by Jay Charles Andi'Vw*;
said Dr. B. Lincoln, sparkplug Tuesday and Wednesday By rfconThursday kapok cushions, wa the which calmed the J >-
; t Francis tor's degree at summer sessions Calivo production but come Most boala hew th' *' grace to j trashed limbo the right licit of tin
of the beautlflcatioa and Improvement by % .0 in the I4-age g up experience Tueadsy. night t>t Dick turn snte to realit and '
\ and
at \.ttl University of Florida packing and sale methods, he give their caw Jaclum sedia which Mr. Jackson:"
; campaign and co Mr, Rio began his teaching aid. ,.had been reilstered.The \ Huff popular proprietor of Dick's rents something\ to climb on ei then to'co-operate whole-hearted! wlII\\,4rlvbg. "" earth on Hnb rui rd
chairman of the committee with South Dada fill OrJvl-ln. Mr and Mrs,, < ty the Americana !'*.tonka
y and
,.. : career with a year In.the achoolt Th* production enmKto*' t Dsm3taarJYe'1 bans !D. but nut thisorAShwt! t alkWrmiil.t 4' '
Heinleln. Lincoln reported oll: ."" .' sdsseosre/Ms/ e'Mf 1% 'fuamiB' .Kmarriite "(4Ithl
Mr : .o\bI"fbnltbnf uSar/
t :: III l7ebauc rcuba.3lecwarlup, klta1"r/f t..l't'', .jjj,II ltbe ind kUjTMT IntartecUon, alter th. crsih, <
Jthat of/artlOt b6 w tine will open rom m. tot f and cokes at 1 ll not regliiterM until
1015' penatrt' burgers This
villnf principal of the thncl VI forted Wednesday night with Mr. was at 11: p. m The struck an unoc6u tH forked Of I
to I day, etcoptSunday !: the tlrit MI I III born ha ld. U
Loader-En MM
every N
been writing for the p. Dick'i bar-Vq.
hlpwretked .
Apopka In Orange) County and Chandler In )tls Goulds office. bostrldcrs tied their oil the wt 'aid *l l Robert rd. :
terprise ha* born fruit la at least served for tn :years as presidentof Commute members' are I; and Labor Day, for ana' the Dick recently went upstate and kapok cushion together to keep the tprond child: also ut a girl, about 200 fret seat and turned !
one Instance. A packing hout the Orange County Educational Ames, Ceo. Batchetor and LawA period from Aug. W to Including brought back on a trailer a cor- from being separated after dark custom: provide that the unhappy over on It'* left sid*.
operator on U. S. 1 asked Dr. Lincoln Association For the past two rence Pope Sept 18.Th rect-ctdft motorboat Tuesday afternoon and hoped for rescue, mother\ may be relegated' to There It a complete: absence ot
If he would advise him in year he has been at William. registration schedule It as h* took tm and Mary Here In Itomeitead, Mrs Huffgot the position of tdiootma amBrief stop or rautlod sign at the Inter- ,

the beautifying of bit property JenQong Bryan Junior 'High follows;: with him on its maiden voyage alarmed! as night wore on and talks were made lay Rob IIId lOll of ItoberU rd end Coconut ,
with plants .and vines just before School Sept 4 and 7-Men born In They got out to C....r'. Creek enlisted the aid of David Barnesand art A. Wilson, retiring. Redland Palm df, and .If orange grove |

the cropping: _aon'.lterti Mr. and Mrs Rice and their 1.104 4PIJPILSREGISTERED IMS. and were heading back for HoiriD- his boat. When Mrs )Huff and principal and Wilfred E. Dire, at the Mutheait cornet render It
8 and I Men norm J In who will urcmHi him. Wilson -
Four ether projects In the five- two sons, Billy, IS, and Dicky, 5, Sept stead when the boat suddenly) Dave found the floating trio. It has been Mr. "'blind" so that the driver of a car *,
point 'program of the committee, occupy their own horn In Bis* Dr 182S. was 1:1&: a. m. and all three were appointed tulstsnt coming from the south would not ,I
Sept 10 ,11 Men born In principal at Miami Edison:< Jllgh
.recently adopted by the garden and :
cayne Park but plan to move into on the vergo exhaustion.. None School. see t vehicle coming from Ute -
club ,also war parceled out to th* teacherig within 'th pert IIER'EUaht IW .island 14-Mn bona In 20-YEAR SERVICE of the party suffered any Ill ..ff Charles I'elgar pianist, played east on Coconut Palm uhtll Just 'j
member SCHOOLS
: few weeks. They art active mem afterward' however. j aalctlon from about' ten jest from the corner. |
Chopin and "Be-
Immediate work on planninga hers of the Pre bteI'l.n Church. JD2" The sam holds true for the I
scenic I route through the New Sept, 11 and It-Men. born In PIN PRESENTEDMRS. Recovered next. day, the Huff( cauee" and "111 Love You Till I <
teachers who will\ driver of the approaching the
report '
enrollment reported bout found to have had ,
BeHland District which will. be; was 1929 a big pie" Mr* Roy Wlttcnwyler presented
for the Intersection\ from east t
opening of Redltnd School
designated by appropriate road Wednesday at Homestead, Red- Sept IT and IS-Men. born In hot knocked the bottom-prott- a reading, "The Wedding"
marker and will appear on all Tuesday morning are Henry DIxon land and Florida City school with| 1930 before Sept II DRIGGERSA ably by rocks In the shallows More than ninety Linn and The northwest corner, which f
and Mrs Everett Shuler. did not happen to figure In this
guide maps will be started by i I total registration of 1,104 Class P. T. A. president throughoutthe before the channel: was reached guest were present at the ladle ..
Mr Dixon, son oT Mrs. Mary T. Dick said. hcrldent, Is .blind. then/ th*
Mont J Baker, manager of the Furry, will teach social studies In es will .begin full-day county are serving as draft 10-year service pin was presented night program. that did Low hanging E'4

chamber of commerce, Dr. mfl-j the Junior high school He 1 II a registrars and are being assisted to Mrs Jimmy Drlgiiert!! frunds, a eroton hedge and .
ell J. Lincoln and T. E. I The Homestead enrollment was. by P. T. A. member Mr*. of the Homentead/
graduate of Redland High School chief operator Florida City Church Names New Unit cadq foliage make It \Impoaslbl rr
(Continued on Page Two) and of Princeton University and 537, with 2S7 pupil In elementary: Colts hat been aided by Mrs Wil exchange of Southern Bell Tele*I' I for drivers coming from the north Q\
school ISO In achool Red- lard Lewis. Mrs Olin Wright Mrs.John .
served with the U. S. Ate Forces and high'' plus Co., on Wednesday wh",1II In Honor of Edward Emily Stiling on Robertl t+A to se* car coming ,
land the R. Craves Mrs J Lee Smith,
Bandmaster taken ,
Local in World War II. lie and Mrs local operators were on 1 from the Welt on Coconut Palm ..
Homestead rigor bt seven, with Mrs John Becker and Mrs Bruce
Transferred to Miami Dixon, the former Miss Rosenury an escorted tour of the Miami: dr,- ..nd via vtrw. y'
131 registered In '. elementary Ennls. Other P. T, A. members
Burk and their small ton, Henry, headquarter The presentation Th new classroom of Florid lino war laid the flint of June. The northeast corner of the Intersection
Bandmaster Arden W Richards Jr. are making their home pn school and 111 In high acllool.TwenJtthree' : .; will assist next week. made by Traffic Manager Frank I I City Community Church has been the lard ....b. SI, and the founda-- II I fairly dear exceptfor
\ were enrolled at Mrs W. A. Beck Is registrar at
bal been transferred from Home Coconut Palm dr I Newton In I surprise ceremony, teamed the Edward and Emily 0. A garage, In which the washrooms i Tuxedo Feed advertising l-
School the Pen-In halt
sled High School to Miami Edit Mrs Shuler, a graduate Florida Florida City Elementary city I took place on \the anniversary of will be located and the sign Which partially obstructs the
t !'lion to fill the vacancy: left by the State University, formerly\ Mrs. Drtgjers' employment! by the Billing room, and an Identifying classroom were completed! In. a view of motorist approachingfrom

t resignation; of Fred W. McCalL taught In the Eustis achoola She Rcdland Youth Group Will Canvass company. plaque will be ">:*,OMl abov the two-week period by mute than, cane north of east Th southwest
i .'No successor to Mr. Richards has and Mr. Shuler and their.children,, .j Accompanied\ by Mrs. Minnie I(I door, report the Rev Martin R. I1J50 worth of work donated by corner II ,not, badly obstructed.

,\ ) been named, Principal E B. Black. Wglllam Everett MargarH and Area for 'Overseas Relief Donations Brehmer, district recreation SIHpervlsor Davis, patter 14 men and boys. .
bunt reported yesterday Suzanne make their hornet: M ( .f and Miss Gerrl Wen I, Th action<< was voted Sunday] Lloyd\ Della, chairman of the Mr. and Mrs Jackson cam
,. 'Th tout' new teacher appointed & W. First St. Homestead.. Mr. (Continued on Page Two>)> by the official board and the Sunday building\ committee, and Frit* torn Barr 21 yean ago to make j

for Neva King Cooper School Shuler will replace at sixth, grade . clothing.fanned goods and cash Into groups to'*cout by automo echnol board hi appreciationof Schroeder each spent their vacations their horn on Plummer dr ricer ..
'are Mis Estella Burnham of Pled- teacher Mil Msble Ruttt Pope contributions will be collected for bile the Redland and the Homestead Destroy 300-Gallon Still the Interest and good will of on the building project' and Redlsnd rdTrained
,mont Ala, Miss Harriet Uphamof who Is teaching this year \InRawllngs overseas relief by the Redland communities Donors" In Woods Near HomesteadA the late Mr. Smiling and Mrs. BUI Grover Easter took time off from al 1 bookkeeper 'by
Vero Beach, Railey Macey of W,.. Methodist Youth Fellowship' a asked to have their contributions hog Mrs. Sluing who recently another Job to help Shaw Business College of Portland +t i
':Silver AIn and Eddie: Adam* otCordell Mr Harvey Rue the\:former world-friendship scavenger hunt ready for pick-up by the young 100-gallon: still and 400 gullont marked her Nth birthday annl On AUK II. an. appreciation Mt, air. Jackson for IS '

: Dkla, Th vacancies Were Miss Ma7Anne Brown will not Thursday evening Arrangements people. Cash gift will be wed to of mash were destroyed Saturday verssry, this past year donated chicken pilnu supped! war served yeas operated a mercantile boil .
; ''left by. the resignations of Mrs teach mathematics In the high are being ,directed by.)lt.I Ruth defray mailing'costs... by state agent In a weeded two lots to give the church: ownership U) thos who had don.lacllabor. near in Bur After coming .to
L. U Hood and Mr. John W. De school this year, Mrs Arden W. Engel,wwnri4 fxiendthlp' chairman Persons who have contributions area northeast ef Homestead. No of the entire end ol the and each wan prevented with an Redlsnd, N did expert upholster.
b ,Milly, the :transfer of, Mrs tire Richards, teacher of a third grade, tor the, ',",up. * to be picked up are asked arrest were mad j birth on Which the church plant "appreciation vork bond." Namedon log work.In \;
Ewing to Miami, and the employ has been transferred to Miami and The>oung booplwill meet at to telephone the Rev Martin R The raid was staged by Agents stand the work honor roll. In addition addition to tall. wife, Mtbl.
ment of Miss France Sutland In her place will be taken by Mrs .T p. m. at the Redland Community Davis at 34S-a or Miss, Engl at Roger Fox Sonar Law and Roacoe Construction of the church to those mentioned are Ernest Mr. Jacktot leave' t atater, Mrs ,r

f' Rawllngt, Wwo. Eleanor Alexander who taught a Church. They will\ separate I7W-J, 0'Sago. school building was authorized by "1111. Letter Walkup, David" W H.\ .Prescott of' Bprlnil)did. Ma,. .s
y ; combined first and second. grade -- T Latin,, ) a Cohernour, Harry M. .
AMbJl.rAN'! WlUi MEET last year.Miss Degler', Roy S Chandler J, David OKOWEtS TO MttT MONTHLY

Tba locatteamera. club win hold Let Cunningham, girls' Roberta I Walter Freeman It ''Th* ,Florida Tropical Fruit
It* .ou, niuUon meeting at I physical education'instructhas Snakes of f Erergy National Park Grady Lofton, John I Chandler, Grower Association wilt hold
(o'clock .Wednesday Afternoon In been IU for the past two week at John Baits John De Hello, James monthly ttMetingt on the last Many -
l FUgJer Fotoshop, announce*; Jack her home In Coral Cable and will D* Hello, Edward /Chandler Jerry d. night of each month, mem
7 .JAv,. ee; be unable to report Tuesday Saunders Itoyt Lofton, Ronnie ben voted Monday Bight The
Clonlngcr. Jama Ch.ndler'.not group has been meeting weekly, lathe
; : *By W. K. DILLET has often happened that I person, quently mistaken for a blacksnake king make exists down Cps Richard Ketter RedlaAd ad* l'iucIJt. rlum. .
Roc Pulkcr&on to Speak at Kiwanis Park Natural** feeling' very brave) and strong, has but It It heavier! and grow Sabte way. Instead of ,the usual
I ., Whenever group of persons killed a 'toother snake, broken 1 longer-up to about eight feet contrasting black and tan markings -

: Charter Night Banquet on Sept. 10 gathers to J "chew tie fat. open her body and exposed ...1 The Indigo I* completely harmless It ls t uniform tan or olive Mrs.\ Lena Link Tclfe ,Soroptimbts
thoot the bun or Just politely unborn Utter nf four' *. From this and can aoldorn\ be Induced to bite color I IWhen
,' discuss various topics, U th* vb- experience\ It la sometimes .*- Tb different condition and the Perhaps the moat: beautiful, of Of;Ai pf(rprialcly add Camp Happy
,. Approximately lis Klwantant.! Guest speaker .t the.. Florida ject -or snakes t* brought up it I* fumed that the soothes must have elimtto ot extreme South Florida our makes It the corn snake, a .
: their wives and guest ar* ex City Kiwanis Club'charter night received: eagerly and continued,on wallowed Nf ,young to protect hive produced distinct varietiesof mall reptile reaching a maximum
peeled to attend the banquet Club banquet oq Sept 10 wit be Roe Into the night Most honest ,pert hem This It not the ease howevrr Makes at they have don la' Of about three test It usually .has yod let old, the 'things :list Not all an Aartty eases :'
: member may obtain ticket from Fulkenon, of Hollywood editorial son here give themselves free tad If mother task did other animal group One of these rich marking of mahogany red you most enjoy are tomMhlng many live private mem Ann w
Bill Cody writer of the Klwanl Mag rein relegating fact to I position swallow her young they Would color varletals black snakewhich on I tea beckgro and. It II I H sassy load to eat and a good bod," Mrs. vntron I I. food to m*. peoplespecially *
's New member welcomed Into axlne Among the distinguished el unimportance. Th* wildest be digested\ Just M surely as ifrnouat a ta th* :reaches ot th* as H is pretty and on ors occasion Lana, Link told 1,11ow.nben Use church members.1
.the Florida City club Friday Bight guests Invited to the dinner in time tale" such a* th* hoop soak atoms of frog had! been eaten.No . pert I* brown. When first handled bit the author on the nose while of the Soroplimlrt Club of South Camp Happy, north,ot Home
I. were Jimmy Drlggen; Jabs V. Parkway Inn" wffl be KlwanJ' erg usually ?not bdleved except attempt will be IIIIICIt In this ,the I black snake will defend It* he. was busily taking\ 1U photo- Dad County in a talk M her ttcad, wts ,.named aba mid, as *
'0, r',Erse, Grover Kester Wm.CMorito Governor Harold Martin :of Fort by the roost paiWnf simple mind article: to list the tw nty-4wo or Nil by biting but since It I II nonpolsonous'lftU graph.Cloeely. Camp' Happy at their luncheon refuelled memorial to ,k woman)

",,; { and Paul r Van. Lauderdale'' LL Gov. S. & HaJ- ed. However/even tnMUgent parsons mote snakes. found la; the Ever damage i II done. related th* oonwnak meeting Monday. ho'h4 Mpretsed I overflowlnf
'. 1' 'I. Guest were Kenny King and land of Hollywood and ,Past LLOov I often presses and accept as Hade* National park area. Only A mall watersnak of the is the yellow rat soak It U I fin 'Therefore, my first aim 1 18 to gratitude for the 'happiness 'slie. ,
!r'. 'Ceo, Anderson of the Davit dub, James F, Mack. !true mud tnlautfonnatiati' about tile more MtleeaU* *r intending brackish mangrove shows a surprising large snake with toaaltudlaaltuipt ta* that the M pensioner at had found at\ thut.rerun* la:her
K! 'L.. David and C 1*. Hammer! Th dub will be presented! ''with I our' Interesting snakes.;LL ", species <*U1 mentioned \ variation to color. This Is .la the adult. When Soldestroyed Camp horn fot the IaIt 4aJI. X"HUnlightlBi \

stabs of the Hollywood club. th* It* charters banner, eeoretary'i. I Moat snake lay eggs, rather i On *f the most common. u the flat-tailed water, snake aDd K live near houses and aged-havt) good. food and good Mr. Ltk* 'taliwr '
,Rev James E. Jenkins and Henry kit and other club paraphernalia.\ long and covered with I pliable wU M the largest peaks of th* make on the sates mangrove ices :, tidings where It: doe a better bed,*' said the alert\ and sprite stories of those ,who had
Jsities of Homestead. and the Tb male quartet of.West Faun leathery 41x11. Others, including\ are I* the Indigo seeks Smooth\ a solid brick red. Job of catching rats and mice thaa ly little proprietor who It herself. lived and died at Camp Happy-
asm F:, 0. Baldwin of the CblpUy Beach Ki anti Club V01 ding garter make rsKletnskej and ad floasy\ bunk wHa a touch of balto d block atiy book eat dose.Cd.tlaued nearly eighty-two\ years M age.. .j stories ..I 'M ho .4. /torl of

'..' ---.l asveral) ain.tlBO!' water anrtisi Mar.y., kllvt. It purple leader,ill Wgep. It II trt- .A toter variety,*. common, (( M !ftTwX ."W* ajwar bay f waiting\ humor, ...... :- .3 i

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Th HOMESTEAD LEADBlUMTEtPRliB: Friday, September 8. INS*

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TM. JV 01 JLIILL J 1 !I l I SNAKES 40 Hour Total for School and Work >>YEAR SERVICE P. .Marsh. Robert Mrs SUlh"Loatoe.",. Mss'Brown.Mra. Joy. ,)

One) Peter, Mtta Jean Conner. aftfe, t
Le '-Edtterprise The Gadabout I (Continued tram Pep One) Limit for Children Under 16 Years (Continued from Pap One CaUahan. Mitt Winifred
All of the forfcoing kinds of aert of the Mums office: the group .
20 Years none, Ml** Mind Nixon
7...4' ...' I' Bf IWM WWttof' ......... Ago taaket are nonpoiaonou The was enteruined at\ hineKMta atBufttnat Jane Moon and Mir Dolly' .. 1:' I
gledls JIIa ootI IFbr 1inah ... tea room. rant guam
; 2lsthIa5uiL lean. l-Vatwtktm 14, Florida JTorkjften'a Caeaan -
. .. ..... of .... .... JllfieatetaiMd .,.. prvftdea we patteolad with a MAdkarehlef .. nine. 1
.... iMtfc la *** a law penalty
w 4*.N.seer W. teM P-.1, '11'' 1' r 1 I w Llhease .... at twMdge .. ......,....... ., ........I ...oV ..* We ft H for *M H mer u tl double eWtUMotattm M a a moor and t mirdatuN beauty kit '
Both rod4 on my cycle tar
ter t! less to I0s aplelwa digs r'-r----- .. After a tour of the MiMIItaa"
pdfaeRe wilds.'" ea tile eperr Ii InjimQ wniw employed .ni tieWien .
el U Qeerwteh Nea.nentwe .. .... served ta the back of me. '
roan w -- e e airtenitwera.oRitcw targett and nest deatitnua It lla .refreahmrnts were Dhectlr .I
day ef echoes Cbatrman Cart at the Child Lalaw, and '
.. 1I :sniuueMVeer Ml end vWM M we eejered I e.4i the dlamaaQadlAllki.. Growths B. Sajith *< the" Floridt industrial\ the Ktdltkxul compensation" mutt company cafeteria.Members . I hit a bump at sixty-five.l
TttawlMtBy our food. While othtn vi 1"III .... Mad. I" 111I. to a Ieagat? atM art' .. of the local group wereMrs
.1eitdndMeterIng the Sic the rode ruth-lew-ly.
{ LtAew AlCIIn fllnm be! paid by. employer not And on
%MnMi I carried on i MeBnfttah Mrs T. M. HarHa,
half It carrie eWreepeitoVtagly DnWcr
..-.. ..- feet a MIN child labor law reminded inauranca carrier. Smith pointed I ( Montreal Dally ,
Moat nI..,... INMIIJfIOIt mid Spanleh convention UUllllmIlIUlIl1I1< 1UIIIIUllllllltn! ! n large amount of poison. ItI employer today. out Mr*. R \. Godwin., Mr Robert!
... ..... with the senorita and her prewee- not im>Mtve and If poetlbl ,
la-Uw. M 'employe at the Swift "Tbe' Southern. Bell Telephone will I shun and retire from the: Term\ people who expect to la addition to the penalty of 4h
house In Reearto. tonttout working after achool, double compeouUon: criminal
l Company packing Co. took ever the Homeateal preaeiH* af man..
M new.a..aaaeei -../ Telethon Co. t'l. . J. 11Wtbater TIlt pygmy or gtauad rattler la II hour win be required to obtain action may alao'be. taken a* a ;.
O4. "rD -11I1 heat TIll menu card art. r1nta4 far will continue a* toan quit smell rarely reaching Ilength new ctfmncatet M .eTnc -to I reault M Illegal employment. of amince. 1e
I __ .......&.". f\oN both English and GufalUno-ool rtetkp . of two feet It ha richer both employer. and the youth that Tb penalty for Illegallyanploying
at) the taquircmenta af the child child law b fine
I I > a Y
Spanuh. In thtt typicalirgenWta catering than dlamondback of ..
"About ISO boyt are expected t* a I labor law 'for working art met\ not ,,'.ueM 1500'and Impriaon.
..... Imntplwrt were aerved a the fame size It atould not be
hewed M eyed W wf .
attend. a dish fry to be given by In determining. tht" maximum meat toot to exceed tic anonta a
I rss .her ..n botUe .f charged wtter with bandied per.i
our unfamiliar
:e.r.rwaew1{ eda ..: : :: the Jtcmettrtd. Rotary Chub Dr. work "hints allowed, hour In Each day durfiaf which any viola-
tflarr" wine. After the wma bad bee with\ makes .III bile though not
ha.l b J. BwToww," Dr. J. A. Smith V.R.ifnw at school and employment ahall be] toa! nlata contUtute a separate
properly the welter poured could be I
I them : and Edwin L. Hook have dangerous verjr painful figured together otAwat. rr
the first of bottle to t hotiThl The cottonmouth) mo aatn I II It J
.' 1fTT ffle.tX (' it kit Argentine uitom.. ta charge. of arrangements''Chas no doubt the moArot mon of our, *ln copperttJon with the athooltuthorlUet : Full In'OI1IIItIoIIIAI allregulation t '. ? +,
ease. there. U polnn oil .* the bp R. atetfani. county agent poleonoua makes. n attarht a good I I \ the child labor law, of the r\1ldlabor law ". "

Aaal Map* When the rain ,.la1In\ iftrenUand tint to get It) Then the waiter their land feed them In a recent I Fortunately man can seldom walk I boy and girt! sufficient time for Hopkins Jr.. supervisor of child . e
wtrxi freshen continued round the table. All\ letttr Issued M local agriculturlitt within striking distance of tliemoccatln education and recreationSmith! .labor Florida JnduatrUl commit-

And a hurrfrane If:>/ vlng and the glaum were. only half filled . Ne one-crop farmer ever gets fur It prefers. to .rest on IIId don, Tallahaeaee.Chaaga Tub ': 'I
fear .le rife, with wine and one of We party rlrh; he mutt learn to feed him- log or Mump on the water All youthr under U year of DEXTER Twin .

Think, not too ill t>f them for the} xyphnned the charged water ta salt, Mr.. Steffaftl. tax*. ." edge. The adult sough .sled and age, except those engaged In .af Tartlre t ,
are giving within one quarter of an Inch of dull brown or black, I It the Iea.t.ttract.lve domett! arfvlce In private hornet/ .
"Tha t offlitt The '
pod departmentha tall dignified man" joined :*
the' of This mixtureUitM and farms during the hour when do weekly wasting
You a eonverta! tVmal glen for Ion the glat Installed a crane carrier. a'r> of all our makes.The schools the crowd In '1'01Iot a b will your
like bottled drink.A public art not In eeaelon.
k grape beautiful coral make la
life.When vie at the Florid City office ,
poet In an attempt to get avery
-large (able with three. ahelvef greatly overrated aa a lethal art reouqlrea1 to have a work
to that all flrrt friar mall can ipeckT II boa for hit
pak IMJmafiHlt
minutes or
others tntcf about l Ihelritp* of flambr. was rolled to our be tent on the northbound night weapon. U* poisons different from certificate Tbeat1 permili may be wife, lit Inched' hit way vary ti in onty'slxfy '
tratlohl table. 1 had never keen M many train" . ." that of our other polaaoual snakes, obtained' by I nttklng applicationto patiently? bill was buffeted here
Or theli1 travel br nil or boat' told eula of snorted metti'iandcurb la neurotoxte, that la, damaging to the" school principal or to the theree the ,
bred by. women, ,and
or plane a variety of Made, many of "Luther Chandler left . an Ibualneaa the nervoua ayatem ot its "lctlrn.Some county t1I et1n ten enl'' of public made no progress.SuddIny .
You can alway come bark with I them hi gelatine and ai pretty. M trip to the wed the story of hew colored pictures. In cookbook Swing I II visiting In Clay make la-damaging to the nervous The Florida child labor taw Hretctwd out bit arm, and barged a
You weathered a Wait Indian Member of our party told the Center, Kan., after a prolonged system! but most people fear states "that mlmrt it yean old or through the frrowi'Ctnfyou .
I food they wished but I pointed / do OVer may 1j- employed during ,
hurricane. stay In Jal, N. M. make because they not understand like
a gentle.hunt"
OUr< to what I thought I wouWIlkt. them Enllihtenment on
Announcement hi made of the inquire a fold feminine
I NeVer forfeiting my company I marriage of Mr. Lottie Whit. thee nature. ot snakes would do : tat minimum age for general employment -. voke-st-hla elbow
Let Oeerge De itWhen manner, I matched the others. and employment in has.
'1th.y i worth of J.rklOllyll.nd\ Bert C. much to protect our useful and IVe been acting like a gentle
print plant to Mar made their selection and wits harmless and also td arduous otcUpallon such a* In
species! pro.
of Homeitead .
I IWa'd Murphy on Au, :21 1 man for the part hour replied
To reach the distant sky, glad to learn they bad goodeppeUlee. In Jacksonville. ." tart man from the few dangerous factorle. work ahopt,, 'mill., me the man IUD charging. forward.
I chanlcal eatabllthmenta and laun- suns
like to stay .1 home I .
I -Mitt Claudia Mclwen of Ar.cadia one drlta or'-' "From now on rm going to art
I around power-wrlven I
And Theae fiambrea
et watch the reel (o buy. I were' ai load like I Iad "
and Robert Ander t -Montreal Daily Star.Apfrreelallea .
Edward ,
-I. ellt I. Dunkln In Grit I ai I hey were pretty and J enjoyed I DAN HEARD machinery
I" I I all I bad kneeled: Nevertheless, eon .f Homestead were. married I .Young people tinder 18' are prohibited .
I1, thought It strange to be Invited ; Aug. Mia Aft'ldl.- (Continued front Page On) from working more than
:11) 'Alteratlona' They wilt complete their work 'In Die: 'conwcutlvf days pr *0 hours *
: >r a cold supper on suck a coldnight are being made In ''I''came. lol. a'-wee donation,4*
the Homestead Electrical time for the route to appear'iri a IK any one week or more than
I But It win more of a *urprlee Shop by the
paid granger with
AWNING SHUTTERS I Ileraa. I I a Scottaccent
when t l learned we were )lust I, 'the owner M. D. Jacobten, to aerommodate > guide map of South Dad that tighthoorfe. ) Italy *'|th an In. '
.l Raut and Heal FrelrHloa. |I efartiiig.. The first course w4 folf Increatsd buaine" will go to press. In the near fu !qrvd'tat> at loan thirty minutesIdrJunch Why should I give do-
you a
..Cablnrta .Ads Bulit-ln I. lowed by soup, crisp\ fresh green I "Mr. and Mr. V R Bird .re* tin | In not more than five aationf Inked the man of the
and Feature glad baby bif. frulta for dessert, turned . from a viol In Jack ""Too many vltltor *e*> only rfiucculiv:;: hour house.
,:. L R. acHOWALTIR I. and ceml.ta! It surely. was an I aonvllle.* what U along U & 1, and never Tout under K art not allowed Ve lui' remember" tilt
!> rb..e MJ.W endurance tat (or our war.ra. get Into our fruit-growing tec- (to work between 1 p. m. and 1:34k : yearwhen
timed stomachs a* wall aa India- i "Mr. and Mrs Frank Webb. have lion" said Mr. Helnletn.Dr. : ..... while employee of It and I played .the bagpipe under
.returned from a stay In Atlanta. i Lincoln and Ben Archer It art not allowed to work be. ydur window and ye' tent meawly7" I

I "Mitt Anita Smith was given a took over the tack of enccUraging: tween 10 p. an. and I a. o\. The persisted the atranger,
surprise party at the home of Mill the clrankir of vetent Iota aUmgKromt tame regulation In regard to lunch "I certainly do.repUeci the
B.mlr* McEwen In honor of Mitt .... > period* applies to the latter group *'
Smith' birthday . "D'ye .ha' nptlca I ha na pipe
anniversary In promotion of the beautifiesdun *
Immediate ,this yt.rr smiled the Scot.
Delivery GiMitj Included Miriam Burton.Klolaa ) of U Highway 1 and Flori
That I do" beamed the other
I Bradley Elva Hill. Catharine da 27 (Kronor rd.) Capt Carl Von
and handed the
over donation
Murphy, Nancy Boyer, Fran. Paultcn and Mr. Heinleln mill You/ ntlrt wetklf

,1,1 I It tell Brown Carolyn Anderson, confer with county authorities th. washing, ready for the lint la only

1 ont Garland Wynn Edward Brooker with the object of having county ONE HOUR.OK LESSI! IWf wftlj
t torte Free, Arthur French Roy prUonerl. worked mora on beau{- $ '
VUMM tAMOt.lOS dwss i "Double Sudalng" with Dexter Twla :
I Itajmet Holllt Barrow Milton
Ocaitkin of the highway' shoulders
McOarrah.. William Edwards,, Joe .".rMCk\4e:\ rlq J'lta$ "uJ..ak. .". "IN&O' IN 'Tina Ls S.'YMAT .. Bras Ire.Oklest'sumpiete1T will do for. to*. OOthet'will lie'tteantr r

'i Weser house :f |,BuUPII.41\q1.le11) \ JIf..r.- i .J4'U1Rt": a E'lhdbiaiwd'ctda -"I .. ., ::; TJ)1) ; : and brlab f tOo $ pa tkntl t'
I 1 "C. P. OMnold. his mother, Mew. "Instead of one be made by the I I II tl -No>> hue! robbing-t' o prUrta1i fJ I
order that
Cora machine-In
Orlnold and Mr. and Mr* mowing
for .
Iii built
sw 4_ It B. Btttlt have returned from the grass and weed be trimmedfor I ./ '
II two-month visit\ to the Pacific, *a w\de a space a< poailble t I lifetime of terrice-frea: wlShla|utl}

coast ." along the ihouldert. . t .... i faction. Com la-See Dexter Twin. ,
The elimination of blind corner : I : 1 I't I
7Cu'FL: "Th younger sat enjoyed a it)- 1 .
9 Cue Fte hoat bridge party at the Worn- U too big .a project for anyone \ I" I I't, .Equipped Grove

p an'l Club . present were ROIl I organization the committee <> I
Tower Lucille and Ulllan Brown. decided, ao on thin phase of the :":: . II' "' Caret.kenil SMITH GRAVES
9 Cu. Ft. with FreezerImmediate llrt-polnt program Krank Kept I'
( : M.rIOlDoI'lle1., Hawl Hook, MaU '. : "
tie Mae Mills, Rule Geiger. Thet- was appointed to suggest to the

; ItMI ma Redd Claude Campbell John other organization of the dlatrlct : FRIENDLY! STORE i, I'I'i FURNITURE
Tower, Richard FIIc"" Marian that a )Joint committee work CAM SUPPLY, YOU l
on or with the county\ engineerfor t
Hill James Bird. Alvin Campbell, '
Albert Bradley and Cordon Ivey," the determination and definition t-V'IIIN, RNISHESfAWtfUVW. r. a BOX 11 N. Krone Ave Htmetleaa; FU. '

of through road, the erection i O.iroltRarrID'riA
: : The quarter' of the city ( .. rheas -a ,
negro /4 clt 'P :
\ of atop alfnaand\ caution '
Alaowfr ;
Delivery I. to have city water piped Into twiX Nall
t of aanlUtlon sign where needed and the house aa a matter -
of cornea. where. view /6f .
the city council decided." up !HU D lItltiOAPvIuNA =,.
'S-) : onWESTINGHOUSE the intersecting roads U obscured "
Mr. Baker In his capacity: M

I, lion to native Argentina. dinner. manager of the chamber of commerce
1. M> lesson today; we asked U write the F
RANGES vaea-(Uta. K. C. Railway Co. to move the '
mantrabuttThis" -, tool and band car -ihedt.from IU .
la very beautiful-Eatoat Krome ave. creating to relieve Why Worry
I muy bermoao. tome of the hodgepodge appearance VTPJNT TO REM(66ER '\ ,

( : SERVEL GAS S REFRIGERATORS Write It down-Eacriblr lots there.FIIZPATRICK'S : ,

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1,1.' Flagtor at ttrea a rheas 111 I a; Supply Co. t . : f-i,, ,i. i' ,:

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LEAHER-ENTERPI E '.: '.: : Any Amount Ortranlc Desired: ;' ) : t)

L County( : 3 mode $1; 81101.; $!.SO; \ ,., $2; w.fctowat IT. tt.1 tJ1. ...... k1. : Miiw on. Request. (one ton, Iota Daly)'.',. t,.

,; . County; 3 tats. $1 1 ; $ not* $1.50| ; ; l yr, J2j: BOMUTXADTaeaaaira . '. . ,I

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IIe.a H.X..W..,.TMr4 Leader lit... RMMtM ate FU.aaleartl ;Itli err safe--and dependable repaired by the BIRD q Florida East t Coast Fertilizer Co. .

II fM' 5.s. f lee wkkk pew snap the Uadaralaa CHEVROLET CO. . 22 years with IIevroJet.I .
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C. SPRINGFELS September Is e Mouth !FARM BOND LAW r Prises Awarded h(' Beet Work DoneSupmer IVeabyterian Nursery School Opens "I

IS VICTIM OF For Young Folks of Redland District GUARDS AGAINST''I... Classy Sept 13 in Clinch Education Unit '

: HEART AILMENT September U off-to-...., rill b* Oriot)* Terblu... Chas.Bohnana. -. provided by tile fedto*I led. Get* ....... and Jaolc The PijyWrtan Nursery Bettool oenter' .block eeener. a taMe. lursetwn
month for the .opl. of ore OeM ........ Billy RUBBER CHECKSTallahassee I UM a.... .+,
young p OMiict wr 1. 9eMp. Ne1wter'TeslS. will i b* opened IteiMla. Se.4. It. I"" kooks., ....*...easy. cfyM -
Itedlattd District Jacob Tom Harris. Jr. tad Perrest ed Mopo>r for the beet eta sad kMlM other. .
tIII4 toys merit/
I ....-Dodo aaad.aiimwpc is lie adueaUwt btsU*>m *l
Ctrl Lens Sprlngfela, 71-vetr- Of the Julie graduates from Bell. Mr and Mr* Warn ....t. I-Th* anHculteral -. etiflk work don In HotMetHcI. Ranee.eM PsMenes ChuehsWe1 i aong. gsmo and oee *athm "
old. Redland plumber died Men- Homestead Hlfh SchMl. Arthur Lewrvnea al!*. ..!.. to ettroU for. bond Md Ucens law aad Redland 11& tM terI the .. day at hi* home ton Ktagman rCnd Brandenburg. Joke Bridges sad --. Mr*. Lawrence Is the former under the direction of O. c. recreation program of the oMuty the irup *f yomvameta 11 C .101......... Chldren. three
,* Stiver Film dr when hi lived Earl Gordon will go to Emory Miss\ France Foster.Students Tharp. auditor and eaahtor forth school QIt_ years winner of ace or elder. the prIM and four yean of are may Joe ... gram.Thamphleti and bookj dealing

slaw The body, fully clothed wit University, Wade Hatcher and I returning to Stetson Department of Agrtcuttwe. The work cf the two schools werei I rolled for the three-hour *e$loes with tad every-dsy problems of
found lying across tile bed *t I'SO Clinton Cooper will go to University , University win include Miss Barbara was passed .by the un sissies of' roil displayed over the week-end Trays-1st. Janet Wagner', Jnd, which begin' at I.M. .rearing children win be available
Tuesday "morning by s neighbor of Tennessee, and Tern Draw-.' Jeaiv Smith Mis Lenor the legislature a* a mean of protection In one of th* windows of Bur- Jan Thurman; Ird, Warren Interested Invitedby M a special shell for parent
and .
Who.." called Cppleble f Tom Vann. dy Mid Joe Reynolds will attend; William Mia Margaret Gaby to the Ftortda produce .'. Prpartment' Store. Mrs. Nary Grave. person sea
Mr Merrier to visit the school
Death had fccurred torn ID>> or University of Florida. Ernest I Mia Ana Hlckson win returnto '| This taw reoArtre that any person, Srnnti& Cody. teacher: of th* classes, Plaque tea. Betty\ Taylor\ from I to I o'clock Friday, Sept KtNtT BUYS MOWkT LOTS
"J1 hqur* earlier a. the result cfbeaWattack Moor U in the U 8. Marine i AUbafa Polytechnic. Institute [ buying 1 pretfuc fell a Florida; .warded the '*'"* Mrs Den Jnd. Patty Cain; ftrd. Nadean q
i It Information be obtainedby
e official statedrunwil Corp, and Richard Traflcant .'UI for her senior year. ,I farmer, poultry, M producer. or|Archer MM, Frank'.nd Ruehle; honorable mention, Jan .telephoning. Mrs.may Merriam at L. W Emit lies. bought three
: \ tervke* at .) o'clock go Into the Navy -- tattle raiser be required to give,I Mr*. Fred iuber served a* Judges.I 'Thurman.. Iota tm dowry ... at 8. W. First
II".W MT at her
or or calling
,this afternoon In the Turner Louis' William will matriculate Tropical Foods Featured I'Isumdent,I bond where the purchaser .I Tfcee wo bars net called, for In a very small\ mixed.*" home II M. W. 13th sV |I eYe. tress J L. BurtMk, report

In Miami Memorial Park. MM| Minnie Dell Woodson, at Ps/menls In legal currency do I I to get them.. Tuesdsy l III Mrs. tint prize was awarded to Resale broker who mad .tile aato
within' each child realm t.experience
Mr. Springfel had mid hl'-1 Join B. Stetson University, and Unusual tropical foods, rarely: not com under the law. During:,'Cody's office. 'in (the Homestead Marks, the second, to David ,'
I enjoyment and sstu-
home her.* fine It2 when MA Virginia Steen at David Up- found on the retail market, are. the past several years thousands I a*. Hendrickt and the third to Janet "
moved from Wert Palm Beacji. tI'l 1 scomb College in N.ihWlle. Mia featured bjr the South Dad Quick 'I of dollar have been saved producers I In the group under II year of Wagner ; faction, aays Mr. M.rrlam."The, NO FATALITIES
U modeled after that of
Freezing Plant, 'announce Manager program
of farm la
He .leaves: two Herbert of Ann McLan and Miss MargaretBarnes products prices awarded a* follows -
ions age were
Ceo. N. Wakefleld. this Isw thl.I'.tet. In the adult group, tray prii* the I'fMJrdarbool In preschool
fit* York City and Carl, Jr, a are. enrolled at the Walsh Available at the plant are. I by awards were: tat, Mr. PeartCooper education at th* University\ .f I INSTATE BUS
School of Buslnes In Miami, and Nathan Mayo. commissioner\
student at the University of Florida frozen mango, papya and lime Aluminum trays 1st, Sallie Ind, Mr. Paul Worley.Jrd Iowa Playground equipment will
Miss Ken Strickland will leaveSept agriculture, who I I. charged with i
In Gilnetvtlle\ ; two daughter. )juice, mango chutney and avocado: I I Wright; Ind Janice Johnson: Ird. Mr*. Wm. Ray; and honor consist of swings climbing apparatus
IS to lake nurse? training the enforcement Of the bond and
Met Gordon Spencer of New York spread I 'Betty G finer and Gall Crosby! able mention, Mrs. Mary Crosby a sand bok, water play LINES IN 1947
it St Vincent HO\IJIltafln Jacksonville license IMW II we could get
blly and Mrs. Merl Had of Au. MUl Ann Horn II training Among the sea foods offered'are I more cooperation N'I from those who I'I'I | Plaque*-'1st, Verneda takers: and Mr. Fred Link ]Mr*. Worley materials, p.inl" and easels,, Ulcyclei ;-
burndsl*. and a stepson, Robert was awarded, also, a prlie for oil and wagon Indoor, the' l
Woedall of Springfield. Ill as a technician at Dad. County local fish fillet, turtle steak, produce farm products to the state I The bu line of Florid operated q

Mr Han, the former Mlai Dale Hospital and Mia Connie Camp turtle soup and crawfish:, . II byturt\ ascertaining U.the buyer Importance) Of till Florida producer painting children" will find I .housekeeping! .31,1414)1 mile'* without a t

Springfels,, and Carl Sprtngftls, bell I tJ attending t Miami school . with whom they are about to" do, '| :being Informed'Mid thoroughly passenger 1.tIUI1.11IN1.. tend
Jrn cam here for the funeral of beauty culture. I. was"HlcVertni-for.-e-UU*.In i. butlueu. U Jlcensed anj). under tocnftant cf this lair ',If CARE Offers New 10-Pound Package!
They art. house guru of Mr*. Frank DuMond, Redland senior,' II,second-hand stor! ,when a young bond, .w.. would haw. almost a --"'-ay4eeabt.4n'4h*>mind.of) they \nnhpdrled.! vr 11,000,001paraangen
Gretchen lot of Silver Palm dr\ will enroll at University of Florida .' man. cline Iq ;ca.rrxlnl",'*" thslr, I. perfect wtup* protection' pfour'yeoducer. any producer of..faros. product Of Lard at $5.50 for Europe's This,record was mad
and Glenn Lane nil enlistedIn dumped It down befor* the* manager ." '.-, relative W" tad -1I rth.leP. tit his! Needy IB slaM an<) day. driving and ID

the navy and .asked how much, It was. "Too many producer' ,'. Ito' pWdilc, 4 tefcJriYrt ty TajtanfHe* all kinds, stated Asher
'MTESSET TODAY Among students.piano\ Ing to return ',worth ,' * t 'I Mayo) el ta.Jhsve 'mpl'harka will[\ clear phi matter up promptlyand New York, Sept. t-A new Frinkfurt {,Frsnk-director of Florid Safety '
to Florida State University\ In-se dollar' replied. the In payment! ( for their products, nosy' .aavojilm) from.. financial .package to help meet one of the The product contained In the Council'

FOR MRS. SHULER} ; ire. Miss Ruth Rutland, Miss Miriam mngtr' I only to find they bad sold to flyby "lost* : greatest. single needs of under- new parcel require no refrl<*<"'*-I Every driver' I* trelned In op.oration j'
Holmes, Misses Roth and 1 The young man looked surprised night firms without getting lion and will not turn rsnejd, { ," MM 'Mr. Fran ""*

Emma Engel Miss Rita Sprankl.1:I '", "lint it worth. Maw. t lftLb.t .I I the Ihtormatlon a* to whether or Sae" n.I'I ' 10-pound nourished package European of famlllee lard-wss A* U the ease with all-other! knows'.th* mechanism" of his bus,
Funeral\ services for Martha Mia Mary Catherine Suber and not th* purchasers won'. under Spouting. from: a soapbbi, an, announced Paul Comly CARE packages, the lard will b* sardine ft Luthtoed will and j I'
Jeffrey;, Shuler, wife of \Vm. C Miss Suzanne Brown. I 'three"dollars ,It til 1 din give I bond, and have thereby sustained I antisocial l malcontent| took 'In French today by director admitted Europe without dulled how-to"deal pourteouttj with the
( CARE executive .
'j Shuler, will be conducted by the Jimmy Brown who recently enlisted .I you, ton. The older man shook financial loss by having a check quit s bit territory when heshotted Th lard parcel I b being or taxes of any kind, and the recipient public *o passenger will coop ,
head new
Key. Wm, Chamber at 10 o'clock In the navy. will take his his end bent to examine the returned as being no good. Too I i : Down will 'everything will lure no part of their orate
[ft red at $JSO and order
thli morning In Homestead sophomore year at FSU, unless piers "See in the that chair? He pointed"And to much stress cannot be put on line'I thpt ain'( ftlretdy dn n!"--Orll *now be lent to CARE, AO .Broad may regular ration*..It\ may b* lent to "When you ronmlder'that there. J
I crack let see
Church of the Mazarene Inter called into service. John Pope hen. where. the paint II peeling? I Street, New York 4. N Y.. will rel Uvc'l or friend or designated ar* over UO bus driver in n.....
shoot In Miami Memorial Park will bIIrk to FSU 'where. he is .
'0. U with record of to
will be under direction of Turner majoring In ramie. Three dollars b all )W' worth to ALL HAIL TO FATHER delivery guaranteed\ In AustriaBelgium group i *. year ornor '
*' without an accidwnt yon
me." i J CzechoslovakIa, Franca, Other ptcksge: offered( by
,Funeral Home Students returning la University resllae. why 111a'i tn annual J
I 2reat Britain Hungry, ItalyNetherlands CARE nl $IO each are etandard
"All then," said
right the
Mr died young
Ehaler. 4S, at o'clock of Florida will Include James record.of.bua operation
Poland and the food, special fond for Italy,
man, "I'U take It" He pulled out
,Wednesday afternoon In JamesArcher Sullivan Blair Hlckson Marlow
American, British and French Greece, BrlUln end Japan, 'Evtry basis Unpected 'thoroughly
Smith Hospital after M. Jacobsen, Alfred TomerUn, Albert his wallet "I sew 1In front of
Ya" tones of Germany For the city\ kosher food; baby and (infant before It leaves on run.
store nsrkd but
your $10, I
Nines of a few (sours. Newton Joe Nesbltt, Ross Kelts, (
thought maybe It war a mistake of Berlin the price of the packet food, wollen blanket, layette, It would be well for driver .ofprivats'caa'to''check {
In addition'to her husband >h* Gen Reynolds, Louis Qaby, Harry I '
has been set at $680 ,infopackages household linen nod knitting wool their own.
and could tell how j
leaves: her mother, Mrs Cella Snow, Jr., and John M Brown Jr. you me much;I
must be In from s are before starting out
down packages
'Jeffrey of Homestead! ; three brother Wm. J. Clark, Jr., who has been It Wit worth,-Reader's Digest -- -- ----- - .-- - / --- ---------------
*, Loyton and Arnet Jeffrey cf doing graduate work at Wake --- - .. -
:Homestead and Nell Jeffrey of Forrest College, will matriculate' t _

;South Miami; and a sister, Mrs. Sept. 13 In the graduate school of MEA rlCQT r Announcing ,
,C B. Bentley of Auburndala Duke UniversityEdward I
Mrs. Shuler war born in A hley Tomerlin will return to'' '

O, and cam her with her Athena College In Athena, Ala..
family SI yean ago She via where. Arnold Mcllwaln, Gene Pickup & Delivery
graduated from Homestead High Lott, Billy Forte and Sam Blondo
School and wa a member of the will enroll. I .

local! NazareneChurch. Doing to University of Miami

, .' 9t I : Service. '

\ KENNEDY I 't. .. It ,' ... . J&. j, '." '1" "
MKT: 4 : ')Cffecti re Sept; J 19I8r, weNI'inatijzuratrfree. llek-up }nd

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/ Princeton, on U. S. I "Bud" Kuhn Mgr i)
delivery, within the city limits of Homestead on all radio and

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\ te. wIt small appliance repairs. All out-of-clly calls will be charged as

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I eyes Ions when the auks f his j
I ratter's deal pop eei f Us *
I' .. I Q. What Is th BUM el this cut ttsneatr taTerll. cherry pie eenws te the laMa. ., sell Bin our ._ ftrrro. this follows: up to /5 miles! $1.50; up to 10 miles, $3.OO. '
\ f awl MM f.renila.f thebo
rlamram 4MMi as a ellmai to a
! .4 d the hono oiclwl lr. It __ Us leNt we can do to kl Dad I .
Good j A. This Is a rib pork chop... knew hew sooch we appreciate kin.
Grade Q Where does the nit ami Fred
and; be* at tt UnUfle7 Homestead Music & Appliance Co.

U. S. Govl'lnspj;: A. This cut la taken from t Tpor\ ,
loin. It contains only the eye muscleof
the meat (as eompsred to the loin 1949 State Driver's License
BEEFPRICES chop which contains the tenderloin I 32 N. Krome A ve. Phone 119,

'jSTEER tlf cut thick, each at I ,
: f.'r
chop \ C ; bone, If thin, ,
I : other will ---- ,-.-..
every chop hav*,ajrlb. TAG AGENCY No.2 .. ... -
i I bone .' American Legion Building _ _ u ____-. _ _.. __ _ . __
i Q. Hew should this Ml ks.Sp.754r.
So. Rome Ave, Homestead, FU. '
A. Like all
other cuts of pork exoept .
, roast, the elk Cop .is braised, or i Open Dally t U 1*-I to. I
cooked with moisture, Because
longer time pork than I Except Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons I l ;
SLASHEDON to be completely eooked, Yea will, net have to take a test if yoa rtoew yeur Ilea... \

the dryness presence that of otherwise moisture prevents might do.velop. a. : before the deadlln Oci I, I.... ,BARGAIN ." .

I Not only ts thorough cooking) ;.,-... "L-.A. L.a. ._Llt.... . : :
ALL I important else a richly developed \
brown Is desirable. To this end. t
Come in and our prices. brown:*chops well I before eooklng "
I In a s amount of lard (If desired
they may first be dipped flour asan CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING CO. : For Quick Sale.
seta ova TRADING STAMPS. FOR FREE GIFTS.When egg-and-crumb costing). Afterthe i.r
meat Is browned, add a, small
L amount of liquid, then and It"Vln i .1
cook slowly until tender, usuallyabout (
41 to(0 minutes,depending
la seed f on "
the thickness. A. CRAWSIIAWAsseclste It West bugler Street '

MIAMI 1. rtA.ruoNt I )
Sand Fill A. O. RAPT .ins

or Mason's Sand PROVOKING .

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Delivery ywhero- ' .ta atedlaad District andUrver 11/1/ Wff< &? .PNyae..a.w..e. GENERAL f ELECTRIC 3 BEDROOMS .

HerUa Key I '" ....

E. F. GORDON & SONN .. .
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W. Ilk BU Beeaeatea rkene 7JI-J
I Radio and Appliance Repairs i ,

LICENSED and INSURED $$3,500 :

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N. Krome at First
Machine,and Typewriters ; . f."!' .;, '
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Immediate Delivery. '. t\iI; : <'

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YOU Will .
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BINEFIT 8Y RfADING f' kw''" of Plastering

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HOMESTEAD' LBADaIDe"1PIIIB.l. \ Friday, September IMS
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[ South u mmm marked her .ttltaani bWh- .
in Dade Tanav,
.m" . Social Events day aaAlvaraary wttk. party, at Proffltt; Mary war Alamo sties end.teerh CYMW. MM Mountain fey Paman till UkroaiMeMNOa.
Mr. and
a. banes ef bar paraota
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a iiinajaij. parlarmad Mr. and Trotim are

DiuwKt omtM MISS ANITA GERKEN TO BECOME; BRIDE I rd Gaines end duwto wr ...- by lease of Hw Paaa. S.U to< their home at the reelrten*. .
tif JOHN ELLIOTT KROME, MARGERY LOOMIS f IMaTnfAY YAWN Kendrtct. WI .sean wen Mr. of tile brUkra mother
I 1 Hlr day asks. let ereem.candy .
urn J Tom Venn entertainedat I and iMeMn-law of the '
I aerved bride.Th l Dr.) : ; ;W.lfaskln.r: ( :
Announcement I II being mad* of In civil! mdneerlng., During th. a family dinner Tuesday leaning Mire Anita Oerken and John Albert Cerken, and Mr. Traynor I Present were Arlene Merritt. bride wore a royal blue s4 e_ .. lea Itl_....
the betrothal of VIM' Margery war Mr. Kiamu eerved In the In honor of the birthdayannlranary I Traynor" "have ehoaen Sunday, I II. sal of Mr. and Mr*. A. Pearl Bkmdo Shirley Plummer. crepv frock with white acceaaorie, ,... ... .. '
of Mr Vane.Coven
Ana Looml. daughter of 1\(,. and Paotflc theatre aa lleutmint Sept It aa the (UU of their wed- Traynor. I Nancy" 'Trowbrklge, Verna Lou end her corsage was made of GLASSES.u4 '
grade, In the URN engineer war laid for Mr and dial The auptlal! maat '*1U be I Cameron, Haiti Wilson, PaUyAUIaon ]
Sin Harold F Loomli of Chaff 'junior orchids and tuberoeea. She It a
man Field Garden, to John Elliot corps, and h* U now a civil engl- Mr. Wayne Adama and ..... wad by Father Paul L Manning DOICAS rlARS APPOINTS I Rosemary CMrklnaon! Helen daughter of Mrs Jasper Clntoni N. K. lad BU Mlaoftl. Via
Tommy and Bobby, Mr and Mr*. .t 4 o'clock\ In Sacred Heart CaW Ciaeliirtr Alt ftorfMtaMd ,
Krome lIOn of Mn. Wm. 3. Krome leer with tilt Seiboard Airline NOMINATING OOMMITTEK I II Revetl Beatrice Unk, Mary of llomeitead
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of llomwtead. The wedding" will Railroad In Tampa Mr. Krome li Mlllard J Oaddlt and son, BUly. die Church. I Jan Hampker Mary Ann and The bridegroom who came here 1.-] ........
I.DIftt.I Miss Myrtle Moon Eddie Adami. The bride will be attended by erg II J. Davit wit bate to "
member of the pioneer Lillian Lewis' Eetta May Levy .
late November a .
be aotemnlird In ........ ... .....
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The bride-to-be .If well known deed family for whom 1Ucauel and JOn, John and M,. and Sin Mn. Bonlfac DeNiaco and Mr. the Doran Ctat on Aug 21 at I Claudia Campbell Demise Taylor T "'
here for bar work In eke home av*. wa named.PARTIES I Vann. Bernard Metcalf sisters' ojhe\ \her home on N W. Fourth at. Mrs, Ray King, Loran Kirkland Buddy
I,; 'service department of the Dad I I brideg room. u matron and bride- II Collier and II.... T. E. Kirby' Russell, Frinkle Suit, Walter -
Chapter of U. e Americas Red GIVEN FOR MRS. CHAMBLISS\ matron, reipectlvely Mr D*. were appointed to IMIII UIe 'otll- Yates. Stanley King. Tommy
Crone She ,tea graduate ol Ponce 1 Niece will be bed man for hUbrotherln ten for the election: meeting to I Dark J. a Barfleld.John Hughe
tie Uoh 1Iglgeashinl' and forM| TO MARK HER BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY >law, and Mr. Metea!) be held at till home of Mr*. AIL .1 Ray Rivera Vernon and Bob Fry- J'
i Slate>> ym. vanity. She. Lean" y win lit iroomaman.Miu Dellinger Cake and punch : fogle Herman llamker, David, .
&.&i'. obtained teems of abaenc to.,complete Sin J. Jl Chamblli WM corn. Plckard Mn. T IX Plche Mr I Oerken U a daughter of were. aerved.Preeent I Merritt. Wayne Thompson and with

poet graduate count 'In pllmanted wltk a furprla birthday E. a France, Mr W. P. Campbell wen )Ira. T. D. Plche,, Ronald Cagllardl.! X-Rny"
"ici.l walk it Tulane UntvcnltyTb party Friday( fiwnoon at her Mr* C. E Saunders, Mr*. ?*.w. AUXILIARY SEEKS Mr*. Johnnie Cook, Mr S. .
future brklegjoorn wa home on 8 W rim it by mem- Chat. Q Martin, Mr* Lula Fitch :TO ENROLL PER MFMBTM Turner, Mr. O W. Ooff. Mn. A.j Collier, Mn Kirby, Mrs Dclllngrr -r Fitted I '
graduated from Homestead, High. ben of Circle: Two of First Baptist Mrs R. N. Caldwell, M.... George i A campaign for new me-mt'ra R. pope, M.... Stella Harper, Mr*. and the hueUna.
School and Princeton Unlvenlty Church. On the preceding Wed. WaUon, Sirs Jennie Smith, MnUe was liunced Friday night 'by the -
where he took paM graduate work nodal aha WM honored .t a party Freed. Mr. Julia Polk. era ,V. F. W Auxiliary at .Its meeting ., I
I giver by the T. R. 1.. claat, Martha NeW Mr. & A. King In teikm Hall CapUIni of the Needlecraft News 5(11001 .

MaL GRAHAM IICTIITAIHI At \the party Friday, a birthday era 0. C. Bedford and Mrs Gees; competing team art Mn Ceo. . I
IN HONOR' OF UOt'SB OICHTI cake decorated In pink,,yellow Flanagan. Pint and Mr*. A. Traynor. '

Mrs It H Graham entertained and green was served" with Ice
; at dinner Friday evening In honor cream. Gift were presented by MRS DAVID It. SULLIVAN HONORED by Nan hoes .
t of her. houM guests, Mr. and Mrs member of the croup. I I ff .
Cltraneo Cutlerldit ef Auburn- Present were x..... Howard t WITH SURPRISE BIRTHDAY DINNERA great .... ,
of your table depend to a extent ea tlJL
dale and ton, Butch, and SiresMarguerite Johnson, Mrs. V. C Kerley, Mr because- I
t !Ins chins slim and lautre! To keep them at their beet take a Alray'a all-leather shoes last longer ,
Straka and MeL D. W. E. McLane, Mn. W T. Me- A aurprlaa birthday dinner was feature of the dinner was a little tine but haute they are geaerally lifetime tnmrei. It'* worlktrfclle I
Merrlck of Oklahoma City Coven 'Connell, Mn. B. A. Stafford, Mr. given .In honor at Mr. David, B.Sullivan huge birthday cako. to give them the beet of ear. they arc X-RAY fitted by expert shoe men. ,
were laid also\ for ..,. and Mrl. B / Keen Mrt (]eo, Flanagan, Tear surer ihoata b* 'v
by her children on Sunday Preterit, besides Mn Sullivan, .
winked ..
John Brown and daughter, Nancy, Sin Chambllai and Janice John- promptly after
at the Sullivan home on N. weN Mr. and Mrs It. Sullivan
Mr and Sirs John B Graham. tug la hot. soapy waterftlnM -
ion E. TIM ave. Mn Sullivan was and son David, Mr and Mrt. It oa aad fry Ina. W* leave Bandaltand
and daughter, Donna Jean and OuerU at the' party on Wednesday taken on an automobile ride to Donald Sullivan and daughters, Mediately' .with a soft clean Short to eels .q
,t. Rlchirdaon.Shan and Patsy' and Kathy were Mr, Catharine Miami while preparation wn Margaret Donna and Athene. Mr towel It should be cloned year budcrt "'I R ,.
at "lust once a month. Via
--'-- mad for the party She was pre and Mrs. Jack Sullivan and chll-
Sunday dinner guetta', at th. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN tented with numerous gift, among dren, Joyce and Jackie, Mr*. ''I Tolltk good oa en4 a bit of ef flinni silver I 'vt' i s
} Graham borne were Mr and lira.I FOR BOB rucns, TWO which: war an electric wathlng Clara Thompson Mn R. S. Clark and vlgoroniljr rub the $2.95 : paoqUp
I Herat S Mitchell, Mlet Margaret. The second birthday of Bob machine, a pressure cooker an Miss Mildred Sullivan and Mln piece* lt ilwt... After 4 r
\.. Mitchell, Harold Mitchell' and V<*.. eat of N,. and Mrs Fred electric fan and a floor lamp. Julia Sullivan the pollih aee 'dried nil til S. KROMC A V&
"" Johnny Boecha, ad of Miami, Mrs Wedneidty It off with a chamole. Your Homestead, Ha.
J Fucha, Jr wes celebrated
Q W. Moody and Patay and t silver will com oat of Ibis e
iI'c Xathy Rlchardton.MBS. : afternoon at a part at I AD ASTRA CHAPTER MARKS FOUNDER'S .1 treatment .,.,.1111.. .. Doe'Iworry
the home of his grandparent
If yea cia t ret all y+
Mr. and Mr. Casper William of I DAY WITH PICNIC .HOMESTEAD the scratches ... becaaie
BTAM NEW CHAIRMAN after sir aelrtooai al..., #
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.114 OF ABA JACKSON CIRCUCMn. shows tie elects ef 1111"" """ "'"''''"''''''''"''''''''' " "'"" '''""1'1" '
t", Th favors were piper hats Ad Aitra Chapter* Order w Burton, Mr and Mr* W B. matysan' .1:
Herman L Byirt waielected weir When
balloon. and miniature clowns yon pat
of the Eaitern Star marked Rob- Caves Mr. and Mrs A. C. taitoo
",: chairman of Ada Jackson slime away HI
: roar wrap
bearing candy filled buketa.Urthday
art Morris Day with a picnic Mr. and Mn. Chat McCartney,
Circle of Ftnt Biptlrt Church at I is I'IIIIII.ooI" cloth or
I a meeting of the circle Monday cake Individual. caket Hipper Sunday evening In the city Mr. and Mrt Morton Mr and alone U I I. a ckeeC nil \; :ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK :
and Ice cream ware aerved.OuerU park Robert Morrli WM founderof era McLtan Mr. and Mr. H.
evening at the home of Mn. O. and will keep bright! looking A i I
were Sandra. Betty
D. Caih. Mrt. Winston Canon directed Mike Potter Susan Ledford, Ells Mn.the order.W C. Morton, Mr*. W. H. Tale Bvinoff., )lr.Mr.and and Mn.Mr Smelt* Lewis& ,Mack, longer.Whes wteklag. \ your BedlaM Road between Avocado: and Blacayn Drtvci :..1.'

"!., a million program.". Fruit beth and Suian Ann Flttman McLean and MU Either Uvlng- Franclt Mr*. O. IL Sullivan, Mrs glens.. wash tbets cu' at m Ilme Now we come to' the most :le I .
with ]
Jello topped whipped.
cream Mary Catharine WUllama radon ton<< were the committee In charge Saber Mrs Anna D. Carter, Mn. sad never with ether Iless In the ported part of your table I aetting:
T. wat aervcd" wlllv, cookie and Dab' Richer, Diana, Susan and Joe at arrangement A brief program IL J. Davis Mrs. R. H. Worley, ltehp.s. . At I praastke you un Table elegance us ... yours with.
& punch Graham, Alice and Connie Kirby wit presented by Mrs Fred Mia Uvlngiton Mill Mary Cath- pmt a disk. cloth .. 011 bottom 01 a h5dmade cloth 'K'lIl1lte tn every Pianoforte and Theory ;, II
I the ... an lM. dralabeard detail HtrI' lacy crocheted n
Preaent, betides thoM mentioned Melanie Buchanan Betty Ruth w to a
Suber, put matron and Mr. Morton arks Suber Nina Sullivan ,,.
Betty .l<
psae.t eWpptag and alp. ... If tablecloth' list will lead a festive
Mrs Dan Meyer Wright
were Cody, Tommy and Billy ,
aieoclat patron. Harden Mary La* and Margie west your glasses M air pour dies,? table. The motif Violin.Xylophone. Ptano-Accordloai ,/
f Mn Frank Irwin, Jr. Mn Daniel Graham" Tat Lynch: Billy Preeent were Mr. and Mrt E.lrfSliSixTiTL3fiMfmriTfiJeS Ma Walton and E. A. Robert lrk sdd s ter drops of": Is :: elght star enclosedsente .,:
end Gaddla" Mrt Lewi and Jimmy McQuIre and Tom to tie rI..III wat. ''II a clrcb of eroebeL The clI"..,
I 'yL Mai. Peter Mill' pv4! ") Eilell and Charles Furha J. !before wsailag ekiss. scrape and cloth .....,.. about SIs7t tuckNMalklat .tjllll'"I': t; : 41
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: F. W DANCE .ltlllllltlm'III'II I'"lItI""II'' ' '''''' IIIIItlttl1Hflh11W1111111nut; ' '
rick, Mr*. I ,,Gift were soot by Donna. Jean IV. TO HE HELD SATURDAYIN seccrdlsg I. age and .upo. and "'.Id. If smarted crochet I ' !. ' "I ' !' ,, ,, .
; Harvey Newton and Mr*. vo and Sharon Grahamand Wilbur CHAMIIEB OF COMMERCE BUILDING 1 :: I. Hsu plates after wishh; rettoa. Tie cloth b washable sad '
Weeta Albury, Jr. I It's a mlaakee. 5000 shat will' retail Its delicate freshness
f drytsg plates wits the sap os tllriMllil seelous. tallblnl" If roll
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Arrant-Smith Poet, v. F W., orchestra now playing at the Em- pea a Igi polish, Whetere yea would like to receive UIII .1..11on -- "
will sponsor a Labor Day dance busy Club.A des-.0I't_ aoperleUr stack: has If tiles It has ee head.sags your. 1..1t, called' POND ULT TABLI) WHAT MAKES THE ,

Opening September 13, 191S' I Saturday evening In the Chamber door prize will be given, says petalede., . fW glided. metalsstamped' ./ "..'170&' )Jilt sand .
I Wlllard flames who has the -.101I WIll .... FM .f..eln0at4 avalope '
charge of
I' of Commerce Building .11. plan a dmisr piece If tat t. the Needlework. Dtpartt eiN

: Presbyterian Nursery School ::1 Dancing to mutlo will provided begin by at the 10 colored o'clock seating Women arrangement*the AuilUary*. Member will _of let the la. I,. gauel. b0wus. tile DIa'", (fate 01..... IIkIN for It h1 "IIIMr. STARTENA'

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Si/'IIFS Monday threaih Friday. Ateo I Mill Tease DIXIE DBUOATUUCTK8 ---- )' ... ", '

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1 I'' of MUrnl\ Radlea CaaaeratSaptllea ; '

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I !Mrs.\ II. Merriam\ Tel 597-" or 387 I I,\ W til fm I.etc..........*... OH TW.NKW r M fM. WMW,.,, h l
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Skiff had Motor $155' IsbseNa. IU'1IfI1
It Reoth Dixie. Highway
Milk Miami, Flea $ 12-1101, ,LUj : JI-f ekiI. '

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d IlL ilia WT/ With today* coal and today' profit CpporlunHf you J

,I S .dnI-thlcl. aa'i offord to feed' your chlclu bas eMit th.'}
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.,AutoIIIdc WefJ It.....' : '< .. clenbfl8 blending of thoM la".dJ..,...IoWbtolory 1

e. and 'farm raarch-tKy rook. the dI f(.rent..:\ t
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.. ReMfarttart9Wi ., '- rear tf. Jkfrtr than ..., for Lift end Growth. S..t

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J,..,, $319:75: t... ..OjIIar"" J WOLtAM & KttDAICK
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Friday< September I, 1148 HOHHnUB .UAOBUUmUU'MI* Pap PM
Mrs William J. BMMM Md!11 I i;where she apanlnrtaiUng IItWII weeks an ALEX LAjrm far t1usendd I

coo, Way**, returned to theli I rehat1aar .. r. MJlCBLLAItIUU8rRAMII : ..w.. OorMT KrtjM .... ;'
1'1"...*. .. aft HR. 1UW.. ,,
ham to, MmMMi, CUfflED ADVERTBIG
and vlHtlm with Mrs .......'. par-. 'I Mr. a4 Mss W. Ok Vm Van
In .Around11omesead ( plan to a0W. Labor Day M.iBradantoa .
Mr tad. Mrs, On Conner .
ants made te ortler 4arjaCreched Homestead Glass Co-(Han for ,,
cuts Mr. MM! Mr*. MD.onebl1 I" a INI. .
They vw. acooapaniad a* far MjMkMtivi&e ...... rMSlar ...... aU awnmaea. W* do tl tthMI
lived to
U Meatee miss tereesb t '
by Mm I _. g. It Km**. MMM tn.MM. ,.
.......Ia-la. and. sitter, Mr. wdMr IH seae Help the Resin by fhtkng egg ( )
*. Donald healers ., tout*I 1---- I ChevruM& ajrlbvier he.* '
1I Mr and ..... D O. Davit ar* Cemetery AMaosolfomWoadlawn your yert HtnH Me .p.AN repaired. or eim.q.d. Ill ,; o
Miami., who. will visit relative In I eeriest fir $10 w .one planted .
vWUng In UaHon. IH. Cracked or diesel ender WI 06 rMMj. watch ..........
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and art4 free
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Park Cemetery Moots Weeds Jewelry. McCrarr Ar-
rtawlretL All week g+*.-
...... HMM gweatt of Mr. and Mn MO a W. llh St. MiamI Nwwry, Naraaja, awl of .... Super'Iw4g p1 eadt. (Mtf)

tMr. and Mrt Whitney W. Beam Mr and Mrs. Alva 1C Grouse It H. Graham of Ntranja are Phone ,-'U Wishing WelL RPrer I>r, Miami Is FM MM Hl\H.
K. Walton .rrlYWlIomI
aid} parent of a ton born Aug are expected back the last of the Mr W. Mrs Marguerite Slraka and Mrs. A wide aelection of cemetery lot USltf21foom ) (parn
II In Jim Archer Smith Hoe week from a two-week vacation 1 Frkity from HendertMivHle 1 taipend a Merrtck of Oklahoma City.QnnUnued .; at moderate wires available from :' NEW ROOFS AND
pttal trip to Walahalla. Mlclw, ud the winter at her horns ( M PaP Six) large unaoU cemetery acreagee.Csnmuelty apt. house, $20,000. On V ROOF !tEI'AIRS'ftCu '
Munch, )red, where they visited; hem. i tntuaolemm of MHcrypta 1S4 I02 ft M fronting" prem- OITiqt> '

JA eon war born to Mr. and Mr.. relatives k_. .' ..., i 1 and niche Inert rd. Can be aeen by pohit- Service for members and imple/en. roofing gravel, 11111\11.
Mn E. R Roberta and daughter meet only. fret Ovid Sulllvu *mplojrineat '
L 'man William on Aug 31 In I til* and tnetal hOb Installed
James Archer Smith HoaplUI. Mr. and Mrs. Qatklnt Tiny, returned Tuesday from Flamingo Beach three buatneti alias In downtown (th it Phone officer SILO N. 'ICTonw and Qairanlced workminthlp by Ucented -
and their daughter Miss' April, KtaUmmee when they hid vie rot RENTCompl.t.t Iromeled. and Intured roofert'

f J(pvt. Wetley January Sod Pvi and Mss Catkin* abler Miss lied relitlvet store Judy I. Tiny r, Mil. niARLOTTE COST I IknJ.) Warren Morris' J'fttIIiSTIMAtT.5.
I'' Richard Talley returned to the Addle Leggett. all of Orlando arm hid f Just been removed from furnlthed l-room aptfor ':' WE DO( commercial art work

aVmy pat tt Fort Jackson after visited friend her list week. splints mid neeetstry by In- .. adult, only. / H. Roberta,, ttl &Box Krom 408.Ave.Homestead Phone FU.10Pa I n.let Fotoihop. (J3ltf) Phone 257 .' .

i pending a brief leave her-. Both Mr. and Mrs. Catkin and Mitt 'furies received In a faIL |4' N, W. 8th ave. (aIT-l) I nOMEftTSAD, lUC e ,
Who entitled m Majr, have Legged house of Mr. floor
I says" were guettt Sanding and flnlshlnf,. !
MiilUled for the t. ct.n' training and MM. R. a Rivet, and Mia S. .r. Pyt and hit daughter, lien. Apartment clot to acbool. Phone IN TOWN TOURIST SETUP. Asphalt and rubber to*. Phone Guaranty Roofing Co ...
qourta and have enlisted for an I Giaklnt visited! Mir Rebecca Nisi Marflt, are moving to Lyons Four aptrtmenti; S-bed IS7-VT. (mchSU) "'
Ing to Muddle Friday. They have 127-W after I p. m. (2T-3)) ."
additional three years to terve Brown. NfL Gttklni alas spent C*. taken apnrtment In the Thorpe room cottage; and main house I WE SPCCtAUZE In wedding and :
With{ the airborne troop PvtJanuary tome time at the horn of Mrs. Ed Stale Gate.Mr containing S bedroom and I WE MARK pholottiUe ropes finest quality portnlta. f1.ler '.
bane opposite t Apt. for t adult Private entrance
It a ton of sera, Merle B. Keith Holden. Mr. Gasklnt, Mr. and sera Elmer Bulllran baths; .completely furnished Only nller rotwhop. (JJIlf) rotothop JJltf) .
January end Pvt Ttlley b a ton who war stationed at homestead and children, Ann and I**, and gat pow and rfrlfrator < Su.aOO-Clh or term. I
101... Card hot Yo aler. J. L. Ballard. W.
and Clarence
ol Mrt Mike Rivera, Army Air Field with the Red Mrs Sulllvan't niece, Lena Tort
Cross during the war. It servingIn ,of Miami, returned Sunday aher welt and tmaU ton, Chimp formerly Avocado dr. (lUll) l-badroom CDS home; screened If YOU HAVE anrthtni to tenor eaNMasaNISNSL -
: MAntbonl 'vliltlng relitive in California. and of Worcester, M..... have If you need anything visit '(
Mr. and &Iotl a tlmilir capacity at the Orlando porches tiled kitchen and bath, ..
oK Beverley, Mat, are announcing base South Carolina. In Lot Angeles arrived and Mr Cardwell It 2 new half-bag cement mixer $2,500 down and "1 per nlQltU& the Swap Shop W* buy mat.reue HARRY MARKOWITZ
the birth on Aug 21 of a they were brut (ueatt of Mr. am serving at fish house manager for Ph. 147 Tbwer-Crow. ( In food condition, atovwl
Mrs W. It and Mr. and Uoyd HOUM. He wat ilatloned .t m2ett1 l Ire hoses .J
Mlven-pound ton, Anthony JtSdola Capt. and Mr*. .John M. Bran Eaton 11..e...* clote-ln. Hire homeatt etc. The Swsp Shop Plumbing '
Mrs Guy L Johnson, and In Homestead Army Air Field In S. rglr Av Iloroetead. Phon8T.
*w It the former Mitt non and scar, Johnnie and Bobble, FOR BALK FULL PRICE IS $500 CASH! 't
: Santa Barbara they vltlted; Mr 1M4 and had an apartment I In I < (114-10 a Balk Tubs aM TeOelaRHeliea .
.-ela Ballaro of Homestead of Kelly Field, Ten, visiting
are Blnka cad Wash
and M... B. M. Duncan. They taw Mrs H. EvanofPt: home Upon
10 acre I acre! of 18-yr 1
Capt Bannon't parents, Mr. and grove; I .
' .Mr. and M--;: J. B. Cash of Mn. (;. M. Brinnon of Silver Yosemite and National the Painted Park, the Desert GrandCanyon tn their arrival a few la day Homestead visiting theyspent Mr ,Ctiter Illy bulbs for sale m N. old avocado; I In bearing llmet .u..ew.e..e S Wake BaaIM Healer. and FmaiHWtter 1

Fklnceton have returned from an 'Palm dr. Capt, Brannon will go route to Charletton S. C, whore CardweU't tiller Mrs Elwood N. W. 8th av.. llometlead. Excellent location and condition Pipes Copper" MOalvaataetl '.

I 1 .200-mll. trip to Falrbtnkt.Alat to Panama City Fit, for. four hey made a abort visit, before w VThlpple and her family\ before (*>-!f) $12,500.M BUDDED CITRUS .

'" over the Alctn Htfhwiy month of training, and Mr*. turning homo, coming down to Flamingo Beech AVOCADOS and e toll. ripe sad Drauuo 1'1... '
Oft the way there and back, they Brannon and the children will For die Bervel kerosene refrigerator acre clone-In, tultable for tub MANGOSOrolmenlab\ : '
stopped to tea points of \Interest In remain In Homestead. excellent condition $100.Phon dlvlalon' 11000. I COLO It tDnrrvucs t
Mill daughter
Elate Radford Henry Thomptoh spent the rT-J.. 422 N. W. nWBINO .Ii"
I the Northwest af aU kind.
..' Mr and Mn. 0. Q. Radford, was week-end In Florid City moving RICHARD FUCIIS
I'It Mrs Jack Polk and children I returned home flit week from''hit. family. from_ .an apartment... into I ) Resl.tend. Broker, O* U B ItUawi. N. I .
'Mr. and Mrs Henry Brooker. Margaret Ann and Jack Jr., have ,Dade County Hotpltal where she a house. At .hoU WIIIlnII u dartage For tale: 1141 Ford DeLuxe I,i John R Hale' Salesman CAUUNr ( Near LaJeune. Road)
Jjt((, and daughter Jacqueline, have returned from visits In Mississippi. I underwent an appendectomy. bt Intend to register laHomestead. Tudor1 sedan, perfect condition' Ph. 448 or 758-W r,a Box 89} Sunny Grove IT* gent Dixie IlUkwarMUml t
and Louluna. Mrs Polk and Jack
b< spending a vacation at their Fla.
jen It
$!,too, Ph. lee W. N. HenkeL (U)
cottage on Long Key tMc. were Joined at Mentona, Ala., by Mae Jennie Lu Davit, 'MlM BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS availableat NltSEKT

tl Margaret Ann, who had been attending Anita Pelts, Mia .Iea)' Browning Melvin Vhiddon alt It reglt New all time Homettead floral I ML Weal fir "., ... City I'ItHNI ..u..lI.a $ 4II&SI \,
{ and Ma F. A. Robert- Alpine Lodge Camp, and and Tommy Core returned Moo Wring this week CBS house 52 K. W. 17th it and Gin Shop 122 N .W. 4th it. ruoNK wi-vr DDwM.WMlMw1taMTry
the three visited relatives in Lexington -off Krom lit'". Two bedrooms J
lay from Mount Plymout ill.,
aoh cam down from Fort Pierce cor 2nd Ava. (aZtf)
Miss. and In SUdden and .' IU the bath tile kitchen, porches, ..1.. .... J
,recently to spend several days it where they attended the Mtth- Raymond Whiddon loft Saturday
their home In Florida City. Alexandria, Lt. diet Youth Fellowship confer. for a visit with friends ,Id cypress cathedral living room Norn or Arruractot ro. TAI
14,500 caah $40 per month on CONCRETE BLOCKS, all tlte
en fa. Oklahoma] before going to Canadato nitDAH.. .
rIq IM .f INIkHlHV
Mitt ; Mr. and Mn C. t. Suaong and balance, Dr. C. F. Roblnaon Ph Brucel Block Co. Naranja) Fla. bootitit N C1IVKN
Isabella Becker, who hit Join the navy I :
tpCnt the lummer with her titter Mrs Suwng't mother Mrs. Tllll John Brown\, Jr., who hat been 8T-W.. (silt)I 1 I Phone" 573. (J25-U) t..W W.NsN.N.. .."Imltar....Ml.ft tee Own IM*.r Tkl..-Jl.:1_: Ua When You Need

Mitt Roslyn Becker it the Becker Davenport, left this week to spend ,(tending summer school at th11- Mr and Mrs. Dan House with For tile: Simmons Innenprlngmtttrett A. D, iMt, ku riM. WM t. nr """..>, A Haircut a
home in Florida City returned (<,....'tt *\11( 8UjnOJ| I1MM IJAM vertllty of Florida It expected to a party of friend from Naples,' f $20.U, Ph. 8S2-R. Mr. i M led IM k M4 aad.thmwi reside IMMI l-r rmirvcw t en *m pWM or I'
Monday to Miami share she will staler arrive this week-end to vlst with arrived Tuesday for a visit with Cain, Sliver Palm dr. near New ASTHMA '- tin d-arMd pram/I I. Shave ,
be supervisor of student activities ......... ill parent, Mr and Mrs John their niece, Mr. ,and Mr nod ton. (*J7- 10)tnch ) .eta.."'peep" d Ihdq IOM eI Es-M. t

at Miami Senior High School. Mist Mrs. Herbert Turner. Mrs. Paul No Brown, until the fall teuton Walker and Mr., and M.... Roy |M DM. .I
d Miry Becktr of Coconut Grove Oiklerko and Oeo. W. Turner begin Arm They plan to Clay for a *- boyt' bicycle. Good con ewer. /lira show O. erny IC..d, N Matmioe..haaese. Ma Mead.., H.l.tvu.":, tuu *r C.palt Shave imf"_att>ai>,saii.:..ii>etj 1 Wflhimp {
apent the week-end at the Becker returned Friday from an automobile few days of fishing. WI..and _. 0..1'. ...................,. TW ..nii.eel W MM rrtf
Oordt* Ph. 4S
R.100gtl .. tMracltl
Roy Medicated ..
Mitt Estellt: Burnhim of Pled'' dl.l1on. ,nn. wkly. ._ M.u.wusa..d the MM CTMtu. ..u *H !I. Ui* .._ Wirmla l **) ( )
home. tour of the ltafe.| Out' cad alt. leer aeeMay. aM wumIsis. .. 4 TlUim,
mont,, Ale, hat arrived to teach In Mr. Lloyd Hour and ton, Iky. w MSNUHOO *.>!* 10-, MM yee1-M. tk.ll I.* reek ,, ........._- 18*
VK water and 80- _. .M = li I
Mitt Sybil Gun and Mla Telda Dr. and Mrs A. M. Login and Nevi King Cooper SchooL Mia are on the tick Hit this week. < gal tank. Keroaene pump water heal = ..I to M W.1.14 IMt ei p5.y tin hce .:l..t Message (. -'-),_ lie f
Humphrey of Cecttur, Ala, ire IOn, John are expected to return lurnham It making her home with They are both In Homestead In Norici or ArrtirATioN rou ni II
house guests of Mr and Mrt. Colby home today from Elberton Ga, Mrs Zola McEwen a friend of lit,'. horn. Mrs. Floyd House till practically. Good new Plymouth all . IINarli er M .> Ih.,Mwll r .> OrtrfM tl MckOT., INIDM IMt. .she"
ikk-up price on E. E.lalley ,
j'r ., 15
Fisher of Perrlne. Dale Fisher when they accompanied Dr Lo- long standing, Mn R. E. Hood of abort a visit to Evergladet to return Nmiw h tWt J, B.I .A. use'' ll. *>> Awwl. IMS Teals --- *

.. IOn of Mr and Mrt. Fisher, hit ,an'l mother, Mr John Logs Anniston and daughter Shirley and heli ear for them, Ph. 04. (pal) N.a.u Mwrkw......Mw IMrtr M.. Mlrm DinlV.. car tl. W.<1tr. P*iI1N K.Mooi&B. LKATHKHMAN.& eI VIIt elec., M"4ara 'Mr _._ tit 'J

! returned from a two-month vi- of Davidson, N C. The Logan Ann, accompanied Miss Burhhtm Mh"I: ... 1>tll/net N.ahwr few OVUM, riort' *.. tk-iaaaetj (Flak) .., .a .... UaBusirs '.
1 here and were .weekrendjyjtlt MT and Mrs .Floyd Walked' NSW DELcOwtPUNd 1W.t aMdN10set4- t O NN H c ITt: am, D. C '
esyonwlth Mend. and rtatlnaIn ( pent several,diyj touring Florid "150 Cl. P. H i7i44T:LECtRVAL vs.'. : ':; ';; rd (IaMd, Oat" \ )
Ohio and Canada.Th before they' went to Elberton the McEwen home.. made a flying trip to Homestead I. hil aW..aglka... fee Mt din.Ie Iw.. .. I. It, IV It. H..l
: EQUIPMENT CO. 41 N. W. Ihvnwi lOfUlkvto. a-.dee..ha .... 1
vlilt when that NA.. Wai-
where Mr John Logan will newt cam
.eI.._ u.o ...
Rev. and Mrs. John H. relatives before she returns to Mint Betty Turner returned ker't father Lloyd House Was 4th at, Miami Fla. Phone 1-2102 ..11,... ,....",. .11...... .la fnlk..ler... C.uIPMrM. /.
Tuesday from Batnbrldge, Ct, eat 10 ((120-tlO) .. 1u, BACKACHE
Whitt and daughter Mist Louise, Davidson. I sick They returned Mondaybringing A'S 4 Arm M n W Un,

returned home this week from a .................................... Mr. Charlotte Coff with Ni= m4, ankiA Pot Hnk. 44 tu* per e'Nl C'.:=::.he a.MaARta..w ,. Barber Shop
visit In Peril Ky. their former Mn. R. O. Huff and her broth- JAMES ARCHER SMITH them. 1 and 10 acre tract M Bears tad lath: luw tfc. Cttf J hwM.4 Omilr .* ,yUse NMh1.l s e.M ..:
home. er-ln-law. Bill Clark left yetlerday Earner Drive" far male ay J. TW MMniimM .l MI4 mwl -of! == Or*. City Hell I
to vlilt in Hendenonvllle at ? ..HOSPITAL...........'!"N..,..... .. Mr. and Vn. Marlon Aglenewlywedt M. Baaer, RedUad rd. between II."eke wt/tk.a...a. U.l.._.MM.. _O-rtlfk/..\toe.u as..0....11, WmNlM anMoWa.d.Y.ew1..M Mf.1. .e.M ruse,nnWaaMa.Ma
Pal Brooke, IOn ot Mr and Mrs the summer home of Mr. and Mr{*. Mrs spent the week-end finer" and E'ere Drive Rt 1, Mw.r. M .... UI deed will N warn/ ha.rM.a..LW r e i
J. R. rooks, hit returned from W J. Clark. Mrs. Clerk, Mrs Huff J. D. Redd, M.... B. A. In Tahokee visiting rlaUve and Ilea 421. (pt4)torira ) kr M.> A Is. O, M IKK... UM tltk 4v .-. ...draNw. h tpdg-.. :

Camp Cloudmont it Mentorm, and Bill will vlilt In Winston Ptldln and Mrt. trios!: Oakley of In Canal Point visiting Mr. Age: d IN;.ta4 this Ilk I dip W Anew A. P. _
"Alt While there Pal won second! Salem with relatives until Sept lomesteid were medical patlenti mother, Mrs Claude Santee Chi tmbM tirmtoiii NAMI .. It e. RATHKRMAN: 1' J JII' __

place In the midget division of the 13 v.hen Bill will matriculate for hit'week at lame Archer Smith their way back they chopped In |Hoik I li Iwnbr. ,..l_ the Ik cvra wf Clra M Ik.M, (
k mM4.
Camp swimming competition graduate work at Duke University. Hoiipltal. Homestead to bring Mrs Delclnt Mil. ......- wet ..*. ...... 'C i5. PTRR5 ri'
Mrs Huff and Mrs. Clark Surgery patients Included Mrstills Joiner to Flamingo with them. u.. ..." .r n.a..r_'r.. '.,,... at, .. (dtwNcar N a,0...1 >>. a. GIFFEN ROOFING COMPAQ
N. .
K. W.a A H
I'Ie. I.
Mr. and Mrs H C. Merriam and expect to return to their hornet Forte and Mn.. Monica They have now act up houtekeep .d.we.sSW th..W .._ eelq, &ho _!(Aw, II, W, It:.->..._. I, It. IMS)
daughter<< April, arrived home here about Sept 11 ShutU. bog In the old Comb dockhouae. ease 4 orMa.? t... Clmll. OMIt' M D>4> QoosJooT'

Saturday after spending the summer I' Wal. (1 MOSTON.
.WANT; .PAVP. Hooting of All Types I
In Cambridge, Miss., where Mr. and Mr*. L O. Clonlnger I'VU" .I. .01l1'01f.0.i.n '"

Mr. Merriam wee an Instructor at ind ton, Ronald, left yeaterday to -- Solar Water Heatera ,
the summer session of )Harvard make an extended visit In Knoxvllle .
Untv-a11J1| Nashville, Athena and De- Sheet Metal Work 4

Mrs Mary Dmd I Nettles returned citur Tenn. 1 l I & F. Garage Air Conditioning ."

to her home here on Tuesdiy. Mir Ruth Byrum returned home Fan Ventilation
In. July, She attended the list week after attending the l Impairing a Acetylene Welding a Painting

library Institute\ of University ofWltcontln summer, session it John B. Button Body and Fender Work Insulationd'< 'I' 'r'I
and later visited/ In Uoivenlty She will spend the 1 J Iw I

Chicago and Atlanta. winter her with her parents Mr. ( 1 ( OEOROE PITTfl ant WALTER rtAZEUR frit .
.... 1 ) XitlautMW.QablMria. ; $ t I ",
-- and Mrs, J. R. Byrum.
B.W. led Bt, K-Back West of Quick Free**, Pheni :sea Aiireet '
Herbert Knight/ of Perrlnt hit '(. i s....{. to f FhneNiSI
gong to Detroit where he.Witt fce Mitt Annabel Lochrle hat returned Aragon A.. w tint

employed by Western Union. to Florida City after a ., | 41151. .
three-week vlsl< In Hollywood, r '
Mrs. I P. McLean returned* Friday Cat
from a month't visit With ttut '
dater, Mrs Murphy Bennett, In Billy Brown It expected to arrive *Lteuwtahoek, la ICO,wt:the first to disturb J
Lumberton N. C, Her son. John, ,.thlt week-end from Unlvtr- E A WOODY The Builder1Friend
flew north to help drive their car JIlT of Alabama to Visit hit pa... the privacy of the Iteming buttl of the s .it

home. Robert DeWltt who lived anti, Mr. and Mn H. U Brown unseen world. Th "wretched wee "bcudeitctvonlog ... .

here during the war alto, droveto before he returns M begin Ht ioooccattj nodtt bit lens were taut 1r .

Homestead with them. ;Junior year. indicted and convicted t b>f K ch end Psttear.Uabcknotro elves THE PYRAMIDS $tVMBOUZt, ,

_. to Ltcuweohoek, ht hid dlt. I ?d-llourAmklance ScrMco THE LABOR OFGENERATIONS. "

Coveted vicious and unseen, world of kh lest, i .

now known at bacteria or germ ..- )4 Cremation ., IF YOU WANTMATERIALS J,I,

QuickfreezeSpeciaisAA' Tb spin of tint between LeMwtnhotk and Ptttenfwtl Phone 270 Hpmeatea'd.-Fla.: THAT .J:
tlmoM 200,ears Oalfia average lifetime!hu pined WILL LAST e *
since Pttteur'l xperun ou,during which ptactkeJl all'

WESTERN FISH wt know about disuse and Itt treatment ha .bees dltcoverei. -

MEATS Snapper FiletGrouper' .881b. Our knowled g* e'vH-t.ueaa- CKOOSE" BURR CABINET SHOP -, ),
lag rata The pharmicltt works with the labrinjlng "
Round Steak ..,$1.10 ill Filet .... ,72 Ib. pBTtldta .. a

Chuck Roast ...... .80 lb. Mackerel Filet __ .62 Ib. newer and better_lDedkdoalato die tlcLroom. J Builder and ReroodcUrt:

Fleshy Stew..... ,65 Ib. Ocean Perch 48 Ib. '

Hamburter .? .65 Ib. Cod )FlaK .4d lb Glades Fine Woodworking} a Specialty ,
Prescription Shop
Corned Beef _. .65 Ib. Sfcritt* __ JOIb.Green Electric and Acetylene WcldUrBO.TE .. as ... ,

Short Ribs....,...,. 01b. Sca1epe e-.. .90 1h. HOWARD totmox, m. a e r OET THEM, '' .:-ka, "'a'FROM

Brisket Stew JO Hx Turtle ,: 12 North Krome Ave. Phone 64 PAUl DMTE-OHE: loU. W- EST Of B.. .. I sere II" :

Fres Sausage .. .Wfe. Sleek _,_1.38.. _CLOSED: tCNDAT. BUT tM EMEKQEITCT VNOS lit rheas Izt.\ or I .
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FRUITS and VEGETABLES ,,1 ( t .co.-" . j <

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Crjamtd Com'r:_,:l ,._..-.....,.._._" ..50Biackeye If

Pcaa .__._._.."._"......... XO I Job Printing Rhodes'GarageK. I 'EBDtns Pajnts

Fresh Orange Juice"................ ............. .26 per pt B (Ik IT. aaJ lit ;ATI.Otalt a .

Lueclous Pineapple ........................._ .41 per Stt. Ltwal. ( )

Delicious Peaches ,.,.._M.,. _..-.,,.....,,... oM per pt. Maid CI'Me Steeeik I i AUTO mer YlAC11I"irADG: I 1 !':1

MoIdaC1tyPrcss'U. tapes Werttataafctt. ou rt.t>.4 VJ HARDWARE l ,

South D oV Q.kk Frame Plurif. PMONF. 52oMESTfAD FIA

: S. No..1. North of Palm ArtTnzelt Phone 9115 '(light? 1"-,11),

W.:to* ... Pi M Av s. Hat .* r.*.. IM M4har. Qwswr-il Tear.Japerionee NO JWB'TOO' 8MAIX - ofe IM JOB TOO MO ,

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"'* 811: BVA& "" Friday, pta&tr 8,1 4

l-f' + 'J v, Fishing Hit Ends Labor Day; 221 TAKE PAW (OreUds Ameg Fkt-D y SMpments ....... N.w Drtfri"...UCUMIAfl and Utotard..... Ckaa TrafleMt.TrafteMt sea, I ls of v I*,

t IN AND AROUND till relatives in Spencer, \laMr j
iti tize Jamboree to Be Held Sept 25 IN SUMMER PLAY Made, Here by Airborne Parcel I Post '41 Vaertdfi eMvexVrtt .. UmerMa QMt

*..*. OM L tmty appIleeata HOMESTEAD I *, at ... Ills. JBulUvao

t By. WNTY D. DLNNIr' / from lilt __ else he..... ........ 0IrcNdI ..... aipae the MD> off er ..... wrJkta the IMtad .. MM* their Ueaaa. ** 'fcefore I1 Lout where have returned they bad from b lu 4ivWUog
than Roland. District last ding wftfceajt. tjktag. flw nDatten -1
to make the event anInteresting Mora' 880 mints made .here by air parent Slat** on in average of everyseven
y ,r n' ttoond annual, Upper Ky ettMhmi aummertlme and children participated in the two- poet on Wednesday the ftnt day eeeond. around! to* esDcti. ... innotiBfe w... J'I Mr ed.. Mrs }os. Dkfc
sport I ...., aad deter It
Ifcimber Wt Commerce lummerfiahlnc beslber11NMaw
month summer pro- II the ifwetallaed' ehtorne service, and aa bound plane! peronlmo
for reaidenla of this
_tWhlda recriUo (Continued from Page Five) I Mill SulivMrThey+ were not
tournament an locality a* well a* a magnet! for Iran. nMmaored. it Homestead and report Postmaster B E. Uv raga leaving *ur border every W mtn- A Florida"r deiit row ootamM a*
.kM attracted the largest angler and touriita Redland school by the county ton ute we aland ready to give our '4. license by fcresonUUon of! Mrs ........ and Mr. Merrlek are oarnpanled hone, as planned, h
'pumbtr of nUle* In the history 1 school board. The program,, which With, Inauguration t of nationwide patron the fastest parcel poet! '48 lice"... RMMa from other nieces of Mr*. Graham and Mr. Mia SulUvan" niece, Betty ail
of Florida wimmtrtlmi (Milnf ended Friday noon, had in enrollment worldwide air parcel service offered anywhere," Palmate stain with valid license may i O. W. Moody Mr. and Mrs Clarence Pew Dickman, who have beet
competition*-move* toten COM! of til boy and 110 girl poet this week, the United State Livingston said Main Florid license by signing, I It. Cutterldg of Auburndate enrolled In a St. Louie boardUi

.t midnight, $.$ t FISHING NEWS Mrs. Mary Smith Cody directed can bout of the moat modern and While International air parcel an. affidavit and presenting their! and eon Butch spent the weekend school: Instead of coming here \\t

Already bivlni attracted *n- glrl'i activities st both srhooli. expeditious delivery service the poet service ha been available '4S license I at the Graham home and at school Improvement U report*<
I, trie. from men! women and children By CD FACrm: sad and Paul U Worley and Mitt world said Mr. Uvin 1on. front the United State and IUpossessions Licenses went on sale Wednesday the home of Mr and Mrs John In the condition of Mr. Dlckmti
rod and reel angler registering I. 'T. GODWIN" Theme, respectively, directed the The new highly apedaluted alp- for several month, at the Homestead Tag Agency I II. M Brawn Mr. OutteridM t* a and ion, Jackie, who recelvf

'I from II different elUet of Homestead and Redland boy born aarvlre enacted Into law by domestic airborne service b being I..n Legion Hall, which II I open! former 'coach at Redland High dangerous In accident Injuries in several Ue SulUvii week;
II '-different lUtM end Canada, Highlight of the summer activities the BOth Congress, will afford! patrons School ago an
launched for the first time In from 0 to I 12 and 1 to & except Mr. Dirk
It WIll be climaxed i .peelal J th- show and the i car nln 1* expected \>
by>> were pet of more than 41,000 poet
history. and
Marvin Saturday when
Lawrence Wednesday
Herbert and
be removed from .cent this we4l
tabor Day week-end I IMIn art and handicraft exhibit f OII- office In America and It* pocaf \ a
of 20m.lll'ClVI nlf-holidayi observed Mr. and Mr... Clyde Nelll of
came through with I catch are 1 but It I II believed that Jackie mu ,
for the Redland District
I. special prize outatindlng eared 'b) ; atom unexcelled shipping facitl-
while fishing Fort Pierce several day
Mich** of Sept. 4. I and I. mapper' Lone Club, and the doll show I lies. Transit time will be reduced Peril in Itrokcn Kits \ undergo a eecond Operation M 'i
Severalof this week In
Florida City.
from Long Key bridge
Clark hat from
r With the completion of the sponsored by the Homestead Business to a fraction of that required by : recovered tr* :
+ tourney, the fiy-diy period for their four snapper, weighed a* and Professional Women'eClub. other mode of traniportation. Of Fluorescent Lamps ROAD USERS SEEK tunes received In the accident .u
much M poundsfluster
I receipt of ttntrlei caught before Playground team participated Postmaster Livingston pointedout "Poisoning may result from Inhaling Eddie Carter, Ion of Mr. Edw. '
j midnight,, Sept. .1, and the compilation Facettl, J P Curl, Jimmy In Intramural competitions that air parcel poit partisans' beryllium dust from broken MORE OF GAS TAXBy Carter, has been enrolled at St. Mr. and Mrs. Gee, ''Lmdley bi
Curl Martha Curl Geneva Atlanta Ca., are visiting hers
of final standing, all and county tournament will receive the tame particular 1 Andrew School for Boy InSwann.
I will be th. Vie"tory Curl, Ted Brown and daughter fluorescent lamps" warn )E. HOallsher with Mrs Undley'i parent,, Mel
fret oo. tourner'i Three county titles one In consideration shown air null In .., Tenn Mrs Carter and
and Jessie Rice brought home 32S who often safety suggestion and Mrs C E. Johnson, and !
\ Jimbore party Kheduled: checker and two In horseshoe routine In addition Identical J. KENNETH BAU4NGER her other son Bobby, have returned hey
I tor Sept. IS. Thli yt'HI find the pounds of snappers, yellow tall were won by Homestead, and The doorstep delivery will be given to for disposal of the phophorcoated *- 1 I home after visiting in brother-in-law and sister Mr.
l of the and groupers This activity took I II afforded lamp particles which Tallahassee, Sept. 2-First of Mr*. J. T. Tomerlln. Mm.
participant u guests Upper Homestead Softball team reachedthe parcel\ post a* othej Dothan, Ala, Cleveland, Tenn., .lIi
KTI Chamber of Commerce for plea off the reef st Msnthon.J. semi-finals the recent tour forma of mall, making the airborne may cause Inflammation of broken ''I the proposed constitutional and Ocala. They were accompanied 1 I. the former Miss Ada '

a free (Uh fry, 4 to 7 p. m. prize P, Curl caught a SO-uuuitd barracuda nament. mall service unique In Kkln. amendments now being advertised home bv Mr Carter'a father, B. Joltaaon of Homestead. .

fcreeenUtlon from 7 to I p. m., and to take the kitty Not to Sotlil activities Included two every respect "While It I I. understood that for 'the Nov 2 election I Ia C Murphy, who apent the entire 'l
Victory dines beginning it -all be out-fished Duster Paccettl dance with ten-piece Miami He added that distinct air parcel used fluorescent lamp are usually I HOUR" Joint Resolution No. 1269, time In Orals

i ,-ii' the,, American Legion clubhouse landed an 18-pound barracuda I orchestra, Sadie Hawkins dance, '\pott tickers, printed In red, disposed of by placing them laclirtona proposing an amendment to Article Mr. and Mrs Olcn Edward ap
.jo'lld' Notice of atten Another fine catch *" reported and beach picnic for the different whjte ahd\ Uue and bearing the In 'which they are received IX, to be known u Section 17 Mrs Eric Manner of Hawaii ii daughter, Sylvia, returned Frtda
dined should be registered" by by Mrs Ernest Bernecker. Mr age groupsChurch likeness of a winged package with fur subsequent removal by refute The effect of this amendment If from Highland! N..C, ',
c of Mrs Fannie I
i i Sard letter. or telephone to the Jack Dorsey, Mrs Sanfer and the e.i1Jalobe underneath will collector, It la desired to point I adopted 1 Ia to writ five cent of Shuler a Mrs guest Hinner, who with ,..............
children the other members
I Upper Key Chamber of Com were be available without coat at out that a health hazard! may the slate gasoline tan Into the constitution .
inert*, Tivemler Bp clit angling of the party and they brought/ Movie ProgramTo the toon Homestead post office to apply develop If the lumps' are brokenfor and fix the distribution Mr. Harmer \had been spending C.rlPorteI\ WilriUngton' 0

.' i prfzet also will be ....rded for home IT snappers, weighing from Show Prodigal Son to outgoing package disposal.: Mr Gallaher lays of their proceeds *o that four 'aorhe time Mr In, Shuler Boston has-In-law been I I. I house guest of Mr and Mr
"' top catches toads on Sept tS end one to four pound etch--all "With a scheduled plane taking "The phosphor coating on thf cent will be pent by the state R E Hampton.Warren '. :
and Mr. and Mr Leonard '
tilMored with tournament' > caught In Tawnier Creek.'J1dt'tl The Rev Frank L. Flvery, pastor Inside of the lamp generally con- road department ai it now Is, and daughter ,
.t / plat\ \) et Iilamorada before 8 lp.t mti of i Homestead Presbyterian tarn' beryllium. In varying amounts. one cent will be distributed to R. Toy of Orlando. After hervisit .:-- II I
at T.vanlerWeek ,
Little bacar whose family hadree.nty here; Mr Hinnar will fly ,
Church, will preach Sunday mornIng : *
tt: Fowler general chairman 0'Jhl' Exposure to beryllium dust may the counties on the basil of the
ef Sept M moved Into the to the Panama Canal Zone and to and Calvin Wood
"The Treasure In the cornrnu- aa
'hlitory-miking event, hit on result In polaoning inhaled Also, Second Gas Tax, to be used for
, f mnounted that the Upper Kerl High Low Field". A religious film, "The pity; was playing with come of If particle of broken glass carryIng he[ retirement of road and bridge California where the will Join Clarence Gutttrtdge made u

I I tourney already hii received nationwide Sept. I ':Ih,,,,, SOS: am. Prodigal Ban," 'will be shown it his new-found friend in the backyard phosphor powder get Into the bonds In each county until a sur-' Mr Harmer who U en route to a flirting party to Tar. rnler an
of Hawaii In the Manner yacht Snake Creek Monday.Special ,
I i and International publicity Sept. I. J:20 p.m. B:42: pan 7.90: Sunday evening a neighbor' skin Incidental to the breaking of plus develop, thereafter 80 percent :
i' but WlU receive additional I Sept LOB: 252am.Sept : A clam for very age frpm The neighbor, t (enlal, friendly lamps the phosphor may delay of the surplus front this one!
and permanent publicity. more t Lii: p.m :12pra nursery tu adult i* offered by the woman, looked out of her window healing of the wound and lead to tent credited to a particular I
1 ,1 thin. OOCI citation ire loud far Sept. I. :Mam. |:S9am church achool: which meet it and called out to the newcomer, chronic Inflammation. I county to be spent en state road!

" participant! for worthy Sept I. 4:03: p.rn. 10:11: p.m. 043: under the direction of T, "Hello, there) lent, this a new'aeet" lf"a t la necssary to bank fluor" 'within that county a* the county PurchaseBoys1 '

\, teitehM and entries line May 15. Sept. I 04tam.: 4:Mini, Randolph Jones A escent lamp before disposal It commissioner may direct The
red suffused
"Irraddltlon to the Urge number Sept I. 4:88pm, 11\:10pm. I II suggested that the lamps be remainder I I. to be pent by tht
of angler from north of Home- Sept T. 11:40: a.m. Him: Miami broken out of door Into a wast state road department on general
South Shut Out "No It's
not he
I .teed\ and Out f-Ute, seven Sept. T tttpn: MidnightSept. new; patiently container and that the householder highway' construction and maintenance Dungarees
i (jnglerf of Homestead, Princeton I 11:33: p.m 8:080.rn.: Homestead 10-0, Monday ; eiplalned.Street"Ifi Journal'Just been waahedl"Wall or employee wear protec .
j I, ':and Iilimorada are prominent In I Sept\ B ;:51pnv 12:20: a.m. South Miami took advantage Uve goggles and glove Breathingof Road uses argue that the stale

h\m\\ first and second place poeltloni, Sept 1241: '.rn. TOO: am of ale hit and four Monday ""I 111111 1 Ill!!III i: I Iii 1111 II II 1 I II"""I II i III if; dust or vapors of the lamp has 41,000 miles of state roads
\+ .t ef a thli data More thin two score Sept. 11. 1:2V p.m. 'T:39 prn.'I afternoon at Shenandoah Ii to be avoided If this arrangement and can maintain only 8,000, while

field to eliminate the HomeiteidSenlitra I I. not practicable the lamp practically no money III availablefor ''for )

' : Fred Fuchs Pitches Four. IIit Came from the Dade County may be broken indoors underwater building lecondary road 1i blBack'toSchool
,'I II' oftboll tournament in the semifinals In I tank or receptacle I Opponent of, the measure fear tk
', As Vets Trounce Horne Lumber 4.2 \ suitable for the purpmt The that removal of the proceeds of
should be the
The Mlamlani scored (len run' hands washed after the one cent (Approximately
In the seven-Inning tilt Joe Thomas lamps are broken to remove any 18,000,000 annually) will depletethe I
I '
I I I pitched'.perfect ball for Miami pitcher, allowed Home- f "IS IIOLLS sass residue of phosphor powder or general fund of the state to t
8 denim
I four Innings and after aired only two hit. THAN A MiLl mercury that may get on them the point 'where It cannot meet oz.

I 1E !i av. ilnilet to Thomas, Line Score I AN HOUR county school commitment of rivets at points of
! Ii' and Vihlen. Dick Edward. RitE 142,000,000 a year. copper j

I | ,, a double to left field off S Miami .. 160( 001 110 1 I d-a I a..b.MM Y Inge atba.d a real..eats.. h.-Iwelr Mae. CaUBenson County commissioner and highway strain Ideal for school.
' the final canto, driving Homestead . 000 000 0 0 S 4 tour, wttlm .Mr-lmltatf. ThjII user generally! endorse till
) ". Thomas and Atwood Shrooeeend Nn. amt 4At man aid N rat AM.. measure; the Florida Education
)I' as .. MtM w km*. Lace back and cowboy
I Rue had top batting Horn. aMi.A/.an ale art.- pre watt Electric Association opposes It. The state
e ._............. "areear
i for the night with three board of education 1 11 remaining
.... models.
>. Will, M* star pllrit, Mend
i outfield.Pucha for four time it bat Habit e 1.e.ka.aa'pw.enl"M..t.r.h' neutral i
war one of a (two out . rw MPtOtt UrUM awry.F
The, Bank of England has long ...... rrutMte
series being played be. "P"f r ..* nerMa
I required its employee to sign For
i' two team register upon their arrival In the i I'M SPECIAL

\ Lin Soon* morning, and It they ire late they 1
RitE must likewise record the reason 2. ForService POLIOInsurance
.., 000 lift 000 14 3 thereof London weather being 1126"t I $2.19

t J ..ill 000 OOx 4 T I what It Is, the first tardy gentleman 5 orRepairs
t \ I l *. and Ennti; Fuch and generally sets down "fog" opposite I

I t hi name, and thou who pe 0d
follow write 'dltto," See
Out fat dealt 1 new hand one Thurman Motors\

morning, and the tint latecomer Flagler Are IIN...... Pin, on tile...... Pimps, Stance John II. Hale Jim Sharp ClothiersN
WE wrote In the book, "Yo lfe had
It FLOOR COVERINGS twin." Under the twlc-blee{ 11111:11: 11111 "!!1I1 11111 !!III II I !!"' : : asAmy Other E1eoIr1eaApllallee.
I. jientleman'l Dim mechanically Phenes\ 448-Ht-R Krome at First St.

Followed twenty other, each followed Homestead, H.
Asphalt and Rubber Tiler.Iv by the one word "dlttol" S. L. Kendrick I ':I: I I I! Ill!I I I I!:"II 1111";II!Ii II 111111 II "" Ii 1 II!ill;II'" "I:!"" "" "":"I!:1111 I :I"I d I III"1 11111111,
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-Wall Street JournalSouth
"., ((0a.sll4 ,Fhon 151 funk Certificates *.. .... Oae' Phone 442 .
assents ackaewledred sad wttO4l t

::4 I MiamiTheatre e1re1. \ Fellow' Bl.,. MAKERIVIERA J

-;; '-1 HOTEL 'i

: ." I
: b-I r I blocks\ a*, of. Iraffl light eaB YOUR VACATION HEADQUARTERS
: .. Dixie Jlr.Senth .

Miami.\ Fhene 41-JH1 j

135 ROOMS 130 BATHS \, '.

Saturdays, continuous to II
: p.m
tcurnovK N*. w
', I TWO SHOWS DAtLTl f and t ,. M. I Sunday, continuous I to 11 pm CULL -COCKTAIL LOUNHJUDIO ,It
SATURDAY and OTIIMY ...u...... I UU 11. Monday thru Friday, show "
AdnMoai Adult) x....... Chi Malinr hilt I p. rest. ... at 1 and 1 pm." pBuild' -FLUORESCENT UCHTINa- ILECTRlC fANtkWtyrett
; 0.,......i .ti4.e .... Sri tea .. twetre. 14.. (TaLut ....,.....) I V--IJ>"'!!!.... --ii"V." ...
i ; ; FRIDAY, ..,,. t-taat Time. M*- Cenemeiit WMew*Venetten. hide..

: Times Today: The Michigan Kid" 1 "ALL TotUfhU MY\ SONS"IATtTIDA ,. IN IVHY. ROOM ,

\ "SATURDAY, Sept I-De.w..FeaUr FretraM 1d "


i "RANGE RENEGADES" 'Zane Orsjr'l t'9eaaa/nr'( ** Fre-J 2'5.00 Wk.' I

I i I',. ." (Musical! l western with 'I In".,', l I.tet hit tunes) "THUNDERMOUNTAIN" Special i I Family )-..t I I

'i'a s And LUC TftACY lULU: BISHOP. DON CASTLI -:- r.

\:,: I "" 1'f! "HIGII TIDE" Also: ., MjrlMi Esclailr. ems RerfiW-3 Miles N ertfc*f Dyt*** "leech .. U. $. N* I Htflf

I ( A mystery' story you will like) "KING-OF THE. J ''*7 ) mil* irm 0 ej ... Heerett lMre.i _


'B.F.'a DAUGHTER"> ..., Beat" ... I.

r .(MOM all...., romance A great hovel, now great picture) RANDOLPH SCOTT, BARBARA i

Added. "..** MU>* rreedeaa. Orteeat" ,.UI. New "ALIJUQUERQUE BRITTON In the safest and cheapest in the long run. I i

"" TVEftDAY and WMHrtgDAf. .ei4.; f-' a :
(In Color) Strong sturdy Umber makes! strong support for
.. your home-your walls your floors, your beams
..1.I ,
"The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"They 1
DICK POWELL and SIGNS eke here wood Is needed: .
( told their soul* for the 'treasure.. See another best seller HASSOInTO anywhere quality M'1 ire rA
on the Kreen' ) '
AMeti Cart***. rOtEYTHAT
TBOESOAt.4 FWDAY, Sept >.!.
Se4.. '-!' W. D. Home Co. Inc.

s ". JOHNSON far ... t\ ALAN LADD and VERONICA.. . IMPULSE! '
: \', :.!'THE'' _. CI..ocr' I!,'::, LAKE In"SAIGON" ,- t s" r /-J

tau .trl/lJeet and IIIOIt sarite manh."t 'in history). Hardware and'Building' Materials WRITE-WtlE-PHOHI fort RISfftVAT&NS
.1t'Uaa.uel. o.nIMu-t'I"t'aII .s1. CH.ia.'v, raesttarsmou.t I
News.s FtAMt. L UUlXj Owner
: ... 11 N. Ki*IRe Ave. PMA) 277 P.O.BOX 141- DAYTO H4 BEACH, FLORIDA
4ffNl/M114.ri,./ ..y sad Mwa4iy,51p1 M4o SN.+Ni0i1i. !'4YrIAed I
pye9toewy. An 9Mslaenr


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Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 3, 1948
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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 )
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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Volume ID: VID00624
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Redland District's;'Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912


57th Year No. 37 HOMESTEAD, FLOW Al FRIDAY_ SEPTEMBER 3, 19,5 ( Cents


; Ground-breaking for V. F. W. Post STOP, CAUTION SIGNS ABSENT; ,

Dan Beard'to Lend Hand Home to Be Celebrated Sept 11


Ground will I* broken licit) PI'f'ltlltlPd building was. staked oft ,; (

Saturday, Sept II, for the rnnttructlori by Commander Phillips Ruther-

toGet Facilities Of the $15,000 new homed "had Harris, F A. Ruff Erie,
:. Amnt-Smlth Port Ve\"r nt or UrMiiee and James B. Fatherree. IN REDLAND 11 11THE

Foreign Wars. announces Commander l Also present was Bun (f. KIna who ,
: A V. Phillips Actual ell donate hit services and equip" .
: ?
coniUuction the bulling will moot for digging the found.IIon.1
bffln Monday Sept IS, It the The building permit ass lamed, WEATHEkfMM I Another bid corner took It* .,

For Park Here poet site\ on N E Second> av.. Monday night by the city council, oem s eue.e owe w e. Pvw.sSss toll In the 1ed1. \d' District over I
Municipal .lust" north of the city\ tennis courts and Han-la report that an the s.___ Prue. So"ew4. rods ; the ,wetk-nd, making: three fatal

and tail of the city park necessary elect\ cement and block Mist I Ml.*. I *.r. |iui'* It lea (from WI"coupe. la erectly '
.. Plan are being mad for fe have been ordered for Immediate Aug S9. 14 70 2p02S9 .\;.
-- --.--- gale program to mark the groundbreaking dill very, Aug IT._.__.13 68 SHOO T4 ,Ill dajw.

Benefit Softball to rats Chandler to Ileport for the new building Au(. 3*. ... W 13 SO.00 .ItAug : Tilts Wendell Jackson ,I. b

money for installation game of comfort WILFRED RICE On California TripA 114 REGISTER which will be of hurrtcane-renli- Business Suspended D. .. W Tl 211110 l ti .resident of ftedlari.4\ for ,M .years ;

ststlons In Homestead'* municipal 'lent construction for UM ai B Here for Labor Day Auf jo,. n es liD sAuc / died al 7 p. m. Sunday. In James
detailed report of his on-the Jl It 19 OT !
public storm shelter A ape ml Invitation
park which adjoins the ball diamond NEW\ PRINCIPAL Anher Sn\lth Hospital ot Injurletrucelved
was among suggestions spot study of the production and la being extended tu the The Homestead .post office and Sept 1. ..I9 TJ 11.01 ':1
In M automobile crashat
made at meeting: of the dvlc.{ marketing method of the Call FOR.DRAFf puhlld to attend the ceremonies bundles house will be closed all I
s.* beautification a and Improo."lMfItommlttM FOR REDLANDWilfred fonda avocado Industry ls being In I reorganlutlon of the bulld- day Monday, Labor Day, ISO Sunday artolrlOQ at the

of the South Dad prepared for submission to local) lag committee Friday night II P. The rural mall carrier will not NOMINEE 1IERIN Intersrctron of Robei rd. and ..
Garden Club Tuesday night grower by Luther U Chandler Rutherford 'wai made chairman; perform any service Monday, aayiPostmaster Coconut Pe'jn dr Mrs. Jrckson.
Dan Beard superintendent of t Rice, former dean who returned .from California. FIRST 3 DAYS John E. Davis, vice-chairman; S. E. Livingston. L- who was In the car with her hu.
Everglades National Park who I.a Is of boys at William Jennings Bryan Friday night Vannle Lee Harris, construction coming map" t) will be distributed SPEAKS ON JAPAN band at the time of the accident.

member of the commute, was Junior High School, has been appoln'.ed Mr. Chandler 'said yesterdaythat supervisor! and Wlllard Barnes, 110 poll office boxes, and outgoing war released fI'OIJthe hospital
h* would recommend that agrowers' construction assistantSunday I mall will b< dispatched on are,. Wednesday Iftentoon after treat
appointed by Chairman prlrclpal of Redland make timllar George! Kufeldt pt Redlano! wan/ The psychology and the ciiptoms'
group I the foundation for the ulir weekday schedule men painful Injuries.'
Heinlein to work, out a plan of School to succeed Uobert A. Wit- .. of the Japanese |M>nple were the
California survey to help the local the first white man to register' int Funeral services for Mrs Jack
financing and confer with Homestead subject of
bilk made
win who gof to Miami Edison Industry profit by California's! 2S elective service Monday momma a Tuesday son will' be held at I p, m. Saturday J
city official on poalblew''I night for the Redland
High School 11 esslstar.t principal years of experience In the rowIng Huff Boat Sinks'on Maiden Trip DlntrlclUorn at Tumer Funeral Home,
anr1 means of maintaining In the Momeitead city hall, Report Club by Wnu.. A. Herln.
Mr Rice who has huts IT year' and marketing of avocado and thM-Pody will be rent to
the rest rooms s/ter they are built Mrs Uoyd Dolts regujf ar. nominee for circuit Mr
work 3 Near Exhaustion Before Rescue Barre VJ". tor burial The
recreational of experlencf In educational H* stressed that he mad no Alfred\ A. Ferguson nf Princeton Iterln spoke from harp of find request
"Homestead'l ires I
received. an A B degree from deal for marketing local fruit but 1 Hss breklmada that' flower be
was the first negro hand knowledge gametes when .
which Include a splendid park .
Rollins In HJ1 and .mlrudjl&r
tennis court and a ball diamond M. A College In education from th ap* will present his findings to the hundred fourteen In flh* Seven, Vours in ...I rIbe,.. filled with water and sank-In'a he served In Jifin ai judge-ad- IV. frfiieitt .Hsrred What
here. Mr. Chandler and c t
la becoming too popular to go any University of Florida In 1039. E.growers W. Llns, who accompanied him, 15-aje croup.-TT white and} a1coloredwerernlltereclr.on their feel could nut touch boltnin, channel between Caesar Creek vocate. In tie V S. armed fl"rr'-, truck: drfvra w-tt on Crvonut
longer without they facilities.- : sy with nothing to keep then afloat and the Arwnliker Keys lKe touched on the eintwrnrwarship
Now be Is working toward a Doc were given all available information )**.lm
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