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 23, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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 )
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: VID00718
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
lccn - sn 96027189
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th Year No, 2& HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY.[ JUNE 23,1960, Prlt. 6 I Gip

homestead 45 % Bigger Than in 1940, J''Would

: i' Like to rush Count. 5,000 '

36 Mango Varieties 75C COST FORINSPECTION "Early Enjoy IJird"Beach Swimmers Park Too VANDALS OPEN I TO Warden site Goes Road Into to 'Gator Canal .FLORIDA CITY hAS.s 105% GAIN I

Not yet officially open the new Barney Parker Everglades NatiiHial -
protected bathing pool at Home Path warden, yielded the
stead Bay front Park wee enjoyed I CANAL DAM TO Cool liny. road to an alligator AS SOUTHERNMOST MAIN LANDOTNGROWSFROM752T0155J!
Sunday by "early bird"swimmers.. Tul'ld"-Ind In aurh haste thai j
Shown by Subtropical The bath houses are not completed his truck overturned and sank in
ao bather must change the adjoining canal. Parker managed .
CAR STICKERA at home. SALT INFLUXA to extricate himself, and a 1 1TilE

Contribution of palm, rubber, Inter, to extricate the truck, bu :
royal polnclana or other aubtropkal he has not found the alligator, ,
trees are being sought for Plans for development of the
Station at 10th ForumA car Inspection ordinance will planting at the park. The trees warning against<< unauth park are being studied here by WEATHERrtftM Homealeid'i 1850 rl'l\rulrllU,* i

be considered b, the Homesteadcity will be dug and transplanted by orlred tampering with the salt Thoa. J. Allen and Edw. 8. Zlm stands now it 4.M4, according\ \

council at Its meeting July S.Aa park crew. locks In local canal was Issued mer of Richmond, Va, rope*. ........... an ese-neon. a aan.ow..M.... figure released last week.etsd'by

drafted by City Attorney Ira Friday by the county commls tivcly; regional' director and assls. June IS-. .. ..$6 (S ID93\ the U. S district cenau off Ice1|In
tant director June 16 . 88 61 11I.01 '
C, Haycock It provides that motor > don after dam In the Gould Miami. Thl. I I. gain of 41 ,
a i
display of maillot grown at Agr Teachers' Wotkshop JUICING PLANTOF June 17 .. (2 Tl 28 910,Ml ;percent
vehicle inspection be handledfor canal was found open two and over thli Hty'i 1(40 popW.Uon ).- J1'
Subtropical Experiment Station Set at Local Station June II .. 91 ee 2891 002
was the outstanding exhibit at I fee of BO cents by any FLORI-TROPIC l,. half Inches County Engine JAYCEES TO URGE June 19 8J 69 211 95 of S.154. and It la a higher ,
A. Anderson estimated thaI
the tenth annual Mango Forum Practical developments In agriculture garage duly licensed by the city 2S cubic foot of sea water flowed June 20 92 68\ SO,04 percentage of gainthan Miami's,
will be itudied by Dade After Ma automobile ha. been June II 91 TO 3001 which had a population mrreai..
hId the year In Bradenton, Displayed upstream every second throughthe STATE ISSUANCEOF
County teachera of agriculturenext inspected, the applicant will be GETS UNDER\ A Y . '
on aea grape leaves, i It week In a workshop at Subtropical opening\ caused by dlspl,. (Perrine Groups I'lan of barely 44%-'ro 1T2.17I'. 'IntiVtTsTwa
liven I safety sticker upon payment mcnt of a pin. r In 1950.Aa . _,
Consisted of half-a-dozen specl- Experiment Station In- y' ;
wens from each of 18 mango alructora will be Dr. Ceo. D. of a 25-cent fee at the. city The fruit processing plant of Members of the water contra CAR STICKERSSlate July Fourth Ilarlx-cue In the case of M'awU' hew*"* '
Varieties. Of special Interest Ruehle vice-director In clerk'i office.Fatabllshment. Florida Tropical Fruit Grower department report that despite ,
was charge July Fourth will be marked ever, Homertetd li not saws '
slug of Haden mangos exhibitedto and other members of the station of the Inspection la now In full operation at Richmond "Keep Off signs, plus have been Issuance of automobile with I community barbecue If Th city council and the Re&u.; .
show that fruit cultivated un- ataff. was proposed as a public serviceto Field, according to an announcement displaced or removed to entirely to safety Inspection ntlckera will be plant of Perrln groups District Chamber of Commerf
permit floodgates awing
der the itatlon'i spraying pro.gram Membera of the local facultiesare Homestead motorists, aa they from the Goulds open advocated by the South Dade *. Co-operating In citrate" I would like to see the 18SO figure 1
offices of the
li free from disease among the 2,000 Dade County are frequently fined by Die policeof co-operative by to arrange the barbecue art the I boosted aa near Id ,000 ai' potalbl -
More than 500 enthusiast teachers who attending the other municipality for nothaving Wm F Raven Ito president Chamber of Commerce, members
mango are Perrine Civic League. Merlin and are urging any pertoni
heard eptclaltsta discussproblems three-week. workshop In Miami Inspection stickers limes At present the plant la juicing CITY REZONESPINEHURST dm'Ided at a dinner meeting last Moore Post of the American Legion who believe they are aim uncounted -
and making limeade and
of the industry and night: lit Bob and Lou'i cafe and the newlynrganUedlenn by the rennin takers'to
viewed the hundred of mango froren lime juice. Later It willprocess AND Moire Illustrated talk*.on traffic >age baseball train. register by mall with the district
4 Game Fish Fireworksd avocados and other tropical
varieties ahowa July Fry
under direction fruit safety made by members of the i census office 901 I N. K Second

ft members the exhibit of thia committee committee Local were Will Be Sponsore Again by Ve F. \V. "Our products at the Richmond NEWPORTTRACTS\ State Highway patrol. : FIRE DESTROYS to ave.Miami. Miami 12.828.Aa or by. telephone/ call

Mr..,W. J. Jerome. and Dr Ceo plant ire being manufactured In The car In.pI'C'tlon'pro'lC't' will a D. Huehle .n: conjunction with the University he handled the -ornmlt- who wlah to '
safely mall
I .. by register by thefoaderFjiterprit
A July 4 son ball game, fI.hIr'f Barnes of Miami Raven said The Reionlng of Plnehurst and
Chairman S. J Lynch of F.LA.G. GARAGE
the tee, Speedy DeWItt and John today carrtai
and fireworks display will be Key West will play Homesteadto plant la under the direct snare Newport subdivisions was approved -
Variety committee gave a t<Pievchimbernh .
afternoon end night gamea.BaAed 1 agemant of It Arthur Lewis of Monday night, the cityaoundle
Bleat description ",( the Dixon apenaored ? agaUMllhU ape. .t.'by : .
r .' a fists, prTtously'"preipared the UnlverHrX1.'tIW..depart.Mento LMted % to InduitrUconstruction pa et .lb''IO&ra. AND WAREHOUSE\ : Ik4.elty lltM'; }
long, troI-lIavorfu) new SmIN Sthat tne itale-wlde Wntmerce
variety Arrant- Pout of the Vet- win be served at a flah.uppt'r only were the: northonehalf fn urge that t
shown at last year's forum It plan cannot be put through a you use It If you have any doubt .,
eras of Foreign War. Appointed at 1:30. 'The' product are being aoldunder ; of Blocka rive Sit andSeven
wee grown by A. B. Dixon of counly-wld system will be advocated Fire shortly after that you have been counted.,
of fireworks noon yesterday -
to the committee In chargeof A brilliant display the Florl-Troplc brand ol In Plnehurit" and the adjoining -
Coconut Grave he said, and exhibited close to eliminate present inconvenience fared a fertilizer house arid At the regular Mun\l meeting '
will the
patriotic! the Florida Tropical Fruit Grower three and one-half ecrei
I. by Perrine Nurseryman arrangements are Homer By- lo rural motoristsnow garage at the plant of Florida Monday night CoIIndlmtA. CaiT
celebration after the night ban and will be seen on grocers'shelves on the east and the eight acres
J B. Carmichael Mr. Carmichael rum, John E. Davis, John .foftelt, shortly on the ert. often penallred for not having Lime des Avocado Grower in Anderson J. T Godwin. and Wm.
game. very 'II"
exhibited also beautiful apecl- J. B Fatherree and Willard "W* Invite the public partlc In Newport at the corner of the atu ken. It necessary, the Princeton, The lost, which la Musaelwhit were 1 tnpointod to
j men of the Keltt mango which Response Is Favorable ularly the grower, to visit he Roberta rd. and N. W, Flghth M. dub: will approach the. Homestead covered by Insurance: will be be promote a count of f If,}* etrlggUr
originated in Homestead city council about letting up a tween $10,000 and $15,000 It was before the dea/ilinal.jur: Jo, .
Seaboard railroadtrip
Richmond the
! Mango maturity test were explained MRS. DICKMAN{ In Commuter Train Poll plant"SO. a parallel( to 125 feet in depth was city (Inspection service, estimated by Fred Plowaty, Jr. There has been no rumbling of
by Or Roy W. Harkneas At Ian week's meeting, the manager protest bout .Florida City, which
and Milton Cobin of Subtropical Favorable response la being FARMSTO anneal at industrial. An adjoining Jaycees voted full Indorsement to Cause of the fire la u"known.Plow.I the censua credits "'1&1I poputi
Experiment Station TAKEN BY DEATH received every day by the Red- DADE strip of similar' airs was earmarked lion of
to plans for the establishment of a said, but apontoneoua lS4f. today ai complrtiMlth
far park use aervaa as
land District Chamber of Com
_A radically Improved methodof community youth center aa outlined combustion due to the Intense 712 in mo-an Increai of ur
grafting mango trees was Funeral service were held merce In Its poll to determine MOVE OFFICES buffer residential between the The Industrialand N W. by Homestead CouncilmanE heat of tile past few days li luapected 105"%' The only other Redland ,
demonstrated by S. J. Lynch public reaction to the proposedetabliahment areaa E King.Scouts. District community listed in the
and Roy Nelson of the Unl here yesterday for Mra. Joseph of commuter train Sth at. Newport Iota were toned ceruiua release la Perrine with I i.-
verilty of Miami's experimental J. Dirk man of St Louis, the former service from Homestead to Fort ERECT BUILDING aa business or residential 1850 population of 2,854, and Jl
farm who Lauderdale A questionnaire coupon First and second' reading were Mark Cents nnial of Founder listed
showed that Mlsa Eva Entitle Sullivan of wee only because It wal in
tree can be grafted when two or I for public use was carried In South Dade Farms, Inc., will given a proposed ordinance toIlv. Incorporated municipality'wAthe '
Homestead. last week't LeaderEnterpriseand move Its offices next Thursday [ the city authority to handle
(Continued on Pap Three) Father of 'Glades Park Dan Beard census was planned Perrine
The Rev. Paul L. Manning la repeated in today'a Issue June 29, from the First National cases involving the 'ownership' surrendered Ita charter the
to'l, )
officiated In Sacred Meart Cath- The project la Indorsed by the Bank building to temporary transportation or poanesalon" of 1849\ legislature by :uninlft, aui

DOMESTIC LABOR olic Church, and Edw. U Branamof chamber In the belief that it quarter at 38S S. E. Second ave alcoholic! beverages on which theslate Wednesday, June 21, markedthe Everglades National Park. ,consent after about a year1'Ittence *,.**-
Turner Funeral Home directed would encourage Miami workersto The quarter, In a frame buildIng and federal taxes have not one hundredth anniversary of "Uncle Dan" was 60 when he ai a. city, '' ;
make their homes In the Red- on property owned by the been paid. The ordinance pro- helped organlr the Scouts and Since only Incorporated'c' m-' '
the birth Daniel Carter Beardwho
TO BE RECRUITED burial In Palm Cemetery at Na- land District Before taking poa. Firm, will be occupied until a vide's penalties, upon conviction, of wrote his "American, Boys' Handy munltlei are llatud'tn. th* ctnsul,
ranja., Hive' action to promote the service new building can be erected on of 90 days In jail and/or $2:10: helped found the Boy Scout Book" which baa been the gospel! count, no estimate of the RedUfod\ )
I Pallbearers were John Barker | directors decided to make a site adjoining the A air P storeon Ine. > of America In 1910 A centennial of woodcraft and handicraft" for District population '(Perrine,sto
FOR FARMS William Faaula Thomas E. Kirby the, survey to obtain informationon S. Krome ave Plan for the Acting council president, E. E. celebration wa. held In Cincinnati generation of bo,.. Interesting Florida City, Inclusive'couldlTtaoblAlned. )
Ansel Barrow, Cost mo Bom- the number of person who building are now In the hand of Kind, warned the touncll that birthplace of Beard who mementoes of his famous father, Florid Cftf
An effort will be mad to fill marlin and Theodore OrfanedeaMra. would use the train If It were] Stewart and Skinner, Miami the new city budget for 185041Continued :! win the father of Dan B Beard I may be' IHIDan Beard's and PrrTin show a combleWd

local farmers' labor needs here at :Dlckman I ,_34, died Tuesday :uta bU.hed.ILesfWe. architect ( on Page Four) of Homestead, superintendent of home at 1ST N. W. 18th at population of (,(42,' but t,1)' ) .
twine and in adjoining southern morning in tfamea Archer Smith Among them are the Roosevelt "count of Redland, Silver l elm.
stales before allocating worker Hospital after having been 111 medal awarded for the master Modello Could, PrInrWen and
from tie) Bahama Islands, growerf since January. Hospitalized for Forget. _ut'' exceptional service to :South Altapattah Garden are 111
were told at a conference three week. In St. Louis, the was By Annie Mayheio Fitzpatrickamusement mankind and a table used by; I merged Into the "county", r.f Uh-
Wedneaday night with representative brought here,.two week ago to e e Mr. Beard In his library A year1 incorporated I area fatal which..----.. !--,
.of the U. I. and the FlorIda he home of her mother, Mra. D. before hla death In 1941, Mr.! 106.044.
employment; aervlcea. If needed R. Sullivan of 55 S. E.: First It Every summa I looked for longer there. of children. The little before the\ 'cit could '... heardMr Beard was honored by 90,000 Boy; Port office statistics Indicate'
here some 650 worker from Last week, she was admitted to ward to what the aurpruw new She lit in itunned silence a glrl'e great delight was to *. Brewer hastened to the Scouts on his ninetieth birthdayat Rcdland District population well
the islands are expected to be the hospital here few more second and then went spend I few days with Aunty on door to direct Dr. Jackson to a the World'i Fair In New York over 15,000, Postmaster A. V.
available for summer work and A native, of Homestead, Mr. night be Once It wa I the buildIng down the lisle with great dignity her homestead, and her biggest dressing. room made ready in Phillips of HomntMd. disclosed
pproxlmfttely 2,500 for the win- Dickman war graduated from of the little church; that stood and at the door peered out thrill was to alt on the roof of Guild Hall but before fie several months IRQ.<<
,{Continued on Fag Four) Homestead High School in 1933, at the corner of Redland road Into the darkness. the cabin with an old pair of reached the door came a voice, ART M'KEE HOME Phenomenal population increases -
and majored In music at Florida and what la now Bauer drive. 1 Seeing no one ah* called. "Otto, open glasses Aunty had. "Her1' the cake and the cream" are ahown fur munlclpaU
State College for Women and I believe John Bauer donated the Otto, where are you?" Of course, she eventually grew but I could not remember what ill** which constitute Miami'
RABIES CLINIC John B. Stetson University. She There was no answer ao she' up and her was the first church else I was to bring" AFTER NEW\ YORK{ auburbi- .pecjally for those ;
aught music in Homestead and land.You stepped I Into the outer darkness wedding of the homesteading There was a dunned silence communities In which war 'Ihdua
HERESATURDAY later In St Louis after her marriage probably never would I and presently came back mill- country, The ladles fell to, to for a few seconds, and then T-V RADIO CASTSArt I try or service famllle concentrated -
in 1839 to Mr. Dickman. think funny thing could happenIn : tantly leading him up to the make it the greatest event In someone remembered. preacher during and after the war.

In addition to her husband, she I church, and the two tale I altar history; .to date down: ,near Camp Jack andset Communities like Hlaleah, Opa- a
The annual anti-rabiea clinics leaves i son, John Joseph; two can tell are not told In a spirit The other candidate was tiptoeing Mr. Bow, Mr. Boot and Mrs.. on in lIIe-rar to cring mm. McKee relumed Locks, and Miami Spring tnuin-! )
Will be conducted here Saturdayby daughter, Mary Margaret (Peggy along behind him. Brewer worked up I program of The program wee about to Fridaynight roomed with population gaini J
Dr. John W, OeMllly of .the ) and Eva: Elisabeth (Betty); of sacrilege but because they I She stood guard ""tilth. cere nuptial music, and the membersof start again when suddenly Florence from New York City wherehe ranging from 400xto 94S"*. Beloware
Dada County health department. tier mother Mra. D. R. Sullivan, show the life of the community many was completed, then the guild decorated the Kneel arose, She had had Iblnjiop told the itoryiof his recoveryof listed a few of the moat
He auks that all doga be on leash. three brother, David Ruther, at that time. turned to the audience, at! large church and Guild Halt Since among her forebear and sunken treasure by radio and. significant Dade County population j
tnoculaUana' will be given at Donald E. and Jack Sullivan; and and said '"What he promise behave there was sin bakery the cake suddenly remembered no preacher television on "We the People" counts .
Homestead city park at 1 p. two kistera' Misses Mildred and First came the dedication of to 'do." yen ordered from Miami along of another faith could standat Negotiation are under way for 1)49 liSt GatII s.
m. and at the A. t Lewis School Julia Sullivan. the little church. Bishop Gray That la the keynote of our with I giant frees of Ice creamEd the altar of an Episcopal McKee to da a similar program Dade Cd. HT.TSt 489.8S8 U%
.the negro section at I p. m. For the time being, the children of Tampa war Invited to performthe great affection for that wonderful Brooker. had a ort of jitney church. over Miami radio! and television I Miami ITI171 14TI62 .4%
The 1949 IneculaUon tags are will remain here at ,the ceremony, and since itseemed person, lire. Froriep. She service to was commissioned to It took but a few aecond for faclllUe Miami B. 18012 41541 P."!.
bow invalid Dr. OeMilly II'". home of their grandmother. Improbable that we would WM absolutely a woman of her bring down the cake and cream the ladle of the Guild to take While away McKee spoke to' Coral Cab. 1204 HIM 11?!' \
often have a bishop In our word-reliable In every possible& and to atop by Coconut Grove ; that In. AJ of one accord they: club god wit acclaimed ai "a Hlalaah usa 19,"41 4 .; "
midst, the ladle' decided to have way and the'most loyal neighbor and bring pro C. P.Jackson down fell upon the decorations, and local boy who make good" over Opa-loeka 487 It3l 941%
Registration Set July 3 for Summer every poibta rite ef the church and friend anyone ever could to perform the wedding; ceremony 10 no time it ill transferredthem Radio Station WSNJ of Bridge- Miami Spr lei 6,011 470* .
'I obaerved 'WhIle'there' wa a have had. over to Guild Hall, and in ton N, J. his former home Florida City T52 1,844 105% .
I Play Activities at District Schools chance. The people began to gather Improvised altar was eat up. McKee hM virtually recovered The eeuaty also la ecnptnf the a t'
First after the sermon anddedication The second Incident also before darkness set In. The musklaua Then; the program was returned from a brutal beating and atab- barrel in M effort to boost DM
proper earn the\ baptism stemmed from n sacred rite of began the program, and presently the preacher wee bins administered by New York 4S943S count to ever the JtalN
Registration for the aummerrecreational session ilmutUneoualy.( An camp of children, -and people aat the church. There was a little pacing the number rather father brought In and the ceremony wa thug ta robbery, _attempt. million mark u advantage from
program at Home activities will be open to theyouag.teea entranced over that. freckle-faced. red head who used apart,that customary to fill performed. It wag followed by the standpoint tf obtaining state
Mud and Redland acboota win enrolled for the recreation Then Bishop Gray aaid for the to ride Into Homestead on a In the .Ume. the usual let cream party and Fall From Automobile and federal grtata,
program. candidate for confirmation to mule She came along the tracks Ed Breokef did not appear nor dance Injures Daria Child In agricultunj landa, Dade ha* \
b Jteld from I o'clock until noon '
The Homestead currtcuJum will com forward He waived the from Jhe I orrh, dismounted at war thf kntmd of his car coming That II I the story of Joe King IflOO small few averaging
Monday, July 2, at both school Include music tinder the direction regular training class and knew the W% ceUecUd the\ aniil. from t'Hiatane"' when the pro- We knew her end loved her, find Alfred Davis, Jr. four yeu.old about U acres, md ,1M larn .
The aix-week program will begin of Mia Ruth Rutland;aporta, there were two adult to be con towed It In a dean flour lack gram was finMted. she never forgot Aunty. Every KM of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Davis farm averaging\ IM hale w i.
en Wednesday. July 5. Coach Paul L. Wesley; Indoor firmed. Mr*. Froriep," who via along with the needed grocerle, After } discreet pause they trip back.Jure ahe found timeto of Nartnja., raftered I fractured tore, cenau flfiire* reveal. Meet i I
Matt J. Theme will direct the apart, art and handicraft Mr large and dignified aat Quietly mounted and rode off. gave (It 1 aecond round with Mrs run out for% little visit and skull Tuesday In a fall from the ef the farming lands. ve .ta MMRedland
Hedland program which will work Oeo. D. Ruehle; manual training, and proudly a second or two and Aunty made friends 'with 11. Bow pumping madly at the little they bad I wonderful time talking famOy automobile. .Alfred 1* District with look in
ta'co-ordination with th* DadaCounty Kermit R. Wenkstem; and Ito then glanced down over her There wa no school yet la town cottage Off.. over old day and the visits patient In.Jam** Archar Smith' avocado,citrus and" mange frovM.' .
aummer camp to be la bitty Principal X. B. Blackburn. ihoulder. Mr. Irorlep was no and absolutely nothing for the A third round war Sa progress In .the little cabin. HcwplUl. j In )940. 1,4J tuna .were. UtMC


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CITY TO STRESSADVANTAGES I Evwtlnp Sriim c1e I II ...ff1 -T -/C TJ..". ". . 1M Table Helsel .' I I 2LBATEREKTERPRrflKFVMayJmie IRtfy; ,
I Has Record EnrollmentA
It fool Can lit Lighted ; I
FOR Evening swimming dIuNI for record enrollment of III la 1
adults will be offered at Hemettaad I' reported for the dally vacation
swimming pool If the pool : Bible. School of Oouldi BapUetChun Open 24 Hours A ,Day*
MERGED SCHOOL oen be adequately lighted, enounce *-. The ctotstp deadline is June $p.I> If yw have Ml been ewnrtMlliere which will haW comit !

MaMgvr Art McKee see. or anywhere. plewe fill out tM form below and BWil ..... ekerrlaei at 7;M fate ,

Th advantage of Homeatead credited Red Croat Ineteutiter. I, it Immediately to the U. S. Census District Office At the adtkew oveujI.. The.Bible. school eorettiheHi LUNCHES PACKED
weeded three the
by enrollment
fit Mr. and Mra McKee will start For Fishermen
cityr. wlU t* pointed shown. of the Sunday school, Early-rising
out to Did County,achool truetMi their annual beglnncn' course aaf the. lev. John Stewart paiMr Good Sirloin Steaks .
Monday with dally claaaej at Chops, Shrimp
who hive the /
reiponilMlltyof 'I who ii principal of the
address I JUG
and at 10 o'clock Youngsters I My on April wall:
S eeleeMni I ait* for hi pro. edloo4 Golden Fried Chicken
asked to register today, Saturday
pond $400,000 Hom.etead-!Red- Member of the church madeup
land oauoUditcd armor high and Sunday ao that liulrurtkm House Number end Street Apt. No_ the faculty I of M which taught I

school the city council! decided can.lit begun promptly on Monday (Or description of location) the two-wwk school Highlightof GLADES RESTAURANT
Monday night Mayor 8. E. LlvIniiton the projrim was e parade
war authorized to writ ( . heeded by the Oeral Gables
the truitem offering city top Qty town village. 'J... I _' Btat... ... .
3 CAR CRASHATKROMEAND8 ] Senior High School band directed
entl .. I HI .. DOME A"&. IIOMESTEAD
n. by Paul Cremaachl.
The tentative. plan advancedby "_lilt 0' Rare 1're.N" ONO5OYNBAL h'I '.,\ r i. 'i I II Ir i
school officials provides that l( ; l'I.A"Nu1ONHOL'n or II'I1c'WA UN AFIIII..I.IN'UU'll has. "a[:" ,:1t TO{ OIOAD" 'aI, i ACI AT
UM nw plant be located on a100acre MO0paek NOIA,, Y rxhlpe; LAM: '
ate between Porn All NKAU, 'Ifl, oa 011 pistil.MN . I /
prewntHomtiteid MINOR . /; ;

Although the and new Redlund school idtooli.will ,II.N. ae...I (n... ..._, hlshlhshlnu .. : \ .A Wd': % IA: r ), ..

not much neceuarlly of the tract' be li agricultural expected to Krome A threa-car iv*. and Eighth colllilon! it at it 7:30':N.' ................................................................... .................................... .......... ........... ........... I \" +1' Jil11h", at your". t \.

be used for ..lIovllarm purpose{. Wednesday night resulted In .. .... .... ... ,.. . . \ 1j
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The land dated prcttnt Mull for UM Homestead chnol M /junior plunU and. Red high are thrown minor 1(1 N.Injuries from W. 1 13th the to Jeep R at., D driven Inn inns war by of .: :: : : : :::: .e ? ., .,,,... : :: :r 1\, \ J"lIl11l11t" DEALERS .

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achonli In addition to the towolldited owned Philip by Paul Capt.Caitonguay A B. Hlckey and of A... .. :..: .:... ,.. .. :.... : ... w",. ,..Ni.dl.r ... 1n. j : : :: REDDYKILOWAn'SnewBoolMof (

plant voted May the 111,500,000 2, provide bond 5,323,1177.Law the According 13th it to addrew.Homestead. Police .. ..... . ., .. '. .. ..., ...,.. i.1.,....... uis.. ,..,. ot -n... ........ .....o l .

for\ new negro ichocli it Horn** Chief Wm. K Frantley, the ircl- CUT OUT Tilts rope. AND MAIL nil : l Helpful Hints .

ttead Gould and Pcrrint. : dent occurred ai Cantonguay, t:
I, -'- driving south on Krome, attempted District Supervisor, Bureau of the; Census, . J Q -
I to make a left turn on II' ;
Methodist\ (Hour on Air N. E. Eighth rt The Cmlnnfiuay I' 0. Box 4821, Miami, Fla. I '
Sunday on Station WIOI 6ep| collided. with a northbound II F0 '
car driven by Aubrey Eugene 0R.I
On Sunday, June :2!, I atonal iFuiwell I of 11 S. K Second ave. IIROWNM IN SOCK HTO \ / (.
evangelistic: brondcart by a l x-j I Impact of the cnlllilcm pun the W. Smith II-yesr-old h'aro'' Youth (:croup Attending :400+ CHILDREN 'f" GYPSY I 1
man' will usher In the 1910 jeep Into i aoutlilKiund cur driven from Zebulon, aa. was drowned Presbyterian Conclave. I
summer aerlei of the Mvthodlil by Mm Ann Lotus nf Florida Shortly after noon Tuesday whllo i 'What to expect in the new $ $::.when
Four youth icp'retentatlvel CREAM ?
olllometteud ATTEND
Hour radio broadcauli, j City Iwlmmlng with I companion In CHURCH \
bJ' Marry penman, of Naih-I I the Drnncor rockplt Presbyterian. Churchattending I I 'to put them, how to arrange rooms f6f

tub\ exnniUve itrrrtiry of the'' Library Presented Hook In\'esligalion wu mid by the the one-week 'high BIBLE 'SCHOOLSMore Soolhl"l-.lcI1.. best viewing, properroom
\ board of evangelism: and prominent Homestead school il h:1 I hnllg' of aar
In Mr, Collinn'' MemoryIn police and Deputy conference of St. John', I
Uymmi In the attain of Sheriff; Thorn Ford. Volunteer Presbytery. now under waIt t \ ecpesed pin lighting and other'useful '
the church will speak over the memory nf Mrs, Eva tici(| divers were unable to r-: than four hundred young-
1I5. I.lh"l netwuik of Uie South-1 Of Mixlcllo, who died "CoIII"1 lover the body "which' wai brought Sorrento Hotel In Mount Plymouth , I lien are, reElitered at the two-! DIXIE DRUG _: information.. ,
I crn' KollRinui JtJrtlo Conference. 14, Dr. and Mri. ,J: out of 20 feet ot water by moms art Diane Loilnibury,,. I| week dally. vacation Bible schools
I'i t Th* fifth annual broadcast of I O/Ini of Coral fluble of i drug hook Used! by Pete Jane Owen and Dill nice, "1'.,, begun Monday at First Bnptl t YOUR gB3H PHARMACIST
the Mrthodlxt Hour I II titled "The I a $10 check to Lily Lawrence I'crklni. who will serve ai bugler: Church of Homestead. First Meth-
lifts of Dm Church", and will How Llbiarv, for the purchaw of and life guard camp j Milt Church of Homestead, Silver rhone 30 w. Deliver FLORIDA POWER & t'G' : T COMPANY' "
present fourteen inrnkrra from I I book A constant put ron of the Palm Methoditt Church and i ,
L I Ua\'ld) ! Lahn Named Head The Rev. Frank L. Elvery I lieodliector .
VRI'Iltut pnita of the South. library, Mri Colllni held Card Homestead Presbyterian Church. ---.:: ....
1 Mimic, for this special *v ngilidle > Number Three from the tint thrIlbra..y (Of Church Billie) Sdiool of the conference,,: A record-breaking enrollment ,
but ;
I will return her lorI
message/ of Dr cnmlln'. wa established l i me 20 ,
et 208 was reported Wednesday\
li iiv! the famous Methodist Hour years ago: David l Ijilin will be lupeilntemlrnt the regular aervlcei. it First Baptist Church. The C .
rh'ilr ender lh. direction of I Or. and Mr, Ozlal pave al of the annual daily va. returning home Wednesday, count"climbed steadily from 130 I .r
", John Huffman, and It will few Imiliir memorial to the lute' enllnn lllble -whnol of .Florida I from the Pioneer conference v.ere, on. Friday, preparation day, to l\l't1GlY'
tM the old fmhlnnod and familiar Thoi Strewn ot Qimkertiiwn, City Community Church which li Donna Dean Oakhelor, Terry the peak Wednesday A \ .
r I gotpet King, George I'd?, liiiKbmtcl, nf Mrs. ColliiK1 scheduled to begin July 31, Bird, Chailenp Slmpnon, 'Kathleen icclal| manage on, "There li I Lad \
, Himrlck li again at the organ doter\ rrpoit Mrs Fred 8ul>er. Plans for the! clHMil, which Clark and Edward Morrliiey. Her*", will be brought by the I fR\ttDl.\
for thus icrlci. I(jlixal llhrarlnn, "who li "writing will lint one week, were midc Willed lalt year to the rrellb,. Rev. John II. Whltt. pastor, to lOW .
The/ Methodist llnur mar\ ho Hi. llbnrlnn to see Monday at .N meeting of the tartan Church, Sorrento hotel hit pupils and their par lta on Sun. .
h.ClI..r\ rndlo damn WIOI If the book can be rtUl'lIrllt'lllorIho official 1 church board at the home a landing strip ".hol. golf f diy morning
.. I *:SO a. ni. I Cnllln mcinoilal. nf Mr. and Mrs. LAitld Roberta court and other attractions eApproximately I .
8T children are
enrolled': at Sliver: Palm, 73 at!
Homestead Presbyterian and SB I
at First Methodist
Mri R. E. Wlttenwyler of I
Gouldi heidi the staff of 16offlmi 'RIGIDAlREh
You haul loads
can more . and teirhen at Silver
j. Palm school for which tl'an' pul'.
'I tattoo li fuirlihed by bui. ,

'more miles. for Jess l + Denton Department Riven.beads Mini II'Mrt.MarilynDethea : I \'' -I... 3D'electrjc '
,.., . t : :"4 t / ; ; .' kindergarten; Mri. Em.nett '} rallge+ with' .

Varbrough, Mn. AI Camp '
bell M..... W. A. Whitlock and
r with Chevrolet Trucks >: Mini' Jo Anne Bryant primary;
; Mri. R. A, Holmes, Mrs Raymond
Ureer,' junior girls; Mn DbnaldTilbctt THRIFTY
\ /, \ s Miu Patricia Talbott GIANT ;
. boys Mn. J. A. Rother-
1 .J', junior ;
r!ID ir ham, Mid Barbira Cooper Intermedlitei .
L ; Mn. Edith Kirk,[ It
s ierrelary{ ind'Mri. C O. C.ldl'r'1 FUUWIDIHLo I IIAOVEN1
eA +.. er s , f wood, but driver, .
-= ':::::::: ':-- 4 Mb Iris Frailer of Lakeland li'',
director\ of the Flnt Methodist ,
Ij, school and Mrs E. A. Roberta. of

it ...... ... -a:;", / S. stead Homestead Presbyterian supervises khool the, Home! L

Bible School Siilid | .

For Negro YoungstersA
A vacation Bibl school
for youngnteri of South Dade I
Camp for negro agricultural '
e ,tr -
workers will be opened Mondayby
Louts B Poole religious and
recreational director of the Red-
land and the South Dade camps
I tToke This li the tint luch school to'''
I II be held for the negro children,
Myl Mr Pool,, ai heretofore the
I camp minion worker hid always
S been transferred at the chIli of :"
Time out Io lolk Io gems Chvrol( truck users You'll find It rtvrallng. You'll the season Mr Poole liai been '

A discover thai Chevrolet, trucks pay their way by hauling moro loadi-mor mll.'Of *.- put on e.',ear.round basis io en- Down f'
N PaymentMod '
able Mm to have the winter i
'r." Itiil And you'll find that this extra mtaiuro of value li even mort apparent the ",rhedul" In reidlneu at the :

now Chevrolet, models Definitely, Ihty'rt Amorlca'i flrir-cholco trucks Havy-duty o|>enlng of the season, Nov 1. i *! KM-33 with CM*.. r
I I Matter. Oven Clock Con j,1,
units feature brand-now 105-h.p. Valv-ln-Hod, onglno with tho Io I '
-'t a : power pull trol, lamp, and.UUntll". i
heavy loads and conquer Hp, firad.. They offer new Powr-Jt carburtllon for Jack's Drawer .' -

smoother, quicker operation They bring you the fail, safe shifting of Chevrolet's

4-ipeed Synchro-Meih transmission But whatever your Wrecker Service New Thrifty II

hauling requirement. Chevrolet trucks are.your bed lit 411 8, Krvrn Ave .aawi Giant OvonbiggMl '

Set them In our' showroom. You'll agr... bA (n I Ie ey kewe*
CHEVROLET Phone 789 hold rangdCeokiMffefood : ,
I wMi BO at .airMtebi -
I .i ,..,.,, :;..... MMdw .
i.., I ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS 'Nllhl' and Sunday rfi co1l1tt1.l .."1y new end IfiFrlfltdokl'i s w ..d.eroy, .,...,c.I.a .11 compact; *Theltty.30' Efectrk weri 1fMK. ,. berg.

I r *oro'>-*.l a Mmatlonai price.; z; Ova N- _...,...: (
BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY i A big' range everything' \ that tountt- Ibih*. VMKf :
Jrlwh.e>j'hycenrtnMbn *
ales oven spae.asriking beauty quol-
.\\ft ailed 'for imaller kilo Ieret"SM'.
107 N. Krome Arc w .-....
Homestead Phone Bit. I I
char, hoi plenty of capacity for large .....
fomllii.SMll-lodayl I ,

': J"f'CRr'kIRlOMD"::, e CWCKUCS > --From t Your Purina Dealer ;X-X,:J! a New Radlenhibe J.Sptt4 Caking Nw High-Sped, _{I..hlgh k...Ier I I

Until. feiiler than ever I New Ityllng by aymnd Uewyiwlhki

CAN YOU SEE TH6 FUTUU Of WHAT IIAS PURINA.II YOURfVTURI cow ''N FercvlaU 'Inside od has a N.w .-MdI : .
I eo yae.ea.d f
, t I New 10-i lch dal! rabln
IStIT IN pE0 STARTENA BE A COCO, IIKER See deli q oU y la your 4 monthi I,

r '"' 1 calf . .' ,Ma frame, deep body, trim I.. Com tnl Ask About All rite New MgUaln laag.., ;
e e' vdder, Tnali tie kind Call Startena .
; e' Ar d S s, .+ .' l.lpyon build. 100 pound reptacei ".
.1 i / \ d d a rb '. i 40 aeulont of milk you can telL Gl '

I l ll ', e t a' e u COlt Stcuttaca lodoy"r. ELECTRIC .
GrMe & s."ly
, Co.l.
std It t.W. tad m Jliaiti4ia4IlMM .
Perrine 1
Fla. oli
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biL .B. BALLARD 36MANGO7' CSMe Jnn MS I.MwWiiI.of lie. .I Uaiverettjr, n last)ef........".-GRAVES-SEA1S""-3innwrftui" A n ii JdT" TFOUOOrSOElD LBA.BBBBNTBRPRB&& rwMttJ: JeWJI,'Diet.... r

Decree by Columbia U 1
(CoatimMd fraai Pat One

.t : TELLS ROTES OF three weeks old, to effect the I amiLeHh D. Kent of Kendall, devalaajsr NEW\ OFFICERSOF AIM BanMtt can ef Mr. ad COUNTY CAMP AT
saving" of a year's time .la Mw ef tee Root erne wee Mrs."trvlu Bamett ef N W. Met
rowing .. O B. TUajadhs, ..... ...
alerted .t. and Le.IIIU at. Ante S fcmO0lMHkbta
;,, t NATIONAL GUARD ndture'd mwkettog' eeoaesnM of the 1Iri.I ef Omea Detoey of Beach l Bredesiton and were Col LIONS CLUBNew wee gredwated tw\ItNItJ. REDLAND SCHOOLeven What Happens? i initrean

.i I the greet ham done the Industry I.... ........ Of .Ma. grevp of .... Mr Barreceived -
Cat Robert Ballard ef Homestead i MlaioitaKent officers of the Itodland eau. wee among 1M olabl who ( hundred fi
' by the ampplag ot Immature wet* ef Coconut fifty youn s who commands tte Wbest baron. . raw died gin NneghJ
all units of
fruitThe Grow, secretory, and teatsDonald District Lions Club were teatolled bane realeMred to cerrplelelybook .
the Florida National Guard south: Later to the stammer be plane aesttfens'a wiaJJihM, er aar eael .
problem of when maogoe ef Coed Cables, treasurer Tuesday even Ism by John R. the three two-week summer
ft an Imaginary line drawn beIw.en" -: are lust ripe enough to ship may Coasts was re-elected to the e.- drove of Homestead, deputyonatriA to beftn work toward a was- a 'esesi gall, fieUag. pad ether'
, tars degree romp to be heM July IAug. -
Tampa, on the Gulf of be solved by chemical" teats, the ecutive ootnmlHee.OeMn averts arcMeaUflrs \
. Meiteo.! and ft ,fierce, on the' governor.Inducted II at Redland School report -
growers were told by the Subtropical was made chairman and M. H Oallalin.preeMent .
Atlantic, told of the present guard Experiment Station Nlson Smiley of Biscsyne dr Paul were Loener: first vice- Camp Director Dick Ed ( .... Personal UaMUtyruwraaoe '
> set-up In a talk to his fellow 7 LOCAL BOYS wards.
| speclaUrts Station tests, they was made a member of a new president: Clarence Gray seoondvtcepresMenl ) to Cheap-Only WHper
, members of the Homestead Roll I said art being made to determine educational committee which has The elementary and the hIP :
I Cary Club ; Chas. Cox third year. (I years Stl./1))
I Wednesday noon. I fruit maturity by measuring the the long range program ot facilitating vke-preaident; A. E. White secretary AT CONVENTION school buildings ere being eonverted .
; o' : to!. Ballard spoke words content of .
01'i the Juke.At general education In sill
I ; Thos. E. Kitty, treasurer; Into separate dormitories Cevers up U ill.tH B.llly la-
high' commendation for Company: the evening _Ion, Colin of the
I 0, the small but efficient : phases Industry Art Cude, lion tamer; R R. Kin- IN tor boys and (Iris. Trained died. Jury Attorney Fees, Oeurt) Gels,
heavy gave an Illustrated lecture on Others attending from this district GAINESVILLESeven
ard, tall twister and Dr.
!lens will\ plan the menus for the
weapons company at Homestead' subtropical fruits.Served \ were Mrs Nlson Smiley ryrdson. eU. '
Archer and Dr. Robert A. Con-
, ". I modem cafeteria, and a
' Air fleas which Is made up of throughout the day was I Karl and R H FiUpatrlck directors.In programot
. t Redland District men. He said mango punch made from frozen' of Homestead Nr and Mrs. W. over local boys are expectedto handicraft, sports and recreation -
I Inspectors found It the best adtylnlitered .: mango puree prepared by Miu W Carmichael and Mrs. J. B. a brief talk Retiring President I- be among the 500 members ol. It being planned around the.
h James M. Shaw thanked his auditorium lymnlslum and athl John B Hale Agency
In his
company red the Florida Auoclation of Future .
them officers and committee chairmenfor leUeI l field Water sports, hiking,
He much
gave of the credit Farmer .
of America who wlU begin
their nature and oilier activities
\t for this .efficiency record to Lt co-operation. their annual five-day convention are scheduled study 1111 N. federal lllikwsrrheae 1
Adolph, Lopes, company commander on Monday at University' of 111 lloneetea
.and Set Finley, full A camp doctor and two tamp
Florida In Gainesville. ..
edt Dr.
Carmichael of Perrine
tlpre'non-commiuhned quarter Overseas nurM will be members\ of the
master.s Transp. F Gray Butcher and Seymour Official delegates are Tom staff of entitled teachers. and the
" k.The Homestead Ooldwcber of the South Campusof Feeney and Bert Shepard of the ramp will adhere to all the reguationa >
company has the University of Miami Also homestead chapter and George by stale and
*i t' only SO men where It should present was Dr. 1<. S, Wolfe headof i Cooper and Billy Snowden of the county board of health
\> s complement of aic J
75, Col. the horticultural departmentof RectI And chapter
said. "It makes up In University of Florida and for I Others expected to attend are
and efficiency what mer head of the local' experiment Ceo. Sprinkle, a sixth vlce-presl- a tour of Europe Bob Drawdy, 1 I \
I".e,, ,;In numbers. but It could Daily Freight Service station I dent who li just returning from Kenneth Grave and Steve Tor- I I ,
be-Vbreught! cisa
\ up to full 'I
;i /tb :Jyou,! business men of Representatives. \ of 131 chap i !U VARNISH) Remover i
\ H'ould encourage your I en In 57 counties will compete l .
( I.a;,and any other men In varlout content for cash prim w fI
i. you ikfebwfeetween the ages of III totaling 11.200. nine eo I AML- '
!sWl'404o Join" See Us Also for Hi*October\ national con- t v
')'JCoI'Bailerd, whose 'hesdciusr> HOMESTEADMIAMI 1 mention In Kansas City, Mo., and HO""flno"mob1" MInuN.. '
,art aid hi the'armory at Miami Lawn live acholurthlpi to University of t a "Works I" LaM ghost a Sa

hate 20, unpanlr. In his regiment Florida New offlceri will be 10'1" U.a Acids of tie I
I in Worlll W.r'n he was a colonel elected and a Mate FFA sweetheart -, Ctn"lfI' n. H armful' & }
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fa eosin ji of the 601st pars.ehute.rtgimenl > KEY WEST SprinklersPlastic content will be held for the a Nt Seep Wo.1. N end Welet
'io71clr war purl first time Con Wonh Srvnhn with : ape ., t.", InS '
or tha; famous. dl- 'h"'o"" ot Deed 1 coetl.Ifres pl..r, W5 ads
Vlskm, After the war ho bought Sh.\I\ C .f ilri.d
role sm.tol
a'1 lime snd avocado grove and llaxtrr's DcRrec Sought end don not win the or metal.IINKremeAre .
gsebn. : !'Silver ,Palm dr, where And Other. - \fly Brown at Alabama effect the .ufec..1 plettaf
V and Mrs.. Ballard and their weed, ar
two Children reside Dllly Drown ot Homestead 1'1 M&
,':A aerveotncer: of the U 8 Points on Florida Keys .::::--. t'it Garden HoseGalvanized working toward a mu Ur'i degreeat '
Army.-with Inactive stalut. Col, University of Alabama from I !. \\\ )n.lIo1mB CAM Inc. Tel 117,
Billard.wee irked by the Florida USE OUR ABC BUDGET which he war graduated this I
djntan4\ t general to reorganize month Billy li a ion of Mr and I
0ieoM illth Infantry regiment I PAYMENT PLAN Mr*. II. L. Brown of 38 N. W
of ,the Florida National. Guard, Sixth it
, whICh he did. He recently became Phone 365-W teollflfulroofl'Co'orMoo'' I I +

a':Wmlxf,of the Homestead Ro- Weatherproof, Are retlttlng, pu' POD Is On Dean's List
to Club.// for Pkk I -up ServicePhone I wind proof,long weoringond .y
;/ :., economical. If Ihol Is the roof I Pipe At Athens! University I

Uus'b'to :He Graduated .you need, call ui. Sattifocllon Eugene Loll, IOn of Mr, and N' 'ci'MhtA
guoranteed. Urs Win. V. Lull of Homestead,
tlty College of Pharmacy
I I. sins of .It students at Athens "'
N +
Eeiy monthly !
'BUI/' EdWda Bush of New. | 1 College In Athena, Ala, who: 1 11UZtt' COMQUNDi''Nitrogen }
nan'' ,da, grandson Mn. Her 3-3615 ooyments. achieved an A grade In all aub I
bert, Evanotf of Homestead will Miami Terminal: 236 S. W North River Dr. Lawn MowersBrooker \ Jens' for the spring quarter 1 ii
be graduated' this evening from fourteen of those on the deans redi zy1.
the State College,of Pharmacy In I list, Including Loft art veterans
Atlanta. A native of Homestead .' y .I$ ti
_, Mr'Bush!\ )Is. rain of Mrs Rudolph l GIRLHOOD DAYS IN MEXIC'OIIESc"IU8t..D I'
Abl ofl Nswnan
.. )lr',Bush attended Homestead Lumber Co. FUR CLUB
r schools and. the -Citadel In DOLL NURSERIES Mn Jcaaamln Cox ot Miami,
> Charleston t and ,was graduated I house guest this week of Mrs. W '
from Newman High School At 17.1 u: s. | at Najanja-East ot Wishing Well : Phones 62 and 813 J. Krome, recounted for the total I . SPRBAl; r!, lio ground for top.
Ile' nl.te4iliy| avywV< :..e .-p" '. A tl Phone S1 X.) h. a s IIt o 'f I Soroptlmlsts ef their luncheon 'drfsM11K-your tfroptl;' Quickly available '
served Ihws than to years In Tuesday incident of her girlhood
the South, .Pacific. I I .. life In Mexico Mrs.. Coi I I1- to the plants, yet resists leaching :
I ., ------ -- lived In Florida City In the day: by heavy lalns. Concentrated(()
when Its name was Detroit, and
later aha lived on the Florid I d"l 11)8.) nitrogen in a tons oaves work ?

t Keys. and time in handling. t;,'
t / Miss Doris Bird of Rye, N. Y.
It's Come-on was a guest ot the club

got more .

SPRAY IT on the leaves for fertlliz.injj j
Brooks Inc.
avocados and citrus. Saves labor.

Y. Just apply' it in regular sprays of

: Pest control cbcmicalst Safe on ,

leaves, when used us diiectcd. Wocoi " _
} r .. Oldes* Completely '1
, L'parade 'roclo or clog spray equipment

Equ'l.pp d Grove.Carclakera '

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\ I Florida East Coast

Chrysler first introduced high-compression power! Chrysler still leads thus p.. a BOX 11OMnflTEAD \ I I

In all that Hph-compresuon power can do for youl Come let FLA. Fertilizer Co.

Chrysler's Spitfire High.Compression Engine show you the difference! hone 71-B

: In traffic it's flexible and speedy! With plenty of power for the toughest Manufacturers ef

II'I more t GO:; !I hill! With a combination of advantages no other engine can offer . "UCDLANU HKAN1) FEUTILIZERS"

r '. 5 gO. from automatic geor-shifttng that gives you lull'/ control''. lo water

.. proof Ignition that t prevents stalling In rain or high water! But . Henson, Electric' Services Phone U IIENRV rniDGCN, Mgr. UemeeteadFle.
:. Chrysler power Is only one of the buiff-'fa vo/uei/ all Radial & Refrigerators

,the way through the carl Come tee b.auty that
... v' a has no equal for"come-on'1! Drivel rrlneelen, Th. 411

Relax! And we're ,. .
\ Comparel lure you'llbuy -- ---- -

Chrysler from now cot! -

p- - w -r-- The Miami-Battle CreekFounded :

by John Harvey Kellogg, M.D.\ '',

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peelalldiif. .la chronledliessee

sarh .-HlfhBo

.l rrenere, Heart
I. and Kldnejr 01......, i
IW sew rom 44001 OMH I g I Obnltr. Arlbrllli sa4Rheamallam 1

i CnufUltoa.Aaemla. s
.r a a .
, 1 $.. ft-'drive) It. . th.r.', uUttn value all the way through I . Nereva Cshaw. a

flan Dlgssllve DUtsubSnces w
...... .. dtyW.wl5; and Dlabelea.
ef Chrysler's w---'. -mv* 'm' fc rah er Mfk .ar.dblh+
Advantages tar SWMMS fbrttaf r'mm-, Ml l il.l .ll nlbMSM.LAWRENCE .
The BeautifulCHRYSLER$ High Compression =::: .. .11..: .:
t Spitfire InglnelAdvemtaoei n...MM let sib. 4...eIMAAe'eea'awlhod deed

The facilities of a well)) established medical institution are offered for
n'w ier 0.. Wbsy-aM M a.ed. fA yetwl. e.ew rwwarias so
of Chrysler'sfluid s eovv = d doe M awl- p.. b..,Ss s thorough physical examination, treatments, diets, exercises and sun bath-
DriveChrysler's =, e..e-t arM M.arp1.W dews dries M re.N enMLwd.d
. ing. Known as the Battle Creek System, Alit under the supervision, of

D..b.-M....let peer Mel. ,..... dwrdwa. leer Se new s.d well qualified, physicians, nurses, dietitians and technicians. ,
-' t pat ors, I
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with Fluid i Drive t In Comfort ...eegaol .n M ....CIooIr....", .....-.. .........'ys''' ee ssew.M W Write or phone for our Color Iooklet and Hates ; ''
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MOTORS 523 n. KROME AVE. 1-Jo.''t 4' ',' ODet. I. ,U, -to'1'1 ,
Phone 57 -
I 200 Cur'liall Parkway, Miami Springs, Fla. Pit" 88-2476


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[ .._... 1DiIt... with. ...N.m..1.. INMP/h ..Lb. W* pent Saturday on the mil bridge What luxury It was. PfOi&et a.t.Mscrw.r _.
Sisal IA 111'" nibble Sandwiches and sip a. wr eY Of nA,.._{
sa LCR11fgNTIscalmON Key. Leaving borne about f to fd'I
WAIT a ,
I' M :. o'clock and making a brief stopIn lime juke while gazing out over TN .,a T/ a "TC.d : a ted lack Pas StockCeeiarel ,
Homestead for gasoline and that wide expanse of ocean to lowrrw s+end /p 71. r ( a leek SorMcW* *
11.M$owtrl I IU'. ..1." -. mllu 1I111IllIllIIllIlIlUUUlIIIIUIIIllIlIl, mall, we were spinning down the watch for ships on the far nor!- o.n r..p.Mewawt.I Cenereto: Sleeks Seek Fill
Sl 'tl -T.TMH.. "1. W. English and Vanish LeeHarris Oversea Highway before (:SO, ton and observe the antic of an '
PfM* and Ms .
[ SiMi L ,,. IIH.Miml owner end projectionist) filled with that special brand of Industrleu pelican .
1 at Seminole Theatre, went to anticipatory thrill that always friend, a Sponging gult The gull
[.....1 a. .IM ..n MttarISIS. Avon Park to witness the tint come when a visit. to the Key stuck close to the pelican aide ,-q(

'"......M. tk..*...SM thi WfkM sal. -V". performance of a new talking Is In the offing wherever he swam and succeeded Wt Definer Anyuhtrt
I. picture. mlk'hln..oo I missed the kingfisher. Where In appropriating a goodly portion Ir y l
are they? All gone north for the t t the fish he caught
Tor the commencement of the
summer The telephone) wins Th. water on Saturday was not
ft Night Song senior clan of Homestead High along the highway seemed at' Its best M far a* color was BRANCOR Inc.
School Wilma Cooper wrote the '
tt Aide Majhew Utrpitrtrk strangely! empty without these Concerned. The usual 1 IncredlbM aAllsaAre -R4. % ,
I Hail history; Isabel Mattaon. the I
little bird, balancing : Vivid
perky blue-green was absent' ...1Ml q
clan prophecy; and Julia Brother Ada Aeu ll n. .. Brandenburg Ir.Pre',Mr. Pail 0.Cornelia Vk.e-Prse. !
Ibm the moon' hangs low in the clan will. .* themselves precariously against probably due to the fact that the rtA"K MQ.i teet1v m"11e a i
the western sky the wind and waiting to dive iky was cloudy. And the vegetation M* I
find, plgbl birds caU and I train "The Catharine Mckird Circle Into the canal In pursuit of a parched from many thirsty .5. sa1:5iof Rock Pit on Redland Rd., S. of Mo*rj Ph. 419
,roans by, I. the new name chosen by First tasty meal week without a real. rain lacked setenea ur'i' '
S feel lonely-but I don't know Baptist W. M. U. Circle Four .:' The familiar mangrove were the green lustiness associated: , ) r O. Bo. !!!. Homestead

''WII,. "Mrs. W. R Rheney has returned then to greet us though, stand- with vegetation on the Keys. ButIt .. f' ._ ..... :; i
y. from t visit In West Palm trig like leafy \Islands on Innumerable was. wonderful to be down there
,.,.... the moon float low In the Beach with her brother-in-law stilts, and occasionally lust the same There i* that about ,
1 eastern skymocking and sister, Dr. and Mrs Shackle among them appeared a long- the Florida Key which make plored wlldcrnm. tthat wai left to ui was to rein 'rte
ptnd birds sing and a ford.." legged water bird dipping It* long them glamorous under practicallyany Our last top was it Mae and over a simple "pkk-up" supper
o.IblaDe' toama b* bill daintily Into the till wster I and all condition. Marie.* a restaurant near the take cool btthi and seek out Our Phone Number Is 305-J
ft make me restive-but I don't "Mis Mabel RoberUon, who U On Key Largo we topped at On the way ,back we stopped Caribbean Club Our old friends beds early. What could have pro
d' know why taking' nurses' training at Walter arden Cove to say hello to A.V. it Art McKeel museum to view teemed happy to see u* again vldcd I more perfect ending to e I
need Hospital In Washington D. Peacock, busily painting hill its collection of strange treasures and we found their famous Key truly perfect day?
,! JtHtyn) the moon ride high In theN C. ,is visiting In Florid. City charter boat, the Leona, and & brought up from the skeletal lime pie at delectable and tatlsfy Roofing of All Types
with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs Johnnie Thlgpln who
summer sky hull, of sunken, vessels. In fancywe 'Inf ii ever
Xnd cricket/ chirping W F A Roberson." I greeted u* with his Inimitable
are moved backward through the Bock home before dark to discover -
I. lullaby Mr. and Mrs. H L. Cock and twice>eround-lhe-fm grin and csnUirles as w* gazed on pieces! It had showered rather Benson Electric Has Modern Equipment. Insured and Approved. '

1 am filled with content-but I Mr. and Mrs Wm. J. Clark and resented us with a lift of man- of eight coral encrusted cannonballs 'heavily In our absence Which
1 :don/t know why. family are. spending several' weeks 'os grown on his home place in and the miraculously preserved meant no watering of freshly let Pliilco Appliances .

r In Wlniton-Salem, N. C. ." : Miami fragment of, a prayer out fruit trees was In order. Our B. M. MOORE
Flattery I II telling the other "Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Pope and : Lunch time found u* on Long wok printed In the day when evening chore thus obligingly at-
Princeton, Ph. ill
.nan exactly 'what he thinks of family will spend several weeks Key under coconut palm In a I Florida! was an unmapped, uncx- tended to by Mother Nature all
>lm e.lf.-Ex In Norman Park Ca...* grove just this side of the seven -

I "Mrs Flora Compton and Miss
atone* DNDM nrrmota" NAM;:
IIw tenon Compton have as house sixth birthday snnlvennry.,. .
) f NMk. .MtI. .k, NmIhN h .h IWMMlM .
'"> Ik* .wtoralpml, fai ...... ,:uests Mrs. Compton ion and "A.' J Campbell wilt undergo \
t,t,1 f Mmrlw ..*. r Ik.* fin laughtcr-ln-lw, Mr and Mrs. .n operation at Post Graduateloipltsl" o
._ kMM '"( nKNKRAI TRAPINnO. I' Lancelot Compton of Oklahoma
'\ |' .. .1 III M. W. Nirlli Klw OrlnSSI >,
'. "='., ..\ I. ne.I.r wWe qty, who are on their honey* "Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McConnell
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elth .brb sect Clredl "
.55 PUt C-.'.. it.lda.. moon and ion, Bill have moved Into : ,. \ )
tint M INen.To. "Mrs. J. G Wynn and sons, the D. A Tlbbits house.." h > .. : :. I r 'r ; f
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t' # raAfHO Garland and Augustus, are visitng 'Mis' Ann Polk sailed . for t '(tP.ty :
__ I. it II. M. ISM Mrs Wynn'i parents In De Tyler Tex., to visit a "brother, I f. I

I r I ,!II "eTK'1 : NAY* otur, Ca. ." Dr. L. C. Polk . Miss Mary ": "., ,r ..

I It 1 ....... to vNnuj,1ITIovu....... N..m. thaIA... .._ "Mr and Mrs O B Parker and I Steffanl) Is substituting for Miss C :,' t'I
..'a 1.55s I..I.r. sal.. IM INI. Mr.. Parker brother W M Polk at the Chamber of Commerce .' .f' :
/*%* rWM W rhllirUrtrt*.Oh .1 TlI Connolly hIVe gone to Jesup, I .." .
H .aa4. SUM .' '
I' I*\rtVkMKMki'MM will' UM. ..Urt nf Ga, to help Mrs D. M. Connolly. "L. S. Robert of Florid City -: .; .'I
I t bee '"f .... a.CwMir r, IHCNSOH"0...... mother of Mrs. Parker and Mr underwent an appendectomy... \ t'

, i j rCi-NM OVMT Connolly, celebrate her eighty In Pout Graduate Hospital.." '

Seven table were In play at -
a miscellaneous shower and bridge
I party given by Mrs Henry .) ( '
1 Irooker, Jr. and Mini Vivian -
tWHYDOYOUSEEl Free, In honor of Mrs. II O a
} Thurman a recent bride.,." -

"Mr. and Mrs Howard Lamb
have returned from a visit In I

l llS tOUPLE THEIR Ocala.." 1 /
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t 1IaIla ++ (Continued tram rage One) 11-'.
should be ready on Aug I, the, ) ..
beginning of the fiscal yer Upon Ji
request of Councilman Wm. Y
( Musselwhlte, the city clerk was
eked to notify department heads
by letter to submit their Individual
budget!! suggestion for use In
making up the general budget I 7 \
atrase Walter Weiss, King and Mussel- ( .

committee white are member of the budget I i, ;; 1 \i I.r ,

For Your Convenience We have Your Every engineer Hsjrcock have reported granted that the federal cityan I

\ i ;:1 I Building Need from 'A' to *Z'A data extension necessary of to time the city to assemble s IPpu-1; ,

J federal loan
cation for a
; .....
nance plans for the proposed new
r : -AsbesU* FredsirtiJI4er N-Nail* sewage system and disposal plant '.

I In the meantime, Consulting En.. COMING BACK /
I $- ( Hardware O-Osk Flooring
IIneer Wm. S. Sydow Is forging .
1'1' l C-Cabinet" r-rsint' si ahead with preliminary plans
. .. ,
I under recent city authorisation. .
D-Deors fB Q-Qutlltr Mill work -
I I j / '
;I -Ksterler Plrwoed K-Redweod Biding DOMESTIC LABOR \ .... l\t. !.- MONDAY

l J' r-Flr Training Uaker Shelving Fine (Continued from Ff One) \ .t, i . : .
lI I . ler season, the employment men I: ..
1 i U-.Gypsum Predict T'I1Ireahoid.nardbeard said.Plans t \
provide for a recruiting ' .
( (Maaealte) V-rpsen Board ' I "
program In Alabama, Georgia and :
: -Iaterlor rtnlsnK V-V.mhla Mississippi to bring farm worker ," .
hen for the winter season after I
-J'lDbI W-Used Shingles they have harvested the summer ::, ,:';f" '

there In event these can ; .
I -Knotty Plug 'r : X-Xcellent Melding crop .
not fill the local labor need, \
L-I.PI" -- r-TarisUrk (Free) Bahamians will be brought In. . ' '

1 M-Me4lclne Cabinet Z-Zippy Service Several grower filed labor re* o 4 ., .. :'.:, "So long; Joe--see you M naay." Sure, you late It for granted thai you'll be> bad on the

quest at the meeting,determinemore but themajority h.',' job bright and early Monday morning. Always have been-well, 'most always. There
accurately art waiting their need for o I. :was'the time on a picnic; when you fell off a rock and sprained your ankle-and oh, yes, .

the season ", r: the auto accident that put your arm in a sling for a couple of weeks;but nothing really '
The procedure for obtainingthe ,
labor was explained by Willis too
u Sloane of the Atlanta office of e

USES, and FSES KepresentauAes .: .e Don't count on let Every year 32,000 workers are killed, over 2,500,000 injured In
t Luther Robinette of Tallahassee 'r; '.I. iccUtntt That's almost double .the number of deaths caused accidents
:e a ?Tn and John Bliss Norris Clay and ,\4'\ 4 cS-tbe.-ob] by
W. E. Davis of Miami ,'r ) .1 pie tbt job. "
Luther L. Chandler, presidentof .J...,'""' ) ."t ',.i '" '

the Association Florida Fruit told and growers Vegetable . :.. It'llre.i to hare fun. Relax and enjoy yourself over \lie.weei' : end, holiday or vacl ]

'I that he and Dixon Pearce hadmade ; lion. But remember.:.-somewhere during every two-day holiday, 17J worker will be

'1 headway" In their recent accidentally killed and 11,000 Injured many maimed for life. One of these could be you..
: Washington conference on the
J7ILOUSIGlau Mexican competition program 'A large part of these casualties wiD be caused by traffic accidents but drowning, falls!,'

Chandler mimeographed laid that eoples he was ot tending his. firearms poisons, burns and other accidents will help to swell '

report to each grower. A brief ,
talk was mad by La Mont Coming back Monday? The chances are all In your la'fOC'-if you just use. plain!! con5:))

Wood Drew fFVA.of Orlando manager of mon sense in wfAt! yew do and bow yore 40 II lever the aeel4; end. .'oJ, ':

Presiding was Harold C.: Kendall -

t 1st Ml p president of the Dade County Think safely on-lit-jobv otf-tLe-job, always; $!

elation Agricultural and Labor Asso ,. . ., r. ." ,I

I Aluminum fnnt h .....n.... ..,* rte tmllmft C+fH *, "

I ; ..w IA+w ,. des.a!!+ !1 .r eh J i at ( hf1 .. .
Phiko Appliances r 7'i. ':I. 7
1 ,
New Building Construction "1 :
Repairs r and Additions Under PJIA. Benson Electric,H jB I ... "" .,__.'to .._- _, .. *.*.!* ', I .

: r Ventilated Awning Shutters air. ... "to. .
1'rtIIet.. Pa III .. ::[ ;, '

.y **> Kent .... , ....... J/l

I George N. McHugh, Cellracter Redland Pewee Lawlnene,Goat :.\ 'rt ;;J: ''((1:11.,:I .,g r f j!o.t.t.f.;. II,

MfiAVMI BtUTsI HL HOMEIUAH thisWi .. ,\ .
i Harb RefrirmtltH.[ Co. .. vIwAllu.1.r

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Or It g. OrtlitK soils ch***.I yes C. NeeM, NeWnel. Rese- w... J Cterk at M N. W. Mr. aM MM. W W. Batbu ell' LRAHkoIM'rlRPRIH Pri_ ]title IIItI .
lit at Subtropical. BcyariCMaitStation. IIedaa Park biologist has rerov-I Tenth at was returned Jut weak Oouldi and children Marilyn,
returned Monday traaa erect aufftclently from Injurieireceived to hit "home after ea 11III1.__ Carolyn and Billy, have returned
In and Around a bMtneaa trip to the Dominican In a plane orach lo return day an watt sated Boipltal In mm a vlalt with relative an dent e* .... fro* Homeetead. tot Mr. and Mr T. E. Stadlf 11ftWWneada
RetuMk to nil park du...*. MtretjtlyUrhartd CeralOakk*. OIlilia.onw,. ware accompanied Str hewea In North Carolina Y for a vacation at their
I"'* tram Pratt OeneralHoapltal. ham by Mia Darlene Mrs Whey WM able to law ay bora In Oneu, N. C.
Miss bun Jaa IHvea few-. Mr. Moore I 1a on erutrh- I Mr and Mr Marvin PrllchardFalrbaBka !'Skipper| | Mm Brthen niece, who plane Jut Friday lor her home In
d Mr. W vMh beck .. ... a areauU .. Walnut Cove, and Mr. and Mr.. Newcomers here from Copal
tar Mr* Orem Rises M lat* WedMaIIa ter their laM 1ft will viM her
Homestead of N W. mesh af the i. Holbrook went by plane WacldQ _- tlabte are Mr haste at the Mg 1obeeeeatim
BevMtk ave. 4* reiwrted I Ataaka, attar .-dingj -
Chariot and end her *htMrt.. who MMOantlmed
to were seven )
ta..Mv M at Jaaie Arek- pMsse Rom wheel he a '-- moon la Havana end Mr and Mr*. B. J. Dyal left
er Jkatta Haptal where' she I* wu cheeking aa th* May OP. ** M .......... Saturday. lor a vacation in Mot taken kr *iaj>iU...* to thairMr ( A ft.* BM ,:
lassie WIndaadlalew Ur. .M
iwder trH"-t'or l |uria* *uf.: the park. .......
*. Holbrook aka eurfered InIIIriM -
{ Mn. Victor J I have been International June IX Mr. Rive earn Milt Xewcomer bore Mr. and N... Joe Bon Smith JckaonvWe '
&. Mid ton, Victor, Jr, arrived attending JtoUry are la vlaHlag her br *hf4ai. af here Iran WtaaUn-
<< tome after in extended ) hi Urtroit. Mr. Co* a *noomlnf from business Interact la Orlando Mr. W. X. Brown of Oaaarhuret law aad. aUter Mr. and Mr M. and ass, Joe Jr. ar* Satan wr last winter.Mr . Goat .
nilae In the Orient aboard Capt. prmideot of tlomcRMadRotary to be near hi* daughter.Win. . L U, who ar ocoupylnc their M. Cask M FtorMa City, and vtaltmg at the .lease at Mr tower UWMMWCTtlirrls J
Johiuoo'i vetatl. Mn. Johnson I QuU. ham at IM RK. Itta at ether relatives her. SmW parent. Mr. and Mr*. E.F. ..*. A. W. January ten lisleweek .t
f tad Victor also vtfl ted relative' ]I. Ryan at Redland and I IVr Salt *f Redland ,., Mr. .Sag for a islet In Ocean Grove,I Refrigeration Co. d
IB Fran IbiS Sweden and In Mr. and Mrt.L L. QiandKr New York i* ipactad\ lo return and Mr*. W. B. McMt&aa, Mr James A. Brow preal- recently returned horn tram a N. J. .
frew York. i i of Gould arrived tsar Wedne., loon to JIlt State after a alai Jr., and daughter Mary Jo, and, deal of the Woman'i Club of trip to Richmond. V*. .r'.1
I day after a trip to W.In&tan. In Perk Mr. Ryan make Isle Mr W. B. McMillan an .cpected J'Hrint. baa returned from Boe- I
Enjoying$ a week' flatting trip a.Co winter borne en Tropical rd t* arrive today lo visit the' ton where abe attended the meetIht Mr. and Mr Oeo.Wina.1a and I; 1
bn the Bemadln u guests of F. senior Mr McMillan' brother- of \Die International Federation ion, Deuce, left Sunday less a I
C. Peters of Miami Beach are A. Mr. and Mr*. Lout Murray" Arthur Breadeburf I II .pending la-law and elder, Mr. aad Mrs, of Women''u CIuU vacation In Hich Point! N. C. Here Area Few of Our ,
r. Arthur, W. W. Bethel Mark, who hv been tlvtni In HiaWah! ,, Ik* pummar vacation herewith Herbert Evaaotf of 171 N. W. .
Cribble. M, R Kinkier and bottle ace making their bolo on N. W. his parent Mr. and Mr* Sixth rt. I I Dr. and M..... Bnbert A Con- Mr. an\Mr*. Carl Field expect Late Model Used Cars
Steele. The party left Miami Beech' Testis at }url east at ftedland vd.Mr ., H. L Breadeaburf .l 10M N. W. over and baby daughter Jeannette to leave Qila week-end vlalt I ,
on Sunday to nib out of 'Mart-i Murray I I. the former Miss First awe, after completing Isle Val Olive I Is aervlag 11 eecre- returned this week from a In Loudon, Tenn, with their eon I 1
then on 'The Key. lyre Dell of Hometlead.Bulldlnf eopbomor year at Emory Val tarp of the Redland DI.lrIctCb.mbf.r I vacation spent in Ohio and DI. and daughter-in-law, the Rev.1 j
I verity Ute In July Si:. Brandenburg of Commerce "hHe his Inoi. and Mr*. Howard )Field and In '
Mr. and Mr* It. N. Donovan of I spew home 0It PJum.: expects t* g. ta the sister, Mia Cacllla QUill II I attending ., PennaylvanU with other relative 1911 Chevrolet' New paint, low mileage, good
Hometteid left Wednesday to mer dr are Mr and Mr* Her Methodist Youth Camp at Lee*, a Nurse of Inatructlon for Dr. J L. Malcolm ha* returned *.
matte their home neat Sin Francleco. bert Dunford of Miami and their bung where h* will\ serve a* a chamber of cummerca cxecutlvei from a brief trip to New' Jersey I Mr. and M-Oeo.;;: Lorton of, tires. Just the car you are looking for. ,
two daughter roun &or. North
at the\ University of Car and N.w'orl!,
.. Belle Olade and eau Carl and

Mr. and Mr*. Ctrl Field and olina. I Walter Wright has returned week George, The vlaitrd Lortoiil relative hen formerlylived lilt I 1948 Station Wagon. Body in beautiful condi

ton. Lyle, arrived this week from Mr. and Mr*. Raymond lllppe from a trip to Chicago Mr*. In Homestead
i Fullerton Cal, to visit Mr. FieU'i and family have moved from ; Wright, who accompanied him to lion. Low mileage, new tires. '_
parent, Mr. and Mrs L. L. Field Waldln dr to the home they recently I Chicago, will remain there until David Lahn relumed Saturday ) '
PROGRESS and other relative, 'purchased on FedUnd rd.I fall. to hi* home tn Florid City : 1'
'lout north of Coconut Palm dr.' after a nbo-week stay In New 1946' Dodge Twu'Uwr< Si-dan, N>w patrfyjr, t 5d

Mn. Vk Bmry of Qulney Fl*, -- Mr Addle PHti of South Miami York. '
f and her ton, Fain Emry of Dad I Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Sims ot spent the werk-end at the home tireS: A fine car priced right. , .
n City, apent yesterday her with Miami and Columbus, 0., hv her mother Mr. Lull Fitch of Mr* Roy Haync underwent '
Mr*, t.mrr't nephew and niece, bought a country home on Krome E. Kings Highway, surgery on Tuesday at "James" u? :f .
Mr sad Mr*. The A. Colliaa.Before ave, Jurt north of Waldln dr. Mr. Archer !Smith! HoiplUI.Mr If yes are I. Iht market for torn tow prteed napertUo.Jwe '
her marriage, Mr*. Entry Sim U a retired dealer In electrical Mr. and Mr*. C. E. Johnson
aeveral ..... Cain"
have model from an'- to pal
mad her home in Modello with (
appliance returned Monday to their home R. O. Huff returned Saturday -
.y. Mr. Colliar I& Ute T. A. -4 at N. W. Sixth *v*. and 11th. at from Fort Pierce where leek VM .....
4 4 & l. .. 1 Coll In*. Mn. Dwight\ E. Wardlaw and after a visit with relative and lilt visited her uncle and aunts,
Mr and Mn. R. T. Holbrook and
daughter Barbara, Ire visiting In frIend. In Alabama and Mltilialppl. -
Tie advance ef medici.e against the 1 a a Mr. and Mn. Whitney Beam Silver Spring Md. They were accompaniedhome Mn.. E. L. Bailey who have been COME IN AND LOOK OVER TIll GOOD BITS W USED!
I,[enemy, diary iwcepi forward on every end family left this week to upend by Mn. Johnaon'i granddaughter hoaplUllred there for the past TRICKS ON Oil LOT.
frOOt. the summer In Idaho and Utah. chll- month after an automobile accl>
Technique. of tocitheti pate in- Mn. Morris Brltton and Doric Ooforth of Florence

'proved to nk poaiiblc wrgictl procedure' dren left yesterday Ala, who will visit her ..........--.......111111..I I... ,
aW. *4 t* the practitioner: of chi tweotiet. Mr L. 'T, KUaam of Khrev friends and relative in Staten until the start of achool. Point
port and daughter. Barbara Lew island N. Y. : visited Included Decatur, Huntivllle JAMES ARCHER SMITH
HigU i' refined sod pedaliaed mechanical and Kane, arrived Sunday for Florence and Analiton HOSPITAL NEWS
aid. ladudiac the x-r7l -, I en extended visit with Mrs.Kiwm's Mr. I R. C. Amholdt of Tulia. Ala, and Little Rock and MlI'r\d.\ I Bird Chevrolet Co.
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lactrocrdiorph have .b.rpeD.rdi.oOlcic , Friday'night 11 11 INUI NN -
ikill. parent, Mr. and Mr* Olds.. arrived by plane ian, Till
I iTfMiag 01 the blood.... aria reverie more aicoikaixao ,a H. Don of 170 N. W. Second '' to be at the\ bedald of her Birth I OLDSMOUILE CHEVROLET
the at Mr Kiuara expect to Join Mr*. Fred Hildlnger of Buddy Harris ion of Mr. and
to pbriidao than ever beforer' mother To Mr. and Mn Toward E<-k.
p la of tie I era family ia August plummer dr., who I I. under treatment Mr C. M. Harris of E. Ringshighway I I hart of Homestead a daughter on j i 107 N. Kromc Ave. Phone 98FitzpatricrVs
pappeit physician,the pharmaceutical chemist at Jams Archer Smith Hoipltat la employed now InHale June It.
.coatiawt... forge new chemical" and biological weapons Mn. Fable Oiklerko and Mr for critical Injuries suffered Colo. Buddy wal graduated PatientsMedicdMrs
to t fight d ****.. Insulin for the minigemcat of diabetes Phlllipi Schwenheman, both of In'an automobile eolllilon June with honor. this month from S3. I M. F. White I
I neUitua liver extract for perniciou anemia nJTa drag, New'York, are viiitlng hen (t 13. Peter and Paul High School In Mr. Millard Caddis Mn. L. H
.... peolcillio ar* example Your and the borne of Mn. Oiklerko' ion Mimi Klopp Chu. J. Harrla, Wm. T.
youJ and daugliter-ln law Mr. and Mr. and Mr. Harold Lumpkln Fine Furniture
J t. reads are alert I McConnell, Honvwtead; Thoa,
to lie
'become apply improved pro; obey : available con.ln-law and daughter Mr. and Billy, are expected to arrive have moved from Tennessee and Mr*.. Paul Onklerko, Robert Card. Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woodi
Mrs Ernest Bernecker.Mr. from Oxford. Fla, this week-end are living on N. W. 11th ave. The Inal, Pat McOarrah, homestead; l Cabinet Werk Chair Canine Refinishing
AIR CONDITIONED to apend some time before goingon Wright spent taut winter her. .
Mr.. Philip Shafer, Miami; Roy Car. Blacarne Dr. RrdluRd.. rhaa ",.,
and Mr*. Ooodlo Warden to Exmoor V*. I Hockett Iilamorada. I
are expected to arrive Monday Mn. John H. Hal and ions, .-
Glades Prescription Shop from Manchester Term, to visit Mr. and Mn. Hardy .Cruaaell Johnny and Jimmy, expect to
Mn. Wardea mother Mn. end Mr. Cruaaelle' mother frL leave !Sunday! to visit relative
Maud E. Chandler W. M. Cruaaelle, expect:to leave and friends In Ccllna, O. Mr. -- .. k.
HOWARD JOHNSON Ph. O. tomorrow for their home In At. Hale will Join them about JulyIS
11 N. Krma "Ave. Phase.ftt John Hlckaon ot Naranja) 1 1. ana lanta after I dolt here with Mr* to accompany them home.
business trip to Howaton, Tex Cruinelle' father F. P. Cahoon.
and other relative. II The Rev. and Mn. Alfred Ited +
Bruee Chamber,, lets pan of berg ot !Sliver! Palm and ton Lee WI/ PHI.LC'O
I Mr ind Mn. Clyde Chamber, Mr. and ,.i'Mi.; SIlver of are pending a two-week vacation
t.t Good Health li under treatment for Injury Miami moved tier M owners i In ,the Carollnaa.Ilouke 1,
suffered when dlilnfectantfcplaihed ml operator of a builnen the
the of Into Mi eye. negro section and make their guerti of Dill Clark Jr,
:I Keystone Happiness home at 4M N. W. First *v.. for week were Mr. and Mr CONDITIONERS
City Clerk R. S. Edwards last Hirry C. Dowda of Washington ; AIR
w Courses of treatment outlined to suit week returned to part time dutyat Forest Bell and Tom Campbellof D. CH and Mr. Dowda'i brother I
the Homestead city hall after Penaacola are vlilling here at Lamar Dowda of Hickory, N. C. r
your ,individual requirements. a leave of absence to underg the home of Mr. and Mn. A. E. A fraternity brother of Mr. Clarkat !f

MASSAGE: General and Corrective aurgery. M" Paul one of eon SOt and N. E.Tom: llth II I it.* nephew Fondle Wake Dowda Foreat play College professional, HarryC. 1At N PJJJ Lot>> Prt1t.e o

CABINET BATHS: Steam and Vapor Mr. M. P. 'Wol1 m and her ot Mn. Paul whom they accompanied football with the Washington
gueiti, Edwin Ehreniperger of horn from a visit in Redikln Lamar Dowda U a 10'UJ .
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COLONIC IRRIGATION: Modern equipment Birmingham and J. J. Ehreni PenMcola with Mr Paul' broth. member of the football team of \AI .
perger of Blackihear Ca, spent er-in-law and litter, Mr. and Georgia Tech where : '1: .
.WE OFFER A SAFE SENSIBLE REDUCING PLAN Monday In Key Wet i Mr. T. B. Ward.' school he'alend'i .i iw '
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II 'J 1 . . Social Events in South Dade . . and white a mil light trimmed blue blouae with of buttons batiste,I NORMA JEAN FOSTER; TO HliCOME BRIDEOF

trimmed with ,lace, Her hat warN DWIGHTGOSNELL SUNDAY AFTERNOON
while aaid. her other aocaaaui-
la color Her
Man. .....1- and the 'hotca, were Mn. Clay,
.the orchid from .her
For .the In tar'' coruge... ., 'book wu tar of Mr. M4 Mss Jota Frat O Mart. ..... Olin Wright Mi...
Ii i thurdJ aeeM. Mib ye1Nw taprn Jester will become the bride of

I ON SUNDAY IN FIRST IJAITIST CHURCH and yeHew otmattona end wkldttotk :, WED JUNET10 IN GAINESVILLE CHURCH "Mn.the Orennell Yoag WM Laboratorychool graduatedfrom Dwigat Oaera OniaaB. tm of ..... ,Sal Mn.PiMtU Clarence..,...Hllllard CalvteTlamaona ,

: wen toted fat deem ilea. and from nortda Maw. Mr and Mr Arthur Carl Oo- Mrs Virgil D.

Petted H>. and .*" ** pointed at the wriala. and full I Gardenia Monom and Mepha- Myron" O. QrenneU, sue of Mr,IMrs. fred Ward, ten LlitaVier i UnrvertKy She WM I member of smell, at 4 o'etock Sunday afternoon Mr*. LMrto M. T.... Mr. Lyon H. K.

ket ef tttle yellow eemaUoM i skirt eet.asd ng Mo a ratal bode adorned the bride'. UW I and Mr. Virgil M. GreimcU of' Smith, NfL Walter a rVntah Utile WOIHW MIl became a at the "home of the DrieVi Resin Mn. J. F roster Mn.Wn. .

and bite. atork decorated. the I, Ruffle of ChaMWIy lace were I which. wa centered with a Homestead, took H hi* bride., Jr. Mrs Leal Harwart. ..-. Dana Delta Della wrortty member oouatui, Mr. Mid Mr. Lewis M. R. BatU M,... Frank Wile
used lo live a bertha effect and three-tier" white wedding Me Robert Dart of JaekaenvUle, Mrs at Tailahaate. Tat E. Campbell dr, The Rev .,,... Lawrence
altar ef Flnt Pap lt Church olnomwteaa1 :!I.t the waltUtoe. fend ChaaUlly and laid with a lace 1 cloth The Miss Kathryn Carroll, daughter Earl rairctoth Milt Wu Nell The brtdegroom fMantKl at I'C: WUhwn. patter of First I Ii IIIh Ike,Smith,Wayne Mr*. Leon Irwin,, Mr Mr*..

Surrey afternoon for I (are<< edged the fingertip veU of cake wa served by Mr. R. R. of Dr. and Mr* William Richard Bobannon,, Mir Ann Ihstrtsk Homat- High School. and the i Methodist Church of Homeetead. A. C. OotoaU, Mn, Verlan, Sin-*

the wadding. of Mir. Julie Ttylor Illuthm which fell from a Mvd- aLhowalter. and punch wa. Carroll Calnetvllle. Mir' JuanlU Pancoatt., and Mill University of FIprid.. At the will officiate.Mr more, Mn IL R. Wilson Mr.
of Homeetead end Slave Robert I She at herthroat poured by Mla Joyce Walker Wayne Lawrence will be
pearl tiara. wore The following" account of the F.H.lma. University he was a member of John Pleko and Mill Mary Jam
of florid\' City Toll jreHowcandlr I Ii..... strand of peart Mlai. Mary Lou MuaadwhlU' and "MiM Mary Bryan and Mia Alpha Tau Alpha. and Tlpha Zeta matron of honor for her lifter, Hamker.
burned In white candelabra land cascade Miss Pat Johnson Miss Joyce wedding wa reported I la the and Walter McVkker, brother-
v ; : I carried a bouquetof Jane Tladale ware In charge of I honorary fraternities. He served
which were entwined with whIU orchid, Ullet of the valley l Morgan kept the bride' boob Calnetvllle Sun of Sunday morn the bride'. book. Inviting the : a* president of the Unto Baptist In-law of the bridegroom, will\ Gift were lent by Mid ing. June 111 Mrs. Alee Brannon
carnation And fern and rote. After the reception, the wed- : guests to litter were Mil Student Union and of the ataleorganiution be 'bert mpgAltar ,
Stanley Wlttkup MI* "Be- I' ding gift were displayed' at the The marriage of Mia Kathryn a abort honeymoon trip Mr Pierce Brannon and Mr.
The bridesmaids carried colonial Yvonne Cody and Mre. LathamOavla BSU. H* II a
And You" lo couple' new N. W. Carroll, daughter. of Dr. and Mrs. the bridal E. 8. Capllnger
riuM" "I Love bouquet of carnation eod homes on veteran of World War II. couple will\ be .t home played brMr biibyi breath that har- Fourth ave. William Richard Carroll, end Mr. "Other anlttlng In entertaining "Mr. Grennell I* now a staff .t their Dew residence on Robert

I Ushers*. M. C. Billy Lawrence Sbnmont and monired I with the pastel t'nU' of I I For their, the honeymoon bride wore trip an toNathvllle on Myron of O.Mr.Crennell.and Mr*of. Virgil this city MO""nell ., wan: Mr.*. J. P. Marshall.. Mn member of the agronomy department -. rdA Dr.:Leonard' W. i"kbi.l

their sleeveless organdy IOWMand of Homettetd R. t L. Crewp, Mrs. Fred II of the Agricultural Experiment mltcellaneou shower for the ....... .
James Morrfi lighted the taper, aqua lull, pale yellow blouse wa .. .. M in ..i mut
WaMroti crownle halt The gowns and olher.Iet.of white solemnized Saturday afternoon at Hull, Mr*. Truman C. Bleham Station bride t> wa given June 14 by 14,... rt&dow Mol M..sdae d
Ushers Calvin end
and were fashioned! with four In the First Baptist! Church. Mrs.. W. A, CItric Mr. H. QCUyton 'After July f I. the couple will McVlcker at the McVlcker home
the white.. Her fashioned of GLASSES
Olin Wright thread bertha, fitted bodice and dOUb1'1 I comps wa Mr Charles, Celu, Mn retlde at CM W. McCormicar St Contests, and .
Harry M. Phllpoit, atai game were enjoyednd
white orchldi.
runners for the brkl.llllrt, The 141 N. E. lit BU Miami. Fla.
iklrti. Yellow flower Wilier a ParrUh, Sr, Mn. B "Among the out-of-town guests
tant of the cake, Ice cream and punch
professor religion
R.". John H. Whltt, pastor, read tied by the maid of On Friday evening Mr. and University norida officiated. W Anw, 101.... C. D. Cunn, Mr were: Mr. V. M. Grennell. oflomaitcad were terved. I eeehwb Ab Ceeanusad
the Given double In ring marriage ceremony b", herfather wore ihecr white organdy over' buffet Mr*. Taylor dinner following were hats the at wedding a "A' lane of floor batket filled A. N. Mclnnl. and Mn, 0. II Mr. and Mr*. R. C. f Present betide the honoree Ie.I .._.....MIONR..........t-UU................
green taffeta Pink bouquetswere Blarkmon.Mr. Millar of Jatktonvllle, and Mr.
with while gladioli and
. Joseph| Fmndi Taylor carried by Mia Braxlon In rrhearaal.The formed' the central decora camslions Crennell end hit bride left and Mr*. O. W, Anderson, ofZrphyrhlll.
the pride WM attended by her orchid, and Mir. Comet In blue bride wa graduated June later fore weddin,-trip, keeping .."
lion In the church. Five tall
titter, Miss rvrrnlr Taylor, maid I I from Homestead" High School.
of honor and Mir Warren and orchid bouquet were carried This year, the was acclaimed by candelabra holding lighted white

Bra(tun, a nine of the bridegroom by Mill I Dt Melba In, pink secret ballot queen of the annual taper were placed before a EARL nORDON)() TO WED LAUIE LUMPKlrf\ . ,\
and Mill Pierre In yellow ,
Miss Roberta De Write, school l carnival. She wi drum background of palm and green I ON JULY 2 IN GEORGIA CIIUKCH RITES II
Mill Nadine. Fierce and Mini. Purple orrhMi and white acccworle major In ,the band and took an ery. White satin ribbon marked
were worn by the the family pew.
Mibel Gomez, bridesmaids Hilly active part In school iport I
IVrklii was belt man bride' mother, Mr*. Taylor, who Member of a pioneer Redland "M,. Claude L. Murphree, Carl Andrew Gordon, ion 'of abed from Columbus High !School .

The bride WM lamely In a wn dewed.. In navy blue sheer District family, the bridegroom church organist played a program Mr and Mr*. Earl Franklin Gordon In the chats of 1B47, and attended .; ?fqtfe

gown i< white marqu'trtte' over and by the brMegroom'i mother, also attended Homestead High : of nuptial mutlc. . of Homestead will take a* Emory University in At
tallri faihloned with high nrtk- Mr*. Loren Robert, who wi School. He la annclated In biuln "01In marriage by her his bride Mlu Martha Loris lasts

e line, fitted hndire, I long iteeve dressed In aqua| lace with his father father, the bride wore a wedding. \ Lumpkln, daughter a___ ___ _ __ .
n -- -- "- I gown of white Chantilly (laic Mr. Robert Glenn Lumpkln of lead High !School, the future ..

PRESBYTERIAN: KITES SUNDAY TO JOIN C WOMEN WEAR' NATIVE; over taffeta. . The bodice, pointedIn Columbus,, Git on Sunday, July bridegroom attended Emory Unl
. U front at the waistline had a 2, in Columbus The
DREftM! AT MISSION MEET weddingwill venlty where he wa pledged to PORTABLEELECTRIC ,
KATHLEEN); JACKSON AND MARION J ELTON I bertha of lace<< and a yoke of be solemnized In Rote Hill Reta Theta PI social fraternity 's

Native costumes of missionary nylon net with I jewel neckline Methodist. Church. He ,1* associated with hi* father

HometteiKl. Presbyterian Church i Mr*. LeRoy Jackson of Marathon l lends were worn by member of The yoke was fattened' In The brlde-\-. wu gradu- in business here.
I I the. Silver Palm W S C S ala the back with button ..hlrh.1to
will be the telling fur the wedding will be O'n forher : the lit, tleevet.
pledge service afternoon trimmed calla I
iiiter-ln-law and Ray Benson ANNOUNCEMENT \ WATER
of Mlii Kathleen Jaikton at the church. Th circular akin flared and I
Perrlne will be but mRn.i
of Namnja, to Marlun Elton of i i The bride-to-be I I. a daughter Special, guest. were women of gathered In .the. back, ended In OF DORIS MAY LEWIS, HERBERT WYSONG II I IfJl.ce .. f. Enartm

liODientead. at 7 o'clock Sunday ''of Mr and Mr. R. C. Jackson j the church who do not belongto !long train I I i i
blrUiduy. anniversary of the society "The bride'I finger-tip length prClI.1 Mllalmltl. NM.
I evenlnjr of Naranja, Mr and Mr*. Xltchlion Emil the senior rI.... She wi
veil of French Illuilon wt held
I tI. bridegroom I Lewis of Homestead announcethe dent ot the class, and a member $99,50 .
(> account of the recent death. to her hair with a coronet formed _
r n CLARENCE: ; .; : JR WED engagement of their daughter of the national Honor Society
of the bridegroom. father, <:h... of row of illusion entwined with
I' Doyle May, to Herbert Wy- the school itudent council! R.q/dN Rteq
O. Elton of Sandenvlllo, Oa., I COTE teed pearl and trimmed on the
tong, ion of Mr. and Mn, John and the advanced dramatic J
member of the two families C aides with peirllted orange blow
only L.IIIWa
D. of ,
Wytong Tennessee rd. No club i tomi. She carried a white prayer
"xJilbe present ceremony
i hunrtiiy I b the wedding day of 81'hoolln Miami book covered with a white orchid date hn been Itt for the wedding I ThRee future e !

II Clarence Breirley, Jr, eon of The future bridegroom l II a and showered with lilies of the High School'Mont-I : '
l1d'RWOhtIN SWIM riCNICAT Mr. and Mr. Clarence Breiirley gradual of Miami Jackson High valley and white. satin ribbon. bride-to-be wa gradg- verde School and Miami Technical .1
TIIOH. B. ROYAL HOME I of Homestead, and Dorothy MarieCote School. "Mix Mary Graham was maid 6 from Homestead I' High School Ha I I' employedon trvOlimONARY-iuppliei. coot 1, eo5TAAli-Rgbtlowetabt'aq( ,

Member. of th. Woman Club :!' daughter of Mr, and Mrs, I of honor and Miss Qoaldla Cress.nell High School: II. lalutatorlan of'' the Key. persona palatable eulf drinking hour.water for 50 to move.CAtlNtTmitchlng. J.
Keel I cabinet
of llomenleod acid Arthur L Cote. of Miami The of Homestead, litter of the .
enjoyed a NO nUMIINO-luil plug Into amiable ai low COM.OOlTf .
Hireling Tuesday evening at the marriage!: will lake place In Mi MEAT Y bridegroom, Miss Janet Millar NEW YORK NUPTIALS SLATED: SATURDAYBY I electrical outlet. 11O ..A.C. embloye eficiaoc.:Aid +
home of Mr and Mrs Tlio D. ""'I.Th. i of Jacktonvllle, and Mill Carolyn beelike J
Royal of Hnmetlead Air Field. bride-to-be attended Henderton of Miami, were MISS OI'PEDISANO AND SAM NICOTRA

Swimming In the pool and a schools In Cambridge, M....., and CUT brldewiaid tMCIAt ,,-DAY O"U1__ sad frWM4l>M. Mad. I

|>kliic 1IjllCr> were enjoyed 'h' wal graduated from Geau High Mr, Earl Falrclotli wan beat Saturday 1 Is the w In Brooklyn.The ) Ve will; deliver t genuine NvrgeWsser1oy: ; : epos TIMIT; request r
If, after two wtki ate, it daein'l tell ,half,we will remove il
and Mr. William R. Carroll, OppedleanoI I v
man of Mia* Roumarla brido-to-be spent the pant without. charge or oblil" oa. Write ot phuoe-lodtyt! .'
Jr. brother of the bride, Mr daughter of Mr. and Mrs five winters here with her parent .
Led Hayward Mr. James Voyle, Oppedluno of Florida City and attended Homestead ,

and Mr. Fred Strlngfellow were Brooklyn N.' Y., ana Sam V'I High School: .
Uthrrt."Mlu. Ira, aces of Mr. and Mr. T. The future bridegroom was "

Graham was In pink net tra at Florid City and ,educated. I In,.$J[ttccute achooliandI alit (MfO NOWI!
and lace over matching taffeta N.' Y The marriage will I I. engjfied 1t> Tarming'. T -- - - > H'ij '
The bodice was of net and the
full akin formed of net withan I I 0..11'f''
hI Intel of lace below the wa'it. I MRS W. II. ROWE HONOREE. AT SHOWER I pera.eansanra.r, _.ISsrrauwtIa

I line. With this wa worn a bolero GIVEN; BY MRS HORNE, MRS. BARNES I iroRGEitroiurouMVY

jacket of lace and a match' I' amiss
19ft.rio1 Ing crownleu hat of miline. Her I
I ,i' + Mr. W. H Rowe of the '
shade wag complimented room, A chicken salad L
milt were In the tame asher _ _ ------1
r gown and the carried a none at a thpwer on Thursday course was served by tho how

Q. Whit I I. /the aiv.< ef Ikea cult gay of rote-colored tam.tlon.tied evening, June H, by Mr*. Edw triaci.Icnson.
.f weal f with aqua mallne.
Barna and Mrs Dexter Horn
sthan A. Frenchtd limb ela" .. "The brldetmaldt' dresses
.___ ank Q. Where dt they earn* fram' aid made like the gown worn by at the' home of Mr. Homo.Gunta J Electric Services Harris Refrigeration Co
were member of theCleaner ;
I how art *they Idenlultd the maid ot( honor and wert ol Radios & Refrigerators
*, clap of First BaptistChurch !
A. These rlinp *, rut from the aqua net and lace. They also>> i
lamb rack and contain a rib bone wore m..hlnl'trownle.. .. hatt 140 N. Kromc A\c. Phone 196
rtl 'lon, Ph. W
and rib eye muacl. They are the: and mitt and carried aqua can Baskets of long-itemmod pink
came a* rib chop except matt} 1 I. rote' wert used for decoration
nation nosegays (led with aqua .
removed from end ef rib* --- -- ---
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k Q. Hew are they prepared? mallne. ; !
IniN odlert "The bride' mother, Mr*. Cary
A. R/ broiling or pinhrolllng. T,
1'011. wore a dress of Nile greed\ e
i broil place' shops on broiler reek!
I rr
a tL h top of l-4nrn chop I I. t crepe with the waist. made. of 1

inche from the hmt ana 2 Inch i tare In the sense ahade over t ;
chop, S Inches from lient When I crepe Her hat and glove were .
t eta aide I I* browned, eaton. torn: I In pink and her corsage of pink 4 ;,, '+
OiM.chlgerComplt.IT and flnlia Booking en i cond side, carnation e .
ttitnn. limps rut 1-lnck thick tee "Mr Grennell, mother of the t 1 mi'
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quits 10 t* IS minute rooking
tlmt) 1-liwh chop, JO lo 22 minute I bridegroom, chose I mauve sheer T
*. In panbrolllng" thlnaer chop, worn with I email purple hat and I
1'1... them in f ryin*>pan and conic glove Her cottage was alto of
over low heat, turning occnilonnlly pink carnation. '
Adustobll( Shelrnj for unlforrt" doneneu. Do not cover 'A'
reception given after
and do not del water.. Cook until was '
the rereinnnv by the brld.NIr .r tf TASTES
brown on each tide. : GOOD
ants at the Baptist Student Center ;

I on W. University A\'". f

j : f a.s $sf CIo9Ing .:T Il'I'ItItrlied"Banket. of whit In flower decorating and i1 r ,

Door Latch "Guett were greeted at the 1
ReliableRadio entrance by Mr*. C s. Brooking .IT SHOULD \

and Mr*. If. K. Wallace Pre- ... .
entlni the guests to the reedy. 4 + rIT'S
Inc line were Mr*. Willard
L RepairsHacked Flfleld. Mr.. J. HIIII Miller Mr

YVldlh Clhper Jack Wayne Bohannon Reitx and Mr*. J. HOLSUM BREAD !t!

"The cake .table In the reception ;
by room was covered In white
1nco taffeta Mr*. M. P. Cody and er : I I" : I Ii

15, )cm 0f fI.puence.! : Mr*. W. S. Grahart ttrved tat

cake .

yours The bride' .table wu overlaid ,
All Yoor RCA Victor with an Imported banquet
cloth and centered with an arrangement
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I,, white gladioli. In a silver bowl
you must *a .it to believe IU'! Dealer Silver candelabra holding whit*

b lluloo now,an exfn cubic, $274foot -5 0 taper were on either. aide of s ,

f+ capacity! ol no tubs rod ... plus the centerpiece n. ,..v 1Y; s r c.
Mi. Radio & ApplianpcMl "Punch was aerved from cry*
the ijiMteat array of Advanced Deaigif I I tab bowl at either. end of the

feature ever offered t the price. Come I M. Kn M rhwtaiM. table by Mr. B, C Riley, Mr*

am-Doampar. .it Won you buy I I'' J. Wv Norman" Mrs. Fred K
Heath and Mr*. H. J. ...... Sr. Your family like-' tandwichts? Then' .
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nliltng' In tervlng were:
e "rnakei no diff'rencewhot, you wu pi

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OC5' MARY ANN BALLARD BEGINS NEW CLASSES the use of the eater eeaNet'.. KS wwwwrrdC.t. ..a! CEATJIR'ENTKHPNISE FtMtt1M'21cxFLORENCE
I till tnuMli, Guru LEADHMra.

IN PAINTING AND! INTERIOR DECORATION )I II I and In textile medium the eertet and of glass abort.Jecoq.\. \ H. R fierce we ...- I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

'. elected .header of Flrel MetheatMVf AMONG OUR MANY LIST.
If 'E. Mary AM Ballard Wedn.*day "If one can write one can I IpeiD" : she hai poeted are acme In related
fight conducted the tint of anew says Mn Ballard. HeM. of art. fa this. ireup E c. E. Circle Two at the first Uetttae. 1MOS:

eerie of cUMM la petoUnga If ft* demand warrants ah I to be i tUorte4 hy Mackboardand ... ma. lM W" Ha MW year Tuoadky. I I
.. will eandutt a dill tar children. ......*. are: to*
limpiu at the hone of" Mr* AMM IX ...... >.
: ROOM IS over Brown'i fHarBtaey LUXURIOUS mewty -
e lit a ........ tenor Barbslee .. .heuae 'I'IIunIM ................... I'I' Invites to
MI. '' Kroroe ave Mrs Bollard Carter Mn. H. O. was ....... bedroom CM hams em large you
M A* a follow-up of" the freehand ;I wife; henry. and .........Uoa '"f II
.. 'p' sec made oo-laoder.; Mrs E. E Kind w. BUTBurlap comer lot*. IJMtaf dean, till 'I atop for
{ husband, CoL Robert A. painting oowta, ehe plant. art; pertod rurarUre for the last For Rent MreetMd .....
I.a p" Ballard, and their two children to offer a course In dry-point. I tour UwuMHtd year; fwnlture\ aacretary; sad Mrs. 1. A. McMeMt: Bags bath large Term

have! been Bathed CMrtct real. drawing charcoal pencil re-finWitng; and reoognlUon and I treasurer Mr*. J. F. Foster wa, .. ................}........... TOTAL PRICE $11/100. Curb Service
L ; and pastel: a course In wetoreolor appreciation of old sliver cktoi appointed flower chairman. I I'I and Cotton Ban I

1.I... dents den borne they that purchased, the , akctchtoc:, and a court on and ..... ''I LIlted In the social" aervtee report . for rent: Downstairs apt on NE. .1 I We aW r* MlUMi a.4 Unusually I-bedroom FURNISHED home on $ .. II P. M. Dally

I.I.. grove formerly belonged I were N rinks 4S card. It ION at. Ph. C4I-R or lei sera. ten. she.. __ Fumlahlni Include .I
I.s to CoL Alva Lee. tray and 14 bouquet. L. Lanier E. King Highway.
' Mr Ballard urn a elmpti led II I member and ,
i Twenty one -- JUtS) and '
S. technique to enable. beginner to WHO WILL MAKE HOME IN CALIFORNIA I guests were present Mr. Lula B. A.B.C. BAG CO. many ester power There mower I* ales e CADDIS' SODA SHOP i

re.M grasp the principle of painting Free was co-hoftee 914 N. W. 5th Are, I-bedroom guest cottage 111 N. KTMM Are. j
f'f4 more quickly than U they followed I A farewell bridge party and Hale, Mr*. A. D. Kramer, Mr* Mn. J. IX Redd and Mr*. ROOMS, upiUIr cron-ventlla. BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED '
., the more established a luncheon were given Tuesday In Adrian Jacob, Mr. Max O'NeUI Pierce Invited the group to hold Uon off-atreet parking nut Miami with assortment of (..*.... .. fpreneekberacker

410ra. method of teaching Sketching honor of Mr*. R. If. Donovan who II I Mr* Chug, M. Harrl and Mr* I the July -meeting jilt, the Redd door to reitaurint Summer Duel late. Fhe.e 12.1171GIAPRID fruit tree and outdoor barbe ) ,
tint.l'uplhs Crow. home. by day or week. Gateway ere A BARGAIN at $11.000 f
watch her paint various left Wednesday to Make her Home, 154)) S. Krome. (JJtf]) term
designs, free hand, then foUow home In California. I with
- wail using similar strokes, until Mr* Chat. Pope of Eureka dr. 'I RECEPTION IN FLORIDA CITY GIVEN
the rhythm of the deilgn la wes hostess it the luncheon.: furnliJiKl
eitabllihed FOR REV. AND MRS. OSCAR MAGARIAN For rent: l-bedroom and many other iperlata. home on 5-acre Modern All work guaranteed. Prisereasonable
11 I and the pupil 1 II able Preterit besides the hostess and home In country Echo* Jordan, JOHNNY LEE Nt'RSERTllaUlln kitchen, new appliance In* Robert t. Brooks ,I
to re-create the design from the honor, were Mr. Robert Reg. Broker. Ph. 7J.. '
memory.She Caster Mn. Robert P. Crow, A reception and pound part' beth Gregory and Howard, arrived Drive, ".11III. Weal eluding automatic wanner. Roberta rd, hurt north of Palm 1
or U. 8. I al OMUdi lroYlcar garage. Drive Florida City. l'bone Slt-W,
feel that the strokes, Mts., Harry B. Jenner Mr*. Marge In honor of the Rev and Mr. : recently from Lockhart furnished kitchenette Bearing ,
and I lea Plant
Ministers of the communtt t room The belt for now Price $11.500. Terms.ONLY
color combinations and "various Parker and Mr. Betty O'Connor. Oscar Migirlan and family wai ; cottase Low tummei
be I Mr. Jenner and Mr. Robert who helped to welcome the nev
ample designs can memorized
given on Thursday evening ol the Rev, John IIWhltt rates. Pleasant around $500 DOWN.
In much the tame way at a mu-i Chafer of Perrlne were hostessesat last week by member of Florida pastor of were Flnt Baptist Churcl dren. 4 miles N, of homestead or tiled water tank and healer,, monthly payment. One-bed Interior and eitirlor. McLean.
A and ante I II remembered and the bridge party at the Jenner .
Ph(7R4. ,...R. (pdlt)
al Phone
Redland '
r thla bail In art give the pupil I home on N. Krome ave. Pliylng, City Community Church ol of Homoiteid, the Rev Frank I L. U. 8. I (mUtt)) cheap J II. Robert, Buih'l liar.her room frame home. Priced
confidence to create original de-, besides the hostesses and the which Mr'Migarlon: U the new Elvery of Homestead freibyterlan Shop. (JUt)) $Sooo.,

ilgni.and to paint from nature I honor guest, were Mr*. John U. pastor Mr. and Mrs )la..rtonand Church the Rev Edwin Lawn mower rental and repair.SILVER .
C Willton of First Methodic PALM SERVICE Silver
their children Loll, Ellia-
I Church of HoiAeiteid and the Room-for ont or two ptopU, For tile: Family milch cow, halt roll COMPLETE REAL Palm dr. ask Newton rd. PIa.m.w. .
Rev. Ceo. Kufeldt of Flnt Church close In, near eating place*, Jersey, hall Guernsey, gentle, lit).
ItIf' Garden Club Schedules of Cod. More than sixty werpresent. cheep rate 17 N. W. lit it Ph. 789-J ESTATE SERVICE aee
July 2 Picnic and Tour
Mrs Uoyd Della and dsuihlets RICHARD FUCHS
A picnic supper and a tour ol Misses Phyllli and Anlti, For sales All varletle of avocado Registered Broker
0 Mr. and Mr. Chi*. R. Meluner'i prevented vocal aelectlon l-room apartment with bathrooro trees, $75 per 100. Brooki.
I p Redland Hammock are dated for' Cake and punch were serve< end electric light AvilUbli Tower Nursery Inc. (mUtt) ,.,. II. lisle and Fare Be ner Mortgage Loans
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I' the Sunday, July I, meeting ol by Mn. Ernest NelH and Mri May t. Mr. Car Barber Registered Salesmen
South Dade Garden Club. Th, Jack Branch. Redland rd (*14U) Iniurance fund Home, commercial
a Mecfaftiyl upper will be carved at 4 o'clock CONCRETE BLOCKS all lliet. III* N. federal II", I InduitrlaL No chargefor

I In Redland Fruit and Spice Park : Bruce'i Block Co, Narinja, Via. Phone US P.O Box W inspection Quick action.
t $20 month
UpiUIn rooms
On Monday evening 70 girderenthusiasts : Phone 87J. I
c saw slides of tropical lOW 'II ell tor . luromer rent Mn. Miud Member of Chamberof
Chandler Silver Palm dr., 2nd Commerce Eleanor FroschcrRetlUr
horticulture presented by SidneyMcCoy .
I house welt ot Tenn. rd. (ml lit)
of Miami. lB.

r- Look over thiso fine were Cookie served, llmeide by and Mr. son and drlnki Mr. . ......................... SIGNS' !47 S. Halter rh. 115-1

Sid Thoi. Champney, Mr. and Mrs "eaoa car GMAC PIAN For Sale Miscellaneous LAND SUnVEYING-llumoetel.t
cars today I ''- Irving Plotkln and Mr. A. F.. I Herman MarksFor Engineering! Co. registered land

rI Arthur I .......................... lurveyor.
I Immediate Service Hugh F. Du\',' SEE ALEX LANIER for wet

Eoonomlral .1 Hot Point v'a hlnB machine In Evrrrtt W. Shuler drilling. N. E. King Highway.Ph. .'
Mary: "John dear, I bought very good 1 condition Mn Rob. ....................._...Jo Phone SJ' or after S p. m. 531-R. s
I '46 Mercury 2-door deluxe sedan. perfectly itunnlng hat Reasonable Prices ert Olenn, Sr. Ph. ISO. (JJ3U) Sate-Real Estate 78a-W.
only $50. Do you like It?todlY-1 (m20lf;) ..
All accessories, light blue I John: "I couldn't like ........... ..... .. ........ .....
watch and jewelry repair
t paint. Good condition .......... $925 that price Why didn't you "call Quality Workmanship For tile: Coleman tnttint gai .. .. . . .. ..... ....... Ing. All work guaranteed. Nell't
i me to ask me about It tint? dove wuhtng machine. Both Cottage on Conch Key, (1 miles IS S. Krom. Phone 11$. (olf.tq)
1 II'a : "But, John, you know $35. Ph. J64-J. (pJ2S) south of Homestead, $1(71 com Miscellaneous

trying to economic, Whatever pletvly lurnlHlwd. John )R. Math- ... . . . ... .. .. ....
Studebaker M
48 Champion Regal be the of waiting I .
would UM BS3.Oouldm ,
: : erl on premises or Doll We buy, sell and trade gun an)
deluxe convertible All money on a telephone call. You ENGINE OVElDAtJLaaAU Tla. (pHH) aKrom j;
acres : For sale: 30-/x1. Clark electric Little Rock, Ark. pistols of all kind Nell'i. IS
I remember, you laid yourself It 0 healer Going to *. Phone 118. (o1441))
sories and over-drive. One BEKVICIMOTOE water like new $7S. J.I Take 1 woman
I II the little thing that count! around( July :20.
I I K Greer Niranja rd, Ph. 74>,I 10 acre on Bauer dr, 1250 an and ex-
local A-l condition. o Share driving
owner, -Ex. ___ I II II II 10 Fpmore dr., or couple. .
i :. _____ (123))! acre. acne on exchanged .
TVNI.trJ'nONT ..
'New top ....................................$1495 I silo an acre Lot on Redland rd. sense Reftreniei! (p)20)): ) HARDEN-lI ulln,. Undtcapini
I o I near Bauer,dr. $100, J, M. Bauer, topsoil potting soil Band, tech .,.
I END AUGNMENTo Fur aale': Partly constructed I1U 2, Box 435-C, homestead, Kli I fill. Ph. 243-It Write Rio t hi '
18x16. ft. bulletin with tent Qnuldi pumps aale and service, 14-A llomeitead. '
'48 Buick Convertible: Dark bluo : Gigantic& AUCTION Sale 'AlNTlNGBODY roof Furnished. See Steve at Bird SILVER PALM SERVICE, Silver .
o Chevrolet price reaionablo. ... Paint dr. fe Newton rd. lh
paint, new light top, new AND VENDER ) lIIa.W.l, __ .UIILlJ OROVEMOWIWO..-arnnlS1lctt.: :
'' white wall tif S. A perfect Sat. Night June 24 KETAU I JJeIlkWarrtq.tJQr,1a our par n r -'Rt. I'Bed 499, HiHnefUid, (oMLelchworth

,"* car. One local'owner ....:.........$1595 I & O aewlnl Registered Real Eitite Broker placetinge hw,.)
\ BEAT COVEESITIIOLSTEEIMa C Ol". tot Phone S37-X-W. (tUft
\i Lawn mower pedal-typo lomeitead CliM 7 P.M. o machine and doepfrerte. rhone all purpCl.... We do steel slat ,

, 128-J In evening, Saturday afternoon 1 house! for rent, 3 gluing and glazing of all types
t '41 Pontiac-8 Convertible. Black o N. 2nd it Phone IU.III .
or Sunday. (J23)) $1 W.
U* Laying lltnaM CNDEECOATINarORCELAIMZtNQ houses for sale! at a
: fop[ light gray paint. Good Dunks O Violet It. Detlz)

condition ......................!..........$1245 11 Cowl Tropic l fish, plants and aquarium. bargain. 1/1/ now associated with

1 Pair tibias Coita o rhone 428-J evenings,
LUBRICATION 8. Kreme Ate Ph.. 111 of
oj. ( Gene Saturday lltcrcoon and Sunday, 131 Credit Bureau !

'42 Hudson 2door. Good paint, t* Fit GENERAL o REPAIRS ((123)) Homestead

tires and S Incubators oCOMrLETE
engine, gears.
A BCMTEE-TO- For uli: 46 acre high pine good
Needs seat covers ................ $195 IS Aluminum fhkken Racks BUMPEE 8EEVICE Bicycle with ba.kea15; Ford. for avocados, mango or limes.Csll ,
7 Complete Bedroom Beta truck body l) $100;i WE DO rellibie witch\ repilts '
; 44J-J-1 or 483-IM. (JUtf) '
r o Used Chevrolet motor and tranimlnlon Wood Jewelry, McCrorr Arcade. >
t I Complete Dinette Beta BUDGET FLAMFAT I" nEfillUO- 12}. Jack'Motor Service, : putt
- 42' Ford V-8 New light I Room Cblnf (Room" Furniture AS YOU OWE.WUCEEE 414 S. Krome. Ph. 789. J23)( )
Coupe. 11 Waging Machine o

green paint. Good condition 14 Refrigerator, SERVICE We buy old gold. Teeth old rings

: throughout ,...;............."........,.. $325 0 OUTBOARD BOATS MOTORS Try Ui When You NeedA watches, etc. Nell'*, U II. Krom.
AIM all klndi .f mlnrrllaneoui 14 ft. plywood runabout with Phone IIS. (014-U
10 h.p. Johnson and trailer, 1300 Haircut or
Item lufh M Btovet, tlec&rle'I : 14 ft. Ramsey with 10 h p.I ................................_
Fana, End Tables Hot Water Bird Chevrolet Co.
All'accessories. Shave
46' Chevrolet Club Coupe. Healer, eta I Mercury motor and trailer 1450II Wanted'
Light blue paint. \ ft. racing hull $75.
$895 'I 1IT N. Kreme Are 9 ft speedster racing hull. 150 llskeot _.1- ,11I .. . .............V".1./
Completelook; of new dresses llomeitead. FU. 22 h p. Johnson motor $121. have _, lit \ (

from several baakrupl drew MOM N Phone C47 or call at 170 N W Shampoo.. (Medicated" ) _. I." Help wanted: High school grid.uate .
ahop. I badiet *f gifts awaits
o Dtb it. (Jlttf J ) A lovely Inclined.
Facial rack __ 7MMaMte M!oo*' mrchanlcilly
M a*enprtwioa
I Buick & Pontiac / 22 Yean WithChevrolet plala) IM yew will oerckuu tram. publt u Mv aplrtw4 Jvul. tacUretl ...- Leader Pox A-151 (pM) !

Dade Farmers' Auction Combination racial .__ Tie ewe ......... Just moral .. CARPENTERS wanted 8klle| (

U. S. No. 1 Terrine 50-lb. Tenl* *_:.' IS the cry are wills a new he Mates city men only, G. R. Runken N..
Preston B. Bird Motor Co. have aMV4 r.nJ. (plot)
; Phone ,...01 Mustache Trim __ let pe ,lust ...- ew.t .11-
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Tkni a u>ln I.MM
ICE BOXES Shamtoe TUla) ____ *leBusirs
$ e
,South Krome Ave at 6th St. Phone 481 Free I.rfreahmenta.Be'lIur,1 Deer Prison $:..JI rMle w eW-.,.... "' ... Call yeurWt Wanted to buy: Firmill H tractor
Ph. Perrli
.kome urea MMUM wkM.Welcome with cultivator .
I $14.95 -M w listed& ...... '."210 (illtf)

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-"---_ r Overseas Bait & Wagon

Barber Shop re>" a LOS AnUkilIfrg.
Seminole TheatreTWO Tackle Shop iVb0Nt0 Benson Electric Service

0,>. City Ball I

Breezeway Drive-In .. ..._ Are Ed FaectU Geraldine Champney Radios & Refrigerators I
B1IOWI DAILY T lad I F. M. F .M No.ATVEDAT UI I. ask IM-J Wines 4 I
ash SUNDAY eentlaMM I till IkAdmlMimi rrtoeeton, Fk. III I
Adair Nltkl. 4e| Mallaee (till I .. a..I.) Ste.ChlMreni r .
AdnUalont AdtUla 4e (&a. bM'lucJetIalltlre.) \ under IIadmlUe4 under .test. Iii, ten to twelve. 14*. (Ta. ......4.1 I

free.. Phene\ I7S-J. I :,.,,.I!..""",muiuuy' ''''''cu' ,'',''''','',,,,...muu.nuuu' ?,,.,"'.......?,..,, ,,u, ' '
Des Office 0.... ':H-8hew alerts 14 Last Times Today: "KEY TO THE CITY" Giifen Industries Inc. : :

ATUKDAY, Jiwe 14 I BATVRDAT, Jane t4- Do bl. Featere PreensALLAN ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK ;, 11]

LUCKY LOSERS" "SUNDOWN IN SANTA FE" Roofing of All HinduPouredlnPlace Bedland Road between Avocado and Blacayoa Drive) |I.

"TilE CASTAWAY" Pianoforte and Theory I'hWLLllrLLIunll.all t,

and MONDAY June ti-U Cement Tile Manufacturing
RED SKELTON, Violin X/lophone PUno-Accerdio\ :
ROD : In' '
I "THE YELLOW.CAli WAN"Abo .. , , .... ,,,,, _.,,, ,,,,,,, ..
"DAKOTA UL"Mtde '' "Llnllntl' 111" "IIIII'"'""I''"I'"I""' "lll 'lllln" Illllllul' ? "II " "'
'. I Sheet Metal Work
\ i At4t4i C Carton aa4 Fatho New Reel_ limitation


Air Conditioning
; \ ANNE GWYNNE in : Caries VaTIIf .... oeeepaUaa CD ... ."'NAII. 0._ sad r-.I Neater
DILL" .. I Fan Ventilation
: SDAY aad FRIDAY, Jew tt-M .
JOHN PAYNE GAIL RUSSELL. JEFFERY LYNN. w''t 2t.lIour.0X1ien.Equlpped ,
ROBERT MITCHUM.. BURGESS MEREDITH M I LON' CHANEY hi '4 Free Eatbnalee: (, ." .- Ambulance Service
"STORY OF'G. I. JOE" ; CarUoa Faraawmt New. I 272 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables Cremation

t AltO DORIS DOWLTNO. MICHAEL WHALEN in I Confer Taceday sad "'........,. July 4-lt THE Phones: 4-1651 . 41652. . 48-3121 I I

I ,.t ; : : '. ARUl\IBA"\ IN8.I'tcTOR: GENERAL. witfe Dmaay Kayo. I Phone 270 Homestead FIa.e' .



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f"f"IJL.SfARSSLATE Wt'h..n.V.!! r W TurvtBj. Tav-
.ernler-BapUit; Wednesday, dou FISIDNG NEWS
f- NUBLE-IIEADER ble-he,ador, Turner Sport ShopOverseas \ Recruiter te Be at Post Office .I.II

I Bait & Tackle; Thura1ay M PMttltf3 sag IAVNBSS V
< double-feeder, Tavrmler- Monday\ to Tell Service Advantages I .
WEDNESDAY Florida City and Iloi-ne-Tver

I nier; Friday, Horn. Baptlatai
Saturday, Pan American-Over',. ,,liana. Ante !I-a1Hfb Th. 14oneelead. pout Cfke" trans Homestead Motor Co.331S.FlaglcrAve.
1\ Turner'e Sport Shop one of UM ..... .. MIAMI BEACH (XXANnvn
I neat .
ee%. Bait & Tackle.James great empliaila. ahat la eiUeed CIII a. w. te p. in
/uutadNng..feau teems In the detailed Information on the ed .
Slugger' BuUlvan now education toder Nld.M'.rh...
Miami area, WID be Oxeraea Bait il cational advantage available
Uw batten with stealing
tape a ...__ Maeter Sgt. "till.I' .. lust I.wA
r' Marines 'I .....
4( Tackle opponent In Wednea WO average In Mi first tea tripeto A. naataal' ., Jr. If AM.i.w 1...
' day nfcbft klf AO Star double the plate, and Stan the Man "no young\ man "Not only do Marina have' 16M fe : sii: r.47June : 1:1I' .: .
{! .'18. opportunity to taVe 14 117 110 gate >lit> .,.. Loral fans will alao jet Klttkep la Mil wife Billy ran afford t. : : :
I which era available
I. Forte pace the regular with I rounea ,June la S.-tt: 411: B40: 1 :MJuneM '
% look at Pan American, Key ,'20. A lull ,taelI". all the armed fonee, but 4H: 511: IBlM 1111 (Next to Dixie Drug' ) '
Wett Hollywood, and Boca Raton merely because have the facilities of the Marine ,
,June 17 811: ill: \ 1134: _.1..
Alton\ ,
t' Other heavy hitter are: .1I
to the near future, and thla blat + he has beesgraduated :Corp Institute, a nationally accredited '
Home jog Steve Biondo .406 June H 6-M: T-M:: II:W 12;ZlJunett
name policy.f ecbodullng cham Iron I << coreipondence school
':10 801 1.11 11 'I
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I Field 471, diet Cooper ;' ,' .
team Lloyd high school e>r :
J>lotilhlp will be continued available ai well, he said
Jet and Rocky Sincere O. Jimmy h I June JL( IH: 1:15: 116: JU: '
"t" bas resettedwhat .
a< boat M tout support IB. M/ Sergeant Naataal Invitee boll y
homer moved ,
he conileVftattait
Flotilla JETS
gamlebTlili applleanU and their parenta to
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week "nl'mark the end him Into a tie watt Mwerde and ". ronvenlall eiajt. him at the. port office while Om flmr rvrtfa toKkl iw 1.1.5* .)h, ea tit; i
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} tt the eecona round of league Blonde la that department and 5NASTACI roresking; .. .; he li there ao that he may explain Rim* Km. ,.iMnmt..; *;;_. .AM I i iMAM .
leaxee ,
Fred Skiner'e third triple OInL rrf K r Mar AM tiM Tune-up '" ,.
'i. eompetltion, with Tavernler try! behind Karl Greer. I. the Marine Corp educe. A.,1oIt. Kf* . ,_ _._...Ad1e iPwnoa /
him only one .... '
Mt to hang onto first place For oonalitency It'. hard tobe.t who win be it tlonal program to them.Local I ...... ..Kw>.4 .curl.... . .*_-__AM eat IIM r. 4
AgatMt Vltchell'i threat in the roweU and Morgan ----- aura. = K Cliff
lat ... garnet. Another point Hodge who have hit safely In 4-II Girls and Leaders Attend Unn._- Hunk Kv. Urn.... ......=._. .A"*M" alt I*)I
tt interest. li the red hot four-! 11 .Mdaaa. tar,. ,_ .. ... .AMTuwmtor 105
Ii. .n katUe for third place, | each at their Fuchi last oonUnuea gamesFreddy to dominate 5-Day Camp Tequesta Near Kendall tlMW Mitonmtte Pio.U'.(; Mrf.).AM ace :lie:la IJ General Aufo Repairing
C The third ,. ...
round will begin on with 11 II. .
the pitchers addl .. ....A"
. fiflyi t, and all dubs will start itralght wlna for Tavernler after K>acre r MMMM ... ._.__AM can i4i
I .were; .alifwlih. a clean elate, I IIf an Initial loss to V. F W. In I Mlaa Miriam Holmes of Bed Confirm.. ai I feature of the ...a..In...1.Ui,.ll/.MM. I II .I'-Ible.curt .., Flortta. :U,
The \echedule reads: tonight relief V. F. W. almost gave him land, 4-H Alumnae Club mem special tally aaiembly programi
( Florida atjr-Witchell. ; tomorrow, another dose of the same Monday ber, la assisting at the five-day Crate, recreation and lupervlted Fishing had been good for the .
Mr*at Key West; Sunday, golf but bl.w111ft run lead, camp which will dote thla alter- play activities were en pad "week both outside and In- e .Automobile Painting
, JMlpfor. Wed: Monday, .double. and Freddy lucked out. noon at Camp Tequeila on N. lar... aide Good catches of enapper
i"fF+ -" Kendall 'it, Map Joan Core of the Local club members includedIn were made on the bridges and
j Redland club described her recent the 142 from 32 county cluba down at Card Sound. North
trip to the National 4-H Club were Genevieve Chandler, Irene Canal has been producing some "'
,\ Philips, Norma Becker, Gladys trout early In the mornings end e Minor Body Repairs: : "
: Announcing: the Opening: of June 30 ID Last 'Day Ann Harris, Coy Lou Grennelland late in the afternoon,
Rita Roaebury. Ernest Nelll and Johr Barker Ile
.. 1 q Cows Can Roam Highway fished Cutter Bank, with mullet l

Jacksonville\ June 21-Owneri Solution and live shrimp and caught 41 I \
tiarlie's their eat' '"Willie, who was at W friend mapper, two )'&lIowt.1Ind\ a :
of livestock mint keep
i Plumbing Shop ,birthday party, had eaten Innu barracuda "
: : tie off Florlda'i public roads after merable little cakei. Finally, the \'\
C. D Feldman Jack Feldman .
Thursday, June 10, or eubject/ would be ; ;
their loitering animals to seizure honltsi left tearing for the other guests and Jack Stephens flaked with All work done under the of 1
none direction
205 N. Krome Ave by law enforcement officials, I don't think Capt. Bill Mann out of Flamingo
said "Willie, dear I
Harold Cola warned today. Colee and caught 32 trout, five anap ,<
(Next to Dodd Radio It Appliance) la executive \Ire-prt.ldent of the your mother would want you ta per and eight red'''''. ,"
cake, do ? Vpu %
have more you ,
any Stuart
Florida State Chamber of Com. may fee ill." "No, I guess not" Ray Clllenham and Charles Jimmy Mgr. ,
metre which organisation hammered Willie admitted, regretfully\ adding Ewing flihed the Shark River
away for years te ban brightly", "but I'm sure ahe area and caught 1S4 trout and Expert Paint and Repair: MechanicHomestead \ ,
Full Line of stray animate from hlghwayi. wouldn't mind II I took some mapper In about Itt hour
The law, which was paaaad by home,"-Ex. R, J. 'Llnanderi and Ben
the 1949 legliltture, makes rattle Whitaker caught 28 trout, ilx
Plumbing Fixtures owners. "liable In deniale for all Jack and a inook at North Canal
Bur er Rest a /
with live shrimp
Injury end property\ damage aue-

! and Supplies tamed by any person by reason Redland GoatFewer
of the presence of stock on the

t public width of roads the right"Including' of.way."the full Lawnmowert IN AND AROUND Motor Co.

t3a '* Plumbing Installaticnj Harris Refrigeration Co. .
Expert ( ; t
Dickie Huff Places ,
*' and Repairs In Junior Golf Meet 331 S. Flagler Ave. Next to Dixie Drug

I' i : Dickie Huff of Honteitead won "'.
r fourteenth place in hU age groupIn Benson Electric Services :
the Junior golf tournament' (Continued from Page Five) t.
{ ;:; YOUR. PATRONAGE APPRECIATED sponsored by South Florida Jay Radios & Refrigerators<< moved Into the home on N. W, :
cess lait week' on the Blltmore 11th ave. which they purchasedfrom .
t. llnka. Dickie la a ton of Mr. and A Lopez, If

Mri. R. 0, Huff of 127 N. E. rrlnreten! Ph. 441r .
Ninth ct Mini' Grace Ygartua left Saturday '
for an extended visit with 9
relativei In San Juan Puerto
.t jf----- Rico, .

" , Spending 'as vacation at their "
\ ( summer home In Highlands N SrI .
of .' \ : J.
I. o., are Mr. end Mri A. L. Davie X'Z 'hllrS-e

and children, Dorian end DannyMra. "YSt..esJ1 ) . .

!' rt HERES Either Trowbridge and !,I. ,; .; ."
WHY 1 her mother, Mra. Virginia Keller,
expect to leave early In July to
spend the summer In Detroit e

Mr. and 1>1..... Irvin Barnett of iT
DSONS N. W 21st .. are spending sometime UbRY WI A.

LI1.1tU LI : sIAVYOD G so LONG in,Chicago.Mr. 1 .Y.S ,

and !.IrI. J. F. Powers ofGainesville \ .j I II
and daughter, Candy, ,.. \
ire expected to spend the weekend t ,
with MM. Poweri' brother / r \ b
. a.1,+' SHS.S5S' CluIe4. MaobdlN1 Mal wNdre.... and ilater-ln-law, Mr and Mr*. .. / .: : d
i ( :, ', = John Fredrick of Florida City.
teaqtq tan W h Nl toaaenaaorawMlwlhue ? "IIGI' IWtoI'I adebauq W55IM : "
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b (MMMIT}! 1 A. By krotllug or paabrollbig, latrolliaf Q.UNp,
the teek la plaaed\ en the
noflMUlU doTk'aT
4 broiler I rack eo that its top surfaceb :LG' 'k' ,,, u.W..d Ud.SOFT..!
1 to* Inrhea from the heat i ttyfcg end btaity Wig I la "1&S n w" thicker the farther fie*the heat) load water dralea AWAY froai cUxhw. .
;$ Vhe. the. top aid la browned the flV\l.YlARGUAUNTEII..SeaJM.. -ore WORK .f WIATHU

far marl to (ent...... Atw t tlwJtaw fto- mast browned ia .e...eeeond.o..d,aide turned, and eeae and 4.-SaMITIANSMtSSIONa\ ; ()& .

tint kitp HtfiVm "k111I .." b MMon tool med. Frog II to to minoua la nlulrtd -
fur 1-Inch etaakl 81 to 46 .
Wluat:you' CM ebove ady wapolS the great lk*. ninutea for J-lnoh ateak. la paairalllnr -

a up in look of atunUneM and in acUon.W features. that keep lludeoo young placed in thinner a frytag dicks-paa tke and amt I Ad ...,. Gel pref before yes k.7.rhoaet .
occasionally for even eeoaJnc, Ex.MI > .
Invite JOG to dieor... far **nM the to- : ,tat la geared. eff M M accenulatea. t\ Hdey for m ,
<< advanUgw lludaoa offer (in addition to l; _
(- r....Bew tw&aa.eel i floor .
HUDSON ( atopd ow5" deaign) reeulU la true artrenaliiung, NoTKI VNDIl"' r:, move matt YOU. CAN I. SURE...' 'IT'5mm :

nuigniflaMt tieemty it fravtde the meet room in N...... Y. ka.te taa the a"...
allY br toy peliwi I It brio**you the tact .i ...,, Cabe.,bse aAad- -G_-. Ilrart. fYlrU WeSi li gbouser .
ana kneavmtWon't . sell .w
ao/eet /'a. MaoM'mi.M
mvuu RWme,1 EST laltar..S AFEST ,ouonegio-aeandMeetbacrrthat eUyivoung with p.. the W.a.Iok,. ., 1M Canal Cal ..

with Important adranUn *ov M. itxanntaa.VVKMA .
th ear w Baaoy
ttt ... .
asKl,IseIM ftW 1tiat..lur .r value I | a MAe.lLMC
brinpi you ol of I Hudion't grew edvoMoflea for eotIII&& by Offldel: Used. Cu sole a. sr m

M a W Man tten Thee The leaf-ltk./ Cent Guide Dookal ... .........ale cads ens
Benson Electric flu tpw

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Philco Apiailces

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