Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: December 8, 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: VID00742
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Court Gives Park Title 317 ENROLL Growers For PMA\ to Committeemen Vote Today '$83,350 TOTALOF Test Dike Everglades) to Measure Seepage COUNCIL DECIDES TO AVOID i '


County Agent Char H. Stef-: A test ,levee to determine the

fanl urge eligible ,rowan to! effect of seepage In the Everglades I
INSOUTHDADE vote today to elect three committeemen NOVEMBER li expected to be built COST OF REFERENDUM VOTE
and two alternates to 'Just north of Tamlaml Trail and ;
To the Dade Couny Production and'I east of N. Krome Canal. Bid
Private
Holdings Marketing Admlnlstrtllon.Th were opened Tuesday for the I

; CIVIL, DEFENSE poll will be open from',CITY PERMITS dike which will be part of a tentIng TO RETURN$1,500 COLLECTED

$.30 a. m. to 6 p. m. at the office project ot army engineersIn ;
of the county agent In Home charge of constructing the
read and Miami.Candidates i I Central'and South Florida .flood ,_ .

Fishermen Must Move Three hundred seventeen per* : Forty-seven thousand dollar control' system.
E.
are A. Ames A.
toot registered u dvllltn defense F, 'Arthur, H. L. Brandenburg, J. I I worth of building was approved Plans provide for the levee to' TilE WKATHEU: The Homestead arty council on
Monday night by the Homestead surround an area 100 by 400 fret. Monday night unanlmoualy voted
volunteers Friday at Homestead, R. Brook, Robin Bryant, Luther' Wait .arise evens M a.-.....
Redland end Perrtn schools Chandler J. Abney Cox, John city council City Building Inspector A road hM been built to the site .....-. ........ .-..... p1'ne.'Dew . to repeal controversial gar-
Irving J. Lyon reportedthat and the tint of a series ot well
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DuPuls. Tom Hlnman and Goo bar U* and to reimburse resident
1 There were 181 at Home.tead. 91it November hit been constructed. Pumping
building
permitstotaled ;
Th green light wti given improvement PARK{ FENCED IN Redland and eo..t Perrlne W. Smith."- 183,150 | test will.begln.,Monaty. 1 Nai4Ni: .| .... )Isis. torn! ll.BOO who have In, fee already, Then paid It
of Everglade National Member or the 'P. :r, A. and ..,. I Moll
Permit issued Monday night-1:I JO _. TS 3$ 1011Tt 'turned thumb down on a pro.
Park Monday when federal 1 court! civic. clubi registered the volunteer Edmund Pareltl for construction' Or. I. .
44 30 Oil, pond by Councilman R. E. King
BUT OPEN 5 TO 9 BLOOD ROUND-UP
action gave the government title: lot various type' of service n( a 120.000 CDS residence at Jill HIGH POWERED\ lice 1 . 80 12 jo.01 to tsk for private bid on gait.
to the 129,000 acres which prlvtto which include fir* protection N W. 20th at.1 i Drunker Lumber, Dec.Dc.. J. ._. _I* M JJB5Ti bam collection.The .
owners hid refused< to sell.Previously LATER BY ASKING police communications, medical, FORNEGROIIANDSSLATED Co. $10,000 cement block andsteel toW, 4 .- ti JUI O.U repeal was prompted brt
nursing, Red Crow, 'tdmlnlitra-- I warehouse on S W. Second BOOKKEEPER NOT bee. 8 .,.71 41 1099Tl public petition signed by .11 l ,
the elate of Florida
tlon and public speaking at. R. II. Matins $9000 CBS, I. .,
I ; 61 tatt resident, K6 of whom were
bad donated 830,000 acre and The ncwly-fenced-ln city park Mn. Henry Crewdson, 1004 DEC. 15A ...residence 111 N. W 10th .tj| and' ESSENTIAL SAY 4 -- ------ certified by City Clerk R E. Ed.
the government had bought 235- li being put In order, and an N. Krome ave. has been appointed McCrory Five and Ten Cent'' wards at qualified voter. Only I
employee of the city park department civilian- defense chairman Store $.000 additional remodeling I '
000 acre, to Monda) action blood round-up for credit! of 172 REGISTERAS 1.1 per cent of the elt) UNregistered
for the Redlind District She it '
will keep It from
made the open of McCrory Arcade { Homestead Council member voter*, or 117 names
government owner of I 11 a, m. to 5 p. m. seven days selecting her co-worker who will South Dad negro laborer will Michael T. Ryecheck was' told will meet In a commute session were required to force,a referendum I

the entire 1,210,000 acres within a week. meet with her this evening tt her be sponsored by Homestead Dual that roads would be opened up I next Monday night to attempt to ,AVAILABLE vote, which, It. It estimated, !
the park boundaries i Thll announcement wee made home nest and Professional Women's and mad passable to that hfi' would trot the dty about $400. i
? Included In Monday'i acquisition yesterday by Dad Henderson, lira. Jtme Bogntr appeared Club at S o'clock Wednesday at.ttrnnon could begin filling In the Bite on break the long-continued deadlock A motion to submit the tax to
war that part of the In. superintendent of the department for Met, Crewdson tt the Tuesday Dec 1$, In the Goulds S. E. Second ave for a proposed; on the appointment of t FORWARWORK\ \ public vote, mid by Walter ,

graham highway within the park who said night use of the luncheon meeting of Redland achool. The club report that $100000 hotel j bookkeeper for the light and water Wails end seconded by King, wit
boundaries which will be improved park may b* obtained by telephoning District Chamber of, Commerce heavy demands on the blood Adjustment of $2.13424 worth!, department Consulting Engineer Only 1T3 were registered In withdrawn after council discussion j
with federal funds. All him at 692-W or by director The chamber approver bank have resulted In a deficit of delinquent city taxes on $" Wm. Sydow end Utilities the September survey of labor In favor of outright repeal. j.
occupant of the newly-acquired telephoning Councilman Carl S. the letting of the boundary lines of more thin 7,000 pint -, Homestead! Iota, to which Everglades : *! tvtllabl' for war Industrie!, CArl S Anderson, staunch opponent ,
Superintendent Gordon W, '
properties will be required to Anderson park commItteeman. of the defeat area at the- northern Employer ire requested to Drainage District has obtained Ivejr which war conducted here by of the tax mad the motion -
vacate within 60 days, the sole The park tablet and benches limits of Oouldi and th* bring both men and women workers .' tentative title was asked will\ b* asked to meet with the Thoa. B. Royal Two of the ,regietnntl for repeal which was seconded -
exception being those' who op. have been thoroughly I cleaned southern Umlta ot Florida, City to the round-up It U sug- Monday night of the city councilby group have been placed In war by Muttelwhtt. Weiss I
I Crate tacilitMsuch n charter and disinfected and the park has tested that the donors hav lurch H. J. Greenwood. drainage Th agreement of council memo work, and the other names are went along with the other council -

i i I 1 boats etc, for public use, says been put In top shape for picnic MATHIS at JI|1 .. m and eat nothing else district representative Greenwood ben on the desirability of a ....,. MI file for placement, Royal nyt. members In voting for the
I : Park Superintendent Dan Beard. and party use, says Henderson. SGT. L I until the round-up. refreshments explained that the drainage crate bookkeeper for the depart- There were insufficient regtslrUont *- repeal tfter putting on record his
This will mean the evacuation If parties are In program at the will be served to each donor. district wished to clear up the ment was empbtilted by Councilman for local classification ti belief that Ute mailer( should be
of the commercial tithing headquarters S o'clock closing hour, the gate KILLED NOV. 30INKOREAN'VAR Seventy-one taxes in Order to put the Iota up J, T. Godwin who pointed 1 dlstreu area with high 1 priorityfor submitted to public referendum.The .
at the little village of will be left open for the uteri and Individusle-ergreo-operateteo-operate for sal* and subsequent return to out that the dlaagreemen obtaining war 1 Industries move to") relmbun1' those
,' to lock when they leave. the city tax roll stemmed from who paid thetas In .October and
Flamingo, occupied by some 200 ing in the round-up, and those opposing view on Of the registrant, 40 specified
'I fishermen The park war fenced In, h* Council President Howard L. of November was by King
and their l familiei not contacted are Invited to bringin the amount training neceaatr) skilled talon 6$, semi-skilled, Inflated"\
Comrnerclal'Tishing will be per. laid, to prevent the shelter from .. their worker. Johnson referred the 'matter for to till the 'lob Councilmen E. B.KiM. and end l'ftt1ded)1 Mu felwhlU 1..
sniffed "lthID,.... park boundar- being used and abused at night ,"" .,si. handling by Finance. Committedman's. .., Walter WeU. and H, ,U "IX eeatJtbpr.SMrT ', I / WsrWOimtn: King
w Jet, .but \ headquarters by "bums" that ftequent thlilection BgC LawreaNtlt>lia.6Jalhlegrandson ; ,.. :. aV Kin* an d'Clty'AttOrapy Brandenburg hold that a'ferUisiAccountant Wc&.the' tame thit the lost of .
must be moged, outside during the winter i carat. Of, Mr*. Bill ,MaIMS of 31 'Cycle Club Members In C. Haycock I 11' necessary, and, the .pproxlm.tel.ooo: > ''' **.

No hunting of any kind It allowed Princeton with the, was hOled In action Make Tour of 1 DistrictThe Councilmen Carl 8 Anderson,: I DROWNED' tlclpated revenue from the gar.
Illit Marin Division
within the pirk. I Wm. Muwelwhlt and Godwin bad tat will force I revision of
,
Mond.,'. acquisition! proceedings J.A.DAUGIIERTYLAID on Nov. SO In Korea, accordingto Motorcycle KOREA IS RUSSIA : contend that a competent city FIVE MISSING IN the city budget. 11* suggested that
at explained by Beard gave word received Wednesday.Son dub of Homestead wtf host employe* may be trained to keep the city ask for private bid on
the government Immediate own: of the ace led Mra. U L.Mathii group Sunday to members of Ml- the books. Council President garbage collection at, a possible
ership of the 125,000 tcrei of I TO REST IN of Ptnaaqola; Sgt Mtthli awl motorcycle clubs. Thirty-one ON MARCH' SAYSRorARYSPEAKER Howard U Johnson voted with TRAGEDY AT SEA means of cutting coat. He reported .
reared try
Was Princeton fort
holdout land, after deposit of and riders made a tour of tho Badlands the latter group to break a ti* operating( colt of the tan/
$320,450 ti fair and just compcnt PALM CEMETERYFuneral time, attended Jtedlind School ,, glides, Wyfront Park end NaY 10 on the proponed employment Itatlon department it $11,000 $
I tatlon to approximately 131. His bride ot several month lives Florida City before holding a I ot Jo*. J. Dickman of St Funeral arrangementi have nol year, but was advised< by Sanitation ,

owner. In Oklahoma ,City, wiener rout_ _tt the clubhouse onH.Inlln ,I Louis at a salary of $3,900 a yet. been completed,I for" Capt Committeeman Anderson 'that:. ,
Russia has the diabolical conviction ' r-nri Howard (inmmyi moon, DOl, these cost Include both sanitation
Acquisition of the entire 1,210- services were held dr. Just west of Krome year
I 000 acre In the park tract was Monday afternoon in First Methodist Funeral' Serriccs Held IV*. that she must drive' Muuelwhltc reiterated his Card Sound charter boat captain and parks. King' recommendation I
v accomplished sips 1947 in what Church of Homestead for For Baby Linda GIbcau Eddie Sackett li president of democracy out of the world and statement mad it other meeting whoa body was recovered from was not put to t vote
Beard describes ti "the fastest James Albert Daughcrty of the local group which' has 18 her ruthless, unchristian policy lito : that he could not Intelligently vote the! sea Wednesday after an III'Med \- -- <
( and most satisfactory acquisition Homestead, who died Saturday Linda ,Ann, Elizabeth Oibeau, members Riders ire Invited to foreign to our way ot thinking for Installation of a system unless ,' Sunday fishing cruise. iTlURTAS
i In national park history". This! James Archer Smith Hospital' -month-old': daughter, of Mr. tttend the meeting on the first, and acting that we can not del It were explained to him. When After l three-day ...r.... ; 1 DEAD {
park It ,one of the few In the The services were conducted by and Mn C. V. Clbaau of Rock. end third Friday nights In the with her ti we deal with honest the proponents of hiring an accountant search by the U, S Coast Guard ,
J national park system which owns the Rev Edwin C, Willson, pastor -, dale, died Friday of a ttreptococclc clubhouse. Long-dlntanc rides government So laid Arthur E argued that the system hope was abandoned for the five CAR
UPSETSON
i all the land within Its boundaries, and the Rev John McKay,, Infection :of the ,throat are usually held on Sunday and' Curtis, Miami public relations li complicated for explanation Mlamlani In the party which left
he laid, and It* size It not urn4 pastor of the Princeton Church' funeral services were conducted dub: member plan to attend thelallonal counselor who during World to l, layman Johnson said, "If Card Sound early Sunday'morn-
Ited, but may be expand of the Nazarene. Tuesday In a.: South Miami fu. championship meet to beheld War II reported on Nar.l activities the proposed arslem U too, complicated log for t d.,'. fishing In the OVERSEAS RD.
Edw. L. 'Branam of Branam neral homej: followed by- ,burialIn Feb 24-23 In Daytona In Latin America for the 'U. tar .explanation the James Sound area
Funeral Home directed burial In Miami Ihmori.l'Park. Beach, The local riders expect to S. government governing body of the city, 1\\', 'The missing men are Wesley Carlton 8. Allen, JB-year-old<
TOO CLUBS JOIN Palm Cemetery tt Naranja. Pallbearers Mn Oibeau U the former Mini enter tho uniform contest for Curtis last summer studied too complicated use by l City Gardner, Carlton 1. (Curly) Mlamlan, riled ot fractured
were A. O. Cain C. F. Ann Holton of Pen-In, daughterof which the grand prize is $300, Communism In Latin America department!" Fields ROM Sullivan If.rryl.y. skull and Internal Injuries) Suit-
; Waldron, J. L. Kulp, Ceo. W. Mr. and Mn. T. A. Holton and saw It creep Into various ton and A D. Rock Miami day when hit car turned oval
IN TURKEY SHOOT Smith J. L. Burton tnd Ctrl 8 Mr Holton was principal. Per Local Women to Help nations In Central and South neighbor and finding pals. and hurtled Into canal five
Anderson tine achool for II years In Fairchild Ramble America, In Korea we are really Lions Hear Frank Tyc A coast Guard board of inquiry| mile south of Homestead on the

FOR YOUTH WORK' Mr Daughterly wit ,born 79 Other survivors are Llnda'i righting Russia when we fight On Social} Security Act will seek to determine the fate Oversea Illghwty. A passenger,
years ago in Athens County, paternal grandparent*, Mr. and Mrs, C, J. Par man of Home- the Chinese Reds, "tnd If we of Smith' 28-foot blue and white Gilbert U. McCormick of Miami" ,
Tcnn. For the past 28 }ears he Mra. H. W; Cibeau of Sr.cUM'1 dead will h.va. charge of the don't stop her there we will have Latest amendment to' the social cabin crater the Betty, which war admitted to Dade County
The Redland District Lions had lived In Homestead where N: Y, jewelry booth tt the annual ramble lo stop her closer! home" he security law were outlinedby presumably carried the six men Hospital for treatment of shock I

Club will Join the Florida City he engaged In farming until the I >I to take. place today and to- said Frank Tr at TueacI',', meetIng to their death. Allen had tome from Cant-
Klwanls Club in sponsoring the failure of hit health Folding Organ Bought morrow at Fairchild Tropical "The question li asked: 'Why of the. Redland District Lions $mllh'i body, fully clothed and point, 111. to Miami about year '
Christmas turkey thoot scheduled He (leaves hit wife Mrt Malsletbugherty For Church Mission Use Garden on' the Cutler rd. Just did w* hive to get Involved In t Club. Self- employed perioni, I wearing t life Jacket wit washed ego, and wit employed tl awtlter 1'1
'v for Saturday and Sunday, ; a stepson Carl L. south of Mathcson Hammock wee In Korea?" Curtis said. "The domestic help, farm laborers and ,' ashore just north of Delrty Beachon tt Sherry Frontenio 116- 1 1lei.

Dec 17 and, 18, at the ). Campbell Twcedell of Miami; a titter, Mn Purchase. of an Etley folding She will be allied by Mn answer Is: if It hadn't been Koreait worsen In nearly all occupations Wednesday morning Death lie leaves hut mother, Mr. I
dr. rockplt. Proceeds will be M. E. Broylei of Chattanooga, organ for horn mission work has Herbert Pool Mn. Francis B would have been tome other except the profusions must pay was reported due to drowning. :hsi. Allen (if Jacksonville IlL
i used for the organizations' youth Tenn.; and four niece*. Mrt.Jn been> announced by the Rev, JohnH. Lincoln, Mn Ida 'K.' Elchenber- place.. Russlt li on the march- : social security after Jan 1, b* Bnnam Funeral I linn* of Branam Funeral Home tent the t
> work and Christmas parties. Walters, Mn. Pearle Thomu and. Whitt, pastor of First Baptist gee and Mist Ledbctter. Mri through her satellies. laid. ,The social security act provides homestead II I In charge of funeral body to Jtcktonvllle for funeral
t The shoot will begin it 10 'a. Mrs. Forrest Wldner ot Chittannogt Church Homestead.. Th. organ John de R Storey It expected to "Th ltd thing li that w* cant for nine classifications, he arrangement. cervices and buries\ .
m. on both davi. Buxidct the and Mrt. John Thiebertof 1 will be wad for aervjres In loml assist it the plant booth' andMrs. arbitral or negotiate with Com explained eight administered by Smith cam here In the 1930't

grand prize, a 29-pound turkey, Denver. convalescent horn*, etc, Mr. Nixon Smiley. it the refreshment munists. The Soviet government state and local government and from Haaelton Pa, and operated Death Takes New YorkerOn
there will be plenty of other turkeys Whitt aald.Dcacona booth. has violated more than 20 treaties one, the old age and survivor the, Card Sound fishing camp,
and chicken for prize, the Odd Fellows and WivesTo of the church and The public will be admitted' and li completely without con program, by the federal government Smltl)'. Place lie leave his Winter Visit Here

iponsori:lay, their WVM) will be honored i fret for both day of the ramble.Hours I science. wife Sophie, and two sons, Earl Death same to Chart Adolph
lie Supper Guests lib fry at 1:90 Tuesday evening I I are from 10. a, m. until Nathan Mayo, for 27 yean Bert Vlhlen of Homestead and end Bert Karl I.I stationed now Johnson, 67-year-old New York

SPORTSMEN HEAR IIEARD'Dan Member of Homestead |. O. at the church plantMidnight usk. norlda'i commissioner of agriculture H. I, Armstrong of Redland werevisitors. with the, U. S. Air Force In visitor, on Tuesday night In James
of the club
t O. F. Lodge and their wive*.will wit t guest Text I Archer Smith Hospital Brsnam
Beard, superintendent tf be honored at a supper to be \ Communion and Mid a fw word In praiseof Funeral Home on Wednesday
Everglade National Park wee served after the lodge metrlng! Service Slated the Florida City State Fermer' Chas. Brown Leads Local Rifle Club tent the body to Peektkill N. Y.
Arnold, Rotarian -
t guest speaker for the South Florida Tuesday evening at the lodge hall Christmas Eve \ Market Ernest for funeral service and burial: _
Sportsmen' Club tt I dinner Host will be Noble Grand Everett by Methodist ChurchA from Pawtucket, R. I, In First of National Contest Mr Johnson a retired architect,
to Horn- Stage
meeting Tuesday night In the ori Douberley and Vke: -grend regular winter visitor had arrived here Saturday for a
.nlzatlon'. Miami clubhouse. Dan Arrowood. steed, mid hit tint tppeartnc Film Lodge A
I midnight communion service The annual holiday party for lay it Sunny
the
1 on Christmas Eve will be highlight children of the church will be of luncheon the present Wednesday season, held at In The newly organized Homestead Radians 'District Lion All nttlve of Putnam Valley I N. Y.
Investiture of the Christmas I held .U supervised by Dr. F, P. IIrln.1 he was a gradual of West Pointwhere
Ceremony Initiates .program OB Friday, Dee. at Parkway Restaurant. Jimmy Morris Junior Rifle Club fired It*
of First Methodist Church ,of < I Jr., and Art Hill, club he had served a* provost
I wee the club'l guest u repre tint stage In the 19M-8I national
Homestead The Rev. Edwin C.WUlaon tor. The club has revealed msrshal. H* leaves one ton King
Into Local Girl Scout of the senior boy of(
16 tentative
Troop rifle championship matches Sunday
pastor. Invite the public Retail Prize Contest Homestead High School. rest talent, they report berUy Johnson of PeekskllL.
to tttend the service 'which List Leading EntrantsForty at the club' Mowry itringe.

Sixteen girl were promot d 'Anita Smith, lIMa Burrlchter, will begin, tt 11:SO. I Seal Sale The second stage of the Growers' Equipment Co. to Sponsor
from Brownie to Girl Scout \in Joyce Bethune, Inda Sullivan, Mn. John Grave wilt directa entrant are listed In the competition 'against several hundred I
*. candle-light Investiture service Karen Bishop, Sue Hague Elaine pageant, "What I* Christmas?" Recall contest for boys and girl Passes Half Way MarkA I similar 'Junior club will Technicolor Film Here ThursdayNighl!
IT.Hotdoe .
Tuesday evening In the Girl Scout Lumpkln, Sandra Lanier Wanda at T.$0: Sunday evening Dee now In progress it Dixie Drug. total of $4I,<4 .21 hat been begin at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon .

hut Schlnus berries and red and Chandler, Sandra Shaw, Mary Ai of Saturday, Dec I, bolder collected through Dec. 'I, In the and the third I and fourth
white polntettitl were in the Dickman. Donna Campbell,Cookl4' Sale Dance Set of the tint ten place were: 990 Christmas Seal campaign, stages will be held In Januaryand i "Wave of Green", a flint tagt Tho script: ot the "'technicolor
J CbrUtmi motif. Party sandwiches Kinard, Barbara Revell. Jail Me- For Schools' Care GameA boys' division Ronnie flyers cochairman Jack A. Erneman February. of American farm progress, will film begins with the cangrettioB. *
and fruit punch were Dung and Monica ShutU, l Bryan Cook Ronnie Kay, Terence and Jam** G. Clark announced Chart. Brown won a top place I shown under the it act of 1881 providing for -.
be sponsorshipof
terved.Mr The meadowlark war chosen' hotdog Ml and a dine Merrltt Richard Barnett, this week. In Sunday competition with a I tiblishment of land-grant college .
*. E. L. Krone, area chalr- for the crest of the troop which will lit sponsored by the Redland Ray Robert., John Logan Richard The co-chairmen reminded score of (2x100. Ranking next I' Grower Equipment Co. at and weave a colorful story
man. Invested Mrs. Brim Lyon,, formed the Yellow Bird patrol! Junior clue, III'connection: with Whlpple, pets Rive and omtad residents, however were: plin Wright, Jr. $xlOO; I, p. m. Thursday In the Home- from the college ouUtandutf 1
( leader ft new Troop 1B Mrs. with Joyce Bethune at leader and the Homestead-Redlaod cage John Gallaherj girl division that "our goal, "2,000 this year, second; Robert Wolfenbarger I, steed school ctfetorlum. Lack, of contribution to grleultwa.
Evelyn Smith co-leader and/ the Pioneer patrol with Karen game in Redlaad on DM.'' 20.Tb Alta Jean Groover, Geraldine 11 higher than last year." 16x100, third; Sandra Chlpley, I spin will limit admission to Eleven profeaalonal acton, I&O ejcj
Mr*. R. R. Kinard, Mr*. A. L. Bishop at leader. hotdog win be ready for Meyer Joyce Thompson, Morn The co-chairmen pointed out: 19x100, fourth; Warren Grave those who have obtained the Ira and a number ot peraou
Lanky and A. E. Campbell tottl.mlttH The troop hiked Saturday to serving. at ( o'clock. Refreshment* Shafts Michel Arnaud. Barbara "Chrlttma Seal provide the and Dicky Kinard. $4x100 fifth; I' complimentary ticket by telephoning whose own real life experience
mMnben.Mn. Edward Park In Florid City will be serve. at the public dine I Ott Arne Shuler, Yvonne Cole,I only Income to finance the work and Jimmy Butler and Brian writing or caning at the were being recorded take part lath
Lyon In turn, Inverted and plant to hold a cook-out during to tit held in the aftorium after ! Charta Fortenberry and Margart of the Dade County TB Aasoela.too. Wynn, $3x100, tilth. company office, IIS S. Flaglerav film for which 'scenea .were
a* member ol UM- new troop. the holiday I lbs gam*., GoroaW ." The Jubi l! sponsored by the I . recorded la eight ut.i .,
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If FISHING NEWS\ At H.{ Harm. III THat riM Ot Under WajPrepanUon
; In Opener of 1950-51 Cage Season 1x-11. dlglrella. W. H Rams: and. cortum M..I
The Rev and Mr. t. D Maaiaa under
aa* way forth .
Mn J. S.
1I M J''I' MDKpiia ...* ctfta* AfcaHaaMwxuy ...-this II the adore.aajBeiiU *./ ]'II! ,lit a.Id" b, A.Ha D.>..Smith..l. well b. hM Moo- Silver
Medland High School hntkilbta I Tiny'ay n..t. 11II .IM ,. by the *attby 01 "...... Oirta for the M 'I. ......., caMa.Rt.tin... I day anal Tbjnd I..*.
I I tam aawned IU 18JO.Mbtnkelball : I Cn.tt DUnd Map ..aka OHMr a IIIIItt,: w319 Iatr ii Kinat I p m. K11 In fWBapiM fteIIIrtI
l IIIIIInn with a M-14 Jerry UndrrBreM |gHM Kpolnti j )ltAM,,,H4ftl'TIns oprMS *1 fare. Mr. Church of Homeahwd, = ....: 4.; .jpnw. H. 11Ma ItPIt- SILVER PUll MEN MKT
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I in the Brat ojMrter, MW ear to paator of BetMctead ahnoww** Mr*. Dexter Home,I I If. '
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1 Artory oner Key Went Friday . tftfM pufattrftr. Mrs Jam* H. The Silver Palm M 14now-
in the II n UM a* ul the NacareM.Sacred '
nlgtil on the Redland court The four in the final. far a Mel of N A llYw. AJ..41.M. 1J 1 1ft I n......., JWbtttt: DfoparUt*. Mr.. Vlrfll thtp will meet In the church: at
"jftfrrHIrM. throufhoutitflh point' Quart) Carl Mode jvai Out I .... 1:41: 11:11: ITI IIOMBSTKAD4HCLUIJBy M. Utt.; ataanUona, Gordon T o'clock tonight when dinner
yftrf" nargM. ef 11-il, runner-im with II point D.c. T.41 1.10 1.11 141te Heart to>> Begin Ml'RA M CKAWmeeting trey B. W. & *amore, Virgil will b* sieved by member. of th*
",I4. and !/-tl. Tonight ........* wiU Mek a i II Ml: ...* III' .:H I IIr.,1 Third Maw on Sunday Loll; mimic Mr. .M. C., Law-and W. S. C S. Mac, Cain, U president Dollar
HtIH;; MftA. L. toner of the ergcntutkmYe
forward Kenneth Friar atarrad win over Miami. Beach In 117 1':00: 1:$ 10 ,
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6x10 wlel 10orward T...... grm, 10-SI: .,,*.t* 11: 444 I faatJlMllnn el third man, al D.R 4w1 c'6IS' peat etJI Ijp .
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1"weI cr eroafc ay* ([o/Sk pec.l| II-M IliX' : rl4lht t4 work. TM 'I lr | yearIlrli
; Bobby M<*- 1 ...... wilt-tal: bft.J/ :.. Jill. 149: IM: I Ihti week by the Rev |r making candtaa.Th .. '
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C'f'I}! Jerry On et'wooct IIfdird n-. t-Ujaml/ Bea Mere Dec-ti U1] HI) IS4: 71, Heart M. T Mih MMeJy, ,Maewt pried of Sacred held aveond year ajrlr papfr' arc m"E|
rl Modey"' and BuMy are .
rdddj! ,I Ore. IS -Toft Myrra tb,... John' L DejM. V. C Dm andBlur alM al< I and e'clcxk. Ing angel vWf
Baker paced the de- Dec ll-Mlani| High there, Daafbtod Indian KeyMldf ba4 three demglstrauo4l. It ,
( ConcM with' II (Ullla IJII4 oonl'nuad la winning Ocr llomealeail., her. ;aughl |$7 I capper, 01> blue rum I to plant garden. a.lure I Met;;.' Store
,tera, five gninta .V*>c""h and made ape oq !tow 10 ma""k eookl.t
"la' d*I al Gas__N4 air. al -Miami r/ihmills:"" ,
I ,5 Ingelfim. \ I and pane* one amuod to each1penon '
I Clinton DlaSop Tom Vann and 1. petty Sue made one on I
SUb Wittkop fwhed Card Sound I afar of matrhe M
DUFFY and caught SI snapper I BJI.Hoofing After our work we Wood an\
j tad| our pledge. i I
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!*rt. Jones of J Perrlnc NoTir ar nanrim \ Cheaper than
Upholstering IM INN. IKIUIT VUVKT) OP TUB!
Dies on Korean Front "ixvunni JUDICIAL riBourr <>t
r.tOBIDA 'IN AND prix DADE COUHTV ,
r Pvt Eiialcy Jones of Prrrinc, PHONE 305-J IM (HANI LIT. M. IHTIi. iBt'lT ? the Chains
M.k* Tar Dam colored was ,Hated Dec. S by the KAM. M-kMr' ;,yrMhnllfakK I e .
FfI1tJ&./. Uke >l.w department of drfrnn ai one o( I. ,
t1 I toldicr killed In : rPrpRae. IMr"d.M A''
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f for MAaaABET peruse I
NOW tartan kwon June wa. a anis w A_.. 'i, t..} .:, 1
; rlJ grandson of Charlie' Cur of **..* s.ra.I. I I I .. ., f 25
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Larft. crleHUB *f, fibrin" toebeene .. W.fW MIITMlh '
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frem. II I A I.:. Ilkd. M.IM. ../ ym are S. Krome
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Cushion 1"1 M 4rf..h .111 k> ..k_ toloM 1 '
Free d tux CuBpliMI.TkM car 11.' .r'll'' wa.AM lath UM] 'TblsViar: ktt rut 100

wllb every llrlag ream ._ far.aw.5.11 Iwr gr.aUn M .1IohM.....r is'I. mE emS i iI Floor Lamps

art reapbelitrred.I'honc Mte IRAliK KlHU"" *. IN"U"IK!: H..W. (Qldst! ; I
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home via ,the NIW I IJS1 saN.r uxr.I9 Table Lamps
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dog n, .. urvlcti you mop **,lffolto \ ) I Lamp Shades

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II I h.lpfullnformatlo.. \ Vtlll' to U.J'
; u Y << )/ IMtrat (L'; l. '' .J,. 11\ This year,wrprlie" the whole family with a gift that brings lotting hopplneu for all ... '1 "
; "Barnes Marine Service a Frlgldalr AppHonte. hi beauty|*4 w ."Hil",**i.ni mob 4510' proud .f yaw choir* 4 s I .' 79..E, J:
J Homestead Hardware CO. Southern bell Tetepdontand !I .for yarn t* eexn*. Qrder. jreun awl '

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Your Beans NeedBQOSt J '"1' tw/llk' fI :g I/IIID'" 12,71,

Hares a gift that ktepi on giving (fx yeort) ,
I'' I TIt.,,'. a 'full-width Super.fr'IJ"' ChMA' -

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III Zinc: Sulphate as <5nQ, not I Jew (ih.n..N.....?......"',. 1,75"l0 r' '2'" j jfuroOlI.red

; 0 Nitrate as N, not less (haq.,.,.??,."......... 0.30% i

i Potash! as K2o, not less th.n..,,.?,...,.,.................. o. % '

Copper as Cu, not' less 1 tJian........"".......,._.........,.,..,......i,....,. J,50% PH IJ/y MIp''i' JACKET

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.I I Sulphur as S, not less than.:::,......::..tl.00. ()()% .rfreautomalkcooUng-wlnS, America1! !w tVeeirrtful I
; range) Povbl ovem fy>\* god. brail iJo"Ihoaps
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coeklng other feature 3ge
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lol'. "da"Stdo. ,; i Fertilizer Co. en4J-at.big red ribbon. f

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Chevrolet AdvancesT
1 Trucks Reveal 1951 I II .
GO ON DISPLAY I The tnailini. of tin p.irrrljalMHlM
bml OB Monday I,,".' t IIH I. i
I, ...rt.ll' muse In fr n vat I II
IIERE SATURDAY I, I lies, IF raid "Th itutllll OfHilreVelaw ''
inxvilrrt. graft n;,
Added alley, par<<> ihnuld IHKIII ttti1\
greater driving .. .
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pot the IMt QMmriet y>>ch "
goq 01\ d *Ur at Bird CheviotahewTuunn .,
c.. here tomorrowImportant 1 l ,

chan fi m. .iiKprotemciile fiHftirM! In Mta ami a.arl re
chase* and body There thangct '
rangy:from the bluett brake In !
the 11w-prle. field to rxt....i.t\e T ,
design innnovatfons that make ,
the ..r much longer and lower l
than any previous modi'I.
The powerglW/
automatic 11 .
trameniasion. Chevrolet- sensational NII ltT A HI

driving advance. hM been : . :
refined for the Utnrt models, although 'i(911te) ,
remaining. fundamentally .lal le,....11.IIr.clult ( ciSEWMACHINE "
> kal! f tI"IIttI\.t l I ISil ttwhh4 Irwis k Ihli' I"UraUng elrrlln aearasdlargerldaAdla > .
the Urn' flexible driving control I > *"ke 1111<1.1 ($lrrl..,*').N.*.,.4..111-.41|paRea t,,r Mlrr tl,Ullon and a... spring Mat / I 'j-
that has already enrolled' a 'I'ila! .An"' ."araUf 01 rear.fceela aaaar* I cvutrarlhMi are eawag .Iker. aiga' aaola.. : ,
quartet of a million eaUafled Elgin '- Hamilton .. BulovaWATCHES ,' ,
owner It will again be optima parking Is art ItIt't'tt'e In slewing Appearance-wine the Improve, --- er
on de l lxe models only. gear ratio Other polnk men Is discernible even to aeaMial Mail Parcels; in Time ONLY fl 1.82 Wr.; t
Fourteen paenger! body I 'of mention tinder observer Changes both at 1 '
type: worthy driving i \
art Included In the I lilt Un ei* are new onnven'ence! of com the front and rear enhance the: For Doc. 2* DrlnerjrOt Taw have this '.lIo..n, 1 : ra r
Two and; Jour-door sedans will troll, relocate brake pedals re Impression of' tufeedneM and i parcria and Christmas ad..,,,.... DoBciti al the .
be available In Sideline and lured( vibration Uivoufch greater room. The radiator grille hat card should be mailed lowtit Urns la pascal 37 ?
greeting : i'
Fleetllne Series, All aedani and torque tube rigidity and a new been restyled and (tmpl'fled. early enough to Insure their arrival ..d... Utl.... Ur cairatwlag "-.r.o. '
the port loupe will come In De method of profiler) shaft balanO The" crowd of the rear fenders at the cffire[ of ad Iresi on .CM U toby. '. ' :
Lull*, or Special, trim, A convertible inf In prtductlon.. has beeni rained I In increase the I I Friday, Dec. 22, It delivery Is to ?1M..w M.s.WM lane .,'\kA ;."
coupe, .aft-nti union! ----1' sleek flowing lines of the body! Ma.C."uy ,,.1
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I be made before ChrlstmM ai
wagon and the Chevrolet Del Air,, Fenders now mount the combl there will be no dellxerles on ...... ......" ,c... i';., if': I '
which hat scored *o emutkinally lation slop and tall' light with t ,I N set'pas kw a..r. wide selection of other nallonally" "'"' ,; .
In popularity.-ale rxclunlVrtjr In' For Christmas I newly styled trunk lid ornament ' r. , ,( ',, I
the De Luxe aeries The business and re-deilgned bumper guards advertised merchandise ,, ," '. : ,. I If'
coupe will be available only a< Give lour Friend or learnrll blending Into the overall effect BIOOks Inc. I Harris Refrigeration Co.I I .. r',.,:\ .... j
a model In the Sedan series. a copy ef Interiors are In two-lone gray I'' {, 1
In addition to more luxurlour I i styling feature curried by both ., \ :
Interior treatment Chevrolet b root cuBh'ons and Instrument I 14* N name Av. rll INI .. I ,, :

offering a more beautiful and at.tractive > "A Song of YearsIn I "panes. De Luxe models are , '.. .. '' II
with 1 I r I
assortment of colors The equipped such accessories . '
options, which Include two two- Florida"By ai cigarette lighter, Ct'nler-I I Oldest Completely . <. : ;
tone combinations, are livelier mounted clock and fullcirclehorn We Ship I : . .
than ever. ring*. I Equipped Gro'eCaretaken \ I
The new "Jumbo drum" broke Due to expanded production i Gift Baskets I
headline the qualities of the cat Chevrolet I I. able to Introduce In 1 WOODS'JEWELRY>> , !; :
directed toward aster operation. Stephen Ccrhnn Slntlrtin rear scats the flat S-t>.pe .springs ,
Quicker emergency slops are assured 'Poet Laureate of the used In the frbnt seats of the I ImO'I. Of FruitLOCERNE'S i ". . .' I
by a brake which Inxolci I "
coniiderable departure from post' Florida Keys" Special luxury treatments have 103 N. Krone Ave ,' 7'; ' '' "
clcilgn Every brake shoe, fitted been In I IOn.al S : I
Author of 'Florida Showcrr"$1..e Incorporated convertible r. o. BOX it '
with the long-life bonded lining I \ j
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Del Air and Station Wagon 'New ,
HOMESTEAD, FI.A. ,
made famous
by Chevrolet, It
this year to the convertible It a
.tclf-energlzlng In both forward Postpaid window of clear flexible I none Tt.R Hlfhwa I .
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.and_._.__reverse. ._uu travel Lu I,u giving___"__a coniviviii .L'-1 plastic offering more than three -- u -- ____ _ ___ ._ .
urge-irrv opcrauun inui I .
MIAMI POST Pt'B. CO times the vision area of the former - -- -- -- -- -- -

will New please brakes driven also qualify at an 1112-48 N W. lit Court opening, Also In the convertible i ,.. '
the automatic top mo-
aid to driving can Tests show.1 Miami Fla I tor has been moved Into thi Ewi'I
35 per oat less pedal pressure trunk forward of the spare tire I
required |tit topping at given as a service Improvement.
rates of speed Better brake seals I. '
and virtual elimination of the

other possibility advantages of bra grabbing are I I Little EXTRAS: You Get Here 1951; LflCVrOICt

Of almost equal Interest among II '
'safety features are' receded control -, 0 'VI have steam ay Mid an operator OB duty V.
1 knobs In the drivers compartment until six .'clock''en RaUirday. '
All prolusion* are nowset I' 9 Small repairs meld free cl charge .
below the Smooth contours of 0 All garmrats Insured atalntt fire, tjifft] or high .
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the Instrument panel Sbelldlng water damage v
of the windshield from Instrument -
llaht reflections Jt aa well. AMERICA'S LARGESS AND FINEST LVWPRIEED.CARI! '
by icounded ledge .. ;
provided seem. p.armee f / a5aY w
a above the paneL,-Subdued light-1 TRADE WINDS DRY' CLEANERS .
Ing of dials for nightt<< 'me drlvlnu a
.Is still another safety onct I 8. E. First Ave IV W. SFtMV, Mir. rhwtc" Ut /....,...
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( f' The lilt of this plant U itale-wide. You'll find it In every Florida city 11 1e e Ns gryLM.D.lw.4p.ar I.e ....

and town served by Southern Bell and along the roads and bifihways. "

YM, since the end of{ World War it(: Wvt+ :Will $loo.163,000'or new .. :

telephone, facilities in, Florida. Tbti'i 'fat. 'more 'money than we had .1 .
invested In Florida S ycui ago IeCa l.ofttar.wkIat' % ::ai. ,MNUMre, M"' : '

How big an accomplishment that ii and bow much ft meant to '' j'j'III'IaHI'

Florullani apparent when you consider that during these flve short yean '\. ; ,
we have Increased the number" of telephone by at.many at we had In 1...
aria: In 1943, after the Ant 64 yean of the Company's history In other ,, ... ": '
words, it hit meant that In 'S yean: 1 e",r! t4 StrIIdng"" snarler .a .. II
Rater led, M'bsgf' ,
TELEPHONES have nearly doubled
going from 224.000 to 432000. '

p \ RURAL TELLPHONES more this I ; Refreshingly

LONG tripled DISTANCE. from CIRCUITSmcresaedfrom 16,200 to 5,000. Q lvxvA.w hide kshdanl M.d.rn. new .j


M42 to 1,994.
IN ALL THE THINGS YOU 'WANT! '
I SERVICE, clearer faster tnd more '.: i :
Dress "'It4 .-
;, .,I i" -.... 1..11.. IeItil New outside! New Inside! Refreshingly rugged extri-durable Chevrolet con. :

the end II t tot yet in sight To meet the ,. : new 'in feature after feature! That'i itructkm; It brings you that more thrtn- ::
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. ; I- unprecedented demand for telephone wry1 _ _ Chevrolet for 1931! leg and thrifty Valve-ln-Head engine :
t ., Ice in town and on the farm, w< mutt goon I It'l America largest and fineit low. performance: for which Chevrolet b w

L t !' '. building contributing our full share U rQ =',s..,.'.rSlIlIr' priced car withrtfistinctive new styling, world-famoui; ft bring you comfort :

r .. the progrcti end prosperity of Florida.. "a,.. new front and rtlr nd design, and new feature after comfort feature and safety :
w That makes N important to lasts a financially America.Preferred Bodies by Fisher feature feature found '
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.'-. , healthy telephone company, his" And, with all ihete new 'hIn,.. Italia in Chevrolet and higher-priced can. _

; ,// 1: 'Z'H kftlarUa , r"lIS CeMwtPaM IIIIJ1rtft4. edw stoeftngle I brings you! the proved Mngt, when Come .la sit ate Chevrolet for J 1931 a.

; Y Uaitagrf make Chevrolet Amerka'i top car. . and youll agree k', Amerkifi =

I .' ..', It brings you extra-sturdy extraJagerf ass final jow."kN. 3
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The! UUI 11I1111 I J Il limn. .Neer. P..i.a wee .Mead ....... ..... Mla atataese wad... 4-LEADER-ENTERPRBE Friday, Dec.' 8, 1950 i
waellpasl .rAe eflayalmade pr.Ma.lte .. of OWM R. aeawra d Fu eM.Cftj. ., I I
LeftderEnerprtsc( I enter teyr artai" leas. Nee I II:. AltHMtt wee I "Mr. dtad aart. Nov.Mr ,X.at.." \ ".. Mad ..... r O ButUrdM ed praatdaat. of the I 1
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Anita ..... Orubfea. ttv.. 1 I I Mr... ..... ad III... R. L. BerryttOI eayt a pea. .... They will be ..-I LRADER-KNTBRPniSfi FrUar, Dte. g, ltt..| h'jI
year-oM daua>tar of Mr andMrs. have returned to Mr. and Mrs .... Alien, eaasaMMaad kv Mr Crouch mother -
Robert R. Orubb, undarweari all N. W. Ufbtb . af JaeJnssv Mir, elelted. I i
Mae Uvtoa c.tl Fort Howe of Mr and Mn St' ..
guests a Petersburg as
In and Jlround: I Doctors an aye ileanMal.Mn. ojsrattoi. Nov INV OallsafMed tag the SMnassa o: i thi bMker-M'Mw. week. wall Ma and ierrp....., War w t* Us bean Walingten. I C. r Waldron fur two daft |as|'till' \('r. Mr, Lola Scott of ./IF.. .I

their. way .... .. ..... Rap 1Ia-_ 'I'Iw' . --- --were wen-Mrs-- RekhdM- talRially .,. ... ..1 r
Ono Meu'ftaatth Is. ..- Chariottesvttla. are sa ending a vacation .
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perted to arrive today from aan ... lainhlar... Florid and Cube On -- 9
HomesteadNancy Grimm Oa. to spend the wfeaser. Mr*. R. K. the group caught 20 1
I with her _-*..w and dau..aler. > .. In the .North Canal a 1 '
Mr and Mrs. Joel J. RebtaOQ Mr and Kit. D. l '
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:t of 7. S. W. PInt st and ehlMrett, De.. and 101. Ben Renters, of
Deft,,)', have .., IIL, and children Jean
Sue II the name of the Mr. Robert Centner has bee The Rev and ten John H. high W C. to : and Billy have been \is- fBtt11eolS
daughter born Nov 16 to the 1iev. a patient la James Archer Smit Whitt returned Saturday from son's parent. Mr, I at the home of Mr*. Ken- Gain
sand Mn. Alfred E. Hedberg In'Jackson Hospital thin week Athens... Ala. where they visited W. Steveneon of 21 brother-in-law and abler,
Memorial Hospital Mr*. ( Mr. Whltt's mother, I-year-old Mr. Stevenson
IHedberg and the baby returned C, L Parsons of Chicago send Mrs. 0. W. Whitt of Ardmore. Lakeland Bible .. and Mrs. B. E. VWilen.
past week to their home on Co- eral purehaotng agent of the Pure Tenn under treatment In Powers pare for the *. R N. Caldwell has re d !t
smut Palm dr. after a stay: In Oil Co, ha* built a home on Na. Hospital for a broken shoulder I
(Miami at the home of Mr. Hed.berg' ranja rd between Silver Pain) Mr. and Mrs home after a short visit tAt.On t tffrJo
relatives In Gay, G. (
< parents Mr. and Mn. W. and Hamlln drives, and plan tar returned Sat-: arrived from
T. Hagen
>T. Montgomery. occupy it then he retire from M. was the winter at Julia Rhynerd, winter
urday to his home In Terrine
the firm with which he ha bees They were from Lanalng, hitch. was ;
IUcbardof.'i two-month In Baltimore 9/
{ P\t e, visited olJ connected 34 years Meanwhile after a stay Ella Dowen. a I week. f
treatment at John
(friend here this week while on the house Is occupied by Mrs Il for Prost, who will -
jfurlougU after two yean of duty P. French and family and How Hopkins hospital. Mr. Hagen was I Ida Smith arrived by \ '
Mn the Pacific area. He will report accompanied home by Mrs. Ha- Mr. and Mrs.
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Calway a boyhood Friday from Lakota la- to
( arid his sister, Mrs Louell of ,
Dec II to Springfield Mars Ian Waterbury
of Mr. Parsons
her brother-in-law and sla
Knight of Orlando. week to spend {
David Roger, 11-year-old eon I Mr and Mrs M W. Kent.
| Mr. and Mrs Edw. She of Rose I Ptrrine. i
fof Mr and Mrs H. C Rogers, 1* Kent continue critically III SfmpkChanging ,\
rd. are parent of a daughter born
}under treatment for the loa of Mr. and Mr*. Oabll'l."r.* home on Naranja rd.
Dee. > in James Archer Smith lOW yor ease by... L.L for All I ,
the are of hU left leg So far of HudsonvUle. .
(South Florida ipeclaliit haveI HospitaL In Prrrine at the and Mrs Harry Dowdy : y RtcordtAllSpttdtMltCO \ "
to leave today for their Jos t
been unable to determine the Mn, James B Hard, Jr of I ,lo-llw and b.
'cause of the condition. 101.-. James In Smith' Ferry, Pa. after I Ii.
Savannah and son, James, Ill friend and relative here e ' 'no.-. Never fj i
t Csndyce: Lee 'b the name of are visiting here at the home of Mn W. Worth ,i.- Ohik ti" before such exquisite r i
I the daughter born to Mr, and M-Sgt Hardy' parent, Mr, and .. car GMAC PLAN tine new to and Mn Paul Crouch of ';' twenty In smart blond I ,
j Mrs. Henry Prldgen on Nov. 21rn Mr. J. a Hardy of 910 N. W. I" week to be with Third it. expect to leave l .ru0 : _. vt'ftftft..uch tone J'J'I
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Archer Smith Hospital First ave. SgU Hardy U expectedto I
James arrive Dec 20 from Chatham who 1* iU.Mr for Fort Wayne lead. where J. and porfbrmance at UiUnulling I

{ W. Llndgren of Could Is'crittcsny Field to spend the Christmas holiday Immediate Service *. John Crouch packing, office houw manager, will ao for A low prioel F1Iyalilomatidoulll'tl.'Old. / J
t Ill In James Archer *. The viiton accompanied I i: underwent IUrer) t'p', -i' .,

jHoiptlal. J. B. Hardy home from I trip to Victoria Hospital ."............-.......... t I ? i super-emeiuveradioand. \. 11.
5 Mn T. J.-Redd of England I* S \'annah. " Reasonable Prices Mr and Sirs ARCHER SMITH :l Ism all yours for only .'.. ...

i a houie guest of her brother andsisterinlaw At home again on N, E. Third Miami have nosrrrAL NEWS: )
Mr and Mn. J. it are Mr. and Mr R P. Dell Quality Workmanship Into the Frank ...............".............' ,,. I t )
>'A. Rotherham. loser who spent the summer in doors on E. Birth r' $209.95
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Cherryvllle, N. C Life rd. Mn '
| Mn. Ferd Rltter expects to Mr and Mn Robert Wll
'leave today by plane to attend Newcomer here; : are Mr and N :, lx-yearold log their home son of Florida City, a son on
the golden wedding celebration Mr*. D. BarbarewlU pf Miami ENGLNE O\EEUAITL Mayer, parents of 1.
(lot her parent, Mr and MnChss. '. who own and operate I chicken 066116E Mr. and Mrs Wm. Murphy ,

: Lowe of Arcadia Ind farm on E. Blacayne drif o SERVICE two Mr children, and Mn of ., a Patients daughter on Dec 1 f A I II j ..1I

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PAINTINGBODY of 169 N. W ISlh ; Gordon Bryant, Na
AND o FENDER of a son born Ronald Willis. South MI- r r I
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front elmS Html for fulliwt of all rI 11
Technique of anesthesia bare REPAIRS: enjoyment records \ J .
proved to make possible surgical procedure I o Jo'M.nd AM radio at it.IxwUMutWn 1/J ..-< I t
t denied to the practitioner of the twenties A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO- ilepplewhiU{ ( cabinet !in gorgeous :
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electrocardiograph have sharpened ditgnoilic ikill*. PAY AS YOU DRIVE.e'd $309.95 +r .
Turing"of bc"blood sod urine l'ne.DotplglliliclDt! ,'. ?e 05' .. r ( J.... J. I
II' fact io chi physsciad'than ever before WRECKER SERVICE have ,
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continues to forge new chemical sod biological wetpotii
plenty of parking
to fight disease losulia for the management of diabetes Bird Chevrolet Co. 1 space
mellitus, liver extract for pernicious anemia tulfa drug,
: and penicillin are example Your physician and your I*} N. Krame Ave. and can take Phone -112 for Free Demonstration) !
pharmacist are alert to apply the improved pre* t f they become available. Phone SI : your own sweet time. .

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II 1 r r r r Social Events in South Dade . . r day ell-male Mo. CWw N/1M wIll( .k*.e(.'b wee* *Pi*Man .: FITZPAIRICK'S FINE FURNITURE

_led ot I o'rABt Alt. U ot thoyr
.hum or Mss 6da, LOH. *. Custom Built 8f Mahogany and Oilier Woods
Cbnct Work Chair Caal8l Roftol.ua: '
i JACKIE EVERETT UPLAND f.TA. TO MEET JOYCE EASTER AND! PRICE McCULLOUGH SKATING (::1..1.urn Car BbearM Dr. Reflate. ... P._ .....1
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WHO WILL WED GENE WEEKS DECEMBER 2Z Ctiorolo atactaf. 'by Mr. Lillian I TO WEI! DECEMBER 16 IN KINGSTON, GA. A 11I *ro o\fa *tJhi\ poo-

JvhMan and MlM Marl Baahor'i send by auAjfl Holler Club . ,.
1 Two bridal showers for Mill, ooffeo were aerved.Preterit fifth grade will be a feature of Mr and Mr. Hugh aster of law of the brktaonxM.... Thunday nito rye XediondDlrkt
tad. Christmas meeting of Red- Humoatead ere announotng \hiss A native of nomoatood, the ChoiyV 'f tic tttnerae' !
Jackie who will wed, "beaidoa* thoM .- I I
Everett I o'clock Thwaday bride lo-be llomoetoad
bnd P.T.A..t engognnenl and oyprooeMitgmonrtage attended building to ,A/| fends ,
One Week, were given recently Ikmed, were Mrs. Lnutae Ivfrrtt evening Clarence Gray will of their daughter Joyce High School whore eke belongedto Chrlatma* petal lee> ItiMte o'J l
'let the home of Mr. O R. Run- Mre. O a Rimken, Mr, llahnon direct group alaeing for which Irene, to Price McCullough, ton the Olrli' Athletic Association the Bradley ken on Naranja rd. I Keen, Mrs. Dan Conner, M* Mn. Gray will" ploy the Moorn.parti of Mr. and M..... John L. McCul- and took an 11.1Plrt\ In aport mentally banes children. I':
ClfU fit crystal' and thin were I John J. Hooker, Mr*. Butter 'ment. : lough" of HomMteod. The cere.mony The future bridegroom was Cracker JirH\ trend l will play
Vf of ford, Mr*.
:'preamled to lad nonoreo ot the Tyre, Mrs. Henry Mr. Roy W. HarkneM will will take pta* Doc,. 18 In educated In the ochoula of McMinnvllle for dancing f /hj 7:jo" \until midnight -
shower liven during Iho holidays llolll. Steele, Mr. Brown Phillips *. present I report on the ..... P.,I Char........, 8. C. AMmdonU will Tenn, and camo hero Ticket tie bptsiMble, from R t
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Mr l '
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by Mill Daphne Runken. Mir Mr Dan -, T. A. convention which she al- be Mr. and Mr*. T. J. McCullellllh ate year ago. He I II engaged In member Of \|'_ etvjD' of which
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Geraldine Lowla end Mill DrtlyTorbort Woodard, Mr Julio Wyatt. Mr* muted recently In Penaacnl. I' of Prrrine brother and sister-in- ere work.NAZARENE. Mia lUtherly! lAb it M pnsl.dent .
Chas. llennlngtun, Mr* M. U ---
Mill Arne txmn>burr
awarded! the In I Lambert, Mr. B. O. Dale, Mr' . fiROLT HOLMMINKIIN ./VI
was prlr
bridal contest Open-faro Mwkhet Walter. Bailey, M... Itey Cmp FRIENDS GIVE BIRTHDAY SURPRISE : BTlUf MUTING
and hot rhocoUU' were bell\, Mr. W. E. Douberley, Mr. PARTY FOR MISS PATTY JOAN OUTLAW A mlMlon atudy meeting was
served by the '-'-*. C. A. Milliard, Mrs' W. t, UM, held Tuesday by the Woman'sMissionary I l
Mr*. Oalo Willa, Mrs. Alice Society of HomeMead
Present, besides those mm Baker, Mr*. Lenabelle )Hall Mr, VIM Patty Joan Outlaw... Dilly Smith. I Church of the Nazarene
toned, were Mr*. John IXU, O. D. Hunt Mr. Leon limi r Misses Marlene and Arne Keen, Mr*. Chester Warford. Mr*. QlK party Nov 21 at the home of Mr. I McOarrah end Miss Juanlta t Ian, Mr. W. L. Chamber, Mrs
bar MlM Odom Barbara Miss Cooper Katherine, Mln Lambert Dar- bert Ogden, Mr. Cunt Ahder and Mr.*. Robert Perklni. Birthday Rohrer. Cass, Chamber. JltI. J. W,Jones. .
lion, Mr* Ronald Drooker, Mrl 101"N..1I1.* Rountreo, Mr*. Polly'
cake, candy, nut and pink
and Mug Loll
Qulnonot Cora Oorday, Mri. JUynxxxl lemonade aerved.Pretcnt Miflff tmtr. MoaJ.\N Murr, Mr. W. T. Lee, Mr*. Win.
Focal' point of the decoralivt Kugler, Mn. Onnlo tarter, Mr. were IIOK1 F.Kg TO V. W. A. nle Gordon, Mr*. Eett Hark
scheme" for the ntlarellaneaui Harry Adam, Mrs. David Shiver were Mr*. Jerry Mill, ness, Mr*. F. J. Six, Mr I. David
,shower Tuesday evening was the Mr*. W. L. Smith. Mr. rnnv Mir Claudia Campbell, Win Mill Joyce Morgan was hostess Fredrkk, Mr. Jack Stcpp\ and
.mirrored' fireplace before which Smith, Mr*. Raymond Creer, Mr.*. Jane Thurman, Miss Uolorei Dar I Monday evening to the Y. W. A M,?. D. L. Dowers
the brUe-to-t was seated to Mamie Lro Hllllard. Mill Alice nell Miss Mary Ann Lewis, MIN i of Pint Baptist Church n
'open her gift An arrangementof Warren and Jesse Oreer, Myrtle Boynton\ Mill Carolyn I Thon present were Mr*. JohnM. BAPTIST WOMEN RTt'OT
white gladioli and asters was Gift were aent by Mr*. Join Mitchell, Mill Ocnevleve Chand Whitt, sponsor, Miss Oar UtE OF IXJTTIK MOON
'placed on the mantel, and the Hewitt, Mn. Dora Ball, Mn. Ear| ler, Mill lieU, Carpenter, Wai. Stevenson, Mill Wanda Smith, Nra Howard L. Johnson of x
mirror above was centered with Duncan, Mr. Turo Albritton, Roberta Jean Rose Miss Ann Misses Margaret and Rachel Carpenter 004 N. Kromo eve was' busiest
1 white satin bow from which I Mn. Joe Kern M.... Jon John. Krlarr, Miss Johnnie McClnnli. Mine Jolyno Mock, Miss Nov. 30 to a study group of Pint
,were' impended three pink wedding -' ion, Mr*. H. H. Graham, Mn. Mill Rita Mao Perkins. MM Beverly Ruby tlalley, MlM Mary Jo Tcr- Baptist W. M. S.
bells showered with raindrops 'Ann Moody, Mn J. Leggett Kirk Outlaw, Johnnie Baker, burg, Mill Ann Horne and M n A covered dish luncheon
of rainbow tlnU. The gift! Philip Ream, Mr Nellie! Tor James. Marshall. Willie Home and 'I Effie Raclford. _was enjoyed. by 30.
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were presented bert Mn. Bob lloveland Mrt. 7L
Illlllord. a cousin of tho honoree Pete Morgan, Mri fry Hilton,
Winners In bridal contests wereMrs. Mn. Wm. Henkel Mr.. Maud Stuff Christmas Bird Well !
Julia Mn. Leo HII- . your
: Wyatt Mock, Mr*. Wm. McKlnney, N..
bard and Mrs. Pat Rock. Ada Morrli Mrt. T McKlnneV" r
Pumpkin and apple plo and Miss Ruby Bailey and Fred Lent ". Sh

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I MRS. GEO. CIUM MADE WORTHY MATRON I /; gAE tuaKE'(

OF AD ASTRA CIIAITER, EASTERN STAR fpR ilew.s


Mr*. Coo. Crlm was elected Mn. E. W Burton associate' matron , FOR
:, worthy matron of Ad A lira ; Oren C. Plckeni, aeuwleto\ DNp,
'.Chapter of the O. B. 8. at the patron; Mia Alice Macotnber, onb1 If, U 5 :
I annual meeting Friday evening secretary; Mr*. W. B. Cav' *_, cuP thoPaded R Ful ,Yeah fbIJ lii' IIIIIIrt to LITTLE-GIRL SLIPPERS;.. .

1 ''In the was chapter made hall worthy Jlmmle patron.Walker t'OIIdu"and treasurer; ;Mr.. Ceo Mn. Harmon Prescott Hobufl\ Ys Yr aP beer of wONDLAOIS SUM h :;Who 111111t ,"Where areth'1locoIIr WITH DOLL-SLIPPERS'TO MATCHA

Other officer* named were: Wood, aiaoclate conducing Z O old VI uM, 1 Inor0art a RIB p 1 \ \ tint, to mony'

4 $,ft,tOOme 0 tUP< Mboutllona other qutrlni In the NEW special treat f for little girls! '.,a pair of beau
I MRS. HOWARD ROYAL I IS COMPLIMENTED I taP' too emorl thnk +yItp Claiufi4, i/UK** .f your
tiful
rose'0' lippmHjut like mother's"forhetself and
WITII HRIDGE LUNCHEON: ON THURSDAY wit turret next f li/\1''irt directory.Soutfcefy .
4 thym'aid
j trpa cu bets {ape bslur' Ices d a tiny matching pair, "just like hers, for her
Mr" Ovid Sullivan and Jaenich, Mn. John Barker, Mn. od I.Nsrb
Thai. B. Combinore y ant r 10 doll! Cute as a button and extra dividend
Royal entertained, M..I Chas Carpenter Mri. Dwl ht t. stain 1J ; an ,
I brtdf luncheon Thursday at Wardlaw, Mr*. Adrian Jacoba, 1wll : '
selh d mis bird) ;aS
i Royal home In honor of Mn. W. E. Rhcney, Mr. T, Paul lion for the ,money.battel| pink,red and baby blue.

i Howard. Royal of Newnan, tla, Haley, Mn. John Frey, Mrt.. West u11in0Il0t / ONLY lit
nark guett of Mrs. Royal. Dee* Souile, Mrs. Wailer Wets, Mr. salt j
I oraUonowere In the Christmas L. W. Emit, Mri. E, L. I I' motif.Preteol. Mn E. J. Dyal Mra. A. E. White, II/I, hoer
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belde those men. Mr. Guy Miller, Mr*. H. t. He. fin Rdtr! ,9
I ,tloMd. were Mr*. John II. Hale, man*. Mn. R. II. Done, Mr. T. rrtlPft', %' BURTONS
I II, Mrs. A. DougtaM Tower,'Mrs. L. OMik, Nit: Rilph :JbrdHrt1 'M(*: ,
I L Hood, Mr W. R. Lounibury, W. E. )MrLendon "'rI. James n. : \ bell Telephoneand
Mr*. R. R. Klnard. Mr*. E. E. Dogner, Mr*. Paul Archer, Mr. s Teli9roph Company HOMESTEAD COMPLETE BET IIT I1E.
: Pacettt, Mn, Chat. J. Strohm, Vemon W. Turner and Mn. Oe a a a a
Mn. A, P. Arthur, Mr. Robert Preston n. Bird. ,
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; FULL COURSE DINNER Sunday, Dec. 3


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II .... (i'r.;:: __ .. l looks better, wears better and| f gels! like 1.00

I! ." ,,:' .. ". ., 'a finest silk. You will. like, glylnlf' nylon

I ili'. A arUo abut with tiny air hake. P1 B .4 / gifts .to your hubby because iht y meant I

( I .', rr.... wove ate. tho ,.1IrIII, fennlng *. % I 6Y far less work for you-no (robin,' block
lalereMtag. pallerae! attest Need
f;Ir ...' .. ,.' M Ironlnt." U.Iis. M* beer. U j ing or long-time drying I This SIi'rbtntaslI' I
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I .CHRISTMAS CAROL THEME OF birthday cake al the Nov Micelebration I LEAfER4lNTTKRPRI $ FtUaJ, ilea I, .* ..1 r
( OF MacDOWELL CLtffi AT UNIfiSltOMB.: of the tenth annhervary Dr. Leonard W. Hasktn I !
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I N the Mrrdt. ., Me w. LEE EXAMINATIONS
the .._. of the CMMMtceroi banter, AM....,., OeJI Cnoehr. j.sasiiHsn. VfbM arias were IMesai e ef p..- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING! SMyyard your" family' rtar4kvy
was told by Miry Lane I, Larry I. dford and Mcfaard Nor worn .by those taking part In thecandlelight Ur. Lt<,rand L. natkhIn \. P r r $a.Je-ftMllll I le a Leone now Let ut *JH4

..MacDonell at pert of a program nney Edward and Richard Mor- service, Mn Mark "L 1. ale ....... fl.ayesy .. IN a .... yaw his eonvmlenUyI j.
gn Christmas musk held n_, were presented tn I piano Hemmlngi president, Mrs LeRoy At i.MNW P... FIMa Sale or rent. 10 A. last Glade >eom. home wlttiporte .
dry' by M>...t. MMr. SIolur-1 desk A9agRapsnirtlM wwe rWaa U Mi*. W A. Bryant. Mr. ]! 4 glade 8 high. pin*. 2 cltv' cochere and ......
'at the .he*** of Sandra L.a played by Mr*. Clarence! boy; lAIra I H. Own. Mr Maud. : .tot*. ft. W. Brittt. Oen. Del. freewd.. gasdea and. 41iNirt.
Five-year-old Daniel Gray club sponsor, and Polly Holden. Chandler Mrs J. J Hooker, Mrs I Mixed BANTAMS Toe .... It (p111For ) you" will redecorate, the *** (.
Meg. "Santa Claus It Coming to I I Cake and punch wart served Roy E Witteawylar, tin. Frank. GENE COONEYSigns I Card of Thanks all M take. Me gash. Irene only S4W88. '
Town". Carol Roberts. accordionist West Mrs. (Edith Kirk pad M,.. 474-M-2. (d1)) sate: 8-beeVoom oompMekyfiayejsahed geUANOR FftOKHEA, rVM7 1";
played a Christinas medley, I CANDLC-UCirr MTtlANMIEKSAKY MAiic A. L Campbell { W* wlah to thank our MIIII.I IS mm KODAK (mlb eUcbmMrt > ejppjcoe. home oidoukes 8 Ftafter. Ph.8bedrtoM II .
;and Billy Meffner presented 9 OF w..c. Ouectc of the group were ban and friends for tilt many leather lot with bearing frut| ( I,1
guitar. number Piano 1,10' were I Achievement "f the Silver\ I member of the Perrin W 3C.I kindnesses shown ua during Uwillnap N$. Ph. BW-R-I oarryinfcaae. (d8-ll) tree Prise ....* Pk. Mary BOMM 1M t
played by Linda Ivev, Dorian I Palm W 1C 3. were markedby S. who presented the Surer Palm ill S. It,...., Hensntead and at tit death. of James Dtcktnaon evening at .'''.1. ft, N. W. KNh ot on, now I IML ; .
'D VU. Coy Lou Orennell, Sandra the Hunting of candle on a 1i det.1. with a birthday cake A, Daudierly Moving to Miami', no place. to 8Mioe mj. Jordan ret broker Ph.. ftrwl tot .... Htone-l i,
MRS. MAISIE DAUGHERTY store these ,
things priced very )
or M8-W. (ltfl
CARL TWEEPELL I efceeft! I Model) A panel truck, QuieheN relief.. for hl h-oos_- f. '
I I'41 Packard Clipper. 1 bow New I-bedroosn modern fyinsd !
I wilts to living" blue*-your own garden,
thank rwlfribon and and S motors, aartfen tractor and house, Orange rd, BOO f1OU'"m ,
friends,, fruit and poultry This |-'*'
member
especially el l
all atlasle w its 1 power .lawnmower of King Hwy. between Radii I
the Baptlit Church, the other. article too namer.as room lodge on cleared I acre. and Richard rd. $2.780. M. UMueller. :'.
plus &ISO' broiler houM, with electricity -
and T. E. I,. Claai for the P1.t"'l to O. (pdt '
Moirtflomery
Mention. a !
and flowing water U the
kinrlnmM shown ua during my ;
M E Wilaon'l
J't at Avocado
rouilenre. '
; ) illness, for Thankaffvlnf" dinner dr *t MrMinn rd. Phone place la a section you will. be Lovely I-room home on I acrei
and the other food and ftow... M4-W. proud to live In. $1,000 or maybe In Radlend Just oompIeUd. I ,
\ <\ etc H will be loot reanenab eed. (pM) lees, will give possession. Or bedroom with walk-In cedar ) 1
MRS. A. J. VAN MARTH1: SWAP SHOP ha stucco white would you like la submit law an closet with cedar-lined. storage>
paint 19 per 100 pound; corner ash Awaiting your calL above; cedar linen and shirt i
I The parlor and member. of fit. cabinet $I': new. chairs "11. ELEANOR FKOSCHfH.. Reatto closets. ; fireplace with heatalalor; .
CI.flSi Paul'i Itnptltt Church thank dinette sets, chest of drawer,I i 247 S. Hagler Ph. 2I-| kitchen with aU Hot Point Ap. i
Ruthef ()Hufui SuHlvan, M... large knotty pineaorrlo
cocktail chairs, tool, dishes, pots, Desirable lota-all kinds Phon pllances) perch
Department Store; Itomeilead enclosed' also glass ,JslousUs i
paM end other Item Come In )
Mary Dickinson evenings at '''-.1,
d Furniture Co, Croaky Grorrry, ''
throughout, the bath with
and brow. around. (dl) :
) Erhoe Jordan, reg. broker, PK
Mr Morrom Maxwell Durton'l glass shower. Some fruit tree '
i
Department Store and others for Christmas GIFTS, 40 APRON9 at 76BJ.Erhoa. and royal palm CU 981-M for !',

f their donation toward our church' r,1 each, mlacetlenrouii Items. Jordan .... broker, has appointment (n-IO-U)
drive. Alain to Mr Rufus Sulllan T37-J-3. (dl-19)) I 3-bedroom home near schoolon i iMlacellaneous

thanks a million Plant*- palm tree, phlox nice deep lot with tree. Only. I :
REV F. C SMITH Pastor
$1,995-terms. Ph 709-J. +
larkspur and Queen Ann.
Gifts for Sweetheart LUCILLE STARKS, Sec.!
lace Mrs N. P. Walker, 1101 N. 2-bedroom home on Old Dixie Will finance grower who ha 10 I'
f E.: First ave. Ph. 65, Homestead hwy, Qould Hardwood floor, or II A. of land and machinery 'J
4 For Rent (dl-l) porUteorhere double garage with for share crop Ph. 809.J. ((48)) : ,

Gifts for Father enclosed room stationary laundry SEE ALEX LANim for win i
For rent: Room with kitchen Order your holiday turkey now. tub. Kitchen recently remodeled
privileges SII N. W, Etchth: at Deliveries In Homestead area. Furnished or unfur drilling. N. E. Klngi lUghwty.\
(pd8)For ) Webber's farm, Phone 787-11-4' nlihod. Immediate possession, Ph. 831-R.\ J

dl-21)) See owner, It U Scott, Goulds, WK DO'sellabl..estd repalnng, '
for \ rent: All-clectrle apartment. (n ITotIJ ,
Gifts
Mother Wood Jewelry McCrory"
Ph. 509-W. (dltf) ) 85 gal drums removable top*. $2
each 6 for 10. Pin Ridge eade. (.UII)
Intoskatlngly alluring For rent: small| apartment al I Poultry, Palm dr. Ph. (26-J. t
fragrance captured)in ai' + 848 N. W 8th ive. J. JI. Rob- (pdltf)

gem like bottle Jewtt.itylchiitMtin Gifts for Brother cr1. (dl-l) For tale: Stevenson double-bar Why Not Buy Now? Tires Wearing? "

'lined caMi., ,, For rent--atore building 25 x 80 reled hammerlcM SHOTGUN,\ !
ft at 137, Interaction Krome 2 boxes shells Reasonable Ph. 2-bedroom frame home living 19 rear of expert\ 'sr. la tease :
I One-quarter' 75 and Flagler ave. homestead Mn 456-W. (dl!) room dining room, kitchen, and wheel allfBiM-nl. Maney t
Gifts for Sister M. P. Walker, 1401 N. E. Fin! bath JALOUSIED front porch. bark If net aatWIcAlaU
ave. Ph. 65. (dl-$) ginger SEWING MACHINE, desk 'Include water heater gas 4 I
r type cabinet, good condition itove, electric refrigerator **4 dynamic wheel Ml.anclnf !
t ,l WHIT( 54 COAT as AI Tti bee"Odylmd'j 2-room unfurnished apartment- Ph. 744-X-W. (n4-tf) Price. $3,200 with ONLY $1300 will rare thai ear I

I electric lights, bathroom. Edgar lawn payment Convenient tlbraUaa. BpsrUl st .S....
j Gifts for Baby Barber Redland rd. about 2 African violets, Urge epistle term on balance.FURNISHED nalertal |1..1......
j r plants, begonias, blooming
blka. math of Mowry. (dl-tf)
Christmas cactus budded on S-bedroom CDS. Rod sad trader Mork ,. !
Small efficiency cottage for rent night blooming cereus, Mr. All electric kitchen. Attached dlarrlmlnatlng melarlsU al
'furnished. Farm Lit.'rd. near Maud Chandler Silver Palm dr. breezeway porch and garage, reasonable .rlrea. ,

{ ,,,Haunting scent its a Blncayne. dr M. W. Fryfoyle.dltf west of Tenn. rd. Ph. 447-J-l. On lot 120 ft. x 2R1 ft. TOJ'ALPRICE : Mhrel.
four ounce Ves we straUhlM bent *.
dirtincdvclyfgolnnebplds ( t4 .In fact, gifts for everyone ( ) CONCRETE BLOCK! ell strait I $1,800 with I'l down. .be, .'

Esquisiuly puluged. '.room apartment for couple, nruce's Block Co., Narsnja, Fla ,
... 300 can be found here. ': p: I completely famished Beaton Phone 571. 2-bedroom CDS home, screened
'Complete vhh stomiter,,, ;
I with fire
M only. 828NW 2nd Ave (nl7-tf) porch, living reom Sec Elliott at
"" For lale: Winchester model 73 place dining mom, kitchen
'r' j5 acres: ; high ;;d 22-callbre clip magarlne target bath. SEPARATE 2-car block ARTS PAINT SHOP
tract on Halnlln dr. Phone rifle with Lyman sight Reasonable - garage $3000 down with $47

/ .2J1-W-J. (nlOtf/ ) Ph. 187 or 2B1-M-4. (ofllf) I monthly FIIA payment 507 N. Krome

FOR EASY For sale: All varieties of mango I
D F'or Sale-MiscfllaneousSPECIAL ACKEAGE
,,,P tkit afurUihttttmul. ;. tree, $125 per 100. Brooks. -
nth '. ANn COMPLETESHOPPING Tower Nursery, ins fm12-U) RADIO REPAlR-QuIck; sorvlte.AU 'I.
.Saturated withophbtiatemktMlnk. I l.-acre hometlte. I acre scarified
\ J.
1 Price
-Table lamp com work guaranteed.
... . ". Burdlne KIDDY cool', .Irfoamrfuttress. with septic! } tank Installed\ ,
TRY plcte. 525. Merchandise Mori raaspnable.! Hoberr J. Brook*,
200 u I t 201 N. Krome. (d8)) In use a monthverellent *.. HAMMOCK.nalwce' IP Choice, .nWUTIfUL location', "Riberta-Yd"'lUlH: north cf Palm .
Flew ona MitJxrlouiccf condition. Ph. 11I-W-I. Dr. Florida City r>h. 6S4-W.
16-cu. ft. used Bishop Freezer, (nlO-tf) pear Homestead. Price $1,000. I
Nod condition very reasonoble.cu. Expert watch and Jewelry repair.
ft Drepfreeie re,. .248.50.( DAMP CHASERS will keep S-acre homeslto Just oft Red Ing, All work guaranteed Nell's
floor sample, $200. Harris Rcfrl- dampness out of your piano. land Road with 2-ecre scarified. I IS 9. Krome Phone III. (ol4-tf)
The DIXIE DRUG Piano tuning and repair Chas
Iteration Co. 140 N. Emma Ave. Total price $1,600.
Ilelger. Ph. 1172. PATCHING. Work-
PLASTER
I
Ph. 106. (<18))
4 ...Cota-nerftniUleta- four II ARE YOU INTERESTED IN I guaranteed. Francis 'Fox Pb
RUBBER IIOSR, than 8
cryttakkar glare to grac ,00 lbo,'* 24-Inch BICYCLE that has more A GROVE 847-J. (18-tf)
carloads In Miami stork Every
First
i ,your vanity dirtier.Sifter been ridden very BICYCLE little 120; 1 kind and every sire for every Mere AVO- HARDEN Hauling, landscaping,
boy's 28-Inch nearlynew Deautifut young
4f bottle lop... .33 2100-efftf. forced draft purpose-fire, suction Irrigation, CADO grove Price 7000. topsoil potting soil, land rock
;
spray welding air 8 top-quality,,i fill Ph. 243-R Writ Rt 2, Boa
Browdcr lNCUBATOR had brands of garden hose Our pricesare LIME and ..-.... 1I0m..d.I .
only one hatch $150; 2 Browder Mature 10-acre I
Phone 30 We Deliver amusing Inspection Invited I .
battery BROODERS In excellent AVOCADO grove on NARAN.JA
PAINTING and DECORATINO,
Amazon Hone and Rubber Co., r
condition 125 each. Ph. Homestead 'I ROAD. Price $15,000. ,
I Interior end citerlor. McLean.
3048 N. Miami ave ph. I"SM.
L--- 474-M-2. (pall) (.sl3-tf) I Terms I Phone 748-R. (Pd31i >

For sate: Ice box and medicine RESTAURANTEstablished i We buy, sell and trait gun and

r=- -- - .. .-. ..".- - -. - ,- cabinet. Ph. 233-R-2 Mrs Six We nUT and Sell pistol of all kind. Nell'l IS S
(dll) restaurant on U, I I Krome. Phone 118. a4-U)
I COURSE DINNER Burlap Bagsand 8. 1 highway. Good location.
FULL.
I FOR SALE Income during the first year 1: We buy .M gold. Teeth old ring I
.Family Style Serving One car Best Certified Canadian Cotton Hairs should for Investment : watches, etc. Nell'., IS 8. Krome.
Whole Florida Lobster Bliss Seed Potatoes. In bushel pay Phone 118- (ol4-tf>
AIM lIa..III..nCr. -'
Chipping crates. Ready to plant. GROVES & I
af all kind. GOOD BUYS on I
GLADE GROVE SUPPLY CO. '

!; Eat all you ''want for (Brol d-wlth Butter Sauce) (dll) A.B.C. Bag & HIGHWAY PROPERTY Wanted

I. Thoroughbred cocker pup ready RICHARD FUCHS I Good homes for four kittens me
.' Soup Juice, or Sea Food CocktailSalad '
1 ti $1.25i for Christmas gift. Dam I II Crate Co. Registered Droker one three month" old,
I I and'I Vegetable Lady Blackdale sire Champion I th:11e one almost
i i I Children' Portion 141 N. W. Sh Ave Miami -,
A&,Induced\ Pat Bob Lee of Jlilador Worth $ Phone 12-2371 John IL Hale and Fats Bofner three month old. All ere healthy
I D>*srrt.( .nd'Coffee or Tell but> sell for $35. Ph. 474M2.d8) Registered Salesmen and active with good disposition

Menu Service ( ) Come and see them. Mr*. Walter
Conventional $1.35 N. FWeral Hwy tide
I 1111 Dents, second house south

; .available preferred, Good Health Phone Ill P.O. Box 1(1 of Eureka Drive one-half mil
I writ Pf Cutler Road or tint house

:SUM & AMY'S RESTAURANT The Lobster House The Keystone of Happiness Member o| Commerce of Chamber I highway south passing side glade at Eureka perrlne.east of(Drive U. S. No.after dU 1,

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Redland 'Camp Homestead u, a. 1 at Perrine Course,( of treatment outlined to suit - - I
U. Next
S. 1- to .
If you have property for sale or
individual
-I III your requirements. want to buy i home, grove or st9nSlIerman

MASSAGE: General and Corrective acreage Ph, 632-8.

Breezeway Drive;ln Seminole TheatreTWO CABINET BATHS: Steam and Vapor Mary SOS Stadbr 8. W. Krome, Rejr.Terrace Broker MarksESTAVERIONG\


II COLONIC IRRIGATION; Modern equipment MONEY TALKS For 88.7M .
SHOWS DAILTi I M 8 F. M.: rhee* Ne. )T1 ,
........011 Frln. fid Tat Isel.ded.nauren SATURDAY pad SUNDAY ,..u._ I MO ItAdelkH WE OFFER A IAFE, SENSIBLE REDUCING PLAN all caih you can home buy a S-bed-double

1 Free With rirenta.B ,4......' ftlgkl. Old| MaUnee ((1W 8 n. nv). 19*. room furnished on ,
) toer? Twl"! AtonHUd Chadresl. .... .,.. leI ten II .wale, I'". (Tn taeI.....) corner tot Fireplace to garage
J. C. Rinnie K. screened porch. Close everyrthing.
slew BUrta 1:98: Simpson Simpson
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*. Office Oaaaj : Bee Echoe: Jordan, n,. I '
Led Tlmo Tedan "Wemaa On rift II". "De tlna>l.a Harder' LAST TIMES TODAY! "CONVICTED'LATVRDAY tlere4! Maaaeir Registered ....... broker. Ph. T8I-J. MOTORS INC.
FU.
SATURDAY, Dee Rsu $- aPII Feature Fregnm Appointment Only. Phone 116-W. 2-bedroom frame home on I llemeiteadj!

GEORGE BRENT. VERA'RALITON, BBIAW' AHEHITE In JOHNVY MACK BROWN la"OUTLAW acres In quiet tropical setting AuthorizedDQDGE.FLYMOOTH

"ANGEL OP THE AMAZON" GOLD- porches near ,Homestead, ,chicken I screened house.
IMit and k And LEO OORCtV and THE: BOWERY BOYS In garage I
ALLAN !lcd,
tlo See Echo
RIDERS"rBlackJrk" Price W.2M, term '
.' "SALT LAKE "BLUES UUST )lS" Harry Markowitz. Jordan, rag broker. Ph. TtBJ.Flu. III. rub Service ,

SUNDAY sad MQMDAT. Deb l'.ll 'V-OAf M4 MONDAY! DM. 11-Il City S-unlt )house $I M. E-Z gk .. Flatter_Mu 178 J

TAMES : WTNTERS DAN DURYEA It JAN POWELL: R. MONTALBAM, ANN HAHDJNQ (Ia term Owner 2300 S. W. 11th JI
S"EWAR"W1NCI 73" "TH'O WEEKS WITH LOVE" st, Miami.' Ph. 48-M32. (n24-tf)

AIM WALT DISNEY ANIMATED( MUSICAL Added: CarUe gad rates NeyTVEIDAY ..

"MELODY TIME" aM WIDNE8DAY, Des 11-1}- SuppliesPipes
Ed. L. Branam's Funeral Home
TUESDAY pal J WEDNMPAY, Deb 11-13 JOAN CAUU1EL0. ROBERT CUMMINGS In

DAN DURYEA, GALE STORM. HERBERT MARSHALL In "THE PETTY GIRL" Valves Fitting 81'CCERSOt TO TltNER-S .,

"UNDERWORLD STORY"And Added: c-4. CanmVaSDAI' -.
LEO GORCEY and TUB: BOWERY BOYS In ad FRIDAY. Dee ..tIII PLUMBING FIXTURES 24-Hour Oxygen-Equipped: Ambulance., ;
"HOLD THAT BABY"THURSDAY Alr-Condition Chapel
ERROL FLYNN PATRICE WYMORE. SCOTT FORBES In ; i
and FRIDAY, Pee. ,4-IS I "ROCKY MOUNTAIN" II Soil Pipe and Fittings ti

BUD AIIBOT'I'-LOU COSTELLO, PATRICIA MEDINA In Added: Gasses Caa dy. Pan.ent Nawi.Cmi I Cremation

"Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion" 370 S. Dixie Hwy. Off LeJeune Kd Coral Gables
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JAMES Homestead
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I 'OMAN'S\ CLUB PUNS FOR CHRISTMAS worker It r iIer ....;r 11 ft-l.HADKIlENTKIll'RIgE Friday, D c. S,1I'
Supply Chewer atwfce oo htaworkajftong _
BUFFET SUPPER DEC. n 'OR HUSBANDS .
; *.lf.Mta. Mra. Oww4aoo,, Let Us I -
Redhead DIaCrIet drslewwro of, I
I, 'Membsa of Woman' Club o( NeuWf dMonttac eomrittet. civilian deHoei, poke on IDeal
Homeric*! will entertain their IE.Loute a PolIte, home mlaaton Os/eees. I
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r "husbands *t I Christmas buffet Repair Your '
I topper DM, IT, In the clubhouse'
PRINCETON CLUB HO)LDS CHRISTMAS[ \ I 1.-
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N W 14th at, It WM decided B r Bt I B _
It a business meeting Tuesday PARTY AT HOME OF MRS. LOUNSBURY
wealnc. Toys and clothing will I Car &
be brought (or Christmas'jiving Christmas candlet end the garnet and slush.. Uemben ea. AMERICAN "( ;
la needy youngsters, singing of arils created a holiday changed gifts and prevented tapeclal / with Waves ofGrem'Homestead
'Mr James D Fathers WM gift to Mill Olga Kent Wea/Jlk AGRICULTURE
tmoapher at the annual
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named chairman; Mr Ovid Sul- assistant county agent
liven, co-chairman; and Mn H. party of the Princeton Home Denvonatratlon Favors were red-lacquered ExpertV\ ork i
E Hcmana,, Mrs. E. J. Dyal Mn Club Tuesday at the walnut half-ahelli, each holdinga i i -. .- -.
Henry Crewdaon and Mn Bruce horn. of Mrs. Lynn LouniburyMn .] lighted green candle. Cake and
A L. Campbell directed cot fee were served. On AIIlfakesThurman\ i
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JVLE HOMESTEAD..The annual rAKTf Christmas CLtB TUESDAY SLATES party of MRS CIIAS EWING HONORED AT SHOWER I School Cafetorium-Thurs., Dec. 14

a Homestead Home DemonitraUon GIVEN IN l'. mUNE COMMUNITY! \ HOUSE I II I
Club will be held Tuesday. Motors 8 P. M.
"Th rommlltM In charge ofrranaemonta Mrt Chat Ewing of Perrlr I OUU were placed In a dt'QI I .
Mn. James B. was compllmcnled by Mrs W. 'orated bassinet. for presentation \ I
"patherree Mn, H. E. Heman and and to the honoree. Prlzet In the contests Hudnon Sales & ServiceI
Pryor Mrt H 6 Aldrlditr
tdr.. Lawrenr J. WIIHama, attended were won by Mrs. Pearl
the Nov 28 Chriatmai with a shower on Nov 10 In Per. Shaw, Mn. J H Otalager and B FUfler Fk. Ill '
party of the county council Ine community house. Mrs. Od Mia Alice Perry, YOtl
i hiKISTMAI PARTY SlATEDTODAI' Zachry and Mrs. /. W Pryor Cake and coffee were served to : ARE CORDIALLY INVITED !
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assisted In directing garnet the SO present WANT ADS FAT 1 II
BY REDLAND CUB
"Sifts will be exchanged around -- T'I

member i decorated of Redland Christmas Home tree Demonttratlon by-I You and your friends are cordially leges have worked tide-by-gide to

Club today. Christmas '
Parly arrangement art being Invited to join with us as"We Salute make this land of ours the greatest
nwde by Mn Marshall Stcdcr
lilts, Robert Amldon, Mr. Frank
Nowlin and Mrs, Athens Trlnum, American Agriculture" and to agricultural nation on earth!
GEOirr Turkey ShootAt
BAPTIST lJTETl'lJt
PARTY DEC tl I be among our guests aa we present .
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In Redlind Fruit and Spire ,
Park on Dee. 28 the First Baptist I! the 'great Technicolor motion picture : ; Although the tickets are complimentary -

Christ-as East Campbell Drive Rock Pit .
x.I'reUminary plant were mid "Watts of.Green". for' the. first time ;i' all seats. are reserved. To
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the Rev, Leon Northrop and our.o o complimentary
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Christmas\ devotional aervlre wa Sat. & Sun.
oonductod teller Open-fare by Mrt. Sarah sandwiches n.., Dec. 16-I 7 htory of how farmers, farm industries ticket, just salt| us on the telephone,

aerved cookies, candy and coffee were farm scientists and farm write us a letter or postcard or best

Present, aim, were Mr*, Chat
Oi Mrs Martin ON"., Watson Mn ,Ora Mn Frawur, J. F., Starting at 10 A. M.\ Both Days educators in 'our, Land-Grant Col of all-stop in.Growers' .

Deck, Mn. J, R. Dyrum, Mn
Leon Northrop Mn J. L. Callahan Grand
Mn Lull Fitch Mn W, 0 , Prize 25-lb. Turkey .
t Home Mn Kathryn FltwraldMn .

May. Mint James, Mn S. LN McCrracly.Fread, Mn Mn Plenty of Turkeys and Chickens

Saundera Martha Nelll and Mn. Chriloy Equipment Company .

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MrETS AT WOOD HOME Sponsored by the 215 S. Ave j
Flagler ;, Homestead Fla.
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i the Rodland District Lions & Florida City Kiwanis Clubs, .
Bible" was continued by the .
I Silver Palm Young Adult Fetlewshlp Phones 302 and 303 r''e '
for Youth work and Christmas Party *
Monday night at the .
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J Wood of Oouldi. Mr and Mri Donation .
Howard Croup reported on the $1.00
: yourui adult council meeting !
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