Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: November 11, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00686
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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i The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper\ Since 1912 \j 101 ;

38th Year No. 45 au

Parade, Barbecue and Rodeo Luring

. Crowds to Homestead's City Park j jBuild j


Dyke West ofKrome Now Pay For Increases Mayor, CouncilmenThe Proposed SMATHERS TO MAKE ADDRESS '

salary of the mayor of
Homestead will be doubled and
the pay of the councilmen trebled, AT ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM
upon approval of an ordinance ;
which was given Its first and
Bird Chandler to Meeting second readings by the council


To be effective after the election ,
of Jan 10, 1850. the 'Introduced -

Conitructlon 'of the proposed I I McKee's Treasure Film 23 Members Initiate the mayor'ordinance pay from would 150 *Increase month Poole Is Social Wotker Th schedule for the Redland

Krom rd. dyke aa pert of the /BARBER GETS! Shown Audubon SocietyAn W. R. BIRD HIGH Into Junior Men's ClubThe to $100 a month Each councilman At I Rttlla Labor.Camp District observance of Armistice
would be Instead of the
I paid $15,
Day reads u follows!
of the 1208,000,000
tint phew underwater film showing 23 members of the Junior ouuVb
present IS, for each meeting he olebf Coral Gables
Florida water control project will the finding of sunken treasure on Men' Club wire sworn Into the attends has beolnltl director of 10,.00*.m.-parade to city park. 1
be aought by County Com mi'- CITY 0. K. FOR an old Spanish galleon wrecked MAN IN VOTE group In a mall Initiation ceremony the real. and religious
11 DO -memorlal service la ;
: *
aloner Preston B. Bird and LutherL. oft the Florida Key, wss shown Monday night at club headquarters work ar fedland Farm Labor
.'Chandler member of the county for Tropical! Audubon Society in Starland Roller Rink city park.
Center the Home Missions
budget board at a flood control Monday night In Bayvlew Hotel Sponsor and counselor of the F'f.: V.A. ELECTSL Council of North America, an In- 12,.00 noon-barbecue and address
meeting Monday end Tuei- 25 CBS HOUSES In. Miami by' Art McKee, president > FOR TRUSTEES group is Tommy Kay. terdenomlnvllonal agency, by Congress-
day In Jacksonville..Tb of McKee's Museum of Club members were scheduledto
Mr. Poole
has worked with the Krasthers.
'. Dade representatives will Sunken Treasure Inc. McKee exhibited meet last. night for briefing on
argue that the threat of high water a retrieved liver Ingot their duties for the Armistice Day L CHANDLER Rev Paul Ctwcn who it one time S10 p.m.-rodeo la bell perk.
In of .
WM charge the work her
damage to South Dade farm Construction here of IS CBS similar to the 70-pound bar' W. .R. Bird of Homestead was celebration here Friday. The boys, He plans to carry on the rellloUi.nd 100: p.m-rodeo In ball park.
and grove lands 'neceultatei bought by Smithsonian Institution high man In the county school In uniform caps, will direct traffic .
to recreational work directedby
emergency eonatructlon of the house In the $0,000 for $1,000. ;i supervise parking of can and In the honor car "Jeedlng,the
trustee and mlllage election Tuesday Austin Armltstead et the
Krome dyke to shunt flood waters price bracket was approved Monday McKee was assisted by Chas. patrol lot to guard against petty'I ITS CHAIRMAN bit camp. parade will be E. 0. McOarrah
the canon and to add etivl
which bark Into office new
from the Everglade around the night by the city council on Brookfield area director of National )I . pilfering during the celebration In U.' and Claude Campbell, comminden -
growing area and down IntoEverglade application of H O. Barber Audubon Society and vloe- the city park. ot the sponsoring Arrant
National Park and president of McKee' Museum 'of
Florida Bay. Dan Beard superintendent Homestead be located building In groups contractor.To of not Sunken Treasure.MMIIOIIS. Y. Lcede Fight Orlando, Nov 10-Luther I... Register Now to Export Smith Post, V. F. W. and Home*
of the park hal hid lead Elks Club, and T. E. Kirby
thni In Under Marshall Plan ,
more five suitably toned On Unfair Competition Chandler of Goulds, vegetable and
that the wild life preserve area subdivisions, the 750-square foot mayor ot Homestead
"can use all the water you can tropical fruit grower In Dade Loral business men who wish
house will have identical floor OILING Luther L. Chandler, Gould Next will com a highway
turn our .*)'." plan but varying exteriors Barber t grower-shipper and Production County for more than II years, to export under the Marshall
patrol motorcycle escort tluj V
Army engineer plan provide IBid and Marketing Administration was elected chairman of the Florid plan may obtain application *t ,
that the dyke be built aouth ward The construction project will be GUNS TO START committeeman poke on the effect Fruit and Vegetable Association the Redland District Chamber of r. w honor eorpe, veteran o, the
from the Tamiaml Trail and west financed loll per cent by the Veterans of Cuban and Mexican competition '. for Commerce for registration In the Spanlsh-Amerksn War V. T\1\ W |III
the It tj
Of Krome road and she grove Administration for sale to on Florida' 100,000,000 coming year a directory being published by theEeonom19 Cootie, American Legion,
section tae point south and west veteran with no down, payment, HUNTING NOVe :22 winter vegetable, a meeting of director Ia.hlln Tarn- Co-operative.Admlnls-\ al 1 Guard Senior and JunCrow'brsee7tidde !Nell: .. c,
"*e ne>>ata CttMart M IUnal.nO ":!ft TTjJJHJhiblll! ., ...... J ........... lhi4h-d'&fpsSdition'end" market pt''f'"adlAer'xt: TtiieeF'l'weMt"tet.... .. ---tr. ........MIWIo...... ,* ..
farming 'section, then eat and 1)9 or less, Berber explained.! An 'Tallan} Hov.lG'J'hOll..dd.of e Ing -conference which closed yesterday Miami war made vice-chairman; Olive chamber secretary Regis- and Redland School bend, ''Boy
south In a staggered line to norhla. Initial charge of $29 will be made Florid. Nlmrodi are oiling in West Palm Beach LaMonte draw of Orlando secretary !trttloni will be accepted until and Girl Scout troupe, rodeo per-
I .Ba,. Th levee will bfe equipped for Inspection and appraisal fees. their gun In anticipation of the Chandler, foreign competition and Now 10 for the directory which formers, and float.
.with the heceasary pumps and For the 5a. OO house, the cost will ltat.'. general hunting, season chairman for the Florida Fruit ; Mia Evelyn Sand of will be published In the language An Invitation to occupy a. reviewing -
lock for regulation of the water Include a gas refrigerator, stove which opens Nov. 22. and Vegetable Association who Orlando treasurer of the countries participating In stand to be set utf in
flow In flood and in drouth. and hot water tank. Opening and closing. dates, set has spearheaded opposition to the Chandler Wes mad chairmanand the plan> front of the Homestead city hall

Some South Dade residents believe "A model house will be built by the State Game and FreshWater .dmini.lratlon'poUc of permitting .1.B.,, Brook of Homestead, Is being extended by Parade
that the Dade-Broward dike first" Barber aid, "and other Fish Commission are the Mexico and Cuba to ship win- ,vice-chairman of the foreign com Marshal WUlard Barnes toi the
constructed to protect the north house will be built on order. Ten same In all 'district for the first ter vegetable Into U. S. market SERVICES TODAY mayor end councilmen of Homestead
end;,of the couny, I Ia shuning Water of the huusei have already been lime In the state's history The under inadequate! tariff laws, petition division and the miscellaneous and Florida City, president
into the southern end of Jthecounty. spoken for." first six days of the Reason will W. R. BIRD I asked the aid of the state groupsin fruit and vegetables of civic organisations and club. ,

High: water after the torrential Adoption of the uniform.buildIng be open to hunting< reins of Oct /- threatened code used by the county and Tuesdays and Fridays closed from abroad. was named chairman of thepotato Th line of march begin on N.

the groves and postponed. most of III municipalities was rec- thereafter : Allsworth and F. H. McDonald. The other members of the local division I and Pesrce, chairmen Mrs, Wilt..d n. Chew. I" did Krome av*. at N. W. Fourth it,
planting from one to three weeks.Some ommended by Building CommIt. Throughout the state the deer' The vote was a* follow.; committee, which works out of vi me tomato Division end ; j ; extends south to the Flagler eve..
early tomato fields have al- t teeman J. O. Wynn. Copies 6f the season end Jan. 5 and turkey W. a Bird ...158Eo County Agent Chas H. Steffanl's the labor division. Tuesday night In James ArcherSmith Intersection, north on Flagler to
reedy been replanted twice on code will be studied by the hunting will close Feb. U as will : 1. Allsworth 4,491) office are J. R. Brooks and J. Chandler reports than an ambitious hospital after a one-week N, E. Third St. and east on Third
account of water. damage. councilmen for action at the next the season on quail and squirrel. F. II. McDonald 4,310 Abney Cox. Accompanying<< Chandler program I.I planned> by the IIIn.... to the city park where all festivities

meeting.An Deer,and turkey hunting will be I Harold B. Spaet 1.483 to the meeting were Steffanl, foreign competition committee Funeral services will be conducted will be staged
Fritz Rutzke Honored application by J. H. Brad- banned In Alachua, Bradford, Harry J.cklOn.Sr. 1,328 Cox, and E. A. Little secretaryfor which will seek t new deal on at I:30 on Armistice Day Bleacher for seating 1,000 are
By Homestead I. O. o. J F. shaw of Fort Pierce to establish Clay Hardce, Manatee, ,Sarasota Lawrence H. Beyl 807 the local program. tariffs from the state departmentAt being borrowed from the city of
a crab cannery on S. W Second and Union counties and parts of Julius H. Erstling 603 the close of the farm .season In Silver Palm Methodist Churchby Miami and Miami Baseball Club
frJU Rutzkt wa presented a ave. at the Seaboard railroad,was Baker, Columbia and Suwanee Nicholas Carlo 489 the\ division plans to Ilk the tariff the Rev. Alfred Hedberi, pa*. for use at the rodeo which will
Z.. ear Jewel for membership in deferred for study by the council. counties. No deer hunting will be TYE REELECTEDBY commissionto make a survey of tor. Durlal will take place In stege two shows for benefit of
Homestead L O. 0. F. Lodge at Bradshiw hid h* planned to employ permitted" In Gllchrlst and Her- The customary nine-mill levy Florid., Mexican and Cuban pro- Palm Cemetery at Naranja under South Florid Children' Hospital.A
Tuesday night' meeting. The from 21 to 30 people year nando counties and hen. turkeys for supplementary support of the duction costs. Th division also new feature announced yesterday
presentation was made by Jason round to can blue claw crab to cannot be taken anywhere In the county schools was voted 'by the MALE CHORUSFrank will seek to have a Juice content the direction of Turner. funeral \ u I rodeo attraction will {
Avery and Oeo. H. Cann. be supplied by Flamingo and state. I taxpayers. (Continued on Pep Four) Home. be Clara Lynn Harknea of Red-
On behalf of the lodge, Claus Key fishermen He assured the Dally bag limit ire set' at one In Homestead the vole for the Ty and H. L. Brown Active pallbearers" will be E. A. land and her ten baton twlrlers.

Crlnold presented Noble Grand council that the cannery would buck'deer with borne of not lens three successful candidate followed mere re-elected as president and \ Ames, E. L. Summerartl E. C Clara Lynn a pupil of World
Methodists Final
Wm. C Heron with ,gin for five be operated under federal state than, five Inches; .two wild gob the countywide pattern treasurer respectively, of the I Slate Ryan, John P. Neafaey, C I.Crlaam.n Champion Twirler Bill Allen of
application for lodge member and health regulations and would bler turkeys; 10 quail; 12 cat with 100 lor Bird 131 for Alls- Homestead Male Chorus at III.nnu.1 Services in Old ChurchOn Miami,"will, present the girls tina
ship. Plan were made for early have no offensive odor. squirrels and three fox squirrels. worth and 127 for McDonald, and Robert llubbard of drill at the afternoon perform.
and first fall
meeting! rehearsal
Initiation of a class of I:&. I Final approval war given an The season bag limit will be two Bird has served 12 year continuously Monday night In Homestead Sunday the First Methodist Fort Lauderdale Honorary pall- ante and will do a lighted baton
A chicken supper was served. (Continued on Pag Two) buck deer and four wild turkeys. a* school trustee. His Presbyterian Church. Don Church of Homestead will hold bearers will be 1. H. Klopp, J, A. solo at the night how.
election to his III final services In the old building
--- - Tuesday was seventh
Possession limit on all game is Lyon wu elected secretary and Rotherham, E B. Isler and R. A. Attired In cowgirl costume the
two-year term in the non- on N. W First ave before
twitters and their ll-month-old
Area Furnishes Rare Fruit Display two days' bay.Migratory remunerative office, duties of Irving J. Lyon, director, moving into the new edifice on Holm. mascot, Cherry Ruth Hsrkness,
I I bird hunters Plans were made to hold a ''
which are mainly concerned with Krom av*. 'at N. W. Seventh it. Mrs. Chase, the former Mary will take part in the anus)
For Annual Meet\ of Krome InstituteTropical be allowed to take duck: goose seeing that grounds and physicalplant special pre-Chrlstma concert) In 'The Ret. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Louis Irwin was born In Canada parade The twlters Include Yen
and coot every day from Nov. 29 honor of Vaughn Tunnel chorus
of the schools are adequateand will preach on "Our Faith in and later moved to Detroit. nallda Hsrkness, Ruley Thlene*
to Jan. 7 and marsh hens everyday properly maintained and In accompanist who Is a polio patientIn God." She and Mr. Chase Linda Legelkls Nancy
fruit from the Red- commercial from Oct. 1 to Nov. 30. The Jackson Memorial Hospital m.n.
possibilities were the recommending teaching staffs Special services are being ten yean ago to make their Brown, Allnda Ann Lindgrtn
land District, strange to resident! sapodilla, monster deltclosa, state season on doves I Ia from for appointment by the board of Miss Helen Tomerlln is serving planned for the Initial services In home on Coconut Palm dr. at Barbara Greer Earllne Greer I

of th* northern and central part sotirsop, chiyote and Barbados Dec .17 to Jan 13.: public Instruction. as accompanist this season. the new church on Sunday,.iNov. Newton rd. Mr*. Chaw war a Donna Tslbott, Margl Stewart,
cherry or "vitamin pill" which Due largely to hit effort In the Chas. lIelger, who ia associatedwith 20. member of the Carol
NeighborhoodClub. Su MarkowlU and
I HasctWlngo.
bf state
the elope( the how at Radio Station WVCO. Invited
contains Dr. Uarnctt Will Teach '
time the amount of past two year, ten acres of potential ,
the; meeting of the Florid* State vitamin C found In oranges.The achool site the chorus to present a program -
Methodist School Here playground or In addition to her husband, the For th* barbecue, the charge
Horticultural. Socley In Tampa crowds were fascinated by have been added to the Homestead for the station, and Director Lions Hear Tom CarterOn laavei a brother John W. will be 78 cent for adult and II d
last week, report those who .t. such, items as the tnammee-apple, Methodist churches of the Red. I school' plant, and both Homestead: Lon accepted for the group. Prison Evangelism"Prison and a .nephew and Mere, cent for children. The rodeo admission
tended. The exhibit wa a new jakfrult, .sugar apple, rare persimmons land District will co-operate in a I and Redland schools are adding Seasonal dues were set at 11 SO Irwin Jr., and Mr* Jo* Irwln'J charge will, be II20 for
feature of one of the five subdivisions carlisa, canlstel (eggfruit five-day training school for officers modern' cafetorlum to their to defray the cost of new music Evangelism" wa the mon, all of Detroit. adults and 10 cent for .children
of the horticultural society or 11_), Ceylon-gooseberry, and teacher to begin Sunday plant The chorus member pay their subject of Tom Carter of Opa-
Krom Memorial Institute, otahelte gooseberry" myrobalan at Silver Palm Methodist Church. Dick Bird a brother of County own expense when giving concerti Locke Baptist Church who told
directed by Vice-president S. J.Lynch Burdekln-plum slcyphu or Jujube ,Classes will be held from I to S Commissioner Preston B. Bird, for South Florida civic or- th* Redtand District Lion Club Soroptimists Sending Christmas Box '
of Homestead professor of I aka and ambarella. A huge ,o'clock Sunday afternoon and was born In Jacksonville and educated ganisationsand ehurchee. The Tuesday night of hit 20 years of I'
applied tropical botany at the calabash from Mrs. Wm. Lowa's from 7:30 to 9:30 on week nights. In the Duval County schools. group meet at 7:20: each Monday experience In evangelistic work. To Sister Club of Durham EnglandThe
University of Miami. !Ru-Efigo grove. also attracted attention. The course will be taught by With bit brother he enlisted In night in .the church Mr, Carter emphasized that .
Sponsored by the University of Dr Ira 7. Barnett a retired mem- the Jacksonville unit of' the National (father should have closer spiritual to.
Miami and by the Men' Garden A frozen tropical fruit and fruit I ber of the Florida conference. Ouard one week before the Touch Football LeagueSeeks tie with their son Soroptlmlst Club' :JI British and continent! Soroptlmlst "
dub of Tampa, the exhibit In the products exhibit wa presided over 1 Formerly the oldest member of United State entered World War to Recruit Teams Walter Weiss asked club support Homestead voted Monday to .. clubs at next Monday's i
tneutanine floor of Tampa Terrace by Dr. A. L. SUM and Mill Jean the conference Dr. Bantelt retired I and served for alx months on I for the Homestead Junior a box of Christmas "eats" to Its luncheon In Pasco's Restaurant
Hotel war arranged and presided Mustard of the university faculty. In 1M after U. Fears 01,the battlefields of France. On his Organisation I It under way of a Men' Club recently organised to Sister club the Soroptimlst Club
over by Julia and Kendal! Morton Roy Kelson of Homestead demonstrated ministerial activity. During; that return he worked for a Jacksonville six-man touch football leagu I promo!. wholesome activities for Cf Durham England: Mrs. ,John Mrs .MabcIIeWclpton
former resident of Homestead methods of grafting I|period h* served a* presiding t J' wholesale) drug firm and with night games scheduled to :youth of the area Weiss. said that teed, Mrs. Jack Polk and Mrscecll Dies in NebraskaIlomltFriends
who are now connected! with the mango elder of the Ocala: ,Orlando and came to Miami In 1S20 to help tart within twe week at the city ,Homestead civic leaden are Indorsing ibid were named a* a :
botany department of the unlver Among scheduled speaker on Miami district, and a* conference open what Is now the Groover- field. Thou Interested In playing I the club which has u its (loftimltte to assemble, pack and here have received wordof
lit)'. Moat of the fruit came from the institute program were tour I executive secretary of the board Stewart ..holeaal.lclru> company, are asked to contact Bob Eastwood iresent I objective: safety In drlvng. I nail the box. A Christmas gracing the death of Mr*.' !MsbeU*
the local experiment station Mr. from Homestead, Dr Francis .B. I of aducitlon.KCHM with which he wu connected. for at 104 S. Krome av*. or to I or letter to each Durham Welpton. former Homestead resU
net Mrs. Albert Caves' Palm Lincoln Dr. D. 0. Wolfenbargerand three years.Returning. telephone No. M3. Key plna for obtaining two new nember from a Homestead member' dent, on Sunday al her }",some in
Lodge (home of the late CoL H. Milton Cobin of the experiment ASSISTANT TEACHES to Jacksonville, he Full teams have been entered I member each were awarded to In the same business or profession Omaha, Nab .
V. Johnston). George Koael'i Il station and Nixon Smiley. Robert Kuhn veterinary student entered the I insurance business. from Florida City and Redland ,Art/ Cud, Dr. Gee D. RUth, will be sent In the near. Mrs Welpton, a retired. concert
Jungle Grow and Chapman Field. Ceo. H. Cooper of Princetonwho I at University of Georgia, ha Sent here to adjust claims after Camp, end Eastwood, who II I promoting I Edw. White and Dr. D. O. Wolf- uture. singer I Ia survived! by became and i
In addition to I display of 43 presided> over the vegetable I been appointed assistant Instructor the \nt hurricane, be flayed togo the leagu, hopes to lineup 4 tnbarcer. Perfect attendance pins Every member of the club,, It daughter-in-law, Cot and'Mrs R.L. .
varieties of avocado provided by section of the society, we* elected I in anatomy, according to word Into business with his brother four more team The new 1 were presented Ray Hippe, B. wa decided will become a member Wslpton, with whom she made I
Mr* W J. Krome and the experiment M serve 6n the executive! tom-1 received by his parents. Mr. and I already t HomeUa4 resident., In player will be organized Into Heath 1! Holden, Paul Loaner, of the American. Association her horn her before CoL. :Wslp-
station, there were other mlttee next year .l Mrs. .., P. Kendrick Mr Kuhn, the Bird Chevrolet Co. After teems for practice sessions to beheld ]DC t Klrby Lawrence Pop, for United Nations. ton'i recall to army duty.' CoL
tropical commercial fruits-man- CoL Wm. R. Grove of Laurel I* graduate of Homestead High!Preston withdrew1' to found thelocal each Tuesday and Thursday 4 Cox, the ReV. Harley R. Core, T'I Mrs. T. V. Moore of Miami and Mrs. Welpton recently returned
.ace, guavas lychee and papayas. grower of1 lychee tree, was I School' i la I In the fourth year ofith j Bulck-Pontla dealership night until the league genesbeglm A. O.llabet.lobn Grave and who ha just returned from .from Guam to be at their

Fruit designated u having elected to head Jerome Institute I six-year course. | (Continued on Page Two) J 4 Dude Europe, will .teU of visit to :roothert..bedside, ...._ y;...'

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Pap'rwO' '* ':' .? HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, October 21,1&49- ,

'I''.Ing.. ordinance are on the boob Chwnp IIHe Teem Seen R. BIRD ,.....'. now patKr. ftay .....tpii blnet Wet'lapel Nd. "you you may the poet tell thorn of ambaaa that 'tf ,1of
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IlAltiiiitContinued cored a a4al at 706 ponHa\ .teat lor OtaantaMi I 4* oitproued b/ Mrs Oren.Rivet,
1 PI'Olll'lIomnt.act' if lilt
year aecretary-treaMirer
ON CITY COUNCIL Th of tick bftdk clan aponior
School Orowen baikvlbaU team Entaeopal Church for .
I ( from Pate Ont and a>ln to repeat
I I j amemtme*! to the recently adopt' lacy |toi|>ltel.* oM metering. them material according. to Coach PauI ... Homaetead Masonic, are planning set hat berlrttoni|
;.. ," J O. Wymv who to a candidateor ''oil ilck-leov* ordinance to give I to u.fulill. la aided forward by I I. Worlay, Th. Growers hop to preeldent of the and ,
w.lwMnii to tw HmrtvficMl city emptopcM with two or moreon t Uam- city council li now flntetvtng hU >' of service JO day' annual Crate won...... The Bd Cross hip won for the last Urn In 1I4S.ft th* Woodmen of the 1 i T i stop for
I 12th year of aervfc aa a oounctl- sick lave. and employee' With works may be I medical er ""clil.alri. ). lettermen are Bob Roper, preeldent of Home-, Diplomat. Tart Devm
man | tram oM to two years of. eervlc. aoelal worker, a recreation Jack Rocky Ken.n.VI .
Pope Sincere A. and a former preil- Cleveland > ] Curb Service
,. ){* han been a resident and It days' lows. specialist,or a comblr.atkm 01 them! M. GravH, Bill Horn, Jerry :Id ;; Itcdland District I When Grover wi
bu.infta'mala of UomMtcaj. sine I Claud Campbell of Gulf Lit. Mlatol ty a tiny Lady. <(0. and Jimmy Wataort Commcrc elected president the tint tine Oa hi 14* I* f. M. DaBjr
: 1921A llnauiano* submitted t retirement Military hyalclaai and tensfed The achooli new playing 1I.leII. was deluged with Job! requeita.
.. native of Oeorgli Wynn was 'plan .for ell/ employ whichI one occasion an Influential tltlwn
that restoring the heal ef e being put Into shape by boy I
connected with the King Hard- 'I Councilmen garnet U Vollim, skis tag requires much mar than of the arlcultur department The or. Earn of hi* horn town asked for } port I ItI
war Co. of Atlanta for II rear:|'Vm: Uaeaelwhlta' and Art 8. rwdlclne. and food. The will to field hat been rolled with a dIesel Banquet Costs In the diplomatic corpa. aavolanjtactfully .
before coming to homestead to Andersen were ,.ked to Rudy lire and the! will to da do things roller, the use of which was donated refUNd the request CADDIS SODA SHOP
manage the Homestead MereahUle -,, and to .report on at the next council muit b* revived before medical by Wm. C Carmlchael ,. $200 to help finance I But. Mr. Pnsidsnt?" pleaded
Co. after IU Joe '' meeting Homestead High School the other, ",ou limply mud give S1I N. Daniel Ave
purchan by treatment can ft In 'IU beneficial h Now It la ready for mowing with
U Burton and J, U, Free, pioneer :: The October polio report lilted work. Thafl whets Use Red Crou a gang mower banquet woe cleared II me an appointment I told everybody
Homestead merchant When aome ''' 10 arreita, 14 found guilty, two entire tha picture. Rfd Creel hospital worker .lit l of the Junior clan back home you would do aoI (belled to Floreac
HIM later the Mercantile was'merged I'' discharged, thru suspended, and medical efltcen silk. welfare andrerrralloa subscription drive. 'U be the laughing dock or the
Ayo1ag aoldlir, mly tS, was In* : Srnamarher)
with Button. Ifepartinrnl 31 days' served In tall' Caih fines )vni la an aoeident at I .."nl- pregraaii for military II.ILS. Seniors Slate I project was! community
Store Wynn remained II manager ,I amounted to $tit, and coil of aka proving rrovnd. Half *f his Billmla Play for Dec. land \2 : .. )' thli year by the "Well In that CM: ," Mid Cleve-
of the hardwire depirtnteht. In feeding prisons! WO.10. ..m... face and neck were blown away I A rAordlnt machine was broughtto
till ha bought &the hardware _- of |S7! In a house fire on a.: E. ralnrackad' and frt tened. h* had hla bedside, and lie found the A play, "Come Rain or Shin,'" I J''I
Moll from, Burton and three year Tint at, and IIS I In a reetauranl little. tub for ordinary hospital) words to toll Ml longing to hladlnUnt will be given by the senior Class By PLOTNER
later moved the business to Ito fire wn reported by the fire de rwI'Mtlon. II* loved musk, though, wife It wrist easy b*. of Hbmntead High School on EVERYDAY"MtKli "
present location at It 8. Kr m. partment.For ao the recreation worker brought Uhla cause his Injury had damaged\ I Dec I and I In the school audl [ V ave | October! expenditure" Of bedilda a radio phonograph and; oenl thordt and articulation wee torlum THS.
-.lf/s ft OMiV A iG sNCr
..,. and afrt. Wynn hiv two')|20108 and 'Income of 111)01wr than, ay mare dunce, found aha I difficult But after natieit pray I Member! of the cut are Bob HM n GO OH gal!'
torn wl.* received tnott of their] reported for Lily Lawrence, could satisfy a greater longing Ilea with the hoipltal worker h* Ruper, Jack Pope, Russell Atbury!
Rfcoolmi. ta Uume.bad. Garland flaw library Th* boy rev atod that ha anted to Anally poured out his heart to the I Sine Shore, Rebecca Brown, i a ass 6
teaches In ll'trac' Mann, School building permlU totaling $t4.- write' I* those record and emit 'It off to Ml wits Joyce Ann Layaon ray' Hilllard, +
Ih Mllml 'and AUguMua. la chief. I 126 were approved by the council! tender, peraonellhings: that heUilUted I T* the arthritic, the tubercular Joyce Morgan, Shirley Oi.... ,
'clerk' at lilt Ifomeateid (peal office Among the permit Issued were:1 U dictate. i the rneumatl hearhulr..r.doom Martha Oreer, Betty Turner and TMCKMG A LcyI
Mr, Wynn" Sr* la a teachtt 'in Kea-Har Corporation $18000 ed to long periods of 'bed can, therecreational Martha Lee Divli THAT >
p' the local achooli, Councilman.Wyan .bath house at Royal' Palm Trailer' l'..... federal *UI.I. aadretataUena acrvlcea provided by I CAD nnly fl
li a truate and memlwr: ot I Park on ft F. Fourth 11.. Or C I ot the Amy, till Red Croia eau their burden of novice or. IPPltrtrmN. roa nIIKfB r HffOt IKWMflf ?b 0111 SF I
the board of rUwirdi" of I InM r'. lloblMon, two $7.000 ens rundrnre .I Nary, and .the Air Force the iMlk-iantM and dlicouragement.Nearby : t r
. Melhodltl Church of I laue.l t 1 1iteid oh N, W, Fourth ave; Aaierlci Red from faraUhrt chapter" In eooneratlon tint''k. II t.e MM elm east no. seek I I x dw s XGI '
Itulurt Darting, $7.000 CBS dwellIng .i valuate aid .. the akk and with other local agoncle bring Into, floe. ...._ a. ....... eI Pse........ ( fXpENrIV ienAA' i
I' &A5'
Wynn, served several terms ai'pretMent ',, on N & Ninth all i B. F.' woaadtd of tha armed force the hospitals young .people. from UrM Dralnan 1401,IMtlrirt 4M Ow fie IM trtlfk 4r oT May>.wq A. I
of the city council, andwai ; llollimil addition to dwell- sad arta la wetter ef voluntary the nearby eommunltlei, wom.a U. salt. kM 111M MM Oruli. ..... M ter
known for hit Insistence on .InA N. W. Eighth itt j Dr J. M,' relief and ai a medium. of eoM.MiMlratlo who serve aa hostesses! for partlea, .rnv..*to one bas. Ace..._M*> .!I.rpOMUrai__tmr oath Ui, :
order at the mertlnm and,' xtrict 1 Hutton two $|,ooo VHS houses, 11.1 !bftwa the proplef young people, who danea and play' taw. a.M CMttrlrat wAraoM Uw MPun I
r adherence to the bualness In hund, W riiihth Oil Co., th Balled 8lalea and their games, all reminding'the tick .,a. 1..,Me.a.e.d. -. poems,....r11tae aaasel' M Due
tank,' rated farce. dler that he li not forgotten by .y. ...... I
Ai council president lie wan 1200 fof *, II' 1 a bmo'I n.hla nm.aa.
) for ave"I"rd, W Bllnmmtwin thou ha aerved. .. MWd, a 'do "ot, was .. I
railed on to timid In city court
III 5 WM I. Dap .
In the abaenM of the mayor anilha "Ion 10I I haw w ;,,:: *., I1.a.v I ..1, f
( gained high regard for the Impartiality 1 dwolllnf I"j; ""1ka Lnlflnil as..M Mead.f sold m pnoote M. rte, MM ealnIn. ofMn I /
and with whl b I Iha Lester Uawrrnre, two) rrpalri to 11.
dispatch ; Ida -
building on 8 W. t int u.- MM. enlrka'.5.n. . U .......
dlapoieduf the easel brought J apartment To the
I a.-eSU.e Ie "e U. *..< _'IN. 5..e
before, him TAl building commltlccman MJ dwelling on S. W. Sixth tti; John 1 A. II. IM*. I I
"" ul ikl* bat 4>r of OctaWr A. D.f
the preeent coum-ll he has the' Knrliia $100 addition NW. fourth | ...
eourag to stand by hli ronvli'.].1.1 i and< Ann Wondolonkl, |TI, People of HomesteadSince B. LRATHFIIHANClmH .
rlot1o III
tloru that the toning and build-' porch, S. W First itimrr I 110. C.nnr. l'Intioto CawI1.'
Crcrt w5N,0.17aaaFTrD,0.' 1940 and Older

: we are now permanent residents of I On.. ,I. li.. ... II.... I. 11. mil 1

r Homestead, and own our home here, and CARS and TRUCKS t i,

Now Open'George'sCycle I since Homestead has no legitimate roofer Seamless Copper TubingFar L
We have large stock of 1940 and older and trucks' in *
I for all types of roofs, after twentyfireyean a .cars" .

j of successful business, we feel like several makes and body.models.

.t Shop i You need us and o. Rrfrlmitkm Aatomotlv" Kr Bervb.'lMBttntOtawral Prices Greatly Reduced ;

I we need you. Va No Reasonable Offer Refused

t I . . \ ...... lL.S Flagler Ave. I i also .
\\ .. j SiriVli ." So we tore' entering the roofing business ..,
tJ" Pint Drat) *" t ,}'j 1 ..
I"f! '. 'Bh Chevrolet Water Service
.. We assure you the best in hot or cold or I Copper ,

I& tile roofs in connection with Mr.\ Uhodes.. la 2ft. atralght Dengue 4'W.Krome CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone 98 .

: Complete Line of Iilc).cles'I and (t ft colla-TyH K L -

I We will buy all material through dealersin
!J '' tricycle Accessories this city. Latest modern equipment/! i
approved and insured.! For contact atj' I BENSON ELECTRIC
Nationally Ad>crtUcd Motorcycles JUStd
; present call II rooke r'., C2:! or 813. a t

f f Children1 Tricycles and Wagons E.1. Morrissey ;

t M 11 Roller.- Skates, etc., B. M. MOORE Phone 418RL Y

.M, I I, Box /01-C, Homrte4 :Stag* wild "Ian sf !

w Made Lnwnmow .......... D rurmn' ,'},
Keys era Sharpened j Roofer i q; 1 J.

)1 nQCllOs .
I ,qrW! :; :.= Ever 0
M .erowd. dioa- rrered

,'.' ,.... .WANT ADS I PAM .LlH; KKKOfFTtMETme fow. ashy reel the HERE eOM J

.. ...1.10 Pbllae

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,', I! KILGORE'SBredRite,For nest (Results Plant ii::? \\ \s\1le-\\ L 'c ',0 t

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r r fit/ r SEEDSAmple In Rich Moholeey

.1i, a 1 Pla.tit C.Llstil/

: I ., Brand BW .

1 Stocks Available of All .''',,,- ,
! for Bw-....

1a Leading Varieties oh: .'' EXTRA COMFORT v.... Di.cow. rust offend" V"fonnanoe ;'


,. I Tcndergreen ARIYNVPIR Yours for Only. .I

Stringless Black Valentine '39Mnntco
The il|lasses m
McCasIan Pole yes was te fce ih... 'III.
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Sere yes ..-- pee ea so
fit.'t'. Mlly Md i k lly v TOMATOESImproved rU t.tteaty
,"'Ihere'.I.t. to teN ef **..... thrill,
you. Grothen Red Globe .............. .......Deaf
't' bvf someone else may want to use the Rutger fim e.wtpl: "ASS:t-= w

Mlaa4 _, ___ _._ I M
i r. '"'"lhii 1ent
tkMitUfulaewMe\ Hits llat main your party New Fusnrium-Wilt. Tarp -, .-_ tee

.t: lla. nelg il>ori thoughtful l of').... allows! olhcrito Resistant Grothen Red GlobeWe Ttiwhaa..1 JwrkaaavUloOMTNOVNO UI. '

:,L; .' call oJ lies the& lint(or JNCwnlnf. call eIeJsd.Pus I. ftjcrt Itwj" ""tIc

f esowUll recommend our NEW ftUS STATION twite*) TH. k
((1. PUNY our Momtrt deals grrtl! tyftt FtTSAk1UM.WI1.T.lLESlST 1NT ORO- H.-...... na. r,*. S.l .wMtq :: ,.. Cortina! G.nal PIedk tMMI

./ awrvico mike .r.. met ff.erJ/jr ee.ifeM..oreuolr TIIEN RED CLOnE to be planted on teats, ** *. la lyf* %(0 MltCO tn. R ai beaaty wwkttoaaaw '44.11 ry\Jot n I rmr. f t la |Mjtiaiaaia.M Duel, '
*. M inJUnJl lutt or hvopcrljr(MMtffvicf. land known, to be Inr'Sled.lth Fusarium

''t ,. r. *.*. rreonf. _/sit becS tpfttr Wilt Supply \'tr1I limited. --
tMMU W iraV .r.rUiif lUrrf lilt preside tit.t. .i
Benson Bketrk HasAPPUA Benson Electric
C'lWee end tMIhII ojjlc. eyofpauef Iwewsear,
r' ..tlecIMrN.-w. ,
e./am Seed '
Kiigtr Company .
, NCESrrl. Your Frlendij DfPftId&ItJL A Sa Dealer ;
\ msasaei Olds established etectrkal extractor ta ta*_ le 'tl4aae aWe Ull
KM .
soaienu; till .. LepN: sat
i Phones 63 and 814 Homestead, Fla. Fla.'jV i1a. UI ,
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FrIiIY, November 11, W9 .. .

.' ., w this. pat. wook end Mr mothor. aeaMl.W |M dale. .kn. whIt UM I IM yet the answer," Mid Bill "Herr \'
Expansion of School Facilities GOULDS CIIURCNIIOMECOIMINGDAY NEW\ CYCLE SHOP 't''M, ..... tarp ......... tos \keen ...Mm been"ftguring WI'Majnon a
Perrincpr III ate \W aawdkeJerre lit ttljtt tars tit the the time --Rxrhnnaf1A I .
Goal of New Florida City P. T. A OsalMto .to a .*#ent to attain.ani .lM/.Mm I* weal J
TO MAKE KEYS. I M'". etw w. ALUM ...., ....... the praalam The captain ..... city girl uutiQg her und
4AsS Brow*. t**..r ot eke Hev 'II a Sinking wow. OMtgfct tM o* the farm was wolohla a coiseteftlng '
Nevamhef U manted Uw Meet 1 Sam Tomsuslfat. SLATED NOV.' .20 FILE MOWERS' Jasaw ,A .roia., al.*. S eatteot ...... at .....,. her out. .' ;
Nr- Merry Oeehte i. io Dado Oowtty .Maa...\ will bg "Pretty MM cow. that. said
regular meeting of the Florid ltl111plmi: "sfd: pee ear they *<*M cdwskoijtt
MM. Andy Llaa her WHia, M he arms by t
Wq-pseeldnntt' 1 their lor awoe Slue
Crfy P. T- AW>ie4 N.n.1 to, ae i..tarf. 4MMur; and Vn.Caullote A* aUendMxw goal of IU hai Ooorg* pale Shoo, HI" AIN Paul Mfterod head ... Oeo. Youoja, sWmaf Miter ol ") .. -Yet, aiM the girl, "but doesn't
fight for the retention and thelanpfwement corracpondlng aecretaryChaknwM keen a.t.l.r. totinfOHBlng 4., to Flatter avt, (nel to the Dixie |arte. wan* sttvrk by Iruesi the Pen-In new* lUw M Tampa "Sure, taM Use taptarn.'Well M lilt a lot to keep .bar In chew"I'
cf tU Florida ail named fc, Mr. Beaker 'be held Sunday Nov 10, 4GouWi Day) it 5 new business that Mi 1 Hal putted IMO his filing. at.Ua Isle. waek ond oa bum no wonder I touUnl Ing __'''-la.
SchooL A recent official, order to wore Cha F, Mann prograen; Bapltet Cht Jn: Old nem- been brought to HomaeUad 'p. ad .ODrkad Ms about II tort Mr. end N... r w. Spudn -
,rkwe the four-grade school and David Jam B>ej berabi"<>; and bin and Mends of the church George StrahU of South Mlnl Re is it Dade Cwmly MoapltolMM WiMtw flew to arkaonvllle to
to transfer, the 31 pupils to. Bocker. refraubwoaLOrgaoUaUaa are invited to attend the program who bw bee a resident of Dili Saitt VIMe) aaaninianJi attend the funeral At Mr.. Walker'sfather
Homestead was rescinded temporarily pf the new P T rhf r Y1tt Inclute Sunday school County ti.I.Iota her uncle and aunt Mr aDd Mrs
after determined protestby A. was sponsored by the FhsrMaCHf and. preying! tetvion noon dinner Opining In the Non formerly trie: VlMen to Sanford tor the Mrs P U. Conrad, &. '>nUr. > D'YE DO '
the town eouoc4 sod the Florida Kiwanis Club through a on the gfoutrai' and an Mrly occupied by Walker ft Williams week-end. Island at luncheon this meek WHAT
City ttwanu. Club. committee composed of Chase(. afternoon sung and testimony ear Grocery, tho&do ebon wil U tock Mr* foresee Aallat baa recovered Grandmother .Owaley, Jill,.. Oda
The P. T. A. will seek ihe" addition Mann the Jtev Martin R. D.< vie*. blrycles, motorO-cUs, Ttiller frVnn a Uo-moiith. Ill- Kavhry, M...... 'M ll1a Moore, e
ft I (tfth aM a sixth grade, Glen Sctaioedw, Cfaas. De Slrfane \ According to Acting Pastor skates, children' wagon and ness. Mrs Johnny Pryor, Mrs W. W
the employaMOt of more teachers, Bdw Tiadale and John Iferker Waldo E. Wood and Educational cycle aoretaorfc*. U Mil feature Mrs Florence FacetU, owner dPerin Pryor, Mrs w. t Donett and
and the repair of the four-room John P. Neafsey, president of Director John Stewart, the heave- the making 411 key end. the sharp Fish Market tripled| over Mrs T. 8, 61_ PIo hId. were MISTER ?
school building John Be<*uv Is the Redland P T. A.. helped with coming It planned to promote feJlowaliip nine and repairing of lawnmower a crate and broke her shoulder given to the two oldest., Mrs
temporary president of the organisation the organisation lid to prepare for a re- *. Monday. Zschry and Mrs, Owaley.x \
which enrolled II member A voluntary collection of $..47 \ival, to be held from Dec 4 to Mr Streble will be assisted by hire Irene I Turner -of lakeland
at Jh initial m eiltg. The was turned over to the aecretaytreasunr Pef M bit Wife in the jy>or.tUiB of the ls visiting at the horn of Mr. Makea a DlffereBeo
other temporary" .. stead In the near future. and about arith.metle .
.... .... taMghlrr one day
BJIJIOOIIWILL\ Mr. and 101.... Frauds Tvdersetilertalned and each one war sure be IIrh'", or just an outdoor fellow No matter 1

Student Councils Send at' a recent' buffet knew more bout a/KhmrVc than those Tulane Work
supper Mrs Dorothy 1\1t.\ Miss the ohtlne argument got ao
ENTER ROOFING Delegates to Dade'Mcet\ Pauline Knight t. Warren and Herman hot that the captain of the fishing t
00U- Will be J.
I' Knight. Mrs. Maudle Mask boat derided to take hand U it. Just
BUSINESS liE REI Delegations from Homestead" and Mr and Mr, Tommy Mitch and tie gave them a problem W '
and I Redland schools attended theSeventh work out This WM the teat& problem .''hat IOU need for, 1,

r.r.Recommende t District federation meetIng ellMr. and Mr. *. Stanley Preasel : a 1
the Dad County student ,
of kind of work .
D. M. Moore, a native of Hannibal and their, shut. . Miss Alloe Preasel If a fishing crew caught 10* Your
Miami Edison
1 r Mo, but a resident t of 1 council Tuesday at of Yak, r.. visited Mr. and Mrs pounds of rod and brought their
tu High School .
Horioctead since February of Robert N. Chafer Tuesday calm to port and sold lifer ..IPIC't'llta or port.
la the HamNtead group wereMrs
year, has entered the roofing Oeo. D. Ruhle, sponsor, Doris Sam TVndrloh broke till font a pound, bow much: would
builnens ben He will operate as while playing football with. hi. they get for the ,fish
Lewis' Joyce Ennls, Anita Dells.
B M Moore, roofer. boys | The two flahe..t U
Moore was In general ton.truro'' Jimmy Watson and Bob Roper. Mill June Kirkland has !been work but neither. ant of them
from Redland
L For Wire Worm tlon in MiamJ in 1921 and IB2 Attending were

but specialized returned In roofing to Hannibal construction and Lewis... U Jesnett'Ooley, sponsor Johnson" aer'ldlnel, Oraldlne ., {

Douberley Phil Merrill and
there until his return to Florida' ,, I I
\ Charles, William. '
Gr Florid He and In Mrs 1941 Moore and selected toured bleat I Light Breakfasts ft )

Control Homestead ai their future home' St. John's Annual I
r The first of this year they sold Parish Supper Scheduled ,
their property" In Missouri, came I aad
to Homestead and built a homeon Th. annual congregatlnnal I
Poinsettia dr. meeting of St. John'a Episcopal i
. .'FJK i Church .UI be held after the: Hot Plate Lunches tr9 I iI
MEN'B monthly parish Wednesdaynight
,< ,< I ATTEND LA MEETING supper
A delegation from St. Johns At the meeting, officers will
'. Fresh Shipment oh: Episcopal Church attended a lay- be elected and reports given. I ,A.4It -
men'i meeting of the Miami ares Plans will be made for the 50C ,
.'jr' Monday evening in St. Stephen's every-member canvau to be made ,
Church In Coconut Grove. In the by tilt church on Sunday) after
group were the Her T 1, Lottlch, noon, Nov 20 .
Chlordane Powder Joseph Boyer Henry Crewdson, 'i
Sandwiches all hours
at ;
Henry Brooker Jr, Frank Rock
Frank W. Stillman and Frank r-;= w xrans YIATUta/ r t ,1'
Chlordane 40% Wettable Ifausman. !
Home-made Chili-Pies I. ...,...... . s {I .
wu'a shrtat +

Chlordane Emulsion Fountain Ser>tceRe .
v. dyed
2. 1 g
Register NowFor I ?. Ilordcn'B Ice Cream, Pint 29c _'a f.... '

J. lea .Ii ,.. fu } '

the City Primary, ,\ I1lakLJ ,q
i I DIXIE DRUG Tested fahrke
; er wear

d' i -Dec. 13 1. ... 1' ;f IlrlSlia t4.leS11. i .
.. .i 'II.. I "N* -SMI .mi (H- { .n .n
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P ..!( 'r'I Phone 30 We Deliver -i'A

.. Glade & Grove supply Y Co. .. James M. WollamCandidate

89 S. W. 2nd St, Homestead-Phone. 802 ,
Princeton-Phones 175 and 198 for Re-eJection
$ fiw7tP
t tI "rf

City Council

." ( : YOUR NEWKITCHEN \'s\I. \ ,.

,, ,:f 3.45 f I'e

.)" o\'f :\\i\\ ,,,,\,
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...... "TYLING AND WxuRTIrlRla

IlIAD t'I: I

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Only. "one"""""" low-priced car Jim Sharp Clothiers. ; ,

,; brings you all these ..; , leak. KreaM at lint tl"& ne etea4 ." rheaattT t 1t

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OTAtt HOW to ilaa pool Ow* "diVMS ktcheTJJ. 4'.>F I
.111a .* \bungstowB kjlciaeia ) ;, f4'o' .

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|...l.e. raw sink with a gleaning. atraamllW f
4NCH WIOg-BAM UMaV "KitcKenmidrt" with add-reeutlnf ponrlusj esam- eras aaawrf IAYI
W0tt.t CNAMTf/ PUIS LOWoftUJUII dish sad. vegetable we.-plaoosl t
rU sled top apmy.sVawers . "AI, way Y..
VAIYMN-NIAP INOINI TltO and. Storage space. .
I lit hat, at H.. .
ISMIMSO your working space will a eestl.noue SUIfSIHMSElWle
k : . .andlt'tthe r weep of tahis-tap otl..> to(4estea witkwl fir''' 'es' [

i PRICED LINE IN ITS FIELD! use your wall apace" wkk ......,,enamel&***eaU. I1CGUTIMCA.. I
: arts that asW Uw otter ails sad it perfectly .is) ,
: ay kitchea. it), tkz YOUllUHOr, ,

COM in loslay vA look *em ...,. .
I WlVln ftke.

IN tetrb TO OWNANOOrtlATt cun-tArt' l lA lfNht E

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: i BIRD CHEVROLET' U ;: !) ft'R 1 NAB .

COMPANY HO"f'JTf D tol ._'/. ....

ut,, J J07 N.'Krone Ate. Homestead ,Phone 98i Se'.

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Page Pour HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday- November 11,1949 rr r n

I Suhl.*, lUwleremtnatiea t(ether, States ..a* established. to eneurt I i I Nat: Ttfty per cent of the cow
TheLeader"Enterprise UIIIIIIIOIIIII..fmIllIUlHIIlfIU 1'I A etrel* II e round *..lght line I domestic hotUHIrTh . women spend all their' time trying
A tow Narpta froieesbo.I es- make fool of aoro* ......"
\MIl a heat Id the w** t. Drat OMiaeientlMU Oenfreaa -I to a
I papers of an arltor HM MMA Age come la between and in PhUadeJeWa., Kate: "Yab, and the other 59' , .,
20 Years Ago , day: I acrtfeutty aad poiUrity. Emphaili la puttie mace dai-' per ant spend *U tttefr Urn tqr- '
penal M let ,
I a.ltrIoper--On. who run away Ben jetmaoa aurvtved trees oo one word than another I InC to make a man out of come

hIo.-. ratan ., III ...... LewA' to get marrld.Teeaelal.7m. I pear In coma rapcta. 8hlkle-1 -Ex. fool'-Ex.
IMM d Mw.r.asw
M..-4 PIe. .4 IhI Me1b Dace "Ne..=-=.* cow **4 .....4 emma of land. Chaucer was the father :
.-- Da.Mer.LN c.Mraa CM .... IM w ... 4 The aerfdom at New York'a I nah pottery.

w... in a..a. M* .4d......O.*....11... 1MbvMk Jw Coney Island I* very b""'" The ConitltuUon of the United Fitzpatrick's Fine FurnitureCustom J
AtCNlifrrr .. Thehad. a atrawberry vatibule .
: ...... Ik* * bMvrtM Mk*
la.t .N ItoM. i... a'. ..... ,,'
.UlO:uWKf m W MARCMtt 1 + All aentencej Ire either simple Built of Mahogany\ and Other Woods

DicuNaoN or confound.A Cabinet Herk Chair Cuing. ReflnbhlnfCec. t
twitJln. ../ *..M.. nfmlllliIllllllllllllllunlimmlllllllInWHomnte.d'l atrlht line U any distance GI..U.. la..l.waale BbcarM Dr. Bedlaad Rd. TbM SM-J

Armlrtlc Day o.. between two place N '
Parallel lines Ire lines that can
.....oiacftimoN..... BATMU .. I celebration .u ipoojored by John
0. I axe IIJ*| I .a n. .r meet until they run to- KARKOTEUNDEBBODT f
t\M\\ n. bw. I D. Salle* Port of tilt AmericanLegion
O.toM. W OUt Omnn '' ., UMitm Residential Commercial, ;gxd.
MNI I ..! .;;. 1 1I named for the tint
I homestead! boy to 41* In Franc* -
,. .Salley mad his horn Mr. i &j1-r Additions
_I ... Me ...treth. Construction
L.L.eq with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and
N.M.e.III.My .sae p ...::: :.iM..a ;Mri. 8. E. Livingston, and wu ZINNIA, FANTASY Reliable PROTECTION

4 In4 I employed by Homestead Mercan-' a IINNIA, tltUruT Fro ctUmaiea. Licensed aad I...,...
II I lIe Co. Flnt burled In franc,

Re the Comics :hit body was dl.lnterred for burial l Stops Underbody
it the family home In Salley, &
By Aanl Maybew Flt ,ajrkk C. . Taking part in the parade Radio Repairs I Rust, Rattle and Rot Bruce Batchelor Irk
were Mrs Lydia Ooaaman only
Had the ever dawned on Tout Color and Fragrance Greet
told Ur wife In the diitrlct; 18th St. PH.246.W
Children live James W. Anderaon, 11-year-old Applied under .boo. !, fender, 166 N.W.
In 1 world of their own Imagination Clvlal War Veteran; and 8. E. Visitor This floor and chaul Keep new

Llvlngiton[ E. A. Froecher and A to Dooryard Backed by and old .
Where aU thing* are poaalbl To cart new cart young.Order
L[ Sterrett veteran of the Span-
them Ih-Amerlcan Wan, ," Color and frlgranc will greet Nlcollana and tlnnU both germt- 15 years of experience. your Karkot job t
Th. comlci are. not exaggeration. the vliltor I to a house with a dooryard Bate grew rapidly now
"Mar* than 300 attended fu. garden planted according I to from teed &enow; ( from early: .
neril aervlcel . for Charles the plan 111uilriled Mailed agilnit lummer until the plant are killed I wry>;
Brooker, 18-year-old HometteadHigh the low fence are pans of the by fretting In the fan The tlnnleesweet Your RCA Victor .,
FFVACotllnud School boy limed when nil tobacco, nlcbtlana, which li are Ideal for cutting. a* well a* Radio and Television ., fIt. >
cut-down 'akeeter overturned at one of the moat fragrant of all excellent for garde dliplay. They Texaco One-Stop .
flowen. A bed ai Urge ai the one be used for bowl ;
an arrangement
( from Tag* One) Dealer
I IItlnd.rd N W. First av* in'd N W. .
shown will u
Mexican perfume the evening air en the table, or VIM In the living j "
tmpoeed on . ..
Tenth at Young Drooker'scomp.nioni over a wide area, room. Station "
llmei! I Marvin Shaw and In the other bed are Iwo of the i I ,
Chandler, a native of Ft Drum Ted Thomas, suffered bruises and moil attractive type of atnnla A planting of the nature can be ;
used In location Dodd Radio &
brings to the office of FFVA I Ichalrm.n tuU.\ . Fantasy alnnlai are unique Inform. many betides the Appliance
particular one Uluitrated. In front
hit broad experience In Instead of the formal arrangement > R. II. DONE RON
of ,
"Elbert Frotrher, freshman atSlelaon of any one-ttory tit claw
potali which char. Iti N. Kronra rhooe 4(1
the Intercede of Florida agriculture to the ground level), border of flower
University, pent the clerltea the other double flowers N. Kreroe Av. Iloraeatead
particularly In the field ul ;weekend with hli parents, Mr. of toil family, FanUiy ElnnUa will make an attractive frame
foreign competition. lie Will one have curled. und twilled petal. of for the henna, with no danger of
I ind Mra It. A Froecher"
of the organlzeri of, the auoclatlon lovely, aoft eolurlng A mixture of ,growing tall In a abort time, that 1 1i
and hu Nerved alio ai "Mri U W Crubbi and children Fantasy varletlM t will I Include flow..curd the will shut out sunlight and ob-
chairman of the Florid Citrus : Mary Emma, Beatrice and a n of orange, rote, carat, yellow the view from the window
Commlnlon I Robert Edward from and white, All theIIrl.tI" uaed In this plan
: I Palmetto to Lllllput zinnias are tlmllar In are *un loving, and endure hot
The program for action In 194980 h.vI\'ed '.rm to the larger double type weather They are seldom attacked
"Mr. and M. >
Include: Ult the floweri are imallrr and by Inuct If the lOlLIn which theyare
((1)I) Promotion of federal farm I hive returned en ".or* numerout They grow In town I I" fertile, the chief care TiIcMarbicTcrrazzo .. V
leglilatlori which will ai.l>t FlorIda I Plummer dr." uwarf butbea II to II Inches tall: required will be regular watering, Build F
growers and shippers In workIng "Mr, and Mn. A. J, Van Mar- with branching itrma, bearing a and cutting off faded flower, To i /
flower at the end of each brunch
inure ,
fertility four pound of a
out their own problema but I tar are expected In a few dayi the plant arc almost smothered complete plant food ahould be
opposition to any legislation I front their lummer home In i l bloom. Color Include rich deep ipread on the loll and worked In
which will tend to make them I Ithaca[ N. Y" a aroon soft pink, bright pink before the red I I. sown. wag tour Our Lumber
"hired rand of the government. "A group of frlendi ,gathered range, yellow and purple. pound to 100 square feet With
(2)) Aulitanc In aolvlng the I at the home of Mr and MM. I i
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many problems which the riling,,Richard Oegler to mark Mr. eeler' ,- "uw.e.i' ' anu.n' "' '''' '"uuu..u i.u.ruuu.' '" !i uiWmnunuunwWwF

COlt by Iti of restriction importation of the li creating marketi,,! birthday annlveriary ." n It's the safest and cheapest in the long run.

which Florida producer can !held"Th the Paiauempo tint meeting Bridge of the Club aea- ANNIE MAYIIEW FITZPATRICK Strong,.sturdy timber makes strong support for
aer\ at a profit.Illuatraling
( aperlflc traimpoiiation the Frv A'. IntereatIn prob- :6A.Ame IOn at the..home. ." of Mr and Mri,'j HedUnd Road between Avocado and BUcayo Drive Let us give you an estimate on the your home-your' walls, your floors, your beams, ,::1 I

lemi the ,Federal the directors Reiearch voted and to Mar auk 'aerloutly"Little Mllfred lib Severy hat been Pianoforte and Theory : terrazzo and -tile ,work in your new and anywhere else where quality wood is needed.. "

ketlng Admtnlvtiallon\ carryout Violin Xylophone PUno-Accordloa
a rewarch project on the READ THE WANT-ADS building orin modernizing your :
proper in-tranalt refrigeration oltomatoi
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and bean ) uuwiwuu"nuWilunnnmununnnnuwmumm' ' '' '' '' '' ''''''" "unuuuuwuiunuu' '' '' ;'' '''''''''''nn.nnununnu' present home. Craftsmanlike workguaranteed.
(U) Aid to the Florida state and W. D. Home Co. Inc.
United States employment aervi- \ of I, '
Many patterns material
,. eel and to the grower In aecurlni ,. .,.I't . ". rye' ...;.--11 ,}knsqn E EIectrlcH ,
more latlafactory wdfVeW.'Tlr! /'l 'it 1 II'I''n'' "11" 1 r 4 ; i "

log upon Congreaii that leglnlation to choose from. : Hardware and Huildinx MaterialsIKA14K
affecting farm labor be fair to Overseas'Transp. Co. Philco, Appliances L. EKILL Owner
both worker and employer and '
11 N. Krome Ave. Phone
aka Into conilderatlon th* problems 277
Princeton, rh. 441
peculiar to agriculture, concluilon We sell tile to contractors. t
of negotiation for permanent owners or !

amps acqulallion now! lamed of to farm the FFVA labor I We stock only the best makes to i
I. .
by the United States Departmentof Daily, Freight' Service I Fare Leader-Enterprise Want Ads Bring Results!: :
Agriculture; cooperation with insure in
atat and federal r.*.earch educational COMPLETEInsurance appearance your' ,
and protective agencies Service
In the many aspects of producing, Be building. Immediate Delivery, '
handling arid) maiketing. Florida
Snub fruits and vegetable.
John II. HaleAT M
(4)) Dlaacmlnatlon of valuable HOMESTEADMIAMI
Information through bulletin,
meeting!, newipaper and radio
stations; continued fostering of the FVCIIS REAL ESTATE

Industry'public relatloni; amitanr .. KEY WEST 1111 N. Federal Hw>..< Southern Tile Co.MIAMI
to each
commodity dlvlilonIn Phones tlt-J-17I-R I
bringing Its development to
full efrectlvenew; urging upon '. It
every grower and shipper of
Florida/ vegetable and tropical And Other nai1I0TPOIN'
fruits th* necessity for ui.ited Benson Electric 2500 S.W. 28th Lane Phones -6037-t.4175 t

effort((5)) All poulbl aid In the flood Florida LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE .,, : I II
control program and every other Points! on Keys APPLIANCES Ij
worthwhile effort to Improve the 7 Orval M. Irwin Cor. lllh SI. and Old' OUIe

method of producing handlingand .' | k PrlnceUa Ph. 44S p, O. fax 116 Ilomeitead, I' .. t* j
marketing of Florida fruits t '
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and vegetable --T-- !

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IloW That. AgalaT Phone 365-W I w'as'h'l

The two old )ladles were dla-
tossing a highly confidential
for Pick-up ServicePhone
matter. , Brand New FormulaLONGERLASTING I I
"I told Brace about It." laid ,
the first, "In strictest confidence
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"Did you, warn her not \to repeat
it?" acid the other. 3-3615 I
Oh, no." replied the first, "'! 1 :
didn't dar do that I thought Miami\ Terminal: 230 S. W. North Hirer Dr.WINDOWS FERTILIZER I

that, if I did uk her not to repeat .
It, abed think n wain't worth I
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Results of tests carried on,by the experiment station Ludman Atito-Lok i
and growers In the Redlands Indicate how we can I

; fertilize more {effectively during wet summer months. I
This company: ;, has worked out a formula which will Awning Window !

Aluminum Awning Steel Casement last longer in bearing groves summer or winter It is

Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double-Hung a combination here cyanamid plays a very important i

Itomfh Aluminum Jalousies >;Romfh Class Jalousies part We will' be happy to discuss with you this for An all-aluminum awning"window coin I

mala for use In your lime or avocado grove, . pletely weather-stripped for your ,hurricane )
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protection. Vents automatically .'

't ., Florida East Coast Fertilizer :Co. lock'without strain on operator.1\y I.,:' ,
i I We invite your f Inspection. ; .

Manufacturers of : : .: \. ',1

w.C.'B SjS & Sons' . .' *t;" '\ .J' \"RedIand", Brand Fertilizers" W. C. ,BASS & SONSPhone

,' ,I4 ; :,,/ '- Phone! .1& Henry R. Pridgen. Sign Homestead Fla. 743-M-4 Homestead I

Reite t Bw ... H.eeettud ,. '.. ,_ fhMM 7U-M-4 .Exclusive. 'Distribujon {South of Miami I

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Friday, November 11, 1949 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISK Pap mey

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lire L. P, Kendrh and ,rend. to HM. area tsua weak Mra. Oeo. Mtta and ..... Walt of Marathon r''
eon, David Wayne Kuhn vMM bduded ..... aod Mra. Ira Barter tar FiMMff May. lit a .........av Realdac. WANNA BET
i recently In Jupiter at the .horn of Hoopla, N D. Mr, and Mrs., two-tsAok' vlWeekend ll with retatlvoe .ha of Ho rurM... .
That feather jacket paid week for .
of Mr. lid lira Henry DuBois Chaa. a. Filter of Wichita, KM; hlibcate, pi aa WM peebably I IMjaww 1
In and Ground o tts4 la* eNIng. Net H beawMIe sifrptoMi dwad
Mrs. DuBois to cvfxratin cites and Robert T. Payne, of 84. PMeraburg -
r5y { spite MM *WllWfl &|> BpAliVMdJMfctvC ft
i a major operation performed In | gueata at tea .hosM of ', la ya.aaM 11.w I Wnl M === r4d w brokasi sipper a* fused behInd earffa =
Good Samaritan Hospital in Wed\ Mr. and ten Advice. Jetofca wenMrs. 1' ... ......... I waist ba4. An ot wMeh. w. eaa bet need fer ye..
Palm" Beach.: Al Mar,uardt of La Grange, I..... .... .,
Mr. and Mra T R. Bet ord ofWauwatota hmJwass Insured theft, fire.
SSI M*> AU larmenta agalnat and water
Homestead Wist", are antes o( IU, and daughter, Hfc &IUr>1q. .. **. .. NT Mr **.*. damage. while la our pnasaaslun.TRADE .
The Rev. John H, Whltt, pastor and LL Ben Tale UN. ot Trtn- .
their son-te-lsw and gal Le
4' daughter
'' Mad U Tate is Mrs. Jacobi'eeu IAN .x too tNwAn1N.
..1 of First Baptist Church, expectsto Mr and Mrs J. Haeger. .M* nb Mvri IW :: :""I attend the elKhly-clghth" annualsession .t 'IMM li> t* MMkM* M .......t WINDS DRY CLEANERS ;
I Mr II MMfe PMM M* Mvw4 MMr
ol Florida Baptist Convention .
kid and Mrs Raleigh S. Grlf- Henry C (Sonny) peters, Jr., Mr. and Mrs M. E. McOionU .1.... aw 5. rte R.5nw1a.e ,_ 5'Mnl,
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next Wednesday and Thursday J. T. Grander has arrived from All sue.. ..... as I. IM .Male .J ,lot
and children Freddie and Eileen has returned from Venetueli, and ,, Joe arrived this .. S.E.F1ntAvo.BRANCORInc.
fli\ In Daytona Beach aon Billy Ohio to ( nrn ale. r a. N." I' seegJl. aaP.esg '.&I.... 'M 'M t
In here ;
making their home InRusttn I engage farming INS TW On in a ,:. ISM
,t art where ha haa been employed. week from Cherryville, N. C. to rmrafcrt n.
this .
winter &I ll M*
; where Mr OrUCli hat 'I spend the season here Mr. MeGinnla *ward. .. R IttIw UN.
Mr and Mrs. Bill Grimes of -
n assistant Hills- ls brother of R. D. MeGlnnla Oil* Ikeaptlrsw'
headquarters Mr and Mn. Jot Carlson arrived a
County a.rlcultur.llien. Palmetto were week-end houseguests Jerome Kunll and Ben Olev- --I!.,. s. II rem>
borough of Homectoad.Mrs. ,
by plane Monday from
sky have arrived from
of Mr. and Mrs. H H.Graham Chicagoto
for )the Ruskln-Wlmauma Naujatork, Conn, to spend the spend the winter hero. i
, section.. Mn. Crlffii It the former winter at their home on W. Avo- of Nar-rnla Blanche Zimmer! of Ilrlhrlehem.
MiM. :Annabel Redd, daughter of cado dr They were accompanied Pa., was a Homestead' visitor Don Margolls arrived from Two H.E.ARNAUDII
and W. a Edwards of
of Fred Redd and Mn Othella Reddof Mra.
by their daughter, Mo Either last week Mrs. Zimmer plansto Falls. S. D. this week to
!Homestead. Mr. Crlftli, who I Davis, who will spend several Winter Park spent Sunday here buy grove property hero asa grove property h..... s. Krone Ara.Watchmaker .
} served In the European theatre weeks here pith Mr. Edwards' stepfather and home for her and her
,;ei f, during the war, holds two degrees mother, Mr. and Mrs Herbert young parenta .............. .....__.... and '
" from the University of Florida Evanoff daughter. Hock and Concrete Products
Mrs Lena Link,. proprietor ol JAMES ARCHER SMITI1 Jeweler
and taught achool: and veterans'classes Camp Happy, who has been a Mr and Mrs. James S. Hunter
C have
in agriculture before his Mr and Mra. Fred Berg hOSPITAL NEWS
\:) patient In James Archer Smith of Clawson Mich., plan to come' Watch Clock.Jewelry -
l( i appointment aa assistant county Hospital several weeks was returned arrived their home from at Maryland till N. Thirdava. make here from Fort Lauderdale where vats.nn.nunnn..............I I Repairing a Red RorkCenrrrle a Pea RackSortenlnga
' agent to her home Wednesday they have been spending the season San a Reek a
I -i- After a trial stay, Mr Hunter To Mr. and on premises.Pearls Cenrrtle Illocka a> Seri Flit I
Mrs Nell Tuccl of
Mrfcnd Mn. John Kuhn are retired druggist, and his .
Mr and Mrs. Kelsey l Gardnerof a Homestead a IOn on Nov 8.
. parenta of a five-pound daughter Pvi Glenn Dickinson has returned Restrunx f
born Nov. 7 In Jamei Archer Washington, D C. and daughter to Wacom Field after a wife may make their permanenthome To Mr and Mrs. Duane Patrick '
l Smit Hospital Ann, and Mr and Mrs Robert visit here with his parents, Mr here. of Florida City, a IOn on Nov, B. Appraisals Made We Deliver AnvuhtreBRANCOR
Frarler of Teaneck, N. J, an and Mrs, S. L. Dickinson. To Mr and Mra fhos. Wtllough-, '
house guests of Mn. Gardner Mr and Mrs. J. W. Moore are by a IOn on Nov 10 : Electric Clocks
,, I Mr. and Mn Chat. Chambers mother, Mrs H. H Ewing. Mr. and Mrs; Chas. W Lelby on vacation in Georgia and North Medical patients: Mra. Virginia i)
: announcing the birth of asevenpound I Carolina, Morris, RepairedFraternal
. an have returned from a three-week Mrs. Wnv Fox Mrs. Gladys '
IS-ounce son, Chas. Mrs. E. B Francis Is recuperating : visit with relatives In Pennsylvania Kldd, Mrs. Mary Palmer, Mrs. Inc. '.
' ; Albert. Jr., on Nov, 4< In Jackson- I after a two-week Illness at, and New York. Mrs. Mae Franta has been returned M, F White Joyce Bueg, Leon Jewelryof ,
;villi. Memorial Hospital. her home on N. W 12th at. to her home from James ard McCaslin and Leigh Blantonof all kindswith

'p Carl Sumner of Memphis who Archer Smith Hospital where she Homestead' Mrs. Marie Albury, I aatrlal attention U H L MANIiKNnl' !, 35. f>n..
Is spending a few weeks In Miami had been a medical patient of Naranja, and Ch... R. WIIII.mli i I Mwab. and Eutin BW PAUL 0. CORMIt.IIR, Vkrr. B. t, .OKIHIN' aWTnM, DM. Hi.

day visited and Homestead Tuesday friends Mr. Sumner Mon. emblrma.VSE Rock Pit on Redland ltd., S. of Mowry Ph. 419. .

1 1 was Enterprise an employee in 1B27-U of the Leader- Open 24 LUNCHES Hours PACKEDFor A Day II I I. out FLAN LAY.AWAY :L I '1 1I ti I

Mrs. J. U Delk has been 111 at .
her home on N Krome ave Early-rising Fishermen. L_ J

e I Good Sirloin Steaks( Chops Shrimp :
6w ,
drover Flynn of Alabama U : VERYSEOirF \ \
spending the winter at the homeof Golden Fried Chicken 4
a. e his brother-in-law and sitter,
Mr, and Mra C. J. Merren of E. GLADES RESTAURANT

Campbell dr. EVERY DAYt1. ,,;/

Mr. and Mrs. R. O Shore and 176 s. KROME AVE, HOMESTEADJALOUSIES: I'. .
,1 daughter, Rcyna Dawn, have returned srl y t4s
; 1* In the Lily Crttn Pattern, the character from a months stay In
, etl
; ;Noah observed"I ain't very much,but I I'se all Wisconsin
":. \ :I got",This is simple but eloquent reasoning Mrs Lillian McRne of Gainesville 1/Ift4 v
"- I was a recent: visitor of her -m
,( V The realization of responsibility to yourself ,J sister, Mrs. Clara Cflxon of Florida r yj > oa ,

:sod to others to be cheerful,sympathetic,and ; City ...-=

i 1fI 'helpful is the basis of a sound personality. M. E Potter of Warehouse \

p and disgruntled people are I burden to all Take good Point, Conn, arrived In Home 1 1III
' wa
" stead Saturday for his annual Glass $ Woody
,1 care of jrourielf. Do not forget that both your family physician winter visit working for the 1
and your pharmacist are on your side to help you I.. 0 h
Mr. and Mra. Irvin Henry and PROTECTION OF YOUR ME?
stay well and happy. All you hire to do is ask for their two-year-old son have arrived .5

help:When ill,sea your physiciio We are fully equippedto from Jrentrow, Va, to make their Aluminum>\} Yes! Imml.Mastlc-thc time-tested and ;
E. E. Second ava
home at 155
fill 1 your prescriptions furnish the needed sickroom Mrs Henry Is a daughter of Joseph , scientifically proven mut.erial-has been .

supplies. Bommarlto of Homestead r l developed especially for Florida homes 1 ;

I lit New ttuilding CbnstrneUori> 'JI- '11"" i 1 e . as a guaranteed .piwtecHon against
AIR CONDITIONED Mrs Newcomers Boy Estes here of are Detroit Mr and and Repairs and Additions Under F.I I.A': the hot 1'lorida) sun and, driving rains of

their ten-month-old daughter who Ventilated Awning Shutters Hurricanes! It peals) your home against!" the ravaging\ iienctration

Glades Prescription Shop ara making their home on Newton of moisture, it insulates, it IxautificH . all in UNI} single application -
rd. at U. S. 1.
+ . at ONE LOW COST'InsulMastic !
S N.:Kreme A... rhena (Iuuitonvottc Mr and Mrs.. U O Lovlg of
hatei'ial with
is oil base high \
Ellison Bay Wit, have arrivedto George N. McHugh Contractor an sprayed on pressure
spend the winter here. spray guns . 15 times THICKER; than ordinary paint.' . in your

r choice of white and beautiful pastel colors CARRIES A TEN-
Mr. and Mrs O W. Plotntr and BISCA\NE DRIVE TEL. HOMESTEAD '781-R
their eons and daughtoislnlawMr ,. YEAR GUARANTEE! Yes Insul-Mastlc)\ works every second of

and Mrs, W J. Plotner and every day, year in and year out for the protection of your home I IIN
Mr and Mrs. E J Plotner and
daughter, Sandra, have arrived *'ESI Kl Alt NOW! .t ,,1
from Monroe, Mich, to spend the +A B' f.
season here )DIAL 18-9510 .

ELECTRIC RANGE Mra U H Klopp Is ill\ In Jack Pre-Cast Concrete or 83-G982! A

son Memorial Hospital INSULMASTICLaboratories NqL MASTQ I

Mary Beth, Infant daughter of
Mr and Mrs J. R Brooks, was

p brought Jackson Memorial home Tuesday Hospital where from Window Frames FLORIDA DIVISION, Inc.) R'

she had been since her birth on
Oct. UMiss till H W. S8th Lane-Miami, Florida '

Mae Anderson Is 111at \ ... ,
Vera .,:...1.','.w 'r '..\ I l'
her home on N W First ave.
,: ';', : ''tt \ Z ,

Expected to spend the weekend -
. ; '. Mrs. Henry Prldgen are Mrs
} I Prldll n'. parents, Mr and Mrs
,,r wr . Bernard E. Firth of Jacksonville h

"- >, and daughter, Miss Miriam Firth 2 and Mrs. Firth mother Mrs Alice
\ Keogler,

Mr and Mrs. J. Walter Boyerof
Peru, Ind., are spending the
winter In the apartments of Mrs
n. Hilda Johnson at 445. N. W 12th
1 st. :t

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The new Davis Varnish plant uses only the moat modem .
Benson Electric Has
1 lynrtialk'' rearM In the development of Its Quality 1, :

HOTPOINTAPPLIANCES Varnlih' product Here, the fined of' equipment ",

s operated under precision control during the mow : '1

FrlnecleB. Ph. 441Denson 5s.; ,foctvring process, toms out vomhhei' of'superior merit : (

There Is a Davis Varnish for every purpose,. 1! t

,MoJzelfai a 'kJoJJ o4esce .. 1 e

I I. Ir e AN.I4AC IUMI SPAt ,? 1 08% ......*-0", *.M4V Z

It math a world of difference; when cool on an LAH .nM...MM h,M" Mrs H a hard IwlraM ....KsMy r...M.rf I '
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... ,. 1 w.ssc {
4 Lec"'- ioat Automatic Electric Range Enjoy Electric Cooling at .... 10 .....,edephd ter MMI.r.
'. Ht batlf' with (host of' UH advantage Teal coat. aster oatlar, beese. .. pexaw m's...esplan- w Mw eeN.Hy. j
( CANT ICIIAIat moll VUMM ..-.. ...... .,....... e ,
cleaner, and more econ mcal1y! with the automatic perfection ol A rwew.l.-.Ar.( fanrito_ r r
-_Os.ot'"awr' e DAVIt ALL AIOVN "." ..-........ for Mtarfv er :
UH cool",y. Coma tn loday and let tit show you why UH istle ......,..."' ......... HI'" ............... ,
) range that males oood cooks better. Made to Fit Any StandardOpening ,REDUCED e 4C
isms rilNM rtOOt VAINISN-lplMM tyMMM iwh

PRICES aw'YnWOeele..rdhea.ate,wwrierfree e hhe, i ie

Benson ElectricOldest Electric Has Livesay Window Co., Inc. Brooker Lumber Co. .

established electrical: contractors: In the Redlanda. IIAIWW RE. & I1UILD1NG .MATERIALS

In Princeton: since: 1917 I Ptriko Appliances 3011 t S. W 28th Lane Miami Phone 4.2503JA l
Homestead, Fla. Phone 62V e
Princeton, Fla. Phone 412 Homestead Lrlaee .e,1. 44i I. .

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_u__ __ HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRidEw PrMy. November ,

roe! a floor ahoy to
uttmmu Social Events in South Dade . . New Year's fhri
be staged at
A bridal ehowar for Mia Dcefi I I A. H. Singleton Mn Beanie D a .
... I Singleton, who win w4 Talawdg:e, Cart and MX Mary MotlelllOlfta dance are being held each Huee-
f( Burkett on Nov. IS, wa* given were ao4 ky. ..,... O. B. day by the Jtirphone operator4cbw
;,. I Friday evening by Mrt. Froderlc! Burkett. Mr*, tt** lop v, >! l pigs* In .Jkcred'. Heart, dubhouse. -
tT. 'ANN MAROLDO AND K1CHARD G. HATTSON' white DMhkl. wrtaj Upon their/ MRS.,A. I'. ARTHUR TO PRESIDE MONDAYAT Myer, Mra. Hanold ft Fylor *ax E. t. Thompson, Mr. Robert DCM. .
return, they will make their borne Nana C B. SingWoo+ *t (U>* boat. MrDelma Mia, Ctjclli Ollva IV director
IU *- ,. WED SUNDAY IN SACRED HE4RT CHURCH ot Palo dr. to WWa CHy, I DISTRICT FEDERATION MEETING HERE j of Bin. O. A HaioliaTbe Mtry Entei and RoOMbarbers of the group, and Miss Helen
J 71., The bride hat; made tier home boooree was preaeDUKl Kit Jane Sopr. FlUQtbbon pianjtt. .

Mill/ Ann Maroldo. daughter of mother/ They were faihloned iietkaplw in Florida Sly for the post three Ma. A. F. Arthur, director two-minute report. Presidents a corsage of yellow pompoa
Mr, **>d Mr. Louts Marolde .4 low bra ate with years fib was eduoaled at New District U of the Florid dub will be .pr.. Gladioli and garden flowers were PERRINE CLUB WILL IiONOICHUSIIANDSTUESDAY
t .n 1, Jlorld City, and Richard OIs. matching cape and long full York Textile Hlg,, School In Nw tion of Women' Club, will setIcy# Mr Stanley Bledron, used for daroratlon of the foosn/ I
,Malison, eon of Mrs W F A. skirt. The maid of honor waitreated York City. Side at DM district "moeUflf. fo chairmen cf the junior In the bridal contests prizes wer. NIGIIT AT ANNUAL BANQUET
:1, ,4, Robertson of florid City, wr I* a lold-eolered. town A petty* of Florid City, th* held pen Monday in Ihe'audi roupa.Talk.. 'Io'UIb, Win AntoJoeit Moro Pod
t \ (1 li untied In marriage at I p'clock velvet-trimmed in peacock blu! *. bridegroom wit graduated from torium at Jiedland Farm on dub work will be Mil Singleton Perrtn Women' Club will hold Mrs. Colby! Jn>her, Mri. C F.
Sunday afternoon In I double-ring She wore short gold-colored Homeate jU h School avid Camp Delegate will elect I by Mrs Sitting, Mr. Jones The gift were ,laced Inroaeenarneled a It* annual banquet |In honor of th* SandUn, Mrs. John W Chafer- ,
... r certinony performed by the Rev glove and a headdr .f fold served flv* C..* In the ar.ny. H* district director and a Mn. MiKay. Mr. Wm. COlt clotbe. hamper, tor huabeMff of Hie dub members, .iT Mrs.. Lee L Jonny. Mr*. 3. Max
j n. Paul L. Manning in Sacred Heart and peacock blue plumes pod I Ia engaged terming.RCDLAND ' .. tot 185052Clubwomen: of the county! federation, j>reeentaton to the hortot-ee :10 'Tv.edaII). In Barrio* O'Neill Mri A. D. MuDini, Mrs.
.... CMtootle Church' : carried prayf of blue roses Md will meet and give the Invocation before The hosteiie aerved coffee end Community House. W V. Redding, .nd Mn. E. K.BrlUJm .
I ere. Whit chryianthemuma, pompon gold fern faihloned In wedding '-II GIRLS .WIN the members of the florid and Mrs Horn will pumpkin pie topped with whippet "Salty" Mallant, newspaper :/, ,
.t(: and fern fronds were used ring doalgn.. The brldeimaldi! AWARDS CXWNTT OFFICE; nitlen'i "traveling troupe" the afternoon Institute. cream columnist and radio commentator .
f for decoration of the church. The, In'.owna of peacock l due, velvet a..cter. wbo pre traveling will report, and Mrs Present, beside those mae will tie guest apeaker, Cooaenratloa MUSIC.. Lt'B TO'HUt
t I pewa wire marked with while trimmed with sold, wore peioook Harriet Low. of Redland Junior miles to bring the federation Howard OJen. district aecre- Uoned, war Me. Clyd* Bawdoe, at natural resources .AT LOGAN HOME
be/ 1:' satin ribbon and sprays of chry. blue glove and similar h.aplecei. (- IIIMh School, we elected. vice- sage to Individual clubs and Ural vice-president of Mr*. B. M. Bowden/Mn James will be Oe general theme of the'progrtB MobdayNdaii'Ciut'ptiU: : l meet
a anlhmum. Their flower pleoea, president of the Dad County the eakcri! will be: Mr. A. Plum Club will read the Bray, Mr. Sam Engel, Mr. Soil which will b* directed" at 1:1': f'loy..H: It the home of
A' MIN Helen FlUQIbbons organlst though" hoped" like that of the Junior Horn Demo .traUon McKty of Orlando : Schneld Mr. Rot Johnson, Mho by ..... Robert M. Chafer, pro Mn. 'A. M' Logan at 69 N. W.
played a program. of oft maid of honor, were mad of Council *>t the annual ending Mn, Raeburn C- Horn of gram'chaircean. A aurprlte enter. Fourth\ *t Uosteswi will be Mr*.
nuptlil music a* well al secom bronze chrysanthemums Mdtalliman Saturday In the school admint ton, flnt Vice-president; lof.dI.j HKISKKAIIS HONOR ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT inlner4 feature U being planned.! H. 1. Dave, Mr. *. Tom Vann,
t a "t' panlment for Harold Meyer who rote The little flower stratto building I.| ""mL Joan Walter S. Jones, aeoond! I I Hostesses. will M Mr. George Mr. 8. r.. Barton .Mn. L. L.
: '1\.. tang "Mother Dr, Oh Pray for girl ilreued. In the earns fashion Core 01.Redjand wo named to president; and Mrs Nell AT BANQUET, SCHOOL[ OF. INSTRUCTIONLiberty Cadtnaox, Mrt / B. Carmichael, Hood knd Mr LoBI.I .
ti t'' MH and Tanl "" ,llIctAl.- He* and the lime colon 11 the bride*. the Da-Co newt committee to help of Ocala, Junlon chairman.
; 4'' for the ceremony, the bride laid rnaldt, scattered blue roll petal luperylae the. .council1* newssheet Regiitration will be held Rebekah Lodge hon the was presented with\ gift by
I . '- I hug bouquet of whit chry. From I blue and gold basket 8:10:; to 10 o'clock. Manors Mrt. Clcmmle Hord, retl. I Mr*. Jack tlmmerman noble I
1 -., aanthemumi .t'the feet of the Mr Maroldo, mother of the Joan and Harriet. are among the welcome. of Florida Rebekah AMem- grand,-and with I cheik: for the FRIED CHICKEN
Virgin Mary, at Mr. Meyer song bride, wore black crepe aequln 11 Dude County\ girl who won Mr* U J. McCaffrey of at I banquet and meeting II. O. O. T. home at Gainesville by
,v" '"Oh Bring flowers of the Rartrt." trimmed, with black acceunrlea, shards for outstanding VH work' will give the Invocation; Mn. 1 Monday night In the I. O. a Mn Selma Baits, district 'deputy AT ITS BEST
I The bride was given In mar- Uri. Robertson mother of the Joan will' attend the National L. Krone, president of the hall Decorations, in the autumn preildent '
I' Hue by her father. Miss Gcril- bridegroom wore grey crepe and Congress at' State. winner in club the welcome; and Mra "'*, Included arrangement of Special guests In addition'to Hot BIscuits tootPasco's t :
,I" din Oil veto was maid of honor; lal"* with whit acceuorjei. In food preparation eootect,"and Mar.: U De .Poyster, Broward verbena! crotona, fall fruits Mr Hord, were Mr. Barbara ,
4" Mitt 'Vera Troxell and Mess Doris the coriage of each wen two pur- diet woe, the county: award in .. president, the response.Mra. pumpkin, The banquet was Hendry, vice-president of the Mate
. t/*,] Winga, bridesmaids; and Diane pie orchldi dress revue. I Arthur wlU appoint by daughter. of Kebekah assembly Mrs Fm Armfield a
'" Navllio flower girl Earl I Rohrer total mittee Resolutions will be ., (In. Robert Haute Mini pat treasurer of the atsemoly,
After the ceremony, 110 gueit A of ill 4-H girl and prelentod Restaurant
f Mill Jcanle Foeter. and Mn. Nellie dii-
Revell Raymond a
was pert man, and Kenneth Ke lel attended\ a reception and aeven leadMmade. plan for new yr by Mn. Qeo. C. EaUll
I : l/s, and Sam Torclte were ushcnI" course dinner- at President Marti-' activities of |Ji* .40'club in Dade the Woman' Club of Miami Jean Outlaw and .Mlu Dotty trlct deputy pretldent

.,\ ;. of Th traditional bride wed White lovely satin in a made gown ann md llutvl white( In gladioli Miami decorated roach Pink the' County . I of Mn.the J.Coco H Farringtun Plum club Mrs. At Lee.the regular meeting, Mn three While were here present.Mr! Hord ThlrtY.j U. a I Near RcdUnd CampFryers ,
achool of In house of Mr.
: e form-fitting with sweetheart H Popham, president of conducted a guest
banquet tablet and the brlde'i YULE: PARTY PLANKED On behalf of the lodge, Mr. Zimmerman
.? neckline outlined In crystal beads table which we* centered with a Springs Woman'i Club, li chairman "
.H end teedpearll In leaf design I I I white fl\-tlcr' wedding cak. BY PAST MATRONS' (:UJJII'lanl of the place committee

acalloped center panel and long Toaiti wereJB'ered by John for a Chrlstmi part and which Mrs. David n. : H.P.W.C.: WINS ATTENDANCE '
I callopad train. Her veil, I threes Fredrick, JohWuccI- and Dr J election of officers to be held president of the UOUlekecpcr.Club
tier, hand-nalloped model hung W. DoCaetam. Dancing and .a Def.. 18 at the ,home of Mr*. Olen aerve.
? from a white satin crown of crlg- floor show were enjoyed by the Edward were made by members Serving on the credentials' eommille
? dual leaf design She wore dla- gUMU. During the evening, solos of the Pail Marlon Club of Nt- will be Mr*. J. )' prize for the highest per1 1 Mrs, Glaa .
I pound and platinum cross, girl were sung by Mr*. Jo Boberti, reels Chapter of U* O. E. S on Whitney, federation chairman of attendance was won by The club will meet Monday
cf the bridegroom, end carried ( Mia Oliveto, Pat Tuccl and John Nov Set the home of Mn L. HCreir .' leglaletion, and Mn. I. tead Business and Profess evening" in Sacred HearS clubhouse still I,
** bouquet of whit purple-throated llomunde.. Still and moving plij- ;; Steels. ,. president of the Women'i- Club with I repI I ; ,
\. orchid! tune were mad. MM. Welter. Peterson wn dablu Club. of 11 member at a .' '
f ; Th gowns pf the bridal attend- On their honeymoon trip to warded the lucky star Mrs. "Mrs. James A. Moran..r meeting Sunday In L* anti, like that of the bride wen Cub, the bride wore a black cult Greer served cherry pie a la Northeast Club will serve Hotel In Key Weak Mr. HISS 1 PARMAN IN CONCERT 38cGoing Ib LiveWeight
i. H hand-work of the bride' with matching acceuorle and aI mod and coffee. chairman of the nominating committee Glass, local club mem Mil ,Ardel Penman Homestead t
I composed of Mrs W also won the door prize. |pianist, will be presented by Ml- .
I : Prtaenl, beside tboa mentioned Huber of Biscayne Club, Mrt. Attending the district meeting imi Conservatory on Friday .
were Mrs. W. 0 Talbott K. Mittlngly at Miami Mr*. Frank Kent, president, evening, Jan 11, in its series of Dressed
: I e Mrs. Graham.ALTAR Tom Chapman. .and Mrs. |III. Club, Mr. W. Lamar Smith .. E. ,.. Froscher Mr*. H. H I Faculty concert to be field In the white you wait
Drapery Materials Miami Junior Woman' Club Mrs. Osle Will, Mr* concert room of the main studio
. J -. Mr S. S. Mcpahill of L. Martin,, Mrs Roy Haynei, it I 3900 Biscayne blvd. Also: DUCKS, HENS, TURKEYS
; I Hare Arrited 1 SOCIETY PLUS Woman Club. .... Frances' B- Lincoln, Mr Mia Penman piano Initruclorit .
I II FOR SOCIAL MEETIVOS Mrs Arthur will present ..tb ) Smith Mn Chester Wool the conservatory, has charge of PrInt'D igfj'2$(: each.Green's. .
president of each senior ,," *, Mri. Irving Wechtlcr and I i Homestead. branch of the imtl-
I ; $1.65 to $1.98 per Yard A'soclal event will be Md etch Lashes here at her home MI N. .
month by Sacred Altar Krom. eve. Daughter of Mr. and
Society, tnemUn d= at 'a !MRS.\ ESTON ANDE GIVES SHOWER Ii Mn. C J. Parmaa pf Homeatead! Poultry Farm

: Webber & Wollam Fabric Shop meeting Wednesday nlgh In the IN HONOR OF !\ DEUUR DA VKINS she I was graduated ID, June Irpm :

I """ Worth' jCTo." ''w ""*"'* ., ..dubhoua.w"mlaiJia* Preliminary.plant''j '.'..... hew,.. |.._ <"'.' vHMn. Earl . 1]than Rochester) aitrnaa School Y. of Ma]tic In !, '1I3i'l : t t' 11&&U'V\ !
11 ; Krome nual ham and cabbage dinner In OeUnar Dawklni wa Holland\ Mri, Byrd, I IKas. Phone
March pllm.ntedIoltb( I shower Tuesday Luther Ramsey, Mn. Fred I A. D. S Tent If PRESENT Richard Road and Waldin Drive
Mr. Philip D. Reams
: evening by Mrs bUrf I' J PROGRAM ON MISSIONS
I 1 Anderson at the Andenon hAme.Cut ., Mn. C W. Oawkini Hiss Mn, A. D. Seiitn directed a
t s flowers and baby pl Hammock, MIN' Betty Ar. I program on'missions} *,f the meeting -
I were used for decoration. Inlitre \ and Mil Peggy Byrd. I of Circle Three -of,Flnt Baptist ,
r ( contest, iwo prizes were weal, I W. M. S. Nov. J et.the borneof
: Mrs. Norman Bepion antLb..i's [ BYTEIUAN WOMEN ; Mr*.. Howard L. ,Johoaon i .-.V .
i Save on Groceriesith other liy Mrs 'Vtr1anliSIfrtitor, MEET: TIllltSOAr ;Others who took part' were Mrs / f
who also won the door prize; The general meeting of the :R. N. Caldwell Mr. V- C Kerley i J.".. BOOMIIRIt's ...
The hostess served coconut ( of Homestead Preb.y I and Mr* J, Tom Vann.
: :"iiLi : '!' and pineapple punch. Favorswer( Church will be held at I:IS Mrs Johnson served strawberry . 1ITTIR '4 'f, .
wee pink and blue basket Jnl afternoon In the pri! I shortcake. and coffee. ,
I .I' ; with mint building Mr. Wits D- De Present!, besides those mentioned 0 Jf''I far Moro CONVENIENT
: I..I!: Present, beside those ,mentioned will direct a program ,on were Mr. Georgia BI,. .
ei were Mrs. Ceo. DIllow life end evangelism. gear i Mr. B. W. Stevcnaon Mrt. 'This, d.I...... ; ,
I. .,J, l ,rdra Mn Dan Arrowood Mrs. Refreshments will be served, .Annie Grlgtby, Mn, J. H Grlgl-
i. a sew : Whit, Mr*. IL V. Jones, Mrs.Wilbur care wlU be provided for by, Mn. W. H. Cook and Me. -
'a' pweple. Mn. F. P. Olcnnlgan children' John H Whltttented
: : / LOW PRICES Mrs. Carl Brantley MriJack "STAGGERED"TOP
". { : vr; :. :. Stepp, Mr. Ira R. Anderson
Mrs. A. E. Paul Mn .Irwin ,
: Vera Mae Anderson and lti COOKING
": i. . PERSONAL SERVICE. Pauline Hennlgan Mn. "Florence Carter of Bat- with I ritual from U* '
; Gift were lent by Mrs. W: worthy grand matron of the chapter
I :, ; .. Chamber. Mri. Ulric Free Atra.ADA Chapter of the Eastern Member were asked to bringJelllc ,
'. ; ,. 'IFREE 1 of Florida, will be honored and other gift items to theNov.
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JACKSON CIICIXMEETS Ad Astra and Naranja chap- 11 meeting for inclusion In

: . ..,. . .. ,DELIVERY 7-.f' AT NEWTON: HOME ... at a Joint meeting to be held the Thanksgiving box for tile
Dec.' Masonic home
I t:30 Monday evening, 12 at St. Petenburg
? ;I .. Mrs. Jay Newton and 1'-. :': Newton were hoatetse Dan tor participation were cream was served with coffee
,7 NIj / Ad* Jackson circle of Tint Baptist by Naranja chapter at the The chapter room' was decanted
1 al's. W M. s. on Nov. I .'- 1 meeting which honored with croton

1 j: I. arf '" '...' Jay Newts horn A mlssloa program worthy matrons and patron. i.-..
a ,. was presented by Mra. lohnBall. District 21 The IS honor
.. and Mr*. Millard Gaddls were introduced by Mn. Mrs Lula B. Free and Mn E. ,
V and plan were mad. for ,* Peter\ md W 0. Talbott, S. Capllnger will entertain Clrde
: : group to prepare a matron and worthy pa Two of Fired Methodist. W. S. C.
i: WOLLAM & KENDRICKPhone basket far preeentation to I IIIId1t.mll7 Mn. W. C. Oualey was S at 7:45: Tuesday evening *| the
V into the order and pre. home of Mr. Free. I't

i Mn Wayne Adam end ,....
Caddie Invited the group to' SQUARE DANCE AND BOX SUPPER '
/ : t' 67 its lord meeting at the J.
. N.JCroraeAve. Venn bom CLEAR $50 FOR CHRISTMAS: PROJECTrecently
s Pineapple upatde-down cake

: 1 coffee wars eervedd.Prtetnt Fifty dollar was made! for the in New Smyrna.Dr.
e ,, *. addition to "' decoration project of Lincoln was appointed to
mentioned, were Mrs. Ted ParneU represent ib. dub l Thunder at a
j2 Mrs Woo McMlchael, Mrs Wudell Dade Garden Club aS t a district meeting to be held |nClewtiton
i : HOURSFRESHERi Peeplea, Mrt Lewli CaO: supper and aquar dance held and he WM mad chairman .
: ,. 1> han, Mr. Dan Meyer, Mr. (' evening In the garden of the elub'i exhibit ,er tie
tfII""': Mill, Mr*. Herman 1. Byar| Preston B. Bird was auc annual Dade County Fair to beheld
1 "ra. 0. D. Cash. and Mr Chat, Meltlner next spring. JlytltI M4tfIn
the dancing.At Each member was reminded to
a business meeting, members bring to the Dec ). Chriatma
r by-law amendments party a atocklng filled with toy I
MIAMICONSERVATORY ., make the fiscal year begin to be given to white and eolord .
e .eJt,,', first of May instead of the children at. the Bounty home at
of January Dr: Frances B. Kendall
float vic..pretident. re Mr Fr oak M. Lend M MM.L. Lti I iAR RANi
I announce tm the conference of high J. Buchao. woo the potted
e the opening of'* '1 "beautiflcaUon he attended palana given a* door prlw
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Miss Ardel Parman

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:, 3- Philco Appliances 4' Price $..... M>-, Cm. R. ...... .C.COOK, gleeaerttat Maaatw

lf &.-fllffW eJ < HARRIS REFRIGERATION XXXJl ,... tai J a I'" a ,.1 '

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'I I I"to : & : ANNUAL CHRISTMAS ,PARTIES PLANNED Mrs A. E. Campbell ad ..... t c .....r...r.reraatreplcs .......... .... *0S welch ... .........

BT HOMESTEAD DEMONSTRATION r R. D. McOwnla will .-.... the r...... ......, .... AI wOItI ........... ,
' it CLUl B l Oloaaon. of FIn! Bkptiat Churchat j CLUED C ADVERTISING ) frulta tad ....... irlaa U >SIMM Plum IU..JoUWo ->
t *:M Thursday kftonwon at th.nS lltMO,, .Urn.

\Mer runt for IWO annual Christmas JoIn: Jame k. McOroady Campbell home See ECHOB JORDAN fair, all and trod ttMptettfa .

:: ''partie,,war made by tilt, Home Mrs, V. M. OrcnAoO Jr.. **,I ISO *** Registered Broker PH. TM-J of kU Plaids, NettX 1.t .11

,dad Homo pemonatratlon Club placed In chttft of '/arrangemenior te Tho annual Chriatmat. gin (.U) KroaM. Phono ilL <.I| ) '.,1

>.t a mating Tuesday the PTA ( the 4H party blast and wppet of the Women'
Auxiliary of St. I Eplorapa Immediate Service
( \ clubhouie on N. Kromo 1\.. The At Tttodty .mooting' Mil IDeNlaco !I. Church will bo held SaturdayDec. A..__...___._, GENUINE TRAILER BARGAIN YOU SHOULD III thU MIN ItoTMttoad Claw Cov-Olaat Mr

club wlU hold |Its party\ for memo preJdent, named Mr I. I, In the church hall on N For Rent Portably turnUhed. I-Ud oil purpooto. Vie do UM| ...' I

- :bin and Uiolr children on Doc.1J Strohm OxhlMt and rocreatio l E. lllh at Reasonable Prices ....&&&......&A&........ Just moved In new homo, mud. room horn on one acre with itBiini lad ilatlnj. of .H f
chairman, and NfL J. Haeiei sell 1MI mo4\ l M tyatwn, ST many fruit Inane and ahruba., 111 N. Kromo Phone 1U i, ,
and III party\ for the Homeftead publicity chilrman. Mill 011K.nt 1 NYTICI x1001' foot tandem aluminum J-roon Including Urge, BEARING
ET *.N Carla Club on Dec 1 U. aialiUnjt county agent 1, Worn NAneFIrf HKHKkV:: : ..k'tk. "bedroom house, large somas'TRAILER Xlee. refrlgeratloii. kvocadoa. Thcro't also. k guesthouse pORRB normal permanent w '*. I
art C. I, Strobm was suds spoke on tho Ire of ground cove r ........... ...M1p u _.*. .* /.5 Quality WorkntahshifENCIM t, lot IBM down, balance. 'iItt I apt houM gal slow Coat W,6* to rent or uao. CONT Not faster, not cheaper kutbolter.
recreation chairman for the mem stops on laws Plant cuttings wer sow .. fMhswa.a., *! rent FHA mart a|.. tmtnediataMnlon. r will sell has. than half See .t MISS THIS kt |IBOO-TKRMU Ruth lUtrdretAlnj Studio.
. F.Upr. benhlp Hrfr( 'wbktJI (ITU VUI exchanged by the member. .--J.AI 1Meara.Dlr: .. NN araArI N .... Ill) |N. W lit avOHoinojtead. ., Airport Bervtoe Station (poll) P hone utRADIO (J1ottJ

be txehMiod. A prk* will' be Puns.wen mode .. moot Wed. M MM .... wtlk .k* Cl-rtl. W *.> Ph. ".-... (MM)) THIS IS EXCELLENT kt I
ImiH CM* of Dad. OmitrtarWa, :
Max oflertd Mir the moot original (inwrapplnf noeday to work on Chrlatmai doc>. HI. M4 .... rRANR 1C IkWIN' ,.*. OVKRDACtv 10 chlokoa" houaao:! each' 10x20 ft. 111.000! A beautifully FUR. MTAm-Quk<* leeriM

Mr. III.... prMton, B. Bird,' orettotu.Hoatoaaot. t-mom apt, ground Mon rkoni tutublo' for storage of tractor; MSIIED CBS,.7-bedroom ho Mon AO work Mkranteed. hires'Naioeabls.
.K.I Wn. B, Itotcalf and Mr.*. V. M. WeN Mrs McCreodiMrt oa. unit II. IN.I REARS SERTICI M.-W or 7001. PraYer permanent and ( u""l' each. phoM exceptionally LAND Robert J. BrookA,

Cr nnft-trt! appointed to dec ., Ln Prnd and Mra. '. B ROTH UNDEa r-crmout. CAMS, 1 renters. pod) 247.* (nll-tf) SCAPED double" lot Wonderful Roberta rd, Jurt north or Palm'

;i orals for the putt Byrum. M-tlw b Mali elT-i IAN \lot .-*-> MOTOR 'TCNICPFIONT lor.Uon-MANY EXRASI! Dare Florldk City, mm MW,
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as..1 Gaddie' .... $5.. N all AuGNMKNTtADhlth9d T acre udo land, marl near Dearborn bottled gas heater, has
THANKSGIVING PARTY AND YULE BAZAAR N. It_ ..... r1.. .mlwda. END Quail Kobao dr. Modern apt 4 or I roo"", Good shape, ItN DON'T' MISS THIS NEW I. I, HARDEN.H''IlaMaptllj.' .
net m14 11'c.' ,. ..WSI 'N. W. nth it (n4llCwno ) bedroom CBS homo with car tApeoB. pottlkf Mil, read, rock
= : :: oar Princ't_ rhono '''-1014 ,
J r W OMrN. nil. Ph.. ,..... Writ lit I Box
*HUMACHEO.OH. o & ROOF 14-A. Komootokd,
BATH on two nicely
Nnann. ILOaxNCIt. AND FENDER \o aoo my slat house Dogrnilaa > .
i' plani, for I Chriitmaa lift llhn will be held at 4 o'clocl I ( e. N... .. It. II. leis) "' BOOT REPAIR ror rents 4-ROOM COTTAGE ractua planta (etpeclell landscaped lots, A STEAL It a'.G

U bazaar and a Thankaglvinf .r\11\ Sunday afternoon, Nor so, at thiUnngnm I NOTKTI or ArnjrATioN rot TAI A 0 with bottled ni ttovo. W H. Christmas cactui), sultan, GOo 'U501! GROVE MOWmO. Cart Indllch.At ,

l were made by memtlueOt Jtod home.Appointed :! SEAT COVERS Douglas, Kpmoro dr. at Redlond less Mra. Maud Chindler, Silver 1, Box 4e., homestead, (old \
Frlendihlp Club Monday at Mondays AwlypelM Palm dr. lad house WIlt of TennSM. LET ITS SHOW YOU EX Letchwerth place, lungs hwy.) '
land moetlniaa I w.,... li | Mal Tl.n.n I.1ldtwl I. oVPPDLIThuING rd. (poll) CF.LLRNT INCOME! PROP t"",
- evening at tho home of'Mra. U I committee on by-lawa wtrcMrt *. koM-r. M .-.- -fDbtrM 5.w,4Mpnl..r. rd. I'b..1.1.. Phone Sr-X-W. (Nit)
f & Haynef of Coral Oablet.Tho H 0.' Rogers1 M.... A. L. ., .,T:' onirmwMl'k ) east- ERTY ON U. N. No t HIGH*
SW. /led' o Sinal. and double"bedroom for WAY.
I baaar tat club 'charltleiiwlll CamplMI\ Mr). O. R. RunienMra. A. p. >t ffl-i toU OrtlflMl-Yli UNDERCOATING"rORCELAINIWJO .rent Reasonable. Gentlemen FLOOR SANDING and FINISH. rLOOft SANDING! std 'FUtlllt-! ,

( be hold Saturday! flay II, C J. Turner, Mra. Undgrec I 41i Sr siesta" ,.as are her "rwd.nn I Ph. 251-W. (poll preferred ) ,1N0.1nptell oa* and pins loon, 20 In EXCELLENT'LO. INO, IniUU"k tad pine Ooon, 1!
,lp the Bird display'room and Mra.: Jotii) J. Hooker. al b hw. Said' C.I1fk.I.' .!"'"_ U. uphill and rubber tile, linoleum acres asphalt and rubber tile, II"*leWe. I
,' 107 N. llama\aes" Homoatead. Present" byMeo hoSe mon. I L)>_4. Cvmlf.. .L..14.nortdi alrrw MiHiTi'ikt .huW/.. I.I I. S I I It im. deep mart tilt Day ph. JM-W; nights) IIT-W. old CATION-ll LIMES and acrct the of baltnr n-,..Uplneland. ,* Bay PH. III'WIIIb"l .IIIWWB > '

'Thf/ group will -, o14 an tlotted, were: Mra. Jew Creer,I 'Lw,1" ..... II I- ........ II Iwo. LUBRICATION very on J' I
. tlde'of: Tern rd. eel ft north Hat 14 ..IndI..U_ .
David ..0.- II ..., ... 1.0 ti / ,
meeting Wednesday at the JoIn Colbum, NfL Harmon '
afl-diy A-l i Chen Cwntr W f '*!'o. ..., ,,0OINEUL or Palm aMy |S per ..... tin BtAUTirUL ORCHIDS availaU, 'IUOOI DO rUtbI water.Woodt tspe1itltii \ ,
home of Mr*. to Keen, Mrs John AgnewMra. ,, ( '"
w.tdn/grgn REPAIRS at oll tlmea. Homoitead loreland
do Ihl'final ao"thg fO the Demotion Rivera, Mrs D. K. TM ...rr..1 see MM kmwrtf! ads S. W lit at, MUmi.! a4) Jewelry, McCrory: Ar-, t.. t
.. 0 Gift Shoppe, IS2 N.W. 4th elanl cads e..u) t I:
lst dLJlfk.w Irud we. 1.I 'Ir a. .1 l-bedroom CDS hove on largo .
bataar ; Thompson, ..... Walker Martin,, Ala.. .. an_.. I A OOKPLTTt RITMTKR'TO' Dill Shoppe, SJJ N. W. End
I flarnlltwd lot ouUld Now
city occupied,
V rottai suitable !
A Thankiglvlng( party for mem- ,Mra. John Fore and Mn. Ray*
is.tWlu.dea NII Maw ((1211. ' .
BUMPER SERVICE for couple\ E. ave. litho InromplHo-A GOOD
bera of the club' anl their fern. mood Ores.L .. I. halley, Corner ir YOU HAVE anythmi! %to .eo I
I DM Seth Si -I tOW.s.r.
{ i o Avocado dr.. Tan rd. Ph. 14. BUY at 13,500. or If ;Vou need anything 'vMItho :
plU'Vh'l.. lath 4>r'*l OrtoW. A. D BUDGET PLAN JII' DtMkzD..gPAT : ,(fit-II) CONCRETE: BLOCKS: all slits Swap Shop. We bur .aUtreieea
: ..... I
r B. B, UA'I1IItIIIUIf. Brure'a Block Co., Naranja) Flo la food eonliUea ilevee,,
= 1 WITII CHICKEN SUPPER AT COKER HOME 'SA Dad.. Counlr..1 C1ImoI'Plnrhl" eo.rt, : For rent: Cottage for I, until Phone ITS ESTATE SERVICE MRiciunD lei boxes, etc. The Swap.Saor.

5,...C.BTKKRETT.D.C. May 1, $US. Call at 121 N. W. 227 & Flagler Are, .lomeaUad. J
.., menace,., and 7h j, o t' Pod avo. (oWf) ...... .......... .... ......... FUCHS Photo0e ,j
The birthday; anniversaries of Preient beildei ,the honor lOot. IS. II. U. Nor. 1. 11. IWI.

M.... V?'. D. Coker, ...... pale.I Ed. gueiti. ,Arthur were Mn.Santom Verda Keen,of ForMyer andMra. !I, HOTICI or Arn.irAiutrn Poi.TAI Bird Chevrolet Co Ready for ftf'ftt-I small dory or .. .For....Sale.. -Hcil.......Estate.A.. ..... or John)RofTitored\ II. Hale Broker, Salesman Wo buy old |old. T** v old rings, y I.

Nude, Jim Coker and Billy Mra. N. E. Ken Mn. N,, m. ITHTNOTIPR .... office In Lrader-Enterprlne watches, eta Nell'a, II S. Krorn4. I
Slewed 'awl celebrated at a M. Oelger of Lakeland, ...... J. T, is Adds RRRrav M: M.taff mvw.' rllr d I N. building, cor. Krome and,flight, l-brdroom home clone In on till N. Federal' Hwy.Ph. Phone 111. (oU'tf) I
1IT Rremo Ave..tetleed.
chicken upper held Monday Martin, Mn 0. D. Caih Mra. Jim 111.5.5: "T. r*"(flr.t' ww :nmM l 1141IMI -moat prominent location In paved road. Completely, fur. . III-J or TBI-W. I

nlrtit kl Iho W. D. Coder borne at Coker Miss Florence Stewart, sad A.. IM1',W Solid alerM Ik* tnt"'dip"',It.cA...Julr I., Mar A. .. FU. Hometlead. Unaurpaawd Ibcitlon nlihed, Including waahlng ma- 1'.0.Doll 1111I Floor Sanding Mi ii "

"..flall. The two-tier birthday Margie Stewart Diane sod bottle ..ffb. *.,..M kM M*. WOHMIIM for u.s \ Phase II for real estate dealer lawyer rhln. Price $2,095. 1105 down Member of Chambel' Asphalt ind rubble tl",. Fbor, j
cake war decorated with Pal( l- 4 to Iwv. := In=::* with. 0 doctor, lie:. Apply Lttder-Cnter- balanoo 140 month
Cash", Janice Martin, Dale Edwards a. a.W.t .. iollaa.ay : of Commirco : 117-W. (moMtf) .'
a.dIIar roeei accented:.withaUvfrr. W. D. Coker, and BUly CMtBUM Mrl.ld p AI"""FWrM..4re..Nrhd'*.. i.0.- [, 22 Years WithChevrolet ., prill.I .SM tCIIOK_ JORDAifRegistered .
I '! andBuddy Stewart UM I I/t, Blrk Mar I4lk AM:. Broker 111. 1811-.1 r SER ALEX LAKltn lot wall
1 htlitCHptHIlak.{ hM aero good farm lend Edgar (nil)
auu tl ftorM.. Mm.ti U pwi 'drilling. Corner Krotno ,tvo.end .
.. Barber, Rt 1, Box II. Redlond
ttMto M urea It ilMtil n( IM-W.
lOUt at Phone
N R.
MM t -rtM<*r :.h* told Oftlfl.MW I rd., south of Mowry.Raoul l-hedroom CBS homo on Urge ,
IMM4 WM III MM r BenJ. Warren Morrla

: lot, fireplace, den, knotty pinejpuntl ,....... ......... .. ...
GenuineBuickPontiac i II. Illdrk lir RktMk. I4lk' AM. and board, III wk. Pb / ."wipim) axle! U tki CII, ..10...... 0..." ofDM 1 03-R.. (mJOtf) room Price 17,81)9) Terma.
,. ...... *l earlaa. rbns/ JORDAN I have buyers for small rich .&.AA".A..A&e..4h4AAId ,
r r In, (Vnirlnl* N*. sail. TM.MMMi I ftlll'asli of skis land, also buyer for
.d MM ,.,r**rt n I (krenrl. .ln-4 *M W 1M MM .ll I and aw'urnilhtd 100 A. potato land. WantedIIdPINC !
f t \l ?:, .; kitchenette tot....... Reaaonabloitt. 1 131 .. Bane Are ..... Ill
Mll J
t4 VrtlfW' 'U M-t-4M YOUR EAIWJNCS
I IMT4IX. to .... tot <*-J will WM. .. Pleaaant grounds for chH- I 10 fecm on; Bauer dr. 1|2J)0) In Frledrlch
Sell FlooUngair\
', ...' IM IMk eif W MoMtokM, dna edlan4 CourV Ph. ...-.a.&. I have buyers for small tracta com'
--- r.e...., U When You Teed aero.. 11 lone on Epmoro drH LARGE UNFURNISHED morclal retrlgeraton. Pfojptcta
II 'l>*M UH ink ..e 1/ OMMMV A. D. Try (pnll) (ISO in ante Lot o\ Rodland rd, unlimited bubllahod territory.
hones, |l mo. on yr. contractBe4.
1a i INs'. B. *,'trAmAwi; A Haircut or hear Bauer dr. *,00. 7. M. Bars | liberal commlaalona permit e.rotottto 1

', Service AH Makes I'i: r Ctatk Pad. O-Mlr.ClT-.ll rterM->K.*.' .-.... apt upatalra. 'Irlgl' \ Rio 1,SUM 42S-B, UomajtOJwt Flo W. MaRls .. , . dunned \moo 01''fa',NO'

. Kr N. C,BIKAI.TT D.C, Shave Min to M shared Mn. MaudChandler (pdl) and more annually. Direct) factory
ClaCOTT COD T ORAL Silver Palm dr., 2nd contract Write Air Mail P. 0.
.GM Cars' 0t. 14 II, ... N.., 4, U ills) lUlrait ,.,__ Tie ''
house Wilt of Tennonet rd. Ph. M ACRES about 414 miles from Box 1140, San Antonio, T,....
Expert lhavo .'.r -.r.1//i .n-.l.I. Home-lead, aultable for limes, .. ......................'P'O'IMiseellantou. ((011.1)'

gbarapee, (Meditated. ),'_. LN avocados, etc |TI on afro, terms ,.
factory-trained .........+. ... .
Facial rick __ tit +' Set CC1IOE JORDAN AMAA..AAA.tMMl d:AA AAnyone Prlnter't Apprentice; Waed ...

Mechanics (..laM) Mo For Sale-Mi\ clUnoouJi Reglitered broker Ph. 78J Trade ochool graduate, two-14r. '
I 0ASKIT Mi-mo ......&-4.&.."........ .......... knowing the whereaboutaof or other young man who knowt
.....:. Combination Facial. ._ ire
M Why _houIda''Our RENT "be, Leo Lourcey, please' contact rasa and wanta to gain oavorionco'ond '

Taut '--_, __ l 0MuatMho GASOLINE SERVICE STATION buying I home For instance: : ill brother;, J. C Lourcey, 8r, learn under competent, (are-
T raint'and Body Trlat ___ lit centrally located priced roaaonablo. I New l-bedroora! CBS only South JicktonvIHe I Post Office: man Apply Loader Efct rprt,,{

kkaaxpoo (Plah) . Mo 144 N. Kromo ave. (nil) 16410 11001 sash, bal RENT : ickaonvlllo, Flu. Very Important Krome and FliglerHomeitead. availed.
I (nll-46)
Work. .
l-bedroom turn., only 10500IUOO ,
1 H-Q Cletrae! tractor and to. cash bal RENT
?; UpholsteryFurniture INto cultivator used I eeeaona, : CBS and double garage (not ulldlng oil klnda. Awning sew I

BUSH'S 1 tTit Q.M.C. IH-Um truck all completed) plua 20 acres. only shutters, cabinet, alterations or BUDDED : 1
in food condition Dean Thomp- 14400, $1100 caih, bal. RENT, a new home. Let mo Iguro with I clTn isAVOCADOS ,
.'' and lee 'f eon, Oouldi. (pn.II) Large new asbestos shingle you R. R. Schowalter. Phono andMANGOS I'A.

'. Box)Refinishing BarberShop house (not completed) plus 10 07-W.. (P02I-A1I)>> ', '
j sties and fruit only ITSO, $2300
Poreelainlzing' o,.,ctty flan For ale: 1141 opeclalido' luxe cob, bal. RENT, OnakMntklo. of kit klada.OAUONr !
Chevrolet oedM with radio home PAINTING and DECORATING,
I 1-b.dloomsum,, only
I hooter, $510. S. U Dtcklnaan, 110 Interior and exterior. McLean. ,
4IW rah and RENT. ..Andoth.n.
| ,
1 N. W. 12th It, Ph. II"- (nll.U) Phone 741-R. (pdll)
Call and aeeELCANOB Grove
or+olnswAlrs ,noscilCR' Realtor. Sunny
You N N N.N.NNNNHN..N..N.NDr. Twin bod< spring and mattreu, PU': 215-J, 1111"' NITRBERT '
Leonard W. Hasllir
oil '...v., oven Ph. I
burner nt.lh
l k.WMMkl. a,.. ........... nil ( ) I KL weed of FlorkU 0111 '
New Buick SpecialS l ') ,..... sal. ...hiss .. tU-R-L ( ) Homestead i PHONE MI-W, '
'J, ". ae a 1b the I '
... Pleas laseI GLASSESIII t '
so.a NOM': IMhis. TURKEYS live or dreued. 'A. 55.Cll. Lawn Service
FREEHurricane' '
ad traiMaoo1fts N. .. lot 8L Miaul. ". .
Now on, Display ::::r YcC"-'...... I ........ A.'esaSlis lrnoNE Ph. BR"L (nll-ll) '

'. 'ff= ..... :>> : I.m Charta Mowing-Cleaning
: ;'. \ : '-- .'Of'.a.mis, .......................'1..H.. 1 knd H electric Ubie-top range, I ;
for dlroclleMVtt Lawn Car
N.cleaAw.,1 wind Ha
M pIr Call M Benson Electric:: .lf,
I ,1nlalne :t
"Ii lei ,_ ,, 1190. Mil Flora VaU( r,, Ph. ,
4Pretti' W.'II ..II.... opeee.loTtrakieail W* ...*.... It ysaaarse.dearslaklsg. '
I > .. .. WI-M. (oll-")
,* Benson Electric HuIIOTPOINT Aftat for Salt '
,. IMtve *.... (kru.' Philco AppliancesPriMolott.rk.'Mli :
j B. Bird Motor Co. e1 AarKOverseas '
: 'Witooio'WogonMin. / ))9 Brower '.U.r,broodln, auto Bait & L C: nERNDONRetile
> .,' : l APPLIANCES, matte heat control |2| each. L Box III Ilesatrlalsuw.u >

a KnoM. kl |U It .PboMlU Geraldine Gadway Phone I4T. ,, ,
Prl......VIa 441. Tackle Shop [!
..... '51I -' Iksus1..aI "
I I for ale: I rote, chest of 4lrowora, R. KraoM Aro. .. tl PaedU' d
dreuer, Ph. .114-/ (nlll)) "I

Seminole' Theatre George A. CrawshawCity t== SIGNS'.. : \

1/ Herman Marks\ : ;

ITVRDAT oa4 SVNDAT oentlMeoo I UU Ik ,k\
,l J11r11d.. Milan MUM, /eel Katkaoo (MR I .. ..... .... I Hewai' 1 U 4 P. M Towadoy Sal Tkoralar ,

ClN/nrt .... Mt/ga, Iwo.., 155 (1'111( .......1., Heneetead City Hall -
of AH
I Roofing Types CROUSE & BURR
Last Times Today "WHIP LASH Aaaoclated with Rader Knappen Tlppetta Engineering Co.
Solar Water Heaters'Sheet
I Suite ill DuPont' Building
t BATUIOAT NeY. lt-4>Mbte roars FrMTaej I \
Work : Cabinet
GENE AUTRY, CHAMPION. the wonder \horse; NAN LtSJE: Miami 12, Florid Taephon.1.4741 Metal Shop >

I'+ THURSTON HALL In* Air mdr'J! Building 8t Remodeling I ;

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TRAPPED BY BOSTON 'BLACK IE" bwektko;>I ,. y i
tORETTA YOUNG, VAN JOHNSON.. RUDY VAUt, tantlaeritn" I. :;; I I INN Il .I 1 :

BARBARA LAWR8NCK ....... 00: l ......t .
, '"MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN" Arago S Av*> ' ; < ) !I

(Mado Technicolor) HIM '
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A44edi Carton PwJai eknoo.flTORCTMT ,_' t G
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aH FRIDAY He* IT-U r ,... elide a1 Sale r wt M

THE RED PONY" H.O. Barber: .. Proof corttmo)

(Mado. !In Technicolor) '.... .. w.. ..... .

'AJ e4: Carte*. Paraaaeeat Kowo.COeak.fTMe.Ur I General Contractor-lJcenaed and Insured

N... tt: THE HOT TEAM or OUR Phone 176-W Homestead Phone 270' Homtttwul FlC' "
LIVES. wMk _"... ...,. Fredrle ...... 'I '
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PaR hlXgiE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRBE Frikf Kerenfe-11,149>>

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sty aw a dour brtb ,
FISHING NEWSy ..... ... r atorOlrrm :
by. pStSrs.wr.-.. ., : : :
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7a.... TIIm M* MtaraBrooks r. 4 f.M
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14th..IL Td pM .
"". U_ IJSa.How 734a.s'
u_ .*4... 134: pet.1
$... I L plait. 43L.1 Oldest Cotaplrfely
...... 14_ 11 pm ......* GrorcCireUkm A Wonderful ;
Kor. lf_ SMam. .*llft..1 Equipped Country !
s... 11_ 4/4pa 11lpel ,
...... I*__ 44/s JtJt: sec
...... I U_ UI'.... llllpm.1
Her IT_ l-Mam. 111. .
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Mr. *ad Mn. Clus. UCraM. r. a BOX
Mr. tad Mr. w.).... WrKM and i Mnx
Me. and Mm Arthur HB of DOJfU1U.D... All over the world today there art people tecxluof bitterness the fine sportsmanship of many of our competitor* aO over the .. I.
Royal Palm Trader Park fitted: rb we aDd Late.
out of CM Bar to Cpt Lew-it' country.

.,-'. boat Sunday Tbrtr Here in America we hare learned to Irrt together in frietxUhip Can anyone before that these competitor would rush to our' : ;
rate* .m Cd wtUrt metoded IS
snapper. n trout. II Jack, 12 For us here at AAP, it ba been a wonderful and thrilling experience defense if, aa the anti-trust Lawyer allege, we bad been trying
grouper" It sbeepetttod.. U red- Firm &. Grove SmlctU to put them out of business?
tutu Mid a nock. TU trip WM IpeciaUdD& anal tot* to get from those with whom we compete day after day ;,.

trailer followed pejfc I by Tueedty a frffc-fry rmtot to the such astounding evidence of friendship and mpect We and they hare fought hard for bun nesa.'I. .[

lent Or.fill C.Miami J Groover md Pat and Baker tt A.ofHomettod .. DNrlat-U7dnaM Dnntof-Wlcilrfeet The thing that have happened since the anti-tnut lawyer from There are nearly 350,000, individual grocers competing with us. '' :r'

tutted out ft( .UJXJ.en . .......-,...... ; Washington brought suit to destroy A&P bare amazed... They bare larger share of the nation' grocery business today ,.

Camp la Lonj ]Sound !(or, I. ". .....-Two row :: than they had ten year ago or twenty year age .' r
aDd raucht M *&*..... I swot.I . Goats While we sincerely bettered that we had earned the friendship
g-tarrm or
rerffieh lack weighed and low from redfitft.tkm The to IOrarl' .' of tanCons of consumer for whom we bare provided better food Many of them do u good a job a* we do, and they make it '

five pound alb j. c. IfMIOlr at lower price, and the friendship of millions of farm families plenty tough for .... r

ley Leo Sounders Lute of and 1MHM Cheater and Saiiftdn d--I I .me a 1:Omers n. 111WIknson ___ for whom we hare provided a better market for their produce, Now day after day,these tame competitors are letting us know- ;'1

Jr, lobed out of 011071 I . We were not prepared for the avalanche of offer of support that they are in our cor6er..J t
carp m Long Sound and taucht
four nook a redfleh, Ort trout' Electric Hi* But most of all,we have to confess that we had underestimated All we can say is, thank you from the bottom of our heart I ,,; :
ad II IlUPI*. They toed live

hrtap for bait 1, Philco Appliances 1", ', America A Wonderful Country! .

..met pr..v rrtotetok. A.. lit ,
For a *, kk meal try I ikOJetdttmer IIe
wttb conned pea at the DOt, "
bate H.T '. how to do Mla : Who "
a tkffitt fry two eInI diced PIlIOUI 'the '" A ,
Una uU trup- Onto off" aU I fllrr8jn air e Agree r COMPETITOR'S OPINION
: !
W taro UbUtpooM acct UlSouto TYPEWRITER JOKES hollered : of t
scow tender on* .*all on .. r.

too diced.cboppoi.Drake CM sod of H p genes,.&!Combia pepper. CM do year meet M wen **drumiHi II< '". ... 4 .:.:: With A&P oatic $ Pajfic Teo foe ':
H sup of the pu liquid with cicondeaMd M MHO**. Wir read< for .'t..f.e. "" -...A-. ... Feo. F-'
mu to ikfflrt with and W pound sad wUtk Hone*.*** pew .... .. .. ,,,. dyer. .. .. (
pee a .Ide", ; .. : ,... jiss is stoic..-.... grel t r ;'
diced dried beet Mil M ljpo TMa.j,4 ywerkl r.u.IS. ... tylhg ;
Al makes of b1.w Iosb ...... -ds .w-
prepared mutrd float thnxi lj.jy. gkt. said W ....... Uncle 1 ? e.y, .. ..w Aw.t...r..,. ..... =aq tty or a
during frequeatly. lens ov rputtered ddrhld.yVrt"ht.e 1 W. ., ....m ..w ..4 ... ..... }
tout .Hew perfaMe trpewrtter* sadddrg -- ....... ,,-..-,. '.U.e ..'"+.. kf.eMd eerw w.--...,.... ,../ 1
Yleid. four tenrliift. msckm4AA ..... Abet .. < .t IM ... beg .
Wte ewe*UM to *P : w .. ... L' rk w A1P !Ie ;
ITL7TW work ruranUed. tftiiMle GROCERS +..,,- r tie .. rpd ..--. .......... ...., w life
: TOTS WAUMIL[ COULD IT 16 INDEPENDENT rsr .... } ... 4 y::- I. .... A..tlc.. ,..,1. ..M>ta..idvtent
Twy dIJW hM bto bvortMtufted n.n.-t air bsI7. to ". = .A.wk.'S......... Ie ...... ..... f 1 u. A.I t..d t..ddM.7d... t!
toy Md pre .It It bM ftvortw Itt tovaBy I P. O. M .'M...,M lwl .dst 1% bli e.r d.nb Pw ....... .wP...... ........, M w ...

f pretty UfkUy If 'OIl' know welt the cotiojif1 toy Thong IJ6-R+ =-1s Let..:.tb....rdep.ortk+ .. Moor | 3gSg.wl hod d.r."+' Mew.w Mel u I b" h M tWF10lESAlE t

? Mballing sad the cv trfti< to filii<<- ., ) GROCERS? .....,. Vet .-, II l .. ?...,.. bfi Wt
., fart, dent atU'to wok H.Mys give w d etAr7 tt rMro.dr.wnnd r.e norm '"a amL tOr4r".*....!.' -.*.. w. ......... ... AJ,... 'M D'1st Ire" i rt K xf pot
I aguessawlsb '
Good Iloutfceepinc ...... p
M1two d rdnnr w w rrr .1.0, /i.5Iot. I0 F, .
the toy' quickly tevetcl Uetuwn Electric Ha ..sf .....-+... w. .4.e. s.y Ia c-etit.... prke1 kA /ppd)Eft at.n 1
tine throuffe bout two awry HOTTOINT wsl a louse-...... I's m its......heel yrk.- rot Llttdrsi
to It.CPlOYUS TW t
of .nII suds Work fad 11ft- THE &I. .. ... +aetlat
." err __ -.
bdMrok Amnap ? -'rtr
fUUn boar
Tcnt oMklac the cotton APPLIANCES wee leAl pt
bv5 Midasmpewrtere..t '.. ta
Rknee the toy ky dlpotof tt ,\IIdII ]s 555-rr Mad der rem
,. rand out ot warm wtUrKaon rrkMeiea.rk.4U .bd4......rte.-ors :: SCHWEGMANN
tt Its rttued.. Mute off the .n ....... .. t.peW _. had tiff
-- ewe o..ytu _.. ..,.-.M.ctok ....hero bee bppr 1 Welcome BROTHERS
I.... .....I .-to*'y- UNT lofts MAlin

.. W mk 212J S* CWtf.A"t" "ffiSgSi
.. iI Ww .:.::= W A&P Competition HtwOrleoMUECAVSE (>
Get Your Ground Ready for the Season tl.r bid cb.m. "- toe u-.Th. big that bur !
.. e..iro
w .w. Mr1 It envy a m w1.n. WJllio fo5u1 '
lbs lever troy. Wblb add lb. war a F.1r1
IS 1M WaN.*.....I lay M** feed ChW -""** .
MWrsd. r we bells byw.l * like Hyidf. many h.*drdt of taAepeneeat noen ,
Free Planting : (el Ihrtf tUrt *IU the TEA fOMfAM.o .
CHAINS. MAYBE? N. Pr.kt 7 s
COMPETING Nilad . The treat AAF b Del detriment*! to the prorrroj
... ..tolh.Pa.,1bd" mbd ., PAOYIDEHCE PUiUC
hoes a UM treeery VuliteH. the contrary AAP h** *lwytoea A ARK
... W0-Aar IW w .. s i1
1.w tier yes keiMBrial to f epe* minded kMfanMini vk ke- MO
ftlMUt fcmt*....4 lei .*.. bUlmmM- 21 I% to** '***. Meta ta ILL: iTlRrRISE.: !! rodrd oa Ute prfauipte ofTAIR 'sat IuAty .
554 to op W% m Ifce n. eHkt o-lof the yow rLAl **d rJUK FRICCS. AAF drreloped fromkuhle a r r r r.

Order of tree' and thrubrt M THEN IT CEHTAINLY MUST IE THE PEOPlE! / of nUU stan*ienhadiac.o to ttt .eommandtef potittoa ta the DeW. tN '.S-

totaling |20 or more planted */.1.11 zs.yM .&zztt t o My eiprrlente *t a former employee of the 'TEACOMrAM T c' Spry dIIJ. !
to'. bU oa..s. ks.lewd .elL I sltrlkito to the Q
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.o.t dst l.wr er there i are "".. sir brave Mk (tore*-*l a treat tort.oo .

Ia IiIIe giver &. upholds the rUht ad privikgou.1 a foodworker.
Though W. HeM Help? I ..... for from penonal eiperlecee oar b ever
Doss Thor s.-I as .. the UokMt promote ttocere **d ... . .
,..... .......tdxksw ear......-- 10 7.- to ImtworUiy ad tmporta potittoew sad. h aspen er .? roe.,$V If
T M1 trw n-.c- tpMrd wore ford mwed the eriwst.t **y employee to eater .... kwlam
DOLL NURSERIES w M :.. pew rigid.S ..... ... .. ...- S 7w for ......,. kelprd, me U start n knmn*...M! nUT u.. 61cc awg" u w ',iw,
laud pr palldoe ..a -.II Ie bp01t AN ACT OF A COMTA-M' MOXOFUUZLNO THE: CKOCERTdelloi
H.4 p.ic .....s... r 90 snot es ....... JO ..wae BtlL'tuat NOI
U. S. 1 at Ninnja East of Wiping Well .* yeob .
Anti-Trust Suit t-
w.tall.... .....II ......-.A.rlou seise" AU'tcvght Me t. serve the *wWk Irnn-MOU'i AgainstThe
tM ewer,..ou..pwlM.........IW. mime........alt w.M1 r t ICONOMICAl ee>4 MOM imCtlNT, thanks to the i 1
....... _ .....- st rf give* MM by L P. VMSON. Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co;

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000 Dwrtnj tk* Vpremto ., Ute tbl Jft. LAP paidhlfker This suit. U another threat against our great
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!:1..1 lr pts.u w I b...the sa ash for M r keep .p Ute tlavdard .. thug ta u.a.trJ.. I *....., toIhlak American. system of free enterprise. The I i ILu1" J
-II vkal would hcppe to tie llt..*. emptoyee* U It WM _
FIELD CRATES ..... forced oat of keamem.w A&P Co.ha al way*been dean,abore board
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