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: December 29, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00745
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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39th Year No. 52 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA>A, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1950 Price 5 Cent!





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PARKWAY FOR LcFrbirc May Lose Eye Time for a Crack Down DEFINITELY TO BE CONSIDEREDSAYS
750 Overflow ChurchTo From Hums by Add .

Probable lost of vision In 4II1C The people of Homestead are in the mood for

OVERSEA ROAD eye Febvre war owner suffered and by operator Elmer La 01 a crackdown on traffic: violations-from parking COUNTY? PORT DIRECTOR

Key Neon Signs, Friday afte. to speeding and drunk driving. The death of Bobby ;,

Mourn Bob noon when a fire pot exploded Morgan in a collision at a school street intersection -
Morgan a* he wa soldering metal letter throe days before Christmas made so
ASSUREDTallahassee the everyone
NOW LtFebvre was splashed on QUERIED AS TO REACTIVATION
face neck and left eye with mulatic heartsick that there is a public clamor for safer

acid, which U used In ,the driving, alert police supervision of traffic and less

soldering process. H* was take leniency for violators.
Auto Collision Victim Dec 21 The tint to the local hospital the TilE WEATHER: Homeslead Air Field halgroat
Oversea Parkway comet Into to Jackson Memorial Hospital In The and be
police to the
department are In future
mayor poaslbllltie near
Miami for treatment by speclsUU. (\tfIolol .,.ttr agar wi Uoo ...........1 .
being by grant ol the Internal commended for installing eye-level stop signs at sone.t ........ M-.... rl.na ,' A. B. Curry, Director olDede

Improvement trustee to the state some street intersections That. was r a, much- -n.u--' ih'MIO' ,i .... I County Port Authority, toll]
park board tt moat of IU holding Dec.21 Tl 41 IOU
An assemblage eitimated .t( needed p in the right direction. Mayor Living- 1_ II. .._ Tl 41 JO.IT the Leader-Enterprlao' yesterday
and
TSO persona overflowed First DEDICATION along the Florida Key 3 SENTENCEDFOR ston indicated yesterday in an interview that he Dee. 23 ...' ..Tt 60 30.15 I when queried a* to the rumored

Baptist Church of Homestead bordering the Overseas Highway would have policemen stationed at the intersection Dec. 14 .. .. Tl 4t 1010Dor. early reactivation of the former
The board plant to make thla on* .25. . .. Tl 47 1007 military base, Curry 1* chairman!
afternoon funeral of
Sunday er- of the world' unique drive, con-' Mowry and Krome to direct traffic during busy Dec. }8 .Tl 4t 1005 of a committee of
vice held for Robert Earl Morgan OF BAY PARK taming natural beauty of the' SHOOTING ,, 'periods of the day He says it I 14 inadvisable to Dec. IT. It 41 SB.I Ian and military expert topflight who civil.wilt
who died at 1010: Friday tropics and continuous views of I install a traffic light at this because traffic -
cornet; meet In Miami Jan 4 to determine;
the Atlantic ocean on one tide'
night of Injuries suffered five
and the Gulf. of Mexico on the would be backed up unnecessarily in the heart of the. readlnei of airport for use
hours earlier In a two-car col- SET JAN. 20-21 other. DEER IN PARKThree the business district for 'much of the day TOMATO MARKET In a crisis.
llslon. In the same church ten Public fishing and bathing Curry said that HomesteadField

months ago he abed to be mar- facllillei will be provided. The I Police surveillance of the intersection of SETS AUCTIONS definitely will be studied

red to Mia Margaret Darn, park board, headed by John I Kromo and Eighth st. to break some motorists! of by the committee, designated! .l

daughter of Mr and Mr. David Homestead Bayfront Park will Pcnnekamp of Miami also D'I men convicted of HlfRM the habit of running'through the stop signal l of Tssk Force u, which has jar*
to Include vacation cottage and TWICE\ WEEKLYBeginning \ completed studies' In 11 elUt
Barnes be dedicated In a gala two-da lodge facllltlet at lOOn ai the hunting In Everglade Nation the traffic light also is contemplated. the mayor The group, one of five co-o|Iwr.t.
Bobby Morgan, ton of Con- celebration to be held Jan 20 and stats and national situations permit . Park were sentenced by Federal said Best of all he said : Ing In a high-level national study
'datable Tuesday Jan 1 1tomato I
and Mr Pete Morgan, 21, according to P.rk Superintendent Judge! Gao W, Whltehurst I In by FIN National Security Ret
would have been 21 year* of age auction will be held< source Board la
Wm. Radford. The Overseas Parkway will Miami to .serve alx-month I In "We must do everything possible to prevent reported to have
on Jan I. tart, at Lake each Tuesday and Thursday et asked that all airport be readied
.The Postponed from Labor Day, Surprise, on the Jail and pay a $::100 fine on carts accidents that kill and cripple our }people. You can for
fatal collision occurred at edge of the Everglade National Florida City State Farmer Mar- use a* quicklys possible.
810: Friday 'afternoon at the Intersection the celebration originally called Park, and; continue down the of three count. .Judge' WhltehumIhcq say that recklosa drivers and drunk drivers will be (Homestead Field could be mart
of N. W, First ave. and I for a two-day power regatta and Ken almost to Key West suspended Iho Jail scntoce given the limit when they are brought before me itt, announce Manager C. 8. ready for use within one mouth

Sixth at, according to Police a gigantic barbecue or fish fry, and the fines on two counts and In mavor's court If I can't give them enough I'll Phillips Daily auctions are I at a cost of from $300,000 to 9400E
Chief Wm. F. Brantley. Morgan The program I I. expected to Include arhedulrd a* soon a* the crop OlIO, It I I. .estimated by
wa returning to help with the music, boat races, water; put the three under thive-y' turn them over to the county courts where it will volume JuUfies.Buyers familiar with the act-up.person

holiday rush at Jim Sharp skiing exhibition and other attraction FUNERAL TODAY probation he a lot easier for them to lose their drivers'licenses" are already flocking In The! 1.200-acre base, built at e I
Clothiers after having gone hometo *. The celebration will be I ricsdind guilty to killing a and setting up their machinery In cost of $DOO.OOO, ha three 150 i
dress to aerve a* an usher at sponsored by the = :ttron parka I FOR MRS. SWING\ ; buck and threo, dues, carrying preparation for the season, Philips foot by ,000 foot runway con
the church wedding of hlf sister department -o wit loaded guns, and using an airboat The and police department will have (ay*. The nsw market shed strwted on a natural bedrock
mayor
South Dade *ervic, club and In the park were Clarence a.> I.| nearing completion.GROWERS' .
Joyce, to Pfe Wm. Stevenson, foundation estimated to 'be 10
USMC. civic organisations. PIONEER OF 1910Funeral Melvin Brown, Wayland Dermrand the whole-heaited! support of the community In feet deep It also ha a perimeter

Slated for the park' mile and Ted Smallwood, Jr. take to reduce .
A date for the Inquest has not commer any measures they our traffic taklway 80 feet wide.
three-quarters of ocean front are clal fishermen of Chokolnske! \ SOIL Of
been set Since the accident victim services for Mrs Hugh ) carnage. the original three bins
professional and amateur out- Island The arrest were made b, hangars, valued al f214,0uo each,
wa the son of the constable }f. Ewing of 71 N. E. Eighth st
board races, inboard race, and Edw. P Sto|>hanic, assistant chief only .
one remain" Diie collapsed
,working out of Peace Justice will be conducted at 1.30 this SAYINGREPORTS
Vernon Turner' office Turner cruiser and pram races. afternoon In Branam funeral ranger, and Edwin C. Winte, park New Year Day Holiday; ,! and one was razed) alter the 41
warden The off!. SUICIDE SEEN
two arresting
The huge salt water swimming hurricane which
has disqualified himself: from chapel by the Rev. F. J Lotllch damaged virtual'ly
holding the inquest and It will pool, 350 feet In diameter, Is opento rector of St. John' Episcopal :::1tehlt; at the. Schools Kc-opcn Tuesday t ASKED{ JAN. 15 I every building at the ba*.
the public from" 7 a. m. until Ranger Earl ScmIngsen. Many of the buildings hsv
;} be conducted by Peace Justice O Church./ Burial will b* in Palm. IN FINDING OF All business will\ 'b* IUR.-nded ,
B. Sutton of Coral Cable, dark, Radford uy*. lifeguard Cemetery at Naranja. Mr-: Ewing I here Monday tor observance of 'bent repaired and are In us.*. j
I la always on duty By..Jan. 3, the park > January 19 I'I the deadline to Ud Ulcl Toiolnav Jne. .*.
atrvae.4f41 Jlii4.
According tothe/ pollce'svport/ '' .., .... died Wednesday to. Jf matArctier ; the )lell. Y..r holiday, \r..., eoH'eon
nport"thlr
Morgan was driving! Knit/' 'oa .T ;"' Smith Hospital ,after. a long UK .. .gay hare on-duty IUsonal ssa. KEYS SKELETON there' will be no window and for paymentunder enmmeu'lal pilots there. Twp
crew of eight\ fin contra MrveUon practice dusting tompanlea, a manufacturing :
First ave. In a 1949 Plymouth ness. no carrier service at Homestead .
sedan owned by his employer, GERONIMO GIVEN I Pallbearer will be Fielding A. aide and four seasonal ranger. post office. the Agriculture Conserve company and &total Na.
Investigations Into the finding lion announces Administrative -
Semlngsen *. Reporting this program hand Guard unit are quartered
lay
Jim Ruff Gordon W. Ivey, Schoolwill
Sharp, and had the right Harry E re-ope j Tuesday
of way. A 194T Ford sedan driven MARSHAL'S Cooper, Bruce Ennla, W. C. Carmichael week were Lawrence B Shef- of an unidentified man' skeleton morning. Officer Edw A. Lit there, and the U, S Departmentof
t by Frederick Gulick Estcllo of TOWN\ and John R. Grave*. field, ranger naturalist who I II Dee 21 In I palmetto thicket: tie Agriculture and local farmers;
mall brim
1 430 N. W Fourth ave wa traveling Survivor Include: two ions, returning hero after a summer ear Jewfish Creek, Indicate The grower may or use its building )tot ptorage pur.
of
east on Sixth it Ettclle told HONORARY STARA Wm. C. Swing: and Chi. E. Ewing at Crater Lake, and J, E. Redding ulrMe, report Police Chief Wm.r MRS. FROSCIIER County their report Agent! to Chas the II office Sleffanl -.
police that he halted at the stop both of Homestead; a daughter fire control aide who will be stationed The field has It* own watef
sign and hid started Boron the Mr, Kelsey B Gardner ofW.ahlnton In the Tamlaml Trill area. Brantley of HomesteadBrant. The reporta should cover the and .sewage systems and 1 I. served
Intersection when the crash oc- gold badge. honorary FlorIda ,' D C.; two grand Four seasonal fire control aide Icy and Dad Deputy Sheriff C. PRESIDENT OF acreage used for grove, vtge- by the electric line of Florida'
r curred. City marshal was presented children, John and Ann Gardner cam In last/ week R. Wells helped Constable Jack able growing and pasturage Power and Light Co. tt I ls aervtd

Estelle'a car traveled 91 feet to Mayor Wm. .Geronimo by of Washington; and a deter Mr*. Pinder of Tivernier maketudy a REALTY DniDn Farmers II.' .1 1u* and the grove nlantlntf men nf should eavurorop also "by a_spur of the.FEC rail
'from the Impact the town council Tuesday olght W C. Anderson of Winfield, of the scene DU/lllaJ ; '- '-' -- real out 01 jviirvnja, n perimetercanal .
'point of andMorgan's In recognition of Oronlmo'i 18 Trina Layne Hcnkcl, 2, The skeleton was found by and the application of f prevent flooding of the
car traveled 45 feet. of service marshal Kan.A Dies) Christmas Morning minor element such a* manganese field In times of high water
year as daughter of the Rev. WilliamH. two
Morgan wa thrown through the negro boy Further search Mrs. Eleanor fro chrr has been copper, tine and magneilurn. -
glass of the right door and clear The surprise presentation was and Juliet Plank Underwood Trlna Layne Henkcl two-year located a runty 21 calibre automatic elected president of the South .
"j.; ''ot the car. Miss Mary Morris of made by Town Attorney ErnestE Marcia Agnes Underwood'.. old daughter of Mr and Mrs. pistol nearby and a number Dade Board of Realtor which Last year 271 county growers
Homestead, a passenger In the Robert. In accepting the born Mar. 20, 1172. In Genoa, Wm Henkel of Cooper rd., died of .23 calibre shell/ In the will hold its next meeting Jan I here received tI8,15I1.8' for their GUARD PLANS,
budge, Geronimo said that he hat Ill. When she war a year pld the pocket of the man'
I Estelle car, received three broken unexpectedly on Christmas mornIng coat. In the Preacher office .at 247 BFlagler Kill conservation practices
rib In the crash. Estelle I I. a given his best In his IS yean cf family moved to Kansas where The youngster, subject to a : Brantley says that a study ofthe ave -- -- TO TRAIN MEN
fruit packer employed here during service and pledged his continued she was graduated from Baker chronic asthmatic condition, wa' bone by a pathologist re- Chi. O 'Turner was mad flrclvicepresident t Yule Lighting Winners
the season by Poucher and co-operation and support. '' University In Baldwin In 1802 ::1 stricken while viewing her Christ'' eals that the man wi approximately ' ; Jo. A:. Kellcher,
Carroll. Geronimo! cam to Florida City and married to Hugh H. Ewing mad toy and died on her way to 33 year old, five feet,! secretary! and Walter C. Bents, Named by Perrinc Club IN GOULDS AREAAn

i. The Rev. John II. Whitt, pastor, In 1923, served nine consecutive In las?. In 1910 the family come I James Archer Smith Hospital. ten Inches tall, and weighed from treasurer. Directors are: Mr*. Winner In the Christmas
officiated at the services In the term a* town marshal, eight to Florid and homesteaded U5 to 160 pounds. He wore alight Alice Johnston one year; Mrs by the
contest sponsored
church, of which Mr. Morgan years a* tax 'assesior and one southwest of Homestead In the' Funeral services afternoon were conducted In blue-griy suit and brownmoccasins. : Mamie P. Smith, two yean; and Terrine lighting Woman' Club were Mr area near Goulds U en.
Tuesday
Longview section. peeled to be used In the aleprwd.
term as town councilman. MacKenzie Cottrell, three "
wa a member. Military rite at years.U. C.I
W. J, Fowler, Mr* GAO.
Mrs Ewing wa a charter Silver Palm Methodist Church by up training program of the Ntlonal ..
the graveside In Palm Cemeteryat member and first president of the Rev. Alfred Hedberg pastor.Edw. Pedersen and Mr*. Stuart Camp- Guard effective the first
*
Co.Naranla D, 111th were Infantry conducted Florida by!: FLORIDA CITY Longview Woman's Club and L Branom of Branam t'u. i J. Issues > ew Booklets on Income tell In the residential division, of the year. The tract will te
StoreIn
: belonged to the .re.'* first music heral Home had charge of burial and Barfleld' Department used for defense and ..tt..kprnbll'm.
v National longed Edw.Guard, L.to which he hev I club which met at the home of In Palm Cemetery at Naranja : Tax Reports Three of \Which Are Free the business division Mr*. J. Involving rifle companll" -
Branant of ,
Max/ O'Neill American home
Branam NAMES CLERK Mrs. a H. Fltrpatrlck. Her Interest In addition to her parents, the In week-end training par
Funeral Home directed In collecting shrub and baby leave two brother, Terry chairman, had charge of the con- lode
'the funeral arrangement I plants caused her to help or- and Stephen Uncle Sam I la coming to the an unincorporated business my ".. Dade County guardsmen are
Active i
pallbearer were Tommy TAT ASSESSOR nlu South Dade Garden Club of Income use an operating lost to obtain Santa Claus and his assistant scheduled In take In an hi*
rescue with DArt
taxpayer
rblar, r-nri, Gordon, Ronald 6.. .......... ........ "... and nut and -
distributed fruit
Clonlnger which l she served a* an early a booklet describing what should a refund or) previous year? toes; enslfied range, firing program: ;'at)
Morgan
Hodge Walter
president For many yean ,.she MOTHERS'MARCHTO and on. entitled your Right of everybody Joined In the tinging Morrison Field. West Palm Beach..
RutzkeDonald Neeley John Town Clerk Richard Schmunk and should not be paid to the
of carols around a lighted outdoor
member of' the Wotnan'aClub Review When the Government The men will be convoyed by
it a
KanJI and John McLean. Honorary wa appointed Florida City tax United State In the form of 1850 Question'Your Christmas tree Friday night The
Income Tax Return"
Homestead truck for the firing practice
pallbearer Included Robert assessor by unanimous vote of of Income taxes, according to information -
CLIMAX 1951
surplus wa distributed among
Always Interested In Lily Law aimed to qualify every man In
Sullivan Joe Nesbitt council Tuesday night The received her from
Charles the the
the children of the Puerto Ricanlabor
rence Bow Library Mrs Ewingwas The last three are fret, It wa handling hi Individual weapon.
Martin and Adolph Lopei. councilmen pointed out that the Miami district office of the U. .
In addition to his wife, parent appointment would .centralize the board only who,member served of .contlnously the 11irary -- DRIVE ON POLIOThe S. Department of Commerce.The slated About tamp.10 of the Puerto Rican

and liter, Mr. Morgan leave hi* town service for benefit of Its from It* organization She booklet, entitled/ "Your Rotarians Listen Raptly children were taken to the LendHand Bird Count to Be Made
: paternal grandmother, Mrs. Sarah taxpayers Schmunk announcedthat Federal Income Tax 1130",
4 Morgan and a number; of h* Intend to set up tax wa member also of the Lcclon: need for fund to fight available at the U. S. Department To Maj. Kutledge Smith Mr. party J. U In Doolittl Miami. Dec Mrs. 11b1 J At Park Ranger Station
I O. Post
of John Salley 1 J. thin
other relative/ here. A. native/ of books similar to those In use by Auxiliary polio greater ever this of Commerce' .47 Seybold Building -
4 H. Halsllp, Mrs. E C Newland Saturday, bird lover will make
I'
and had aerved a* .chaplain.Mrs. fe.r. according to Mrs. Henry Major Rutledg Smith of FlorIda -
Homestead he that he will In Miami, will be
wa graduated toy the county and be welcome Jr. Mrs. Na.Utmal .
Mr. Chas. burley, another count In Everglade
UM
Ewing wa active In Zrewdwn, local chairman of the City retired and
engineer
I94T from Homestead High School assisted In this by Joe Hickton of net to Floridians the year, because .
and the Rev. F.Olen
Marlle Park-thl. time
Santiago near Parardive
school held In the oldLonIlY" March Dime his
Sunday of which talented drew
and beglniher of speaker, on
't attended University of FlorIda the county tax office. the heavier "bits""thefederal
d where he was active In sport. The council voted to tart pretlmlnary school and helpedes-, Jan. IS. A* of [/ec:. 12, there government has taken and broad knowledge of atomic! energy Hunt. Key ranger station
He was an active member of work on extending the tabll.h'a small library for the were IBS polio case In. Dade II taking out of their Income' astronomy, history and
South Dade Junior Chamber of town water system on W. Film school A charter member of the County, she reporta received this year' and th.lr'd. poetry to weave an Inspirational Inadequate!' Addresses Slow Delivery
I White Stone Methodist Church of A 12-minute Instructive film talk for Homestead Rotarians ft : II
.
Commerce and Redland Sportsmen' av*. one half-mil from It* present sire to cut all cornan posdbl In
$ Homestead[ he served a* Sunday will be shown at II a. m Jan. their meeting Wednesday Park. '
Cub.'A terminus at Cave av* their 1(30 payment Marion A. Of 10,000 Pieces of Christmas Mail. :
school: superintendent, leaderof 23 In Seminole Theatre for benefit Leonard, ctmmerct department way Restaurant .
the adult Bible class. and of the sergeants and corporal strict( manager In Miami, said. Major Smith, spent part of tail .
Pcrrinc Groups Employ Director, I president of the Ladies' Aid and In thai drive. Climax of the campaign "This booklet Just .Issued will summer In consultation with More than 10,000 piece of their mailing ddresae Lack of '
II missionary society.: For many will b* the dramatic ones I Incorporate the amendment to some of the country's foremost Christmas mall could not be adequate addresses. may slow top
Launch Youth Recreation Program I yean red played the piano for hour Mother March on Polio; the income tax law. adopted at atomic' energy scientists. Hl! fel- placed al the first handling on delivery two or tthree days, and '
trvlce*. to be staged at 7 Jan 31, 1 low Rotarian and vlaltor always
'eMrii. p. tn last summer' session of Congress account of Insufficient addresses, In acme easel prevent delivery
I \ ', Mr, Crwdson says. The fire ." Mr. Leonard said, and It listen In rapt attention to Isis reports Mrs. O. C. Radford, entirely" '
' program of recreation for the foothill, ping pong and other I I Brown'ScPj Story siren win I sound, church bell would be advisable for all taxpayers Ulk* and he .la a carefully ached: nlxle" clerk: at Homestead post To help Insure delivery Mrs '
of the Perrino am will be sports activities.A To EnrUsb 'Publltltlon will rlns/and all resident of the to know Just where they uled speaker, not t last minute Office.: Mail with inadequate, Radford suggests, that first clans: ''v
launched Jan. I by Porcine CivicLeague formal dance for teen-. ..* community are expected to turn stand before paying their 1t50 program fill-In. I addresses I II referred for placement postage and return addresses b*
and Perrlne Woman' will be held Thursday .venln..1 Mrs. Chas. H. (Annie Mae) on their porch light to signify taxes". by Mr*. Radford I.hI!' placed on maiL i
Club which an sponsoring the Jan. 4, In Porcine Community Brown of Modello ha sold her their willingness to give to the Like a number of similar document Little Theatre Group clerk with the most experience 'Folk wilt pay IS cents: for?f >';q
employment of Jim Bennett, House to launch the recreation I' first story to English I fund. House-to-houae collections Issued by the government Maya Organized Here and longest. residence here. Christmas greeting card thee :.''
Coral Gable student at University program. Chaperones will be Mr. described: aa one of the Ar'OI"1 I I will be made. It I ls a sales publication and 1* "We make an effort to deliver mail It with a hvo-cent'abmn
of Florida, aa recreational J. H. Halzllp youth conservation Commonwealth' most priced ai usual at 23 cent Organization of a Little Theatre every piece of mall," say Mrs. she said. "If the card, cannot be (
director A mass meeting to enlist chairman of Perrlne Woman' I publication to which Somerset 111.OAI 9.ON gnu SMASHED The Commerce Department also group !It In the making her, Itadtord, "But we serve approximately delivered I It Is destroyed U the 'i(
community co-operation will be dub, and Mil Betty June Kirk- Maughan and H. E. Bate contribute A 200-gallon still and 20 bar I announced availability of four according to Doris Kane Mul- 10,000 patron scattered local office. If mailed tint claw, j
held Jan. 23 at a location to be land. Committee are: refreab- I ). tell of mash were destroyed 'other booklet and pamphlet' rooney, producer of the Jiycee- ever an area of 40 square mile H Is sent to: the] dead totter.offic* t J1!
announced later. | menta James MeUger Joe Flan- Mr*. Brown' Story of life In Thursday. morning three end one Bulletin F. Income Tax Depre sponsored show "If a Date". Unle* mail bears the route and or returned to' the sender 'ft
Under the proposed program nigan and Ted Bass; decorations,!I the Old South, "Nener'a Ball", bait mile east of Naranja off ciation", which contain detailed "Thar I II too much wonderfulhomesown' box number or the house and I bears his address Under Ifti* ,
Bennett will direct afternoon and W. B. Mulllns. Miss AJen Walker appear In the current lame and Moody dr.. report Constable Information on depreciation or talent here W per- rest number ,Ii'lt hard for U* I turUllrnent of service eff..-tlv 1 t .
:evening activiSM at the center Mia Marilyn Pedenon and I is described by Argosy1 editor, Pete Morgan. Inhe raiding real and personal property, also mit It to go to waste," aay* MtasMulraonay. to Stake delivery, Then are new last April, directory aervJw b
for group of all age*. There will Mis Vivian Wynn; and publicity.W Mia Dorothy Sutherland, a* on party were Homestead Police priced at 23 anti; The Small The group will be employe In the port office and given only for special delivery,
',be supervised play .rte and I I B. Mullins. Roger Aldrich and! of the most delightful she has Chief Wm. F. Brantley and Ra Businessman" and Hi Declarationof open to InUresUd penon of all even the older clerk 'who know r
crafts work boxing* t baseball, I u. AIeDe WaJbr.'i. 'ever ...... blow Estimated Tax"} OM on bow age. i maaur, *J lilt people do not know, ,

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of Prayer for Peace tot, caowii nainurn8ft ScouU Go on Hiking I I LEfIRSR. 3E, Friday, Dec. 29, 1950
r Tour of Etergladn ,
Monroe has
Couch ben
r I, Scheduled Sunday by Pre&bytorijma I ......*. aa q lie lfe. .1,. U ; Mrn'-, af aXibjad spy Scout Grand Prizes in RexaU Qjnteet Won ;
\ fie J IHIat/ Ajrwara an' Ale Corn. .'ltool'' U .pr( M 've Uii|
4a711 prayer for the peace .hlp arrvia* vr to vaflt the ... ..liVaim( >a Srrvlrf firIIIIIdl'Oll atMa ,kindnJpa en a hiking! tow ink II.l'til. By Geraldine MIy e'ad Ronnie are\
l) l'ti'l.11II W. amt w Uare of the world wiU beobaffved I I ! .. .1 In the PhIMn>'nM8t
.1 will their.,
be orrled on
I Sunday, Homwtmdrrtebyterlwt Crouch wife i li making her Vcoutmutur Mackeaate Cottrell Geraldine My.rt and Ronnie were: I.. Terrance Merrltt Roy: !
';.; Church I' part of home Mr.here. with" their i.meta, Mr. warnedDoni Wrt anrthin Byen. won Crumble blcyclee" M I |U>cfl ehutli: wager: 2nd. Richard % d
f und Slander H Crouch' Barnett, Helbroa aev.n-)ewol'
j I the euuntrr-w d. pI'OII"UvI the Hrceze-wiyDrhc-In you dun, 'I need That pack lets land. prizes In the Resin fcoya IrS, Roberta,
watch Kay Douglaikyraldtr
: National Church of chriit In : Theatre hMvyl and ftrtf. contort held at PUIe I I) model! airplane. kit with: :|
Aiderkaft ftcbekahs to Serve The boys plan to return In DrIll, I real motor; 4th. Richard Whlp-i' )
\ r. .. A.ne.MM . llenefit supper Tuwday \tine to uh X la tha. Mew Y..r 9Uier wlnnera Inlit pit pie, ..lt-al. .el Iwo pleoa ta Un. ,
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Wb their eoetnet| their *. II
Price ChineeMbrUre I. beret t tK rod!; ath, ;ohn jUaan. orfiaWK
/ of the' IJ1f'tloek weyrldp Now : Ticketa are on ago tot "' '. CMirmW. BAOravei > JUMftie 1ft ShIIUo! lUlbro* aev- lilt ..p..tltef"tootbaOj; Ilk
ur' and Sh. cburelt: will be epic I ...**>, DM IIi per to t* erred Tuatday evHdnhttheI.0.oT.hmaorsN.W*1 ha keen: prewMrd wiOi M-Jtwcl watch; tnd. Alta. Jars Ronnie Ktf, walnut and m..!
all day Ice' pr'Ayer and meditation i '1 \ a card ctrWyfe" that he hatuaated Qroovtr, dull wardrobe trunk) botany ukulele; Ith, Skipper: SUIjJly'CO.
announm the Re?. tank ,I Mall lll Admleile. |7e, federal rtnt at the. MU' liu.4jwtk.ii count. 3rd Joyce Thompson clactrle I. r.I..., Roy Rogers boil camera.Boxea Goulds ); .
t. lElvery: paiior( (. All who detlit "Ta* fc, Mate fit l< The supper<< will tie. cooked: endSewed tot coinmllteemen. record player; 4th, Yvonne Cole, of candy were presented'
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to lob. In IM petition art urgedy I Clillf rra radar It .p) tan,free Rrbekah Lodge/ to help IlnanrcUw Jack: What type. of peraon ukulele, 5th. Arlene Shuler I runnera-up Bryan j'
> ,Mr tJy"10 attend the war- purchase: of cMnawaie for acre the longest? Doll-e-Nurcmr set; and ,Ui, Mn4a Debby Po.fA Tlmmona, Chrla'lUraa
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NOW\ ON DISPLAY and the floor pan areaIM chrome top pIMM' NB... autkUwrmle *- mht Training .... ....... ? \ I
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IN fu_. Dual wlMtahleM wipers taw and new hiai>IU eamataru. Richard B Curttt err of Mr. CLt* TO M""T JAM. 11Ma (J '
HOMESTEAD art standard equipment and pn|. OHM atalon i4w now art Ml Mr. D. A. CNrtla of doubt loath. Dade Oardosh Club eatS IT'S A aa-burc: ,
!Uoned to give a full liMon pattern uaed 'n II hp,, teyllndMand is ........ I beak deme leeia- .....,.a naM .t MnelM& whinweuld ,I
Oveewu Mot* Cfc on the one.ptece wlndrtleM IM hp, VI enalMt to insure In* at Ucaland Air pores BMO, a* MM rears Day,1
peed puke see se MDOtmoeftte ......., A Hearing" column flearihirt OB quiet! operation Onr-T and ,-. .. Aatouly Tee, and. will lie saatll'1deRda1. .... ILFULL I
H lbs atwwrooau. "-1 lent( duty model provMMa twNca* eo4fMn SJMMMrl'Oci. t|,
en & Krome more cab and floor pace Fat Impreved by mMM el a Uraef
.v* The Ford Diviaion hu mart formance of the ".1 truck hM radiator lank and water by-p..i OO\IJIII DINNt* Wt mtotur tucctil from the ltondp.lnt of
|llBn tee madeta for lost wn been Improved by changing the tuba on the Mifine: a I
Welter Wrtbead o( Overeew rear axle ratio from IT3-U>1 k, Kchauat valve stems on allenflnei Lobster frlsndihlpt( mainrelntd new ocqu. .,lnron4tt I
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(Motor Co, Improvement noduos SM-lo-l are nltridcd to help pro* Whole mode end the pleesurs dtrlvtd from belly j 1
operating roeU, nuke true ci The\ standard three yued tram- vent valve rtlckhif\ New aemlirutatiM . \ 1f f tervic to petp't' of fine communlff. '" i
I ''adaptable to more lobs, end add mason for tilt '.1 has 'linen rev valves and valve cprlnirHaner (nrelkwith J Gutter S*lIl'I) .., '
rlv.r P1"1* *"*, and comfort designed for more rugged load also are. aimed.at pre ")4, You hero been co"tld..tt! of this I
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Ford truck feature autoroalio I longer wear and It\ venting valve slicking and aiprolonglnj ,
say shining" Soup,Juice, of Sea rood! Cocktail
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power pilot carburet' .' has coiwtant mean helical gears valve life ."dln opprtciot! wo wlh for you f .
, ,The Ignition control on all engines I with lynvdronlien In second and A new "S-SUr extra cab II|: Salad, aol S Vegetables I Hoppy. ). N.w Toor. . e
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concinjr by metering and Distribution of braking torn itord
truck fleet. It U eound i ry
the correct amount of fuel firhl'j on >'-4, t'| .L and r>t trucks 'I' proofed with uitdercoatlnf on th_ ' $ C
right without instant under varying loadi modified, to obtain better l>aU floor npri7-on material' on th. ,1.35Thb t' .
spark knork sneer) brakin..n longer 1'nlni' door and back panel and wilryj
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have dutch disc on F-7 and roof insulation ..
been restyled and rmarter to give a mortrUII.d .-. heavy treks has been mademore noof tiMiilat'on' In thli new rib Lobster House STANDAU OIL AGENT i
appearanot rugged for severe service
connluli of otie and one-half inch
Tho rear window was rC'dl'tillJlNlInd' F-l r-2 and ,.a bucks have new thick glass wool pad cemented| I Hemetteat, lla. .
enlarged to more than U. S. lat Prrrlne ers
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\ one-half. feet for full range! mountable spoke| rims wheeU to provide with de- and covered with a perforated 1 __ ___________ __ u _. __ ____ :.
crotiRtlo board ,
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A new Instrument pftnel Inrorporitei changeability with trailer
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new full-vision In.trum.ntl are now standard on Fat 111"1 ,
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ment light iwlth Star Extra" cab hai two-tone
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trim and provided with a Ihlill
foam;; -r bj.r'pad on the 'cushion; ; = 5.1ET's

It baa a combination cotton and
rubberized hair pad on the seat

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III Interior Include full length :.
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,..... ..WWJ"'luullWLiuu "uliL""iIIW.u ''' noble . M the home 01 Mn. rrMk L.kin . ." ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK :
ta IM, If fads: forget your laurel wreath !lJII O roo. for a CbrMmM party . ." atrMr. Md Mr Me. -., .
I :.1 WfeT aunt Mwmd nd frown "Preeenee of mind end quick H L 1 "Mr. nd bare T. T Bowen re- for t VMetien to Cute. their" RedUod Hoed betweea Aoead end Keceyse OrtN :
//.1 As "., .... --.'= In memory you Mil.. w0.r It salt ltd probably livid. . the life (..... ; I . from a Chrietinej .... PM.II retarftinc to hie Pianoforte and Theory <
F ,..._ 0...,. : ... of Charles Ewing after he tr ; in Mower Oe.. ." Mtee It'TUvereide MOHery
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M. raildlar..*. Jo*, A. Met ef M/$ 4. Alfred MU, *f n. U. kd Mr*. Lone .Mss asMr. < Mr. .*st Ita O. 9. MM, ft, M Friday, Dec fc, ItIt-4 +
O.L, MM ft*, ...... N. C, Mrs DIehl *..4M eMtdwa. Aalee. DehaM rd Mate. hate tominnnir. M CoMri ILIlADIiR-IINTIIRPRIiE.
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In and Ground eyeallag lilt .holidays with Mr. M.. **.sn.THx. Ute ..tvtIMM ... ........ .
and Mr Bdor. ..*.... Mf. I. with Mrs DM01' ....st. ...hAF .has SoeMh at Mr
K. Hdor of ttmtrt dr. awl Mr. Mrs A. R. Llvtugrt. and bet ad Mr*. J. R H rt *y **dMM MM. I. A. Tisrwsr wide Mr!
and Mr .J. L. MUITV o( PrlMoton. . WvttllW-te-... tad .ilea. lit. John aid .o.*ld sod atlas. and Mn. C. T. Lint et BUlVbrtdio ATTENTION ,
The visitor expert te Now lung Mr*. mtssog. A. 0.11. IMII Once arrived Wednesday Oe, ond.. okOdM, UVoroo .
Homestead for their home on Jan. 4 from AttMtU to vWt II.... NMtly ., LoMtn., Myr *a>t OoriQmtteiMd
j Mr. and Mrs CV* HtiMeai aid <* ...........law and *Mr. ( a P*.* 1ItW FARMERSIncome i

Dan Bard, *M0rinl t of dujhtar, Carolyn bare some* 1:
r Everglade. National park, was III from Orifftn, Oa. to spend th* 1I I
U. James Neebitt of Fort Mcpheron U Louis a at his home this week. holiday In their PvrtnI home. I
In Atlanta, one of 60? a Poole URN. made e I Tax Time Is Here ,1
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tuval phjMotan blood visit to friend Mr and Mrs Henry DuBois and Holiday bona guest of Mr.
1 er...sy. vWUd hers wltb bit to par-the hor ligious*. U. Pool was formerly re eons, Arthur and Alden left and Mr*. Arthur J. Tracy are Mr. i

Ml.t', Mr. and Mr*. James Nesbftt .t Redland and educational director Tueonay+ morning for their horn and Mr*: Lewi Smith of Con 0 ;1\ Call ,!
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Hli group will fly at one Mrs DuBois mother Mrs. J. B. Mr. and Mrs Kermit Glbbs and I
Rose P. Kublin .
Tower of (04 N. Krome Mr
to the Far East.\ The ave.
Rev. Martin
R. Davis, DuBois had been making an extended daughters, Linda and Patricia j jTax
former pastor of Redland pent the Christmas holiday In
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I Mr. and Mrs, Roland HarrU Florida stay at the Tower home,:
City Key West with Mrs. Olbb
community churches, parents I
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eon Jamel Michael, born onChristmas Alachu Hospital In Gainesville. I covltch. Linda and Patricia remained :
Proberty of Miami is
morning In James Mr. Davis has been to Mr .
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.Archer Smith Hospital. his charge at Wlllrrton where he mother, Mrs. Tower Clbbs' brother and sister-in-law, TO OUR FRIENDS NaraaJR .... .
1* recuperating. Mr and Mr*. Jack Matcovllch, ,
Mr. Homer Jackson who was Ill HMM .*. *l Eorck Dr.
taken to Dad County, Hospital Miss Betty Stlllman student at and their baby daughter Carol 1
l Tuesday evening ha* been In acoma Holiday house guests of Mr and Alabama College, and a classmate. Ann, her for a week-end visit
r Mr*. J. B. ROM and Mr. and Mr Miss Clara Oambl of Bessemer at the Otbb horn.
since
Tuesday noon. A diabetic Phase Rl f4 Mt u.
patient at the E. A. Anderson are Lt. (J JI) and Ala, are spending the holidays Trade Winds Dry Cleaners f
hospital for
Mr. Wm. Meyrlng of Pensacolaand at the home ot Miss StUlman's Rolf Wsbeaklng of Orlando Mm ium..uu.ru.May ,
five week this fail, she had
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daughter, Ann
lour weeks at her home before and Gail, and parents,, Mr, and Mrs. Frank W. .
U. Norfleet of Perrine.
her relapse. Miss Dorothy Ross of Stark Mrs Stlllman of Coconut Palm dr. --- .- -- - -
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The Rev and Mrs. C. N Walker daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ross town, N. J, also \U a holiday guest
of Lakeland spent,<< Wednesdayand and sisters of Mrs Anderson .t the Stlllman horn
Thursday In Homestead '
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'Ming old friends Doth Mr Walker Mary Catharine Quinn daugh Sgt and Mrs.; : P. H. Conrad 'I
who for IT ter of Mr and Mrs Henry Ceb- Jr., of Camp L* Jeuna. N. C.
year was pastor
of the First Daptlst Church of hard of Homestead was discharged -, were holiday house guests of the i I
on Christina Day from senior their In
Homestead Conrad at home
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J 'on Variety Hospital where she had Perrine. Sgt. Conrad has returnedto '
the faculty of the Daptlst
1 Bible Institute and Mr. Walker Is been under treatment for polio. duty and will be Joined later !

1 Its business mansger.Holiday Mr, and Mrs-Harris DV-lk have by his wife. t ,
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guests here are Mr. moved from 73 S. W. First st totheir Miss Ellen Neafsey, daughter' Signs : ,:
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corner of Mr. and Mr* John P. Neafseyof
and Mrs Paul Fox of La Pun, .. \
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holidays In New York City with ;
of Mr. and Mrs Wm Fox Marvin Penny arid Chas Ous-
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her aunts., Misses Mary and Margaret . "
end Miss Ruth Fox of Homcileiid.' Icy, Jr, students at University of Neatee : .,,
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Itcaufort N. C., spent the holidays .
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mother and sisters Mr, A. 8.
Moye and Misses Helen and Antoinette '
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t\\\\ former Miss Sue Moye. ,
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their daughter have arrived from 1t \ v, .
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Holiday banns guest of Mr. .
NEW.YE14.zz and Mr*. Walter Peterson of f :

? Goulds are Mr. and Mrs Owen : "

Hanson and Mr. and Mrs Earl A J /,,. ,
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Indianapolis and children Jerry I'J
Mary Lou and Suzanne are visitIng
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Herbert Lee and his brother and Jf

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I HERE AI'TER'CIIRITMAS EVE WEDDING Friday, De*. 29, 1950Arrsageanant

( un. Social Events in South Dade . .
A ,I Ion Md a white Mlta fawn .* of White carnatiorjs!
united fashioned with sweetheart neckline and gladioli wee used for dro-
I fitted. bodice long sieves oration or| the room Bridal call
Brown 1 pointed at UM wrists. and lull and punch were aervad by cousin
(JACQUELINE EVERRTT EtIf.E WEEKS; ; ...-n'* mother" wore a gown of ROBERT I M. KUHN BRINGS HOME BRIDE, Betty skirl that extended tot a t e4n. of the bride, ...*. FrItz Bulalndr
I blue Jeney Md rhliMotone I Mr. Her white Sable WM AoMrM. of Birmingham and Mra AlxunBranaoomb
EXCHANGE WEDIHNG VOWS AND RINGS studded lap, blue ameaeorta* and FORMERLY MARTHA\ II ICC ISDN OF MACON\ den with while orchid and IIHca., of of Sheffield.

I rived ( I I the valley. For their honeymoon trip .to
Mir JouUn Everett andelnlted Keraten. and Joe Sage ata. Mr and Mrs, Robert M. Kuh* of honor She won a coral taffeta' dy The matron of honor was point In Florida, the bride wore
Elmer Eugene Wrek . ,Till bride WOM a gown of Arrangement\ of white gladioli of Athens G*., are spending their gown with I headpiece of matching their gowned In blush !pink satin and a gray suit navy blue a *orlu
f re Iwffy NtM\ and face and a Juliet end hr'lInthrmum.t honeymoon here at the home c4 taffeta and tulle with gold carried pink and white oarnatlnna: and a corsage of white orthldg.
In marriage. at 5:JO Friday afternoon cap of brocaded aatln to whir .t the reception held at the home the bridegroom' parent, Mr. and sequbu. She tarried an arm bouquet The Ice blue satin WM worn by the After sightseeing trip to Key
In Silver Paint MtlhotlW" was attached a three-tier veil ot of Mr and Mrs. Jew Greer Clr Mr. L. P, Kendrfck i,;,' E. Camp ot bronse mum, tor of other attendant, and their flow- Weal! Miami and other point ql I
Church The Rev. Alfred lied. llUiion( The gown was Ushlone Naranja rd. Mr*. Greer waaartled bell dr. Unit) their mi 'lane, tit* MlM Joyce Hill of Atlanta and ot en were blue and white carnation Interest Mr and Mn. Brown expect -
berg, palter, who performed the with fitted bodice long pointed by Mr. Robert Ito IT In Mneoa Mra. Kul was Mis. MlM Mary Sanders of Albany double *. I to leave hem on Jan' I far
ceremony uaed th* duulJe ling slov ft the lace and a ruD land MlM. Kathleen Lambert Martha Batelle HIlI aon of. were the bridesmaids They wore A beige ensemble, black acce*. Garden City. Mr. Brown win
ervlre The bride I I. the daughter satin skirt which swept Into g registered the gueet" more than Maoon. deep green taffeta dresses. made loll aorlei and a corsage of pink carnations : return to her studies ai a seniorat
of Mr. and Mra. Allen M. court train. A lavender orrhlcenteredi one hundred In number Mn The following account of the like Mill Baker'a. Their hat were ' were worn by Mr*. Price University of Alabama, and
Everett of Narsnja$ and the, tier bouquet which was Harmon Keen and Mr. Kay Kendall wedding I I. reprinted from the of matching green taffeta and Mlm mother of the bride' Mn Brown: Mr. Brown will report to Mobil
bridegroom I I. a ann of V re. Jojeph *- formed l/f pink brlarcllff rose of Miami served the four- Mason News of Monday, Dec. 18: they carried arm bouquet of of the bridegroom' mother wore. an on Jan. I for Induction Into the
Keen of Gould and lilies of the valley, encircled tier bridal cake and Win Daphne "Mh Martha EsU-lle Hi gison. yellow mum. aqua crepe gown black accessories : > army.
White gladioli and rhryaanthe with Chant Illy lace Runken and MlM Fay Milliard daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Henry The bride was given In marriage well and I white cy nation A graduate ot University of
mums In a hum renter basket Her maid of honor wore a aerved punch. Derry Illmlimn: and Robert M. by her father She wore a Carter corsage) Alabama, the bridegroom had
and In four tall standards were gown of American .beauty ifltla For their honeymoon trip to Kuhn IOn of Mr. Lamar Ken.drink wedding drew of white latin featuring "' After the ceremony a recep- been teaching industrial art in
placed before a background of made with sweetheart neckline Arcadia, the bride wore a dove and the late Fred Kuhn of a 1 lace bodice and lace Truly" I lion was held at the home ot the Alba High School at Bayou UBatre
polled palm to decorate the :pointed: bodice and full plralei gray suit dark green accessoriesand Homestead, Flit were married leeve. The lace was repeated brlde'i aunt, Mra. L. E. Price. Ala ,
chancel. Illumination time from akin Her headpiece was faunloned an orchid ronagn. Sunday at 3 p.m. at the St James on the full skirt which extendedto father (
an arch of white tapers over the of matching" satin and tulle, Upon their return, the newlyweds on the Heights Eplicopal Church form I tai, Her fingertip a .'! JACK BARNES IIEADS HOMESTEAD\ ALUMNI;
chancel and candelabra on every and her flowers were yellow tallyman will make their home in The Rev Ronald Merrlx offl- veil ot Illusion was caught to a rinrdrn ,
fourth pew. /to the church audit Mat. the Redland. elated. coronet of orange blossom. Her Mr-, Savannah"I. RECOGNITION IS GIVEN TO MRS. TOWERJack
lorium.Edwnrd. Similar wtln gowns and match The bride was graduated in "Basket ot white chrysanthemums only ornament wat a cold cross, i> ;
Baumgartner. played ng satin and tulle headpiece, June from Redland High School fern and burning white a gift of the groom. at Darnel was elected preil- ot Homestead P. T. A. who was
the traditional wedding marches were worn by the bridesmaid, when she was president of Beta taper decorated the altar "Mr Hlgglson wore an aqua Joyce < dent of Homestead High School Instrumental In organising the
in' well ai piano rcompnnimontlor who carried red rose. Miss Ton Club, a cheer leader staff memo "Mn Gayle Tudor, organist, gown with a, matching cap and! Ala, Alumni Association for the coming association IS yean ago at I meet.
Mill Barbara Cooper who bert wore duity pink; MI. tier of Redland Rattler. Roundupfor presented the program of nuptial glove. Her corsage wai a yellow flower year at the annual dinner log held In her home Mra. Tower
rang "Alw.,.", "Because" and lathaway 'chartrcune; and Mlu tour years and an active muRlc She also accompanied orchid ot dance Doe, 21 In the school eofitorlum. .. and her husband, the lit Dr.
"The Lord'i Prayer". Keen, aqua.; A white satin floor. member of the Girls' Athletic: David Knowlci, soloist "The grooml grandmother. Mrs, singer Billy Perkins was .made Tower, donated the site on which
The bride was given In mar. length gown was worn by the Association' and of the Thespian "Benjamin Page of Vldalla was M. P. Wollom of Homestead, Fla, cousins vlce-prealdent and Mil Jolyne the cafetorlum and Neva Kln'g
>page by her father Mini fire little flower girl' who, scattered Society I the groom' beat man. Usher wore a navy dress with matching Belt Meek Kcretary.Polnitttlai Cooper School now stand. The
'Idlne Lewi" was mild of honor roe petal from I decorated blue The bridegroom also attended groomimcn were Bernard Holle- jjlovei and I yellow orchid. I Jr., of and fern frond school was attended by their two
and Mir Betty Torbert, .Mis. basket. The ring were carried Redland High School. He U now man Jr., and W. B. Lumpkln.Mis ; "A reception In the church were. were. uied to decorate the table toni and five daughter.
Anne Hathaway and Miss Mar on a whit satin yellow by the employed In transporting produce Leoli Baker'of West I parlors followed the ceremony and for the serving of the. turkey -
)ten. Keen a cousin of the bride, 'OUII' rlngbearer who wore a between Miami and New York. Pain) Beach Fla, wn the maid The brlde'i table held a three. The dinner. Principal E. B. Blackburn FERRINE f.T-A. TO HEAt ''j
were! bridesmaids Vicki 11I11 lard, white gabardine suit. tiered cake banked with whit gave the Invocation and B. M. IIINDMAN TUESDAY
the bride's cousin, was flower Mra. Everett the brlde'i mother, MARY MARGARET CHAFER TO HE BRIDE mums with candelabra on either H M. Pre.ldenJlme.. Brown welcomed
-Rlrl. and Bobby Joe Keen half. wore a gown of champagne mar.I aide. Mr. Cecil Moody of Perry Biker the guests. Jimmy Watson B. M. Hindman, county supervisor *
I Brother of the bridegroom, was qulsctte over matching taffeta, a OF IlERNACE EARP, JR., OF" CORAL GABLESMr. kept the bride' book. Mr. H M Miss president of the senior claw, of negro education and I
,In< Best man was Edward Pye, andbaheea and corsage of lavender-tinted and Mn Robert\ Nelson Slate University and University cut the cake. Others assisting In Wollom of various classes were of Miami, will be guest
were Leon Hllllard, GUI gardenias. Mr*. Keen, the bride-I Chafer of Perrlne are announce of Florida and ii a member of entertaining were Mill Mary recognlted speaker for Perrlne P. T. A
---- lag the engagement and approach Delta Delta Delta sorority Aultman and Miss Bernice Stubbi Willard Dr. F. P. Archer Jr. showed Tuesday night His subject wiu
JOYCE: MORGAN WEDS; WM. STEVENSONIN : An army veteran, the future "for a wedding trip to Florida Mr a film trivelog on Switzerland, be the development of education
I ng marriage of their daughter, bridegroom attended Mercer University the bride wore a navy suit with Mn. and after the dinner, dancing wee from the middle agei until the
HOME CEREMONY FRIDAY EVENING Mary Margaret to Bcrnace B In Mucon, Ga, and war matching accessories and a whit Sing, enjoyed.A present time. Refreshment wll)
Earp, Jr., ton of Mr and Mrs graduated from Florida Stale hat. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn will make kiln bouquet of gladioli tweet be served
Mm ;Joyce Morgan I cheer leader Later, she at. B. B. Earp of Thomaaville, Oa University where he met hit their home In Atheni. Pane, peas and carnations was sent to Mr. Hindman was formerly *upervlslng "
bride of Pfc. Wm the Walsh School of Bus) The wedding will take place on bride-to-be. He ll a member of "Out-of-town guest for the .[Ison, Mrs J. B Tower Redland District principal of Homestead.
1ISMC. In a simple I Science In Miami Jan 31 In the Church of the Sigma Nil fraternity and helped wedding Included Mr. and Mrs (epp. pioneer and former president ,and Florida City school.
performed: by the Rev : The bridegroom was graduated Lttle{ Jt ewer I n C era t G a nl a to found. the "ftl1.R a rho ter of
Vhltt, pastor of Bay High School In Panama The bride-to-be-,:; a granddaughter ; which he served" ; a* iit; Ice- iii
Church, on Friday and worked as a mason of the late Dr. and Mn president lie Ii serving at a I
homo of her parent, until\ he joined the Marines Robert E, Chafer' Miami pioneers director of the American Red
>ln Pete Morgan of August. He underwent basic end the late Mr and Mri. Pat Cron at Fort Bragg N C.
Eighth: at at Parrli Inland S. C., rick J. Lonergan of York, Pa. A Mm Chafer left Wednesday to
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Wile last Robert minute when Earl change the Morgan of.,' t o ;;: G .II' c I t\tG}),\ I U t.) CJ; : (U It) o i.")i i'''V :\
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fatal Injuries an I. .'. .
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\ father, the bride wore 7- I 1'1
lip veil of lace and .aJt. I. I II
.a gown of Ivory FINJ.
made by her \ II I
(formed the of \: I:,lit IIllili. .' NOW SHOWING'
yoke .
I with "
r Ixxllce and was used l I' ....... .. .r.. ..,.. : . ,: "., Wtht jffj** h + . .. .. .. I if \ -e 'd'.egbl.. '\
Vufflo at the thront )' ''' '
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l pointed wrist of the "," '. I ..:" ., I r IEi
vlceves. The full 1c9WnI&t.
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extended Wide carried Into a a short M.... : PROS? I'j. ; : jJjJrr/

,book adorned with a .... .. t L:::::"": )-. ':::"

white truffle of orchids the satin'' :-'" : Y{ > lY1.t I
lace t :IIiI! '
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Mia Clara Stevenson ,.: '":,,,'......,..000D. .,'..'..'" ';." w
rionor and sister. of : ', ::: :
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groom, wore a l W,>:,.:: s :...,...... ':.' ': '' [:, R l EN'D"'S"t ., .:'
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gown and carried a : '. "':::'::"'. :, w': :." ."."" 01.L

book showered topped with with an : ,GO..i; D LUCK'::: )'/ :,'::>:: ::,,,,; ::::::? t ,
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B. H. Stevenson will \ ?: &W"rJI aJnQ.t' <
.for his brother :':-': ::; : tla1 ,-
White candlei and
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teed scttlas for and decoration.. 0W1 !

..find. punch were aerved.The / PI I P

bridegroom i iI
return to Camp
,on Dee :28, received an iI
I t>f leave until Jan. I I
tilt brkle are visiting at OII
'of their parents, Mr ;II I
Morgan and Mr. and J1"a. I II IIY'I I

(It .June tcvenon The; bride from ot 25 was N. E.' The Dixie DrugHomestead I! p I'' ,"I ctoi I N I i1 cod nrddll due II' I


School where she was .
dramatics and sports Florida !

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DINNER GIVEN IN

,OF ATLANTA .
,
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Thursday evening Mr. III
dinner p.. P. at Blake their, Jr home. I I ItlIeIlllllu l ': es'+ ( ,jh J

<4n honor of Atlanta IhtlwUa1
And Mra. J, H. Hartley -- dnltlwllllNjl i M NI"Ipl (
iwAw
John and Ronald, and ? ,,, :.
Orme. Otliera present
Mn Arthur J. !
t
'and
TAVERN
Mr. Leads BAMBOO H
cord, 01.. and Mr. and : I
..1"11or Miami. I, 1. .
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Chrlstma Ev nipper I .,' ... .. !
Mr. and Mrs. Blake : "
I Mra'R E. Trotter Mr Famous For \e, ,. I
I frank Trotter of I ': 1 + .
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t children, Jerry, Mary \ ,. I j" I

JSunnne, and Mr. and 1 :.: II Kij Fine Foods and Beverages ; ; f' j :.' : I

MR. AND MR rS 'f .tti-r, 111). / .. 'i i i. I .

"I lET: WINTER \' 1 I t
Chrl (mas dinner !
and Mr*. Walter Takes Pleasure in Presenting ', t .'
Could Mr. and '
were :
h ron on and Mr. and f J
.
1 Manson of Oregon Wli Gas-Oil Products Inc.

bean)ire Roy Pease Pease and children and Mr. .\ Mr. Leo Douccftc : ,

nickr.. all of Mather :\ of Florida :r ;VtfU ..,'

1 and)fro and children Mr*., Roy Anita E. His Piano and Accordion t :

\ VIC COOK, Homestead Manager\

MR. AND MRS. .
.(ENTERTAIN; ON &

Christmas dinner
vF tired Mrs, Frank W. .
the Rev. and Mra. r. Lunch or Supper .
Wr and Mr*. Jo*. Boyer
I Mra ,Wm. Wagoner, Ml* r
Jl.... MIn Betty SUII" SOUTH FLORIDA' FINEST : }
r. fclara Gambia of 'Je \ i

MUi Marion Balllnger .'
toxa JJwi a JA4.W. K.
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.al ar JI I III-Hb: LANI' P.P-A. OIVH8 CIUll TMAftfUi< '.1 I LIAnn.1R1'ERPRII'> l : Friday:"Dec. ft. IWMt--7

rr IiMJJ'V! R IN HONOR u Are It'itftl J) t t. .


t A ChrMmatUde buff wpper Teddy New Year's Day ] SSIFIEADVERflSI1G IS Why Net Buy New? r BUDDED CITR .
w served mothers of member round table Musk.. I AVOCADOS and.
Chapter of Vukut 1 keys and
qar R.n of AmorlM .to UN .*... .porMt .In ( All Otto Days) ONLY II,MW DOWN on ,- I MANGOS
.t room at Itodlitat MkML Aat TIll beau then -- bedroom frame hum. with Oraaaataitel ef all kka. *.
of .UHorott wW g IBB I KM of perb ,I the end o( hanks iiiiiiiiyiimyiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiHinMiiin. jalouaied front porrh Include Whd.enk sad RMai'
domed with wlot ftwiiW electric ,
i.'I 1e supper rorrlioralor IM shove
\ i to .their. mot.***. lor MootbHi. End-of-Year Sale! I hot voter hooter. Total CAUUNaV .
a JMIIy fenowden woiromed Mguoala I whisk. Ale LAND CAFE Mr. and Mr. Wm Henkel awl .wise.I...... Grove
IJ, for wises. Mr. Ooo MmHor hi family with to eupma their Frl-Sat Dec. 20-30 Sunny .
ry4f C4Ioper.Ie till rvleplmee. la MV"""' I Mae III Kralltude for the many klndneaoaariiown niltNltMCD l-bedroom new 11I..61.1', :
them at the death of their!
i :' daughter Trlna .Lavne HOLIDAY ))Jms SBS AU etettrl kltrhe Attached I ML Wished n.*... (Sty
DINNER) 1'AKTY WEDNESDAY) ( . "ureeatway larch and MONK I*. \
TBJi
tra\ I I reft. On lot IK ft. x III ft
AT SPECIAL' : PRICES
,I.r r ANNIVERSARY OP. MISS For Rent Total price ".100 with eon-
Yemeni ......... ,
,4 JFRREY9.: rRF.reS BILKS

and Mr, John Inc. Store MxRU ft, 337 S, Krome INtoUItC! t'LAU '
I ; Agnew of rangement of Two-bedroom CDS h, mt.ICft'C'ftI'd ,
10w Palm dr entertained at a Guests were I' intersection with FlaglrrMr LARGE and IIALF-KIZIH: porch llvtni room

II' party Wednesday evening Miss Marion 1I'h.*. M. P...Walker MM, NE.U' Prlee and Style U HI Every N..1 with fireplace, dining roe,
(p)8) ) IOORHHoofing
11 honor of the alxteenth birth. nits klkhnt, bath. BKPATtATB I- :
4ua anniversary. of their daugh- Smith. Mia and Concrete Products 1 upstairs. apt., 1 rooms each. ear block a.*."*. "ltKK) down
.Jana Table decoraUon were Patty hare Uridalre/ fH and IM Crane's Cotton Dress'IandII with $47 monthly F1IA payment -
41 itmai candle and an ar- anne Ilolden., month Mr. Maud Chandler,
Pea Rock Silver Palm dr., Ind hose W N. \\". lint Street
- I SILVER PALM GIRL SCOVTS( I of Tenn. rd. Ph. 447-J-l, (d UDiwineai ) (Opposite( Margaret Ann) FURNISHED 1-bodroom CBS

i Rock Screenings . A copy ot this ad entitle you to In downtown location Dulll-ln PHONE .105-J
CAROLS FOR LOCAL OLD a for tale. -llomrateaiMuale 10% off cedar closet. Price $ .110O.
't It Appliance Co. II .
Mocks Rock FlU )'I'L In lime location 81 N. Krome on any purchase.For NIC't'l1located home Kromo
Members of Silver Palm ClrllScmtt mai cookies on
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Ilea '
fbr
are on nelllng, death 01
tl Trpop tang Christmas In the owner. Mrs A. C Deputy, ... O ; ; ; Avenue with 1I-lIC're irevo
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den, Jane tale Alt varieties of Large thing room with fire
I
" : mangotrees
l_ fcarol* Saturday evening at thelocal Sylvia Concrete box fill, Ph. 149 or night Phnl7tf |12S per 100. Drooki- I place l dining room, kitchen Ibf'ctrooml We buy, aril and trade gun and
'1' old folk hornet, and preUentod Sallie Hnlladn. 38S-W. ( ) Tower Nursery, Ine. (mij-tf) and bath. Separate pistols of all klnd. Nell'", II 8
' each home with a hondhtade Kendall Two acres glade Innd on highway garage Price ,0,000.nFliTAURANT. Krome. Phone 11)1) (oM-tf)

t.h t.I hI Chrlitmai wreath After Mares' U. S. 1, near Florida City. O We and11 II We buy >.!'d lold Teeth, old ring,
[!their' tour, the girl' were Invitedto Donell, and Cement Now on Hand Plchard, florid City (d2J-tf) Buy watrhoa, eta Nell*. II & Krom
t.'I the home of Mr. and Mr*. A. In the party Burlap Bags I Phone\ 118. (oU-tf)
B. Thompson of Cooper rd. and I Walter For rent:'Building 22x50, formerly KMabllRhed. restaurant on U. ft.
were served popcorn ball,Christ- Mrs Wilson used for garage Mr*. D. E. and Cotton (Hags 1 highway Good location. In*
Dnshor, Qouldi. Ph. 256-R. com during the drat. year
(dIStf! ) AIM Bu"hrli-Clamper*- should more than pay for In. Bookkeepingand
FRIENDSHIP CLUB HAS
YULE
I I Deliver Anywhere Cratea of all kind vcntmiTit. This It north Investigating -
t. FOR FAMILIES AND.OLD } Z-room unfumlihed apartment :. REASONABLY
- elortrle lights, bathroom. Edgar A.B.C. Bag & PRICED Tax Service

Evergreen and holly gave a on wa Harbor, Redlnnd rd. about 2
bike south of Crate Co. COOt/ BUYS ON GROVES AmOIlWAY'
Mowry. (
dl-tf)
at mal gift!
ertlve air at the dinner party PROPERTYALSO ROSE I'. KUJJLINNtranja
,;iron for famU'c of the member him, and carol COR Inc. IK N. W. llh Ave. Miami
Small for
. efficiency cottage rent
- Visiting" were Phone tt-tm Ri
II i the Radiant Friendship Club ml cookie, : furnished Farm Lire rd. near ON SMALL OR LARGE Id lluuM .... of Eureka Dr.
II In Ute Lion Ven. Santa drink were ,PreaMir.. Paul a Cornrllu.Vlce-Prea. DlRcaync dr. M W. Fryfogle. ACREAGE
Fte FtI distributed gull from a Chrlit11 -; the project for (dltf) DAMP CHASERS will keep ph. terrine RL t Bell 1st
tree and and hunts' dampness out of your plant. RICHARD FUCIIS 7-JI7I Ilamestead
'I games Walker Martin
ere enjoyed. ford, Mr. L. ltd., S. or Mowry Ph. 419 39 terra, excellent high plneland Piano tuning and repair. Chat Registered Broker' I
The club' ChrUtmai party for Mr. John 0. Ilea '721, Ilomestadepaji tract on Halnlln dr Phone tlclgcr. Ph '172.I .
I Inmate* of Comfort Home In the club' Z81-W-1. (nlOtf) John II. Half and Fare IWipirr SEE ALEX LANIER for well
I Princeton wa held on the after dance were For Sale-Real (':stale registered Salesmen. drilling, N. E. Kings Highway
goon of Dee 21. Each aged per project i iUFFET !"'or Sale-IMisrcllanootis Ph. 31-n.
I
1111 N. federal llwy.
For sale: 2-bodroom completely rhone 115 P.O. Don 50J:
I ( SUPPER GIVEN For sale: 1041 Ford Convertible. furnished cypress homo on WK IX reliable watch repalnnf,
IN HONOR OF VISITORS FROM II yON" Cares. Overdrive, like new. Farmall double lot with bearing fruit Member of Chamberof Woods Jewelry, MoCrory Ar
II y Ph. B21-M. Will trade tree Price $4,356. Ph. Miry Commerce cade. (J2U)
trror. (1x129)) Dickinson evenings at 615,7.ECIIOE .
/ Mr. and Mrs Hunt 'of
Ralph Gallagher of .
Tinceton entertained Christ. ..,....... JORDAN .. W not t'd
on children June, "v. > IiOSl, more tan d Broker 7CH-J
leg Ph.
nas Eve at a Swedish buffet super Bob, Mr. and + 1I onrloads In Miami dock. Every AliRrrllanroim\
> In honor of Mr. and Mrs Jot. street and Mr kbt' and every aloe for every I MONEY: TALKS. For 19750 Wanted-Lane SAUSAGE TREK I
A. Elder of Fort Collins, Col, Murray of >urposc-.flre, auction, Irrigation, all cash! you ran buy a 3-bod- Wo buy used! tnattrr-wwn, tee mllli fruit on Alan ANY
nd their, daughter, Margaret Armstrong of C' ,;.;. --2 welding, air I top-quality room furnished home on double boxes, heaters, bed and nnv- OTHER PECULIAR or FREAK!:
Ann, Jo, E. Elder of of hose. Our lot thing ot value Shop, 227
," 'Pf.Y'' garden price corner Flroplnco, garage Swap TRF.R Write 1': O Darnliill Till
Present besides those mentioned cent Couper of inspection invited. crocned porch Clone to every. S. Flaglcr Ave. (dS2-lf) N E 5th Ten mo, Ft. Uiuderdnlr
were Mr. and Mrs John Harvey of HOM and Rubber Co, thing. See Fchno Jordan, reg Fit., or phone 1-7207, (pIG
I I j 39 N. Miami ave. Ph. 144508 broker. Ph. 78S-J. RADIO REPAIR-Quirk wrvlce

r I e ((11S.tf\ ) Desirable lot_all kind. Phone All work guaranteed. Prlrotreaaonable. Dr.) Leonard W. Haskin
t I'' 55 :nl drum, removable tops. |2Ch Mary Dickinson evening at III-J Rolx>rt J. Brook*, SIR: JAAMINATIONHDr. ;
I'u I for 110. Pine Ridger ECIIOE JORDAN Robert rd., just north* nf Palm I'UII., Sal 1I..lmo, ol en..r
I'ro I Palm dr. Ph. 820-J. PC'Il. Ph. '70DJrejt. Or, Florida City. /*h. 834-W
dew SQXEK"Y, Broker LcCrand(: 1.. llaskinMl
i 1 NOT A WAX J I vj RdltrJCC .. .
IV'lMI.b'7&rdari!. broker. has Expert Wftvh end jewelry repair. tlN.F.I' M 1/ Miami. n.
...
I C'loIo1 4 Alp rtnilllUlwl UN
I Ins All work guaranteed. Nell'
) a better lutlro (* CRETE BLOCKS ill sites e 3-bedronm homo near wheel
1 I dnice'i Block Co, Naranja Fla on nice deep lot with '1'f'C'1. Only! 15 S. Krome, Phone lit. (oltf)
May oil good things its longer Phone 171. 8.01)8) -term*. Pll. 769-J. NOTICE: UM!!' >ril HCTITIOI'll
i more protection PLASTER PATCHINO./ Work NAME MW
I Fot ante* Winchester model '5.tI'nlibre -bedroom homo on lot 100x13! unrnntped. Francis Fox Ph14TJ. Notice i I' lirrib.i given thAt the
find a path to less clip magarlne target ft.. N. W 10th (t., near Unhand (alS-U) undersigned, doing bu ln.,.under

................................$12.75 .... lfn| (rl'h.with 807 Lyman 2R1-M-4 eight Reason-(oOtf) rd 83R-W Hargnln far' cash Phone (531-r dill) the fictitious nnme of Topic" )Hew
I .b or or lei, 2R3: S Krome nve Home
r during the coming yeor. ..................................$9.75 I I SI.U1S steed,', Fla. Intends to reRliter
rt I II I Mild some with the rlerk of the
flrriill Court of Dude County
George A. Crawshaw Florid.
t ETTA'S BEAUTY I II Specialize in I IIerman Marks\ WM. RASKIN
I Owner
f fA and Land (Der ??, :">. I IHW: Jon &.12. 1931)Authorfoed )
. I II N. Krome AveUpitln \Wheel Balancing Civil Engineer Surveyori4aml.t.d PAINTING and DECOllATING
Interior and exterior McLean
:: I I with Rader Kii.fwn! Tlpprtt Fmlneerlng Co. Phone '748-R. (pdtl: )
4SrAVER.LONGMOTORS
I Stewart-Warner I E5? Ki... ARDENUauJln., lanrtwapln
I Good Health, Wheel Balancer : Suite 1815 DuPont Building topaoll, potting soil sand rock

fill. Ph. 241-R. Write Rt I. Don INC,
The Keystone of '* us to balance the wheel on 14-A Ilnmralend.rt. :
: Miami 32, Florida Telephone ..n.. 1I111111'.t41a'", 1'1.
Pomrnirr ear wheel balanced with
I Courses of treatment outlined Wsrnrr Electronic HaUnrcr. i. Clip c.'M41.,..., .NCT5'S'Ii tho "U,, .. lk.a'e. l
"
I I .I..d. 10 ...Ise, /." .Ido alow
Ij m" fln HUM of IM) .>4 Idam.
j your individual Fur Plumbing Call en ... DODGEFLYflODinPartsPin
lee ft. 1%" stn Iba 01 ell ... M

I MASSAGE: General and CHARLES FALESPlumbing maw MM will W .rml 4 Up U I f, 'Ice
TuwUr J... M, IMI.
i, I CABINET UATIIS: Steam and -Long Motors Contractor Futures and Supplln w CniMiO all kW rwna. Uw rKM. U r.loS .lI'j, 5. natler- rh. 171

It : COLONIC IRRIGATION: Modern Phone 386-R R. EDWARD lite*. Mr M."Saw. ".

t WE OFFER A SAFE, SENSIBLE Inca

;

i : J. C. Simpson Rinnie K. Sales Service LAND SURVEYING JALOUSIESGlass

Homestead, Fla.
': Reglsteree Masseur ReglaUred ... Hugh F. Duvul

., Dy Appointment'' Only. Phone Everett W. Shuler wil 1 '


iIi i Phone 1ST . a Afte* p, m '7lt-W a WoodAluminum
tl i

,I Breezeway Theatre Homestead Engineering. Co.

REGISTERED LAND SlUVBTOn
T end I P. M. Phone No. 171
_
rt Effective Sunday and Monday Dee. II
*t NEW ADMISSION PRICE effective Sunday, pee II
,
Admission 47e, Federal. Tax lo. 8UU Tan J Matinee, tic Children: aDder II, le; New Building Construction
Chlldrei la car admitted FREE wider It
!Sea Office OpensS: / .... : lea All price\ include tan Repair and Additions Under F.H.A.
Saturday and Sunday, I till IL Giffen Industries Inc.
.Ust Tines Today! -Pert of New Tone". "Ooldea ,rie er_ M>d antll S ,.m. Ventilated Awning Shutters

SATURDAY. Des II : It-Double Fealar Pr gram
JOHN WAYNE, LORRAINE DAY SIR !: SMILEY BURNETT In. /

I ( "TYCOON"Color by Technicolor) DONNELL THE HADLANDS", BIO BOY WILLIAMS InIIOEDOWN" .. Roofing of All KindsPouredinPlace Gypsum Pecks GeOgC N. McHugh Contractor

Also ALLEN "Rocky" LANE and hi* Stallion ,

"FRISCO TORNADO" Cement Tile ManufacturingSola
II MONDAY Dee. It-.Jao. 1 172 S. Krome Ave phene IU ,
SUNDAY aid MONDAY. Dee. II-.* esldenve '7MREd.
: .
JAMES
WHITMORE In Water Heaters '
:, JOHN
JOEL McCREA, WANDA HENDRUC / :
Y AND \
MItMALONE" .
I j "SADDLE( by Technicolor TRAMP"Color \ ) : ..; Pete Smith; Path. New_ Sheet Metal Work

jI AUo GEORGE': BREAKSTONE YORKE WEDNESDAY, Jan. I-I Insulation
I "JUNGLE STAMITiDE" I HALE JAMES CLZASON In
s JACKl'OT* Acoustical Materials L Branam's Funeral Home
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TUESDAY Sad WEDNESDAY: /., MovW.es Specially! .
RICHARD CONTE, COLLEEN GRAY Air Conditioning SUCCCSftOK TO TvaN,.'.
iI
and Jan.
"SLEEPING CITY" FRIDAY 4-I
I Also ROBERT MITCHUM LORETTA LOUISE' ALDRIGHT In 0 Fan VentilationFree 24-Hour Oxygen-Equipped Ambulance
"RACHEL AND THE YOU'RE SMILING Air-Conditioned Chapel
MARK STEVENS In ,
1 THURSDAY sad FRIDAY, Ja.. '- MIDNIGHT .AND DAWN" Eehea/a ..

JOHNNY. SHEFFIELD"LOST MAJORIE VOLCANO"LORD : : Paraaaxml New I t 272 Amen Aye,-Conri Galta Cremation:

M....,. I... '
< -"WATCH THE:
1 Aim CARY GRANT, MYRNA LOT, SHIRLEY *, : 'Pkeu 441 t.I' t. :t.' Fku
t "BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY wilt) RED 8KCLTOM.i r .: 41561,1.. ... .MII ., .:n.e m Homestead: : :

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Mr. and Mrt R, O Murrah or 6-LEADER.ENTERrmSE, Friday Dec. 29 19M+ .

AND AROUND were Atlanta Christmas and daughter Eve guests. Louise oMn ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS

Murrain, Ihir-ln-law and Mr. and Mra. Bouflai Ingrain
W'/'HA9'AYAJ.fH )
: I of Nfwloa rd. entertained at
liter. Mr and Mrs Dexttr'" .
IIOMESTEA1Oentinued The Murrah came by plane for Christmas dinner' Mrs. Intrant Demon Electric Hu I ,
u. II. S SENIORS TO SPONSOR FORMAL parent. Mr. and Mn John H.
a red's Christmas parent*visit In,Miami with Mr. Mur DANCE THIS EVENING IN CAFETORIUMA Seymour her brother Buddy, andsister Philco Appliances ...... v:;
Nancy UnUI their recent ..,.:

( from Page Fl\e) Mn Phoebe Harper ot Winter formal dance to which the 7:JO Irt. the school auditorium. marriage, Mn Ingram WM Mia rrbHwte. rk. 441 I ,r
Park was a Friday overnight la Invited will be Millie will be Barbara Seymour
Turner, and Mr and Mn. Bruce public apon. provided by an
guest at the home of Mn M. P.
cored this evening by the senior orchestra
Joboaon of SheUmao. Qa., IIIddluher. Wollam of E Campbell dr CRM| of Redbind High SchooL A door price will be awarded ,
\ Breads.Chrlstmu : Admlaelon will be charged tar and refreshment will be aerved "Dinner
New Year's
Warrant Officer Lawrence Coleman Day .
the dance which will begin it
guests of Mr. and USN, of Norfolk, Vi. I II MRS OTIIEUA REDDIS
Mn. It M OM bbl were Mr and pending the holidays In Perrine DORCAS HOSTESS Il j)
Mrs C. E. Fuller of Miami, Mr with Mr*. Coleman and their ME. AND MBS. KENDRICK The Traditional
and Mr. 8 3. Gibbt{ and Mrs family ARE CHRISTMAS HOSTS Gina were exchanged by the HAPPY 't'ttcEWYEIk
H. J Punches and daughter, member of First Baptist Duress Ulackcjc I'caa and Mug Jowls
Christmas dinner guests of Mr r
Patsy, ot 'South" Carolina' 3 JOtbba Mr. and Mn. Abner Ulmr1lelmen Class on Dee II at the home ofMrs. / i
1 .
and Mn L P Kendrlck of E.
Pork Ham and I Dressing
and Mrs Fuller are a of WoroaaUr, MM? are occupying Campbell dr were Mr, and M,.. Othella Redd of 89 W .
and daughter of Mr and Mae I 11.1 their new homo on N. E. 18th Mowry at. Fruit cake and coffee Me "
Robert Kuhn of Athena, Ga", Plenty ef VI'.l'tablea-nJueberr Cobbler and
Glbbi .t. Mr Hlmmelnun la associated served
M. and Mrs Funchei and Mra M. P WolUm and Mn were '
Patiy are Mn 8 J. Gibbt mother with Hertor Supply Co May Hall On Christmas Eve Mrt Jesse Cowman Invited the frtf

and litter' ......,........,..................., Mr. and M.... Kondrck.| Mr. and group to hold the January meet. I II Family Style 1.25
.IUIES AKCIIKQ SMIThIIDSI'ITAL Mra Kuhn and Mn Kendrlck I Inn/ at her home on W. Mowry dr, I
Childhood friend were united Present, besides those men- .
MW8 grandson David Wayne, were
'
during the holidays when Mn. tioned, Sirs E. U Lawrence MAJOR\ ELECTRIC
........ .,,.., dinner |uo tt of Mr and Mn T. wen -
Kill .oo".oooo.
Shepman came from Shills, Mn J n. Mn.Cha .
T Kendrick of 179 N. W 44th Pope,
Ind. to visit Mn. J. 11 KlUhcn Medical patlenla-Mra. Lodell it In Miami. *. T Harper, Mri. C. V. SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANT NORMAN BENSON
of Naranja. Mn Shopman Will Motley, Mn Florence Moran Darnel, Mrs T D Plche, Mn
accompanied by a nephew, Robert Mrs Joan Dellliis, Mrs Mabel ('IIRISTMAS REUNION IIL1D D. R. Swllley, Mn. H Collier, rerrlne, Fto.
Kern of Shoali Other guests I Foote, Mn Mary hanky, Mrs.Susie AT DICKINSON IIOME Mri Art Dude, Mn John Elliott U. S. 1-Next to Redland} Camp Homestead
of Mr. and Mri Kltrhen on and Mn H. J. Davli.
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I Gladden, Mill Helen All 12 mcmbcri of the Dickinson .
Chriitmai Day were Mn L. D. -- --- -- - - -- ----- -- .
I Whited, Frank Cahoon, Leban family were present at the
Anderson, Mill Miriam Holmes
Bishop, Everett Douberley,Home- Christmas reunion held at the
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and Emmett Anderson ahead; Mr. Gertrude DatchelorMri : home of Mr and Mn. S. L. Dickinson "
Conitance Van lloulen Florida of 160 N. W 12th it '
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Mr. and Mr. Harold iL
Crowdor ; : '
City; M. L. Water., Redland; After gift were exchanged 'J ; : J'
of Holly Spring, Miss, ind their .. .. ",' ,..... .)
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Melvin McDonald, Tavcrnler; around I lighted ChrUtmai tree, t< ... . ... ..
there children are expected: to .; : I 1 t .. ;"j ", ." .. .
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Walt this weekend at the home Mr ind Mrs Jack Frttwell Boca I turkey dinner was aerved buffet : I l '"'ft -.. , .I . .1.. '. .. . '}.+ I!': ,
of Mr, and Mn J. J. hooker of Chlcl, Everett Peterson Mlnnetola atylePreient. . :. . f ' : + '
Hlckaon dr Mn. Crowder II I wore Mr and Mm ..: (r . ; ( ;- : r ..] :f' +
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former schoolmate of Mn Hunker Lamar Dickinson, Jr". Mr and : .. . .. : .
'. Mr. Wm. F. Dickinson and t7 t7r
Benson Electric Has daughter' Linda and Sury, Mr. '. ' J'
Mill Helen Revell and Mica and Mn Glenn Dickinson, Mice : '
Philco ..
AppliancesPrinceton F. .
Verne Lou Cameron are pending Rosemary Dickinson, George<<

the holidays In Drookiville Ha. Ph. 441. Dickinson, Edw Kaichel and tho .
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at (the homo of Mini Hovelli] uncle lost and hostess.Wollain : : :
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and aunt!, Mr and Mr*. Che : i : ; -
Bradford

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Miss Marguerite Ovrratrect olAahevllle ; i \
N. C. li being entertained '-, ., '01
by her brother and ilstcr- I .
In-law,. Mr and Mn Moulton : ; ;: ( .'

Owntreet. 4 ; upvE\4 :. .. ; ::. : I

Ml* Johnnie McQInnlt, daughter '
of Mr and Mrs. R. D. Mc- ,,. ... .'' .
Glnnli of E. Campbell dr, li I ,
pending the holidays In Lincoln : , '
N. C. at the home of her grandmother g 1r I :; I

Mr. Arthur HullmnnChriitmai .
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guests of the Hcv. "J.
and Mn John H Whitt were
Mr Whllt. brothers and iliten-
In-law, Mr and Mri Eldon B
Dummitt and Mr. and Mr, Car-
land Dummltt of Lexington, Ky
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Mica Grace McNelll of Miami r/ ,e.. 4)/S) :,.,' 7a t
Christmas at the
was a guest> t
home of her uncle and aunt Mr \ '
and Mn. J. A. McNolll of 77/ N.

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Miss Josephine< hooker of HUkmn .
1 dr. li spending the hi>llin) >"' c
In New York City with hw 1e, J..NJIIIo .
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Mr. and lill''. Keith Wilson of : Io.
Miami visited on Dec 21! ot the
home of their aunt Mn. May i
Halt ,

Mr and Mr*. Alfred Sounder

ot guests' Miami of Mr.were Saumlcri Chrttmat parents Eve J I) We take this opportunity .to '

Mr. and Mri C E. Saunders of .
201 N. X Flat ave I: "

Mr, and Mrs Rufus Joh noon ot & Kendrick ,,,? II Ill I ) express our appreciation. for'

Hamlet, N. C, are holiday guests

of Mn Johntoni brother-in-law Ult N Krome Ave .q ' '' !''L the and will \
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Bees and sister of Perrlne Mr and Mn .A T. ,'.. V I J \ .


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