Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
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 30, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00719
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWS\ paper Since 1912 ,


39th Year- No. 26 HOMESTEAD. Fwfi DA, FRIDAY., JUNE 30.. 1900 ce S me i


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Hulk of Slave Trader Yields Ivory, . :












1. McKee Off to Probe Another Wreck





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!Fish Supper" Ball Game] iHOMESTEAD TREASURE DIVER




S l Y GETS HUGE ELEPHANT TUSKS, I



And Fireworks( Slated; FOR PLANTATION KEY MUSEUM





For Homestead Fourth!' TilE WEATHER: I Hug _ltph.nluIkI\ t broughtup

ntftoIo' swum neon w es _, from !n Ivory and alive trader
.._ "" _. ._.... Phrw. hip wrecked: tome "S06 years ago

_. off Marathon 'will be shown
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A of fireworks ' June 12 12 69 30.01 television 11\11.afternoon by Art
display
spectsculsr
HUNDREDS June S3 92 67 3002 McKee of Homntead"on* of they!
will climax the Fourth of USE' .
June 24 .112.1
3002 discoverer. The Ivory, as well[
July fish and doubleheader -
supper June 2S n 66 21.1'
as silver 111 Iota taken from e
ball game to be staged June 26. 93 66 2993 111
Tuesday by Arrant-Smith Pod of BAY PARK FOR June 27. 00 72 2R940II sunken Spanlth galleon will\ be
June 26 92 66 29,92 displayed by McKee on a prof
the Veteran of Foreign Wan, .
ti gram from 4:30 to I o'clock over
Post Commander Edw.

)announces Vel... i HEAT REFUGE RIGHT OF WAY WTVJ.Kee'i Museum McKee,of president Sunken of Treasure Mc>

Homer Byrum, post chairmant .
j Inc. en Plantation }Key, will
the publlo celebration, an- I I
be Interviewed on his recent ep*
nouns that the program will I I ?
Sevtrsl hundred people aoughtl k pearanc pa the "We, the People'
'open it 4 o'clock with the first l DELAYS PERIL
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relief from the heat Sunday at program In New York Cllyi+ :
'\ game\ between the Homestead Homestead Bayfront Park now '"Ivory and gold 'were'. the Ira'dllional
AH-Stan and Key Weit I under construction' \ iW
'The bakedjlsh supper,prepared I may be forced to employ' combination: esrgos of
WIDER U. S.1 1 the old slave traderMcKtt;
Italian style under the supervl-: a lifeguard before the official I ..,.. "We have found the Ivory*
km of Pet Ramlnl of Florid. opening of the park, sis more but the heavier gold has no doubt
City, will be served at 5:30. A'' than 100 bathers were enjoying"I 1' sunk, In the shifting laoii of th<

kmaU charge will be m.dto, the new protected pool Sunday,. Changing U. S. I north of sea bottom, .* j
help 'pay for the fireworks and I says County Commissioner Pr.*s Homestead Into a rnodem four. Even at the Leader goes 'tpress J (
other expeniei, There will be no Ion B. Bird. "From 2Mjto( );, ; J00| MclCee's company, Treat
Walling' In line, promises .the,*rrangeroents other* were picnicking ottj the lane thoroughfare Is Jeopardised ore, ., ii sending an xpedU
committee composed park I "nd.". l br tu of wngrJ. M..P'e1:$ eioa!le'.swUwtiwnkanvwlevktor + .
i 11!f" 1I"I"O'm'oo"' lotlft"1 "tI1IV1J J.mrrg'Nhergee Park,' construction II .mCwiandLhAioe'rs'i1llFd'thb bortleW0j\ Dtlth Alley; rISVa obvious rssaonl. the treasure .'
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'atm. operate with toe county commission diver refuse to reveal any details .
1 The mammoth firework display may permit the formal opening
site ot
hit /
by granting the needed of plan oc the
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will be held after the night on Labor Day ,
I right of Commissioner fret- the wreck ,
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game of the All Stars and the way Recovered from the sand and

Conch on the city ball field. ELEPHANT TUSKS RECOVERED FROM SUNKEN SLAVE AND Crlle. whose husband. Dr. Crile, at Cleveland: ,, rim earn atreas ton If B.by Bird Dec,warned 1 13. the yeilcrdsy.county has slaver coralcoVtred.WI'IC'II8.: wen 13 ol the of the .

Terrine to Have Game WHITE \MY IVORY TRADER AT* brought t* shore by three exploring parties the tvreck last Saturday while swimming, for not (the acquired 10-mlle the strip right of U.-of-8 way 1 tusks three cannon, 'silver ivory
that forees all .f wreck off Marathon. Left '
joined ever to rights The' Ivory tusks. which coder an eutalds weathered. cruet' are blackened bras pans and bucket

And. Barbecue on Fourth I, j Hally Hamlin, Marathon designer and builder of a two-man subn aa excellent slate of preservation! together with blackened braaamarine from, It will Homestead lost the to$800,000 Allspaltahrd allocated from the ship galley, graprshntand

Fourth of July will be marked ORDERED BY' who visited the wreck two week us and recovered a pots and vans from the sliver's galley and two eannon tram the In thin years budgit for sheet lad Corroded rosna-
with a community barbecue and cannon; Art McKee of Homestead who learned ef the wreck six wreck, will be placed en display at MeKre'a Mtueum of Sunken the project, which holds priorityin clef, an ancient clay pipe arid apiece

ball game at Perrine. The p.trl-1 { weeks age: Charles Slater of Miami who stumbled across the Treasure located on flanUlloa Key, about 4. miles south of Horns- the four-laning of the Miami. of human bone bore mute
oUc celebration I.I being soon- wreck while spear fishing and told McKee' about Ii. Mrs. George stead. Largest of the tutks measured four-fM-l-elhl-lnclies In Homestead highway, evidence. to the human cargo; thatwanl
acted by the Perrine Civic FLORIDA I CITYInstallation length. Bird said that the county I.I Is down with the ship. The

League, Martin Moore Post and i __ _n ___u I prepared to pay fair I values bone I I. the first ever recovered
McKee from treasurership,
a
Auxiliary! of the American Legion taxed on the recommendation of by
and the teen-age ball team Quota Pact With Mexico\ Growers Mexico Cuba can afford to Dr. I DcMjIly Announces !' registered appraisers, and asks and he attributes Its burled preservation. id (the
A nominal charge: will be made of a white way I plant I.fd'acreages In the hope that the approximately 60 property to Its having beer

lot the barbecue which will be on Palm ave. Florida City's main Made\ by Dade Men\ Before, Treaty End that : ondit.lon.I1lJ permit I AntMUbtai Clinic Dates" owners deed the necessary ,undo British markings, were deciphered 'I
served from noon till 1 O'clock. then ship at a profit. Dug will be Inoculated against tracts In order to avoid costly
street, was authorized Tuesday cm one of the cannons which
I "The quota plan, approved by rabies and lengthy condemnation pro.
at Perrln
council. Fifteen on Saturday, I.I display ,at the Plantation
night by the town on
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Termination of the knew that, In likelihood the the growers of both Florida and i Florida City on Wednesday and ceedings.:
Post Office Huslnesses Key museum, McKee says He
candlepower, light on mod trade agreement with Mexico trade treaty would be Mexico, would eliminate periodicgluts 'I Gould on Thursday, announces
point out that this Is not /conelusive -
To Close on July Fourth em standards will\ be Installed announced this week by the I and we reached the and resultant market I break'downi '- I' Dr W, E, DeMllly of the county proof of the nationalityof
under a plan submitted by Roy I conclusion that Imposition at the recommendeddaily health department Approximately HEARING JULY 6
The Homeitead post office will State Department to become I the sliver, as cannon were
Chandler district of I daily shipment quota was the import quotas would provide 100 dogs were inoculated Saturday and used by
S.
be closed: all day on Tuesday, : manager fecUve Dec. 31. frequently captured
answer to our mutual prob for orderly marketing of at the I.
July 4, In observance of Independence 'Florida Power and Light Co. The two Homeste.dcUnll'l FOR 2 CHARGEDIN .Spanish, French, Dutch and For
Day, announce Acting Although the abrogation We realized that the possi foreign produce In a manner DeMllly 'reported. tuguese victor. The research:
Postmaster A. V. Phillips. There new lights will replace the six result in higher I/, S. duty increase to result from least disruptive to the domestic The Perrine clinic will be held staff of Treaiure Inc.:. is study
100-candlcpower: fixtures now In denunciation of the treaty Industry, Saturday at 1 o'clock at Brlen'i 'SHINE RAID and Ill
will be no deliveries by city or Imported Vegetables, It will Ing all Indentlfylng data
rural carrier, but outgoing mall Use. solve the Complicated not solve the problem. We "Our plan for fixing dally Import Wayside Restaurant and at 330: conclusion will be idded to therporation'
will be collected and dispatchedon As outlined by Chandler, the I' an honorable, busi quotas was well received by at the negro school. fait-growlng file of
foreign competition agreement and the .2'he Florida City clinic Is set Ilarvey E SchmlU of N. Tennessee .
the regular Sunday schedule sole cost to the town will be the Washington officials who commended for Mexico, $150 for-" Cuba and
Local business houses also,, will Luther 1. Chandler, Industry Intends to stand' the willingness of the I. for 5:30': Wednesday afternoon at rd. was released under $300 for Florida. With such ove*
be closed on the holiday. increased consumption of current. the Florida Fruit and on. this agreement Florida Industry to accept the the town hall. $1,000 bond Wednesday after Ml 'whelming stonomlc" Idvantejlea"hl.torlo ",
The council; adopted a resolution Association The Florida the treaty abroga proposed duty cuts IncorporatedIn Dogs of the Goulds area will arrest Tuesday on the charge of 1 Information. McKee says
to earmark 50 per cent of the I try Is ".tandln, pat" on the probably will raise Mexican the plan. be Inoculated at S:IS Thursday Chat. Slater of Miami made

TODAY DEADLINEON clgaret tax revenue to reduce plan mutually approved In from the war-time '.1 cents Chandler says that the afternoon at Minkler packing making moonshine. Arrested with I the Initial discovery 'when' saestumbled
debt service for general parley between Chandler to 11 cents a pound ex FFVA foreign eompeUUon committee house Sthmitt by federal and. state I across an ivory tusk
required
Dillon Pearce of the FFVA has shown that high now Is preparing. factual agent war Oscar Goodwin, I and the eorat-encruited cannons
CENSUS COUNTToday obligation bondLPurchase ; the West Coast of Mexico alone will not keep Im. weekst
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while flahlng
Information a* a basis of discus- Princeton negro, placed under opear- (
: of a SOO-gallon Gould table Alaocl.tlon'which within reasonable limits DADE .
lion with the Cuban Industry GROWERS\ $1,000 bond.A I
for the town water plantat sents70 of Mexico paid I cent duty steed fVlnd
pump per cent the The revocation of the Mexican final hearing In the ease reported M> 'JJ>
Is the deadline tor uncounted t COIf of $500 was voted by Industry. Cuba 24 cents duty, lower agreement now makes It neceisary was scheduled for 1:30 Thursday 1 McKee, and even as the two wese
persons to be registered I the council. The plant alreadyhas The representative 'of costs permitted both that new ncgotiatloni be PAID'$18,356: afternoon by Acting U. S. Commlsiloner I making salvage plans' two wedcl
for the census. Unlisted persons two pumps for reularlie Florida Industry and the export more fresh vegetables mad with Cuba. Edwin Lee Mason who ago Ilally Hamlln, Marathon d.-
and one for emergency us*. can Industry met in the Amerlcsu market could and builder of ...._man
also set the bonds.Schmita lIner
may still be Included: , ('no the count Set up under the War Emcr TO SAVE SOILA
It was voted to close: the office Aria., and made a long gentles Act, present duty rater' and Goodwin were submarine, visited )lhaf wreck
by telephoning today to the census : of Town Clerk Richard Schmunk and study of the foreign seed to picking, produc I are IS cent a pound for Mexican arrested In a chicken house on site and recovered OlIO .:of tho

bureau at Miami 8J-M28. at 3 o'clock dally until Oct. 1. tition problem Chandler yule"W. Costs per act are about $30 Import and 1.2 cent I pound total of $13,33383 was re- the I0-acre: orange grove of T. cannons: *.

for Cuban. Cancellation of the eelved 'by 274 county growers for R. Brown of Halnlln dr. The arresting Saturday, a* thiJW.rJ1;

Mexican treat* Is expected to 1949 soil conservation practices, officers seised the Brown discoverer were wreck|
1 Lest We Forget Jump the duties to 11 cents a grove, valued at $33,000, build. latlon ot the G**
; By Annie pound for Mexican Imports and reports Edw A. Little, local admlnlstrstlv ng* and machinery '' (Continued oo Pap Eighty:

;j . . Fitzpatnck U cents a 'pound for Cuban . officer for the Agriculture ..
from Nov. IS to Mar, I, and 24 Conservation program. \ "
The first clearing for a schoolhouse are both of the same profession". out to work. cent a pound for Mar 1 to The grower reported on the' Service?
was on the place where He never worked any place long Th system wu ideal have no recollection: of ac Nov 11.Summer. acreage, used for groves, vegetable Want Commuter Train '
we now live. The trees were _a few week here and there because she managed to get I getting as far as the back growing and pasturage
i felled, and the school: board tent and then maybe up around Coconut stumps burned out and Via to eat any of the ffth but Slump ReflectedIn Farmers and grove (men listed .
a down the window frame and a Grove and out on some Keys mettos grubbed Vend even a remember the fascinating also the planting of cover: crops If you would lose commuter train service to Miami should It'
door before It was discovered that where h* knew people. But whenever shrubs started.( we all had on that little April Cte-rct Taxes and the application of minor elements be made available by the F. E. c. Railway Co*+ picas fill in

even Including two-year-olds and horns he war always Invited All day long people were We seldom saw anyone Homestead and Florida City report such u manganese, copper, the blank below and mall the coupon to the fledlsnd District.: ..
babies In arms there were not to eat Sunday dinner with ting across that corner to ae* our immediate neighbors so mine and magnesium. The pasturage Chamber of Commerce, Homestead, FU. .
enough children to warrant a the family he worked for-Jinnee admire. Mary Lewis : word was Interesting. One sharp drops in the five-cent reports listed also the number

school this party II repay his Indebtedness each and every group, and stands out In my mind. Some clgaret tad refunds for the month of acres cleared, planted by, I to Miami limes week.
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Later, one was built at the corner and Pauline Kill were had let his homesick wife of April For Homestead the seed of sod, re-seeded or mowed go per

of Coconut Palm Drive and A* usual we started early and her baeU almost every trip *, on a visit and when she April rebate ,was $.,.72.10 as Anla Tats I usually go 'at A.M, V V' "'' P. :&t" .
Redland road, and I believe that took along a basket of things to first monster*"had been tilt house was empty compared with $7.123.20 for Half.Year I \ \ I

j school WIt Lonnle Coffin' chief help out on the dinner. TIlt In the anon yard, and for his enlarged portrait March: Florida CII,'. April refund Go On Sale Here July 1 and return at 'A.M. P. M. I' i
excuse for having his big flab whole countryside war there ahead Brewer stood guard over It to tilt wait I never did .
P I fry at the Cantos place Just across of us-fully fifty people i i It be trampled on. He the name nor did I hear the was $499.4, almost' $317 Half-rear automobile tags goon would uses co.mmutertrafn !If available.,, !
'J, the corner from It. Lonnle Coffin Mary Lewis was the first teacher to all comer what the fruit of the story les than that of March. ale tiny 1 *t the Homestead ., 1

was someone we all knew. He of that little school, and she to be like and why there was t very satisfying day The tax Is collected\ : by the slat Tag Agency. in.telon. ,hall, an I ,
,1 was tall and very deaf and played had a 17.1enof her own If the hole In the leaves we learned who lived up In on the basis of sales within the IIOUI"Wm.. J, Geronlmo. "* (Signature)
the fiddle for dance The first children were extra good she Florence kosel seemed to Silver\ Palm neighborhood participating communities. The III
Sunday I wa down he walked allowed them to go out and work charge of tilt fish frying-< saw them also, Most people' individual rebates are earmarked The agency will be closed (KM to Holland District: Chamber of Comes neV
from Silver Palm to call on me in. the school yard and It they kettle style-with her dress com afoot, so the gathering for a reduction of real estate Monday and Tuesday In observ

J 1 because to said be had beard "we.. >er* unruly ah* ordered them crectljr pinned up ,,last *b* ,. *. up early, In tb*.a Xtaraoon. tsae,1s. tAt oommUNUuac ages: OLJlsly. d.,

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100 ENROLLED Kingman Family Safe "Jennie and Ray to Enlarge Glades Rotary Club to Install neaday evening. The members 2-LEADER.ENTERPRBE: Friday June 30. 1950 I Ilocal ;
will meet at UM Coral O.1se '
Oct of Seoul! Korea Cox Cajoles Dinner
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II plaoe al T cock and ait dow '
Restaurant and Air-Condition It Rotary Hub Irons Ue M.rUirtog beets rt- tectod to thai ofdrr f for
IN DSGINNERS's.WiM Mel) end Mr Den Klngmanau Abney CM w. be metalled aairealieat to dinner at TM: Dancing In the .,.. -
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tt tte MoBwalMd ..- tub baHnaiai will aaUew the lainseaM praddask )
nwlr four IUMn lade
in after ev.-ere HMea ihalaiaMat, IN 1.1 d laram.M of ..>...... I hey CM .l a I**.. alibi ajeetOf dwwe.tN.el. ........., banana olsIe.M.drnt. 1li
CLASSES Jatwn, '. ...... .CellMmj ....., ...ss eve, will .,e itaaijid to ....,.. headed 011 air to be %aM to the OareJ Ow wUI. tMnn orb( for UtiMwyMMHMrf ADS PAY t tI
KMmpGlPMt In .. l-d .... tad' ulMmee (...Mea Qa Beat aV: l/ItrYbywaMl .. .. .. ;:
.... .. .ItI paw* aae ky .*kkH, as I. '. >ia% fhb w" .. dial It Oe>anla>a _
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On ....... roungrtere anseeieingwwk / M0vrtHn to a over the adjoining. etore vacated for their patron. I
mtlag InetrueUon In reeeivwl ThuredayMra. ........;;3r this week by Bedtond Paint
thrte. beftnnen' eUaeea held five Ralph. W Ktogman. Ma). Store. I I
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day. weak it t>M eHgr poet *r Ktngmati'i motMr. Ray and Jennie ReynoMa, owner '
Mr. tod Mr*. AH McKee accredited of Oladef' Reetaurant, have
Much concern la felt here for I . . .
Bed Owe iMtructora. algnad a 10-year Idle for the MADEFORMAN80 -
the aafety of the Rev and Mra. i ,
Mire Dorothea Turner U. serving adjoining afore and will have Urtpartltton .r I. "
M M aMiManl Instructor, and Bruce Gumming and their daughter > between the i lit4c
pnwntqualm ;
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Mary Bruce who aalled this An all-out search la being We Can .
David rrtedricha to lift guard and the former paint .S f\:
After Jt Crklar.iwhea cUtaM Spring for agjaetonary, work In store torn down to enlarge the I made for William Eugene Miller, . : : : ;
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Seoul and WeN scheduled to land
for "beftmier" rteae, inetructlonwill restaurant width to M feet eight j" ;' '
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la aUrwlmmlnl ,June 10 *t tile Korean port of I ,June II from Ma home In South : .t:
be flVn I In >rme< Inchea Instead of Ita preeent II :,
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,Junior and senior i Puua Mr. Cummtflg was formerly i AHapatUh Oardena,, report Can.i (
Inches be
and\ feet eight Work will ;
lift tavlni, I a pallor of Homeetead. Preiby. alerted July II i stable Pete Morgan Miller, who : :
( live' alone WM clad In blue ., tWash .Caf..i
restaurant
The spacious new ?
overalla when Jut seen at 1230p. Your
i., Check Car for Safety, Roadability will Install air conditioning. A' m. Monday, June II, ..tAm.n'
I German bakery will' be operated! s service station In Na-

Before Starting Vacation Says Expert In Already connection popular with I for the Chef rettauranL rant .., "1
Miller and '
was kidnapped
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culrine and Jennle'i .
DrtreiL' June t/ Driving your tune-up to assure you. that .n"1 supervision of service,, the Ra"1 yean robbed ago by, three and he negroee narrowly aeveral ea .. .' \ /.-, 'y7"j" ,I
with the road" taurant bualneaa growth
MT oft a iecetios trip right '' .
raped drowning before aearchtrt i .It". \ r' I' jPhone
Donl, ntilact Where II checked I found him standing dated In the : r. J li.JI: .::1J. it :
lor eaftjf, and_roedabllity.Vpur Ii Ooulda Canal, On several oe 1 1cailona ;, -
VCfcUoo VltJ bt carefree i he has been known to i'. i j
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only If'the' tar which taker )'OU1 wander from nil home. I _ill
there and brill,. you back ii frt ,, You Can Own a House n' ;
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of mechanical fault and 'Ice In Jt,
top jhepa in(every reaped .,.Id. | Jack'sWrecker ,. \
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cry til)change, .Anton, tire, :::
bal l\.nd radiator) chMk' saidHur.lrgkakdusmentwhorl Phone 789 I 'r 10 Minutes:

c alignment"',..r 'axle and tramralwfMf : ,
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a rFhona ,
/ Ii4>rcelion) and park.lu. ;
..clcanln art among the Items To Your Itt ,
that!*heuld'be,checked on your ,

ahoud vaealipn-boupd(" be. cleaned oar, Air tires cleaners crou- Own Specifications '
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rhan and 'windshield'! -.bearingu wipers checked parked w I 1for/; 90c

for"proper et functioning).!,HM lights. should I Brooks Inc.

be t..t.t windows and wlll'- : : '
ahlaldaWandned., For comfort On F.H.A. \ '*.. ::.
don't .'neilact shock abiorberi, i ; .- > j. ', .

wheel/ bearing. and tire prey Terms and ,Interest ., ; ., ';.- White S Slde-wall TlresT25c Extra. . r'lt .
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then la 1 Oldest Completely! : : '
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1 drrM. o"n and I,, share all our

ddI'II tYnpynllbinJNr"; ?"put*!( dont you find that Licensed and Insured Horn tfad--Ph. 176-W Benson Electric Services a RIVES'. SUPER SERVICE


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J Aai.rc.bl.. N. Welting down, put IIor Thers's notbing tike makbnl beln, ,out OWl OWl ludiC tests-jetting of value your and out OWl! And e1C'theft teD you press Wa the more accelerator, IUdo forth
.alb end) tw. e.r-hart your OWl facta-and; your and clpcrlence of drlvln. anll
'e Underwater Uei! WamVneee a 1.,1oc., wiled Untmaltee .before buylnl any products: case, performance ndboconom road abiity ands

anecbehm. That why we Invite you to come to our ahow- lifei',eKjBvi| to duo one law ptd Cart \
j" .... ., LM4I liens ... tea, Direct drive take out a new Chevrolet without ."/obliaa-
S Lh M wU* e suns, emptily, lull Son Whatever, and Jean horn your own experience, yet we cordially Invite you to bin* home rare
Den"; T., b 4M lea... M leWe. .utomatkaUfTrocfeW '' why mart peopk" buy ChfvmUu HUM vtj ether tlJCU of Chevrolet superiority in your own way and
dYtn t'i make of car- at your own pace; for we know when you do this
{ I . frees angles l Let you'll decide to drive borne In' t new Chevrolet!
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\\I II I BOYS, GIRLS SIGN /(I ("<\library>11\ f H program Blarkbuni under, l1'Ii f nn KI !'Miriam Holmes and Local 4-H Club 'LEADER-ENTERPRISE FrIdaJ, Jane 30, 1110--3\ Rodeo Day to Be Local EBcg Thejne, I

1 1'J IIi i FOR RECREATION 1 I and I to a.Playground. recreation program 'I Girls Spend Week at Camp Kendallteaching MARATHON SET IMOM water front \I In Grand Lodge Convention .Jyw-ll *.'r.

under Paul MToriey: I lo 10,30 Uoai kr Shaw Beetners 011 Co.. \.t.
'J for Mar high key* and girl' I. Eleven tram abe Madias dead dub and Nancy Oreer of 1! and a WO OM amtwrafle apace byCrosland ell/lrjMoal
CLASSES JULY 3 girls "todeo Day will be the motifof be nttlciat oH ............ FOR Fish Co of Miami
$250,000SHRIMP
hall haaaban.araeanoaa. and Hocoaataad. araa apant (Ml the. Itadland club I Older dork spar is expected\ to the Homestead Elks Clubs and Claude OaejfML aavmediate
badaaiatan. etc.: 10 10 1 week attending the Dade County .Rente1stead I KMrll
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Boys end girls. from the third to IS. I be developed! by Comb fish ( o entry In the July 11 parade nf past lUlled )
,to the twelfth amt seth ties for Junior llrU 4-H camp held at Camp I and Join (ore of RedUndwere CENTER be alternate Also privOaied. (o
grade Inclusive high" boys and girls. 2 to S. lor Kendall.. North Kendall dr.Mir who assisted., MI j I la* aU .O.E Nth grand lodge
will regMar older girl participate! in the grand lodje dellberationa -
Memlay lor the S mM Stranded?
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1 (finer recreation MM- Junior and senior boys amt girls. Miriam Holmes of Red- I group leadership | convention to be halt July ,- will be W. T "I.
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I' Wednesday programs both Homestead to begin all 1pOIIpI!<'lal events and land Incoming president at the The dally program mrliMtrilbaaids I wwpitMiit of a. ....,* Out firefighters II In Miami. ParttoUwting will ley. tarot MIlled rater. .ttj tha ."
rperlal. d.,.. rtorlda State Unlverelty 4-H "shrimp" fIdilag. eve... at MI- M bad.
and Redland schools. The six- amoral assembly ,programs '' be mart than gaily coawmdruses local lodge' Mew Ota ale .
Three
minor Are .
Art. and craft under Club wa a leader In chargeof than la steM to ewnpleted MM) a tree- ... "
., week program will Include program and one handwork etaas. and lodge members InbveMMarda kin lore I members erpset$
lie, handicraft work mu- Mra OM D. RueMe: I to Ifl. advanced group stag Ing end. recreationat swintmlev.. at Malltaaon Hans loci far early. (ell use of the OuU of top atrande4. rat calM out ttteHameatead who wW pubttalsiIke to attend the eonvenUon.OeneraJ '
manualMining
IiI art amt creftr IOM the eight *. Make shrimp lleet.Devetopmfiit fire arlamit this rodeo to be ...
tporti games, dancing : to praajreeA beach and aapervtoed. rerreaUonunder seooAd annual Oea C KIIIIdj',| e mmaMtKf .
I and parties 15. ekstneatery. ale; 1 to 4, Moor Car Uu Ore**>..|l, Ittta Roae- the leadership. el Ann plan provide torNMtetnwMon week mouesde Fireman ladder a**** Inane aponaared. ban by the Xlki on B..rsl ol the V: S. A.
aport In cefctorlum-pint pong, berry and Joanne King ft Homeetead of a tITIOOO toe to beIg Armistice Day ,.
nil recreation program tt ITU Murphy. Dorothy rHMsefl, Kitty P. Air UnlfcraMy will ilriMdk.. ..,
down Die rat team Ill \ .
0i ..and will be adapted to the need checkers, folk dancing, doll dale, and Sally Hsftoda and VIoI Wight and the eight Jd.lIit k tattlers plant by Royal Palm Ice Co, a M feet high In I tree IM'ftI\t at \the some ear. Exalted Ruler D X. Mina, will speakerMOVING '
lei McLaughlin rte edlsnd were j
of the childrenMitt etcftperial I : tier of N W. IWt st and First .
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.Redland program which will be parties; open house 8pm. Aug I year girls included home demnnntratloii aoent and charge<< of the camp. One hundred '
Wednesday morning damage
4 pet show and parade I to IAug Norm Rrrkpr, Irene NUI.and j I .
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of Uie SMixUat Mme duat..lltrllllJIII ihMy-nuie were eaUmated. at tIM resulted from TO '
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4. I Gladys Ann Harris of the Home; :
the county achool systems sum agents Mia Ruth Taylor and present a fire thought lo have been,I
-I /liner tamp vbloh .will hold tlmtt) I I caused by a short In the wiring
taneou session School Board (to Open Camp Uedland of an automobile parked at James .. .I -t.. 'J
.. The Jtaneriead schedule fol. : I :
Archer Smith Hospital.. t
: Sunday for Dade County Youngsters ,, Half-Year Auto TagsGo I A lighted rliiret. destroyed a :" ;1''
/' \tow.( program under Ceo bed and bedding at the home of NEW :
I { : I to' 10, beginning band; Leonard McOarrah on N. W. I2lnst :
I : 10 to Intermediate\ band; I II I lo Sunday I* the opening date of staff The boy and late Saturday night
., I ; Advanced band 2 to I, chorus be operated by the county school building under 24-hour supervision ave. and '1..... It., was rtumd
s work 1 to 4, music appreciation, board st Redland School. Seven of the counselor :I office will be dosed Monday and Tuesday, JulyS .Monday by a stove '
! :: ,theory, vocal ensembles. rhythm hundred fifty children have registered The program will Include outdoor I .:.-- LOCATION: :
i band. full capacity for the three and water sport, games, ; and 4 In observance of Independent clay.
Maaual training program under two-wcfk arssloas.' dancing, movie hiking, nature I Dade Auto Taj Agency No. 2 LOCAL DEALER IS
Kermit WenkMem: ':30 to 10:30: I Camp Director Dick Roberts 1
'eighth/ and ninth iradei! : 10:SO to will be assisted by trained counselors I tivitles., Legion. Bld,, 8. Krome Ave llemesteaT < REPRESENTED AT
s l.I. tenth to twelfui grades elected from the county's camp nurse will be In 'attendance.t i. ,
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transmission In 8tu .
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I iger nf HrrsUm B. Bird Motor Opposite Margaret Ann'' .
Co. the school Is being comliirled I "+.w
by Raymond Hughes, wme' service. I
Instructor' and It will rover every .
phase :of PoliUac 1030 hydrsmitlc I

I' year will Iransmlsilon conduct a Pontiac group this ofschools Redland Paint Store-:
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I on proper service melh'od
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I hydra-malic!, two-day refresher '
COMPLETE HOME LAUNDRY course for those servicemen I Howard( Perkins, Owner raw
who have had prevlou training I

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thorough physical examination, treatments' diets, exercises and sun bath.
Ing.: Known as the Battle Creek System. All under the supervision of

well qualified physicians, nurses, dietitians and technicians. .
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NEW 1950 SPED QUEEN WASHER 1950 SPEED QUEEN IRONi that you know' till till tale" 'I

//Ito' 'k a bnaJ Mir, 1950 model Speed Queen with full Tfce Ironer i lI.r.o. new 1950 mode! Speed Queen., (milt I a ; t* . . ,, of your telepboM It'i the map link flatt keeps you doe '

Opacity pocorlala tub, adjustable pcttmm wringer with a console cabinet and mounted oo eaty-rolliny casters Every to" 'people you know and the people you Mad for ,

..... gaferf abase aluminum tangle-proof agitator over. thing layout' laundry' basket can* be ironed oa thte'Spaed. "< your bappioM, safety. and tuooesc Tslcphoe\
all* W h.p.electric motor InbricMcd for life, automotive type Queen ta half the time while you're comfortably Mated I
Jests quite belt drive, ewy.rot1i Io nut-proof assert, white lla pilot lightr knee press control thermoant beat eon service keep oa |rowlof to nlue, for ih* parnber of

baked enamel l fioUk Mtxlnua para -. trot A beautiful apptiaoce fully guaranteed. .' persons you con tall keeps,growln>| lar *r.u4 1 **

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. Oldest established electric!contractor la the\ Redland opposite. Margaret Ann Store : < M '

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(44 fee ot reeMloh. Urn) LBADftI NTERf'ft' 1"11&1. M-n 3e:
nlIIll lflllDnlllRllJlftmr' '1 IIIllIllIllIllnllllmlllmllIll IIUllRmIiIlUlIIU.I.n..lntnnUIf'Ju YMr Yoa Drive Auto I ; :
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At M milea an hour-
Longer It Tata to Stop I
Leader Enterprise (U feet of reecttoa Ume). ,
Tallaheaaee. June _The falter Safer apaedi ape the J r l
5'.u Ie tna 20 Years Ago Splinters From a Redland Pine '
you drive, the longer It .... the Florida Highway
.,. %'isMM! : idbg.Mr -4o Mov, that .la, according to program. this month.
** Nr.Kwt i H Ips BRANCOR
............. o-iIMr. "'" Salsa's ..... ., em..I.wI5' V By HAZU. RIHMCU. BUD the Pleritfe Highway Patrol. I lIne!
I- M. Y W w.e Here are the Stores on bow
i ,....:t:.&'::'=- -.w.d" a..we wo lam Maw(two, fl.lt!*. I MM .f. ., IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ / I long It aka InIrtftr\ Benson Electric I
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14 IML AaJ MMM.4 IM. Of. to tee an emergency, react, and lock and Concrete I'rodutii .

JsAaa...::iM\\I.:, vwtaMAZY .;... ..., u. ISIS.IUIIIII'llllllllllllliUIIIIIIfUIIIIUIfI DEER MICE Then one day she chewed al.stop an average. car: Radios & . ,'. i .!. .*. u"
At tt miles
e1I.n614, oic11mowM.m hole In my buiband'l beat Shirt an hour-43 feet
aaa .M5. At our place we atoll ink two for material to enlarge her Deal (Including I] feet of re.etlontime Read Reck. Pea Reek..
waya-deed and alive.It I ), 112 Rack .
n. Cewrele ftereenlngij
IATaeRI / rrlaretew
D.M &rlIflrfWf" "M, _" sways grieves ui to have to Something had to be done We At 19 mile an hour-to feet Concrete Blacks Rick. rill
... I "A whopping big time will be' "catch them dead." Out In the built a cage with three floor" (U feet of reaction time). j .
OutolN.fA- .t/a Coeootr., I ".. .'MI'....'.' IINIal.d had by aU at the bit fourth of, pine l woods "" .'re never troubled and little runways to connect At' miles an hour-1M feet WANT ADS e Ready-mlied ConcreteWe '
flJh and baiket them. The deer mouie family, i
July fry picnic with common house mice. Such
M -' .1.1S MI _... . aponwred by the bask Walton nocturnal nibblers ai venture to occupied It happily at long M we r
X.trt K.mMm: IK.*. IMt.ffarUh M 1a.a.e*on*Ito OHIO 1* ** League . at the Homestead distUrb our peace are always the remained on Paradise Key TheiranUes Deliver Anywhere "' i
n rHi 1. lira. Grower packing houae. ." little white-footed mire, or deer furnished ui more fun I

"W. I. Talk wet Inttalled prea- mice, which we have long lookedon thought than a of three-ring ever catching circu. deer The'''

My FriendBy Ident of the LIon Club . obnoxloui ai potential pests.Our pre. rather than mouae In a dnth-dealing trap II Irrigation Supplies 211"I'
Howard Johnson flrtt vlce-pren became abhorrent to ui. i BRANCOR Inc.
(Ident; Chat, W Culbertaon tec- first deer mouse came to 'I ,
Aanle Marhew flUBalrlrk end vJtoe.pr .ldent; W R. Bird, u.i while we were camped on from a mammaloglit at the
1 have a friend-one only" secretary;Gordon Ivey, treasurer; Paradise Key In the Everfladei: Unlveraltp of Miami we'" learned I I II IL a... Brandenburg. Pre*, M.". Paul(CtreeHm, VIee.Fret.
Who li ugly, old and small Kd Oallaher, Ulltwl.tcr; H. O.Thurmlll. National Park In IP... Tiny to make little traps to capture !!
In ...tu.... In loyalty, UonUmer; and P. J. Pauline took refuge In our'camp ,I I mice alive. Today, when any of ,1 Rock Pit on Ucdland Udn S. of Mowry Ph. 419
He-Ji extremely all.i Franklin, Jtdw''Stlllng. Paul Run wagon }uit ai the second hurrl- the dainty' white:-footed tribe i i Wtdc-Ualn Couplers ,. ,
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sell and W E. Rheney, dlrectori." cane that swept the key during take to romping In our kitchen r. O. Box 711, llomettead
i N'er would he make fun of me; hat eventful autumn began to cupboard we'" always try first to '
In me be aeei no lack 'Wilton' David Sayera, I$-yer. i blow, In fact we were madly catch them alive and put them Utinbird Sprinkler ., \ I
Ilia I/ullt In m. li perfect i old ton of Mr. and Mri. W. D. making camp, preparatory to In our mouse cage, nearreplicaof t ,
Sayen of Oo'ulda, died July 2. ." In the old one down at the
Jack.HOTMR
My little old dog, I taking refuge the rangera park. Aluminum PipeI'umpsMyers !
MM.. V. L. Harris and ton, lon for the itorm'i duration Sometimes they refune

VNDt LAW rMTITIOCa,... HAM...*. Roland, are" visiting In Grove when my husband discovered the I Into the "live trap", and after to so. \ and Peerless Our Phone Number Is 305-J J
1 ""'.... Ie........_ H b Town, Ga. . rutting mother and her three i while .we are forced to vet the
'IMaII. a ....,_nl IM...._-and......b I."MenI. IW Mr and Mri J U Ballard blind pink babies among our : other one But It U always with
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have traveled' 1,171 tolls '
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.>| .,......, ,4 u rwMrt wM 1 now they are leaving Mluourl. "What'll we do with them?* he seldom hai to be done.The > Roofing of All Types "
..,a..III, Ik* ...... d UM. ClmH. Wart for Iowa and Nebraika. ." houtrd... It ""a. plain he had no Iwi't : .
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d' MM. 1Jrto". 5'1"914.N5'1r I cage ae overcrowded i
': kNOWPA, 'Waitingin desire to turn them out Into the ai one might suppose Oddly, 'GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY
/ 5551 i. T (' 0........ "Cleland Blakoley Lawrence, Ga., his I. former noomlng wind and rain. deer mice apparently never breed Modern Equipment. Insured 'and \PPrQt d.
/ Inn e. \*. M. H. liNKTKt / ."' . "Let them day UII the lormk In captivity Our rcllcklng rodent .
home. i iMr.
over," I called. back "After that population li never larger than Ihlncrtn-1'h. lit or 17S llommlcad-rh. J
UNDII.AIIT101'a KAMI and Mrs Q. M. Cooper! they'll lave, B. M. MOORE :
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.. a., d waned. CI..... 11._ i pound baby boy on July 2 In. ..t.yed.on even after we had setup laughs and entert"nl'l el\t. J 'I
e .Icel., '. 1"Iad W ........ rid _.1'Hunt 1f0ll!>1..1. ." J
/ .wllk'lkc'rlrrti. .f the. Clnmlt tiuort .( camp again The babies opened -
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I Custom Huilt of Mahogany and Other Wood '0 00 0 0 >1, '

I t / Cablnrt Work Ch.lr Caning: RrftnlKMniCer. PontlHe, Mich. June U-Itu\'v ; :'0. .- ,

a Dhrayne ... A RedUnd, .. Ph... ..... demand for pOpular moans li ; : ;. <
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f of harry J. Kllnurr, general . : &> 0
"allllier or Pontiac Motor Divl-,
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OhliY fnmn. Mr. Kllnurr mild t !PAINTqd record-breaking new tar
sales were due to tho following: "
I WORTH PUTTING ON.IS i fin-Ion: '.
sac 1-There exult a aubntRntlNl
WHAT WE SELL
;,1.. : volume of unsatisfied demand re-

lulling from war ahortHgei. ,
I SO HELP OUIt I.-Large replacements are ln..
/ ins made of the earliest poit-war -.
US,. VOHN car.
j :a I. -N..rlthird of the 34 ,
YOJ'Rlrrt7RM6 million oars now In operation are
I '' ten year old or older and j
r the aches and palm of old ase"I' 0'I i
4-Our population hit grown .
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For Your Convenience We Have Your Every Deputation S-There shift hai from been urban I arena great ., ( ',';',' .. .1' / / L', ""i I
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Ikildinir Neal from 'A t to 'Z* need for carl and railing the per.* '
ce"I.ae of two-car famillci.: "
The market beyond mid IBM : .
i .\-\\.tOI" TrodactaB N-N.U. will depend upon the "economic ;r""COM'NG i'
climate" this country U exiierlenclng ,
1 1 -Dulldrn Hardware O-Oak. floerlng at that time Mr Kllngler BACK :

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.:' A .:..". job brijlit and early Monday morning. Always have been-well, 'most always. Therf I ;).

1 \ : :'. ; ', was the time on a picnic when you fell off a rock and sprained your ankle-and oh,"ye". w

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wrthanu a you lava |u>< b.- t : I ;: of-1ix-job! tcclJcnlt. That'i almost double the number of deaths caused by accident ,

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Welcome Worm Morton w*.oepaoM accidentally killed and 1 f,000 injured, 'many maimed for life. One of these could be'you. .
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and eighl-math-old ion. Ray, louring Florid*. ". In Mi-
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and JtroundHomestead Redland rd. )lust north of Hatnlln Stringer, Mid MUdrad tau was motoreyet aturdof to el*tt Maw Mew J. R. Dorn MI ..... B. a o D*.i* of HoUmiiii I*
l.n I dr. A nephew of B Heath Hoi. ... sad W. Hoomi .M. -...-' a paUoot la JMtoon Memorial"
and Miss Marguerite HoMrftaU. Lot .,$ .. m>a*. Hud** Mr. and lift. *. Js*see H Roberto .. .
dan of WaMln dr. Mr Buahay visited the peat wok with Mr dauihtor of Mr. and Mn.. Daniel I and daughters Carol and Sybil, ee avek Ibagdht lamday. tIIIIOI Hospital to Miaaal.JAMif .
if was recently paduaM. (rem and Mrs Robert Brook of Florida . B. Ryorwn of Rklkard rd. Mai .ea wpiotod bean* Sunday aftor teaming course to .begin. ThundayI ...__.____._.._."... I
I University of Florida.Mra. City On Friday they wont to RyartM who suffused facialUbe I visit with nlaUvo In Nocatoo I RI Mj erat, S. a ftMftn I IItOtHTAL I
Key Wt wad itopyad. on .tsukae and a henna _ass III a .- A1CHM J
I I .Ban Leer Archer of WaahIniton way back to call M Mr. and Mrs Nt utMMMIa oraak has al- Mr. and Mn Alton. felon MIll Hilda Pope was returned NEWS I )
i D. C. and Ibnwye....old Lewis Gray at Ca MOMMM, MN' aam/lebly reoorRed '"'"I hiv moved into their now home .home Monday f.DIllIe County. ....................-.........., \
Hal where she has liew a
t eon, Jeffrey, accompanied by Marathon. the tafciri**. at 141 B. lilt pi.. In Hialeah Birth* .- +!
Mr. and Mr*. C. B. Chambers Dr. and Mn. J. B. Loot ol I Mr*. Archer' mother Mr. C. R. Mn. Eaton I It DM Mans MiMSuo patient To Mr. ana iii... Rudolph I,
are announcing the birth of a !Chicago have bought and *n living Layton of CMdoBoro, N. C., left Mr, dan. Havaman of Tuaoa- Mr. and Mr* W. H. Bmndaf*I Mops daughter of Mr. A. of Homestead, I
.1 Mr. and Mr A. 0. Cam left Young a ion are)
.11.p unei ton, Randal" In Coral In the former home of Dr Homestead Monday after five 1 lanai, Ala., her aon, Dan and and baby son have moved tram I. Meg'. at JtoIMeINd. Monday for vase tssi In Bfekety Jaw aL
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Cable Hoapital Wednesday, June and Mrs Robert P. Crow at 61 l g i week pent her ai guests etis Chart Borarh of Meridian Mina. the MeOmmeU I apartment on 8.E. j
it. Their other child, Bruce, |I. N. W. Fourth av*. Dr. LOOM I Mr. and Mr Ben Archer par Ire visiting.. at the home of Mr*. fleet IW. to their new horn Mr. and Mrs ..... Aftdenon and tarn,Ctaxton they ,will Oa make Orfor a their trip re-to Medical-Mr, FaUnal Juanttn. Trent.ChM. .t
j two and a half years old. Mn. a retired clenti Dr. and MrsCrow .' ante ot Capt Archer, reatdentphyalclin Haunman'i parent, Dr. and MreFrank at 100 N. E. Fourth av. and MIl, Ronnie, have plumed New York. Harrta, Wm. T. M OonnrifEwcll
Chambers I I. the former MissMary an living at M5 N. W' at Walter Reed Hoapl- Hauaman of E. King High from I vacation spent In vMtmg Moor, Robert tdabblU
Grace Cngllah I Seventh IIn the home of Mr. tal. Enrout home the party will way. Mr. Boraeh I I. I dattmal. relative In .
Ceorgla.Mr.
Mn. A. O ChrliUn of Morgantown Mr. Wllaon Crane of Fort Albert Toumaceau, Win: Koon
and vialt relative of Mr, Hautman'i at Unlvenlly
Mrs
R. In
H. Donovan who Tampa, Rome
W. VH pant lot week at Myen will arrive tomorrow for Homntead) Mr. Paul C Brldg*
N Mr. and Mr. J. R. Rutland and moved last week to California and Atlanta., while Capt Archer I of Alabama.Making the horn of her aon-ln-Uw and and M..... Harold Lumpklnand I visit with her lon-ln-law and hem Key Largo;; Mr ElltabtUt
; daughter, Miss Ruth, expect tot complete a tour of duty In Ger daughter, Mr. and Mrs John P. children, Marcia and Billy, daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Walter King, Mr* Virginia Cox Oouldaj,
4 leave today for,a month'i viciUon -I Mlu May Riley has moved many I INr. up a weekend partyon Nrctiey of Firm Uf rd Now left this week for Exmon, Va. C. Bents of Richard rd. Mid Clarence Hodges, Princeton! Mr*,
'In Denver I from Redland to her new home the Key were Mr. and Mr. Mr. Christen la visiting with her N.... Lumpkln' daughter, Elaine ornella Crall will accompany Helen Wllllt South Miami Surf
127 N. W. Hth it Mill Riley and Mr*. Olen Edward of Adrian Jacob, Mr. and Mr*. A. ton and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I I. laying hen with Mr. and friends on a holiday cruise to gery-Mr*. Marl Whipped. Mr4
Mr and Mrs Wm. C. Car. a nun at James Archer: Smith Princeton and daughter, Sylvia, r. Arthur, Mitt Barbara Par end Mn. A. B. Christen of Mr. Chat. D. Robertwn, son-In- Nassau" Hilda Strtmbcrg, Homntead.
'i i mlchael of 281 N E. Eighth U'kn ;I.t are leaving today for their urn- roll and, Bill Jacobi. Mr. Jacobs Howard law and daughter of Mr*. Lump I.
parents of a eon; born June mer home In Highland, N. C. and Mr. Arthur went to Key kin.

17 In' James Archer Smith Ho..1pltaL Mr. and Mrs R. D. Jackson West Sunday to parttclpaU In Mr. and Mn. Ceo. W. Tumor
hive Mm Natalie McCailln of Rob. the Homeatead-Key Weal golf Woodion Maddox of Marlinniarrived
I I I moved from Modello to returned Wednesday from a vacation
li lit I their new home on Eckman dr, arts rd. ha returned from a vlilt tournament. In North Carolina. They Monday to Join Mn Better Get These
*" lit...; J: D. Wytong of TinneiK I I In Cherryvlll! N. C., at the home pent! moat of the time In AsheVille > Maddox who I.I vlalllng al the
t >-- rd will undergo surgery today I, Mri. Ceo, Stall .been (pending of Mr. and Mn. J. F. Leonhardt, Mr. and Mr*. tee 11. Lehman and Weavervllte but also hoptq of her parent, Mr. and
r'l Northwest lloapllal In Miami. a vacation on the Key parent of her fiance, Dean Leon and Mr and Mn, T. Paul Haley visited Mn. Turner' Inter, Mn. Mn. J. W. Connor of 100 & W. While You Can
hardt Mitt McCadln was accompanied spent the weekend on the Key Murphy Bennett of Lumberton, Second ave.
here by Dean Uonhardt
end her -
nephew, Crawford Webb
t and Mill Mary Ellen Beam of Mitt Mary Catharine Suber of Wilmington and Glenn Webb Mr, and Mr*. Jimmy Wiggins
tLt Charlotte who visited at the arrived! horn lest week after( of Laurenburg.Mr. of Miami and Mn. J. R. Byrum
home of Mr. end Mn. R. D. teaching this pall year In elementary of Homestead spent| the weekendIn 1919!) Mercury Sedan Coupe-Wuc paint, Rood
McClnnli and Mr. and Mn. Me
e I school it Panama City. and Mrs Earl Bjrd of Clewlaton with Mn. Byrum'lIOn.ln.l.w low
tires Radio plastic seat
Catlln fO"Cril'cry
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She wa accompanied by Miss and daughter, Mr.
I Farm Uf rd, left Sunday for Mn. John M. Hatch They mileage. A real and priced at only
I Addl Ruth Folks of Dunnellon, Exmore, V*. and beauty,
Agir Mr and Mn S. J. Lynch of i who w(* graduated this month were accompanied home by little $1750.)
Enlightened Newton rd. and children, Pal from Florid StaM Unlveralty.Hcforo Susan Hatch who will ipend
iWs Tom and Janet left Mr. and Mn. J. R. Baker and event week hen with her 15)39)
in Saturday to coming home, Miss Suber ) Buick S'dan-New neat covers, gbod l
ion, Ronnie Johnny and Richard

spend several weeks near Tampa. grandparent Mia Cora Byrum
visited In Spartanburg. S. C,
,with an aunt, Mill Margaret are visiting relatives, In theCarolinas of Coral Gables I la pending this paint Good! tires. A good! clean car (priced

Dr. Ing Hclwth of Vero Beach, Clower, and In Qultman, Ca..i week hen at the homo of her right.
consultant In the Dade County with her maternal brother and iltter-ln-law on W.
workshop for teachen that clown Mrs, R. J. Clower, IrBndmolh.r.j' Visiting relative her are Mri. Avocado dr. 1940 Chevrolet Business Coupe-Excellent mechanical
In Miami today, spent the weekend pltalized there. W. B Hicks, her on, W. T. lllck condition.. Good tires.
f her with Mr and Mrs Den end her granddaughter, Dotty Mrs, Martha Pollock was removed .
Archer. Dr. Helteth is I on leaveof Hayden Lee Seymour of Jean tucks, all of Jacksonville Wednesday morning to 1948 Ford door Sedan. New maroon paint,
; .: , Do.you till burr I dishrag to remove a 1 absence from the school oftdue.Uon Mr. and Mri. John Seymour con of The visitors mid a trip to Key Dado County HiwplUI.17r. new seat covers tires, first class
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'west Woes fiogtrF Perhaps not, but tome : '! of William and Mary Homestead II I a patient In Lee Sunday ai guests of Mnlllcki' Ask
TOUT condition for this
: -. College.Mr. General Hospital In Fort Myen ( brother and aIMler.ln-law.) and Mr* L. M SHUnden mechanically one,
,'*!.. .. YM, ma aiafetid li still worn oaMrief Ir after a motorcycle-car crash on Mr. and Mri. J. D. Connor and and tour' ions export to spend|
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t and Mrs Kenneth Doherty daughter, Barbara and Ruby. the Fourth with relatives In Fort
about the neck to ward of illoeti.l are building a ranch style home Saturday. Lauderdale.' If yes are In the market for torn low priced. transportation

d .rIr ... on Redland rd. lUll north of N. Mn R. D McCinnl and w* have several modrl frees HJJ-II41. tern In and.
r but Mr. and Mrs Luther Jones
cane ar* extreme, surprisinglyaeperss ire .
W. IIth.t. daughter Judy returned last
I INk 'em ,
visiting relative In Pennsylvania I Benson Electric Has onr.Bird
notions tbout diitiM and treit week front Llncolnton, N, C.,
: Mr. and Mn H F. Dunhncll where they had visited Mr*. MeGlnnl .:
. _teem. ar* held in this enlightened age have returned to their home on Mr. and Mri Earl V. Wilson *' mother, Mri Arthur Hull-, Philco AppliancesPrinceton )
I Redland rd. after a two-week of Newton rd. left Wednesday to man who wi III. I
; f .', Wore you accept tecoodhtod statements that hint of automobile tour of Florida anda spend tho lummer at (heir homeIn Ph. 44t
i t wkckcraft cooiult visit to New Orleans, Highland, N. C, Mri. Wllton't Mr and Mri. Evan C. Hillman Chevrolet Co...
"brid.o.lle.lone it
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s. father Edw. Crehore, arrived and children Diane and Eddie,
t to aralnit BTKthodi of prevention tad trcitracct ofductsl.Brieg The Rev. and Mrs E. W. Norman home Monday from Wiyneixllle left this week to visit relatives In I OLDSMOHILE CI1KVKOLET: _
and son, Jimmy have movedto ind will occupy the Wilson rctl- Llncolnton. N. C
Jour prescriptions to ui. Nicholas la., where Mr. Nor dome In tholr absence I Benson 1 Electric Services 107 N. Krome Ave Phone !)Srrrr
man hoi assumed the pantorale Visiting relatives in North
i AIR CONDITIONED of the Methodist Church. He also Adrian Jacobs expect to leave Carolina. and Kentucky are Mr.I ItadiH & KefrliceratoriPrlnrflon. ,
1 plan to attend Garrett Institute this weekend for a vacet .ieWiynotville and Mn. C. L. Wnlti and daughter ,
at Northwestern University to N. C. Before hnTrat Ida Kiy.Mri. Th. leg
( ;; Glades Prescription Shop complete hit ministerial education turn he will visit',In EvahivflW j-
i The Not-muni 'left here last week with his parent, Copt and huh/ C. T. Harper. and daughter .
after a visit with Mr. Norman'i L. R Jacobi. ; f : Miss Cecelia, have returned a f
I j; HOWARD .JOliN SON. Ph. O.l '. parents Mr and M.... E J. Nor. homo after a month' vacation Buy or Rent a ,
| N. KraM Ava. Phase IIj Mr and M..... WaiiwJDietcl apj
man of Robert rd. wjth relative In Virginia I II Kcdland GoatPower
family, moved this w>ek titmNiranja
; i: . ': Mr. and Mr. W. E. Watkins ) rd.'to Fort Laudordd/f/ I- Danny and Wayne Wllllami, Uwnmower lP Food Store
, .,- .. .... of PlanttuClty and..Jaugjitenv wI\e.Mr.. e4rIlM.lqIklii I*f n of Mr. and Mn. Lyman Vtlr ... .P t ? .fHarrta
Linda and Judy tpcrit several n. IVimi an visiting relatives inMetter
4 Good Health day her last week with M fl. Mr, Marlon Welton left Mon> Ca. Refrigeration CoTASTES .
j Watklni' mother, Mri Carrie day to spend the summer In Leis{ 37I South Krome Ate. Homestead
Cuureni. Angeles after a wlntef visit her Wr. and Mn. Ben). L Roberta I ,
i ; The Keystone of Happiness 13'j with her son-In-law and daughter of Robert! rd. left by plane to ::; >rxP
'. I R. C. Jackson Naranja I la Mr and Mr. T. Randolph spend a six-week vacation In :
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7" mu. by Half-Century Rosalind. Russell will be In dramaUaed a coaat- SUNDAY AFTBUNOON IN QR8U CHURCH'

to-cMit broadcast Wedneaday.
of the blur net and carrieda
night from the national convention : Oeu Catholic Church In Mlml hat

i I room's moths in a germ of KATHLEEN JACKSON of Business and ProfessionalWonen's WM the setting tVnekyfternoon bouquet of ,",lue( roses
IIBCOMH8>>J IIRIDB i The matron nf honor wcjer
Clubs In /San Francisco
roM crepe. far the wedding. of
f OF MARION ELTON( Dr. Frances Scott, national i iI. a similar C'O.t'UIP, of yellow net
At the gardM ....Uon,. the IN CHURCH KITES HIM Dorothy. Marie. Cote of and carried. a bouquet of dark'
P. W C. president, will Introduce
guests were registered by Mrs Miss Ruawll on the broadcast Miami. *. Ckweiiee Iti-Miley- Jr. rod rases.Mrs. .
John Pekoe, a slsUr. of thebridegroom. Mill Kathleen Jackson of Naranja on of Marathon, '
WM matron of
tf be ward here at tl:Mp of HmnM* ad. Father furor Cute mother of the bride,
I alias Florence CraM and Marlon E Elton of honor, and Key B.nsnn of Prince
Station WrOD. The wore pink with matching aoceaaoriM -
m over
officiated at MM ewefmmy
1 served puncti and Miss JacUe Homectead wen united 'n marrlac tan WM beet mae
and Mm Rrearley', motherof
movie star will be presented withan
Phillips served the while-loed to Homestead PrmbyteriaA !I The bride WM |l"n I to marriage
The bride was radiant In a award by Dr. flrott for outstanding the bridegroom, wore. pale
wedding cake, Aaalstlag In aerv- Church at a 'dork Sunday evening I 1Io by her tether, Arthur' L.
'yellow
r-t.nllh gown of white chUt film work. blue with ) aooessorkn.
InC Mrs wore. Mra ThooiM II. Griu, the r. birthday.: I t ton over satin and a feager-Up The! district meeting of the B. Cote\ and attended by M aunt, Both had orohM corsages.After .
Don The bride
Della
Mrs Even
a daughter of Mr.
veil of Illusion and OianUlly. 1 lace P W C will be held July IS at Mrs Yvett MeHtoon, matron of the ceremony, a buffetaupprr ,
<< Smith and "'n. MeVlcker, sister and Mm R. C. Jackson of Nsran-
Md In place by a tiara of Inretkm to be announced later honor. The best nun WM Bert
of the bridegroom.For ]. and the brldegroon ta pearl.Teed I for 7S gueata WM held at
a
I ann orange blosaoms. Site carried reports Mrs 1. M. Wechaler, 10.1preaidr,1. Cole, a brother of the bride the home of the bride's parents.
their of Mn Charlfi O.
honeymoon trip ; Elton of !RandenvUIe
a cascade. The bride WM dressed In *
bouquet of The Homestead club
gardenias The bride's table
centered
within the slat. th bride wore C*, end the lute Mr. was
I and wore a single strandof will entertain husbands and pastel blue net<< town fashioned with the traditional while-iced.
an aqua suit. white accessories Elton
pearls at her throat friends July 28 at the home of with short sleeves, fitted bodice wedding cake
and
.1 a white orchid corsage.. The double ring service WM Her matron of honor wore blue Mrs Peggy Smith on the Old and bouffant noor-lengUi skirt.. Coming from Baltimore for
Upon their return, the newt/'
read by &Uie pastor, the Rev sweetheart 1
sUn 1 Dixie Highway. i She won rnltti and a I .
and lace with \
weds will occupy tbelr new bom Frank I.. Elvery before Urn a lIIall'hl"lII..adplt'Ct the wedding were the bride'sfather
on Roberts rd. chanrel 1 which I of net and flowers and 1 her aider, Miss Phyllis
was decorated
A native of homestead the with two tall standard of I corsage of pink carnations, MISS SPRANKLE CO-HOSTESS AT SHOWERFOR I Cote, and her brother, Eddie

bride was graduated June I from white gladioli and fern fronds. Mrs. Jackson, mother of the MRS WEILAND OF FORT LAUDERDALE Cote.
Homestead High 'School when Or, C. F. Robinson, organist, bride, was dressed In aqua 1 lace Following a two-week honey
) the WM active I in epochs and In played the traditional wedding and wore a yellow carnation corsage moon trip, the newlyweds. will
Mrs Marvin Fowler Miss Rita of Oould Dorothy Walker, Mir Mary Wai their
.I.lerof
: !the glee club marches M well ai the secom Sprankle I make home" Miami.
The bridegroom is. native ofaarksburg panlmcnt for Stanley Wittkop the bridegroom was dressedIn and Miu Dettye Jan Matthews I ker, Mill Margaret Phlppa Mill The bride attended schools In
\ Vs. but has mad .his who sang "BecauM" and "I Love blue crept: and wore a pink of Kendall entertained Tuesday ; CUM Reese, Mir Katrine Austin Cambridge, Mail, and was graduated -
hen sine childhood H* You". carnation corsage. fternoon at the Matthews home Mn R. Q. Wetland, Mn. from Gnu High School In
I nded Redland High School Oa account of the lllneu of her After the ceremony, the bridal with a miscellaneous shower Wfley Hinton, Mn. Roger ROM, Miami
tefor* going Into the SeabeM for father, the bride was given in I party visited \the brlde'i father at honoring Mri. Robert 0. Wetland Mrs Robert Wetland and Ml i The bridegroom Ii s graduateof
: :. : : : : wo yean of duty and ii nowmployed marriage by her brother, Richard James Archer Smith Hospital. of Fort Lauderdale Before. her Margaret Marshall of Miami and Miami Jackson High School
In Homestead Class C. Jackson, Jr., of Miami. Her For their honeymoon trip marriage en May. 20, Mrs Wei- Mist Jean Chlotto, Mill Joan and attended Miami Technical

/ \ .lst r-ln-lsw, Mra. LeRoy Jack ,within the state. the bride- wore !land. WM.Miss Jackie, Hinton, UIM. I Ebert, Mia Marianne BasMtt, High School During the war he
pink and blue flowered sheer, pranxie a roommate ana sorority Miss Ann Hatfteld, Miss Joan served In the navy and WM stationed .
\. MINISTER AND FAMILY HONORED white accessories and a gardeniacorsage. I sister it Florida Slate University I BedwelU Miss Beverly Staples, for two yean In Japan '
::: The pink and green of the Mm Hilda Aiken and Mill Barbara He W associated with\ his fatherIn

; IJY FIRST METHODIST CHURCH WOMEN Upon their return, they will' floral decoration were repeatedIn Ellery of Fort Lauderdale i the plumbing business here. .it

( ; make their home In Naranja. I the refreshment course of! ,",'

\ A reception for the Rev Edwin I King and Miss Helen Moye.Tsllulah A graduate of Redland High I sherbet. Gift punch were and presented party sandwiches to- 1
;. Wlllton, new pastor of First Webb presented areading
School and
Charron-Wllllams ,, the honoree and to Miss Barbara
h Church! of Homestead, "Dr. Pull, the PainlessDentist" i' Buniness College, the bride 24 Hours A
I : / n. Wlllwn" and their lemlly employed I ai Ji I Ellery of Fort Lauderdale, another Open Day
a deputy clerk In sorority sister who Ii t bride I
.. given by the W, 8. c. B. on'huriday Among the 100 railing during E. B. Lcatherman'i offices in the I II elect.
evening, June It, In the evening wen other ministers, county court house. LUNCHES PACKEDFor i
I Guests were friends' and
members -
ie church social ball AIM Inle ) the Rev Olin Hunt of Perrln I The bridegroom
a native tof
of Alpha Gamma Delta
I receiving line were. : Mn Methodist Church, the Rev, Oscar (Georgia, nerved during the w.rIn sorority Present Mn. Leroy Early-rising Fishermen. ::1
Estell, W. S. C. 8. Magarlon of FlorIda were -
president; City and
the army artillery In the European Sprinkle, Mrs '
| Antoinette Moye, superin Redland Community Churches, theatre A Homestead resident Harry Matthews Good Sirloin Steaks, Chops, Shrimp,
-
Mri.
William Leonard
of the church school; end the Rev John H. Whitt of First for the of Golden Fried Chicken
past two he
years Gainesville, Miss
Peacock
D. O. Wolfenbarger,chairman Baptist Church, the Rev Ceo Sally ,
{ I. employed
by Major Electric In
Mill June Wldman
Miss
l : = \the board of stewards. Kufeldt of Homestead Church of 'errlne.. Barbara
j jC2
Hutt. Mlu Edith
The candle-lighted tea table Cod and the Rev F. J. Lottlch Ann Bate, Miss
.. arranged with twin punch of St. John'l Episcopal Church. GLADES RESTAURANT
which were banked with Mr and Mn. Wlllson were accompanied <<; MEMBERS OF CONNOR FAMILY ATTEND I

; blossoms,stephanotis and here from Perry by REUNION AT
fronds, Punch, take, null their two sons, Edwin and Howard ( HOME OF JOS. D. CONNOR t7( 8. KROME A\t., HOMESTEAD 'r,

\ mime were served by Mrs and their young daughter,
j F C. Williams, Mrs. E. E. Margot Sixty-two member of the man Connor of Coral Cables and
Connor family were present" at a son, Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. D. D
i, I t : reunion held Saturday at the Houston of South Miami Mri. W. .. .... ..
. COUNCIL IION01 RS MRS. UECKHAM home ot Mr. and Mn. Jos. D. B Hicks of Jacksonville, Mrs rrel 1
Connor of S. W. F.I.htl1.t... A Jack McMahon of Alhambra, ) ... i d, I Ir '
TODAY AT REDLAN D FRUIT SPICE PARK v
I' l Unlc sipper was served on Cat!., and son Mike, Mrs Agnew :
tables placed on the lawn Rogers of Akron and daughters, A

Mn. Walter IL Beckham: of MI- Judge and Mri. notkhnm expect Out-of-town guests Included: Sandra and Rhea, Mn Loll
will be honored at luncheon to Mil Wednesday for Belgium At, and Mrs Milton Pnrrlrfi of Gladleux of Akron and children,
I Rodland where Judge Beckhmnn Colombia, S. A, and children, Pat and Jimmy, Mrs. Woodson ;1
In Fruit and
Spice
) will attend an International l convention Jury Lou and Mike, Mr ind Maddox of Marlanna, Mrs, H. E ti 1
by members of the Dad of juvenile Judges. Mrs. O. D. Parrish of Miami, Mr. Connor, Mn June Dice and Mn .
Council of Parent-Teach' fur their return, they plan BO-I and Mrs J. W. Connor, Jr., of R. L. Lelitenburg, all of South
Associations. Members of the visit various European Opalorka, Mr and Mn. Thur. Miami!, Betty Jean. Hicks. of_Jack ,
liuocjatloni are Invited to.ttenil aonviiie, David rarrisn. or Miami
r the covered disk luncheon and children Ann and Jimmy, 1 Hurry' 'j ,
Mrs Beckham, national viI''- CLASS IN INTERIOR DECORATION TAKES I Randy Parrish of Miami and . ... ;

; l > I t of District I Three .,1 I ,UP) \\pnOnU 1ts PECULIAR J; TO 'S. FLORIDA I David Connor of St. Auguntlne.aewed f


I' : .. AND* AT MRS.FISH RHODES FBYMr The probremn of decorating In lure I I. a complete unit In Itself I Flower Borden S going to take y. t '

South Florida were dlwusnexl In and may be taken by thoM un I
.
/ ; and Mn. J. F. Rhode were Mary Ann 8 llard'. new class In able to take \the complete course advantage of the "
Monday evening at an out- practical Interior .decoration "'- r rCHJCKBW
iiI'I t fish fry at the home ot Mr..nd.Mra which met yesterday evening In PLASTIC P115551141)5
: J. D. Connor. Room 12 over Drown'.. Pharmacy BY PRINCETON WOMEN

| Present were: Mr, and Mrs 7Mn... Nellie Murphy taught v
Rhodes and ion, Jimmy, Though the short course Is members of Princeton Home i
t and Mn. J W. Connor, Jr. planned for six weeks, each lee- Demonstration Club to make i1tIJMl! .
\ and Mri. Thurrnin Connor plastic purses at an all-day meet. ,
:: :: I ion, Tommy, Mr. and, Mrs. REDLAND CLUB VOTER Ing Tuesday at the Princeton
: Rhodes, Jr., Mr and Mrs. TO RECESS UNTIL FALL Church of the Nazarene.
W Connor, Mr end Mrs J. Present were Mrs. Ralph Hunt
: : Connor, Mr. and Mri. Wood- Mn. Seymour, Dane entertained Mn. May Taylor Mrs C ABryant .
; Maddox, Mn. Agnew Rogers members of the Woman', Mrs A. L. Campbell,
l | daughters, Sandra and Rhea, Club of the Redlandi at a luncheon Mn. Roy E. Wittenwyler and r r
., Jack McMahon and ion, Tuesday at her home In Mi Mrs Ceo W Driggeri. I
: < ., Mrs Loll Glidleux and ami. Present were Mn. M. A r r
", Pat and Jimmy, Misses Baker, Mn. D. M. Brannon. Mn ),
Barbara and Ruby Connor, W. .D. Mahan, Mn. Marlon E y
Joseph and Norman Connor. Wilson, Mrs Edinond Price, Mra, Charlie'sPlumbing 1
F. Ruley Thleneman and three

FOLKS OF DWNELLON guesti, )h.. H. 0 Carter, Mrs
BY MISS SURER Nelson Rebecca Wilson and Mia Frances Shop

Mid Mary Cathirln Suber.ntertalned Mrs, Baker presided at a brief 203 N. Krome T cod prettied'' decoration, I
Tuesday evening In business.. session at which club for your bas ore Ik* loral dg. .
: of her house guest 1 Miss members decided to bags and tnMrUont, felioat flower.
suspend
,
Ruth Folks ot Dunnetlon Plumbing Cea4rssei.tr like wells marketed el colored col.
until
meetings October .
'- This grout consists el apple blossoms
and dancing were enjoyed, Plumbing Fbttw: la shaded pros dp blu. rte*
sandwiches and punch were. MRS E. L. LAWRENCE S Pipe and Supple.Benson and aides buttwcup on grass I lacy ''I 'i
by the hostess. DORCAS CLASS HOSTESS backgrounds. A direction UaH.I toe
Present, besides hostesi.nd racketing AM FlORAl EDGINGS
.. were. Mill Barban Mil Mrs E. L. Lawrence *.i hoi AND INSERTIONS..., be obtained. by .
Miss Sally Suber, Glenn teM to the Dbrcai Class of First wading a .......... Mll-oddr iwd *B. Kr
Salem. I* la* M"*"dWw" rk Dpt ol this i
Bob Eastwood, J. W. Baptist Church on June 32 at Electric Has I
pooper nqiMslutg Ledst No.
", Frank Hsusman and her home on W. Mowry at ThoM ,
Schumacher attending wen Mn. Othella t 1t
\ \\ Redd, Mn. T E.. KirbY, Mri. C. Philco Appliances EJ.m.j .,

I V Barnes, Mr. T, D. Ptche. Mr. j '
Mrs. Jew Gossman, Mrs S. A
Prlaeetn. PL a(2
.
,
Turner and Mn. II. J. Davie. jI
Reliable Cookies and' lime sherbet were

I, rived .
Mrs. Davis Invited the group ;
to hold the July meeting at her ,Check Your Raincoats Jackets! ,
home, (1 N. W Fourth it ,
; RHie Repairs
I MICHAEL 8C1IMCNK Now thai the Sal..y din are here, better have yew

: MA1KBIRTIiDAT ralneoata' << and jarketa wade water-repefent. Take' Gas-Oil Products '
them te Inc.
Backed br Michael Schmunk, eon of Mr.
and Mra. Richard Scbmunk of ,
( 15 years Gf experience.: Florida City, marked hU fifth Of Florida

\ his birthday.hone anniversary. June 19 at TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS I

j Neighborhood youngsters. helped VIC COOK nemestead. M&UCer.nONE.II d,
: :Your RCA Victor 'S. K. First Ar*. W. W REVERT, Mir. Phone III .
Michael celebrate: with a birthday FLAGLER AT DOn

Radio and Tetarisloa cake and Ice cream. .
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ICI >4PrO CIWCKVgS' From Your Purina Dealer :: I J1j


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,f .. 3)OF yOUR CALF WILL It CUES A FINE/5THANKS TO ffe>4 .a.. Dry Cow Wheil lite ,, ,

: N. KTMM r..*.. OS i.3. GROW THE LAST TWO fljJ STRONG CALF! PURINA N..da-Wbas sa.. ......It Mat ,

MONTHS, MA ,, ,, During Ihei dry period-your"cow
( I needs to be In good condition build )
a big calf. .
1 ai r >; 'taea D ara.ow elp pdownooay' #\ .:

a j h cow trouble each e v w y ,and udder bouble, Get Purina D i ':,'
f t Chow *- a
> ... .today/ ,

111 N.CLASSES E. Iii St. MUasJ, FU. GJede & Greve 8."ly f'..

imkI* Aa cr..udarnolsa i \' S. W. 2.1 Bt, Manley Ce'l
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LEADER.BNTRRFRIS PrMa. ", )9. ......?
'fiOULDS, BAPTISTOIURCII John Stewart Called to Pastorate
I for **>*; M atrM Mjh >*MJ>aHC <

SLATES; In Goulds, Will Be Ordained SundayJohn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING :en 4434 ftWBiftVMi- at fAM1Mt 40.4.9f' MM MMl I PLOItINCR1a.1.


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REVIVAL SERIES Stewart, who. IMS been The candidate was
educational aUnctar 01 the wttti the South Mlaau BaatM h
Couldi Baottat Church la now Church as assistant to the pastorHe ... 10

The Rev Quln Cooper of{ mlled to the church a* pastor. Is one of the Stale Brother-. P'9............ .................... OUTBOARD IIQMOTO". AMONG OUR MANT EfsWIM6S ttepfdr
I Park Baptist Church, Mlsmi and will be ordained Sunday at hard Oee-freakhsaU. a.4 U pa* 14 ft. plywood runabout WHtlI :
lead the OouMi Baptist .p.1I\ president of the Miami A.ticIMl ......- For Rtnt hp. Jehnaon tad trailer.\ tM
rdi In aerie of evanfclie* 14 ft Ramsey with tl hp.Nemal'7 Curb senile
Mr Stewart, bon June I. ttoe, '
i service for the week of July to Mr. and NFL Jesse t. Stewart On June 16, ".. he married ......................-..-........H motor and trailer, *4MII .. NEW 1-BMmOOM CM. ATTACHED
Mill Panels MeOanM of Charleston ft taottic hull, |TII GARAGe wit* Sh11r.b.et
fMehed his
at Baker Fla. prerequlaiu
.1Mr. Cooper WM formerly with work at Stetson U.lversltr l- W. Va They have four children I For rent-: t-bedroom tarnished ft speedster racing hull |M. laundry Venetian Minds.. Neai 0I
22 Johnson motor till school Assume, ",'01 mar o .
and the Unlvereltr of William Lawrence, Hilary, hone, .U modem twwentmwei h.p.
Carolyn and Patricia Rae. Phone SOT or call It 170 N. W, face with MS per month pay
uao-n
Miami He wlU complete hi* theological Ph. T4J-M-4. ( )
fun Mi at (JI eu) meat. LOW CASH ""WllientTUM" OADOIS row. Itgor
his
JIdhodistHonr.WIOn, work at Southwestern Mr. Stewart began .
Announced by Pastors Seminary Christian service In June of 1M7 [ all K. terra AVt.tM .
for rent: Downstair apt en tIC .
'Th Methodist Hour way be'card 10th rt. Ph. I1-R or see MM We IluyBurlaBags NEAT I.bedroora.mll'\l' horn ( .i te anMWMic ,

over WIOD il 1:10: i. m. Week-end\ Commencement Exercises Set I A. U Unler, X. Kings HighwayOtstf; nkdt 01ao..lC'I't\ d. Be uUfuny grove Nicely landscapedsurroundmfs. fur M seiar)

nnounc the local Methodist ;) Price llfl.WQ.
For Pupils of Church Bible Schools
s1on. REV QUIN COOPERthe and Cotton nap Term, ..
+ The !tao eerie of the Meth-

dirt Hour broadcasts the will\ be date minion board of Commencement exercises art.. held tl 7:80 this evening In th. ROOMS.lien, olt.uptUIrt.",",. perking rroaa-TaotHa.ret We. alas aetl reeendlUea. them. sad FURNISHED l-bedroomfraiM ,Rontstcad OUs o.- t.a1 tit
earl during summer month '
Ken.y wlU t-acres. Modes all cmrpoaea. We aepte4c aAlaitng
church Each department home on
slated weekend the dill, door to restaurant summer rate
this by
tit lUUon lucky M .tate secretary ;
fcver a. network cfMiblle In- and glatlng ,'"( attn -*.
service Five evangcliit He I II reported to be 'vacation Bible schools of Firs have a part on the program.Highlight by da;* or week Gateway Gao* A.B.C. BAG CO. kitchen! new alliance (
programs. I eluding aulomatle' washer, 81 If, W. Sn4 *V P one 171.
Homestead Presbyterian
(JIlt)
Snve
First Methodist, of 154 S. Krcme.
ra 119 the network of the a dynamic speaker, end every one Bsptlst Home .
them Religious Radio Con. In this area I* most cordially in. Palm Methodist and HomHtHctPreab'terl.n ( commencement exerclMat 944 N. W. 5th Art, I Bearing trove l-car rsraiePrice
7 80 this evening will be the tlt, OO. Tetma.
churches
: '
riled to hear him.
begin It* brotdcuU Miami
nee with PANTING and lC: tAtnt4.
showing of movies of the echo For rent: 1-bedroom rul'llllhtd
wenl1-.Iw; ststlons. In the five "If My PfO t." will be the A picnic for members of the taken by Edw. Morrl..,. Film home In country Echo JordanReg. .Pbeae gt2171GRAFTED ONLY 1500 DOWTf. LOS Interior and exterior. McUasl.

nrt' time the popularity of thl.ver.t theme for the week. Sunday school Bible school of First and Baptist the Bunch Churcl;, of the IChool of '... taken by BtlLounibury \ Broker Ph. TW-J. monthly payment. One-bed Phone 746-R. (pall r)
different rellgloui broad.eaeta home. Priced al ,
: grew until now 111 radio nlght'i menage to be Why Have will be held at 6:SO this arenas' also will be viewed room frame
iation* donate their time for Revival'!" Service* will begin In the city park. Commencemen Each clas will have part In uprogram IS.OM. Lawn mower rental' <,and "M"
after which an exhibit I and t room furnished kitchenette FRUIT TREES Kraison
SILVER PAWt.StRVlCE.
exercises will be held at a o'clocl i :
rtllgloui broadcasts each night at 8 o'clock.
school work will be bet eotuge Low summei and many" other special .
Sunday evening In the churcl of the ear Palm,ctr. tt'Newtes re. n.SBIW1. .
auditorium. After the service, and refreshment will be ..rvtd. rates. Pleasant grounds for chll JOHNNY LEI NURSERY raft COMPUTB REAL : ..(MU)
received Invlutlons dren. 4 mile N. of Homestead 01 Halnlla Drive ".11. West .
friends will jx The parents have '
the Invited parents to view and the school's handcraft to attend commerce U. S. L Redland Court Ph of C. B. I al Oe.l.s ESTATE adVICE .*. :. I., .. I '.

1r ( and work exhibits, and refreshments ment for more than 70 pupils c I $57-R-4. (mlttt;) The best for lees. Plant .now .
will be served. Pest the Silver Palm. school at 103: RICHARD FUCHS hrjI

enrollment of the school! was 213! this morning Each department Registered )Broker Mortgage LoalitI
Room for one or two people' ,
the -
and the attendance wai will have a part on program
1 average The handicraft will be dl.pl.yPdon close In, near eating places:. Used water tank and heater, lab IL lisle and Fsje Betnar I
185. tablet In the rendition hal!, cheap rate. IT N. W let st cheap. J. N. Roberts Bush'i Barber Registered Salesmea Insurance' fund KomttcoraVmerclal.
Pupils of the First Methodls and refreshment will be served (alltf2room ]) Shop, (J2tf) : Industrial: No chVrge: .
a Wha'e' school will exhibit their work It 1111 N. Federal U",.. ) '
for Inspectkm. Qudld
commencement<< exercises to be Phone 11} P.O. Box ttt : -1

apartment with balhroert For tale; Family milch cow, half;

II:' '' ''''"::1':1"'''''':: :::' :: '''" lOW ,.. ell hy. . and electric lights. Avallabli Jersey, halt Guernsey, gentle Members of Commerce of Chamber .,Eleanor FroscKerjf I
\4'
of'a buy May I. Mrs. Clara Barber, 8 Ph. 789-J. Realtor, .
TASTY TIPS REPAIRS andACCESSORIES Redland rd. (alltf)
.
I4T .. nagter 'Pk.JIM)
Look over these fine I " : !:III"III": ' ' '' III for aale: All varieties of avocado I

Upstairs. apt, 1 rooms 120 month trees, 179 per 100 Brooks-
VEAL SALAD SUPREME Mrs Maud rower Nursery, Inc (m2tf) I tI'AND StmVEYlNOHomertsa . ,
used cars today I .uOl..ar.GMAC PLAN summer rent. Engineering Co. registered tan
2 cups diced cooked veal Chandler, Silver Palm dr.,' Inc ,
), 1 cup French dressing house vest of Tenn. rd. (mUtt,) irveyor. F. DuvalIv..tt (IK ALEX LANICR lor' WfUdrilling.
XNCRETB BLOCKS ill Uses.Brace's Hugh N.'Eo Kings HiCkwaf.Pn. :
diced Service .
1 H cup cup diced pineapple ............. .. .. Block Co, Naranjs, Ha. SIT or W.after Sealer 5 p. m. eil-R. **(
Phone
'41 Ford 4-door Super de Luxe. H cup cooked peasI Phone S72. 7B2-W. -t .1

I: Clean as a whistle. Maroon pimiento, finely diced I Reasonable Prices For Sale-Miscellaneous (mlttf) txpert watch' and )*wlry repairing ;:

=t t paint ....."...".........""......'......... $975 I Vt cup tablespoon petanlI mayonnaise ................ ....................... S ie++......:-r-.............................. S.Krome All work Phone guaranteed.111. 1014.tt( Malta.IB ( >>.>'

I II LettuceMarinate Quality Workmanship SIGrt !
I the veal In French I Large site crib spring mattress, Miscellaneous

'48 Plymouth 4-door Sedan. New off dresilng for dresilng.30 minutia Chili. Drslr Mix W.(20 7th Mrs.it. B. DeNlaco, US(pJSO) N.). Marks ................-.............. We buy, Mil and trade ffuft* bks
excess! Herman II
light gray paint. Good tires. OB pistol of all kind.. NtllVtl a.Krems
veal lightly with remaining Ingredients. OVERHAUL Phone lit (el4-U)
I' A-No.-l mechanical conditlon$1295 Serve on lettuce learn ENGINE 1 ADIO REPAIR-Oulrk 1OrYtee. ,
'
or In lettuce cup. Four servings 0 For sale? 22-fU CABIN BOAT."Eddie" ,. Alt work guaranteed Prlrcatonable. .1
BRAKE SERVICI I.w.rbullt.11t't . .. Robert J. Brook. Mndleai
.. ,
e "' """ "' "' '' ''''''''''' Poll HARDEN RauUni
.I north of
Can
be
condition seen on Mowryit. obertt rdt just
to. 1 '46 Buick Model 51 4-<100r Sedan. CHOPS, FRIED APPLES MOTOR TUNE-UP canal. $600. Ralph Hunt Ph. For Sale-Real EstateII I I rive, Florida City. Phone J4-1l r, topsoll potting soil said rack:

Very clean, excellent condition 0 S7. ((1130)) ...................... ......... tilt Ph. I4J-R Writ ELI Bet
f" Pork chops and spicy fried FRONT END ALIGNMENT I- 14-A, Homestead
I mechanically .-.....-..."........*.....$1125 ipples make mealtime news. To o '
t prepare core big cooking apples FAINTINGBODT For sale: 17-ft. American trailer acre! *-* In plneland, I cleared;

1' ind slice Into tk Inch rings. Add e with bed, gas stove, Ice box, 4 In young bearing avocadoa GROVE MOWINO. Carl: Th4iL .

1 '4fif Studebaker Champion Regal ,the apple slices to hot pork drip AND FENDER eater Complete as Is, $375. Jack High and.,dry. $SeoO. Waldln dr Board Your Dog' Rt, 1, Box 4 J,, HOAesteaA"(oU
? I pings. Combine sugar, nutmeg, REPAIR Levy, Ph. tea (JSO) I between' Robert and Redlandrds i'Akh.CIIl.( l. ,' Xing*.' ,.,.)
,Ii f 4 deluxe convertible. All accessories cinnamon and salt and sprinkle o Ph. 'STS-J, (J30)) Phone 627-X-W (!4( '

and over-drive. One mixture over apple rings. Cook BEAT COVERS
i four minutes,, 1848 Kaiser, less then 11,000 -
for three or
rings
condition.
,
:: local owner, A-l turn and sprinkle other side with ornola0TERExaUNDERCOATING mile Sacrifice, settling an ettat. $4 Week, -f,

r 'New top ............. ......"'.........$1495 the sugar mixture. Cook the apple o .. May be seen at lilt N. WIn Den). Warren Morris Violet R. Dolts .;:
: rings over low hest until !. ave (JSOU)
nearly transparent then arrange o Registered Real Estate Broker $15 a Month is now associatedvVith: ,

Pontiac-8 Convertible. Blacktop on pork chop platter POtCELAINinNaLUBRICATION ItlU Chevrolet Delivery, good ,.
: 47 ._ Credit Bureau of,
...._ condition, very reasonable Ph.
V light gray paint. ,Goodcondition o S5W Homestead (pJJO) 1 house for rent, 3 Leave him in Homestead

., t .."'......."'................-..1245 BRVNCII BISCUITS 0GENERAL houses for sale at a while oil'kennels . .:
.,
you ", ,
Brunch! calls for something a REPAIRS
t f little bit out of the ordinary. Next o Eclipse POWER MOWER with bargain. go on your vaca-
'42 Hudson 2-door. Good i paint, ,lm* you're making hot biscuits A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO 38-ln. sickle bar. Practically n DO reliable rfatah rajxirteiWood
tor this occsilon, add chopped BUMPER SERVICE new, guaranteed. Sell for half 2SI .S. K>wne Are Ph. Ill tion. Jewelry, MeOrorfRW
tires, engine, and gears. .. Ph. 252 W1. (J30) tad" C
.J" deviled ham to the dough for a! 0 prlC! ) '
Needs' seat covers ...?..-...... $195 ?assnt l surprise BUDGET PLAN IF DEfttRED. .. ,1".: ;
,
FAT AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKER Z Zvatb.e
r o I-ft de luxe Coldipot REFRiGERATOR EURElAIEmLS buy old gold. Teeth, 0'4' tie5L
UVER ROLL-ITS SERVICE recently recondlloned \ etc. MeU'a II 9. Kwa*. *
r.r I 0 $50. Ph. Perrlne W. a LOVELL, Pt* .. '(*14f
Strips of liver and sausage are J'lSZ.j30)) Try U When You NeedA Newton Rl, 1 ML M. *f '
joined for clever serving Cook . j
Buick & Pontiac the bulk sausage over low heat Haircut or EvekDr.Fk. V '
PerriM 101m'Ooln WanW ,!:
until brown and crumbly. Combine
machine In
Bird Chevrolet Co. Hot Point wathlng
With bread crumbs, chopped Shave .
Robert l' ." '
Mrs.
condition.
r very good ..-..
Preston', B. Bird Motor Co. onion ipoontul and on seasoning each slice. of pile liver a, 117 K. haste Ave. Glenn, Sr. Ph. lot. J23tf) Bttrei _.__ t>* q

roll and wrap each liver roll with Homestead, Ft*. -I have -. W* Ark Wanted to buy: Farmatt IfiWtof
to Little Rock
,
a slice of bacon. Brown the rolls Pbeae N Medicated) 1.N with cultivator Ph. TttrljnT38H.
Ave. at 5th St. Phone 484 laanpee ( round July 10. Take 1 womaicouple.
South Krome la a .frying-pan, then remove to :'<(1'1< ,")
o .
Facial Pack __ tl 0' Share driving and ex .
.r baking dish, add Vi cup water WithChevrolet 50-lb. '
22 Years plot.) lit pen.*. Reference I
and cover: Bake In 150' T oven Mamas ( exchanged.pJ20.i eICTITI0Vi11Rat.
, ( 'I IOou14. :
I for' 45 minute During the last. CemUoaUet Facial __. IS* lIo"nINDia.
15 minutes of cooking remove ICE BOXES ... a ae.ha ss: +''tIIII'11..1 tidM.k5. .
Teal ___ lit wet b.r.oa wee W0I.
the casserole cover to brown tot ::.,. Nweuowt I.dse.4 d.bee.
and servlci w..1
sales
pumpi
1.. ,.
blCon.I $14.95Overseas Mustache Trim IaW.a r1tw
SILVER PALM SERVICE. Bll.ver I. w"t ,16.51anon
? NURSERIES " e
. '. DOLL ShMBH (Plata) _, tit Palm dr. It Newton rd. Ph. ewrt,Hai obi a.. Liar..
I
.II V. s. 1 at Naranja-Esit of Wishing Well Bait & IJ-W.l. (JWBer :)I YI rphew.A dada "if'


Phone 574-XJ .I Tackle ShopS.KremeAveMF BUSH'S .. II... .aw ', "J"Bfnson

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SATURDAY. lair' I SINGLETON. ARTHUR LAKE InBLONDIE'S Redtand) Road betwees Avocado and Blacayot Ortre
\;,.. JOE PALOOKA. LEON ERROL 111 HERO"And Roofing of AU Kinds
TAKES A CHANCE"JOHNNY RET. SMILEY BURNETTE la
-HUMPHREY CHARLES STAR
.. MACK BROWN In "RENEGADES OF THE SAGE" Poared-in-Place Gypsum Decks PIanoforte and theory .I""(

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am' rVwtlf'UNI Merlin Ms.g<.' Joins State 8-LEADBR.ENTERPRISE Fr W Jane 30,1960 HULK The only "rigid diving gwrUM .
ALL-STAns PLAyA ran lined hitting etMSks to IJ Sports Club Federation 1' r, I *) we des equipment :'j

eonaecutlve genet., tad DIet Id. (CaIiIMIed ninth' Pigs One) Mtlte The others with =
E MIAMI TEAM wards took the toad In the beta I Plans Boat Races Fishing Tourney CHAMBER SAYS It ne fly by ..*. t" ...... I Crlla, Jr of Oeveiaad. .Lard MM ed masks made short
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run derby 'by hiding hto fifth .behind The next Meettegof the boardof en die eoeae. While ar/lfanlM only. After approximately seven
the light pelt la.left oetiU director win be a luncheon tram the ebartar boat, Bait Aaai, .hour* of ooBtlnuoui diving, McJ '
HERE SATURDAY sieve heeds moved law UM., tklsh Isitnisnssnland plans art under way fee a sane- SIGN UP PAINTED on July II Phone your dumber Or. tide had ped ana sf the. Kee led recovered seven more/
toad In betting with .417, followed filchflaking tamed rate to be held at Hew*. office, No ..., for MeervatitM. tusk and the two remaining of the huge Ivory lUlU and var
by Billy Vsrte with All) Oln Plan for the entrtrUlirawnlcommittee aired Bayt-oat Park: with eatrit The IMIauid District Chamberof cannon on the ocean Door DrCrUe feu ether Hem. } j
By BOB lArrwooottontmulng cooper with .400, Johnny Benatdo provide for a "free from alt over Florida. ATTOAILKROMEBy Conutteree members, through was aoeempanled by .bin One of the three ?.500-poun4

: I policy of bringing with Ml, and Richard free In the V. F W. elubleYNTuesday : For those who ,are not outboard their all representative! board of wife and their al. children who cannon and roost of the rest of ,
i Homestead.Ovtrsess Schmunk with Ml. night, new meeting data enthusiast. plan are In CECILIA OUTA directors: la making every effortto were spending a twoweeklKI- the 200-year-old find will W i
bell club
the belt Co .
{ rimiss;; Sullivan haj .467 In II! of the club. The date was changed the making for organization of a Secretary ef Re4Un4. DMrlrt give the Redland District all Hon taking 1 underwater motion displayed at the museum .an
and Tackle All- the service and within
Bait assistance
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Umei at bat from Wednesday In order to Chamber at CeauttetwoRichard picture and spar fishing. McKee ,
Stan will" play Pan American I avoid conflict with the summer Gat Blast Hums Man their scope and power. Their They contacted Hamlln and The museum's building active
heft tomorrow night. Pan Am..l.eall 1oy ruche was appointedby representative has Just returned to blast the lure are progressing, '
Gets Citation half-holiday made preparation reported
lead Miami' top league, Welcomed a* new member I Damages House, Garage the director: at their meeting from the Southeastern State coral wreckage by using 23 itlckt McKee yesterday, "and; we expert ,
'Mobre Park, which Includei tuck For Landing Dolphin I June 27 to serve aa the authorized Chamber Executives Institute at
of dynamite. a good season even It
W. O. Fra- Rufelaen the
Tuesday night were Henry received leg
Hill N. fortified ;
powerful team a* Turner'ssports agent to negotiate the rentalof Chapel C, with
J. S. Jen+ Billy tithe burn June 22 In McKee and Fielding Coast Guard might have Ideas of '
Shop and the Firemen, Marathon, June 2 -J. M Shaw,, tour en an explosionand the chamber building to the ways and meant of being of Just then
and Alsn R. EngelbrlghtTht fire at hi* home on A. Ruff, offIcerS of Treasure. using the corporation's yacht j
,both of whom defeated Cleat-war it Me |], of Ilomeatead was trove Everglade National Park. greater aid to the Redland com ,
Quail Roost dr Ht was returned Inc. with Slater arrived fully ba.In'1I a bate 'In case' j
with Club
credited here today a ctta Redland Sportsmen'
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ter, one of the top team thtentlr munity.
The new' rigs on the Tamtam! "Of the billion of
entered home after treatment at James equipped with diving gear to tx- dollars worth,
Uon-wlnning dolphin In ha* been admitted to membership
,, country, Trail donated The hospitality of the people ,,
to area
your of treasure lying at the bottom
Smith
the general division of the Florl. lit the Florida Federation of Out' Archer HospitalThe plore the wreck alta.
On Tuesday, July 4, Key Welt through your Redland District of 'NortlCarolina/ and their of the In
sea rotting
ships, only
'd' Keys summer fishing conteat: ; board dub, Inc. Membership explosion occurred as Ru- McKee succeeded: In persuadingthe <
comet In for i gala festival, firework Chamber of Commerce,, by the chamber of commerce, together the some (00 million dollars have! I
abandon planof
dol. lastats pouring Into others to
Young Shaw caught the entitle the club to participate Felaen was gasoline
., fish try, and double- Packer Display Co. has just been with the outstanding calibre and
been accounted for '
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ht according
which, tit
phin the ..llIhtlhe.vlelt to bt wide competitions and ''In Irrigation system pump Just using dynamite
header. Th,, flrrt game will bi it completed by Eugene Cooney, practical training of their Instructors of
registered thus far In the I- I outsldt the garage. The flame aid, would destroy the lite and a survey 70 old treasure'
4 m, followed by the V. F. W. sign painter of Weal Mowry at under the excelled .
p ship Only Davy Jones ha lull)
week-old event, on 24-lhreti) gutted the garage, destroyed\ a ruin all chance of recovering:
J'qx.( fry at 6:30, the second game WANT ADS PAY and damaged the Go out and take a look at It- supervision of the director of relic Information about other rich but
line he fleshed from the Island breeteway
.t 710: and the fireworks liter .r with a* Capt. Dill Wee house entrance.WATER. boost your pride In your area- the Institute made this not onlyan Eventually the three parties luckless vessels, the NsUcttai
on. Oversea Bait and Tackle you can't mist It unforgettable week of educational joined force and spent the rest Geographical Society state. >Iq 1 '
it West The entry pub the boy well value, but one of sombre
split two ganne Key Anyone may have mimeographing of the day Investigating rive once Instance alone 85 million i
last l Saturday, M close games are up on the Hat of contender for consideration for every Ameri rs
done at the chamberoffice. tusk were recovered: by Crlle, dollar In gold and silver bulUMtiwent "
the AI Docrmani) trophy, the can. In thli latter connection, the
expected again, Member" will receive: a McKee and Slater down with, 14 treasure J
the third round award that will\ go to the boy, ditcount Letter service Is feature board of director of 'Our chamber In the al
Monday, com a On Sunday, organized a* ont ships hurricane of 111'.
petition begins and alt the club making, the best catch( of th.I e too. voted to purchase SO copies unit, they arrived for action off Long Cay, Fla.
tourney of I booklet compiled by the
start over again with a clean Is there a piano In the house,

klatt. All ale team art claiming 9 4.11 Boys Win Trips I one you are not using? The United, States"Socialism: Chamber In America"of Commerce !,
victory, and we won't try to pick chamber building still needs apiano
the winner unless we can borrow To Short Course to be distributed among their re* ;
Camp for those youth dances we Reliable Used Cars
somebody' crystal ball. ; 1t fe are anxious to begin at popular apectlve: civic groups. Any one ,
obtain at the cost
Nine local : may a copy
boys were among ,
Ample Indlcatloni that "thislima prices to all.\ BUT we do need "
be different" the more than 100 who attended! price to your chamber of 15c:,
it's gonnt were b plenaThe
\ the annual 4-11 district at I IC.mp Keep yourself Informed-every I
demonstrated by this week'l up. camp BOY chamber office Is Automobllee mar beeeme acsrce Dola't take a ebaneeI [
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McQunrrlt In the Ocala : American' should read It You
,.,tt The. alwsyl-clos: Baptlatl ing services for Its members ..
National Forcit The young camp ... don't seed to buy Iti; Just coma buy e ged ear sow .
8-run
TOM up with i righteous Filet art In the of arrangement -
process In and .read It
era, awarded the trip for excellent
ratty In the first Inning to topple i PORTABLEELECTRIC
to make It easy to find
lint place Tivtmler I to 8. work, were Jimmy Dykes,, i 1949-Dodge Coronet Sedan Radio
Kari and Eddlt Little, Billy Turner, Henry I I the things you want. Niece; "Auntie why ,li !It Uncle,
WAit Home Ruttkt runs by paced Johnny the attack. Turner, Joseph Lowe, Walter I .. If you I have suggestions for the hasnt any hair" plastic seat covers..............................$1750. ,
:*ln, Karl Smiley, Jimmy ,I food of the community that ;you Auntie: "Why, I It's( because Ve t
lA other upwU; Uorne'i rook- Thompton and Torrent Williams WATER COOLER know are possible make them is a wise man and thinks so 1948-Dodge Custom 4..cloor Sedan........ .$1350:
lei aecond straight by
won Jhelr The 14 boy from Dade County I t' known to ;your chamber Your much. You see. It hasn't time to, k'
slaughtering lint round winnerV. were accompanied by Chna. HSteffanl. chamber'netldl your help. grow" 1949-Dodge 2-door Sedan new paint, .

Jo. I T,. and W, b.n the Florida unbelievable City Fire It county agent. and Lawrence r e elf DaMsel Remember Redlanders, that Niece:'"Then, Auntie, why' Is It radio ...................................................1395, ''
smashed second place Mitch! Edwards and Archie McIntyre rnhuloul Mnt this area Is a haven, a Utopia- that you have so much hair"
fntn aaalatant awnt. In the United States of America Auntie; "Now dear, run along 1946-Dodge Custom 4-door Sedan
IlL IS to I. Anything can happen
\In, tflamondball and usually. dues Earlier, Joseph tome was aggro Ofllns, CliktRscsjtk where free thinking free enter and play and don't tire Auntie Radio, new paint, practically new '.

every night.These among the ten Dado County 4-H a ROMI prise, fret voicing, AND the with questions."-Ex. tires .............-...........\...........................$1 075 "
upsets and the fact that boys at the annual five-day abort ,_ "pursuit of happiness" are your

tettmd through llxth placet course at University rf Florida .L lebbles lie. RIGHT and your PRIVILEGE. Pat, paying his respects: at the 1947-Ford 2-door Sedan -........................... 5895-'
won't ''be decided until the last The group was accompanied by Remember too, that the ChamMr death of Mike looked very dejected t
game tonight demonstrate' the McIntyre: and John D. Campbell, of Commerce Is an organization A neighbor, noticing 19j7-Plymouth DeLuxe 4.door Sedan ;

I closeness of the league 10 you aanlitant agents. to promote of VOLUNTARY and protect the members progress Pat'thetic'ally sad, demeanor"You'll said mia tympa him, Radio .................................................... 5950\\
don't want to mill a game PO.TMLI-Ilgbt10weight,
You Cururd It! MVMUTtOMAIV-auppllea, esty of a community. The first I won't you*" "Well, I don't know"replied '
fur 0 to muve.CAimir
The schedule rode: tonight Qfflie Boy: "MaJav? \ \the! palatable each drinking hour.water -matching ateel cabin of Its kind was established by Pat, "but I do know 111 I All seed tan llated aItove'art IUlT.nll-rd.
doubh>*headr, Home BaplliU afternoon off?" person l..iI.bl.llluw cO.I..Iewlul FREE MEN In the year 1768-It, I miss what he owed me.;-Ex.
and Mltchell-V.r.W.t; Saturday, Employer: "I suppose' ao. No NO PLUMIIHCI-Iutt| I'lulllnlo
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loom
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cheap these
transportation
Pan American vi. Overseas Call doubt your grandmother- health see :
and Tackle; ,Monday, Bapllsts- Office Boylow: \ did you

Mitchell; Tuesday, Key Went vs upiir"ilrT; '"She's*making her first 1937 Ford Sedan ................ .5175
Overseas Bait end Tackle at 4 win flight. -Ex, What ?

pm and T,SO p, m,; Wednesday, Harris Refrigeration Co. ., Happens 1&37 Ford 2.door Sedan ..5160
V. F: W.Florlda City, Thursday, TnneontstnlnatedMsnagert' u

Mitchell-Home; Friday, Florida ) "Do you find thai . when your slice goes thro.xlisomeone's ,
Clty-BapltiU; Saturday, Holly Mlaa Parka has a clear mind?" 110 N. Krome Ave. Phone 196
wood All Start va.,Ovtrieal Bait I Aaalatant: "Oh, definitelynever I windshield, or anyone
and Tackle. hat a thing In_It."-Ex. of a dotes golf fishing'and other ESTAVER-LONG MOTORS INC.,. rj
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