Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: October 28, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00684
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
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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38th Year No. 43 UOMES EAD, FLORIDA,-FRIDAY OCTOBER 28. 1949 _Price 6 Cent_ '





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i Cover Crop Tests Show ] $155,000 Approved for Local Schools I

Six-Inch Rain Drowns Soya Jtcab Velvet (lean FLORIDA CITY In County School Building Program CHOICE OF CITY'S HEAD LIMITED

Otwotan soybean I II seen succeeding -

cover crop the velvet a* the bean result a* of a local experimental SCHOOL GIVEN Construction amounting to itructlon In 1WB1 of two dressIng THUS FAR TO S. E. LIVINGSTON j

plantings by J. Abnty 1170,000 for Coulda colored: school room for the Homestead and ,
Cox at the corner of Allapattah and Improvement estimated .t Redland high\ school gymnasium
1,000 Acres Tomatoes rd. and Coconut Palm dr. "&.000 for Homestead, Redland at a total coat of t 0.000 and two '
The vine-type Otwotan train NEW REPRIEVEFlorida and Pen-In white schools are classroom at Perrln and conversion KIRBY AND POLLY ROSE BALFE
slightly outdid parallel planting provided for In a proposed $10- ot the auditorium Into a
of the upright Biloxi variety in 133.000 three-year county school! cafetorlum at a cost of $",000.
smothering out weed and in adding building program approved by Additional building at Gould I
And Seed Beds nitrogen to the IOU, the experiment City' won another round the slats board Tuesday. The mill take care of elementary and Prospects: now.... that there.
Many showed However, the with Mate and county school tentative program will be subject Junior high achool pupil and add C. CALDERWOOD\ will be a sufficient number 'of
to need and school funds senior high school I
Biloxl proved superior for.c.tUe official! thus week in the perlodl. varying t candidates warrant holding a
feed as lit upright growth make It was elated.Present The plan cells for county-wld TAKEN BY DEATH '
.1J. cal consolidationof election
controversy over city primary on tie,. IS
plan provide for
t for more efficient harvesting expenditure In 1M9-B1 of tl.TBO..
con"iSnlITIISONIANi
Florida City and Homestead 000 of which 1190,000 would be -at least for the office of m 19l'-
I Both the Otwotan and the Bil
More than 1,000 acre of tomatoes KRONE INST. oxl! proved superior to the velvet schools. A* a result, an official district bond money; in WI-ll Chart Granvlll Calderwood, At closing Urn yesterday three

t. ; approximately 100 acre! been in cost dens coverage and order merging the two schools $3.188,000 ot which 1140,000 wouldbe Redland ,roowner, died Wednesday had flied .as candidates. for the
of string bean were drowned In weed-killing ability. To sow one was rescinded Tuesday and the district bond money; and In In Pratt General Hospital mayoralty nomination and 'tan
; the torrential rain! which Inundated 38 Florid City pupil are attending 1111I.IS, 13,117,000 of which
acre of soybeans required one- their four-grade achool. I TELLS ANALYSISOF afar 1 brief (lines. had qualified a* candidate fornomln.Uon
thl third of bushel at $7.50 to 1110,000 would be district bond
the glade early peek, SLATES FRUITSHOHTMEET a sew Funeral will .
The firework were set off Mon.: money, service ,be conduced to the .council: The
an acre to velvet beans required
estimate C. S. Phllllpi, managers day by mimeographed notice advlilng Saturday at the residenceon deadline
I from one-half to three-fourth of i M'KEE SILVERA tfew" $8S.OOO cafetorlums (com for filing of candidateb I
Florida City State Farmer a bushel at $8. Florida City School patron I blned auditorium and cafeterias) Farm Life rd. by the Rev midnight Saturday.The ,
Market Even worse I ia the loss of! that the ichool'i mall enrollment are nearing completion now a.tIlomeate.d Alfred Hedberg, of Silver
) Both varieties of soybeans, sliver analyst of 8838 pastor Candidate tor mayor' ao'fu
/did not Justify lit separate existence I per
seedbeds which will force schools.MRS.B.A.WALDIN.
many planted here ,for the first time and Redland Palm Methodist Church Burial
and telling the 38 pupil cent hit been found for Art McKee are: The E. Kirby, incumbent
the owners to start from scratch, this year, are hailed by County to report Tuesday morning for sunken treasure bar which will be in ,Palm Cemetery In ; 8. E. Livingston retiredpoItm.ner
I he said. Much of the East Glade Agent Chas. H. Sleffanl a* likelyto Homestead .
bus transportation to Nar nja under the direction of ; and Polly Rose Balfe,
I damage was done by high tides An Innovation Wednesday at replace the velvet bean a* e In his notice to the achool pi- Wit sold to Smithsonian Institu '\ Turner Funeral Home. publisher of the .lUdland District

which backed la over the young the Tampa meeting of Krom.Memorl.1 local cover crop.STATION. I Irons E. D. Blackburn supervising tion. The .analysis was made by Mr. Calderwood'i survivor New..
principal of the Homestead W. F Poihag of the Smithsonian are: Understood have filed
Institute, section of 1 on a
crop. a PIONEER OF 1909 hug wire, EUa Hill Calderwood;
and Florida City schools. IBid department of geology who reported basis of TU run if you'll run"
the Florida State Horticultural four sons, John, Jim, Jerry and
The rainfall gauge at Subtropical STAFF
that the proposed consolidationhad for the council yesterday
In letter to McKee, "I are:
Society, will\ be an exhibit of a Joe; a brother, Ralph Calderwoodof I
Experiment Station recorded been' approved by the date DIES Walter Weiss, automobile dealer
IN MIAMIDeath ;
the silver St. Paul, Minn. and sister
analyted of the ingot a ,
6fl Inches Tuesday.. tropical and subtropical fruits, : superintendent, the state department ; H. L Brandenburg farmer and
I Him Ruth Calderwood of Richmond
MAKES; REPORTTO
From (00 to 800 acre of pine.I -I announce S. J. Lynch of the University of education, the county and found It contained 0936 per VIA rock product dealer; Howard L.
of Miami school board, the county trustees\ cent silver that I. 804\ fine. The came Wednesday for Johnson, drug itor owner) and
I land tomatoes came through unhurt a vicepresidentof Mrs Nellie B Waldln who settled native of St. Paul, Mr. Celderwood -
GROWERS\ and the county superintendent final results indicate pure silver Ernest E. King, accountant Two
Phillip believe, and 'arm-, the society and head of the Ha pointed out that the enrollment ..* here with her husband, the had made hit home In Incumbent councilman, J. Q
I en are counting on skyrocketing Institute. I of 38 did not JuttUyjttheemployment late B. A Waldln, forty year Dade County for the put 10 Wynn, hardware store owner, and
price to follow last week' cold The exhibit, sponsored by the Report on vegetable researchof of two teachers, and The letter say that the bar ... Mrs.,Waldln, who would have year. He wai I member of the James Wollim, grocer, qualifieda
I It university and by the Men' Club Subtropical Experiment that the consolidation was decided allows a alight trace ot antimony been 78 yean old on Nov. IS diedin Homestead, Ells Lodge and of candidates for re-election after
t damage to California crops, will be S\8.I' which suggests that the Ingot Is John O Bailey Post of the American
I of Tampa presided over lion were made by Dr. Ceo upon rather than have one teacher Sunray Park Health Resort a period of Indecision-Wollsm
I ? Local grower ere expected to, by Julia and Kendal Morton, Ruehle and his staff! at a meeting fur all the grade. ,, not of modern origin. Modern ill- after a five-month Illnesi Legion. filed Saturday and Wynn, late
let about 11,000 acre to tomaW\ former Homestead resident. ot approximately 190 growersMonday I Acting for the Florida City It- ver I.I generally free of antimony The Rev Martin R. Davis, pastor yesterday afternoon. Other candidate -
I this se.ton.I' Among Items In the exhibit will night in Redland Farm I want Club, President Ceo, ,M The first annual meeting of the of Redland. Community Church, art" : H. L. (Roy) Halnes.
Heavy bean plantings, dated to be 43 varieties of avocados from Labor Camp. Other speakerswere ; Arbogast sent a wire of protestto stockholders In M K"'. Museumof officiated at funeral aervlce JUNIOR C OF C office supply store owner; Behj.
; be under way by Nov I, will be I Subtropical Experiment Station Dr F S Jamison, truck State Superintendent ToinJX Sunken Treasure, Inc, will Thursday afternoon In the chapel W Morris, real estate broker; J,
j j delayed by the high water until In Homestead. crop horticulturist of University Bailey which resulted In the pry be held at I o'clock Tuesday night of Woodlawn Park Cemetery H. Robert" Jr. electrical contractor ,
at least Nov. II, be says. FGeoJCH. Cooper ot Princeton ot Florida Experiment Statloh I der'l being revoked on Tuesday. In Lrglon Hall at 517 S. Krome where interment ,took place. TO ORGANIZE ; and L. R' Napier, nlfht I 4
Some potatoes are already In Will serve, a* ,rlre-prasident and Frank S. Terry district spent, On Tuesday 'jiight, the \own ave At this cloned meeting forstockholders The former,Nellie Budge, sister manager ot k filling station.TJila .
the ground and planting has"won't beenlie charge; of the "lIel.blt'secUon for the university extension work.: council drafted a resolution !I'k officers will be of Miami' pioneer merchant IIEREONNOV..10 Ume last week, only 14v 4o1k11u1e'gve J Jdate
j *!f Lthsi\hree-d\ r meetln| oTthe5fio ..Report*,M the; station! exportft -! ,lI'boqI.IlIcI.II refr4third ' elected for a one-year term and ., tor
cog ( 1(1"01.1.1Iii'
'0aI.ted to e comple .blh ''he. Friwk X Budge and earlymasta'cNurry'Sudg" jxwU . . ,. . ( .
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, nrrt'C..1M'. *< ) rt*< MoiM4o _idi: .*tt. -plot' '0WkJM'cntU rvort*\It I* report' witf fce MMle nee.finances r *. was boys -- -- .' +Ulecf.1er1., ,
Papers to be given by the local and fertilizer insecticide and and activities. The present officers v ;A junior Chamber of eomfrln.itor council* r'T.
on Florida
do any good" I U (he! plant I merge the City School I Nov. n, 1170 In Urbane,O She and r for
.' ed plot and to the iced potatoes: experiment station staff at Krome fungus control tests 'wen made with Homestead School and demanding of the corporation are: Arthur :her' husband, who wu employed ( South" Dade County U being The city primary U for the\
one the platforms ready for cut' Institute will Include: "Proper by Dr. Ruehle, Dr D. O. Wolfen- the establishment In I I McKee, Jr, president; Fred R 'In the construction\ of the F R. C erganlted here under sponsorship purpose of selecting two nominee
tin,. Maturity .of Tahiti Limes for barger, entomologist Dr. Robert Florida City of "proper school Jackson, vice-president; Fielding railroad extension, developed for each office that 1 It to be filled.
/ Marketing" and "Report of,Subtropical A. Conover, pathologist, and A. Ruff, treasurer and John X. a of the Coral I Gable chamber
plant
Farmer are expected to go facilities for all Florida City pu ; cltrui! end avocado grove on Wai- Since there are five seats on the
ahead with plan .to plant 7,000 I Fruit Committee by J. 1. Malcolm, associate soils pils"! The resolution said thatContinued Davis' secretary din dc,1 highway\ named for the Local cochairmen are Frank Tye council to be filled, the prlimary
acre despite the government' refusal I IIncre.se Dr. Francis B. Lincoln, horticulturist chemist. ( on Page Four) j j JA' 1,000-foot channel la being Family. After her hutband'l deathIn and Dwight E. Wardlaw, would eliminate all but the ten
of a requested 22 percent ; "A Practical Approach The greatest chemical controlof excavated by W. T. Price Construction 192) aha took over the manage An organization dinner meeting high men In that race, and alt
I Prevent the Marketing; of Immature potato wire worms... obtainedby Choose Co. of Coconut Groveto the but two In the mayo?. nee. "
In Its acreage quota under Mangos" b, Milton Cobin, Keys I mint of grove Interacts and will be held at T;30 Thursday
. the price support program If he I associate horticulturist and "Dip the use of parathion, reported Tracts for Park Use connect the sea with the huge lived In the family home until It evening, Nov 10, at a location to Whenever there are ten or Sewer :
reduce hi* planned planting, for of ;Stock for Dr. Wolfenbarger Clean cultivation i inland yacht basin on the museum burned down Dili Bummer Until be announced later Preliminary candidates for council, a primarycontest 1
! which the seed I I. In storage, the I Ij' ping Continued Pineapple Page Four) with no cover crop producedthe A survey to elect Key j site on Plantation Key. McKee her illness, ahe Wit active In the organisation plans were made Fri. In that race I I. unnecessary -
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grower I* faced with the problem on highest percentage of control from Jewfiih south for state perk I( says this will create the largest work of Redland Community day at a meeting attended by and the candidate are certified -
,i of disposing of his seed potatoes. ((89%) in the cover crop tei>ts. use was recommended this weekto and deepest anchorage and dock Church end of the Woman' Clubof Willard Barnes, Jack Levy, a. J. a* nominee In the general
1 If he exceeds his government Plantings of buckwheat and mixed the Florida Park Service by space area between Miami and the Redlandi. For many years Glbbs, Morris Britton, Sylvester election of Jan 10,
allotment, he automatically disqualifies IL 11. S. CARNIVAL plantings of sesbanla and velvet : the trustees of the 'Internal Improvement Key West, with accessibility from she wee active, also, in the Homestead P. Adair, Ty* and Wardlaw. A The city registration book will t'
himself from sharing thee bean produced 88 per cent con I Fund the ocean side and Hawks Chan Business and Professional second meeting was scheduled for M open until ten day before the
support price program.As TONIGHT SLATES trol. Fifty-two per cent control Early action was asked to (ito nel. He points out that It will Women' Club last night to select a meeting! place Dee. 11 primary for registrationf j
a new service, weekly forecast was achieved by the use of sesbanla make available for private sale afford life harbor for yacht and Mra. Waldln laves a nephew, and to make up a Hit of prospective new resident and voter who
. of supplies of fruit and alone, and 38 per cent by such tracts aa are not needed for the smaller cabin cruisers' In time John Budge of West Palm Beach, member. have become of age line the list
vegetable on the state markets "FASHION SHOW"Highlight \ the use of velvet bean. parka In Key lands that had been of storm and will be convenientfor and four nieces, Mr* Stella B. city election, and they will likewise
will be available to buyer, ad- Parathion led the list of potato withdrawn from the market on small boats to dock for supplies Junkln end Mri J. Attmor RAMS be open again after the pri
cording to Wm. L. Wilson, state spray treatment In efficiency of request of the park service, the Wright of Coral Gables, Mr m.rylntil ten day before the
director.: The forecasts wlU servea of the Homestead control of the 'aphid and leaf Oversea Road and Toll Bridge Foundation for the building Fannie D. Waters of Tltuivllle The front wall of Jimmie' Restaurant city's general election on Jan 10.
two-told purpose-helping the school carnival tonight will be miner, he Mid. Parathion proved District and the State Road De are being poured and electric and and Mr. George Wolfe of Chattanooge. at Gould. was almost Cltlaen who voted In the city
j :, buyers to locate their needs andhelping the coronation of a queen who (Continued on Page Four) partment. water line are being laid. demolished Monday morning when election two year ago will not
; the farmer to dispose of has been elected by student ballot a dairy truck, driven by Wayne have to register again this year
j< hi* crop. but whose Identity "will be kept Russell of Miami I crashed Into the To be qualified to register In the
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j; secret until the colorful ceremony They Meant Much to Earliest Homesteading building to avert a head-on city ,election, a person must be
Dayspeople
i; Beard Attends Meeting\ I begin. lision with an approaching col'I' II or over and must hive livedIn
"f.. Coach Paul L. Worley Is general Russell and patron seated at the city for at least the put
,\ To Plan Flood Control' chairman of the carnival which restaurant counter InJury
escaped: -I I dx months and In Florida fir
will offer! a boys' fashion show, By Annie Mayhew FlUpatrlck kept up elate A. soon as the trannparenclci that transformed I but It was these kindly, neigh I the
I: Dan Beard, superintendent of movie attraction and the roof and walls of her house the glaring window Into bony thing that endeared themto past year
midway The rise
and fall of families
h, Everglades National Park, has returned food booths Mr. Ruth, 1. Scott, and were up she began trying to make facslmllles of stained glass and the early aetUer They both
Individual i II Inevitableand
f t from Jacksonville where chairman of the food sales, announces inexorable a* a the* ebb and some sort of social life for the made It so much more churchlikeIn knew how to be good neighbor. Wild Bull and Chariot Act Booked
j he sat in on a two-day conference that the booths will be few JM'Ople'round about. appearance She never came emptyhandedIt I
flow of the feel
1'1 I of the Department of Interior open the entire.evening, and that that It II 1 not tides smile Even to recall to I what My aunt attended\ her flnt The boy choir was the outcomeof might be a jar of milk, I bowlof For Armistice Day Benefit Jlodco
11 Ij j official and army engineer surplus foods may be bought after two people meant to this countryside Christmas dinner. Their furniturehad her suggestion that some con- cottage cheese or Just a few
L to co- rdlnate plan for the Florida the coronation ceremony not arrived but Mr. Brewer certed effort be made In behalf hlblaru* bloeaomi but always on
In
, flood control program Represented Principal E. a Blackburn will the earliest of the in slipped two pins from the hinges of the children ot the fast-grow gala occasions, her famous sponge Bill Sampson and his wild bull Marshal Wlllard Barnes reported
"t: at the meeting were the present a royal cup to the queen mind homesteading Mr. and day Mts.I have Thomas and presto the front door and two log community, and It filled the cake and chariot act have been signed J after a sunrsy.Fifteen j
:io Indian, U. S. geological, fish and and silver loving cup to each of Brewer saw horse were a dining table. need- for at least two year He, In turn was more generous for the Armistice Day benefit float have been enteredfor
u wild life and soils conservation the eight candidate, Senior Her well remembered cofeelrn The Repertoire Club, probably and thoughtful with lilt mule rodeo for South Florid Children's the one-hour parade which
'I services and the Everglades I Anita Delta and Julie Taylor, They came just a few months raced one end of it and her best the fist music club In the county, than many people ire now with, Hospital which: I I. receiving en- will atari promptly at 10 o'clock
\ Drainage' Commission. Juniors Mabel Comes and Nadine after my aunt, Miss Frances LewIs china, silver and linen were In also was her Idea. It Wit active their cars In that day when dlaUnce trill from all over the nation, DrR. from the intersection of N. Krome,
d This week, the state budget Pierce, Sophomore Phyllis Delta entered upon her 180 acres of evidence. She even managed a for fifteen year. were what they were and J, Elliott, chairman of the ave and Fourth d., Berne said. ..
commission authorized the Florid and Joyce Ennl and Freshmen land and about the tame length of bowl of egirnog. That coffee urn Mr*. Brewer had a lovely voiced the mule slow, the kindly act Uksponsored event, said yester- Also In the parade will be the
Park Service to pay $3,06511 for ,Carina Schumacher and Claudia time before my other aunt Anne wa part of every festive occasion and had studied considerably and uiually meant a whole day given lay. Sampson will attempt to rodeo performer In the Elks-
I\ the July to October Operation of Campbell Each of the eight will Umgaker, came down from Mich. ss long a* they lived hen.Soon had' a wonderful collection of to It drive I two-wheel chariot bitched' sponsored benefit for the Florid
the Everglade National Park ; be accompanied by an escort Igan. Never a letter came to me after that dinner party, songs. She wa generous with her Often the lint Inkling anyone to a wild Brahma bull Children' Hospital
* Commission office In Miami .Entertainment for the royal that did not mention some kindness the asked all of the women In the talent!, and no program was complete had of a party In the offing washer Cowboy and trick rider are
l I court will Include a flag drill by on the part of the Brewers.For countryside to her home to form without her. She also tang clear 'Tally ho" and' hit deep lining up from Oklahoma Cola WESTOAAPiO'tN'1tD
Shots Fired at Patrol the first grades, a ribbon dance these deed* and their many the Pioneer Guild. That wa the .t every wedding and funeralmy "All aboerd"V They always had rado, South Dakota and Kansas Dr. Philip J, Westgate. former
Fruit ThievesTwo by fourth grade girls, tumbling favor to me, I feel I owe Ahema second ,_men'* organization In wedding among other bed and food for the chance guestor II i well a* front all over Florida, staff member .at Subtropical Experiment
Can by by seventh grade girls and clown debt of gratitudenothing could the county. The one and only I recall especially Ray Evans1 i wayfarer, and I doubt It they h. aid. "Across the board" entries Station, hu been appointed .
shots have been fired at act*. Tallulah Webb will presenta ever. repay. project was to raise fund to pay funeral. There was no hearse, no I showed any warmer a welcome to for competition In every horticulturist at the Central -
county' patrol can while on guard ballet dance, and Barbara Ann Thinking of them," we always the convict for working on the undertaker, no preacher for that the bishop "who came to dedicatethe event include Hoot Scammoni, Florid Experiment Station
this week against .South D.de'' Shuler will give a Persian dance had In mind "Core, "My little roads impressive service held In a pack. little church than to the Colorado Springs trick rider who In Sanford. He had been In the
fruit thieve, the sheriff office Faculty sponsors for the program joy Tommy", Nancy, the only dog Ai soon as was humanly possible Inc house that adjoined the hotel Widow' McLean and her pack of has just completed a yearly rodeo commercial: field dine leaving
r I. report The sniper, I II a poor put on by the senior claim. are In the whole countryside, and the first part of the GuildHall I think It was Dr. Tower who dogs. It was simple hospitality circuit" Buddy Medford of Ana homestead
marksman, officers say, because I Mrs. Mary Cody, Mia. Bertha NillHauaman Polly, the parrot with her realistic I Was built: That gave peopleplace read a chapter from the Bible and raised to the' highest degree darks, Okie, and Stewart Bakerof
the car was not hit cither time. and Mia' Helen Pope I : Imitation of a Pennsylvania a to hold socials and entertainments made a prayer, and It wa Mr*. Among all of her songs the one Kansas City NAVY GETS PIPELINE
R cottage prayer meeting. Later to raise. the funds. Brewer who tang, unaccompanied.Later Mr, Brewer liked bed wee that Vie Blackston of South Dakota, President Truman on 'Tuesday
f r' they added Bessie, the cow : Every occasion meant first a supper along with the other homesteaders which started "I shot an arrow .n old-time rodeo rider, I II entered signed the legislationJglvlnf t the
! New Directors of Dade Farm Bureau Mr.. Brewer worked hard. Win- then a program of play fol- she trudged off homeward Into the air-It came to earth I for cell roping. Mae Lain of navy full ownership of the 140-
I' ten he "made tomatoes", and lowed by a sqosre dance with a From our corner, Redland knew not where", and that someway Kiaslmmee, one of Florida' top mile fresh water pipeline from
f Named Head Commodity Divisions usually they lived In a make-shin fiddle and mouth organ for music road and Avocado drive, she went typlfle their life here In the cowpoke, will try hi* hand at Florida City' to Key 'West Th
shack on the glade during the for yean that Guild Hall on by herself, although U was early day Could the few remaining roping and steer wrestling. Other navy will pay the Florida Aqueduct
e busied part of the ...-. Other wa the center of all aoclat life dusk, knowing ahe still had the old-Umer get together state. contestant.* will be Horace Commission tUWMtl torIt
f t Directors were elected by divisions vegetables Dan Wflllams, M. T time he located people on homesteads In these parts chicken to feed and the cow to for a day It would tale every .Larkin of Devle and Jim Tom one-third! share bathe, line.
at the annual meeting ot' Hagan, Pat Tuccl J, Abney ,fax' made out legal paper, It wa through Mrs Brewer's milk and a long lonely night hour of It to recount the many Day of Pompano.
Dad County Farm Bureau held I and Walter Peterson; dairy, Ernest hunted up odd job (or himself efforts that the first church In ahead of her. Mr. Brewer, with tittle thing) the Brewer did for Arrant-Smith Post V. F. W. win 'TACKLE: SHOP HAS BLAZE: '' r
i Oct" M In the Perrlne school" The Graham and R. L. Dreasel and the mule and oven found' the nometteadlng country: was : the other pall bearers, had gone them. sponsor the customary parade and .The Homestead fir department
directorate: will meet at a later New director are Lint, Tuccl time to write letters.for the few built It we the little Eplscoptl ,on to Miami to help at the graveside No memorial will probably ever I the barbecue at which Congressman Monday night\ extinguished a
, date to select officer Peterson and Cox. colored people whe began drifting church at the corner of Redland be railed to the Brewer but their Ceo. Smathen will be guest, small blue at Oversees Bait and
Director: ere: ivocado-eltnu John Ford, executive secretary In. road and Bauer drive, and I have I All that Mr. and Mr Brewer memory till live In our .heart, :speaker Tackle Shop caused by a short
Harold E. Kendall A. W. Llnd-j ot the state. bureau, presented for Mr* Brewer must have been never forgotten the sanctity and did In the way ot public service and th*! tale of thOM early day All Homestead business firms circuit In an electric motor No
1 gren and Donald Una; nursery consideration a plan to set up a,: inexpressibly 'lSwly for rite had peace of that sweet little church.' may have been of more Impor- will be passed on to our grandchildren Will close for the community: ] damage was done to other equljK,
i!j and ornamentals, W. 0. Talbott; county' office for the lade group.'' been used to life in the hotel her I I often wondered where she found! tance to the community at large, i Armistice Day celebration p..dtl ment or to the building.'


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trdlnajlr ajr roatiterad maiL I-.d M )able Many CMhaTiml
For 0\rersea8 CI's'BfP. 6. ArtnonncogCUftstmss
NIGHT COURSES I I omIttIc money efdwi may W" ........1 l MrvtoM ware 'held Phat Portable ElectricqD11126ii
kmt end can .be cajaheal at APO Hatchet, MiM.. Wednesday frJ :: I sn.ehse'a"

I pefrMi for-member* wefglI11K -tIet "'""" 'ttwln eaglet Md novy ejoal osiicoa wMoree'OThe B. Houck-W Tavernler' 1 whew t!Supt -r:... 8. BeMey ':greoostoj
i GIVEN AT IL IL S. of the armed force serving outside r ounces will be chargeable at the' armed forces are located doth followed I tonsillectomy In|of Homestead High School and $
I'QrtaI) notes are payable only to Hit total Turner Funeral) Florid State University Miss.
I the continental United Staten rate of all cents an emtee hoapiUL $89.95'S
'- Tblrtyoight adults have registered should be mailed. before Nov 11 tion, and those ......... the MMineMel IMted *Utes. end Home'was In Vtisrge of arrangements. -'After I Interact at Redland High'
or..1
should not be sent oversees.fora
I Schooled teachers tile .
for -the might classes now: to Insure delivery on time and In eight ounce* are . I now aev. '
being sponsored fey the county load condition. before Christmas. rate of 80 cents I pound I A 4tt" of Celumbts,Will,''Ole nth grade of Galloway Junior E WM -HrE SlIARitIS'REFRIGERATION
board of Instruction at Homestead I said A. V. Phillip, acting poet. tion thereof"Addresses. child Bcooinpenled 'lite family to High School to Panama City aI II i CO,
-High 8r.oo4 'A mctilMy! chare "...., :yesterday must be legible and lavender lour month ego when I A temporary certificate was
Of tld liinade for.each lar the hra,I Thrie parceto may be 'markedj'ChHelmai prepared In typewriting, or Ink. nil father M oil driller, began I worded to Mrs Eleanor P. Alexander 11* North Krone. Ave ''Pbon.rtWnr
U'wsefc *wont offered paretr: This 'etrrjI and It Is pfyfrrred: that the od- work en the TCey largo well'" who teaches a second grade..
... ..I drew 'bo hand printed' : Twtgr enrolled end refttnrttent I mating applies/ not Iytii.tn'
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I'I the wrapper of .the box tether Claudia, and '. brother, Michael. '
( .i% Mill- twit* aeftptedtor ben Of the armed forces, but also I
,' e the .(typingoni thorthsnd tteJr families and wiWorlMd 'than on labels to 'betpasted on bright.er1om.orrow' '
: \ these IlbeH MaL (to," tmcti DIBS '
K classes being taught by Mrs. Ruth United States civilians employed wrapper as freQuently -' ITHAPPtUStVERY1)Ar) By 'PLOTTER
I J L Scott, H H. 8. teacher of com- overseas who receive their mall full off when subjected]{, Mrs Robert P. Crow wit
I I ,, to mol..II..1t (Is highly desirable I ailed to Chicago 'Yborday'morl* 1IN&1'Ilit?
menial ubjoota. Individual incej through an .APO or fleet postoffice J /
/ i taiciven I In typing and that a slip of paper containing then, I,1ft' by the unexpected. death til I UL YA, B oy NIA" R t/C GAi1
r i : names and oddreinei 6f the sender -, an uncle, WUUem Con of that YOUI'EWA5fW
group tastr cioo in ahorthand I Chrtetmoi cards for'enny ahd r. PENTD o
and the addressee, ''together city, 'A ha rtlt.ek 'en Aredneeday -i IVOUR rMONI iY afro ,oho Wi"t Yes G> .
1 'Llaesp'y'hetd'hen: T to 40 >
[I air finite' Jer*snnel ovetsess maybe '
with> a list of the content be.n-I| I nlghrprevdd'fdtst toTKr Call, HOPR i615N Del
: < .C'clotll.onltll\daJ.nd WednesI -I. mailed at any time and ahould : < I II ram StIO Il{,?
dOled In each partellO" teal I a brother : 'dy'NglibeTJglttwn\ be mailed beforettoV It'Greeting
'provide 'Idenwic.tiun'and I Mra. Irene Muggerldge, who Is
f : "addle are being In* cards for peraanntl. 'G( the' proper I
disposition in the well know here. '
event the addreises
ttrntwdtor"Hermit it Venitium, army and air fotelilt! be twit. 6 RVCEr
H .H. B. manual training teacher in reeled envelope and prepaidat on the buUlde become t/ 6HOPtywMGA
In tfdraltun and Mbinel making.TumHUre \ the firrt-clau rate I defaced In trait :I /Short Jllnea rFltaI e/ I G VE t
"The parcels should bear the '
1 repair and 'hlhdhklgand Boxei for overseas transmission complete mall address of then I To 'ToirrWt from 'Ohio A.
: wooll turnMf Chtmeire must nereturlry' be of strong I
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I} v held from T to 10 o'clock each construction on account of the sender and the addressee, Inrilld-j Mr. Martha bowers 'Naylor of / NWCAQ
I I f Monday. night great distance they must be transported ing rank .and aerial number i Kent 0. winter visitor here died
i addressee
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I and the handling'and tter| |II Friday'in James Archer mlth
I ; New Junlor.fen''Club' age they must undergo It Ja ab-l, I Hospital after a. short lilnesa. The
body was eent:by Turner Tuneral
aulutely necessary that the outer
i TVlllTIold! Open House container be of auch construe-r FOR COUNCIL Home to Kent for funeral services

The) newly-organlted Junior tlon that they will I test at lean, and burial. v.

t Wf n' Club ts nvltuig( parents and 200 pounds, The contents should'be : Ernest
t Other 'interettedprawn to an tightly parked to prevertt E. KingMy 1>>"
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1 e 'epen'llIlt" heating beheld at rattling (lr loosening of the. artichri -11

a e p. "'". tlenday at the club within the parcel
.headquarter In tarland Roller "In' addition to the usual article', riattormiMtoltMlo I Reliable

j Homesteadii normally prohibited In the ...all.1' .
e Rink. Tommy Kay of ,' ,, nf t Mbwfe M.kf 1940 ,and Older
I sponsor of the club, Sonny King matches of all kinds and lighter e"'Mil.e Ml.now ante 0::CmmZZMrii I
e II president 'and Bob E. Moore, fluid an unmallable 'Cigarettesand \ I'' pd, iem.lw.P.Nisans MMilltM.
Wlllard Douglaa In. other tobacco J products an '
Thompson .r y.Md i.r't Radio :
rte5/5 I. tool. wAMMn 1 Repairs CARS :and TRUCKSWe
and prohibited transmission for far
rgroan Stanley King are council '
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__ to certain Aloe, 'de.l .. ..... .
s Ittrw. Othera In the club livery II. n5. _'.... b.1.o..Mi .
the postmaster New York, New fur acerbY ...... ..,'-
are George King Ray King I have a large stock of 1940 and older cars and trucks In
Wayne Thompson\ Herbert' ,- Yotk'Articles. Moullw 14 tmMlnllMiif ' I
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e a song, C Casey, Carl Ferry and "' to be sent air mall r '.. kirint Mdt.. ,.....os... WkwlM.ll..4nnlliIW .toMl >. I several makes and body: models.
Price McCallough InM', { rnr ,_ _. ,.... Backed by
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u IMM n.e.r "ant'wd.i 'Prices Greatly Reduced '
a "Your boy will want to Join _. .ehkh. r. n.Ino, 0 15 years 'of experience. '
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r .u. 5.1 ia.l $ .ifII M
when ho hears what the club I
C offers him. and what inleretts FLORENCEHInvites Cnto tuiullliwU ,.... mike of&.snk'4.t*''u fsn/ti...11t. No ,'Reasona'bleOffer Refused

: .TOUT boy, should Interest you," .F.--fa....... ..r...oboroerNo...,... w ...... '"t"",. Your KCA Victor
a Kay said yesterday. "Come out I .nil HI.. .. hl_ Phone tH-.1
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a Monday-night .te visit us." .***r> In borne, 1 IIHXMMI ..4MimiMK \ Radio and Television Take advantage of this opportunity to buy some good, low :
to R. MATTOX!
\ you CMKPIM. rWk of Mix'
: The club which will I
promote .. ,.
wnt ui tnn.r t MikvUon Dealer priced transportation!
5 stop'for' P. O inn 717llemrstrsd
wh".pot1a and 'recreation .f .11 *HMIMI torn or had
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Is open to any boy In the Redland<< n"s.rrp Minn .
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I District who has the written permission Curb Service .>?file. w ui '_ .,iui toss oftoi
a of his parents end la approved I MUMiurrnnrM. .. I Dodd 'Radio & 'Appliance. Bird Chevrolet Co.107"N. ;

: by the stub I board, Kay 1 Ie I. P, If. ifalhyat ,lint. !rUnl* nwrau.. .oM III .kooV for I .-
I eeplalns. The,meeting platy and I I -..... -.,....,Mwruim............wllhtk. ... A local Prudential : tn'N.'Kreme Phase 4tt
': services are donated by Kay, and nn/d.- .f a_.1...,....1.--fd hr ...u._... I t Krone ''CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone '98,
the'boys "chip In" to help defrayexpenses. I: ,-. ..r ewe M M ... forM representativebringing t
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Donations an asked of, ... ...-
churches, Organizations, business (JA OIfI' SODA SHOP a's w rlwast, _Pal ,
... ..., .. complete life
firm, .parents, and others Interested .: .---., ..cdla... .e ...ues i Mwsi a t
III N. Kreme Ave.el ..-. __....
to keeping the boys engaged I I'J. Mtr I 1
insurance service to
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In wholeseene activities, Kay pe.pn. loa .f lito !
lays 'hsr.5 10 .
Contribution ahould be sent to'' (IAoa.... .L iloreneeSchumacher M.Ir u .. o..r Wsl Sub .w. -.Mold....... "" "

.the TUdlaad District 'Chamber of ) I II ay sate wli teeny.o .f.n.e........1-... Homestead lii I
a I. ;riUW h.J"
Cpmmeye. i I i ir' 5045.. Ie .. ........ 5ds.44. M II a :wonderful t t

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P I .flo. I Ls.As ......._. IMp rMiN M.s0nd '

I w. r _,... tis.. shoN. THE PRUDENTIAL !
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N'1M 1stst INSURANCE Nnewf1av
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'What rr Tu sear I. "he sines t .
sell' _.... AMERICA
pop '.ppu11 w .
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d. wM ol Fol. for IMM 8 .
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Is it worth pew. to Mrrr Um .sot... If I. ;;M70t 'I I J
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I t; to You. . "1P.INM.t'Ad. .MH' musKeT:.K.. P Reset>.M ft B.>r .kyk KINO ,I WESTERN IDS HOME ANGELES OFFICE CARE but a ,blend of 'all three !. .. ; '



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'''taU. doctor ,

,. Gcit'Wlfh friends' lh. ; .Ct 4

or .Leant( someone In hurry r Sliced Bacon 49c , Newest, most -different,


:. 'Tlrt true,"tIla. of your telephonB can!IM mrnurejdly toost downright delicious treatIfo

, \ I' .tnlhe many different wart It serves you-in LOCAI0.ILldD DAILTFrpg Ns Aria, '

alb convenience and pleasure U adds to daily We, >oftheyearTifly&kesofu$0&grai > w.... -'
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1 1,. Your telephon..mrelilDel"l'alDII.( value Hay Wheat .and l = blended
: Chickens rye, .
ptry 1ay M the number bf rintSs and rvUUret you 59S.CmCRKN

' ,n Bell!!*eef*frowtof'1ar|_,,ad senrioe.fceeoeuwtf for cb II. / {
whh
ettr jadt> Uer. i.1 fcdldeti liottey, 'I ,.

I I"; Yet the coat .io low. Low &U eomMrUo| to wosllooeU I Ii out41ke' avor ,rou'll'c, !'Try 'UfIt

:: other tliiaga7a buy. ''Low oJ.'otIIIpen.oa.. see I

.j, of Mipftlylng. swyle& ,T.r..p.. ....Lilt poetr.Mse 'i 4t for toast *dcliciou"Try 4t

, lwe..ity4our hours every 4ay-4or. only a few Backs :Necks 23.

'.. today.VbMToavtortto. i or |.. Jot -saiidwichcs "> { : : MEAL'd

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y1 caber I.,1919. HOMBBflBAD' 'L'&> (1 iR'*T pn.E PI te'Tbrtt..1I : I.,,


Janice Lee Queen of Fete Hvfrtame Renters \\TflT Entertain Rotarians I hdNRirn' vwn rmrA M.Ana
.RerJland 1 WIOD
; Flayers Mi. fry sir bawflt of a .twSundaV wf 7G .
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I 'Which .K for Krwaim 4 dub attoeMit. w Ill lie MkLrridajr

Swells School Fund by $1,412) Cmdr J. &. Knowlea. kipper. of And Rotary Aim With Broadway Hits .b FM nlcht. Hov Qoiddi. 4, by Aaaembly theyounfpMp J '

. Janktt I the Miami hurricM detection air God The win be lived
\ le supper
wu crowned queen !tt'rtatftmeftt I
wony for *
el the nediand gjcftool carnival royal court war presented b, group, will describe the group I Bong aklU e4 medley. (TOMand I that tMa Mmmr IM had icon all on tile cnweh\ peas ,
,. uhlch dr w frMtinately. Jeeo grammar acbool groupiataged vAN act+*** far MM VlmWa. city KI- I c.wrefIt New Yerk .Mage. trite. swag. Owe ttA the plan. i....nni iil in, YOUR NEWKITCHEN : ; j
' I merrymakers mday night to fairy, clown gypsy .e1 wMt CMb at the UMtaV nlgM acted by name Man of MI. the theta |ire eM(4 and tM thought wrrs staged".
clear $1.44111 tor the Behoof! baton twlrliftllCla. dinner meoUaf FrWay, .*. .. I ...'. Station WIOD. provided. theflltHtalllt UM NdwM bad "mlaiid a (* dtt LM H. Lehman, president .f
general fond. The! fund It er"I The' Tee 'AH at Propoilng-- 'In the Parkway Cmdr Knowto i AM In not havfac' clltHYft'14 the the notary Club, presided att\ '
marked for eNtool need not M p-I from will be accompanied: by a pftM at the Rutty WHK talent fecfor fhelr. plays dinner
the rave mm to the niedirsswainwas ...., et tile Homettoad fularyclub
J>lied br the school) board,explain and who will ,
demlwtrttd in fMI a inuUaiolinnot apeak
Wedfiewtoy' night hi Pittway -
y Wnc+pal W E Ri" Five
nun.4red I big show .presented by Ktett J, on their aooeiallaed work. Reitaurant. ,t
dollar of the "ralv l I'Them.t' ssphewe., cites. Door piiaea\ will be given. I
t, money will be u.ed0 complete: The performer were Mary
payment of the epochal II'UVltlel1 Orare, Bob Lynn and Bob Barrie.The '
but bought by the school two Hilarity Marks Annual Halloween numbers they tirewnied .were! Just A ReminderRefrigerator
jean ago from the N*, I, No. had "Go Si'
Mia Lee, tntmber te senior Party of lledland Lions and WivesAmong Broadway MU: 'Couth I'IIriftt.*
*.I.! ** and daughter of Mr and Kin Me Kate" and "Him Lib-!
Mr. Curia E Lee of Gouldi, war ..-t,", Jim LeGate, director !of
escorted by Fred Ramsey. Her hltarioui tvenat\ ti* quartet Rang eclectlona.Mr Station WIOD, wai Matter of I
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, ladle-In-waiting were Jeanette I Redlnnd tNMfkt Lions Clw';j .*. Cecil Deist general chairman teremonwe. I -
I Ott, Lena Sapp Dorothea Turner Tucxky was aMlitod !by Mrs C. EEichenbergrr The WIOD players gave an I 'i I
IbiUoween staged
Margaret Wilson, Margaret Dell- I purty I Mm, A. W. HutchInxon inspired perfnrmanc At.11* ronrl -I
1 inger and Louise Smith. A silver : by the wives of club members was Mr. D. A. Ruff Mr. T. E union, the program thalrllml.J J
cup and a bouquet of long-mem- I. putt chew put on by Wilttr I,jKlrby and MH Robert Lance Rotarian Preston B. Bird, did'
med red rose* wen presented to Vein. a. Or Walter Q Blowhard 1 Service '
i j MM queen in the coronation cere of the niowJkl BubU4 Cent i

Corporation Hew a1 MiKted M':
Service Club Observes Mrs B, Heath Moiden and sad ,
Raymond\ Hipp Arthur Smith :,,'
A I t Soroptlmistcr Night won a doughnut eating rorAral FRYER'S 38cib.Dressed
j i SoropUmUter night on Oct. 24 and was rewarded, with a big bag Radio ServiceNow
of the lime Mill Sylvia. Ifernelpresented .
was an evening of fun for member
a reading, and a mintVisiting
i of the local women* tervlN

guests club who their asiembled SoropUmistera for a supper and- Nurse Service if desired for 15c. available as tfell ns IUllQJ@t'lt)fjt-cJ6 1JsY

meeting center 'Ith.. Redland'garden Is'Seen for South Dade) (N. drilveriea at thU. ark*.) :J .MI1LLlNS''' ,

Self Introduction by way of Visiting nurse service for (heRcdland Electrical ContractingAppliance
the hobby rout brought wit and District will be made
laughter Bingo wai glorified by ponHble by Uw achievement of tilt QT irr mm to plea 1"lf.... "deers. llkhese
clever Tenet and other tnacrlp $1004400 goal In the Novcmbtr FRESH EGGSGathered Sales & Service Jj with beauUtuL wet aeade Young tows kitcbea,
tlona attached to the pr rte and Community Chest Atfr* accordIng .ail.*.
read by the awarder Mn to Chester M.'Wtielht: pred4. P" j .
Eleaiw" Froacher' Mrs W. K.Wiltoa dent of the Milting N.1.110. ) ( 3 times dally) Replete| ynur sank with a gleaming inmfine) (
called"the 'numbers Mn. elation The plan would?bane1 the aid Kltrhenaklrr"with a4d.ledstingpaecelals .......
Jat ,W English was dinner chair- service In Homcitead where one At Less.Than Storage Eggs! aM top dish and 'kt-table spray well|>Unur4Vawwa .
111I.... nurse would be on constant duty ,/ sad. ........ apa e.
( Home
Water
TIM speaker at Monday'* luncheon and other would be on roving System
'meeting at Paaco'l will be alignment northward to South a.c-. year worVI"| space with a contlnuona
4t" pave'P of tabletop cabuieU.' Faq to iiutall without
Acting PMtmmter A. V Phillip Miami. ryg: ALSO HAIR e Sales & Service -odtlilll.. 1 '

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(f" ii TAT liENS, DUCKS, and YOUNG TURKEYS UN your.vH spans' with! ipariooi conrratrat r Urti '
... Oiat watch the oilier uniU and lit. hM'lecU,1Ia
RAISED ON Wlat Utcke \ .
Light My
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Breakfasts.tf ;," at
|Cans_bi today.and Imlc '
.i and PRINT BAGS, 2Sc each. An designs, I Low lA&Y PAYMENTS

T 'BENSON ELECTRIC CO. -
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Hot Plate Lunches J
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Isle Of Pine Grapefruit
, Oldest,' ettabllihed electrical contractors In the Itedlandi,
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j Ship'Home a Basket Princeton, Fla. Phone 412 >HOH tftl JtioHfciTEAb. FU. I
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1i, I Sandwiches at all hours +.*t ., $1.25 1/2 BUSHELGreen's i I' ..


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t' It ; \ H the futurel! For the New llud- down" design provide the lowest 'A k to_the tguraa from National Auto ,
'.: Iri", --- son 1 if I the future-thanks to iU oanter of gravity T American: mobile Dealers KicUtiaa OfflcUl U.M| '
\ . .. .. .J unique "step-down" dflaign! '' lock car-y t then full road' 'Cat Uulda Hook which' prose that"at* -
\ clearance, Reeult eafeet. riert down" designed New Iludaone eonunandtop .
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little "more", but the moat offourbigadrantagapeopIewant
real. proof II truck value) New that vper. Juat

" ......tai gel Hi)....,Key reUy wed,ChevroldAaVoetceDeilajn 'the moat in motoring . the moat Make your date with tomorrow.1 NEV/ '
Find out for younelf why of the
: r' trucks" eve telHng new sates. i ; Geary 'roomiitat. ntd-ivcrttUnat than
I' mere quarter-million owns .
i 'receral every ..... Mere end' ) more buyers We I ,. end iUv fuf ptrformaiu*. Yea.rilyIn little New Uudaon. 130,000,..
: .. Hodeoa do yti get the prtcMoaidranUgM people who hare ear of HUDSON:
, I: litl Hng en the newer, the comfort end fetyrhey of "itep-dotm" dodge other makee to own thL eidtinfautomobile.
I I ti get .la Chevrolet They Gee Chevrolet's -AfeVAlMMKSIGN TRUCKS -the' hula ImproTtment that YouH be, :delighted;
; rvgged feed Leki. the way Chevrelel Mocks .aakee eo much ettra value poeaible. too, with the deal you eaa mu*on 0ftU' tAlI WITH IlYm., "

.......their h."Hnltob.( with such lew epereHng faXlflffftrUVAtYt. J AD 'tMOMH '. 'MAFIfltAOM VHOH9tUttCH tend Take roed-VDrthhwet for maple a yean-ahead New liudaon! -- uuiH vw

f apkeei. ..,........lii feel ''they like ..... e SYNCHtlVMfSH T1AMSMBSIONS e HITfOtO IIAI oJ ,

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returned tram spendm: the summer I and Befrltwralkw of Horldaatotfos of fruit In experiments with I IOrothen magnesium and manganese.
Leader- at their tonnes borne .to and AvoeMloaDr. Olobe tomatoes t Dr Con- I Residential Commercial
Enterprise Orove City. Mb...a.. ,* I J. J. Oohae aa4 CbM. M. Ones ever reported. Plants were set out, -
r-w .I. 1111I 20 Years Ago .T. >< Xlrby bat returned from of the MBtvtfMjr also will be onsA Mov IT, tHt. and treated with J
Belu.... .n 11 different fungicides 11 time OFL.nissealmats. Construction and Additions
paper on a poasible new drug at weekly intervals beginning on
A. .... MbM Mp.54ialp ..__lIMo Ash na o4v a.a.-aw e...a.q... M// a.r-sees d ..../ "Allen Diarte Neal Oroeery I, aadetaat, has returned menagecof I plant. fer Seuth Florida wiU bepreamted Dee T In spacing teals, "' -....-!
1.. n..wbr M Vv.- ear la.4 by H. F. Looms of the row planting distance of 12 Inches' Tree estimates Licensee' and Isuereet.
; .. ...... .. from a visit with hie parent to KARKOTEUNDEKBODT
a.d... '-ow. J. ... .nFLORIDA U. S. nan Introduction Garden proved superior In total yield of
:t&A= .II. II".r. .....mni nil ...001...>.>."./V "1544.M ... I 11,1Itnd. II Chapman field and one on HI bushels an acre and marketable
Tr eMwMAU ......* SIM. II. ISIS. "lye" see stewing 'to Chtna by WenItoua yield of 1110 bushels an I
Mu IIOMII I > CITY Chen of University of acre. Bruce batchelor
I ......... Dr Ruehle reported on his win1
BUSY rtaaeu.. =IM.OKM 11I11"tll! IIIfIlIIIIllfIIirullllipllfl"A / (Continued from ..... One) I let trials of tomato varieties to rKOTECTION 166 N.W. 18th St. l>>h.2J -\v
Florida City reddens art proporttonately STATION determine their resistance to fusarium .
'" II ro.t..w.Il,.. I 20-pound wild cat WM that taxed Joe school upkeep wilt. No outstanding strain
I. lIMo OMMTI I :J.I'"I. i iS "I0t0IaW0 and killed In Hunter's Hammock and are entitled to propor' (Continued from Page One) was found in the test, he reported, Stops Underbody
.luw L.ii, NI 1..111I south of Florida City by a bunting llon.1Ivlcel.. lit per cent plus effective In eradl- and the only two varieties considered Made-in-Homestead
M*. ..... I .I... tit party composed oChas. Iw- It charted. that "the school sating aphids and W per cent worthy of further test Rust, Rattle and Rot
I log C' M Barr ". A. B. Milton, trustee hat not kept filth with effective In eradicating leaf miners were Step 80, a UStIA line earlier Ready-Mixed Concrete
a.,... r .w..t ..is aud jaMMMat K. W Barrow. Miller Martinis Florid City, but has condonedthe than the Rutgers, and Early Mar
I M.la II 1151, :::. .. Mw Clyde Whitlock and fell Maddo merger of the school without In tomato spray tests, DDT war ket. In the spring trials Step M. Applied under boo, fenders, andConcrete
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r' ..."... a rte4 .. consulting Florida City realdenU" 99 per cent effective against I USDA line was found best in floor and chases Keeps new
"Mr. and Mr.*. OIM. II Stffanl The revolution protested the pro worms on the early crop and 100 gray wall and wilt teits, and cars new and old cars young.. Blocks
4 and children Ann. and Noel, I posed bus transportation on the per ('enon the late crop, he said Lakeland second best Dr. Ruehle
Moonlight Nights left lor Washington D. c., upoareceipt grounds of Inadequate ihelteri at Parathion and toxaphene proved reported also on results from Order your KarkoU Job Immediate Delivery Anywhere
of week of the accidental the proposed! bus stops and traffic more effective against leaf miners machine-sprayed fungicide tests now.
By Anal. ....'11"' FlU-strlck death of Mrs fcteffsni mother. :dangers on U S. I which has been on the early and late plantings. on Bliss Triumph potatoes Concrete Inc.
Moonlight nights arc made for Mrs, LavlnU Johnson The>> other,I at'.m.tludDe.11' Alley. I Use of dlthane solutions to control Mr Malcolm, reported on tomato Supplies
romance Steffinl cMMrea, Miry, Ruth, A stronger resolution ls ex gray leaf spot produted {her1 and potato experiments with
The mocking bird knows It M Katharine Helen and Charles re. petted to be adopted tonight by I fertilizers containing varying Texaco One-Stop ....1... seed Phone lit
he flings his song mined et h_ .- the Klwanls Club Arbogist tald:
To the III,... The most prosaic "Msrjorle Sullivan and Billy yesterday Station .
of loversUnderstand Brothers won prices lot the moil Teacher of the school Is Mrs
Benson Electric Has
It as they stroll novel costume' at a icvehth grade Carleton Singleton, The other I
along Halloween party held .t the home teacher, Mrs. E Z. Thomp'on
r Time and place have nothing to of Or sod Mrs J B Tower? ." resigned to complete work at the Philco Appliances E. IL DONE* SON ,
do with It. "Mrs. J. B Tower, president of 1, University of Alabama for a degree N Kreme A.... Homestead -1
May be the tropics where the the Homestead P. T A, and MrtV In elementary education. f Prlnoetee 1 Ph. 411 i
I moon hangs low M. Orennrll, manager of Jhe 'I ;
Or where It sails coldly high and chool cafeteria' attended I meet.log KROME INSTITUTE
clear In Miami to discuss hot I
Above fairyland of frost and ." I
/ a school lunches
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snow "Mr, and Mrs Benjamin) Left I Mealybug Control by Dr. D. O.I Ij
of New YOlk City are visiting In Wolf bar.er, entomologist 1
Florid I'. wont fire _Inn begins O..ul'\I| with Mr and Mr* Abra-I Mr. Lynch and Roy Nelson,
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Nov. I and lasts through ham Hush>> I Homestead member. of the unl-
March, but It pays to be careful' "Ulrlc Free Jill returned from verilty horticultural' staff, will ,
I with fire in the woods at all\ a business t trip to Baltimore and 'read Mango Budding'! Margaret
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') Aasoagj those In attendance alOM Max Leaner, president el FlratNattonal Mr. and' Mrs A. R.eM........ Mr. Md. Mrs rnmk W. MUlm IU IIeahII. of tIIIIt ...... .r. :with her father Ashley M. Prlteh-
Male. aeimbly. of the Chun 1 Bank of martini and ton tad three BMM move returned ymerW train' k trip* ... ...'...,... ftI ard Mn Diaper and Mn, Frank
j '. 4 the Naureo .last week In Miami Dade County key banker tar tM... tti. MtiBta.tppl. to ModeMs where. the MNMtalM. ef .North Carolina home recently tram leer, India Benmker *,p nl Tuesday vial ngi
In and Around were Mr. Mid Mrs Jeaeela> Florida Banker A eoclaU derwood Mr. and Mrs Clayton .last week lor San Fraexieco te wiaa ass nillinii. Mr. He*. '-1..
Underwood Mr. and M.... Jtoy attend the Oct S Nov I ... .....eii la wMcpto .Hmee .. ; art Mr. end ., ,
inmost Mr. and Mra J HBeo. venUon of the National BankeraAieociaUon ... .. ew atbNen1M, Mrs W. P. Ftnley. of Birmingham mw li. "r Mr and\ Mri.C
Prlmruae Draper, who liajMMfni r Wilt' were Mr WaM-
auo Mr. and Mrs C. T. Aader. After the meeting. torn Sarasota. to Hollywood & roii, ucplicw and ..... Mr. and
Homestead aon Mr. and Mrs Ralph MMhla Mr. Leaner pawl to visit to Loaf X. ... Roberta'"" retwmed Menday hen Aenk R Wwt rh
U vMUng here Ihlt' weak Mrs W. W. IJauey of Miami
Mrs Ella None, Mrs Lessees Beach, Cal, wtth Me aw and from KMak mess where he Aced lumed riiMntf treea eejhl waste
J Murray, M.... Curtis Anderson, dau......-..- .w. Dr. and Mra.Inrtftg Masse Oct. II vlelted. bit tether,. of paNe weenie tor. the Itod. c ... -
M.... C. E. Hodfea, Mrs Lynn Leaner, and their .WfM C B. Roberto who had suffered.. She apent flve weeks In Urban.
Pvt Nicky Sincere of the U. S. Russell Lounabury, M.... Robert Lance Ion, Gary I heart attack DL ad .three wka it UnlverIty -
Kay of Tampa
r popular and Mrs,. Den Benson HeapiM to Oklahoma City.MM .
t Occupation Forces/ .Japan U ,
from iwguperatlnl secretary of the Florida Press 101..... Robert Haw of Davenport here 14 Smith. of Coral WMt WM formerly publlt BRANCORInc.
eye Injuries re- Association,
trims truck ; was a Homestead Mrs J, R. Brooka and Infant la, and t_th-eld awn, Gabled event several days here health Mint la Dade County.
lulling accident: He visitor T.......'... '
daughter Mary Beth were returned Money Gale are expected to recently: ai I house guest of Mn.
I II ear of )Ir. and Mn. Roy
a of Homestead 1 1 home this week, from arrive today to vWt at the home Anne FouUu ..... Dill Httka of AM. Oa,
1 t neon I County CommUiloner and Mn. .Jackson Memorial Hospital of 14.... HouM'a parent, Mr. and the former MlM Rah Waeore' Hock and Concrete ProductsRead
.. I Preston a Bird spent the week. tot.... a W. RevelL Mrs. II. ... Campbell returned li Visiting here with her parent,
Pvt Walter Yates who baa been ;end In Cuba. Mr. and Mrs Ceo. Willltmi of tail week after I visit with rela. Mr. .and Mrs Roy Sinoort.
stationed at Camp Cha f fee. Ark., < Orlando, former Homestead real- Mra. Fred Suber librarian of sets In Kentucky '
will leave Sunday for Fort Bliu, '. llepry Crewdaon. retired chief dents visited Homestead friend Lily Lawrence Bow Library li Mr. and Mr*., CoMma Bommarta .. (Read'. Seek Reek Pen'......Reek.
tBlMIRerk
Tex., after a one-week furlough engineer for the American YlacoieCo recently, attending some of the sessions of Mr. and Nut Hooper Jr, and eon have med Into a
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her at the home of hla parents, teak arrl"ed0 Mn Mn.Crewdaon the American: Library Association of Miami were weekend guests their new. borne at 142 N. K. Second Concrete Illotai till
I .. Mr. and Mrs W. R. Yates at the' N.' Krome' ave. Ralph Cutler of Myrtle Conn., convention In floridian Hotel at of Mr. Hooper'l mother, Mrs eve.Mn. ,
t family borne 'Wtiit'hhr, purchased was I caller Monday at the homeof Miami Beach Laura Hooper.
I. | Mr. and Mr Adloph Lopei are from MaJ. and Mn- Herbert Mr. and Mrs .J. A. McNelU. M. A. Terry mother of We Deliver Anywhere
parent of a aeven-pound daughter Kat.&. Mr. and Mra. .Joe Mitterer have Mr.'Inet Mrs Ed Anderson and M.... John Oadway, has gone to
": born Oct. 23 at James Archer Mr. and M.... O. B. Parker are returned to their home on Silver ion. Ronnie, plan to spend the Merrlmac, M..., to visit her
I Smith Hospital Mr. and M.... W. L Perkins expected home early next week Palm dr. after spending the summer week-end with relative In Bak eon-In-taw and daughter, Mr. and
'l .f have returned to their home In troT Henderaonvllle where they In Spring Lake N. Y. ley, Ca.Mr. Mrs. a .J. &1.....
M.... Lena Unk. It recovering Wilmington Del., after a week'i Spent the lummer. BRANCOR Inc.
f 'Mrs. W. B, Mllli of Homestead and Mra. Weaton The .John ,
from an Illness that has kept her vlilt here with Mr. Perklni' brother Jimmy Rev and Mrs McKay
I 4' I In .James Archer Smith Hospital and tliter-ln-law, Mr. and MnJ. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Klaer have has gone to Alexandria, Va., to of Coral Gables were guests and eight-year-old. daughter,
f aince last Saturday. . D. Perkina.ff arrived from Maiden N. C. to recuperate at the home of a Tuesday ot Mra. Ann Foulk. Katie Beth hive arrived In N. k mUNMNBTWl. JB. .......
spend the winter here.Miss brother Dr. llayne Kendrlrk, afteran Princeton when Mr McKiy It 'PAUL o. roaMtui'B' tir. +.._ K, r. "UOKIMIN' awTi***, IM.. Men
operation she underwent last Mr. and Mix John Cardillo and pastor of the Princeton Church of
Eva Deity of Llncolnton, week In St Luke Hospital In New family have returned from Cheater the Nazarene On account of the Hock Tit on Red I and Hd., S. of Monry I'h, 419

N. C., arrived yesterday to spend York City I N. Y. to apend the winter at ............NaNMM...........
the season ai a house guest of Mr I their home at II S. B. Second ave.
! I II and Mrs R. D. McGlnnla' Mra. H. Wahlen, her daughter JAMES: ARCHER IMm.IIOSrlT.L .
Mn June MiJ'mi' and the M.)l- Mr.. and M.... Stanley Duiak "IWI
Mr. and Mra. Philip Natoli and ma daughters June and Ida all have returned from Maiaachu
daughter have returned from of Brooklyn N. Y., were Home-, pelts to firm here again this Nana no aaaa..................
Oswego, N. Y., to spend the win. dead visitors! last week Mrs lesson Births JALOUSIES
I ter In Florida City Wahlen and Mra. Majlma are interested -: To Mr, and Mn Chas Turner
I In Inverting In local Mn. Either Barnette li itill In .Jr.,
a on on Oct. JO.
I Mr. and Mri H H. Graham of property Dado County HMplUL To Mr and Mn Robert Sawyerof
faranja are expected to arrive I South Miami a daughter on
I home Sunday after a alx-month I Oct 21.

. vacation' trip. After spending Open 24 Hours A Day To Mr. and here Truitt For. Glass Wood
mine time at their new lummer tenberry of llomaileud a daughter : I"
home In Cullauga, N. C., Mr and LUNCHES PACKEDFor on 0.... 31
The early Creek physicians believed that Mr. Crahaam visited relative In To Mr. and Mr. Cha Cunningham '
Baltimore, Oklahoma City and Early-rising Fiihcrmcn.
of Itedland a daughter on
k was not poiiibl for a mm to enjoy perfect e points In Texas. Oct. 25Medl"al.
hey kb inlet be carefully organized his life T Good Sirloin Steaks: Chops, Shrimp, Aluminum
this This Mr, and Mr Richard Hlckion Golden Fried Chicken palm Mn Bv.ale
liogle objective
accomplish
.1 of Naranja were among thoae who Cast Mn. Edna Oakley and Al-
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4. meant the meticulous ordering of each day attended the week-end homecomIng GLADES RESTAURANT vln Johnson of homestead; surgery :.

'IIi \ Proper nutrition, exercise, and rest were and football game at Unl- patents,, Roy IVcplei of New Huilding Construction!

"'s;, .perfectly balanced.Phyilcil conitilutioo, verity of Florida. Princeton, Eugene Fontaine. of Repairs and Additions.. Under I'M I.A.
Redland Mrs, Irving Paul of
17* 8. KBOME AVE, HOMESTEAD
'\; age, and even the seasons of the year were considered. Col. and Mra. R. L. Welpton! Marathon und 101..... Laura Graham Ventilated Awning Shutters'

} j For a man of affair<< such a regimen li out of the que. recently were recalled from Guam of Miami.
by the serious illness of Cot
: J tlon. When your work li done, you play and eierciM Welpton'i mother, Mr. Mabelle -

': when you can. But this little you can do. See your familypbyiiciao Welpton of Omaha Neb. The WANNA BET I Mention I Electric Ha N. Contractor
senior Mra. Welpton made her George McHugh
r lent Follow bit advice. In That leather ixket yen paid M much, for wu prebaMy
at once Cass
t year. home here with her and iioxroiNTA1TMANCKS
'Io IOn put away soiled .but RprlnrJ Bet It has white mildewed ,
medication .U required, we art prepared to serve you daughter-in-taw before CqU Welp. spate. dry apob and arufrrd-iip. apeU-maybe a tor-
t: j. ,,promptly and economically.AIR on'i recall to lervlce.: coded or broken alpprr. n frayed knitted enffi. and CISCAVNE RI\E Til. IIUMLSTEAD "..a
waist band. All of which I'h. 411
N we oaR get filed for r." rrlnrelon

CONDITIONED Mra. E. J. Deal I I. visiting in All garments insured ag nat theft, fire and water . .
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lendertonvllle at the home of amlnlaw damage while I i our possession


I 1 .,Glades Prescription Shop! Mrs Mr.A.and F. and Barber Mra.daughter Werd'Claney Jr. Mr and of TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS NO MORE' CLINGING DIRT OR GRIMESSrr"T


HOWARD JOHNSON fh. O s Itlnnewta are making their.homeIt S.E.rintAve. event .
_,t. "" II NKso a A... Phew $4r 13 N. W. Sixth it 211 i HhTiWpg tLAA1g"M tit'"
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Adrian Jacob pent the week
end fishing In Everglidei.Vlllfred EI rwrreY.

\ 11 \ A. Morrlne who hat

/ returned from Erie, Mich., to engage gdayx9lA>L 'r"st" v r
In farming here this season i
expect to be Joined by Mri Mor
t rune ai lOOn ai he obtain living riI
accommodation
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Vlilton to the arc this week'
e Included Sherman Atwood of t
f' e Fort Lauderdale L. P. Artman of
rScratch Key West and Robert Satkett of
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Feed Laying Mash\ week.Glade was a vliitor here lilt ,they .et''m'


25' lb. bag .... ..., .99( '
;I o)""! lb. b ag ..............$119 R. R Scholwalter returned yeitertay -
: 100 Ib. bag .., .. ..$3.93'
to Wichita MORSPWfRWhatever
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l00 l lb bag ...... 3 a trip

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Daily Dog Meal Mrs Gretchen Lee Gas, left to t
25 lb. $1.17 ,
, bag .._ visit relatives In Salt Lake City, FARMING +
I 100 lb. bar ...$ .59 5 lb. bag ..19cI Utah. wrAAhtut ''
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Ann Page MAYONAISEPint marine engineer, hal arrived In type ot! tractor you drive, '

Jar ......._.......;.>......33c Homestead to make plan for your Standard Oil dealer or route

,Quart. .,.-.... ......59c I moving here. .: salesman can supply you with a fuel
-- Du Pont House( Paint
Ann Page SALAD MUSTARD\ Mr. ana Mrs Ceo. better have. designed to develop the maximum :
moved from T13 N. W. Fourth performance the manufacturer built ol

.6 oz. Jar ............-...;f..8cr : I a" to 111 N W. Sixth itII.LARNAUD into the motor. : : relwpq .

lona TOMATOES\ Crown und Crown Extra easolinef qr. Cleansitself/;

No.t.2 can .........._......w..t: ......12c: I step up the' power of gasoline burnIng ,

I. \ JEWEL OIL .' i ilW tractors-handle peak loads In ese *L5 "_ ewe- .!* Houaw painted with Du Pont favor when you specify Du ron

1 Pin ',........._........._.....................25c II S. Kreaae Ave.Watchmaker full stride. eixsanaek.s: 1 M w w< white 1'10.40 at Outaldo the ,slut whit but are more, jjjjjjnj If the lurfMe \II ban wood or
t hobadly wmtliured point make
certain
Quart, ....-..-...............49cNutfey and Standard Tractor Fuel is an economical ,.. portant, they tote white. Du punt a prime coat of,new DM Font
Jeweler outstanding, power packedfuel .\' y 40," owing) { unique eomU- Home Taint Primer U apptrt MBMuree

I OLEO ..... ...19c '... Parker for "distillate" burning tractors. notion of pigments and opt, actually .. maximum adlieeion riper.
chaise itself. . alwda
dirt and
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Arm**". . CAKESr Standard Diesel Fuel is a clean burning dust with every heavy rain. Normally $ .59

PURE LARD IJi Ibf. '...,..............$U5 I Jewelry Repairing uniform, complete, combustion this "&Il premises. .
on .... _, In a few month. on moat urfacea.
1 lb. ."............18c: 3 Ibs. ...._.......-.$2.45 I I fuel for diesel tractors. w:: ea as oaww i.-.d However excessive lOOt or heavy

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'emit a* copper meaning may In.
'ABB Fate White Ilewe' Made for more power to your farming. a1 terferewitboed.Iaythoproosm. Rtilir Fading

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'!t,," TTOHETTEAD .L'mADER-ENTERPntaE 'Friday, October 28, ISP

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MONDAY 1VIm TROGRAM\ ON CERAMICS
; r r r r r night I. .the I time( I
'Social Events in South Dade -
Horn***** FMld i< !the place
1si i Spaetmen *f m....... and W.'t fAttlllj 7Rrt RlutIII I, Mn the Halloween costume I ball to

pottery mode by her Mesa tt# Howard M. Perkins, Mr C. E given by the Woman's Crab
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homemaker In the technical trig Elchenberc, Mr Paul Worley UeaMMtea4, to help pay off 2'

_fff ,. KEV. GEORGE'UARRrss.RICKB1lAURJES: MALLoWITwv *TTuwsT I 'Ef MP.WRIGIIT''WEDDING' SOLEMNIZED 'school In tluunl were howm b:| Mr. W. J. Otrk, 'Mrs. W. T. ((M>houa* bakrtSs.
arr ru>- mvruat'cum:: I 11 Mr A. E. Drvllle Mon)Uy-t th4 Cody and Mr Zdw. Walker. The University of Miami J Jchaitra

1_' SARAH DUDLEY'WHPfMORE'IIVNASUYILUTM : Matnbar of ''DIe T *4tryOi iCJilb THURSDAY IN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH !opening meirtng ef MMTiaeleedAH Quest Included Mn ElizabethEllott'Mm'W'W'FeMvvs'Mrw will will begot play at for 10 the o'clodi dojwMrh .

are framed to wear'thejrolden \ Club. The meeting Rev Oeorg Harrtu Rick School to Richmond'Ta.Th Clothes add their'roort'groteryw Mrs Emma R. Wright and the Rev. Frank L. livery pastor at the home e f John T. iP7w-tield j U U YeMtfton, Mien Eld La the farmer officers' club Haut
of aflaml Shores took M fits bride bridegroom I* a former husk for 'the club nllotrem -' Joseph 3. Q. Kemp, both of Flor- Dr. and Mrs Carl F. Robinson Olbbona who' ** daughter, Mies I Fttra and IMlM Nanette Smith MIl costume t II optionalSale
Miss Benh| Dudley 'Whltmore'c.f' moderator if'at'JaWa'o" presbytery party'to'be'b' .ld-at'710: \ 'l Jda City, were united to marriageat of Homestead were attendants of Helen FtUOfobon. vis *'hostel: ..
Thomasvllle, N. C., In a ceremony and Immediate part president Saturday evening in Sacred: Heart I o'clock: Thursday afternoonIn the brldit couple.After All tn the'hostess groui were' rraunr. rara
'y performed yesterday In Fin of Greater Miami. MlnilterUIAaseolailosi. rtubnouM. 'A "PrO.... W 'Hal Homeitead Presbyterian a wedding dinner, the Mrs ''Robert J. Weiiterman 'tad
Presbyterian Ckurcti of N..vWa.1 ... served two term loween fun'latKrtng )1...... Church The service VM read by bride and bridegroom left for I M,*.'Den Archer '
Mr. Rick*, parlor of Mliml Shore, ai chaplain 6f Ih. Miami short honeymoon wlthtn the atota. !
a Preabyterlan Church, mad his Club and U a director Upon their return they will make Classes. Mr*. Devllk explained,
horn her for MVCMI yeanj when Family Servle Borneo OV'I INA )IAE'.WALKUP'AtiD; BARNEY f AVANT'WICL'WED'IN their home on Palm av, hi FlorIda are open to Uiterettod gdult far
t he hid chart at Homestead< member ..fbe Haven I City the nominal'tultlon charge of one
Presbyterian Church. advisory board. After JUNE IN KENTLAND, INI>, dollar a term, and dtyHgttt er

ri i Th. wedding vows were read by an A. B.Degree from I II WHITE ELKTBAWT MITT evening hours can be chosen. Tooschool's
I*. J. Harry Whit more, father of virally and a theological degre I The engagement of ./.... ,Ina early 'In June In the Methodist HELD BY REBEKAIISMn. I lOlm, on of the beat In Ro.SE $ USlliIES
the bride, aailited by Dr. Walter from Union Seminary, Mr. RMkiUd Ma Walkup -or 'Kentland, Jnd, Church of Kentland. the South, cm be heated to 1700
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Selma Reil hostess to degree, she
R. Courtney, Music was'prevtte gradual work In Yale Divinity I rid'Homnued W'.nw,'Savant A nice of Mr, and Mrs Peter was laid. ,
by the church choir, directed by School and Union, McCr- Walkup ef Florida City, Mir I Liberty Bebekah Lodge at a white Mrs Devil!* told of the differ
Cyrus Daniel mlck and Louisville aemlnaraM.H of'Craig I* being .announced'fey Walfcup catn here In January. elephant party Monday night for ence between earthenware,* + Immediately after the cert I I. a eon of Mrs John A. Rick Mr." m4 Mrs tlwrms Wvlirap 8k .tI employed at an operatorat benefit of the L O. O. F. and Re- ware and. porcelain -and ihewet TKE-VICTOR PLANTING TROWEL "
I Many, the newlyweds were enter, Of MtanM' hor aid the lab Mr. of Kntland.fiare4 .f HM ......- the local\ telephone exchange bekah-old folk tome in Oalneavllle. ample of earn. Sb also earl '\rrni PURCHASE OF it BUSHES ','

talned .t.. reception .firm. by Rids of Oreenvfll. N. C ____ _to-b Th wedding-wlU take place and makes her home at the real scribed glatlng methods *
dean ef i Mr. Velma Green of Homemade cake, candy -and Mrs Helsterman, first vice- rThky.are.No. !
'W. Mowry it She ti a graduateof coffee were served 'to the 20 president, who presided is the They're BEST .Because:
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I r I I .x.nca.acIHIIh School. guests present Special recognition absence of Mrs W. 'a Cave,

: .ROOM MOTHERS OF'REDLAND' 'SCHOOL : Son of Mr. and Mrs Pete Savant war given anniversaries thai members occur whose In president, told <* current art exhibit 1 extra.heavy bu&hca,- yar-old'! ,
t of Scemmon, Kai, the future birthday In the Miami area -'and'of
: ; bridegroom WM graduated from October. exhibits planned for National field& "rcl\vlI,'disease-free, waxed, root wrapped,
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Mrs, K. J.'Morrluey Wit elected Mrs S.'COdum'Mrs.7laymondWarford'Mrs
o Mineral (Kani.) High School. Art Week Nov. -1' to.. She also .
hamp true!tto 1JETTEU than early-dug
chairman' of the Redland Schroom'moUiere : "T11'111 SMVer'MrsHr BARBARA JEAN SMITH ; name, ,
During the war, he aerved four announced the appointment '"of
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ate meeting bald O. ......."Mrs. Dowrid'Croal. : HONOR GROUP OFFICER: baches. '
one-half In the Mrs Frank >
the'homeobl and yen ArmyAte Hauiraan'is keeper of imn
Oct 20 Mra'G.o.'H.Cooper Mrs. pv Colburn, Mrs Lewis
Mlu Barbara 'Jean Smith / -
Tore, and 18 month of thus the club scrapbook '
; retiring. ehalrmn. Mra Noltage, 'MfI 'Oet'ld'N. ElcharMr of Mr. and Mr* Arthur .'
daughter .
U-( were spent In Africa and Yearbook 1
John Lee was appointed to assist. 'Wailer Baker Mr. JaneaHaggerty with" cover taiga ''ORDEt NOwiSAe'EACIi41A8!
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of Homestead, has been .
r' \ taly. 'lot II while, he was ata- D. Smith painted by .....,Helster
the high school mother, and Mrs naa were
NOm Don Mrs
'I Cooper elected aecretary of Phi\ Society,
tloned at Craig to which he re- .
Mrs W, L. Norms and ,Mrs J. A. Walter Petml D. Mn. i a K student acholaitic distribute at the mesttag.and II FOR 6
turned five yean ago to make his an honorary vote of thank wi given'to'thoae
Alexander anlat the elementary Thompvon, Mn. Robert 'Jtensch, Stetson University .\
horn rl'he'young couple plan to organization et I'
school room mothers Pr.. Mrs. Ronald& Broker Mrs.IW.'H. who had made the book, MraFrank
-when Mr. Savant Mini Smith li majoring mathe- ,
live In Craig
imlnary 'plaiti were mad for decider, Mn. C U Bible and Mrs, Webb Mrs. CIVil and Mr*. un rINK "
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; I. of a fishing lodge.Mr maters ,
' manager Helaterman.!
hrlstmi: activities and other W EJDoubetlfy.BOX '
event* 1n which the room mother A new guest book made by Mr*. 'Red 'Radian Pink Radiance.
will lend a hand. atrirLL! tmf I GLEANERS INSTALL MRS. II. A. AMAN I Heliterman and ve ct' for'fin fleet Etoile De HollandeRoure Editor McFarland
I 'Cake Ind'limeade wen aerved FiNANCI'rENNIS: COWTT CHURCH ROOMS time at this meeting was admiredfor '
AT ALL-DAY MEET IN Hi painted cover, Persian .U Mailer\ Brlarcliff
b the hottest.FnsehJ
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a help trance corutruitton of theme. Pink Delight .
'PolM tUa J
beside thoM men a mate.* tout at Silver Paint\ *. II. A. Amln'WII Installed tha Nell!, Mrs M. P. Wollam, Mn. Mrs Maud E.: !Chandler exilblted I
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loned. wan Mri J. M. Brown, Methodist Church, a boa'supper president of the Gleaner, a claw Katherine Fitzgerald, Mrs James four new paiatmgi and'i' 'tReb CohimbiaYEUXW wirrrE ,
will, be held'1ft "November by the of First Baptist Church, at an allay S. McCready, Mn. O. F. Redd large and colprful hooked rut '
If SHUT-INS I Young 'Adult TMtowsMtp/ i mem-- meeting Oct. 20 In the Sunday Mri. C. V, Barnes. Mrs E. Yer- Mrs. Webb'exhibited'two' i paintngs. -' :K, A. IVI torlaiMtCrtd'Ytllow
f ben decided It Vrecent ( CIIURCII GROUP at' use 'home ''Of! 'Mr. and Mrt Jr, wi Inducted ai first vice-: Whitt, and Mrs 'Xulp. Members Other'member attending ere
1 Howard CrouM. president; Mn. James B. Father- present, besides those mentioned, Mrs R. B. 'Brown, 'Mr. F. -J.Lottlch CaledoniaKonigin
and his daughter ''Carol played The 'group voted 4* tend t reef second vlce-preildent; MnI. were Mrs A. E. Paul, Mri. A. E. Mrs ,J. T. 'B. -'McEJroy, Luisc
"Whinnering Hope" and 'Home. potted'plant to Mr*.'Alfred''Hed* D. McGinnl. third vice-preil-I Smith, Mrs Virgil Lett, Mrs W. Mrs Kenneth Llnke, Mrs R. Av
1 Sweet Home In a harmonic aid berg'Who. It HI, and t nude plant* dent; Mrs James H. Roberta, Jr, T. McCpnnell>> Jr., Mrs L. R Ballard, Mre'Fairfield! Rock.'Mn.T. : TWO-TONS ,rOLTANTUA CLIMBING
: Il'COI'CIlon'\Nt. for a picnic to'be held'at'Baker't fourth vicepresidentMrs.; Rudy Bishop, Jr, Mrs Virgil M. Sprinkle J. Fitzgerald Mr*.'H. F.'Bulh-' PresJIIoorer Tioradora
Ice cream and cake wen Hauloverl; 'Mr. and Mn. Dlc| Simpson, aecretaryi Mrs H. V. and Mrs J. H, Drawdy. nell Mr. Cecil McOesky, Mrs
served '''.vore were tiny baskets Burrow hd charge M the Orro Jones aulitant secretary; and'Mrf. 'TiKsman 'CUMBER I II"CoMe
, filled with mIMa.' Group ibiglag usual<< service Mil Barbara tea. tfw., Barnes, treasurer ;JOIN SEMINAR
FOUR CHURCHES WILITO L ao le'.sagtago : slid-Yellow:
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of "Cod Be with" You rna We group Insulted ai group captalni were
Meet Again" closed the program. the November 'meeting" at het Mn. A- A. Homey, Mr, Howard BE HELD WEDNE!SDAY BY METHODIST Souer The ese-'Yellow Paul's'Scarlet
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Present, beeUe those 'men' home.: Sean and Mrs R. B. Rive Inc ... -
Boned, wen Mr. and Mr*. R. '& Light refreshment. wr aerved. tailing officer war Mr*. J. U An educational seminar! for the Intermlialon.
I Cave, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Baeem, Present, besides Moore men- Kulp, Sunday school auperlntrn- Yesterday Mr. E/ E..KIIIe.ani HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
of Florida
'( MrWMU, Mr. ,Dell .M.rgt., Uoald,"wtn 'Mr. 'and 'Mr '''OWyJei. dent Mr*. Amen and Mn. John women Homestead Mrs H. L. Brandenburg, directed ,
.... Cbta. O. MarMo.Wra."kUnhaPoOard. . ,)lr. I . Mr*.'E' P. KendrkK,'Btr*. Wood, 'Mn. ''Stanley 'Kito, Miss MtV Ioe. ieUiodlit>i lrurohei will be held prayer program for .womenol Homettfad, Fla. Phones 37 and 371
: May'lall'Mra 0 M. H.'Stevenson Mary tngel. OIIYID( "Wood. R. BZUW I Highlight of the Halloween dreapeeuow prom 10:30: to 3 o'clock Wednesday First Methodist Church. A covered
1 Mrs. 7. R. TJDrMy, 'Mn. 'Le/ er, Vhic'Yttd.MLCMa-Johlw 'wai a trig pumpkin wMI In Flnt Methodist Church of 4Ufc luMh_.....* carved. .. !
( ,, ..... i t wlnhfW; 1tlo.1tIpbel ....w.. if dMA, .."i ""ewe 'tJjb l 0 11..1 I ,,1 1*" N.."., 'II present JPfa&fto\ dish lunchf! tdreJJ'a.'\ Brown .will'b* 1IoeI I , .
Sybil Robert and H. P. Kendrick Special guests were M.... Mats .eon will be served during the noon tell to the'Woman' 'Auxiliary of I ;
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i! i ') : \ INSTALLED' BT SOCIAL>NARAIRNF'OROEFS'lbt 'Mxrrcros; BET SL 3:30: John'Friday:Epsicopal afternoon Church, Nov. ,at t;

r' ''I Friendly OM of' Home- 'Special'' Purchase I when Mrs..x-: Lehman will) 7.2 Cu. Foot
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: ALTAR'SOCIETY< toad Charcb.! .the' ,Nturen lead tkedevoHonsl aervlce.-PlarU
t' I III In vita* yeuog murrted'eattend .* to : will be completed] for-the society1!
f; i; Its session ''" '10'o'clock TURKISH:, TOWELS annual Ckrlatmaa.flift bazaar to 'Philco?

J On behalf of the society, Father( Sunday 'roomings. Mr. and Mr* i be 1Mt1c1', Dtc. I. ; ,j Refrigerator'
o r Jack'Stepp'will have charge of
Manning presented a. gift to Mra
.. Brainier, retiring presi the monthly social:\ and builneia SI'.OO'LB.WEBBER Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Robert wn
Inspirational talk were meeting of the clan"'on'Nov 11 host .recently at afamily dlnnei Model 793:-7.2 cu. ft in addition to freezer locker.

I .. by and Father Mn. Bnmier.Manning, II,.'. I,1 at"th-i1ty'prk.The teacher I*: Mn. r. ,J. SI*. & WOLLAM I Fred party Rhode attended\ Mr.by and Mr.,Mrs_.MHI Frets "Shelves adjustable every'two 'inches.

'Thirty-two WIre present alibi. ClM*'' (lleer'are: OarUn Whit, Rhode, Jr., Mr.'and UrfclMmaRhode
j I : president; Mra. 'C' 1s.' Chamber, 25 South Krome Ave. *, .11 at ,iHomestoed-eAd
v \ ; Tie society will 'iponeer' I ',vice-president; Mn. Von D* (Levlngton Bid,.) Mrs Clifford 'Tltmt and n, Payments 'as Low;as 2.2Q Weekly
; : bean Mipper'from ISO: to T Wee.e, eecrUq'and'Mr.; 'Veri Philip. of:' J4am1. -{
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i AA"I; .. clubhouse. The Vou gf'*'''''' Society SPECIAL XMAS OFFER I' ; I II
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II 'I' LEONHARDT ::1 of the community are invited t Ie CONSERVATORYannounce 8x10 OIL-PAINTED PORTRAIT
I'' OFMRS.: McGINNB the Haowe"part* .to t lb* 'hU
Choir ef I rreof *"*
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tltloft to the honor.,Xn.. tn Naranak] Jn. ,Slepp ll presl* HOMESTEADBRANCH. ,Small extra charge for group >l riMs eau,.
k Mra. 'J.1Me H. Roberta. ,It.. .t;Mi-Mlthg. OreW.ecretary , Open Evening and Sunday by Appointment t et. err.
I .. ...*. Jams Harris and Mr*. __. ( : ; and Mia Lacy Con.Inytrosetanr' ., In th* reiktence+ cf ,
I the contest )11'..... : ) Miss Ardel Parman
I'i i. Ice cream, 'cake, coffee !''amf} o ; I I, offering ,JAMES ;STUDIO aau.. r..r 1,
wen served to' the Si JUaTIIDAY'Ua'tt'0tVEN'
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Ili 'HAMBUaaEft FY f Saturday afternoon tn> honor of

j t the eleventh aMMy aoalverury ;I f I ,
.A hamburg try was given re of hr >tsar,'Gerald 0 Game wr
!)' at 0 Crises Bait sad Tackl played and lee cream and birthday : I
N 'for..participant uss..,tn- cake were'Mrved'tn the city
a boat races held on Sun' ,park Afterward the guesti were Save on : Groceries: : I ;
I t .,. at Homestead Bayfrent Park, 'entertained wltfc a 'toattnee party. :: J ;" '
Present were: )lr.and lire. Wino PreaMtwere' JaMo Jehnsoa,
? 1 Brantl.,'and daughter, Caro. Gladys AJlI"Bma1'I. Ruth ,. ,
I ." and Mr* Donald Sullivan and Betty SpVtekte,"' e.n Jowl. , i'( ?
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nd daughtein.:Donna and Snooky. Johnnl art ...... Baker, Karl I' ?i '. ",,4", ; .
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-,.Jo* B7rwniDnald'HIey. i ;; Nov. I, at th.* home of Mrs 8nU. H'.r
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t* wind Groves who If vUlUnf in ... nA. rMlem r-- Drive,,'nort' ilk In ,. Akron, >O. wlU feehlrn the flr ) in Perrlne e .'ca e.IoIeo'aracs.. ii type. Medal *B. \ a.e e..wd, seek rise 1'.M a. For 1
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IIW.I. week la November, >ite1iei.'gn' etaiid. gtfcltrv will .Trnw ilL ..... to bs. 'Osaw. 'Reasonable TnccsJualilyVorkinaiisKp -._ ... -...... hour S, 'Itae f' ll w-bar ttrriig 5 XAHBEN *.IRNIIImI,hdAabh', .

.i Mul l MOrgdn'.uli hWin\ \ Mve'lhett'edy'gt'a HalMween t..teara:: :: --.. .w. .n. LS1- I equipped WITh .ii..gtoMhedItartowa. BE SOTE( to Ht vj a'"ew youtbn (*'peoU, 'po .'eou'Ntd'rsttr
Uent it the Pratt IloiplUI thllpalt carnival to begin at I \ IM tw.araa. twM w for ,, Writ 'Ita.4 '...
o'clock tots M... ...t* M. H.c..,iia.MM Double) room working couple Mat ''Me hlttere, hone, beautiful FURNISHED; 'H1AtNa41-2 ,
week and ail return within afternoon ., the Perrlne achool u.a- 0e5?tnh kill.W lid Mm* { 'Ii.. and wife or two men.Adjoin end 'uU..... Oonplete 'WIth CDS IUMM on TWO 'urge I
j| two week for surgery underIpOIUOI"Ihp': of Perrme .--dry w. ee M lito lee. 11Io. ...W 5..1 WAW'MY w.w.b.q all ... bathroom. ""No .eooktojweek. ..U.....' clIa.-.qutptMrtt. beautifully lindiciped tot* .birtta
P '-Arthur Harrla, I4.yearoldXockdal P. T. A Ill Mra. t t'ConinaPed. Machine I II on rubber.*.J." ae- *f modern 'CBS >oinea c ovt 1I0000a, H"JbitImI.I: I
I fwHent. -we*''Mtten tn. .Entertainment. feature, planned!I 551' ,...'. v (r.I.W, ''L'D' 1klgdNB'MiyvERY1l1L eat Mwy, and 'Blacdyne dr.' "hUT. "Pft! riaceyCpnwrDrtv.-.t McMIn, "YOU IteeU 'to 'buy hothlng 'tom RL;1,'Bex .11I.'HbIntnMd.'(.... !

the leg hy NttIPdldlt.'und'u at by Mr.. MiMinmrvd her cotmlttee -I .. 11.'LtA1'IIItIVAW..to -). (oSttf) ......'! rol4yQ .. ngnCht and"be atTiomeONUY Utchworth place, Klni.. Rwr.)
the Dade County HoipIUl where :will Include talent aW, t 11UMWtotal 1 YrKt. < t4U !
Par 'r ht! Cetate for hi condition U reported to be fashion how..,. a coetume parade, PpN.C. UI lfr U atAwR ,P.t* t1a111idR'Mll'rOR'1111f 'May1;!, $UI.'CeU.1tlit +N.Y I AU'nrvt.'OftttIUJS MvNtabk \

I. etlfactoty. folk dancing': and a tcn-mlnut neon. ttl lkallo.i. K N... V. 11. iwe, 5 Md ..... rolltf)I <.t aU Muses homestead Flor 'TdU'WllL i Jtt01tn'trlt"tUdon't \ nooK aNbINO.-nMIlri.
Mn. Remit Moore his returned comedy film to be ihown' con>I It-'Ct and Gift ShoppmX.W4th... let ui ahow you thts'ttew''CBS I IINQ
from>> Valdosta where the attended Unuoudy for three hour TheV '. Small .part llftt. AduR ''''.1 a4 Clft Shoppe233"N.". 'inti h W. Vt<1' .."..k,' bed-, tutau..teor..,

:I tae funeral of her brother, Atblejr >I will ate .. rertime telling alolpff'h .Haye You -SeenRedland ''noire CND ALunnam See I, H. Robert at ..... 'la3tf\ ) .Tooma, TItED ''BATH 'AND' 1".11II nbbtr. 4n.-thosMMee.m4.I I,
DIyiph'Il.Wwdhi
Blinton.Mr I IkoM & b rrW, bowling I BarWShop'! '( ROdftti. 't.... tandMped 'lota ;
*. M. T. Hagan has returned pond, Jr'b'bag, ring tow add tile 0PAINTING BUah"l. toNCI\rTt 'BLOCKS, 'all Him, 'pr'eny'alno" I .I IbO
from Valdosta whre she vliited\ hooting gallery ;Goat? '0 I ftH"'f..Ittft'tlnlafl ; Brvce'a Block eo... ",*,,).,tla. WE -t Uble, .IU/YM idb'mi'
1f 1fI her '.....r. Tfr*. ;Claude I.IlIoI1'who Food booth*'will Mttr'fcot dogitimfcurgcn < PDODT AND r haa I OffMe In rtAtd"'Dltel'flh4l' Phone .m.I. UPtErfDlDnot nPMm'UIm'V. "' oodJrwelry, IMecP 'be
ftctaUytttnbefwent1 tnaioperation. ; |>ak r tfceetu, KXPAimBAT building cor. Krome and Stagier Mme'Md :th tMr red*. *fa lltO i

, salad, ale law, plea, aka, cook, '0 -itneetptcMn. 'loratkm in I........ .. .......- '4-h dreem hex.'en'UI"1'No' .'
Mr*. Tom Penny hat returned I lea, cold drinks, fruit Juke, candy, 7IOnei 0' 'aPb. MCAlro1l POll "Tea .', .% OOTRKfl I Homeeteed.VMirtMe> d 'loeatlDh, Por 'Snip.4tnteSmall 'l'pdetd'It'a,9BOt j l' l I IJ IT YOU HAVE aajrtMaf....'*'
I II from a visit with her ton-ln-law and popcorn '" 1551 I IWdOurrnJfO for real titeie, _I.,. lawyerr It need oythU >..|
0 halt
y ,. .. .....: ntl'Rnw.u...'R bedroem'tr.M.lhehe'we I b or.
and daughter, Mr. and.lira. :'John e.Perrlne .4 10 atwe doctor etc. 'Apply 'Leader-Enter- lilt Swap Chop. "'. 1tlylle.1.toe" .
(I kMaw .. .c.4.w d mewrladw / '(If 'l'lHrlrtell' 'holt' 'for'
of Orlando. : .era
Farmer prlae. 'lIntl."ed home '
OMrlrt T. CaHirfcM Yaw '0 : .. tn' ood lcadluesbob
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, Mrs Elwyn E. M. Radley) of Pastor Will Jll-1rE... _.. *0. 1.01. dN orf '11I.i 1J',( tnrpEROOATBa'rOKCELlUNfZtNa only (11,100. 1900. down, balanonmonthly. 'g1I00+rTERit18. 1 1'SB Ice .boxee, ark ''he. -
'OoI1l11Mte/
, Miami and, daughter, Joan .Ha* Preach -Here Sunday e9' dtkc'c.d'i, kM W fiw'.M swAkaM rw 'v. 1 acre 'good farm 'lind.u... tJOhDAN'.Jj ; mis.; FIa glar ,Avcf l1v .p.
.. .telle( and Wi.'mfae. Sunday 'rial-a tic d.M t. c-'Ihw.w t. 1 Barber, RL-I. Sox, 11 RedlaiKl\ 'SKK fcCIIQE( ame.'ofted.'Unh'Inpraterrod : Phone:48' I ''', .J
tOn at the hometof Mr, Jdhn! W 'The nev, H.CP.'Fliher of Prrlne .t..''0., Ald.t.n1Oe.I..wbr.r...- -eM.Ma. tIttr 4lew'r'ip. ; S : rd.; aouth 'Movify, j s RegliteMd. Broker Ph731.7: acctlon 'of EMt 'Glade. .
'Chafer and Mr*. Myrtle M. will fill the pulpit at FlrilBaptlit It*** Owntr. Ftarlfe. ='l 'L CBnicAT10N' .., loll) I $10.et'IO--' : QOODvtnteitmmt! I fin
Radley. Church Sunday for the mf la. ad I.tt' ROdMS/gentlemenrorily.r 'Ill TVW. We bay eIlJ'e>ld.'r" >rthUTa! e,
""Y .. Pat aal toN .I, '0'' /% ;+aw. Phawf/. Cp*>4)) watrne\ ,''etPhnne .'"".... I.S.x......
who q..a.'a ,, !
l Robert, N. Chafer*haa returned Rev. John H. (Whitt. paitor .aPw.l "." D.Ieaww: I cmIIurflJN1al.v' toiler. *n 0euer dr 4MO eh!: 'J'C\1\'CO > 'after pending the Ii conduotlng[ revival: at PerrlH '_ 1M. J(<< I.4'f'
fpeetthree i dnflMon taT T! &CRVICC M*
weeks with his mother,..N..*. "'R Baptist' 'Church. Sunday morning, 1..r.u, w.a.dMwIwetw; ..a. .1 I, 14'C01ID'IrR'1IVIt1'n'lO-' : :. tM a'Kmme'lT Carrie ..... Lot Jiedland H '
: t Chafer In Roahoke, Va. Mr. Fieber will'' peach on "T n I AllM-M.V VM HU KrkiM": O.entkN.til.u .. ..-: 4' BUMPER'aEaVIC* B. Gauteni'proprieter.'i Ph.: near 811uer.'OO.. M.'O."t.R",1 .j IUCHARD FUCHS Floor Sanding *nd"tldlETu '
The Legion plena -to tyvea TeN St Otxod Jteltglon" and Sunday = 'MMrtln is tow. un rW will Iww SCO-M. (1311f1'Aoom'and ) ,Box'e7}<8'HomMMd,71.. 'a..lttered'.8robr 'Mlh.lt .rMI'rubbw We. .Ph
dance the' 'Safurtly night 4f ievenlMg, tn "Building BetterBarni" 'tkvmi' .. Ik* liii'day'W'labwN utrnorr TLAM.1 tr 'D t.lD-t ; ,, (pea) or-Jehn '' N. Hale Salesman 117'w. t tf)

f : the month to ralae' money. ...wee. lose dei .( OMokw.." A. D PAT ;AS YOU DUUVK.BirdChevrekC. board, 111 'Lek1'h.001It T,
.. 10 :ACRES -about'** mites "rom 1f1o W.'Pd4t'r.l 1rwyrPh.
An and
f Mr. and Mra Richard Hayes of enlargement campaign ALEX 'LANltR fist
mTOtf
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Detroit arrived In time to greet Judy course for the B. T. U. will 'a. a.::>urtnMHir.riMt w aver ciMrt,. ""WIEtxEa aUVlCtsM 'HOIIIe IMcl,"Mutable for'ltmeivoeadda '2I.3 or'f4e'W, drUllnc. Comtr .Kromeave.mdNE. .
be here Nov. 1-13 by t>M. CtniKtv. .'Mf. 17l'an'' .tfeL teens! .o.'BoI"n
the newcomer at the home of Mr, directed FliXlita. '0' 1 arid J-droom 'furnished\ .'
'.r M.O,TBRKBTT,0.0.gout : Bee ECHOKJORDAN 10th it'Pnone'q/Jlt'::t tr.
Maine Rawl., people' dl'Kctor '
and Mr James
Ragweed, 1 young : 'egrl .w l khchenette'rotagm'Beaonibl t lleinberi tt'Oar ber
j. daughter, Nancy Sue, born 'Oft of th.' Naihvllle' & T. U, load. H. ii, I'. ....'d.'11.'>*n> rates PI..nt' eluldI"Nr.thU. tt.Ihfred, hreter.... "!'h."'tn-j' tit'tO llrlfrft ...4.--. ..;....
I 14. Mr.-llayM.Mr.Hagwood and and )fin 'Annle'e. Tinner ofSandenvllle lroTK'II'OP "arr1AMTNIN roe 'lax '' Qr n.RelhHid') Court, !' .''''lBptlJO-&. (oil) "

Albert Neil on a fishing trip. to Qa.' ,' *ti4.-Jt DIED"r '( ) t-bedroom hwne, knit -pine In. *' ...........Wanted.................. "'" ,

i. While Harbor caught 60 Ib* 'oftlMi'tnd'erawftah. 01'11"1'111, DrjtKIT.. OIVKM fist/ww. In .'ir.nn ,*", : tenor'close In I on paved rd.. ............................. r'-.
\ Leck.'Wedneiday. rwfi4 iO.r MdiM of Pity ml N Two a room pta. mpMntra.' Frlgl'dalre ,
tI...... 'TT..'-C wrersaw. *.mimMiM INS ' '" .... < Price $ .UO. terms'tea Eegt Wa (ttM- i s
I 'The November meeting offer- MI'I \Y. C.'Slmmi.'Jr'nliiT- tit ''' b'be'aMr' 4ra. Mand } lp
rIM P. T, A. wUI beheld I it. .Igned ..* I..cher.t the Perrine A.aM 1114.IMI.'MU ku..NM. .J,n'<.de.I nfflr* Julr ta nrofftM. A. -" Bn........'' 'Chandler-Silver 'Palm. dr. led Reglitered'Broker ECHOE' JORDAN'Ph..W-J .................. '. .. ............. INCREASE YOUR I nIUfINcrs-: : ..
MMfe appltrathNl' ta* .
.'EIoek1Tmelddy'avlnhtg] 'kindergarten becauae (he'I* _VI- 44 to and k.. .. thrrMll I. ce< Maw wltHMIM 110II.. ''''It"f :Tenn eMt'rd, -Ph. Bell Prledrlchmercle.1 Fo6I1.alr'4!
"Mr Margaret Hall lp, Mra tog 'to Danla, and Ura. 'Harry See.'J.N ().1arwl..ttr.. its. e111 aIM 22Yean'With'Chevrolet: ..,- .. For aale: )-bedro m CBS home, tx>itjSilr: fit'Wtollf.rhn'III.....' rcfrigeratora. PMapeot
Oeo.)'Ptderwa 'fbI. M. < : darlbd ,wprttr, .50.5.1. Sc Dale 'tj' 'Witkw About 'Tu Broa Ph. .
'I'.1f".ni William will tlUh \** claa.Mrt. Gets. At.t..t P1nrid..'iwac t good 'large walk-la Sept 20. Ct unlimited tUUl h -Urrltery..
Wm.'Lftmb.'Mn. Oda Zach* iH. 'B. Stone,'SeoUt leader, '...1.. rusk MT Nwwb. S.M AMot. .n+. J.I J rloert. knotty pine kitchen; price 171. '(poll) Liberal eomml.1on1 permit'..rtJ

: 1""fl.. "Matt'Penny and Vn. ; and -Mr Julia Wyttt, >BMwnW IUI ol Cltf n Hlalvsli.rM .' inti CoMnty wd is W P D.k)..- SaIe-MltteU.neoua ....sq. low down payment $00mo. inn 'qualified men >of UO fO
., W.-"Fryer :attended -.,.mtltln, J//tweet, ar attending a !'achool.! of i t4ew Mo. tat f.M Tkt awiinxt w'a.W'y' .......... .-.. 'W-. \..&+!M.M .. and more annually. Direct t"faci ry

\\I 4" the county federation In Op: Instruction In Miami' |MU |!.t.was.4W III Ik.k*.KIM MM "CwtinMl "(-VllM -- 'S.e'BCfOLJtiltDAN" I Miscellarirousulldlng rontract Writ* ''Air Mail P. 'p.;
''', '' Will 41C1'lfIoe'tnJ equity i of :'ISOln Registered'broker. Ph. 8'4 .4,4tt..--.u.d4aa4w. Box -MO, San .AIIIGnIo.'.T.....
Norge refrigerator, to .
new o11.ollt
L 'Gen ine 'Lot M 'tb.'OIII'1e.'mmb1. .sI P.H.In.IMIt.'...b'Ceacw 1ab1AdI.dfI : 1 *ome oCIft. with good credit to take KROME AVI. n acrea, 'r nth all :kind. 'Awning'ahultars'nbineta ( :
; rts..da, ..abr.wd'I. old) type I.bdronm'home'uocador
JaM. saw 61 liP +ipaymenta. Box M 'dayi .
.... .Ilt/ 'rht tHrntioni or Cook wanted, experienced -ty
; 0Ht.I1I. N. : 'grote, l oo 'rapacitytin "
mango
.... ... Phone IX. (oMti4)IMS
p !..cl'ttr...14'P. .I44rlaww I '11 ew home't>('11II figure with loaner wOMsn'Rukb1a'Lbhchr.edette
: Lwd a. .. tM asMs.car hen houte. ren gt'together'en ,
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Buick POlltiac R. R. Behow.1 Ier. Phone
thli"mutt you IMS'Xnm.ww'' 4l)
STUDEDAKER Left ClMlwr telT'property.
E==-w: twtlrwt. iMII'M MdaaMaarAN' .
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'Cpellofttl)
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ep .. 455' ant M.1sSs.w 'iIeSlInsm. Tlttttfl. tO .rtIa ttocaJo. tawd, T rttatly 'ff
I' ' ''Plru ; tw.. Me Ikb'My Ii N.ee.1. t ThrT When hi steel! Krome ter. (poll) ,completed, but livable, CBS When')OII..lIt Mrid'WPrl.d"Ifiitll.lI.
- ... a'r:> thla toil -*>r ., oewb A. 'h.>>: ranch home and double garage, i ..., 'Ph. 'USoR. '(IJI )
'*... 'D.lrtdto r UO HELD BOXES tiled one *..- $ftOQ, VZ'tema.Adjoining' l
- : It a. LKITtntaKAK.CUrk. picking\ water keg, I wish to publicly an.
Ilter
Onwt.B'rN. Ions baiketa dtzAMdlt'fb2dittt *.
ClrMtt t
. .. Service' Allflakcs 01' ._ .Da"0.ITtalhrT.D.C.QaevIY00tIaT !Cart n,5Pk' . Share. . new 11 IHC 1-row truck seeder with Planet express Junlpr bed 31C-J Semlnole. \ 11011I10""' 'add 1)14m'tt4nttb.A{) thief., who stole IIIIII.rable my:, named, blue 'pria; .,.,*AmJy,"" ,...Heme.;
SEAL
I. \ ''fO( t. 14.,II. ... 'M<*. .. II, 1l ) Ifalrokl. '- '----- lk ,nd lean on 4V4 acre about 4 BOB-/ two white pet ducks, staid Bay'ront Park or-.U.Hettetti (
.. Shave .b Dtmild H43-J, 1 after t y.>m. .c...)
{:: :{il1 l'sexpert I' mile out of Homeilvad. $500 for Daltyend Inbreed
,; : lib...... '(Me4lMteI),_'r'M: layout See Frank 'N. Oltner, dare daylight on Sat. ,

:.' : J'aclall"lek __..,.. Southern Pine cottages, ''Home Den). IVarren IffcrrriaReglitered "jMhryi land Init, from Printer 'Api .", "t'I' "NItMeu
i stead. (poll) the front of my mldenc Trade achool fraduato;tww4b....t
?faCtoryttrtned l .,...,. (WD) ) _'-- $1.C1mb1Ytk.'Faek1 Heal Eitate Broker .on the Salt Mowry or Ether rung 'man SrJvo'l $

. .. Mechanics j _'lk' Come to' Ilp-hQ' ,.,.t'h&UII. Be.l 1"new "t>,,j.l'I.ror-bran 'track I CunaU -Jfclly ha left aM hdarit to' athnU SaperSei.

TMte NIl Jon I.., cactus plants (ei| clallyrhrtitmai of"Ilde ales buyer 'for 10'-ggi en -the 'dock. 'leirn ihlddr'eentpdtNttL91414
\ cacti), lultanai, coeui. '100 A. potato land. Nobody could have mil man.' 'Apply 'tAIIdr-'xnwrpr$41trom. "
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f:;: n..; ; M attlv.. 'I'll.*2.1 Men them for wlldftfWl. ... ''*nd TMgterHomette4d. > ,, I.aeuria.
r. ; : l' "Jody ; (Plata) .., YlrB aim dr. 2nd house wen 6f Tefln- t\
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... rd. Ph. 447-M. I have buyen for(mat) tricti Catherine C-Jaquea

. .: Work LARGE UNFURNISHED
FLOOR SANDING and FINISHING house, IBO mo, on yr. eontrlctBenJ.
i : US hi'B'Barberhop Initall oak and ptna floor, Ii)tfIM)1D 'crtJtus.

1I DpholstcryFurniture : asphalt and rubber ute, linoleum.Day . W.-Mort'". PAINTING and DECORATING, ,AVOCADOS

I i 1 i ph. Hl-W: l11.htlll7.W, I Interior and exterior McLein.. :QUANGOS '
: and Ice "_
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Phone '/ -R (poll)
0...'em,lain I 'DlraaMnllts'dr dh'tid05
I 9k>x1le'finihins: I Fitzpatrick's Fine Turmturc ,Expert witch and Jewelry' repair- :

t PorcelalnlzlngB ; In,. All work guaranteed Negro; 'CAUONS*

r 1NCBCCTC .' Custom llullt HJf Mahogany and ''Other Woods .m. Krome. Phone'llg. (o4-U) : S nay Cte..eNt1'IlIW'r +

i aF olrtt 1 'Cabinet Work Chair Ca.l.f -"RifuitaaliigOr. We buy, ell and trade gum and '
t JtwAfrl 7nlit .DX: ; ;;dW: i la j>rkiai BkarayM.....*.R.aui>] M., l'JMNM.H4-J I. .plildli\ of III kinds Nell'., li'a.iCt.nts.iPhene :
i ....e.a-M aN ........... lit. (oUfomMtead ) I ML Wail '.! '".*..* -.
rnwy eel 1........ N 111' PBONI ....w
&<.. _Va-N..*K*.f'..'tkss I i { Otau'CoOUu.
for
"G'-LA"SlrEL: ;
iJlil .w 1' w>:dd...M Mo\I In isuKU1'.1k IM wty, orteMma I tit N.,B.M St; Marl, .... 11: FREE Per.,, all putpwM. W.'do iteel labgaunt .
t "", lorita1.As"r poteIM .......'............ and glulhg of'all yp e..
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tj >.,'... .plrii prtwlo d. .f OiXKloill, hcva PHONK ti.me c.' Hurricane ,ChariiCall C9MPiETE 201 N. Krome. Phone 171.
j 1 f / {lP: l 1Q :,;'>' :i1un;Vl lair K lna et .<:auu buy:IM.0WI ,ooa.1 1._.H..._.........._.._t'r ,u for wins tllrwtleai'aa4 .1DIunIne( t8erv1ce.: fl .on1lediicTee j .
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js'at H...... 'Wit... apeed.loverantal rap '
1 : 0.0555 Mated, eel ........... '' IknMn'EledtrlcTIaslOTPOlKT' Agent for Sail Philco Asp'PnIaatw.'Pk.'O
/ ncctve Ora ,,,,,- HomesteadLawn
: John IL n 1e, I .

'ice Bird! Molar to. Welcome' Wagon I (ATTLIANCES OverS'edaita t ServiceWtfwlnf ; "' t

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1 \ ,, I'll.1 Mr*.'Geraldlne Cadwajr nomeat4 1 I ''J'I1aet'-o'Tb d4i, Tackle Shop I rfiomiucAt, Ktrvn ) -Cleaning: .

M ......M..L. ifte.e ttt Lawn 'Oire
t.- .. 111 N. Federal HWy '' ,
.. .. .. Kn. -..* Paeettf
Vlmce Ml-l-ITI-t ., We itMclallM' .. year-are >4
r I ......lakla.. Sl JJS :

1k k Se'i'e George A. Crawahaw J ) = L. C. HERNDON

! tevle L Sex III Hen ***! Herman Mme
gg ;
j City "Engineer41srr''b.t'P1L"relMry'III Nl1SFadll iQQFJN'. OTMflo6flfl L

I ; TWO' 4HKXW*WWIDTi I"I'* t f.It nataw Ne. ill .raMre.7 I
t 'dkETVZU&v'lad* awmiv1'41145L.
;l ; Alwad-l Md.IMI'NI1kt ices Maiteee (UU 1 b..a.). !'". Homestead City HaU CROUSE & BURR 1
lf ., cfllltP.a'tas14_ WLlenter+...........Ada9'Iwtimru/d ) i rof AHTVpeiSote
f lt Auoelated! with Rader Knappen Ttppetti Enl eertac Co, ;
f Wile HeAerri

,fI I lattft hael'!I' 8ry: '"lJfaVE .' YtGfir Suite HftlKiPont 'Building Sheet MetinVorV;" "f . ,' Cabinet chap 'TV :

Miami 12, Florida TeI.p.hone 1-4741 ,
, lun1aOJILY'Oet. 19-n..W.'ftintrn'rvamrJIMMY . Coaditlonlncl"1. Building'& Remodeling ,.- ,,,'
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WAKELV:'CANNON ALL TAYLOR ADAMS In ,; ..... .,
J. WtlltUnr :
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JN .LAW.MJSIf'JOE":
f \ Fan Ventilation
ft 'UO'OOBCEY'a1lll''lJ'Ht 1IOWJ'R'r'&ovs' "n" I
fI
t '1IfJL' "fIIAT .BMf.r' Insulaflon( '
ft t 1H.TER PALM D M4l1Lwur.orl1' ;a tPhono ;

tt tI I 1R1MD" taar9 MONDA'v.'dt.'Pe FHA LOANS C291rV4N9 !! : : !
t JOHN"CARpnuA WARH:'wVttw8OR'BCA'1'lHtay Free aMUaaletAtMreal ... i
J il ....
, 'PKAR90N I* Jih 1 f ,.
t y EogMaddt'C1cfaRlsr .. v.a." SSI AngemAra.3eralOaal .MIl

! \j 'PMlldk'trall.'PNa.'WsMk ) ,..... YI.HU1 .
Arranged i ...;..
i i TVK8DAT aM WEDNEIDAT.: N.... 1-S ITo .
I t WILLIAM HOLDEN, WILLIAM lOIX, MacDONALD Without Cost c
CAREY MONA THCEUXM fa

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: ha lea: (>>WIll, .." .
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Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday October 2R, 1949 ,


;\ Effective Safe Use of Insecticides one-hundredUi of a grain. report Boys to Give Hilarious I aa...... -.u. -- - _
Ie a p...ei...Mot Me....dlelely f. { Thomas, Warren Grave, June Benson Electric Has

. Told by Subtropical Station MenBy \ his ...* and .**stais..l, FISHING NEWSBy \ Foolies Show Nov. 3, 4 Is"i, XatIItrtM avftIee.,..aev.a l ....... .Ifade..... De teem Melias. lobby Ckwrtea fetor Soon, tommy Walks ,

.. 15eeeP1 iM/MhIM. pe/.MIMy By DOUMUES ENNIS ( Jyoe """scieyi 1 ninth ...... Home, Carl Norwood. BUly& Smith, Philco Appliances I
t remit In a **rl**> t ayinptoms' rACCrrt M4 DEITZTavr Dent target MM recites netrt Canaa a/hrrelker' ; tenth grtide. Bebby Holland, John Baker,
D. O. VTOLFENBARGEK: and good common sew art used. and *lgn*. Flnt there 1 II gWdl- Friday, Nov. 1 and 4. The roolitj J.... aee1MM'i eleventh ........ Bruce lode. Oerrtt Holdrun and Prkaeela, rho N3
ate ROBERT A. CONOVERSuggeitloDS Some characteristic of parathion ness; com people report headache are put on every year by UMboyC Mabel 0eMetqd| lAir grade, Bob Schowalter.
or simple rule t* and symptom of parathion This 1 II usually accompaniedby >elr. Tldee athletic department directedby Dorothy Douberiey..
poisoning are presented a* follows pinpoint pupil of the eye Coach Leroy Sprankle and
follow in order to obtain
effective and safer saM of Instc more : After a time nausea begins, then (Add 20 Minute for Homestead) Assistant Coach Henry Dixon. Land Search Made

tteMei and fungicides: 1. Parathion Is t poison Toxic abdominal cramps, vomiting diarrhea High Low If bound to be a big chow with For Bogged-down Angler
effect result from skin contact, muscular twitching, coma, Oct. 28, ,_ 128am. its bathing beauty contest, Flora
,, ). Ai a grower or user yoare convulsions and possibly desth. : 721am.: W D. Levy of Redland rd. Overseas Co.
Dora and war
responsible (or the .. eppll.f or.IIn.Uon (by mouth) and Inhalation Oct M._ 1:00: p.rn. 110p.m.: gins, can-can: chorus Transportation
cation and UN of peaUcldei (breathing). 7. Get the patient to a physiciani Oct. 25_. 113am.: l)4amOct : Who could help laughing at the object of a land and air search
i
i won a* possible after the first boy In make-up, wig and skirts Saturday night when he failed to
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(InaecUcldee and funglcldei) end t Parathion 1 II volatile, evaporate 102pm.: 1:23: p.m.
symptom are known, or after exposure mimicking girls or larger boys return from a fishing trip. After
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for the palaUbllity and safety of readily, releasing a gas Oct. JO 117am.: Mlam.:
to unusual of dressed a* little ..nd.m.Ulr a fruitless all-night search of the
quantities Oct 30.., 4:02 children
food marketed from plant or that 1 II poisonous. At the low concentrations : pm. 1027pm. East
parathion. ( boy dressed u their Glade section, where it was
toll treated with pesticide. ordinarily used, one Oct. IL_ 419am.: lOUanvOct :
2. Do isms careful thinking pound of 15% material per 100( II .. 457pm.: 1Illp.III: mothers You can't afford to miss thought Levy had gone, ewe"
L Local Junior Farmers Nov 1.._ 3:31 11:42 the RedUnd High footle plane were pressed Into service Daily Freight Service
about your peat control problem gallon of water or one per tent : s.m. : "m. tt daybreak On war owned and '
*, When you have a put, aelec in dust form, the fume dissipate I Enter National Contest Nov, 1. ., UI: p.m. 11:12: p.m flown by W. 0. Van Tlen who wlJl,
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the moat aulUble pesticide and to low level In a relatively short Nov. 2... 115pm.: 1219am.: H.HJ3. Cheerleaders
wa
accompanied by Jack Levy
1 apply It thoroughly to do the job tint. Three Homestead and three Now, 1... '::30 pm. 1217pm.: G.A.A. Heads NanoFdHomestead IOn of the missing man, and the,
j. Redland junior farmers have entered Nov. J_ Ham.: 12:211.m.No. : .
Remember the long-esUb- 1. Parathion poisoning! Is usually other, by Adolph Lopes and Frank
i fished" a* well as the new pesticides. I fatal within a few hours after the ninth annual 14,000 pro- ,. 3_ 7:01: pm. 12:17: "m. High School cheerleaders OrlflcL

Each has It* uses\ advantages I exposure to lethal amount. Recovery duction-marketing contest of the Garland Chancy tithing out of chosen Friday by student The planes had canned the
and disadvantage from sub-lethal exposuresls National Junior Vegetable Growers Mandalay Fishing Camp Oct 14, vote are Bernice Taylor, Doreen area from Kendall ,to Card Sound HOMESTEADMIAMI
4. Evaluates what you read and I rapid, occurring within severs) Association. caught several ytUowUlU and Grace, Faye Milliard, Louise and were planning to extend operation
hear and learn to classify such hour or'a few days according to The local contestant for theISM one black weighing 15 Whltt, Phyllis Dell, Mabel Gomes when Levy reached homeat
grouper
as recommendations, or as reports, present understanding. It I* said national championship. await Sylvia Dames and Joyce 1:30: Sunday morning. He had
A auggettlon or irresponsible oU.,. lo decompose rapidly in the body and a share of the tit cash prizes poundLShep Ennls. gone to the Cape Sable section KEY WESTAnd
Ings. without leaving accumulation In provided by A&P Food Stores HolUnd and Mr. and Mn New officer ot the Girls' Athletic where his automobile became
t. Learn'about residue and off- the fatty tissues or other part of are' George C Sprinkle, Robert Ben Bhuler tithed In Long Sound Association are: Joyce Morgan ' mired down about five miles south
flavor problems Consider timingof the body One who ha been affected L Booth and. John H.psker of the night of Oct. IS and wing president; Betty. Taylor, vice-II of Paradise Key A fish truck
applications, dosage and residue by parathion teen likely Homestead and Thorns V. Con, chubs for bait caught 15 trout." president; and Rachel Carpenter, pulled him out at daybreak. Other
removal In relation to harvesting to b* more easily poisoned and Richard H RuUk and Robert K In a recent lining trip to Lone secretary-treasurer, Shirley Greer
of the product.. PalatabiUty and killed by a second exposure. Lee of Redland. Sound, Herbert Turner and D. K. was mad publicity director, and Homestead Compete
aafenen of the crop for use ai 4. Parathion ha a characteratle Winner In the program designed Minor caught 101 snapper, fivelack Julie Tayor, manager of the ex- In
food I I. more important than pest odor similar to garlic or to help' young farmers I four mock three trout and ra-mural league New chairmen I County Ball TourneyThirty :Points on Florida. Keys

control onions, that gives warning of IU'\ develop new and moreefficient three channel but.Jacksonville Include: Joyce__Ennls, awards; boys from Homestead
Discuss your particular problems ireaence. farming and marketing methods High School took part in the
with agricultural specialists, The following precaution and will be announced In December fourth annual county volley ball
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at the fifteenth annual NJVGA 300 Freight Trains of State Citrus
including supply house representatives recommendation are mad for tournament Saturday on the University -
then use own best the benefit of those using convention in Washington) D. C
your para of Miami intra-mural
judgment. hlon: Bought in Past Year by A&P Stores field. Phone 365-W

I. The state and federal regulations 1. Stay out of enclosed space Audio-Visual Meeting\ Participating were: Kenneth

regarding registration, such as buildings, greenhouses., To Be Held in MiamiA Oct. 27-Sufficient The Florida vegetable Industrywas Taylor, Alvin Williams, Danny for Pick-up ServicePhone
ale and use of economic poison tree enclosure or canopies or Florida-grown fresh citrus and paid $18,857.000 for ,604 William, Grady Mills, John
are Intended" torh.. benefit of other similar places where demonstration of audio-visual
para Adams, Herbert McKinney,
vegetablei to fill nearly 800 carloti of celery, potatoes, beam,
the most people Let' respect and hlon is being dispersed or has teaching methods and equipmentwill Freight trains was bought by A watermelons tomatoes, cabbageand Charles Brown, Ricky Becker,
abide by the spirit of these been used recently Take advantage be held In the
nu.1 Thursday & P Food Storei' producebuyingaffiliate miscellaneous vegetables, he Darrell Leonhardt James Chandler -
tattoose. of the wind direction to avoid school administration t building in during the past year, the added Dicky Huff, Freddy Link, J. '
Uncontrolled dust and spray I drifting spray or dust particle! Miami I by the Dad County Cooperative food chain reports.bride Lee Smith, Irving Dykes Hal 3-3615
The affiliate maintains
treatment drift to theneighbors' 2. Plan to Association A&P .
may use approved masks Audio-Visual Krlser, Joe StengoU, Kermit
crops Those allowing, rubber gloves, and other bodily ; announces President Harland' growers and shippers eight seasonal buying offices at Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North River Dr.
such drift are liable fur court,, protection in dangerous situs- C. Merriam of Homestead All the i received 4.171.000 for the 20.(45 Miami, Plant City, Sanford,, Fort
action. Let the neighbor administer Ion*. teacher of the county are in I freight carlot: of citrus and vegetables Pierce, Hastings, Leesburg, Belle PONTIAC SETS
Jill own crop protection-* I. Hands or other parts of the vited I bought by the A fc P affll- Clad and Pompano, It wa reported

unless he hires you. body contacting' parathlon should Miss Helen Pope. Homestead ate, the Atlantic Commission Co, DAILY RECORD
(. Since pest breeding in your be washed Immediately' and High School art Instructor will Harvey A. Braun, executive vice- I
field art also a hazard to the thoroughly with large quantities give[ a gallery: talk on reprodue.1 president of the commission company Communion to lie Held

neighbor's crop, you have a moral 01 soap and water tions of famous masterpieces.: Mid. The produce purchases Tuesday at St. John's Pontiac, Mich, Oct. 27-Harr
responsibility for controlling them. 4. Clothing contaminated or Demonstrations will be given of would have filled 299 aeventy-car I J. Klingler, general manager of ONE'afcf&1ent.
Dont allow seedbeds or fields to wet with parathion should be 14 audio-visual! devices which Include freight trains, he added. Holy Communion will be eele.I Pontiac Motor Division, reports
become breeding ground for in.I:, changed and the body washed motion picture for elementary Citrus growers. topped the line I brated at 10 a m. Tuesday morn that Pontiac production during ONLY'
sects and diseases that may Immediately, and high schools, filmstrip at the pay window with $17,922- Ing, All Saints' Day, at St. John's September was 84,938 units a
threaten the entire are*. It everyone -,: 8, Provide atropine tablet projectors, transcriptions, 000 for 12,241 carloti of oranges, Episcopal Church, announces the record for that month Previous
applies the best control measure obtainable from the local druggist opaque projector, eye-testing devices grapefruit and tangerines purchased Rev. F J. Lottlch, rector high September production mark
the problem will l be lest for without a doctor's prescription and the tachlstoacope: for during the put season, Corporate Communion will be was set In 1927 with 22.300 unit
all and the hazard of serious lot', -for employees who might be the speeding ot reading recognition Baum added Florida Citrus warn administered to the Woman's Pontiac wound up the month on
greatly reduced. I accidentally exposed to parathloa The teaching personnel will distributed in. A P' stores In Auxiliary and presentation of the Sept. 30 by producing 1873 unit,
10 Not and obey any warnIngs After taking the maximum dose be conducted onour' of the more than 2000 cities and towns United Thank offering will be an all-time dully production
and precautions on the labe'' ot atropine which Is listed a* one material distribution center. in the U. S. and Canada, ha laid made record for the division ()7i
or In -literature.. Most peU -- ---

ride material are poisonous to: 1r
man-accept the other a* being)i Fall Plugged as "Take-a-Trip Time"By liid

poisonous also-In one way or I stS
another If one pound of pesticide. Fresh stocks of Nationwide Greyhound Bus System

{ per 100 gallon of water is .-... ,
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mended, use 18 ounce, not 24 nor .
12: ounce I "The mellow all .season, with for group trips to the big games, \

11 Susceptibility to pesticide It*. '''colorful foliage and cooler, for Camera club excursion and
Your Favorite StrainsGrothen's
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activities
material varies considerably restful weather, 1 II practically per other group'' "
"The act is, O'Steen concluded -
among Individual. It la recom- fect for all kinds of pleasure
"that within the entire nation-
mended that he who is suaceptlblto
trips," said T. B. O'Steen, traffic wide Greyhound organization, ware
to a material refrain from workIng -
,with It. He should do other manager of Florida Greyhound making a major effort to
{. work while those not affected b, Globe Rutgers Sussman Lines At a recent meeting of promote the Idea that fall 1* the

a material do use It. The Importance ' Greyhound ticket agents, OSteen ideal take-a-trlp tbne" e
of this appear not to have also pointed out that more and 7 R!
had efficient emphasis.Wutilnfi more people are becoming aware
I TOMATOSEED 'of the wide variety of trips to Farm & Grove Service

and tUeommendaUonafor the north that are especially enjoyable Specializing In small jobs t.
in the all months
I e
Using raralhloararathion iYit Mw
OSteen also, emphasized that Dlaclnl-lI4rtuh.
has proved to be one -_. people have not yet realized the Dranlni-Wlfflefoot + x;
of the most potent of insecticides. many varied places to go and
A* such, however It Is capable oft exciting things to do In the ( to BUdlng-IlrdrsullePlanting 1 dI i it
severe poisoning resulting In violent like seeing a big-time football -Twe row I 1

and quick death A number game, going back home to visit the .pra'lnc-Farm or Grove
of fatalities to workers. and users old folks, going on a hunting or
of parathion have been reported; fishing trip, taking the family to
SIMPSON
J. C.
a study of these case Indicate Brands: 'Woodruff Click's Abbott & Cobb a fair, having a gay time In the
big second Krome Epntere Th. 1U-W
that the advised! precaution! city-or even taking a
measures were not taken. Not a honeymoon trip.
Kille Cornelli Ferry-Morse\ and California OSteen then went on to
Ingle serious Illness caused b!) , say '
parathion, however, I I. reported hat this all Greyhound hat
by the company which claim to ; pedal plans to provide maxi.I Brooks Inc.
Haven. .
have produced Over 2000,000 :T .> : mum of service to take retJ i ;
,
the expected Increase In
pounds of the technical parathion N
This 1 II attributable to their having traveL "In this respect,," O'Steen I atfl/ \

I kept, the material from contact stated, "Greyhound I* extending SEE THE
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with their worker and from j> :,: many of It* expense-paid tour ;
which Into the months ot October, November -
contaminating the air in I'
they (Work. and December. Charter Oldest Completely .1I I FAMOUSSERVEL
Experience In testing parathion buses are being made available GroveCaretakers
Equipped
e.. .t the Sub-Tropical Experiment Homestead Princeton ,
Station have Indicated that it can )NOTir ''TO ttCAaiTTB VKNDORSRwlMliw
j be used 'under field conditions. 2nd St. Phones N,"m*>"k-r 1.1 IN U>.n
lately 60 S.W. will U M nMw w srlvllw* Uil ,_ .
I Our men have sprayed In M tin ML. p.r.b.-.. s-i- GAS'REFfuGE'RATOR.
lbs avocado grove with dilution Phone 802 175 and 198 .M-,lmoe.. ksals->::lh. City .t at )Ho.w.1.MI Mal -
of I. I,' and pound of 15% Is flits: m- win nwlpu ..rid *M-itK, ,

parathion pet 100 gallon et water % ,It will* tat W ik MMMrr flllm. M to o........ nmnclniwtlk UM .lmlam .COmo: today! See the on* different simpler refriger.
for up to five and all hour at a the C ..... .. ., .. Refrigerator. IU freetint
time without report or complaint M -* fae.o Ik. CWftII .H''"
any .km. fags .el- s. .- r.e.k./. HOMESTEAD.: FLA. system. ha no moving part to wear or make stoical
t I .of Ulnes On man, Ji6vr< ....k Phone ,.-.af 1'
ever,' bal reported headaches from CITY or IIOIIJr.lTl'AD': Just tiny gai Q.me doe tba work.And-r-U over
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i the UH of parathion In the graenhousv K. puwkanw.clwts: 2,000,000 delighted owner know-Servel *ty*
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Although he has been In -- .Bent, lusts year* longer gee tU j

structed get someone else to f new model) today:
UH the Insecticide, he till make .... "- irSU
the application' but says the roof: .,III...,MotneMs5ruws -,
j headache* are not bad. WlrlDOVSI, Get Your Grounds Ready for the Season .UD why tlMnl tack a dUTraos a*
In giving these symptom and ..,....at...... ate. .le eel ..* row ..
treatments for parathion poisoning I I opof "IMW. Story" by radio's btlImd
and precautions for the use ol I repast today.TAY .. ,

this insecticide: It must be pointedout :Aluminum Awning '?, Steel Casement I

Incomplete that they, and art that brief variations perhaps Aluminum Casement "' 1 '" Aluminum: Double-Hung Free Planting SIltHt. .(lAlt* lONGlK

and situations
Individual
among I t'
may re.ull In different effect n . Romfh Aluminum Jalousies Ilomfh Glass Jalousies r ;'If
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should be remembered that perothlon ) .
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not been used generally enough -. ,. .,.' ... .. Orders of trees and sCrubs .
to permit a complete list of all s
'of sea effectsParathion GLASS and GLAZING totaling $20 or more planted

I I. an excellent IIII free of charge.
sectlclde for certain purposes and ,
THRESHOLDS - - DoORs - - LOCKS .
experience ha indicated thai It if t" 1"1.. -
can be used safely h1II.'lleld t ( ; \
ordinary. reasonable precaution : t ) Gas-Oil Products
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,Benson Electric Hut W. 'C. Bass & Sons I DOLL. NURSERIES Of Florida -, Inc.

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: U. & I at Naranja East of Wishing Wen i, VIC {COOK H--... GAS >
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