Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
Full Citation
Permanent Link:
 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: December 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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00637
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
lccn - sn 96027189
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

Full Text
_." .... _' 10* ....... -
't ,:.
I ,

I-- .



I \ \

The Redland District's Reliable NEWS paper Since 1912 /y' \ .I

'37 Year No. 49 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948 Price 6 Cenu

Propose Mister Co-op Thru ;.Mging . .P POt

: Tropical Fruit Assn. With F.LAG. :

___n. --_.

Sullivans Found Guilty, Fined, (TENTATIVE APPROVAL GIVEN '

: C. of C. Approves PolicyOf ", For Assault and Battery on McKee ;

J ___. __. ,
"Donald Sullivan, nomv /!- Witnesses wiled by a efense

policeman, and hit brother, Jack, were Police Chief W. F Brantley,
Cm, luaus, fin- '
Realism and were found guilty in Dade County Raymond paid '
Legality :
man on duty at the combined
( ourt of Crime Wednesday of police and fire station and the ATTENDED BY 125 GROWERS

assault and battery on Art McKee Sullivan brothers

,, Homestead swimming pool The fight at the bus station' : 1
In two separate' fight occurred when Jack Sullivan accosted '
'Advanced New Board manager MiKe and Invited him Stork Outstrips plan to have the Florida f
by on July 21 In Homestead
: outside testimony showed Jack I In Dash to Fruit Growers Associa I
Juotae Wayne Allen sentencedthe
and time
Sullivan his wife at the
I 1 and the Florid Lime and
I Homestead parking meter( were sa sting Sullivan's sister,I I A daughter was born to J
policeman to pay a fine of tiot] Grower merge. Into I
Miss Mildred\ Sullivan,III operation Mrs Lonnie Creech of '
1 and court touts or to aprnd 60 of the refreshment concession at ,at about 4:30: Tuesday co-Operative was outlined
Membership of the Redland R. P. BARFIELD Kites Sunday( in GeorgiaFor BEN BECIIDOL day In Jail. The younger Sullivan, the bus station. However according -,, In the Creech automobile ., night for approximately 1 r

District Chamber of Commerce Sgt. Rupert Shelley Jack was. given the choice of to wltnecses, Sullivan started,, town Porcine as the number of the mo wh* ,
dedelon paying a fine of $10 and cost or the Inside. In the scuffle I the to Dole COUll
Monday night approved fight on way
l. IS HIGH MAN IN Military rites for Sgt, Rupert, BROUGHT HOME pending ten days In fall glass was broken and Jack Sulli petal.Assisting In Redland School auditorium i
of its board Clf directors against i
Shelley, former Homestead resident -i The case was the result of a van' face wa cut. The cut ws meeting 'van tofd( that the 4

holding a fruit festival in 1t411 PERRINE POLL Who was killed in 1944 In ;' FOR LAST RESTThe fight between McKee and JackSuitivan not Inflicted by a knife, Bound III E. Pamell In,the Mrs.birth. plan had been approved by
bUlln.te.d to participate In the the Italian campaign were held at the homestead Greyhound <. testified, for when he and other gird end Mrs.. Kay and after lengthy' discus 4
Dade County Fair It also approved Sunday afternoon in Pavo, Ga, his bus at.lllOland I later separated the fighters Bound were pressed Into service b unofficial approval was .

another policy of resllam R P. Barfield, tint mayor Of former home. body of Put Benjamin tight between McKee and tuRBid opened M Kee'. clenched fist and' Chief W 0. Mungnr The with several grower, ...... .
In the face of financial reverses: Perrine, was high wan In the city Going from here to attend. the Franklin (Ben) Dechd-iL who was Sullivan at the police station found none, ,I! and baby were removed apposition to renalfee. .
extension of all duel paid since election Saturday with 3'111 'vote. funeral were Mr. and Mrs Billy killed Sel'I.\ 1944 In Franc, la Where McKee was under (ethnical Donald Sullivan\ testified he was'ner ambulance\ to the The plan will nor be
to In March.IBM. Simmons and son Billy Mr. andMrs. ; arrtft Both prosecution and It home oft when he to FLAO for further con.
October 1948, expire Mr. Barfleld and M. C Jean whnpolled duty ws* pltal where they are '
to be to .
expected returned Miami
Finis Williams and daughter
defense witnesses with the ex
310 votes were. elected to (Continued on Page Four) doing well .
Shelley, and Mrs Neelie Jeffrey today for buriaL of J. P. Curl agreed thatSullivan
Other propoula of the new two-year terms. Orphan of the orderly market-
board of directors to Insure legality Elected to one-year terms of Mrs. Simmons and Mrs. Williams Funeral services will be conducted \ struck the first blow InMich plan had been worked out by,

democracy and realism In office on the five-man city com- are daughters of Sgt Shelley by the Rev. Glenn C James, encounter, Hiked Rates, Toll, Cuts.for. representative of FLAO, i

the operation of the chamber mlnion} were Cecil 13arber with, pallor, I iBt. White. Temple JMcKee was hraplUliccd with Kenneth E. Key**, Oeo.
'cemmtrri' : were also unanimously : Ml votes; David J, .fight. With toilet iJ'1cu'.lon: the brain for two Homestead, Talked at Phone and Carl Pfbwstyt and
Church at 4 6'florlt Meth.j
'approved by the membership 221; and James A. Brown, with FARM BUREAU'SARBECUEDRAVSI Vftt-kl after the police station rcnresentiUve bf the FTrQ j
Monday'night at I meeting called afternoon and ifillitury bf titlg. President Julius E. Pierce,
t to- amend the by-lawi of the ONganlzatton I 'Jet Falling of election., wtrt'it fCep' be cohducted by Harvey Seeds 1 ,Jn pronouncing sentence on the Toll-free telephone service be. change call without' COh... V Wilson\ and Usvld J.-tluht'

to provide for t fS Sliman, who received 141 Vote! \ Poet of the American Legion at Mil Sullivan brother, .JudgeJVjfen !! tweet Homestead and IHrtno and said Perrine cuatomri Avocado end Lime f

band membership***I!:memuertr"sw tor "whet I orhu>*: tiir. 'ni' jH..JT.1'J; J4! .s.; J and'9 d.-.cr1 Miami:
Ben Archer ch.lrmalIf a I Campbell\ 77 Ben Shavls, negro A grandson nf the Mr. ind and Jack Sullivan, was just an lion ,' hearings toi II- to\ pay Miami's higher been In oJWallun\ at Prince
Mrs T. C Selfert of Homestead Southern Bell Telephone! Co. begun '
committee appointed' by the directors candidate who withdrew from the 1 ordinary fight. Ten dollar or 10 charge.A for year
to dr.rthe proposed I race received 88 write-in-votes, 500 persons' '!_!1.1 Ben made nil home here while! day, At for Donald Sullivan, 1 Wednesday by the Florida group of Perrine Tropical Fruit Grower ,
amendment for submission to the and M. T. Hagen who also with tended the annual barbecue ot the! attending Homestead High. School. don't approve of police officer Railroad and Public Utilities Com was expected to attend was organized! In July '
He ('nteNthe! \ Army Medical manhandling or waylaying prison mission in Miami Bayfront Park i log to urge the \ to advance the Interest ,
membership, was called upon by drew received one-write-in vote Dade County Farm Bureau held year
President H P. Rutherford to report Ballots were cut by 448 of the :, Corps at Camp Blandlng In April era There Just wium't any excuse' If the requested 11 per cent toll free cells between grower ot limes, avocado,
the committee's findings. 584 registered voters. Wednesday evening in Perrine 1(43; and was sent to the Euro I ((for Sullivan) to jump on him state-wide rate boost |la approved exchanges: and other tropical fruit
Community\ House I pean theatre In July 1944. He and hit him and the plan provides for eliminating I
the other
"Since any by-law, to be legal Mr. Barfield will serve as mayor man one occasion they banned the
of Incorporation Howard Gamble representative was killed Instantly Sept 7, 1144, (McKee) would Just naturally try charge on calls between adjoining No. I '
must conform to the articles and judge and Mr Light, ai actIng of culls and grade
or charter, of a nonprofit mayor In Mr. Barfield' aboence. of tea Farm Bureau'! Insurance CoIn In Vandieres France, when a to fight back One hundred dollars exchanges, explains C J ROBERTS limes from the Miami .J
Florida told the growers how German artillery shell truck' his 60 Tucker, Jr., telephone company
corporation such ai the 1 or day and on another they t,
,they may obtain favorable Insurance , ambulance as he was helping a dlstilct ,
first The prosecution called at witnesses manager shipment In
chamber of commerce, our The newly-elected commission September 1
step was to find a copy of the en expect to meet at 8 o'clock rates on automobile and. farm casualty Into the vehicle In addition to McKee Jack Under the proponed plan, Per AS SUSPECT to better prices. Up the t<
equipment. The scheduled speaker Den leaves: hit mother, Mn. :
charter which our newspaperfiles Monday morning to consider the Dolar, Jr., and Tom Polar of rine and Greeter Miami subscribers however, they been
Secretary John Ford ot the Florida Lena E Bechdol and brother,
said Archer manager a Homestead, Chalet Bound of could call back and forth an association of independent
yielded, appointment of a city
bureau had been called to, Ted of Miami, Isd'his' father MURDER ON
To our surprise, not only the and other city: business, conference with' Benjamin Goulds, and Charles Harrington: without paying the present toll [ "*, with no pecking house
for .
Tallahassee Bechdol. and half-
a a .
amendment was In con- of Miami and Perrine and HomesteadFlorida . ,
proposed Gov, Caldwell on the citrus crisis brother, Colen Bechdol, of Indians.
Slid with the articles of Incorporltlon FORD I Jack Doter was with McKee at City subscribers could ex* Tom Roberts ot ..
but also was the existing ELECTED the bus nation where they had exonerated Saturday by a ;
of 2S and $10 mem- j Hopped In to get a eoft drink at
set-up | Local P. T. A. Reports 606 Members ird County coroner's SERVICE
berships. Th. charter, which ; the refreshment counter, and both BISHOP -TO OPENNEWPARISIIIIALL
and the bylaws NOBLE GRAND lack and Tom polar witnessed suspect In the death .f '
supersedes! governs Gives. $100 to Band Uniform }'und5UOD
provides for a $10 member- the fight et the police station \ ChUholm Ebankl, ENTERTAIN J'
hip only" BY I. 0.0.Fe pounds *" u In the bus station and toll bridge employee,
The committee, en which also Six hundred six: members and goal Of the $1X150() the 1 waiting for I bus to Goulds. Harrlngton ordered released (
served former secretary Kit Carson four rooms with one hundred per school: carnival accounted for lia Greyhound bus driver The Rt.! Rev Henry I. LouttltDD used kattery! dealer, had FIREFIGIITERSr 1 1I
found that the charter M. D. Ford was elected noble membership! of both parents $700, and gifts of $200 from the]Iwho witnessed) the hue station ., bishop coadjutor of South In the Key West J.Ullnc. I
sets the date for the annual meet- grand of Homestead I. O. O. F. were reported for the homestead city of Homestead and $50 from 1 fight! Florida, will be at St. Jphn'i' for questioning" in the J'A equipment will be ,
1 bjt and ,election( of the chamber Lodge Tuesday night Wm. A. P. T. A. by Mrs. J. Lee Smith, (he Homestead Rotary Club accounted Episcopal: Church next Sunday thanks' whose mangled and firefighting (
al the drat Monday( In July The Ilenn was made vice-grand; Carl chairman of the membership for $250. morning at II o'clock for the I found on the Overseas discussed Monday when ;
by-Iawi have varied the date of Schumacher recording secretary; drive Wednesday afternoon at a The adopted budget also provided .! DR. J. WHITE\ several hours after ,he Everglades National Park \
the annual meeting between the C. M. Barrow, financial secretary; meeting of association's' executive for $30 to buy Readers Dl- 'seen with Roberts .. will ttitortsln officials. of "
first Monday In October and the and Carl S. Anderson, treasurer. committee The hundred per cent gosh for the' high school: English: BURIED TUESDAY After 90 minutes of Everglades Fire Control DIM
first Monday In April-at present The new officers will be Installed rooms were listed ai Mrs J. RRutland. classes, $40 tor expenses _of a I tions, the Jury held that and Dade County Fire Con i
the October date prevails. In. January by District Deputy .! ninth grade Mrs. W R. the
delegate! the stale P T. A, convention I had been murdered by I District and members of :
The committee found further Grand Master Jason Avery of the Bird's seventh grade, Mill Estelle $10 for the Browoiei and, Dr. .f, L White bf Miami, a parties unknown. The fir department at the :
that the power: to amend by-lawi .Homestead lodge, Durnham'c fourth( grade and MilS 125 to aid in the tight against, former supply pastor of First -41 Y office announced that the headquarters In the Cham- <\
to vetted In the board of directors W. Y. Bush was elected trustee Mary.Jackson's first grade. : tuberculosis Baptist Church of Homestead, Investigation will be of Commerce building Also

and not In the membership. The for a three-year term and Mr. A $100 donation to the fund for ,. Mrs. Howard Johnson, prograM, died unexpectedly Thanksgiving f 1 report to the grand jury to be present are official. ,.
present board of directors: felt Avery was named representativeand purchase of band uniforms was chairman, that school morning In Madison, Fla at the fresh water 11th'and wild
that this right should be restored Mr. Anderson Alternate for included the year's budget The fashion show will be held a at the age of 88. Funeral services were Owners Occupy 10 commission,
to the IIImberahp.he committee \the grand lodge meeting In West .contribution brought the fund to Dec. it of the P. T A. conducted by the Rev. C If. Bol- Moore, forester. from the
chairman said. palm Beach in April $1,030: or almost one-half' the i ton Tuesday afternoon In Miami In 'Currier I> park: service regional
The board of directors. Archer Riverside Baptist Church! and Interment .to here this week making
said, therefore placed before the Don't Use "City", Say followed. In 'Woodlawn the Ten of the It new IId, with Superintendent, Dan
Currier Lumber Co.
membership the following aug- District Residents Urged to Attend ;'I Postmaster Livingston Cemetery ment In Ponce d. Leon ot fire problem' la the
amending the articles
patton for Dr of ,
White first three generations
Ramble at Fairchild Garden Ire occupied now by-
of Incorporation: "Annual '
"Doht put 'Clt, write out of Baptist minister, had owners.
1. That Article\ in, setting up 'Homestead Florida', said Postmaster served In the ministry for 68 ..
and f Living In the four TilE WEATHER .
II ,
amended to delete the ReeldenU of the Redland bit Homestead who will have charged & E Livingston yesterdayIn year A native of North Carolina W. jilts it are Mr. and _'e raw'seen.ra esenar5M
due I discussing undeliverable mall he cam to Miami from Atlantain ...... aauase. x.r as rrYnr
ot dues which would trlct are invited to take part lithe the fruit booth and people of CarlYle Mr. and Mr H. R.
then be governed,by the by-laws. \ annual ramble at FalrchiU: the ,ar. ere urged to come and If a Christmas card marked 'City1] 1911 1 and served. for 20 yean Mr,.end Mrs W. D. ....,xaa. .j ace. tae
: to InU the ai pastor of what to now Central
slip wrong
1 That Article VL letting the Tropical Gardens next Thunder enjoy garden \ happens Mr and Mrs. Paul Cox 2.._ $7 M 29MU
mail pouch, It may end! up In the I Baptist Church Although retired Mrs. Ortn _.
Smith Mr. 21. tIS 2917l
first Monday in July of each year I and Friday. There U no adnlluiarcharge Ids Parman will be assisted
by !
dead letter Hlce In Los .Angeles for a number of 7e.h.. served I
f . .
(Continued on Page Four) says Mrs C J. Parman o' Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mr.. Her- Jersey City"The for six month a* supply pastor Cliff Boyette and Ur. 2IL. M 2Ut
or BISHOP LOUTTIT Ralph Forbes live on N. 21..__ I* 61 2UI
bert Pool Mrs Wm. J postmasterrecommends for the Homestead church: until av4 and Mr. and Mrs. H. \ 21_. .. $7 tM
Tribute to Coach Leroy SprankleIn con attend W. 1C Walton Also\ planning ending all Christmas card by the Rev, J. H. Whltt., present minister -. fflclHl "opening for worship" Mr and Mrs D. S. 29.._.__ 61 2BI800S
to from the ,
area the L.B. .
first-class mall which means with come to replace' Rev.
II and Mr. and Mrs. 80_ .__ 75 62 211.II4
the ban
Herman Ifeinteln, regular' S-cent irtampa. An ample Crantford. He had been servingas parish on '
Saturday Evening Post ArticleA N. E. Eleventh it now serving on N. W. 14th it 1. _. II 51
South Dad4 Garden Club and supply of Everglades National supply l pastof of Madison Baptist is
Mrs. 0. TV Calkin, Mr*. Herman Park sUmps .to available for this Church and had preached the church.

tribute to Coach LeroySprankle teams. Dodd who weigh husky Katz and Mr. Henry Dixon. \ purpose, Thanksgiving sermon In the Though Incomiilel, the church's Very Rare Discovered
of Redland High School: too pounds today was a skinny Of Interest" to visitor\ will be rirst-clasi mail to entitled to Madison' Methodist Church there new and enlarged facilities have I I
Chinese and Ballnese article to service" by skilled the night before he wu stricken. been In use for *oma tuna Completion 'On
I Is paid by Coach Robert E Lee \kid then, but Sprankle was quickto -directory Cape Everglades Park:
Dodd of Georgia Tech, Sprankle recognize Bobby1 football Instinct be displayed by Dr and ......David pod office clerk who will trace Also In the ministry are four of the church: buildings
m The Gay Deceiver of For his part, Dodd credits rail-child. Among the other attractions down addressee who have moved Of hi* six lOOt, Dr. James L. Whit and rectory U expected In the
protege' Tech" written about Dodd( Sprankle with almost everythinghe will be the Moo memorial since you mailed your Christmas of Norfolk, Vs, Dr Lee. McBride near future Everglade National Coal. M. Drookfield el Miami;
Georgia the Nov. 31 Saturday Evening know. *-not arty about foot- pool recently completed as cards .lad year! White .f Birmingham, Abu the Bishop Louttit" Mill b4It\ (he cently made history of Uie Audubon Society:
for bell but about basketball, baseball ( trjbute to the late Mr. and Mrs. Only flnt-clatt mail will be Rev. Che M. White of Caldweu. church for Holy Communion Service first ccnilda! dove ever to bird Jt described M mall
Post article In !part "Itl.Dodd'a fend track Moos active member of the club. forwarded from one address to Tex., and the Rev Russell C. at 7:JO a. m,and. 11 a. m and covered on the mainland pigeon-like with a gray back ,'
I4 The family tyi moved . to Tie made you play aU four Also to be seen In the garden Js the other of teturacd the send White of Houston and a grand- will preach at 11 a. ox In the Cape Sable area, *! breast, red legs'
( ) thriving j:1\11n upper sport*,," Dodd recall "II_ Was varied collection of palm aid er without'collection of additions, 10ft. the Rev.. James L. White III. Superintendent Dar: rounded tall with .a gray*
Ktagsport Tenll.wilen, a Bobby wee way ahead of hU> there ,R* was" tobe Among the;largest In fix postage If the addressee. 1 If not Other survivor Include: two BUILD ROAD At MARKET The bird, which: .to tip. .
East High School mart and sound and could have world located It' will com Slack, that sons Edward P. White of Miami,I A rock road to service the north white bar along the 1U2. John l.m.lelll_.
etevw. At Kliigsport the influence of coached any college team you Free seed uuT be dirtributid, .Is, provided you make sure to and H. T. White ot Washington platform of the Florida' City Stale of the upper wing, was seeing the Mnalda doves

he .came under. Ai for Sprankle might mention.' One year under end Christina gift, tropical Jellies" place your return address" on each D. C, and a daughter, Mrs.. R. E. ramwn Market to under coo- Robert Porter Allan, near, Indian Key, Mf.
Leroy' Sprankle now" In Red- him ve. cored sin hundred, and and J jam, boxes: of fruit'and baked Christmas card you mall Kunkel of Miami His wife, Mr*. struct1oQhit weak by the state research associate of the said. The bird are native
who U coaching touted Wngi- forty-three; points in our first good will be available\ for puri However, if you d cu
land ort:oa Florida s \lot, line he pt powerhouae seven' gunee.. ..." I chuff "". -i ':.i-i .(Continued .a Pigi.Four) la i<47. . C: I, Phillip. ,Ml. tile Nw. York Herald, ports u Cut. .

.( .. .. v., r -5 R i' '4. ... .A,

ti4 : I ., ) '
II .
t t '
t /l gY d1 ,im, '. ': ,:,P ,'; ,t)! : ._'{,I,,: ,r ", ) ,,'.,' ,'....t! 4v'' .: :\ ;" rt"i";\ ', : ,

.......... I .

p. Tft'P. HOMESTEAD LEADBR-ENTBRPRIffE . -, Friday, r'I:: <>l


BAPTBIS BEGIN Compatible vjretsieJlt latpertaat Any Way You Make it Leaf TO HOLD EVWINGREATBBPfAIN' Prestyteriam to ee The plaster bag-w.>in ",hi i ireaemblei h
,.Mat en QMMIHenwrtMd Ester a grey, lit wid my \lit :
I In Seleciiwt' M Site for Your I Home I half .n .Inch long. it rather,' uro-
REVIVAL SUNDAY Mould is Garden Bonus rVeikTUBrton. Church monly band on wyllcn rum und
.. .
wH peeeettt I *"i .. ian. carpet and doer such arlll'leathat ]
By PAUL VONNI when they confer ulth, me conearning The Rev. Arthur W. Gould of .... "Queen lit....:. atTMSunJy : art made from tnimil /liber. .] .

One-week. revival tervlcei. l It t ....'. ....r 'fto .Aar law ..rP14.a' the purchaat of a homeIt me gardenan Met. taft Knkk, til. who hat been ...- < evening lfi ed an the Book Spraying infatlcd areas II'Ilh.) 1
will begin Sunday .. abed rgiiigi
Mb. te think I > >* liig"laHlutyt I
ream emM
I nt DOT ml
-... -- ar.awlf or E tber, the Urn preeent five per c solution
s her wKh hi. aon-ln-law
Church or Homealrml be heard e4 1011<* But *
RapUil y
t set rr' bring nosy tMajf- Md]
? a. a In HebrewhMery control the
-r: : .1'Sal let thla clamor, which I oftenaeeompenled and tin Rev. and Wm. Uttle-undentood period will !
announce the R.v. J. n.tI'hft. . t1.ra..Ia.a.a not t daughter
;. ....... .. ....... --... wbea I ak qucationa+ concerning *7 arguanewla .hootvarhwa L Chambers will lave Monday welt ie II( MnparlMiM Ii petlCCTS r
peater, end eervlcei will IN .
o--t"- tn* lilt of the home the teprahUechire < faraulae. tut the true me***** of

p bold m.dally Dr. Homer at II a Q.m Undwy and 7:*ot bIarlrr.Se. ..I*Aeprda.truly a, state of, of money end. the thai approxteMiBineunt will Inapent .your empeet laver.,pit(H
Elver* pastor.Disk Humeatead High SohooTk MW I Iftve1f'rI
Jacksonville will preach hit openIng mint but to attain Into. date. arc' Actually It la Imperative AH MI need to do to make leaves I Mr. Gould will preach Sunday will be observed for .
aermon hen Moudejr night Our the ruatomera', own we1I-1wq ton fart bumui la lit them alone nightat the Uomeitead Church Sunday plcyitround (ting (*<
on "Chrtatm.1 for Chr**" W. H. AM* .h**, the proper., *_urrouBdUg sing future fcapptoeaa. fee On tor the sake of neatn.**, It 1* well 1 U the Maxnne ot which MrChamber Sunday Morning when Ur El- t trees N. W Seventh and Eighth 'j
n:w*. director of the cbonx will % tt* tight. type broker to have full knowledge III ta rake them up and pile them la i U pmtor.Mr WI"J''I sermon will Mni"Ueplar the streets Md Fin and Second *... 1
and a general feeling I..j S owner when they wffl Mt be TIle hauling la being duasby i
Oould. who neeompMled Bible In Christian RUB
have charge of the mode during .-$ engendered In pert the tue to waidi the (mwperdMpurch taiUgbUy. But nature wflJ 4* thi of the
the"- revival .. bar t>u bod Mr, will continue W C. CamuctiaeL
'correct combination of pfiytcl. er Intend to put the lot. nil ta due time Two rear drag lilit.
On Saturday there will be a M rrou ruling*. To properly renter the tools now yeu will haves preetou sloe te vtolt M the Ottiwber. bona
rhaln of prayer from a a. i.. Ida ft me, the tenet Important part that any cuMomer la. entitled to. of leaf mould without any further $51. Gotdd ....Mr CUdy* I
p m. by 14 people wh what com of a 'home It Itt location On I I broker must know the city tic trould 1 eitabllihed And mice, tin then annuil prae- tUtelton of Wilmington NYU Exclusive Distributor in Homestead for \
In turn to (the church for JO-mln- could have the most beautiful thoroughly, must. know the character a crap of humus, thoroughly every decayed dP A Plitt a vMtlng Princeton with" Mr and .
til* period\ of prayer for the eucr home In M entire city, but If II of each neighborhood, muai .la available for spreading roust pKKYAtD lout 50'OR Mr*. Jack Slepp aon-ln-liw and
. be famlUer with the SMALLER TO s ui coMpu daughter W Mr and Mr*. Gould.Pierre's .
of the metyng, lay Mr. were surrounded with dirty faclorie drainage of (n your garden.M.tbods
'Whltt. and alum.. hovel., you not the area and elevaUai, of the land of menage .which ASIA L SABROhi TOOLS Miami Awning
To further the work dM any world be whippy every Urn and mull of a certainty know 'I'.ern e1a,
twe tret speed
en point they can
church ainani the young people you puaod through the tree, !but whether the available .tranaacllorto vp he rate of decay, at that conv managed eompeit pOe 4* to Mt
Mi** Betty McLaughlin of Horror Ih* money yon had IfiMMtctf In I .t the type that suits the cllenta one year fav 511414 itdlable Io *, S C. hat bora enaeord a. that Jwiutlful home would be .dltlGn. =-aC"Gla ; wcond when way end preterably tenoned bplanttng. Window
youth worker and church ...,.- largely lost. because of It* vnwlarrtllng. j I room I II it premium, they con- es a fence 10 K 10 feet
...,.. Mia MciJHwhlin. who apcnt I Il Ore the compoit pile In reduced would beat .vr* w ales. Oca
the _1Id here rvonllv I H a ,.ujklrig at it from the other Mother of Mm Ridenour iptce, and $Improve It* appearance" off *n verKaUon n, and harden theaurftce Barber Shop
by rolling evenly
To nixed d<'cay. the growih of tht
graduate of Furman University rx In me. n N just ai foollth end J Dies: Unexpectedly HereMr Ucleni which cauie decay ii over this are* all dead leaves and When open provides awning shelter from J
and I former young people. economically unsound to. build a tlmulated. There are two _thedi other watt plant and even snlmatmateriaL "Where Good Friend Meet .
workt In the Pint OapUH Church tiny horn U a mill** dollar r .*. Mellnd Jenny Ammou,, ., doing thla These bacteria from your garden anC rain. i
of Mulllni, S. C, whk-h has a ,D!!abbftth-'. far then the eceePula 75, mother of Mn, a J. Ridenour, .r* press In decaytng nanura, from kitchen wittei But carefully FLAGLCK diva. DOMC8TKADOnpeelto -
m tnpcr hlp or 1,500, Mr. WWtlMy of the UftJ'wwI4 feel died qnexpectcty early fpeaditOHcalng e hit h.r.:4': ) quantity of exclude would*v4d trouble', Aluminum Frame and Aluminum Screen.
woo& .
brtnchei, twlf and met ttMum
/ of a ....rt attack at the manure U Ihfougn the comport all t
I Mlf-eonacloui and 111 at ease, their Ridenour horn pllt. their number'T.'lneru." object) When the layer well I No maintenance cost no rust, no piloting.Only .
r The floor of the concrete baafcetbatl children would undoubtedly b* . on Blacayn dr and their activity haitened. tramped down. U alt inches thick 1
l and tninla exert was caubbrd by the ritzy neighbor* The bodjr wai aent Tuesday sight They oniume nitrogen. If iprlnkle with a balanced ferUUfnUtur
plated' Saturday II a part rom-I slug the whole family .would be b y Turner Funeral Home toMaryvifa they are fed, ao to speak,JOwl er / *. about are vanes to n window that did not admit rain during I
expanded recreational fir from Jilppy Tenn, where funeral nitrogen they will !Increase ta number square yard. Wood ashes and llm*< hurricane i
planned for the young people Then ire a few of rny ration aervlcei and burial will take place and decoy will be haitened.If tone are cue! benefldal each an
today manure 1* lacking, or there If three or more time this .,.u..,. ides full ventilation
tar questioning. folk M Intently objection to using It', commercial Then wet it down. DUFFf'SUpholstering Opens SO degrees-prw
School Mr. Ammma came here live ytdturts I of than bacteria are now Build up the heap layer by layer .
Is Held boys and for glrli la the aloe to yean ago from Ma'1"UIe to make available, and can be vend tn....... with aunilar appllcaUoe between Operating mechanism has finger-tip control. !
At Redland Lapor CampA her home with Mil Ridenour Nitrogen can b* supplied by mixing the layers: and keep tt moUt
thirteen age group club for Other aurvlYon sew daughter chemical fertlllter with the nom It bad adore develop an inch ef soil All glass washable from inside-easily re- :
community Sunday chnol girls from ale to eight yean old Mr. Helen King of PhiladelphIaa ; poet material thrown on top ef the pile tin prevent Shop placed. '
with 63 members and all teachtrainteta and pa irol group that meet Any organic matter can be vied them. When lie pile t* al
brother Wm. Bruce of Xnoxvlll
I four afternoon week. In and! this high at eta conveniently manage -
a a compost heap; meant you
at B:M each Sunday mornIng *, Tann.; and three sisters, Prices to other windows 'i
table refute from the house But cover th* top with soil and let Phone 474JlDitArCl comparable
In the unery building! alA I Mr ElUabeth Bouch of Raleigh ft li hot practical to tu* It except It stand until you are ready to dig
Redland Farm Libor Supply Center GIFT B4KK: HALE SLATED N. C, and Mr*. K. T. Green and ki a managed pile, where It CM be the humus lots the garden. Stan Modernize new buildings and old buildings
Austin II Arwltitead. rellgloua I A sale of Chflitmia gift Mid M'u r.nnle Bruce of Knoivllle oov /'d with earth to kill odor. t new one to take car ol current AND COKMCCSTAIIOKRD ; !
and nemiUonal director. balled good will be held by member The simplest way ot creating ccuntitatton alike.
b auperlntendent and also serves ef Jennie nbdell Circle of I BEAT 00111.0.mNirvu i I

.a a teacher. !I rim Methodist Church 'on EU .1 Church Asks DonationsFor church and benevolent group* B. AEF7NSIIED

Other camp acUviUet aupervlaed I urday afternoon In Stor front of Home Try Us When You Need Overseas Relief W. Stevenson JIll volunteered torepair AND UVTUOLSTCaCDBMX W. Invite. eomptrUen. with esker window and wilt Udljr her J
by Mr. Armltalead are clubs for Mead Furniture toys U need of reconditioning.

yea) ewipMed Insl.Uanear Eatlmatea give withal *bllg llo*,
or Contribution of each. clothing x
and toys are itill being sought by Money and gifts may be trough
Shave the women of first Baptist Church to the church er given to Mrs
for the ox'enea relief, though the SUvcnaon, Mr* K. J. Davis or Let u* brighten your home for theholiday If P.m prefer Caaemeal Wlndawi, wk ua abort
I r Halmt _._. 1U
tint ehlpment hai been aent Mr. M. J. CarrcttTout *. See our election of fine
ere urn _. .- MeRaiataoe Donated article will be picked I All-Lite
a (Medicated) 111Fwlal Into duffel bag and rent to New Uc I* clean, but hold fabric TtiiUc end Htou.Far .

rack Ito Meant for shipment abroad by you get your hind to dirty" I Aluminum Casement Windows
World Relief *n orginliaUon of "Wuhln1 my f c-x."
Maaaag (,Wa) ":- /!* 1 Fros.Edtsk ...... 11.-1lASTHMA

Ito Matted CMO huUlon racial ._._ TS !
I' > *
alnuu W.' C. BASS & SONS
I Foa fyferia Teal ___ IS* DON'T SAY fLOOR PJUWf-SAY
Ills MeatMb Trim _._ It*
......* nab ) M* Epmore Dr. & Newton Rd. Ph. 7I3-M-4. : I

soak .. Ba< SM
M am-ewi .... out
.. i lI .
'BUSnS f =7srzvars23 i
r, roe tm.lee boreea mu-s.
fa ( herein wish topiMdlni = w.. ovoir s... 77w.u..w.e.sem..d
reui ray ear 5-uw.N rwNa.a
".| Lovwui&**..*. te.'U find I BarberShop 0t4 ** tnm *> UMt. a.w- Leader-Enterprise Want Ads Bring Results! >j
it uiualrf .... up produanoaand KoUe. l O MORE... --e ytSSi--
U vp en e IOM P..... of tun*. Abeal.ewwdItgw.Wd.lIyataaonsedmes 1 S 1 I COSTS f li i i
Opp ph Han
pS1RINa y ww tw"tw.t.e
. W .. LESS!
fuet Men Ii.. Gila U- ,geeeela
.'- r.u haw "..P (.aW ef LavnaChecuie IAYEA : r
sm i.
evet neintonane nqulrtmant I 1.95
enpplue the en-making" mei efi la IMi !IN
t* 3D wtr ego* pet dey (ram, 100 hM1iroua'iSioaLiVyjTHLlMi > I MF. tjfcfcrtpeters

. *! wy fi.ii USED TRUCKSLong
: ;, .CHiCKiaaOAai: ,1 1 per tits

Homestead f Ir{ IOIM M .
Princeton I ,

BtOOmAlkdcutyl FOR ALL FLOORS (Inside or Out)

;; (8' i florCnl the Ideal Soar ceverieg for asp Mtface.
r Phones wood coecMM.Iwoieun). latid *r evt. N.. eio Wheel Base:
pnpratMMi i< eecetury einpi for wrwty-taid now
175 & 193 : era*, lull tae ... door tod appl* Flor-Ceal. /
206 ; Din,oil and *mt* will not Mile. li'*easy teclem /.
I .tout Why oiled ever oW poles. floeCel r J

:<<.>> :-:-:-:.:-:-:.>>:-:.:-:;: e li coin coven LOW only like about COST..,tc IOAIU* 'f.' 1936 -11/2 Ton Chevrolet; Flat Body

teat foot to Bur tuners Plot-Ced loon.I.I wild lout flan gf 1939-IVfc Ton Chevrolet; Flat Body

% tfirer colon 1 black, sad
I crt aad anterior. Ui*colon wood forcae loon. ...... 1940-lV2 Ton Chevrolet; Flat Body

, Clear Itraaipireetl Plot- lhtlngt .\
"Late out an the beauty of wood ,
Blight"Control door and luwteuev. Eliminate ()
wIwet) ,. want the need for shellac imlib sad 'f.\ 1941-11/2 Ton Chevrolet; Flat Body
Cutrameed not W dun,
we* lawn.larlc'" wta. isa tong
.....(met cud weeWbU. tuck a p1, <"** M *"ur' \" (adn oR

it with DuPont "Parute- -bdlort. 1IIMe- A" PCP/IY 1946-2- Ton Chevrolet; Flat Body

l UoutiM' I prelvt' flewert.k
now available in LIQUID and, say wA *>......"ichIIOOM Clt Fiflf
{ WETTABLE formulations. .AID. Ike clew, NOW OU 1946-11/2) Ton J Dodge Flat i
........ pLN fee4 paved / ; Body
Field Service Representatives will bet ter Fleride soils| sadIlecter .
((6 New Tires
ejHMtel Get ROOM.A A W. D. Horne Co. Inc. )
with disease .
gladly help you your ....... .. ,
and insect problems. RANK pULl, Owner Ton '
1939-11/2 Ford; C.O.E. 16 ft Body
Phone 277 Homestead
We urge you to place your orders. Supply Co.nWWWW. .

,now for these! uniformly high qual- i Phase U Ih.edesdt l i''

ity fungicides. L.rtJu.nIH'ItI'I.1W-: r.11.:M 1) '

Pamela lketd. la ituranleed\ 11% *
1 '

f .r 1946-2 Ton Chevrolet Stake'BodyLike ;
W. Brown & Company School SoppUcf[ ,
r I lit. ...... Mbunl-lhe.e ..UfI ( New)
. !
. Art rind Posters
: ,Ciadfl! and Grove Supply Company Paper < ),, .c'

4. reiaius-rMaa 1M e'xlau C$44 I II :., . ,
,rv "
Collins Feed & Supply I ; I '
; .
, !c. .. ,. SI r. B. C. Ky.Mlavl Gift Items for the Office. .,Per. Track. Transportation. -New, or U&ed-
V i
U. IT*,..Tkane MWS" )
I. Adding Machines and Typewriters A.. We have it :<, 0.1;

rhilllilYRe / .
/ RooLecping KecesslUcs 'J

"Where The Big. Ones BK" Ji

22 Fears With Chevrolet. .\'

Hllt sle Oice s."Iy i ;
, ry
Gl 4e aid Grove ,

rO.a.cuI Bird Chevrolet : :
Ce. 21 N. W. First Street Phone MS Co. .
K eek .JPtorUnMMiK '. -
Debbie Stamp* ,to iah.Yate Hoalr/Sea. l k .
/rMt. Mi/ a.elea KM' tabaadr. tad/. ,.. .m ; f . Phone 98. :

Meet. HMi .*.****. 1M . i" e I.

f\ >>:<<-----:1: I.

.. .


,), '. r f1 ,. " t

..._... _. .. .. . J ..... .. -
.H. ..... '" '" C -: -- 'L -" ..- ."w1U.un.,"

"I "


.i' Friday, Deeember 3,1916 ROME8'l'MD LEADIR-Dft'D"- .... ': "

--- -

R.ILS.Twht. D dm LaConchs 0 1 IIFl _t'e1441 Growers le Douhlchcadcr I l"The.IntitAMUl moos_ball com-! by school the Junior Mid senior high 1

FISIIING NEWS Abet j at R6tRnJ !!.> ticout Troop .ere To Ditk'd Drtw In N liwiilTh Gwttl
!B W CO rArrm at*
tV Hxttand High. anneal OlamonAbecka sad > freshmen are HMINMtMd High Mloel team and Bobby Morgan cored
:: .. will epee the HU4taaasoai forward CMsjtsn friar and .. Growers r bet a .... t .r'' It pntta east. Sam Torrlae, nine
I Tide Table far TsTftvtrrHit . tonight when. they eMIt Maa\e1 Lain-Oeel. c.I 0.aad .1 Tuesday night t .'U** DM atoll I pokala f.r the Mallow Garret 1 J
Bob Mist M of PrlnaetMPMt Wt tor lean WM defeated, B.-. by Wok's
axe Lew with the Key Vast Coat on the Forward ** {
Redland court In the last KyWfeMtedttnd to Wn Kay at. a/dark 7* J k* Delve I* Md the B faun lost MM Homestead High School ,
Others see plentyaf
expected -
Be LJiXMim, ..! i ;
national OuaMHirry
1:10 the
: a. to
Urt/ ff-th-
tilt IGte CMCM glvtnt nxwnmg an a C4c
adios are Hugo Vthlan senior I Bled Cheer Leaders ;
: Del LIt: p.ln 4:41: ,.... BUbop of Dick Drift :
captured en. welting per II-M wto will be mkMit man at either 1 land eamping trip. W* planned IPUunrh ..
r ctrl t Dee 4.. 4lOM.m! 4Mam, In the last *6 second. .ty* Ccb forward w guard. and .Joe Friar i far boat at Card Sound In starred with 93 potato Hl haeoren Fleeted chew l..4.n at Home-
w\\." te. '_-tlfOtvm.= 1:1'7: p.m Leroy !; I1Iftld.. A preliminary! fat fears regular guard also I II! but the twa truck beams *epartted For the vanity team wr alewl Hh BcMol Tuesday by I I /
I..... lea S1i:13un. Ml ..",, game. will be tjtayed at ,:::10.iy a tranittrred< to alternate duff at end did not find each other Bob Roper sir 11 .points For DldTa, and Drive Jack rtui) tit vote were Joyce MarfMM I-1 D.29 .
r: ,Uiibec 112:18: p..... ft:is p.m.! Redland alumni team and the all portions. James Uackey.tustfer .' until.we reached Ocean Reef Club In Robert point Sullivan tamed U .b l Qomur Grace Roper Joyce' !
NsUonal Guard. B t.em. will I on the ocean aide of Key Large
a plr' ttec. .J2J1..m.: 7:12 op from the t af'Hereoenn I
, : un. point and Dernoy Lott,, II point Walker JMnto Hays -
q '" S1m d_ Saturday night R. H. S. varaNy. play forward Also from the D One boat with a 12 tortepewer\ .
7:03p.: In the B competiUm, Jerry Oemade Jot 'f.1I1\I. and! Raymond
the iidF
towed other
t ...,:;.. Dec 7_ l-Mam. 7A51.m and Beach B teams Typhoons will at play 7 the o'clock Miami at Gray team are seniors OU, Cowman and Buddy and Clitardwho Rudy Johnson boat which Tooter kept tilling with water I nine point for the rhool prMUmi arc bring held_this wmkIfCDOKlPOTROASTlSWISS'STYLJl pj l
f .., .." Deny 7 7S4pm.Wam.: the beach will play center. from the rough wave. We "
Dec. 1_ 1:11 ..11I. bad to ball all the Urn u w* 5I I
The opening lineup here tonight The almost complete RedUnd 1
Dee 5- 1:01: p.ln. 5 44 pan.Dec ; went' north to Ce." Creek andouh
will have the unusual combina- schedule follows
I_ J.Mam.: (:OSam.Peo. I on the bayttd to Pumpkin ;
ten of two aenioH and three Dee, 4-RedUnd at Miami Bea '
aJ04p4n.: 931p.m. freshmen Mr Sprankle lay The Dee 11-J* nce i-The Homestead Rotary Club sailors. both proven players, are Bcdlanl Some of M mad ,..,,-to huts H
o out of broths oft the Wand, which
r C. Md a nice catch of anapperatroupers Center James Hooker and Guard Dee. lT-4Ioraeste4 at Red I
Dale Sprankle, who tallied morethan covert about IS acre Other slept
f, tally yellowtaO, matt end. SOO points each on the county Und.Dee.. H-fort Vyers at Red- M the ground In the-open. \
ocean Wednesdsy after fishing
l I the reef soaring list last year despite early Und.Jan.. The tint day w* at* raw palm-
off The
Injuries which I 5-Jtadland\ Miami Tech cue and bleeding tooth and cooked
I fish were quick frown to be used he:1:
and crawfish In-
throughout the at Miami Hick. grunt over a r r
for .a Rotary fish-fry at a laterOate. Sprln Ie"* fourth year on the varsity Ian. -Redland at Miami CJIson. I. mad with flint and tteel.Th :;;.(
and Hooker' third. The fartDICWS nest day, w* ate coconut I
aVtaaa ye're plaaataf; to l.T. I tnanj* amuU
Herbert Turner and Tom
Jsn. 11-Redland at Prose de that had drifted In. crawfish and '
, flihed Long Sound fats and : Leon. fish and had raw and roasted ((4 you litttnf U. tie new I book. la that case
aught 23 t/iappers, five trout 11 CIIABWS- Jan. 14-MlssrU Tech at Red snalli for dessert.
and four jacks, plan taD to will be Dated cerrectlf.
grunts land. On Friday. 'w* ran out of good M now you ;
i : George and Mary Crlm fished! I. -RedUnd at Jackson. staler and had to drink coconut ..*.- .
i Trout Creek Wednesday and BEGIN SEASON Jan. Jl-RedUnd. at Miami milk and torn water that tasted """a1. details art iaToIv4 U prepsrtaf a tot*. ,
., landed six trout 12 snapper and High of gaiolln) from the can that w*
;V 1' two Jack Jan.. ll-Cdlaon at Redland carried It in Friday night we ,M.. limterr. Se say. advance notice troy get

I 1 Dick Kinsrd. M.; Jacobs and WITH 3 'WINSThe Jan M-6owth Broward at signaled by Morse cede to a Miami ' jrrve M e f cVsajes U listings ;will U 'p(>rcl til.SOUTHOH .
blends report aver, good catch Redland. boat that wa out deepseafishing.
k .H' *f nippers, grouper and 'ellow.l DlcDrlv.. In Feb Riversldt at Redland. ,
Sail I II *. champion detesting Feb -Redlsnd, K. M. I. at On Saturday morning w* bide mi :mtTKONE AND TELEGRAPH
l team the aeawm by -
.I 1,. opened and Veda (tentative' ). Pumktn Key goodbye a* the sun .
Miami team the ..
tee Feb. 10-RedUnd at Orlando. wa rising over Key Largo, and I -- -- --- -
I ." ] ]"""; ::";lllia ';: :!] "', III'' II:!' Homestead High School Grower Feb. H-iVfdUBd Seabrtm ....checI.hOl'l about noon. W* hope,

G t I In three. games here.On Daytona Beach. te go back there tome day. -U eat a p*. ass ai.--< .i;...*. -Um*. ihto MM.onk = I
Troop 15, Girl Scouts I Thanksgiving night Dlck'tdefeated Feb. It-Redland at Delr" In the party were Scoutmaster hell are-base.e+MU|ea.e*"B.l-> Mrtas: .Hh sass rlnrt sal a r*k .
the Muffets Ice Cram Feb. ll-K. M. I. at Redland. Norman Benson, Leroy and Clyde tonal TTy. her,* H Uw ant. lie yew bar company, with. ..heed railsace
By JOYCE KCHOWALTEB, Scribe team D3-S3. Flemoy Lott and Feb 23:-Redland, Riverside at Rodgers, Luke and John Den, krenwll as t. cm>*" ntiiMBta.Play FJR
Harry Bishop scored 17 point Hollywood.Feb. Thomas and Alien Underwood, s OPEN ( PUBLIC SERVICE !
,*di and /rt Sullivan did outstanding .2 Redland at Hon*"!' I
Johnny Crauswell Bobby Sotnerr
II ill! ; ill i Jlii I I 1111 Ii'' I I !lilU j jf .
I offensive and defensive itead. Billy Snowden, Tom White, and
We brought our stuffed dolli playing to score 14 point. j Feb. W-Delray at RedUnd. Fred Mowry, .
.f tot the Crippled Children'i HoI.I' Dick's 1 scored 85-51 over Miami I Pee Wee Golf Lindgren'sGarage
pltal today; Jimmy Walker li going : Air Station I Saturday night when I II I J
to let have display of' Chi Robertson starred with 26
ui a
.' 'I Open Every Day and Evenings for Your X-Mas
them In Ml store window. points. On Tuesday night the
I Joyce Ennlf served cokes for I' Homestead Grower went down Shopping Convenience. May\ We have the Course now open ,." .
refreshment. We had a supper: In defeat 80-28 Florida City f
party Saturday, Nov. 17 We Three: new Miami player Gerald ' Pleasure of Serving You ,
danced and played gamer, I think' Vlck, Joe Clemente and Bob
111 of the girls and boys had fin i Martin have been added to the Old nixie Highway at Gould .
I team report Manager. Fred, Reduced price 15c ,
1 ,
Rhode. j Opp*.IU Lctrrttl Blare
: Dm 7, Cub Pack 25 Trade Winds Pottery- at all times.

r ,tv UVIKE crartEtB Brownie Troop 205 PHONE 396 J. :
\ Curio Gift 'Shbppe,) NAVILIO BROTHERS
B I . .. . i 3 .
t / White our leader Mr*. J. R. Kendall 1. General Auto Repairing and Overhauling
Brook*. Ia I away, the other mother W* met Nov. 24 la the Kendall yllgbrray rotI .
are helping Mrs. T. Paul Haley, play barn with 11 members preiauL ttU. South. U.8. 1 'r Expert Service on Trucks and Tractors !

y_+Mgr...photographers.pistnat.Jewbr..i took+.our...+r'ok.,1h pictures! ,Carol.served Sue.Marlumittfc refreshments.anli.hermote ( "We .. 1"m ;: MJti; stl ,aT ". ., "..' '.a3w3. :4.eaattt..rst, ., t ..1D..... ..r th 4rt....... ,

and till week we are working on' continued to work on our Christmas I

,Christmas IUrpI" .... ; cuds. j - .. For BEST RESULTS


T When Transplanting Tomato and BUY TALCO

hh m ri' 1| Other Plants d j jIf

..... ji
?' T .
. liYj'ROI1ARTEa iffhcRt Quality--Low est Coat '
Hold EioluUvely at A A P Mara

Throughout our store we have assembled a most SOLUTION r f

. : complete selection of Nationally Advertised Brands. A Product of McCbrml:. A C... Inc. TALCO TALCO t


; You'll find everything for the Men and Boys on your Distributed by LAYING MASH SCRATCH FEED251b.Bag ,

list here, .. and all at easy-on-your-budget John W. Campbell!! Farms Co. 25 lb. Bag $$1.17

; ";:'" .' I
f Goulds "Fla. Phone Homestead 29 :
100 lb. $1.07CflMDV
Arrow Shirts ;, Fag $4.57

: White and.Fancy ., I
Slut 14 to It e

$3-65 Dutch Oven Gas geJ \
I Maytag

,. Jonat Assorted Milk\ Chocolates,

North Cool) r 5 Ibe box . . . u .. . $2.49

. :'A Gabardine Suits ; \ 9 Shotwells Chocolates,

: ei" '-'t Double 'and Singlerr' ... a 1 pNNt 2) lb. box.. . ... .. -' ." $L49

Breasted. : Warwick Milk Chocolates
', .1.' ,

\ 37.50 *, 2 lbe box . .. .. .. .. $L17
Extra reels. |1 .75 eI
J ... t. e I.... Warwick Milk\ Chocolates,
i \ Botany Robes w ; l "' : -- lib. box .. . . . .. .: 59c

Light weight all :wool : . 4 Oiecolatc-covercd. , Mints\ ,
I. .
Navy, Maroon, Tan, Grey. .. ., '
t '"' ) lib. box . . .. . . 5c.WiIBOR'S .
+ s18'0. 1
I / 'i' : a 'yF
: ErnaH. Medium, tart* j
others frem $719 Arri'." TteiHJckocic .

: Ilindkerchtefa .,'' g Bacon, lb. ..' __ ....' t33c

..IIi Steaks lb.
SLuuT-Bone 8&c
i Belts t. Awl.......,tvrM"lilt ga....'... a****right x noUtytIlrlftjrl : ...
f .'4 ; ."la; 'M. r Buckles and Billfolds f Chuck Roast, I Ib o631 I

McGregor Sportswear 7' . .. :;r'i; \ ""J You bet nil!And you cad also VM Ui*an; .
Brisket Stew lb. 'Me
t F Uartaf Dutch Oven Ga Range Lk toy eonveatlcoal ._ . . .

;I, .. Sweater and Jackets t tI modem fJ ranfi -with superb result. Maine Potatoes, 161'1' >s. .. . ',39c !

to many trawl ,Sentences wJ.U mean .'cooler,
, Cabltae; lb. . ... .a 5c ;
dacAer kitchen aDd lean -k ( tMz.t la: r <
. or you. .
I Briber Luggage J., ...- ..,. ..., ;
. l' for Men and Women Toys for all the family. ,loigr and haw 4 logkt Cauliflower, l large. head. . 35c I '

V '/ .s..1 (f Y'eo I II

: Jim Clothiers Gas-Oil Prtduds Inc.; '

i Sharp" \ ... .4...., or n.oSPABWrlkihter , 41 A&P 'kF1JD .STORE i ia ;
; .i'"N. Krome at Fiat St. ''f'' .Ir}ATntOL WOTTttD CM e..

Flyler at&.....|>>' ''L VIC COOK;Heaneabad Maaegrpan. 375 Xraae Av4t, Hs...ati :

.. Iy


\' \ .!>"w!' ;',:."" ,/": . -1J. .;, : okb\ .. b'.t.'J1ti/iJ.' / '-'-' ,," ----I.. I" '. 'fy1 'r

..,.....,.,,__ .,. ..(I--... ,- ....." - ]" "_'_ 'T.. ..............." ......, """ 111"' '..... -.-- '
i ; .

1 1l l ... -. ,.- .... ''I1... '
uf. HOMDTDD) MM'' WERPRI8E 1r19Aa_,'pjoHB ; ,
Pap'J' __ _._._ _.. ____ ___..__ _

The .I 1'8I'fHee of U. S. Support Program DIIWlunmnmM1l1ll1llnU11 DONTU8E f 1

'The Gadabout i41r.tZ1zL1: Continued ffooi *... 011I)
Leader.Entcrprise Analyzed by State Conservation Head 20 Years'Ago \to mail your ChrUtma card with .'v",

,.... ta WUtt By HelM WMtta ftmynrr n'l-<'Pnt sump keep yourtongue
cheek and. off that
maU must net
N. IlIA. .E"b.,Yr t'MI nw..... ... r r Chalmasj el State CeanervatlaM, tw ........ BMW. '"l 4..a.a be flap reeled! Thlrd-claaa and must. not contain
r rear throughout the re- rrWeetia* KarketlM AaaeelatieaiOenstoued S.. -I M. .. Mt MM* messages although I'
.. personal
a rb.1 n. .. w . stw
trusty Hit Argentina fartllM ....... ..... hand written lgntur! la permissible
4ICVRX ..,sad Md take pride ta IwL W __ OA n. 5MLes la made to
nave ( Teem Let Week) eat at last Other land art productive .. Only one effort )
.... w 1- R r
e.N.r asarMwuRISLt e 4
Ainu heir p MI. perU It to I fMlijr. M.*y e4 you now of farm In In gre sea and legume ..... .... se. 1114IUIIIIIIIUIUUIIi1UIIIIUIIIIIlll deliver I It--and If the address. It I .
I ...... right to see fondly grew?* during the northern eectton ot the lute but totally unfit to maintain. productivity J ToM Incorrect: or ineompleto,, row
rear lCUMIO. the 'jest hour tl WfU ti on that have ", DId and eroded at raw eultlvaUon; let'*' dq, cheerful but misdirected .
.... !!! ! !IUl
sagWMCRWTION Sundays and holldiy enjoying through row cultivation until they get these land Into permanent card will apend a lonely
turn the wide open space Croup of are abandoned altogether or In pastures "Boy agricultural clubs have Yuletide in the dead letter cake

Ii. ...... ,C._rt I BML. alai. young eenorlU* spend much of part. Other land are) fit for row cultivation been organized at Homestead and -
..MIM. .e II MI. fM In.. l SlsM. I ...... MW I their timt out door. riding\ horseback. Mr Mount showed me a labor only If properly terraced Redland by County Agent Chaa. Mw: Jack Davis
I M. IMS, r .... eats I ramp at Canal Point last ..Inter.. and the terrace maintained and K Steffani . The club hare downtown today and bl didn't

R.d ."../ .... -- I The humble dove (poloma) III Thli I presume la In the most productive the row run on the contour 40 member ." even peak I euppoee now he
.* II Iola M UM MM tlUt M liven protection In on* of Ho-' area on the earth today: Above all things ', try to top "Mr. Chaa. A. Co* died at the 74 thinks I'm not his equal."
i i HI 7. *PtatMt. wen fto MS rfMM ..rIo'. outstanding parks. A large' It Is level and doe not wash. The plowing land that cannot stand local hopltat Dee after the birth Wife:: "Wh, that stupid, brain
pavilion ta built to ahelter the ares In which these house are our heavy rain and that go Into of a baby girt who survive burr." leas, conceited little moron] You
birds from the elements and their located wu covered with I perfect the Gulf every year by the thousands -' Arthur T. Calhoun died here certainly are his equalELBrooks
Fall on the Glades food U provided by IIplllllt.. lawn lOcI and no cultivation of ton., t hive teen muchof Dec I at the age of 11 ."
ln( In the park.. Many. vendersdroll had Ions on since the camp was this land that wee ao eroded
Hy JUale Karkew ntsvatrlrl round the vicinity of thishelter "Virgil Lott hat enlisted la the ]
built, yet In eight or nine years aa to be almost valueless taken
U. S. Marine f
The cool nights and mornings tell with little baskets suspended the land had sunk a foot on the out of cultivation and put In' Corps Inc.
us tall la here. from their neck like those original pillar When land I II only grasses and legume and restoredto "Or and MrJ.. A. Smith will
Not the. northern autumn whenleaves' of claret girls. The baskets are a few feet above sea level It ap good production. Unless these go to Jacksonville to attend the ,
are brown and sear, filled with email cellophane pick- pear to this amateur observer tract ire heavily overtimed they football game between University
But our growing seaaoa when the me which hold about hair I cup that It will only be I matter of will not erode further but will intact of Florida and Washington and
old Led Glade of dried corn. I time until some of this muck will get better and belt-r To be Lee University !
Is responding oobly I to tractor, hoe<< : The two girls with me purchased have settled to here It can no sure 1'me' and phosphate must be WfiATZNTS mi and pde, !three package end live me one longer be drained. These are Jult applied ,but w* have them In 'eemyi as a board of directors and Oldest
Time. when hope are highest. Then they rtarted putting( the/ few of the things happening In abundance\ and they are relatively tabu them Jurt enough ao that they GroveCaretakers
spirit' blithe and gay ; corn on my shoes, in tny hair and our .un state. It n of course an I cheap. will not lone money by their service .
Waiting for the harvest some on my shoulder Be/or I had eaUbllnhed fact that the water I have two hillside tract of this Don pay them enough for bed owl cut tn the fight to the hospital there his bruises
mid-winter day, lime to think, t swarm fir doves level below much of our state Is kind that were practically value- them: h want to put In more time He testified: were treated Later that nllht.bO'A..ver ,,1''
I came" after tye) corn. with such receding, lea fifteen year ass They have! and thus make poor bureaucratsout T,ullej mkhlri, off'and told McKee: became delirious
The'Nurse fore that I had difficulty In You may argue that there Is been terraced and sodded In Bah la of good I farmers) Let the pro. Carl t didn't! "Wed *ny t vnUorm on at home a* he was telling his wife ill
tending The girl 1oocI..t one' much land throughout this country grass and clover and leipedeta gram be administered at the state far anything like this > :'purl of the'fight*, and was taken back!
The world" trots! better year by tide UugWng/ In t split Second I that may still be brought under and have been limed. They hive 'level by competent bureaucrats hali'ate ed a.the bus station'after to the hoeptab. X-tsy photographs/
I realized that | should I open up 'my I the plow. This Is no longer true phosphate applied to them at regular let It and all other USDA agencies Bnntler left with! Jack; Sullivan. showed\ severe concussion of the r. a; BOX u i f
: $.eauuaaesaome nurse In her tittleaphere package of corn and throw' It on I to any great extent We are sup Interval and they art mowed other than loan or research for the hc.plalDonald brain, although no skull fracturewas !'b.nl1\ ,
, the ground to get rid of the d \ei posed to have large tracts of good each year Sod waterway' have gencl** be administered In the Sullivan.., then went to revealed. He was removed to FLA.
Pu(* on her apron and spiles" and, Needless' to ny, 1 wai winded I land In dry. grass area that maybe been established to dump the terrace counties out of one office headed tile' hospital, be testified; and Jackson: Memorial Hospital for HOMESTEAD
,(lagsAndtttep after hi birds I left, and rnr Pint brought under Irrigation Remember In, when water run off th's' uo by the county agent and make found. his brqthet "pot ,so bad constant attention by specialists: ,
MI doing the aims old I thought was to look myself over that land cannot be Irrigated land now I I. run clear and at the nil employees reipons'ble to him. off" Curl wa* "with Sullivan now and was discharged: within ten .. '
thing to pee If I had been "white. without water, when land present price It I II producing Thus, the farmer deals with one and' after they hid,left.the )eon day.
washed." t was agreeably ear* erode It loses much of Its rapacity about ITS,00 In beef per Il'per agency and office In each county I pita) and weke. approaching\ the McKee besides managing the .1
Taking the temperature, giving prided to eee the leas hid, good to.absorb water When hilts and year To be sure It cost somethingto and. Insofar as he Is concerned, police It.UOlIt.tlmon1 shows., municipal swimming pool for the ,
f the pills.To manner mountain are denuded uSimbe'r' .do this but It was partly covered with one prograrjj.! He will I IJten Curl. said: 'TS-ral 'Art lIoW." past six or sey'n yean, ha* engaged wM P o'J'.
remedy minklnd's various Ills, A photographer came along and they do the same: then our rainfall by AAA payments and has have some chance of understand Policeman Sullivan stopped his In treasure hunting among D1.MovJ t.ONG li:5 RID6 j I
Taking, the blame for the doctors took our pictures, but he attractedthe move much more rapidly to ill long sine come back with Inc It. lfw much will this cost car In front of -the fire station the[ sunken wreck off the Florida
outbreaks birds back with corn thrownon the) sea carrying tons of silt to I profit Administratively less than It la. driveway, got out and walked vp Key and elsewhere, and U known
,qty,oh my! The patience It takes'' the ground Our pictures were choke oup our rivers. When water These things and many others costing now, to McKee. Sullivan", testified he so have In his possession Spanish -
developed on the park ground! 1 have at this speed It cannot be can and must be done Even (To Be Continued) pulled McKee toward bill car: and coins of th, sixteenth and seventeenth - duty at seven o'clock, and when the pictures wen finished Impounded, when It link Into the I !though the results at times seem said: "Com 'VII, let"'go get thin centuries a* Veil a* old]
put called out again at stven- '10"e had tea in a little earth through the proper coverIt hopeless, you mutt get these facts C. OF C. thing straightened ouf\ and that :innon raised from the Spanish .- A
fifteen I houM on top of a smell come beck to the surface gradually out and those jobs done You need McKee answered that as far is he Main", During the V;ar he was a :
With woe in her heart whU'1 and li available for agricultural in Intelligent and practical federal Continued from Page On) concerned vthe _, thing (diver for the navy department in '
{Thaican never be eetn.Warning Worda I learned In the : farm behind as the date of the annual meetingof was MIA.k3
: : use or come out In little program you .ls straightened out now" she laying. and n. intennc of ":
I do not
understand streams and rivers and Is In ii- Our present farm program leaves the membership be amended (to the fresh water pipe line to Key
evening, noon and night, romprendo. ably for Irrigation. We cannot much to( :be desired. but bear :In I leave the date to. be set by the Sullivan and Curl both teitl. West. .., 'C''." .. .
Ever: It work--and hoping aht's What U this Gus M eior I have ample water for Irrigation mind it did not even exist until by-laws. lied( thai Art whd had raised his Both) Donald and Jack 'Sullivan
rlfbt or power with quick runoff and a relatively.few yesr ago. 3, That Article VIII be amended hands In the bits as' the pollcemaA Ire Veteran of World War It. a TOP trj t1tiiii
When she lays off her cap and While out of {own. a Stingy choked streams and rea voles Extension has already don to read: "The by-swi of this approached "|ook a poke" I'| they are eon*- ot the Idle Dave
I 'rroates the bar, husband tent his wife, aa a pre.' followed by little or no now in great work but It must be greater corporation shall be nude, altered Donald, vjhen he ,was yanked tot Sullivan and Mrs. Sullivan and
O Lord won't you give her Just ant, a check for I million klsnel.' dry weather The AAA and SCS have accomplished or rescinded by the membership ward 4h. Sullivan car' nephew of former Police Chief
one little alarTo The wife, a little annoyed sent Nor can we replenish our underground a great deal but they have All three proposed charter MctCee testified, and his testis Homer Sullivan
wer la her crown with I confidence back a post card which read: reservoir with quick merely scratched the surface and amendments were morgr wai corroborated by that otInsua
I, new "Dear Jim* Thanks for the runoff A notable example of this their program are really understood approved by the unlnlmou.l'l and Tom Dolar that while (READ THE WANT-ADS
In that city above where the Grad birthday check.: The milkman I II the Santa Clara Valley tn California I by relatively few farmers ent, after they had first adopted McKee arms were* In the, air, .
Nand, Is You* cashed It for me Vila the proposed by-law : hint the .
: morning"The In 1910 there were a thou.and apd almost no laymen. We have amendment Sullivan knocked tQ pavement 'i
.. -Jane Kesbltl Dawn Patrol contingent amendment of had moved to
4 flowing ArtMlan wells In too much contusion In the farm upon -the fight
I this valley.l : Constant;; expansionof ....' minds and too much overlap- the articles of Incorporation Attorney -, the sidewalk In front of the sta Your Pharmacist t .I
Irrigation dropped this water pine ot function of these agencies Vernon Turner her offered tlon by this time1 Dole testified
level front five to twenty-one feet W* cannot expert a perfect: pro- to help In getting the circuit court further that Sullivan started .
r GROUSES BURR CABINET SHOP per year and by 1830 there were grim but we can ,.t. much better to effect the amendments beating his 'back as he1 lay face stands bud (In 'I
Maid with Doctor IB salt SA 4
no more flowing w.llI. Pumping one If we cm decide what we down on the pavement. year S Sg.udlni
i continued and In five more year* need and>ant andT, roperly fttfent t..f "SULUVANS ,'McKee"'lestltled' thai his memory your health 'far It la lathe S JETY
Builders and Remodeleri the aver tie pumping depth was It to 4ne nation and nod ,I of the fight wa hang after.he friendly atmosphere ef the
ids feet! About this time with the Congress that It anxious to give (Continued from Page One) was knocked! drag store pharmacist 'I
| Fine Woodworking a Specialty supporting water gone, the actual U* a sound pro'rllITh.. AAA summoned to the bus station by h. remembered turning over, on year
floor of the valley fell about five and SCS and to I lesser extent telephone; He put on his uniform I his face and being gouged in th e call apes his professional training r
Electric and Acetylene Welding feet Million of dollar damage the Extension Service are jealous threw his gun belt in.the car ant eye by Sullivan and technical skill to oem ,ti
was done and the underground bureaus working againsteach' went to the scene of the scuffle According to Sullivan's testimony ..... preeerlptlona a* rear doctor DRUG /TORTe
BitVCB PALM DINE-ONE MILE WEST or u. 8 LThese reservoirs were further curtailed, other in many states I am proudto tn the mean time testimony McKee aid Tve' had direct. ';
When salt water' began seeping In say that this I I. not true In showed Chief Brantley had showed enough. Let me u." but when h
I l1/-1Y-I they then dlclded to do something Florida due more to Mr. Clayton up at the bus station accompaniedby was released, McKee rushed beck

I to get more rain water Into, the than any other one man, never Curl-a former Homestead Into the fire elation and picked pet acquainted with pharmacist. Trade
ground and to control the amount the lens we are the exception policeman who, U stems, often UP a bucket and started after Sul your
that wa pumped out, It Is easily rather than the rule Let* get rides In the police car when the llvan. A. McKee neared Sullivan's with him-he's a man you can rely on.
seen the even level Irrigated valley Congress to knock AAA and SCS night patrolmen make their car, mass fried. "My Cod
hive their trouble '\Jnl... together; call the agency what you rounds Brantley told McKee togo he's"going f.... the,run!, accordIng -:1 I
j Dr. F. P. Archer Jr. conservation la pursued diligently. will and put who you please at to the police station and wall to Sullivan substantiated by: '
there until he came back from DIXIE DRUGYour
Well where do you come tn and lit head; but let them do the fnsua, According to testimony oltnsua.
that both taking Jack Sullivan to the hospital 'Sullivan Sullivan
1 thing are now trying \4 Curl.
what can do about It? You
\ you are
I the educational branch of agrlcul to get accomplished Let this for first aid treatment. slammed the car -door on Friendly: REXALL storeA
peciallslag is Examlnatlm .f the Eye sad Complete turel you can and must get these agency be governed by genuine Arrived at the bus ration McKee as be wa "halt In wheft +
t Optical. Prescription Service fact before the farm operatorsand farmer commltteemeit from the Policeman Sullivan fathered from out" and knocked him down rerlatered pharmacist M duty aU .
rim 111.* with whom community and county through hysterical remarks by a memberof Chief of Police Brantley ea
in contact It must be you come I I I the stale level Use then commit- the family, that Ms brother back about then and took McKeeFITZPATRICK'S TeL,>' We Deliver
DAILY, TVE*. TURD $SAT-I: $ t* I:J| thoroughly
t understood and It can be under ,
II West M.wry St. lleaoettead lb... 141 stood\ by anyone with an elementary I .. -
school education With l FINE FURNITURE
out the knowledge of I "AU" rrMa...." '''IIAIAnorvuemarr
our'e1'1 .
: ra.ATeaxf "t5T1lta.
real danger we are on the ..._ a..d.a.l I .d. ..... r
way Custom Built of Woods
slowly but surely to ruin but with h_ .INN _.... ,...... ...... Mahogany OTher
t ._ .
M.N 4 nrtl' Mtomd'vveaHiBiBMMSisjaf .
CablMt Werk Clulr
an understanding of the
problems xr. AVM rfUUbuigrbene
L./1..I there are very few that are not ft: : ,'; Jf >(I.," .".' ...._ Cn. nacayw Ir. A aed4nd ... M4JWkesi I

I. ), willing to do something about It. ear= I
Much land I II fit only for growing I'NISIMU"-)
f tree and tree are badly OOta IT "r" 11\.t

needed; left try to get this land,'wile 11.55, ...... M .f&..e- U Met ef I
back to forest and unburned for- ass DIXIE DBI'O'
Rock Sand Fillor
gM1 1. -' i

r t Jj"M 214 lour Ambulance> Service \\I 11 Mason's Sand

I. Cremation --J: GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANYRoofing err ova ruczs naiT .

j Phone 270 Homestead, Delivery anywhere ka Ke41a4 DMrtct ail

Upper rterUa Key
of AU Types roe. +

Solar Water Heaters E. F. GORDON & SON

N. W. Sib 84. --... these 1TJ-J'
Job Sheet Metal Work Build "

: Printing Air ConditioningFan

Personalized Greeting Cards Ventilation '

PHONE 148ItCiJy Insulation With Our LumberIt's

i ,, .. .", I ,4 Homestead Loan Co.' .......


: ida Press Address ,..... 205 N. Krome Ate. the safest and cheapest In the long: : run.
IM Aragena Ave. :
No. 1 North '
U..S of Pain Ave.
Strong sturdy timber makes
strong support( for
Artaer Tnxpn, pwaer-IS Teermi Erprh.pRhodes'

t" t Specializing in small collateral loans,--$50.00 to'' : ,your home-your walls,your floors, your beams,

$300.00. When In need of cash, see us. and anywhere else where quality wood is needed

Garage Big Season Sale

:, K. le 9ua IT.. aid let AT* 50c Values for 25c :

(0,*..... ('....., .f CeauwrM |.sMJ. CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING CO. ; W. D. Home Co Inc.

Ixora 'Crotoas Double Hibiscus Thryallis
i hehergiii' Erecta,' Acalyptta:'' : : ova. E>vciNlsElltxa.rjluriv... ,, >ETl ld, s Hardware aDd Building .}Materials ,
H,>rt W.rk>a4.jhljNO Gwuk.4 i .
a A. CEAW8HAW W West
; : ." Plie 911& :(Nlaht.lUoM1) DOLLNURSERY MIAMI Kt. .IUC' I 11 N. rome A veo Phone 277

MM tOO MUtt _-, '-. .., .ti.Q. JOB. !00 ,MO i" A"dlr.+tjaa; East of WMtof .Vfttt __ A.....O... ZAP? TOWt S-aMl,,- I .. .
i I 1.,reAapd- -- -

l j'r"f


r, I t '

n'4"" ._ .._ ...< =-: . . -- .J>....... --- ____,. ... - - -.-. .

f1 r 'n--- n- v ,

_ _ _,n_
t '

.. .... '" .' .' .j" till' : ......i: :: ,:: . \
I ? I .


,, : 1 ;. .: .;

f .. 1 . .. .. I.
+ \ \ ,
'j :
.J; .
\ .. ," '; .. .
'.i' ( iii!;
4 '
. .'
: 1 ,
'M ( .
.. )
'b I
"'" j
-I. S .

1! y ;1 6
\ :
n I'f y /
I." t.

1 S _____ 'fI'. '.". kP 1
S S :
.. h ,. :
.... ,pi .
.. !1 .
) \ ."\
I: 1
i' "
.. "
: : ..... .' i : .

; f. ::

i. ,, : : rt I".t\ ,
1 I r't.. "
;r .... > ., j 1 "" '" : \ 1t' 1
r '
) : :
: ; :
.. .
... ." -r' I
} .
h \ ,
'\\iii. .. ', ... 11' ;
'It. .
.' .' .J.. . .... / 'l'O" \. .. .."/ 1'ar
. 'l't""f'; '. ,' 4:, ( .. f
.. .. i .... I .
"I. \ :c<., '.- : .:. h .
:. \ '. '. 'it.' .. , tI '
.. "r.' .
""o"I I I
flit. : 1 "
f t iY't AL
. : ; ,
nj .. i I ..I'
... . ; '; '
: .
.. . j .
I' i" 1
," yt
,'. .' "!. 'vt '
.-... : ;; '. r 1

,,,: 1 1

.-f. \ . .'. ".: to ) li 1
S1 p S + : j. .'

:. S \ .' ", ) ,
;.' .... .A ,

J.. ', '.4. ----S--- -WI f'I I

\. ,..,' ,;,'..,. '..,.,' ....,'. ...,... .a .

. :t / : ';, ,!:: '
,. ... ...: ..,... ,., I

,. ........ ...... .: .

.-i.-. }" ; ., l ,.. .. .. ........ ,' ,. II ', . . JIJMt .' l'l'I I
H. 1 1i.
>\. 4 "'
rt .! -t- ,. . .. i.
S r uY iAalfr; /1 < I .. ., ..... 11. ..1/.1 . '", .I .:' ,. .. oh ",'f'1r .'.. '

'j.. r ONE.GPQQTo.' IESOf :S'ANUt O' \ ;S :' MAt
: ;,., . .: > ,: .; :, : : I
: { rttt"I 1
r3 fy .. J .. .' .,. ''}>r ,'w
: > ;'r" 1 1 d : q. ' ;
# ftIII.J. "
t ;. .J.,,' i.' SS 4 ...-r .. ..., r'l' :i' .. i9 C' i t5 ,; '. 1.'f"! ""'.' .4."S \\1.\t\+ :"' ."I/I' /je.; ; 'i '
., .1J..'.".... .I 1" 7..1'... . .'Jiox.. <4-j""' .", ,, ..-....,; 'Jr," ,\' d w . ... n nne. .. i" !S .I. .,.. .' tI',... .,'...'' If. '11'1'iI..3' '1' ,f- \.f'. . ,r...'. ... I J..
,' .
"' : ''' '' 1.S .1.1t
If' ,
If i: .rr\;. I .1. JJ:
".1. ; 'J .t"'i''1 ":: .... .. .1 1-i ; ,1 ,) : '' a'if.? 0:;. ,"' '. M' .' .
: ki. '>s r'i.i: '" .. 1' "t
1 ; : " :

:'t\; \. ;) :. : .,,: j'. .. :! : ,< t >> '::1 '' I ;

.; .' 'tftf-; .' ""I-1 '. .. :... .. ,' : ,. :k >; ;0; I, It
1. .' .. .. '. ,. .. '
'. .; ', ', : .... : '.'. r .' \ oI.r 1 !

'\ .. .: t l"" '.' '::' i' .. : fn wolkln1 too-'de:park J T;:'givui* any nose "" a breath of no better: How: there't two-convenient ways; of .a"tn' .: :! '. :f' ) j// .;:\ I I IY

.' '..of'1., : ., country air. Ueerda'refreshment; stand, 'a man trow a money"wit' Savbgs Bonds. /' :"t r. .\r.".\:\':' '.. ,i 'II

.. ,\ i ,f' ..1.J1 r.
\ ,.
._... ..:.;. 1 ''. ,. I s ..,,. '. .I x ",. . .on' ll I.'I.. little each week. . .where. .ya woik.: It comes. out your paycheck '', ',I r. s\..: N ; \5V?.*vrT S ; .1 . .1
r 41!' I + .,. 7 Ji't. \ "\ "hat'a dls'Io" I TCan tell hot from ;"."".' .. 1
.'Ii' J- : \ .I roar you a dog a every time Va get pal.d;At do ends 10 years, ya got ) \ l\fI'" .'r..'. t
l; {' '.J. ,1' i nose)'' Da man peekin* at da. power in my biceps, slinks a bundle. I ,.{ .; r,.. :*:':'" ,,1\,0 ...
t ; : \ averding what mighta been a catastraitroke. \ f "'.:' '. .,
s !: II way ; I";
Anuddsr da n d M th Plan If I't
way at trop pun - on ya own '
1. "I ) My nose,.blllah wid appreciation says Mr. Durance a chackin'' account, speak to da teller at ya bank. 1 le'Ufix ; ;.: .; .. ; ", "

il: '. : one good toin desoivea anudder.. You save your nose, your da details. 'J' .. '
J ; :., t. \r> nose saves you. I I'm gonna tell you how to put aside a nest up tM.: '
',.f!'; '.' egg of moolah. And if anybody in da -r <1 wants U "It's a wonderful idea," I ..y"1'! my nosy "But why : ',: "

I 'I"u,\. listen let him listen" tellin1 me all dis?" ( '...\ c,
: : < ; I .
t' '., .. t' '. ; We sit down my nose an' me. And he tells me about An4 my MM,.Wets Its!eorf, says: "I'm 1'10lonna live ',. 1 ,

/'y t\ '. .: Savings Bonds. How it pays back (four dollars for every f nwr. 1 wanna make sure you're IOIlIbe taken care t.

"I' ,,;;'fl. tI. tree dollars at. da end of 10 years. How Savings Bonds is. of after J I'm gone. Ya .see, troo de years I I've pollen kind r

: ,/ t. ; 55 backed by 'he U. S.' Government of which there ain't attached to yft.". 1 1 1S

t. t ;. l..ji...:, \It' '. 1" .
f f : "
'.. r ".i '. I I .
'J.: AUTOMATIC' SAVING/ 15 SURE 5AVlrt< eoNvs ;'5 S t.
: 'VlH'U.s. ,. .
; $ +i'i' 'i t ; ; ,: ,. : '. : .
..... 'f' . . t
.1 : ; ;, 'f .. : 1,. :: : \
# .
.. .
hiltr: : (I'; I'I I" /It
"rf .
.'J \ : \ :. ; : .. .' .:. : . :, '
.. ; ; :: .... :, . ,
1, .. kt. ,. . :-. I J . "I' r 11 ......-. c ',' ,J( ' yr',,,rp dY'I l.t-\.. ; ,
:. ,!. ,. ; 1 . ..1 ..., '".. J ', 1' I' l. I ( 1,;
. : . ; " ;. "y.r'Y. :
tt.' \. >$" : '. \ . I : V: : . '
\ '
.' ,:I'r ,!,,, ',., ., TA/j f* sn o/KcU/ tS.. ttofy. tdvtrtliemtnl-prepirtJ seder Mffrf0M "/.Treasury Department tad Advertising Conacfli-}': ,' .V', :j .
j' : . .
. k ?* 111 1S f .
4 .
, : ," ( !,, 'U" ,,."
, . .. *<*., {t".1 i ):f,4:. S,. f I .y .. 4 ;>: :.... .,, t;. "1'laH.. : 4 'W., ... .\ ., ;. '! I: ;.:.,,!AS44.; \ .. j ,
, "' . : , .f .. .ft' ?' ,. .i1f; 1' I. 'W
I.\t.ak'. .
; 11 _
: 0" :' '; ,'I' " ., ,. ., rf-t.{ rrlr n Vf'' J, I

': I .-<. "f ' .,.. . I'j : "k: ..:..- .. ,.:\,.;. ; ,'jt;." I:.' 4 4J.
: '< ... > ,. '' .. :
/ ; .. ;
: : . ,
. .
.. ..
: \ I .. vC rI11 t 454 .' ' I -5 t I II It

; ::1: : Ii :- :: :: :: I ; : : : ;1 . . '

) : : ; ,: r" : : I 1''

If . . ,
I I' f /I. I ,, VV VVi
', e'.J. ." .
. . .t'r', fT. ay i ( . S.. .i ..' L ;, a .. >,1 I "
::11 *I '. ., 1).. : f : '. ; "
'. ., I" ,.., ... ,; 1 .
t. .
: .. .. ::; ; : ,: "'' \,' '., , ,
l' If' : "f' i". "I- '. I > ' .\\I', .
) . I' \ '. ..'t I' : I'
; ;, :' .. ',
S S : :
5 -
i : S S T

. ; ,Jolt'.. ),'. ": .. ".t".wi, . 1 ' " ::. ( ...." .;., ........ ; ,>{ ..' .,II". .. ., '- ., . I*" .i,.:,5*% tM.!. t "

-- .e
1 ,

.'.f'- ,.. . .. .

Page Six_ THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE say, December 3,19.



I; r r r H Social Events in South Dade r. r ] given Instruction Girl Scout In leaden dramatics Wednesday wi- Mia Marilou Harris and Harry was made of white carnation.

by Ml* Polly Council field
Berry exchanged wedding vows The maid of honor wore a pWfc
director from Miami scout headquarters -
with net
and wedding ring at p. m. anThaikkagivltkg taffeta gown mode a
in the Girl Scout buth.sA Day In HatnaataadPresbyterian yoke and butl-back.: He halo,

JOHN KROME\ AND MARGERY LOOMIS WED RECOMMEND MRS C4UFMAN CATHERINE GAUTIER BECOMES BRIDE eevered dbh luncheon WM Church The Rev. hat and mitts matched her drewIn
Ii'! FOB REBEKAII AWARD held. Frank L. Klvery officiated at the Unt, and flee carried a cascade
FRIDAY IN CEREMONY\ AT BRIDE'S HOME OF ERIC SCIIMIDT IN CHURCH RITES Present tar all or part of the ceremony before \the chancel bouquet of orchid hued pompons.

I Mr. Aces Blanch Chapman, study wen. Mrs. B. Heath HoMn, which wo lighted with burning lira. Hale wan gowned in blue

Mia Margery Ann Loom,,I Croai. She wa graduated from I was recommended: far the Decoration Miss Anna Catherine Caviler, line cap sleeves, fitted bodice Mn. W. B. Hardin, Mr*. B. LKrona. white taper and decorated with(chiffon with a matching off-t-
.daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Harold I, Ponce etc Leon High School and of Chivalry<< Monday night t.. daughter of Mr. and M,.. William and bouffant skirt She wore Mn. Warren Alien, Mr*. potted palm and standards of face hat and glove and I coinage
Frederick Loomls or' Coconut from Florida State p by Liberty Rebekah Lodge for net I. Qautler of Princeton, became headdress of bronze pompons and Paul Ray Mr*. C J. Turner and white gladioli and pompon of pink carnation Mr*. Mary
Drove, and John Elliott (Jack) where she wo a unIV."lt'l' I outstanding work In the order the bride of Erie L. Schmidt, ion carried cascade bouquet of the Mr*. Coo, f). IluebteCLURWOMEN .Mr. *. A.. A.. new, etawr_'-L_ of the Cool of Miami mother of the
Kenton. son of Mr WlllUm It.Xrome .. Delta Delta and Mr. Berth NorrIs of Miami, of Mr. and Mr. Auuathmldt pompon I bride. rang "0 Promise Me" andBecause" bridegroom, wore. grey crepe with
of Homestead went. wed served on the senate and judiciary I district deputy president. was a of Princeton at BIO: p. m. Thanksgiving The brldesmitron and the WILL VOTE to organ accompaniment matching acccaiorle: and I corsage
ded at 4:80: Friday afternoon al and was lifted In Who' Who In 1PCt'l1l11Uf1t it the meeting. After Day In Homeitead Presbyterian -I brideimald won Identical. gowns, ON NEW: BY-LAWS played by Dr. C. F.. Robin100. of pink carnation
the Loomis home In Chapman I American College and Univer. ) the business scttlon. the blrthlsyannlveneet Church of Dile-green .taffeta fashioned New by-law of the ,Woman's The traditional wedding After the ceremony M guests
field Garden The vow were read sitlee! Bhs completed year of. ** of Mn. Chapsnon Three standards of while &ad- with sweetheart neckline and Club of Homestead will be voted march: were used attended s reception held at the
Mrs. Norris and Mra. LucUl Harris home on Silver Palm *r.
by the Rev. Albert Dale Ihgler. o fBryan 'graduate work at Tulane School loll and swallowtail" pepluma. Their mitts
before bossiness In marriageby
observed pompons were placed: on at mwting Tuesday The bride wo given cake was served byMr
Cake and The wedding
Memorial Methodist l Church I of Social Work, and I t. a member were eaffe the altar which matched their gown end their L. Harris,
served was banked night Drs 14. In the 'dub's new : her father, Van .. P. Blake, Jr- and Mr
were In the banquet hall. D.
before an Improvised altar banked lot the Miami Junior Leagu J I with potted palnw. Illumination! headdresses and bouquet wen' borne on N. W. Illh JL end attended by the bridegroom' Arthur Tracey and punch wa
'with white chrysanthemums, a.- Mr. Krome belong to one atth GARDEN CUT TO ELECT was provided by two candelabra replicas. of those of the matron of Approximately one hundred I deter, Miss Catherine Berry of poured by Mn- Tommy Cato mdMb
ten and ttephanott and Illuminated well known families of South I OFFICERS ON MONDAY each holding leveft lighted whit honor. i persona attended the benefit card Miami, maid of honor Richard Evelyn Cuthrle. Miss Mary
by white taper Florida Hll father the late William taper Mr. Csutler. mother of the party held for the clubhouse fund Elton of Miami wa best man and Engel registered the gueita In the
Mr. Loomis law his daughter H. Krome for whom Krone I, New offioer of South Dade The Rev. Frank L. Livery, pas bride, wore. t street-length gown. Monday night In Sacred Heart T. Randolph Jones and Landon bride' book. '
In marriage. Miss Miry Drake avenue and Krom Memorial Institute .OardM Club will be elected Monday too officiated> it the double ring I of dusty rose with Mack) accessories clubhouse.Mr HlekioR of Homestead, and Gilbert their the
Carter served a. maid of honor, were. named, was the eonstructkin evening whn a aurpri prod _n,. D,. Carl ,.. Robinson and a corsage of rose-col *. A. F. Arthur WM awarded L* Duce: and Jerome Maloneyof Florida For honeymoon the bride wore on anaqua
end William H. Krome cf Hom- engineer of the Florida will be presented, *iyt Mra. organist. played the traditional ored carnation The mother of the door price.Oa Miami were ushen. Key, suit with blackacceworlei
stead was hi* brother belt man.I' East Coast Railway extension |* tMnMn, preaklent. wedding marches as weU a* accompaniment the bridegroom, Mn. Schmidt, was IM commHUe .U chart atairangementa The bride was lovely In t gownof gabardine and of whitecarnations.
The bride wore the traditional Key West which: form the road). ., Th group win meet at e'clxkla for Stanley Wittkop gowned In black with matching were Mr. Herman whit water-wv moire taffeta a and corsage Mrs.
i 'whit satin fashioned with a deep bed of the present Overseas Highway the fantaa renter at Redland who" tang "Because" and "0 accessories: and a corsage of roes IlemlFto. M.... Arthur, Mr. Herbert i fashioned with sweetheart neck- Mr. home Berryr
bertha, a princess bodice which: Th bridegroom, a gradual Fruit and Solo* Park Promise Me. colored carnations, I Katz, Mra. Ovid Sullivan,, .lino sleeves panted at the wrist, living at the Harris valedictorian of,
extended I Into a deep V at thai 1 I' of Homeitead High School, received Immediately after the ceremony, Mn. Robert P. Crow, Mra. R. ILDonovan fitted. bodice, and floorlength skirt The bride was
I walst-lln I and! a full 'skirt I witha a degree In civil engineerIng RICE oTEAM t MCETINa The matron of honor was hen a reception was held In.the church Mn "'1ft. Sottlle Mra.I which ended In a alight train Acoronet the senior clan of Redland High
S. C. Mullin of sister! School from which ha was graduated -
short train. A heirt-shlped! from Princeton University OF FARM "WOMAN, (CUV Princeton a annex which was decorated with Edmund Pacetti Mrt.T E. StadlgkMr of aeedpearl held in place ,
Him of Illti-lnn held' .In piece her noel took graduate! work, there I W E Hl" prlnnpM of 71+ of the bride. Th brldesntitron, | potted palms and- standards of I I *. W. C. Carmkhael. Bruce her fingertip veil or Illusion I I and last Jun' *.. b. wa aecreUry -
Illusion bridal veil. She carried: II 1 During the war he served In the land School spoke on oo- peraUGII was Unir Boyer C. Hanson of white chrysanthemums: tuberose*, E. Neublg, Mra. Henry Prldgen she wore a strand of pearl at her of Bet Club.'whool of honor
the tu-
I a bouquet of white cattleya'' navy ai civil engineering officer between the school: and tilt horn Princeton and the brldenmildW Christmas vine and pink gladioli _and Mr John Bathe throat Her hllrt-Ihlped bouquet society: and a member
I orchids encircled: with white 'I assigned to the Seabent In the Wednesday evening .at an ...11.' Miss Mary Dauber of Miami. I Mr.. John W. Moor of Horn.1 1 dent council
J bUt-j ., _. bridegroom a graduate of
tern, orchid. Robot _ice._ of Naranjo wu :The
Pacific theatre' and he U now (nation meeting of a wcepasi'l dubat n. ."' .11 cut the three-uer enddlug SOROPTIMISTERS HONOR served
ARE GUESTS OF Miami Edison High
!/1! The maid of honor Wore. pal.. assistant to' the division civil! .engineer Radiated Farm Labor Supply and Karl Oreer of cake that centered the : School and I.emplo'ed .
peach taffeta mad with iweet- for the Seaboard Air LIne. Center. 1-- Jack Cautler of table) and wa banked with IIrlde"j AT CLUB COFFEE GIVEN AT LEIBY HOME three yean now In by the Bird navy Chervofct

heart neckline and bouffant klrt, Railroad In Tamp After Mr, RJce'i talk a roundtable brother of the bride, rose and fern Lighted Co.

,t and aha carried pale lavender Among the out-of-town guestsat discussion of cooperation Schmidt .of Prince crystal candelabra illuminate r. U. Well related humorous 'carved figurine and ornament, *,,I
cattleya orchids surrounded by the wedding were Dr. end Sin problem was held Plan were ton of the bridegroom the table' and interesting stories 01 his paintings, woven piece and article of I
Folllei" the
the "Sketch Hook
mailer orchids<< of the aim tint. Fred Wide Jones of Tavemter, mad to elect officer I at the start served as usher Mr. Cerhardt Schmidt of travel through Mexico and Central mid of leather, liver and
After a reception at led Loomis Mr. Crier R. Smiley of Key' Wet meeting.: Austin H. ArmlsUad,1 Given In marriage by tier father, Princeton served punch from ( and South America at the various other taaterlal Miami Junior Woman' Club Wednetdiy ,
home, Mr. and Mr Krom left the bride was radiant In a gown bowl surrounded tuberose evening (t Miami Edison
and Mrs. Phillip L. Wilson' *f Miami camp religions and recreational crystal by coffee given at the horn of Mr. Hostesses at the coffee were
by automobile for a honeymoonIn Beach Mm. Jones ...... Smiley of white I dipper satin mad with 1 and feral High School Tuesday afternoon, !
director presided at the tMC! : II and11.. C W. Ulby Monday member of the club'l social com
.' New Orleans. For traveling, the and Mn. Wilson are aunU of After the buslnes" venlon nC'1 fitted bodice, long sleeves which The bride' book was kept byMrs. night by the Soroptimiit Club of mittee. Mr. Leiby, Mill Bertha Mrs. Arthur wn a guest eta the
)ride yore brown cult brown tapered to a point at the wrist In McAllister Hotel given by
I Miami
the bridegroom reshmenti/ served. Tony Ryan of a cousin .
were South Dad in honor of the So- Kill Hauiman and Mr* Carl woman' division of the Confer
and white accessories and cor and long full skirt with a short of the bride.
sage of whit orchids, Upon their train A Queen Ann tiara of lace For their honeymoon trip byplan ropttmliten-husband* of member Anderson enc on Israel.yLuncheon
\ A board meeting will precedethe -
return, they will reside In their McCARTHY-KERLEY MARRIAGE }PERFORMED and aeedpearl held In place her -
to Havana( Cub, the bride Mr. Well alta brought\ a Urge club' luncheon at Seminole guests Tueiday of Mr.
flew home it 102J Banister ace.,, MONDAY AFTERNOON' IN CHARLOTTE, N. C. i fingertip veil end the sweetheart wore a black gabardine dressmaker and varied exhibit of hand-made Trading Port Monday. and Mn. W. B, Caves were MaiJ
Tampa. : neckline: of her gown war edged lull, pink accessories anda article be had collected during F. Napier and Mr*. W. L. Miller

The bride for a lima wa I Mr, and ,Sirs.. V. C Kerley of orchid After I with the lice and aeedpearls. At white orchid: corny his long residence In Latin American Mr. and Mr*. A. F. Arthur attended of MlariU ?Mri. Miller 1 II Mn.Caves' . I
assigned to Homestead a* i social I a wedding trip her throat she wore strand of Mr. and Mr. Schmidt returned
countrle ancient Idols the annual of auntB'Efr'4
: worker with the Dade County Homestead *r* announcing: the 'down the welt wart of Florida,I pearls a gift of the bridegroom, Tuesday to their residence onTslbott presentation

I Chapter of the American Red I marriage of their daughter. Vlsglnla > Mr. and Mn McCarthy are expected and she held an heirloom white rd. north of Silver Palm
Doris, to Robert Matthew to arrive this week-end to linen handkerchief: carried 00 dr. i
make their home here. yean ago by her paternal grandmother bride
RECORD CROWD AT IItNIFIT'I : : McCarthy of Homestead at llt The a graduate of Bed-
DANCE OF TIIONE GIRLS : The bride cam to Homestead I a* a brld. Her white Bible land High School majored .In
Monday .afternoon In Charlotte, with her parent four yean ago wa topped with a white orchid Journalism at the University of
h A record crowd"ittended the N. C. The bride had been vldtlng from Charlotte, and the
was showered with satin streamers Miami She 1* employed In the I
dance held Saturday night In the 'In Charlotte at the home
of her graduated from Ilomtad High entwined with white carnation county judge' office In Miami
I Chamber of Commerce building brother and ilrteMn-Uw, Mr and School In the clans of .t?. The matron cf honor wore An employee of Jsensch Broth- s
by operator of the local Mrs. R. C. Kerl. .
The bridegroom served during
pale yellow taffeta
gown en of Gould, the bridegroom was
I : A J rt of the tel.Pllon'l: : For the ceremony, the bride the Wit In the navy In (he P.clflcthMt'I. : mitt of the tame tint. Her gown graduated from DeWItt Clinton .'
will be Walter I )!
wore a powder blue black .
wit H is
'i. the Damon employed now wa mad with sweetheart eeW. High School In New York City the Newfiigidaire
Runyon cam: accessories and a corsage of whit Miami. '



i- See ON' for .. . .
.' SI1T. S .' ..,.....I : t 7' "'"
MIa Marian Anderson, queen Thanksgiving motif p ompa '
r of Ike Homes1 school carnival Sixty-Owe woe present. W
entertained at her home Thinks

giving. evening In honor of tier .. \ /1'' ;" I
r attendant "
and the members of "'
he senior el.... .' tIt ,
The decorations of autumn He or She... e aSla
flowers and the refreshment y
course of open face sandwich1* ,' will appreciate I new ''i

cookies and punch, were lit ha pair of r .



k A family dinner was held on
;. Give Her a Thanksgiving Day at tile home of Slippersfor i

Mn. M.. P. Wollam\ on I. Camp-
Diamond from Button's I ben dr. Present, hi addition to

11 Fame the beslea Vollim were and: Mr. and Sirs Xmas IIIIllh/_: ,
son Bobby; \
] For jean the hai longed for beautifulllamond Mr. and M.... a J, WolUm and Leather/Satin, Felt In beautiful "IM '
a daughter. Mary Louis and Joyce or *, rs..h t b ,
I.1 a symbol worthy of your Sir MId Mrs L P Kendrirk andpandsoa ; colon for women and

deep esteem and affection This year David; MA and Mr. children: Herd er oft sole
males that dream com true . match, John Kuhn and -.m. Freddy; Mr. for solid comfort tor Dad 249

1 the sparkle of her eyes with beautiful and Mr*. N. C Rhlaehart and son,
i ,. Sutton Diamond. Carl; Mr*. May HaU, Roy Lowe $1.00 to $$4.95Co MMe"a. _
Nationally Advertised and Mortise CanMn. I .,_"molt...rsberun ?

Watches At noon today Sin Herman Oar Lar-A-Way FIaa41I.R4IQ 1
Sinn the turn of the century discriminating Helnleln. president of the Womont
Uiamltni have turned to. Button' a*.. ef Homestead epwU to I
for diamond and other fine flft' Such 01101 b .1.bN attend I luncheon to be held \\o 2

continuing success must be deserved UaUyweod for the cemmsttee ,
chairmen for the general'federo'
tine meeting I* be held. I II Holly.
.( wood In April. Mn Helnleta will
DIAMONDS FROM *U. TO.. MM. Jl'1 ER JCRGKK8EN. serve a* exhibit chairman at"the ,
N1TEIAIZU federation meeting i f' *iBh Mr. tit S. XtOMl] ATE t
\ AND LONCINtS J. J. McCaffrey, luncheon hottest, 11...tea4, Fla. .

to general chairman. I

Nationally! Famous I .
STERLING SILVER SUTtoN'S Has a New., Low Price

OaMerren ''Holds more food than ever
Complete Selection of 1,1' .
Side of Western Beef t before In the
'" Gift Items same
,, e Fen>*tja MeM-Mhes1 meek r I
Cot wrapped sad lessee fee year. lecker
.--'-. ..... kitchen
at b_ heeser. ,
We are new makingsDELIVERIES. < a asehadve. Qskkshe' Trey : Here'more ef' (ha things VON want In a new raMgtratwi, !

Dlrthiton ring for men and.. I I L web taelsMl Cube Salem MORE unable ipae on me new net top. MORE froio*}

i women bracelets compact . .. J food storage In the bit new Superfteeier, MOM rood .
'red .' ..
1.M Mun
costume Jeweiieerting* M r- iar i .
NI wWati Lbeleedeg ,car keeping fresh t Of frozen meats,MORE to I barf
clgaretto' cases ,and llghten-pen _. ".1.-...,.. Ma eeob ese.ka .t. "" . spore :
and pencil ..tI . In fact, gift t Mgttreesabgbee aep Vegetables and (rvHi MOSS usable space fcr olheffcodi ";

for every pur.-. .at price for Fine of y.Ua".II.J1I.-, ._._,_ k..,,} ."..:.1.L.Sk l,r Tc MOW food Dorage copociry per dollar 1

named Kirk, lea GUrtuunU very purte ape. lb ., /h ..e Urge. IteperJ4estea '\ **e ANN new rVtgldalras Worn, how economical tome
.t Alvin Wkittat Sarbna, IK _-..." MeW e M *Jl poif' *i' ...*t. Trey tobwyloopratai I'.A. , l

NaWi.i.- ...* retail eut ofew e ....... banshee wick Mora FlII.AIMS SMTN.k;,., .

C8B OCt Cltm FATMIKT FLAN \ ; Lamb, Pork and Beef t aleliilISM- f*.-...*belteni e, aKOfil Afltoaf.'. HaUHaM HMaiai.
Weekly' er ModAly ,.;...ta-JIIt carrying' etwrg**, Oar RaoiVwier to Ik beet thai can be ....... 'Ml. GtW}.- IIMVe- -".- f..

,a VII tv ..,-*.way >.... 'tnaIIa'tller loot . a '

t SUTTON JEWELRY CEk. :: Veal Mock Rotate Chicken:and Left Chop Homestead Furniture Company

r f t'' 1- .. .b..... ,

4 72 'Fh c&.r& o-rthrn ioe ... I Swli Dtde Qkick Fri PiaMooL We. Ffoaaec Our Oft Tine Pnrdiasefl. I ,,l'

'to: f.,N0_ AMnat Jeawdey aeel-paaibg R1Y ai lee M Yale I VT laasal MJ ; '"
*> ail $ Ana lr.a1.1. Irhwse IIN NXftIItt Ar ...:::1:, wr ;';.1IIt.fIlitIte'11



}'' ..
1 "U

.... _. ..-. . . . '- -' ----- ... ....-- r-_
". .r.-------------r.- ; =z =
' : :
-. t ..... .. .. .
; -- . ,"'-' ... _........,..... ._. -

I '
'' .
Friday, December 8, l948 HOMBSTXAD A.al8l .PTE. Mftr

_. _.__

RUTH REED AND CAKKOUL SWAT WKDUBD KIVCMITff 43MW CMMf at Ilewalaed. M11rt ldsal 1i bLUIINS .bue LOT on S. E Corner N. E I ACRES on Qiiitf; k/Nr17rIte1'!, IHl

IZi ) tVFIBAT IfIOIIt' tarter IM dllpw".. d time First Ter. 11th Street First with email hove now rented l
1'1 SUNDAY IN CEREMONY AT FOLK8TON, GA. Menben ad.. brrn r rashers ......... .s the ib tiwplry. tttati cum ADYER_ HIM takes It Richard PehsJt for ft! per month ha .been ix? fIfled v .(

the UWvwally. Ole ere **edto boon MHMt.i4. MMA s c'i- *..*.tar.d IMnr.Attwjtlv ad. ha sit. wells .MK. > i tor ; ".

M4s Ruth Cat*** Reed. d.5 .'.. .> tribuUon be wads to achoel s Ids rote I \
MM ha made lee henNa meet at S Tuaaday *A*- lit S ..... ..... Mm baa .1
sit -tTPt **
: Carroll E. ,Sweet, both o< Home- KM rd. for the put eight slog in kosu *** wan tee buying .esSeeees. for (*>. ban*.
___ __uuhu Exterior finished with cpresiWMrtlng Seal tied brMln.a PIICII1 F.
lead, were united ta mania*. by month She received her ducaUoa ( ; \\Mar.... wMi k4Mtttta gates .II II....... '. .-
I Judge A M. McOrew M lMSun. I la the HanderiMvlUe end I !MRS MOORE MRS. EGGERS HONORED( f THANKS Hmfaal. togaesdwu taken. now- *. Show by >pplBla> >1 r : '
Dais M. C. Id-".. awl recently CARDS OF tufted shank.. oats. dye. eecHI Phase '
n HI N. KMkMlbedroom BCD ROOM ROME.
day afternoon In Folkston, O*. I took a bMtna OMIT at Miami WITII BRIDGE PARTY AT DONE HOME wMIh weak bog ....... Phone 1 1- or dill. ) I from Corner V
en. ( OIl block .,
\ Attendant were Mr. end Mm.Walter .
Technical Hi School.A TH-4. ( )) .
V* wish to thank all our friend iifalMT eat iilrvlv. fiitlslietf.gtrage. ) .
t, Holland ot Homestead. ,I BOO of Mea Laura. Sweet rf I Mr*.. T. A- Moore and Mrs Walter tloned, were Mr*. Joe M. Dalton,, red inmtxn W the V. F. W. and OU* Co.-
giberdine Muskegon, Mfcth. Mr. Sweat Egger shared honor No*. II Mrs., L. L. Head! Mrs. John W. the American Lvgtao far their all purpose We do deg Met 01 large kit screened perch, only. .-

and of whit :erred 11the Army Transport I.t a bridge party given by>> Mr*. DeMUly, Mr, *. B. J. Marten*. Mrt Undn ea at tilt funeral of our glaring. III N. Krom Phone ITIBKAUTtFUL fireplace garage, FHA lIMn..... "
it eoraag carnation Command three wd a half yeah OvId Sullivan. Mr Robert P. Bruce n Neublg, Mr*. 'Thos. D., OB, Sgt Harde Mill (lilt) About U.OOO down balance laketoot Filling Station Laaa and STOCK h
Her matron Mid white*.f honor wore a black ;during which !<. was Stationed at 'Crow and Mr. R R. Kinard at Royal Mr L. Wainwrlgbt Ernst. >>a. and MRS. A. U MIWSAND Kxclulv with Ceo Jordan M INVENTORY plus It, gad + .
suit accessories.
1 Homestead Army Air Field for the home ot Mrs, I. H. DOM. Mr*. Mn. Wm. R. iMuubury. Mrt \ FAMILY. ORCHIDS available rgUterd broker. Ph. TWJ. location 'f .-
The bride and bridegroom returned -'four month In mi and later T. A. Moor U noting t* MUml Landon Carney, Mrs E. L. Evan I at all time Homestead. Flora (43.18)) '

here Monday morning to' served M taTf sergeant with a and M.... Bigger arrived recently: Mrs Elcaard" H. ttonovan, Mr Th World KelM Commutes otFtnt and CUt Shop, It* V -W. 4th at. 10 ACRES on nice comet Just oft

make their home In the C. V.I ferry crew based in Brad). North ta spcnrt the winter her Walter Weiss, Mra. Allen Neal, BaptM Ckurch of Home- cor. 3nd ave. (*SU;) 100 ft. frontage with. 3-bedreon US No I, bat S acres large Avo- .
Barnes apartment) on N. W. Tint I Africa: Attention island and other Mr Stanley Wlttkop Mr Douglas cadoi. IH Acre Umet and 12HAcre ) "
mod for
I Autumn nova were dad wbhat to thank cacti one housa rental lor .n noaM till
at. j' point He 1 II employed at CONCRETE BLOCKS! alt dm
I now Tower, Mrs J. B. Fathent pin with HOMESITE.
decoration and far corsage who contributor clothing m.Mh-te weMh baSIL CteM Uk
Tb bride. .
I daughter<< of Mr. Curl Servir Button N. Bruce'i Block Co. Narsnja. Hi '
and Mr. ADen Reed .I on FUg- presented to th* honor guest A and Mr Vernon W. Turner. 1 money for medicine and candy lath .* .......... WflOQ.Hsv 1SSOO.OO.. :
t of Men. ler av*. Phone m. QU-tt:) I .1
farewell gift was presented t* recent campaign for World '
Mrs.. Moore. ernler P. T. A.Wednesday Relief. We a* that each: donor T3 ACRES good glad land wee purcKawr for horn itPrinceton RICHARD rucnsft ':

: MRS EDWIN LAWRENCE COMPLIMENTED Apple pie, nuts, mint and coffee horsing Mrs ilein& > accept our alncer thank for hit I el Florida City only I1SOO.W and or OouUt It locatlo: ft' lste<*4 Broker
15 I price ar* right I
WITH BRIDAL SHOWER AT MUSICAL TEAf were aawed.Present t Ida, Principal W. E. Riot of Redt respona and co-operation. Richard. Fucht, Registered Broken H. Male SalcawaaPh. .
beside those men- land school, and Mr W. a.Tunnor MRS B. W. 61TVE1tSONMRI.11 I-A bearing gross. l,5oa. .M or NeW PA Doe $lMISCBLLANKUUS
of the Redland P. .. X J. DAVIS M acres pin land suitable totvoeado
Mrs Edwin Lawrence, the former ford Mr*. S. F. Matthew, Mn. MRS nEINIXIN SPEAKER attended the meeting of the Dade MRS ), J. GARRETT *. Ph. ..l>. .8... (d1)) 10 acre grove with hours 120.000.U .:

MU Mary Ellen Dearlng J. r. Poker, Mrs H. L. Brown FOR TAVEBJnER P. T. A.Mr I County Council In Citrus Cro,...' Committee.Cemetery For aale-Lot I In Uilon Perk cash J and S year mortgajt
honored at Mrr.: Wayne Lawrence Mrs. A. School In Miami Tb spiritual al 1% Intorest This i is M unusually -
f" wa a miscellaneous .*. Herman Reinleln, sixthvicepresident Leader-Enterprise.. rttooe.If\ A
W. Hutchlnton, Mra. David C. Florida Congress status of the family' wa the theme ] good buy
rhower and muilcal tea Saturdayafternoon of the TIT.
& Mausoleum) Crow mowing Leon Rilllard Ph.
William, Mn, / E.: Jenkins, Mn. _
and Teachers.was of the presented 111
of Parents program I/-.m .bearing Una
by the choir cf First grow e* 'n-M-4. (nl9d10)WR
A. S. Moye. Mr. Dan WUllanu .
guest pesker at the annual Protestant! Jewish and Catholic I ant II acre .a Bauer aad tmore >: comer of two prominent Tats
Methodist Church of which she Is Mn. J. L. Ballard Mrs H. Evan- Park"
'tea Wednesday evening of Tav- religious leader. Woodttwn CemeteryJM9 IMves Beer RedlaM
.I., a member. The party was held off, Mr*. I, A. Daugherty, Mr. J. r! ( 8. W. ell St.lEoml R.*4. IM to sow per anus Vrrieasy )' $7,506.0acre DO retltbl watch repairing.

at the home of Mn J n Redd A. Euluu, Mr. ),f. C Lawrence. Phone i-lVA terma. John M. Basin "_. & :. |rov* and die !home t la Wood Jewelry McCrory: Ar r

r. where white chrysanthemum and Mrt. Harold C Lumpkln Mn. A wide selection tiC cemetery lots ate," FU. Rk I, Box ItS. xehang lot home and..othei. aide, (ami) .I
h Christmas vine were used In the Cha Robertaan, Mn. II:. A. Buchanan at nwderat prlcei avaIlable from nll-ft) real vital. ta MontesU4.... *
decoration Mr Kermit Cibba Mr large untold cemetery\ acreage Grove. mowing $1.1S an acr*. Carl

To piano accompaniment playedby W, E.: McLendon, Mr. A. Frank Community mausoleum cf 1,714 New CBS home,knotty pin williVenetian 10 acre: grow Isa4 ll.MO Cndlkh, Rt U Box '0, Homestead .I

r' Mrs Whitney W. Beam Mrs.. Webb. Mr. Olin Wright, Mr. F. EleclromasterFinest erypti and nlctie blinds, wood-burnlm If acre wen-located glad ama (old Letcbworth place

C. t. Chipley Bang "At Dawning", A. Ruff, Mrs J. A. McNeil. Mn.. fireplace, I bedrooms, play room. $22 saes.Nice King b,.) (pdJl)
(dh 'Because': "Luxembourg Gard- Ceo. Eitell, Mill Mary McNeil!,'. laundry room with tuba,, large lot( per
other selection. "To a Wild MU Either Livingston and Mia Name la Electric Cooking FOR Price ....50. with term PhonT8JJ >> < avocado grove with (oo< If TOO HAVE anything to sell

rand." and "Green Cathedral" I Antoinette May. Echo Jordan, II... Broker ham* iU. Of U you need njtWn visit
$ lung by Miss Marian Anders Girt. were sent byl Mrs Carper Since 1929 rent+Bedroom Suitable for (01l- 3) the Swap Shop. W.u, mat

,W. Miss Nancy Crsddock. Mln Williams, Mrs Fred J. Fuch. two. Mr.*. Eva Collins, Federal Around 1,000 acres (farm land eta stare: Ia good condition, dews

(* Jeanle Foster. Miss Mary. Lour Jr., Mrs D. O. Wolfenbarger Mn. Highway at Biscayne dr. (dltf) New CBS !MOUM, SI N. W. nth| tt be seen by appointment only lei hoses, *4c, Th Swap Shop l-

r Mussel white. Miss Joyce Walker, John W. Whichard, Mrs J B. -off Krom *v.. Two bedroom Reasonable price, lessonabli S. FUfler Av, Honetead POOMIN.
; Miss Betty Jo Jenkins and Mist Sharp, Mn. J. L. Burton, Mr ( a For rent: S-room apt N. W. thIt all tile bath, tile kitchen porch\ ., term. J2"'W ., Martha Lee Davis. Mr*. Redd was :Carl Anderson, Mn. Wm. Naelejr.Mn. hZ at lib av*. (d3)) eypren cathedral living roam ll-room apt. hour, 120,000. Oa1)4x112

'_- accompanist : Gees Smith Mrs Chas. H. $4SbO cash, $40 per month on ft lot fronting on
Individual miniature wedding':Otla, Mrs. A. M. Lo,...* tin 1-room apartment, Mr Maud E.!I balanc; Dr, C. F. Robinson ph Inent rd. Can be aeen by ppotnt.prom NEW ROOFS AND t

cake, salted null and fruit punch i'Robert Glenn Mrs.. H. H. Pierce, Chandler, Rt t. Box ell SOverPrim M7-W. (aStf]) meat. only ROOF REPAIRS .
,.I were served. Mrs.. C? D. Baker. Mn. J. W. dr. Ph. "" -1-1. .. ;

t Present, beside this mentioned ,English,Mn. E S. Caplinger, Mn. 1 Furnished frame HOME on ONE:I three business tltei In downtown Roll roofing, gravel, shtnglet !

.," were: Mr H. O. Thurman ;V. F. Booth Mrs. C M. Redd, Mn. Apt and sleeping roam Hot and ACRE near Home. .d. TOTAL Homestead.BenJ. < Ul* lad metal roof Installed. ,

k' Mrs J Q. Wynn Mr. Wm. Muse A. R Meybem, Mrs Gerald cold water. Mrs.. Ada Robert, PRICE ONLY $SeoO, H rash, Guaranteed workmanship by U
K-: selwhlte Mrs. E.: L. Lawrence Powell Mn. Lewis Tate, Mrs. H 12th K Florid; City lfion.1374. balance $S5 per mo. Ph. 768-J, Warren Morris ceased and Insured roofers '
r/, Mrs Lull Free, Mrs.. Anna D, O. Barber Mis Hope Runnels, (nittf) Echo Jordan Reg. Broker tit & Krom Av*. Phone 111) nEB ESTIMATT3. I

Ij\! Carter, Mrs. Martin Frame, Mrs. 'Mil Fay' Pierce and Mia Dolly I (ol2-dS)I. P.O. Box 461 Homestead, FU.NOTHJI \ I

Ii O. L. Sho....alter, Mn. Ceo. Led.f BarnetU. Small cottage( eulUble for couple Phone 257 ..1 1
M Furnished or Mofuraiahad. Pb PfCTmMIl KAMI '

581-W. (sITtf) w...... h let,.LAW 11 lan tIM Its ...** nOMESTKAD FLA.
MRS.\ HEINLEIN APPOINTED ASSISTANT sae/. ..... -, ode' ita cm,.,. j
If I cement mixer Cal owe' pun. .e dbr.l s'" ma..w, la N. ar Guaranty Roofing (,b.
New hslf'bag
tin sea rraw.d: Pw. MW "
DIRECTOR I Doug at 14T. 1M N. W. 6th ... ..dt..aid. Mn 1h.. ...... wi ....
(slOtf) T"PF'! uvua iwM vi .... C'w.e. earl.. Floor Sandlot Mid fIta..h1.. ...

,! Herman JMnleln was appointed eommltte at the meeting add In Ovenye: ANOV" aed ALMIaa acHULtsIN. I Asphalt and rubber tile. n- I

< assistant director of District Cason Memorial Methodist Church BaBOTet BajMtk Model Unlt1'e "Jerry" Mower, Call Doug ai ... ILA L la saw 117-W. (mchBU)

Six of the Florida Federationof Other members of the local club .rigs U wa bhllraN Speedomaster Surface 147. Ul N. W ell at t stilt) Immediate Service WIlT" or .It'11NI 10.1 uTNOTIr :
d Garden Club at the district la attendance were Mn.. O. W. lr'... in ALEX LANtER to wUdrilling. )
meeting held Tuesday In Delray Calkin, Mn. Herbst Rats Mrs Uy tally asbraalia, Warming Oven I new half-bsg cement mlxertPh. I la'ala.V. uitgu' Corner JtI'OlM..*.
\loot ea.
Beach The appointment... mad Francis B. Lincoln. Mrs. E. H.Ksnnan l-way Automatic Control' 14T, Tower-Crow. (mJttt) Reasonable Prices ..... OrM"Ma. 1.Idw e.ra..5 and NF. 10th at Phon IJI-W.

by Mr*. Eugene Smith of Fort and Mr... E.: W. Burton. 'I aoco.-..wi... 11 hates_. u..1.. _mid .1brNfraa...... NM. WE MAKE photonaUO COP..... r t i ittrpgltrarotoah0P

Lauden4as.+drtMe.4dt'eetoe.r JAMEVBTRO s trs 339" Minute Mailer Timer FOR SALE suds :r.wi talc. A. .1.. IL '(mU" -
of ..ulDY" Quality Workmanship amid ( a. .1n.. W
Mrs Hetnleln.; president a Roller-bearing Drawer .ads "Mlmb. le :'. dead M ..i,'
South Dade Garden Club, served CENTER TOCTII CLUB M -...._ .11. .Me. MM' VTW EMPLOYMENT OPTICS
the resolution! James Byrd baa been elected Accepting orders for turkeys see c.o,,_ _.._ IIIe ,.4....... for member and nupltyer
a* chairman of Fuchl Phone 525-W. Ia ... "-
=Vr: -.1.11M .
president of the Teen-age Club at OVERHAUL M Meh Service free Ovid Sulllvwt, wnploymant
I Radiated Farm Labor Supply Cen (pd7)! ENGINE t'. 811r. U. "tp Revel. officer N. Kroni and
MAKCIA CLAIRE LCMPKIN o 1'urP nut.1C.a.", u..,, !'lot ....
GIVEN BIITHDAV PARTY tar Kenneth Mendhelm "wa' mad Dodd Radio & Appliance BRAKE BEBVICX .. ..... et, :, d Ylnd, .. Ill it Phon lisa

third anniversaryot I vice-president; Mrs. Elsie Mae 4- lece bedroom set,, 1 Ice box, J I n'i.InM jI, deIew: t. ....m'.
The birthday Orr, secretary: end Joe Provence bathlnettei and 1 luggage car MOTOR Tt'KE-VP TM at .14 ernew .....
Marcia Clulr. Lumpkin wasmarked w wl1. WANTEDWNtiedCIMn
treasurer. .weeteb haa sew I. w
at the tJ N. DOa )XVE.!: PHONE III tier (pd3 0 wi U.La.a.
Nov. 23 by a party
I Thirty-three number of the Ian al a. 'teIsa
home of her parent, Mr. and Mn. FRONT END ALIGNMENT ,. ..I --r- .:
I group held a party Nov. II In For ale' : 42 Willy Amerlraf, active wonnn for
H. C. Lumpkln. Homestead city park. At the clean, good condition )S4S. M.... PAINTING o M4w1. ,: ':I aad I' it., eb.cow .5 a 1 kitchen work. Good hours The

Decorations were In the autumn meeting en Tuesday evening In ",,,,"u,,,..,,....,,,,,""",,,.,,,... ,...,,,..,"' ''''",.."' ",,, ''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''""' '' 111"1" A. M. Cain ph.2.R-2., (d3-17)) 0 1'Iwaa M.* sew Tto MBlMnf MwmwulMvrtr .: I I twNemb 5 sew I. Country Kitchen, U. 8. No 1 between t
gift were
\ and the birthday
motif the Assembly hall plan .
camp: aide to MU
BODY AND PURSE wnlrlMteUt Princeton ind Gould, op-
presented In a pumpkin bisket II'were made by the group for a l(3t Studebaker Commander In eau 1ft IIuI __ wi U.1.on,
Myrs Gael FITZPATRICK REPAIR laim,. u. .*."*, awohlr. patlto Fin Tower.' (pdi
Small gueit were community Christmas party. ANNIE MAYHEW excellent condition P h o n t Cr Ink of OMWiirt' OKII*. Plil lUot.
,:' Orennell.Alice,,Connie and Thomas I In.a-I before It e. m. Mr Wai- e I. I'M "o.t. MM Oil. .T MlMl
Kirby Susan Ledford. Diane BIGGERS FAMILY HOLDS ttedland Road between Avocado' and Biscayne: Drive ter Friend. (d3):! SEAT COVERSVFHOLRTERINO Owes-..b.M,, rf. Ot1l sub.',k. ....t N nrU.. tSMtA. >. .. Notes vises"' ricrmot NAsa

Thompson, Marie Trent Brenda .THANKSGIVING DINNER 41 tl..w a.u M IIIi4 py aide Nam we icea aLa.w.aa. .
Sullivan Elaine W r" .er1.$ .mind a. Ie Wa. .J'.. air ..:. W rlwltMuaa.a
DeWnger Athene I. A family dinner wa held oa 14-4t National pressure canner .., wi .,.._. 01 II:. r. Unnk wU erne, N. W,
and Billy Lumpkln Ronald Smith. Thanksgiving Day at the home of Pianoforte and Theory $19: youth bed, mattres M; C 11_'" .... _..... .......lie w Mi *t_ HMMMM4. Kta, town I* nehHW
Tommy Davis and 1 VNDIaCOArINQPORCELAINIZlNQ ... HM aslit Uw .tark .5 IkeCmmtr
Butch doubt bed springs practically new II.Ile
Tommy aesoh.aMMi. w
Mr. M. M Biggen at IllS. W. J.e -n Cc.m 01 110. n<>H +' Butch and Skipper Down Judy ,I Second ave.Present 'Violin Xylopbon rUno-Aeoordloa "matutai. $19; Kenmor washing o a. D. r.' <,(laWN, ,

i.f McGlnnls lent a IIR.t Ceo.Estell I were Mr. and Mrs. BenL. machine,.$19; brooder $.. Phone2911..J. o D. .lets 114. Os lest b III'oar.' ( a. t I' OWDfT.DM. it, I... mi) ';.
Adults present were Mr (pd3) a avuunitNiiAM.
Bluer of Jacksonville Beast, ,
p Mrs. Earl Byrd Mrs. J, W. ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, LUBRICATION %.1 ClrMII CMM.ItaM .1 .,
Mr. and Mr. E. R. BUgers, Mr. " ,unnuII,, ,, ,,unI,,,,,Iuuud' mnnhuucaulnuunuuuuunuuununumm'' '',, ''' nWnnuumwIJ lii """"to. rUHMOhnk
Sanfard Mr. D. H. lllnger, Jr., 1 111111111 5de lux Gibson refrigerator, 0GENERAL Itf0t CI, I r
V and Mr C. R. Bigger, Mr and SlV n
Smith Mrt. V. M. 6 month old. Original prix
Mr*. Hubert : Mr*. C. V. Bsrnes Mr. and Mn. (o-t ,*, H, ...' '1. u'I,1)
Orennell. Jr., Mrs Edw Kirby and I (17, like $150. Set at Bird Chevrolet o .
Mrs Duke
W. P. Radford Mr. and
(pdJ) ItOnCi or APPU'AflOII roa TAX Vann Electrk
\ Mrs Ray ,
1 Wagner, Mr.. Clara Shepherd. l BUMPER SERVICE earn10Tree1
Mn. Ann Couch Mrs M, A. ,". ..." ,
it DECELMAN. THREE. Pepperidje Farm Bread at The o t. IIIIU"S' GIVIt1f 11oo1
JIMMY I Brother and Wlllird flames ".... 0. Mead. Inlilil'' M MMM ., .
j f .AlI'Any ON BIHTHDAY St.f"lt Country Kitchen. U. S. No. 1 Knrtl..w ONI.... IMMrM TH Owtlftato andService
i Jimmy Degelman observed him btw"a Princeton and Gould), PAT A* YOU DRIVE.WRECKER ......... IM. d ,... Mil, .. I
d r-n A. D. IM4 kM rim. MM CtrUtaM -
third birthday Wednesday afternoon apposite FIN Tower (pc13)Hatwlm.c e r Kf ("..., aid kM IWWIm :
I' be entertained 30 : gtlYICE: ....- .n *..4 b Mw ehweaM Station 1 t:
f 1 r when South Miami 'I !* Christmas gift 0 .wdaw wait .... .... Qe' .. t
mall friend at an outdoor partyt I - w tlwtz ..-h. ..Inudh .
i:, borne ot his parent, Mr. TELEPHONE N. ITS aluminum. trays, aprons, towel, ... ..". .-. _.
the DAILYi 9 and I P. K pillow tllpa picture, sequin Iw I a L Stint '1. Canl ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
John C Degelman. TWO BHOWi .
and Mr Bird / rte ale e. Pia Ida '
decoratr:*!* were In the 8ATCRDAY and SUNDAY **.Unvow 1115 tLAdmteloai I jewelry, etc. De Lets Witten- Chevrolet Co. seared :: . o..v: at.b ./ AND REPAIRSOraaa
' Table motif with arrangements TheatreS Adaltst Night' 4e; Matinee taw S *. as.), ... w,.,... Ph. ,44-/-.. (dJ-17))
Christmas and white hibiscus: ChUdraBt oader. tea %tin t* hrelv lie ft** I *I.4U. 117 N. KraaM A** ...'in.O.mnam ais.rin e.aM. d w rN :":C".w:
of red ------ bulb mixed col'on. e..t. Seau 0.-lift. ... ...WIS. GaseIIM 011
Large glsdloll : '-
and Florida holly. Week of Writ tight eaR Ilateatead,1'a. _, a..der r ... Iat 4eooI
Games were. directed< by GeorIIIn. ,- Dials By. Last Times Today: "SILVER RIVER"ATHROAY $2M per 100. Ph. 44J-J.1 PbMM II sad Wash Jobs
4M-R-. (n2 -dJ) th I.5.
Itolden and Kathleen Cam- ... .:. seta M, lUmMf, A. p.
( Dee. 4-O.s U Feature PrefrsaGEORGE Years .*I- t
.-on. BetiUi MUmL ....* l-tlll SHATWE Electric: Hotpolnt stove, S3I concrete 22 With B. a uumnuiAW.CM .. X. KROME A Cad IT.PHONI .
refreshment course. also In !'BORES BRENDA JOVCE. ROBERT rf CIPMH O. $. 1
The Saturday continuous 1 to 11 lit j
Included Ice p.m. SHAGGY In, stepping stones 10 kalfUock ChevroletBUDDED ... PieMahw '
!the holiday motile Sunday continuous J to 11 p.m.. "SIIAGGYi'. *. Mr*. John chafer BoJNf >: w a. artitVirn, D U .:
cream. Individual Monday thru Friday show Ph. 4UI. nU-dll (OMiMt '
PerrtaM, ( )
R ,t. K ?. IM,
and white bket **- Ian fc {
and candy in .t 7 uWSpTBVELTRI. (Mad In Clftecolor) ,,
*. (She braved the very )Jaw of death to bring a bojr *n< bll eke 0 -_ _ -- = ..... - fGlDuLeELBCTBiC
Dee S-I together)J f ,-

Mr. and Mr Chi 01 Martin ROBERT PRESTON, In (Red Ryder I* back again with new story for you with the
entertained at a family\ dinner on "lUg City"IATvaDAY help of littl Beaver) Ben Electric ALES AND SERVICE
thanksgiving Day at their horn :

N.the W. host Eighth! and it hostess Prsept...besides ...* MONTE HALE,, Dee.PAMELA 4: I WILLIAM SUNDAY POWEUU and MOmtAY, ELLA, Dee RAINS.-.toTHE CITRUS Radio md Appliance Repairs 4


M )fn. Roy Martin Linda and Mr.oeugh-and Son of God'- Country" I (What this country need la a good long loud laugh and hen It R) MANGOS4kasnewlaM.f CONTRACTOR

ten., Sandra and Mr. and Also BRENDA JOYCE ROD?. Added: "Chsrlle 8,lva* sad OrrheMn,1* Mewlcalttkeg aid Ilehappy. )
Mrs.. W. C Campbell. SHAVNE 4n i .- Mask! .hart) Path New' *. ForSerrlee.r an ktod .
Mrs: A. D. fogte Jr. and tough- m ;
ten Jean and June Charles Martin "Sham" TUESDAY.. WEDNESDAY .... 1-t flWEWTRIC'; .

Jr and Robert Barnett. of (Color) BETTS DAVIS, JAMS PACE, JAMES DAVIS a* CALKINS' .

Chicago _SI1N.-MON. Des_-. : (A story glorious"WINTER,with the lore MEETING-of two who eared deeply and Repairs Sunny Grove N. Itirome Aft. at First St. Pltt.Z'288.W

nCTOUtS AND STOOD FONTAINE la I Added "Lyta MM**.' Carte**; "...., Heater." Ja.i.. tMLTHUSUDAY 1 BO. Wed .l ......* Ctty& .

Felt pictures and footstool wr "Emperor'- Waltf we ZMla'reai111 hisses J'IIOQ PIIWArlhrIIIs"'Pain ,, '.,,111111u,1111111thfl3,
and l a1DAT. DM tMDeCAHLO.
Dome nad* by Demonstration mcmben of Club Prtocrton Tveaf (Color)_ ntmn DAN DURYEA. JtfTERT: LYNN 1st red Air WMt Etsddw 111... L '


,i ? t .wfard.. Pnscnt wr* Mr*. D.T MERLE OBERON., BOBT. (Mad In Technicolor ''

Mr Paul Ray, RYAN .bl wild adventure In a land beyondthe I
K Thompaon<< (Smoking gun, burning ltd
Mr Martin, ),f..*. C J. Turner.I "Berlin Eiprcsa" law : p. e- r -u.teasM W Asphalt and Rubber Tile
\ > Vrs .Valeria Barton, Mr J. E.: Added Jlttenonb*,* Mat**! Bherti 'JivntlW JtsO/" VaJrirsalbert
l;, Campbell. Mrs D. A. Mullln, Mrs.' THVRS..FRL. Dee. I'll ::" Paraaweait New :442j: S'r; ,;.; Inlaid Linoleum Broadfclt and Carpet

+''II W.'I. Gantler Mrs. Edw, Nelll, PAT O'BRIEN. MYRNA DELL In c.-.. Beady ai M..4i. Dea. U-lli TB. lie YMT*." with wit who sea.44 dear.-.r"ImW.5a. ill N. W. tad Ave (O**aaIIe.... lined. Phase Mt'J'
11 : eae...... so-.-..... ....-
and Mrs Roy
Mr Cordon NeOl < *" .
.E. W. Wlttenwyter. .
is ei


H.:. \. .:. .,. ,.::::..,\\t W.ui ." ,, ':fk.I e "...... iyw ,_ JM.-; _-- :..... :'>f'10.14 .. t !.4'.Z.vcr..vw !'''''.

..' ''''''",, ,.,... -.. .. ;---"Zfiii'r.::: < ." .. .. . ,.
; "
"" " : .... .., "''''''' filii- r"T'1t''T'' """ , --_-. -, ._. ,

r l;

NWt> Dilillt THB_LZIlD11ER. IIftBRPIU8E FrIday December 8, IWB

Mr. a4 Mrs BaJattoonvtU > MYms ..! Hr. MM Mr*. c:. I nnl/ y w- Kali paajhn* Mow returned''Martin of Caches, lad., and their ner (ueita of Mr*, rtaher'i grand. -' Cherry of Miami was a gueat.*1 >

Baachhav* .aria Tlogem t* t* t* OrMeweed. a C unay) .. Tararee after spending daughter who arrived by automobile mother ..,... Elisabeth Broqlu of day at the Brooki home and ..... I
rUnc at Uw borne of ttr. .....' ft* I***.*** to Mlle back. Mr, the Thanksgiving' holiday her to speed two week !here Florida Cit> with whom they I Robert Round tree wa a gKat
In and Around ...... .... M. M. ripen. m. CMlji* MNMa, .... aid Ml*. T,, with kr .erenta, Mr. and Mr pent the .....,k oend. Mn AnaeJ Saturday
wits older .**...*. kara., aodBundaj w S. Oifcrif. tree. teal cape thatrhNM W. H. few. Mrs Katharine ruber of Miami
prey were. Welt at Kr ii the
garage apartment atCM I end children Penny Billy and
end Mrs W. A. Adams. of rfart.** re toy henna MI N. W. 1MbH ..,.. dan: Mead arrived. ...... torn, were TbaBkaglvtni Day din
Ott,. Mr. and Mr*. KMrdaifVtef Watte away, Mr. awl Mr., Nfcy
Homestead fIN Barbara. I II employed CMfley will make a brief visit In, the wteter flaw Laaatnc.her. Mieav, to peed eHNN11141111/e11N................

now In CMoHo. Mr. and Mrs 0III mbI.. )& C. Mr. Cnlpleyt, MMtl AkClfca IIIQTR .
'BtMen plan. to remain here until former born.
r Dee e to observe the afchtyevenlh HIM.. Sylvia. Barn** underweottonaiMectomr HOSPITAL NEWS

U -CnvJr. Wm. A. Arthur baa James B Hardy. HI one-month, Urlhdajr annlvartary of Mite Barbara Jean Smith and Archer a Smith Saturday at Jama IIIHII HNNIHIIII...............
returned to. Guantanamo Cuba,, old most of S-SgL and Mr*. Jame*I Mr .... M. Bluer MUa<< Minnie Dell Woodscm, eta Mr. and. Mn Francis. Navillo t a
after a. two-dey visit hen laat B. Hardy, 1 ., ot Tucson, Aril., dent It John B. Stetaon Unlver. of Florid City are parent of a'
week with ills. pareoU, Mr. tndMr : underwent : major abdominal Jam** Brown who h*> cnmpleled city, spent the Thanksgiving boll. Mr., and Mrs Walter Eggers.' daughter bas Nov. M to June
former reildpnU here have
A. r. Arthur, Comdr Arthur operation Monday morning In 81.Mar" t. (not training at the USN days her with their parent, Mr from arrived Archer Smith Ho ital.Surgery .
Teta to the
I II ataUoned with the fleet training Hospital In Tucwn. In a Training Center In San. Dirge and Mr*. A. D. Smith and>fr. and winter In at spend the O patient this week wen
Croup at the OuanUnamo Naval telephone eonverwllon Monday Cat., will spend a leave her with Mr W. W. Wood**. Mr.' and Shin' COltal'-Homestead N. Krom a Donald Ante of Homestead and
DaM evening, Sft Hardy told his parent . hi* parent, Mr. and Mr. H. L. MI* Woodon took the girl Mr I n of ave. Mia Barbara Mercer and James
Lasers 11th. mother
.*, Mr. and Mr J. a Hardy of Brown. Th* tailor who an eom- beck to DeLand Sunday afternoon Brown of Florida City
Ovid Sullivan.t
Ma]. Ors. Clenn who I III sta r Homestead* baby cam log to Florida on leave will be f- Medical patient. Included Mr..
Honed with (the U, S. Air Force through the operation well The brought to Marianne bjr a Special Lavon Stanley of Homestead, Miss
la Tokyo Japan, spent 'Thanksf junior Mrs Hardy, the former navy bin, )fl": and Mr. U P. Kendrick and< and Mr*. T. A. Moore and Mary Catherine Clausey and Ed- if That the sort of medical car bas duel, noon e 't
Ing Day with bit parent Mr. and Mia Hilda Hallow of Manche- grandson, David Kuhn,' Mr. and daughter Judy and Sharon plan nand Holland of Princeton and can deny. Bui the rise hi not been out of '

Mrs. ftobe ,Ol.nn. II. was *e. ter,, England mad her horn herewith Mr. and M.... N. C. Rhlnehart Mr N. C. and ton to move_.... thin weekend...._ Miami_ Th *. J. Penny of Perrine. .
eompinled her by S-Sgt Hagger, Sgt Hardy' parent while and ton, EarL left Tuesday for Carl., and Mrs M. P. WoUiqvvla.lied ;tA '.h.I. :"' ; u. ;'" of At;the :;' ::; : ';;' : ,
radlomaa, and S-Sgt. Underbrlnk, he was stationed\ overaea their home In Houston, Ttx., after, Tuesday la Jupiter at the residence oh N. W. Hth it hai -- living. time th* quality of medical + J
members if hi* crew who flew a visit her with Mrs Rhlnehart home1 of Mr. and Mr*. Henry been bought by the Woman' Club senior has been Immeasurably Improved 11 : i
of Homestead for use a* a club- - . . - i
parent Mr. and Mr L. DuBois
P. Ken-
Ga. !: Whitehead from .
no Japan Mr. and Mr II L. Brandenburg Consider that today y6ur physician hat f in-
.. the United States\ on officialbutln have moved Into their. new drlck. Mn. Rhlnehart I B -tht for houae. HARRY MARKOWITZ\ veiled from .
men Mill Dorothy Kuhn. B. C Murphy left for eighty tea year and about tea ,J
***. home on N W. Tint eve between10th Sunday
and llth streets, Th Brandenburg Ocala when he expect* 'to vlsll Mrs. L. Wainwright Emit ha thousand dollar in M)*education alone H* bi DO chine

Mr. *nd) Mr*. Albert W. Janu.' residence on Longview Quest of Mr. and Mr. H. C until early next year with hit returned home after visiting In Plumbing to earn until )ji* i i. rwenq-aix or twenty-ieven yein old

/7. J(, ire announcing the birth rd. I 11 occupied; by )fl''. and Mr..*. bumpkin. on Thanksgiving: flaywen on-ln-law and daughter Mr. and Springfield and Chicago 111, and e Bath Tab. and Teilela lie mutt have an office/ in a good neighborhood goodequipment
Mr. and Mrs.. In Anniston Ala. with her ,
Carl Bill Newnan Mr* Morrl<< Gary Mr. Gary came on- .
,mnc OI1Ikl.V.U'*. o( ,t Jamie four-pound Eileen-Ji.l inJarWJArcher Garner and daughter Barbara Louise. and here to drive .to Oscala with Mr. ln-law and daughter' Mr and Mr*. Kitchen Basks Sink and Weak a car! good clothes >iPharmacy .'.

daughter Smith HoaplUtifffjAnitaJy Senator M. Kinney and bin Mn. }.181 'Claky, alt of Miami Murphy who is i recuperating after Pierre McDanlel Water Healer and ramps too, hn stepped up fti itandsrdi. Almost ,::1' '1

'U the former Mia' kinney of Bt Louli *re pending Mr., and Mr*. Chaa. Robertson and an "tuner. . Water ripe. Gaper *r every state now require four years of college and i year 4 4or 4'
on Charles Emory, and Mr. and Mr. and Mn. Roy E WlUenyler :
Mr. two week -
Kffj.'jt CJ01. daughter" of In Princeton" with their Galvanized
|fjCy,dose of llomestead. nn-ln-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Edwin Lawrence Mr, Gorky New Homeitead ...resident satMr of Gould and children Soil ripe and Dralnaf rip two of practice before registration. All this add up toi 1'1 1
Mn. R. J. Nulan. They accom- I. Mr*. Lumpkin' Inter, and Mn and Mr. Clyde Thomas and Anita and Leslie spent Thanksgiving better medical aervic for you.' ,
"t'TjAt'R,v; and-MI'*. Frank U panted Mrs, Nolan upon her return Robertson and ) '. Lawrence are Children, Betty and Clyde, 11'.. : Pay In Shiert t aa guests of . J I
her daughters.Guests wno moved from Live oK to the Rev and Mr W. E. Rowel 1. COLORED '
tJj'ird) 'nnounclng the edopflop' home Monday night after a faster< AIR CONDITIONED ..:
:(.* 'l tnonlhld daughter wf't'k'Vlllt In St. Loul make their home at 30 s. W Sect Until recently, Mr. Rowell wad PLUMBING nXTtEES: 4
CbeY/lfn'/ JftUth, whom they call on. Thanksgiving Day n and ave Mr. Thorn I II employed _'or of Silver Palm Method
Mr and M... J. R. Byrum were b>y I local contractor. ehul"t' Glades Prescription Shop i}
Cherry, wr.. and Mn. Every have Mr J. H Brooke has gone' toLaurlnhurg } When In Miami Beach visit our
t tetci .yter-otd son, Audley.Mt. : N. C, to be with her Mis Catherine Glossy of St. LouU ; : Showroom at 1220 Washington
,. faiher,1.. O Neil who 1* III, and and Mini Carol Cordon of Prince- Mil Mary Catharine; ; Glomy of Mrs Dell Morgan ha returned Avenue 68-4S11 HOWARD JOHNSON Fh. 0. : .
find" Mre.;: : Felton Brannen Mr Brooka I II at Hut Spring, Ark x>n. Guest Friday at the Byrvia St Louis who la spending thewinter .rt r pending a month In Paho- 12 North Krome Ave. Phone 64 '

bf Jt((rfptu; C*., ar* nnnunrlng the During their absence. Mr*, Mary home were Mr* R. E. Shepherd J Princeton, underwent an kit with her eon and daughter- Oa V. S. Highway Ne t CLOSED MONDAYS BUT IN EMERGENCY PHONE: 117
Mr*. Henry Orr Mn Jonathan{appendectomy Sunday at James n-law, Mr. and Mr*. A,. E Morgan
birf\i\! bat Nov. T of an eightpoundKxVtetTr Faust of South Miami I II slaying *( Ntar LeJeuiio Road .
Data Mr. Brannen I II .t the Biocki home with their son, Davl and R. E. Shepherd Jr., all Archer Smith HoiplULj and her con-ln-law and 17* South*"xle Highway) ;.';;;; ,.) -r. _.... _

I totTdf Mr. and Mr*. A. I. Bran of Miami. I daughter Mr. and Mrt. Robert I' Miami 21, ria.
tielf'/>Homestead and Mr Bran Pal.A j Mrs W'ITIIBrundll' of 141 nlow..
tientnad* her home heN during family reunion;; via" held athe )fl''. and Mrs W. 1. Booth of,S. E. Third av*. and her Infant lv r Phones: f8Ul-t18551-t1855.

.vtn* War when her huiband kneel horn of Mr, and Mr*. A. I* 221 N. E 11th *t4 entertained peon Warren expect to upend the 'Vcek-end house .gueiri 4 of .V I 1J f< Oversell.. ,.wth| the army Jrannen during the Thanksgiving reveral fueit over the Thanka-j Chrlntmas vacation In New Or. and I Mn. H. J. McConnell of 00xI EI irlt uIr BECOME"A rCG. .PRODUCEdd
., holidays, when brother and *lien giving week-end. Their ion, Edwin lean with Mrs Brundage'i reinItlve i S.! E Third ave were Mr 142// '
:"att/'wid' ( ; Mr*. Robert Edw of Mr. Brannsn ware reunited came down from Galneivllle ... ]Mrs Vernon Ashe .>f Denver
Oru b*'.art beginning construetlorr&r !- for the final time since 1125. Mr with a university football star,# I met resident of Homestead whore PROVOKING SELL
.* fcew home on N. W. 13th and Mrs Pierce Brtnnen, who Andy Novak; and their son-in-{: Mr. and Mr. Goo Lorton and pending tome time In Miami l I' '
i, ;between -Second and Third were married Oct. 27 In Cairo, law and daughter Mr and M..... ton*. Carl md Harvey, have C Other: gueat at the McConnell j A YOUR ; ,,
avenue 0., recently moved here to live It L. finder, came from Miami mOVed to Belle Glade. 'I home are Mr and Mrs. Willi. '
it the Brannen home and corning with their two children, Michael
Mr.And Mr A. W. Schultz, here for the holiday were and Barry. They were joined by:I 4"5 JIfl RBUGavariNirgy ATTRACTIVECARTON
fofoierljr of ,Cincinnati have Mr.. and Mrs Lehman Tucker and Homestead relative for the
anov4 In"h.* new concrete children Lehmm, Jr., and Elsie: Thanksgiving feast II
lueoe-dUBlM at 11 N. E. lUll atMr. Hr*. Ethel )Hendilik and Mill I I KIMtf t/eir crtelg
gtitulU! 'own and operate -a Mary Jan Brannen, all of Statet- Hugh Stnneff has pent several Sliced rod nftn snr MfDKAs ro
grays on North Krom av*. born; Oa, and Frank Brannen or day In Fort Mven and ll expected l Meats ro p f0umor'' glxe 114. e..

Bay Pine, Fl.. Now aervlng In the to return Monday, j "rn ftfl% HOW TO GET LAMINA CARTONS AT NO EXTRA COST
Mr and Mn. r>wey Proit<< ol army are two Bona of Mr and "'OTU'' pNnxe rIlTITIOI'' WANE u .
Bhrv OH hIVe arrived tv spend Dr.nnen. Sgt Arehl u.Nntl. Cooked and Ready to Eat .
the whiter' at their home on N, W. Anchorage Alaska" and Pvt. M..I .Ior...4.,..4nl I*n.)H.n4 h..l.>*_limn imiWf else" .a.Ia.f.......ft......... 1 toyena Era carton are strong, handeom .t
flhventh iv*. ory Branncil of Fort Bragg, N ..... I'trrln. I'limiMfts, "veer r.Lrlr container (for your fine egg, Identified with .J'
_.. ... ....... .. rrLr M' In the Checkerboard. trademark, teeofniMdverfwhere ,
j Mau;; u...i ..h. .I.5'--.r tho Cho./t;; ; ; a* a sign of quality Layana Egg
.' d J/ede two.,. rt..I ku00N1ALxg ." carton east you nothing: when you're a PURINA
.j 0*.*.. Uoenjyd Laycna En producer end when you
Doe. s. m It. 14, Make Spicy buy Fusina Drop ,in-Ut ua .tell lAYEN "t
hew you eon plan for egg profit on the ..........
.NOTICE.. OP ArnirATION ron TAX Layer Era Plan. .
rOWVf HEARD ABOUT OQ95 axon .'
I Clmpirf. toTfSArta tl 1N1 ....
THE Alt WOOL ACI *' NOTII'': \ riuUI HKRKHY "OIVrvlM T ... t I..* W.OmiHty. Appetizing 'Snacks; 1 '' r .
r a lr un Hull .tH>.M.r .f *.... a ,
L Tn Cnllflr.M. Nu tin, ....... M It* > ' ',. 'J't.41il) ,, '
GLAMORUG ., Ann. A. e. INI. I'M NM.. MM and 'Lww.wr
a. '
'h ;; .. ,
t . .... . ... .. 1 '. lf :
I..r (tow S. ole .1. .IM.Me ;; o . Homestead ,
,, .
"oil .
ml If a r* UM Princeton
tn d..1" h he Irw4'.wee. . Mb 'f' -
OrllflMU' Mikmrw Ui. 'nl.'ftr. 4.Kited .. "" 111.. M 1n .......... .a.-.. lhw
Mr *. loll pair .r t*__. ..!
I. IM d 11.4. (
,4 peonos ......It en"IF Picnic Lunches .. tavrtHic* (b*) r....10.. lane ., ..
elk rbr.N. 1r.4
r a.. a1.h II'. ..."..... .N the .... ....rift.Ittal. iW .!...- fM'v Ww ('hone S. Phones
d a.r. I. Ae.d.d. rtea.. .... II. P..1I. .. .. ..,.. k.llnaw. .
t .. I" the Outoftl, eI lie'. 1Ie'\ ..trlori. 206
.... 175 & 198
hoe ...r- III .14 rn.w.r aedwth.
MM MrttriraU *u I h| the MM
2 p..=..Nb. ..rtll...... .II he1. wawerl.a..4Aa 11II
; HERE'SMORI t. .... .lhe P..P. r dw.N4db41e' We always have wide. variety on hand, and :-:.:.:.:-:-:-
.Ihw.leIII. .... CoNrt M H.e44_M dun'air asses. the IPM :Ua:.:.:.: : :! :-:
MULTI-Slit _...., I.. Ik.. iMiilk W Mwwhw. ,.4*. will slice to suit you. ,
. .. .._ ..
GOOD .kMi h Ik* eta of rn* "<
CUMORU6S 1>.... u... 114 d.. ."* N.._..... 'the '111",11..1., .' "" . '" .1 '" "\,."., ,, L":0.' : .
r ARC NOWAVAI1AI1K .r... of rimii Cot I ,
.... .. .. .
I O"" l "
IN II, a. MUOIIK D, o.drmlt Wollan1 & KEndrick ..-
: U.. ASfOXUDfllll I need Bxll I ,
i '

: @. mxr riooitIPACC YOU SHOULD HAVE An M.R.G.\ Store Why Worry

I e,2'1"aS4" .rii.; ., .9S Mutual llenefit Health phone 68 N. Krome Ave. ..

va9".a 14..91 and Accident Insurancefor

9'.7'6- . . .. . 18.91 t ABOUT YOURFertilizer 1
'vjIo'6N1ce.eees 16.93 your protection.

9'atl' d.. . a u. $9,95w Write *r Call :.

t15' eeee..e/el John II. Hale Problems?

Tae Aare. easy ...... and fhoaei US-tll-a WOODY The Builder's Friend
: U* U .***. aim. rlIV Hess *>ew It I HOMESTEADaecerda
?.* arlMdty. to at an A* ..
-.... features .** the *" wCktaensf ,

( to -...< alas .* ''''''' [ '!II; '!II" I '''''I "" [ II :, : 1111 11 TNt EIGOER THEY ARC
.At ,.. aarUosW, Jew .,..... THE HARDER THEY fALL fOR Try Reliable"Redland
lied them I. ... weye, dirty. a aUaie. Caaaera. \
s m*,...--, fllete Supptes hOOKER lUMIER s.:0..:

: .set ....iM'ar .ti Brand Fertilizers"JIANUFACTURED
; >*.*ery MM. to aa/ dad arE ,
.J "*..*.to doe. I IA ...... --.. $'pee

: :.( )...rrIIIH M J k MM (a) : I
,. .Iw M w errs dater
}x. p..(B) raw =: *= l> a(MMj .\
jf, < .--.. ..
} "A 1.:1 i :;.,S __.; 1> RMtk IMxl ulrawil DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO GROWER : I''"'
Btt ** -.- *...* ,M. *r Seatai Miami., Ha. \ ,\
> _4 M* w MtafTC gv.w'iJ't C .',
"' *t Mw *a> ... :ET irMmUMru..MMMh.
,I "v 1IJ..lill!. !!"'" : 111 !III""" "".__ I Ili \\t\ : '

it1 _wNq I..... ... ._... 5. ..'' 1\'
:, J ;lam -r... ..J, ;;: ;;; < .
I f All Popular Mixes on Hand ..'

, li m-Meram rNw w r I 475' 488 575 <493< 388 10-0-10) t '''" .*(. -'

} r. crw.'J-'J Any Amount Organic Desired .. _/, .'; / : I'':'
N. E. tat
(Di I 1111 Special :Mixes on Request ( ton Iota '
C'akklb one. only' ) *t,, ;: .:.. :J ,:':
id"! -
i I t.N........ .. on '" : ray sit
I ,. ,,. :" : ,;1
II ; :. :

I I"t.. ] LUMBERS OD I I :

.' =" Florida East Coast Fertilizer'Gd.Phone ) "

f :;: 1.i a'--....derq..1.-U..:1 ,
.. IU.i' .. i = m.CC-: Are
\ \ sew /re1/r ea-a Mbar j 16 Henry R. Piidgen, MIT RIoingatrmd, 'Pls.t .

S.-Grayes Fumilure, Coe :

1 .x' i"i ue Ave. PMre.248- ..HA NT. ."'.l $. Davis Paints .f''

l I r . I
( . I
.. .

\ ,

; y 1 C. ; . :1 n ?

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs