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: August 4, 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 )
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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: VID00724
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Year. No. 31 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960 ,.w"" rice 6 Cenu

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: I CLERK CHIEF Planning Expert Meets FHA OFFICIALTO TilE WKATHEU !PRES. CHANDLER OF FFVA SEES

Girl Saved With Florida City Hoard ...wwul-am-_*_. <.,-IM WI a". _yaoua.......

John O. Preston, president 01
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NOW HAVE. AIR : the Florid and Zoning Federttlon Boards of, Planning met INVENTORY 90 Mu4MUI 71 3007 I wr.ia.uJuly27 008' DR. JULIO FORCADE MANAGER

Wednesday in en advisory capacity July 38 91. R7 3000 ,
with the new Florida City July III 91: 64 2093 ,
I At Bay Park Pool; board. Preston contributed technical July 30 83 64 2B98 L LOldcndorf
CONDITIONINGAir and legal knowledge In LABOR CAMPS July 31 92 67 3007 IOFCUBA GROWERS ASSOCIATION I

helping the board set up an overall Aug. I 001 3006 trAug
plan for Improvement ol I 007 3003 t.ll1IC (

Guard Here conditioning has been In.I Florida Board City.Secretary Joe Kellcher Members of the new Home' twiRl Trained Dr. Julio Furcidt of Havana,
Assigned tailed In Urn offices of City I N. Walker AssociatedWith 1
: conferred Thursday with Chi
trad housing authority will meet To Maintain New Engine: wcretary-maniger of the Cuba I
Clerk R. E. Edwards: and Police of
Harvey the
county planning
Baptist Inxtiluto
Chief Wm. F Brantley it Home- Monday wllli R K Bates, awls.tang Vegetable Grower Anoclatlon,
board and DVIght E. Wardlawon
j director of the Federal I loin- Ted Uldendoif, city light plan net In Oouldi Saturday with
Head city hill. The chief office plans of the board. The Rev C. N. Walker, a former -
II I abe l has been outfitted with new inn Administration, fur an In.' pastor of the First. .t Baptist emplovt, left Tuesday for Belch Luther I.. Chandler, president. of
I A narrow! escape' from drowning NEW\ \WEAPON furniture. tentory of the RpdlMnd Dihtrlcl'stwo Church of Homestead, has resigned Wl II., to attend one-wee.1) he Florida Fruit ind Vegetable f

wn suffered( by Mary Ann A imall ante-room to Mayor GLENN snlITIiVOUNDED farm labor camps, The authority (the paslorste of Bethel training course it the Fairbanks Growers ,Association for study
Teddlle, five-year-old daughterof Livingston's office It being remodeled Baptist Church of Kocruni, Fla., Morse Co. factory In the main .
wit recently sponsoied by jf f Florida Cuban competition, \
I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Teddlle of TRIED OUT IN for use of Edw. Hickson to become iiiorlatnl with the lenanre of the two new genera.Mrs -
new tax iseior"' A window hasbeen \ IN the Hump-lead city: council for Baptist Bible Institute In! Lakeland recently Initialled at th for the winter' vegetable market
Kings Highway, Saturday afternoon cut and I door moved to I npeiatloii, of Camp Redand: for lie will become business Blunt The company| I III paying) th' Within e week or ten day,
ii she played with an Inner nlOSQUITOVAR\ provide better use of floor apace. whiles mid South Dade Camp for manager as well .. professor training end' Chandler will go 'to Cuba to

: tube In the pool( it Jlomelte.dDa'front Exterior Improvement Includethe KOREAN WARFirst m-Rroes. homilctirs and the Old Tentsment The 18UII-h( ) p. generators, will center with association directors
Park. The area was sprayed Wednei* Installation of new sun and The federally owned campi are I Mr, and Mrs Walker will live an Individual capacity nf 1,12'
storm shutters. being tranxfcrred from the Jurisdiction and to nuke plans for in all-
In a acuity apartment on the k w, were given I trial run heron
Found fare downwardon day morning by a low-nying homestead
floating canuMlly reported
of the U, S. Dcnaitmont cimpus of the institute. July 20 tinted for a forma out conference of the Florida I
the tube, the child I was given plane of the Dade County Mot- In the Korean Is Pit
war of Agriculture to that of F. II. A., I
artificial Mrs. Walker, also I barber it acceptance from the company a' Cuban group Chandler tayi It I
respiration by Ben quito.Control. 41 lillVE BLOOD Glenn Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs for operation by (oral housing
Shuler and David Frledrlchs, lifeguard ; the Institute writes friends here it early date the englnei cost li hoped that a working agreement
The county li trying out a new Elmer J. II Smith of the municipal groups, of non-profit farm 'SIO.rl.llonl. that she has authored a book $M M3I, exiluHlve of comple t tI
of Homestead's be for thlinext
I municipalpool can adopted ue
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In addition to the two .
which will be the market In equipment mid Iraniportation
insecticide agalnit the hordes of trailer park. According ta. on mentiry
who was at the park on his NEED PROMPTS
I campi here, there me' *lx others Isle t. and InNtallvtlon rotIlI. aeaaon. ,
/ day off Dr Jos M. Burton administered peit which seem to have developed telegram, young Smith wit in Florida and SI elsewhere In Auiuit.Business I Similar conferences whhh he

oxygen 11th. chile resistance to the stand slightly wounded in Korean! the United Slates, I and cither official of the FFVA
i t W.I'being carried by ambulance ard DDT. Being given a trial I.I Is FALL ROUNDUPFortyone fighting An nil-day survey of the campi Takes Leap Northward''Vith held with Mexican grower aiwiclatlon -

:1 to James Archer Smith Hoipltal. mixture of chlorduna ind Ho and a outer brother, Pfe: will be made with I noon meet I groupa led to a tomato

r After an over-night slay it the BUG liueclltlde widely used by 1 pints of blood were Eugene J. Neumann, son of Mrs. Inn it the Country Kitchen In Completion of Ruff Building I quota agreement between Florida
ho plta" Miry. Ann was returnet donated I Gould Members of tho local I
Friday at the community Smith, enlisted I together almoM l i ind Mexican grower which li
to her home. farmers. Some headway Is reported rnund-urt of South Dade three years ego. Mr. and Mrs I homing group are R. 0. Somere.ft. now before the date depailnmnt.
The near-drowning of the chile allendagainst" the insect Blood Bank-but the need is such Smith went to Seattle two Heath llolden Harold E. Ken The ,extension of 1Iome I"d'. MiCrory itore, emphasize James for approval.
bin prompted) a bar) on the use plague, described as The wont In that plans ire already being made to sec Glenn embark ycersago for dull. Ceo. W. Smith and County business district took a long leap Wollim" manager sod part own The- FFVAcommittee foreign 'C'Ofh'Jt'tltiun| I Ill ,

.,1 .pf inner tubes and all curb arulUiil years \ for another roundup la early Japan where be wse. ltatienell" Agent Che I If Steffanl. Dade northward this week when four er of Wollim A Kendrlik.lowers preparing tactual I Iai ,!
swimmingldv4 I >nneunce October. rt until the outbreak of hostilities" County' Agriculture and LabotAasncisdlen enlerprliei moved 'tit began lt 6y- / by J\IUIOIlw a 'ipnn lafeemioe a ,bpi for the dta h, n
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Superintendent Wm Had- Committee members explain Eugene, Is on duty now In Fort has operated (the 11 by 41 feet comprising the noilr ruarioni of <(tvtleiIwluitry. wltM the Cuban ]
ford. MRS. C. N. MOORE that -despite frlda,.'* contributions Monmouth, N. J, Doth boys attended Tampa for tho pant three yean Ing Into thtlM'W"| Ruff Bulldln den of tho Ruff building Interior The recent revocation ,
(;eo. Mintlus of Homestead the bank Is still "in the Homestead High School under uw permits.The at Krome axe,iiid N. W Itth st walls are flamingo, and fur nf the Mexican trade agreement

baa been engaged as lifeguard aHomeitead ; hole". Of the 41 pint, ten were where Glenn Would have been a two campi were construct within three. blocks of King nlahlngi will be In flamingo make It neoeiury that new negotiation s
Dayfront Park and Is DIES SUDDENLY, credited to tho account of South member of this year's graduating ed by the government at a cost Highway, which at me lime wi white and cream Mr. and Mrt be made with Cuba,
bndergolnf training it Malhcson Dado Junior Chamber of Commerce class of taso.OOO. Seventy-ilx acre Home darted their florist tlio) Chandler explained 1
.*Hammock. SERVICES TODAYMrs. and the remaining 31 Eugene recently received a ftedland Camp, hinted on U S the northern boundary of the just before Faster of this year At present Cub pays a dutyon ,
To safeguard tho increasing pinta fell short of meeting latt I high school diploma*through an I I between Avocado and Biscayne city Their preaent pace li about foui tomatoei of 1.1 cants a pound,
umber of swimmers using the week's 36-plnt deficit which 'rmy( school. driven, hat about 128 buildings Already moved ,In arc three or five timer that of their forma' but cancellation of the Mexican
f' 001 I I. not yet' officially opened Chan. N. Moore of Jacksonville has been Increased by additional J plus a complete water pumping former occupants of quarters In quarters In the arcade, treaty U expected; to ,hike tho,
If> Guard Charlie Wheeler has Brach, the former Sarah demands. Fifty-one offered bloodat stators and sewage disposal plant" the McCrory Arcades Homestead Huff ha. the aouthoaiit corner' rate to 1.1 rent from Nov. IS
been transferred here from Cran- Charlotte VIMen of Perrine, died Friday's roui\d-up\ but ten DEATH CLAIMS There are five administrative Insurance Agency, operated by office of the building fur his In to Mar. 1, and to 1,1 cenU from
,don Park. unexpectedly of a cerebral hem. were rejected. building, eight utility buildings, Fielding A. Ruff, owner of the lurinie" agency, 10 by 24 fact Mar. I to Nov. 14.
Ceo Arbojast/ end Ted Walker, orrhnge Monday night at her The co-operation of the sponsoring i laundry and sanitation facilities' new building; Flowers by Agnes. with Turner icing the ouihw!i. ... --- -. -
both of Florida City, have been home. Tho 21-yenr-old bride of community organizations MRS. ENQUIST and IOB dwellings for accommo owned by Dexter and Agnes tern corner, bock of Ruff, n i
employed to operate the boat I Coast Guardsman Moore will was lauded by (he, blood bunk station of 18S tamllle"liocalcd Home; and Florida Amusement' slam room md repair shop foi ARTHUR RESIGNS
service and supply building. be burled this afternoon In committee with special commendation on a Bfl-nre trail on Co, juke box distribution business Hi coin muchlnciWollam .
the costume she wore it her for Homestead Pros 1910 PIONEER Eo Camplx dr. it TsllHhassce owned by Wm. II, Turner will have the ten tel '
wedding three months a &o. byterian Church, whose minister, rd., the South Dade Camp" has Jr., of t Redland of the building, a double-stors TED CROSS POST
MRS. JEFFREY The body will lie In state until the Rev, Frank L. Flvery, tele Mrs Ellda Christine ', similar water and sewage planti Opening| In the building Sept .pare 30 by 41 feet
noon lode at Dranam's Funeral phoned reminders to his flock Enqulst, and housing for 106 families I will be Wollam & Kendrick The building HI feet t I (mine '
wife of Clans E. of W. ROWA. \
CHAPTER
Home In Homestead The Redlund District Chamberof Enqul.y grocery, which Is now building wide bya feel deep, wan hull 'N ,
'j i Avocado dr., died Thursday
: LAID TO REST The Rev. A I;.. Bridges pastor Commerce had charge of the morning shelves and gradually moving by Frank Kllrk lore) contractor
In James
Archer Smith Hospital Win
and the Rev. Harley R. Core round-up In Arnnt-Smlth V, F. Marilyn Hcthca slock. Until the end of August, within BO days from Die start F Arthur, chairman ofYouth ir
I 76. .
at the of Tin En-
Funersl services for Mri. Celia will conduct the funeral aervlcciit !, W home at 412 N. E Sixth ive lulst had been age In falling health $ ,tNI) Scholarship however, the grocery will continue It li of poncrele! blink and itucct Dade disaster relict I I. one
t U Jeffrey of 901 W. Mowry st, 3:30 o'clock In Perrlno Baptist Members of the South Dade Blood for several to d were conducted Monday afternoon Church, the church In which she Bank committee are Dr. J. A. years. Miss Marilyn !Ik then of Coconut Kromo ive., whkh Is opposite. the tiM. which li "(uarintned for County Chapter of the American
t In the Homestead Church was married. Burial will be In Smith, Dr C. F. Robinson, S. J, The Rev. Otis Green of the Palm dr. has been awardeda fver"i My Klkk, who makes Red Cross who resigned this
of the Naurene by the Rev. Wm Palm Cemetery in Naranji. Lynch, Preston B Bird, T. E Goulds Assembly of Cod will four-year stliolnrnhlp: by FlorIda specially of this type of roof corn week In protest t gslnst "clique,
L. Chambers Jr. Mn. Jeffrey, Coast Guardsmen from the Kirby, W. E. Rheney Mrs. W. J conduct funeral services at 2 Southern College of Lake. SIX OWE LIVES itrucUon. rule" and the ouster of (Chapter
'clock Monday afternoon In the land. The award Is worth $250 a
a '15, died Saturday morning In Jacksonville base who will serve Krome end Mri. Chu. rope Among other business build. Manager Truman T. Solverurl.
James Archer Smith Hospital is pallbearers are: Christopher The list of blood donors reads irinam chapel In Homestead Interment year to be applied on tuition. The C GIFTRESUSCITATOR nut constructed by Kllck Ir Sin Arthur, chairman of can-
TO C OF
;' ifter hiving been In 111 health for Maropls, RMS, John Hammack, as follows: will be In Woodlawn. 00 girls who competed' for the fumeitead ire the Smilh-Grsve) lien and first aid, had not resigned t
.1 J- RMII) Joe Flanlgan, RMI; Charles South Dade Round-up account: Park Cemetery In Miami. three scholarships: offered were Furniture Co itore the Marks' officlslly but I I. "wallin.to .
{ Durlal wn In Miami MemorialS Ewing, RMS; Paul Sherrill, RM1; H. A. Amass, Jr., Dr. F. P. Arch. A native of Sweden, Mrs En- Judged on character grades, ex- building, Orfanedei Shoe Shop, see how Ihl/lll.wo, out". Sofar t
l Cemetery under the direction of and Emmett Jenkins, RMI. er, Jr, Mrs Jack Barnes, NevaN quiet mado her home In New trs-curriculsr activities' ,, personality fnmostend Clam Shop mid tin as could be learned the other "
Brinim's Funeral Home, former. Boildes her husband, Mri. . Bourne,. Phillip W. Bourne York end In Cocoa before coming citizenship special abilities nankin building In Florida City meal personnel have taken no ;
\ ly Turner's Pallbearers were Moore leaves her mother Mrs Dclmar Butler, Roy S. Chandler, here to live and participation In school,church Six-or possibly seven-persons he built packing houses! for ifflclal action.
Ceo. Smith, A. E. Smith, J. F Nancy M. Vihlen and her broth. Robert A. Conover, Helen G. Es- In addition to her husband, ihe and community sctivlties. are alive today because of George Barnes and for Ollithaddock. W. W. JetteraonpallonatVlre./
Rhodes Richard Fuchs and John er, Sidney Vihlen, both of tell. Richard W, Fuchi, M. H. leaves a daughter, Mrs. Arthur ,A daughter of Mr. and Mn the resuscitator presented to president' and manager of the
t Sage of Okeechobee, five grand- Wm. W. Bellies Miss Bathes was Archer Smith Hospital
C. Arrant Perrin. She was a granddaughterof Gallatln. Jean Hlckeon, Raymond James southeastern area, ha come here
the lat. Mn Clara C. Vihlen, C Hippo Evelyn Holden 'thlldren. three great-grandchil valedictorian In June of the this spring by the Redland District
A native of Ashley, O, Mn Masters' )Degrees Won from Atlanta. to try to Iron out ,
j. Jeffrey/ came here S3 and a daughter of the late Claus Edith W. Jackson, Alma Klein, dren, and a abler, loin Anna senior class at Redland High Chamber of Commerce, according the difference between the "outs" ,
yein ego
with her husband, Myen Jeffrey, E. Vihlen, Redland Diitrlct pio E. L Krone. ,_ Naomi' Kufeldt, Wldoff of Brooklyn.the School. to Mrs.: F. U. Weds hospital Hy Dixon, Mix Mustard and the "Ina" who are headedby

who'dedvle years ago neers.Mn.. George W Ledford, Earl S. Lee'I superintendent.The Henry T. Dixon of Coconut Chapter President Chas A.
She leaver: three sons,, Nell Moore was born June 7, Elisabeth W. Melisner, C. E. Local Playground Youngsters Hosts reiusclUtor has been put Palm dr. received a matter of Mill As a former manager of
Jeffrey of South Miami, Loyton 1929 In the family home on Vlh- Mock, Thelmi Pitts, Clifford M., I t.o use many times; she says, but duration degree In exercises held the Dide chapter, Jefferson I I.
and Amet Jeffrey of Homestead; len dr. where she lived until Price I Louise: Pyitt, Elolse B.i! Tonight at House for ParentsAfter In these Instances the sub Jet ti Sunday morning for the Unlver- believed to have a good Inside
a daughter Mrs C. B. Bmtlcy of ,047, when she moved to Perrine. Ruff, Fielding Rut/, Opal Tun- Open had stopped breathing. With Its oily of Mlaml'i lutnmcr-sesilon working knowledge. of the Situa
Auburndale, FU.j and nine She was graduated In 1946 from nell John H. Whichsrd= help, two newborn infants were claw of 132 membera. Dixon li thin
grandchildren. Mrs. Bentley and Redland High School: and liter Jaycee account! Homer H. By-I I Open house of the Homesteadsummer that the Redland District stimulated to lusty squills, a a member of the Kedland High
from the Miami Academy of rum, Grover Clifton, Jr. Robert I I child war saved from choking to Hold \tt
her son, Jack, came here for the recreation will Lions will award prizes for the School faculty and the Active nOr Scouts Will
funeral Beauty Culture. Until her marriage DeWItt, Richard D. Jackson, program best work In the arts and craftsand death .ot a throat Infection, and ( li
on Apr. 3, she owned and Howard W. Kirby, Jack B. Levy, be held from 7:30 until 11 o'clock Industrial lit classes For breathing was restored] In cases Naval reserve. Review Court Aug
bAIDEK CLUB POSTPONES operated Sarah' Beauty Salon In Robert P. Longhrsy, Roy Moates, tonight in the school csfetorlum. of heart attack, electrics! shock A master of science degree WM
I arts and handicraft, a grand price awarded to Miss Margaret Jea Boy Scouts ot the, Navajo Nation
'errine. She was a member of Doc Rose. Parents and friends of the youngsters and poisoning, the superintendent : t
MONDAY NIGHTS MEETING of t2 will be ,Ivell. Prizes of M Mustard, former member of Subtropical will hold a court of reviewat
laranja Chamber of the Orderof Miscellaneous accounts J. H. Invited to attend. I reporll.I .
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each! will be given junior Station itiff. 7:30 Monday evening, Aug. 14,
Monday night's meeting of Eastern Weman's Sister D. with I The .reiusclUtor was paid for I Experiment
Star Perrine J Perkins, The program will open a senior In boy and center.J. .
age group In the Perrlne youth
South Dade Garden Club has Club and Perrine Baptist Church. Miss Cecilia Ollva, Mrs. S. IS-mlnute program of children's ,Irla' division for lanyards feltc.P" 'out of the chamber' Dew welfare HIM Milliard ll of assistant food technology r- 1. Kulp; I II chairman of' the
been postponed until Aug SI, Her husband will spend a 30- Ollva, Mrs Dig, Ollva and Nisi games, which will be followed by weaving, textile work, shell. fund, upon recommendation March profeuor of Miami. : court.
announces Dwight I:. Wirdlaw, lay leave here with the Vihlen Pearl Biondo assisted by servingthe the doll show and II minutes of I work, clay work cutouts piper of a 'commlttee composed at It University

president of the club. family\ refreshments. folk dancing. lower, papier macho work, sewing Frank Tye, A. V. Phillip and i

baskets, decorations, crayon Mrs. Ovid Sullivan Young Owners to Show Pets TodayIn ;

I Lest We Forget ] work For and industrial glass work.arts, first andItCOnd Rulee Thioneman HurtIn Competition for Lions' Awards il

,e By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick prize, will of |be 2 and given$1, respectively the Tallahaiiee Wreck. 1

senior group. Identical! prize will Ruts Thleneman, nln.-).....! Proud Owned will put their I Afterward, the 'youngiten anti I,

The second large building togo I night for the bsbies present, for an l Important occasion. North, but the whole room I II be awarded to the junior croup, old daughter of Mr. and Mn. pet .through their paces today it: their pet will parade down ,
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up In Homestead was the DuVl i they were put on blanket on thefloor After the auppe,' wa cleared d.nee4'.t one time. All those I In addition to a third prize of SO fluky Thleneman of Silver the annual show sponsored by Krome sn and across to the .f '
and mothen had to be extra away, the men folks wandered along the aides for one call and cent. Vt. J. U Malcolm and Dr. dr, 1* a patientIn Redland District .Chamber of
itore building across the watchful lest they crawl oft toward the water tank. Th I those at the ends for the nextIt D. D. Wolfenbarger ,will Judge Memorial Hospital a*TaU.h..j. the Redland Diitrlct Uon Club Commerce building where the j 1
street from the railroad station,I i toward th unfloored space ladles formed a elrcU Ming out was wonderfully exciting and the work of the arts and crafts of an automobile for the Homestead. and the Red- prize will be awarded. d
and It* so-called completion was People had gone In early, and Each In turn went Into the circle I lUll remember with what enthusiasm and the Industrial art classes. Tallahassee on July 16. ; and summer playground pro- In addition to the pet l-trdI. i I''
celebrated with I dance All the ; a* usual everyone had taken and changed to her party dress. I Ben Plummer went A music exhibition from until Also hospitalized ire. Mr. and ,rim. Judging will begin at I parade prier will be given for 1
flooring upstairs was not laid, so something toward the cupper. Cosmetics wars taboo J la those through t the figures. ':U, will' be followed by a half- Mr*. A. A. Thleneman of New o'clock on the school ground In the best decorated vehicle, the 1
benches were placed to protect ; Also everyone had taken party d.,.,. so no em missed having II I I That dance lasted until 0 hour of children' game and Orleans, aul..'. uncle and aunt Homestead for aix classes of peU'the : Urges vehicle ind the smallest .
1' dancers from going too near the j| clothe along wrapped In new- mirror with which to put on the the next morning, we heard at* parent' game whom she, was accompanying moat'unuiuaU the largest\, the, vehicle ,l "'!
edge and falling through to the piper ss A was hot weather and finishing louche terwird, but most of Os 'I The program will be concluded home for t vlilt Their young son, malleat.. the homeliest the cutest Judge for the pet show will ;I
r' (first floor I I showery, and people wanted to Th dsnclpg was not In the I[ home along about 1 or S In th.I' with a quarter-hour of dancing Sandy, escaped unhurt but Mr. and the pet that can perform be G. W. Miller end James 54eft
It was an especially hazardous|I look a* nice u possible on such regulation sets of eight teen In morning. I for ill (Continued en P ge Two) the .mart trick( Bagner.


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' "WI1AT IS GOOD" County-wide Sports Contests Mark I Arnold McIIwaln Called I Local Jaycees Incited j 1 I

j To National Guard Duty i Record To Meeting in Orlando
Closing of Playgrounds Next WeekTWo I '
TOLD LIONS BY i ArntM U IK. .. leti ee \{rand I An m.*....an te a.4ea.i the *-
I' tin F L Mtllweln of : Chamber ot tjarnmeree coaJlerenee i:
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1 CAPT. eaunly. -wide. 1/nyeullmt Mt Pat PMIIlpi.\ .. and Bebki Field Homeeteati, nil kits nnlayed u. FJ In Orfoneie f. 11.11X"'I' was Overseas Transp. Co.
KRAMER next week wiM teeek. (.>e eteeintweek fere ftnallM in the Jwlor own- I report for duty Amg u with '
the.tIt Dade JtyeeeiMcaidav
petition. conttngenl of the Alabama NUoaal .
of the aummer. playground '
Orient) Md occidental con I In softball play with Miami I Guard A navy veteran \ night by Reggie Moffatt,,
Winner In the Hemeetead end j Mellwefal Joined the whilea of the Florida Jaycee
rcptloni of "Whit Ii Qo d" fiprkngi Friday, the R.dkmdMite. guard treasurer
were I
Redland fleU day event will ,wi student at Athena College m .,red repreeentiUve of the Orlando -
Die subject) of a talk given Tuet-' with thoae 01 the other I .Mtdgcu end Ivntoie chatted I Alabama, where he hacks. but 40i chapter Moffatt told hit

day ..v..lIror the Rtrftend Die I .,...... In a Dada OMIt"PI"-I I up victoria*. On Wednesday against ,SylveeterHeHfht the Ju i noun receiving a degree host that the Orlando. club with Daily Freight Service
trIM Lloni Club bjr Capt A. D. I H. arrived home Tuesday to it) 500 members It the lergeet
day Tupy et Mver Bluff On I fliers won by a forfeit" but the
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Kmmer of Bayvlew r\d\ M An-, >I Midget end the Mites went down visit with hie parent before reporting Jaycee club In the United 8Ut t,
epollt griduite of M3 I I Thunder, the yet undefeated 1 I I. d.r..LJ'rkIa' I' for aenrlee. < Moffatt was Introduced by E4>
from Hemeoteed Junior toflball team die Newman of Miami Bost.state .
eilentlve travel
Ut the peeled to play to the "I,| : the Homestead Juniors
from South
vlre-pretident
Fir Catt. 1 found that'different Edwin; Vlhlenllczins .
,, and Midgets defeated
MurnamenU The Junior "' ] OlympiaHeights. was
Florida. The dinner meeting
peopled. with different( bae*> aix In pipy and Iwe' The Junior chalked Active in USNREdwin
won games up Duty I
and I held In Tnjrrior''* mtagranL
around. training, hive different HOMESTEADMIAMI
another
by forfeitThe victory Wednesday over '
ladaiktiosndnnerdanceSalurday.ight
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conception of whet tonod. Melrose but the Midget were U Vmlen, ion of Mf .. ..
( ." Capt. Kramer MM. "The playground program will I defeated and Mri. Edwin E. Vlhfen ot .1fttI' \ Done den, .,' / \I.
close it' Moh oh Friday, Aug II. Speaker Dartl* FaJfll'
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conceptions I do not neoettarlly 1 1f'1'ftJIOIId Vihlen dr., left Tuesday for Ii LIONYN
) with the dictionary Bill Turner wn victor In the On Wednesday, Homestead and i one-year lour of active duty I II InI 11 commended the club for luirhlevement KEY WESTAnd
definition of good. ,junior archery tournament at Redland will play the final game I the U. & Naval Reserve record In the six -
"(' Redlind, and his brother, Henry,j',! of the schedule it Redland. monthi of Its existence Robert
or example, Cenfhli Khantetmed A tenter In the arhool
i of englneerlng >
ood. wai victor In the Midget aitheryl I Stark a director of the U. S
| anything lot his '
science at Unl\ralty of
I tournament Billy pruned lllj t Mae Jaycees, installed each officer
own use Our Veitern conception John Hale | Miami, Vihlen wai t<< !
points md Henry\ III In the Mite 't'I1Ut ". and director with a t tew wordt of Other
of fad from ,I i. Cfi -aj
comes larfely the awarded a trophy' at the bent ill* "i. ;: mi: rtr, I
Chrtttlan. religion./ The dlvlilon, Tom Hennlngton" won For Insurance Sales ':..It :ap :. k like lue" wheel. Instruction u to hit rnponilbill-
pretentRuMlin I jlhe championship with 0} point around pike of the year He I to :, ..,()i.,tax. OKI.u!e.. Iketic ties. Other ipeclal geett* were
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conception of good Ii Ting-pong finalist ire Robert John Hale, locel agent of Iowa a member of Pi Kappa Alpha .,, "i,_; r9t.: raJj :: awaik I Coral Gables President Jerry ,
bind D* >the phllotophy of Karl 1 Ferrir end Bill Bitchaff and Mutual Liability Insurance Co. 'social fraternity and L'Apaihe: !!, ... X.MHt!: i...lull.... M.. Key Points on Florida Keys
Dretwl and Crewel
Mere, On the whole, oriental' .. ,' ." Uurstrt.. I .
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Idcai of good Ire less theoretical I Denny and Albert Hennlngton for hat been named one of 12 Florida! i honorary todel fraternity i::.t. : t !: .: West President Manuel Lopct and '

than our and baaed the bo,.' division prluwlnnen In a contest bared Mr.*. Lopes, Mr. and Mr*. Joe
4fe. rtaUUe own of are every day moreon life ;l In the glrlt'.group, Nancy Greeri tl on the! peremtaw of tnrreaw In f Mother of Mrs. Krl trI i II. A. Lane RecalledFor I, PInder of Key West and Eddie
"hpwt first accepted Chrlrt.anily i wai champion ef the Mldgeht), the volume ot builneai for the( Dies In Cadillac Naval Sen'ice Newman. I
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then viewed it with I alarm,
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and tried to eutliw It,"' Kramer Scouts 1I01dW'fkrnd" |I will be'a trip I ... John Mulllni of Cadillac, A. Lane Homestead ,dee- 1: J Phone 365-
t I Mile to leave by Mich, mother Mrs
expects plane of Clilr
tald. Civil followed Perr orator, left Monday for
war night
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MewerREDLANDGOAT
opening of ,Japan'In KU, and in I i i Camp at Sandy Key Fill ,'Sept. 10, for an aU-expenae five-I| Krlatr of Homestead died July Charleston: S. ,C, for service in Werld'i Sifetl Whirling for Pickup ServicePhone
the tthogunite, ruling group retiined I,day trip to Cedar Rapids for the 20 at her home In Cadillac' Mn.Krl . the navy. Lane, a chief.petty officer
en meant.. In favor of -I I. Member. of Boy Scout Troop bpenlnf of the romp.n,'. newof I er left by plant to attend during World War II, served

cinperor'' ., 14 enjoyed a weekend ,, fleet. the funeral four yeare In the Pacific,theatre
High hope for the future of I II Sandy Key fill under the leader-I, j His wife, the .former!' Mm Virginia

,Jejuui J were voiced by Capt. Knltf :I ship of Bcoutmaiteri Mtckentle -I Mill of Homestead 'and Eats Anything
who rJetcrlbed the Japanese Cottrell 1! and Jack t..v,. Lou their young eon, Hal will continue 3-3615

a<, 5 tightly disciplined group I! Tool, religious and recreation, dl- \ to make,their home hen Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North River Dr.
thit copier) from other people rector of Camp Redland iccoM- Edward W. BurtonNow
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trips' Ii food.'H 'i i'I panted the group services end conductedSunday Mrs. Chipley's Father ''NOTICE

': I. Interesting," he Mid, "to j jreoDre I I I[ worship
that the espionage modcb 'i Harold E. Kendall furnlihed Dies in South Carolina

used by many countries are thoseof i t i transportation by truck and the Hack orders on Redland
: L. Hall of Columbia S, C.
the Jipaneae Ii mail Informal driver was Bob Orlvei committeeman Located
"loq bird on all the ahreiti ,i I : Two Ice boxer were provided rat I father of M.. C. I. Chlpley of Goat Mowers will be
for the .roul,' Homestead died on Sunday and
of knowledge obtainable uponglvVn a use by pecll
Dodd '' wai buried on Monday In Co filled! beginning today.
fubject. The lame tech1nkjtie i I Wesley Bradley, committeemin c't
lumbia. There for the funeral
aim accompanied the '
Ii being! used by the Rua- :
slept I today"Additional. I group, were Mr and Mri. Chlpley and

plan. were made< I I JoI.'.... Robert third, lender otllndl.n 40 N. Krome Ave. .\ I their Irvine children, who ,are Sandra spending, Rene! and the Limited camber available for
tat of Key drawbridge, extended -
flub kpohiorthlp Junior I
summer In Tatum, S. C.: ether.
rift* range to be located on s special courteale to, the boys ,
i I I Mr: Hall and hli wife, who
minimum two-acre site arrewlbe'to -I and invited them to return agiln, .
urvivet him have visited In
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R.tl-j I Homestead Due to critical. shortage et
land) achoola Thenwas I IiliKuation I Cottrell predict an exodui to l
: I material there will be Be more r
of a prnpoaal to .porHtor I the Key "when' the boyi report I I- r r 1r
Boy Scout Troop 14, and a : that they taw "nary" i monqullo. U RULEE TIHENEMAN at pretext ,
report on vision teiti mad. f<*j -. "
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litt ciilir furnished by) the tlub' I a a1MA5

fut Cub the achool. ," 1T'H : Thienemin, and suffered M..... a Thlt'nem.n.broken fracturedkneecap Harm Refrigeration! Co. GUUA. .
fueiti were O, O. Pure- NOTICEWe foot and arm bone. II \a "
ley and N, B Lewli of Homer '
stud and Walter Kehne nUfhuck : Puke received a compound 14* N. Krome Ph. ltd .r ,iiAL'Ao.r.F16t
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fracture of the right leg In the (, 09.rfr II"
Howard of Miami. {of }
accident, a collision between a "i Sul :--
are now in position to give you prompt service on: truck and the Thleneman car, 'I to tree mulled:9\\a\.IIo :\0 r.I -4-
which wn demolished Her i tar' thsl1\ \It'"ollt
MclIugh Jalousies Help \or list B ,.\\ toft,,\
mother ttaylng In Tallnhaineeto r ..
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Itd Cool Uarbcr Shop M near her, and her father Benson Electric Services \6.It,0Ilr,0 ,,/or1\Ol' all
Digging Foundations tpendi much of hli time there .11"tsa ."dAMO.. \ )It "

Area jaliAult windows have Ai the will be at the hospital; In Radios & Refrigerators I j 1'0b\\,.r\l\\l&\00t 9\\" \I. t'oWA\\\'arn.bllrl.la \ '\."
replaced! the solid plate flaw a cant for a month, her friends .ialt : 9ayladay

front of Sushi Darbrr Shop, with Septic Tanks are asked to address her mall to 1 ........, Fh. gay -\,0.\1\1\ .....""' atsBCS tnl'g(fA'ltOph. 13trw
the reault that all hot air pockiU I the honpltil, Room 340.Lailnen Ie t !'
in the shop have been ellm'nated'! Ditches etc.Drhewayk I i G f.t'O1''POG ,
'Now the big exhaual fan In the f\al\
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celling ran pull the air through r It'
both 'flout! "How come you're. only
doors and window, and Philco
Appliances
'customer In all chain at well ui and Grading carryingone each, when the
other men are carrying two?"
thus wilting are cooled bY the 1
.bif. .*e of the tan, report W. V.Hush Workmen: "Well, I suppose Henson Electric Has
owner of.the thnpTheglaai they're too lazy to make two Frlnrettn, Fh IIS
: tVint l the'way: I da."-Ex. I
jalouce. were in- CARMICHAEL & McGLOTHLIN Inc. -- .
KaHed and sold by Geo. N Me- -
Hugh, local contractor, who hoe *' '
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anabws vNd Os .kndord' equip.
cone h convenrionol deb ef she
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Irweae Mr, SMITH dots H with .4>wjr...........1r. aI.511y1. .

."aaw. ir: eVa pent ir iliac *..eV. )3MKe.. ; .*4 noriieMeldrlH .. Ptt GStsi d'Aaf-tTnce-Der&11 .

?.B te eoe cem,ert twill) $ blf ceipecfry...*)whit pHofItundVedi .
or .a>erMteni.. Yevr reffeel. SHOPIMITH weight' 200 Tiro Farther/ "

powndi) sally RM ha.'tanw.1 port fere../, b*.emenl.-4X. I
.. utility' roes One wore* *>f.ei .. bosh. at .lees Ntew "*We yew / / TWO east VAlVMf44 AO mO.NIl. TM1 NtWwn
1IOItIOWIAI. CM change tree e..e.reel.M.ny o*........If r"*...*.)t""aJe"ee N? .. ncAaaunTOR MAMIAOM I
miNO OOTCMSTNCHI04MtSH
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nnaiMnt M Thunday. report Oe.fk I. > W. Chmtt ( Ilawd. dIN .; i \
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I. I wilt span InlIP.t Mtmmt, .11. 'Th' wml'tlMte will" .Mhold tuks.rrd .1It Pllg .f STARTED IIERE Ruff.. "Howrrrr wapaetalia F irs t-: c\f ;
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bterxtay night and aw lobby Moon BOH 0* *WOll ft tlv My M V a. ..
will play Wt PMW. DM* t"r -final* ........,'.----- ..-M--of .Hom-*.-.Uad--,.hM---diluted--- -..- -- !! 16 YEARS AGO .0.1 I Itthuniti.liability wtudalorm piddle." 11..1. J "d....
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moved Saturday: CompanlM .rM*-*.. by '
jato HM ntw butMti M cM h. ......, a.: IMroIl Piss A Marble i tl'j'
I/'1 Rcmbva) to New | i
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Congratulations to "Red" .ktItIc A. Ruff' h.." 01 th* Inntranc Co. ProvMwtc Wa"l| .
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Iv?..hM bn otwratiikf. In llwn!i,I'IMtI"1 l laauranM. Co, Urlf,r4 I : Location "i"'v. ,j I
liMIt for II yaari. Par all of Pin ,ImturMM1* Co.. Suirih Caro.I I '. : if
M. Km, un I*. |*.t'RnUutUy.' It;'IHI* iMwranc. Co., OiMt -.' .' I .# I
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Act dent ft lorunnn Co. .
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: Mra.I K.: 7 Thompuon' ;; j'
with Mp of Mi' wlfn op.ratM '
and N \V 12th St. Mn. r.t llradky until.. hi Etta* dash(also In bwant I UK, I I, To Het; 1''$. DerrecMra. I IqTlto" you t t. ftime*>..Ulli ', h

Mr.. R. A. Uvlnii, ran th.buflnna I . E. Z. Thompson' of Rt M In our hew" home. : .,) ,
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until IMS when It w*. rd. will rodrlv. a n. 'H. dppe.t'
t bought by her. ann-In-Uw nut from "e.. Twhrri' Cvilm In;i
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,,4111&1I1.r. Mr and Mr Huff. !I Troy. AU., on Auf. 17. Mr 1 DECK IJr.N :,
Mrs Ruff Is the lormwr MIH. ThamitMin who has licefl un l leave !
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Completed within 60 days from Kloir.: Bradley. ,of aluwtw. 11'011t'I'lI'lIIt CityBehind .1 homestead, Ha, t'hone 421
llomwrtrtd IniuramAirnry' j j jI I II I Hill rnutm tier duti., A i t
'tvnrMtntt. ten national. I inur!no*_-then'-- -n.till. _-_-_faiL-_.-_--__-_.- --- i. .

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I 'qUlIIIIIIII llIlIINfllllll ln llI1I RIIIIIIHHUlIIIIIIIIII IIURdlilliIllIlQlllllln DUIJII.IUllllllln _nUIIV let Mums secretary; Leonard I i -Mr. 'ktUUrf' A. D. I-LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Fiid.t; At'.1"I: I I
Rjorkman treasurer; Kay Beneon. have returned 'from
reporter. Oeo. N. WafceflelddvUer Ii Oe., where they were ...1.am.u.j. edt were Mr Adele Moore, Mr Beulah Brmne ...... eaelpa
Leader-
Enterprise Splinters From a Redland Pine . of the two dlgl..s."Yeuad the death of Mr. Smith >Hie Pritrhard. Mr*. Clara Oil-! Media, ...... dkHntdei "''are .. I I
risd r tsu 20 Years Ago Andrew lUi,. Tl.,y were aocompenled I oil, Mr. Clara Studmli Mn. MUe. Mary M.rrt.." .
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1 y MNflr\. 'MIk' -= I IlIIltIlllnmtllll 1111J1nI!! III ......................,.Iilllllllllglllllgllll"VrunlpitMiaia" I ..11.dare. -ea-rise a-.w_.d. -Ile.ss_r.i.n..ro. .1a..r -Mr. Md aid..0eertIL... HewtH." *eUth I year-old" .ptok'Ue.Ma home. with returnedTueedayfrom them." I Ii Our Phone Number Is 305-J d' ;' I

.. ..-.. lai. mead ,- announce the birth. of I toe- i Oeerfki.Mi ."
li what Leeryagadow Thii. wile men dofMt pretendto 1. Ian. .r ___ 0.. n. r"l. July .
.. .. .. pound son. Bert URey oa h rcoverk i I
.In -sd twat .err : Fnek'/Mn
N4AM4. .IM.. man I know. cells It. . know why Mich" should be the aid M.. .. .IIL IS In Hunt HecprUI . I "
..... lie only know he hai seer. from her recent \Illeieee.
of All
MAMOMC I narxsYA.r .that Mranse power of I human. hit contmUen proved ever andover I. "Karmonka etlecliona: by "Mr. ad Mr Tea Hani have Roofing Types

being to .ttr fl uwta himself that. H.in. You ft out of life Augustus Wynn and James Roberta I returned from Georgia.Mr ."
.r::.M tu.oar which he expect. pretty" much what you're looking IIuIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIn011IIDIIIIIlillllllp"or( ( were an entertainment fee I *. Q. BtMMrd Md ova. R. Modern Equipment. Insured and Approved.

-U yu "think the. worM't for. Hiram Bird who formerly .] 'lure at the party given by Garland E. and Erneet. are vUiling roles
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lVNCa.t'TftMt II ATX* MliMt. you yeull probably find Of course, It work from the. I practiced: : medicine In Silver' Wynn WII.I I Uve In Gainesville ."

I. lIMo (XWItol/ I I :."'::IUSesc I1JI aw,. taut' It '..- hf ayes "II you set poritlve Inc"l M well' M the neg. Palm, died In Detroit . Dr. I llama tided and!In entertaining Miss France. ."* "Mr. and Mr. A. 0 Cain returned B. M. MOOREBRANCORInc.
0...... rf P0 twin, I _. at41. /,1 faith' on a Journey with .the aUve. Tickle. a )lib with tilt idea Bird II Mid to be refponaible for' . from a ten-day vwa-
IIMn. err. .a.... thought in mind that diaaater. will you're going to ceompllah It consolidation of the email local -Over 20 attended the O A. lion In Bllkel,, Oa. .' ..
: strike, look out! . You'rt likely magne rum laude and more than schools" Into Farm Ufe ScbooL picnic: given . it the home of "J. 8. Horton returned . I
.. to come home In i plaster c t" half the battle'i already. won. M.... G. L a.ulLa.d.n\ were alx-wcek trip I
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.Ie: . a4 I new day thought pointed director of Subtropical Catherine Ttnnetnee and North Cerotlaa""A. !\
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derful'l going to hipiien I were won by Catharine
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Hit. to be drawn I. It at mi* .
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"Mr. Bevery
t three. drink? In my booet", and the chancel cilia Harper Fern Robertson and from I recent Illne**
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drink two . .
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S Reverses Someone will Mr It depend on are your bone won't. let you were Either Pope. .0"Mr. "Mr. P. J. Franklin was hors'
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.the drink end the drinker. . down. Key and Mn. Carl 8. Andersaces lea' to the Fidelity Club a group I
With the knowledge that .'- Now thus dormi't moan you're "New officer elected by are. visiting Mr Andenon'l of the Pythian !Sliten! . p...*- i'I
j nAanle Mayhtw FlUpalrtrkAfler hoi U habit-forming, end with supposed to pull an ostrich act Homestead Chapter of Future brother In Lake Wales. .' I Rock and Concrcl. Products :

rcvme. .*. edJuMioeiiU," hit repeat| \ d demonstrations Uutnwny itlck your head In the sand and Farmers of America Wm.are: Booth Early" -Mr. and Mr*. Howard Lamb
I men who thinks he ten pretend l that difficultly and dli- tiered?. president; and children Franc and Junior, I'olio ,
slaw.Afttf "take It or IH.Ion.." aouner Igreeable! (HrrumoUnrei don' ex vlce-preildent; II. M. Cook Mretary < left . for Virginia . ," R.ad Rack Fri teck
a fold nip hibiscus grow leave l.t. It doeg mean that faith In ; Wm. Edwards, treasurer; S
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William McConnell" reporter. . "Harrli McCurry has arrived (.n.r Risk Hcrtealnt ;.
/ Smaller misshapen and "brittle It' ilone how smart U It to expose your own ability to aolve the
Officer for the Redland chapter from Atlanta for a visit" with\ his (...rrela Blotka Lark FUIReidynlsel .
oneself frequently to the danger Inevitable l'Clbll'mah.t\ come
of 51(011.Cod mother, Ms. O. R. Brown and
are: Roy Woodbury president; low .
It be- .Iwrnani are akin to Of becoming on. of that group your way, to skirt around unfavorable Ernest Neill.! vke-prealdent. ; Dan. his sister. Mil France Brown."I aa aati 'e C.aoets
condltloni or turn them
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reached the conrluilon that It'l asset In the atruggle. we call: Itl,. to set a foothold and ao spring . Friday at a benefit bridge I 1
really dumb la drink Intoxicatingbeverage. out of his milky prlaon. party for the\ American Legion John II. Hale AgeneyECRY We.. Deliver Anywhere
Is Is Smart to( Drink *. They tree, hart no One of ray fathrr'g 'favorite Auxiliary ." t..L t.
round telling .people \that., but Morley hat always been the one The tint frog derided to begin : form ad f Inuiraarerhone
drinkocii'ny. they Yellow \that' precept In their about 'the two trop that fell with that the situation was hope "Member of the Areme Club
rI I Ifa ronritlervd "I"rt"" to own habit. Nor do they become Into en old-fa.hloned chum 'full lees, and for him It ao became. met . with Mrs. Guaile Joiner. SIS lUmentead :
t monist oufcartj .berauM of that nf lOur milk. One gave up and The second thought something Present were Mr*. W R. Crow, BRANCOR Inc.
But (there II' a print. at which attitude. They rerognlte ft U a drowned The other began to could surely be done about It. Mr W H. Sykct, Mr. W. M ,
It roast.. to be mart te drink did literally the. onl1lhln. In his Bradley, Mr. W II. Sheffield
which hit kick and kicked until he had Cemellm., ....P-
duration every person U Brandenburg. Jr., Pre- Mgr. Paul O.
alcoholic beverage. even among to decide for )hl/Rlelr.-r. Press churned hlrowU. a nice little pal power to do and came out victorious and Milan Either and Helen LivIngiton Benson Electric Sen ices
tines who advocate "the tocUl Vt.) of butter on which he was able In other words, by his . ." I
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: and make himself Burley and Early, have returned F. O. Rae HI. lloneklead .
I I fiuUnnre or |>erhip become Give Your Wife Rest good.May we not ill profit by thesecond from a vacation In French Camp, Princeton Ph. lit
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Instructor at Romeftead Hlgt Arriving here yeotorday to attend Aetke. Braodenburg, a ewmaelat .', Mr MI Mr*: B Kaathel' :| LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday Auf. 4. l M-3 ; J

School ,Is Hxudini tume uses U the Klni-Willtami weddim' M the MethosHM YoutlCmtf tsar were Saturday .

New York City I. Sunday were M,. and Mn *t Leeeburg. U exported hairtw ..... Heart)1* rath**, Bdw Kilo.1 bare. tfco. Vine will lour the Po7 ol" N. W. Ninth. elL Miaa.
and JtroundHomestead I i Newsy and aeo. Davit Kttiaht to *.*.*: U e week ..... site w. twllKwlad ...... 0'IIrYII a granddavtMsw tIC l
Mr ad Mr W Y. Buah .... I'' Mr.. Aiidra' !Sanartwr. a,1 IW wMl kM .ybastltL U aWT. aM Me late' Mr rorneysjb
hinted Tkwdy el loot Byre 0.. and Mrs.. R. F. Cart. *.. H. L. Brsa/eslwq. d MM. Mr. MIl Mr*. HanJ fll.adefanar ..... and Mr*. Mw Walker wadMr I
from a vasaMsn nyewt -I': 1 an and Mra.. O K. SMeklaMITaastw. a, N W. Fleet. eve Arthur will biar ......... IeMMop, keys Md M,.. Una Walker *f Sehowalter. eon of Mr. Mad
DottMO. Ala, with Mra. EMtkipareota The vMtor. wine be have.1 |(..m. ..tlit KlM-WMI. ee...aad M Male beam M lest barb bv .ball onttrUininiMr Mrs. It, R IrhMMltw. af Ol H. ,
Mr a si Mra. J. R.j aver of Mr... Viola Kb.*. ..* *..1 se/llkg. titled.y la. Ftret Met. Lat IsdMa *. a vMt to Vlrtns . MIl Mr J. A NoKralUi **tiMr W IMh at, .U enperte .hone. U>lwoOnod .
j i Brown MId hi Catmnbus, Oa. lei Mr. KSM. asst Ck.rdl. elf Hateut.... ce sNk Mr*. UnMaw1 Mt-en- .. Ooorfs ibMhdt. all of aftat a visit. U Highland -
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MatOast
with Mr. Bttahl' twatter. and she 1 law and daucMer. Mr and v........ *. It C, with, Jerry CM at
.... .. Mat. D. R. ItIIIIftII ad nM wad tw a**, VHS
,, .n .law. Or and Mr. Jeha Her to atteatt the w ddm< ass the now horn ol Jerry parent
An right-pound tan WM born r A (Oust Wynn Tarn Col. Buah.Mr. I Sunday of Mia Lenor William Divid, expect to leave today ti. nerd W.by....M,More., HMder, they wenvWled case. MIa KMy O'Her an *4 Detroit Mr. Md Mr C. B. .U*.Bherg rOeMsMted
_- to Lawrence King ar. the Rev visit relative* In New York awOmeetsnil. house eI Mr. Tfco J. ( M Page Sevea)
to Mr and Mr.'Nonean Bcnaun lin and t B ftandon .reportcatch I Carl and Uenel Van Winkle. olWaahmfton I* I guest
I I *. J O Wynn left Wodnea- and Mr. D Earl Turner of mat .
of Ftrrtn Tuesday "Ight in of IM anapiMr, trout sad a C, Md their fsnvWe i
Jarkson Memorial Hospital at t other' flan Tuesday In \the Shark day for a visit. tn Macron wttb net area. Pa. Mr. and Mr*. J. B *. it I
Miami. River are*. mother Mr. A. D. Heroin and Ruffner Mr. and Mr*. W H Jimmy Watson, left of Mr* M If

her brother-in-law and later,, Turner and daughter, Miss Joan C Lawrence U visiting, In Hen.dtnonvlll .. J, F Taylor has returned Iran i iI
Shirley Ann la UM name Mr Mr and Mr* a. t Pw y. and Mra W J Turner all oldarknllle at the hem of hli i
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I New arrival her. from Germany vacation It Pincer Ann, Something New
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and Mrt. Den Benion fare given Pa, and Mrs. E. aBeglln grandmother Mrs W D. Harm
Mr. and Mn Mark
are Mr and Mr. ,E. Kirby returned of Beaver, Pa of Homestead.Mis .
their daughter who WM born Paoekowskl and two daughters, Mr and Mr. Ansel' Barrow,
July 17 In James Archer Smith Luda, ten, and Marie, "' ''". The where. Saturday from Chicago I and children, Gladys Ann and Has Been AddedFresh .
they attended the Lions'Convention Lou Lawrence
Mary .
Ilotplul 'family I II living tt Redland Camp, I Howard Perkln accompanied Bob, .returned Sunday from I v.- '
I and Mr. Paotkowikt Is farming They also visited In hit parent, Mr and Mr. T S daughter of Mr and Mrs.. C. II ratio at Lake Weir and ar. I
i Mr, and Mr*, j. C. Easlg: ot with August\ Burrtrliter, Sarasota with their son '' and Perkins, and his sister, Hit\ Helen Lawrence, II I on vacation In Henderaonvill ,.: pending this week on Conch r
Miami hive moved into their daughter-in-law, Mr and Mr* Perkins, back to their home In \ *. Key,
new grove home on firm Life Edw Klrby and In Dkmasrui." Ooldsboro, N C. when they left I .
r rd. teuth of Silver Palm dr.OrIaln.lI Mr and Mr* Preston B. Bird. Ga, with Mr*. Klrby mother I last week after a visit at the Mr and Mrt, E. Z. Thompson Mr and Mr. John rickes olE. '

t from Toledo Mr. and and eon, David healer have returned Mr*. Sudie Bowman, who ascompanied t Perkins home here He will be left Tuesday to spend two weeks Kromo ave., and can, ,reddy,,. j'In
r; Mr*. Eaiii: hew mid their homeIn home after vacation In them. home for a gone for another week. In Decatur AU, xWUng. MatTomioon'a left Monday to visit relative In Fish j'
Weynavllle and other point .
Miami for the put (JWo year' visit. I eon In law ..ndd.uah..r. Chicago
They were accompanied home by .
Mr and Mat.. Glenn
Hank PridIC'l10ft of Mr. and --
I Mr and Mr. Edward Kirby of I Mr*. Bird mother Mr* R. L. Lamar Dickinson, Jr, II I e.- Mr*. Henry Prtdnen has been III Frlx. They were. accompanied asfar House guest ot Mr and Mr
Sarasota are. parents of a daugh- Atkinson of Wiycross, G*, andMrs. parted to arrive home this weekend of mump at his home at lIT N. at Opp. AI.. by Mra, Sue G_ D. McConnell: of Trnnesew ( Season) I
. McLeniion of I ,
let Sarah Bcroic tern on July Kate leery from New Haven Connwhen W. Mlh it Cater who'has been I guest at rd are Mr. and Mr. C W. Vines
McLendon left for her 1 1I
II Mr Kirby II a KM of Mr, and Ga Mrs. he completed a course at the Thompson home ot Leary, Oa, and
homo but Mrt Atkinson d.uahtera.j
yesterday the
Progresalve School of Photography
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Mrt. 7 E. Kirby of Homestead. House guests Mr and MfI. Und Emily and Susan
will remain for I longer visit. .
Mr and Mrs. Q. N. Pierce and
Mra. Vinesand
McConnell
Mr
Jack Damn Mr and Mr* day,
Mr Bird and Roy (Fusty) Murray are
Brannen liai .returnedto daughter. Mrs. James Wadropof 41
Emory E. & Pickering taught
I Walter Reed Genera) Hospital are on a fidilng! trip this While MaJ, Dan Klngman U La Will Colllngswortb ot Jonesboro Miami and .children Rannte snappers, while fishing at ,Steam Now sold by

In Washington D. C., tor treatment week. on combat duty In Korea, Mr*. and Linda Call, Mrs Ronald boat Creek. After I week vltit
after a month furlough Klngman and their children will Ievlaand daughter Cheryl Ann : I I
and W, H make their home here. Mr. and Mat Clifton n.... ,
here at the home of his parents Mr. Nellie Torbert with M.J.) ind Mill Nadine Pierce left !
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"110 and Mrt A L. 3rannen. Mr*. Owen tended( the recent Lions Klngman mother M... RalphW Mill Lorraine Brown and John Tuesday to visit relative InPlant Benson Electric Sen lew
Brannen returned home Friday convention In Chicago. Also In Klngman Mrs Klngman and Van Hagle have arrived from .City and In Adel Tlfton
after accompanying her IOn0 attendance WM Mr.. Marie Allenof the .children Dan, Betty Ann Covlngton K,.. \0llIlt Mr* and FlUgerald' Oa Radios & KefriferatoriPrUeeUi. REED POULTRY MARKET
Washington, M-St Archie Branrnv low, who formerly lived her Nadln and Kathryn are. expected HIM and Miss Brown uncle f
another eon of Mr and Mr*. to arrive Aug. IS from Japan and aunt Mr. and Mr*. J. D Mr, and Mn C' M, Barrow I .... litItcnson
Brannen, U hospitalized In Japan Miss Susan Pop of Richmond, Barge*, and other .relative. Mr have returned from 1 vacation I In Mark. nid,., Opp. Margaret Ann lit. 68 1
:toback Injury V*., I* vacation tier,. at the Mn. LUla Fort left Monday hiss Is the former Mia Patty the Ore.t Smoklet' and In Thom. 1I
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home of her parent, Mr and night to spend a month In Barberton Brown who ha been a frequent aiville. Oa, and Lake Weir In I'-- EIdIU.i

Vfr( and Mrs Chai Forten. 14.... Lawrence! Pope Mill Pope 0.. at the home ol Mr. visitor here. Florida. While at Lake Weir they I I
and daughter, Charla and Is I an editorial sultans with the and Mr. John L Batchelor had a* house guests, Mr. and
I berry Gland, have moved Into their) Presbyterian board of religious I Mrs. W. W. Brthra and children Mrs Ceo. Crlm of Homestead. Philco Appliances
home at litO N E. First axe education, Mill Helen Pope art Mr and Mr. J, Byrd Hardy Marilyn, Carolyn and Billy, Thli week, Mr and Mn. Barroware I
returned Saturday night after have returned from a vacation In pending some time on Conch rrlncelim, Ph. litrh
visiting with relative In Col. north Florida and at Lake Weir Key, I I
quilt Savannah and Shellm.n.G. Mr Bclhea and Frank Thompson um'L "nil" sIhSs

Mr Hardy went early In also are home again from a Mr. and Mrt R II Worley and I se A.r.1. I". Hes. ... -
July to attend the annual fishing trip In Lake County and lUrdln, .
Col- grtnddaughter Petty 1..11 M 1111"1 e. 51,5 .1 H.1.
quilt reunion of the Hardy family at Lake Okeechobee have returned from a month ."_ the .. rn.w.M Ir pot. BckSPPtac .
( 1 .. nnlrt MtMi k, Ikt I'll. ttrrt a. <<: < 1 1 at which ITS were. presentMr of vacation In RaIUmo,.. Alexandria. 1 wtwiliMI& A
*. Hardy Joined him to spend House guests Mr and Mrs.L. Va, Nashville Tenn. and Washington .:. mlR. K. KIIWAHIMlMIT : .
i a tl much of I twoweek'Ic.tlon In S. FlUhugh are. Mrs.. A. M. D. C t'lI, C..k r.stalls ,
Savannah at the home of their Sims and Joseph Sims, both ot II K I
1.<. l.1 lr IS 1M. Ik.* 4
son and daughter-In-bw, M-Sgt. La Belle. and II L Sims of SI Mr and Mrs R. E. Sherard antlaughlen inn nwirtl,the nl .....1olo llr' .k..H MlIwrwH
and Mrs. J. B Hardy, Jr Petersburg and his son Harold Sarah and Phyllis, left I ,1tO tnuvlni .f Slbllas..1" .nrUft
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Mrs Sims 1 ts hire. FiUhughlmother Sunday for a vacation' In 0 sinesvllle ....-.1 nl tt'' 1..." Hli"MlMI UfHr*
r Mr and Mrs. F. A. Wynn and and Joseph and H L; and at Lake Weir I A MM ... .I'h\ yea a.' -- t
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net. Brian to leave Sims are. her brother. Electronic
expect todayto a, -. of 11oo T.." 'bnc.
aperdl week In La Belle at 1, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vrsna and I KKHAKII" SIMKUHI

the horn ot Mrs. Wynn parent Stanley Wittkop I I. tlsltlng |n ion, Jimmy, are. home again alter T..!... CWkU.lr A... I. ,ISMI I I i
*, Mr and Mrs. S. W. Smith Toledo O, with his parents, M*. I a vacation In Georgia and I
If Bark la graadather'a time, during the foalcpMter and Mr. II. H. Wittkop Florida ""IC" a 1'Ura rll'nrlnl" ,.AMR

i : at abe laIC century thing were. quite ey Mr and Mat R J. Adam otCordetl I H,rfW k k..rilif JAW..1ok. sect ,... sa1.",

'Ii iec"...Tier* were. no movies tM tirplaoea OXIt, who have been Judy and Bobby Cast ot MVami Mr and Mn Lalian Diiihnp and sh...._. .-......._TsI"_ .K.I5nat_, \he r..I a.1tor Wheel-Balancing
y ; vlsit'nt here with their IOn ..ndd.ullhter.ln.l.w. are. pending two week hefr daughter Karen have returned I .. tu..e ., car n.ss 11- a.
I... t* (Mosaofciles, few baibroosaa, practically DO Mr and Mr*. with their grandparent. Mr, arid" after visits with Mra mshop'aparents H.wwo1.... OM. IMW..M. ..MM wMnk
'..... electrical .ppUa_ U,o s contracted Wayne Adimt left )yesterday Mrs. Ivan Moaer while their patent Mr and Mr*. C. J. Hartley .\ .I I>M> UMKlf Ik* N..b....._"< IrraM trot

. shibaiii weld_ aeaosia, lour days were. visit In Fort Lauderdale before. *. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Csd.( ot Tennlll. Cs, and friendsIn I WM .am. INO

'.? tnaaboted. You blood jut"changed lo lugtr"! their return home. saw. on an air tour of Nv and,* Yorj|| Welch W V*. U.', (I. t>. ..... t. II.w!.*.! Mont Arruratc Method of Wheel
San Francisco : tht
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'k k''iii f ike f arose, "10 water" la the' Uner virulentjtptjrmlc s.: '"J Mr, Robert. Marsh and children point of Interert so --- .......': ".11I1It'f"r\1't1' Iereiopetl.K, .

; ',fTWr* WM hale protection against Bobby Jo and Louis I
leaallpos wcdne WM the only biological on ike market.Whee Stephen spent several day this Mr and Mrs Fred W LInk. 1

| ravaged a community, there: week at Craig as house guests of have returned to their home in Redland 1I "
: diphtheria or typhoid Mr. and Mrs. Barney Savant. Providence R. I, after a visit Plumbing Supply I N
,art* nothing to do but wait It out In hope and dresd. with Mr. Llnke mother Mn. Offer
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I :Yes,a esters to this "good old days" would mean. among Mr*. Esther Barnette and Lena( Link and other relative
otker ibiagt,tfce escrific of the major| portion ol ihecontrita-. daughter, Mix Dolly, have returned 280 So. Krome Avc, Ilomcstead.( )Phone SI1-J
home after spending a On vacation at take Weir are
health aai..well being.
J .boa ofiaediciaeand pharmacy to your month visiting relatives In Kansas Mr. and Mr. R. R. Nixon Mr. Complete Line of Plumbing I. .1 t wheels balanced weight free{ ,
l and Mrs L R Nixon and children '
:' AIR CONDITIONED Virginia and Mike. Mr. .

Mr. and Mr. R L Hobson of Phenix Kerley and IOn, George, Supplies Galvanized Pipe) Fittings 2. Front h't'f bearing rlrannl, ".

I Glades Prescription Shop on Princeton Conch Key are. .spending the week and daughter Mri, Christine H H Paul!, Jr. snjl parked and adjusted ..


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WEDDING ON SUNDAY

. . Social Eiensin South Dade . . Harry-Anna fumlihlni\ In Cr URMUO.of M a room ChlMrmHomtUl .ha at been the'. .TO\ lIE FOuioWBD BY CIARDBN RECEPTION


... praitct Uy .IN wive tit Uodtfe. O*., Am free, .bridesmaids Judv
of member of KM HontHiadBki 0 C. Garner Ktg. oouatn( of the l bride 1 will
Ud. Mr. a.*v. BtatelM' will be beat MM fen I big on It ...
; '. PARTIES COMPLIMENT LENORA WILLIAMS .MRA.. STRAWN IIONOIED BHIDAL) SHOWER HONORS MISS\ DANZEV: I I II t* |Mirry chairman. of thegrow the wedding .....*, afternoon atMtM I tie Oroompnen flowerrt. will be Paul Whit-

<* WHO WILL WEI! JAMES WHENCE: : KING AT FAREWELL rAin I WHO IS TO BE: BRIDE) OF CALVIN WOO] which ba fried 'H. for Minnie Dell Woodson dudl-W. tit of Dayton Beach Morum
H Mr, J. L. l} ".rct entertained I Me fumtohtofl. *. ter of Mr. end Mrs. Wttlifm! Hodge and Bdwtn Fata"

1 11"' Friday afternoon In honor of Mr*. Mn. eitelano promoted the Woodtan of HomeUead U Already arrived si th* Woort-
A-tHneheon, a buffet A and while scheme A mlacdlaneoui bridal shower .Iced wedding. aka wee peeved Th
auppe green (x >r Thorn Strewn who It returning project here after a f'eC't'n'11I1' Allen Gamer of Undal eon horn f.r the wedding are
end a kitchen chewer wereamong was uaed In the fiord cleroraUon soon to her home In Qutkertown, for bliss. Winifred Da nay. brMtot *- with cold drink. to the hospital revealed that there Rev Ewell Ch.lk r, jjattor 01( Mr. and Mr. 0. C. Garner, Mr

e prenuptial parties given and In the refreshment P*. '* of Calvin V. Wood, wat Bridal _c..tI were won b, were four unfumialted room Orchard Villa Baptist Church of and Mr. Whluit) Mr and Mr*.

this week In honor of Miss.. Len- t'OIIl'II-eIk., lime meets and Angel-food cake, Julio and liven Friday" evening by Mr. Mn Howard Crouw, Mrs. Mar- The hospital\ U a protect! of FlorId Miami, will perform the cew J. F. Fletcher of Barlow, M.....
I ori Willlimi who will become mints punch were terved. Warren Wood and Mr. Wilbur low jBe b eii and Mia Susanne Elk lodges.Approaimately many *t 130: o'clock In First Miry Lou William of Llndale,

i the brldt o( Jime Lawrence The f IfW/ were presented by Present, In addition In the honoree Cave In Mill !>en..", home al Drown. 100 enjoyed the Baptist Church of Hometlead. Mrs La Verne Holmes of .'brt
j Kin* Sunday In First" Methodist! small Kaky Macltonell who wad and the hostess, were Mn all I W. Mawry "-. Present, beside* thoM men lad,..' night dinner and dance Afterwards\ a garden receptionwill Pierre Mr. BUI Pylor of Sara-
Church of Homestead costumed a a mlnlalure bride In tinned were Mr*. Harry Martin \ 'b* held at the Woodaon ,
"* Anna D. Carter Mss.. [fen Wll- rink rote and multl-oolored Friday at the local riot Mudswas IOta and Mill Sutton
e Mr. Fred. Rhode, Jr., wn the traditional white gown and Mrs Louie Murray, Mrs Elton home on Tennessee rd.
(lams, Mn J. K. Elder Mn. V. mania were UNIt for decor al ton, provided' by GUI Wynn'
hostess Monday evening at the veil. Mss leKay Sprinkle ....I.t. M. Grcnnell, Mrt. Thou A. Col- and roses formed the centerpiece Anderson Mn Wm. C. Webb orchestra Mr. Wooden .will! live his StlPrtR DAN('IVO ENJOYFDBV

supper In her home nt lea N. W. ed her daughter In entertaining tins. Mn, J. D. Redd. M.... Fred for tick brkl'* table which Mn. Walter Rutxke Mn. Moron daughter In marrlije. Mr lot- V.F.W cuoi'ra'
lith it Cut flowers and lighted Invited were Mn E. W. Suber and Mr. Edmund Price. 'was laid with a lire cloth. White- Hodc Mrs M. D. JacobwnMr eph E. Fletcher of Alturtt will A supper was held Monday
candles were used for decoration Mona, Mn Fred Rhode, Jr.,1 W. D. Cave, Jr., Mn. Vlm MBA IIEINLFiy TO CIO be matron of honor: Mrs Morgan evening In Arrant-Smith V. F. W.
e Present besides the hostess and Mrs Wayne Lawrence, Mr. R. t: Greene, Mss. D. P Harknei, TO P., T. A. MOlKIHOrMr fudge and Mn. Edwin File. home for the port and auxiliary/ '.

e the honoree, were Mrs. Henry roller, Mrs Clarence fray, Mr*. I WILLIAM\ )FORSYTH TO TAKE: AS BRIDE: I II Mrs Chai. D. Robertson Mn Herman Helnleln of Co- brddesmetronsl t | and Mill Carol member and their fimlllei ANterwardt.

Dixon, Mr. Wayne Lawrence, I John Whlchtrd. Mr*. C. r. Rob I VIRGINIA WOOD OF BUFFALO) AND MIAMI\ Albert January, Jr., Mn Bruce ennui! Palm dr, expect to lelSalurd.y \'* Button of Winter Haven and Mint dancing war enjoyed
lIlt Phylll Durk, Mix Emma Inaon, Mrs Curtis Lee Mr*. CI" I nalchelor, Mill Myrtle Moon ---
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for Ridge .
Engel Mill Ruth Engel Miss Williams Mn Viola King Mix Ann Mi'Lane and Miss
Mrs. Announcement II being mid graduated from Homestead High Jolyne Mock. to tttend the aoutheaitern area
Susanne Drown end Miss Rita David C. Williams. Mr. K.
of.the betrothal of Mlt Virginia School and from the Universityof Gift Mn, Robert workshop of the National Con.
Sprinkle. a Stills Mr*. Fred" J. ruth. were sent by MEAT GLAZED
Appointment were In white Jr. Mr. Gerald Elchar, Mrs L** Wood of Miami and Buffalo, i Florida where he wa member Morgan Mn. Wm. MuuelwhiteMn greet of Parents. and Tenrhert. LUNCHEON

and yellow at the luncheon given Henry Dixon, Mr. Dick Hub- N V, lo wmiim Henry Foriylh of Delta Tau Delta fraternity A. F. Wynn and follow operator Math vlce-pretldent. of the Florida
Wednesday by Mn. H. L. Brandenburg bard, MM. D. A. Burroughs, Mr*. II of Miami ion of Mrs L, E.Fonyth H* I* employed b? Eastern AirLines of Miss' Dnniey at the Congress, Mrs. Helnleln I II one L WITH SPICY APPLESAUCE
of the four women In led state
In Burdlne'l t lea room In E, R. Pickering, Mr. C. H. Oil, of Florid city, ind the Hornet lead telephone exchange to attend the workshop from Aug
Miami. Favors were miniature Mr*. Daniel Wllllimt, Mill PhyU lit* Mr, Fonyth 7-12.

awing kit, -wrapped In II. Burk, Mitt Margaret Gaby, A daughter of Mr. and Mr.*. ISAUELLE: GORDON'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVE)) -
white tissue and adorned with Mill Parbtr Jetii Smith Mitt Albert C Wood of Buffalo, the
we corsages of diltle Mn.Drandrnburg Audrey Orafe' 'ill Patty Dawson Bride-lo-be I I. a graduate of WITH WIENER AND MARSHMALLOW\ ROAST DORCAS CLASS MEETS:

prevented a luncheon Mitt Emma Engel Mill Ruth Bethany College where the' wit AT DAYIROME

let to the honor. Engel Miss Jolyne Mock, Mia a, member of Zcta Tau Alpha Miss iMbcll Gordon, daughterof Lewis, Elaine Duuey,, Dorothy
Mn.. H. J. Davit of SI I N. W.
Present betide those mentioned Suzanne Brawn and Miss Stella sorority. Mr,.and Mr, Earl Gordon, was Wine, Warren Grave, Willie Fourth it was hostess July 27 to

were Mr*. Daniel William Davit. The future bridegroom was honored en her fifteenth birth. I Home, Roger Brandenburg, Olin the Dorcki Class of Tint Baptist
*, Mr Caper William, Mr*. Wright Dill MuiKlwhlte, Bruce
day anniversary with wiener Church. After a business) session,
E. B. Bcglln. Mr Fred 1. Furht.it MRS HEMMINGS: GIVEN LIFE MEMBERSHH' a Ennli Bob Shiver, Billy Smith she served cake 'and punch.
Mr I I and marshmallow roast Monday I Chirle William, Charles Brown rcI1, 14
LeRoy Sprinkle end Mr. Othella Redd Invited the
IN W. S. C. S. )J1Y SILVER PALM
Mn. Edwin C, WlUaon. GROUPA evening at Homestead Bayfront I Jim Shaw Herbert McKinneyand group to.-meet It her home on 1

Miss Rita Sprinkle was hostess Park. Mervln Phecler, Aug 24.Preient.
al the kitchen shower lilt night life membership In the Wo- report on the ooclety' achievement Cheats were Penny Lee Diehl I Chaperones for thevtroup were betide those men-
.1 t the Sprinkle home In Caulds.TUN.AOERI mm' Society of Christian Service *. Mr Hedberg, the pastor, Mr. and Mrs Earl A Cordon Ironed
of Milton, p*., Ann Bogner, Joyce wIre Mn T. & Plche,
of' the MethodiM: Church was expressed the church'i appreciation Mm Gloria Gordon, Mica Mary .
rlri. J. R. Pope, Mr Jesse Goit-
Mn Marl Hem. Wollam Doris Richard, Nancy Lou Muuelwhlt and Mil Fay
presented to to the women for their up- .
TO DANCE man Mrs E. L Ltwrenc and r
Smith Flutle
nlnga, president of the Silver Draxton, LIIII.nCo.onut Hilllard.t .
and
port co-operation during the
TONIGHT AT REDLAND\ ifr*, Stell Harper, .
Him" group, it the recant slate put year.Cookies. 1 { 4 i r I
A dance for community teen. onferenr In Orlando. The memberihlp and punch wart .
ager'ind! their parent will beheld was a gift of the Silver icrved.FIDEUS. ce h

from I until 1030 o'clock Palm W. S C. S. For You A Rose MEAT," '

tonight at Redlind School a* e At the meeting of the local .

feature tif' the summer play group: In the church on July J7, CtASS MARXIMEMREBS' CUT ,
SIITIIDATIThe r
around program." MlM Dorothy Mrs. llcrnmlng made a report on 1 Mc.boa

Vaughn dance specialist it the the convention birthday anniversaries of t
,I # school ',llem'* Camp Redland, Mrs Alfred Hedberg, promo. Mrs T T. Bowen Mn. L. S.FllI.hu.h iI ildj
tanned lunchto mt G I ready for Instant use If raised
; will be In charge. lonal secretary gov the annual
Mn. W. W. Woodton
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BAKE II a lopping of aplcid ippl-I applesauce I I. used Here, I I. the
and Mr*. Ir* Anderson were celebrated 0 sauce and rhea Hit* to the family recipe for our trait trimmed meat
f at the meeting July IT of .O;; 3 ask for second tiolplng The Savor loaf.
the fldel Class of tint Baptist t binding of the fruit and meat give I $plctd Apple Glared. "Miatleift
I Needlecraft IVewscJ Church: at the home of Mr. Ceo this main dish Ita claim to tam.
1e ll-ounc'' cane U{ (MtpmnWhola
D. McConnell of Tennessee rd To'l1 ilio find that canned .ppl..ne. I luncheon' .: roast cinns.non
and neat bar convenience clovi U
Preterit, betide thou mentioned leaipounH
c-:: by Non Baxter were Mr. J. II. Drawdy ? and rating.economy: In their anrmativ ,cup,<'k.d rirmlx brawn I rutnutP oblmiioona. .

Mr, Earl Covey, Mr. W. B e e A pancreas serving of mat cmb I sunskuueiPlace .
Cave, Mn W. M. Hammock and had for 10 to IS cents per per.Uon .
IIF: you ever wanted. a din" dress. erly .. gad hit d,. Mrw. "hale. rtrry Mr. A, O Smith. If canned! luncheon meat t It melt together to form loaf
J I rod. .hat.1.1..1" .111. *. riyl. ,.. welt On .....10.|.. (il I wed 1 1".*" jwkrl. IhM + linn menu Hilling The houses 'In hallow baking pan. Score' with
yea. ",...,,01. Tsar l.twlln MM had., jarkrU. In ......J .hl.k, h1s. ,rll"-I",. i's. J t 4 container which yields four\ serf harp knita making dUcontl\: line
tare, h'. I diMiiN| >'inllna' rep| f,h.nr.. %ell. son \f IHI! hog' rmirtl l fur ,.kin* SILVER PALM nUOWlIlUP! e nga I I. not only rMionaU In price H Inch tpart Place a whole clove
yssr ass lUlliri (.Caw rlmiilulluH. *f thai' |> .1,1...",, I. Ins. t.. sew ter psarrlf MEETS AT WOOD HOME t.; What I It the .... ef tkla rut) to begin with, but It eontalni' B* I. the cuter of each square. Cora-
'yon ran. .h.... she (.1 Iw*. (sinus andrt'lrl of meal} bon or fat to'dboad. Proof' of use brow tucar cinnamon and
I.. I lik. and rmiliiM sire\ 1 U t .. The Rev Alfred Hedberg conducted A. Porterhouse aUak. tics popularity of caused mat Inganiral nutmeg In saucepan, Moisten with
Mil y.urwir.MMW ... .. I le that their production his,, vinegar and tilt le a smooth paat*
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a program on "Happinei : com .
erase M In lane vhh *.r E' bees Increased Stt( tiro** In the last Add applaaauc; blond will flac
live 4 U IdenllHcd
, ,.. In the Horn pt{ f rneettiLgof\ the, I canned neat *. of applesauce nUlur over
ArrMMlilv, MMMT fro *> J|..i'i* .| sat uw A. It from tli'beef shortloin I.a yiin.: Some forty cap
]J E f grad. ar. frniiniiw.. penal. ).... ...,,'t .heii ,." f Sliver Palm Young Adult Fellow/-- conxo. This tenderloin muscle II art ROW being told' to the cored! meal loaf lake la moderateoven .
)*ur* full .1( ......, pals l.trnikr, all Mr. and Mrs Warren Woodof fat f I. found between th.hnd.rloln The plane fur the baked meatloaf nililuia and serve with
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1 .ss 'hrr;; y.u. :II VOM are mild I .ml Could A film on Chin wee and the tail, I I. spiced appleaiuc This trim mitt loaf. YILLD: I .."101".
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rulers II )i>* are I rtiliui w woilr + Cookie and limeade" were this Coconut Anniversary Cake In a'delleotr.hill l| pink or a A. Hy broiling or ptnbroillnr For
I IH-rwn., wear -dii. ..i end, prayed. rl.1.I erve I ort, II >>v ar* ....!....Weir rl"n,..."muli Present were Mr. and Mr. Ib. luncheon or upper you plan for I shower birthday or wedding cut at lent t Inch thick It IIP
". II aililrltr, , .. diik, \ uced on the broiler rack *o
y* are rar anniversary party. Could anything bd more appropriate with lit topping
/nslsn with,. linihl'" Itiiiiinma, (If rs.ss, Hedberg, Mr. and Mn. Chad et lacy shredded coconut tinted the urns dillcttt shade t* the ml hut the top surface I* 8 to I A & P Food Store
wed .pr*|lr an a reiul.in.iloit' . uC lhl Johnson, Mr. and Mr, Howard1Croune petals, cryttalllied, that form the rout Inches from the heat. When
>pr. ,imuliuiwd. ......M ink. Ih.l ,Isle, Mr and Mr. W. T. It It no trouble at all to mike this cake, uilng a while cake mix, tin top I I. browned, the sled
M Milrr llon when' r.Care sel.cnsg. )lltthtwty, Mr. Frances llotbt but If you prelar start with unfrosted tor-bouht cake and add the I* reasoned turned andbrowned '
euliin fur yes, itrliriilr l lyp.. and Mil Catharine Thompson tltmour yourself, with tinted coconut and thl full-blown llfi-llk* roulCryidllltid on the second aide, 375 South Krome Ave. Homestead
SHH litlflil, ,win.l.inir day ill .d|,> lhwindvw asonod and carved ImmedlUlv ,
anil try..n I twlrly. .(raunrlu. I Anniversary' Cake Rt *>*ttl.: Select Thinner steaks Ire pan-
oils.. Yeah\1 sass ili l >r. rr thai Mm I I I I ctk. mla highly Mnld, freak, roaat. Wash ti111ri They are slowly
,....,.... Iwop sus tics, Ind Lera .1 t."r H cup slr.dd.d saunas, cut wall Remove petal and dnln. : t frylni-psn without I
.am and liitlilithi. year t pea, Usually, I I CliP milk Then remove white pulpy but of additional fat and turned oe ANN PAGE SALAD I DRESSING-
Ihs ....... murf flillrrli la y.. In rniHMf ... Tara cake kill Into bowl Add potala.. Best egg white until light csiJonally': for even cooking.
I blrfld In with' >air moil "brrcnvIn Reliable coconut and Dili w.IL Add H cup ,ly fotray. Brush both aide Qf petals Pint Jar........27c Quart Jar.47c,
beat I
*rmmn t \\un. Thrn,lr M dilrr.M of the milk. Blind then with whit, using until
.......".* rolun l wish I) |iur* e4liHliili ", Inut.. Add. Mroauint milk. Blond egg or flngan B* sure that pastrybrush no Caaerol Roaette
II wuiiwrrd lipMlrk. and IIvIolrKril and but I mlnat.t longer (Bill I
| / : turplu egg whit rtmilnt' on Mailed potato rosettes make
t liprtuk.; Vwi'll we thai.: sea's coke tliorouiljr by bud or .t a but that ANN
both sides attractive for meat
enmoist. PAGE GELATIN
peals n topping a SPARKLE
lip..'.... ,I.... with M.... raitHiiw f 01. low .peell of doctrle' mUr\ ) .
Radio Slit
sea Brlthl' end ll|..llrk, roe inil.nrv I.I U Repairs Turn Into two round I Inch layer tide ot grtnuUtad petal Plea soar petal onbota caiserole Ua a pastry tube and !
I Inh.rnivnlam wish fwhtla 1 ra>pl'>rrry pint. 114 itch** AMP which have on tray and atone la rfrliitor. ecorate( with mashed potato a* I DESSERTS-3 .
lipilMk talus kluUk ncdl) rlwhraotlhM iss llnd I *n bottom with plainntp.r I when decorating a ctke. Place
01..... (:.. ....... ,mill dry. Mint leaves may b* coat-
rant (1..1.11'. thin (rened. Bake In nod- he casserole In the broiler Just
tail used
ed the
liBMiik" and. mil ,..11.") .huld bled. Backed by ante ea (ITIT 10 to SI mln- leaves In urn way t* enough to give the potatoes ANN PAGE CATSUP-14: oz. bottle.19c:
d wish she ,.1., ol )ese' rertum. liens lies Cool cake .la pan on rack Ilonl
,. are MIM. .>( the. .llilrti. Bur* red and. s IS yean of experience for I mints Then\ looses from t. Tint Ctitnutl. Plies coconut In .n appealing brown touch.
| rna-rrd i poppy. trr.niMm) lipillrk (Id** with ipatvlt turn out, remove a glass Jar. (lib tot nil Jar more
dsu t I II) make. all em sirs. "brihlf-r,| : paper and run tight aide .p on than U'lulU Dllut a Small amount Coated FrisksHere's NECTAR PEKOrand ORANGE PEKO :
tl) "Ming *ul 1 the 'hrllUinr. .1! hlury racki pad< cool before froittng.
ct (food coloring ind sprinkle over one for youngtter Place TEA25c
blue' yrll.w and
paws .rintr levee Mlnvt Frosting
> pus red in rear tiuiiw nlnril I:: II) Your RCA Victor btwa Spread. Itjrwt and ea lop and coconut Com Jar and shake ,'.IIr- I frankfurter on mustard-apreed VdiL pkr. .,........."..,......."......................."...
I 1. 1 r".1( Ih* irern In rhtrlrmt. and mil ymr ewe .kallilng, awn Cl,"lrviUR -'. lldt and decorate top ol cake with\ nasty until coloring I I. evsi rfly dl*> slices of bread roll fatten with
., .1 ....1.. tl.I.1 rUn teem. . .1...." she" Milim oilersga l ; Radio and Television I full blown rot mad of Crrttalllid lilbuted and deilr'!, ,"a4e"la ob- toothpick and heat In your
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DOLLS COMPETETONIGIIT r One-inch 'LEADER.ENTERPRISR Friday, AU<*. 4, JIIiO-7 i
of Water a Week .

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING w* buy MO sin l MM *wu and ; i
FOR II Needed by Home Gardens Miscellaneous\ pictol of mil kind NtUt, tl Iaw !'
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F I the i ...,.tW pld. Teeth, i&dngibwekka .

The cherished dolls at Bedlam r.,.-_... ....,.... ..... I If from pe.who UM ball park took Wednesday a McqpcW ."eta Wail1. II APfcOIWll (..ttf....)
\ r. and liomwtrad playgraund girl ( ) Card of Thanks Benson Electric Has Uht\ will return It U the Glad!
will romwt tMlajbt fr tilt Mil. (Restaurant, no cjueaUan will be
peters offered arwuallr .* MM CJI. -...aa.aa..aa..a..."..hMcmix'rs Phil co Appliances **kdadng action taken. Otherwise .
t Homestead BwltiMi and JtafMsfonal . he will be proaaevUd,

r Women' Club The allow The. ( of the family of Mr.*.
will be a feature of the playground yq'17r Cc.Ua Jcfreacknowled J ( ..e with Prlowtea, Ph. 441 Charlie'sPlumbing i
open house (10 be held y roUPlndf'rltand.. Some vacation aren't teitle
.loon! gratitude !
from 7'SO to II o'rlixk In the for' the whole. family. But whento Shop
and 'mllllth ao beautifullyimpressed
Mr. me | INV the chlMrwt? Redd'shotel
l Homestead school cafetorlum
c At S o'clock prise of $S fori to them In their For ale: All vtrlelle of avocado It the lllC'e. Mr*. O. F.:
( rI berrn\cment tree, $78 per 100 brook Redd, proP.. M W. Mowry at. 203 N. Krome

i : ............... .............. Tower Nursery, toe (mUtfCOMCRETB ) lit Reference. ()Ph'j')

}r Brooks Inc. '- I I For Rent I BLACKS an rites. General repairing, carpentry.I S. Plamblng FUlare CanlrtrUrPlanking

/' _...._......__.. ....................0......I Bruce' Block Co, NarkitJ*. Fla l d rip sad Supplies.
!:J and Phone f7S, terkrg.
and - For rent: Large apartment, H.J Nottag. Ph. S l-n. (pall) (
ver I A Milky eaavi heal *erre* a* an Irrlgkttoa ditch mile north of Reriland School
Ph. 503-R 4. (14-11)&\) i... ..... ......... ....... ;
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Success In the home garden Is deep! following the water. I
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Oldest Completely' 1111 more dependent upon wittr than just a* rifCi-Biary to the pliats II SPECIALS CHILDREN boarded and enter- Wanted
my other factor Even when ihow. water, and air does not enter. free I rained while parents. go on
: / Equipped GroveCaretakers era are frequent your arch nosy ly Into water soaked soil, taut doe Downstairs" apt., I room, private ll-ta. ft Deer-frees .6115.51ses vacation Mr.. O F. Redd .yaa .:
,a : be vulTerlng from drouth. The replace the water li soil dries out entrance use of bark lI'ed, { ft Dee fre**, _.||||..M4e Redd'l 'Iott'15\ W Mowry *LPh. ::: :::: :
e/I I mount of water necessary for vigorous The' old-lime practice of "givingthe porch share Frlgldilre and 11 .. a Deepfrert 6111.11Alen Ill References.(128)RADIO ( ) $ down payment on "
Ij growth .U estimated to be at plant a drink then H'l dry" U \
$S9 month during um house In Homestead or Red
1 lent one Inch each week; more In pull the best one lor \the girdca. stove I
sandy Mil. If this amount does not Methods of automatic watering mer. Mr. Matt Chandler, Silver available! : I Und What can you offer Dox
j or fall In rain It should b* made up which maintain a constant water Palm' dr. tnd house 'west of New IIS Norg !laPORCELAIN. RPAIR-Qulrk service A-IJS Loader-r-Entrprl. (pad
by artificial watering.A level have bam developed tor Tenn. rd. Ph. 447-J-l. (Mtt) All work guaranteed.! Pniu.treasonable I
frequent comment during a greenhouse benches; but they cannot Robert J. Brook.
p. o. rox II bor summer drouth Is: "I watered my be applied the garden Her Robert rd Just north ot Film Two o bedroom apartment in I
v July but the water Is *o cold. It It Is best to maintain the cycle' of Harris Co.
IIOMF.STr.AD! FLA. garden Refrigeration Drlva, Florid City Phone 31-W. Homestead Redlandi I
did no good" Careful tests have waking the soil, then letting It dry, For rent:Small cabin $JJ month. or are
I shone 7S-B proved that cold water I I. lull ai making sure that you soak It often I Iv Mr.., L. S. FiUhugh, 1021 N. II* N. Know Ph. IM yearly rental bails. Phon*,I4-J.. I
Icr good a* warm water for a garden.It enough to keep the pl.nll11I1 E. Fifth eve. (pad) (pat) I
I la all warm when the plant get i vigorously.Air Could pump, sales and .service
It; and If .It falls to benefit the will not enter freely soil I............................. SILVER PALM SERVICE, Sll.\
plane the trouble usually It not which I II too compact, or crusted Desk In ground floor officeavailable sec Palm dr. & Newton rd. Ph Position open for experienced
that the water I.I cold, but not on the surface to keep t local ipnre Home For Sale-Real Estate 882-W-l. (Jfltt) salesman Benson Electric Co.. L
enough ta I supplied. surface \Uw beat method U to UM a in center of
!' ; On Inch of water I I. much more mulch, of any suitable material, stead business district Phone ,J.-i., I Princeton, Fla. Phone Homestead
DOIjj ; than amateur ilrdenerl are accustomed covering the soil around plants 761-R. (JyI4-28)) 442. (pjy7-tf)
; to apply. It cannot be applied Shallow cultivation I* also after For tale: 40 acre high pine, good 1 llomesteid Clasp Co.-Clas* tot
Mr ; by brief sprinkling,even dally, live. for ivocidos, manta or lime tit purpoaea. W* do steel dash 4
Wanted to buy: Farmsll H tractor
Moreover instead of dally wattrIng While water may be applied to ROOMS, upitatri crosi-ventlla- Call 443-M or 48J-R-4. (JUtf) lining and gluing el .U types
Ky. It would be better to apply t the garden by sprinklers, this method 81 N W 2nd rt. Phone 171 with cultivator. Ph. Perrlni
weck'l supply at a time. In Irrigated takes more mater end In the tlon, off-street parking, next 7-39M. (slut) !
farm. tnd orchards, vegetable pInt the combination of door to .resUunnt, summer rates
(Gaetaald d) tint I ", onOl'* supply I II often given In high temperatures and wet leave b y day or week Gateway Guest'' PAINTING and DECORATING
will one .pplle.uon. favor spreading of fungus disease Home, 25t a Krome. (putt)) . 1/IN111n11N-In11111111NIIN/I
Interior and exterior McLean.Phone
8oi,35s'J III : The advantage of this li that the A canvas boa which leaks all List Your Property Dr. Leonard W. llaskin
+ 1 soil .li soaked deeply and a* the along It* surface spreads water 74 -R, (pdJl) I -.....adM .lo. I" lt-l ...oarmini
'J water level slowly falls air enteri evenly and applies it directly to the sod HojoirtM. of
Pint ...571 the soil while the plant roots crow soil surface, J-room tpartment with bathroomand We Have Buyers "
fRbt T OiIOH and electric light Available Lawn mower rental and repair GLASSESIU
elversr Qt..97f May I. Mr. Oar Barber, S SILVER PALM SERVICE, Sll. N. E. 14 8U Miami., FU.OonW .
uw i wa\IIf Redlund rd. (H4tf! ) 9-bedroom frame house includes vet Palm dr, & Newton rd. Ph. .olr Alt. O Hliao| I
refrigerator, stove and $92-Wa. (j J9tf) rliONI i-uti
M7Nr; GaL'2.97Made I Grove Owners and GrowersWhy ..................................... hot water heater( Priced at .......................HIINNII. I

"'" kRhl For; Sale-3Ilsccllancou\ $5,000. Terms SEE ALEX LANIER for well Ii
let and sell drilling. N. E. King Highway. j i
not us pick products
up your
in Florida .. .... 3-bedroom home In excellentNORTIIEAST Ph. 631-H. 1
.... ........ ... 0. .
through our sale department At highest location Large

I'd I u prices obtainable for a very small fee. Con Fresh flshn.pper Sic Ib; largeKey living room with fireplire end -
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Outdoor barbecue Many extra Expert! "r1 repairing.
Kllli every kind of .household tact us for further Information. West shrimp 8c lb. Reed! I ll II
insect from sandfly to scorpion .' Margaret features, Beautiful palms All work guaranteed! Nell', II.
Poultry Market opposlt and landscaped setting. ONLY IS B. Krome. Phone III. (oU-tf)
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IIECTOR SUPPLY. J7('0.lIomf'studh. Rothman. Produce Co. Ann, (*4)) $8,400. Terms

CAMP V BKANDENBl'Ra I Bonded by the State Department of Agriculture SEE THIS BEAUTIFULLY HARDEN.Hauling.. landscaping I
Florida City 126 N. W. St 8t.. Miami Home Ph. IMJ58 for ilk: MrCormlck-Deerlng 0-4 FURNISHED 3-bedroom home topsoil potting toll\ .send.rock'III.
Ing" type tractor Small compact, near school Largo enclosed Ph. I43-R. Writ Rt 1, Box
In powerful excellent mechanically, )Jalouilcd porch Buth and EXTRA I 14-A, llomeitead.MORTOAUE.
I of good rubber, power take-off. Ph. lavatory, Landscaped
I- 400-M-2. (.4tf) yard 'with barbecue. TOTAL ,
f Jack'sI'Vrecycercrvice for : PRICE ".500 with very low LOANS _
-l qUIlT"r j '. Buy aGood, . '.w.. : ,. ot."''eMs1r'hsdgwbtlci. rnpnhljr| paymen! )U. I Insurance fund Home, eom-i, .. I
\' ; Speclal-i ;; mercies Indiutrlal. No( chargefor
I Reed Poultry Market, Opposite| NEAT!: 1-bedroom nRAUTI- Innix-cllon. Quick action. ...
Margaret Ann. (*4)) I FULLY FURNISHED home on ELEANOR tltOSrilFR.ItealUir : .
414 S. Krome Ave. !
ID-acre Grow 10500. Term,
Used Car I 147 S. ntler" Ph. tll-J \ '
Phone 789 ATTIC FAN. "..h. p. Westinghrmne Newly built 3-bedronm CBS I
'! rnntur. Coulnmbe\ Ph. home. All large room with A l... ; basket *f gift a. \luMI
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281-M-4, Tenneiaee rd. (i4-ll) window Living M M exprMstoa *4 ....
glass Julouuled
Night and Sunday 7ft DO reliable witch reptlnni wIll from puMM **4rtM' loulwraJunU
Phone'! Izt 1S49-FORD TUDOR-just like new room In knotty pine with Woods Jewelry, MrCrory Ar. It reukav. *get U- I
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foot beam celling.: Tiled bath end rail. (*nu: .tIII...*. "uM .>ve4 W.lha .
new tire, new battery ....................$))395 1949 radio Ford 193(1 ronv( Chev overdrive pickup. and Ph. kitchen.stove refrigerator Includes new and electric water have Mty moved, an:'1'I' Mthr:

I cry B21-M. (pa4)) oe Juat poewn* Iwetl UWo... "
milo from llnmeftead.
heater. Four -
}tl "I I rtwrtt. sousing U ..,. h' ,
Priced at $17,250 with Violet K. Deltz
I eat ee ojMitatMi. An M* I*
1SI8-CHEVROLET FLi ET-LINE TU- teruti' Call i
I I eaaw thoM gnu. pair
: .' Is now associated with Welcome W****Boo.....,.IMMkPM \
Try Us When You Need worth of extra .
DOK-4350 equip-
: We .
BuyBurlap Landscaped lots, 100' 135'. Credit Bureau of .. Is Weed b t. I
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ment including rnlli4t.)3.l Desirable In northeast! I
A Haircut or ) : corner
Shave old : I Bagsand loc.tlonI"roo." I Homestead.t.tg Welcome'!! Wagon 1

: Cotton Bags MWTOIKMr a MoooNiD' LOta6RH
8 acres. on Halnlln lit $30000
Halreot _.__.___ iSe 1919-FORD HALP-TON PICKUP-like We also recondition and per acre. .I *. Geraldine Champney

Shave __. .._.- IleJ :: : new; only 12,000 miles.......,...?..,....$1050 I tell them 40 'dJrt'I'! on Ttedinml I Rood at = Ph. S6-J Ilonwttead.
Shampoo (Medicated) _. 1.00/ I .
"' I A.B.C. BAG CO. $150 per . Facial Pack ___ iSe C. | I

Misusage (plain) __ lSe City.A........ l 'l 1S19-DODGE HALF-TON PICKUP- 911 N. W. 5th Ave. FOR COMPLETE REAL I

Combination Facial "_'_ n. I I III .. Miami ESTATE SERVICE 1M LAND SURVEYING
in condi
for I just repainted ; perfect
Tonle __._._ IS.I im I rhone IJIJ71CIGNC
,, tion. Must be to be
,;I Mustache Trim _._ 15 In UM"' seen appre- I RICHARD FUCHS Hugh F. Duvul

Shampoo (Plain) 160it T". ciated .............................""..................$1095 J i Registered Ilroker Everett W. Shulcr .
I P. John H. Hale and Faye Banner d

f of.. : : ; Registered Salesmen Phone 1171,1 < After I. p. nil. 7M-W I i!.
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Iht .
it lilt N. Federal Hwy.
BUSH'S .of W will.. ESTAVER-LONG MOTORS INC. I & .h. 509-W d Phone 311 P.O. Box SD3 Homestead Engineering Co. '' ;

... ,. Member of Chamberof
t BarberShop ISM.-: Herman Marks\ I Commerce ICGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR '
: Dodge-Plymouth Dealer I
Ope. City Hall "
: Phone 171 Fu elenAve. llomenlead I
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= Health
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U. s. 1. at :-ar.nJl-la.t of Wishing Well The Keystone of HappinessCourses
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; Breezeway I Seminole TheatreTWO Phone 429-J ,

I. of treatment outlined to suit 1;:
CHOWS DAILY 7 ailS P. M. Phone N*. 1)1KATl'RDAY )
) Admission Price tie ; and SUNDAY eontlnaous I till IL your individual requirements ; :
. CMIdrea. fader Twelve ... Admlnloni Adallat Night, .lel| Matinee (CUll I p. m.), isle Corrective \i'
General and
Box Office Open T : nndre.1 under .... tel tea .. twelve I4e. (Tn Ineladed> MASSAGE:

t Lust Time Today "Cartaln CU at Car_ freefc" Inc. CABINET 11 ATI IS: Steam and Vapor
Last Times Today Giffen Industries

f Plus "N "AJO SATURDAY ROCKY Aug.LANE 5-Doabl., EDDY WALLER Featv In'Program COLONIC IRRIGATION: Modern\ equipment

..i SATURDAY, "I>>OWI>ER RIVER RUSTLERS"And I Roofing of All Kinds WE OFFER A SAFE SENSIBLE REDUCING PLAN #,
If.. GARY COOPER, the !motion. picture explorer GEORGE BREAKSTON,

n "LIVES OF A "JUNGLE YERKB COPLEN STAMPEDE"In Poured-in-Place Gypsum Decks 'J. C. Simpson Rinnie K. Simpsonrt )'

Alai "A HAUNTINO
Tile Manufacturing
SUNDAY... MONDAY. Aag. 1-i Cement Nassau, Registered. Masseuse
SUNDAY and STERLING HAYDEN, JEAN HAGF.N LOUIS CALHERN in ,
6. KIRK DOUGLAS, LAUREN "ASPHALT JUNGLE" It Solar Water !testers Ky Appointment Only Phone 116-W.

; '., HOAGY Added: Careen Camedy. Path New. Sheet Metal Work l

"YOUNG MAN TITStlAY!' and WEDNESDAY Aug. .-. 1r r
r: Ala "TIMBER: : FJIROL FLYNN, GREEK ARSON, WALTER PIDGEON, Insulation
Rv* ROBERT YOUNG InrIIA Ed. L Branam's Funeral Home
TI'ESOAY and ( T TOKSYTII WOMAN"Color ArousUtall\laterials\
DOROTHY LAMOUR,
( by Technicolor) '. '
SUCCESSOR TO TURNER
"LULU Added: C....... Pee Smith Specially Air Conditioning ,

: AiM WILLIAM EYTHE; THURSDAY end FRIDAY; Ant. l-ll Fan Ventilation 24-Hour. Oxygen-Equipped t '
:; ., "CUSTOMS GARY COOPER, LAUREN JACK CARSON BACALL In, PATRICIA NEAL )J. f Ambulance Service

J' THUKKDAY.aarf I "BRIGHT I LEAF" n Fyee EatI8Ia.. .

The MARX Added: Cartaoy ParamxBt New. 272 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables Cremation
"LOVE ( '
.. Ab AMAZON I Cawing Taevdar BROW and wink Wednesday Paid DMglaa Aag.and 1:1:.;::. Teten."I-OVE T1IAT I hon t. -1651.1';.'. 4-1W2. .\. 48-3121 Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.



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Legend of Black Caesar's Origin and little.hatred la. fell eyes dim I))8-LEADER-ENTBRrnl5E' Friday, AUf 4, 1950


Featured: in Florida Highways Issue I A few mile. off Ute Florida Mack Caesar .*,lured many a fund'" Inquired the humble male.
coast, "the ahlp plunged headlongInto crew Met Itrippeclllllll1 a veLH "Well" tiplalned the lowly NOW forHurricane
hurricuM The and I Prepare
a captain learned tM tricks of t ewreckers one, "you trust me and let me .
"ki' "'W '........ I I hold. Black Caesar cam back to crew took to the boat with rethought From CoeeJobo Cay, he handle the fln'ncee.-IEK.
:\.Wes ;"'= .. | conaciousfM slowly, feeling. f1rIIIJlon"I of their black cargo Only lured hips with f.... HgMs. Ht
aya--...--. ._.... .d'U tnraa Ie the ': :boat, HIM th* mat ........... thinking of murdered his one and only friend, ,
__ Iwat" st -t tear the warm.. lass. HI the Pent ...... What prU to the while mate' In a fight over I
I I muscles trained. lie could net deliver to Havana. And .11 for I captured French girl
wove; a savage, raging anger exploded himself, too. H* leaped down Into I
South of Miami there II I aF In hi* brain. the hold and unlocked the chain Hit luck chanted with themurd.r. 1 1asa' Weather!
[ One man, he found, wsacot
spalJHnf creek It I It calledCaetVfl "Uk a trapped lion he It," the The Chip was linking, but. the a* food M two tt piracy, And I
for a man who walked mIte told the captain. H* WM a two of them could mm a boat the law WM finding Its reluctant
Its be**! more than a century thin, dour used to Wckblrdlng -
man,
The warmth of the riling sun way down the east coast of
I nOC uarter ago But hi. story Slaves to 1
were money
stirred the black man. H* got ur Florida. I .
MIMI root In Florid but in him and nothing more Out Ca- .
lowly, stumbling lie flexed hi'
Black Caesar living! like I
wa
AI. : I I Cacumb
car was not Ilk*, th' other muscles Slowly, then with gathering .r
slaw not a king when Jose Oat
I
th* blinding trip of They accepted their destiny.I peed, freedom ran Into hli tailed through the Florida
belct1/l./ ocean shone blue and Their moaning rose' from the hold vein. lie tared down at the itralta.pan Ctipar had been an officer II 'mmer pat demands VENJltA TED ;

tooL but In the purple ihide, like the ***enc* of human puny whIte man and laughter! In the Spanish''nav,. Now he M year
whcKJIh* black man crouched, wardrete thai.
But Clack Caesar formed In his throat Who war
the Jiiiiot. of Africa teamed up napped at his chain. He mlllr"1 slave on this Iclind Who, mattcrT was a pirate j I' ax be met only
ward from the rotting ground food and water Only Caesar murdered the French by regular clean
and lung in the motionless air. mate talked to him did the anger In the year that followed girl and toaied In his lot with ; lag Keep sillstries
Gasparllla. II.. lived the life .of ,I fresh, and
The Hack held himself still!, AWNING\ SUUERS
Ubt brother of the rout, workIng .
like a tree. Only hli eye moved, eeel with err I
out of a home bait on tht servkIng.
following the white men who lepnelch I
walked up the trail from the lull of Mexico. I', Call us Uds -
( II. Couch and Morris
.... ,co. Guadagno Oasparllla'i\ loot mounted Into ,1 t tAN I

They were within a ipeir'i r million Ht ruled I fantastic ......La na.md.mt..e
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Hit watch-towtri h. M..0.Cu
throw now. Still he did not move. Have Purchased empire the gulf; his men searched commanded .. r ..... ..,110 Will protect you from sun in clear weatherand
even
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Not the sound of a breath e..1TRADE -""

betrayed him. the sea wu with lighted teleacopei., a bell tolled.When tprlit WINDS from rain and wind when the storms
Then suddenly, lit raised his Redland Millworkand
DRY CLEANERS
bell tolled, often, since the
The
hand And Made 'of
the Jungle came alive come. tough extruded aluminum
with naked savage. Spanish "floU" must pass near 1S> .. E. 1st Av. Th. Ill
Florida on tla way from Mexico: '
Jill whit lla ver-cs plain lucked attractively painted.
have added a The fleet was
lit ,hie \breath. He took a quickstep to Spain. plate I
backward from the giant richly IlIdenwith gold 'and Iiiveremecaldi'end -

who-- blocked the rubles, I
trail. He hand
The lived" cod. Other storm shutters built to your require-
moved\ cautiously toward his SHEET METAL DEPARTMENT Before iplratet setting to'capture by a t NOW rsr cal 1I1y. .

gun.But tie could not !kill this' man. price, they ,drew up. a, Mt of REPAIRS andACCESSORIES ,ments in masonitc and redwood or masonite

This black was oven feet tall article portioning to each, pies and aluminum.
Place order NOW to be
and formed like 'a black Apollo. his just share'Mdght arm wu your
What a price ht would bring In We will be in position to take care worth 600 plecei of eight' or six safe

a 'WM Indian stave market! slaves, A left arm 500 piece: of u,.. air 6MACPIAHImmediate
%.'.IV.,,, moved slowly Into of jour sheet metal requirement eight, or five alavn.There .

the clearing, circling' the whit were-' gentlemen,among
men.; They waited for I signal no matter what they may be. the pirate*-lawyers, poet, artI Service \a

from. their leider, I fats Some, like the LaFltten, were
With Infinite caution, the whit. patriot But none wa' a man of
man held out hi. hand A round ptaca. Reasonable Prices

object glittered in the sunlight. A banker, ailing from Boston Geo. N. McHugh Contractor

nearer Tht' big The negro muscles moved under I step his Redland Mill & Sheet Metal Works'Phone to New Orleans, I.ft'an' accountof Quality Workmanship ,
I pirate raid. )He was carrying
ebony akin rippled, He wu wire bank notes; be hid sewed them In .
of curiosity about the strange .llomestead 471M'S. *
his vent.The>> ,
ENGINE OVERHAUL
ship riding the blue and white ihlp rounded Cape Sable,
.**. But\ his mind was cough W. llh Ave. tnd RU-lly tire 8.AU Track turned up the gulf toward New O 172 PhoneHomestead
BRAKE SERVICE
on th-golden gleam from thr Orleans But at daybreak one
while rnan' hand. The yellow o
morning, there was I flash of
object) Wag alive It'. heart beat I MOTOR TUNa-VI'
wII'rapldly
I
tick-lock,.tlck-tock. cannon.overhauled The by I ship strange vessel 0 S. Krome Ave. 763-R
The aliver smiled He laid thr FRONT END ALIGNMENT
"Pirate, the captain yelled.
watch quite carefully, upon the "Arm' yourself a o

trail." -Wt'll call him Black Caesar Open 24 Hours A Day The Bo.t nian had no gun H? I' FAINTINGBOOT
he laid to his mate 0
Caution and curiosity warredIn waited trembling ai the pirates AND FENDER ..
boarded the ihlp. An evil-eyed
the negro'i mind. Then he REPAIR
ruffian dashed off! his cravat i
LUNCHES PACKED
reached down and swept the o
'' him the boat
threw Into pirate|
watch Into his hand He pressedIt For Karlyrisintf Fithcrmen. BEAT COVERS
and left him.
against his His o
ear eyes ought
the boat. With his men following, (:Jowl Sirloin Steaks, Chop( Shrimp, Lying against there the, hi bank* heart note poundIng he- CmOLHTERIVGUNDERCOATIMG: >9 ; You Can Own a House
he walked ..
slowly to the He o
((!
olden Fried
Chicken iaw the pirate force (the captain
plunged Into the surf and swam
to his knee. They slashed off! the
toward the boatH 0
captain' arm*. They, poured turprntlnt 1
,''e pulled hlmsvlf! up over the over him an l.t hlii POlaLAINIZISQLt1BIICAnON , die (letten tl&1t.on.... I
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rail' landing like I tiger on his GLADES RESTAURANT .flame, o toaar ewdm of THI CHRISTUN -
felt There was I splinteringcrash SCIENCE MONITOR
... I blinding flash" tl tarred The thlp'l craw were murderedwith 0GENERAL tell the Editor hew mad day BERBER BUILTTo .
light, and then darkness Ill s. KROME AVE., HOMESTEAD equal brutality, A plntdshot REPAIRS I enfor thb MIl,J _. l4wldef I
turned
and \
the' captain' dog
It was death-dark In the shlp'l o --"rr
awn*, roaring will laughter II.rrm..mberrd .
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his captive then.A A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO- "TJ AfaeJeee h roe moll
BUMPER SERVICE M.feily ali4
pirate dashed it the IJOI- O t't. H ,.. U. I. e.Mh. .* I
Ionian with iword. The bunk
a BUDGET PLA'N IK W.KIREU: 'Vtbullt M to MM-
note spilled out Instead of blood. PAT AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKER Ito g . .' Your
For a Joke the pirate touted the
O "Nears Aft h ttmfldtT
primmer back onto the linking' : SERVICE sad fdr. . .- I Own Specifications

ihlp.The O Mass reply It t
pirate bell tolled often In "MW' weareky ,
those day when Spain| was looscnlng I
1
her hold on Florida. Then Bird Chevrolet Co. Yea too.t will ".1"the Monitorintofnwtirt : r A
on I bright morning, In 1820, It complete )
world sews . and U necessary
tolled for the last lime.'A IIT N. Krm Av*.
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