Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 15, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
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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: VID00730
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY I SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 V
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. . Mayor To Veto Garbage Tax MondayV i,













, r: With foils Hint; Overriding Is LikelyRoyal j j'I !





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I b Why Not a Lease? Florida City Farm Mart PROPOSED SWAP OF RECEPTIONAREA .

Promised War ,TACKS TO KEEP Second in Sales Volume .

(A* Editorial)
Florida City State Farmer

VEHICLES OFF The Tropical Youth Center may well be the Market placed! second In the llat AND ASSETS ALSO SLATED
for the volume of business last
that has to Homestead in
lest thing happened season, Marketmaster C. S. Phil. '

for AreaIf years, and the city, its civic club and its individual lip reported at the annual con.

Industries R RUNWAYS citizens called undoubtedly. will rally to its support M hen-1 week ferenre In JacksonHie.of managers Last held.season lint FOR CITY FATHERS'ATTENTION:, .

ever upon.However the market handled 913,581 units

the proposal for the city to deed. of produce for. For gross the returns.....n ofU.T73.42U3. Moon Eclipse Scheduled The city council Monday night_

Is Available To prevent vehicle from crone some fifteen or more acres of land and recreation season, 192,611: I packages brought'
Labor Ing the runways at Homestead Monday Night Sept. 25 will again be faced with It* con-'
return of 03,421,711.08.The >>,
in grow
Field, two kegs of roofing tick facilities to an untried, fledgling organization a II trovers! garbage UK ordln.nce.tbl. ,
market
I have boon scattered at the Tillahtuea token swap for a 2.13-acre city hall site in an undeveloped largest PompAno and topa the other then 14 The moon will be In total) time with Mayor S. E.UvlnastOll" ]
Then. eclipse between 10 M and 11:M
dr. entrance, reports subdivision, is as unnecessary as it is state markets both In volume and JJ, veto attached. to It,,
B. Royal who It In charge of the Monday evening, Sept. reports -
labor available to field. unrealistic. gross return Dr, Russell W. Williams The mayor Mid yesterday that
A c(
survey 40-itall shed Is I.i
A fourth
open
"We don't want U ruin folks'tlrei i Instructor In a 16-week! course In alter long study of the measure.
work In war Industries which maybe Why not lease the recreation facilities to the expected( lo be completed at the
but we do want them to descriptive astronomy to begin he had derided to veto It and .
brought here 1 I. being made by the is leased to I market by the opening of the season Sept, 26 at University of Miami
keep off the runway where they Youth Center just as! city hospital of tho recommend to the council' that the
he
around ( first year. ,, ;
Thos. B Royal of Homestead. endanger their own lives and those the hospital association-at a dollar a year? The Before the ecllpto, the shadowof be submitted to vote
question a ,
arid "'J'heCM the earth may be aorn passing!!
"Washington hat assured methat of the fliere, Royal
if Insists that we keep traffic I Youth Center organization I is asking that the city across the dine of the moon whirl of the cltltrns of Homestead t,

we can get. the labor Industries; Royal'lsaid off the runways, and since carl continue to keep on furnishing lights: water and A. C. DEPUTY DIESUNEXPECTEDLY will shine with a faint, coppery Also slated to come before the( ;
th
we can supply whowants persistently go around the barricades I maintenance of grounds. This it does for the hos- I color. "It will bo a beautiful and council I li a proposal that 'Pit''

yesterday to work-"Anybody skilled or unskilled tack we treatment.erect we If arc trying neeemaryspikes the pital under a dollar a year lease, and this it could II : twe-lniplring should are," says tight Dr. Williams that all city deed tome fifteen or twenty

man or woman, handicapped will be embedded to discourage do for the Youth Center, as well, under lease. The astronomy claaae will beheld acres comprising the municipal
the traffic )HERE[ SINCE 1917 from T:IS to 1:25 on Tuesday! ball park, swimming pool, tennU
or ablebodiedacted "The runways are tied by Air- As for a new city hall site; former council- and Thursday evenings In Room courts, trailer parks and chamber
lo register by writing a post cardto t M-IIO In the Merrlik Building. fa commerce grounds to the Trop
Brown's DustIng offered such
line Training, Inc. men remember \\hcn.Mr. English a
leal Youth Center In txchannethe
Post Office Box 733. Tt'-qsm! Service and private fliers\ and Alfred Carl Deputy of lot N Typewritten roles will be supplied
site atro without feny strings attachedto city would receive a Uh-
swap
age, eptcial skills or tkr we have had several near-acci years W. Fourth ave. died unexpectedly II students for the threecreditcourse
lYouJd) be listed. tell denta between the planes and it. It would be a smart investment for any subdivision Wednesday In Jame Archer which will Include the acre lot In J. 'W, F..nII.t.ub.o
division, Ovid'Center, for sped
art and science 6t the
the
philosophy
what's with
will not be available trespassing cars I owner. Moreover, wrong Smith after Hidden and
"The Jobs Hospital a fled use! as t new city hall
sun, planets,, atars and all the
now, but if the survey shows present city hall site! The city needs to expand its Illness. On Thursday night, the Interesting phenomena of the post office site. r.naUahI\ tlrat

i 'that the.>labor It )her, loll of jail accommodations,' but that could be accomplished body was sent by Branam Funeral heavens, says Dr Williams vice-president and Councilman.K

war manufacturing can be by erecting a Comparatively inexpensive Home lo Columbus, Miss, Dr Wlllliml gives talks on board 1 E King of director II I chairman of Tropical of the

brought in. In event the labor a fire house on other city-owned land and turningthe for funeral service and burial. Sunday astronomy afternoon on television each! Youth ,Center The president U

supply exceed the war demand I IL If -1 present fire f titallo r" !into jail cells. : Mr Deputy had been in illbsessfI --- George Sk.lI.!! .. .
f I the section tav.beclaulficxl as REV. L. S.LS.MOWRYBACK. )f }\' 'l for ,,1-everal 1 yarn so thai r The'<4 Mitrll' (to* )hot Jane t.. .. "',
't ' *. And 'when the city' needs( more municipal* BALLARD heed thr mayor't tuggentlnn foe '
n ,"dlitre .irat? with! Tiiiih priority he gave only part tune attention COL. ;

for government factories end the { offices, the city hall can always be built skyward. to his business, the Homestead a but referendum! on the the garbage garbage ordU taxi
p may repast
possibility ot tremendous new ,, Let's not get' all lathered up to dissipate thecity's Music and Appliance Co. at 31 GUARD PRAISEDBY name over the maor'l veto by
N. Krome He at his vote. At
payrolls. aw* wee two-thirds majority
Ttf CHURCH HERE assets when there is no need for it. These
the two weeks (he
meeting ago
"Workers are asked not to store Wednesday! morning apparently -
transfer from other war work assets can be leased! out and still show on the credit \ no worse than ususl TOP BRASS ordinance wt pasted by a vote

but even the skills of the blind HE HELPED FOUNDSunday side of the city's lalance sheet when we need to While at home teethe afternoon of three to two with Councilman
E. E King, father and ardent
can be used in the proposed fac
make such a showing. Col Robert A Billiard and! the
'
he suffered cerebral abJ
tories. The worker would be however a supporter of the measure,
under the minimum wage and will mark the comply hemorrhage end was taken to the filth Infantry Regiment were staining from voting because he

hour law with overtime specifiedfor tion of a cycle for the Rev L S. hospital where he died. lied Monday by top Florida was presiding In the absence of

all work hours above 40 t Mowry who will begin his pas- Acreage Increases May Be Advised I Mr. Deputy was born 58 yean tttlonal Guard officers for their Council President Howard I.

week. lorate at first Church of Got ago In Seymour, Ind., and he and "splendid record' at the annual Johnson Voting for It were
Mrs Deputy! who survives him, ummer encampment at Fort Councilmen Waller Welts, J T.
which he helped to found 25 After of Korean War NeedsCrop
Study came to Homestead In 1017. Their Jackson S, C Homeitesd's Company Godwin and B. H. Brandenburg,
TODAY years ago. Mr. Mowry began his - --- -- only son died In early childhood D, baited at Homestead while voting agalntt It were

DEADLINE ministry at the Infant church In JAMES P. WENDLERDISTRICT I Mr. p.puti-; operated a garage Field la a unit of the rralmentThe Councilmen Win,Musselwhlte. and
quota recommendation reduced plantings of inch pota-
May of 1923. -c mm.ndtI'r1; Carl Anderson
and Overland-Willis
an agencyon
FOR FILING AG Since then, he has organized may be revised upward after toes and snap beans this. season, N. FUjjler ace before opening den. Sumter l L. lIiM.J'1 In the meantime, Johnson hat ,
and the for toma-
churches at West Palm Beach HEAD study of the Korean war situation same arrcagti the musk and fcpplianct store inander of the Slst returned from vacation and
Vero Beach, Daytona Beach and lees However officials point out,, For of he served Division Anderson Is preparing to leave
at the seventh annual con a number year Carolina Guard was
t LABOR NEEDSToday Palatka. Me comes here from vention of the Florida Fruit and If war needs of divert Cuban chin* from ** chief of the Homestead volunteer ("feed Monday nlKht by "faJ.) Jackson Sunday on his vacation. Anderson -
transportation produce
Fort Myers where he hat beenp'ftor TO VISIT ELKS Vegetable Association Oct .-8 In and restrict the use of refrigerator I. fire department. 0. Flowers, regimental adjutant hat been consistently out e t
it' the deadline for grower for the past four years.edge Miami Beach.Production In addition to his wife, whr at Dade County armory spoken In his opposition to the
He Is a son of the late Mr. andMrs cars to long hauls, acreage went to Columbus for the serVices Col. Dullard was commended for ordinance OpiMnenta of the
to file their labor quotas with recommendations I
THURSDAY NIGHT Inciemri be advisable. '
may
L S. Mowry, Homestead the citizenry
the Florida Fruit and Vegetable before the Korean action advised h* leaves a brother, ChuB the superior leadership dl'Ilay.d', garbage tax among .
pioneer who came here In 1908. On Wednesday FFVA Chairman admitted caught
they were napping
Association, middle-man between '_Deputy of Seymour. In administration of hit I't'llment.j'Gook' )
The senior Mr. Mowry establishedthe 'Luther Chandler and Vicechairman by resurrection of the garhuso -
will\ be held
farmer and Initiation service
the Florida
first Sunday'school In Homestead Dixon Pearce conferred with tax two week ago after It
the Bahama field worker. by the local Elk Thursday evening HOMESTEAD{ MAN
and served as I Its superin Sept. 11, when James P. 'officials on the U, S. departmentof Coined from Korean 'Mi-Cook'\ had been thought killed at a
Recently the FFVA tent formsto tendent. At the organization of slate and department of agriculture previous. meeting At that time

the growers asking Immediate First Methodist Church of Homestead exalted Wendler,ruler district of South deputy Florida Brand/ TO BE PRINCIPALAT on development of the! Meaning\ 'American', Not Offensive the 'show of hand In the council
commitments as to their labor
five member of the Mowry FFVA quota plan for adjustingImports meeting audience was againstImposition
his official visit to the .
needs A FFVA survey revealed family were charter members pays of produce from Cuba --- \ of the Ux. At the last
t possible I shortage of domestic lodge. Delegations from other ISLAND CITY and Mexico The plan had been !I The name "Gook" la not offensive education of the. Korean. meeting only four In the audience

farm labor this season on accountof School Milk Price (Hike lodges In this section: of the state, outlined by Chandler and Pearce to South Koreans, at It "They put rail Korean 'In) the opposed It. Indication this week

demands of the armed forces Studied by Vet Groups also Wendler are expected., t past exalted ruler, Harland C. Merriam of 51 N. for the Texas Citrus\ and Vegetable -I I war coined by Gl'l from the laboring or coolie class and gave were that the audience next

|;land war record Industries being FFVA opposed has honorary life member and trustee W 12th st left Tuesday to assume Growers In Houston earlier Korean word for "American", them no education," she said, Monday night would not be to
on as
gone Controversial action of the state this week one-tided. ;
duties The machine
his projection was
of the Miami Beach lodge is as supervising
of federal' to Mr Dan
the "Ml-gook" according
to ,
resumption re- *
milk board in setting the price editor of Miami Beach Times principal of Truman Elementary rrVA has filed briefs with the operated by Col. Robert Ballard Many who a year ago favored
I crultment and transportation of milk at 6% cent halfpintfor and member of Surfslde town School and Reynold. Street SchoolIn U. S. committee on reciprocity I Klngman who with her husband a Rotarian and friend and neigh a garbage tax to offset lark of

adopted during World farm War II labor on the schools It being Investigated councIL He Is editor also, of Key West. Mrs. Merriam and Information outlining the understandings MaJ. Klngman, and their four bor of the KlnKman'! Mr. Ralph rent. estate tax revenue due to
the that the .
ground by Arrant-Smith Post V.F. Florida Elks Newt and a member the children April, Robin and reached with the Cu- children was evacuated W. Klngman accompanied her homestead exemptions now feet.
associations ire doing a better W., and John O, Salley Post of the Harry-Anna Crippled Harland Jr. will join him when ban and the Mexican industries I Seoul to Japan on June 28. i daughter-in-law to the, dinner- that the necessity, no longer ..
Job at a fraction of the cost American Legion Despite! dairy Children' Home commission living accommodations are avail The Cuban pact propones to place Mrs. Klngman, daughterinlawof meeting. I Iota since the city It receiving

offers to lower the price to five tomatoes, pepper and cucumbers Mrs. Ralph W. Klngman of'Homestead MaJ. and Mrs Klngman and n.ooo..t year from the stale

Rheney Rarfield Made or six cent,, the politlctlly-ap- Lions Hear Willson j able.Principal Merriam Is being under quota shipment In return I' with whom she and I 'their children,. Dan, Jr, Betty, I elgartt tax refund. ,\.
Local Air Raid Wardens' pointed board refuse to lower loaned to Monroe County by the for a BO per cent reduction In the her children have been staying Nan and Kate, were In Seoul I
the 6Vi-cent wholesale price In Report on Korea Dade County school system which present U. S. tariff. The Cuban i since Aug. SO, explained this and 'from July of .1949 until they fled THE WEATHEU j
W. E. Rheney of Homestead which results In an eight-cent him leave group also agreed to withdraw the other Incident In Korean-Amer I.
I Korea and the conflict: has granted a one-year to Japan by way of Inchon and -e.M a are e w ee.irI.
::1 and R. P. Barfleld of Porcine havebeen charge to pupil. present of talk madeTuesday I of absence. At the end of that request for duty reductions on, lean relations to Homestead Ro- a Norwegian freighter ahead of -__ a..ewe.. eress

appointed air raid wardens W. E. Rheney was appointedMonday were the subject for the a Redland period, he may return to the other fresh vegetables, now pending linens and Rotary Anna Wednesday the North Korea Invaders. After :, ..... M...1| MI.I| H...1|a... f,
1 by Maurice E. Klein director of night by the V F. W. to I District Lions night Club by the Rev. I Dade system or may remain with consideration at the International night In the course of a t week In Japan Mrs. Klngman Sept. L ,_ .6s 71 19.76 0.01 J
wardens under the Dade County Investigate the board action for Edwin C. Willson of FirstMethodist ; the Monroe system If the arrangement Tariff Conference to beheld talk Illustrated by colored slide and the children were flown to I Sept I BO 61 18.84 ,
Defense! Council. report at the next meeting. Church pastor of Homestead Is mutually favored. this month In Torquay,J of photographs taken by MsJ. the United States to make their I.Sept. I M>> 61 2981. I

I Rheney will have charge 01' Yesterday James C. Vann, Legion in the For the past three year he has England. Klngmsn and his aide at the way leisurely by motor to ; Sept 10>> .BO>> 64 Z9I1 ,
and former chaplain
District 1 which extend from commander, advocated i war served as assistant principal of I front. The major was erf Instrueitor ; stead. Maj. Kinjtman Septll. ._ _.SO>> 70 29.67 0." '1 1SepL
theatre Home-I
I the southern boundry of Dad abolishment of the board for Its Pacific"Russia held Korea and Perrlne School and has taught Death Relayed in the Infantry school maintained up his duties on the South 11 VV I' 70 29.90 0.20 i
County northward to Waldln dr. Insistence on price which "makeIt once again for the I the sixth grade there. Message by the United State Army war front Sept It .BO 70 10.01 O.M ,It
Barfleld will direct District I Impossible for pupil with covet Korean possession minerals which offer a He received a B. S. degree in By Coast Guard Plane for South Korea up to the Ume
which extend. northward from small allowances to buy milk and University hostilities broke out. Now he Is
I remedial reading at Boston 'I
j Wsldin dr. to Coral Reef dr. lunches too." munitions quick stockpile," Willson for the said making"Mu of and an M. A. degree in Service: of a U S. Coast Guard serving is adviser. to a Sough 'Jaycees to Give Local Talent Play ,
I plan enlisted by the Red- <
were division.
I teal enmity exist between China educational University. During guidance the at war H.rv.rdI ha,I land District Chamber of Com- Korean One of the tilde showed a I To Benefit Tropical Youth Center 11
to Be Guests of Kiwanis and Korea, once held by Chinaunder I I
I' Youngsters kind of protectorate until I, served as a cryptographer in merce Tuesday to notify Capt. group of North Korean prisoners
I I a which he enlisted Oliver Taylor of the charter boat. dreamed 'In Uniform Identical with
In .
j In Edwards Park Sept. 23, Kids' Day the Korean freed Russian themselves aid. the as e army private In September, 1942 Quintella, of the death of his those of South Korean and A play, "It's( t Dat ",. will be 'tumet for the cast Local residents t

I with Japanese and the', and from which he was discharged father In West Palm Beach. American. North Korean soldiers 1 I presented by the South Dade who can sing, play a musical .,'
with Japan
dIn common Instrument talk"are
Ute November early I just
of Jaycees In or or
first lieutenant In May, The telegram sent toTavernier don the uniform prisoners or
Children of the Redland District of Florida City. Koreans held themselves In her, as a. while Capt Taylor was on a dead and wounded to eoe taw the December for benefit of Tropic! Invited to volunteer. for the
to be of Florida Prizes will be given and hot' mit-like isolation for yean and I 1046 KI ,. Youth Center, member decided performance.
: are guest Mrs. Merriam director of the cruise In the Inaccessible Shark United Nations fortes, Mr*.
dogs and soft drinks will be during the last war they allied of members hat
in Initiation
I at their meeting Monday night new
. City Kiwanis. Club on Saturday 'Ii Presbyterian River area, was relayed to the man al& \ .
' Threat non-denominational I
served Jim Barker I II chairmanof (Continued From fr-ft:: Club Ernb," been ttt tentatively for Oct. 9.Th .
Sept 21, Kids' Day of KiwanlaInternational. . l' Nursery School and Kindergarten, chamber which in turn contactedthe Asked u to what impress on )
arrangements.Ladles' will succeeded by Mrs. T R. Everglade National Park Korea economy the Japaneseoccupation The youth center will receive Jaycee pledge, membership
night speaker for the PLAN MEKBCtSHIF MEET the and certificates will be
one-half the proceed of pint pewaented
As of that country bad;
.. been associated service for aid. the park'sboais
has
I Youngster up to 11 years of club on Sept. T was the Rev JohnH. Plan for the annual memberchip who the Jap-i show which will have' lof,-I l to the Initiate" who with
age will play ball and compete Whltt pastor of First Baptist meeting, of Redland District'1/ her M kindergarten teacher were under repair at Tav- I Mn. Kinsman had" Prolth the country cast Empire: Productions Co. their'WlvtI will be fueaU of the
Jr.. will 'emler, the message was passed gnaw
Mrs Lamar Dickinson
and other at ] who of Commerce will be
in races sports Church of Homestead spoke Chamber amateur show for club
which on
./ Edwards Memorial Park Korea. Twenty-six guests made by director at s luncheonmeeting replace Mr*. Merriam aa pianist on to the Coast Guard which sent and Increased: Ill production cfttports > putt '' ; Monday
Bryan on I of Homestead out plane to drop the message I to Japan, but had not civic clubs, will furnish a pro- The1 group win 'meet r
which Is being developed under from Greater Miami dubs were at 12:30: Tuesday' in for e department school to i Taylor done anything to"advance ..the fessionaldirector" and all cot-' night!, Sept IS, la CluBmbty..
Church Capt
I club sponsorship at the northern present Parkway Restaurant. Presbyterian !
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eight and! ,Intermediate,.\"Ior' are te"I the,' only uner' t tu.''MiAf1 f 1 fNI( ttR.G(,des' fri(t Ibirtin\i\ Root ''oti1ireS- NEW'MINISTER' '1 PLEADER-ENTERPRISE! ...vtifay. s pt 1.1. "i, I


":' SPONSOR (GIRL 11-the thAt territory rank In south the Lantana of Miami arn 'TO PREACH FOR i Serving Capacity of RestaurantThe i HOLDS REVIVAL Keys Fishing Awards : REDLAND NAMES

net they' are the only one who To lie Given Saturday

SCOUT TROOP 1.have*.y fti dine.* te pfamlitr tern, at mfH'av...UrMM 'i[GOULnS BAPTISTS Of Glades at* dining aeMiaMntat Mom. addition IRrome I I aMce tinned' MM m|the new ortgbul booths restaurant will re- FOR NAZARENES Top aagllnf .p.i.an._ In the i BAND OFFICERS
'
M tvelilatfee NattoMl IN., will be opened Gun the booths list line' the women'. dtvMon wo for Mn
.! The SoroptimM Club of Momsetoad Park ,rr r|* till ib.t.t.. A ftre-nifht seeks M eermonaoo fey with t speele). 1o'W.P"k'e4. meld I wall. at the loom, which, isIS The lies E. (J. Meuer. new alai MeCbrlMait of MUU the Officer were elected Tuesday
Girl Scout Troop 111 of RadUnd flttd their tataita and prattle I I started Monday night at OouMa brat the occMioi), MNMUM th# an lit. tilt Nazarene began I't..\ I\'al' I Florida Summer Keys ruhlng I Student director U Dotty Tur- .,,
their hobbiee, and the acouU can nmfn" lily end Jennie Reynold I I i Already the .rMiwml, of the Tournament awards Roland Vernier,
The action followed a talk by I Baptist Church by the Rev Quln last" night at the rhurrh on W = :: I ner; captain
the ,"",, '. aenlor! petrelbaler. help the club In community work; I Cooper of Highland Park BaplM BT taking over the *d>oinbi( iparttUen I at the front and back Mowry it Music U pruMdcd bi I I Saturday: : night it the t.s' hail first lieutenant Charlea Wi..Wawquartermaiitert ; .,
Mr. Wmi. c. Baker ef Robert Mr*. Baker Mid Church of Miami nnounrea the store apace. fermrrly occupied .by 'IM the restaurant permits I clrCulatlon la Taternler I Jim Alexander,
rdU at U>. aervlct ,Iub'. weekly' M..... Eleanor Frother gave a j I Rev John Stewart paatorM Redtortd mint, Store the Reynolds ,| of air thai makes the I Three local anglers who win Jeanette 0<<. head librarian.Ceorganne .
luncheon at Gateway TourletIIOIM report, ef plant made by the *. Conner conducted a r.*. have more thin doubled the cueUirweervlnr I I place twice ai cool>>I M it waa.Hewevtr. receive prlxea at the program Holden; Junior warrant
w ': Tropical Youth Center board on deal tt the Couldi church In I area of their reeUurtnt air fondtMorrfng will be I Ivan Napier of Florida City for officer, Tom Torbert; and
The troop contains' both senior whirl the reprewila the club;J JWATCH I I June and was invited back at the The partitlen betweenthe : Installed br Harris RefrlceratlonCe I I I a It-pound dolphin 1 11-jrear-old secretary, phyllli Oopp-
rquet of the cmireiatlon old restaurant end the nwl ut homestead. ai loon athe I : Bobby Harrla of Ilomettetd for e
JI The publK Lee Invited to attend dining room" HM been only par. ," y duty HAt-UMi unit can be :21-pound mapper and T. O. Ray-
| Mr tally removed In order to permit: mad to order by the Carrier I
the meeting ayi Stewart born Jr, of Homestead for at Ha
( ,.... privacy for serving banquets and (''e.I I ould nine-ounce trout Benson Electric
'I CHOIR BEGINS PKACnCK dinners of or|.nUatloni and In. Ray Reynolde1 tatatti aa I chef I IMYm a
FOR GRAND OPENINGOf
dividual I I have become aa well known: that Philco Appliances
The choir of Silver Palm Methodttt The new dining room addition other restaurants ai well ai veteran Perrlne Legion Post
Church began weekly practice 'It IS feet wide and 80 feet lone and civic organitatlona have Plans Membership\! Drive) rrlMeloa. Fa 111
Wednesday evening after I It will have no counter service, 'hire prepare dinners for special' 1
Homestead's Finest 5 & 10 ; summer receaa Th group will but will hive" booths along each occasions which would lilt their I Plant for a membership drive
sing each Sunday at the church wall for It* entire length and facllltleaNolle j .were made at I meeting Monday
,teglnnlng Oct I. Clarence Gray taMes" In the spare "between booth I Rani Nsol night of Marlin Moore Port of
J. tractor and Mn Cray li aotompanlat rows, IIIOTICI, tIIIDIJ! UW s the Perrine American Legion.Resent Benson Electric: Services
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; Counter stroke will be con ..l.*4Mi k..booby. oaks.1 I Mta. .that._ the. flrtlo I were Commander Homer '
Friday Sept. 22 (!_ rw..e Hat. ._'" Med.n" .. IIIL 'Halxllp, Reuel Maddox, P. M.J' Radios & Refrigerators
NaA. HMM .-.. n. 1 IaerP.
o ... the rkrt ..fIM Flnley, Harris Walker, Harry 411j I'
=tars: ;L:... N4p.P;. .IM, Kirkland John B. Moore, Tom rrUceloa Ph.
Mitchell\ and Howard ,
For Seedbeds and Gardens 9130 I.AAta my Hap
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JIll :: Reliable boro 8 C The public !II Ihvlted
P. : r.n I Ii' ,..: ..:: :.. -: to attend the service which will
I.I I. be held at 7:45: each night through The Dixie DrugNowAirConditioned

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S E EDSBREDRITE' Mr and Mra Meiaer came here

,.......- Radio Repairs from Clearwater where he was
Overseas Transp Co. pastor for four }'tlrt. Before that ,

We Now Have FRESH Stocks of Racked by he served to the five general years secretary at secretary of,,

Nazarene church headquarters In

CARROT SEED 15 years of experience.Your Kansas City and filled pastorate ,..
In Fort Lauderdile and

Dally Freight Service CABBAGE SEED }PEPPER SEED RCA Victor Tampa I I - .

Miss\ Lewis to Attend : tlKAY'l KiSSl stag COM-MCIC

EGG PLANT SEED Radio and Television Student Planning Meet\ AIRATER ISII. : SHAVE KIT

,' Aentel. fcototnt bonk IfLatJl i '. ;
Dealer Mist Wllhelmlna Lewis, daughter bon.thtl "II".lIbit
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of Mr. and Mrs Robert Lewis, Nora Mulch, IMI
HOMESTEADMIAMI TOMATO SEED will attend a conference In I 11 I& It. IIIIt ahden.. 61.
: Gainesville on Tuesday and Wednesday -
Dodd Radio 8 Appliance : to plan for the annual -
Grothen
Red Globe (available now) 1 meeting of the Florida Student
I in! N. Krome Dune lit Movement to be held next March '- .-
KEY WEST Improved Kutgerf (available: now) i WAU '
In Gainesville Mist Lewis Is secretary .
'mll Allm. J..t.7,1Iy.
New Wllt-Itesistant C rot hen Globe of the state group and POLYCAPS m/MA
president of the Wesley Foundation ,. ?l1 TOOTH PASTE
(available October ht.) Iertstake' 1llU1t
at University of Miami 'III"UR" ClplMa 'IP"( I NdpsNevmtmuch' taotllad4100 !

And Other We strongly recommend our Wilt Resistant rooks Inc. where she U a student. ch11.. fI'.,.. 't stter tear.sNa.Inh anphitsnlkmN'1 ( I

Grothen for land known to be infected with Car Council .,'OTlfi'Ik. ell, i>r HmmlMdFlorid . \ ,' "......M. 49

Fusarium Wilt.GLADIOLUS. ... _U uklM. ,..far Mi.. to...Innall.
Points on Florida KeysI' torn' .k Flkglcr but
Moore 1''_ but U t.. r*....l ..n..1. .
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BULBS r me elate Ie I.*..,het IMO aee. Council r .11 -rmmltitiU1" >> PRICE tPICIALIxat i
Oldest Completely ,...,,,,,," tee .rb ark r5 .ho ebulad. ASTHMATIC
Chi Cori" 's .5th.. a' the Cher Nome CREAMS J
Deluxe Mixed Flowering Jumbos r: : POWDER I
Equipped Gro'oCaretalen "L mAROtCdr Cold cress deandng; m II
: Phone 365.W 75c dozen clad cream rdrySkIScieane Ifleclive. infctiiflti, ids [I. ,
per ,5.I. e. Ia. Ion.1.. mg treaty. II ilimni feionchuiMM : ,

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Mliml Terminal.: 236 S. W. North River Dr. J Lee Smith, ManagerHOMESTEAD Phone ItItiiaaiaa .err.._at en'estl Poo..mk. t t..Nl. Ik..the* CMWr I'.talq.< Dade: helloefioutl sled hots. fort ttaintesi and I.EXAU! u, Hrton Rt2> .

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)d BWWiffllffllHIIIIIIIIUIIIlNC Jrane Woodbury, -, l'11I\'er'it, >. ofMUuui. : JfjR..EmJRrnl 14 Friday Sytt 15 19 0-.1 gwhl AwmMI' Un (VttlPWMMc 1
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Stiuiliui.' (\cil.ti Cliotu tv- heldj lk by K. Moore Tr.li.8 I am oetanu roatenaar'1.wrwt / tt. Mr rftw* .Ml I sST *. iMniU !:
20 Years le), Amhurd College and Bur. Begins s' Monday if 18 Are ,nro l I II t..1 ow UM 't'..5.40. '"' 'J" *M a wT* % M< 'kjny
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SlgMd up 'for the Fisher Body buMbu .hob.MM. -' Pvt. Babkf. ..... Moore. ..
I U MMy a* U enroll a* lt and ffliMlblnr( Mat Mi ol Pam y lf IW urn teat. I kkvt
,.,. ...... flMMMhlp Guild conteatcponaered .. Hkrry L. HanM W lUdett BUli. aVttoai 1..1, .. M riM Tt. ?.e I
.. .... .. wee* COVN ta todwfttel' Ob far A It ttftion Iw wit be r : Heanaatejftd ivwaNvK :. ,. -... m I '
.-.._.. -- -........_.. -... here by Bird Chevro14 -''atfulti, wlU b* taut at fla- .I the COM' *t 11. 4M.. ol.aIItI1\ Mts* ftept. .. IN. nafMrte4 t* UwhtoWTtii wed... ."...a.tat.. fia4* *r IrIrNtta 4 f5iaiat ,lI,
an' raw M Co. Ire Otha Mnckler Charted, stead High" SrhMl soap ar1M s Nle .... ...... 7 wIW M a visit t*Wfe Kttr WM.A ( .) Air Flare Baa !. kef* ...ut.. SarS .SlyXi'sS'
= = = Glenn, Ronald Rrookcr, James army retreats fc War MM teal. aktaMn IncotArlnaVunon .. .-. .. .. ** i I I I
rear by Kermit R WwhMeaa . \ t
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.".'..1'... MN. 11. IULt . ... Redd Avery limbs. lia Davit manual training Instructor KnI : )Hobby Monroe Inducted : II, Mr Mann wiHw. KMoM .. .. Bubhy. M aeon vt lwN. .11 _... iMib. T DMMM. J.r..tA.
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Melvin Vaughan Allen West Al- I roUment will b* held at 7 p m. eervfc It atentha r. MOM U tamokaW. who far W';NMk..a1: ..N. Yal.w. lira 14' M .. nkMM 4 '
vM Brtd*.e ad Doutfaai Twr' I I Mandy lor the weekly ..re..I Into U. S, Air FOrcct' .btfcw coining her II **leaa -rIIllYad her. Bob"", '*brother, ... u... poo.a ears.MMr. . Part .. lk.4 J. fc ik*
fllIlIlIIllllllllllllnnrnllllnllmmUllU Funeral' tlrvlrea for .man 1 hour Melons I Bobby Monroe of llouatao .Funeral far Donovan and burial Motes' ,Mrvlct PIe BracJl Moor. .M .arviag ..-: :.:. r./ :e.:. =: "'=' ':r a=r..: ''. '.
"Celleg.-bawd ), MaUMa Matta e. ,.-,..,- Mdaughter i iMtruction will I be offered la Tex, nephew of. M.. Prtaton a with the USMC at Yuko.uk, teamamtw1a.' .., r- am e..an a.a1b. rwtlnwY ". 1msme I It'j
yeuage.pl. : rod. Mr. .,
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of Mr. and Mr*. Rleh- eabinet makmx. furniture makingOdd Japan. ; :: :: .
honored Homestead, will be inducted
Bird of :
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IVeafcyterlaa Hana,. blrtttpUc a.4III home ...... :-::: J--: =..::.= I ...
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Church' at a party. In the and Matlaon of Florida City were I Into the U. 8. Air fore Mr. and. Mrs.Chas After evaluation .f Bobbyt .. -- L loi* IUa1 t I
Princeton Woman' Club were I held . In Florida Oil Community -I Fellows\ Invited I rll a beadsman Oct. 10 and whO of nli Hanna.parwU. aptitude and 'Inclination for fol- 4.ayaaa.R okufiwl .*.a W_.at rt..onn..T .,.... fMMt -...M. >7" ...H ...!*%r MM "..lr k. NbM. .. I If.
Mill Eleanor HoUcrty of Ane Church . 1 Inns ded atattaned at Urwley field.Sot mad lowing a particular _1101I. \he ....M __ ..., --a.w: Ir w .be. .....V.4yAr ., !'
. Scott College; Mlu 'Elitabelh Sept. 11 .of blood polBoniiif" . ." I To Supper on Tuesday I .f Mr and Mn. Curtis by Local the' Oraaam uruif" menU Funeral were Home will receive bWe training to pre< -r.e.eto.a.1..1. ::"'It:1.: :: ..: .. this w ut-
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Bush MlM Katherine CW and "Early L. Davie of Ntranja ![ All Odd Fellow their wives!'Monroe, who formerly lived hr, par him far aperlatUed work. 01 .w ..wasyhw . w ra. A, ta III, .h41. a one.w rat at a a., Ij
Mill Lola Woodbury, Florida i died suddenly at hit home Sept and gain are, butted to a wp- Bobby had Just enrolled for till Lewis rarnciwe pies t KM WAin l fc 1 lit Vr lbwOd.aa tolawn .1 oNw.. A, II. IIa.0.Isia ..
Slal College for Women, Ma! It at the age of TO. ." pet to i Be$ lorved al T p. m. Tuesday I freshman year at Texaa A and ment of Homeilead H'gh' School: it. n Ions. : waaunna..A d dtl.a
"Burrell Joiner I II a patient In I by Homestead I. 0. O. T I" College. lie I'I a irandwn olMr In Homestead Hospital Interested penon may telephone II. '
, the U. a. Marine! Hospital Key Lodge la UM lodge building on R. L Atkkiaon of Waycroal Lewli Paea.s's. M, for_ Wwt.. ." i, N. W, First at and Hnmeatead. Chlcai rr> "'tl wh had lived lOW, or may enroll Tueidiyrl I sow.....>..( IMt a, .c-v. tnT.D.C ''
: Save OnT Mr.. and "n. W A. Murphyand ) Reservation must b* made gayMonday U Goulds aim April" did_wed.. ht at the high tchool typlni stoics U MteaM. uvrx red M. tI....a.. Wt MM.. ,
I Fir and HlndilormINSURANCE daughter, Betty, hive returned |I noon at Buvh'l BarberShop LIONS 1IKAU ne tay ta Jame Arctar MUM loose. Aver. h...mw am _. 01 ....... .IMtm ,. ,.are. t..1 .u.tt. i
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fro-n. : Miami Beach or Eskew't Shop. MoiplUl. _.
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I Dr.) Ionard Haskin themselves with the Jnpuneiw I* completed Saturday when Mlclrpwn I
Threuih. 1kb MUTUAL ,, Benson Electric Services ErR IXAMINATIONSflillM : \ I right: Mvagfly agaliot our troop' C. A, Sampaoc, !srrlvei 1
I : w4 ftp. rlns. if MM. Korea will be 01Ih.. aide uT front Chkafo. II hwom>ce the '
Aieawr Radios & Refrigerator -
Dr. Lrf.'rand; 1.. IlaskinIII those who can give her mo l l." Dranam Funeral. Horn" I'
John II. 11 ale! Agency ..,llIttl..., rh. 4(1 I N.E. lit KU Miami Ha.C Hoardrri were pictured by MrWillnon Mr. PameiM was a member of in Prices :
I .....M.lr Air rM4MlMu4 111. I III ai greater menaces to the Catholic church. Change j I
UK N. Federal Aieacy UM naUn'i war effort than Com :
t lIo-.wa4...... Hi I muniita.Inlrotluced. 'TVriNG..HO*TIUHD CM89 . '' :
.' 'I,' ai new member fl FOR ADULTS STILL OPEN' '" ' : :; 1 K : i
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.: Alien Chovcl!, both of Redtana. Rpglntriilon la lUU open for
Portable Di P nl CuejH were Lion E O. Mon| the addlt.clasao'In! typing and! Effective 1JJlldayS pt.18.J1) ; j .i'' .
poinery of St>brin|, and Lloni Q. chorthand,tchnlulcd to b*.taucM -.
Typewriters 'T' If Tlionipklni and W. A. Clamp", again this year by Mrs. RuUt'" I i' 'i t i ""K J |I'' 1 f
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y Ibs. nitrogen In ton work CHARLES FALES .
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Supply and time in handling. Plumbing. fonlrartor . riilvrea and Supplies' : 'tq.i! tae I
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It E. Mowry rho m ,

I ''Mens Suits from 75c to . .,. 8Sc
SPRAY IT on the leaves for fertilizinj
I avocados and citrus. Saves labor .

Try Us When You Need ( Just apply it in regular sprays of Roofers"When Trousers from 40c to. . 4l3c
A Haircut or I control chemicals. Safe on ,
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llalrmil __. 11t corrode br clog spray equipment. I 'we. get through, rain I can't" All Other Items. In Proportion f '

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Ebanpe (Pain) ISe ,
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vs REPAIR/ THAT aoor UAKTOR YOU. 9 Trade \Winds Dry Cleaners :'.

BarberShop I Phone 16 HENRY PRIDGEN. Mgr llemetlead. Fta. FREE ESTIMATES -JVORIC OUARANTttD: , ''I'
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j Th 4-LEADER.ENTKRPRISE Friday, SepL 15, 1950rr

Leader Enterprise t relief .It Ii to atop and picnic at the first time, Every stets In the
....... .. I'" Ff.mlnlnE. the center. for there are rook union was registered In addition
'----,- Move and picnic houae provided. U> II foreign' oountrle Removal Sale :
In .the. lira. parking area djoinln The majority of lourlati had
.A. I'1: "w: FLORIDA the main btitMtoc Mt decided on a tpcetUc dU
The state road department wtl>I nation and planned to tour the .
coma station was ottkHall/opened stale .,
...:.A zeAUeMaLJ L .......... iDORI3 6ANCl Nov /. IMI and bf the end of Sixteen per cent of tha regis
the whiter Ramon scene I66SS tranta alcnifled that Miami war The new 4 lane highway needs the, land occupiedby
5aeln visitors. bd been served free their iitttmata destination with
Although Florida la tonaldered orange Juke and provided with 81 Petersburg Daytona Beach, To clear
rA1Y N:-.:''t'IMION.UIIIICIUmoM the "Yankee-eft1 data mouth of Information on floridhighways, Jacksonville, Kay West and Miami our present store, so we have to move.
the M.....- I.OII Line, southern cUe and attraction. Beach following the order of
.hospitality Ii ai much a part of Approximately five gallons of popularity. The people topping out merchandise before we move, we are offering
UTIt the Stmahina slate ails the palm i orange juice were nerved dally at the center find a wealth of
I. bads OwMae. 11Mt' I ew.'e etto. Ai definite proof of 'Ita, and visitors mailed well over Information and literature avail
0.... wi"" f./ ltNeGNn warm hospitality, the itaU road I 15.000 of the colorful free postcards able line brochure and mapt unbelievable bargains. A few samples:
k Vie. m M: department" ham established an which are given to all are provided her from 71 Flor-
Information ilatlon on U ft I Nearly all of the 6413: carl. 'Ida cities ind 14 state attraction
sand err sod MtMrr. Highway 17 at Yulee, right on which brought thee vliltori' now There art publication distributed I
,a,as 101a, M Ow ns dM. atMY the Georgia-Florida\ Gate line.I bear the Cueit of Florida" windshield from the Department,of Agriculture -
...:.rota=... .Ift. phi w sal d Ai far M I have been able: to I sticker A ck\>*a check was the slate advertliing comtnlailon Television Sets ,1,1$50UP
find out, the road departmentwtkome made on all can and through I the game and freshwater
station Ii the only I one I this study It via found that the fish commission Florida
of Id kind in the nation Credit i majority of people stopping at the forest I and park aervlca and the
The Nylon G rabbi UBr for the like JOlt to a. Kendrick station wore vlaitlng Florida fur road department.Jack's .
Guernsey of Jaikaonvllle, It Ii I,
hoped that other Information
Aisle
Miyhrw I'lUpatrkkIf
center will be established. at the
you're hoarding nylon, hat It Georgia-Florida and Florida- Motor Service
ever orcuredTo 'Alabama" state ones I
you, It a bomb drops no rev i The approach to the Information
marks will be heard nation Itself Ii a sharp con- Withes to announce to its many
ee On the beauty of legs They will i tr* t to the modernistic brick customers and friends that it now
be bout feet, building act In an expanse" of I
?Jot the lire or the shape but I green lawn end urrnunded by has
concerning how fleet palm tre I"i, for one drive ont,
They will be when they help you i I I I the station after traveling. for I Used Auto Parts ELECTRIC FANS
to scramble away I rules through uninhabited iwamp I
To morn, nice sheltered pot If I country Numerous vliltori '
there comes lurh a dav. I commented on what a '.hI\1. For Sale I


k nt what wall formerly/ known 15 to 25 % Reduction

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f A WORKPETTHR. ..fi of Garbage and Trash

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Modern Equipment Insured and,Approved ,
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Ifr B. M. MOORE r! The fees prescribed herein arc payable to the City Tax Collector \

,.,. in monthly payments, said fees to be added to the light and-or

T- i water bill, otherwise payable at the City Tax Collector's office.

w r bdbl re ,, In case of apartments of four or more units, it shall be the joint

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JI PW \ WORN OUT, lessee, manager and occupant (to furnish the necessary; amount "..

JWr WILL NEVER DO of garbage cans and trash containers. Fees due and payable to

u W X REPLACE IT WITH I:: the City of Homestead for the collection and disposal of garbage

A ROOF THAT'S NEW I I II and trash!! shall be as follows:

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Multi-Family\ Dwellings, each $1.00 per month for
2 cans or less of 20
N ai Y ri For 'Your Convenience We ?line Your E\ery: occupied unit .. . . . . gallons! capacity each

1 Building Nerd from 'A to '//
Air Conditioner
$1.00 month for
Efficiency Apartments,each two per

;I:t '" A-Aabeato" fradarU N-N.11a units or fraction t thereof 1 . . 2 gallons fans or capacity less of each 20

Only,FRCIDAIRI!
i Has'All Thlil l IV-Bntldrra Hardware O-Oak ntaIc Garage apartments or other $1.00 per month for
-<:tbhl.II r-raint 2 less of 20
p .. ConMoHedAiraow.tr cans or .
.- kooy eIrMiWIoII4ehtrt site db.dba-ir oralflbSed fees amy .... a* .0 II-I. Q-Qaallly UlU.erk complete I living units, each 1 . . gallons capacity each

el lour d lethal. tow Ndn Cklertor: rl'1......*.. Gulag
c-: sow 1M has,soy real Coofi.o/ Commercial Accounts (daily $1.00 per month for
I la to lades Mite.. MgUet, ticlutlve MuMith. Unit oil_ F-Fr tYanlag Lumber IIIheIYPI., .e 2
cans I less of 20
$eNtOMOMMtCaNNbnw .-.-.. or
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CM k* placed Ovf 1 2 cans or I less of 20
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I determine from the average collection of trash, crates, boxes,
look 'n.eI./, A| fl*IIAIIlE I ; :
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I Mr. and MM"t.T. WSUard wad MM AMI''" Miiium
children lure moved from S. E. I II expected to amine Mn-. . CW. aed. see MUM, I will leave SMWU> .by auto to .
Second ave. to their new home'I day to vtalt at the .tinea*! of tar art making. their homt In. till r,1 MM tfcMT tM, ... laid itMr brothn-tn-lw and rifpr* Hrnd J, Mr pert-meat oMm nankin, w ttw VBTwnftrtt their "hone in
at 145 N W. Slith hive arrived from
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and Around I Mr. Tom llama a4 Mr. MO I dr. Mn. Halt la ton**I rterti M OMMtvOto.. l ywfll of C.-II. !.I Otcrgttown. Md, to make .r-
Until their marriage
and Mn.. J. T. Thompson. .I Mrs James WoIl_ Ml*roe Bttty Herri Lou Harris W Whw, daughterf Ntadr \\.bt e wilt aagticmnn iignnt M silts a INM MtaWmn I-City. C___ U.... ..... Mir. lIMa I .gaeantM. Ur.Mg here I
have moved their
into nw home I
.. ... ea Uhwt on Page KM)
a' US N W Mstb itMUMM Mir Ann Hatfcaw** has r*- ,- - --.----
i Homestead I turned to hr horn to. MWfcnym I I :
Marian and Evelyn Beach after a vlatt .her I Mn. Mm Multi WM rXunwdMonday

I GoMman an trnafrria (ram at the hones of Mia Uu QuitMM to her 'ham at IT8 N. .
Brevard College& to Florid' State Mill GeraMta Lewis, MJM W. Tklrd at from" Dale CewtlyHwpltal
Vnlvenity tM Alto enrolling -I Bah Torbert ad Mir DiU . where she wtdcrwMtawgery. \1 1'lbSllJNS1Rll'
year
I' Wm T. McConnell of N W !I J. T. Tom rl1n broke three ribs EfcughUr of Milt; '
at florid Slat awaits are Lawubury
th at li critically ill In SL In a fall from I truck on Sept. S.Mt. Misses Ruth and Emma Engel Frank Q Hathaway, fcmg-Um J II1.? .
Francis Hospital at Miami I resident of OouUt. MiM Ha.... M..., Hereto RMIM. and ... 1 V .
Be.ch'l Miss Miriam Holmes and M'!"
I t Relative who came tier* I Geraldine Lewis' Phil Catharine Thompson Mia 1'1 away and her family mowed to RAter, bee* returned! to peltwinter M O T O K. 8, INC ,v ,
near him are Mr and Mrs lI n.1 Harrill and Bob Melnner will Torbert will bit a freshman Nw Smyrna Beach after her home in OtuMi after .
ry Haddock of Damatcua I enroll for their freshman year it graduation from Redland High spending the summer in Onto. .
at Florida Slat
and Mr and Mrs Clyde Cantey University of Florid.. Othen returning year School last June. MnTwm; : Distributors ".
Mr. E.
and Cawut41
of Midlxm Fla, who an slaying to school there are MID .
I at the Wm. T. McConnell: home, I Karale Holden, Miss Margaret i Mill Barbara Jean Smith Mr. Althei Duncan of brand of Princeton and daughter, Bon, .t. .; ,;" ;
IIt'n Wedneaday to return for her
nle, hive returned from a vacation
W I and Mra. W R. Vines and e Gaby, John Ruehl and Jo fin/ senior year at John B Stetson Canyon, Ac-It, li visiting hen
In Hivana, Cuba
friend, Thad George, both of Albany bttt Unlvenlty with,her aoni-ln-liw and dauuh-\ AnnouncesOpening

Ca, who are house guests __ I ten. ., Mr and Mn S r WIlKini Miss Marilyn PKU of South
of Mr. McConntUa brother and Mr and Mr. Paul COK ,of TIN Among the local' pupil enrolledat of foe N. W Second ave, and MI.ml'IIt""'" here their week at
t. .1.I r.ln.law, Mr nd Mn. Ceo W. 13th it are parent of a Miami Technical High School Mr and Mn U A. Wolcott of II the home of her uncle and aunt,
O McConnell of Tennessee rd even-pound eight-ounce daughter this year are Charlene Simpson, W. Mowry itMr Mr and ton A. L. Lanler Mum
born Sept. S In James Archer Rosemary Dickinson, Betty Taylor Pitta, daughter\ of Mn Addis of Miami Branch
Dan Beard, superintendent of Smith Hospital Kay Browning, Verna Lou *. E W. Burton and granddaughter -, Pith of South pliant, had been
Everglade National Park returned Cameron, Helen Revell Ruth Mary Let Walton, returned lulling In Key West with her
Wednesday from Jacksonville Mrs. Dorothy Sykei and ion, Reams, Betty Commits, Edward by plant Tuesday to their brother-in-law and lifter, Mr.
where he conferred with John, an occupying their new Clark, Earl Baker, Harold MarkowlU home here Mn. Burton, who hid and Mn Numa Teddar, before
army engineer 'on flood control horn at U8 N. W. Seventh at Frankie Johns, Carl King been visiting In CfciMolnea. U, returning to John B Stetson

problem of the park. Olin Williams and Wayne Thomp-I and Duluth, Minn.. went by Albion University for her senior >ear. VILLYSSALES
Occupying their new horn at son. N. Y.. to brim her granddaughter -
Mr. and Mn Green Rives and 824 N W Fourth at art Mr and home to begin achool Mill Eula Rof B22 N.

daughter, Mu) Emma Jan, have Mn J E. Underwood and sons Mrs A. Q Umgworth left Saturday Miry Lee'l parents, Mr. and M....' Kromt ave. 'left yesterday to
moved from N W. Seventh ive Larry and Danny, who formerly for her home In Thomai- John Walton, and her litter, Mar upend. a month In Lebanon, K,.
to their new home on N. Krome lived In Princeton. Mr Under-, I In Albion fur
lie, will\ remain
ton, Gi., after an extended visit The Rev and Mn. Don Cooke
ave at 20th it wood li engaged In farming. before returning I
her at the home of her brother- several weeks" I of Miami and Mn Cookt sneer, SERVICE a PHRTS
In-law and sister, Mr. and Mn.S . home Mri Ellli Bentley of Jaikion-
New bom* owners her ire Mr Mn. Kelsey Gardiner has ar*
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L. Dicklnion
.... | and Mn Anthony Stlngon and, rived by plan from Waihington, I Robert Kuhn';, ion of Mn L vllle, wert apend-the-diy! guests,
hit week of Mri. Cooke and MriRrntlevi
sons, Anthony and Robert, who D C. to be at the bedside of her Mill Shirley Rogers. daughter li I P. Kendrick, expects to lease I eounlnt, Mr and MriFred .
t N W. Sixth it Mr H. H. who \U .'
53S Mn Ewing
live at mother next week to return his veterinary
of Mr and Mri H. Q Rogers of I J Fuchi of Robert rd. Mr West Miami
\ Etlngon li associated In the pro- critically 111 tt her home on N. Quail Roost dr, left thli week ( dudes! at University of Cooke ii superintendent! of the 333 Flagler,
due business with his father, W. Eighth it
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j for her John Georgia
at
sophomore
t Florida year I Miami) District of Methodlxt t tehurchea.
Alfonso Stlngon of City
B Stetson University where the .
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Turd .
f la majoring in religion MiuRogeri Mrs Glenn Dickinson arrivedyesterday
New horn ownen here are Mr and ion, Nell, have arrived from to visit JR. MANAGER
plant to serve aa a church I from Tampa Mn Fart Byrd hm returned to J. H. ROOF .
f[ and Mn.. Lacey }VVotson and two- New York to occupy the house at secretary or to do home minion Mr Dicklnmm parents, Mr. and her homo on Farm Life rd. after
I year-old daughter who have I 505 N. W Sixth it which theybought work, She war accompanied to Mn S. L. Dickinson of 160 N. W. upending the summer In Famines 1'lionc( Miami :3.2179Station )
Modello to 55J Nr .I It from Jimmy Walker Mr I IRoger.
moved from Stetson by Mri Rogers and Mn l 12th III.Former. Va
W. Fourth it Toni will engag, in farming .' -
molher, Mn C. R. Adams,
'omdr-C:
terrine residents who Lt ( H Rremelln.
of Miami, who have returned I I
; home. visited with old neighbor on USNR (ret), li expected to return
I; Tuesday were Mr and Mrs C. Oct 1 to his home here on

Mr. and Mh.;;: ... Leiby and K. Hawkins! Jr. and children of Country Club rd. at Waldln dr. Wagons Trucks Jeeps Jeepsters
daughter, Talluluh Webb, re- Atlanta, Mri C K. Hawkins of. Uuring the lummer Cmdr RN- ,
turned home last week after a Entonton, Ga., and Mil, LucilleSirmens melln went to Washington D, C.. .\,
to leek return to active duty, but
of Macon, Ga.
vacation In Stone Harbor, N J. "

s rI Mn A F. Arthur and grandI I I Arthur Da\li-hal returned to" Naval wai hnspltallred Medical Center In the it IVthenAit U. S- Sec 'the mw WII.In; MODELS() ) ;.: .sr: t

a I daughter Honey Pirelli, are vlii his home I lit\ Milton after a vl'iJ| Md., for a heart ailment On is a 'inK- .
I II know by lrody i
Monday. he left for a tay a1* \ Otl t\ cver J > > ; I 1
Mrs Homer Halilip
Mr. and
I Ring In Lewei, Del, at the home with .
II |of Mrs Arthur parents. Mr and of Perrlne j Rnmnhnck -Lnnrewnod Cottaoe at '\are <;f)1
Cashiers N. C., In the 0",8tSmokv
I Mri W. T. Atklni I -
1 I ; Mountains before his return
Mr and Mn Herbert Lot n 4
I House guests last. ; Week of Mr ,I turned Saturday to their home I InPerrlnt trip.Robert. WILL YS makes

:. If and Mrs. Preston B Bird were after a visit In Quitmao, Wagner and J.irk Fnu I sense .
Mri J. I. Gaunt of Miami and Gi. whore they were called ,
left Turadny for the'r' homes In
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Min Betty Gaunt the illness of Mri Leei
.," I not feel that must be sick before I ( Chiraao after pending vacation ,
ADo you Q Mitt Barbara Parrott of Miami I Mr. and Mri A. R. Caves bj Mt the home of Mr and Mm
consult Preventive medicine Shores has been vlnltlng at the' Marshall Steder of Silver Palm
a phyiiciao.
you Avocado dr are spending I
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i home of Mr. and Mri Adrian I weeks In \ dr. Your representative for Jloml'lItentian" \MirrcunilinRs
cation of !several
_ .. ii the medical watchword of today. Jacob Mr and Mn. Jacobs lon and I li
I Great Smoky Mountains Mr and Mn, It N. Cal _. The physician ii more concerned In keep., Bill., left Wednesday for Macon, HenderionvllltMn of N W. Third at are sending, ,
Gi to take the phyilcal examination -
several months at Oversea Lodge KEITH L. FROST
.; .' ing you la good health than in finding you for entrance Into the navy I Sarah Willis of Artel l, Oa It Marathon \ ,

is the best form of Mri Leonard McGarrah and' It vUitlni here at the homes t .. t
\ ilL A examination
periodic physical Mr ut hive Henry O hhri1 -
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.m MrI and dnuihter, Murv KatharineQuinn '
B Sanders
health insurance you chin' buy.: If joGephjsld.8thrkl'you >* Went Palm BeacR Mr. and Mra J.
I the mMhcr of Mrs Mul- haw rowed from N W
V Wjllli Ix
with Mr. and Mrs Ernest
medicine he will it You can do Bishop Seventh st, to 3211 N W nih .t.
need prescribe and Mrs. linseed Mr. Siinderi .. -
Blanche Bishop _. ,
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.. no better than to bring your prescription to us for Mrs Lula Oliver I I. a patient 'F'< '


prompt, professional AIR service.CONDITIONED In eons Mr.Dade, Joe and County Mn and B Hotpltal Gene E. Harrell Reynolds and, Come Up and See' Us Sometime at


wen week-end guests of Mr and
Mn Frank Raymond at the Ray-
Glades Prescription Shop mond fishing lodge at Tavernier

r The boys expect to leave today
for University of Florida where
I HOWARD JOliN SON, Ph O, Gene will be a senior and Joe

11 N. Krome Ave I'hone 61 a Junior.

11 David Wayne Kuhn, grandson

-- -- of Mr and Mn L' P Kendrick,
{ I returned last week to; hli home

here after rpending several wicks

i FITZPATRICK'S FINE fURNITURE, with relatives In JacknonvllleMri N. KromeThe

I' F A Davie hat returned
Custom limit of Mahogany:. and Other Woods to her home In DcUmd I after i .
visit her at tha homo of Mr, and
r Chair Caning Rrflnlshln
C.blnt't'ork -
Mrr J. C. Davis Mri Davis U
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t :: a liftcr-li-law. of J. C Davli
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. .i .. . The birthday IIIAaRM anniversary t'E of !MR I\ AND MRS. R. V BROWN TO OBSERVE- I

1 Social Events in South Dade . r. Fred barbecue\J Fuclu nipper WIt Sunday marked at witha the GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY

Fucht home on Robert rd
Present were Mr. and Mn John Th oUwi wedding annlvereary tied IK commercial "Ihl..

ESTHER MARIE RUCKER BECOMES: BRIDI] illlalMh. Elementary School ttnd. JOYCE %VALKEIt,1)ONAId) ) GANN TO WRDOCT. B Oranam and dautbten.Donna. of Mr and Men R. V. Brown Sine hit retirement\ In January,
. I I and Sharon' Mr. and Mn W T th.r have wade. their home hem
I Temple Coital In Chattanooga: I 171 N W. Fourth" .... will be
Franklin, Mr and Mri HarveyIlse
OF WALLACE BIEHER. BAPTIST,PASTORIn Term., and hilt leer ereved en 20 IN FIRST METHODIST\ CHURCH Mr. and Mn Casper Willi. !-; marked Sunday with a fMiiilydinner M ATTEND INITIAL

the faculty of Mngfold 0((01.> ...., Mr. and Mrt Fired J. Fucht,I (t the home of their ton- SACRED HEART SOCIAL
a double ring ceremony, bride wore a suit of kelly green High School Mill Sandra Joyce Walr of the Projector/ Club and served at Jr., and tent (!Iarlel, Bin and t-taw and daughter Mr. and A social\ meeting for member
Veddlni YOWl were exchanged by faille and pink ._r..... I A graduate of Miami" High.. I HomeHead will become the bride edlter-Inthief of the tchool annual Bob Mr. and Mr*. Wayne D. Mrs T. a Mills MO N. W of Sacred Heart pariah was &fi\ .
Minn Bather Marl Rutker and A former reeMent of Home- School, the bridegroom WM of George Donald Cessna of Home- and staff member of the Fittman and diughttn. Elizabeth Keren. art AIM prevent will be Sunday evening by the Altar So
the Itev Wallace letter Blerer, eked, the bride wee Sedated I named to the all-... bualMR Need at 8 o'clock chool paper She WM a cheer- end kiln Mri Otle Wlllt,, Fret- Mr, ind Mn Brown ton-ln-law I I clety In the church clubhouttf
Friday ,
Ji at I clock Saturday eveningIn from Miami Bdtfon High School, I I and basketball aquadt, and later evening mdw. tleo and took an active ton flames and the hOlt and and daughter Mr and Mn Wm I Attendance of more than 'M
Riverside. Bipliat Church in attended Bob Jonet Unireteity I played profenional baseball In Oct 20, In Ftrtt :Methodlit Church pert in baiketbalt and toftbell bortew A. Han and tout, Billy and Fred, I prompted plant for a terlet of
Miami., The bride U the daughter and received a Bachelor ol | Toledo, 0.. and Elmira N. Y. He of Horaected The brWo-lo-ba .U Alao a graduate of Homestead and Mi*. Mill1 daughter, Patty similar affair
of Chat, D. Rucker of Miami Science degree from John B, j jStctaon j' attended Temple College and \the daughter of Mn E B Nc-I High School, Mr Oann wat active nn:111: CROir TO HOLD sad"' Beverly Outliw I Came were played and M,..
r. and Mn. Merle Rucker: of P.rT. Unlverttty. She taught alA I I II John B. Sutton Unlvertity. Oarrah of llomectewl and, In athletics and eerved on the CHICKEN BITFER. BIND Mr. and Mrt Brown were Eugene Cooney and Anthnoy
T..: tine The bridegroom parenU man Walker of Pcrrlne Mr and Mafft. of the tchool annual and An oldfaihloned chlckea flipper married In Brooklyn, N Y., butmade Tucri played the piano accompaniment
are Mr. and Mrs W, L. Blerer HOMESTEAD CLUBWOMEN TO ENTERTAINAT Mn George H Gann of Roberta! I atriMil paper He U manager of and ting will 'be held b7 members their horn tor 40 yean I, for croup singing and Inc
tit Miami, I rd are parent of the future I .Om. Highway Texaco Station on of the Mr and Mrt Claw of j f In Fort Fierce where he wn wv dancing.
The ceremony wet performedby TEA FOR llth DISTRICT PRESIDENTSbe bridegroom S. Krome ave. and ecrve at corporal First Methodist Church at 7I I
the Rev. James W Parrtoh 'J'h.lOWI will be read by the of the liomeitctd unit of,clock this evening In the Sunday '
who woo anlbted by the Bev I, I Florida National Guard Co 0, school N Krorae
tea for the club president of Commerce building Mrs. Sullivan Rev. Edwin C. Wilton, paitor room on
tucker Ewell: B gave Chalker hit dieter James In mar.B of the J llth District of the Florida'I will serve at cochairman.At Mitt Joyce Morgan will be maid tilth Infantry _eve_.... _._ 1.I
butinen of honor, and Miss Fay Milliard':I
maid riaeo,of MIM honor De Verne and Mri Bryan Donald wan Federation of Women Clubt will: night,a Men The meeting. B Royal Tuesday reported and Miss Maxine Walker a I DANCING PARTY FOR CHARLENE SIMPSON |, DANCINGCLASSES
held at 130: Monday afternoon '
on the nerd for a deep cousin of the bride, will be II
Collins was brldoimalron, at the Woman Club of Home- freezer at the Haven School fur brldeemildi. GIVEN SATURDAY TO MARK\ BIRTHDAY
The Rev Earl Sharpe was belt lead. on N W, Mth It. The din mentally handicapped children. Jack Marcia will be brit man, I
man Robert UII n, Freeman triM !lake In Monroe, Dude and Member' who have adopted all and Joseph Daxli and Billy The fifteenth birthday tnnlver- Garnet and dancing were enJoyed -
Jaik'on, Walter Hanger and Broward counties. Mrt A f. to the school) at a club project, Hutchlnion will be groomimenA of Mill Charlene Simpson and birthday rake, can-
Howard Swenaon, a broher-in- Arthur, former dlitrltt director, voted to tot-k the donation of *II native of Homestead, the wry I I dies and punch were terved The
s law othe bridegroom, were has been appointed, by Mrs. Ovid used frrerer or to auk contribution bride l -to-bo wan graduated In win mucked with a party given hostess was aulited by Mri Er .
utherx Sullivan, president of the local toward the purchase of one June from Homestead Utah Saturday evening at, Redlund Sage!.
Tho bride gown wan fnhloncd club, at general chairman for the Mrt Sullivan wai designated tearcrpt School it valedictorian She wmi Fruit and Spire Park by her parent The
Mid Donna
with a white aatln bodice trim- let member tho National Honor Mr and Mr J. C. gueitt were
the contributions Simp-
bouffant med 'with\,skirt chinlllly of while Jure and nylon t Mn Vclirw Greene will head. At Tuesday noon, Mri Sullivan Society, the student council tn"i Kin I nlt Dean, MlM Batrhclor Alto Jean, Mill Groover Rubye, Mill En- Under Auspices of
arrannementi fur the clubi annuiil
hostess the
I was to executive board
Virginia Shiver, Mill Charlotte
mar qUIi\'U, over aitln. She wore Halloween dunce to he held members at t luncheon In the MIRIAM HOLMES\ : ENTERTAINS IN HONOR Varnler Mm Kathleen Clark Club of Homestead
pearl at her throat and a tiara In the Rodland District Chamber ctubhouMi Woman's
of aeedpearll held In place her I I Miss Ann Krioer, Mlu Jane
three-quarter-length veil of Illu- OF FRIENDS RETURNING TO COLLEGE Agnew, Muses Kuala, Georg-
.lon which wn edged with lure I MRS LAWRENCE. WILLIAMS PRESIDENT: >J: I anne and Polly Holden, Mill Betty
She carried i while Bible topped OP HOMESTEAD: 1 DEMONSTRATION>J: CLUBNew I t Mint Miriam Holmes entertained F'mma: Fngrl, Mlu Catharine I Joy Sage, Mill Joan Cole, Tommy -
with a spray' of while orchid' Friday evening at her home I Thompson, Misses Evelyn and Altmin, Bobby Booth, Bobby
4 'and olderIn
The maid of honor wore gown officer of the HomenlrndHome members, Mri Henry Geblwrd In Redland In honor bf friends Marian Cossman' Mill Betty Blshoff. Eddie Ott Gene Mulllnl, Classes for Children, years
of pink froilcd organdy and carried -, Demonstration Club were Mrs, Nathan Plcclolo, Mn. Don- returning to coHrge Name ,Chnrleiworth of Fort tauderdale,I Tommy, Billy and Jimmy Simp- Tap, Ballet and Acrobatic Dancing
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a l bouquet of blue carnation. elected Tuesday and Installed by aid McKay and I Mri Wade Smith wore miniature In the Albert Newton, Ctrlot Gaby, lonion, Bruce Wlngate, Ronald
nine organdy was worn by (hebrlcleimutron MM! Oliia Kent, assistant county Twenty were prrnent pennant Athol Smith, Do Baker of Miami Van Linden Billy Blggi, Buddy
college colors of the Individual
whose flowers I unit Marshall llolmei. Dyket and Ted Wellbrook
were agent Mn Lawrence J. Willliimiwn
The group derided! to do lex- gucntd. and games were In the
pink carnation. 1 made president; Mn Edwin Chaises for Teen-Agere and Adults
\the: ( painting and to make plant college theme. Open-face v dwlihrt ,
Miss Nancy Roberta t cousin ; Long vUe-prcHldont; Mrt. C. J. for ChrUtmui I ulft ot a work olives, cookie, candle In Ballroom Dancing i
of the bridegroom, reglitered the .
Strohm secretary: Mri F E. meeting to te held I Sept. I It. and limeade were aprvcd

I t guests roc Miser il hull at the Punch reception was poured In the by nl'lI.King council treasurer representative; Mn V. M. Grcn: and,- by Cake the and honteuei.corn-coin Mri.were De nerved NIIl'fMr. \ Gobv Present. Mine were Ruth Miss, Dorothy Margaret and ETCH' FOR GRAND OPENING I

I twin cousin Jeanne of ind the Joanne brideKor Clark" Mri. B DcNiBco. records secretary. .. Slrohm, nnd Mn. V. M.I Registration, Day:

their trip to Linden, Fin? Introduced nt the meeting In I Orennell, Jr.BIRTIIDY l>t RHINE LEGION AfMIIMlYSFWH
where the bridegroom 'will be I the Futgro Farmer clubhouse. on I FOR PRATT HOSPITAL Saturday, September 16 I
pastor of the Baptist Church. the N. Krome ave. were four new RIPPFR IIOVORI Marlin Moore Post Auxiliary Of Homestead's Finest &:10 I
MRS J n SANDERSThe hoe begun work on comfort tarlUg it It A. MWoman's .'

.3 w ]DISTRICT PRESIDENT INSTALLS THREE .1 birthday annlvcnnry of' rtlclct HoipitaL for patient The at work Pratt General woo- ,

Mrs. J. B. Sanders was marked started at
II I OFFICERS OF)) LIBERTY REKEKAII LODGE a meeting Tuesday
with a ipiglettl supper Mon lay 'night it the home of Mrs. J. W. Friday Sept. 22
evening at the home of Mr and Pryor Cake and punch were ,
Mri Dolly La Rue, Rebeknhdistrict Jack Zimmerman, chaplain Mri F A. Wynn of 137 N. served by the baste.
deputy preildent on Monday I Initiated Into the order by a 20th it HostoMci were W'I Preterit were Mn Ceo Youngi, !
night Installed three officers team from Allapnttah Lodge were 'Wynn and Mri A H, Mrs. W. W. Pryor Mri Doris Club Building
of Liberty Kebekah Lodge who Mrs. Pauline Llppard hire Frel- aister-In-law of Mri, Sanders Knight Mn Tommy Mitchell & !
wore unable to be present at the da Schultt, Mn Miry Dcglcr and Present, besides those mentioned Mrs. B L. Morrow, Mrs. Howard JENNINGS FIVE DIME Homestead
regular Installation Inducted Into' Mn Mabel Walker were Mn Sarah WlllliDorli lltgy, Mri Hurls Walker Mn. 520 N. W. Mth St.
office were Mn Wm. A Htnn, Iced tea and cake were served Sanders. J. B Sanders. A. P O Tyre, Mn Julia Wyatt, I
j warden, Mrs Everett ttouberley. i In the banquet hall which wai 11. Mullini, F A. Wynn and Brian Mrs. P. .M. Flnley, Mini Pauline I'
r 'Junior part t noble. grand. and Mri. decorated with garden flowerl Wynn. i Knight and the hostess I
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!'.)lnS THOMPSON INSTALLED FRESHEN I ] ftiixtt' end ...1.! UK and < I pt..I".I'It-M"'ttlr-'eenF reenrr I L EADER.ENTERPRBE' THtof, 'SepT 15; T9TO-7 11 i
PRINCETON trit>urd( sampler of frrsa! <,* Cuumil. abed Mir. !11 V: \Villuilrt -
OF DEMONSTRATION CLUB punch %! \ part pmldrnt of the rounUil CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ....... W bur. Mil wd trade gas and
Member pltruiMl to <1. 1"I will meet with, the bunch i Lost and FoundIteddlahMonde pMat ef all late. .....'.. 15 SKram j
I Mr. D X Thompaon wa In- Mn. Ralph Hunt treasurer, u..... paintings, al Id (uUnk ... I rx rutl\T board at t n'rtork .... ......................... ) Phone ill, (ol/-U) ,
pmldent. of Princeton I J. E. Campbell, '-IK'II.pre. morning. Sept M<<1 In the I tin ef"""moon In the horn delll- lte '
l lime. DtfMnatraUon Club at the.meeting HfttMl; Md Mr, c A BrvYt Mn 'iimpMI. second \ KIllllHtKHI ufllC't'll( Loaf: cookerparity We buy old gold Teeth oW rllWi\ ;i I
.mg Tuead? flr- reenrd aarretiry. Mr Mwaci to "..ltx". witch, etc Net) *, 15 B. Insist \
In .PrtneMMi Churtli at tilt II CM****, retiring. praiMent, was Scottie Smith 8tt N. W Mh av*, Pbeae Ill (a/IM. t
tens. Mr. David Colburn Uflf officer' ![..un. POWER ruMM. MOWERS
ick offto aa vlce-preeideni;I II Mia. Olia\ Kent assistant For Rent Woodman Water Pump. (15)) ...............-.........
ilra. LeRoy Chamber, secretary; count/. agent, poke on guava ....... ... .......................... MewmaMtf power Mowera. found: Pet rat, hall white half WantedWork
Priced right Liberal\ term. Ugerttrlpe. Hnna rd. .t Silver .............................
: PRESBYTERIANS HONOR COLLEGE YOUTH BllnckPolltnacElectronic<LANO FEED 4 SUPPLY Palm, Ph. Ttl-M-t ill) \
Perrlr ,-It... E. A. Maxwell Phone TU-J by experienced weltr. ***. I Iou..t
WITH BEACH SWIM\ PARTY WIENER ROAST Eureka dr. Undirmi Id. s Electric Junior portable Singermwing \ Miscellaneous Ph. I8S-H-I: (pall)
J College-bound) young folk of the honor ,UeI''*. Uptiuirt a two for rent I-room ai J-room apartment(tat machine with table _. ......t.....,. ..."...... _
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lomeitaid Presbyterian Church Young folks present wen Mid Flat has frlgldalre, lit 140 a Good condition reaaonable. Ph Wanted-Lwiu to wow hedgti
ere honor guests Saturday *\en- Karale Holden, Mlu Geraldine month for aummar. Each l-room va-1. (pill)) To my radio ruitomen: Mj Radio to trim. Prompt and efficient I
n.t. party given.b, the Woof Lewis, Misses Marian and Evelyn apt $ZO. Mrs Maud Chandler, hop will be cluMMl Sept I to aervlce. Ph. IOD-M or tee C. 0.
the Church at Homestead Coalman, CONCRETE: BLOCJta, all alaal.Druce' . N. W. Srd
en Muss Ann Hathaway, Silver Palm dr., Sod house W of M. Open i u.lIIllIM'n.ntr. Bob Robertson tJO are
I'Bayfront Park, Also Invited Mid Nadean Block CA, Niranja, FU )
wen Ruble Miss Dei Tenn. rd. Ph. 4474-) (Uitf) ., Florida City fib' au.W. plU
.ntmben Of tie Young People' trice Linke. MlM Jan. Owen, Phone J7J. (HI)
tl less taught by E. B. Blackburn Mil Dime Loutubury, John Desk ipacw In ground floor office For Mle) : McCormk-k-Dwrlng 0.. Sharecropper for pine land well
After swimming, the youngeifjle Ruble and Bob Meluner Chap. available In center of Home- type) tractor Smell, compact, PLASTER: PATCH INO. Work located. S. B Rohrer, Ph. "
enjoyed) a wiener rout. A crones were the Key, and Mri. dead business dUUIct Phone powerful., excellent mechinlcallf. guaranteed Frauds Fox, Ph. 894-J-l. (aSatt)
haiklbook, Going Away to CD\. Frank L. Elvcry, Mr. and Mrs WheelBalancingMost 753-R. (bl ,) good rubber power take-off. Ph. 47-J.. (....U() .
Wanted home* for two affectionate
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leg, was presented eo each of Peter Mayo! and Mr. Blackburn.WELFARE 4M-M-1. (ell)
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1-room apartment with bathroom Qouldi pump MI! end awvfce. attractive nearly grown
WORK AND BENEFIT I and electric light Available AFRICAN VIOLETS New SILVER PALM SERVICE, Sil female kitten Will make good
It DANCE
and electric light. Mr. Clara named varieties. Mr*. Fred vet Palm dr & Newton rd. Ph6BIWI rat catchers: !. 1'k.W..
t ARE PROJECTS OF FRIENDSHIP CLUB Accurate Method of Wheel- Barber S. Redland rd. (i22U) I Ports Robert rd. Walden dr.alti (JBtl)
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Work among the aged and the building for benefit of> the clubs Balancing Yet Developed.Introductory I ...........................I ......................... Homestead all Olmj W Co do-Ol tel...aih tat NOWyoneinfcBy...
children In PIJrpoat" *
meitally handicapped building fund. I
For Sale Miscellaneous\ i
Redland District convalescent Orange punch and hori d'ouvm' ..... ....- ........... For Salr-Rc I Estate lining and gluing of all typos) f
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liortiei will be ( project of the were served by the lioiteii.Prevent IB.
:Redland Friendship' Club, rnemiberl were Mr*. H. 0. Roger Offer Friday and Saturday Special New S-bedroom house; tile bath, .
decided .t. meeting Mon. *. Mrs A. W. Llndgren. Mrs I I 2lel Iheett, Type 128, 12.80 carport, terruio floor. CDS/ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
'da,> night at the horn of Mrs Billie Dumford, Mrs Walker each lilt pillow cases Type Terms PhoneL (ilitf) TEXACO( ..... oar GMAC PLAN
',;. E. Firmer of Quail ROOM dr. Martin, Mn. Harmon Keen, Mr' I. 4 wheels balanced, weights free. 128 BBc each Webber and Wol- SERVICE; .: STATION I;
.Plant were. made also for a dance W. H. Maxwell Mr, Ceo. Wright, lam Fabric Shop, I S. Krome ave., For ate; 40 acres high pin, good .
'to be held Oct 14 In the Redland Mra Juanita Wllliimi Mr. John 2. Front wheel bearings cleaned, llomeirteid. (ill) for avocados mango* or lime FOR SALE:

District Chamber of Commerce__Agnew__ ___ and Mn.n Firmer1.Jack's packed and adjusted 'I' -- Call 44J-J-I or 463-R-/. (JUlf) ) I AT INVENTORY. Immediate Service
RUDDER 1I0Sa, more, than 6 411 8. line Av*.
I brake adjustment. carload In Miami Hock. Every
3. Complete
kind and every aka fur every List Your Reasonable Prices !
Property PAINTING anj DECORATING
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: purposefire Interior and exterior, McLeanthane
Motor ServiceWishes welding, air 8 topqualitybrandi
spray 7R. (pdll: !) '
of garden hone. Our print We Have Buyers Quality Workmanship !j jea
I $9.00 are amatlng. Inspection Invited Lawn mower rental and repair
Amaxon Hoi and Rubber Co.,I SILVER PALM SERVICE, Silver
:1940 N, Miami ave. I'h. 844M8. bedroom CDS home, arreenedporch Palm dr \ (sf5-lf) living room dining 592-W-1.: (JIll!) '
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I .i room kitchen bath SIP ENGINE OVERHAUL 'l'lo
Reed Poultry Market now Kill ARATE t-rar garage Lot 72 SItE ALEX LAMER for well
(to Announce I fresh flub on Thurfclayi,, Fridays -i ft x 135 ft. Total price 18,150 drllllnc. N. E. King Highway BRAKE SERVICE \ .
and Saturday Phone with S47 monthly FIIA Ph. 83I-H '-f e.e
We in 88'1(11S.tt pay o
I specialize Across from Margaret Ann.
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and fewulr MOTOR TUNE-OT
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PUMP 10,000 gal per hr. 4 moa. i S-bedroom home In excellent IS 8 Krom. Phone 118. (o14I1)HARDENhauling ) FRONT END ALIGNMENT
I BODY WORK and ,old, It 20-ft. 2-ln. slip Joint I location Living room 12x24ft e I I'
A A AtWrecker aluminum pipe. Ten No. 40 rain. : with fireplace. Panelled landscapingtopsoil PAINTING I
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Outdoor land,
i bird head, fitting, etc. All In' den barbecue. Beau! potting toll rock o
I i perfect condition Phone Home I I tiful palms and landscaped. fill. Ph. S43-R. Writ Rt I, Dos BODY AND FENDERREFAIR ,
petting ONLY $7,900. Term U.A. Homestead '*
PAINTIMG Head 747-W-I._tH-22)( ) I I .

Service bootee,!I S-bedroom CBS furnlithed, YB: DO reliable witeh rcpalnnf 0 '
TATTINQ for iale-baby on SEAT covnsvrnoLSTEIUNO f
(edged handkerchief Apt :S I. 71 dui acre. Total price $1,900., Woods ,Jewelry, McCrory Ar'cads o

I a I W. Mowry it._(pull) Terms (alto) ,

0UNDERCOATING
Thor Auto-Magle Ironer; dress S-bedroom home with ,aeparat
form, adjuitable) drew 12-18. guest apartment, ALL NICELY Rare Opporjunity
The only American Automobile Association : Preston B. Bird Motor Co. dbod condition Pit. 569-R. (ill) FURNISHED Laundry and I I'ORCEIAINIZINOLtmIICA.TION 0
I- Beautiful 1 flood for about ITS per week
wiling on
WreekerSemcc in Homestead II garag I o
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: fruit. r nwr* Start at enr W. T.Rawlelih
I We BuyBurlap acres with anted
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i t S. Krome at 5th St. Phone 481 Bags Price $15,250. Term. Homestead" for years Will glv 0GENERAL
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Newly built S-bedroom CBS 'OIl tlr* area If qualified

J', Day and'Night-Seven, Days a Week I 3 and Cotton Hags Large living room with fireplace AVERY C. SMITH A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO
We also. recondition and Dinette-kitchen. Tiled (Wholesale) IItlMrr.a SERVICE
ell them. Bath. Qlau )Jalouiled window o
!** PHONES:: throughout Include new electric IN N. W. 171* An", Miami BUDGET] FLAN IF r>RKIREt

A.B.C. BAG CO. Move, refrigerator and r Ph. 4-1I4I Moralnn PAY AS! YOU DRIVE.WRECKER ,
f' water heater, Price $".no. o

Day r 789 Night 624r $$100.00 Rewardfor 911. N. W. 5th Ave., with termi SERVICE ,

\ Miami FOR RENT: t-bedroom fur-
We are just as close as your telephone i Phone 81-2171 nlvhed home, doss In. $0500

I.I per month ESTAVERLONGMOTORS Bird Chevrolet Co.

information leading to the arrest and for pier: All varletlei of mango INC.
tree. $125 per 100 Brook FOR COMPLETE REAL 117 N. Krone Are
conviction of party who took grasticutter Tower Nursery Inc (mll-tf) ESTATE SERVICE llemeikad Fli llomnttad. FU.Phon .'
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( Phil co Appliances Benson Electric Services from premises at Tennessee rd. and Seaboard ROSES bloom.guaranteed AARS winner to live from and RICHARD FUCIIS AuthorizedDODGE.fLYMOUTB I II

Radios & Refrigerators tracks. the South'* largest growers of Registered Broker 22 Years WithChevrolet r
Electric Has ,
Jlcnson patented roses Writ new for lekH II. Hale and Fire Homer '
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Princeton. ?h. 441 new, full color free catalog. Reglatered' Salesmen Parts Service
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Princeton, Ph. 411 TY-TEX NURSERIES, BOX &J2, lilt( N. Federal Hwy. B. Ftuler-Ph. 171. 1jl jl
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T. B. HOGAN .
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For Hie-1932 model B Ford Member of Chamberof -
f Rt., 2, Homestead, F1a.I' panel truck, good running con Commerce !!!_! 4t "

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For Your Avocados TO GROVE OWNERS and GROWERS: ExperiencedCarpenters
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Before You Pick.Breezeway Rothman Produce Co.Bonded I PAYG. REGISTERED LAND SUaVEYOR i II I II

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! Drive-In Seminole TheatreTWO R. Runken, General 7t2.RGiffen' ] ContractorPhone I The Keystone of Happiness, : ,


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I SHOWS DA.ILTI 7 aid I P. M. Phase N' *. 1)1ATimDAT individual requirements. :
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CliUdre i aader tea lei ten te '",'eln. 14*. (Ta tneluded.)

|'Last Time Today: "Race Street", kylincr" Last Times Today: "OUR VERY OWN" Industries Inc. CABINET BATAS: Steam and Vapor ,II I ,

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ZACHARY SCOTT FAYE EMERSON SENSIBLE! KEDtCI? O PLAN
MONTE HALE PAUL HURST, ALINE TOWNE In OFFER A SAFE
"GUILTY BYSTANDER"Llao "VANISHING WESTJo nNER" Roofing of All Kinds
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MONTE HALE PAUL HURST, CLAUDIA BARRETT In And DOROTHY LEWIS. JAMES ELLISON.JERRY COLONA In Poured-In-Place Gypsum Decks
Rinnie K.
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"THE OLD FRONTIER"SUNDAY "MUSIC IN THE MOONLIGIIT" Simpson Simpson
Cement Tile Manufacturing \ "
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CAREY GRANT, JOSE SIGNNE: FERRER HASSO, PAULA In"CRISIS" RAYMOND, DAVID BRUCE, KRISTINE MILLER. DAMIAN OTLYNN In Solar Water heaters By Appointment Only, Phone ll6-Wa
"YOUNG DANIEL BOONE"Color
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i t'. MacDONALD"TilE CAREY LAWLESS"OAIL RUSSELL In I ANN SHERIDAN."STELLA"Added VICTOR MATURE In Acoustical MaterialsAir Ed. L Branam's Funeral HomeSUCCESSOR

f* Alto ROBERT LOWERY PAMELA BLAKE C......... M..It.... AlTeatar_, Conditioning ; TO T '*NWS'

I MICHAEL"HIGHWAY WHALEN 13"In I THIRSDAT aid FRIDAY g*.t tl-M S Fan Ventilation 21-Hour. Oxygen-Equipped Ambulance.
RANDOLPH SCOTT. GABBY HAYES BILL WILLIAMS,

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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
HOWARD DUFF SHELLY WINTERS. DAN DURTEA In I THE CARIBOO TRAIL"Color Free EHImale
I ( "JOIINNY STOOL PIGEON"Alao ( by Clnecolor) Cremation
272 Aragon Ave Coral Gables
Added: Carleee Fn Sheet B ,1eetL rara-t Nfwa.Cnlnff i ii
STEPHEN McNALLY, PETER FERNANDEZ In i

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A WOMEN'S CLUB ANNOUNCES OPENING Robert b the lures of the see LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Sept 15,1950
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I Registration will be held it 10 the' pupil will be presented In !
COLLECTING OF. ORCHIDS IN CUBA SUBJECT o'clock Saturday morning (for the I revue I Mr and Mn. 8 W. Griffin and
dancing" ached l sponsored. bx tilt A member of the Dene MI'eI HOMESTEADContinued children, Ratter and Gail have UndercoatingAny
\ OF SLIDES TO HE SHOWN FOR GARDEN CLUB Woman' CM of Hwneetead" In tort f America, Mia Mallory returned' from a viatt with' .....

the dubhou on N. W. Mth itCUtMf studied under Tom Wp ef New tires In Caledonia, N. Y.

BIMel on tilt collecting of At a special meeting Monday In ballet, ballroom and York, Ernest Carlo and Frank Mr. and ...., Jame frame a .1
orchid In Cuba will be shown at I]I I night t. O. Herring showed color tap dancing will be offered for I Neibltt tap dance ipeclaUtU, and ( from Page Five) ace came tress Holhywpod ... '
moving picture of the cultivation children. and adulU by Jill Mil-I Katherine Llttletield and Ber- Make of Car f
*"ht neetlnf of South Dad.Oar- day to spend the dey with Mr.Frame' .
of row Each of the 41 member lory of Miami and 1C. B Martin sloe Holmes, ballet fpeelalttU. gain this Meant During their '
den Club Monday evening in I present wa given a brochure on of Hdlandal. At the clot of a I She taught In the Ella Baokt toy here, Mr. and Mr*. Berg are lather, Chat Frame. I

Redlind fruit and Splct Park. roN growing. nine-month instruction course. Studio of Baltimore and war a living at the home of Mr. and Mr. and 1 Mr*.!II. Z. Barflaf

announces D, E. W rdliw, presi l member of the Shell Oil co. UBO Mr. Herbert Katz of N. Krom have returned from MemphlvTcnn

: :'.liens will be oonildcred COLLEGE GROUP GIVEN ANNUAL PARTY troupe during the war. are .. to epond the winter M $19.95 /
A dance Instructor ilnce 1(32, their .
home In Florida
also Iff the aeaion'i activities, liY MEMHERS) OF SILVER PALM W. S. C S. I Mr. Martin taught In the Long Mr. and Mr. Walter Peterson City .

l Initial plant for the ,ear'* Island School: of Murk and Dane- and daughter, Ann Marie and Mia Betty Chtrleaworth of

work were rude at I meeting/ Th annual party for college- Glenn Thomas, Mr*. Mud Chand Ing and In the Jackie Kern School: Sue Vcrgone.. returned Friday it Fort Laudqrdale and Do Baker of Steam Cleaning:, If necessary, $5.00
Wednesday night of the ctub'i bound people of Silver Palm' ler, Mill Geraldine Uwla., Mill ot Central New York and Pennlylvanla. their home In Gould* after having Miami were week-end guests of
committee chilrmen. Methodist Church war given Betty Torbert, MIll Ann Hathaway \ . pent the summer In Oregon,, MiA Miriam Holme at the home
Tueiday evening by the W, S. C. Ml*. Lila Abbondandolo, Wl. of her parent Mr and Mr, R.
FIGURINE EXHIBIT
lOVNO ADtTLTIINVITED S. Also Invited were member of Mill Daphne Runken, Mill Dolores VIEWED BY SM I II A. Holmes. '!

TO FELLOWSHIP MEET the Redland Chorus, Ennl' Mill Janice Le, Mix I More than 200 visited Home- Miss Martha Hlnslion<< of Atlanta Mr. and M-rIoC. H. Pepper Bird Chevrolet Co.
I After a swimming party at Marilyn Dethea, Mines Ruth and iteid'l lint figurine/ exhibit held I It a guest at the homo otMr have returned to their home In ,
Committees for the new year Emma Engel" Mill Rita Sprankle, I *. M. P. Wollam and Mr. and ,
homestead Park, Princeton
l Bayfront t picnic Friday and Saturday In Mr. and after a vied with relative
were named by President Warren MIll ttorolhy Engel Mill Alone Mr. L. P. Kendrick Mr*. J.
HIVed In the
upper war II Mn. Dexter Horne'i Flower by In West Drownivllle, Pa.
Wood at the meeting Monday I church oclal hall Odom, Mlii Miriam Holmes Miss i Kurta of Key West also I II a \ IL. OLJXSMOMLE-CIICVKOLET J
Agnes Shop at 1220 N. Krom .
night t>f Silver Palm Youth Present were Mr. and Mrs I Dorothy Goatman, Mill Betty ilor at the Wollarn home. Mr. and Mr. Elmer: Crawford 105-107 N Krome "
I avt. Demonstrations were givenOf I Ph. 98
at the home of Mr. F.I-I
lowihlp
f, Cowman, Mill Barbara! Cooper, each of converting the and daughter, Nancy, have returned
Mn. Wood In Oouldi. Miss Lucrecla Qulnonea, the Rev. process Mr. S. L. Kendrick, who bar to their home In Gould
;; I MR. AND MRS NOWI.INHOSTS unpaInted figurine Inlq colorful I
;
The pPoinl'tr-: study Alfred Hedberg, San Engel< Phil been 111 in James Archer Smith I after a visit with relative In
and worship, Mr. and Mr*, Howard AT FISH FaY Harrlll, David Lahn, Marshal household ornaments Thirty-two Hospital, has been returned to Canton, 0.Weekend.
Mr. and Mrs Frink Nowlin exhibited specimens at
grouse; evangelism Mr. and Holmes and Frank Ty*. persona her home at ill S. Krome ter.
were hats at a fish fry Saturday the show of Mr. and
Mn. Dick Burroughs; social action after pending several day with guest
Mr. and Mrs Wood, Mn nlifht at their home C on Klnxman/ REV. AND MRS. MOWRT Mn. W B. Cave supervised her ton and daughter.ln-law, Mr !' Mri. J. R. Byrum were their
dr The flih hid been caught by I the exhibit which will mid .up aon-ln-law Mr and Sec Us Also for
France. Hnkbi; recreation, Mr. HONORED: AT BV'FFER and Mr, Sidney L. Kendrick, Jr. : and daughter/ ,
and Mn, Chi. Johnaon. Mn.Wood . Mr, and Mr*. Nowlin and Mr. The Rev and Mrs 1.. S Mowrywere largely l of the handiwork of her - Mrs. John Hatch of Clewlrton 1IIIllI
wa elected tecrttary of the and Mr. Manhall Seeder of Silver puplli.Mri.. and the Hatch children, Susan Lawn
honored at at a supper Sept Mr. and Mri. Thoi. Champncy 1 .
Palm dr and Kath,. recent vlnltort at the i iBy
group. T by member of the First Churchof David C. William will be and children Mary, Joxn and I I
A report en the recent fellow- After the upper, canaita wa God congregation In the par. hostess to Circle On of First John Codway, pent the weekend I rum 'home: were Mr. and Mr*. SprinklersPlastic
played by the group Frank Burrew, Mr and Mr.
ship assembly at Lakeland war lonag at lit N. W. Seventh it MethodIst W. S. C. S. at J o'clock with friend In West Palm Beach '
Present besides those mentioned Frank Burrec, Jr., and baby and I
given by the delegate, Mr and
Present In addition to the honor Tuesday afternoon and Fort Lauderdale I'
Mri. Crouae, Mr. and Mr. Wood 'were Mr. and Mr. Don guests,, were Mr. and Mr. Alfred Mn. Jules Abraham, all of I
aId Seeder and daughter,' Donna Coral Cablet. .
and the He/ Alfred Hedberg. ,
Tomerlin, Mr, and Mri. Edw
Jean, Mr. and Mr*. Benson Q. M
Member decided, to Invite all, I
Tomerlin, Mr and Mr. Henry ,
Mr. and Mr. M. R Collln. .
Bate, Mr Arlene Trlnum Mr
young adult of the community'! A. Trlnum, and Robert Wagner Kufeldt, Mia Helen Tomerlin, Give Your Yourself a Treat Mr. and Mr. Holll Steele, Mr. l =' = M -
to attend the next followahlp
Ml Elsie Tomerlin, Jlmmle Nell ,
** and Mrs Guv Fortytho and Mr
and Jack Engel of Chicago
meeting .I I to be held Monduy oven
Tomerlln W. H Cook, Alfred On and Mr. Warren Wood went
Ing, Sept. 25, at.the home of Mr. MR*. DAN KINCMVV allows Tomerlin Jr., and Dennis, Eddie Sundays Hecp-iea fishing Tuesday out of t. Garden Hose

and Mr CrouH.MRTHDAY KOREAN FILMS IN CHURCH and Jimmy Kufeldt. Bring the family here nom Tavernier. USE OUR ABC BUDGET

PARTY GIVENFOR : Film of Korean arena were MRS. FF.RRE1RA: HONORFDT ) with .....................................
CHARM FORTENBfRKY shown Tuesday evening In Sliver LUNCHEON Young Turkey Dressing or PAYMENT PLAN
BIRTHDAY
The fifth birthday anniversaryot Palm Methodist Church by Mr*. Chicken with Home-Made Dumplings JAMES ARCHER SMITH
Dan KlnKman who was ..tv.ru.tedlrom The birthday anniversary olMr HOSPITAL NEWS

t mated Chine with Fortenberry* party Saturday was Korea at the beginning of .. Don E. Ferreyra war marked '.....................,............ Beautiful roofs!Colorful roofil I Galvanized 1 I
hoatilitlea. with a luncheon on Sept. ( at, REDLAND CAFE Weatherproof, fire residing,
afternoon at the home of her
The public Wit Invited In to the home of Mr. and Mr.. S. L Blrlhi wlnd-proof,long wearing end
,I parent tenberry, Mr.of 1191)and N.Mri.E.C.First E. For.ave, I view the films alter a meetingof / Dickinson of 160 N E. 12th at 127 ". FUtler Ave. rhone CIa To Mr. and Mr. Chut,, Poop economical.( that ti the roof PipeLawn

After playing games, the )loun.. Ellen McVlcker Circle In the Hoitcu war Ml** Rosemary of Florida City, a daughter on I: .you need, call ui. Satisfaction
church Mri. A. L Campbell, Dickinson, who has been employed September. 7.
sled served cake guaranteed
were birthday
minion study chairman, served at the Ferreyra law office PatlenlHSurftery I ,
and l Ice cream.
Present wire Candace and sandwiches, cake and punch (till summer -Mr*. A. V Phillip, I Easy monthly

Sylvia Conner Judy McGinn) Dr. J. W. Rehbein Mn. W. O. Van Tlcn Hiss Ann pOl'm.nt.

Judy Cart, MoUrtM Buchanan Home, Homestead; Mr. Clarence I MowersBrooker \

Arlene and Christine Shuler, Irene, Chiropractic Physician Brooks, Florida City: Mri. Joi
Hodion, Dlant Thomai, Jamie Martin, Miami; Andy Green, I
January, Ginger. Fortenberryl I Could; Coo Marshall, Tavernler.
Sandra and Tommj E tell, Hilly;: Gastro Intestinal Clinic Medical-Mr*. Mildred Walton,
Powell, Hutch and SkipperDowns Mr. H. E Ewlna, Mn. Mabel
InstallationOnly \.tp; ;., j
Dicky Wright, Jerry I I FREE Gas .t'er M treatment of Stephanie, Frank M Kent, David
Parker, Charles Emory Robert-I White.. Jr., Homestead: Robert ; Lumler Co.
sow and Jimmy Vrana 10% Down Paymenton CHRONIC STOMACH( and Johnston, Victor Waller, Mamorada. 1 .

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MRS JOHNSON HONORS Estate Gas Ranges. INTESTINAL DISORDERS Phones 62 and 813
MRS A. 0 LONGWORTHMr I
.'. WANT ADS PAY
Hilda Johnson honored THIS WEEK ONLY NURSE tN ATTENDANCE
N..... A. 0. Long worth of Thom. --_. ---
anon, Oa, at luncheon Friday at '
MAJOR ELECTRIC: . . Perdue; Fie
Office 2 East \
the Johnson home on N. W. 12th Mowry St., Homcbtoad t 4 ea
at Other pTeaent were ''Mr. C'I i .b-
F Wnldron and Mr 8. L Telephone l 132

mien, Mr* Longworth'i (Interwhom
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