks
Enroute were to visit A meeting of the full membership ateik. B
they
\\olc.1
2. C. and Mrs. Roy :: I.fryro
PWC will be high quality Pump RepairsAll
ill grandmother Mrs. Pearl I of the at'It Black of Minot N.D., are
H.ufler. in Gainesville, and thebride' the Keys Club mute room al, parents of a boy, Robert Alvin lral parents in Panama City 9:30 a.m. Sept 10. The topic! born Au,. 2t high quality rib roasts Sprinkler Swim Pool
where a party In their honor will be stewardship with tilenU. Braise or pot roast lower grade Salts and Service i
was to be given Thursday night, Airman Black Is the son of rib rump, and blade roasts. I NABORS eA
The bridegroom li a graduate The PWC Bible study grout, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Bell Braise English cut and bone-1 HOME IMPROVEMENTS I
of South Dade High School will meet at 10 a.m. this Thura of 1130 NW Sixth Ave, Home less chuck. Roast high quality I 21590 S. Dixie 238-5382 '
His wife graduated ,from Bay, day with Mrs. Ellen Thompon ., stead. His wife Is the former sirloin tip. Braise lower quality. \
erecas"1w 1efa Shore High School, Panama 2713A New York Ave. Connie Field of Douglas, N.D. hh .....' /,....;............--.1 ) BeAMAZED
City: and attended T.tvecca I She may be contacted at >S9- The airman li stationed at

._ .ft'1t.4,,' hl College last year 2290 for further Information. Minot Air Force Bise. September Beauty SpecialMONTH ,

OF SEPTEMBER ONLY
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DADE COUNTY'S ONLY



COUNTRY & WESTERN AM STATION at an how auto easily loan and can quickly be

pALL
arranged at this bankatlow

Interest rates and with
low" tea Ht, 1MO. Cl/...m Ftwite 51 0 liberal terms for
A ,f......, fwv* Hufi ml+tf repayment.
a..ly w Ms .M &pd eew.. Come In, when you're buyIng -
1300 t Mf M urn 4, *. t. 1C, II I Will _
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Stow fir law 4..f ... elw* ..">.. MONDAYS TUESDAYS, OF ANY CAR
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Ml* ....II> piers ('*Mlfln\\ I.
MC* MH..* tar MM ... twUnt t.4IM from 3:00 to 3:00 p.m. MON. thru FrI. Salon of Beauty (Formerly South) Dade AT I
hf ml ,.,. r.tuttn um 1azAlt..a. >_.I 824 N. Kromo Ave., Homestead 247.724 Farmers Dank) Jd
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: NotebookMr TTE91W


I N I and Mn. Thomas Me-

Xtoy of Rockaway, N. J,, returned .
t Ynfy home late last week
after a visit with Mn. W. E.Kuiney .
of Leisure City During W
their stay here the three t

1 9' il QN toured central Florida and
uw Cypress Gardens and the .
,
Bok Tower.
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Mrs. Olin Knott of. NW
First Avenue, Homestead, returned
Tuesday by plane
from Stephen, Minn., where
she attended the wedding of
her granddcughter, Erma
Sue Benson, to Gordon Allen
R esch. Mrs Knott had been
gone since Aug. IS.:

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Miss Judy Newton of NW
Ninth Avenue Homestead, -
will leave today for Florida .
t
Southern College, Lakeland, I
V Ile-/ to enter her junior year She .
ls the daughter of Mrs. L. D. t
Newton. tM 1.. i

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The Misses Becky and Bar jooIII i
bars Thorn left Thursday for -.
THIS UNUSUAL PICTURE it of raindrops foiling ot fleeted off the rain drops, causing the curious pot. the University of Florida at
night. It was shot by our Don Phifer, using Tri-X term of the drops to bo recorded on the film. At Gainesville. Becky a sophomore I FOR TEACHERS of Dodo County public schools the coming week actually will
Pan Film with a Honeywell 65 C Strobcnar flash unit left can bo teen a service station light standard majoring Lterlor design be their second week of school They hove been in the classrooms oil this post
and camera settings of 1/60th of'a second and end at upper right Is a street light. is on the welcoming committee week preparing for the arrival of students tomorrow. Taking a moment from
lent opening of f4. The light from the flash re for freshman girls her work to gaze over on empty classroom and ponder over who ond 'what is
----- ---- ------ and Barbara will enroll as a ahead is Miss Sara Leo Mackin, a new home economics and sewing teacher at
freshman. The sisters are the Cutler Ridge Junior High School. (Sta ff photo by Dan Phifer)
Moral Rearmament :Movement\ daughters of Mrs. Jeannette

Thorn, NW Ninth. Street


10 S. Dade Youths And Guests Homestead Dennis Menzel* S returned a by Elementary School Staff

Jet plane to his home in East
Orange N, J., Thursday after Includes Some New FacesThe
From Abroad Sell Way Of LifeTen spending the summer with
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Menzel of 289 faculty at Leisure CityElementary Dade High School and Florida
Terrace Lels\-. CII. During School has been State University. After Interning I Leisure City
South Dade young people munlam or 'any materialist to sist In the door-to-door drive, They divided the United his stay here the) three busy all week preparing for at Redland Elementary last
and their five guests from his materialistic way of life." are Wynand De Pous, 24, a States into nine areas of operation went on a two-week tour of the opening of school tomorrow. year she received her degree By Winifred Donaldion, II III
across the sea are going door- The ten Homestead youths history student at Leyden University. with Florida and the delegates Caribbean Florida. Some,new faces will be seen In elementary education and I CI 74043
to-door In Homestead this recently returned from a six- Holland; Lennart as one to area., sell Here Howard's S a e at' the school this year and early childhood this summer -
week, selling a way of life based week Conference for Tomor' Wennberg, 19, a studcrjt from plan some familiar faces will be returning
on four. absolutes -- honesty, row's American at Macklnac Stockholm, Sweden; Gillian newest book; "Design for Dedi Leaving Monday for Tre- to the classrooms after Mrs. Annabel! Grlffls has his masters degree at the U of .
purity, unselfishness love. kindergarten cation," to finance their workin yucca Nazarene College, Nashville absence of several been a teacher at Redland for M. He also visited his former
Island Mich., and brought Squire, 28-year-old an years
teacher and housemlstress this area Tenn., will be Donna the past three years and priorto West Virginia and Ohio..
horn thel. five
as guests
Called Moral Rearmament, the of senior Davis of SW 134th Avenue, Miss Linda Cain daughter that had taught In the Palm James Coyle, fifth grade attended
students and moral rearmament a girls' boardinghouse Asked what Moral Rearmament
movement alms to build homes in Oxford, Goulds. A 1959 graduate of of Mr. and Mrs Mae Cain of Beach County school system. a workshop at the U of
Sweden.HolI.nd. England
workers from ; Is, the local youths said
in which families learn to live Ulla Kruse, 29, Danish nurse South Dade High School Miss SW 232nd Street, will be. teaching She will teach third grade. M. lie.1110 visited his formed
DenmarkNorway a It Is "a of living It
together; Industries in which and Greet Britain to help In who has been traveling with has membership way lists and Davis will beginher junior first grade Returning to the faculty after home In Vineland N. J., and
management and labor learn to the MR campaign Moral Rearmament plays for no year majoring in education. She Is graduate of South an absence of several years is took time to tour the World'a
Isn't antl-anythlng. ,
work together; a nation in -- -- Fair.
the past 18 month and Ingrid Mrs. Sue Anderson third .
which all races, colors and The Mackinac Island 'confer Sirens, 17, a high school grad. In an Informal talk-session Irr.de.I Jan Taylor first grade,
classes learn together with ence was a training camp "to uate of Oslo, Norway who at this newspaper's editorial After living and teaching in taught one of the pre-school
other nations to lead the teach these concerned future plans to enter nurses' training offices, they said the secret of I Goldsboro, N. C., ahe and her classes at Leisure City Elementary
world into a better stage of leaders to give a satisfying next year, the absolutes on which MR is husband recently retired from In June. After :'a trip to
raise .
human evolution; and to purpose to every man or womanon based I is complete self-honesty the armed services, have returned St Petersburg to visit relatives
a force of young' Americans this earth," the young peo- To prepare themselvM for "You have to quit kidding I to their former Leisure,the Taylors went to their home
"more disciplined, more revolu ple said In report to this their maislv undertaking, -fit
a yourself first; then you haveto City home on the Keys-to spend the re-
dedicated to ,
tionary more newspaper. the Homestead youth. joined be completely honest with I Billy Scott, who will' \ teach the'mainder of the summer.
building a world that works, 2,000 young men and women and with every fifth la also, Green first
Attending from South Dad your family grade returning Margie grade,
Communist Is to Com ,
than any were Mary Hatton, It; Cherry from all over America and one it.. a pretty humbling rql Ito the staff. During his three-I took .a bus tour from Miami,
Harknmsid; Dan Petkw, 2* countries' In six continents feeling," Ray Hackett said. "In, i ii I year absence he has been teaching via Charleston, S. C., to New
I mRY DOLLAR; HELM 19; Ray Hackett, 16; Carl at the Macklna assembly. complete honesty Isn't enough .In Alabama schools. York'and the World's Fair.
T.. Krom., 17; Brad Saltxman, Attending two major session it's like the parachute thatalmost' 'Summer School Days She stopped enroute horn 'to
I I feltI! Yw eo'W' 17; Bob Saltiman, II; and each day they heard distinguished opens" I It may have been a three visit her family in West Vir--
FLORIDA PIONEERMUSEUM Claralynn Harkness, Bill and speakers from all parts month vacation from school ,gnus, '
Barbara Saltxman, all In their. of the world including General :3 Heal Estate for the pupils but many of the Personal'Mention
9n'9Kf HomortsoeJ. ,in* 20's. Hershey, representing President teachers were busy completingor Mr. and Mrs Julio Novella'
Here as their guests to as- Lyndon B. Johnson; Raj- i working toward their misters have sold their home on Harrison
mohan Gandhi, grandson of Courses Set fIhK degrees. Lane. They will leave
,India's late Mahatma Gandhi; Genevieve Chandler, third,Tuesday for Cooper City, Fla.
FUJIYA Japanese Market 'General Behthlem Brazil'i Southwest High School will\ ; grade, completed her masters I
,leading statesman, nad Peter offer three real estate courses, degree In education at the University Mr. and Mrs Jack SheaM
728 PERRINE AVENUE Howard journalist playwright, beginning this'week under the of Miami. and Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Redden
New Food Stock Just Arrived author and world leader of evening adult education pro Lester McNabb Sixth grade, were hosts at a 16th birthday
,Moral Rearmament. gram. John J. Mackel of Homestead '.., spent the summer at Beloit party for Colin Redden at the
II Instrtuctor. College in Wisconsin, taking Shease home on Stint Street
OPEN e:2 Japanese In workshops, they learned A beginner's course designed \courses in geometry and geology 'last week. .
9 A.M. t aI Food how to use such weapons as for those who wish to take Guests included Robert She
a music and
plays photography
to n I the state examination will be n e Pat Perkins physical education aM, Carol Cox, Linda Marter,
9 P.M.Mon.Sot., i I,journalism. --- held Monday and Wednesday Instructor, was 'In chargeof Nancy Calauttl Darlene Caves
ltir 'w Japanese evenings An appraising course the summer recreation program Lou GtltMr, Donna Everage,
y Gifts Wash ..MachinesSales will be offered Tuesday' and at the school in June and I'Jimmy Barnes Eddy Young,
12 Noon 'ps and ServiceAll Thursday nights, and s course 'July and still found time to Larry Williams and Miller
to Makes and Models for real estate salesmen who complete some couries toward Sneed.
6 P.M. s' ,) Expert New and Used contemplate becoming brokers ...
.NABOR'SHOME will be held Fridays. j
Sunday Tailoring IMPROVEMENTS I i Further Information Is available Lions '
11590 S. Dixie 238-5382 I by calling MO 7-5640. SUPERIOR ACCOMPLISHMENT as a postal worker Auxiliary
hat won this framed.certificate of merit for Mrs.
Esther G. Shutts of the Homestead post office, shown
receiving her award from Postmaster A. V. Phil Committees NamedCommittee
lips. Mrs. Shutts, registry end c.o.d. clerk, has work

ed for the local post office since January of 1952. appointments for will conduct the ceremonies
She resides at 721 NE 14th Street. (Staff photo) the newly-formed Homestead- and District Governor Morris
Gallaher.Lions Club Auxiliarywere P. Wolfe will speak John H.
REAL PONIES'lf announced at the club's Wagner Lions club president,
f.1 "MR. LOUIS" initial meeitng Tuesday In the will\ be master of ceremonies.The .
Arcade Building.Mrs. auxiliary laid plans to
Robert Walton, president operate concessions 'at the annual e
FORMERLY OF CHANTKAY named Mrs. Ephriam Labor Day donkey baseball
NEW JERSEY Trueblood, chaplain; Mrs. E. game co-sponsored b). the
W. Burton., auditor; Mrs. Charles Homestead and Perrine Lions
w-- IS NOW WITH Helger, 'membership, and Clubs at the Homestead municipal
;WHEEL HORSES Mr. LouisEVELYN'S Mrs: Crulies Marshall, hospi softball field.
tality. .

Beauty Salon the Officers club's will first be annual installed Installation at- State Tourism

Across from Perrine-Cutler Ridge Bank dinner at S p.m. Sept 28 Holds Its Own
For Your Appointment Cell CE 5-3827 in Holiday Inn. W, W. Carmichael -
WEDNESDAY, I district deputy governor The Florida Development

THURSDAY Commission reports that tourism
RIDE BOTH FREE I--- held Its own in Florida for

AND FRIDAY Sensational Values! the year,first despite six competition months of from this

ONLY 1 the New York World's Fair.

FOLLOW THE SPOTLIGHT TO...' SEPT. 2-3-4 AUGUST Clearance SALE lays The came about state to seven Florida promotion million from'agency tourists Jan..,

uary 'through June. This Is almost
7.J SHOPPinG I [EnTEI USED TRAILERS exactly the 'same num-
J ber that were in the'state during

977. (112th Street & U. s. Highway 1 ABSOLUTELY NO DOWN MONTHLY LOW last the year.comparable period of

({So. Dixie Highway) I 1965 PAYMENT PAYMENTS
f NEW, 50x10; 2 Bedroom Front and Kitchen-$3993 J. P. 'Stingone
If your home Is on a half acre or more, you will want to see, try

and buy the amazing Wheel Horse the perfect family friend Q Be sure and see the NEW ROYCRAFT-55 FT., 12 Wide To Attend.IIeet

for lawn mowine. In' addition, the Wheel Horse Is ever 11ft BATH. S ensational Mobile Living Joseph P. Stlngon el SW
280th Street. Homestead will
handy, ever hardy, no matter, what the Job. .the amazing j attend the Prudential Insurance

vehicle with dozens of uses...Come ride the Wheel Horse your I UNDERWOOD U I Cq.'. national business conference .

self, under the big green and white tent at Suniland, and bring In New York City, today

long the children for some real pony rides at the same time. MOBILE HOMES through Stingone Wednesday, an agent in *the
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Coral Gables district office is
GROWERS EQUIPMENT CO.
one of 370 sales leaders
71 IL __ ILL L. zo company
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MIAMIJ82J NW 32nd Ave.- 3S-1493 I 29120 Federal invited to'the conference.
lU f l/L 7'I/.IlJJe Hwy. W
HOMESTEAD--15-So. FUer-CE| S-255S Participants were chosen
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Homestead-2471309'See Our Big Values Before You Buy' from agencies'sales the company's representa.25,000 district

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> BILL BARNES ,

A new world record has been set for blue

marlin in the 50-pound test line class. Joseph Barnett All.Start from which was played In s delugeof
Teti, a Philadelphia executive, battled his 620- e Homestead lost the lilt game In rain from Hurricane Cleo.
pound blue for and hour and 20 minutes off Atlantic the State fast pitch Softball The storm prevented the final

City, I''. J. tournament to Peniacola game being played Thursday

The previous 'record was set June 30 in Jim Marucct pitched a three- night and it was rescheduledfor

Bermuda with a 585-pound'marlin caught on hitter for the Start but gave up Most p.m.of Friday.the Barnett team
60-pound test! line. Teti caught his fish Aug. two rum in the first Inning members checked out of Winter

6, according tu the International Game Fish Peniacola went on to win the Haven early Saturday morningand

Association. championship game, 1 to 1. The were due to arrive back
champion team was the only yesterday sometime today.
The Homestead Air Force Base has a one to win all its games In The start lost their first game
navy. Six 16-foot fiberglass outboard runabouts the tournament.: of the tournament to Jacksonville

were delivered recently to the base recreation Th All.Start moved into the 7 to 2, then moved Into
department by Fiber Craft Products. Each final round by defeating St. the win column downing Braden -
Petersburg Thursday after ton, 12 to 2, and Winter Haven .
craft is constructed with styrofoam floatation
section and is made from a high impact fiber- FITMEN AND TRACK ortendonH help to untangle in Car 2 was following close behind and v Irtually neon Don, Taylor I t. I.was the winning Stare, S up to to 4.the This semifinal brought contest the

glass. U three car pile-up on Florida City Speedway. Brady climbed onto the pile up. Nona of the drivers was pitcher in the semifinal game, twith st.. Petersburg
a Mason, in Car 11 and Jess Young! in Car 77, injured although Young appeared to be momentarily
The unusual looking black hulled craft tongla or the south end of the track. Gent Lanham shaken up.

flying Coast: Guard identification that you may

have noticed lately are part of a 16 boat fleetof Plenty Of Positions Still Open FootballSohedules
19 foot buoy tenders. These Fiber Craft

boats have aluminum work platforms elevated

above the, windshield to enable the C. G. to

service and install sea* buoys.* Early Practice Sessions Raise


At the halfway point of the Islamorada

Fishing Tournament there have been over Optimism Of 3 Football CoachesBy

2,200 entries. Last year there was a total of
2,000 entries during the entire tournament. The PalmettoSept. South DadeSept.

event runs from April 20 through Dec. 12. BILL BLOSS es begin 'to' work Into shape Martin lays he is no closerto games will be played at home

Patricia Ann Dunn of Homestead recently Foottball coaches at the from the preseason drills. picking a starting lineup this year, with the other six 18 Curley, Central Stad 18 Miami Beach, away'
achieved angling recognition with a 28 pound three high schools in South Probably the most perplexed than he was the first day of away. Two of the away games
dolphin entered in the general division. Dade are beginning to sound coach at the moment Is practice. The competition In will be in the Dade Junior 29 Ft. Myeri, away 25 Coral Park home

Cierance! Visdon, also of Homestead, won more optimistic' about their Leo Martin of South Dade the line and bickfleld Is pret. College Stadium and one will Oct. 8 Southwest, Cent. Stad Oct.10 1 N.Central Miami Dade home Jr. Col.

recognition with a 23-pound wahoo in the gen team prospects as their chlr,- High. ty tremendous. All positions be in the Miami Stadium. 16 Norland Cent. Stad. 18 Miami High home
,
offensively are open. 22 Coral Gables Cent. Stad
eral division.:!: The closing game of the 24 Curley, away
Both fish were caught with Capt. Rene C. If there were a game today season, Thanksgiving Day, 30 Hialeah away Nov. 7. Hialeah away
Roy aboard the "Always" at Islamorada. "I would have to flip a coin will be: the farthest from Nov. 5 Miami High Cent. Stad. 14 Key West, home
One of the outstanding leaders in the tour to decide who would start home with Mays traveling to 12 Columbus, Cent Stad. IB Columbus, home
nament Is Homer Brunkhorst of Jacksonville.In on offense" Martin said. St. Petersburg to meet Glbbs 20 Key West away 26 Palmetto Harris Field:
%
Harris Field
Two lettermen on defense High School. 28 South Dade,
four months he has released 131 bonefish.
are pretty certain of holding
This record will be hard to beat in any tournament P' their positions because of experience Hurricane Cite sot Palmefte WORTH KNOWINGWe

but they itill run High School back a little, Mays
Leaders in the tournament as of Aug. the risk of being nosed out, but coach Cone Glbian says were reminded that one
20 are : according to their coach. the team Is coming along realwall. 12 North Dade o( the big differences betweea
P....... a rh... 1 ..... D. They are seniors Bruce Cham i ., Sept.Carver home away __. ,. .. ss free enterprise
Afrtf.ll '_PO." II I.... I .".,1010100. a. JlI..1 H.aebi5mb. r ben at middle guard and "We have had three sessions 18 ,.-- *> ind Communism
.. Beach
m L y4,411. 1 23 Del Ray away
Dia Dunawai. IS Ihi... K...>tk EnodlMl.lamorada l lyd Butch Bullard, line backer. with pads on," Gibson said Oct. 3 N. Western, away it freedom to
... Robert II... "
AmlirJiok. tt "and I'm pleated to far. choose
.Mum Miami.Banaeuda. Snappor: 4 Iba., t oil, Jael t Sr This\ is the first time In ages Gibson said several transfer 17 Jacksonville, home orchange
Walt North Canton. 0101.a. our careers -
41 lb... K. K. McCullonik look, U bi_ II ma. John W.Oldham the competition has been so students have helped theteam' 23 Tampa, home .. whereas
AllaaU Ga. Wolkor.fl.ld Ce.. strong for most of the starting 30 Pompano, away .
with
prospects two in most Soviets
Tarpon, da Ibi, char. EoatlniIt. t assignments. Nov. T. B. T. Washington, tt" are
Bon.fUk. II ft., 1 ea, *"* .. Cincinnati. OhleTrout t particular standing good Miami Stad ordered into
atowart. Fort IA.d..d.I.. I Ibi, S ..., L. D. "This good Martin commented chances of nailing down starting their work
Bonlto. tl Iki, t .... Tommy Pondlotoa. '''..0''.. 13 Danla home
Rap, Charwat.r.Ch.t..l ... CockruJr ..... .FLY DIVISION Mirtin'i Rebel marauders petitions. 26 St. Petersburg, away Since people ex-
B. 11 Stuart B. .. 14 Iba, S eau. Ckarlai Lane Kaufmann I transfer tell only at
.. Norlhbrook, 111. ...... will through
Hoffman No. Ohio run a scrimmage :
Cobla. II lb., ( ol, Burton L.TSJiliS 1I...'t..., II III, le ..... Arthur under conditions from Mlllburn, N. J., Is a work they like
* ".. J. WlM.. WMt 0...., Po.Ch..n.1 : game Saturday junior and has had experienceas Freshman Game HEBERT the chain of
,
H Ib.. Mr.. Mill, U RaM, Ith..., S .... Ray under the lights at Har
Wri.bt. Now I..,... B...h T. ....... I.lamarado' .; ris Field. He hopes to be able an offensive half back. Ron bad effects In the Russian ays.
Grouper t/lbe., Robert L. RanWJl..k'tJTfcl. Dolphin. SS Ib., a ..... Ray T. Whatley who transferred from ToBeOct.31Some tern is endless, the article said.
....... to. make his .t.rUn'lelectlonl
.. f .... I. A. AMurider. Jack, I.l.marada T )h... 1C ..... Jantoa Hi... from the play in this game Tallahassee, Js also a junior "True, they turn out top engineers
Fort La.d.....'. roll, ..1.In, N. C. *' and seems to be almost certain 35,000 football fans are but this la for the
'/ .... veryreasoiLjUwt.tfiey
( .ch.
Jr.tUh. Itl lb... SUaloy Ck ,..'1.... Ilb.... a Soaa. Ray T ; : Rufus Trl. at to start at tackle. expected to attend the 19* .jnake tne ex.
.... HnmMtoad ... .
fxhaol '
Mays It
'hl. Slman 1..0. High pleated '
Glum W. 1:.,. "It takes a while to ..t'la Kiwanis Freshman 'Footballliisic
Klnrfbk. 4 Ibi Sallfl.h. 41 Iba, La. I. Cuddy. F FII with the performance .f hi.Iqu.d ceptJofl ufMlecttngtechnically
Tart Lauderdale' Coral Go..... j/i/ condition, but the boys are beginning ? charity game betweenthe Inclined people by aptitude and
.... ., Walter ,
t and '
1I..h..I. I' Snappor, S Ika, II saw GardaGrant. says the trainingprogram
........ Miami a, ...d.l.. N. T. la running ahead ef I to get over heir sore universities of Miami and,hence desire. But they cannot .
Murlln (Bin.) tit Its.. Dr. HM Snook, e Ib.., II oil, William muscles and blistered feet. Florida Ibis year allow Individual hopes to go
Roach. Mayrkli.. Ky. Smith Monantna. N. C. wJ lit year at this time. are"
Now to start crowd the
they ready Always a pleaser
It Ihi, Mn ...... much further because their
T. 141 Robot Potter Cln- The boys are looking fine "
Sari'I Wl.fr.y.hCa.1 Cabin Inn.tl. Ohio learning football, Gibson I game will be played Oct. 31 In ,whole system is baaed on the
"we" have hid I
Pnmlt II Iba, I 01.. Nancy A. Trout. S Ika, 4 al, AI Phi..... some good said. the Orange Bowl.
Idea that knows
the state what
Clafln. Balmonl. Ma. Jr, I practice sessions the last few
BldjitrFln'k. MiamiPLUG II -.. -- -- ,.. .. ,
iilfl.h. tl Ibi 4 Ml DIVISION days," Tribble said. wmw.wtw.xxxmwxxu..w.xx.r --.' ,Is beat for Individuals. If wevliiuallM
r.ibln.. N. Y. Barracuda. I lb... II ..., J.ck
FLORIDA CITY the efl.cot
hark. 101 Ibi, Gordon Bill"MlnnMpolto. Wamkold. lilamorada There is nothing unusual to Ju.t
41 Minn.Saapnor Ib.,.. I 01.. Dfc* r)...II.h.. Miami I Ibi, 14 oil, 10..10RoMnoII. report from Mays. It's just PURE OIL SERVICE STATION his one frustrating principle, wean .
.h....... Iilimorada.nook Ckannol 110... II Iki, Al PHuwor hard work and practice to get JOE FISHER (Now Owner) understand why it Is noessary
tl lb., Skip ....10.,, Ca- .Ir.. Miami the team in top shape for the e t U. S. No. 1 Bypass,.ria, City for them to keep their
... 11..10. Iki., LM 1. .
Dolphin tl Cuddy 'Ignorant of the outside
T........ Ill Iki, Our B. Brews Coral Gabbo. opening Rime Sept. 12. SPECIAL people
ViII..... Pa Jack .S Ih.., 4 ..... RobirtStmbarlk Only four of the teams world, walled In throughout
Trout, a IbiIt ..... KnMtb t, rampk.il OhioFormtt. ___._._ $ 95 Ii heir lives. Our staff la here
Brandt. Miami II Ika,.14 w.. Fit c... Not Good
Tuna. It lb.... Martha W, Thoraklll ..ha.. UllaukShark. II CARS WASHED ffft 10 serve you because this is th.
..h......'. *. C. 14 Iki, fhlrloi Holeh...... tVERY DOLUR: HtLfS, r' -B After lIl work they want to do, thank
Wahon, It 110,.. I oil. L JTkomklll 1.1........ AND POLISHED> V .
Jr. Ch.rl.iton, S. C. Snook. U Ibi., I..... furloniTirpon. Sept goodness, and you'll be thankul
11'..... Group. 114 Ibi, C.I Morons fane),Vir; Contributions Tei FREE Lub with Oil Change and Filter too when you let us serve
Wkllfl.ld., li.dlaa.poll. Ind. Ill Ibi, t .... Ray TSlman. FLORIDA Hebert Oldsmobile and
DIVISION PIONEER you
SPIN I
.......d.. I lb... I oil.. Jiek IlamondaTrott. 7 Ibi, 4 "'. Cliff Balky MUSEUM OPEN LlI'VlMl O ri Qini 24 Hour GMC Truck. 29700 So. Dixie

W.mbold Bln.fl.h.Ul.mor.da. I...., 14 Ma, L D. 11..110. RELEASES'. JOHN MOORE, 13, son of Mr. end Mrs. Robert ,Ie. .!,,.MemH'.Md., Fla, 24 Hours Give Top Value Stamps With Etch. Rood Purchase'MaMNNNLaI.N ServiceWe Hwy, 2473232.

F.ndloton. .IllanioradaRnnoflih .II lb... I oil* Wanes Wlnaotka ikorjack, .111 (1). Robert tlpaky. Moore, SW 124th Street, a student of the Mickey -- .MN/NMMNMIMN.MNN.N/e.W..NtarataIIMMIMMWMNMWAMMIMMIMMNNMM wou. .
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W.bitor, ( .1. Rl Boa'IhUI). Rom.r Brunk- Owon Baseball School, receives congratulations
... ...
Channel It. It Ibi Jack 11'
bold. lil.nnr.rf.Cklr. beat Sallfl.h Jaek.onvll.41). Ida C. Sin.... W"l from the -major league catcher. Owen said Moore
Ladrflih). t II.... I .....| Cornwall Lost farm
Mr.. Barbara Houhklia. hlamorada Conn., Ckarlai Hotrhklia. showed fine improvement during the summer end is any machinery lately ?
Tarpon (47)
Dolphin,' I*. I...., C, H. GrIMItk.Mian I r.I..o..d. a good man with a glove. The school teaches the

Jnrfhk) II lb., Dick Sh.pp.r4, ./ill t.t.5palq. 111. (U'). I. r. .Rkma.. game of baseball and helps develop boys'.playing
1-..._.. I Total ....... t. D.t., .41. abilities.FREE.
P...II, II Iba., I ..., Jerry You be
D..I ..n. W. HollywoodDriver I, ,I may losing more than you think. That is, if dirt, rust;

exposure and improper lubricants are killing your equipment inJts prime.

Charged The Standard Oil Man will be glad to recommend lubricants and methods

After CollisionDaniel I that will keep your machinery humming-and extend its useful life.

II I H HY Ask him about Standard MP Grease, the improved

E. Coon.,. SW 17}' all-purpose lubricant to service your mal''hf"es.
Street South Miami Heights,)
was charged with careless driving
Thursday afternoon fol.lowing W. P. Coke, Agent Homestead

an accident at SW 168th
Street and 104th Avenue In

which his car and one driven;
by Barbara F. Gasparinl 172nd STANDARD

Street South Miami Heights. OIL
crashed head-on. I

.Cooney was headingweit and _
apparently created Into the "" We take letter care of your equipment j,1

wrong; lane of 168th Street ... "'; ,. '
and hi, the Gasparlni .vehicle ; '

police Mrs. said.Gasparlni, a '....nrr.1 I ; : pJrit.r.

Sandra Avalon and Cooney: .r' .
were all taken to South Miami \ .
Hospital for treatment of in- Y .-e N

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12 Female Help Wonted 12 Female Help Wanted 13 Molt Help Wanted
t y Legal Notice '
SXPKRIENCiD
Meet
BEAUTY operator wanted, full SECRETARY, Insurance back helper or one who is wil m I:
; J f a tune Alice's Beauty Salon, 8 ground preferred Perrine to learn the trade, am:
l NOTICi I:. Howry SL Employment Agency, 482 Per 29 Apply
Noncil UNDER TITIOU1 COLORED Need ob.? Maids, tine Ave, Shopping Center. Metal, 181 EW 4lh dAv.h:
NAME LAWkrnkP Mve-ins, day work etc CE 82341STENOGRAPHER. 7-3580
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ii ......1..04.ir. .... *(ftWI.. ..teal!...tklrt I. Come ready to work. Perrine time EXPERIENCED
part
,,,..,,,... ".d.tin.. ffeUUani n... Employment Agency, 482 wheel alj J
.1 "...r... Cp..r >t KM sew. Perrln Ave Stepping Cenler Pleasant condition for capable ment and break man, .\
1 1.1' Trrr.... P........ n... Cu*. CE '2341.G girl or woman HerberA 2540. Good alary and bon
'f I't, liar lily InlMdi U MillUr said Brcnnsn, Realtor, CE S7740 Homestead rea. Contact
.... with the clerk at lk. dm
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I ..."..1 I .r Dad. Co..t", riorl.. Friday Top Salary: local 73733.
n.rner area Perrine EmploymenAgency ,TWO Barmaids. Driftwood Bart INSURANCE debit
WII.I.IAM A. "AlUlA well tlished ,\
482 Perrlne Ave
II A... C. 110,, ZJ. It, 1000 62341. Restaurant 393 N. Flag sub-standard Splcn-
Shopping Center. CE ler Ave Apply In person between opportunity for right m,
)( GENERAL office help Will 11 am It & pm. No Above average earnings
,, rt 1 I Announcement.fACIALlrt'e. train CI 77429. 20001 SW phone' calls.WAITRESS atart This is an ad wo
h : 248 St.IMMEDIATE. looking into. Call NE 4 68
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be expert
must
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I : ( Phone your local opening or a m. enced with local references. LOAN adjuster for \progress;'
: : Luzier ConaulUnt, Ruby late as October 1. first Fed All shifts available Apply I installment credit den*
: I Plmental, CI 7S934 enl Saving to staff new of Cutler Ridge Lanes Restaurant wept No experience ner
fie downtown. Openings wry, Contact Mr. Eban
I IP THE LAST four number of also, in present offices, in Bank of Florida CI 7-131]
your telephoi number U the eluding South Bade and YOUNG lady to be assistant ::E 8-1787
same (i one of our lucky Homeatead $60 week mini- manager In small restaurant -
number till CI 72321 for mum and upward dependingon Perrine Employment Agency MAN to worko' poultry fa
your free movie tickets to experience Teller.trainees 482 Perrine Ave. Shopping 20001 S. W 248th St n
i the Films Theatre or Breete age 2132, interviewer new Center CE 8.2341. 7429
way Drive.In Theatre. account age 2338, clerk
I I typist: age 19-29. Must enjoy 13 Mala Help Wonted PART-TIME.8-3475. Drapery Richards (t
I 1-A Personal meeting the public, some Installitii
office experience '

hzT : WU W 1 IS DRINKING A problem with type lonalily neat appearance of Apply personnel, nice per office CARRIER openings lor Boys carrier. Immediate boys in Classified Display. >

-1 r...._ -.........- oa-a: .....--.... -,,, !'1L( you? 400000 hippy ex-problem 100 NE lit Ave, 4th all CirculationDepL.
tai
drinker (many o( thembusineas floor 8 a.m.-4 .m. For evening CI 7-2321.
FAMILY OF TEN con travel if p TABER
economically they camped at steto and national pork. along tha and profession In.
way
Interview or information
toke their own sleeping and eating accommodations In Detroit they visited relatives and men and women) nave found DRIVER salesman, some sales
picked 373JSS3.Number
along the Ales Bossioi of up oberiety in Alcoholic Anonymoui phone background preferred. Excel- processional Real 1
Homestead
discovered doughter Arlene, who hod been working there for They understand lent position with local firm. \I Estate BrokerLotlHom.I.Acr'lgt
this summer. This homemade temper, built around the Pictured Perrlne Employment Agency,
I summer or e Mr. and Mrs. Bomb, anus can neip you wo sec LUCKY 4234.
their station wagon, i i the creation of Bossio, back: daughters Karen, Lisa, Arlene, Christine,. Teresa, or dues Phon Homestead 482 Perrine Ave. CE 8-2341 500 Palm Drive-Florida City
recently with his family from a 3,800-mile trip to Linda, Kathciina and Mary, and the family dog El!> 65653 Miami }R 4 61:Iff., LADIES for part time opportunity
Michigon. Cost of materials, mattresses, gas stove, Sandy who the in an exciting fashion PHONE Circle 7-2321 -
went or) trip too. (Staff photo). 4 Coin Collector
Ice box et cetera come to just over $200. The Bossioi field. No investment good THEY BRING RESULTS!
pay plus bonus. CI '7-I65. $100 DOWN
A COMPLETE service for cola HOME
BARGAIN
lots PERSONNEL counselor trainee. _Classified Display
collector ln"fstment *
Bicycle singles, roll, proof sets, (old If you like to meet the pub 3 bedroom 1 bath with built
It supplies. Homestead Coin lic this Is a good opportunity In range & oven, refrigerator
Exchange, 1338 N. Krome with growing employment: I KAY-LOWY, INC. and washing machine
Tel 248-0612 Oren 10 to ( agency. Perrine Employment Ceo. C. Kay-Sy Lowy, Completely renovated inside
Challenge Il except Sundae Agency, *CenttT.82 Perrine CE Ave.Shopping .! Pres.-Secty. & out Low monthly pay

1 Lost & Found -I 8-2341'1 Reg. Real Estate Brokers menU. Close to school and
RECEPTIONIST, shopping Hurry & call
dance teachers Experience: FHA and VA RESALES JOE HOFFMAN CI 77221
Issued FOUND Brown It white dog preferred but not neceaaaryl I Entrance Keys In our office eve. CI 7-7369
8535 SW 125th Ter. Full or part time. We will
train the right persons. UPI I Sales. Rentals Acreage THE KEYES CO
Calling all bicycle riders, aie LOST Dalmations- during, white hurricane w/black, 2 to $150 weekly for qualified! Need Listings Realtors
6 8R.Winners. people Apply Savoy Ceintln-I 220
to N. Krom. H'stesd
spots Reward. CE ental Dance Club, 1124 N:i 238-5803 238-5809

of Suniland Shopping LOST 5 month ( 'M743.Wem| Federal Hwy. after 1 p..... i I I
Center' first annual bike ariner puppy, rUnt hind>i leg 20456 S. Dixie Hwy. GRAND
race last week challenged bike injured. CE 58432 after I 4, Classified Display *; Opp CR Shopping Center J r
CE 5-5031 before 4. OPENING
teams of any other center, dub i ih iy or --;1------I
or municipality to compete with L S--r=- ;;1 EMPEROR MODEL WITH
trl, yet t male brown chihua- 2 bedroom home. Pool It p.t.iO
tem: for prices and trophies. M'M hua, name Cocoa, no h,. fenced yard. Purchaser KATHLEENNEWTON CARPORT OR GARAGE
Strayed near Homestead Gardens' -
First official challenges will :, CI 0781 or CI 7.55101 can move in with low down $20,000Luxury
go thla week to the Paul Dudley Reward payment. Located at 9965
homes for lets than
White Bicycle Club of SW 214th St
Homestead and to Homestead 12 Female Help Wonted $15,000
city father See u* on your Real Estate Realtor
A.Need B. C.mature ltubyslttera women Itockabye.with problem. Competent, qualified Rt.1 Box,103.Homestead POINT
Competition will be in three Richard
car. 6686519 or CE 53311. personnel. Rd. at Kings Hwy
age groups freshmen, 811
years old; juniors, 1218, and BEAUTICIAN with followln"I'' VELMA S. GRAY. CI 7.3966 CE 8.6721
adult, over IS. Apply Verna ) REALTOR ROYALETHE
Race may be held in the Homestead CI '7.6239. 257 N. Krom. Art.CI ON THIS 5 ACRE Avocado
challenging center or in a spa grove there i I. a small house,
clout area in the accepting 7-08571 Miami CE 8-0860 a smaller house, and income BRAND NEW COMMUNITY .
team's district. SHOP THESE I to build a bigger house when OF FREST1CE HOMES
DEVELOPED BY FAR BUILDERS -
Winner in t h. Suniland the smaller family become LOCATED 10 MINUTES
races Deluded: 611 year olds, r THREE BEAUTIESFree a bigger! family a ter FROM HOMESTEAD. NOW IS
first place, George Waite!', 784S BARGAINS rent! Yes. this Ideal rifle buy, but for detail YOUR ADVANTAGE OPPORTUNITY OF THIS TO SENS TAU
SW 118th St., and second place, home completely furnished call ma, TIONAL ONCE IN A LIK

Jff Norman" ,. 9350 SW 125th Classified Display* has 2 bedrooms, bag Fla. COLD HOMES TIME OFFER WITH MAGNIFICENT APPRAISAL
Ter FEET on chilly ,_
room plus the "cutest" 1 VALUE OF OVER 1aG
I First place in the 12.18 category bedroom apartment. Ideal lo- morning! a problem Problem SLASHED DURING THIS INTRODUCTORY .
OFFERING TO
went to Rodney Cuevas, WANTED cation, many extra Sector solved with this $11,500, LESS THAN
5959 SW 113th St, and second RESIDENTIAL LOTS es. $350 down, 8 bedroom home $15,000
1 place to Jerry Bryant, 13020 with wall to wall carpeting.
CITY COUNTRY
or OR FAR nmrnt llu ritkl to wit
All
SW 80th Ave. CASH Corner lot beautifully landscaped conveniently located to _daw H4 .11w at say ONS.
A senior bicycle race to come with school, shopping and babysitters BEDROOM BEDROOM
the
nicest 2
up with winner who will face TEDDIE SCHERER A beautiful climb BATH
bedroom home in like FAMILY
the Homestead champ. later In REALTORCI new ing tree in back yard another GARAGESVA ROOM
the fall Is 74121 CE MS2J condition. Very roomy and added attraction
being planned. :
TTLI priced below market No -$29 DOWN

0000 I qualifying COUNTRY CORNER ideal- Total Cash Required
i OR ly located for FHA-LOWEST DOWNCONVENTIONAL
T CALL Look I Bring your tooth tore, snack shop a, restaurant country with 1.__ mwtkl'" ,........

.... brush and move right In There are 6.acres in WITH TERMS TO SUIT YOU
this/ 2 bedroom furniahed the parcel with 150x120 feet DRIVE U.S.t NORTH TO S WI .
> I ( I S 1'' I home. Large living room, of the corner toned business 7TH ST. AT rOINT HOV-
4- %a Florida porch and carport $22,500, 29% down. ALL ENTRANCE:
FUCHSReg Walking distance to schools, sas-eosi

METRO DIVERS hod to wait for churches, hospital and (hopping I
CALL THE a wrecker before' they could remove the body ,
Real Estate Broker
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of Jacmro Ramos from his CallPEGGY Immaculate large 4 bedroom 2N bath
cor after he committed suicide by driving into the home with screened
NEWS LEADER Block Creek Canal at 123rd Avenue last Sunday. A nephew witnessed the act TO SELL ACREAGE CARNEY CI 77221 pliances pool and Included patio on corner lot close-In. Carpeting and ap
at :
and pleaded with Ramos not to drive his cor into the cenal. Silt deposits prevented $30,500Terms.

CI 7-2321 the Metro Divers from entering the car before it was raised by a wreck.cr. HIGHWAY THE KEYES CO S bedroom, 2 bath home near school

I (Staff. The photo covered) body of Ramos is seen near the bottom of the phogroph. FRONTAGE & 220 N. Krome Realtor Ave H'stead oak floors, tile roof, fenced yard Only $15,000 Florida, $1000 room down, garage and ,

CHa OTHER PROPERTY 1 199.90 per month, no qualifying
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205 N, Krome. Ave.U. Mamie P. Smith i1500 NW down Ilomeotead.payment! takes this S bedroom 1 bath CBS home
Florida room garage, oak floors, tile
( S. 1)) roof, extra large lot, FHA
mortgage $104 month
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Real per
Reg Estate Broker
Florida City FHA mortgage, $104 per month.

CI 7-6012 "Your Wife Couldnt Ask I bedroom home 'In N"'nja, only 58,000 Payments $.1 a

Paper Boy Wanted ------ .1 For More"Three lIIonth. Will take car or mobile home in trade.

$100 DOWN bedroom, Two Bath 840 acre near Aerojet Canal S350 per acre Easy terms.

8 bedroom 1 bath 172.63 CBS, Lot, Florida Room,
per month, 3 bedroom 1 Built-In Kitchen, Dishwasher, REDLAND REALTY COMPANY.
bath S89.72 per month. Disposal, Sprinkler System, Faye Bogner, Realtor
Beautifully Lands Gaped CIRCLE 7.4321. 107 N. Krome
Ave. CE: -435J
$450 DOWNI Yard, Near Schools 122,. Member of the Realtors
Multiple
In Your Neighborhood! Bedroom 2 bath, Florida 15000 I' Listing Service

room, screened porch, corner I
lot 83x135. Only $450 FHA
down and $83.00 per month. $30000 down take this Three
FH.A. teims Bedroom One Bath Home In
Because of the expanding circulation of our paper we have openings for ambitious Naranja Park, Large Corner Now Open For InspectionBiscayne

boys aged 12 to 16 to handle $750 DOWN Lot.
a morning paper Route in this area. for THE NEWS 3 bedroom 2 bath In Home-

LEADER. atead Extra large front One Half Acre Homesites( _

,I porch and side porch, stove, $2,7SO.oo Terms. East

NEWS LEADER boys make excellent earnings for working just a short time each refrigerator leg room, ,No separate qualifying.din. Five Acres High High Pine-

Thursday and Sunday morning. They learn business training methods, learn how to E. J. MARTER CI 7-7221 land Close in, $1,500.00 per

meet people, how to handle money, and also how to accept responsibility. I THE KEYES CO acre
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Realtors We welcome your listings and 4 Bedroom Homes
220 N. Krome Are H'stead Call V. Today
During the year the boys have many opportunities to win trips, prizes, etc., by getting CI 73531 CE 84148 VA and FHA

new customers on their routes. Many Boys agree that the fun and adventure on these PHONE Circle 7 2321 I 140( NW lit Avenue from $14,525Model

carrier sightseeing trips are more important to them than the actual money they earn THEY BRING RESULTS._ ):1
from the route itself. - homes located
i 1 at the corner Bisceyne

POOL HOME Drive/ <$W 288 St.) and
i Naranja} Road" (SW

For Information On A Route For Your Beat Buy In Homestead area. 3 bedroom 2 bath, 'insulated 147 Ave..J) Turn east at Royal Castle, US No. I.
Boy CBS home, Central heat, bull tin range and oven, dlshwaah-"

er, disposal, new wall to wall carpet, drape, air-con

PHONE ditioned master bedroom, largo double garage, with work- M.IL BUILDERS INC.

shop, Screened pool and patio, fenced rear yard, well,

sprinklers beautiful lawn and shrubbery. Low taxes,
The News Leader 934' % mortgage, IllS month. City water and electric, no -r 'f./
a + '
f city taxes Built I960. Shown appolntmnot only. 7- rtS I t "AW CI 12444Exclusive .
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
A. F.: GALBRAITHRegistered REALTOR
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U Mole Help Wanted 16 Work Wonted-Mai. 21 Special Services' 25 Home Builders 40 Hornet For Sol. 40 Homes For Sol. 40 Homes For Sale 40 Homes For Sole

81 Repairmen Homestead AreaBY Homestead Area (I Homestead Area Homestead Area
RECEPTIONIST, LAWNS lert 1zed. edged
interviewers
EXPERIENCED installment col
dance teacher mowed, machine swept, OWNER' i', year old custom MUST sell like new alr- Experience lector wants accounts Flagler hedges trimmed, trees topped HOUSE painting, single story SACRIFICE by owner! Screened 3 BEDROOM 2 bath double
preferred but not built CBS: 2 bedroom, 2 tinned 3 bedroom, :2 bath =
Full r or part time aecessm We St Miami south full or part 4c removed, sprinkler eyeterm reliable, for free estimate CE bath, large Kla. room & garage home. Florida room well pool patio ho.ne, 3 bedrooms carafe! VA 4St.% mortgage,
train the right ptrma. vil Up CI time.2308.Salary. or commission repaired. Sand, top soil 5-8289 or CE 8. 1867. 100x133 lot. CI 7- 03:1.! landscaped and fenced back :2 baths, Si bath Ingarage M9 NW 10th a T-S572.
& gravel hauled and spreadif well for sprinkler I
Close to Air Base and
to $ 50 for yard.
} weekly qualifiedpeople. desired. CE 5.7328. MARY Carter Faints. Top quality CONVENIENT to schools 4 hopping. Call nowl Mary system and pool, nice corner 3 BEDROOM 1 bath en U
Apply Savoy Coutin wishes presently employed paints, low prices See us bedroom, :I bath home. Price' lot CI 71808. I acre fenced, awnings and
ental Hoffman at CI 7-7221, evenings
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Dance Experienced
Club 1124 N. change. MIMEOGRAPHING Guaranteed for all needsincluding
: your painting S13.200. $4()() down with FHA. pump furnished or unfurnished -
Federal Hwy. after 1 pm. hardware purchasing with top quality painter. 278 S. CI 7-7389 The Keyes SWIMMING POOL Sbedrm,
moorltre.lo : 790 NW 9 St Call Rogers VA mortgage, $72
perpetual control f CO., 220 N. Krome Ave.,
service It Krome. CI 7-4634 2-bath on acre & a quarter.
ROYAL ;iDtpI1I\ Magee, owner at CI 70976. month CI 7-6023.
Castle. Steady work and rates Roy Haynes CI 73994. Realtors, Homestead. Sell or trade One mile from
with an opportunity for advancement above high South Dade McMICHAEL' SON painting
wage Redlands
on
DUE to illness must sell 2 bedroom Elementary
Benefits include resident Write Box: 233, c/o NEED a mild? Cleaning, iron. Work guaranteed, licensed 1 hath furnished POOL-Fatio home with 4 bedrooms Newton Rd. Owner CB 83711or ,1 REuRGOM, 1 ath. $450: complete -
good company News Leader, P. 0. Box: 339, log, babysitting, full time, I Florida :2 baths Ic all electric down payment no
1'h and insured CI 7-1844. large room carport FR 3-3304.
; kitchen On H-acre in Melody qualifying, no closing costs.
profits and Tiospltaliza Homp.tead. Fla. time live-in live-out No
30221 SW 172nd Ct. Come be-
lees I Manor Close to high school month includes taxes
bon insurance paid vacation to you. Carefully screened "PAINTING. Licensed, insured tween 1 It 5 p.m. THE thinking I man's onportun- .$73 per
and neali. Advance with a II-A Kindogortens with references. Perrine and Avocado Elementary Ity to invest in a 3 bedroom & insurance Call Terry Pul-
Neat and clean work. Buford :
crowing company. Apply Employment Agency, 482 I FOR SALE 3 bedrooms, 2 Call Mary Hoffman at Cl 7 home on 3-cres loaded, with len. Annie B. Smith, Reg.
manager your nearest Royal LITTLE Perrine Ave. Shopping Cea- Adams, CI 7-3969. baths, awnings. 1700 NW 7221, evenings CI 77369. The location potential. And at Real Estate Broker CI 7- 5M
Cattle Store. Friends Kindergarten ter. CE 8-2341. 10th St., Homestead. Keyes Co, 220 N. Krome $16500: you don't need a or CE 8-2324._
Cutler
Ridge Baptist Church 37 Brokers in Real Estate Ave., Realtors Homestead. ot snatch it
SHORT order cooks good salary now accepting reservations POST HOLES-shrubs, fences, HOMESTEAD, 426 NW 7th St. pudgy while another purse thinking man 3 BEDROOM 2 bath large kit.
permanent posit on. Perrine for the fall sessions, trained clothes lines 10: drains Orin 12500. bedroom home per. Call then with plenty of cabinets;
SUBURBAN Bill LUCKY Number 8724 just Sits and thinks.
Employment Agency 482 workers, fenced play- Smith, 208 NE lit Rd.. CI 7. Realty 29345- Kin feet condition 32x34 Artist Betty Pensa Associate Kathleen closets galore. 88 foot lot.
Perrine Ave Shopping Cem- round, music classes: re. 6267. man Reilly lied Realtor, Leisure City, CI 7.-- Studio shop attached, Inspection PIONEER Homes E. Avo- Newton Realtor CI 7- Only $87 per month carriesall
ter. CE 82341. freshments dally bus transportation 3452: or CE 8-1481. 1 invited Gallagher, CI 7- cado Drive open dally. No 1 3987 CE 8721 or evenings with only I $450 down,
SEWING wanted. Charlotte D. FHA Call CI 74514 for additional
provided. For information 3001, CI 7-8184. down payment, no closing I CI 78909.
14 MoU & Female call CE 80754. I Goff 28 NW 13th Street 38-A Investment costs to Veteran!*. FHA 3% information or see the
Help Wonted Call CI 78758. HEIR conditioned home In the down. Annie B. 2 BEDROOM 1 bath new duplexes model at 16750 SW 301 St
PERRINE Kindergarten sponsored PropertiesWANT country for a growing family Real Estate Broker,h'cre 7-: move right in, $500( just block west of Tenn. Rd.
by Perrine .Woman's SEWING MACHINE repairs. No bathroom traffic jams, 6565 or CE 82324.PROGRESSIVE down each. Annie B. Smith north of Kings Hwy.
it YEAR old combination life Club in operation 18 years Free checkups OR all makes. 'to own a grocery store plenty of bunk space, cozy Reg. Real Estate Broker, CI Homestead Gardens _
company seeks S applicants Teachers 7 years experience: 33-yrs. experience. 1yr. free Have a building on US 1, woodburning firepace. Room type home 2- 7-eVtS or CK 8-2324. _
immediately. Complete training Excellent program for 4 .. service on all repairs. C. J. Goulds. Perfect spot for for horses, inside or out Will bedroom with pool on 3 or 3 BEDROOM 2 bath $600
program Ages 2140 female year olds Small enrollment IIq Dallier CI 7-1829. store similar to 7-11 next to sell with :&'. acres or more. 10 acres. Terrific buy Va 2 BEDROOM CBS with carport, down, nA qualifying, $77 per
; 21-30.: male. Salary and pncrrt vard CE 1.2Of1.: trailer camp. CI 7-2951. Box Call Betty Penss Associate lends Realty, CI 73993. 5 years old. $790 down in month Includes taxes 4 insure
TREES trimmed removed closing costs. $53
topped
commission 812 Goulds Call Terry Pullen An
Car
SW Miami and Homestead.necessary. 19 MusiV-Donclng-Drama I Seas, reliable,. exper. Kathleen Newton Realtor at RESIDENCE Including 2 lots I monthly payments. CI 7. :reis. Smith, Reg. Rel state
PL 4-2.3. Dynamiting CI 7-402& 39 Farms & Land For Sale CI 7.3966, CE 88721 or evenings coned business or multi-unit 7490. Broker, CI 74563 or CE 8-
CI 7-8009. Owner must sell this week.
'GUITAR, Piano and Accordion 2324.
15 Work Wonted-Female lessons Mr. Pianos WE DRILL holes. Post Trees BY OWNER, 10 or 20 acre Hayes Mortgage $13,000 will takeany 3/2 FHA. Must sell by October
Helger. LEISURE City, 15420
tuned. CI 73442. 'Shrubbery. Phone CI 7- (Trove S22V arre Cl 7-9279 Lane, like new 3 bedroom, V4- this figure I 519 NW 12 StCLASSIFIED 5-ACRES with 4 bedroom 4
Nendvsl
Frank Irvine
7764 Owner 426 NW 121 Q 80904. 1 bath CBS home.! Pool, fireplace -
acre $8930.
CHILDCARE my home, hour PIANO lessons Cutler Ridge. 39-B Acreage 7th St, Homestead. CI 7-3001: I. WILL RENT bll.r.ge. school bus
day or week, infants up. CI experiencedMrs. 22 Insurance Call Erhoe: Jordan Realtor.
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Jantowankdi CI 7-8184. EVERYONE READS
7.D489. SEE me about Country Acreage -
CE 8-3323. THAT HOUSE FOR YOU Cl 7-2543.
Ale- CLASSIFIED I PAGES!
Hwy. property, etc.
CHILD INSURANCE Problems? For i LEISURE CITY, new section 2-
care, my borne Experienced tha M. Campbell, Reg. Real
PIANO, ORGAN, Guitar les
reliable, reasonable: all kinds of insurance programs Futste Broker CI 7-89SO bedroom, carport, awnings Classified Classified Display
CI 7.5492. sons. House of Melody Dade annuities it: health Insurance air conditioner, screenedporch. 1* Display Classified Display *

I land MO 7.641PIANO Center Miami call Joe Stingone 40 Homes For Sole SHOO down no qualify

EXPERIENCED child care like CI 74999. Prudential Agent Homestead Area ing. Howard Perkins* Real
they were my own. fenced Estate, CI 71343.
I lessons classical Apopular
yard and nice play room a4275. music piano avail PRUDENTIAL Education family Insurance, retirement: tile LEISURE 2.bedroom near
,- ahle for practice CE 8-0204 ATTENTION newly assigned City FRED WARNOCK FORD INC.OF
and estate, consultant Call Military Personnel: let us school base, shopping $9300! .
EXPERIENCED maid Joe Kavanauxh. CE 8-7668 Suitable\ terms 14810 Fillmore ,
wants 4 21 Special Services' help you set fettled, we are
or 5 days CE 84304: after located just outside the hospital Lit, CI 7-0985. HOMESTEAD, FLA.
1 p.m. 25 Home Builders J

EXPERIENCED ironing, pickup : ADDING Typewriters MACHINES, new, used, rebuilt & Repairmen late rentals gate available to HAFB Carnlne-Coop for sales immed- LOVELY:2 bath, HOME huge Florida, 3 tearoom room; fSf 5 is pleased to announce

& deliver CE 8-5602-Cl 7 Bought, sold, rented. AAA Construction or additions er Realty occupancy.Brokers, 336-2812 wall to wall carpet, drapes "

3548 Authorized service Remington Dade Sales Office Call Wally Kelntead. a 7- CE 54001 or CE 8-3444. throughout Central Air-Conditioning x ;Mffl ttio appointment of
supplies S. 3808.
awnings, sprinkler
IRONING
1 day service in my .
home. CE 84595.RESPONSIBLE Machines, 1224 N.Krome BEAUTIFULLY landscaped 2 .system, shuffleboard court, '
C Sutton .
painting,
Ave. CI 7 8422. Repair ,
tLEuar bedroom, 1. bath pool home.
free esti landscaped royal palms Vi EdwardJ.GomersallJr.
all makes. '
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baby and chid mates. CI 7-6220. Large patio, screened porch ere in beautiful Melody Man
care in a fully equipped and hardwood floors 723:\ NE
EDGING II first time, 50c Must be to be t. .
home. CE 8-4459 14th St Call CI 7.8758 after or. seen ap.precl.ted. .
thereafter. Aim lawn service FRANK Deli Painting licensed 5:30: p.m. Original price $28, Ed Gomarsail! Jr. as their new
WILL babysit In my home CI reasonable Call CE 8-1849. and insured.. Worlnnanshipguaranteed. 900. Reduced to $22,900 for i

7-6519. ELKCTROLUX sales *: service CI 7-2257. PHONE Circle 7-2321 quick sale. Many pieces of GENERAL SALES MANAGER *

WILL babysit days or r. E. Shaw, 913 NW 6th CL. CLASSIFIED WILL RENT furniture will be left 27220 ,, /r
evening ,
irpiTfrnrH CE 5-20M. !, Homestead. Cl 7-5972.: THAT HOUSE FOR YOU THEY BRING RESULTS! SW 186th Ave. CI ".'13M. North Federal Highway 7-5112orCE5-0673


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40 Homos For Sal 40-A Homo For SoloPerrineCirtler5.M.H.. 47, Apartment lent I 47 Apartment For Rant 47 Apartments For Rant i 47 Apartments For Rant 47 Apartment For Rent I 47Form.* For Rant r

Homestead Art Homestead A... Homestead ArM ( Homestead A... Homestead ArM Homestead I....
HYDROPONIC farm fully
CLEAN 4 quiet efficiency utilItlei THE HAMPTON Villas Apartments equipped for lease by year or
$250 DOWN, approximately S5C I $400 down no qualifying necessary AIR conditioned 2 bedroom paid fully furnished, LARGE furnished apartment, ,, Homestead, offers tile 1-ROOM upstairs apartment, longer Can: earn $6000 for
month buy 1 bedroom wit to own this like new a furnished duplex, weekly or 170 NW 18th SL tile bath with linen closet best in modern convenience cross ventilations $60 month 5 month season. Only $100
screened porch and carport.Valencia bedroom home near schools. monthly rates only. CI 7-223 ample closets, good kitchen, at reasonable rates. Spacious CI 78507. Mr, Sam J. Davis. per month. Call Bun Arman
Realty, a 7-3993. shopping, and city bus $100 I CYPRESS Motel efficiencies., $75. CI 77182. 1 bedroom apartments, llv. Farmlif Rd. tt mile N. o' at MO 7-6461. PymaSuchmanReal
per month pays all. Cliff' ALL NEW 2 bedrooms fur rooms Reasontble rates In Ing room, kitchen, dining Bauer. Estate Co. Realtors,
$450 DOWN, completely redecorated Mendleaon, Realtor. CE I 5- Dished or unfurnUhed. Bulk day, week or month. CI 7- room, bath room, beautiful BZflfl, S Dlxlft Hwy.., Miami
I. bedroom wit 9241 24 hour I' LARGE 1 bedroom furnished 235 SW 5th Ave., Fla. City 3,
logs just completed, $83 wit 1 tile floors, aanitary.I Freegas
full room Flan 409 NW 2nd Ave., 4 and 8-room furnished apartmcnts .
48 Homes For Rant
m'd yard.Realty stove and refrigerator or 393 :ilPomeatead.t It water, beautifully landacaped. $83. $125 and $1monthly.
fenced Valencla $600. DOWN, 3 bedroom, :I bath completely furnished Including COMPLETELY FURNISHED
Homestead
7-3993 Area manager opremises CI 7.2252. Are.
I fenced
CI on lushly landscaped
modem apartments low
drapes off street park- ,
near park It school,
bedroom
in residential LARGE :2 duplex, unfurnished -
corner prestige Ing, central TV antenna, weekly rates, utilities included 'AVAILABLE Sept. 1, 2 bed
of children
505 NW llth St., 3 bedroom area. Owner gone and said very nice, $80. CI plenty play area,
home with Florida room garage "Sell my $20,000 value for wishers it dryers. Separate. Tropical Inn, 90S W. Palm 77239. under good control welcomed. 47-A Apt For Rent I room furnished house, $83.
building for adults and chi You must these apartment PerrneCuHerS.M.H.DUPLEX CI 7.358'7.BRAND .
oak floors, 112'4-foo $15.800 FHA. closincosts. I Dr., Fla City. CI T-340L see .
no
dren. NE 13th SL, corner MIDDLE aged lady wirer to to believe.
lot $500: down to qualified ." r. yourself
buyer CI '-42.11.t Cliff Mendlesoa, Realtor NE Krome Terrace. Manage DELUXE 1 bedroom apartments share apartment w/aame, $35 Come live in comfort at new 2 bedroom 2 bathhouse
CE 54241, 24 hours In corner building Apt 2 now ready, Electric month. CI 7-4623 morning Hampton Villas Apia. Homestead 2 bedroom, oversize I on acre near S. Dade.
t 40-A Homes For Sole $1.,JO total price for a homein Model Apartment open dally: stove, refrigerator, heat, air tit 1 p.m.NEATLY Fla. CI 7-4234 or Miami bath vanity, built.in.stove, mi .
Phone CI 7486 or CI 77221 refrigerator, utility room '
Pmin..cutlerS.M.H.I' conditioned, screened porch PL 9-8733. 1201 SW
Cutler Ridge. $350 down :
furnished 1 bedroom 9370-72 SW 169th St., PL 8- UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex
f 130 SW 6 SL CE 5-0604. 4th St.UNFURNISHED
with new FHA mortgage. Low AAA describes the quality .t apartment, air conditioned 0888. stove It refrigerator,
A BIO new list of VA resale monthly payments. Carnine- the Colonial Apartment 110 EFFICIENCIES, Land 2 bed laundry facilities. Nice, quiet 3 bedroom, 2 city. Teddie Scherer, Realtor,
with only $100 down quick Cooper Realty. Brokers, 336- NE 10th SL New hulldininew room, utilities paid, reason- and convenient location. Sorry bath, duplex apartment, near FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment CI 7-6121.
Jl .lUulon. Call ua for .c. 2812 CE :!54001 CE 8-3444. apartments, new lurid able. CI 7.3891.FURNISHED no children or pet*. Please air base, 14473 SW 268th StNaranja. Call a 7-4290. _, .
dresses. So. Dixie Realty, hire. Imagine the luxury of visit the Patio, Apartments, NE 88980.UNFURNISHED CUTE 1 bedroom furnished,
I' R .ltor.. CE 8-1616 $ 3 a pool for only 18 apartments. :2 bedroom, vacant 83 N.W, llth SL. Apt 2. : FURNISHED apartments, clean $73. Also 1 bedroom furnished
lki cOhen 1-spaclous 3 bedroom 2 bath.
stove ,
sprinklers duplex,
fenced, ft Bathrooms have paste soon. Babies or adult apartment, $65. CI 7-8083
AIR conditioned 3 bedroom well, air-conditioned. 11840 tile fixtures and glass snowe children only. Inquire 1390 NEWLY decorated furnished and refrigerator 3 miles I $120; 2 small cottages $80. or CI 7-5050.
corner, screened patio. CE 3- doors. All apartments air NW 10 SL I bedroom apartments. 460 NW from base. CE: 84619. $73. Near Dadeland It Jefferson's
SW 177 Ter CE 5-5847.
CE CE 59543,. CLEAN, 2 bedroom house
6682. conditioned, washers and dry. 6th St Apply 546 NW 6th 8-0832. on
UNFURNISHED 3U room,
LUCKY Number 3708 corner in Leisure City. Carport
BEAUTIFUL modern en on every floor, kitchens Ave. CI 7-3661. good location. 605 NW 6th St 2 BEDROOM 1 bath duplex,
new 0-D Florida Keys PropertiesACRE refrigerator and stove,
home, Cuter 3 bedroom.Near are sued,all bedrooms electric are and FrenclProvincial kine FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment .NEW 1 & 2 bedroom apartments CI 7.3031, evening CI 7-0614, furnished or unfurnished, air- $93, other extras. Day CI 7-
Ridge Center: living room $65 a month. Wells central air-eonditioning ask: for Tony. conditioned. Immediate oc- 5211, after 6 and. weekend
$13,000 unfurnished or fur lot fronting on 100 foot Danish Modern central TV Home Rentals. CI 80255. It heat, furnished or un cupancy. S. Dixie Reaty, Realtors CI 78752.FURNISHED.
I nlshed 18000. Small down paved road, 20 miles below Antenna and everything the FURNISHED 1-bedroom furnished wall to wall carpet 1 ROOM efficiency apartment CE: 8-111111. ,
Marathon. CI 7-8858. apartment $40 month 2 room furnished 3 bedroom house,
payment. CE 8-6693. swimming pool, stove It ;
highest except the price. CI with utilities. $70 monthly. 47-C Trailer Home 1 bath
refrigerator, For informationcall apartment $50 month; large large lot, 2 porches.
COLONIAL, 3 bedroom. 2 bath, KEY LARGO Lota from. 7-7228 or CE 8-2817. Orange Park Apartment, CI 84887 or see ManagerMrs. 4 room furnished apartment For Rent 91 SW 5th St. CI 7-6110.
I 2 car garage, pool and patio, $895 up. Terms. Also furnished AIR N. Krome Ave. & Silver. Palm Flick, Apt. 106. $70 month, utilities furnished ,
conditioned bedroom
corner *. acre. Excellent house rent, $65 per 2 Dr.; washing machine avail LARGE :2 bedroom house, air
I I' terms. Under $29,000. Open month. J.for. KennastonProperties. furnished; linens, TV, etc., NICELY furnished apartment, able. Flamingo Lodge, Florida LARGE, new, :2 bedroom furnished conditioned, fully furnished
216801 SW 88 Ave. Rose- Box 151, Key; weekly or monthly. CI 7 FURNISHED bedroom apartment 721 NW 1 Ave. Contact A. E. City. c part or completely By week by month CI 71980 -
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f man Broker. CE 52344. Largo Phone 832-5783 or Miami 5964. cooking gas and water' Campbell, .57 NE 11 St or Adults only. $75 per month Spana Apartments, 190
CE 9-7092 1 and 2 bedroom furnished .- Oasis Trailer Park, CI 7.9808. NW9SLNEAR
ALL Air-conditioned Pool 1 1 furnished car shelter, $65! phone a 7-6640. I
CBS old
IMMACULATE ,
6-year apartment $47-$32-$62. 141
2 bedroom, 1 bath comer. 1st 44 Exchange-Reel Ester bedroom .partm nll. Also ler month.Ave.FURNISHED.Adults. 143 N. Flag NOW LEASING new 2-bedroom NE. 2nd Road, a 7.3587. RENT or sell 8x38 most un- by, 1 bedroom, carport,
: Studio apartments, beautifully usual exclusive Ventoura, air- screened
mortgage $9300 at $63 duplexes with stove and refrigerator porch, 10 Ft storage
4I.%, $400 down, total $88 WILL sell or trade equity In furnished. Homestead'illrlelt 1 bedroom apart $85 per month, 1 BEDROOM apartment furnished conditioned, automatic washer grounds. Adult, CI 7-
.t until $1100 la paid. Will 3 bedroom CBS home for 10 and. finest new apart- ment. Exclusive neighbor near air base. Naranla Development $65 month. CI 7.2247 $90. ED 6467. 5062.
trade for 1.2 or 3-bedroom wide home trailer. CI 79388 ment hou Regina's Regency hood. Adults. $83. a 7-4684 269 3 SW before 3. after 3 CI 72798
I Corp.
.,. .
9810 NIC House 777 NE llth St Cl 1 2 bedroom furnished trailer NICELY furnished 2-b droom
Homestead CE 57998.are 46 For Solo or Rent 74761. FURNISHED 1 fc 2-bedroora 145th Ave. Rd. (;1 76293. 1 AND 2 bedroom apartmentsalso Homestead Trailer Parka home like new Inside and out.
aragua. I apartments. No pets, adults ROOMS It efficiencies sum efficiencies t sleeping 7. 4021. Large rooms, carport In center -
IMMEDIATE occupancy, 3 bedroom APARTMENT furnished, all only. See them any day except mer rate Dixie Motel L CI 7- rooms available, all furnish, of 2 lot*. For rent yearly
with carport and awn, HOUSE, :3 bedroom unfurnlih utilities, $90. CI 8-0590. Sunday. 211 NW 8th SL S118. ed. Reasonable! rates. CI 7. just right for businessman
ings. Only $75 month after I ed, $105 month. 604 NW 10th BEAUTIFUL bedroom I Phone CI -7144,. George W. 7433 9 to 5, CI 74363 47-E ForMlond For Rent or officer, no pets, ad-
Urge SMALL for
small down payment. No SL a 73647. Smith. cottage apartment after 5.BEDROOM. ults. 249 NW 7th Ave. In-
furnished apartment close- couple. Nicely furnished, 238 NW' 6th. Ave.
Carmine Cooper ARVIDA an quire
; qualifying EASE or 4 acre in. 186 NW lit SL FURNISHED apartment $60. electric washer, $55. CI 7- 2 apartment furnished Corporation, types
Realty, Brokers, 3364812. 81dcr of farmland. 5 to 5000 acres.
ranch on Rd. 4- utilities included NaranjaCI 5962. $69 a month. 109 NE UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
CE 5-4001 CE 8-3444 bedroom, 2 bath, 70-foot BEAUTIFUL, 7-7477. 2 Rd. CI72777. Most land has wells. CE 8- Both air
a newly decorated, SUMMER Rates 1 2-bed- 2202. Or CI 74521. I house an duplex.
; low recreation room 2-car garage, 1 bedroom conditioned each. Well
NO DOWN payment, apartment, near room apartment furnished $85
LEE furnished
monthly payments' 2 or 3- fatlIfIB guest house. Kane shopping. 145 NW lit St. CI HOTEL Nicely efficiencies Arooms. It unfurnished. DeCarlo Construction 2 BEDROOM duplex apartment, FOR RENT 5 to 10 acres old Home Rentals, CI "255.
:. bedroom homes, built-in kitchens CE 5-5921. 7.639 or Cl 79917. apartment. $10 week, $30 month Corp., 26701SW 1 month.stove,CI refrigerator 7.7257 ,. $65 grove land never been farm
BEDROOM furnished houseon
one mortgage, no closing -PALMETTO Country Club It Q 7-6526. 137th Ave, Narana. CI 7- ed. Call Echo: Jordan Realtor .,
area CONVENIENT efficiency, newly up. private estate 3 miles
a costs. Geo. Anzelmo, 3.2, carport. A-l colonial with 6447 or CI 78570., 3 ROOM furnished apartment CI7-2543.
No children
decorated $95. 143 NW 1 north of Naranja.
: Realtor CE 81858.ONLY fenced private back lawn. SL CI 7-6395. IN TOWN duplex., 2 114 bedroom NW 4th furnished Ave THE OLD Homestead, rooms in.All CI utilities 74373.furnished, close- VARIOUS size tract, marl or no pets, $73 month. CI I
; $51 cash, Veteran loans Bedroom air-conditioner av- and apartments, $8 weekly rock. Some well John F.. 74481.
only. New 3-bedroom, 1 bath call ailable. 9725 SW 163 St, EVERYONE READS KRUSZKA'S furnished cottagesand and up. Center of town,, off RENT Kuhn, Sr., Realtor. CI 71906.
: homes. Immediate occupancy. CE 8-3777. Owner trans apartmenta. 16744 Avocado street parking 34 SW 1st CLASSIFIED EVERYONE READS
$61 monthly pays all. FHA ferred. CLASSIFIED PAGESI Dr.jf SL CI 7-4518. THAT HOUSE FOR YOU 10 ACRE farmland for leaae. CLASSIFIED PAGIS!
C financing just a little more. FR t-3748.
SW 117th Ave. fc 170th St.
CE 8-3144, Mr. Luckey Classified Display Classified Display Classified Display Classified Display 1* Classified Display Classified Display Classified Display *

OWNER must sell before 1st,
3/2 split level. Make offer
i 12230 SW 191st Ter. CE 3-


I OWNER 4391. transferring. No quali

i tying 3 bedroom, 2 bath, WE CHALLENGE
central air and beat, carpet, ANYONE
sprinkler system, $17,
Whispering Fines, 19295 SW
: 92 Rd. CE 118522.OUTSTANDINO .

value, 3 bedroom

; lot ,screened Itt bath Florida 100x100 room Ft,


$. I -, SW outdoor 185th no patio,closing SL low, ra down cost, 11829 payment refrigerator i. ;.", TO BEAT OUR VALUES!



PALMETTO Estates, 2 bedroom _
with Family room, 1 bath, DICK

carport 16543 SW sprinkler 95 Ave. CE system:!-t252i WE'RE IN POSITION/ TO OFFER YOU TOP

REDECORATED resale. Only CONLEY -

t $10,300 monthly and payments$350 down.Call Low Jim MONEY FOR YOUR CAR ON A NEW '64 CHEVY

Lytle, Broker, CE 82258. SAYS ,.'

VA Equity sale. $199 down and WADE THOMPSON. VON VERLE
$100 month or $1500 down
and $83 month pays all. No SEZ "CHEVELLES 3 WEEKS
IN :
CHARGE
OF THE
balloon big 3 bedroom, 2 NOW r;'fir IMPALA

..; ,bath raenttry carport school, 2 blocks Owner tie.CE I FLEET "58, 52, 57 AGO WE HAD 21, THEN .

83711. h.' NOW WE ONLY 17 AND NOW JUST 9

2 BEDROOM 1 bath Florida HAVE
room, well, pump, fence car Is ThePerfect 'f"
port. Kitchen complete walk ,R 1' -, 39"TAKE
to school. 11930 SW 178 St. I .

0. 2-BEDROOM home on wide '' R. B. RIVESQ

canal for swimming, boating
& fishing. $12,600 total price I Time To Get w YOUR KEEPER OF 64 TRUCKS .
with $400 down. Carnine-Coop- > ., PICK 2 LEFTBRONCO
er Realty Broken 3362812
CE 3-4001, CE 8-3444.I The Very OFA < ,

BEDROOM pool home, 2-car ALd/\ BARR
garage,Sl't.a large patio Best Deal REAL
9860 Dr., Cutler
Ridge. By DEALt'REMINDS THE CAR BUYING
i month.Pl m2nr 6618776
$185 -
On America's '
PUBLIC THAT THE BEL-AIRS

3 patio BEDROOMS CE 82118., 1 bath, screened No 1 Cars !" WERE 14, 10, DOWN GOES THE:


i 3 BEDROOM 2 bath home, lowdown STOCK.-- NOW
t payment, pick up e ONLY
; monthly payments. CE 84030 a 7

E, *B ED ROOM, bath with very
large living area, fireplace,
built.In kitchen, built-in B.ri i
;' B-Q In Florida room, en.
closed carage. $17,900 with

i FHA terms. Carnine-Cooper
0 Realty, Brokers, 336-2812, CE
:54001, CE: 8-3444.

$100 DOWN, large 3 bedroom
home with carport range, re
,. frigerator washer. $88
month pays all. Carnine-Coop

er Realty, Broken 336-2812,
CE $9-4001 CE 8-3444.:

i $100 DOWN, 3 bedroom c....
port stove refrigerator,
close to schools. Completely
redecorated, quick: occupancy.
Kay Lowy, Inc. CE 8-5803,
open 7-days.
I
f $100 DOWN, 3 bedroom 2 bath
. carport, Fla.
complete
'lf.m' All Models "
ly c e Kay-Lowy,
1! Inc. CE 8-5803, open 7-days ,
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i. $100 DOWN 3 bedroom home,
built-in kitchen, newly paint Many With Air
: ed. Cutler Ridge l S. Miami
Heights Geo. Anzelmo, Real
: tor. CE 5-1858. e

: $295 DOWN, 2 bedroom, car- All Colors O Wagons Fresh Stock
; port. Fla. room, built.in GE
kitchen, nicely landscaped: .
: ,. Vacant Kay-Lowy, Inc. CE B-
5803, open 7-days.

I $350 DOWN, 3 bedroom, -41-
f' tern oa beautifully landscaped DICK CONLEY CHEVROLET
,- corner lot, mint condition.
t Only $79 per month total
bath'' carport sprinkler aya-
quick occupancy Kay-Lowy,
Inc. CE 88603CLASSIFIED .

WILL RENT 261 Parkway Homestead, Florida CE 8-1832 CI 7-2121

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Homesteod Arta Articles For Solo. 61 Articles/ For Solo 85 Automobile Dealers 86 Automobiles For Sole .1 -


1 BEDROOM country home on' BOBO'S have Trading Post we i PIECE twin bedroom set BLAKI-BIRD, 6DC7"1 520 S. '60 Corvalr door, automatic
3% acre tract, CBS, furnished. priced' I variety' of goods, good condition, $50; 134 foot Krome Ave. Wa, transmission heater, low
Knotty pin living room. see us at reasonably.13110 S. Dixie Come to boat, trailer, and motor, $11 _sell guaranteed used can.CAH mileage. By owner CI 72070. r II
$65. minutes from Home- .. Hwy. Thanksgiving, CE S84S8 'r
for car at 60
waiting Corvalr
your radio, neater, automatic -
strad B-miles from bine. CE COMBINATION room heater O it L Motors Corp, U.S.
24 transmission.
FOOT aluminum extension A steal,
IHBM after 8 and cooker .
weekends good especially in ladder, regular price $219reduced Federal Highway Princeto: $623, CI 8-0099.( I
BEDROOM hurricane emergency' 2-burn- to 8 foot ladder a 7.0023.DICK .
furnished $1793
1 cottage er blue flame I ; 19(1 '
half Volkswagen 1 j
price like owner, J
$50; 1 bedroom Leisure City new, only $10. CE 51790 ced regular price $693 red : Cnly Chevr,l*", Inc.. $950. CI 7-8425. \
house $69 1 bedroom aircondttiones.i to $5 50 278 S Krom new Ic: used cars, 261 Par .
apartment $73; 2 CULLIGAN deluxe water' 10ft. 1962 Rambler Statlonwaion,
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61-B CI 7-2121 or CE 11832
Articles/ Wonted way
bedroom furnished apartment' ncr, 2 year old. Will sell 1000. 17-foot cabin cruiser
$75; 3 bedroom house $110 cheap CI 7-2210. FRED Warnock Ford new and boat, $1400. Horse with tad I
Dickinson Realty, 51 NW die $300. CI 8-0003 MOTORS ecar.JADE'S .
CANVAS GUNS needed by Ralph' 128 sed cars. 1300 i4. Federal Sandy
14th St. CI 7-5334. cartop carrier' Bfoo N. ICrome Ave. kind Coates.
like new $23. Any Hw Homestead. CI 7-511 ,
28901
SW
2 BEDROOM CBS country Ct., Leisure City. CI 77177.FREEZER 154tb. any age. Cash waiting. or CE 5-0673. 1962 Pontiac Catalina convertible -

house fit. room, fireplace' WANTED to buy Used refrigerators GUY Caskey Rambler Co., U.S. power steering, power SOUTH
trees Near achool Call Kchoe 500 Ibs. upright, freezers air-con 1 at Avocado Dr., KomesteaiCI brakes, automatic transmis
Jordan, Realtor, CI 7-2543 CI like 70503.FIRST new., assume Piymen ditloners. CE: 5-72li. 7-1511: or 233-2072.: sins Excellent' condition,
$2095. 9361 SW 177 St
2 BEDROOM unfurnished' ex PERRINC; Auto Sales. Buy ;;
nova and refrigerator : $800 takes Wurliteer 23 63o.t.__ & Accessories Sell Trade. Bank financ 1962 Cadillac
iPt'l' Sec any day except : peddle organ. CE 8-1637. ing. Call CE 5-3237. equipped air, AruluI 7- LARGEST AUTODISCOUNT

Sunday. I GE refrigerator' automatic defrost -FOR HIRE 33-ft. Owen, twin VOLKSWAGEN Porsch 3359 after 3pm. I

I BEDROOM CBS unfurnished' very nice condition. flnc7.! all day $ for 6. Authorized Salt- Service '64 FALCON sacrifice equity.
close-in $90 month. M. C. Ideal for apartment or trailer : 4 to 8 p.m. Parts lined' cars. Payment M4 ((18 CI 794RB

JCSMC Realtor. CI 1.2611. $100. CI 71328.GRANDPA'S IS.FOOT Vanguard molded] Motors, Perrin-. HOUSE
87 Trailers For Sole I
BEDROOM, 2'ibith in the I Trading Post Is fiberglass w/35 HP Evlnrud WESTOVER OYt'r.ltt'Y'I''I'
Pawn Shop, 26750 S. motor, Gator trailer. $695 or '
country. IVi-acrei. $12 month Hwy Federal trade for truck. See acros I Tempest, 201 Civic CAMPER to fit short wheelbase
ly on year lease. Carnine- Narania. We paw, 3621 or CE 5-0054. wide side '
,
buy, sell trade. street' from News Leader of-; j ton pick-
or Cash fold AUTHORIZED DEALERS FORT
Cooper Realty, Broken, 336- gold &: silver Guaranteed -. fice. CI 74164. 36 Automobiles For Solo I up. CI 72210.CLEARANCE 'I
CE 8-4001
2812. CE8-3444. ,
eipert watch &: jewelry Ii 1. FOOT runabout fire extinguisher Sale on allnew
| BEDROOM houses for rent" CI repairs, 74722.. Fine hand engravinj windshield and all extras. CORVETTE 1958. Sharp. It used trailers' at lowest T S ALFA H
furnished &. unfurnlnhorf --- $1375. CE 81853 CI 7-178 prices in state. 1-2 and 3 bed-
: '- 33 HP or R V U S R I IB
$150"month.-. k-A. Vellantl -: 1e7.iIt :: rooms. Now is the time to get
refrigerator and GE 39 Inch triestartiag, $300.
Realty! CE 2444 stove, both good condition. FLEETWOOD Cadillac 1960, your mobile home for best I 0 N I 0 L
$45 or $23: each CI 71402 FOOT fiber' glass cathedralball excellent condition Factoryair quality and lowest prices. M U L B M M L
or
48-A Hornet For Rent electric' windows Jnclui Low bank rates Low down
75 H P. Evinruda motor. .
PerrintCutlerS.M.H.ATTRACTIVE see City.at 1633 NW 1 Ave., Florida Fully coast guard equipped tog vents, electric' 6-way seat, : Irf'ntS.I See at Isla Gold M V E C E M
new muffler system, excellent 26401 S. Federal
extras Rocket break P 0 A A 0 A
GE Undercounter dishwasher' Many white side mall tires, Hwy., Naranja.
frame trailer. $100 cash take electronic dimmer, M
country house nexer' Installed, 115. CE 8-, new H H
Kennel and run on 20 acres. 3873. over payments. CI 74514 after brakes, teat belts. Phone ED NOW S% Financing and up to
CE 9.3189 or JE 1-3665. I 8pm. 6-8111 or ED 5258.. 8 years to pay on new and
HEARING Air Batteries. Fl. uped' Mobile homes. Also Terms Arranged to
AN EXTRA nice 3 bedroom cher & Sons, 141 N. Krom' 195. Johnson 33 outboard motor '55 OLDS V-8, new seat covers, rental trailers Underwood' BANK FINANCING
practically new' home, 2,util Ave.. Homestead.: good shape with almost' paint, clean, $175. Call after' Mobile Homes 29120 S. Federal Suit Your Needs
ity room. Within walking] new breakframe trailer, $225. 5. CI 74477. Hwy. CI 71309.

distance Cutler' Ridge Shop- INFANT seat, bowline ball Ir: 15 foot boat with marine 1955 FORD Fairlane sedan excellent REPOSSESSED 1963 Flair, 35

$105 ping Center month.&: school 10380 Only SW combination.bag, carriage CE&:56406.high chair equipment 8-0586! after, phone 5 in. Call CI condition, $295. Phone x 10 with awnings. Ready to Sport Cars ((19)) ) Convertibles
200 St.per CE 5-5033, CE 8-1618 p.m. CI 7-7150 evenings.' move Into, extra clean. Only ((19)) I ((21) ((21))
KENMORE automatic washing I $300 down, $63.74 per month
66 Mualcallnltrum.nt. 35 OLDS 98; '60 Rambler See at lola Gold Trailer' Sales, TRIUMPH 64CH EV. Malibu
PALMETTO Estates' 2 bedroom machine like new $145; Norg 64 I

1 bath, carport. 16545 4 burner gas stove new condition 1438.Cross Country Wagon CE 5- Naranja. Spitfire ............ $2099 S. Sport Conv .... $2599
SW 93 Ave. CE 5-4252. $93; small dinette suit LARGEST selection of new It VICTOR Mobile Home, 55x10,

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex with 4 chairs $20.ED 6211, used' pianos, organ, orchestra S3 Chevy, real clean. $295 2 or 3 bedroom, air condi 64 LANCIA I $2999 I 63 CADILLAC $4599
.
apartment' $90 month. Capt. Movers. f instruments. Victor Pinos CI 8-0099. tioned. Better than excellent, Flevia .. Eldorado, Air..,
Call South Dade Realty, Inc., KENMORE 40" electric stove It: Organs, 300 NW 54th a beautiful home for little JAGJUA'RXKE'
16784 S. Dixie Hwy CE 3 $40; GE mangle ironer$20; St. Miami CB 8-1637. '57 Chevrolet V-8, Bclaire, money. See at Isla Gold Trail 63 $3099 62 FORDGaloxie $1499

3131. studio couch $15. CI 7-0595 67-8 Machinery & Tools standard transml.sion. radio, er Sales, Naranja. Roadster........ 500 Conv ........ .
beater. $495. CI 84099.(
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, unfurnished -LARGE Coldspot] refrigerate 1960 Safeway mobile borne, 63 ALFA Romeo C1OQO 61 FORD Galaxi.

or partly furnished I runs perfect Call CI 7-456 ASSORTED Farm Implements '57 English Ford $195; ''58 kitchen.10x55, CI washer-dryer 7-0736. front Sprint Cpe ........ 3 l777 500 Conv ....,... $1199
Near' achool, available immediately. or ace at 15265 Leisure Dr. and equipment. CE 51438. Chevrolet wagon $395; 56 I
$115, CI 7-2103. Plymouth $49; Chevy Bus '64 SKYLINE trailer 55x10, 2- 60 TR3 $1199 61 PLYMOUTH
LARGE freezer; washing machine CATERPILLAR D-2, good condition $195; Chevrolet' tandem $495 Roadster ........ Conv $1199
bedroom, 1H bath. Take over Fury ........
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, stove, refrigerator ; 10 key electric adi newly overhauled enfine. Benn's Auto Parts, 29120 Old
2 screened' porches tog machine Can be seen NW corner Coconut Dixie Hwy. CI 7-3613. payments $84 monthly. See atCoral 60 $1099 61 PONTIAC Bonn.
es fenced yard, paint to4a.H Sat. or Sun only. CI 80904) Palm Dr. and Roberts Rd. Roc Park, Lot 148, JSSKL. $1599
Convertible!
$135. CE 8-0514 Must sell this week. 57 DeSota convertible' power ,_2R20I SW I 152 Ave .... .
MAKE one bid for all the following steering and brakes, radio 60 FIAT 61 OLDSDyn.
Worehouiei For Rent LIKE new refrigerator w/larf left from estate of and heater' $273: cash. CE 8- 88 Trucks For Sole I $1099 $1399
freezer' other furniture, 445 late W J. Gibbons. 1960 3060. I Spyder ...........,., 83 Conv ..:.........
CBS building 2UUO square feet NW 11th St. After 6:30: p.m. Workmaster Ford tractor with I USED trucks Ic buses. Flanta- 60 AUSTIN
available for' storage. Reason _weekdays, all I day_Sat. side sickle oar and rearrotary 958 Dodge Hardtop;. Shop- tlon Auto ft: But Sales, $899 Compacts
((22))
Goulds. CI 7-8454. ((22))
Includes drill- .
able. CI 7-4922 alter 6pm. mower run 1375 hours; smith lathe .1 Healy Sprite ,
or weekcndi .I LARGE wheel NW adult 13th bicycleCI Myers Sprayer 400 gallon pre 1 and saw; shortwave' :'57 FORD Ranchero, V-8, full 60 RENAULT $QQQ
7-8738.26 St.
steel tank 1962, 20-GPM 800 radio; automotive &: airplane fully] equipped Real 64 CORVAIRAir
49 Sleeping Rooms tools. CI 7-5362 power Caravelle I .......... $ $2299
MODERN gas range like new, 11>1. hose nozzle run less rlein 1 CK 8-4279. I Monzo Cpe.....
Home stead Are. reasonable. CI 7-3091. 100 hours; Lily fertilizer' il convertible -' 59
5 Chevrolet Impala
spreader used' 3 times; Trsil '*| Classified Display EL $1099 64 CORY AIR
409 radio heat I
engine ,
BEDROOM, private entrance & MOVING, have for sale washIng evator dump trailer about 3 er. $595. CI 80099. ............ Monza Spyder.. $2399
machine, barb-q, books, yards; Iron wheel trailer 59 TR3
bath In quiet home. 170 NW
odds &: ends. 9711 Martinique Arlens jet rotary tiller BS '51 Chevrolet Impala hardtop, Rebuilt Transmissions.Automatic $1099 64 RAMBLERAmsr.

18th St. Dr.MOVING. engine'; Mott hammer mower standard transmission, radio,, and Standard Roadster ............ 440 H.T. ...........: $1999
MEN only, in Goulds, $7 week' Clinton engine; Wright gas $593. CI 009U.. Installed and Guaranteed 58 TR-3
Kitchen' privileges.' CI 72951 must sell household saw 40 alow $999 63 CHEVY II300
furniture. Air conditioner, fast pruning 612 volt; .battery amp charg'5* Rambler, automatic trans Benn's Auto Parts Roadster........... : $1499
4-Dr ............ ..
ROOMS big enough for 2. Prl $73. Many bargains. 19420 err 4 section of steel shelving .mlllllon,'V-8. $299. CI 80099 21120 Old Dixie Highway 57MGA
_v.te entrance and bath. CI Franjo Rd.MISCELLANEOUS. Grass for $899 63 RAMBLERCIQS,.
; sweeper mow 195' FIAT 600 model, $150. CI Homestead'; CI 7.:1113:
7-5819. er 1 large, 1 small hand fertilizer ............. ,$1399
pieces of ; 7-4258. 660, 4-dr.........
3 ----------
air conditioned used furniture available, will spreaders; lengths 56 MERCEDES
SLEEPING room, $1399
finance. Underwood MobilHomes 4" Akron irrigation alumInum 1960 Simca,. excelent' transpor 'I' 62 DODGE Lancer
entrance,
bath private OVER.KEYSMOTORS S .L Coup.... $1199
CI 7-8278. 633 NW 1 St., 29120 S. Federal 2 slip wheel fittings 9 sprinklers Lot- tation. Reasonable EveningsCI 770,4-dr. ..........
; grinder; 8-0680. INC. 53
CI 7-1309.
Hwy.
Florida City.SLEEPING miscellaneous items band! .ft6 $799 62 CORVAIR
; ....................
room, 26 NW 13th MOTOR Bike, new Solex. Big farm tools, water" keg, etc. See 1960 Desoto Adventurer, factory SHOP Monza Cpe. A/T $1499
St. CI 7-8758. discount. 73 SW 2nd St. 8 caretaker cottage "' .mlle rear air &: heater' power 52
12. of SW Farm brakes &: steering, radio. at this II ; $599 62 FAIRLANE500'
m. to 24200 162 Ave.
SLEEPING room with private life Rd. between' August 23 $1195. See Dick Cook, Fred .................... $1499
4-dr.Auto ........
entrance and hath t ('174168 NEW 12 volt Delco battery $20 to 31, Warnock Ford Parts or call SIGN
Call CI 7.9378. CI 7-8386 after 6 p.m. Wagons 62 CORVAIRMonzq
of Dependability (15)) ((15))
49-A Sleeping Rooms U SCO Farm Equipment. Bus $1499
Perrine-Cutler-S.M.H. POOL tables, 4x8 regulation' large flat frsiIer,-bid tractor Cpe. speed....
size includes' poles' balls PHONE Circle 7-2321 VOLKSWAGENS
planter cultivator various 64 CHEV.NovaVS 62 FALCON Futura
rack, cue sticks, 1-year old, small tools. 19240 SW 54 Variant S 1500 ".J2695 $2199 $1199
HOTEL single, .ROOMS Simmons-beds.$8 week Ba- cost $1100 new, no reasonable 304th St. or phone Miami THEY tiRING RESULTS! 63 Sedan Special U1I2 $1495S3 A/T, Power....... Bucket Seats...

shore Motel, 22400 S. Dixie offer refused. 1213 NW 2714224. Sun roof sedan ., SUSS 63 TEMPEST V8, 61 FALCON

Hwy CJ 1-96:1:1.: : 9th Ave., Fla. City. 1 ROW strawberry planter. Classified Display,* 63 Karmann Girls standard cpe $1795 SU9SS3 A/T, Power, Air.. $2199 2-dr. Sedan ........ $899
PARTS for all electric snaveri Nearly new, used only I 8 Micro bus
.54 Business Opportunities I Ferguson' Jewelers' 328 acres,' $150. CI 74094. (2 Sun ,roof U151 .. ., S1395 62 RAMBLER,440 $1499 61 CORVAIRMonza $1199

BUSY colored restaurant, Greyhound -I Washington Ave., Home Servicemen! 62 Stdans, Several .. S149S Classic, AT, Pow. I Cp.,4 speed ......
( bus station, Western' stead. 1 GRAVLEY tractor, extras, 11 Sedans Special U219 S99S 62 DODGE Lancer4dr.
Union. Choice highway corner $250; 1 Wisconsin engine 58 Pantl Truck _. .$499 $1299 60 VALIANT
REBUILT washers, Frlgidaire V-4 electric starter, 20 H.P.: ? ........,....... $699
Excellent CAR?
School. A
across from High for & wife. I RCA, Kenmore, GE, Etc $135; 2 Centrifugal pumps NEED PORSCHES 2dr. ...,............
deal man
: Cash or terms. 26633 US 1, $30 and $20 3 3/4 rolls of 64 C Coupe, New $4194
TE Best 8-4642 lease. Cash or terms I, Naranja. 25c 48 inch a foot chain; 130 length In, HAVING TROUBLE 64 SC Coupe Demo S399S ((84)) Hardtops ((84)) (10)) ForeignSedans (10)

SECTIONAL couch, automatic fence// $3 Super SO cpo blue $3695
'61 Articles For Solo washer, Turf Mower, $300; 1 GETTING $3 Norm cpe. Ivory S349S 63 BUICK Riviera $2999 64 VOLVO
t{ lellnl.b41; $30; 1 jig saw, $20;
A-1 furniture buys and selec. room 2 piece 2MB I .2 Super 90 HT Gray $3095 Coups ................ 544 $1899
Center. 203 NW 7th St. CI 80007. FINANCED 59 Normal Conv. Red S199S ..................

S.lions Krome at Bargain Ave., Homestead.O SOHMER grand piano. Won on 69 Poultry & Supplies 58 Normal speedster $1115 63 PONTIAC Grand $2999 64 MG $1499

7-1350. "Price Is Right." CE 81637.; ,CHICKEN compost by the bag CALL US NOW 57 Normal Cpe. white $1495 Prix, Air I ........ Sedan .................

AT OUR new address 123 N STENOGRAPHIC desk, newly or truck. Wo load at farm, I AND RIDE TODAY OVER-KEYS 62 CHEVa,2.'dr 63 ENGLISH Ford
Tuesday Sept. refinished with chair, black wholesale prices O 7-7429 $1399 $1199
1 Krome, 10 am Ave.Magic Chef gas walnut, $40; girls 26 inch bi- MOTORS INC. Sedan .:.......:... Capri, Cpe. ........

range, $10; beds complete cycle.' $13. CE 58339. 8-A Topsoil I 7100 AUTO SALES Volkswagen PorscheAUTHORIZED 62 CADILLAC 62 VW -

beautiful$10; 2 mattresses ladies' dresses' $5 each some; SINGER( Zigzag slant needle' BADE A piuverUed lop soil, 7100 Bird Bead (6S4931 FleerwoodAlr.... $3199 113 Sedan ........ $1199
Sales Service Parts
shoes' 25men's makes buttonholes te: designs Silica Sand for lawn dressing /
62 DODGEDar9
new SOC each; 111(5 S. Fed. Hwy (US f) 61 CITREON4-dr.
shirts values to $5, automatically. Sold D Mlron, 235-4814 Open evenings till 10, $1499 $699
SOc each trousers, $1. ParishThrift $250 new, balance 8 payments Sunday's tool Just No. of Prrln231.$93 330, HT........... Sedan ..............
$12 56. Will take trade. 82! Dogs, Cots, Pets CLOSED ON SUNDAYS 61 VW
I Shop. 62 FORD Gafaxis
Call 685-1564.
BRAND new Winchester 12 AKe Pedigreed! Lsachnhun ---------- ---- -- -- -- 500 HT Air .. $1699 Sunroof.......... $1099
shot shell TENOR sax, $150; clarinet; I nipple*. ('I 1.68'711.
cases gauge,2c primed each for lots of 500. panel) drapes, $7. CI 8603.. 61 PLYM.Fury $1099 60 PEUGEOT330, $699

Also nave assorted wads. TWO 8-foot glass patio doors, 83 Horses For Solo I BAKER MOBILE HOMES Coup. ................ 4-dr ................

1 standard size jalousie win Open I 61 CADILLAC 60 CONSUL 4dr.Automatic .
ASSORTED Lyman loading HORSES and ponies' for sale.Horses $2499 $699
equipment including master' 3-7077.dow: also baby playpen. CE boarded or pastured.CI S a.m. Fleetwood, Air... ........
bullet' casting furnace, several 7-7108 or CI 9416.. Iii I p.m. 61 CADILLAC 59 VOLVO
dies, molds primers fcbullets. : I HP Philco air-conditioner.;, MCHI. thru $2399 $799
You ntme it, I've $65. CE 8-1302. PALOMINO Gelding and don Sat Sedan, Air......... 544 .................

.. fo'rn'n'but e need Guns to Include exchange 30- MAN Surplus life raft with 0550.key. 18000 Cl 7- SW 631. 72nd St. CI 8- Optn 60 FORD $799 57 VW 133 $799

30, 44 Rugar Magnum Carbine aluminum Brand oars new.and Reason foot SHETLAND ponies for sale, reaenable. ., ', Sunday F500 ................. Sedan .............

308 22 Remington Jet pump. Call CI 7-6158 after -
357 Magnum &: assorted 22.. ble. CE 85084. I 11'30 29200 So. Federal Hwy., Homestead .:
": -beautiful Browning over A
under 30-gauge Magnum w/ Classified Display 1* Classified Display if:1 12 WIDE JAMBOREE
LOT SALE !
case. All priced Call to a go 84580 byprivate : : 12x50 STAR .2 bedroom front kitchen, readyfor I ECONOMY .

party.. lots of Easy living ,* . $4895. I
after 3pm.Antconditioners :
CASH or FIHANCE. $5.00 DOWN
used room Homestead 12x50 STAR new carpeting even makes this I
units, 6000 to 44,000 Bill's I dc. more luxurious living. 2 bedroom, front kitchen I I 54 Cad. Sedan, P8A . $89 56 Old. H.top, P322A ,'. $99

condition gu.ranteed, complete Transfer and Some deluxe items that are in coaches 56 C.d. Coupe, 186 289 55 Lincoln H-top, PSOO 99
servIce' It Installation. : Storage"GentleCare" selling for hundreds of dollars-...or.. Getit 57 Cad. Cpe, NI098 . 339 S5 Ford 2 door, P538.99

CI 7-9833. i, now for just . . : ::: $4995 p 58 C.d. Sedan, P316A 699 .58 Merc.9 Pll. wg. P262A 199
-. A SELECTION of used late Moving, 58 LincolnACond399 5. Chev W.g., PS46 . 199
model refrigerators. Some Packing and Storage 12x55 CRANBROOK, 3 bedroom, front kitchen Pond 58 Imperial 4d H.T., P6J4 599 60 Ford Stick, PS10A 799

colors. Single doors 2 I many feature such at dark wood interior P 59 Pontiac con!., 564 799 61 Falcons A/Cond., 415 699

or doors terms._ Iroit 26633 free US, etc.1,Cash Na- FOR FREEESTIMATES double sinks In both, deluxe kitchen I 59 Buick 4 door, P369 .799 57 Plym Spt. Cp., P294.\ 199

ranja. deluxe awning windows throughout. i S9 Pontiac St. Chf., Nl148 899 54 Ford 4 door, P4531 ... .99

Just . _. . . . $5395 1
AIR conditioner "f.0 Willwi seIDg.gv.sCaI 12x58 STAR. The REALLY big mobile home. p'' VER 100 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM. .
8000 BTU, .,
volt reverse cycle SeWay Ca free I/mel.
,
2S6J3 US t. Waranja.MADLIY J Private front dining, 2 large ..droo..... It I

; CALL CI 7-6354 It loaded . . . . . $5795 I
":" Conditioning Reingeratloa 98S2 SW&173th Air-' 55x10 3 bedroom STAR, Early American, lots of 16215 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAYCE

$&. Salea Service. ReBuilt room for the larger family .t 'down to I

.. guaranteed earth price of . ... . $4895MlVVWVWMftNWV1l 5.9521

:_; freezers liaera$2., up.refrllerltorl'// Agent NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES: INC. Ik "4 Miles" South of lbs Palmetto- Expressway on U. S. 1
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Licensed. insured. CE 57211. .I 760 NW 10th Ave. Homestead, Flo. '" Just North of Perrine, FloridaI


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following ii a letter groves.In Dade County which
mailed Thursday to Dr. M. were closer to Hurricane
O. Watkltu director, Florida Ccwrt1Ag81lt1 Ccr te/V Cleo's bloodshot eye suffered KAllagtfWrooooos.

Agricultural Extension Serv severe damage, and In +
ice and member of USDA '' '1- many Instances looked almost
State Disaster Committee, r 'c like South Dade groves did .
Gainesville. -'- f. /1 after Hurricane Donna.
rIM .1Y1 Illti"
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Hurricane Damage Report -
,., .. lime groves is also classed as -
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Thursday morning after the negligible, except that there .
winds from Hurricane Cleo ricane and was destroyed burn and some damage to will be considerable fruit I :
subsided, several of us of the with only the office remaining the plants from the high scarring from the wind ac ROMA RESTAURANT
county agent'ts office and intact winds tions. I CASHFor
Mrs Jo Ann Delllnger, ASC We have had some reports' The Cuban vegetable crops Scarring of fruit does no- OPEN DAILY :
office manager checked the ,of building damage, unroof which have been growing all to the internal quality
'extent of damage done to the Log etc., in the case of poultry summer were moderately it'I; I It merely makes the
various phases of agricultural sheds and some other damaged, but since most of fruit somewhat less attractive 5 PM til '2' AM Your Car
production here in Dade farm buildings. these crops are root crops on the outtslde. This I
County. There has been no immed, they will recover with very should not deter consumers CALL THE Now thru Oct. 20 : G&LMotors
In most all Instances the late call of the disaster com little 111 effects from the from purchasing and using
damage austatloed to the agricultural mittee under the circumstances storm these tropical delights provided NEWS LEADER Corp.
area west and south ; however, if this appears We still have approximately the, fruit are mature or Sundays 12 to 2 AM'I I
of Miami Is much less severe necessary I am sure a meetIng two months of hurricane ripe. Cl /s Mile No. of Princeton
than the damage in the Miami would be called by the season and we wish to warn 72321r 645 N. Krome, Flo. City 248-0812 Dixie HighwayBy
and Miami Beach areas USDA County Disaster Com our vegetable farmers that I.
Avocadoes from all appear. mittee chairman Everett they should consider the possibility <)R "IA T/"t r r ...ltlCCIIItIIUOUS -------- ----
ancei had more loss Inflicted Douberly. Signed John D. of hurricanes in their V. HAMLIN
than any other phase of our Campbell, county agentVegetables planting schedule as one of ALLEY OOP
agriculture but this was not the gambles In early production I I PQFDtMFEAf0RYARCEtI
unusually severe, certainly OK here in the county. Most fRIC.1mlUYUAJItI VOU MW THINK tVH UJTS OP PRIENPO, WHJL.MYGOOPNIM,I WELL .BUT THIS IS TH1 FIRST
nothing like that by Donna a .of our farmers are aware of RUT r YOUP TAKE eERvm ON WNPERSONAL HAVENT VOU EVER \ YEH. TIME t EVER RAW ANY l WJY
few years ago A very small Our vegetable farmers this but some of the newer m A LEARN HOW C1APP.WHONQ YWJ'P you ARClfKBN COON + SEEN HAIR BEFORE?) 6URK. max MAO SREENl a4

percentage of avocado trees were relatively' lucky when farmers may not have considered -MAD
were overturned.It the storm passed through our the possibility of ,
appears that less than 3 area Wednesday! night The heavy rain and high winds in iia MAD MAD
per cent of the fruit was amount of rain that we received their planting schedule andit PIIImSW r4
blown from the trees and in most areas was would be well for them to MAD
there was a moderate breakage equivalent of a good irrigation re-evaluate their program. ficncurMuumn:
of limbs and twigs. Dam. and since our crops were The tomato market and the WORLD"Mew ,
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age to other fruit crops was just coming up or were still possibility of freezes the last 1UCft. M es s m +ISCawoeurwowHes
less severe. not out of the ground the few years has been a factorIn .
The earliest of our tomato wind did very little damageto planting early tomatoesand Plmyl.y (
acreage has Just been up 'a the'vegetables.We the trend has been for CORAL FtOBIDA Ie
few days. Damage does not have a few fields of cucumbers this earlier planting COLONY.IOULIVAID I Y
appear to be serious One squash and okra We recommend that all xT ATSur
large packing house, South. that will be available for late weather factors be consideredin rrr '
most Coop Florida City summer and fall harvest and the planning of your vegetable r !
caught fire during the hur- these crops, experienced leaf program and that the Meet KXVCOWJ HAIR! I RK3HT/ BUT FM NO Wily i10rPi eNOwED 1IIE ouvenoN tvs Yl 5ER MUIIID YOU aAsery
SURE OOPS BTORI Ue THe COLOR or
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decision arrived at will then
theinspector' WILL HELP ecm* Qj' oRR TO4M
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be slightly less of a gamble CURAK6UMBJT trArR, ?ItT HE? .,

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Groves SparedThe Vi always *, e
ACROSS :,shaped 21LonF. n l A Te .
Ve1'MJ\da molding nosed A N majority of the tropical on the I
.Markl S.CapItal of flab t n11.Nimbla fruit groves in Dade > I Irtf I I ofII
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12.FareweU &Mounta name came through the left hook rllft. ''r I
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land good condition. : -
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7.Perfect male 1 vx n15QuanUUea than 80 per cent of their fruit I Sale
of paper types sheep yet to be harvested suffered M Y.pf.YYe.Y t., x es rgKTIDON'T
18.ValleYI: ..Sweet2T.Reaem- some damage from breakage a.AKE EDWARDS
poet heart blance of limbs with very few trees PETER ELKE HEY MYG08M,WWOCMA I wHr NOT?\OUR\YBff *WIMISWON OH NOIIRNB iHQlIenn0PL IYAlLDKrmeo K
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SELLERS SOMMER I Ii PORT IHM> AfiOOP VOCOMPU6HeP/MISSION, EVER Dlo e-womAN EiDNDE OR WHAT wins A GR6Iell
snow oto
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pepper that most trees bad good THINS OOIN'BMX TOOTEGvrr fG. W PRaslETlLf DD"CU 91JCRtf
plant 10.Prosecutes links 35.Cod of crops contributed to limb tOUT
19 Droops IS,Long teeth, 31. One who love breakage from the weight of
:2.Uke&beat as tn plays a. U.PokeI'
the fruitThere
28.South elephants lyre stake
will be fruit '
AmenclA 19 Little girl 33.Large_ 39.Old Eng some
river 20.Exclama'Volumes court scarring as a result of the
:T.Blblfcal Von U.Saurel 411.Blunders buffeting by the wind. There ; : .
anImal may be some additional fruit -
l.PeUy I a 3 + 5 i 6 7 8 9 10 droppage caused by wind action -
i which weakened fruit
ql1&l'te1SV.Becam. II IZ' stems. i ICOlOl-DelIlXfIPlum" 4 4.wmuanSn

anutller,asawool The small percentatge of _..
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< fruit blown off during the i NOW PLAYING
garment hurricane In the South Dade \ e
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J1.Dlpup IQ SUNILAND OLYMPIA 21na,
area was almost Insignificant T
f2.Unpleuan/liquid I 17 I3a.ofanutg I Some of the oldest fruit 'BEACH GABIES-SHORES/

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