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: November 3, 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: VID00737
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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I BONDS GIVEN. TUESDAY ELECtiON SPOTLIGHTChandler ::1






ARMORY NEEDSOFDADEGUARD I Park Drill* for Water COUNTY SHORT I May\ UtU. S. 1 Contract '''LITTLE'

to ReportOn I In Coot Hay SectionIn In l December, Says Bird! CONTEST OVER OFFICES

the search for fresh water Contract for widening a five* I
In the Coot Bay area of Ew*-- 624 HOSPITAL; mile strip of U. B. I north of1 I EXPECTED
glades National Park a well h*i Homestead may be let by the BUT INTEREST HIGH I
been drilled to 400 feet. Drilling' county commission In December, ,
will continue under the direction according to Commissioner Preston
Contacts Made SEEN AS ACUTECol of U. & geologists who have BEDS ASKS 450 B. Bird.
made e survey of the area. All the necessary right-of-way"' IN TURN-OUT FOR DADE ISSUES
Representatives. oL National has been acquired except four or
I Parks Concessions, lie, woe five tracts against which ('OIl.
Robert A. Ballard of here this week to make plan for:>> John Neiftey U local chairmanfor demnatlon proceedings are slated '[ I
For Site Conference Homestead spoke at the Home opening the park concessions: this to begin Tuesday 25 I Pints mood Given In the general election Tuesday,
the Bond for Bed
drive to
steed Retry season. The company operates At present buildings art being I qualified voter will ballot on the
Deficit
Toward 82-Plnt
get out the freeholder vote Tuesday
Club meeting most of the concession in the moved off the right-nf-way to election of public official and
Wednesday In never. nation! parks to approve the $(,.000,000I. other (oration, knd bids will be "_t1-fl" pint of blood for or against five propoevd
--------- advertised! for this month. |
Restaurant bond Issue for expansion of Jack-
Parkway
I IJ donated at (the South Dade round. amendments to the state ronstltutlon. -
The chamber of In behalf on Memorial Hospital. The most -J
commerce: TilE WEATIIEltBUI of proposed GEO. SMATIIERS Important Item In the expansion up Tuesday' fell tar short of msk- Registered\ freeholders,
committee appointed last week
$500,000 bond + I plan is the proposed addition of FUNERAL RITES ins up the are'* 12-plnt deficit also will vole on the bond Issue
to suggest a 6,000-acre tract' nit I i uiai....* rn. n ale M -- issue for armory M-- ** H..MHM4. taw !
of Homestead Army Air Base asa construction: lot HERE MONDAYAT able at the hna llel. Redland District Chamber of ., for providing two health
site for the Inter-Americin Oil* .....I .....j| Bur. |IUI.| the Jllth infantry n The crave unency of voting wa SET TODAY FOR Commerce, wa held In Arrant- clinic buildings, and for construe
Cultural and Trade Center Tues- : Oct. ZII 86 67 ZU3 regiment.Florida CITY HALL .tf'1toed by County CommlsMon-
Smith V. r W. Post home at 112 lion of ,
Oct. 27. . 85 65 JUII National l er Preston B Bird In a talk te MRS. BERNECKERFuner.1 an armory
.day night delegated Luther L.i Oct 28. 86 65 JUT ,_ Guard, of which \the Rotary Club here Wednes N, E. Sixth ave.HEALTH. Since Democratic nominationat
Chandler to arrange a conference Oct ZD .84 65 2998 tr ha II commandC.t. Ballard George<< Smsthers, Democratic div, He pointed out that al present the primaries I I. tantamount to
between members of this committee : OctJO. 11 66 2889 tr In i officer I nominee for the U. S. Senate Dade County I la (24 beds short service for Mr*. frank election In Florid the general
and the Miami steering Oct 11 ... 64 JUT Col. Ballard aid It U hoped I will be at the Homestead city: I nf the standard reoulrrments for L pernecker pioneer of 1910,;, CLINICS; election usually lg a desultory
committee headed by Dr W H. Nov. 1, 81 15 2999 that acme of the money from th'i' hall from 19 to U oVIock MonGEORGB \- Iti oonulaUon/ of 500,000. After will be conducted at 1
Walker. I o'clmkj affair. With the bond Msue to be
Chandler, who planned Immediate financing bond issue for can the be added armory to U.to S be- .approval.iv three It will vears be before approxlmai the- this afternoon In First Methodist. \] KEEP MANY OFF "decided, however, effort art

action, will report to the LYNN E. IRWIN built at Homestead, In order to facilities can be available, a' :Church Of Homestead by the. Rev being made to have Dad County -
Redland District Chamber of make It more adequate for the I Mfce bonds must be "validated Oscar Msgarlan, pastor ot Florida CHARITY ROLLS voter stage. t real turnout
Commerce director at a meetingto plan drawn and eonstrurllo" Redland next Tuesday,
local guard company needs City and community( \
\ be held Tuesday noon at the HEADS CHURCH completed, A* the bond Issue !I' ( Every Dade voter will have the
"lurches Burial) will be In Palm
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Armories are merely housing i ;
Glade Restaurant Chamber 'extended over 20 years, he said, Th*, Dade County Health Department opportunity to ballot on three
I President A. V. Phillips said yesterday IN'PENSACOLA units for the National Guard, and |I the rout to the Individual I Cemetery, Naranja, under the la asking 1300,000(( lp Justice of the Florid supreme
that 111 Interested' persons' the Dad County Guard It In "ororwrtv owners will I mount ilew > direction of Edw L. Branam of one bf the proposed botid laiue court, two member of tot slate
'are Invited to' the luncheon urgent need of more housing, for I than 20 cents e :vest tlPI carp Branam Funeral Home to be voted, on Tuesday for Itapub' rillroad and public utilities com
meeting, but they should make The Rev Lynn E Irwin ion regimental at well ai located hatl.lllon'beadqu.rten inMiami tl.OOO of non-ekomot valuat'onHnmextearli Pallbearer will be Curl Schu- .*' health. : clinics nlcskm, a United States senator,
reservations ahead of time by are now assessed at less than Dr. John Dc Pot III, of !Homostetid a repreoenUtlve to congress,
of Mr. and Mr Flank N. Irwinof said."Jacksonville macher, Geo. H Gann, 1. lean,
he
telephoning the chamber secretary $1000 will pay nothing. siinllarlHn In the health department three member of the list legls
at 491. Homestead, has assumed the and Tamps both I Sub-chairmen working( with Ludolf Anderson Ted* Well brook calls attention te the lature, I county purchasing agent,
At the committee meeting pastorate of Calvary Baptist have bigger armories than Miami (' Neafsev are: F; W Burton and and Alfred Phillips,. feel' that rude County populati three memoer. of the county
(Tuesday night It wss decided because prior to 1(48 they were Mrs Tho. Chsmpnejr Home.mead Maria Has Ilernecker died ( I that no mast meeting will be regimental headquarter and Ml* ; Wm. J Geronlmo, Florid Monday night In Jsmea, Archer then put eight'" years, but the the Florid Inland Navigation
called until the local committee and pas not. A bond'lane M b- Sys I Cltv; Col. Robert Ballard T DPlche Smith Hospital at the age of 71.Native health department clinical facilKb District
has met with the Miami commit.. matted to the Voters two years i and Mrs Sylvia Atkins.Rodland of Germany, she and her are the name. they wen Change In voting procedure
tee and has a clear understanding .' ago tailed I rdto get enough vet**, so : Mrs Dan Williams, Mo- husband came her from Utahto 4n 141 Tho public health services make It necessary lot voter to
of "what Its all about" Dade have rid to get dells; Mrs Nellie Torbert and homestead at the Patrol I'have Increased from SU per cent ,Ml th* Individual levers otcendkhtet
Chandler presided at the request along with their out-dated and Mr. lather L Chandler, Goulds, N. Krome eve, and Silver In saw. caws to'inure: burn 1,000 who hav* opposition,
C of President Phillips who could Inadequate armories And' Mrs Roy W. tfarkne, min dr Recently the couple rele' pat rent In others> .he says. I For Instance, in voting tot Democrstle .
,not attend because of death and The National Guard In this ivers and Sunday school teachers brated their fiftieth wedding fllnki safeguard against ton- I ticket?pulling the master
Illness In his finally. aA area' has had a housing"! shortage | Nerro workers are. headed niversary. Mrs, Bemecker t gigtia|) ,diseases and prevent lit- i lever ,wilL "vote only the four unopposed ..
A. W. [ retired land- since IU reactivation .la ]*46 S A THEM r I by Arlhus Mays, Brewer" andtebr."tkol'ekr member of the Lutheran I \ neMWjtyet' **ould cause peonle I L nomine**; Idivkkallaililira4bSyetYtd4j
e +Aerpa.afSbitd: o ..*.....leuqggs! itU.lnaqueM > camsds-
ago began working for such a unit was Increased about 'seven He will be accompanied flI A., F I Q4Io":1:: negro school. neek/ loavee: six semi .DJ' -* strain on the taxpayer II Opposed candidate
center to be located in South hundred per cent. T bii shortage' Arthur Of Homestead and other school board la cooperating Otto, Frank H., Ernest and \[ *, he ,.laid.MOBILE. All qualified voter may ballet
Dade, exhibited new. plan laid' still exists and much of the space member of the South Dada com in the drive by supplying pu llomenteid and Walter of _.- -- also on the five amendments
out In color of the proposed airfield now used I I. temporary. and In* mittee. ells with Informational leaflet' burg Pa; five daughters, which call for: t. Ending plate
tract site with a cut-out of adequate. Before the general election to take home to their parents Anna Albright of Miami UNIT I census taking; !. Requiring every
the Graves tract, most considered The units of the Guard are Tuesday aVnathen is covering as Workers expect to make a Mrs, Walter Schultz Mr, A. V. state law to cover one subject
site for the trade center, madeto charged, with the responsibilityof much territory as possible to houee. -lo-houoe canvas to get out Phillips, Mrs Fritz RuOke and properly, described In the law'
scsl. The 1900-acr Grave! being ready to protect this I thank friends fur their: overwhelming the vote. Nc-fsey explains that Mrs.. Edna Avery of Homestead; SLATES FREE title; I, Setting up Monroe County
tract cutout when superimposed country and IU federal and state support In the primaryand balloting I I. limited to freeholder IT grandchildren and ttyre great t (Key Weal) Is t separate.
on the layout of the proposed! governments 'at any time. Train. to stress the Importance of who an qualified voter grandchildren CHEST XRAYSAll circuit court;; 4. Providing e second
local site of 6,000 acre showed Ing, supply and administration getting out the vote registered on the county' book. .. county Judge In counties of
at a glance that the Miami sit* Is cannot be adequate unless the Today Smat hers If In Pcnsacola a* owner of real date Dr. Nnbitt Recalled 250.000 population; I. Providing
Inadequate men who make up the Guard are and tomorrow he will ly to For approval of the bond Inane, To Military ServiceLt. : l1.ndlerllf! food and drink Juvenile court circuits.
Th new Dorgan plat, beautifully I REV. LYNN 2; IRWIN given the necessary equipmentand DeLand tot the John B. Stetson 00 I per cent plus one of thecounty's 1 are required to have chest examinations Registered freeholder will be
laid out and divided ,Into buildings In which to carryon University homecoming On approximately 140,000 James Nesbltt, naval medical I / when the countyhealth provided a paper ballot to vote
tone for the various American Church In Brownsville, West Pen- their work. Tuesday, he will vote at his home freeholder or 70,001 I must vote reserve officer, .ha* been I department's mobile x-ray for or against bond rf 19,000,000
countries and their states, shows, ucola. Mr and Mr*. Irwin have Col. Ballard believes that, along precinct In Miami before going and of hone voting SO per rent recalled to military duty and I 1.,1, unit comes .here. between Nov, 6 for enlarging Jackson Memorial
too, that the 6,000-acre tract I 1.1 1|, bought a home there, and Mrs with federal funds that have been to West Palm Beach for a nnon plus one or 31,001 must favor now stationed *t Fort Mil'hcr-I and Nov. 16, says Dr John W'I I IDeMIDy Ho-plUI, $500,000 for a new
no more than would be needed Irwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs and will be used In construction address before the annual convention the Issue IOn Ga.H ; county sanitarian. Included building at the county armory
for such a "permanent world's) C O. Robertson of Homestead, la the $300.000 armory asked In of the Florida Truckers I lIon* ot 600 officer and I I are the employees! tit reitauranU and 1300,000 for two' health clinic
fair". leaching in Pleasant Grove School. the bond Issue to be submitted to Association, Later he will fly to Ucv. Jon. Benson Now will retain their navy rank I rafes, I bans, sod* fountain , buildings
Chamber President Phillips announced The following story about Mr. the freeholders next Tuesday will Jacksonville to hear the election Pastor in Avon ParkThe uniform' while on active duty I *, and bakeries. and of the Local polls will be open from
this week that Clarence Irwin I.I reprinted from a recent fill the requirements of the Natlonal return at his date, headquarter. helping to relieve the army'* \meet departments of grocery T a. m. to 7 p. rn. ate
Parman, Henry Pridgen, Harold issue of the Etcambla County Guard In Dade Countyunless Rev. Joseph Benson, son need for doctor I store and market' Terrine Community House,
Kendall, A. F. Arthur, Wm. Press: unforseen CITY STREETS REBUILT of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Benson of Son of Mr and Mrs James P. T. A. groups will do the. Precinct 87.
Rottile, Maj.) Tom Royal, H. P. The Rev. Lynn E. Irwin Is the Its some expansion cause requires Princeton, who was graduatedwith Nesbltt of Newton rd, Lt. NtsI I clerical: work for the free, public Gould Supply Store, Precinct
Rutherford, Wm. Fewell. Jo. E. of the Extensive street Improvement bachelor of theology degree bill had practiced medicine 'examinations to be held from B 18.
Kelleher and Dorgan will be new new pastor Calvary Bap- Today the National Guard, are reported by Councilman Wm from Treveeca College at Nashville Okrcchobee and South a I m, to 4 30 p, m. on the follow. Redland Grocery, Bauer dr at
appointee to the local steering (Continued on Page' Four) along with other reserve unit, Mussclwhlte, street committee- last June, has been calledto after graduation from '"1"1'I Inc: schedule: Redland rd. Precinct 11.Tlsdale .
committee Appointed to the committee Is playing e most important role man. Street that have been re- the pastorate of the Avon Park of Alabama Medical College Monday. Nov, 6-Pcrrlne negro Grocery Store, Prince
last week at the Initial Action to Rename lark In preparing! and training men to built Include N. E. and N. W Nsnarene Church. A brother, der the wartime naval training school' lon Precinct 00.
meeting on the trade mart site : perform military duties If the Fourth streets; N. W. Eighth it, Luke Benson, relumed this week program. He Interned at Jackson Tuesday, Nov. I-Gould* negro Homestead fire station, Precinct
project were: Chandler, County Deferred by CommissionThe call should ever come," said N. E. Ninth ct., N. W. Ninth it, from I trip to Nashville to help Memorial Hospital and served as I school II l,
Commissioner Preston B. Bird Dade County.Commlialon Ballard. "If the people of Dade N. B. and N. W. 11th streets, and the Rev, and Mrs Benson get resident physician at Dada County Wednesday, Nnv I-Kendall Florid City town hall Precinct
Geo. H. Cooper, Walter Weiss, on Tuesday deferred action on e County will show their confidenceby N. W. 14th .. moved to Avon Park. Hospital. (Continued on PIle Three 12.
Frank Tye, Frank Navillo, Polly request by the Florid helping these young men prepare
City council
Roe themselves, I believe they
Bait and Ben Archer.
that Homestead

LINKS SATURDAY be Preston renamed B. Bird South Park Bsyfront Dade, in Park.honorof Park or will." never have cause to regretIt. Choice of Air Base Site Would Save Thousands of Dollars, : I

Reopening Saturday of the County Commissioner Bird.

links of the Redland District Golf Award a'contract: for boat LOCAL BROKERSTO Months of Construction for Inter American Trade Center
and Country Club was announced lifts at the park wa taken under
yesterday by E. L. McLaughlin, consideration. Bids submitted

pro. High water from the recent were 23.340 by Powell Brothersand ORGANIZE By REST MORRISON DOKGANikt ambitious projects ever proposed finest In the whole world, the only 1 base chosen a* site, all this writer as rather a strange coincidence
heavy rains made the link unfit I $11,300 by Fitzgerald Engineering fAI N.... Ma Dwen .. re..f l for the collective benefit of man one boasting a foundation of Immense amount of expense and that a government project .
for play. Co. A. W. 1Iurn.. IMM, _..... e.I. kind. add, natural rock. In good condltlon consuming of time would be BUILT FOR PURPOSES or
REALTY BOARD ......WI... ../ ..rf.. ...re_10.n__wed. .wrred. ...,. to, all n I", Miami Fertanate dill it I* Urn enough to eliminated, due to the fact that WAR, wa placed In the midst
Youth Center Heads Double 110 I as City Organization of the South Dade end. ,.... t.o.: ... .T........ wPl'. '., _.red In being so geographically plane In existence. lianas from a small city In Itself which, during which now presents the most
Recreation Board Under New Plan Board of Realtors was set In to 1--....s.-a.M...... rtckl hood" .M. I.all.Ik v......, ,,. located u to develop within a all parts of the hemisphere could World War II, had a population advantage i* a cite for this other
motion Monday night at a meeting eu.n 01 ar. -<... W .Ir..._" .lw comparatively few years Into the land right at the center of some fifteen thousand. government-sponsored development
of real estate brokers In the lhn 5046 Ie gar" x.dr.d. litatrid !., gateway of Inter-American air Th location lower Biscayne The hundreds of building.; erected designed to nerve the

The governing board of the dents In order, J. W. English, office of Mrs Eleanor Froscher travel, fa doubled In that this Bay afford magnificent opportunity by the government still stand PURPOSES or PEACE AND
Tropical Youth Center will ** Mrs. Eleanor Froscher and Howard Charter members,who are apply The Increasing: wave of Interest same geographical location designated for scenic: development sturdy CBS structure ringing UNITY; that the first project)
Kirby; secretary, Mrs I. UWechsler Ing for acceptance as a member and community enthusiasm which the area as the most logical The wtlen.ln this lower bay art In sire from Innumerable smaller should, In Itself. contribute In to
Mm responsibility for the cityl
; treasurer, It. E. Sher- board of the Florida and National has spread throughout the entire, one for \the permanent homeof clear, clean and. beautiful. The buildings that could be used for large e measure to these very
recreation program under a tentative ard. Association of Real Estate Boards, South Dade section In support ol the Inter-American Cultural center would bf accessible: to1 all living quarters to hug buildingsthat same advantages
agreement worked out Wm Musaelwhlte, H. L. Brandenburg are Alice Johnstone, Msmle P. the movement to have the Homesteed and Trade Center.It type of water transportation,, would hous Administrative It I Ie understood that plan for
Monday night between city council Walter Welas and J. T. Smith J. A. Kelleher, Benj. W. Army Air Base tract considered Is her further good fortuneto from .** plane to excursion office and serve s* storage spar this great unified development
and youth renter commute: Oodwln form the council committee Morris. J. R. Brooks, t hu. W. M the most logical site have within close proximity boat. By Improving and extending -: for all materials that it wouldbe Include a statue of Christ, to be
The proposal will be submitted appointed to work out a Turner, Mackenzie Cottrell and for the proposed Inter-American a site so advantageous, a* to location listing highways and bondIng necessary: to keep under cover, erected on a point ,out In the
for full council approval at next plan with the youth center. I (Continue M Page four Cultural and Trade Center I la Indicative apace for expansion, aim a few new ones traffic from A number of the monster hangars bay, A thing which I am not 4
Monday nlghtt meeting.At also, of a growing recognition pllflcaUon of traffic problem andnumerous I ell direction could be steered still itend Intact, wherein an Immense ashamed to eonfo brought a
this week'i meeting;, the two of whet.tbl is great development other: feature, a* to' round already! congested\ Miami amount of this material lump to my throat when 1 was
group agreed that a proposed H.H.s. Slates Back.to-SchoolNight i will mean to hemispheric appear almost preordained for the. area, thus paring nore of the could be protected from th element told about It I* It stretching the
lease to the youth center of city multiple million, regardless of great hemispheric development' headache for which traffic authorttle *. A city mid Ux, order Into Imagination too far to believe 4
recreational facilities wa not Wednesday for Parents and Friends what area or exact: location 1* ultimately The 8,000-acre tract are even'now seeking which the government poured that, In HI* own uafathomabl
feasible, as \&II of the city-owned r 4 decided upoq for the the Homestead Army eomprlaln'l a' cur. millions, It ha IU own water way, the Trine tt Peace""HAS
facillUe should not be restrictedto project and vast adjoining undeveloped On any. other site that might system and fire protection, and, predeslgnated this one wartime
one group. Originally the The annual back-to school: During a one-hour disc session Wherever located pride, not only areas, all lying on a solid rockfoundation be under consideration for the of course, I Ie completely electri renter of activity ass. site faith
youth center had asked a deed night of Homestead schools: will pupils lit aU IS grade will In the project Itself but also but few feet below project, there would be the Initial fled. There would be only the magnificent Inter-AswrioeJt
U the 111 city acre Includingthe be muted Wednesday evening be seen la their regular performance in the stupendous ace rrt lt.,.. the surface would provide space expense of many' thousand of nominal tort some repairs to Cultural and Trade Center, dedicated
ball park, swimming pool by the re-organlzat'on\' of 'theDaddies' during three class periods ment .f the deaden whose1 un. lot expansion a* far Into the future dollar for the erection of the roofs, rehabilitate the to the cause of peace. ?
tennis court and trailer parks dub founded lad year. Approximately W per centof, Ragging faith 'knd1 promotional a* could! be visualised. The numerou bulldlngl that wouldbe buildings. spur of the F. E. C Anyhow, It I I. a nice thoughtfor 1
In return for a Ill-acre lot 'U" The program, held yearly In observance the parents Hand the back.toschool effort brought this "visionary project) U designed with Just such required to house administrative railroad till run to the sit* thaw of us who are M aln
Civic Center Addition. of National Education program each year, dream") the very verge of real. a lasting existence la View, a gift quarter, tools, machineryand : rod could be used for transport I rercly confine] that the' Homestead
Officers of Tropical YoutH Center Week will begin at T10: and the according: to Principal. .. B. ity, should prompt the moat to posterity which will not be material'*, not to speak of \tot tatioo of material for this purpose Army Air Ball, tract i II
non-profit organization letup school busses will begin their Blackburn. whoJe. art d public i support l, confined to growth of twenty, time It would take to mak these M ".0." work on the center till most outstanding location forth
by representatives U community regular run \at 6:M to provide After the. aeastatu. refreshments Next to United Nation*' M Lake thirty, er even fifty yean, but preliminary preparation I before Itself center, to carry "with us a.
organizations, and president transportation for parent and will be' served by member Success this hemispheric center for a hundred year or more work on the center It elf could l A Claelng TkenghlAH w* work to have it brought' under
Ceo. S. Skalt; yke-prasl-. pupil *. of _the T! T.-A. I 1* OM of the blue and met The air base Unit 1 II MM ol UM be started Were the army air Dimmed, up. It tUiks tb coojldcriUon.



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to bring. to Japan army heads and i I.<... and "I' esetpa.dawm.
GAY NINETIES Hectic Invasion Experience at Seoul i' BAPTISTS CLOSE
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record too important to ......,". wee: Col WIlL C. Beeoett wtwoparatad
The dub brought fa* Mr*. tb* near} for Mr*.
Recounted Here Mrs. Dan
REVUE MARKS by Kingman Heltterman new hone an orchid Bennatt, Mr RKVTVALSUNDAY Your
plant wMte with bale... ..mMn. Mr atajynBaJlaei. Bring
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Hew ate end tar f.*., cMUrh.ditches' ftmJate* of use sMfe depej...1, Dinner WM served buffet styli Mi*. AMred C. MiUr,
LIONS' PARTYA I.ge4ir with onus' Amerlesowema J JI I" army and s-lialariary. par by the lapotajave atr*. ttiawr, Mrs. K. L. SwitmarseM, Mr*. Fred Dr. MerrtB B. M.tr* W Wash.
and ohSdren. "hit. 'Ute 1 IWA were. taken to AftCOMCHy .M, and ..... c..... Oauaaoa.Praeant Uctk. Talltilaa Webb, Margraet rttU Tina, on Sunday Mil dose

Gay NineUei, terse highlighted I *t Seoul la DM dark', an abandoned army Installation. baaide the Soroptl-....r.-- Ana Polk and Bobby Hetsterman. the one-week revival in progron. AUTO I REPAIRProblems
the annual. Halloween I morning hours to escape bullets at flail Baplitt Church of Homestead -
program nt Ole Redland District 'I pf atrafing plans of the Invading That was a hectic marahalUni Slim & Amy Revive Friendliness I Dr. Moor will prMch and
Lion Club attended by IM mem' 1 North Korean WM told by Rica.Dan .1 I area for .... Frequent air Mid. AI aylor of first Baptist Church
ben and guetta Tueaday In the) Klngmari at s loropllmhNrmeeting alarm kept ua acurrylag. about. Repartee of Boarding House Table Of Miami will' direct the atatfnit . to Us
Lion pen. W. E Burton wes of the SoropUmUt Club For tome reaaon they thought w th Sunday morning ad see-
Mdahned the meat' beautiful of Homestead. Monday Right at would be better off away freer Sing market .
of the Mandag glria" each of Mr and Mr*. Robert J. Jleiiter. the building, eo would Ml u* tt Sty at'BY UAOI CARSON the __Uoft. TW tons pa -
wh t linMd en I amall ..... seE mint D Repose Jlest Horn on 'hIt the ditches'. was promptly and diplomatically General) Hcpalrlnj
II GaDaher am tor member of OM Olii highway. at tpmor "1n .late. afternoon w* war While visiting In Homestead the handled .by my .boat, who turned Let Us Tune-up
ilher evening I wa taken to Motor
the troupe gave a runnJnf oam* take by tail to Inchon whenwe the conversation to tilt beautyof .
mentary oa "her" penonaltty, I"r.Mrs Klngman. whoa husband boarded a Norwegian freighter barer' at Slim and Amy* the curly pin paneling In the Repairs
.coelume rharmt and talenta. The M Initrurtor In UM South for the three-day trip to Japan A* ws drove to this restaurant restaurant o Minor body
."..,..*. wen J. A. Rotherham military college in Seoul Ae the Rhlnrholt moved out Inti 'ocated in a p'.tu.pot\ at the "And from where I rat the view Repair Your .
T. E. Kirby, Clarence any, C.I at the Urn of the Invasion the Yellow Bra, w* could ae .... of town, my hoat explained I Ie wonderful.," I Mid M I looked PaintingHomestead
Norman John Graven, /Arthur showed koda-slldes taken when artillery shell.. exploding In In. hat '"Slim and Amy are serving. out over the pin woodland.
Rmlth Ceo. W Turner and E. ft* was living In Joree and choni .mess family atyle, now" This. "Dont you think lit* view I*
A. Robert other* token by Mij KHigfnah" sounded Intriguing and remindedme "
I "Many of ui were more Inter. beautiful' I asked my boat 'Car.Expert Motor Co.
hostilities of the good old day*. My .
after started. MajKir.gman
Three numbers were puns by eited la the tube of Mew prepared "Not from when I lit, he
host's next remark (meant without
the Homeland ajuarM. { ., rhai U now an adviser with for ue which tailed grind grinned and then I reatUed that JIMMY gTIWABT;
Johnson' :David tredrlok Qlmn I South Korean dlrtaton at MM The Norwegian crew did bets.. any personal Implication, I from when he Mt an he could
Themes and Frank T,.. I front. Mr, Kmgman and 'bar I bed for their human cargo told myself, reassuringly) was see was me 331 S. llagler An. (rut to nixie Drug)
The lertovt aide of the pro.pram children are living her withMa which had replaced. their load O' mat "you can eat aU you want Well, all of this hilarious\ fun Work

wet provided to talks. on I I |. Klngman mother Mn I fertlllter-but It witnl a verj for IMS"That had to end along with the blueberry :,
the county bond lames" to be Ralph W Klstgman oC Kingmanrd comfortable voyage I was to discover' was cobbler, tee cream,, banana
voted Cod. Rntwrt .A I I I true We joined other at the
Tuetday "W. were well received' ir pudding and apple pi.. On AlIllakesTh1II11Jan\
( The attack of North Koran long table. and fared a spread
Ballard atreiaed the Importanceof be
Japan Dig Bill Dean the generallater The dinner theN will
'Red form on South Korea was such a. I have not seen liMe IOIM-I
the proposed IMOOOO .
armory for me to remember
lust at Teejon WM itandlnr thing
I completely' unesperted.' .' Mr*. those good old days when the
bond lame and Dr Morgan of I
at the foot of the gangplank to> I plan to return the next time II BRANCORInc.
Mimi emphaalred the nereultynf Klngman aald."Whan Ma). King- greet ua. He remembered moat ol Seminole Motel., the Butler House com to HometttadBtnuon .
approving the 16.000.000 1 lame man received orders to proceed. our name from his time in and the Evans (louse served Motors
for enlargement of Jackson Memorial to Kaeeong. w* .did not reallia Korea and told ui Tow nice we meal boarding houi style
,Itoap'UL' the serlouanee of the situation." looked'. "Do they count how many bta-
Electric
Mr and Mn Den Robert re- she Mid "Din did not com born cult you est. I inquired of the Service Sales & Service Rock ,and Concrete PrHocU
"The Red CroM WM there and Hudson ,
that night and'Otn J.t blark Radios & Ref rkeraionrrUeel
reived the turkey given away by I ane..H handsome newcomer at my left
sent home to tam
the youth committee out was ordered for Seoul We our mho wai helping himself mod. I S. FUtler ..... 4H :
1t.1MIW..,* Lion and could hear' planet. and etrating. It ille' for UI ally to collards, spars rib, potato .**, Fh. IIS Road Rock t'' "Pea Rock
"'rL Lloyd 8. flub of Chicago. was a ghastly nlfht A{ I M In "I felt myself to be a romplett fritter, com bread, roast beef "Y .
Mr and Mn Arrhto' )ofrlnl,,.. I the morning" we were told by burden to the army In Japan, .. ark chess and gravy. Screenings
Mr and Mn Wm. Lowa, Mr. and radio and doot-Wdoor alarm to I elected to come home aa socrN Well," replied the H. N, Concrete Rock .. ; !
M.... John Vernon of TerrlneMn 'park one suitcase, for each per possible. After I week In a "Slim and Amy do not count > ,,. .
John Little of Mlam MnFlva eon. Including one blanket .apiece lovely mt home in the noun them, but my pal over there Our Phone Number Is 305-J Concrete mocks : t Rock FillReadymixed
and for evacuation Soa tales northwest of Toyko, thr
: McOIII of Orhopee. and Mlu "prepare (pointing to another Interesting
safer place children and I were put on Fllgh'
Mary Helen Sprinkle t '
tUHt-Mci.lm. that ate nine
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CHAS. B. mm morning, .all hospital patient. ,. *H' Dan of course, remained Ir ant night"Well, he could eat nine If 'he ,Roofing of All Types ;. , ,'
American women and children Korea, coming out only one day)
chose, but I decided not to be
trcedy ao I moved the alx kinds Modern! Equipment.'Insured and Approved.
TAKEN BY DEATH It vegetables and the aalad. on Now Hand
of Cement on
Pull Lever 9B and Help Elects ny plate over and mad room Plenty

for only five biscuits, line they s>
Chaa.Homestead D. Porker of resident Miami, died former were not very small."Pau '" B. M. MOORE i

the cauliflower again,
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Monday In a Miami convalescent
laid my rioit
home at the age of 82 Services .
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"Where are you planning on
We Deliver Anywhere
were held In Miami Thursday
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placing It until, you eat It? I
morning and burial. was In Miami asked looking pointedly at hit gee L Cask .JIetrtI Cntiatna
City Cemetery I
overflowing plate
A native of Kentuaky, Mr., Before he could rawer Slim Redland Mill
Pucker cam to Homestead in
wn putting some hot potato frit-
1(11. Several yean ago, he moved :
ten before me and I was ao en. & BRANCOR Inc. Y
to Miami where he WM a buildIng I
,
grossed with their brown beauty

contractor.It leave two. sour, Jack Band I! and haler savory had (to fragrance ask for the that pickled my r I: Sheet Metal Works IL.... .....".,.,Jr,Preen,Mgt Fail (Ceraellat, Vice-Fret
George A, and a daughter, I'
beets for the fourth time. I
Mn W I.. Mister, Jr., all ot Bill Redland Rd oT Ph. 419
I Rock Pit on B. Mowry
Mlsmlfwd two brother" W. CJRurker . t.1. finally reluctantly moved them Maamfartw aU ......-. .. crest MaW Fr4arta ,
of Bradenton and R: O. I LANTAFFt3t from my locality, wondering' p. O. Bet hU tleaaeatead I
where she had mliplaced her
McQaughey of Palmetto.HOWyonrJaibf. previous determination to save 161 S. W. 4th Ave. Homestead. Ph. .471Mif \ w
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for four dessert I
i I s up . .. .
I
j And then "trying to pretend --- -- - -- --- --- - -- .
II Your Working '
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hadn t noticed how many pork
... .. .... Benson Electric Has .
chop* my. .hoi&.ullin.., t .I'
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REPAIRS and I (: U. S. :Congressman"JB and pretending not to hear Ala I

I cryptic comment that I mutt not Philco Appliances t tI
ACCESSORIESMMrCMACPLAH have eaten any lunch or breakf .
: ** 1 EiarUea) Nn. 1 I t that day, Introduced a controversial Fiteectea. Ffc. Ill 5-State Telephone Teamwork

... ,,,.. "' 1Ift1 '.........., \ political subject Into .. .
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Immediate Service i II I Che k Clears $1,600,000 ,Damage t

ARMER S Do You Recognize
I forCOLUMN >
Reasonable Prices F ,

These Quality Products? 'Red Mites In Florida in a Hurry

'
Quality Workmanship I

l .,. have been indications bathe II
peat week of Red Mil (Red I 'e'r'as'""'
Florid hai seen another."
*a ,just example
Spider) presence on avocado and
lr. The mango trees Red Mite should .... of the importance of I tily 1'
EJTCINK OTtRllACt .
e be controlled when they firstappear ''I *_ sound telephone system with the ,
I By the Urn signs of
facUiltt and the of
IUD BCKMCIMOTOR spirit scrvic*
IdealFungicide I Red Mite are aeen on the tree t I
0 the['damage i U don. I anon|Irs Miployae to meet any tmn DCY. '
TCM-Cf t .' .
I use 7 Presence of Red Mite may be Before the humcan winds had died away _ o' "
fRONT END ALIONMtNTFAINHNQ! determined' by examining the local Southern Jell people were busy reilor \ S .

o lower have of the tree with a lag scrrlc Other met and material aped to

0 I GIVE ,YOUR, PLANTS. ::::tc'of'd. A'red sheen ofInfestation is Florid by plane, train and truck 1

BOOT AND FENDERRCFAIR A PEP. TALK!, Waldln vuleue of A ,large number of experienced telephone _

to let the 'rfaxfm44psn( .f avocado ar* more susceptible 'As* and scores of truck with tools and ma, -
o thai other varieties.
MATiatAI IY ton tY1lMpattt-ILLaaIg
SKAT OO'U&o growth and prediction' fro* fob leriaii cam from Georgia Alabama, North s.1
tomatoaa It .ImpoHirlt. to"|H The' (>")phur It', recommended for piling raw u.huh.f LW w,4a k ." arwrial,as.
and Tranctac to Join those In
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UPDOIPTERIYOIJNDERCOATiNU them off to a Vtiorevi -catf 'A, Red Mil. control Either spray or s-w ..).ker.sbo hw.l. d... veto )01
I healthy start tor ,Orolh h.lorn*. '' dust may 1 b* applied at the following Florida Switchboard operator handled an ..... sae sdags.1 hMJ.e sag s ssdaswh'
toe I 1& very'''Importaitt. .- .' Best in rata. .unusually heavy load of calls that helped the

Pluto should be lertUiied.tai a s atrk.ea.: back their feet .
areas get : on When dheslar. '
FoacfcUrvmKoLtmaiCATtON Mm of.atttlnf and .trarjplanWdwith a.-- Bprsy-10 tb*. weUablaulphue strlst, you'll lwy* find

o compost or starter solution. D.D.T.NuGREEN per ,100 gallon*. Thai! the kind of teamwork Southern Ben Southern Bell J people on th* job, and no

Chlordan ran be added' to the Duil-SO to 60 Ibi. dusting lulphur appliet whoa cord Br or hurricane strike.. effort It spared la restoring your service u

o starts aolullon to eonlrol sell per acre depending on the 'teamwork that. cut day or even weeks off quickly a* poatlbl
GENERAL REFAIRS IhIt *. Compost starter. aolu. dN of the tree
e tion give the feeder root an 84 &Ii fart R ttkt*4o statute aervM. Florid the Job wsj made easier by the coopera
Immediate of \ food, Dusting sulphur hi* shown Indlcstioni fo&ih ark kind of
A OOMFUCTR BCMPVl.TO* source pleat *** Ilea telephone leamtioa and undentandini of telephone
BUMPER Blanca which I II than followed by ,W>* of giving. a little better work time blot wen
I ferUllter. control. Airplane application ar* many and the publit In teaeral, for which we art

BUDGET PLAN IF EAIIID- The n..nc1 scold Ipraylng a highly recommanded from both Your atlepboM company and the telephoo grateful ..1

FAT AS YOU DRHR.KRICKXR after transplanting. can be pad the control and economy point nil and women who serv* you fully J'I. f.tq '
o to supply! aorh of the necessary The Best t' of -. 1
ale tDtlr nsroniibdity to the
sppnc public. '
but lacking plait\ food* ManU Florida Manapr
RER\ICR Check for Red liltee should be 1 iI iN
hive shows some favorable reapona Fertilizer.
Nitrogen
S .
continued until lbs first bf January .
from th* DuPont
gtl old % If you do not feel personally. I
per 100 ),DuPoM 44 Nitrogen
ANuOr..rt qualified to chock far Red Mite..
(I Ibe. par 100 gallohl)
Bird Chevrolet Co. and Chlordane (when beaded toe I r get aom reliable person to chock

crickal bated) a* UK first and FOHAV1RK WORM CONTROL with you. ,

17 N. Knee Ae.Peae ascend spray When plant are ..Aldrin No. 2 Emulsion Red Mite cause defoliation
+ (AvMUM lilt xperimenUI Bsii only :
M to has this mlitur and Increased amount of .sunscale I sl r
The Ue of wetubl, poMterform *n bark and hull

22 Years With of Partite ( 'shown W INSURE GROVE PROFITSt! a. * t . ''r
per 100' gallon' *), ba* 1*.* we"1

Chevrolet stunting often on blaatt. This Year .4 experience have give ui the "know ,
Wt Atl AT TOUt SCftYKX
material can b* put to good ton T
for at tl third... fourth pry tow"on how to return the greatest prom cam Let u* help on your agricultural ;

i appltcaUoni\ or when. plants are IB and l 141".(. talk R overt problem, null It larg No .r

I. .art during Might. ...u... obligation.
.'.... .. .
H YrrBenson' .. a

last diet dO heaoaany dletar. t I

sPikerrd ,lint h.. ad.d f
Florida East' Coast Fertilizer Co. '
Electric.lias : ? soh d w ho j I\

cleave o ds emwe ua.wNm.eutNaN .
Phiko '
AppliancesFrtsweiM. I tttftttfactiirers. .cc "REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
. Fa. IUWAMT

1. :,"The, quality is in the lag..lhc service, in# the fold" .. IIU 11LI'NONUND It'I I

I ." $ Tt1I0tAtCOMN !

ADS PAV: S, Flfifkr'Are., ." Henry R., PrUfen.. Muller . TeWtwn) 1$ __ .. - : .- .

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P.O DEPT. TO USE ; Carolyn Lounsbury Reigns at R.RS. !!JAYCEES INDUCT 1 1I Nadine Pierce Is Carnival Queen; ,1LBAIBRBNTBRPRJSE:: ) FrMy. Vet. 8,10-3, | d J JMOJ1pj


RADIO IN EARLY ''Annual I Carnival Which Nets $1,505 I' 6 NEW MEMBERS I Festival Grosses $1100 ..for H.I IS, ; ; I, ...No..*... l-.KaMiall.

I (OwUiMi*.t fee* IN ) School.
MAILING DRIVE Carolyn Grace Laumamry vat David Rager*. cettumed w cow- NadMtO, 9'Ieew we Nowofdsr veil and lode Muvan. . did a ** I
I crowned queen of the annual. Red. .key*, gave a tap dattr. aMl high MONDAY NIGHT II Lao' ........ school dance. and t ",.11. gal d_" .paekang. .name hi I !
tend aeittol carnival attended b drool aorVMMrea. >reaan**< the. ewMvel rtWty WDM HUM wet wi Hated hy Inda Sullivan, litNis. lies o
TIM peat ogees _.......... see HIM LOM .wrrynwker,* Tejiat Star, a square stasis, and i South Dane Junior Chamber of rja4 for arteri ..-.. The Wont RurrkKter, Ruth iipHekt, 'Prlday aeneei.trttool of all the rorkUnd :
kgat If I maktec a aptcM effort FWdey ijnt\ Daughter ol Mrad cut caper from the Ctttrlenan Commerce will .taMiate new member queen had been cliniin earlier by Jerry Oamer. Anita Smith. KarooMMp. Nov. 1t-11Panlnl.1lseamy......i< hy reeenl,
to mow Ckrlattnae mail. ewi> Mr L. M Lounabury. the Mill Julia Sullivan wee chairman and IMan t* a talk by Gene awash ttudwl 1a hot but her .. mUrbetMi...(.. Rot* is t icaaHed( by Man I
.1 I : of IK* I'tmlv.l.LANTAFF' bed been aecret Falrdatm WOUMM, PaulMttvetor. Monday, tie*. It--
MM Peetonaatw A. V niUHnt ejuean I ii member of the freah- Mignon' assistant football coach Identity kept I Wayne I'hIIIIpt .f the rtertd ,
i'Mterday. man claa I .I UnlveraHr of Mtaml. .1< s until fttt ern alien. DangMer ef', . cart Hard,, WUM fllnte, 4 l W JJowr/ rannet Market Sass
'Ncv IS 1* ta@nIllln. -. deMMM. ft j, Net .soot... of the etlmlv.1I" I****'MIlt ajmnar maeUng Moo- Mr. and Mrs. Q N. Pierre\ af IT1 Parker Gary Rome, Larry Gray, itoad.Tueaday.. the Last Made hat
8. W lest at. Mia* Pterea U Johnny Hcefner, Ray Coberly and .. No11 I.
URGES a
@ an poraiie ttteVnMl fervenea 11........ TM money will day evening In Parkway Reitau- khooiWeditaadi I the eHnttr etwp a* the ,
deliver*,' he MId, 1"ut I, be added to the trttoelll general' I rant The Homelander mat member of the aenkir ciliaTM Larry Ledfard Nov, *, he Mid. ,
*
tuck parcel should be soot. ea I fund for need not met .(b y the VOTING OF BONDS I quartet will etnc. .program was in the colonial A coloAlat dtno wai nreeenledVjr
foon M poulble."In \ acKool board. T. be Inducted bite. the chap-l motif and. the queen and high school gM 'In petteltkiled .r rJ

order to carry the ma5.1' !! Colored llfhu played' over thequt'etI tee ere Jack Cornenua, Balm,I to her lake retinue their came plaoe down an the the porchof date Bame formal McLeniton.Dixie.EWe Schumacher ttadford, Little EXTRAS You Get Here

f Office arty Mary Department to the public, the Port' and her retinue M they FOR HOSPITAL Rhode,, Ralph Jim Rowley Maloutek, Jot Aedurtio and- a "colonial _..'.* erected1an Toby EnnU. Maxine Walkfr.IVtrl .J
la prewntmg'a advanced! to their
+ piece
series of tour radio II Harry O'NtllU New Member the south clod of the audllarlum. Hondo. Maryelleit Oroever W. have Moose op aM M epeea.ee. .* datfMU
ever the Mutual programs lielm-decorated\ dtta. BUI Lantaff, Democratic candidate Gene Reynold*, '_lot at Unlvertlty . Pearl Carper Fay Wlllltm. Dell) I > sit e..., en ......,.
W
Oroadcamng'Byitem Principal E. Rice
crowned for congressman who wai tUs The quean wa. eeeorted by Lott. Ann Lucia, Doris ,
network Mta of Florid., wfl hot be .' Mary 0 BMA. re.a.r. made free el charge
Ixiuncbury And her escort reform leader during four,1 Jack Polk a* king Ladlea-lawafting RlehArd. Ctm4 Harden, John. .
"Pottnutter General Jaw V.I: Allen Underwood and presented preterit for Initiation. I D AM artteak .ta..rd ... t lire then er high
and their sseorls were .
Dad :
year a* County repreecnta nte Hamilton Sarah Mill CaINand
John McLean Chaa. 3 Strohm .
will the with silver water .* .
ponaldton queen a loving <
appear Ithe live In the Borld legislature, Betty Shiver and Warren Crave, Ulllan Lewli.
tint broadcast Wathlngton 'cup and a bouquet of red rote Jot Lynch, Speedy Leutte
Rsport'
Oene Sim
Weinberg
urged economy' in' governmentpending DrWItRobt.'l and
next Sunday from 141: Crownbearer' were JoAnn Baker .!Loughrey and } |mon, Edna Nome Taking part In the Virginia reel
p. In talk th'i wet'Lan.' and Dicky
,( . .
Rues Bonnie Poole,
"'fr.rl. ,
rented the South Dad
m. to I ItSTL l and Annette Riven. chapter- DRY CLEANERS
tall asserted Smith Hetty Carpenter and Cal. TRADE WINDS
"Every economy .
of Janice Johnton Ruth Wlngo,
} I Bracelet at an orlltI.I111' State Pre
wen presented to .
"Scheduled via
for NOv II 'Amer- must be-effected' 'In our national I Wtldron Joan Scudder and Eleanor Semen, Gladys Harrla,
Ident Driller Odhem with the
the lsdles
Iran Railroads Carry the Mail;I -In-walting CatharineN'cholu government In order to eliminate Miami chapter bit week Dill Miueelwhlla, SjWla, Barnes Pool McLeod Sherry Lou Horne t, B nrat Ava. WW.. SIVMT, Max Phase lit aFITZPATRICK'S
th* X OJnJted, State Airllnea Wit rsrcstor. for the deficit pending and to balance and Bobby Shiver, end Joan Tommy Barmn" Edward Utile,i
r.rr, the Mair .coronation ceremony.' Qrlftea and .Jim Morrlt. The
Dec '
; IT, 'Uncle (he .federal budget,- Gerald Jones Buddy Porter -
Sam Deliver the Mail I The ,attendanti who received were: DorotheaTurner silver The candidate Is .prennil. on Gco. CarUtrom Injured queen, In purple laUD cape and Harry ''Herter, Jeremy .Jordan' ;

Wathlnglon. "AU of theaa Report'will". appear on I' loving cup for second place a and duty In Intelligence Wathlngton; Division with the of Military the In N, Krome Car WreckA royal crown,rup wai, and presented her ladlee with-In-a Melvin. Chancy and Ifcrbert Cantor FINE FORNIIDRECuitom J
her' Robert AlleneOdom
exert Motley; wilting/ with silver loving cupsColonial
Department of Utfent fractured skull and deep : .
and Kenneth Janet, Susan M1** Ruth RuUwid, p'anUt
: Waeaco and Roland Vaniter, Ann lie urge freeholder' to 'voteTuetdty facial. cull were suffered by Oeo.E. colon were costumes worn by In the rainbow partlcl- placed 'the accempanlment fur DnIU of Mahogany and Other Woods i iJ
HEARING FAVORS; Brooks and Jerry Underwood for the 'Donit fhr nodi. Carbtrom Homestead farmer pants In the eoronaUon ceremonyBunny the dance and for the ahoruteiRing CaMeet J Whet Chair CaaIaI \- ,
; for Jackson Memorial' llonpltalQurliai Friday when he lost control olhli the Banjo" and "SouthernMedleyi rtJt. 1M'I .
Jerry Ann Wajrt Mid ClinonJlullend.r Blackburn was court announcer CM, Matayne Lan a M ''
four lie ear on Krome rd about five Jean Pearl directed the
the served I
; Ann' Ttylor and Du year ,
: Ronnie Webb and Walter
NUMBERING J
OF miles north of Home ted. MrCarhtrnm
furl Hilton; and Warrene Brit In the Mat.legidNure he worked Sullivan\ were tnlmpcoten'nd rnuMc and Max. Mary; Cody and r
with member who live on Ttnn tart > Mr. Florebee Rive had charge
continuously other
ton and Ted Wellbrook.Stanley
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Tom and Bill! Klftam
Davis
TOWN\ STREETS' Dullmba directed the of the Dada delegation to create rd. was admitted. to .Jam. were rrownbearen. Flower were of the coronation.; F., riumbUK. Tall soCHARLES
Archer Smith for treatment

band Clara a itate. medical college In this Hospital
chool
I concert and . . so attend before her majesty$ by
i Lynne Harkneti pretcn'ed a area;' Patty Harden Umna Peck fit, 2 New Clashes Formed FALES
i Adoption of the standard m.th./ baton act and led a group In -Good health It one of South tie
verky Brock and Juan 8her
od of numbering Florida City I march"and baton drill. 'I Florida'* 1 greatest attrtationt\ ," he Ito.: for ta!. Job we need avery At Ne. King Copper 'J..tIIaa Ce.heatlar . Flxlwes age anpuee
rfreeti was approved at a publ'c' : Mr Lee Walsh and M. tHicrnet said, and added, 'After studying responsible person ard.For I Phone 3861tIt
entertainment t of the court, To relieve I overcrowding In
hearing '
held Friday evening by presented pupil In to the bond proposal, I edit flrMiy Applicant: That must be me.
a ballet number wa presented' llomettead'i Nova
the town't planning board.The lume I dances and Mr*. Flora convinced that approval of thla When anything wrong, they King Cooper I
joe .
by Jo Anne King tteth KroneSandra combination third"and
School a
plan to be presented Nov., 'Walker directed elementary girl. bond 1 lulls I* necessary if we are) always tay I'm responsible for It.K .
M Shaw Donna Hall Marl fourth grado mud a firm and Hath
1 to the town council will deal,- deed I U red rows. In a rose ever to Ubllo the greit Vnedlrl ..
rote Palm ave. and the and center arid tollege In )' -.- Trent and Cookie Klnird. Inblacktace grade have been set up ...portlPrlnt'111II1 Rehbein
I dance Allnda Ann Undgren Mllmll' - --- ----- Dr. J. W. I
l la I number. Barbara Re- E. B. Blackburn.
Highway a* the o\.re"'I' that w* all hope for "
'To be numbered major epidemic would be r.t.I'If MIll Beurly Sinn. FfrHda\ ,
the avenue* will run north and 'ATTEND STUDENT CONCLAVE we lack hospital facllltlM* GENE COONEY ,Junior Citizen Pledges State University graduate who Chiropractic Physician 1
south, and the itreet will run The Seventh District meeting of Aid in Quiet Halloween! live on Furek dr.,.tcirtie I the*
,earl and west White concrete I dudes council was attended 2 .from Area Enrolled Signs Ihlrd-fouHh grade In the former Gastro Intestinal Clinic
ttrett marker have already been Thursday In Miami by Calvin The voluntary signing by school kindergarten building Th. fifth- t'
erected and are ready for ,numbering Waldron, Joe Tomaesl Johnnie At Purdue University 111 .. Krame,' lltaaertna; jupll of card pledging them at lxth grad, Inuirht by Mr. C .. 4
j!Baker Maxine Walker and Joyce Webster Willmi! of Modetta 1 I junior cltlwna "to refrain I I. Chlplry of Homeitead, holds Fee the treaUnea,
The town hall will be open( I Cnnl!!: of Homestead High School, and Wm A, French of Home- from.[ disorderly and dettrucUve' classes In a room of the former CHRONIC STOMACH and {
from T until 9 o'clock each Thurt-j i and Richard Saunders Myron Mad are among the 1) students) act on Halloween night" helped cafeteria. Sinty new desks i. have
day evening for the convenience!) :Saner Benjamin, Kufeldt, Bar. from Dade County who are en-i Benson Electric Services materially to achieve a quiet been Installed In the nwmi. INTESTINAL DISORDERS
ot resident, announce Town, I bars Cooper and Jeannette Ott rolled at Purdue' ynlvcrjlty for1 I Radios Halloween here, official believe The klmtergirtcni, I II holding ',,
Clerk Richard Schmunk: i>f Redland, High School. the current fall WmoAcr. Web 1 Refrigerators FDliee Chief Wm. F. Braatley clones on the Ue of |h NUMB
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iter ion of Mr. ind Mr Din) I'rhlftllft. J'ho 443 report comparatively little pn>p- ,
WlllUmi, I* a senior In igricul- petty damage or vandaHim.The.'pTedi . j
Small 1 lure, and William kf rtenlor In I *- card Idea It said j IUI J. Ito lI' "'oon> ell .:... ''Offkf-2 East Mo)vry St, homestead
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TheLeader"Enterprise I II I C-LF ENTERPRISE Friday Nor 3, 1960 1

FROM OUR MAIL\ BOX '
1n'nIn&FLORIDA' t mobile Aaaoetatton, II.. released budget price, Flertdian should
ruiM .. ins a plan which ceo be put to good not have say trouble In adhering
net thou of who muet to till Then
by we budget too, thenare
and Better Hurricane
Rigger budget time and money. Mr. ao many free attraction to

P.4..Piie sshr0a: : eaL0. I Jenkins advises that vacation the state The atoll parka hla.torkal .
P.NLg. t>..ew. Editor Leader-Enterprise: I I[ would have to swim and then a art enjoyed much more when shrines and natural scenic
f Here li a story told me by a. gust of wind would ecoop It perfectly I there U a planned budget He attraction are lUre to be one ol
Mr. Orennell many year ago'!'' dry. Soon ho felt the cellar Ii M4..DORI DANCL explain 'Planning or lack of It the moat important part of your IN
: ...2:..'.Psw which WM told to him by .n' begin to heave up and finally It i --7 mean the difference between vacation
I MUUOHft IRAOH ARC7IIBMMMSIM : early\ settler and relate. \ to the cam out and started to roll, end I a vacation to rememberand A Florida vacation ti a memorable -
MltorWist days when they had bluer and over end like a ahoebox, apllllng one youll want to forget event to everyone who cornea
( rcttELL Dts 1(1JI101f better hurricane. him out. I A wonderful fact about our Now that we are enjoying a here. Relaxation and freedom 1-, w h
Inn u4 $ Mr. Orennell. an old resident of I He managed to find the root state la that even though moat of bit of cooler weather and the Influx from' tenseness and worry seem .- ; r LNIrt, .
the Redland District, said that and after great effort crawled ua partake In the itale'i main Industry I of tourists" has not begun to be the main rcquUltci that our 'H 1 -:.,. .e NS 't
.t18ICIUPTIOIf a rtaU there were part* of the story back to get in the hole the cellar touiiim. ve can all afford It li a good Urn for many of us northern vlilton require of their 2Jy! ,:
I which he would' have doubted had to pack the old grip and act out FlorIdian vacation These same
DUt O..w/ SMS, .IIM| I at*. came out of. To his horror he to become tourists ourselves.! With
hat I r., *!..*. not the man been aver, truthful found the holt had blown away, exploring this slats of our*. When qualities are obtainable to thoseof DEARBORN LOADERS
.. such diversified resort and
O..d. d 0. I e4LM. recreation
and a good church member I you limit the mllrai you ui who live here all the time.
a ae. UNi. I rr. isis person too, ao all he could do wag to facilities, all of ui can
1 hang onto the root and flap and enjoy there accommodations at travel you will find that you can Try'a Florid vacation andaeet fOR THE fORD TRACTOR
1i It seems that this man had have more fun and relaxation.The I # ,
crack In the wind like a flag until
i ....... r .w..d ew 5wq "Baer built nice two-ftory house with the atorm ceased budget price, Even, though elate road department, the Save Your Back and Musc/il/ "'
J anew II. IfIS, M Ia. p..511.. :: concrete cellar. The hurricane are becoming a year-round .W'I I state advertising commission andeven
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a..u.MR. Iudrr tIe s. I never met this man ao you sort area, there win always !, LYNN IRWIN SAVE MONEY TOO// (
WM preceded and accompanied the elate agriculture department -
by a moat terrific: rain. The mart will h.v.1o form your own opinion times when we can enjoy the]! can contribute much In Matter which of S .edb. yea Baled yea win be 401., sr-
I took an empty".hln."barrel which ai to hia veracity lame facllltiei offered to visitors I I planning a "Florida vacation for (Continued from Age One) back.. ami a big facer,...ksndlei down ef Jobs,, all Materials.
A. r.CONNETT Elmer Jenkins, national travel Yea get".1 lot loader"far a tow price becawe ell models. bare
Thoughts on Gardens wai In hit kitchen, knocked out 7210 S. W. Seth Ave.. Miami, Fla. director of the American Florldlana. AU of these office tilt Church located on the corner the. same bail frame, lift arms and ram cylind.n Aajr nodal .
the bung and heads and carefully have a wealth of travel material of V and West Strong In Brownavllle sea be attached to the FeH Tractor 1.21 mlanles or 1.151|detaches
f Br Aaal Marhew nupatrtrhI pushed It outdoort. It rained In I available free, of charge. West Penaacola. eves fatter. Material Jacket, aiaaar fork or ease.allacknwt I
the bunghole fatter than It could From Key West to Penaacola "Beginning October 1, he will for all Modrla. (Friend and sold arpsrately.' )
: do not yearn to shun my yard both ends and bunt the and from Jackionvllle to Miami wire'
run out conduct a two week revival at the eras..a iOAOIi OIl..I-LII.. lillY' .un iO" $
With "every passing gueit, barrel the whole elate li geared \to welcome Calvary 1as tie, with I.d T..n.r 5 s-eaIle ayDsaaIR laceiT COC/paOt
Baptist Church. The :
i But how I love to stroll about to FRIGIDAIRE of Teerh' r.elr.t Dumped by eeareal.at peeYN eon he Irdrmm1.llr
he felt the house begin : vlilton. Take advantage
Soon\ services will begin at 7:30: p. m. air araiir0 e.a.eA tayuliM./rap/' Rq15
With the onel that .1 tike put lift on one end. He ran to the tome of this hospitality and enjoy each evening. The public li cordially w.kIMrlrln: eS Maw lw..Ml ',. er earllally' I e.e sad"Ass '{
r Ont ol the nicest custom U door, jumped out and watched your home lit... This trip will Invited. Slav W rt iOADC.-VIII I"IM.Ay navel. If ........N...'whoaIM"w.Ird'a.IM.msle.w .t
That of exchanging slip*. the house go 'rolling acmes the "Thrifty30"Dectric be enjoyed more than any otherIf "Mr. Irwin and has wife are Atd.1alMw.uM./nefwa I : ; =,r.: :;I'el.ac'aisledelis' g late a'erl.1:* INe .

,. When blooming they are pewter fleldi/ gaining momentum every you take the time to lay out from Homestead, Florida. Mra. _Sl.la oJ1IIIt. ....... ..al..l rightGROWERS Lit: ..eon..III' a. :..t'
From friendly, amlllng lips second. Range plan for budgeting your money Irwin, a gradual of Florida State ,
I He decided the beat thing to do e 1)1) and time. I don't m..nrId, folveralty, la a teacher In the EQUIPMENT CO.rhonea [
VOCAL BROKERS was to get In the cellar. Fortunately rigid schedule that create tenseness leaaant Grove School .
a tree had been blown e llgeett even ol any r but pick out the route you "Mr. Irwin poaaeuei a rich Bar. aB
/ (Continued from Peg One) down near the house and a long VMhy. rant* want to take, the stops you are background of experience In both I IBS a Flader Ave. Itt-llt
root wu near' Mm which he e Ceeki met feed enne going to make and approximatelywhat pastoral and evangcllitlo work. PROOF! !
Mrs 'TroKhtr. Registered real seined and after an hour'i work mere cane your trip will costAl Ht entered the ministry when
j estate ealeamen. will be accepted crawled to the cellar, a guide for motor vacation- waa 16 yean old. At the age h'l
e ell
One-piece -
$ U associate members Every few minutes the cellar Isle even peeee bit, Jenkins "developed a n, he entered Bob Jones ..._ /;,\
Elected '.* temporary officer would rain full of water and he standard budget for a family of emy a* a ministerial student, and
e were Mrs rroacher, chairman, e Prevtta.. mere ceeUiif. v four traveling In their own car. continued hit training there for FULL COIBSE DINNER
and Ktlleher, secretary. Accord- epee II' std There' how the dally allowance five years During the summer ,
/ lug to Mrt. Froacher the board secretary of the state association. works:
e H"h..e4,wslehAlgh allowing his frethman year In
will have territorial jurisdiction I Present at the luncheon were atelier college, he paalored the Danla Whole Florida Lobster
Dade County south of N. Mrt Poacher Echoe Joidttn. and Car operation __..___ _t tM
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real Mr Morris, brokers, Mary F. Meal _..___ ...______. 12.00 Height Baptist Church 'n Da-
Kendall dr. All registered Cash price $178.75 nia, Florida. The following summer T
eetale broken In the area ares Dickinson Sylvia Fraser, J. Rudolph Overnight he conducted evangelistic' (Broilcd-with Duller Sauce. ) I
accommodation .__ 6.00
Oouman and II R. Clark, ,
Invited to meet with the group at campaign In Pennnylvanla. He I

: 7 o'clock, Monday evening In the i salesmen. and Mr. 1relt'her.I Admission andamuaements ....__> 2.00 paatored the Bethel Baptist Soup, Juice, or Sea Food Cocktail
Ftoecher off Ice. MAJOR ELECTRICNorman Church near Adalnvllle, Georgia,
Refreshment _. -.__ 1.00 Salad and 2 Vegetable
: Plant brine organization were the summer after hli Junior year
outlined at an' Oct 26 luncheon I Benson Electric Services Benson 130.00 "During his aenlor year In the* Dessert and Coffee or Tea
: meeting In Seminole '''Trading REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS university, Mr; Irwin was one of r I
Port by Warren Lehman and Robert -Refrigerator With some of the finest motor the thirteen young preacher $1.35
: Landcraft, respectively I dU-I I I Ferrlae, II*. rp Peruse $tl court, hotel and reitauranta In chosen from the clau I 'of eight

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.. one of Amerlca'a greatest preachers U S. I at Terrine
and evangelists: 'Mr. Irwin 'r
sok la a fine, dependable, tcaloui
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survivingOnce has' 1
young mar a good preacher,
a paaalon for lost souls, loves the
word of God, and knows the Importance -

,4 r' upon It.' of feeding the saints Homestead Roofers ;

"Mr Irwin came to Peniacola
from a pastorate In southwest
"When wo get through, rain can't"
Georgia. During his ministrythere

ale u he conducted The Battle Rotiflni, Asbeslo Bearing and Biding, Gotten installed,
for Truth" radio gospel
a program Bullt-a'p
Roots, Asphalt Rest Mopplof.E .
over station WOOF In Do-j: .
Zl ye?r ot Ir M M V' U n.t1 ." M Isla 4d ;, lr "'an. Alabama. *f- 4 i"d.L- f( REPAIR 1I1AT. r LEXIfd 'OR'"TOU .

,p : ."M/; Irwin 1'1ordalned\ ;{ .
Southern Baptist minister. lie-r '...- [ ESTIMATES WORK GUARANTEED

I ; t : : d sy preaches oomproml.tn the word." of Cod -un-. ' 63 N.1r.8th, St. Phone 128

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viving Nephew of his Rich Old Uncle; a later on. Join me In the Payroll .
Tycoon named "Untie Mack* And Henry, Saving Plan owr"Gather Ye Roses Very well, Hank," alfhed Pete 1 Hop "
It Worka, But I'd feel you'd join ke
my childr.... really/ Threw It Around while Y* May I" hummed Henry bPlan" Ye* *!H find the new Oonified Sectioa feuton *r tke'commoditUi or serrkei '
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Now, Pet worked very hard while Henry U the finest way ever jnvented$ to Save e e "
mighty conreaieal source of buying Tee ClotsifieJ Sectwa
A Took It In Stride. "What can I lose?" he Money I Through it, you ears week in, THE YEARS ROLLED BY. The Rich Old will 'be priated

said, when Pete urged him to Put Away a week outs little of what you earn. And in Uncle finally did Pan On. 'But when the (lalormotioa ii whkfc you con readily .. Yellow Paves just et I i. the directories

Bit. The Unk (ia Loaded. I am next of kin. 10 yean you get back M for every $3 you put Will WIt read Henry got the Shock of His locate etawod products end services for moray other cities threughovt t ''

When he goea I will be Riding High 1" way I What do You 'Say; Pair Early Middle-aged life. For The Unit Had t.
Tail lectio will Kit the the
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But.." objected Pete, *you can't tell For Henry chuckled. Thafa a little too slow word '
Wife.(( addreuM and HlepVaM, aiimben of J
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'C All Those Rocks to Charity.Henry' Uughed On Bundle when Tb Unk paaie to Hi MOMli Save wil7 r*. gee IUdi 014 fmeltt tatmeu, telephone wkKriben, olpkobeticolly fag complete end aWriptr rtprtseii- ; i

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of tit N. W. gaossO .... anparents Mrs. Fred lard. of Oeoraatowa,.t i. A. McNoul I of TT N. W. Holf riy anal ...... Sits DeYoungof ,
of a d.e...... Dorothy Md., who are living on ........, Matt at Mra Cutler, the farmer All petls. OardaM ware Dr. -1 :
In and AroundHome teen, born OL M .an .JaaaatRutake dr. Mar McMina rd. Mr. as..I jfet, Mabel KrMw. apastt theabler Fraacts and Dr. Emma >k Tuelserof .Jean aid.. Joan While hen, Dr Jet J. DMftsum. .ttet, :"""..'
ANIIer ...... ItnMML. Mss Mr Beef farmed hat last eaaaen -. heN teveeal years ssje Oaytadt).VSkeh, Dr. and. Km.rraMU eels Mss. Twhor, Jr, and theirfatajb .a kitvtsrt. basal III It. Lavte after"a't/
as Ike ra .i Mias Betty and lit** the area to wD I ,..... Jr, of Cedar' M4e. a Ma. to Key Weal, tare. wMk I V II oM>a>iLJsritie J
Inane gaa. ..... .Used they Muse/ here is .BM. litre. OM. ttn.mpney heI rettn RapMa .... and the Tucker cMIdre Dr ftswM .Ttsekar ts a staler. ofMm F'w. aid Mtywbo arf
I they were eenmpailed ti eta ..... .. ....... .
slead timed hi her brine r Betty, Jane . Helartyand Mrs De Vewnf (/lnwwd ear .... JSWIFT'S
Jimmy Harris, ten of Mr and witMen.and daughter-in-law.. Mr and ...... alter a abeet visit bare -- - - -- - -- -
Mrs. Cbaa M. Harris of E. Kims . Fred Berg Jr.. and tyro with her ean and d....*....In.
Highway, broke his Htt wrM _,,-old daughter. Cfcrtettoa,, law Mr and M... Thor
.. playing football Saturday night' who are living at M N, E Ilthat. nay. Mra. A. M. Terry, Cllamp-I
Q C. Wood of Silver Palm dr. Dr, and Mr*. J. w. Rehtetn 1 on the 88 Peter and Paul High Both. Mr. Bore and hit ton Mss Ctiampney, aooomp anted the
li recuperating: in an VpUw. I are parents of a daughter De- School team Last year, Jimmy will farm on the Beet Hade visitor. u (ar as Weal Palm / e '
Wyo, hospital from Injuries received borah Ann, born Saturday In broke the elbow of the. tame arm the Terry family home Beach'l 1
U I truck accident while James Archer Smith Hospital In play. Mr and Mrs. Jack hassle ol they made an overnight Increase Your
on) a bunting trip. More than 40 Rockford III. and their two, -
stitches were required to clog Jot J. Brown ol Homestead U On Saturday, Mr, and Mrs. daughters are occupying the grove Mr and Mrs. Keith Canada of I Margin\ BWiD
ferial Cl1.a CI Mr. Woodi skull! serving at a corporal with an Herbert Lee of Ferrlne were home on Eureka dr which they Munch, Ind. were house gueaU I ,
and event vertebrae were fractured army detachment en rout to called to Qultman, Ga, by the bought from Mr and Mrt JCNPayton this week of Mr. Canada tiaterMrt. !
He and Mr Wood have duty In the Pacific theatre death of M..... Lee t father, Martin Mr. Lisle. Is a mechanical Ralph Jordan of E. Klngi, of Success I
been visiting relatives In Upton. -- Byles. draftsman.H. Highway, I 1i

Ward li the name of the ton M. Brown of Perrlne left t I Plant Foods This Season ? I.
Mr and Mrs T. E. Stadlg have born Oct. 14 to Dr and Mr*. J Mr and Mrt Robert toughrey, Monday for St. Augustine where Mr.and Mrt. Paul Ilerndon and: S It It A Y S .
returned from Key Well A. DuPree of Elchenberger dr.r Frank Tye and John McLean expect he will undergo a minor eye. children have moved from Or- : ..wieewsr.ea
and
to attend fall confernce ol .
operation He was accompanied mood Beach to Sprln.fiellTenll. .
the Florida Junior Chamber ot Mrs Herndon It file former Mill nUSTS
by Mrs Brown and a son and
Commerce on Saturday and Sunday daughter H M Brown, Jr., of Iris Capllnger, daughter of Mr., I Ii
I In Orals' I Perrlne and Mrs A. E. Durrance and Mrs. E. S Caallnger of
of West Palm Beach Homestead i
Mrs. Lorraine Belcher of Miami -
r- daughter of Mr and Mrt Mrs. Larry Pvdrlck has returned Capt Dick Moore of the cruiser, START. FEED. PROTECT.
A. V Phillips .f Homestead, underwent to her home In Waycroat, Ktybara, has returned to Ml . .
surgery Tuesday in Coral Ca* after a visit here at the home home on Bauer dr after a weekend .
Cables HoipltaL or her brother-in-law and sister deep sea fishing trip Among I
eDo Mr. and Mrs. Preston B. Bird those In the party mere Mr, and yourtomatoesandolher' aU your crops with everything you grow
Ben Benson of Benson Electrichas Mrs. Gates of Fort Myers Beach, ; with Swift' Gold Dear
with IION
returned from I week's visit Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Cutler of I transplants S'IU', New Process

i In Calneiville Mystic, Conn, were Sunday Mrs. Dan Arrowood of Could ItO, Swift' highly ton- Red Steer Brimm and Urand sprays and dalt..
left Friday to spend two weeksIn i
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Atlanta Commercial I I Grower Control Itarmlntr, aph..
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lion, containing 79 units Ior ,

and Mrs Robert H, WllletU plant food, ((1052.17)'hroro) Plant Foods. 18, blight Crultworm,
of Warsaw, K,.. and
it DOC feet that must be tick before e BASIS suer, naur assts sarnuas N&gflrd children other
and all 'on"
I you\ .. Larry and Ann, were guests Wed- 100% soluble No ptIIU 1 t
consult physicians. Preventive medi- Blvd St.Phan neaday of Mr and Mrs. Frank N.
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you w TR1 N, Phase Irwin Dr. WllletU, pastor of sludge, no stopphrz. These fertilizers have your tomatoes, potl'S SA
dot Is the medical watchword of today. I ....... I.UU Warsaw Baptist Church, served I
I' betn Ulled In the Jlome- toes, corn ,beaM and'l
The physician ii more concerned ia keeping as a supply: pastor*for First Bap-\ scientifically' form. \ I
tilt Church of Homestead
about
ulated soluble product, stead area by leading other (crops .
you in good health than ia finding fOIl seven years ago when he made
OFFICE FURNITURE his home here with his stepfather designed to get ) I 1
ill A periodic:physical!examination is the best form of and mother Mr. and Mrs Koy' Your grouters with superior .
Darby, now of phleflund, Flu.Mm I plants off to I quick Superior mulls were
f health Insurance you can buy. If your physician thinks results for ).tll'lI.
tart,
Equipment and SuppliesCall obtained with Gold:
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C Barry College: waa a week-end' l'alCI: $9,00-501hs, I
: We have all analyses' hear products In ,this ;
better
no than to bring your prescription to us for guest of Mr and Mrs. Adrian I I.J
Lin lilies at Miami 3.4651 for prompt
prompt,proCmlooallenJc.. attention to needs in the !Kcdland District Jacobs, ..'. I WilY 1'AY MORE\ : especially for this aru. area last year, '

i' AIR CONDITIONED Mr. and Mra A F. Barber, Jr, a
We deliver to Homestead and iclnlty.
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and eons, Gregory and Ed, led
Saturday for their home in Hendcraonvllle .
after a visit here with PAT TUCCI & BROS.22 '
Glades Prescription Shop Mrs Barbers parents, Mr. and I IMn. .
BARNETT'S INC. E. J. Dyal\. At Sylvester G...
their car was acrluunly dummied I i N. l'laKler .he.. Homestead I'hone' 4781 i
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. . I Plane to make comfort articles HARVEY SUE HONORED PARTY !' Jr Rue, ,of Mr Miami and', Mr Mn and John MM llgaW. Join..
I. I Social Events in South Dade . S . for hospitalised veterans and to AT FAMJUT gHNNEft I II. Brown and daugbjeni Van ..

buy gile for the hospitals' Joy Th birthday anniversary of and Mrs Harvey Rue. *
Shops were made by Mrs. Franka r
Harvey Due was marked Saturday -
RIM The Joy Shop at fIdt.atenltl'
gifts with a family dinner partyat
MO ATTEND HALLOWEEN; MASKED HALL 'UITRMC $ io,,"E. tin at ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OK MARRIAGE Md holiday hospital wrapping uppltM without the home ef hit mother. Mn. ValuableDealer

I GIVEN ANNUALLY BY HOMESTEAD CLUB LILLIAN MIBIMLANIB I OF CLAUDE McGINNIS\ AND EVA ilEA 11'IE charge to the patient for their Frank B. Rue. Arrangement of Franchise .,
Gifts for the \kitchen and the Christmas giving.Mr tlnnlM were used far decoration. Open

I betkroom were presented at a *. Harry O. Hall president, Present, betides those mentioned
rrbts s for tmtttandlng costumes 'Wardltw Mr. and Mn John Claude Alton McOmnli of war well known here. The bridegroom appointed committee for the were Mr. and Mr!. Paul for today'a moat modern
I surprise ahower given. recently In llometed and Crouet, N. C, and hat farmed here for the machine"
,wire warded at the annual Hal. Barker, Mr. and Mn. Chai. Carpenter new year. sewing"
laween ball ,Of, the Woman's duet Mr. and Mn. IrnestNelll Miami for Mitt Ullian Joan hit bride, the former Mies Eva part eight yean. I Present, besides those men- Mrt t. M. Wechtler of Princeton .
Homestead attended and Mr. and Mn. Chat.Munz. Mlihtlanie, who will wed Alfred n..olt'01' Klnn Mountain N. c., The newlyweds are making Honed, were Mrs Art Reichert, on Sunday attended a district SEW GEMWrite

by tp- Saunders of Homestead on NoU. \'. after a .hertiymoon. In Myrtle I their home In I cottage on E.j Mr. Marie Hemmlngi, Mrs. E J. meeting of the Florida Federation factory! representative! I III.

.i.. proxlmsttl/' SM Saturday eveningat Thot B, Roytl won the chair' Uoiteeaet were Mri Ethel Reach' B C., have arrived to Campbell dr. Norman and Mlat Ruth Fo.. : of Business and Profettfonal
Homestead" neld.o i Women't Clubs in 'McAllister K. BARNETT
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which and Mr.
given ,
was away Gaston and Mrs. rttlllp MWia- rend the season here.
Awards went to: Fan. Cancer and Mrt Harold M. Campbell, j Hotel In Miami. Mrt Wochsler is IC7I N. W. Mnd ftMiami.
lanle. fur their marriage on Auf Min C. W. LITTLE 1I0NOIUI ;m WITH 8URPKISBrilDAY
Baker and
Paul In long winter under district\ secretary president Ha.cfioote .
received the act of steak knives
from Homestead York, 8. C, the bride
wear and palmetto frond tuna I 'Invited were wore a the Homestead club
Mr and Mn. Jimmle McConnell; Skeleton, witches, black C'.taI' Mrt. Chndey Saunilcrt, M..... Eugene I navy blue wit navy and white PARTY TO MARK HIM ANNIVERSARY I -of- ---

a toot-iulted negro dude and his and other Halloween trapping I : Saunrien,, Mrs Thot'' Wilson aprcMorln and a corsage of garrtcnlas. I
high-yellow belle; "Toni twins" combined to create tin eerie at- Mrt. Luther Strickland, Mrt. The acrvlce was performed Skeleton, black call and Jaik- were: Mr. and N.... T. E. Kirby '
monphcre. Music was furnishedby Clan Thompson Mrs.. Sarah / by the Rev Gage Dunn Mr. and Mrs Wra. Mustelwhlt.
Ovid Sulllvin and T. A. Moore o'-lantemt created' a Halloweenatmosphere :
In nd-ttrlped pinafores and red 1 Jay Smith's orchestra, from Hinder, Mrt Chat 0. Martin, The brlde't attendant were Mn.Carrie Mr.: and Mn. Howard: ; Douglas I INr.
rlbhnnad tcrub. University of Miami Chairmenand I Mn. Geo. Watson Mrs. Elmer Lee Black and Mia Peggy for the eurprlse birthday and Mrs. CM Campbell
pcrmanenU
nop ;
.Mrt Mabry Scarborough harem co-chairman of arrangementswere I Martin Mn. Willie nuencll, Mri Tutheron j party given In honor of C Rev and Mrs I*. 8. Mower/, th'l s.
tavorlla; Miss Dolllt Barnette. Mrs. Velma Green and Mrs.Ovid Frank Irwin and Mrs. Marie The bride It a daughter of Mr. W Little on Oct. 28 by Mrt Little O. L Showalter Mn. D. U sera,,(

Idaho potato, In a burlap bag Sullivan and Mri. Wm. Deattle of Klngt and the tonj and daughter Kinney, Mrs Lee Fred Mrt. 8U ,
frock*.wMh wee potatuet ai ear Kin"I I Mountain, and the brldegronm't of the couple, Dickinson Mn. Vlnnle Stav-I
rlngsf Mrs. Bonnie Andrew and DR.) JAMES OALIfiAN SPEAKS THURSDAY parenti are Mn Flay McGinnli Mri. Lawrence Wllllami and enl Mr V. M. Orennell, 141..11
Mitt, ,Mary Mln,Uo, colorful A.I I and the late Mr. McOlnnla" who Mn. W. B. Harden had chargeof Lucy Bernlce Marthi and Mildred
clown;| Mr and Mn. Ferd Rilter, FOR IIEMIIERSIIII\ : OF REDLAND P. T. decorating the Little home at Condrey, Glendt McKInney 1

garbed:retpectlvely at a Woman I MRS. flANN IIALLOWEN: 14 8. W. Fourth it. Mr. and MnChat. . Rosella. Prltcilla, Howard and

and Donny Olmwlt; and a groupof Pro James II. Callgan of Miami He aelected hit subject .. a IIQKTERg FOR REREKAIH W. Little, Jr.. aultted MrtWllllami Larry Williams, VerUn Stremore I
Indians, authentic with scrip will speak on "Safeguarding Out velopment of the ... T dr-I Members of RebekahLodge In directing Halloween Rogwlee, jimmy and Johnny
locks, bag black braids and Indian theme for the year, "Only a .. Liberty garnet and contests, and 'Ma Slzemore Charles Little Ill
Basic Securities". a meeting of were given' a Halloween and LlndyCondrcy.
and Mrt. t. CPeertU Lawrence J. Waiiamt
dress, Mr. gretslve Good Cttlzenahlp Can dam Zula", Mri. Marie Smith
Mr. and Mn. SylvesterAdiltviMr the Redland P. T A. at I o'clock l party Monday night by Mn Geo .
Preserve Our Democracy" told fortune Mrt. Verlan Size- '
I and Mn. Dwight E Thursday night tn the cafetorlum Pr. Callgan It executive III'<'rr- j 11 Gann, noble grand more was In charge' of the serving Gift were lent by Mayor ..ndMn.
The Gann home on nobto.tot rd.
1 Mr. and
of refreshment, ice erem' Halloween 8. E. Livingston
lacy of the Council of Churchesand wan decorated with jack-o'-lan L
MABEL GOMEZ COMPLIMENTED WITH PARTYON director of the Protestant 1 terns, witches, riteletnn and other o/lnd.1'I, plinth and I birthday Mn Carl Mn.8. Anderson Cecil Walker, Mn. .Ruth Mrt
Colson.
I 'I Service Bureau, a welfare agency cake ablaze with lighted
Halloween trippings. Content 5
IGIIT.EENTII.lmtTIIJA Y ANNIVERSARY: sponsored by the Community prlret were won by Mn Harry candlet.' Frank Moore.'Ceo. P. Little and
Ben Morrlt.
Chest PaRlor of Kt John's Pan Driller and Mri Laura Hooper I Present besides those named

The eighteenth birthday annl- Carma Schumacher Mist Joyce bytrrlan Church from 11)42) to After garnet and contest, I
'venary of Miss Mabel Oomei was tools, Miss Eltlne McLendoit 1948, Dr. Callgan resigned to obtain pumpkin pie and coffee were AUDIENCE Ai'PLAUSF NAMES WINNERSOF unforgettable personal greetings from our
Mitt Nancy Craddock, Mitt MaxIne a doctor of theology degree I
served to the IS present The hot-
,harked with a party Tuesdayevening I
Walker, Mist Joan Orifice from Davidson College. ten wit amiliitpd by Kathryn COSTUME PRIZES AT V.F.W PARTY :
at \the home of her par Mitt Join Sculder Mitt Sylvia After the meeting, refreshment Goon, Nina Sullivan and Patricia d1Imm4 !lal ltalll fMm
(ants, Mr and Mn. Manuel Oomei :
Barnes, Mitt Judy Gray Mitt will be nerved Rul1kr.I Audience applause won prize. symbols of Halloween I
of :If: w Fifth tt. Birthday cake, Dixie Sthumacher, Mir Ann Lof
candy, applet and for Richard M. Wlmblsh and Miss Entertainment Included a realistic ,
were
punch Mm
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Joyce Morgan, Miss
aerred,' Margaret Dullard, Mist Nadeane I ARMISTICE: DAY SQUARE DANCE SLATED! Georgia Skull for the most outstanding hall of horrors complete Come in now while you can leisurely browse

t Prizes wen won by Miss Phyllis Ruehle, Mist Carmello Bomma- FOR WELFARE WORK OF FRIENDSHIP CLUB costumes at the annual the with telling"corpse"of and fortune sound by effect Mn, through our albums of beautiful Hallmark Card.
Dells'and Michael Dale Hen-
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Scarborough
'denon. Mist Nadine Pierre and Halloween ball of ArrantSmithV. Mildred Walton, a fish pond and You're sure to find cards that say "Merry

I Present, betides those m... Mangle Terburg Miss A benefit square dance will\ beheld out charge. r W. and itt auxiliary Monday garnet. Dancing wai enjoyed to Chriatmac"just the want to it
Saturday evening Nov 11, In Plant for the Juke box music. way you say
dunce madeat
Atoned, were' Mist Joyce Dolor, Gifts were tent by Miss Joyce were night The post home wai
Mist Clara Stevenson, Mist Elsie I Schowtlter and Mist Carroll the Lions Den on Silver Palmdr a covered' dish luncheon of the decorated with eut-outt of tkele- Big basket of roasted] peanutswere I
by members of Redland club Wednesday at the home olMri placed about the and
Radford. Miss Wanda Smith' Mist Hardee.Honed toni, black call, witches, and other room
A I Friendship Club. The proceedswill John Agnew of Silver Palm guests served themselves at the
\ go for the club'i work among dr. At that time club members mack bar which held the making WOODS JEWELRY
I MRS DfNISCO INSTALLED PRsmENT--: 1 the dependent old people and the cut and tewed nightgown for MRS. CROUSE SECRETARY for assorted sandwiches, pickle, \ '

OF ALTAR SOCIETY AT ANNUAL DINNER: area mentally-retarded] children of the home.Inmates of a local chlldreni'' OF FELLOWSIUP COUNCIL .stuffed 011..., celery and carrot.ticks. McCrory Arcade Homestead Fla.

Mri. Howard Crouse was elected I
Frank Hunter and his boys
More than fifty were present.
Mrt. B. DtNlsco, new presidentf were Mrt. Julian Angellnl, will provide music and call the DORIAN DAMS HOSTESS secretory of the tubdlitrlct i I
f Sacred Heart Altar Society, Mrt. Thor Chimpney Mrs. 8, J. dancei, Donation of $1,80 will\ be council of Methodist Young Adult CHURCHWOMEN HEAR i
TO MacDOWEIL
MUalO CLUB
and tier supporting officers wen Lynch Mrs. A. D. Kramer, F. accepted at the door for admission Fdlowihlpl at meeting Monday
Installed by the Rev. Paul L. Peluso, Mn F Fink, Mri. Clarke to the dance or for ticket Dorian Davis, daughter of Mr night In Silver Palm Methodtit MISSIONARY TO JEWS I

Manning, parish priest, on Oct Roberts, Mn. A R. Tuccl, Mn which may be obtained from the and Mrs. A. L. Davit of Goulds, Church. Jewish memtwri of the com Dr. F. P. Archer Jr.
M at a'banquet In Parkway Ret- Frank Navlllo, Mn Vita Mat- club members Doughnuts coffee will entertain the M.cDowell Wendell Whetttone, president munlty an especially invited to''I !

taur.lit"The other officers are: tint Mri. D. Navlllo, Mrs Nell and Iced tea will be served with- Music Club at 3 o'clock Saturday presided at a business session, and hear Mn. Samuel Bark of Miami !
Mn. Pat Tamed, vlct'pnstdent; Tuccf Mn. E Pantln, Mri. F. A. afternoon at the home of Mrs Mrt Roy MOl tel, corresponding M Inner!?. Mri. U H. Brainier BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN D. E. Panhor! of Gouldt, and worship Group ringing speak at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon .

secretary; Mist Wen McQarry, Mrt. Harry W. O'Neill Mrt. W. MRS. FANNIE Blll'LER Early American music will be win enjoyed. at Flnt Baptist Churchfor Examination: ef the CytOptlcal Presrrtplloi Service
eorresoondlng secretary; and Mn. E. Maguire, Mri, Clark Taylor, the program theme and roll cal Announcement wai made that members .ef the Woman's -
A., Trtynat, treasuresOre. Mrs' Mary :A Meyer Mn"Clara Mr. and Mri. Everett Shuler answers will be names of Mm. the fellowship It Invited to meet Missionary Society All member I VlraU Training-Office Air CondWone
'..Mkslf trf {1htv ptiet<< )\wrt. r Thompson, 'M,.. Cell LaU.Mn. entertained Oct..IS Jn honor of sere of that period.PRESBYTERIAN Nov. :20 In Trinity Methodist and friends of the church are Invited
htr ,.Marwlag pmtnttd. a gift/ Sylvia Aklns( Mri G, C. Smith the birthday anniversary of Mr. Church In Miami. to attend. I DAILY TPES. THRO SAT.-I.HI : t;0'/;(iI

te the-,retiring president MriChit. Mrt Henry Oebhand, 1Iof,.. N. Shuteye mother Mrt. Fannie CIRCLESTO After a recreation period directed The Rev,' Samuel Bark altomissionary Weil '
M. / Mown tt nemeatead fhne 141T.
Harris. Inspirational Plccloll Mri.
Mn. L O Schmlller, Shuler. MEET THURSDAY by CrouM, aitorted to the Jews, will accompany I .
ylkrwertrmsdr. by tether Man. U,.. Victor Likes! M..... Anna Present, betides the honor sandwiches and fruit\ were terved. Mn. Berk. '
ting, MYt DVNItco and Mn Wunbach, Mn. F, E. Wllllami, guest and the noils, were Mr. and Thursday II the meeting dateof
Warrli.rortrwtre. Mri. Lillian Stack Miss Ellen Mri. Ben Almari of Miami ..ndchlldr.n. Circle One and Two of the SILVER: PALM W.iC.S.

present at the ban- Jackson and Mill Mary WIIII.ml.The Marie, Peggy Jean and Womrn of Homestead Presby.lerinn MARKS WEEK OF PRAYER
'uet. club will meet at 8 o'clock George, Mr. and Mri. Runsell Church .
Present besides those men- Nov. 8, In the clubhouse. Trotter, Mr. and Mrs, RuaicllYarbor Mrs J. R. Hicknon of Nirsnjard Silver Palm..llethodlit Church
1 of Rlurfleld, Va, Mr. and will be hottest to Circle One wan open all SO AfUCI
FRIENDS BRING GIFTS FOR MRS. LANIER Mn. Alex Johnson Mn. Chi.. at 230,: ( meditation Tuesday when the W. $264.95 ,
I (Otla Mill MarT Lou Carr, Mist Circle Two will moot at 8:IS S. C. 8. marked a week of
TO BARN PARTY GIVEN MONDAY EVENING Eleanor Wllkcrson. Mist Dnr In the church educational buildIng prayer: Mrt. LeRoy Sprankle and

ban Ann Shuler and Margaret, with Mn, E L. Dranam IIho.t. Mrt. Frank Went had charge of

Gifts for her new home on C Monday evening by Mn. J. D.Barnes Suzanne and William Everett .... Care will be provided for afternoon and evening programs I
Kings .Highway were among Mrs. nutaell Home and Shuler. I imall children on Die theme "Looking to le u.". Relhger8lordJronlla

those 'presented to Mn A. L. Mn. Gin E. Wright. The rustic I
Ltnler ,at a birthday party given party wat held 'In the Barnes'sbarn WOMAN'S nUB TO HOLD .

\ at their grove on W. Mowry BUSINESS MEETING TUESDAY ,'- e .
MR. >ND MRS, DllAW s6 . Not on
ENTERTAIN A chicken pie ReupholsteringBrighten A builnett meeting of the WoI'IUln'l < Once
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Tww hundred were present at to the 41 present, and held at S o'clock Tuesday eveningIn 2" \ it; you'll agree it'. the, big;
garnet and dancing enjoyed.
were
i paiU'lvtll Oct. SI In Starland the elu hOll". Members of the \ 9 f t p rtritprolorbuy of the years I

Roller. SAaV Rink for by Mr employees and Mn.and JM PRINCETON CIVB LEARNS I Your HomeWith executive for board a luncheon will bring meeting tandwlchet at. ,''G Famous Philco quality

TO MAKE HTENCILS
fritndiAt Shaw Brothers Oil Co. latest styles and fabrics. Have Tuesday noon construction throughout
Film shown for entertainment Instruction In the making' of
\Included an Abbott and Costello multiple ttenclli was given by jour furniture done NOW for the i lIom..tudn;:;; Demonstration I

comedy and one of Clydt BesUy Mrs. Nellie Murphy) for members holidays. New Hollywood beds and Club was represented by Ptt\-CO'
In animal training acts. of Prim-ton Home Demonstrationclub I M,.. Lawrence Williams, presi
mattresses
Memben of the Woman's Club In a work meeting Tuesday I d.n.nd Mrs. C. J. Strohm sec :,
tt Homestead served sandwiches, In the Princeton Church of the rotary Monday at a Miami press i
tcffet and cold drinks. Naiarene. j ALSO TAILORED SEAT COVERSDUFE'Y conference for club officers.

Present were Mn. C. A. Bryant TRUI ZERO ION i iC i iPRUZII

: Myrtle'i Beauty Shop M.... J. E. Campbell, Mn. A.t C hen Keeps

U! .. FtagUe Art Phone. U78MM U Campbell, M..... LeRoy Chambers Dr. Leonard W. Haskin ,t,> Ice Cream Firmly Frozen
Mn. Ralph Hunt Mrt John EVE EXAMINATIONS
>lalhlBg I"AH Murray, Mrs. May. Taylor, Mrt. 755-w PIli''.' ..4. __',.. *f Clu MDr. I Full.wldth, fully enelaed.S .
BrtaMkea ., Beauty Caltcre D. K. Thompson Mn. W. W.1. I Ltd;rand L. Haskin Hold 38 Hie, of frozen foods

MYRTLE BARNFATHER Bathes and bin Roy E. Wltten- lit NE. lat St. Miami Fit ,ti ? at aero tone tompenturoa.rULLWIOTH.
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Miami w** awst ,HM.ar Tully*y itewardahlp. U A. Cutahli;,, 1Ie_ Church 1Itt October Quo Matson. Mrs ... P. Wend ....I hulls.. OM acre ararlftad H>M. :
,KM. whM MW otters of Vii 1 mJHMry, Mr*. T. L Pruett; f<4lowatUp .- meeting at her hem* on Thun- a vlaltor, Mr. O. H. PtaroJB4KC sees ..*... 1%. TSP-MJ. (M) lalewW
I fcult class of PmriM Ba4Mfeurch ., Mrs Matt last wwk. MMlullmlaIhene I Lost .......... Meealnl
I were totalled. the, .Penny; mem . I For 9tM you can 't.wn e .aeJaI al ... pub
by .
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berthlp, Mr Maxwell .
)..* teach*. Mr*, r L. TntplrMhu Mr. Outs Zchry.* ; flower; atiaahlr. Mr*., During the aodal hour SALE AXSOfNCtD! ".............. For Isle: Plato, (good! tan. f*..1 host). to **cltatnr Maned. (tone*. aMHneotal ....... 'IIwart. *-

f Juanlt Talbett played Morgan Roy Simmon, Mrs. W. J. Fowler the bnineea session the after, Low ELECTION: DAT card of Thanks entry. tuned. Prior KR Ph. es. So adkftol* Keho, S-baxIroam Jordan, 1 pn'di. broker . Call IOS M. ''*-ti QAa)

I auto ami yearbook Mn. Ole assisted by Mr Joe Beam The W. S C S. of Ibdland .............................. 7MJ.Allbra ..... TW-J. rep T
i i Tht officer era: pcMidmt, Cadman. Oroup captains are Mr.. I Halloween refreshment rauraechees :/ Community Church will hold ** baby-bed complete with Led: Blue fader' skirl off $....
I, Mr* P. M. Ftol "; vlc-pr *Ment, A. D. MulUna, Mn. Nan Vlhlen sandwiches, candies and bake sale at Redland Grocery orKedlund W* wish to thank our friends mattress. For Infant up to 4 I-oedreem. hou**, the tam, ten* tile ear. Reward B. M. Mitt l *.
Mrs Urcella Maxwellears.. lemonade I rd and Bauer dr. on! /nutI" .Phone IOJ-J. (
; and Mrs. Ida Murphy far their lovely flower alld11I111 year oM. Ala three-quarter bed raaao room, carport s.3)Miseelhneot
t .Present besides I those named election day MaltS ft lot Term arranged . ': 11
.ctnaf" vprloni. of ayin- lea mattrws. Call TMW.oWnl Ph.L stt-U) ................ J
MARY ANN BALLARD STARTS; ,PAINTING pithy" ln'th* death of our husband )

I CLASS FOR HEG1NNERS NEXT MONDAY ,I Roast Young TurkeySunday McCleakty.and father, Cecil Anderson For aale: Winchester model( W, New I-bedroom house; ale ,bath ............,.....'"A ....11..\" '

I BEATRICE MrCLKSKEY U- .Jlbre dip ........!". Urge carport, terrauo floor. CJI.S.
t('In response to request from beginning of t new aerie of CECILIA McCLESKEY lane with Lyman aight Reason Term, Phone 442. IsllU) AI of today, t. t C. ?and, o\uu
n houewlve and from people unable classes In practical Interior decorating November I 5) able Ph. Bar or Ml-M-4. (ottf) resign at trusted. of Veteran. ,

to attend\ her night art on Thursday, Nov. 18. I ...._...............".".".. 1 For islet It acres high pin, food of Foreign War Poet 4llTpn' ) I'
,classes, Miry Ann Ballard will! I atReasonable For Rent Reed for avocado. nun o* or lime.
next Monday morning start a IN rat roiwrr JUM.XH; nil at IN ......................... fresh Poultry fish on"'a now sells. I Call 44J-J-1 or 46)-n-4. JlStf) Care of ittiall children.ky" day,
AND torn lIIR UM'HIV, rUIKIOA. I'iiccsREDLAND Thur* class Mr. 0. F Redd. Ph. Ill (pool)
daytime for beginner In IN r.ita Tx.IjlUi day and Saturday Phone 8a. .
painting" It. will meet .from B:30a. I CiUU! VuttaM turnout.. ken, I furnished! apt*. ".. City, film Across from Margaret Ann. YARD BARBERS Complete
m. till noon each Monday In 1 ste, opposite post office,
CAFE yearlyor (HS-tf) List Your lawn aervfc. PhonN TDI-J, and
her studio over Brown' slam's' \.lUtnlTOlI. Property I
drugstore "
season Ph. 48-MS1 Ml.ml.
owner !
f. All e..ditun. aft' All I'.".". Nn.Ina I ; 591-W. M.ttl) j
40 N. Krome aye Her .
evening aal., w 1JotM. Axle" MN155W Phone 411 (nIl) jI
127 8. Flatter Ave
DAMP
CHASERS! will
daises . keepdampnea I
meet from 7:30: to We
Have '
,M. eel art at ... tunfcr out of buyers ,
r plani
S-bath
1:30: on Wednesday*. niltrr.d .n4 _.,../. fan u frrfna .., -room house, furnished, your
.1.1- eel ._ vhlr .. 4lliMit 301 S. Krome, available Apr. Piano tuning and repair Challelger. .
The more advanced pupil willwork pre Offarlag I to tt )er*
rn". Mr to.. M>li'l In a variety of madlujna/ Wllllan IMm.M: K..., de.i, taw of S-bedroom frame horn, Using WATER CLOSETS
water color pencil, pastel etc, 0.. dream HorW. lo The Him, W For rent: Partly furnish room, dining room kitchen
,. Iwo.bedroom
during the fall and r..MUMM, ftatr Ivttt at Il.d. Orchid bloom for sale, $1 and bath. JALOUSIED front LAVATORIES' BAtOtlnMQalvaalaetl : ,
winter ., UT. and fib ik. MIM hi. lito atttrrIt apartment Ph 6oa-W. poixh. .
Mn.Ballard announce, also the IIM aim* Cwnbuw In 51i41 Ow>:' Late ModelsIn up.Cha J.Fay Mowry dr,1 ml Include hot water heater, gas aa4Blark I '
If.teen riolite Ik.. ,rill tiki..* of. AHit the Sine MlMidar uUlwrfMkrmt miA, (n3) W. of Krome. Ph. 347-J. above and electric' refriieratorPrlie : Sire FlH

Orchids Named In Honor a>U liHral w Mw.S4 i. r."l. Blue love eat cover 133. Palm $5,200 with ONLY $1,00 loll 1'1..
..1 .the. 5.! ....SNre.. I. u1 of 51..rlacn pnwW, .. eve, opposite port office, Florida RUBBER MOSS" morn thin 8t.rloada down payment. Convenient Sell flat* t1L aa.I .
Of All Three Ryersons .forawM.. or HUH will .b. .Mena.e! Used Cars City Owner, Ph. 48-5832, Miami. In MlamJ stork Every term on the balance I
.1olo! IM at th. sass ProtoU Act.D.t. Iltrrr Markowitz IM.til .
I kind and site for
Orchid. have OtUitor. II, A I) HSO (n3)) every every
been
named for .:....A HRYKIN. Know purpose- fire. auction, (Irrigation, NICELY FURNISHED J-bed. lie, DaR HWV. '
each of the three member of Al AilahiMnilrta of Ik." s>ll* From Nov.June welding, 8 room horn. Living Le
the Daniel i< *;"":".: Mmuirf Ken OKtYLVMTFS IS two- spray air. top-quality room, Off Jeun Rd. Coral, Qab>i.
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Ryerson family, -... 4-door Stjleline dark bedrooms, living room, dining brandi of garden hone. Our price dining room, kitchen. TILED I$5M ...... 04-1351 II
Chevrolet
orchid grower of Richard rd. AII_ fur! Adadncnir4.leublldee P. A DA, I It, I 1949 I room kitchen, bath' screened are amazing Inspection Invited Hath, screen. rear porch, ear
The new orchid. are the brasso . Ort. II N. II. Not I. IIMI green, radio, excellent condition. front porch. Furnlnhed, bottled A ma ton Hose and Rubber Co. port. IMMEDIATE POSSESSIOW. .
.
tattle, Lois Ryerson named two I gar Move, automatic water healer,I IFrlJddalre. 3948 N. Miami( ave. Ph. S44SM $1.500 down. payment IRE ALEX LANIEK for watt
year ago by the grower Roy Rural home' Mrs A. (ilS-tf I) $33,M monthpayment! at 4 4Inlere.t drilling. pt, E. Kings Htfhf al. f
Field of Miami; the brasso laeliocattleya 1949 Mercury}\ Sedan-radio, seat covers C. Easton, Rl 2, Box 471, Home on the balance, Include 1 Ph. 021.14WE '. ,

Marlon, Ryerson also white-wall tires, new paint, o\er .\(>.d. Ph. I78-M. ((1131) I I For tale: A1I'lIrl..lI" of Use and Insurance I j i
named by Field; and the cat FLAT 1 LUXTHI mango DO rtilabM rttek repajna,
tleya, Daniel Ityenon, named by drive 3-bedroom house In country, tree, $125 per 100. Brooks- 1S-ACRR HOMESITE Woods Jewelry MiCmy Afeid .. !
Harold Patterson of New Jcraey. HXl WAU>AINT completely furnished including I Tower Nurery, Ine. (mll-tf) -Near Homestead 1 acre .. (atttf),

Mr and Mn. Ryerson left 1948 Old mohne St'dan-radio, !seat covers, new Frlgldalre. bottled fai Move. CONCRETE BLOCKS! all steel scarified with aeptle tank In i J

Tuesday to attend the National. t++o"tone blue like new. solar water heater telephone In- Brunt Block Co., Nararda, Fla stalled. Also 1-10 acre In RADIO REPAIR-OuIck aervlci
Capital Orchid Show In Washington tailed. Mn. O. F. Redd. Phone I Phon 113.I BEAUTIFUL HAMMOCK All work guaranteed jPrlcel ,
D. CH where they will THE ONE-COAT 1 Its (pnS) Price $1,000.BUSINESS reasonable. Robert
exhibit the orchldarlum they developed 1948 Chevrolet Flcetlinc 2-door Sedan- For tale: McCormick-Drring 0-4 Robert rd4 J Just i'afl.J: i iI

for home culture of OIL PAINT radio, seat corns, light green. A :2-room apt with bath electric I type tractor. Small, compact, TROPFATY on Dr, Florida City, t*. I34.-We. v I
orchid During their absence water heater. Unfurnished!, HI powerful excellent mechanically. ,. KROME AVE. EXCELLENT I f'' a
sire R. T, Bird i U In charge of you t good buy. mo. Furnished seasonal rat,*. Ph. good rubber, power take-off. Ph. INVESTMENT' Should gross Expert watch and jewelry repair
the orchid rang. 668-M. R. C. Moore, Bauer dr.pn3). 406-M-2. (4U) better than $3,1100 per year 1, Ing All work guaranteed.. NU'a
I'roouth: Sedan-radio scat covers ( ) with 'tOTAL purchase PRICE IS a Krom. Phon 111 (olt-tfl.
honorary' WASHS.' ; 1948 "...- '"......................... $22,000 ONLY $8,000, CASH to
tires low mileage. rent Nrnily .
good furnished I. For Sale-Real Estate handle PLASTER PATCHlNa. .Wortruar.nteecl

Initiates Mrs. Elvery DRIET ] room apartment for couple Ph ..--a.-a.-a.---.............. Frandi Fox, Ph.847J. '
52-R.. (nSroom ) (.11-11)) t
Mr*. Frank L. Elvery was TEXACO BAR-D-QUE II- .4
Initiated Into Delta Kappa Delta apt, prlviu bath, private For isle: J-bedroom CBS home.I Stool Counter Beer, win liARDEN' -H'uUn., lindataplnAtopaoll I\
honorary -sociology fraternity, at INEXPENSIVE Only $113 per gal entrance No amall children about } year old, with fireplace and food Equipment Include potting aoil, land, rook
homecoming week of Florid. I Bird Chevrolet Co. Ph. JH-M. Flora Walker (nS-IO) on large lot; prie $7.8113. new draft beer cooler and S till Ph. S4I-R. Writ It. 3, Bo|
State University. Mr. Elvery wn .1 jriAT-LUXJAU ( term See Echo Jordan, tt'1.1 rt deep frt Incense during li-A HometteaitPAtNTINO .
ail honor graduate of 1(32 In the SATIN-LUX} 3 < MATCHED! 'urnlahed apartment, hot water, broker, Ph 7 '-J. tint year should pay for In. 1\
i
fltld of sociology at the unlver- ;'CLOMUXm) ( COLORS' I bottled gas stave, electric refrigerator veslment. and DtDCORATINCtj
ally, then Florida Stat College OLDSMOB1LE-CIIEVROLET Ph 112. _( ) FLA. CIt'Y-p.lm Drive-op. interior and exterior. McUtuw
for Women. She la the wife of townitalri paste poet office :2-story 3- ALSO good buys In GROVES, Phone" T48-R.. (pd3l)
Homestead Hardware. Co., apt for rent to unit opt house', furnished completely ACREAGE, HIGHWAY frontal .
toe pastor of Homestead Presbyterian 10 .IG7 N. Krome Ph. 98 elderly couple Mrs Lula Fitch, I :
Church and the mother of I'I. 'N. redecorated, tOSOO with and Business Property :i W* buy, nil and trade gun an4))
Dudley and Cherry Elver)'. I II 8. Krome 1.0. Wren I E. King Hwy. ((020.11) term.. Owner 9300 8. W. 10th it, pistol of all kind. Nll', 1$ S i:

r __. _____--I.room-. upuairi apt., gas dove, MIamI Ph. 48-5632. (nl) FOR COMPLETE REAL Krom Phone 11$. (ol4-ttj!'

Rr a. ." ,.... than. Maud Frlgidalr Chandler. ,$20 RU: 2.month.In. Dot. lEoho*,..Jordan, deg, brokerbee I 'iM ESTATE Mill,, .'SERVJCX"J ..tl. : M,Mu*.(|llK< nilul.IILI.-oIlf. Tth. old ring*, ,,w'.
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3-bedroom, frame home near Wttchef, *tc. Weir, It .. ICrom "'
114, Homestead Silver Palm dr. school for only II.1BS with lernu. RICHARD FUCHS Phone 111. C01f. .
r'L' 1 fUulENGTH FREEZER ? SIDE. 2nd house W. of Tenn. ((02711)) Ph. 709-J. Registered Broker

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TH ; . For saletxviroom: John. H. Hale aid Far B g.*r n1J. I
Fuse-wiod rl'tt- "ct '" modernframe Wanted j ,
Registered Salesmen
d p. For Sale-Mlseellaneous between liouie Redland, King and Hliihway nirhardrds. 1111 N. Federal! n.". it ..... ......................

M L. Mueller (pn3)A ) I rhone IIS P.O. Box BBS
Member of Chamberof Middle-aged woman'desires worjt I
e (39 Chevrolet sedan, good condition home on 38 A, deilrablo Inca Commerce 'In a horn. Writ to J.eaden.
e ) $120. City Trailer Park tlon for trailer park or tourist Enterprise, Box A-IJ8 (pnl)) i
ONLY NORGE _.., .
(pn2)fcco ) d eveopmcn I I. T VI.' price. $18,500.Ph "
> Miry Dickinson evening* at Wanted: Lawni t ahww, snrub' I.e
J-burner oil atone,
practically 19-J.. Erhoe Jordan, Reg. Broker, bery to trim. Prompt nd'ffl. ,..
new. Pit 438-n. 146 N. 4ER.LOGMOTORS !
'a W. 5th .. Ph. 760.1.Lots dent senlce. Ph. U7-X-W.
(pn3)) (pnl 1

attlpya orchid plant In bloom. 1, I, 3, 4, blk. I Dnwner -
Mn Fred J Fuchs, Robert rd. Sub No. 1, Homestead HMO INC., Sharecropper for pln land, well
.t Waldln dr. Ph. S23-W. (n3.11)We ) total price for entire group. Write I Homestead. Fla. located.\ S. B. 'JIoh,..., Ptt.
HAS ALL 3 owner, P.O Box 212: Coral I 384-J-l._(a25U)
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Buy and Sell .tales t n*. ( CI.1) AuthorizedDODGE.FLYMODTII I


0 Burlap Bagsand AT LAST, new up-to-the. SIGNCPh. :
minute! (rush a* awning windows .
Whatever freezer arrangement you want your new refrigerator Parts a Service ,,
Cotton Hags ) :2 I bedroom,, tllo bath,
America's 'W'UI A to have-the full-width: the full-length, the furn. home on ten acres of Flakier-Ph. 171. '
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handiest' re ) Mae RuohplJlounpr.'r.tH Herman Marks
Eyt-levtl boor, fall.opens ldihfretscrl tide freezer-toORGE has h1! And vt have it at LOV, ( ef all kind real Investment toll. ,A delightful$15,000 home with I : I'

down for us as loading . LOW PRICES. Come in. See for yourself A.B.C. & term. *.
Bag
shelf-Mvel slept!
Spate; foe( )2 poundi of Liberal trade-in. allowance. Almost new 2 bedroom turn
frown ironed" Cold- a I I Crate Co. home with pleasing cypress LAND SURVEYING..
r.ck farrl.ba"an+ Nowavailablc in PORCELAIN;I Interior, on large plot readyfor
i (41 N W. Sth Ave.. Miami '
Crisper Drawer for i garden and flower beds- ,;
Irish vtgelables. And (While they last). Phone II-M71 has strawberry patch how Hugh F. Duvtil ;
1 1I
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Wg room wnptrMvr* and *om* fruit Separate ..arI.e. -
Everett W. Shuler \
b'' beunrlSMALL ) .
storage <> !
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I Double compartment 4-holedeck All for $7500. \
F : type link, American Standard, UllOO-t1o .orlr. ( thl S chow m a . Ana >. ., tale '13.rr"""" '1' .' .,

Harris Refrigeration CompanyDOWN .n I fixture, 6 months old per. room and bath home In per \ !
feel condition Make offer I'h. feet condition.% Refrigerator, Homestead Engineering Co..' : I ;
4-W-l.. (nS) stove, water heater, glusa
150 N. Krome Ave jalousie window, Jalousled
Ph. 196 Water pump with large tank. REGISTERED LAND ItmVETO
;
EZ term.
PAYMENT\ Singleton, Coconut Palm dr. porch. r

Just tart of Kromt ave. (pn3)) Have few outstanding grove I .- -- --.- -
country home, acreage. t
ROSES guaranteed to live and Bring In your )listings for Good Health
bloom. AARS Winner from the quirk action. .

Breezeway Drive-in I 'Seminole Theatre rioted outh'f\ rose largest Write grower now for of new pat, Eleanor Fro cher. The Keystone of HClppi"eBsCoum.

full color, free catalog. TY-TEX I REALTOR

Admission Price tic Tax Included TWO. SHOWS!! DAILYI) 'T and I p M. Then N*. 171 TEXAS NURSERIES. Box 532 TYLER, I4T I. flagler A_ ">. *'*-' of treatment outlined to suit

Children Coder Twelve Admitted Free With PsrenU. SATURDAY and SUNDAY eontlnoons 1 tin 1LAdmbmoa I your Individual requirement 4'
: AdulUt Night, 4e| Matinee (pill S *. m.). Ste.ChUdreaii *
Bet Office Opaa '::11 Show Start ,:.. under tea lei tea t* Uelre I4e. (Till l.eI....,' MASSAGE\ :: General, rind Corrective ,

List Tim Tedayi "80 YOUNG, SO BAD. Industries
Giffen Inc. CABINET; BATHS: Stean and Vsfar
"GIRL FROM OOP'S COUNTRY" Last Times Today: "COPPER CANYON"HATl'RDAY. '

SATURDAY, N.v 4 COLONIC iRRIGATION Modern equipment
Nn. 4-Double Feature Pretties
ARTHUR"RED FRANZ STALLION, WALLACE IN FORD THE JEAN ROCKIES"HEATHER In JOHNNY MACK BROWN, GAIL DAVIS In Roofin/of All I Kinds WE: OFFER A BAR; SENSIBLE REDUCING<
"WEST OF WYOMING"And
Also JOHN' CARROLL ADELE MARA In -
Poured-in-Plaee Gypsum Decks

\ "ANGEL IN EXILE" _. ROBERT"BETRAYED MITCHUM. KIM; HUNTER In Cement Tile Manufacturing\ J. C. $Simpson Rinnie K. SiRegMr4 on i

SUNDAY and MONDAY N.T. 3-t
MAROARET SULLIVAN WENDELL COREY (In SUNDAY and MONDAY, Ney, H Solar Water Heaters 'Masseur Retired Kaaa****, I I

"NO SAD SONGS FOR ME" RICHARD WIDMARK: PAUL DOUGLAS In Djr .Appointment Only, Phone 116-W \

Also DOUGLAS FOWLEY. JOAN.WOOBUIIY In "PANIC IN TilE STREET" Sheet Metal Work ; _

"YANKEE FAKER" Added: Cartoon. Path New.
Insulation 'u.
TUESDAY...! WEDNESDAY NOT, ''f-' TfERDAY and WEDNESDAY, Ner, IgUZADETII tJ'L H.e t

HOWARD DUFF MARTA TOREN In SCOtti DEAN JACGtR. DON DEFORE. In Acoustical Materials 'j' .t":\. . Branam'sFseral,
: "SPY HUNTAlto )ARK CITY" ; "
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Air Conditioning < td
SUCCESSOR
JIMMY LYDON. GLORIA WINTERS In i Added: Cartoon. Spate Reel ,
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"HOT noo" 1 I TIlfRSDAY aad FRIDAY, N.,. '.!. Fan Ventilation 21-Hour OXygen-Equipped Ambul-.

THURSDAY.. FRIDAY. Nev. '-II BETTY HUTTON HOWARD KEEL LOUIS CAUIERN In Alr-Conditloned Chapel

JOHN ARCHER. WARREN ANDERSON In I I "ANNIE GET YOUR GUN"Color Free EsltraaU. I' rlo'.: i I II"
"DESTINATION MOON"Color ( by Technicolor) ,1
( by Technicolor) Added: Cartoom. raranwut New. 272 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables Cremation .j.jPhlne210'
AIM CAROLE MATTHEWS JACK LORD In I .' '

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Parade Mark\ H.....- Pageant, Flag Mrs R O McOinnii/ at K. Camp I

I Seta Own Program Sunday at Park IN AND AROUND MtUin bell dr. of wen MiaMI Mr end end Mra children Wm., Mutt. F J. Lanka .haefrom returned Mr.. and Mra. W. E.. "r'rt.Mra. VEGETABLE SEEDS "
Ctovett & Tao, where Jew M Brewm Mid Mrs H.
. . Barbara and BtOy
I t. .,. ,-.[,- 1I0nrnTEAl1; be Netted. her "", -1II.hw and',I H. OrahaM were Sunday gueeti
TM ubUe It lavll.de a eoI. will slag their official sal'", *H htor. Mr. HIt Mra. Irving' of Mr. Md Mra John M. Brew, Fresh stocks of all kadlnr varieties
sets PSeniU Own" p* craa k Af the glrU sing "Mat Up 0 Robert J. HeUterman returned Reedy, and their two Jr. of Miami. i
11 t pH.wd.e14 'clock) SundaytS.reeo name", crash offering will be VTedneadajr from I buemeaa trip t one. Jeun'l ...._..._..............H.... arriving; daily '
ta the northea eecttociif placed upon I symbolic tire representing by air to Dayton O. Harrisburg,
dofnMtMd Baytront Park bj the flame of world (Continued from! Page five) Pa, and New York. IAMBS ARCHER sets
Mr. and Mra. J Mart O'NeUlof
i the CU. I out troope of the Lan frlend-hlp The gift money will making their horn with their IIOariTAL NEWS For nest Results Plant
h' fans*!**. 'Pertldpatlnf Scouti be accepted by" Mrs James McConnell maternal grandmother, Mra. Dave Mr. and M.... J. U. Norfleel with Ferries relative pent to Bradeoton.Mnfa the .II-MM1' .............IN.................... f,
Ore ukid.to report *t 1.10. on behalf of the pods Sulllvin. returned to Porcine lad week i "KII (GORIS S- j
i Ktp1Icht ef the program wUI County Council to further scout alter a slay In Ellarbce N. C, ( .I BJrtna
activlUM throughout the world. Week-end houie guedi of Mr. J. DAvit returned Monday To Mr. and Mra. Robert Jones
fee a pafeant In eortume repre- '
Mr.
and Norflcet
has i.
to BREDRITEilsore :
I ,fcUn IM Girl ScouU of aU na- To the singing of "O, Beautiful and Mra. Fred J. fuchi of Roberta Fort Pierce where ha 14 employed gone from a visit with relatlvei In of Redland, a ion on Oct. 17. ,
iloniafiliut I background ol Banner", the Scout oolorguard rd. were Mr and Mri E. H. this season , Oa i'i'V.ldolla To Mr and Mrs Donald Lan- ,
|paa4. ,fU.a Patricia Btrohm will stage a parade of flap Lemlre of Orlando and daughter. drum of Naranja, I ton on Oct. ( E'
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rill +represent MelItO( ; Joan around t the pool Join and Debra Mra. Lanier la Mr and M.... W Moor of 29 t.
Xawd/sDaemarkt Maria Baker a niece of Mra Fuchi.' Recent Muse gueiti of Mr and Redland are on vacation in Wayneivllle To Mr and Mri. James Grant
t Mar Pat Phillip, Cuba; Kar- Mrs Everett Shuler of 301 N. W. N C of homestead a son on Nov. "KPatenla
t', n Btebep, France; Minna Bur j Sunday Night Service Mr and Mri A-3. Frrcll of Fine av*. were Mr. and Mri I :
.,,&tral! Ann Sullivan, Haiti; Begun by Methodist\ Jacksonville who were returning Wm. F Arlano of Philadelphia Mrs Elizabeth Fuchi of Coral Medical-Mra. Either ShutU.Mra. Seed Co.
.' : Roberta Egypt\; Polly. from I stay In Nassau visited Cables was a week-end houM J. D. Redd, Dexter Home i
r. Carol ,, India;; Carol But Mark- Sunday night services have Col and Mri. Robert A. Ballard Mil Frank N Irwin of 230 N guest of Mr. Mute Foulk Homestead; Mra. Ruth Sage, Kurt
...JtaI1l Virginia Douberler been begun at the Redland and thus week. E. First ave has returned home Schneld, Redland; Mri. Minnie
lAauJIII'I1; Helen Horn, the Florida City community after a ten-day visit In Peniacolaat Recent guc-U of Mr. and Mrs, Niles, limN Higewood Porcine; J Lee Smith Manager 1 1HOMESTEA"
I ; Bvttaerlaitd, and Lou Sander, churches of which the Rev, Oscar Mr. and Mra. Walter T. Priceof the home of her eon and Wilier RuUke were Mr and Mra. James Mitchell Plant City. Sun
a taklllfa.: During 'the itaylnf of Magarlan la paitor The services Key Welt were Sunday overnight daughter-in-law, the Rev. Mra. W F. Pettit of Miami and chile gery-Mn. Edith Jackson Red FLA. PIIONES tt and ill :
the pMMnt. the Chalet Song wills are held on the tint, third and guests of Mr. and Mri. C. .Lynn. E. Irwin dren. Juanita and Willard. land.
at Florida City and -- --- ------- -- -- -' -- -------
\ I *""*. firth Sundiya J. Pirman parenti of Mri Price, -
Bua3-r" Billy Turner ,will open on the aecond and fourth Sundays the former Mill Ardel! Parman > )
the Program. which Ii t metnorkl at Redland I
and.will echo Tape to,be sung will be observed at Redland Sun to hi! home In Perrlne after I
,fey the"Scouti at the do.. After day School. stay of several month In Pratt
(the e4edge of allegiance to thefIaI General Hospital WOLLAM & KENDRICKPhone
t frMt the singing"America I
Hrewnlei and the Girl Scouts BusinessAs Mri B. f King has returnedto
Doing her home on W. Mowry it,,
after I visit In St. Cloud and
Girl,'flout Day Slated Usualwith Atlanta

4,"I AfcStlver Palm ChurcfcjClrf full .aupplyr Recent house guests\ nf Mr and

; .; :,(bout Day will be ob. fresh, roils. Mr*. Geo. H Gnnn of Robert rd 1216 N. Krome Ave. '

;, *Wvlctltf jarred at. Silver the' Sunday Faith MethodlitCfcuick. morning I and vegrUMn.LUCERNE'S. O were nn_ Mr of Winter and M.Park.., Marshall and children L 67 We Deliver

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( Troop memben of thetantape I Laird and Allen
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area art expected to at-
'" '1IIlfotlland\ \to alt. In'aParenta I Mr. and Pin Joe Borrk and
.,, dd ... and frlandi are ana Ovemaa Highway children have arrived from dor
tpMlal Invitation to at I nerlda City ham, Me, to spend the season In
'the eervlce. GardcniMri .
" .' -' Allapattoh FREY
Corned Beef

..' ami spent. Chirlotte the week-end Hagbcrg here of MI-at [BENTOS Can .....-....... .......-.39c I

the homes of her aon-ln-law anddaughter
Mr and Mrs Eunene .
: front! Ends Aligned Saunders and Mr. and Mri Che-
:: Icy Saunden. Mri Willie Ruuell
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I of Miami Ii making her homo
here with her brother-in-law and LIIUIY'S
ulster Mr and Mri Cheiley WHOLE Apricots can.19c
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I Benson Electric Services

of -,..- Radios & Refrigerators .
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; .. of I Piff-o-Puffs i
r' ';4r" 't' Under expert' supervision our Princeton Ph. lit .
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I I "I :": 4'Jron&.tncl.lthool'IWck: & Island, III. HOTirl NAMKN.aln I SOMUTHINO; NEW! AND DIFFERENT' FOR COCKTAILS 3 Flavors

t e rb' '" ONDasLPwtITIDC5 : : I
fa tense etvr.hot tin .ft""*" AND PARTIES. 39c''
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I" lirinp;''your car to our I I",.1.1.,...of.M the n.41.1 Ct'N oold. ."Cease ft._, .d''ta, pd.o Ihr. I
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I Try I Western Fresh Morrcll's Good T.Hone '"
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:We'can take out those worrisome A Haircut or I STEAK 79C

so it will HAMS \ or Sirloin. Lb. .......................... ,..:........,
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"'' haircut 1y./0 111orrcll'sCHUCK :
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j BUCKgONTIACPreston Faced _>_ TMTMite 1. "' f

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; : :B. Bird Motor Co. (Trim fUln)__- leShampeo tie i I 1 PORK CHOPS End. Cut. LII. ...............:'.......:..... 49C GROUND BEEF Lb .............._................,t'.::'...,.:.... 59C'

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:Bwith'Kroroe Ave at 6th St. Phone 484 '
BUSH'S
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Barber Shop oJ .
- Frozen FoodsDWMS Vegetables .
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I Mcintosh .
.Aj ? ___ I BUTTER BEANS 25c

1 APPLE ACES : 39efill

Henson Electric Has I 6 to pkr. ......................,... .......
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j LEADFREE Philco Appliances AMY'S' TURNIP GREENS 23C Louisiana

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SWEET POTATOES 3"a, 25C

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PROOF WAFER STEAKS S

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for .......;.__.-'_.... Lb. _............-:...;;.;: ._...
: Gem** tedtmo" **<..*. Itonomlcol,for born Ar."d "
: bane .a ..e W farm properrt Ideol for mlnei. 'c : '.d1 M "
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: " AIg all NSAIN 0' scone exposed l It IIUlphur got ex SPINACH 23C EGG PLANT 9 c

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This' loner bath.et gins lav4Unt
cry U rwNmmMT ae a. FruitCake1 oFruits
to,IM st0'. """ All Flavors t /
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j ,,Ij --1. Sealtest Ice Cream t Nuts

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t Hardware and Building Material Geraldine Champnejfh. !

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