Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 16, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00717
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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,1. 39th Year No. 21 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 19GQ Price 6 Ceau...





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On "behalf of the Dade

'GLADES PARK June 1.$7 7. J007 0,011 2 DAYS PUT Commission Commissioner County Preston AS NATURAL SEEPAGE TAKES I

: June I e75 SOOT B. Bird wed authorised Tuesday \
June 10. .. IT TO 10.OS

To Learn Who Would BANS SEININGThe :i I June June It IS.. ..". .:._. .11.11 14 13 Sill SMI 4 IN HOSPITALfour Architect\to negotiate C. J. Parman with' Homestead tor the CARE OF CITY TANK OUTFALL I :

June IS .... .M M SI.M drafting of plant for a U5OOOclinic
I June 14 .10 Tl 18.11iNAT.GUARDBAND and out-patient addition of


:' Use Commuter Train use of net end telnet hasbeen art In James Archer Smith Dad Bird Is County chairman Hospital of the at Kendal hospital TOM' TO STUDY The flow of water from Home i i.lIad'l

temporarily binned In the Hospital with varying degree el committee. septic tank Into North

Inland water of Everglade Na- I injuries at the fault of traffic Slrd annbunced'the admission Canal U being halted by' the

tlonal Park In order W protect TO GIVE CONCERT collisions here on Tuesday and of 11 additional doctor In the FIIA RULES FOR damming of $tht culvert connecting -

Wednesday, staff of Jackson Memorlsl lines' I the ditch end the.canal
tint In. the area from over-fishing, sewage
termini, step.extent of a survey the to de-I[ASK COMFORT perintendent Den Beard Bu:1 IN PARK MONDAY Reported In critical} condition' ec-unly.pith, recently! taken over by the: BUILDING LOANS which emptis Into Bisciyne -

'.: DJsU-Jcfi need for nounced Wednesday. The after the mash Tueidiy at N. W. Bay *t Homestead Bay.

train. service to Miami It a exempts ceiling, shrimp and Eighth it and First eve are Mr*. Information on toning end front Perk
tlonnalre-coupon prepared by the bully net. 1 A concert will, be presented In Fred Hild'nger! of Plummer dr.. building regulation required 'for Nalurelptl' Into the porous I.
Redland District Chamber of STATION SITE the city ball park it 7:30 Monday and Mill Emma Rivet daughterof HAULING ,SAND approval of construction leant bj to
Beard grouud U. expected take
explained that the *c- \ car
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Commerce for publication In the the FHA will be
evening by the 31-plece band of Mr, and Mr. Green Rivet of sought by a
Homestead papers .today. tion wti taken to protect the park 'the alai Infantry Division of the N W Seventh ave. commute from the Florida City of the' blocked now a* U did In 1'
a I This action was taken at a resources until adoption of the Internal injuries were sufferedby town council which will meet I yean past according to 'health
I result of a meeting held by chamber BESIDE C. OF C.Need C. I federal regulation, now being Florid. National Guard under the Mr*. Hildinger when Urn Impact ,FOR OPENING with personnel of the FHA field officials.' They polM out lost the
director In Homestead Tues I drifted. Before their adoption, the auspice of the Homestead unit, of the crash buckled the rode office in Coral Gables. Named |to outfiU had been stagnant until
day; The organisation had prei . propoaed regulation will be considered Co. D of the lllth Infantry;' The of the Hlldlngve car to pm and the committee at the council several
when the
ditch
vlously! indorsed the commuter at public hearing, he conductor will be Murray Austrian. crush her In the driven seat meeting Tuesday night were H year ago ).
(train proposal in the 'belief that of a public comfort elation laid. Mill Rive received head In- BEACH JULY 1 1Sand M. Drgler, Alonio Lewis and was graded to permit the How-

such a service would encourage for the convenience bf visitors Heavy seining by commercial !Juries and cut, when thrown from Town Clerk Richard Schmuck through a Culvert Into the canal
Mlsml worker to live In the area pausing In Homestead for fishermen It add to have sertouily The band provided the music the Rivet car, There were tie II M Onion, itroeU and parks Th county heitth' "drptrtrhent:
from Florida City to Perrlne, but depleted the Inland water for Oov Fuller WirrVn't Inauguration pauenReri In either automobile committeeman, reported that all will erect slgni on the banks of i I
.: the directors felt that more in- Information and a "look around"that of nook, trout, red fish and and presented a concert In Miss Rive wit graduated lastweek It being hauled In fop the new concrete and steel alreet 1 the sewage ditch: giving warning: j '
formation to potential might lead to future residency mullet. from Ilomeitead High marker: In and be
at commutcrt Biyfront Park on Armed Forces the beach at Honwstead Bayfron ire place wilt that the water should not be used
ahould be obtained before spurred director of tin Water affected by the order School. Park to make ready for the pros numbered at lOOn ai the concreteIt by farmers In spraying their''
pushing the project any further. Redland District Chamber ol Include the headwater of Shark Days Undetermined Injurlet were posed opening on July I, County cured sufficiently crops.
The questionnaire-coupon ap-I I Commerce to action at their River, Broad River Loll Man't IJurlng an Intermission, Col suffered by Mm. Earl Martin of Commissioner Preston B Bird Wm, A llenn and James Ac- The sewage outfall has caused
pears In the lower right hand River, White Water end Joe' Robert A. Ballard of Silver Palm Redland rd. and Mlai Loll Rjt laid yesterday, It Is honed" to curio offered to dedicate a strip no appreciable contamination dc:
comer of the front page of to meeting Tuesday boys Like Ingnhim. Seven SI croon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. have the diving boards Installedat of land tying between their properties North Canal and no pollution of
d.)"'* Homestead They voted to urge the Homestead Palm Lake and ell canals, river, dr.. 1th Infantry commanderwill Daniel Ryerion of Richard rd., the three-arre pool and lifeguards on W Palm ave for de- the waters of the protected pool; "

prise. Residents Le.der.Enler.1(I city council to neoti.tlwith lake and bay in the park In speak briefly on National In a collision it I:IS p. m. Wed. on duty In time for the velopment Into a ilreel The matter al Hnmenlead Bayfront Park, according -. i
Homestead Florida the F E. C. Railway Co. for lesion Guard activities neiday between the Ryerion sti- ipenlng. The rnan-made pool will wn referred for considers to analyses of water
Modello, Princeton, Silver Palm, a long Icaae on a drip of land I tlon wagon and a '31 ford drivenby >9 graduated In depth for wad t lion of Town Engineer Ceo A. tsnipUts taken June 6 by Dr John'I 11
Goulds, Peters., Perrlne who Gabriel James Louis Thomas Ins and twlmmlni.Draglines Criwihaw, I W, DcMlllv of Homestead sanitarian ..
t f would use commuter train service east of the railroad as a cite for I Services Today for Mrs.\ Eva Collins of Epmore dr, In the accident, bulldotcri and manpower Everett Sewry, Miami accounUnt with the county healt\, ',
f t it it were Inaugurated are asked a comfort station and permanent which occurred al the Intersect are combining to work appointed to audit the I department
;;t to''fill in the blanks and mall chamber of commerce office. \Who Died \Wednesday in Hospital tlon of Newton rd. and Epmoredr. miracles In the US-acre tract of looks of Former Town Clerk Q Blackening of the, paint on' .',

them to the Redland DistrictI The board of director clarified Mr*. Rrerson, was shaken and the park fait being developed M. Arbngist, as of the date they' boats docked It th* park Is reused;
Chamber of' Commerce, Homestead Its rule a* to. use of the bruited and Mia Shirley McLInof Into recreation
f I community turned
were over to hit successor of hydrogen
Funeral
*. chamber of commerce building'l services for Mrs. Eva J. B. Sanders, O. N. Eicher, Ray b by a combination
Fit. Collins of Modello will) be conducted I 1 I Bowen, John Nemec Orlando, a Ryerion houoeguest renter, Richard Schmuck, reported them sulphide and deterioration of the1 :
and FrankN.
auditorium and dunce floor It
I I i Of( a dozen communities be- wa unhurt. Thomas, also, Near complet'on It the com. In order. alga in the canal according to '
at S o'clock this afternoon I Irwin, JayMrs
be used free of charge for
Iween Florida City and Ft Lauderdale may bleed ; bath end
escaped Injury house
'j Rev, Edwin C. Wlllson In pnvll.cn < -e I r Russell Broughman, had of (Use'enunty .
all civic and charitable benefits, Collins died Wednesday
I { which are studying the rnhM I refreshment bar sturdily bull sanitation department
:: need of the service only I Fort but a deposit of 118 II requiredto Church of Homestead afternoon In James Archer Smith, of steel and concrete to rests It I'nt
f : I take care of cleaning in case of which\ she wit a member Haspit4rwhere the had Wh DONOVAN SELLSTO The hydrogen aulphld -
4 r Lsuderdsl hat voiced oppositionJ ,I hurricanes.: Almost 100 persons '
Burlalj; JIM 'STEWART\ torch sulphur which' sties it
take In tga
will' place Palm
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room la not left In Uioce. IIVrok '.
properaaI'oMe'Th7g'YmDsmtt patient ( May
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to, the Jraii**. according loC pt, elyl Cemetery at.Narenja.under tim. WhtWfl ***** etpmnMK'atad-te the pips" from tM.tlhJ.Uf\ll1.\ bottom;, .' 'T',
I vcruuraTiuXcriirtion'' ;;'yrektuntTj refunded .. 'her"h.P.. lo'dSW, at her nle pavilion which It ,equipped FSTAVEWANDLONG; and I* .
direction of Edw. ... Aranam of ' Broughman lays responsible
I ; the North Miami Beach Chamber, If the place It found to #have beencleaned I Turner Funeral HomePallbearer. .' ftorne OPENS REPAIR with concrete.. tables for the chaiacterhllc odor t
i i tt Commerce which Is sparking: up and put In older, For She leaves:: a son Thomas A found also along the Indian River
I I the move t any commercial use or profit, or will be John Graves I Collins of 1121 N. W. First ave;ia OF. MIAMI front.
Action by the Florida East I where lit use results In profit to sinter Mrs Thos./ Strewn of PAINT GARAGE ; Rotary Club Discusses water It It. possible but highly Improbable -
I Coast railroad It expected to be 1 the Use.-whether or not an entrance Quakertown, Par, who has been Convention Business that city drinking water w
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deferred until feasibility of the fee Is charged 4he chamber TROOP 69 visiting at the Collins home; and An automobile repair and paint George W Ets\er and C, M.Lonl could be contaminated by sewage
..I service Is proved by the charges a fee of $21 and requires two grandsons.Born shop hit opened In the M. P, Most of the luncheon meetingOf of Miami hive purchased In event of breakdown ot one or
nity surveys. Homeileid'a eommu-I that any damage to building WINS' 1ST PLACE In Toronto, Canada 61 Walker More building at 331 S.Fligler Homestead Rotary Club Wed- the automobile buslnesl of Rich- both of the clty'i sewage pumps,
S, E. Livingston, it a or furniture be paid for In i yean ago, Mr*. Collins .pent her ave under the name of nesdsy was taken up witth dls sod H Donovan local! Dodges the health officers sty. Due to L

r the ten-man ways and addition IApplication girlhood In Ne .rk, N. J, where Homestead Motor Co, Operating union of proposed amendment "Plymouth duster, and will op. Infiltration of ground water into |
for of the IN FIELD MEETTwenty
committee seeking the service. UBe her father the late Dr. John it It Jimmy Stewart, young but 10 constitution and by-lsws elite It under the name of Es.liverlong : the loose Joint of the sewage
i chamber of commerce building Dennis, practiced medicine until experienced mechanic who formerly which will be considered at the Motors, Inc.Estsver system, the pumpi art forced to
should be made to the secretary1,
SWIMMING point won first place 1912 when he retired end moved operated the Kendall Garage convention of Aotary Interne- has been Identifiedwith I handle 1,100 gallon ef water a
FREE Miss Olive, at the C. of C. Information
for Princeton Boy Scout Troop here to establish a homestead In ind more recently wit In tonal In Detroit Sunday Mondayand the automobile business In I minute Instesd of the expected f
office at Flagler eve 61 in tthe third annual field meet the Modello community Here the charge of the service departmentof Tucsdsy. ThiS' wit done at Miami and elsewhere for 30 300 gallons a minute Upon. recommendallon -
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COURSES BEGIN and Mowry it.WM I Friday night at the Homesteadball met and married In JIll T A. Thurman Motor. the request of Incoming Presl- years. In the I820's he wee with I oi' Consulting Engineer .
Olive .again broadcasts a I park. Redland Troop 14 won Collins, a grove developer, who Before embirklng on his present dent Abney Cox who will repre- lupmoblle-Marmon dealership In Wm. S. Sydow. a city
plea for a piano: second place wltth II points, and later became president of the venture he was doing motor resent the club at the convention Miami, later was a cone representative : crew has been assigned to work
HERE JUNE 26The I "The chamber, somewhere It still hopefulthat will Homestead Troop 21 won third I Citizen Bank of Homeitcad. Mr. I tune-up and auto paint work at and wanted to go Instructed a* to. for Hudson, and more, with on*, of Sjtfow'* engineer to
someone 4
place with seven point Collins died In 1123 from Injuries I. B. Rives Super Service Elation voting! recently: operated Huditon-Eslsver; discover the polnta bl f Infiltration.
annual American Red have a piano-of almost any' Gold I he received when a train truck at Flsglcr and Krome. Sylvester P Adalr, Homeliest Motors in Miami. He plan to i ,
: 4o donate for it the cups were given to the
vintage- use
Cross swimming classes will begin winning troops by the Redland his stalled automobile at the Mo Stewart, who It a ton of Mrs.fames attorney, told the club of Florida move to this area with hit wife On June I, the city contracted
C. of C. building"Ca
Monday, June 28, at the Homestead District Lions Club. Judges wereLegionnaire. dello crossing Coker, attended Redland lawt that protect homesteads, the and younger ton, Jimmy, who with Sydow for I fee .f f 11.500 to
city pool, announces Ben I Clarence Gray, F. school until he left to become an maximum Cite of which Is 161 wed graduated from high school I make preliminary studies and
I water safety thalr- A. Ruff automobile mechanic He hasresided acres in unincorporated area and last wrck. The other ton, GeorgeV plan to improve, extend and
C. McOahey, A. D. Smith, Dr. F. P.
J FALES ,OPENS l Dies Red land District one-half acre within Incorporatedlimits tut aver, J.'., I I. married and
man of the Dade County chap : Archer A. E. White and Auu.tu. .- J. W. GillespIe In the i enlarge the clty'i wwersge iystern. -
said.
I h* I. ,
for II ,tar. connected wll.1an engraving .
ter.
I Wynn At Home in VirginiaWord firm In Miami. submitted! In June
who I report
Clauses for youngsters are PLUMBING SHOPCharlie's In a
Troop 61, of which Norman
r attending church Bible achoola Benson I* scout master, won first hat been received hereof 2 Naranja Brothers Head Revival Riviera Estaver It president of the of l 11411 Sydow recommended an
will be held after the schools place In tent pitching! first aid, the death of J. W Clllesple I Country Club and Is a emergency)' Pl'OCra'hIt the
close on June 30, he aye. Hours Plumbing Shop was semaphore sgnillng and making on Monday at his home In Bedford Of Nazarenes Starting Here Sunday member of the Elks and the Uses city eliminate 'or reduce the sys
this week at 20S N. Krome clubs. tem' and install baffles
are from I 'a. m. till IS noon. opened fire with flint and tat; second Va. Mr. Gillesple, long-time leskige
t' There It no charge tor the ave by Charles .T, Tales well. place In knot tying, dressing race, mayor of Bedford was a veteran Long It head of the furniture In the septic: link to [provide l some
h course which will be taught by known Homestead plumber. blanket stretcher race and water winter farmer here, The Homestead Church of theNn.rene geliit. Special music will be a (Continued on Page Four) degree of purification. Otherrecommendations
accredited Instructors Pool The ihop will carry plumbing I of the service which were that
L boiling; and third place In the Among his survivors are twodaughters will begin a revival future
I Manager and Mrs Art McKee, fixtures and supplies for sale to rescue race, Mrs. P. L. Biker of will be hold at II Sunday mornIng sludge be removed from the tank
Holden. Mr. the trade and to the public and service Sunday with the Rev. REV. LYNN \ six months and burled;
Heath
B.
t Mrs Mackenzie CottreU'i! Troop II II N. W. 14th tt, and Mrs J. and T:4S each evening. IRWIN every
I Willis.Bikef and Bill Rice were It will serve as a storeroom and placed first In the rescue race, bollard ot Sweetwater, A'I I'Wm. L. Chambers, Jr., and the The evangelists, sons of Mr that *xees* algae 'H' moved'
graduated l..t'week after life workshop for Filet In his business 'I knot tying and water boiling; former' Homestead resident I Rev. John H. Chamber a* evan- and Mrl. W. L. Chamber ol' N*. TO PREACH HERE from North Canal,. and burled;
t' living' instruction by Mr*. McKee as a plumbing contractor. second In tent pitching! Ifrrt aid.semaphore rsnja! arc, student at Nu..n.TrtOlolc.1 and that effluents from the tank
In Kantil be diverted Into the Florida City
Seminary

I It i New' Methodist\ Ministers\ to Preach I II by the flint dressing and signaling stall race.; and, making third placeIn fire MANGO\ SEASONBr >i former City Wm.pastor L. Climbers of the church, Jr. La. SUNDAY NIGHTThe Canal Canal:: rather' than nth North

ANNIE MAYIIEW tTTZFATRICK The Rev R. P. Hennlgan who A* I long rang* program, Sy
Troop 25 first place In the
I f t." First Sermons in District Sunday I dressing race WOK, second plies In hal served the church at pastor Rev. Lynn Irwin, pastor dow proposed that the> city Improve
of Jaklnt Baptist Church of . and extend tie sewage
J' I IIr. the rescue race, and third placeIn since list October hit received
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(Honoring Isabella Krome) Ins, Ga, will preeeh Sunday collection tyitem and prepare
home next,, first aid, and knot tying. Troop a uninlmoul( call from the con
$ Their first sermon*; here will bet, who li expected evening at First Baptist Church plan. for construction of a new
Schoolof 8 placed third In water boiling gregstlon to continue a* pastor
; preached Sunday morning by the week from the Eastman N. Y. and and first aid. Archie McIntyre 1 IIi Mango time is not what it used to be of Homestead. disposal' plant H* suggested that
Music In Rochester ;
",J ; three new Methodist minlsteri 16-year-old Howard and 11- i scout master ol Troop SI and Dr. Since it has assumed social feracea. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, both for. the present septic tank be utilized.
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HONOR 13'FOR ner members of the church, arehere sludge digester U :
a ceopera.lion
assigned to the Redland I District herewith J. L. Malcolm, of .. LIONS
who are Troop will
,'j year-old Margot ,, Juice used to drip from our elbows at to visit their patent Mr. with the new plant
\y last week by the Florida Methodist , their parent Jack Levy was chairman ot the
i And seasonally smeared up, our faces. and Mr*. frank If. Irwin and Coat of construction of plant
in Gainesville. Scout committee.At .
conference College' planning
A' graduate of Aibury MEMBERSHIP
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: I' Mr. and Mra. C. O. Robertson. (Continued on Pag Four)
All three law service during and Theological Seminary, MrMagadan the court of review held i
," World War II. Serving as came to Florida In Monday night in Silver Palm Some said to roll them the way you roll limes. sea, .' i L 1 t
t army chaplain were the 1833. He served pastorate In the Methodist Church the BrooM the end 'Membership chevron were
When well)) softened poke' a hole in ,
p" Rev. Edwin c. Wlllson of Orlando District and cam here: Palm award was made to Daniel presented to 11 Lions by John Want Commuter Train Service?
First Methodist Church who saw from ,Lockb.rH.. and Mr*. Burry of Princeton Troop 61.. .Suck out the juice minus fibre and seed, Kllle president of the Miami
f I'? tour yean of duty In the Pacific Msgarion have four' children: First class award were madeto While over a large basin you bend. Lions Club at the Tuesday night R

theatre, and the Rev Oscar Mi- Loll 13; Elizabeth nine; Gregory .I Donnie Ousley and Bob Mac meeting of' the Redland District If*you would use commuter train service) to Miami, should /ft
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I i ,. garbs ot Florida City and lied1 six; and Howell, five Donell; second class, to Edwin Others said to the midriff alone I Uont Club.Receiving. be made available by the F. E. C. Railway Co.;: lsie '111II
t' land community churches who month of age. In addition to his: Aman, Walter Cain, Jimmy Simpson peel the Monarch Chevrons District
1 the blank below and mall the to the Redland
.o, was chaplain for three :yean In war service Mr. Msgarion I* al I Walter Rice, John Rice, and Leaving disks at each end just to hold to. wsre"E. H. Oallaher, who coupon .
Commerce Homestead Fla.
Chamber of ,
..,. the European theatre. chaplain In the Army Reserve., Edward Symmeril; and merit Then eat it the same as corn on the cob- hat been I member 25 yore, H t .
ioj The Rev, Olin Hunt of Perrln'l Mr Hunt i II a former Miami ,I badges, to Carl Smiley Robert O. Thurman who ha been i i .J.JI
r : :. served tour 'year: with : ) resident and a eon of F. O. Hunt Wolfenbarger, Franklin Howry, For a daintier effect we were told to.: member 10 Fear Harold E. Kendall - go to Miami -- times per'w ek.

) engineer and three yean of this of the Methodist mission board I Daniel Burry, bonny Ousley and Paul Losner, Harley Core
.1 service were ta the"' European who helped direct the raising of John M. Strong.. Now they advocate cutting them lengthwise.Next Chat. Co*, A. c. Easiest W. H I usually go at A. M. ---. P. M, 1
. theatre. ,He held the rank of fund to build First Methodist' Present were NeighborhoodCommissioner Owens W. O. Tslbott Clarence
captain. Church of Homestead. Two summers Robert C. Mae. a thln-tladed knife you Insert. Cray and E. 'A. Robert and return at A. M. P.M. I

-:, ".. A native of Illinois, Mr. Will- ago Mr. Hunt substituted Donell. Chairman J. L. Kulp, Divided in halves and served on a plate Report on the state convent f
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,::4 ton made hit home for I numbei I her during the vacation of Dr. Committeemen J. A. Sister, C. J. You spoon it out sans 'a drip or a squirt. lion held last. week In Tsllihissee would. use r a commuter.. train if available.
i'I" of yean In Polk County Fla. Sidney H. Davies then pastor. H*. Strohm, Fred Mow""' and A. D. were given by John V. . ) .,It '"
N and came here from I three-year I 11 a graduate of University of Kramer, Scoutmaster Norman Gravity, Oallarjer,, Owens and '. t. ".. L....
pastorate at Perry. He and MlI.I Miami and of the School of i Benson and Assistant ScouUnis- Dut be it the kind by the forum approved, Leaner. They told of the convention (Signature) "

Wilson, who I II I nitlv Theology ef Boston Ui.lverslly.Mr .,,I ter Bruce Batchelor. Turpentine, peach-number eleve' Indorsement of Miami District \ ""f '
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glen, hive two sons and two *. Hunt, whom he married' a'' A movie on tint aid was shown The mango is queen of all fruits on'the earth- Governor. Ron Winter doe (Man ,to Redland District:$ Chamber! of Commerce), P
daughters: Mr*. Frank Sapp who year ago, i* a native Of Masses I Ichllttttl. at the hut of Troop 61 on Coconut : chairman of the board of ,OY- I

; koakei her horn In Perry' ; Edwin _ _, Palm dr, __ __ Ambrosia gift straight from Jleaven., anon of -Lion. International.

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of .4 1M hafts .. la JMtd Uen to MM. Pepper b. i City Comrlory H OkewMw I ........ y.or M Church poator
.1 EMA ail ) .... MM wMt. tow MM and it* *Slr. HunUr **.. JUT* IPM The ...... bare ..,. WWtftpittur GLADES
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Ch-rtb.' I ... other ....... One of the. M*e hit. homo with a nephew ago .. the seer, and \
dell set ****) Ml far I "" ".*..., Mi*. "... haw of I E..W. Booth, of & W. four* ivIn :''M fwm J. U Kelp,drt'I I
Prld. OHy and : ....*. wffl be romtKbcrttf hers : .d4IUoII li Mi nephew, he of the board of. dtMom.Mr .i' ITS n. KRONE ATE. HOKUTtAD
Mir. Gladys who : MVH Condos hey pre ideat ofth
eunfl fly chsrthN.Mind .: QkMna four brethort Menu t of
iris rrttltf. tntocd : : ; in the Miami schools end DrUnd. Alba S. ol Melbourne, W H. U. Mn Kulp, Mip.rIntendfat > .
tvrlor. will bare chart of !I : ,, .... oftoM It the Poppor bora. Bu T. cl Kendall and Jesse of the church school. ,
and MlM XiiUi! & Smith, dlitttor i
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Tkrw ffar Y three Ovr niorao Onwrh. for"" 1 ; : General Farm .f WM f4 aid Tntalng. also U Unkm.TrlbuU the. DOLL NURSERIESU. i
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far w* ofimofv oiopirtowH I r4V tWi. and wrvic
-ftory td Work of th .. I Phone 374-X-J
< dMt Oranti' tor. Ute JtMkw . Shop Needs Good Tools and Adtquato WiringY WANT ADS PAY I
porlmmi. Mr..*. Ceo. Udford _
.fcto : frlmirt __. : [ $ lASM SHOP '

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of lilt Silver Palm school 1I Cutting
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vdort/' if'with\ I big pond l \ t .
I o'duck, Afterwards rfr' -wwr.rwr.e erwwer-rewre...,.+asew.I I
_Ii"wtI tie ..,..,. A ,*,. } Lee e asa..e.e.asw.wrarwwlrlrwee ww ew leader ItLi JWNAT y II.'P. Davis-IS inch cut...........r..:._.;.!:..;795O: I
truly ..>. wlfl M bold j NM-MawMwM .
, 1 ,lit "nd,* dof-rtiwwtal '\ TIN ivssts MtANO I IK II. P. Ia>U-22 inch cut.......___.........._....-$115.95
I .mcotinf.. it 4 .'dot*. j, .
Th deli: acbodul will sew ww.wn.eaeQw.warrs.wea..wuue lVt II. P. l.lH lto'ale-21 Inch nit....,.:.;_..,..........$107.77
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Bible Rudy rafi'fotimonta. f l Ct I % ""i..rfwras... samemgri.w.wr. "
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The I. r m.ClodryicoUo r IRA MILUA turn* for stalled every piKe II fet ol of equipment teach tafth.and TIM OK I l'/i II. P. Blue Boy-19 inch cut.......,._. .___..$119. .0Is.i

1! \ &(arm buildings tIp U M on*the of Urm.the moat nil floor Ulrwir tUo lisle U well tho Uibted.tn to too cad ] II.'P. Blue Boy S. P-19 inch cut.....:..1-J-.$169.50 I

f ; M*, several particularly type, of o.oqulpniont those tonne in circuit Tboroir U*tho two shop fa0-volt Mwwa motor t*branch wove '. 1 4 n. P. CollSns-20 Inch cut......lllJLJ: : : : : -$t5-t.50
I ; .. For repair sad melntcnano tbo lithe, oN comprtotor, band sewand
II iota bifh-t .Ue that work circular ....AIM dare UI his S I 2 IL Snappin' Turtle S. P.-20 inch cut:.:..:.... .L............$185/)0) r
b* don .t .....*. It It wall wire $- ot! brut drcull to wave ,
t"a \ w. therefore tbat m *f the the Umltod-lopul tnaformet.type U 1 I .4 II. P. Snapplii' Turtle S. P. -24 Inch cut.._.......$27 3.00) J
} desires ol many farmers U for are welder. Welding U growing ,
worK abap which If ttnclmtly de- popularity on farm because: tto yr 1
I ",,. leouatly wired, troporly permits repairs to be made without j
Md well ottfppod will band. having. to remove broken pat from
pawn took.i . damaged BiKhloet And the oloetrt Also hand mower from f 1453.to.$38.10. i lr
i TNtr1 oho*, OliuUiled woldor ors used more and more by !
.... *ntwr.* IMP ....uIrttntoWo- fermn who .hers I knack tar buildln \ '.
mart. Cine 1 It make provlalou ( sane of their ewes oqulpmoeit said
both wood and metal worklni. lor modifying standard equipment to
/ canopy ova the front door e*. wit their ass special made Mitchell Hardware Co. Inc. I
.. ate tamwr to nuke. repair out- The shop,, fhown, dos bat olttt ,
taring rainy *tlMr. Ami U e duple Mnvoalenoo outlet lor DM atassail
,I : li Ml, enough :that auchlMry 1 chins tool.*. drill proMjapdtrlndor.
I be moved lotldf whys work ctn "valNEltl IS GOOD j
don during ins winter sera I I A* wtn be soled<<.WormaBoa shout\ '
.....*for tfMnl UiunlMtto are cWtflcal dreult and tloctriral\ tyaa- 101 N. Krome AYe. Phone 383 I.
The faculties of a M tho .bull if OM tee ever?' bolt dawn wi tho" tau" .abler below jf i' t.' i.
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Fir! CLOCKS ATPIifELECTRIC IK1GS1MDNEONANDS1IECTMCTAL & P Buyers Growers 3 I
.. Brawn con of Mr awl' ..... ......... ... ;. Pay
..... M U Brown .f Hmtulialwe Its. ...dal if Beta Ctab, its iii Per
graduated.. June from Unlventty Nigh ...... honor ...". Friday Frediice at Sanferi
of Alabama In Tumloou. f.f at lit final meeting of the arhool
, A M I me eteetric clock will be Mr and Mn Brown and ion. Okie year I Now TeXu JIM II-DuDRlI OM worth of aataty at SaafaMI
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Mom we Mad* vicepreaktenl. MId *M1M* waMft at earn Oft*'
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gain J4fi melt hiatus refrlgeraor mat All tour are ex '* IHir Oil ....tJoft, hat be. leant** Johnaon, MCcontracted : IN ig 11eMOna .
W. h"a' air con- ,PIt'tId to arena hunt thm week i.me a partner of K. L. Lataanra sofa ,.........; sad Din Nailn7 'i' ...laf.. and ......... Fkv Use, escarole caaMMdWeB and 111 awhae4..... eabba II M*.%
IPhll.nec- ''.d after a vtatt with relativeto \ "n' nwncnhlp and oparaUaa ofHumMloail ........,. Atlantic ConuBlaaWo Cew HMiyprodttc .. coflaninin l"' MI :
trie C*. i I ttoncttefcl or BneanHectrM Alabama I Neon dips, which -buJJR' affiliate of A In five mentha at "'
lot in shop next door to the. .... .. ........ . attained
Bfc to Princeton during a I seen .... let 'I P Faad States paid *Mi.era and buyer (or A P
week Attorney telephone office an M W. >condM pee.. PsalMy ...,. and .... growers tl.HI.OOO for fnMtt t.dtkraaifh '.,....080 worth. al n dMt* ThftMK
1 the tuning tMi morning, Adair SpeakiTo I l I Roy !Smith who .bought. .Into to daatgn and erect noft g....... Ni larlnd.d NMMg Mt PstMsew i
,' according an advertisement Soroptlmlst Club i he boo,_ several maths' ag* one fer Redlaftd Pa appearing kg this baue of tt>. li no longer tomxfted. with' It. n ala me ea W the i At Sanford, b' y.rt for A 4 P far mtareUafteoui. Iterna. ,
I' Lt ".lnterpr""' Attorney Sylreeter P. Main N.P'.oM.' .... etettrtcMm .la Marks balding on N W. purchased |1, MNO worth 01
! This ia 4a additkoa) to the ..1i -. ipokt on homesteads Jwme tNd I a coal I mine of the Mad Creek ItonMetrad Neon .Sign H..I fresh' produce The total alums. I .
i Irk clorU being presented lick. exemption and wW at Tueeday -I ('ixl to m HAM**, W. Ve. before l'GIftIftIe-ti to design. """ .equal to .m rarloK WM dta- Demon Elect'IcHu. :
) -week to every hundredth penon ', luncheon meeting of the romtnf to Memertead. His neon diapUyi. for five tributvd to (omoanr itorea I
! entering the new rtore of Dill iCecUlc SoroptimM Club of llorwMtcad .1'' experience. m that field and .Matutur.J theatre In HorWa InduiUng one: throughout IT itatea. Cartel shipments I II Philco Appliances
. Ca Since U* opening In Gateway. Tourist' Horn. H. also I bent M a mechanic wtD in Key West one I IK Daytona were ilmoit II pt rent ,
! the new Herman Mirk building answered numerous queition alth be an asset. .hi the laaisufacturlinstallation Beach. and ore In T.mpI..- I above the JII'fY'.r.' I PrkMrtoM, Pk.' Ml (
I oppoalte the Margaret Arm Monday . close of his address. I IMr and arrvirtng of neon' lebvre reported.1 The food thane bought 11sI4.
! morning, PII"', .ha given *. 01..... R. Layton of I t I f tigM. Lefebere laid. I.
away Moral hundred bottle of Ooldiboro. N C, wai I guest of .. --.w' I With the advent of Napier Into
t Ifa a .. world ......., at ails dews le a lUrh. .
Cilice furniture polish\ and five the club. the firm It hat gene "Into aheeV
II' This perfect p rterlioa la aerd with belUred
I tlorkJ to thane signing 1 vlaiton' rr:: greM beast metal work M eklenitvely that
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Dr. RuiaeU A. William of s green aalad fur Ua **ai|>lHa aaliafacte:
1 mister.Wlan.n 1 the partners have changed its
Miami, radio apeeker on artron-
. . ef the handaom,'mahogany I name lit ItomM4Itd Neon MgM '
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Meat Dishes
, electric mantel clock next werk'1 luncheon meeting. I II ft Sheet Metal Work.
. thus far Ire: Mr*. Edna Carnegie, I, The slap la equipped' .to manufacture
t J1.' K Sweeting, Mr. T. B. Hogan I Flnlnhlng touches are Important whether It be a standing rib to order rmeurant. equipment Announcing
. Mn: John Reed and C. L. .W., l J'.A including steam tibia and +r ,
: When It comet to serving road of beet. a- pork chop, or i .
!L Ooley. meat dishes this I U equally true I ground lamb patties says BebaSUgga ventilators ai writ\ M skylights '
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In choosing a garnish for .lamb :.' *
the homemaker often turn to Leftbvr and Napier have entered
t I mint. To capture this combination the cold cathode interior 1'
on the melt platter, bright lighting Held aleo :
peach halve may be topped with\ Signs manufactured and erecledl :
mint Ire Or drained pear halve by Homestead Neon Signs sinew I Homestead Motor Co.
may be heated In melted mint opening In Homestead include '
I Jelly or In Juice containing thoM of: Homestead Leader-En-
Reed Poultry Store : a few dropiSf rot Of peppermint trrprlM, Burton heon-llghUd
and green vegetable coloring canopy, Orange Motor Court I "
Another cheerful decoration for l Barron'i Motor Court, Lawrence
3 the road lamb platter II spiced 'i Soda Fountain Dixie) 331 S. Flagler Ave..
I; beet cut Julienne ityleEm ttrrve-ln Theatre, Bree ewayDrlvirln.
!: popular with" pork chop Perrlne Liquor Store
! or a pork roast are fried apple George Fishing. Camp (Rock I (Next to Dixie Drug) '"

ring or wde*. Pineapple allce Ifarbnrl and quite a few In the f . 'l i .
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poMlbllity For a vegetableto At present Lefebvre" and Na- -. S mw .1
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I a different type garnish Mashed "' Automobile Painting ; !
.'} potato cups bearing diced vegetables - I A, I
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_..M .... ." ... onion and green pepper'. Roll bia- A. Lamb ribl.... f
cult dough, alice Into l-lnch H. Waere. d* Ikey eon* from and Stuart
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Serve with brown gravy. A, Lamb brent. The breast bone rn
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Looking for a different cai- aim part of a nb bone
erole? Kert'i an unusual combination 0. Now are they cooked !
4 ; of dried beef, potato J.. By braiung or-tln,1n liquid

ANN! and egg*. To prepare. alterpate .In email'bnuiing&amount tha of hot I fit, from IB i
OPPOSITE MARGARET layer of liked cooked potttoet tt to <4 cup liquid I I. added, the .
sited hird-cooked eggs and utensil covered and the meat al-
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beef Pour a medium cream aaure rll cooking In liquid ai for a stew, Homestead Motor Co. l
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Leader Enterprise (ConUawed tram Pegs One) Brooks kcJ
to meet thus approval of the state. :
haNl Ie mat 20 Years Ago Splinters From a Redland Pine hNR1 ...**..S wen a...msWd. I .,
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i Br HAZEL ROMCU. BUD !pattMl. tar a Moral, 'loan 4 .
: fto..=-::.A.w.. Is...hwrr.aI"w .f .... I IMM to manes the drama ofumalil 1 1OWt
Irk AMCMA--- I ._ _ w M dw .1 working. ptaM sir lot

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W. M., 11. rest week we eipertencad the H amen an right," aaid Fay decided U opwNMatari a II i Equipped! Grove.
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I the very lint fruit ever to be Mother with Sfdow lor the plan and I 1
.*, 'I '1tj.,1J.... ) lIlIllI1rnl/ltlll! / // trewa on our own place. A luaetoua > ." ah plateIt reported. taste and the aright. advancing necessary funds which. '

I.D.Y. c.-": e..r..l! papaya it war, Incredibly other. wielding spoon, booted could be refunded when the. U.6.IoIIIJlIflllte4. ,I I 4 II'
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o..lam.r .aa 'LM ,I flavorful For days we had the verdict a* a masterpiece of I k
from armored truck fumlihed
lUll rlw.e.x an watched it ripening on the tree understatement i .
I I with a teller" and teller. tag If "hanging there. Hi less
among pro* -AN P. a nox I* t'
MM ride-:..N51. N.lSIden expected to be Inaugurated here rorloui brother like an elongated So now w* know the meaningof i
M..a .M..a51.1.useswar followln the closing of thetank all the phrases like -Rals. the I P w.. IIOMMTtAD.: FLA ,
I5..lS yellow balloon dark a
...... R lard.Public .I, of Homestead ." peen balloona. among song of harvest horn*" and Continued trim fag Unit 1 riMM 11.R '
that bear his He
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-"lei Edna Smith, attractive\ Bringing In the sheaves' and WWANOW >
,deuthter of Mr and ....*. Dea.I Doubts had tortured ui. Would "83' their fruit jr* shall know will not bt active In the ""*' I
Enemy, Age 10( I ,r Smith. of Homestead became k ripen evenly? Could la possibly them." From the bottom of our but will leave iU direction-1 V YOU MUST SMOKE N KID-CO AHEAD!* II I
I turn out to taste as good aa It management to EiUver ..110,. 10 me a M MI.Ie.Mllel
Look, WOlyl la hand!" I, the bride of Horace Q Tburmanat looked* Might voraelour hearts w* pity those benighted
some
charming and informal wed- householder who must buy all The purchase of Donovan
The Florid Highway' Petrol i' I 'ntert come in the night and : NOW/ tip boy.:
ton, with IU big modern and you ..
. dtog June lat the home of Mr their ration at a store, who ran
today rlasattied 10 year old Junior "hew great hole. in that golden
.. ." attractive building at 6U N FUgler I
taste the unutterable
Miami
Walter Hamilton of never sense
and felt no hand Meyet kin, bore wretched tunnels. I I
of fulfilment that ace., was completed W dni' REPAIRS stunt M I public traffic enemy 1 -..... A. C, Moye and daughter through that softening ever In I come from I y.eeoI
planting Ned In tin day of last week, and Uw regimeof
a a can
ranking In menac vahlll to theJaywalker I Antoinette and Helen have creuingiy! enticing golden neih
and the runnerfrom.betwrenparkedrara. returned to their home In Pigeon The train of waiting i watching it grow Into a sturdy bUver-Long Motor Inc., be- BRANCOR Inc.Rock

t Key after having pent the school well nlch Intolerable, Unworthy grew seedling. setting It out In the II.n Donovan the following caill day health as hisreaion oar GMAC P
term In Homettead. ." good earth, watering, tending and
Too often Junior I I. the vearnlniu telred ua to harvest the .
for aelling He Mid that
praying over It, and at last eking
,,,, "Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tomerllntraffic before It fully p
off trresponeibl type naoaya was ripe.
from It* bounteous brsnchera his future plan are not ret
doubtedly I I. an excellent: 1bo.1 But we stood firm. Nobly we and Concrete ProductsRead : Immediate Service
toothsome feast a verlilbleblnqu.t I i '.
when he want to be," Mid kept s leash on our Itching for the. god.
J lor H. N. Kirkman who finger. Som.howhe\ papaya
I the Florida Htihway Patrol 1[ I. Ride In a straight line with. was allowed to remain upon the Sing U you will, pf the- golden t.rinlte.w 1 Reckenrrrle Tea back j Reasonable Prices
J April program of traffic safety! out weaving" or *tuntin|. tree until the rain and sun had apples of \the Hnperlde. W', UM (' Rock Screening j I
education: I I 3. Ride single file done their proper work until a lied land. plnelinders. sing of the 1Y ITAII9 Concrete Block Rerk rill l

r Florida Highway Patrol fig. 4 Do not carry. .passenger on: reasonable doubt that the. "flrtt/ j, golden papaya! I o Readjr.mlied I OacrH Quality WorkmansliI .:
{ urea, show Hut about II to 2p' bNtt I... fruit", plump and pendulous,
children are killed' each ,ear In I']|, i Obey1 all traUtf )Jaws, sign was ready to be plucked, alicedl: I I I

r. accident/ florid Involving aril signals that, art applicable and devoured I I .. :" I ., .. ... : II I I oI .
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bicycle*, | to car "It t ,cut all right," laid Father ... .i .', :., J.f{ )We Deliver; Anywhere: i I ENGINE OVERnAirt.o .
To reduce biryrle-car,accMenU j,I I Do not hltah/\ ride oo cars aa w* gathered. 'round the table' '
the following rule mail be closely trucks, other moving vehicle he D Po.il 'i'f'
i or and plunird a knife Into the : 1 BRAKE SEB\'ICI ,
observed; I!I T, Unless. euentisl. do not ride papaya' heart .

I., Keep bicycle to the far: at night If you must, have a good "It looki all right.1 call Terry .. BRANCOR Inc. ,I atoTOI'IJNIUPntONT o
rl.ht of the skeet and ride with light and reflector, _. ------ - ; I
I NUGREEN oI .
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I! te 'Denriint the summer u' II.41ka.denbsrgJrPresMg,. Pad O.Cornelius,%'ire.I'rel I END ALIGNMENT
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Meridian MI. 0PAINTING

Our Phone Number Is 305.j i Mr"Uttl and* Mrs.Fredd Fred ru J.".Furht. 'on n I' .': .nKTl tbotPoUNC, : .:::11 I It44 Rock Pit on Hedland Rd. S. of Mow ry 1M. 41T! o

111" P. O Bex ill. llemnlead ROUT<<: AND rENDER

"MI.. Mary Elizabeth Krom :: %, yf ro,.t\,: M+iUztrSClOllE a REPAIR

; Roofing of All TypesModern has returned from the Y W (' .' ', .', '",... .., .,, I KG AT COVERS O
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A. conference In Black Mountain .1 rJ . J ", I I O

Equipment. Insured and Approved N C.. where she represented the IEACH-RESISTANT CONCENTRATEDSPREAD "I I ITIIOLITERiNOUNDERCOATING
Y. W C. A. at Florida State College O
for WomMi"
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"MlM Bod KoKl Mill Kathryn -
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B. M. MOORE Cut, Mias, Dorothy H.inea.nd i rORCELAINIZINQLIT5RICAT1ON f.
IT the for
allu Elizabeth Robert represented on ground top- O

the Redland Epworth dressing your crops. Quickly avail-

League ferenc'eMr at. ... the Lake Worth con- & able to the plants, yet resists leachingby GENERAL o REPAIRS t

*. Ivan Moacr: Is taking n heavy rains. Concentrated o
nxnmcr course at Florida Stair r f A COMPLETE BURiPER-TO.
lbs nitrogen in a ton saves work :
College for Women In TaIls SIMPER: SERVICE
h....* and time in handling. ,
TRANSFORM ( ?p INTO Miss Irene Rohrer and Mi*' I nUDCtT PLAN IF DtKIRED: -'' ,

(label Mattaon are repietentinn I ( OUR pity, PAT AS YOU DRIVE. I IWUCKIR
WITHPAINT A PLACE ( 0
Florida City Community Churchat g
I (he League conference /AOtpp Mt.IppiIS. : IERVICRBird I II
Epworth
; SPRAY IT on the leaves for fertilizing ouT '
A ROOM OFdOY in Lake Worth . .
gM K
s cc ; avocados and citrus. Saves labor. vilt50naNA ) I
Ur and Mrs J A. Smith and 4'IG'
11515551
THATSDREAR '" AND Mrs W. R Crow'Isltl'd Just apply it in regular sprays of > { U$1 M14el th. 17

CHEER / their Bubb'a' ion Crow. Archer.at the. Smith Boy Scout 111( j(: .'pest. control chemicals.. Safe on. I + ; : Chevrolet: (Co1or'l'Wrlnie'Aia4 o .

Imp at Pine Island. ," leaves, "used as directed. Won't mstBur ; .
Noah Peterson left tail week
for Fletcher Fla. corrode or clog spray equipment llomeklead.. FU.Pboae .:

l v "Mrt. J. W. Conner and daughter ,. II .;;
Cb5rob evttei htetng
Marjorle are attending thi \ I I Ir o 4(
summer with relatives. in Eat ehszta,od tnn: Loess t ua ptealtauM tQt4s 22 Years WithChevrolet I
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Gallic: ,
I I Mr and Mr*. Wm. Dean of f puBusstT: > Itt

= | Naranja) announce the birth of a Florida :'East CoastFertilizer G9I' Ater Aee.tll
ton, Eugene, al the Hunt lli B I I If Ii
For Your Convenience Have Your Every: I plUl on June It ..'. i -

1! ".fl.. Mary Tower and Frank
Co.
Uuildlni Need from 'A to 'Z'.bt.I. Bums were hurt In an automobile j jM..III..ren ; / 1

| collision . In CoconutOrove 1J 1t
of
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i .\-.\. ... r.lI-t.: N-N.lli I "UKDLAND IIIIAND FERTILIZERS"; -, ----" ---- t
"Mr. and Mrs Parry Manleyand i l'

n-DulMrn llird".re O-4>.k I karlagt''abinets family hew moved to Mi4ami -$ ..
or Rent a
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I I base II IIENRT l'LIDG N. Mgr. 11..ttad.l1,
p-r.l.t "Mr, and Mrs..' .Preston B Bird Hedland Goat J

. left . to visit In Jacksonville, Pre-Cast
Is-Ik Millwwt ,
ra Q-Qtulltf I Wa"tfllll.nd Atlanta. ." Power La"une ,'er Concrete
alHarrU
lilrrUr: Flynswd 1 R-Redwoed RidingFFir 1 "Carl Jeffrey and Fletchcf f'

Bryant are visiting In MountDura Refrigeration Co.
framing I amber Shrlrlag Pine
".., and Blakele. Ga."

Cl-Oyswiim; Product T-tVr.h.Wi Mr and Mrs Guy Howard ate I --- Window Frames. ", .
announcing the birth on June 14
H-IUrdkMril. (Mawnlle) I'-t''.....'Beard of a six-pound two-ounce daughler :- i

I latrrlar I1nl'.m." .." Gypsy tons"I :
a
J-Jsmba .,,,-w... KhlagleaK I II I Bit. of a Bark
:
. . An easterner wu being driven 1I1ArAffAN1Ht ;
-KMlly ri X-\rtlleal Melding.I f't t
u i by a rancher over a blistering andalmost
I a-t..1oPr V-iard llrk (Free) .barren stretch of Texas MRX

I when I gaudy bird, new to him, gANYIff.m . 1 1b' '
-arc.lt'I. CaUnrtsJALOUSIES R--Llppp Benin curried In front of them Theeasterner /.1P ,
I asked what II was"That { '
I.I a bird of paradise.*
I a :
aid the rancher / I
The stranger rode on In silence > IT'S ONLY A TRADE-MARK t ;I
for a time, and then said;
"Pretty'
long way from home, Isn:t he- \j' f -and jet it U responsible for theIll

I Stanley Walker, Harper* Maga. / SUt"'Mt" v protection and comfort of many
tin. thousands of and their
people
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H, ONId ; 9" yr
_,,""_ homes throughout the United '

The parent of a States. It is the trade-mark of ;

old boy whoa thlrteen..r.1 this company, exhibited with :
been something to
were. momentarily pride, promising: performance, .
other evening when h* told them f dependability and )low- cost
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at t dinner that his Clare had had.
an lamination that day and that t Insul-Mastic is an oil base material f
hi* mark had! taken s note
sprayed on the exterior of
.
worthy turn for the better "I
lit was the highest' of all these who your home ((15 times thicker '1

; tilled." h* said than a coat of paint!) . it .;
-Th* New Yorker beautifies insulates fend
Gla&s Wood water :

j Uakee ed Dial .48-9310 proofs in one single application! f .

jI I I 1 rrellh ct At the public library a small or 836982IthoBt I ;

j shaver presented a well-worn oMkatkM. foe ....u.ua s .
t dirty volume at the desk. The librarian r
Aluminum heal eai ayolleaUaai W
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fear book
glanced at meal 1.Millie M ywleas. t's
\ a..nrcIlwwarci U I take U the size I '
j of the boy and asked" This I* 1 .
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: ..:. New Huildinj Constructiod rather technical lent It** t i Made to Fit Any Standard .
the
\ Planting hi* feet firmly on
Repairs and Additions Under FJIA floor the boy: half defiant, haul* r

I Ventilated Awning Shutters apologetic retorted.. "It. was that j Opening 'I.
J/o., way whoa I got A ma am."-At-
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Mr. and Mn. W L. Newcomb Mr and Mra W B Lumpa.tr, Mr and Mrs Ovid Sullivanand ftablJ1o'Nuln" student M University LRADER-ENTERPRISE Friday June 14,1MO6Mr I
have arrived from cheery Point of M_. Ga., and daughter children. lads and Walter of CMartla, arrived !last
N. C. to spend the wearer with Suaanne and Severity have arrived left Monday for a vacation. in night to spend the muMmer with .
: and Mr. Neweomb'a parenta, Mr. and to whit here at Ike .bom Ocean City. Md. On tk* way hit parents. Mr. and Mrs U. P. J. M Brooks and bee Mrs. Lad. &. free refonsxlaXanftgr i
; i In RrounclI1omesead Mrs R. Q Newcwnb of Waldtadr ol M.... Lumpkta's Mother, Mra they will visit to ....**..,.G&, Kendrtck of K The Junior hi,. Neweemb whe M. P, Wollem ol E. Campbell dr, with Mrs Edna Jaehson. and In Kendrick recently fattweted. II free a visit wtlh restUvet Potat N c. irt the borne of her '.
I' V baa hut romplnsi four years of and other relatives. Expected to Sal bury with Mrs. Sullivan 4R in North CareUna. I (Continued. on .Page HIM) :,:
t service In the U. S. Marine Corpe arrive next week for a visit at brother and lister-ln-law. Mr
t plant to enreB In September. at the Wollam home are Mra. "... and Mrs Tom Brooker, I Mr and Mrs Hey Lowe and :
Mari CoHeee la New Mectco. lam's brother J. J Ehrenaperferol seas. CaitHii. Marvin a. Jimmy' and
I . Cullman Ala, and her nephew. Patricia Lee and Carol Ann I 11161". left this week tar I vacation .
Visiting relatives here are Mr. Edw Birenaprrfer ol BlaeksMarOa. Hunt arrived by plane Sunday 'In Lake" all and NaehvtUe, Late Model
t B. and Mrs Marvin PHIchard of item their 'home bt Beeten to Tenn
J Preston Bird bu returned The Rev J E. Jenkins former ,
Point Barrow, Alaska, who have -' visit relativet. Patricia Lee .tolUytag -0-
from\ I hart trip to North Carolina pastor of First Methodist Churchof
1 ) but Mrs. Bird and their I Homestead, and Mr* Jenkins! been honeymooning In Cuba since Mr. and Mrs 0. J. Wtitom ant with her grandparent, Mr and Mn. C. W Little left
too, David Letter, are remain- left Monday for their new homeIn their wedding June I In Edmonton daughters, Joyce and Lule an Mr and Mrs Ralph Hunt el Tuesday to visit relatives in Plant
Alberta, Canada. Mr. Prltch- visiting/ rel.lI"0\ Cairo Oe Princeton, and Carol Ann IsHouse a Used Cars
l In!,jbr a longer stay at Moody Clermont They will be Joined I City, Taotpa and UtwUnd.ol .
,i Farms la Waynesvllle.Mr by their daughter MiM Betty. ard, former rtHent here U a Before their return, they plan U west of her uncle and
I son of Ashley M. Prl hard and visit with friends In Jackson rent Mr and Mra. John Oalle. '
Jenkins, who Is eerving as oeunaelor i .MMrLWm.A:
.,, and M'--';: Milton! Harris at a five-week Methodist the late Mra. Prltchard el Home Miss. and with Mr. Wdiam1brotherinlaw her of Homestead.PvU Florida City hive returned
f ate"spendini a week's vacation' Youth In Le .burg. Miss dead and mister Mr .
Camp *
from a three-day trip to Sarasota. 1918 Station in condi
and Mrs Glenn Dickinson Wagon. Body beautiful
NewOrleans
and Mrs Louis J Ryes, In
I \/lllanU with relative In their Jenkins plant to attend Florida\ .
have returned to their borne
absence' O. M. Arboiart of Florid I 1 State University In the tall Mr. and. Mrs. Garth Fields of In Tampa after spending theweekend tion. Low mileage, 'new Urea
dl II the Harris Rowland Va.,
v managing are announcingthe
,
here with POtIIln.- Mrs 11. J. Derbyshire of Florida
t 'terricerltion Co. stun House guests of Mr and Mrs. birth on June ( of an eight Mr. and Mrs Archie McIntyre ,
a M. Moore are Mr. and Mn and one-half pound son Mrs left Sunday on a two-week trip ton's parents Mr. and Mrs. S. City la spending the summer 1916 1 Dodge( Two-Door Sedan New paint good .
Mr: and Mra.. H. Z. Barger of Bernard Owsley of Hannibal, Mo. Fields Is the former Miss Melba Mr. McIntyre, assistant\ county L Dickinson In Hint, Mich I .tires. A fine I,
4 gfFlorlda 'al, wlU leave Monday who are considering moving to Van Winkle of Homettead. agent this week Is attending the I car priced right. {
Tfor.Xhelr summer borne In Mem- Homestead Mrs Owsley .1s Mr. annual short course at Universityof
IrpKH, Ttnrt.! They expect to return' Moore's niece. Mr. and Mrs.John Reed have Florida and will spend next 1917 Chevrolet. New paint, low mileage good \
ifcbout Sept 1. j jr returned home from I trip to week at Camp McQuarrle. Mrs Let us estimate )'ourSheetMetal
Connie and Alice Kirby daughters Indianapolis. McIntyre Ii visiting relatives In tiled Just the car you arc looking for.If .
> Mr':* and Mr a. John Kuhn and of Mr and Mrs Cdw. Kirby Brooksvllle. S
{wo children have moved from of Sarasota are visiting herewith Mlu
Barbara Jean
Smith will
t' Princeton to their new home at their grandparents, Mr. and leave Sunday for summer school Harry Jenner, Jr, son of Mr. WorkWe year are locking for memo law priced. traawaerUtteftwe .
)1. N.' W Fourth at. Mrs T. E. Klrb,. at John B. Stetson Universityafter and Mrs. Harry F. Jenner of Coconut have eeveral tnwtrla from IISMMI. Come .U sad
spending a brief vacation Palm dr. expects to fly to I hell 'em
': .' Newcorert here are Mr. and Mrs Henry Pierre McDanIel of to ever
New York Saturday
here
with her Mr.
parents, and
t 'Mrit: W.;"D Mitchell and dough! Anniston, Ala, is spending two Mrs. A. D. Smith. spend the umC'r:: with relativetMra. I
terswho,'moved from Miami to weeks here her parents Mr. and I makeanthlnr In Sheet Metal to THERE ARC: ROME GOOD MV) IN USED' TeU'CKS.
1I'I*.' W. Third st.f .
\ f ,' .:, ; : Mrs L. W. ErnstMiss Mr. and Mrs.. O P. Blake, Jr. '. J. Dkkman: of St. Louis ON 01 It MT.) .
of Colonial rd., were called to and children, Peggy, Jackie and jour order and specifications:
f MrT, Wd"MA. Elmer Coding,olCotfohbtPalm Mable Ruth Pope dough. Dlckman's
Betty are visiting Mra.
; ;di1., are parents ol ter of Mr. and Mrs1 J, R Pope, Concord Ca., Saturday by the 111-\ mother Mrs D R. SulUvan.Geoor.le .
$daughter bom oh; 'flt 81 Mr. left Saturday by plane to attend ness of Mr Blake's father, D. P.
,itnM tHftl; _
expeeted'to
Larklns It
.Me r: chicken farm Teachers' College in Boon, N. Bird Chevrolet Co.
p w1.44/ C. Mlu Pope la a teacher at Alia- Benjamin Kufeldt son of Maand arrive today from Miami to spend! .
Mlss.tiorli Bird of Rye, N. YHVtrVed pattah Elementary School In M.... Henry Kufeldt of Red. two weeks tt the home of hiP VentilatorsSkylights 01,1)SM0111LI'1CIIEVItOLET) ) '
her Mr. land, expects leave this week. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W.
1' Saturday to visit Miami John Pope, ton of }
bll6'ttleid sister-in-law, Mr. and and Mrs Pope, left Wednesdayfor end to attend the'one-week ses. H. Turner, Jr. e 107 N. Krome Ale Phone 98
"Mrs..Boland J Bird of W. Avocado summer school at Florida don of Boys' State which begins
dr. Miss Bird I It assistant State University where he it a Sunday at Florida State University Mr and Mrs. t. D. Smith :jrn I
librarian of.the Rye public U- student. In Tsllahsiaee Benjamin expect to leave Saturday to visitIn 1 e Kitchen Cabinets;
beery. Redland High School student Is North Branch, Minn. with dFitzpatrickms
.I . .. Mr. and Mrs R. M. Williamson sent to the session by John 0, Mrs Smiths parents, Mr. and I !
.'Mr, and Mri. W.'E. McLendon and baby daughter Trlaha, expect Salley Post of the American Mrs Vernle Johnson, who hasp I .
and. daughter Llama, left Wed. to leave today for their Legion a winter home In Oouldi. On the Ask Us About Fine Furniture
ae;dsj on ,vacation trip of several home In Augusta, Ca, after a I return trip Mr and Mrs. Smith
weeks which will take them visit with Mrs Williamson par. Mr. and Mra S. T. Corday and will visit In Philadelphia and In Custom Ituilt of Mahogany and Other Wood
4htough several eastern dates. ents, Dr and Mn. Ctrl F Robinson children Martha Ann and Roy Richmond. \ COLD CATHODE Cabinet work Chair Caning krflntkhlngCar. .
Mr. Williamson Is a senior left Tuesday to spend several nisearne Dr. Rellaael R4. rhene 004.7tiiI
.bliss Shirley, McLIn of Orlando In the medical college of University weeks in Morven, Ca.Cerrltt Miss Cecilia' Ollva\ secretary ol
I .1."k .house guest of Miss Lois \ of Georgic I the Redland District Chamber of I
ft ptjrerton, daughter of Mr. and -- Holdrum Jr., spent the Commerce leaves this weekendfor I LIGHTINGMore
Mr. Daniel Ryenon of Richard Miss Margaret Gaby, daughterof I weekend In Sanford and Daytona University of North Carolina
rd..Mil' McUn and Mill Ryenon Mr..and hen W. E Gaby of I Beach He was accompaniedas In Chapel' Hill to attend a course I r
.} will\ be roommates next year at Redland will attend the summer far as Sanford by Miss Pit for chamber executives sponsoredby Light for I.rHII MoneyHomestead I
John,'B. Stetson University session at University of Florida. Johnson who lilted friends the national chamber
t I
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.'r ; there. Expecting to leave next week i ,
Jack Pope and Bob Roper, who for a visit with relatives In
were graduated June 6 from Pennsylvania are Mr. and ME*.
Homestead High School, left this Casper Williams, their' duughtcV, Neon Signsand
; PERSONA!. week to spend the summer near Mrs Fred J. Fuchs. Jr., the I
{ Cleveland O Fuchs sons, Charles, Bob and Bill 1
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and Mr Fuchs' mother, Mrs. Fred Sheet Metal Works
LET41iI11r Miss Alice Warren home economics ' J. Fuchs. '! I'
:1 teacher at Redland High r
_1 School, has enrolled for a summer I Dr and Mrs. A M Logan arid* N. W. 2nd St. Next to Phone Office Ph,3:10: / wC
course In mental hygiene at IOn. John ire spending a.thrreA'
University .Virginia.. week vacation Dsytuna Peach,1 .
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i i *It it estimated ihst on.tveragt day In tbt .
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Ueited States four million people ire tctually s I
( a ,
;. .c i. bltd by illness, and countless others are GETS CLOTHES SPIN-DRIES ., .

"' aflicted with minor ailments. Not only it the 1

i .economic lost incalculable, but the effect on REALLY CLEAN THEMT00 '' I

die spirit of the nation is s factor to btreckoned. ;

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: 'What eta we do to better this situation? Certainly, at aI

I ;v try minimum, you can cart for your own health and the

t i"i t...heilth of your family In the end, most problems are reL' ONLY SERVEL

| I !wived in the Indirldual'i sense of personal responsibility. '

: .Observe common health rules. Consult your pby.idr.alm( vacanac' a THE E

t} ,I jj/case of illaeit. U medication is needed, have your. prt-

f 'r.tcripdon compounded by our cspert preicripuooists. REFRIGERATOR
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THE ONLY WASHER WITH

I '. HOWABD JOHNSON Ph. a i Uf. tim. Porcelain Inside and outPut
.. N, Kreme Ave. Phone C4 LIVE-WATER ACTION ANDo S SilentLon'er

In.clothes and lOOp, touch the ALL-PORCELAIN FINISH S Savs

Select-O-Diat: and forget


,A few of the full course dinners Underwater Suds Distributor stain-no undit-clothes .
solved lOOp or detergent to

served atThe laM8
?' Rapidry-Spin gets clothe 10 dry, torn are

ready for Ironing


Lobster Houseu. C Full-width loading at the top-no stooping, I HEW, LOW, PRICES.,.

j bonding -
Baton yea choose tny nfripntor, tee the famout Semi

Flat, porcelain cover U another laundry shelf Oat ReMftrator-and compel It You'll find only Serve

Chicken Noodle Soup, Chilled Tomato or Orange Juice, hat a freezing yttaa that will stay ailent, .lute yean
Shrimp Cocktail . No bolting down-put It anywhere longer. The reason? Not a tingle moving wearing pert

: Come tee Serval't new Lonf-U/t Design that will Uy
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Tomato and Lettuce or Chefs Salad Bowl with French '
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'. Exclusive, clog-free: water pump modern r. IU new Quick-Change: Interior that win uvt
or Thousand Island Dress:ng.8OITMEEN .
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time and work.. You'll say "Serve!, for net" .
1 ", PULP CI CUN. . _.. ... ._ ._ ._. $US. I Clothes can be added or removed at any time ,

.SEAFOOD PLATTER

1 .: '.(fuse Snapper Shrimp Lobster and Scallops) .-. ._SUS I Cleans and empties Itself automatically eteLd I

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CHOrrED STEAK with fried catena f 11* RealfClean' I
Action Gets Clothes' .
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I .: .1. 7 Vegetables (Choice of Two)' the. _sh !G' eKtlon-no\ : pulling' Of T"**"* to wtor clolhet. lit//II
,I Hot Rolls and Butter And the. tome Uve-Woler Acllo that gets clothes reellvcloon .
i Iced Tea or Coffee \ ,rimes Inem twice each limo m fresh woler. Clothes ere J
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I I. r. r r Social Events in South Dade r . . recaption for the Rev Edwin WINTER RESIDENTS WEDDED JUNK 3 I

C MetiMdM WUteon Chureh new palm ef .of-.f11 IN CATHOLIC JUTE IN O8WEGO, N. Y.

will be held Thundiy I
I the church serial I hall under-theaitffOot Mill Mary Jane NiMI daugh-, by Mian RmiaUr Bon I a. maid of
I WBDDING vows ANI) IUN08( BXCHANUHI) her of Sigma' Alpha Iota, national fiLVIE ALICE SHOKKB BECOMES UIUDK of the W !, (', S.ET tee( fir Mr' and Mr*. PMMt Na-I i I timer Bredeaaeafwas ......
UV AIUKL) J PAIIMAN AND WALTKIt profeevlonM made fraleiiirt/ FM _ Canon RaaturciY and bri.-
PRICE
OF CLiFFORI)1VALTEitS. IN ClitlRCH( loll of Flottt air MIl Oewa .,
tie( HERE
part yew, she ha tougM at JOHN rARMII MTTItrrEt malda were hiss Betty Natott." I
.the Miami Conaerfatofy ol Ms.IY N. Y.. became the bride of Richard liter of the bridegroom Mb*
Pitman The marring* of Mk* A trial I cawe4e .bouquet of while each Me Md her aerred M organist! Ml** nle. Alice Shore* efIbmettea r wore a posed! blue organdy rrot* WCONCftUAY ...... sal 01 Mr. and Mrs flnRiwl! Ann fhtd/'lMer/ Iff11..

Mr Ctarence, daughter Jnmei of Mr. and 1,I'1 aitil, itephanciU, 'L John'i Epiaeopal 1 Church oft became U e bride ofCUffoed nude with .hills ....lIne. ifcortrieevM The monthly .pariah. cupper. of J'pfl Hates, on June I hi CHwrio. bride sand Mia Anne Mueumerl.Cermefl .
to Walt. Herman ofMomeetoad rj i Her attendant wore boll". HomettMd. I Waiters of Homeetead. In I fitted. ....... lAd !bouffant M **n'i Efatooiwl Crmrrh will The Rev. FrMi. ) J. Kelly Itaatvrcl WIll bed men
Price, ao* of Mr. and*.....Fremja. Clem' awns of whit naarquMHIe. OW The bridegroom wit born In a double ring .neremany. per I' skirt Hr saran tot and be served at T t/ctoek Wednee- eMMatod at the double rhm ceremony and Alfred Muawmerl and Jmwph.
,rUl-Bink MffeU M*. carried. formed ay the Hev. day evening 11he| pariah" hall. In St.
C. MM of) Key Wet, Tarpon Spring, Fll, and was John HWhllt other aoceiaarle were white. and Jowfih1 CalhffllrChurch. hft1nroe were ullht'l'l.
M 1.10: Sunday afternoon WMMleijMbed lout**** *f Oerbtrt. dMata. *I dMn. graduated from Key Weal High pastor at I o'clwck Thun- her corsage wit fanhlwwd of Everyone aUrnilmg' I I. sited. to The bride wore a gown of
In Uomectead PitibytrrlanChurefi elephenoNA. School and University of Florida day aftemooaj m Fiat Beptiit gardenias. be on time and to bring his own The bride was given In marriage Ivory aatbi and Chantilly lace
Persona, mother/ of the He I p a member of Phi Kappa Church of llomntead. The bride A gerdntia airing* and white table se1vlre. by..her father and attended\ I and I 'In.r.Ip.n.. of French
The-church. bride wore dawn blue lace amohlffan A Tau fraternity, and I II anaocltted I I II the daughter of Mr and Mr*. acreaaorlM were worn by the UhMlon which WM attached to a
WM HMmintWd .
white cathedral by with mefeMng" hat and with hi* father In Price- Tours, I William aMmpion. Shore of J R. maid of honor whom. petal pink PLANS REVEALED FOR WEDDING SUNDAYOF braided aatin headpiece The
taper, held In ooriage: of pink philicnopeliMr { Key Welt travel agency W. Fifth it. and the bridegroom!. organdy frock was made veldt I gown was fashioned with fitted
White wrought-lron candelabraMt . mother la Mr. A. JULIE: TAYLOR AND STEVE:
Price mother of the toil* W. Rmtler ofTnoeaee ruffled neckline ROBERTS bodice
.ainat I background of potted groom, wore ether lace Mr. and Mr. A. F. Arthot en.tertalned rd. : ,. puffed. alefvct, a high neckline outlined
grey
palm. White Mil greyacreworlet slaws onoice ana mil ak 111. with tare rosette, long sleeves
peonfe and I corsage of at a wedding knuirti The bride was given In marriage After Plan for her wedding Sundayafternoon Braxton. pointed at the wrlnti, and. a bouf.
stork In white wroaght-lron I orchid. for the bridal party and out-el / by her father and attendedby a honeymoon In Fort
Mandard. were wed for dair- town tussle Sunday morning. Mlaa. tuba MrLeod Myen, the newlywed will live I to Steve Roberta, eon Arrangement of Cerberi dal. rant iklrt which extended Into
of
lion (ft the chancel\, and the pew At the reception at the Parman Arrangement of polneUn were Ue brldeimaid. NIIC at the Shore residence until the of Mr. and Mrs Loren S. Robert lei and gladioli were used for a cathedral train. The bride car
kern marked with white snit home on' North Kromo awMm. .. used for decoration of the Arthur H Ralph Shah Walter family I home on B.Klnn of Florida City are being decoration of the room, and Die rled I colonial bouquet of old-
brother of
the bride,
rlbbcf't-' Louie Murray and MM Fay home Blarayne dr. wai belt Highway I I. remodeled announced by Mia Julie Taylor favor were miniature oldfath fashioned. flowers centered With a
Pierce presided over the great. on Cover mm.For j daughter of Mr. and Mr*. JoaephTrancla toned doll. Ice cream In wedding white orchid.
Dr. Carl F. Roblnion M were laid for I*. The bride wee graduated June
organ the ceremony, the bride
book
and Mr. II. A Amen, Jr Taylor of
Homertead,
played program of nuptllt mu- I from Homeitead High School :: ring design, bridal cake and The mild of honor In a yellow\
Mr. F. Rock, Ml** RoaamoncHollln The Rev John H. Whltt I pastor,I punch were aerved. embowed
.1.l w w.lIh.. traditional where the was active In achool nylon m.rqularttloWl!
march**. of Deerflcld Reach and MR. AND AIRS BARNEY SAVANT TO MAKE\ I affairs will read the service at 4 o'clock : Present!, besides those mentioned over f.nowIIffe", wore matchIng -
Mia Joyce Elmlger of Sciford, I I In First Baptist/ Church of Home- MM Thebna Gantry
were ,
picture hat and carried
HOME IN a
The Rev T. CRAIG AFTER INDIANA The bridegroom
3, touch, rector Long Wend, served at the punch RITES I ..ttrndt'dHomllt..d Ned Mr. Betty Lou Simmons, Mr. colonial bouquet! In tint to harmonlze .
Of St.! John'i Eplicop I Church, bowll.I High( School and I II Mill Bernice Taylor will be Warren Braxton, Mr'Jamei M. wltth her gown.
officiated at the double ring I Other out-of-town guests Included Expected to arrive .this ,week. chid and yellow carnation employed by I local gas com maid of honor for her titter, and I I Shaw Loren S Robert,, The other attendant woro'yellow -
ceremony. I I I Mr. and Mr, Philip Strunk end to make their home In Craigon Bed man wi Howard Henry, pan,. Miss Mabel Domes MlM I Roberta Mri. i..ort.w Mrs H. R. Wil- and orchid marquisette over
TIlt Bride was given In mar-1 and Mrs. John Romero, III, of the Key are Mf and Mr* an uncle of the bride, and uihen DeMello, Mill Nadine pierce, and I son, Mr J. H. Taylor, Mr.*. Myrle taffeta. picture hat. of net .and
liege by her father. Mill Laura I I I Key Wed; Mr. and Mr*. R. D. B'MIe'letlll& who were married were James Walkup a brother of HOMERTEAD CUR TO NAME Mil Warren. Braxton, I niece Dice,'Mn.,Lily Venn, Mr. .Thelma Chantilly lace, and carried ,colonial
Down of East Orange, N. J., was I Qeikill of St. Tetertburg; Mri. on Sunday afternoon, June 4,' lathe the bride, and Richard Walkup NEW OFFICERS W JULY of the bridegroom, will Recites, Mr. Olin Wright bouquet.

mi lijt. .honor, Mr.* John Frey, ,I Edna!) Howard of Toledo, an aunt Methodist Church of Kent- and Bernard Walkup, the bride' New officer will be fleeted by rldemaldi. ,, btj I Mn. 'Eugene Saunders, Mr a.Coeiley ,Orchid cortege were worn by
liter of the bride, and Mn, Ralph pf the bride; Mr. Miry Lln and, Ind. Mr*. Savant 1 I. the for couiln the Homentead Home Demonitra- Billy Perkins will be bill Saundera, Mn. E. W. I the mother of the bride, In black

Dofie7r., bride' matron, and vllle, an aunt of the bridegroom, mer Mia Ina Mae Walkup of Mn. Walkup, the bride' moth. tlon Club at a meeting to be held | and Calvin Waldron, Billy Simmons I Burton Mrs Allen Neal, Mri. H. sheer over pink satin, and the
Win' Barbara Miller brtdoimald, I and Mil JoAnn Henderion of Homestead and Kentland.The er, wore a griy sheer afternoon on July 11, after which the club Olin Wright, Jr., and James E. Null MI'l.' flea Wright Mrs mother of the bridegroom in
Theb* f loan woe H. A Amen, i j Jacktonvlllat; and Jamn L. Gay double ring ceremony was gown, white arceMorlei and I will receu until the fall Appointed Morrli will be graomimen. Robert Morgan, Mr, J. D. Barnes, blue
Jr/arlS t the when were George'Linvllle I of Winter Haven, read by the Rev Gilbert Piker, whit orchid cor.e.Immrell.t.I to the nominating committee After the ceremony, a reception Mn. Mottle Thomas, Mr. Bud After the ceremony, dinner was
of Jacktonvllle and For their honeymoon to Venders pastor, before the altar which at the meeting Tuetday I will be held In the church Harden, Mrs Cea Barnes, Mrs served In the Adam Hotel and
I (,Erne.J Salley of Sin Francisco Beach and Havana, Cuba, was decorated with lighted tap-' a after the ceremony were Mn Frank Hauiman, Mri.B .I social hall, and later, the wedding John Walton Mri W. B. Cave, 300 guests were entertained at *
held
cewlni of the bridegroom, and the bride blue end and reception wee at gift will be displayed at the Jr Mr Vdma
wore white en, arrangement. of whipcarnations the home Mckalf and Mn. E. Hardln. Greene, Mrs.Steve reception In SI Joacph' Halt
of
John J. Romero, III of Key We t. lllk ensemble with white acceaicrlei peonies ind lilies, A the bride' parenti Mn. 0. DeNiico, retiring preil-l I|I couple' new home on N. W. Stefanoi, Mn. C. D. Saber, For their l honeymoon; the bride
The bride wi lovely In a and a corsage of white Mill Marjorie JenklM of In- graduate of Kentland Hltlk dent asked member to mnke I''i Fourth ave, Just north of Mowry Mn. Flnli William and Miti wore a blue ensemble, matchingereeaeoriee
School
gown' of Ice-blue satin and Chan orchidThe newlyweds will beat the bride was employed et Bernice Taylor,
dlanapoll, an aunt of the bride, pedal effort to attend the election : and a cottage of whit
(tare home In Weit liter June here lent winter ai an operatorat Mill Taylor was honored at
tllly fashioned with an off. Key tang to organ accompaniment meeting Gifts were sent by Mr. Rodney orchid
'fhe-ahoulder berth of the tare, 24 played by Mr*. John James CnIdy. the local telephone exchange The group planned to make ,I tea and miscellaneous bridalhower Roberta, Mr. John Graves, The newlywed
are expected to
fitted bodice and I She I.1 a niece of Mr and Mrs. ( Wednesday afternoon at Mn. Claude .
long full l skirt A native of Homestead, the glitter bird pint and ear rlnxi at Campbell' Mr Florida
return to In the fall
i which swept Into cathedral bride Letter Walkup of Florida City the home of Mri. Stanley Robert Navel Stark, Mrs Roy Chandler, City
a wan graduated from Homestead Given In a work meeting to be held Thun-
marriage her a* the bridegroom I I. associated
Ir.ln.c..A, lace cap, held In place High School and from the 'father Lawrence by The bridegroom opentci a day In Future Farmer clubhouse i of 238 N. W Ninth ave. Hoi- Mr. Nestle Jeffrey, Mr. James I
with his father In-law In
Walkup, the firming
her Tce blue veil of Illusion. She t.etmenhool of Music In bride fishing lodge at Craig where he A letter was read from the food tenses were Mn.. Robert, Mr*. McCoy Mri. W. F. Brantley, here.
c wore lace, mitt and carried s Rocheiter, N. Y, She ll a mem- of white wore brocaded a floor-length gown cam to make his home five editor of a Mlgml newspaper, requesting Marvin Shaw'' and Mr*. J. D Mri. Ada Robert, Mn Tina operation ;
organdy: over year ago after dliharge from the the members to lend In Perkins I William; Mn. M. D. Jacobicn
: ice blue taffeta. Her flnger-tlp Army Air Force. A ton of Mr recipes for the food column. Door prices' were won by Mr. Mr. Julia Mae Dalley Mr.

I veil of.,nylon of nylon was net attached and to eed Ih.lf.h. and Mr. Pete Savant of Scam. Brownlci and soft drink werenerved Barney, Waldln, Sirs. Donald Stafford Bryant, Mr. M. F (j T gptl 1 I
earls, and she wore nylon mitt* man he I I. s graduate of Mineral by the hostess, Mr*. Roy Flynn, Mri. Edw. Barnes, Mr. Braxton and Mill Margaret ,
(Ken) High School Wood. I Dexter Horn and Mill Warren I BulUrd!
I raJIf,1S Her only I ornament was I strand -- -- -- - - - .
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of pearl, I gift ol the bride
groom Th white Bible she car- KATHLEEN JACKSON SELECTS JUNE 25' (

4jP'ssSJuN1I. orchid fed wn topped with a white I. FOR CHURCH WEDDING: ) TO MARION ELTON: 1''. .

Mia Anna Savant of Scammon,
Kin., maid of honor for her brotfi- Mr. sod Mri n C. Jiukion Bualne College, the bride-to-be
e r's bride, wore I pa.tlllJ'fen...- are announcing the engagement li employed ai a deputy clerk: 1 \
STAG GIFT SIT hL paderase aeae I bibs, ddkstry 1.49''IAVENDIR ,.nd11O..n with, matching picture and approaching man-luxe or''In R 1) Iwlliprmiin'i' officer In I ..
I hit and mlttt, and carried s colonial their daughter, Kathleen! to the county court house. r

bouquet of white earn- Marion Elton of Homestead. The future bridegroom, a native .. fti
SHAVING BOWL tKdl.OO linn i to which the ring for the The wedding will take place at of Georgia, served during 4N's'
', bridegroom was attached. 7 o'clock Sunday evening, June (the war In the army, artillery In A
KUNZO"tATHI..USIf*4*('<" .' : .'9. Bridesmaids were Men Mary 25, In Homeilead PrexbyterlanChurch. the European theatre Ha has
Morton In orchid organdy, and Mri. Leroy Jackson of mask hit home in homestead for
'OllfTUMIN'S' STATIONERY SUf-tt eWt. a**** 1.. Mil Evelyn Mingle, In yellow' Marathon will( be matron of hon- the pant two year and la employed .Ai
I prgandy. They wore picture .hata'mMiyiM M fothaeiater-4rtawand, Ilay by Major Electrla: {la Per.* '
IILUOL If,1Clf"C"U.OO\ .. );, '' ... Qit. matched Uu llenaon will be beat man. rIM 1 ale ? f1y
tint of theirowns, and they A graduate of Rcdland High t r r
I Sllfirtk, MEN'S TALC YerStl IITII SAYE LOTION, carried colonial bouquet of or*> School and Chnrron Willlnmi I I VI /

A far. rash tortured", Ule Rut MM\M IkmbitXlfir a del f L PARTY MARKS BIRTHDAY
atiMnxt tW clMiv\ all.. nMilii4m OF MSS! NORMAN COFFIN J
; 1 0 OO D 61 XAVIER SKWARSKOWSKY AND MISS HUNKER
!rma ieppwna, . eWtling / Mr. and Mrs Wm. R. Haiti v/tI
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TO IJE WEDDED IN LITTLE RIVER CHURCHRkwarikowiky entertained Monday evening In 1 J''

'Mtln/t CIEAM Hair Oil B iRtatloiil SKAtlNC BUEAIHkvrwii honor of the birthday Bnniver-' .

It I"1r IIttItr III pIQ, fOIIIbIh Q r; burnt Sew Sped Xavier Skwinkowiky Home rf Hometteiul, wry" of their daughter, Mr, Norman
*r> IIeIt and waN l itead will take a* hi* bride Mill Mr. Skwinkowiky attended flay- Coffin at the BatU. home atno
,HoMlMtlOllC.lttMf 4 Af 9 C iinMer.tNaIss .00 Murjorle Bunker of Miami I In a onne (N. J.) High School and caw s, w First .t
ceremony to take. (lace Saturday war service Inh.. navy before Birthday cake and punch were i

/ tritttt Witt deN yore r frttcrift+i ttnk ll'taps' evening In Weat Little River coming here three yean ago nerved to the 24 guests present.r
Oaptlat Church at 7BI N. W. 23rd l
MbW Se Cie a As'.f eve In Miami. e ar
Mia Bunker ll the daughter

I of Mr. and Mr. Russell A Bunker I / l f J I rPAe : :
AmmoniaUd of Miami. l// I

TOOTH PASTE A ton of Mr*. Katherine
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Garland Chanty entertained
( Friday afternoon In honor'
tN etettl oa Nn asul tialsct RIM IDs tea
au* of the aeventn birthday annlver.Miry { b I
of her daughter Shirley/ e u ww,to That DadsIenaN ,
Thirty-five guests. were Invited Father's Day
DIXIE DRUG to the p.rthi Chancy home + n; erretal ,
atT N. W. Thlr4.it aau tNr'h' e .
Game were played, and birth.' S IN his COOl,:COMFOITAILI ,IUXUIT 0* nil u 'a'c cl
PHONE II Yaw Fricnfly Rixall Itar* MI DELIVER day cake and punch were carved
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a. I*. U, M. tNt $'ca.ebn.y.Y.v monthly payments fat IlicirbecauMitilirtipaying Pubs t uk't aew Patented USER-LOCK method spins raHieat Mohair
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I S,000 IS CONTRIBUTION OF HOMESTEAD I for the Youth Fellowship and re-, II HUP MtCKir LOWER LEADER.ENTERPRW : FrMr, 7KM Ii, 1--"?

w. S. C. S. TO rrechmenU for the Bible achool CEtCMATK BIRTHDAY .-rr r
If CHURCH BUILDING FUND
I, and lustier chatr: Eighteen. youngtten helped I CIJSSIFIED ADVERTISING r

I ...., memben Mickey Leaner celebrate Ml r /
More than ILOOO was. contributed Korea mkaiont.. take* to Korea three niaaioti study. eoweaa adapettaered eighth birthday anniversary Saturday AMONG OUR MANY W.T- 1
to the budding food al Flrtf by the Rev and Mn B. A Cum.'' studies far Juniorfraupa. afternoon at an autdaa lies Ha* tJtOI:
Methodlat Chun during the pastyear ming, who were returning. aa I' Aa part of Ma atudant' wheat raaal at lbs home ofMtokey a t
kyMMW. t. C. 8. of M mitenertss ...... work, the I group kept hi touch' pa enla. Mr eatd Mr. LUXURIOUS! newly balll- Siritiamn f"

memaaooordu.reed. pfMcinM., to the oy activMM Mn. Horn welfare"" werk includadthe : with II students and OM eonrte., Paul Leaner of N. ,W.. Fwarth....at. .......... .__."'...T"."""" t CHI horn oa hopinner IfiTli yeq toatepfw ,
tending of two large bone man and eburved Student Rec.egnRlen Birthday cake,. aloe sees BRAFTCO I
toll, dews, ttta
C....., William, retiring puce. {.. ; which fttnowedby A of was gwa. MMiaf
of ,Idly to the state hospital at Day wee program fame For Rent FRUIT ftEEC 1118J8OOII bath. Urge created. farm, .
dt'IIt.Th. Chattehooohee, the collection of I a party far the jreweg peaeJe. vided for the young ueeta._ and May ether ajinlali. TOTAL PRiCC IIS' ,WO. Term", 'ri
group made offering oft book and magatinea for negroea .... ....... ..... JOHNNY LEI MtESEEYlUlatla Curb ScrrlceOADDir .
sari than $W at the WIN of the giving Gt five baaketa of food Ii CLUB BUYS OPERA GUILD MEMBERSHIPS DHre. H-aOU West I Unusually Kir*, terpdg td. %- stets Jx0s4// .
Prayer and World Day of Prayerotxenranree. to the needy, and the providing I For. rent.-Farm lead-I acreplnelaad W U. Si I al Oe lea I bedroom, J-fcath home I I
Under \the direction of financial help and IeI"ftot411 FOR TOP MUSIC STUDENTS AT SCHOOLS 10 seas ajlada. Oar. Tha bee). for teas Plant now I acre*. Furniihlngi, 6ncl-- .
cf Mrs. I. E. Jenkins the World III and. hotpltaliaed person ner Halnlln dr, Naranja) .... I TELEVISION' washing ma.
Fr oddd, committee made ten The group served a turkey)1 MembertMpa In the Miami the J performance The room were (pJlIt) chine stationary tuba, pawnmower a00AUOt( I.
'ecrapboolu Thirty package of tuppcr and a chicken supper to, decorated with cut tower, an4 and mtny other es>
Guild will be awarded heater, '
Opera tank and
sewing needlM and $10 toward raise fund, monthly suppers for ,party aaodwichN and punch Uead water ; .,.... There U alaa a s-bedrooni. 111 N. .,... AT* '
Barbet
buying a jeep were guts toII the Men1 Fellowihlp a banquet' neat aeaaon by Homestead< Wo I were arrved. ROOMS ""'ta.... t'fOIM'ftUII.' cheap 3 H Robert Butn'i I guest cotta... BEAUTITVLLY :
man'l Club to the music student The club plant to. sponsor Ipertotiallty lion, off-atreet parking net Shop. (PUJ) : LANDSCAPED: with aaaorVmeht (hawte. Ftermaa.

II 1'AMILY REUNION TO Ill: IIELD ON SUNDAYAT showing the moat progreta at; conteet among cfcJU door to retUuranU summer rate, of fruit treed and out. arlaarir) ; ,
I Homestead school and tie one I deer In the nrdland District Ucooperation I by day or week. Gateway Gun For sale: family mats! cow, hall. door Urbanie. A BARGAIN ,
IIOME OF lUlL AND MRS. J. W. CONNERA showing" moat progress at Redlandachool with. a Miami pbo Home. IM S ,Krcma. (]2tf Jeney, bait Guernsey, gents Mill.WO-with' term.

'The two membeithipi tography ttudlo rirturea will .be I Ph. tJ..
family reunion will l be held I panled by Mn Cladleux'i daunt have already been purchased by made without charge and projected NICELY 1 located home aaKrome RADIO REPAIR-Wlc: Nrvltl F FAn

Sunday at the horn' of Mr. and tor, Patty, who hai been visiting) the club, says Mr*. Ovid Sullivan I on the screen of Seminole For swell" : J-uedrown "'"'I...... For sale: An vtrletlM of evocadtreet < avenue Situated aa work guartnteed.<< Prtc4reaaonabla. .
Mrs. i. W. Conner of 100 S W' at the Maddox home Mrs Jacks president.Approximately i Theatre for the selection of the I, home In country, Echo Jordan, ,TI per. !I" Brooke : I-acre grove. Total price $tOO 1oberI., Broeka)
Second avaArriving McMahnn of San Gabriel, Cal. 1171 was. clearedfor five most outstanding penonall ..... Broker, fh ,,,-I. I II Tower' Nursery lie (mlltf)) with lean Roberta rd, just horth M Palm !
from Akron Monday and IS-monlh-old son, Mlk.lare Haven School for bsndlcspdchildren tlea. Gifts will be presented t* Driest Florida city ",!WIt 4-1f, I
Bight! wi. .. Mi. and Mrs. Con.. expected to arrive Saturday at the club-aponaored' toe\ winnersClub I I tludio-typa fumltked homes '
per'a daughter. Mrs Agnew Coming down for the dur will operatic concert presented In the 1 membert have voted 14 I and I room fumlthed kitchenette CONCRETE BLOCKS, ate ajtaaBrwet with fireplace. On IM aces"
!
Roger and Mr. Lola Gladleux be Mr and Mrs Conner aont Homestead school cafetorlum'' hold but one monthly eoclai-buait cottages. Low 1\IIIIrnl'f'1. I Black Co.Naranja.) ". Priced at 1LOM with. term. PADmN and nrCDRATOfO: ,
.Mrs Rogen daughter. Sandra and daughters-lndaw, Mr. and Friday evening by the Miami neta meeting during the summer ralea Pleasant poundi for children I Phobe ITa.SIGNS. ,1 Interior and exterior. WcLaani i
and Rhea, and Mn Cladleux'i Mrt. J W. Conner, Jr, of Opa- Junior Opera Guild One hundred M.... Thot! B. Royal will. be bon 4 mllea N. of Homeatead M. I NEAT !.edreoM frame home Phone 741-R. (pdjlj)
IOn, Jimmy Alto here It another Locke and Mr and Mrs Thur were present at the reception teas Tuesday evening at a ptcnl u. S. 1. Redland Court rhWTB4 I pa It acre grave 5 Partially' fur .
daughter, Mn W. A. Maddox or man Conner of Coral Cables and given for the erUita In the supper and swimming party at ,(""IWI) 1 III..... Beautifully ,landacipedlurrouitdlnta H'
Marlanna, Fla, who. ii acoom- sort TofSunyi clubhouse N W 14th at. after1ner I her home at Homestead Air Field, ( Prlca $10.000( Lawn mower rental andf.rtpalrt .

U J. Dorach, M.... I!, W".C.L CIRCLE MEETS: Room-for one ,tt two people., I with- terms'FASISQMPItt1Z. I SILVER r Palm PALM'SEliV1'r'Swe '' ., ... ..
I NEW OFFICERS OF FRIENDSHIP CLUB Mn dole In, near eating places, SOfri74. .
G Roger. Mrt Harmon Keen, AT CARTER DOME ST N. "W lit tt. :REAL 1U8tt, .
:. INSTALLED BY MRS HERMAN HEINLEINMiniature cheap rate Herman Marks ; ;) : t .... .
Mra. U S Haynet Mrt. Jesse M.... Anna D. Carter and Mrs (aJltf)) : : . ... .. I 7J
Otter, Mrt. J. E. Farmer and Lull B Free will hoeletiei\ te ESTATE. SERVICE see "
symbols of their i Helnletn received a pair Mri J J. Hooker. Circle Two of Flnt Method! ."
office were presented to new of nylon glover at a gift from After the dinner those present W S. C. S 'at 7:JO Tuesday evening t-room apartment with bethroorr RICHARD FUCHSRaglatarad ,3
I officers of Redland Friendship I the club Corsages were presented attended a theatre In Coral :I i In the Carter home at Ill and electric llghU. Available 'Broker' Mortgage Loans$
Club when Mri Herman Heln to the new oflcert and to the ID- Gables IN. w. First areADD May 1.. Mrs, Oara Barber, I Benson Electric Has Jests H. Haka aa4 Fart Better.
lain Installed them informally ate Mailing officer -.- - Redlind rd (a4tf! ) ,Regls Bred Saletnan\ Iniurance fund. Home,' com!
e dinner June I in Marina a.,. JIMMY TRANA I Philco Appliances :
Introduced inertial, Indurtrlal No '
ai new memben '.charge''
taurant at Dinner Key. MARKS BIRTHDAY I II nllmla'E.ury' till;N. Federal Hwy.;
t were Mn Ceo P. Wright Mrs. for Inapection. Quick action. ,
.
.The new president Mrs Walker E. A. Maxwell, Mrs. .... E. WU- Jimmy Vrana celebrated hit Upstairs apt, I moms ItO month rr1acot..... Pk\ 441 Phone'111 PA Pox $N I
,
\ Martin, received a wee windmill mummer rent. Mn. Maud
llama, Mn Carl Llndgren, and I. Members of Cbambar '
t fourth birthday anniversary at a
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which the whirl Ind
typified Chandler, Silver Palm dry 'Eleanor Froscher''
aha would face In her new office, Mri C. M. Dumford. Mri. Wright party Friday evening at tha homeof house welt of Tenn. rd. (mllU) "...<;_...........T.. ........ of Commerca ,
presented an Impromptu readingfor Mr and Mn Robert Realler ,N
to her tool Inemergencies. hit parent
and a fan keep

which. ahe could A shiny be aummoned whittle with by was the welcomed group back Mn. after U H month Klopp A Vrana fish pond of 40 provided N E. 12th amuae-at. I "' .............,....+...... ...For......Sale.....-...Real.........Estate....... LAND SURVKYINO-\ >Hemeatea(! 2471 Flailer Ph.. 'IU.' ) '

the president waa given to M.... of absence on account of Illness\ ment for the email luetta who For Sale-Miscellaneous Engineering" Co.,'reglitered land
L. E. Derryberry, vice-preald.n, Cuetta of the club were Mn. A. were liven colorful paper halt II .cr.-I la pioeUnd I cleared, lurveyor.
A tiny bank went to Mrt A W. M. Everett and Mrs Fay Keen of ind ballooni at favon. Birthday _A..+."".".. ........... 4 la young bearing avocados" Hugh F DuvtlEvorett
Llndgren, treasurer, and a miniature Bradenton.Members. cake, candy cups and oranie. High and dry $1,400 Waldin dr W. Shuler SER ALEX LANItn for I we1I,
record book to Mn O R. present betldet those sherbet with linger ale were A few DRESSES left alaei t toM between. Roberta and Redland Phone 137 or after I p.; m.7BZW drilling, N. E. Klngi Highway.
feunken, tecretary mentioned were Mrt. C. J. Tur. aerved Priced under Ill. Buttoni gds Ph. J7J-J (Jill) ,. i Ph 031.5. "
Youngsters present were Dawne covered Vee Jenner Coconut (m28tf);
Stevenson Dale Hubbard, Mar. I of Krome. Pk
welt
i via Callahan Ronnie Anderaon. Y I Ir Palm t53-W.1.dr Juit ()JII) Cottage on Cunch Key, U mil* ........ ............."'............. Expert: witch. and jn.*lry rpatrtn \ ,
.
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.- Wayne Hubbard. Mickey aouth at Homestead, $1171 completely |. All werk guaranteed, N....,
Run Bchmunk, Danny Stevenson, Mel- furnished John R. Math. MiacellaneonsQoutdi 1 It a. Krome Phone 11$ (011.11))

your eyes Yin Poe, Michael Hendenon Dutch, For tale: t&-ft. frlgeratell meat ere on premliei or Box (31, ............", ..,,0.6.........._...
Billy and Bobby Callahan, cane, I glatt show eases, _IINation.1 Gould Fit (pJII-M)
Bullard. Oonnle and Ronnie Mc- cash rtgliter tape machine We buy, sell and trade gum aid
service
aalat and
over these buys! Cormick, Ronnie and Richard : Coca-Cola bow, meat block, 10 acres on" Bauer dr Jill... SILVER pump PALM, SERVICE, Silver pistols of all klndt. Nell,,IS B
Stevens. I I wooden counters. scales. Ph. ...... 10 acres ..o Fpmore dr. Palm dr Ii Ntwtoa rd. Ph Kroma. Phone H(0144)( j
sae or ISI. (W'| ) IIM an acre Lot on Redland rd. 692-W-l ( Two Chancea I near Bauer dr. $MO. J. M. iiauer I
( An aspiring young author was Rt a, Box 435-C, Homeitead, Fit )HARDEN Hauling, landacaplag, ,
1 _.JjT,6-4 dltcuttlni a new drama with UomtrUaiJ Qlau CoOUn tin topsoil potting soil sand rack -
( (i playwright George S. Kaufman it't. For eats: J040 PONTIAC AlcoadiUon all purpeaat. We da steel aaitfUamc ) fill\ Ph. MI-R. Write Rt t,' ..* ,.
"It's a tremendously stimulating -' Ph. IM-W. jj6). ,) see glassy. al aU typeiUN IMA. u-taM. .

Buick Sedanette Dynaflow. play," laid the young author"I've' yew owes amtmMMf teat ie W ted it Phone 173..eeiamr.
already seen It four tlmet I pins .sendkwelduh. was a le'. Ben). Warrenfonta!\ I ..
White wall General tires, several timea house emckw! and tome eeMul Sass OUTBOARD BOATS MOTORS" QJ&CtVl.I pWINO Cart tndWt
1'48 puncture proof-tubec: Medium . I' '. ways see lOAd playa new Vest\ sale| ..rUog ea something
learn \J'
I I find that I
corner mall and Ike lay daisy 14 ft plywood runabout with ) ,.)
a.
place Rigs
,00
Excellent condi- each time"Not A dir. te leaflet lot ,
green. Draw dxlen e< 10 hp., Johnson and trailer $300 .. ",

tion ,.....................-...-...........$1595 may" tee as.a .play" Mid twice Kaufman.If I don't"I KERCHIEFS....1". FOUR may CMBROICOtED be\obtained TIne HAND....neIatpeel. Mercury 14 ft motor Ramsey and with trailer 10, $430 hp 1 house for rent, 3 I O"O"L" Phone BJ7-X-W. (t4vr1

second time, I live up" a Mil.oddr..Md .n.... ,,'J I
4
It the sale
let le the Nedlwork Dept. erf the 11 ft racing hull, $74 houses! for at a -fOU
'47 Pontiac Convertible. Lite -ExchangeDrVLeonird. I paper ape rquung .Lealet Ma HKlBur : \ 9 ft tpcediter racing hull ISO, (0 !IIt\ .

green paint, black top.........$1245 22 h.p. Johnson aaotar fits bargain. Violet R. Dcttx
Ne1..N1IN Phone 847 or rail at ItO N. WIth .
it (OH" MS L Create Aa '". Ill 4 Is now associated! with
'48 Buick Super Convertible. n er *r lent a '
bwmde of
Credit Bureau
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sod
PI" Redland GoatPower
Black paint, white top and iE'I' I *
Homestead.
AUCTION Saturday nightS
every
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white wall tires. Very good Lawnmower
Consign your livestock
a& pm
tai
111 N. E.
condition atHirrls household goads to Ui Dude For! tale: 40 aerea high pine, food '
throughout .....-.$1565 I .aaredr 6111 Refrigeration Co. rarml ind I Auction, the scarifying for avocidoi, mama or limn r r"I
PRONI Call: 44S-J-1 or 4B3-R-4. (JIJtf) WX! DO reliable rfatoh eias
..N.INNN.NINNNee....... build In., U S. Highway 1, Per
'42 Chevrolet 2-door. Not a Ine Ph. '..001. (jt-lt) ) Woods Jewelry McCrory rf

b ck-out. Good condition ads (tUtflj
.. .. $545' \.
Good Health, 'ror sales: 22-h p. Evlnrude outboard . I "

'42 Hudson 2-d 00 r. Good tires motor, IS-ft Wolverine ( Wa buy old sold Teeth old:ragvatchee
of Happiness boat and trailer See Ted Olden U When You Need
The Keystone Trj .
and Needs A torely keaa4 at giru iwaM ate Nell, 18 8. XraiM
engine. paint job Homestead light plant
$200 doff, ...
.
yes ai aa I M *HI el i* Phone 111. ((11&1"
(flu) A Kabul or ,
Courses of treatment outlined to suit t wa arm putt.*lllrilH le'e .
'48 Champion Regal Deluxe Shave mr your individual requirements. lean ..,...., teat ai r4 te
Studebaker Convertible. Benson Electric Services .* city. are a MW M UMr. Wanted .' 'n
and Corrective Balrcat ___ ISaloare pare -.. vllbM the .u,.
Black top white wall tires, MASSAGE\ : General __ __ Mhaaapea ae r- "'*"" ..**.1trl.esflomi ........ & '

Sequoia Cream paint........-$1495 CABINET BATHS: Steam and Vapor Radios & Refrigerators (>Modloat) _. IM ere. er he5St a..fcl..l.,1.le Are.aM*.. lie W iS1liUsi,

...... Can reu CARPENTERS wanted {
IRRIGATION Modern equipmentWE Prfscetaa. no 41150lb. Facial Pack t. rlee\ gull ,
COLONIC : _N. web***wa..*alwmi vhaMykeae men only O R. Runk. *,;rU.raaja. -
...... (a4aU> _......., SaCenbbutlea hue. .....' 1pJ( ) ',
13 : OFFER A SAFE SENSIBLE REDtCIXQ PLAN .la ,. IUTeale
Buick & PontiacVPreston Fa | __

___ '11 Welcemi. Wagon Farmall H tractor,
wanted to buy!
J. C. Simpson Ride K. Simpson M.*taaa Trial _, II sew YOM a ltitiP:J o I's.' ANIIIIra. . with culUvitort. Ph. Peyote

B. Bird Motor Co. Registered Maaecar RegMered. MaaacaeaIJy ICE BOXES haaipea (Plain) IS.BUSII'S '.11I21. .Ijtt)

\ Geraldine ChampneyMb
116AV. .
South Krone Ave. at 5th St. Phone 484 Appointment Only. phone ;Jgfir" '$14.95Overseas .11-,_.aaaailai4MOTICI

I : SoirteblRadios
Benson Electric
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Bait & Ii MMkr( ._ lk l l lMtlM
W Uw, MvklnU.lt, Uw rtofM4
BarberShop
(H M r.tUlbw OMnlMiir sill. k* & Refriierai6riPrtaneia
TheatreTWO Tackle Shop M r MM Air ft UM e.p.M: .<
Seminole +.CMy !...Ire. l1Nty TeaM I. lrltmt

Breezeway DrJveInAdMbaleu I. ..... A..._ E4 Taeettl Ort sill't =-..r.1 Ma.e. -A, ::.= .d--.1 rh. 441
... .. Na. Ill MA MlW kwtlHM H Mr wee 1 "
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SHOWS DAILTi t sal S F M .**"* "." -..*.
SATURDAY lad SUNDAY eeaUanem I IU ILAdaileHaat w, MOODT, ,..w.a
Adaltat N..... Sari Mauna till S II- a*.), laa.ChMreai A. d. IOOL4.Y+iw WANT ADS PAt rAfiNIE :
Advil ln laded Children wider IS ..... 50 Sent ii 1
4k (tax ) ndef lea. 5.1, tea U twelve Ida (Tm l el > .
admitted free Pheaa. ".-,. : ; ; ; ;
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lies Office, Opens 1:44-Shew start 119: Last Times Today: "ON THE TOWN" Giffen Industries Inc. .

Lars Tinea Tedajri "Zambl" ail "Pe_ Memory ....." SATURDAY, Jane H-DeaWe F.....,.' Program I MAYIIEW FITZPATRICK ,:I j jXadland
REX ALLEN, TEALA WRING, CORDON JONES In

l SATVEDAT, Jane 17 "THE ARIZONA COWBOY"And Roofing; of AD Kinds Road between. Avocada and Biscayne Drive,, \
t: RICHARD DINNING BARBARA FULLER in PEGGY KNUDSEN: LYNNE ROBERTS, CHARLES 1.

"HARBOR OF MISSING MEN" RUSSELL In ., Poured-la-Place Gypsum Decks: '
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""TROUBLE PREFERRED"SUNDAY Pianoforte and Theory t
Alto ALLAN "Rocky" LANE and hit hone BLACK JACK In Cement Tile Manufacturing
J. "FRONTIER INVESTIGATOR"SUNDAY ' and MONDAY, Jane 11-11 \'JoIta. 3711oybob0 rtp-Ae44. '
FORREST TUCKER, ADELE: MARA ADRIAN BOOTH Solar Water heaters_ ?
Sal MONDAY JBJM It-It BRUCE CABOT In \0: J

GIVE KELLY, t CARROL NAtSH TERESA CELU In -ROCIC ISLAND TRAIL"Made Sheet Metal Work
( In Trucolor)
"BLACK HAND"
Added c-.,. Cartoe tad Pathe New Insulation .
Abe TWENTY MINUTES OF SHORTS.TUESDAY I
I TUESDAY sad WEDNESDAY, Jane SI-tl AcaMistkd Material! .v TURNER FUNERAL H
WAYNE ? t'
aid WEDNESDAY JIM U-SI JUNE: ALLYSON. DICK POWELL, DAVID ,
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BARBARA STANWYCK. JOHN LUND In CECIL KELLAWAY In Air OeiHrHionlnf f \ I
HEAD" IB L. SIMIAN Brnw'**4 TMMI24Hour Mew
TUB REPORTER AND TIlE RED ;
"J<0 MAN OF HER OWN"Ala I
I Added Carte sad .... Sjnlth .perta.lt,. '. Fan Ventilation .
A
TWENTY MINUTES OT SHORTS.THURSBAY .
THURSDAY" FRIDAY Jane tt-tl I Oxyf Equipped ,
sad FUtlAY. Jane SS-U MAXWELL ..
CLARK GABLE.LORETTA YOUNG MARILYN rna Zehuke
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ROBERT WALKER. DENPRAH KERR. MARK STEVENS -KEY TO THE CITY" I '\*"V'.eI' Strike

PETER LAWfORB In Added Carieeai sad Paraateaaj New . ;I 272 Aragon Ate, Coral Gables Cremation i

"PLEASE BELIEVE ME" I Ceaalat 8u4>r sad JI...,. Jaae U-lt "DAKOTA LIL"> I Phones: 4-1661. . 4-1652. . 48421 j'l ? 1
Ah TWENTY MDfUTEf OF BBORT with" .... paaaereaj sad .Marie ...... .: Phone ,270 Romeateat t ,


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Thursday. double header. Bee- I Mr. Md Mr*. R B. Porton of wheel of the florid City fire 8-LEAUEU.ENTEHl'UlSE Friday June *1 l
TWO TEAMS GUN : IWRNE I SELECTED 1 16. 1
Ut-V. F. W. and Mnchell-Tav- Wabhn dr., have relumed home truck, left Sunday with her two
scoter; Friday, Florid City from a vacation apent at Lake children/ Dolan and Edward, for I
AROUND
IN AND IYMe .
FOR TAVERNIER Mitoke 1. HI SCHOOL CAGE AOo/ka, CherteatM where they will make -......diet of toe Fiends Ceogree -..... Eva Dkkman. Mr*. .Jeer a
their home with ".. Smith1 parent of Parent and teefber*. Thomas Samuel Olbb and OeltV

MIAMI MACH OCCAMmu HOMESTEAD Mr. and Mrs Hu McCartney *, Mr. and Mr L. Leroy ......--.-.......-.. en Wiley. HOIDMI d.
LEAGUE LEADERMain STATE ALL-STAR and ere, Chuck, and Mrs MeCartaeyi Carder. On the way they (topped. JAME. AEOBEft HCTTOUOfltlTAt

. I AV .... A M. e.M.mill. mother. Mr*. T. Or- dauihler In Oalaecvlll of Mn.to Smith me Patricia another NOt Benson Electric Service
weeksMoll OuMaodi bMteUMU fined, apent Sunder In Clewitten. -
ball inUreat' will lit this be whetheror IH:: 17: SIT: Stt: Bill Homt.lead prowewof Growera' . (Continued from Ann. The trip wa made In the ...............................NIM
game June 17 9M: MS: Iii. l:. Pag Five) ear and In the company of Mr. Radios & Refrigerator
hot V. r. VT. and Mitchell can. June U tttfS: 1t:14: IH: 1.44 guard, hu woo hi appointment too and daughter-in-law\ Ma), and Ma. Dick Netoon. who will Santa
\ knack off league-leading Tiny.meet ., June It t'::4T 11:04: 4SS 4WJuneMIUM a* ene of the 20 high ecisoelplayer and Mrs. Wilbur Free Mr*. Free Mr C. M. Barrow and her return to Florida City after To Mr. and Mr*. Robert Diehl! Priaeeteo Plu US
on Monday and Thurtdiy. : 11:48 1:14: 1:11:l lJuMSt to oowpet* la the Hurt I.I spending file week In Miami dughter-M\ ool.w.orfl. Aiwel Bar I Ire''I day or two in Chatleehm.- .f Redland& a lon, on Juno I.
t.. The Key KM have rung up "-0 : .1:10: > III,1a! : annual All-Star game ""n Am. with her too-ln-ltw. and dughter Md fee Barrow ohlldno, TeWr. and Mrs Edw. Oex of
t In the aecond round and are a Juntas ISM: 1:11: all 7:11: 10 in Miami. Bill a MO of Mr. ..". and M... Fat Murphy lat week to visit relatIves InTbomiiton I Mr. and Mr. .... K. While of Tavemier, ion, on June IS.ratlcnl . B.r u Real a
game and I half ahead of Mitch 1:13u and Mr, A. C. Horn of t. Kings i Q*.
June51.1N: Ml: 7.47 : I I Princeton have returned from I *
elU V. r. W. i Ja In third place. : Highway, Wit graduated ifl June Redland Goat'fewer
\ Mr. and Mr*. Donald Sullivanand brief plene trip to Butlln'i In the Surgery-Mr*. A. B. Home,
The tending art: Tavernler! >mDA KmCM. from Homestead High SchooL daughters, Margaret, Oonn Mr. and Mr. Garland Lawnmewerat
n-M.: |W. A.), Cheney Bahama Mr Edw. Vlhlen. Monte: ShutU,
1-0; Mitchell, 4-1; V. F. W, l.a:1; FMMV IMMM LMM '.. *es Choien In I poll of the UU'. and Athene, are pending a vac*. md daughter, Shirley and and Ernest Sherard, Homestead;
florid City, J.e; BaplliU, ; fern* .% KlMirM B>y AM ItW high school coaches, the player Uon In Naihvlll .
and other U..1
Ad.1 HOT BUWM. lie, AM (it* point len this week to spend the Tommy and Josephine Hooker Cheryl Chamber Princeton; Ilarris Refrigeration Co.
Home 1-4. *_" 1A .. . will form' Northern All-SUr and In Tennessee mer In Qrandy and Robert Conrad, Perrlni, Medical
.
--jajs Henderaon.I end daughter of Mr. and Mn.J. .
be I I ,_ -... .') ....... I ion
will
The next All-Star
game pko. Southern All-SUr team lor the
,
C. ._ vllle, N. C. Mr Chaney, who had ; J. Hooker ot Hlckion dr., I left
on Wednesday when AI OweN =:" rN .;... ": ::"'AoI4 ass: contest In the Col lieu m. Fort Eddie and Bobby Carter tu- gone[ earlier to Crandy, returned'
by plane Saturday to spend the
1 .. .,ode I CCM.wn.
Service of NI.mIKkl. tA. 1111 Kay tarn - Lauderdale Coach Cloli Caldwell -
rat'l ...... . *tM dent at the Bolle School In here by plane to drive north with i summer with relative In New
eat Bait and Tackle. No ,. I 11I" awl will coach the southern team Jackionvllla, his family. I Check Your Raincoats Jackets!
.. ..Addlie art pending th I York City LL and Mrs Robert
dated hen for Saturday night on which Bill will play with cage _
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nU.e.wN::........ R;' (K. Mrfj. AMAM IUm..e1 :: summer vicatlon here with their. Hooker ion and daughterinlawof I
Overseas travel to OJui.Ai .. ..., ,tar from Jesuit of Tempi, Fort '
I .. rtwWa lie mother Mr. Lucille Carter Mr*. Click Chaney and eon, Mr. and Mn. Hooker
.) added attraction Monday -AM **., Lauderdale) South Broward, expect New that the Ratay day are here, better\ have yawralncMl .
i A Kelvin, are vlalting relative In New York
AMti to Mil today from for
night will be a concert by the Nhru1 West Palm Beach SL Petersburg, and Jacket mad, water-repellent. Take
fWU. the
In UK twurii rt rf Bar Wauchula.Mr .
Dr. and Mn. J. W. Rehbeln I LL hookers poet with the army j
..
Guard band before thegame
National ,Tins tU to MltolblkHOTK'I Miami Senior High, and Mliml them U
and have moved into of \ In
family the occupation Germany
between V. F. W. and Beach ,
T* ernler, 0Nmei4ttrwcrmovi CANS reildence of Mr. Marie King on *. Fay Keen of Bradcnton I
... Playing with the Northern All- W Mowry dr. Mr*. King I I. occupying has been visiting at the horn of .
The schedule for the week HiiUr. b .K.t..kr tin that' 1 the i lw' Mr Herman Heinlein expect
leads: tonight BtptliU-Florlda .Irr....*.ee..f dies kwlMv egr.d 1 .wUrllv-. H fMI.H _., aonvlllt Start will, Pcnucola be eager, Havana from Jack St. her nearby collage. Mrs Harmon Keen., to leave Monday to attend the TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS
.. mrbu MM tae' I fourteenth annual short course on
City; Monday, 7JO; band concert 4 KU UIOT to Beach and
.HI., tin tin* .( Uw Ctnull txwrt" M "Augustine Oiytona Dr. and Mr*, f. J. Graham and M... E. U Smith of Florid Parent-Teacher leadership at
and V. F
W.-Tavernler; Tuesday, Fbon. US
Tivarei, I S. E. Flnt Are W. VI. SEVEBY, Mgr.
Home-Florida City; Wednesday 54. C"'u'Nr Y- NAARNNAA. I children Joe Diana, Susan and City, whose husband wa killedrecently I Florida State. University In Talla*
double-header Aircraft Service VICMNAt ( HARKNEH. Mary Mellnda have returned to when h* fell .beneith the haste ,Mrs. Helnleln I I' sixth
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Nun K IITT. their home In Pahokee after ebrief --- -- -- -
v. Oversees. Bait and Tackle; 0.._ 2 Turner Hrottiera Win .
I .. : visit her with Mr*. Crab.am't
!, Trips to 4-H Hoys Camp parent, Mr. and Mr*. Can
per William of Modello.
Billy and Henry Turner toni 'I )

Announcing the Opening ofCharlie's I of Mr. and Mr. W. H. Turner Mr and Mr*. Robert Tonnerof
Jr.. of Silver/ Palm dr., expect to Bogaluw, Lay were weekend
leave Sunday to attend\ Camp house (ueit* -of Mr. and Mr*.
McQuarrl In Orate. National For- ,
I Arthur J. Tracy

Plumbing Shop j outstanding Mr. and Mr*. Ben Madoul of
president I,I Tampa have been visiting at the
I Clllb,-and Henry iccretary-trtai-!
home of Mr. and Mr*. Tony Cue- 7Z
205 N. Krome Ave. urer of the group. I clarda of Florida City.
The club |JI tnlereited In all
(Next to.Dodd Rdlo It Appliance) I branches of agriculture and "I Miss Dorothy Clement left It.
open to boy between the age Saturday for a two-week vacation =
rf of >JO and 29 year*. i In Virginia
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; Full" Line of I The Important Ron Mr. and Mr. Sam Klckion and
I ton, Johnny, lend Mr. J. R. Hick- $1.85
M : I A peasant had four aont. Three con and daughter\ Mill Ann a
were celebrities In Ruula a Hlckion left Ntranja on Mondayfor weeks
/ Plumbing Fixtures I writer, a cartoonltt and a press a vacation. Mr. Sam Hick-
1 photographer "You must be veryI ion and IOn will visit relative -
and Supplies I proud and happy a friend aid In Aihevllle, and the other poi
I to the old man "with three such will go on to Nathalie, Va.
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lucrcEcful eons"
"Oh, but consider the fourth" Mr. and Mr. James Accunlo
Expert Numbing& Installations the peasant replied. "He lives in and daughter, Miss Josephine, "
the United State He' unem left Monday to visit relative In '
and Repairs ployed. Lawrence and other point In 4i I
I I "0,. dear" the friend commlnerated. ManuchuMtU.Mr .
I I "how *ud, how terrl
bier-' .es n J. H, Booker has returnedto .
HWhnt do you mean!" cried the Alvatorf G*., after comingher
YOUR PATRONAGE( APPUKCIATKI: ) I pennant There'* nothing terrible for the graduation of heron

bout It Without his help I'd James from homestead High .
have starved lung agol"! -Central School. James accompanied her
I California fUaiiter. back to their home In Alvton.
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in this It is desire to give courteous FULL-WIDTH GLASS-COVERED 's'"I
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prompt and'efficient service to Dodge and 'N 7* to 15 colder than main Keep fruit. vegtUblt ., .
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,. .-...-. .:.:.... :.P Plymouth owners in this community i 1 t' I I .s \ aorU ingbeveregeegladedescrapands.etyinmohtcolL-.taring meat! etc. Deep with big capacity, 'f
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: \ 14 i*ft. "Shelf C:.,.ecUy "
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