Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: November 25, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00688
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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38th Year No. 47 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1949 '

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I Tye Elected President of Jaycees; RALLY SLATED j Membership of 50 Sought DIGGING TO BEGIN IN 45 DAYSATEASTERNENDOFBAUERDR
New
Pieces of Eight Cache Archer Smith Is Visiting Official fly Sportsmen's ClubA

membership of M I* being

ought by the Redland Sports-
I Frank lye 'wa made presidentof conyent'onn! \ Rio da Janeiro DEC.2FORCITYCANDIDATES
men's Club be(or* application fora
and In Brunei, where h* helped
the Junior Chamber of Commerce ,
form the constitution for the in. charter: Membership application
Of I
Caribbean Native I of South Dade County at let-national organisation. M r. blank will be available at a meetIng -

the tint election d'nner' meeting Smith plane to attend a future ,to be held 'Tuesday night In COMMISSIONER BIRD REPORTS

Nov. IT In Marlanna'i RestaurantIn meeting In the Philippine.. Arrant-Smith Post home and ,

Florida City, Sylvester Paul The office end director: 'willmeet I I may be obtained also from offlcers -
Monday night In Adalr | 'I and director of the new -

: McKee Adele was made vice-president; law office and the membership The Homestead Business and group A. Frank Webb 1* president .
c r "
ra't'
Tr"1' Work on an $10M) ace"
Acquired by Dwight E. Wardlaw, secretary: ". Herbert Turner
vice-presi
will meet Dee. 8 In Marian, Professional Women' Club announces ; plet wl'h **'r ,1-,..10- :;
end Howard Kirby treasurer. Restaurant a rally In the city ball dent, Hubert Smith, aecretiry- to ba .u.Hd "."%! "I' .
Director are. Vernon W Turner park next Friday, Dee J, at treasurer: and Oeo Crlm, Ovid fhb' MtttM! I 110. 'II. tit 41 rI.," '. 1
Edmund E. Pacettl, Theodore which candidate for city office Sullivan, Edw. Barnes, Leon + "
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to help h-" .
I 11 T71ii ii4" :
Orfanedes, Wlllard Barnes and HOSPITAL IIERK will be Invited to speak" Chamblls and Stanley Roberts, SO shuts d .
A cache of 300-e r-old SpanIsh director: Nov 18 73 47 3004
Jack Barnes Ceo. H. Cooper of Princetonwill struc'in"and ..>'
piece* of eight, II I a treasureto ELLIOTT KEY The group adopted a constitution be mailer of ceremonies .t l Sportsmen both men and wo- Nov 19 73 42 10.OS een'ril r

be added to the relics of MeKee'i and by-law suggested by ON ACCEPTABLE the rally, which will begin at I men, are invited to join the group Nov 10 __. 71 53 3006 South FloridaAnnotonvm

Museum of Sunken Treasure the state and national organization o'clock. At 6.30: hot dogs and which was organised to promote 1 ,,, ... ,
and like Nov 21 79 10 3002
hunting fishing, boating
and revised to meet the SURVEYJames coffee will be told by member of ."
under construction on Plantation. FERRY STARTS club'a needs. LIST IN he club In the adjoining city sport. 1 Nov 22 ,._" 73 49 3009 .projec'.Cnunty Camm.*. ..
Key This week Art McKee acquired ,
Among the 28 present was J, park. Bird, who mid tint f""

17 of the 110 Irregularly Archer Smith Jr, son of Dr. J Archer Smith Hospital 1 Fee from the candidate and Growers Name 10 Nominees for PMA the canal will begin Iratt4 ,

shaped silver piece ,dug up bya RUN A. Smith of Homestead. Chairman In HomefUad It one of 14 hospitals profit from the hot dog and upon acquisition of the rl-h! '

Caribbean native near his Island SUNDAYFerry of the national organization' In Dade County lilted a* acceptable coffee sale will go to the fund Committee Election December 9 way from private land w ,+
home. Some of the coin are worn International affair committeeand In a recent survey con. which the club hue pledged to on i iI The canal: ai planned will....' i

almost smooth but It is po&sibl a director t>f the Miami organization dutted by the state Improvement ; the clinic: room of the new col- I eastward from the east en'

to decipher "Philip IV . and Mr Smith during the commission and the federal.-. ored hospital which was started Three committeemen and two dello and John DuPui of Miami i Bauer dr between the "'

on One $pie date 1651. service between Elliolt'sKey' past year her attended Jaycee cunty agency In connection with) at Could last summer, alternate will be elected: for one I If they wish, voters mny write In canal and the Ooul'sBisiayn ., !

Wednesday a' 60-pssenge and Homestead BayfronlPark a proposed 440,000,000 hospit,* I the names of other eligible grow BayTli's ,
glasa-ln-bottom boat wa bough I I. being Inaugurated by the Improvement program *. year terms to the Tide County I .
rs at the election says Brooks, year, the tin*
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by the museum company to transport Elliott Key Improvement Associ DEATH TAKES I An application for federal fund ONE OFFER MADE Production and Marketing Administration chairman of the present commUlre. made six fret deep and! '.

sightseers to the wrecked: ation. Slated to leave regularlyat to expand the municipally owned onDec:, f by groen .'., , wide, Bird said but n' J
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Spanish treasure. ship where. they local Institution will be made by I the PMA budget funds next '". I < \
I o'clock en Saturday and Sunday J. L HICKSON participating In program year
a search will be for permitted relic and to watch silver diver bar morning from the canal boat I the hospital board at It* December BUT CITY SEEKS Polling place wftl be ..nnanted .' en It to 50 feet |

basin at the park, the terry will meeting report Dr C. t. TOLD. Standing water from, "'
LIONS j.L
similar sold to to the Smithsonian 70-pound Ingot Institution. McKee -. make a special: run at, 10 o'clocllSund.y AT AGE OF 92' Robinson board chairman. The MORE BOND BIDSfcTbeclty of the1' county after eominllta the neat! rnrettn! ,, OF rain early' )h.t ." I'
has 28 beds In mated '
morning to furnish transportation hospital now operation tc
At the museum itte, blasting Candidate nominated Nov. 11 J 3
TRIP'
to a big chowd: 'P.rt1&o but should hive an ad TO ISR API Vrox'muW "
I'amwtcompleted tot the 1,000- Funeral ae vices ,for Joseph dltipoatao to rem adequately, by growers' committee from each Dadel MOO aerei of. ..... '
I\II.. b ot llommtead! wilt ..dtfMf"'bldJ "
. ( e4lFj'tgkthup4Inland .' .t1i''t' Le 4oe) Hick**, .lta14N.- t"J* tpopulloor he'Vo n'" farming, nororaunlty.weret. A. FArthur "
: ,On",116"II' {.tar. IICh..t m IW; ISSO.DOfl \ 1 p..: .
yacht bailn with the sea, ranja grove owner who died It tw Brindenburf'JrJ. )'h'ir.r' t1Jrrr"Wi MI'o.rowift, liott1W
'H.t
Elliott's .
ferry will return front\ bond Issue Instead of :
revenue
McKee says. Three building are Monday night at his home,,'will outImmediate will Richard Brook and Ceo. W succeed because of the determination the N'.J.J
Key to the park at 4 or S o'clockon expansion provide accepting an offer of Ballard and teed potatoes by heavy
already up except for the roof, be held et l Sag: this afternoon inHomest..d for a four-bed children' Smith of Homestead Luther L. veraber Paint Ie I etpectel t-> ,
and pouring of the Saturday and, Sunday afternoons Hassert at three pet cent Interest, Chandler and Harold I:. Xendalof of the Jewish people, the .
museum On off-days trip will be Presbyterian Churchby ward for which plan are being councilmen agreed after considerable Redland. District Lion Club th. replant'ng of all ti* ae'"
foundation when Qouldi J, Cox of was
will Abney
begin they ,
the Rev Frank U Elvery,
pastor. ',
made by appointment drafted by Homestead Architect: let out this month.! Th" 'a '
dltcussion Monday night
are,completed. Interment will be In Wood- Princeton Thos, O. Clnimon of told Tuesday night by Circuit
The 20-pasenger, covered navy C. J. Parman. This addition I Ia I. The submitted bid was accompanied water has caused also heavy low
The native'* weird story of the personnel launch "The Islander", lawn Park Cemetery Miami project of the hospital auxiliary by a check for 5000.,, Kendall Casper William of Mo- Judge George Holt .ho wee a e* of early tonvaU: crop and
finding of the ancient silver coin
: wa purchased by Wade Stiles, under the direction Gf Turner organized to promote hospital Improvements In order to save time In obtaining member of a commission sent to posed a serious threat to groves .
will ,.be told at 11 o'clock Saturday association: member and Elliott's Funeral Home, and wilt not ,depend the bond fund, earmarked NEGRO SUSPECT make a study of that country It I II to help alleviate luch conditions -
morning by McKee over Serving pallbearer will be federal fund for its construe "The Jew 'the that the canal Is I
Radio Station WVCO Home- Key property owner, for association : as on for purchasing two new generator are bringing new being
in use In promoting develop- six of Mr Hlckion'i grandsons don Donation are alwiyt acceptable and rebuilding the electrical: know-how of the rest of the worldto planned, Bird said. No promise of

Held.A ment ot the key according to the Joseph, R, Sam M, Edward R, for carrying out the expansion system City Attorney Ira C. Hsy- HELD IN $3,000ROBBERY the infant nation which sans federal relief within the next two
related the who
native
by Elliott Key New. In recognitionof I John S., Blair and Richard all plan, cay Dr. Jloblnaon.I cock wa Instructed to submit a destined to have a great Influence or three year could be made
discovered McKee the
them says, ill service I to the public, theassociation of Naranja. I resolution for validation of the In the political social and economic : Dade County at the Jacksonville
"moneys1; were found by follow- 1* given free dockagefor Survivor of Mr, Hickson are: bond at a special meeting to be HERE development of the whole meeting of the flood control board

ing. the direction: of the who man'sgnatgnatgrandfather the ferry at Homestead Bay- his wife, Mrs. Sarah Hickson; JAMES L. SA\\VYER called next Monday night No general region," Judge Holt old attended last week by Bird and

to him !In dream. appeared front Park by order of the Dade two sons Landon of Naranja and rate of 'Interest will be specified The 13.000 robbery of Nell'Pawn "The country li agricultural and Luther Chandler, county budget
a County 'tomml slon. Jerome of Norwich Vt.; two J. D. Bradshaw of Fort Pierce the present problem Is to establish board member,
McKee will the full Shop early Nov. 17 wa
which summarized give, Is as follows story: Connection of the mainland and daughter, Mrs Amy Kirby of DIES SUDDENLY wa given a permit to erect a believed solved Monday by the An economy capable of supporting
Elliott'. of the ferry Miami and Miss Dorothy Hickson a large population at reasonable
Key by mean a
crab; cannery on S. Flagler at InTatum' .
The hative, who had drunk apprehension of Willie J. Windrow
service is seen step toward of Lake Worth; 14 grandchildrenand standard of living To be provided
as a colored town addition USE ONLY 20 PCT.OF
heavily of rum to allay the painof Jame Leon Sawyer 71, owner 37-year-old migrant negro
.
realization of longadvocatedplan five great grandchildren for also, are 100,000 refugee
a The
Issued
with the
permit was
foot of boat livery on worker, and the of
a Injury caused: by a crawfish and operator a recovery par
to construct: a bayshore highway Mr. Hickson was born Feb. 22 Arabs who were deprived of their
proviso that the building mutt
fell Into Card Sound died unexpectedlyof : of the loot, report Police Chle
spur a feverish
southward from Miami to 1S3T in Richmond Va, and lived conform to the city building cod, lands by the formation of the THEIR SENSESToo
sleep and heard his name called a heart attack atoll on a W, F. Brantley,
Homestead Bayfront Parkand ,until early manhood In Danville, new nation.'The .
At a recent meeting, Bradshawtold
Tree" times by his greatgreatgrandfather business trip to Homestead FrIday Some of the stolen article
eastward by way of a causewayto Va. He then moved to' Minneapolis the council that the plant establishment of the nation .
This told Mr Sawyer collapsed found Windrow'
ancestor night were on person
many person are using
the and the key This where he made hi* home largely result
link park I would employ about 30 a* a of persecution
the native to locate a certain sea- on the street and was pronounced person when he woe tripped Monday by only one of their eye to lee with
to MI-
would provide a loop drive for I until 1901 when he came rear-round for the canning of of the Jews, and Its subsequent
grape tree blackwood tree and dead on arrival at James Archer Miami police a* h* returned to and too many are. using only 20
and In Miami ami and entered the real estate
residents recognition have
,visitor I blue given
crabs to be provided by Ca >e
flat Hospital. | previously discovered ache: in cent all
prickly pear tree and a stone Smith a per of their faculties,
when to link Elliott 1 business In 1934, he moved toNaronja rise to a delicate Internal-
causeways very
the Rev. J E. Jenkins pastor (Continued on Page Three) Park Brantley Win- I their
on ground nearby to pry up with Biscsyne Key, Virginia Key I where. he was active In The Dorsey says lanai situntUm The territory of Including brains is well at
the rock with a knife or a stick conducted: funeral services Tuesday drow, who I I. held In the county their vision hearing and the
and Miami Beach are eventuallyconstructed I the management of his grove Interest the new stale I i. cherished t by
and to dig with his hands Into afternoon In the First Meth- I loll. |I. reported to have served ,I : other three sense" Homestead
a'dvocate point out 1 Christian Jew and Moslem alike
the soft black dirt beneath for dist Church of Homestead, and REGIONAL HEAD five year In a Pensacola road I Rotarians learned Wednesdayfrom

"lots of money all for you." Turner Funeral Home directed camp. When caught he was Clogs a talk mad by Dr F, p
When the native awoke, his Joan Core':Will Leave Today for 4-H burial In Palm Cemetery at Na- Ing a leather jacket stolen wlI.r.1 II. II. S. Archer, Jr. Homestead optometrist

"feet till groan" and he wa* ableto ranja. PAYS VISIT TOSOROPTInnSTS a car parked In front of Leffi Presents( Play Dec. 1.2

do nothing but hobble out with Congress as Winner in 'State Contest A native of Key West Mr. Grocery of Hemesteid. Dr. Archer told of attending a
a tick to feed his chicken and Sawyer had lived all his life on Still unreoovered I It the greeter The cast It I being announced fort clinic in psychological optic conk

pig*. He drank rum all day and the Florida Key part of the loot from. Nell's, 200 lively comedy, "Come Rain or ducted this summer at Ohio State

that night the greatgreatgrandfather I Joan Core, IS-year-old RedlandHigh since her mother's death In May. He leaves: his wife Mr. films rings BO watches, 11 gum, IIclgsret Shine," to be presented by the University by Dr. Samuel Ren-

reappeared In his dream School sophomore, will leave 1 I She helped tor set up exhibits Sawyer; two sons, Ronald of Key Mr Helen Durkee of West : lighter, nine wallet end Homestead High School senior thaw, the great authority on t

to urge that he go find the money today, .to attend the five-day national at the county fair and helped In Largo and Earl of Fort Myers; Palm Beach director: of the southern the two overnight bag In which class at I o'clock Thursday and optical 1 acuity who revolutionized I
the next morning when bit feet 4-H Congress the Dade County 4-H camp. kitchen -' two daughter, Mrs Earl Car- region of the American: Fed- the burglar carried the articles Friday evening, Dec. I and 2, In the method of airplane Identification '

would be ..11. In Chicagoon two yean. well and Mrs Louli Albury of ration of Soroptlmlat Clubs, I sway Twenty-six rings, six leva King Cooper School audl- for the armed force* during >1?

When the native awoke on the b an award from A leader In 4-H activities, she Key Largo; two sister, Mrs Emma !av* the local Soroptlmlst club: watches three gun and two of! orlum.. the war.Expeiments.

second morning, his feet "no more Servel home economic has served her club as president I Plnder and Mrs Laura Howard Monday a humorous account 'ofI the lighten have been found. In the role of an amusing / at the clinic

hurt" He' followed direction, i1 department and the county organization a* of Miami; and three grand recent visit In Cuba where she The thief or thieve escaped: American family with decided showed' that most people are

found the flat tone near the three-. for her secretary and delegate ,- I children. tad urgent need of more Spanish undetected after looting the store Individual Idea a* to how to utilising' only a small portion of

tree landmark, dug down and outstanding club e -- than: the little she know, but In tome manner the burglar spend a summer vacation at the their native endowment, r.

unearthed 110 coin. He placed record In food She told also of presenting. alarm In the nearby Jefferson take art. Senior Rebecca Brown Renshaw H dev'alnsj wave c '

them In a basket for return to his preparation.Joan Shop and Mail\ Early for Christmas, barter: this month to a new tore was Set off. The robbery ,Joyce Ann Layion, Elvl: Shores I means for tralnlnc p rw
thatched hut where he washed !... ._.s n.*_ ft9 the__n Soroptlmlst club In Fort Pierce wa reported by Sidney Peckettowner Jetty Turner Shirley Oreer, ','",(Alpr ti,.. of ti."'.> ""'--'
them carefully and hid them. JwsC.n four Florida Is Plea as Bigger P. 0. Volume Looms and one In Macon, Ca,, and of of Nell', who discovered Martha Lee Davis, Ante' Delta, t INlpy .' "e"e'dr .1.'... r

Friend who came to visit him winner who are receiving all. plane to charter: a Sarasota club It a* h* opened hop. Chief Brant'' Joyce Morgan, M.rth.l.n. Oreer, < other senses Dr Archer 't 'Oil'

told him that they witnessed his expense trips to the congress 'ueaday and one In Savannah ley is being assisted In the Investigation Faye Milliard Joe Barger Jack''! I Ing tome of Dr Renihaw'i mtth
digging under the rock and that which' will begin Sunday. She It I Handling of the ChrUtmat malls Important that the sender's return shortly afterward by J. P. Kersey of tht Pope. Bob Roper, Joe Barley and 1'1 di In till classes of visual, trstaIng. -
I I' always a tremendous task for card appear en the upper left corner Russell '
throughout the procedure a a daughter of Kelly Core of Red- Amazing harmony and progress sheriff office Albury. I .
'light-colored' man (the great- and and a granddaughter of the the post office, and there 1 11 every of the address aid*. Addresstags are the rule In all Soroptlml.trroupa.

great-grandfather) eat standing Rev, Harley R. ;core. reason to believe that the volumeto should not be used unless stressed the director, because 11.113. Girls Winners [ I
Sound of
behind him.It be, handled this year will be absolutely necessary admlselon. I I' by Invitation Banned Gunfire Airboats
loan th.nlOll
has ,
served more ,
In Division 1
heavier than In "Parcels should be carefully and TourneyThe
fact that even prior years only and because eligibility .reulrement -
I It
a says McKee
meals for her family and has laid Acting: Postmaster A. V. Phillips (Continued on Pg Two) Cause 2-day Manhunt\ in 'Glades ParkThe
the native 1 It known to be a descendant done the housekeeping for her are highMl \ llomestesd High Schoolgirl i .
of a' 'half slave-halt yesterday."Post ** Helen Laurie, Seattle director *
and brothersHoward B volleyball team first
father tae younger won
; Spanish" sailor who had been office patron are ..gsin II.II5. Student Council of elementary education In division
place of
one Dad sound of
forbidden atrboat
urged to do their Christmas chopping party which went laths aid of
shipwrecked on the Isle In the who I J. touring Florida, also attended -
early KOO'a. West to Receive and mailing early this year," Assigned District PostAt the luncheon: meeting" at'asco'i County Robert E.sports Lee day School held In Friday Miami at and gunfire In the Everglade Rants (Red) Coller Hlaleah

A psychiatrist, to whom McKee Degree at Georgia Tech h* aid. "All mail matter must be a recent meeting of the Restaurant and told of For their prowess In downing rational Park early this week ollot ot the distressed RepublleSashes .

related the story, explained that plainly and completely addressed, Seventh District ot Student Coun- project: of the Seattle club, Robert E.!: tee Miami Beech, Kln- launched a two-day all-out manhunt No trace we found ot the

the native had probably beard the Howard West of Atlanta for with street address. or port 6ffic* i ella Homestead High School wa loch and Hlaleah. team,the Homestead In the park area .by Park person hot*, or person who fired the

treasure itory a* a child and thatit mer Homestead resident, I 18 scheduled box or rural route and rural box assigned the ylt -prnldtnel port Adult Typing Classes team was presented a Superintendent Din a Beard and ''.1
had lain dormant in his subeonidou to receive a B. A. degree In number whenever possible. jMallfor of the district wganlzat an. AnitaDeiu plaque 'by the Florida Federation An unscheduled five-minute
Students
Open to New anger* and warden of the
mind until stirred In architecture In December at the the large cities should Includethe senior, was elected by the ot Womeo'l dubs. staff perk flight wa taken by ont of the
Induced dream- Georgia Institute of technology. delivery zone number a* a local council U fill plan rescuers X J. Mills Cap
bit fever-and-runi the post Pupil 'will be accepted: for In- The Homestead A team defeated/ Beard report that the
of Mb West, who was graduated part of the address It It I yery John search Sable fisherman, who wee borne.
bog The reputed appearance The Rev. H. Whitt, pastor vidual Instruction in the adult Hileah and Miami Beach team party located three. airboats
which
the light-colored man" behind from Tech with a B. S. degree in of First Baptist Church 'wa guest ping classes taught by Mr*. but lost to Robert I:. Lee and Kin- had gone Into the park wilderness aloft when he failed to let go\ the
the.digger probably wa an embellishment June I* a member ot the Architectural EMPLOTCCS GET TuaraTwenylour speaker at a special Thanksgivingservice Ruth L. Scott on Monday and loch Park team. to rescue an Ice and fish transport ship a* It took ort Upon dlscov.erlng .

added to give authenticity Society. He la a ton of turkey were"distributed Wednesday morning at the Wednesday night at Homestead Player on the B team were. :' plan forced down Mill* still banging .. the

to. the supernatural element Mr. and Mr*. ft L. West of Atlanta Tuesday by Bird Chevrolet school. Music wa provided by Ugh School Those* wishing toJake Betty FaJrcloth, captain, Virgin northwest I here' of Lake near the left strut CoDer landed <.1 the

: In the story, the psychiatrist be- former IIomcchMdi residents Co to Its employ -.one thrhool/ band and glee club the count are. asked to Sincere co-captain. Katharine- :/ .' He uid that M chirge Ingrahtm. Mill eamp on the Jake and dl..

litre, _. who are now voitlag her*. turkey to each employ> directed by Jew real.uJa1kMOPdl'hiNlilllll fetteter with Mrs Scot psvmpll7.a'aatrrlrala Continued: Pag* Three) I would be Sled wauut the charted his unauthorized p** -.
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W. M. Dept to Preach dux' morning it II clock 1 SHOP AND MAILtightly Z-LEADER-ENTERPRLgE__Friday, NOf. 25, 1\49
IftSO POMTJAC tairm and rlrtamlmcri I I II F1RT.-BAIlTLT .
1 1I .
sw 1 : Mr Hrlk th tn the MWnil Drw I I I
I new decree of massive For Prnbl1erlan. I I.llIp I ICoad>fdwj; Pa.;. OM) abo\J of
I to I Ira+h a mart tn the le 4epil able1 dingy lie MOW i i tempt u advance of the nkdt
GOES} ON DISPLAYAT with main grille ban reaching out The b'I'm M Delk, regional I training Khool to br held REVIVAL BEGINS \ peeked M strong durablecontainers. the addreaeeChriitma > \, '
mil wound the londen, I Miami next week He nerved' Period.---
carrying director of religious education' in and wrapped and Lied gins should be r '
ihr nppr.mch pattern Into aide I for the Presbyterian ynod of I the vnorU of Alabama and Trnn with food quality paper and cord, registered or Insured
P. B. BIRD CO. I II caner .in II ,,,,"I.r M i( 4'' I'arkini lamps arc newly Florida, will preach In the H"me- .' eight' Vicarr: md Im recently been [ I but not Mated Christmas wall "Holiday greeting cards MR* It Benson Electric Has
denlrntd! l t<. lurry "ul the kerp I lead PfMbftoHdn. f Ot,tirrh tun I I I I' pram..t<."lt > his prrjant 1 poilUonWe , and aUcken abould be piaoad. oo ftn\ocIaII. or air mail, obtato the
Now en dteplay at Preeton P Aa aigkt-day. revival will be ether than DM addrM aide. fur-
unldl El.I The grille, lttt M tMaetal
J Bird Motor Co. Aow rp< m<, the A .begun S heavier anti quartered lay
I pronent UWU1 1 Chfteteiai'. but alkMld.
a.wage PonUao offer 211 ap aufiport bat*. The cnurfupport ol HOnttMd with Or W cpM aoe.taItI written >mtc_- eatdMtf: finl.' delivered tint, ;.' rrlaeetoa. Ph.la
t parease and mechanical Improvement candle the traditional \ Have C, Siracener of Jacksonville MWameJit. bona no matter bow brief, ai the warded U necessary,without additional
*-headlined by a lubrtontlal Indian Head mUlUon. announce the New andoauro .f peseta or' letters postage charge and U UJt-
J tncreee la eight cylinderpower Other styling highlight* ar* anew fatm H, Whrtt, paator A farmer would subject the entire parcel: to deliverable, returned II no,, further -,
r I hood ornament and medallion pMtor of Riverside Baptiit Chwrehat i the letter rate. .penaa provided the Mnder'irtturn Benson Electric Hu
What You addren' U shown on the,
Dr It eJttor
,i new rear deck lid handle re Miami Warmer "Parcel containing perlahablearticle
-.UhlIM new PonlwritHarry and new rear dark name plate of the Florida Bipttot Wrtnee envelop HOTPOINTAPPLIANCES
i, Kllnajer, general man.gar nom fate and aft the Pemh.cSilver Frank Elferd: of Terpon Springs : mull be marked 'Ptrlth- "UniMted Cbriitrnat greeting! .
ol Pontlac Motor DIvMoo !' Slraak, re-etyled to blend will be vMfeWUe c linger I tent M thlrd-claa null Ire afl"
and vice precldent of OeneraJ. with the liM a/ilartor treatment, >t Hunting The puMto li cordially Invited vleet on Sunday and at 7:30 eachnight chergeibl with two cents pottageir rrlaeetoa, ,Ia. lit .:
'f Moton Corporataw, Hid.We j *gH give. Pontiac the uorld'l fry Mr. WWII to attend the_> ol the weak.Se. fPatrons' urged to buy
believe oyr IM line !<%i batq awtoreK IdenMnraUon. ,-- i ",
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embrace logical and well thought I. _.:A' : 11!
out advances. The I Itf" mndrlfbrought M. .1. I Pontlac'l popularity to a Santa Says: The Wild Turkey Sporting Goods( ',.f" / Jt .
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era Pontiac an extrt'mf'lI'ld'again give Hi (1.'lrm-s.\.Il\ ,,,,c e I po foul .lcaled fo\\,1. This bird Turkeys arc always a .

ar Chieftain* continued and with Streamliner. itandaid. Inr'I:and I sno'ssoAtv '"f was Imported into highly, prized delicacy. Hq son invades lower-pric field

deluge styling six or eight rylln I Europe from Africa And they're easy to
der engine and bydra-nu'.it or wa pf Turkeycatch with the proper
ayretiromeah' tran mUston ly way ,
Cubic displacement of tau pep thence its name. The equipment. Come to /1. .

titan been fight iiitreaied cylinder to procure tnt'ne t 101" 17ythecInisiorefRT1 male i Iii fond of strutting Mitchell Hardware Co. WITH FAMOUS .STEPDOWNDESIGN !

horsepower> horsepower of the I with his feathers for your guns ammunition "
nix cylinder engine remain at 90Comprembo I and anything ;
puffed out and his
relies for both englnei .
ar* (l.-allo-Alnl! maxirtu, tail spread else in hunter's supplies I .
performance w'Ui' operational M'"- Gina 10 PUAI to suit jour nccis.NlKliELL 1 I
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From bumper to bumper. Insists IYUYOIiI'D'Xle ," : h" r : '
and oul,,calculated dr+!en: tcj h. -l t' HARDWARE CO. INC. t
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PonUaci traditionally r.."> *?' DRUG ,
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'this engineering triumph t (55 u trim-ill, new oomparbnent) ,even outside the rear iyhaela-iW
," a we are happy to offer this conventional type car with the sensational ejoVeinlages of' Hvdipn'l roomiest aeat U new any Pacemaker.automobile.ThliUHudori'i ) ..,with' U.new highar.compreaeion .

I yeari-ahead "step-down" design i i t'I Pacemaker' engine the power-packed ....Iiat
L - 'I that teat driven call "the aroootheet, sweetest wV ever II
'': sireemllneel. beautwith a cetorful' new :-rivecP! ,',* the rugged' 'long jived angin* aritb new ,
carburetion and fuel intake that make it alihWn.1ikeperl'onner
(Interior .featuring gorgeous wool 'fobrici com with surprisingly saving ways) j

,, rd binod with plastic Durofab trim . And this emaiinp car bring you Hudaon'i new Super. ;
f ptsgtle Drive (optional at extra coat--the) only aufomatletranemtasion
that Includes the (ud wving advantage. of
A ","-a.colt-be ulemeblle with moro room, overdrive and that shifts cean just II you want toO Ibift.

them any other car ot any price, except another that doNJI'. 't creep .t I1& I4. that dooua'.$ dip II sou e-

Hudson; yet a car that cettt you Ut. to buy ,
-_ Them' are more . many more ; freah. colorful anddaeirable
I II I bas to drivel feature in title Net new ear I too "many to : .
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mention be... lUdn you better ne It todaV? \ _
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n play today! . .You can see it today; I I t '"
)AuAllt W I H HUDSON'S I 1 NEW
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d pactneai and lower price wlUt big-cv comfort and riding SUPER MATIC DRIVE I'II:i
0k oualitie*. For her iI an afile ev with mart livid l room l"t
f than in any other car at any trice, except: another Hudron.

f It' a trim tidy car with I lower center of gravity than (
I .iMefl any other make--and because of thie you got a smoother plow 3 GREAT HUDSON SEMESMUC40 '
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car built the Caahioned way.
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ntrrsymrata the room comfort ta/ety and anuung readability
alao all the low.built beauty, the long fre -ftoin( i
that can come only with the" of
motor can Evory body line I* winder
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lau pactw tape Wfu" tun (vpps .... t
ia Hudaon' new Pacemaker . ,prfcW for mWlose "
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We hare waited long time for 1 South Flailer Ave, Homestead Phone 498 \\ It;

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O this model, but here it il at last!

It'i a bid. beautiful, white Speed
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,i oo the market We could name Philco Appliances W I INDOWS ;:

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hill yet Aluminum Awning Steel Casement ; ,:
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t clothes just u well and give you s> Aluminum I

juftudepeadiblcxrvk*. In other Owls a Spohltre Romfa Aluminum Jalousie t/ Romfh Claw Jalousies '

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s@i ilVIN :lIT'I..H T'lill; : Itt U the quad .*.u..r continues 11" ',, .t i..t. ti':i7.- Wlday, S'ov. 25,1949 LEAf{. .
: SONASSISTED s.UroFej5r apain( heN .will, 0 o huh aplenty (oreveryono. 1a1t

'Schedule FISHING NEWSBy bids from Homeetaad gas com- Kane* psevidee that the salary n_' "". _.. ,.,,, [, ,.,,,,,1
Announce of GamesSmith pastes to fur ,11II tile city with gas .
BIRTH enact with tilt
lttpree aa msj*
rACCm ..* llTI QNE OFFER and oil. Bide ware submitted by new .dmlnlatratton.tislHHa. GM Scout Troop 159MrTTY
Shaw Brothers 011 Co., Standard RAISIN, Scribe
OF HOMESTEAD Jack Pope has been elertedraptasg Jack Polk. Bill II.....- (Continued fI'OIft..... On) OH Co., OHM OIl Corp., Te.a* hhJ1r >.rmlts. totaMngHI.MS ..;""' ...._.._. _""'" """
. of the Homojlead High. white. Jr, John Fotslk and Ketth OahonMti. Cft\, and Sinclair RefMs Co. were (....s.. ItM ,..-
idea Sable and Key
Tsreroekr T I
Sokool Grower* akJsMll. loam, taker: of Mayor The ordinance a a... Uvt;. llon, candidate for announce Coach Paul. L Wrrlrv Oil the manaasra. **an (or Hw (Add M MiniMa for Momootoad) T.UMO ft Kirby raoamaMadatlon, Mr*. lUttta I. Uv. HtMl Dade County bundles. cod 4 Co .1.\.... romodolutg : We members of Troop that .we ha\ '
may* abated II t the birth of A motor Pop hit played three Low building at Sit & lUghw. eve; I proud to amount
t Iwo teams' are Ooorg Sprinkle Hid .togMM.. ...... Harper. J C. wee given Its first and second Ruth Evelyn
"""" to* In I U. .when it .. rears ins oanterMembers Breaker, Jr., nlM. CBS I four new memhrrx
Kon.As .
ai Joe Barwr. Mm Baker ad Nov. W 11:20: a.a.pain. VajM and Vtofll J.ron were .,- reading* Unanimous ap|" al Henry W.JOIII
mfcrfWalad With 17 Vote, Mid of the A squad thAI .... ....... Nov. IS It-Mpm.: Till p... poiDted serv aa tawoclar at : was ajKren. the of_i aoo to .hv. I dwa lig.. .!..**., M llsmut*** ..., Victoria Call Delhi.
aeraed. at U" flirt Clerk and laxsseeeor year are. Bob Roper', Rocky Sin- rslsaaad bf Wortay! tilt Nov M. 1:11: a..... TJiam the Dec II primary election at a I ereas the mayor's salary from negro eeetfea.: C B. Weeks, III,- Sawyer and Kay
for tin year*. H* served core. Pal Horn, Koatneth Gravest Orowen will play tilt Wtewing Nev.' M_ 1:15: pant. 'III pun. salary rate of no a day. IM to f lot a month and tile 000 CBS residency N. W. list st; I. W* Ira Mflni date for ama '.
M mayor from IBM to ItM and Carl Norwood Jimmy. Wataon, schedule: Nov 11? 3:10: Lit. l*0 anv OouncUmea Wm. MuaselwMt, I couneOmen's salaries from $1 to aide Alexander, IWO CBS orphans. *. W* bop*H have them
agaro\ from UIIO to, 1131 Jerry Cox, Bob Bchowalter' Jot UK 6-38 Peter and Paul..her* Nov. IT_ S.llpn. l-Mpm.: and Carl S. Anderson and UUIJ. til for each m .Ultc. The ordl- dtetting M the ertored aectMn. \by CAftstmM.
It was during tu aeoond term Kerky and James Booker. Dec ...x., West her Nov "_ J9am. Pit: '.m.
lee mayor that tide not unit of B quad players Include Oerrllt Dec U-St Patrick's there Nov. H._ I:Hpm. 941pm.Nov : .
the present I modernized! tight and Holdrum, Jr., Sam Sineor. Fred tfee 16-Redland here M4: eam. ItlJam: i
water plant was built and the city Sober, Allen Left. Bobby Shiver, Dee.' 30-Pone* d* Leon then Nov M_ 4H: polft. 10-Mpm.:
Installedsewerage and water1system. Dan Beard Brute Ennit, Jr. Carl Jan. 4-Miami High her Nov, 90. 4J7am.> 11:" '.m. Back of this-great trade-mark
Jan /-Drlray Beaoh her Nov M.. JWpm. lt.l p.m.
'"I wu-able to ielp Homestead' Jan. T-Miami" Beach there Dec. 1.. 845am.: ll.wam.Dec. : v .
crow In lot put," Livingston told Young Catholics' Plan Jan IG-Rlv.raldl there 1. 847pm.: 111: p.Mrs. .nil,,
the Lesder' -Enterprhse' this week Christmas Tableaux Jan I J-South Broward hero and Mrs .
Joe Gaiuens t.
"and I believe I Jan IT-SS Peter and Paul her
can help i 1to
in the futur Th Junior choir of Sacred Heart Jan. 20-Redland then I John Crave had a nice catch of
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trot Catholic Church will present e Jan 24-Miami Jackson there snapper In the Florida City canal' j
"I. km of. extension of our Chrlitmas cantata and tableaux Jan 17-Pompano her Nov, It They used Uv* shrimp" '
public\ utilities, law < ..1
better 1 ;
enforcement for bait
again this year, announces the Jan 28-Miami High there
(, and encouragement' of director Miss Cecilia OU.., Ml.s Feb. S-Miami Tech her C E Saunders. Jr, and tea M
low coat lousing where quality Helen FltoOibbons will be accom.panist Feb. T-Pone* de Leon, her Lull of Delphi tad, fishing In
,of construMton and Individuality Rehearsals bI.' .. it Feb.' 10-Pompano there Trout Creek' Joe's Bay end Black
o( design Vlll! not be Mcriflred youngsters in the choir are held Feb.' It-Si Patrick her. water Sound, caught IS trout and.
IJHngsfen retired from, the II snapper
regularly.County Feb. 14-South Broward there
petfnute ship o( Homestead lest Feb.' 17-Key West (henFeb The lining last weekend. wad. ." 1,
July 31 after' IS yean In that Tax Deputies II-Ke. West there good judging from the reports and .
office. Born and reared in South her weather. Many people would .
Feb. Jl-Riverside
Carolina, he cam here ai a young Come Here Jan 2 .27 Feb 4 Delray Beach there I I rather have Ish than an old gobbler
man In 1909 ai a timekeeper' for Feb: 27:Miami Tech there on the table, for ThanksglvFOR -
the Roadway department of the For the convenience of Moose'atad
Florida East Coed Railway and taxpayers,deputies from the
wax "Mentifled with the oversea office of County Tax Assessor J. all VALUES
these EXTRA
'exte' 'Ion until 1912 He boughtthe ,Newton Lummus will be at the I . .
f tract In Homestead' later' developed Homestead city hall from 10.SO MAYORS.
ai the S. E. LIvmgstonAddRlon to 4 p. m; on Jan. 24-27 to receive
and built the Mow at Ux returns and application for
in Chevrolet at lowest cost
122 N W. Third at. which the tax exemptions.H. Inclusively yours
family! itlll occupies In 1911 h*
Joined W. D. Home and Henry II. S. GIRLS I LIVINGSTONAs I
Breaker, Sr, In establishing the E.
Homestead Mercantile Co. for (Continued from Page One) . "I
whIA they constructed the buildIng 'Meyers' Joyce' Douberley, Ann''' I _' ... 1'::.. ....... 4. c;
how occupied by 1U ones. Bethune. Jackie Margraves, Carol .,. "\: oS. ..
sor.Burton's Department Store. I Kneltel Carol Wollsm. Donna' he promoted Chrctt these, --- : a c' 'iJ,. _.
Livingston served a term aiJustjc 'Davis. On the' substitute quail I Mayor tears ago I WF. .* 0.0. ,.. :1 ::) : "" ..i.

of the peace and seversl I were Ann Sullivan Barbara, installation of present sewer and bFlRtA ,.l'i
terror as a member' of the Dad Sprinkle I Sandra Chipley, Sally'i : dettdd
Couttj Board of Public Instruction Wright and Jean Dendy, Mary Ann water system jmd light, and water nMtl BODY FltHIR UNIinit BMNCH' WIDI-SAU BIML CIITt-IArl
] Wolfenbarger was manager, Ruth on any carp
Lee linesman and Beverly Outlaw I plant. Believes in: tmiNO AND IUXUIT BODY CONSTRUCflON phM lOW-MISIUtl mil HTDKAUUC SIAKMDCTRA

scorer I
For the A team Edna Runnels .
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f Seimless was manager, Donna Ferrell, I .. r
Copper Tubing linesman Genevieve Chandler, S Extension of public utilities :: s -
captain, and Claudia Campbell . \ -m

FOt co-captain. Player were Hetty law enforcementEncouragemcntoflowcost "'\. .. if( 'ii ,
Better 0
Refrigeration' Servk Carpenter, Myrtle Boynton, Bella .... 1 .... L..rJ. 0
Fay Davis, Joyce Easter, Mary' ...... ..... .. "
"ABtomotlve Replacement! Ann Lewis, Johnnie McCinnls, house '"
and Jan Thurman Substitutes ICONOMICAL CURVED WINDSHIELD WORLO'I CHAMPION CINTU. LONOIR HIAVIIi
Ceaeral Use
were Ann Krlaer, Patty Outlaw ing without sacrificing; qualityof 10 OWN, OPIRAT1 whir VALVI-IN-HIAD POINT with

I also and Joanne... Hardln.Th ._. construction or individualityof !. AND MAINTAIN PANORAMIC VtUBIUTY INOINI STIUINO WIDtR TRIAD

Rut-fed Way

Copper Water Service "I 1 don't wonder at tome poor design.
wives having to help themselvesout BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANYc
In/it* ft straight lengths of their husband's pockets

and I' ft. eolu-Tya* K A L said Mrs Jones to Mrs. Green, a* Phonha
the two ladles were. holding a Your vote 'and support in the Primary of 107 N. Krome Ave, HomesteadCHEVROLETLOWEST
confab on the troubles of hus
DIRECT MILL SHIPMENT bands Dec. 13 will be appreciated. .

OR FROM LOCAL STOCK : "I can't say I,like them underhand PRICED LINE 'IN IT* FIELD !
;It ". ,ways. mjrK lf," .replied ,tI(... . .
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Green.
"I Just turn my man'a.breechea .
upside down and help .1
E J. Morrissey myself off the c.I'Jet.-Ex.) .
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Leader Enterprise I The \Social Security f drrUnl / ,
I You may bt on* of thousands Mat, domeeUc service, and a few traUoa seats to educate the public,
. through radio procnma and byword DAVISOF
u.dsd M 1m ot Americana who are .nutted. to Isolated -. ,
through achoola! and clubs
The Social Security fermuU lioompUcated.
Social. Security payment*--Out to understand/ compUecUd law
PiM..... '*- lit I" ..... __ don't know It Urging an understanding -. .at benefit vary with 1.dvllR\ very wan earner to I 1
K' ..... .. .... Iw. ..... Soda the wag earner1. M.. work history -
ot the tovtmmmf
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the .
Security program In every four yean A postcard
0II. R**der'. Oifteet for November SUvenaon explains It aa fellows: to the ..ene,'. headquarter ; \
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ROHM Charba' Stevenson etatoe that "Beginning with January I Glass '
Md. will
In Baltimore aufflce. Woo/ ?:
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1'37, with that quarter of a
half of the eMor-' or
nearly n !
Form postcards may be obtainedat
1 MAMOMUt VBACH. ARCHM ly who could collect; old- I later year In which you became HOUSE PAINT IIj
r..rh+e amw persons any of the 4M field office You Ice ,
MANY nun.L DICKINSON age Insurance never have claimed II, list the yean up to the three- especially advised to ask the j i'I I
Maw sad. 1oetIII. a penny, Many orphans and youngwidows month period In which you became I? clarify your status If yoU
with dependent childrenare H. To the right of every I.n t
approaching even If you Aluminum
1 draw a for each of IS
falling to apply for the iurvlvori year square not intend to retire immedi
/pR.SCSIPTION IAIKSD.d ..' Ita four Quarter Now check each .
: W IIis I n. Insurance due them From ', t
plneIi I1raw. ,
I SIN.. 110 to $811 a month may now be square representing three monthsIn
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/I : O.Md.vr 0.1. a..iA/I 1 /I.ale which earned at least ISO r I
/.a. MM I f; MM. waiting at the Treasury for you you New Building ConstructionRepairs 'I
e to claim If you can check off at least half SELF CLEANING I I
and Additions Under F.1I.A.
the aquarea, you and your famiij 1
I Y.w.. d M ...s.eall eIaM! IMII ..M1.... from' Stevenaon'a the Baltimore article Sunday condenaed Sun, I are. entitled to some protection Ventilated Awning Shutters ,
M.Nk II. ISIf |Ml "(fir.MnMM4 a for life"It
I rlotMa/ ;": (Ufar Uw Ml points out that ever alnce' 1937 i\
M.rck. L ins, taxes shared by employer and I you retire. from your Job at We colt It "controllidchalking"

employee hive been levied on the 61 and start your own builnr-. eeI ': . this
wage of mOlt Americana This I you are till eligible for benefitsao highly
The Path Along the Track money It to provide family bene long ai you are out of Insured detiroble chorocterlilk George N. McHugh ConVactor
fits If the wag earner retires at ,employment You may work at a ,
By Annie Mayhew DUpilrkk 08, or when he dies at any age I'your own famines or any other of good owhlde point
When I walk down that lonely The only uninsured work la Kit- uninsured Job. If later you resumean thaI allows surface par. BISCATNE DRIVE TEL. HOMESTEAD tis..
,pith employment, agriculture govern Insured occupation, you fort',:!) I : t
liNt I walk with God, ticlet to powder gradually ,
Ado) that thought gives my spirit' n0"'
rrer 'P tJ! and wash off In
1 wings/ Pa 'Pa tt
Thpugh wearily plod>> Lite the rain, taking the dirt
FRYERS 38c Ib. PURE .
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RICHER' with them
t Ii i i It'. wonderful to haw the time Weight ilong
To walk about and find'j' OIL AND TilE MarbicTer '
The thins. there arc. to pleasure Dressed while yea walL AIM Durku liens, Tuikr>>. LINSEED NEW .
SHOWS YOU HOW TO
Insflout Print Rail tin eath. tnAtnUM
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Nature: Tliul which Green's Poultry FarmPhone SAVE ? 50% -, -- :; I'It1CES ' \
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{,,' trlan when you're driving and III l ,
the driver when YOU are a poditrlan 590-W Richard Road and Waldin Drive)
Quality in paint U much matter of precise
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,t "IT HAPPENS EV R.DAY( t' .* PLOTNER I AND SEED COSTS you do better to always insist on Davis I) of Haiti- Let us give you an estimate on the
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, '. Mr. W. T. McConnell Jr Mlas Fay Caplinger of Ormond her to attend the Miami-Florida\ Mrs J. K. Nissan of Homell N 11 Friday New -. 1W LKAftR-T NTERPRl8E--b I]
. ti' spent last week In Sarasota a* Hewn l h apeiKUnc the, Thanksgiving football gaan Y.. and sun Feel, mere! guests laat __ __u___
guest of her patent. Mr. and holiday here with let week of Mr and Mr. Dm B.Fwrtyna : 1
CVMwvln Mr T. A. Hofeoaah expect. to Md Mn Carrie B. QauMIM Mn C f Craves and daughter, Mr and Mn C. F Waldron and
Mrs Ernest Smith & Saturday .parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. .
In and Jlround : B, B. and the Bryan. cult apendlni the '
Mr. McConnell ai* Mr and Mr. .nnaec. have Ma week-end' for her MM tws Mn Bryan am in mo
children Becky\ and Eugene, arrived Thniikxi\ In Inlay* with reta1 -
Harry Martto wed to Sarasota. to to Ore.vJsi+, Utah, aft* a Wt. UK
accompany Mrs McConneU horn. Callahan two.ill t hen will her bwN.ar-.tetaw and VMM LM .-- has Wednesday. night from lives in. AiTHilm,
son of Mr. and Mrs Frank. C>taM *.eater ..... Md MM. X. S. cap- been III of flu HO weak Mount Olive, N. C. to visit MrsOravee' % .-- i
Robert Graves, and Mr. nod Mrs Walter BenU areopen.I'K
-I Homestead .linitr.Mr. ion
: Mill Barbara INn Smith and nan of Piscine, ha "been faunMQhome
Mr.. and MM Albert Barker al !\ the Thanksgiving holidays
her roommate, Mlai Virginia Davis from Jackson Memorial Mr. and MM. W. F. Craft and
of Tennessee, arrived from Jehn Hospital In Miami where lie WM Mid Mrs E. H. Anrtin Mid chUdren have Mm from. Cullan be Barker hens' in Kort Myen with Mn
J! B. Stetson University to spend the a medical 1 patient ahikt"", Jb11 u. Silly and! AIM Ala., to MUM their borne Denise; mother: and. sister, Mrs.Wilson .
r returned Balwday to their ham ...... Newcomerhers are Mr. and Cralle and Mlsa CornellaCralle .
Dr. and Mrs. Jo. M. Burton of I Mr. and Mr*. O. 1. Himmel. ThanltnlvUif holidays here with in West Poke Beech after a rMt Mr*. Bradford Mi-Cullough: of Virginia Mr. Reno returned home
Mia Smith* Mr. and Weekend haw .uet* of Mr.
Homestead returned home early heber of Coral Gables have bought Mrs A. D. Sml'parent", and Mrs John Fredrick. were Mr. her with M.... Anstin'i parents, Mr and M.... C M McOtnnli and lhrce-monlh-old son early I this week after a volt in
this week after attending the annual a grove horn on Malnlla dr. Fredrick' brother-in-law andstater Mr. and Mr. B. A. Stafford While and Mr. John Han-taw and ion. who are living on Kings Highway Fort M\era and Lnktt.ndFitzpatrick's
Southern Medkal Association where they will make their home Mr. and Mr*. 3 Boehm have Mr. and Mrs. J. P Power her. Mr. and Mr* AiwUn **. Dennis, arrived this week (teen
convention at the Netherland after they tell out, their Coral returned from Verbank, N. V. to of Gainesville and daughter, raped unhurt In an automobile Crow, N. C. to peed the winter
Plaza Hotel 10 Cincinnati, Nov. Cables business. A* an employee collision near South MUml. here. Mr. and M... MoQuiiil are
spend the winter at their Redland Candy. Mr. and Mr*. rower came Fine Furniture
14t.17.Sgt. of a ,Greater Mr. Himmelheber Miami lumber designed company borne. ...................... .......-.... the parent,. of R. O Mcdlnnis ofHameeleed.
Mr. and Mn. Mtrvln Dyer and MM! Johnnie McOlnnl -
Wm. t. Newcomb of Home the paneling of the pulpit, rostrum Mr. O. W.--ro-Calking 1 II recover JAMES ARCHER SMITH Infant son are making their horn daughter of Mr. sand Mrs R. Custom Built of Mahogany and Other WoodsCablset I

stead has been transferred to and cholrloft: of the new. bog from an attack of nu. ........llOSriTAL..............NEWS..no..no0Sore at 1M 8. E. Second av*. Mr. D. McGinn., U ill this week at Work .'bale Caning ReflnUblngCor .
Cherry Point, N. C., after two building of the First Methodist Dyer li employed H co-pilot b11 the McGlnnli; hone on K. Cunip- I Blucayhe Dr RfdUod Rd. rhesie ....,
year with the Marina Air Corp Church of Homestead National Airline bell dr
John Chandler, freshman at
i In the Pacific. To Mr. and Mr. Roy LrDoyrn
University of Florida, I.I spending
Mr and Mrs. Harry H. Oooda his of homestead a daughter on No,..
the holiday with parent,
Mr. end Mrs. S. L. West of win ion, Harry, are holiday ! Mr. and Mrs S. Chandler. 11.
Roy
Atlanta mar resident of Homestead guest of Mrs t.c I To Mr. and Mrs Emefto Contain AlIlIOll.lIcillfl the tcontlwfnl

art house guests of theirlUD.tnllw .on-In-law and daughter Mr. and Mr. and lire: A, F. Barber Ir.. of Redland, a ion on Nov.\
and daughter, Mr and Mrs Henry Pridgen. The family Of Hendersonvlll and con, Oreg.ory 18 1
Mrs Dexter Home. To Mr. and Mrs Jack Corbettof
U pending the holiday at the arrived Wednesday night to
Prldgen cottage on Conch Key spend the holiday here with Mrs.Blrber' Naranja t a son on Nov. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. E M. Llnderme To Mr and Mrs. Welby Yarwey NEW
Mr and Mrs E.
parents
'ilr Shaker Heights, 0., returned Mr and Mr. T. Paul Haley J. Dyal of Homestead, a ton on Nov. to 'OjJTTIIIC!
home Monday after a visit here hive moved from Biscayne dr.
with Mr. and Mrs E. J. Morrlstey.Mr. to their new home at 140 N. E Mr. and Mrs R. R. Mueller of Medical pattaft Kenneth,
Smith of Homestead and Rud
Llnderme who U presidentof 18lh at.
Forest Hills, H.' Y., left Tuesday
Llnderme Tube Co., and Mri I after a visit here at the home ofMr Krugtr of Naranja.
Und rme expect to return her Mrs Lloyd DelU' has been 111 } and Mrs Adrian Jacobs; Mr Surgery patients-Hugh Sherrj
for another visit after the Thanks.glving at her home In Florid City this and Mrs. Jacob and Mr. and Mrs of Homestead and Robert Thomaior r '

I holidays. week A. F, Arthur expect: to spend the Miami
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In the wedding of Miss Katherine FREEHurricane
; Ann Godwin to Jacob Eugene
Fletcher Miss Woodson and Miss
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Mill Joan Seymour of Palmetto 3oeminent Aleut for Ball I
U a house guest of Mr. and Mrs of Charill.Ovcrseas .
fGive me health and a day and I nil S. L. Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs II
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wit Ralph Waldo Emerson'a terse but eloquent Tackle ShopS I h

opinion of the value of health. The Henson Electric Has I Krome Ave. td Parettl

vibrant,glowing health of which he speak Philco Appliances) 1

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Welcome la honor of the fcUw wedding roust of tavatal, winters in Homostead .
riM out Mr D. in call Mr, and Mn ttavk
anniversary' erf Mr. and *
D0fll. I.$ SINGLETON: TALMADGE HURKETT O R Burkett. Mr. and Mrs. C. R CHAMPNEY-GAUWA\"' 'Y RITES TAKE PLACE the .pre.. .. are ache* memberi of First Bap. .
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WEDDED IN NEW J1ETIIODIST CHURCH Mn Singleton Clyde, Mr.Bowden. Wm.,Walnwrlcht Mn Kurt. ,, SATURDAY AFTERNCMr )ON IN GESU RECTORY ered terpiece on : an open .hovel to be bald' from. Ito daughter tilt. Church. Mr Thty*. Lett have and the twgranddaughter odd. ..

Sehneld, Mrs.. Roe Johnson, Miss presented' I o'clock Sunday iftfRiopn at t *. Mtaae Dell and"-
,,1ei..11orIt Emily Singleton,, harmonizing tint Teal blue were Grace Ygartua, Jacqueline Brook ... Geraldine Gadway an I detIn&ed With I'ertiftl meets of the home of Mr and Mrs.. avy'eoninlaw Ann LotL' .
daughfri' of Mr. and N..... Albert the gown of Mrs Bowden, who er, Jimmy Rhodes' Douglas and thomas Champney, both of Home,Ill I *of tiny button. fronds and daughter Mr: andMrs. --
If. Singleton of Coconut Palm dr.,, flower were pink chryanthe Dwight Singleton and the hot and steed. were united In mirrlaae. a t I The matron of honor WON ain room Ninth. Virgo itMr. Loft, it 4M N. W FLAMINGO ITAlY ,'.
became Die bride of Talmadge Dt mum and Miss Gaby, whoee flow,, hMle. **. I o'clock Saturday afternoon 'teal \blue suit brawn accessories Price In SPONSORS DANCE:
Wit Burkttt eon of Mr and MnOrrif .. en wen white chrysanthemums, A shower for the bride was the rectory of Oeiu Cathoili r and a corsage/ of pink carnation Mr.*. D Devil and the former HIM The staff of, the flamingo '
Mr. Wainwright wore a rose Church in Miami The Barbara Make were married In Homestead High School annual, '
R. BurXett of Bauer dr., al given Saturday evening by the eeremonj P Mary and Joan Oadway more Neabey
130 Wednesday evening In Tint t gown and yellow chryunthe Woman'i Auxiliary of Bt John'i was performed by the Rev A. J. Identical frock of ahadow organdy fruit cake, Itat In Johnson City Ill, where sponsored a dince. for high school .
Methodist Church of Ilomeiletd mums, and bliss Ygartua, a gold EplMopal Church at the home of Ionic, S. J., before an Improvise!I In yellow and pink with arrvedPment. hey made their home Until mov pupils Thursday evening In the .
The double ring ceremony, performed gown and bronze chryianlhemum Mn Frank W Stlllmin. M..... Herbert altar decorated with arrang ernenttof matching ribbon In their hair Inc here la 111 They spent the Sacred Heart Clubhouse. .

bjf the Rev J. II:. Jenkins I Pool and Mr. Abbott knitted white gladioli. After I honeymoon trip within Boned, .
pastor, Oral the first marriage to The little flower girl In a Mrs.. etillmin In entertaining, and Mr. and Mn S. J. Lynch ol(r the elate, Mr. and Mr. Champ Iff, fire t r
tie solemnized In the new edifice, length ruffled pink taffeta. M.... C J. Parman presided at the Homestead were belt man and matron . nay will be at home at $20 N W. Traynor, . ,
The church was Illuminated wore I halo and a wristlet of refreshment table Present, be. of honor MI I I Olivia, Second ave. Louie> '
by noor.1 ,
the soft glow of 75 white cathe pompon and scattered pink rid** those mentioned wen Mrs.Henry organist played nuptial mush ai',I The bride I Ia I daughter orIii rli, Mn Overseas Transp. Co./i iI
dral tapert-three In each window petal from a pink and blue Cnwdion Mri. Henry well a* accompaniment for thi Iii Mr. A. M. Terry of Merrlmac, Either .
and the others In white basket The ring bearer Brooker, Jr., Mrs.. Robert O bride' children, Mary, Joan and I Mass. She I.i I member of'I nerly, Mn. I
the he., Brown Mr. ROM Johnson, Mrs, John Gadway, who sang th e'1 I I .
candelabra on each side of the rings on a .ahaptd whit Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Julian I >r>
p altar The altar was decorated latin pillow, I Frank Hauimaa, Nfl Jack deny l Kyrie, Sanctua, Benedlctu and: South Dade Garden Club, and O'Neil, M..... \
with basket arrangement of Purple orchid formed the Mn. A. H. Singleton Mrs. Edith the Agoui Del from Leonard l,'I James Archer Smith Hospital Sylvia ,
white\ chrysanthemum. and gladioli eoriage of the bride' mother Taylor, Mn Oeo N, Wakefleld Mail In F Auxiliary and the I I. a hostess for Mrs. '
gamut' l background of who wore navy blue crepe and ...... A. E. White, WIt Catharine: The bride wore a Milt ol: the Welcome Wagon Service in Roberts,, :: Daily Freight Service :
+ petted.palmi, Broad white eels ace with black accessories, and Mann, MI.* Mary Jackson and dusty rose wool v brdlne, navy the Homestead Mn. Coo :
ribbon end bouquets of chryianthemuml the bridegroom' mother who Ml* Virginia" II..*. Gift were blue accessories and a corsage or I Mr e'r'a; : eon of Mr art Chafer, t ,;
and gladioli marked the won I taupe ensemble with sent by Mrs. Carrie B. Cauten I orchid The suit wi fashioned and Mr. George M. Champneyof Ernest: '"
l pew.- '. matching acceworle and Mr. W. J. Clark. with fitted waist and flclital Bedford, Mail He was edu. Mrs. panUn n

Miss ,,Ardcl Parman, organist, I Whit chrysanthemum and tiled at Lexington (M....) High Ollva. .
played a program of nuptial mu. white taper In crystal candela.I COLLEEN HENDERSHOT TO BECOME DRIVE School; and the State School of
ale a*,.f II ai accompaniment for bra> were used for decoration of Agriculture at Randolph Center, HOMESTEADMIAMI
Mr. Awi. Foulk who sang "0 the Singleton home for the reception .: OF EUGENE BAILEY HERE DECEMBER 2 Vt. A veteran of more than three
Perfect Love". and The Lord A three-tier white wedding . year of service, he received basic N. Ee
Prayer." cake, embossed In white and Mr. and Mrs. Ford Ihndenhot en, Earl and Glenn Hendenhot, raining In tank destroyers and
The.bPld" Will given In marriageby liver In rove and wedding bell of Silver Palm dr.. an announcing will be best man and groomsman, served oversea In the Und Air KEY WESTAnd
her ..father. Mn Clyde Bow. design' centered the bride' table the engagement and approaching and small Leon llcndershot. will borne Divlilon. For the part two It S.
den wiv matron of honor; Mrs which was laid with a hand-mde marriage of their daughter, Col. be rlngbeirer. can he was employed by Eastern
MargareGaby, meld of honor, linen cloth teen to Eugene Bailey, eon of Mr. Mia Hendenhot wi gndu- State Farmer Exchange of W
Mr. Wm. Wilnwrlght brldwma Mrs F. J. Myer and Mrs Har and Mr. Chryital Bailey of Port abed from Yale High School In
Iron; jmd Mil Grace Ygarlua, old D Ftylor poured punch, and Huron Mich The Rev, Frank L. Port Huron where her parent Other e ,
brldeimald Dot man was Nor. Mn, Norman Barry, a liter of Livery, pastor, will perform the resided till they moved to Home dilfrtW1truly "
man Barry, a brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and Mr* Albert double ring ceremony at 4:30 Frl steed last aummer She I I. em. I "iy
the bridegroom, Ushers wen O Caves served the cake Mill Mary day afternoon Dee X, In Home- ployed by Florida Gas Corpora. fresh from Candy kitchen Points: on Florida Keys
L, Burkett a brother-in-law of McNeill presided at the gift stead Presbyterian Church' lion In Miami. on
the bridegroom, Carleton Singleton tablet, and Mr.. Carleton S. Bin The bride will be given In mr Mr.,Bailey moved here recently at .
brother of the bride, and fleton kept the bride' book. rlage by her father and attendedby from Port Huron and I* now employed 1gCChocolacs
Warren Morrl For their honeymoon trip with. a alata-In.haw, Mr.*. Glenn by Gould Auto Supply I''
Little Jacqueline Brooker, In the lisle, the bride wore I deep Hendenhot matron of honor, and During the war, he served four
daughter.of Mr and Mr. Henry blue gabardine lull with navy a sister. Miss iris Hendenhot yean In the navy a* a petty officer Phone 365-W
Brooker?7r., was flower girl I. and blue accessories and a while or. maid of honor. The bride' broth second clew
Jimmy Rhode, IOn of Mr. and chid rora'lIe Upon their return for Pick-up ServicePhone
Mrs Jpelmar\ Rhmlci,, was ring the newlywed will be at homeIn TED BASS OF RODEO FAME WEDDED
bearer, the F. J. Six apartment on Coconut I I
The bride wn radiant In I Palm dr. HERE ON SATURDAY TO UAVIE GIRL of
gown/ of white dipper satin Inl n!* The bride was graduated In .-. //f! with
loved with molded bodice filled 1 184T from Redland High School Mid Juliet Lincoln end Ted3u and John Dewey Rehbcln, and > Maaonlo
aleevri ending In a point at the when the took a prominent part of Davie united ... 33615
I were In John David and Robert Flllott Mada Iron rlgliwl .el.. *YMaitM .
vrlht'an., d' long full In glee club and other musical
skirt which marriage by the Rev. J G Jen After a honeymoon here at the Conrfymakml I pieces l I I. Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North River Dr.
iwept Into a cathedral train. A activities She has been employed
tins, pastor of First Methodist Elliott home, the newlyweds have 20 tftllgliHvl vwltllM. rice I III
Clones coronet of aeedprarli and rhine al a bookkeeper at Drooker Church, at S o'clock Saturday afternoon returned to Davie, where the fun braes sad steam, lapel'Iba.. USE
held In plure her full- Lumber Co In the parsonage, Bed bridegroom Ia foreman .
length niuiion of the crop null .4 anus goodie.. .
veil which The bridegroom was educated .
was man and matron of honor wen Smith cattle ranch Mr. Ban was -------- -- -- -- --- -- -
edged/ with Imported lure She in Clewliton and served six and Dr. and Mrs R J. Elliott of (Homeiteid announcer and coordinator for
wore pearl earring, a gift of the a half year In the navy He I I. the Armistice Day rodeo I : I lit. too, }OO
bridegroom and employed In the Cutler of inon
plant
an heirloom The bride wore an aqua alpaca eared hen by the Hdmeilead enl" .. .
pearl ncrkloce and the Florida Light and Power Co. It lOX "
carried a
cult whit ihlrred
a nylon blouse Elks Club THE SENSATIONAL
white prujerbuok" topped with aahover and other . .
Mr. and Mn A. H Singleton accessorize of black. -
bouquet of orchid. and Her' fashioned Mil MOW it Id. e7P"l rfr*| ..Ui. .
entertained the wedding corsage wa of
Ullei-eMbe-valley.. party .N{ IM ATTEND ELK| CLUB'S .
Thirfde'i{ a buffet supper Sunday'evening pink carnation Her matron of 'HOLIDAY DINNER DANCE ,:,' :&
attendant won after reheanaL Pompon and honor wore a gray China** print DIXIE WstiJ1dl1o sew
Jullt'l't'apt and gowns of moire gladioli In fall colon were uaed ilk frock with black acceieortei. I One hundred fifty friend and In'J. _
taffeta made with Killoped neck. for decoration. Present! In addition After the ceremony, Dr. and members ot Homestead Elk Club '
1, C line .hart.tealloped sleeves. ntted to the bridal couple, were the Mrs. Elliott entertained at a wed I enjoyed a ladle*,' night card party :I: DRUG / rf
bodice. and full flow-length RV, and Mr. J. < Jenklaa Mr.. dlrufc aupiier--.t 4he CllloH Home aid dance Monday night In the a'i'' .. ., ,, . \'_" ., .. ;bin ,; \ ..
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iklrt :They carried muff of and Mn Warren Morris, Mr. and on Newton sal Present, beildeiIn clubroom A. Thanksgiving turkey I Your Friendly ana Store'
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A nmchlfUJaffeu! centered with| Mn, Oelmar Rhodes, Mr, and Mn bridal party, were Dr. and dinner was served buffet rhone It We Deliver
bouquet of chrysanthemums In Henry Brooker Jr.. Mr. and Mr*.' MM J. W., Rehbeln,.. Penny. Lee styli, O RY T
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.-., e'lu. Our distinctively styled furnishings are bound aid SOAP. The "eIldDboeat li the ONLY CtoihMlDtytx Y
tbM shuts of AUTOMATICALLY'
to please that man of )'ours-for. they are .the wkea clothes an dry or iuM right (o*

\. t gifts he would select for himself Stop in today NO ,.I..i.II.-. IroeJ.g. .. :.. ?
unbl. . lN son..1 .
'' Cloihiri while stocks are large and you have the widest ntrnr.
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choice. Avoid the last-minute Christmas rush.
t ,rte- r tb* Swl4* MOM WOKK er W1ATHIRWORIUEi '
5 We're open from 8 a.m. to $:30 p.m. ia < . .J
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Van Hcusen ShirtsFlorshe.m 'tedejr lot an actvoj: damonilraiion;
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real Western cults under

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f Jim Sharp Clothiersr. :; : f V.

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Nor It err, on Bauer Or 1MB en PADITING and DECORATING.
q, EJt.I ANNrmSARIE MAREZDAl :
25.1"1 nw THAMJHHVIK4 IHUW.Mof _- r A JTM_ ten.l tptDQBL.dsM MaLuIt
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H'Y PARTY OF FRJENDSI CLUB Ifhe' twenbadMh" ahmne I CLASSIFlElfADVERTlSINr near Bauer dr BNO. J M. BeueiRt '. '

RELII Mr CHEVROLET/ I.I BM ....., rlemeU4,. Fit Rtwdlh and -
SUNDAY AT A. W. LINDGREN and Mrs J. R. Byrum of' )e e ry repaifIng.
JlOIEI
Homeeteed and the birthday annlvenary I I lie O ... (pdt) . All. \ work guaranteed !NeilkH '
I R ..... Phone I1B. (eU-tt)II
Mr. and Mrs A. W Llndgren Jean Thompson Dunne, Annette' of their' daughter Mr*. r
i S-bedrooaii: CM home an large >-
word .h_.. SusMley afternoon" n and Rebecca Rivera. Mary Lee Jimmle Wiggins, was celebrated Immediate Service lot, fireplace, den, knotty pine
aMMl TaHlV'" N Brawer Viler broodera,, automatic We buy. cell a4 trade guns and

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patty Coiburn Turner. LynntKayajM e' a family Thankeglvlne; dinnerThursday welt lane kI....... laustdry pMob. ef all kinds Neil., 15 1i.Kea. .
ta.- of lilt m atb.r. N Bo**. War* Md Larry at the Miami home' of of Thanks heat control $tt each room. Price .T.... Tame. oU-tt I
Card .
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RodUnd tyfndaiup dinner, Club. A fried Martin, Jimmy" Tlvomp w, Jtnvmjr Mr and Mr.*. Wiggins AIM pne.t Rease&able prices ...... ........................... Phone MT (1I1I.tlt) RM ECHOE JORDAN
nMfkea ww served on CoIaD4, the boat Mdbesteet eat the dinner\ were Joe and Registered, Breker 1%. TM-J.
table* Wad eq the Undgre Homer Byrura of Homestead. Owne to ,. my ..at......... BegenlM nemaatad Ole.. Co..-OUa tot
Inn Outdoor umea w ra played Qualify Workmanship Year kind expreeaUM a* sympathy ., emus planU (eepeetoByCkriatmu all purpoeaa. We "e iteej ea**
Presrat Was Mrs end Mr.*. H .la deeply appreciated and cactus). avltanaa ce- gluing and Shard of atj. lypta,

0. Rogers. Mr end Mrs I R. MRS JOHN RAY EAKER COMPLIMENTED I gna MRS.3 G PHIWPS kook Mn. Maud Chandler, Mlvcr NICELY FURNISHED: 4 ed. M| N. ICrome. Phone ITi.DOBRB .
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Adam Mr. end Mr*. Albert WITII SHOWER AT A E. CAM IELL HOME ii J R BYRUM j AND FAMILtFor Palm dr and house welt of Tenn- reorn home, eonvenlenr to
CempbtlL Mr and Mr. Raymond ENGINE OYERlUCt e
i Grter livers, Mr Mr,and and Mr Mrs.*. L S.Dene ton Mrs John Ray Raker waa com Preaent besides those 'mentioned o .. _..... --..._. M I ear* with menjr large, Not faster, not cheaper, but|
Dferry BUVIC SANDING and FINISH1NQ better. Ruth Halrd.rtaaIAIltudiat
berry, Mr. and Mrs. David Col. pUmented wit I answer on were Mrs T O. Jonea, BUD Exchange BEARING AVOCADO, mlarellanrowi -
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0MOTOR ............ Install ok and pine! floora fruita and ahruba. Phone 181 last)
bum, ..,. and Mrs C, J. Turner, Thursday evening after a bualneia Mra. Ruuttl Eeker Mra Fred 'TUNR.CP ................ asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum
There Is also a nice GUEST
Hendrick. Mra. Eve Bally, Mrs.D.
Mr* JJUn gem, Mrs. Walker meeting of the Gleanen of FlretBaptlrt Day pJam.wl nifibla II7-W
;I&Iaf\ln Mr*. D. & Thompson, Church at the home of H. Delllnger Jr4 Mrs. A. A. 1 For trade for Income property In COTTAGE. AU this for pill, HARDEN Hauling, landeeaptng,
Buaeey, Mrs A. E Paul Mra. FRONT END AUOKMEVT frontage, II.SOO-TERMS! topaoll, potting roll rend, rack
,Mr* Lyiue Haynes, Mil Jsne Mrs A. R. CampbelL Hoeteaaeawert Miami, 150 ft highway i> avatlableat
RCAUTIFUI. ORCiqni<
JThomeeoa, MlM Dottl. Forman, Mrs Campbell, Mrs Chaa.Roberteon Rudy Simpson, Mrs Virgil Sprln. o with two-bedroom frame house, ML Ph. ....a. Write Rt t, Ba14A. .
all &1 Homestead Floral
FAJNTPIOI PLEASE let ahow this>
ui you .
kle Mrs John Abernathy, Mrs. J all llomeetead.QROVR
apt
Ann furnished
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Allnde Undgreri, Nancy Mrs Lyman Vfilllama duple with .
N W 4th
and Gift Shoppe,, Ill at. outstanding S-bedroom. l-batb
H. Harvey, Mrs H. a Hell, Mra.Wra. Mra. Eva
'lariine1 and Barbara Oran Sue1f9rRI4T'iAI and Mrs, JL n McOlnnla.Arrangementa convenience See owner,
Neeley, Mrs James H. Bob ODT AND FENDER Federal Highway and and lIft Shoppe, all N. W. 2nd home In OUTSTANDING LOCATION -
of wKlte pompons REPAIR Oolllna av* (alit) The home bal many MOWING Carl CndUch.Rt ,
erta Jr Mrs L. K. Bishop, Jr.,
1 dr it ModtlU, Ng phone
Biscayne Box te8 olj
1, Homestead
our SALE were Used for decoration of the D Kldom-found extra* and there
Mra A U Unler Mrs Howard
MT JST PHURCH CROUP memo The gifts were placed In. Seata" ( ,, Mra. C D. Esker, Mrs JUT coma) c.lla. (flU) ......... .................. ..... I II also a tenant house on the Letchworth place JCingl Jiwy.)

:' 1 J Gift tproiu. handiwork, and I pink and blue decorated baby Marines Stalling Mrs Ralph IVrHOLITERING F... .....r9'...... ..... ... ,... For Silc-K Estate tract which has about Phone BT-X.W (f4tf)
}aked good will U featured at a carriage for presentation ta the tallinga W.... Fred Arrant, Mra.Dewey ..... _...4 ............. ,. IS pens In EXCELLENT:
Rent
fchrlelwM |gift! hisser to be held honor gueatConteat For t. to t BEARING AVOCADOS This FLOOR SANDING and FINISH
Leonhirit. Mra. EdwBarnea ...................................
.from J JO a m to | p. m, Saturday, prlaee. were weq by and U.... Lewis Barrett UNDERCOATINGrORCRLMNIZINa 4 Bee, i bf Jennit LobdeU Circle Mrs C 0, Robertson, Mrs Grover )Juit weal N. W. of lit ave Price NISHCD and the grove provide I a.phalt and rubber tile, linoleum,
Gift sent by Mr Hugh .
W First Methodist Church itSHorouttad K....., and Mra. Howard Jonea, Eaiter .were..... Bruce L. Balchalor, For rent: FURNISHED, oom_ $!\UX>, at terms of $10 down and SPLENDID INCOME. A Dey ph. 811-W; night 1IT-W
Ipau ana Agency |Irk and the door prlia wai won by "Mra. Edwin Lawrence "". Her o apt.. season or year. NQ chit.diva $10 month. Mr, fjchtenberg, TilConjWM STEAL at ,500-Termi
Ph. BSI-W (nil)
McCrory Arcade Mrs Tuck fleas LDBEICATIOKGZNERAI9REPLIES
old Lumpkln, Mrs Ben F. !King, Building, Miami. Phone WE DO raUabU watek" repairing.
Mrs n. A Am.n. Mrs ,u n 2-0463 (nJS) HOW ABOUT THIS :29 acre Woeda Jewelry' MrCrory Ar
Delllnger. W.... Virgil Loll Mrs. For rent: Room for man. Ph with 8 of plneland and It acres cade. (alit)
GenuineBuickPonliac ] Mra. Richard 0 MB-R. (n 3)) Of l.-ycar-old BEARING
A. WOOII-, Car 10 ACRES very deep marl on
penter, Mra. Ted Beam, Mr R. A COMPLETE BCMTEETOiBCMFER Furnished cabin for lilt aide of Tenn. rd MO ft. LIMES ((14 l-tncn welD). fit- IP YOU HAW anything te art
,Eaker, Mrs. Kern Esker, MrsIda aERVICX For rent: BOO la the total\ / price!
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0 middle-aged\ couple Cell after north of Palm ave, $3 pw acre ar It you; need 1111b1ftat
Abaher Mra. David Carpenter year. 1''Mr I..... 1120 8. W the We maw
BUDGET PLAN IF DESIRED Sunday Chat. Sullivan', Ph.\ II per 1-bedroom CBS home Urge Swap Shop buy
on
Mra Fred JenIn Mrs A.D lit at, Miami (nJ5))
( In good condition
PAT A' TOU PEIYR. (poll) reset storey
lot outside city. Occupied: but
McGlnnla
I'arUService Fogle, Jr. Mrs M. E. Ice boxes, ale The Swap shoe
Mra.. Irwin Morris and Mra WRECKER: BERTICR Small furnished apartments for Furnished S-bedroom home plus BUY not quite at 13,5001 complete/ GOOD n" 8. Flagler Aver Homeateed., '
I A. D. Smith. o rent Quell Roost Rd K. Holler I apt, plus sleeping | Phone "'
mann. phone !'err I". JB44 (pnSS screened porches on tr.his: by
TO SHOW LOCAL FILMS SO acre on the Eai( Glade at
a All Makes AT CHURCH BAZAAR U"Il1'' 200 ft Near ithool. Fruit treet the unbelievable price of We buy old gold Teeth old rings,
I Movies of Redland and Home Bird Chevrolet Co For rent: Cottage for 2, tropical planting Extra storage 10000. watches, etc Nell's, IS S. Krom.
May 1, $425!!. Call at S2> N. W building. Price $1985.! $2.00 Phone 111. (ol4-tf)
W stead actlvltle, taken and shows
I Cars 2nd .... ((0105.1)), down, balance termsSee FOR\ COMPLETE REAL
by Jack Levy, will provide entertainment W N. Erema Ave I JORDAN
at the W. S. C. S I ECHOE ESTATE SERVICE see Floor Sanding and flelaWll&
Expert.Cactory.tralned Homestead, Fla.
Ready for Bent-1 email stores or I Registered Broker Ph 7O-J
held Fri. and till'
Christmas bases to be I Asphalt rubber Phone
office .
Phone II
In Le.der-Inlerprl. RICIIARD FUCHSRegl.terod.Brok.r
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day evening, Dec. t, In Redland I II7-W. (mcMU)
Community Churrh.Bau.r building, cor Krome and FUgl r bedroom houae, large corner
Mechanics 22 Years With -moil prominent location in lot B80 dawn, balance like or John II. Hale, Salesman
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chairmen, appointedby
ALEX LANIER for veil
SEE
lit Homertead Unsurpassed location rent FHA mortfane Immediate
Mr*. Chas Ennli, president, N. Federal l|.' Corner Krome
for real elate dealer, lawyer, poueaaion. 1333 N. W. lit ave, IMI y. drilling ave
at a recent meeting at the church doctor, etc Apply Leader-Enter llomeilead Ph. ?B2. (Melt) Ph :21S-J or 7M-W, and NE.: 10th at. Phone B51-W.
Paint and Body are Mrs. M A, Baker food chair prlieI PA Box 18:1:

man, Mra.. Grifg gift! chairman, 4u ,.............. .... ..A._
Work and Mra Joe. W. Lowe, program Livable but not completed l-bed- Member" of Chamber
chairman.Mr 1 acre .food farm Und Edgar room C. B house. 13400 Terms. of Commerce Wanted t

Martin R Davie and Mrs. Barber, RU 1, Box II. Bedland New CBS! living, dining, kitchen, t... .....M!.................w
UpholsteryFurniture rd. south of Mowry. '
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Mra. A. C. Eaton conducted: a I 2 bedrooma bath 1 porches,
worship and study program, and large car porte Fruit trees, etc t-BEDRCOM CBS HOME on a
and Ice Mrs. John Orlgga was program Room and board, $11 wk. Ph. Choice 100' location' ,, Exceptionallywell acres near U, 8 I and Home Widow 42 wants place el com

Box Refinishing chairman. 103-R. (m20tf)I built!, exceptional buy, 11300, stead' ; enormuue porch Price panlnn to elderly peraon. P, 0.

Present!,, besides those mentioned Downitalra apt back screened I Terms 17,390, terms, Box ei, CoulJa. ((1I11.tI),
were Mra. John Rohrer, i See ECHOE JORDAN
Porcelainlzing entrance, share 100' Builneaa frontage<< with nice
private
Mra.. J. H. Wallace Mrs 0. M.. Try Us When You NeedA refrigerator porch |al atove. Mrs Maud : 1-bedroom home, turn kitchen I Rrglileretl Broker Ph. TOI-J Prlntor'a Apprentice: W.nled-

Brannon and the Rev. Martin R.Davla. Chandler, Silver Palm dr., 2nd and laundry Ruilneti and stock I Trade school graduate, two-thlrder

1j Haircut or house weat of Tenneuee rd. Ph. hlch neta $5XW( or better an.nually. ..,... -........................ or other young men who know
j WOMEN Shave 447-J>l. $18200, caih or ItrIJlN. No Misccllantous caao and wants to gain experience
See the CATHOLIC I phone Information. ,,...!_...,,a. md learn under competent fore
SLATE CARD PARTY Ralral ices ... ...... man Apply Leader Enterprise,
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I I A benefit card and games party Shave _...-. -. lee For Sale-Miscellaneous : ELEANOR rtOBCHER, Realtor Anyone knowing the whereabout ICrome and Flagler avenue,

/ 1950 Model\ Buick ( will Altar be Society given I Monday by Sacred evening Heart In I.......* (Medicated) Lef r. ..............-.. ."''''1 ItT S. Flagler Ph. 3UJI. of Leo Lourcey, please contacthla Homeiteed.

brother, J. ,C. Lousy, Mr.,
the clubhouse to raise funds for Facial Peek __. TSaMaaaace

: Now on Display Lincoln Memorial Hoapllal. Cake (stale) ___ -_ IS. RIte 0 and pup,.ARC German reglitered Shep-. IHternatlonal > South' Jacksonville/ ; .. te/y Port Imporlahl\.Office.JUi'k.&nvme"n. _I ,dumd-nv,. '".
i : and coffee will be eerved
Combination Facial ,_._ Tie champion. Mn. McEl I. It, MEYER\ (nll-23)) FLORENCE
At the aoclety'a annual Christme between Tenneiiee .
Sliver Palm
... roy
/ party for children of the Tess COMPLETE: REAL EETATESERVICE
(n25))
I and Krome rda
pariah In the clubhouse on Sunday Mustache Trim lieSfcampee RADIO &EPAIR-Dulck eervlM
Invite to Pf
\ Preston B. Bird Motor Co will All work guaranteed Priceireaaonalila. you
Santa Claui
Dec J8 (Plain) MeBUSH'S MONARCH BICYCLE S month Rjeme Ave. Robert J, Broolu stop for
distribute' gifuot candy from
nH .
old, $40 Ph. 143-R. ( )
Chrlitmai tree.Brooks. .1 Federal lUihwayri Robert rd., Jot north of Palm .
R. Ereme at Hh 81 PkeneW4BRANCORInc. rM City Drive, florid. City. Phone 634-W, Curb Service1111PM.Dilby :
Duo Therm oil heater with I ..
pctrU farm Slightly stead I2S
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J. A. KEU.EUFR :
Inca Frank Hellada, lUlnlm dr. Burr
BarberShop rd, Coulda. (pn25)) Sale Manager I a' :r.

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Oit, Cue DaD Good Lind H TABLE-TOP fie llabla Eipanol
ELECTRIC STOVE 170 ash OADDIS' SODA SHOP :
i .M.. after (n2t) Office Open Dally .
Ph. ''' p. In. lit N. Erne Ave.Leaaed 0
Oldest Completely .
Rock and Concrete Products Order your holiday turkeys now I III e
Equipped GroveCaretakers Deliveries to suit your conven ( U Floreneechnmacher "
lance. Live or dressed Webber'l << ) '

j Read ReekOnerete 0 Pea ReekBcreealnaa I enu..n.u.nu..o.n.n..o;: : ; Farm, Phone 757-R-4. (nll-tf) DcnJ.) Warren Morris\ 1 .

.l Reek 0 : *.*'.".. ... nn ".......... Registered Real ratite Broker
0 Concrete ,Block 0 Rock Fill f Foes .. .....fI.. ..tGLASSES GERT his tome cute 2-month-old
f DOBERMAN with their I have buyers for small tracts >> CITRUS '
I 1 pupa of glade land also buyer for BUD ED ,
141 N. E. 1st St, Miami, Fla salts clipped. Purebred but NO 100 A. potato lend. I AVOCADOS andMANGOS

We Deliver Anywhere p. o. BOX ii -'otoIr Air cea.U.dPHONE paperl Call Sill or 759W $11 "I I. ...... Ave Ph. Ill ;
I t .t l-SStl and $20 (nil)
HOMESTEAD, FLA sew.......................... 1 have buyer for smell tracta Ortamenlala all klnda.
.. POM TI-R For aalei I UU special de luxe LARGE UNFURNISHED
Chevrolet sedan with radio, houae, |110 mo, on yr, contract Public ilrlt 1 *4 lord irtch '
BRANCOR Inc: heater. I. L. iilckinson,110 N. W >nu. u an .ipr**lon :i/ GroveNURIERT
f. Ben,. W. Morris' oodwlll. want you u>receiveIhts Sunny
Electric Has 12m at, Ph. (10-J. (rll-U) )Imdy :buk.l of nuts If
Benson
Benson Electric flu you h n suet moved to tie
rliy I05ad- aM *
l m. BaANDINtUM, J*, PM.tun : HOTrOINTAPPLIANCES L and H electric! Ubl.-top range, bedroom home clove In on New =havo jiul* M"v>4le I Ml West ef rterUa CRy.
4k cotwcuva rtM-rm. L r eoeoow. BRock ..'- eM. Ilea Phil o Appliances tl 150. Mra. Flora Walker, Ph.512M. ,. paved road Completely fur a. MW 5. luM*4dn"kMnM*> wiuim' asses UMellr FHONE Mt.VTSIGNC

of (rllI.ll) nlihad, Including washing ma- 8l.....,. Tlwrtt nollilii 1I
Pit t on Redland ltd,'S: Mowry Ph. 419 PrlaehM. Ph. 11$ Princeton, Ph. 44S chins Price si,ses. IMS down, buy. Wtleomo". obln.tlon. loses. r
rear W.son HO.I.Mt
CONCERTI BLOCKS all (taea, balance $40 month. whoM phase to Stasis b*.
Jru e', Block Coy Naranja, Fla. IN ECHOE JORDAN .low ana arrwif te ronlve
Phone (71 Reglitered Broker Ph. 199-3 UwNaUla.Welcome. f'

'. Residential Commercial '


'Seminole Theatre Construction and Additions :I Mrs Geraldine Wagon Gadway j Herman Marks\

I ''.1 llemeetead
Ph, '
ROOFING COMPANY .
TWO SHOWS$ DAILTi 1 and I P.; M. Pk.. N. IRATORDAT GIFFEN I
Md SUNDAT eeatlnamu I tU IkAlalaelen I Free eaUmalea. IJoenaed and (Insured, ee
AJvltN Mrkt' tle| MaUNi (ttU I b .54.) IB*.
Gala,.. .*.. .... hi ten te lunl... 1/. (Tai a..I....&| noon of AU Types CROUSECabinet BURR .

," ". LLa'it' Times Today: "TUJ A" Bruce Batchelor Solar Water Heater. e

Sheet Ifttai Work Si hopi
SATVIDAT Nov .g-Denble rnt.re PrMram 166 NW. 18th St. Ph. 2(6-W
1'IALR' Building 81 Remodeling .
MONTE and ALL STAR CAST Ml Air Conditioning i

"SON OF (>'
JANET MARTIN WILLIAM WRIGHT I I- Fan Ventilation .

"KING OF THE GAMBLERS" Insulation /

PALM DR-1(ML WEST OF O. B.}
SUVDAT aad MONDAY. N... eT.haRICHAREJ s
.WIDMARK, LIONEL BARRYMORE. DEAN' FHA LOANSArranged Free EattaaetefAadreaa Phone, !I i28WlFUNERAL. /

STOCKWELL In FkeeieaUl nr

a "DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS"Addedi Arage Av*. 41151C.slo.b3e..Fkb i I
*A Celt ......*." QfUen. rathe Newa.TVESDAT tllSl ,

I and WRDNESDAT, Jr.... ".11 I 1 tA
MYRNA LaY FREDRIC MARCH DANA ANDREWS, Without Cost i
TlltiS WRIGHT VIRGINIA MAYO Ini' I TURNER"

I "THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES" I To You ? :.

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ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICE SLATED .ART CUTB TO MBT I" ", ,,,,, .GC,, """"""": 8-LKADBR.BNTERPR1SE Friday, Nov. 25, 1919 I

I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I SUNDAY BY NAKANJA EASTERN STAR I MONDAY NIGH

MrsKcVftelterd( / will speak Perrine turned from a three-monOi. vtslf I atives In Stanford recently!
Thi aanual. m..orW a.rvloa of and sseoc laM esnduefrer of painting and decorating turiSre with relatives In various parts of Dick Dunkelbuniri vou the
RADIO ARTISTS NerenJ Chafer ;;.the O,-'S:. S. A salad oawee and eeffee wen et next Monday night's By MR. JOHN W. CHAFH South Carolina. Leston Auxiliary turkey
. ENTERTAINERS GUEST I will be hid at 1 .'.. Sunday I- to the M tweees. *. milting of Homeetoed Art dub Mrs Bill Tyro and baby, Phillip Mrs Ma /arhry, James Huiz-
:AT CLUB'S BANQUETS FOR HUSBANDS afternoon .la the Maeenk Ml I ...Jhe .home of Mr art Mr.*. A.ft ...... rerrtne Me. Mil Of Savannah have been visitingat lip and Harry Kirkland left Nov
Mew Gladys Peters. worthy- matron rot tEOOUM *** W.... Haateasas will be Ibi home of Mr and Mrs P. U for a week s vacation, tn (;....r.
Surprise entertainment for the Mrs. CM Zachry, Vn. J. W. will have charge of MM I rot rouo PATIENT Mr*. Webb Mr. t, U. Head Mrs a tyre. .... Mr. Kirkland will slop off In
pedal program to which .the pub- A combination radio and record Frank Henderson and Miss Helen .R.noml I Valdosta while Mrs Zarhry and
Pen-In Woman' Club banquet Pryor, Mrs. M. T Hagen, Mrs I The Methodist W '.C.S. met t
tie If Invited. player was obtained last week for Ptt* Mr. Halxlip will go to EatontnnMr :
Brown, Mrs
for husbands of club member was Oeo. Pedersen Mrs. I with Mrs.' Julia Wyatt and Mrs
fumWied by Mill Billle O'Day John McKinslry, Mn r. L Tempter Th* tine officers of District M i Vaughn Tunnell Homestead polio fon exhibit of flfurlnei I It prom- Mrs A. 8 Brown Is tearing to Marks Monday. Mia. BInIieItrlt'IIland .*. Zachry plans to atop on tag
and entertainers... of Radio Station and Mr.. Robert N. Chafer were honored by the chapter\ on patient In Jackson Memorial H... MnL ? visit rotative .Is Tampa tWo week. Harry had charge of e program way to visit her daughter Mrs.,
WIOD. Special guess. at the annUli be prevented I case Of canned Nov 17 Quest were welcomedand : pltal through the effort of QrelaThree Mr. Brown 10 I still at tile Dade on Pakistan presented by A. M Davis of Lakeland .
banquet held Nov. II In the foods for herself and one for the Introduced by Mrs Jewel of the Women of Homestead STCrnEN: rOSTER CLUB Qounty HoaeMel l whore his con. Mrs.. Homer Hslillp Mrs.. John Mr and Mrs Jack Robaige, .i $
Perrlne Community House, were club DouUilt and Norton Peters, associate Presbyterian Church. Persons who HOLDS NOVEMBER: MEET: dillon U said to be Improving Dole Mr*. Yancy Blanton, and children Trudy and Johnny
1. MM! Bay, daughter of the famous Club representatives. at the recent matron. end associate patron, wish to give or lend records to slowly. Mrs. D. U Walker Others present Courtland N. T., are now timIn I
Nora s.,.. "Ipll," Msllants, district meeting in Homestead and Mrs. Oulda Hemmlnii and Mr. Tunnel] are asked to get in Stephen foster Junior Music Arthur Davis of Lakeland who were Mrs. Richard Lynn Mrs.. J. near Homestead but plan to make
radio commentator and newspaper I were Mrs. J. H. Hsldlp, HIM Marl Bashor, conductress touch with Mrs. Prescott Wood, Club Wit entertained at Its November visited at.the Homer Haltllp home S. Morley, Mrs. A. R. Reese. Mrs. perrln their horn. Mr. Robsrg,
columnist, and hag finance, I circle leader meeting at the home of recently, ..lth Jimmy Haltlip attended Ed. Mills, Mrs. Lois Treat and a bugler, was stationed at Richmond !-,
,I Mill Margaret Mellili.j STILLMAN\ SHOWS CLUB COLORED Potential members and visitors Mr and Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop by the Lakeland-Ft Louder- Mrs. Arthur Harris Table dec base during the war
j Entertainers accompanying Mist I FRANK I are Invited to meet with the circleat David rraldrlrhs. Miss Phyllis dale football game and the MI- oration carried out the program The Rev. Wm. F Kopelke' hoe,
I VACATION SNAPSHOTS I o'tloxk Thursday' night In the Dolts and Miss Maxine Walker, ami-Florida
O'Diy, WIOD woman' commentator ENLARGEMENTS OF game In the Orange theme. Lemon.meringus pie, hot received word that his mother-
education building Mrs. Bruno Plans were mad to meet againon BowL Other guest. at the Halxllp
wen Mary Grace, soprano, chocolate and coffee were served. Mrs Wm. F Kopelk, Sr.. broke
Eddie Green, pianist; Hob Harry, Frank Stlllman entertained Mn. Ben Archer of the SoropU- Schmidt and Mis. Calvin Schmidt Dec. 16 at a place to be decidedon home were Mrs, IInlillp'i brother Mrs John Dennis Mrs. James her hip in a fall this week and
will be hostesses, later, Miss Myra Jane Basher M. L Barrett and Jim Zachry,
tenor; Bob Lynnmperaonator/ South Dalle Garden Club memo mist Club of Homestead were Thagard, Mrs John B. Moore, .Is now In St Agnes Hospital la
end flab Barwick, engineer. Local ben Monday night In the garden called! on to lilt tome of the thing ST. JOHN'S HOLDS BAZAAR sang "Ave Maria" to piano aocom both of Ruasellvllle. ArkMembers Mrs.. R. S. Tyre and Mrs.. Homer Baltimore where she will bay \to<<
psnlment Miss
talent on the ihow Wit furnished center with a showing of colored the Redland District hal to be played by MarilynBethea of the younger group, Halxllp attended a reception given remain for five weeks.
1 by Ceo. Cadman, Mrs. Cadman views he and Mn Stlllman had thankful for. Mr*. Helnleln, garden DEC. I IN PARISH HALL and Mr. Wittkop Bang eligible for the Junior Woman's by the South Miami American Mr and Mrs N. W Carter anf
On Dee I the annual bazaar "Rossry" and 'Because'1
was general chalrmah of the ban taken In national parks during club president!, preilded to accompaniment Club, are holding monthly meetIngs Legion Post Auxiliary In honor Sons, Butch: and Mike, are spending -
+ quet; A turkey dinner Will wired I their vacations the past two Summers Mr. and Mr. Tho R. Doyle, and supper of St John's Episcopal I played by Mrs at the homes of members to of the state president. Thanksgiving livCoco. .
the (1 presentOrgsnltatlon His explanations as the Mn Herbert Kali and Mr*. John Church will be held In the Wlttkop. Miss Mary Ann Wolfen- determine whether they desire to and Auxiliary members A. L. Bridges, Jr. son of th%
church hall N. E. 11th tt The barger presented.\ solo. Legion
on piano Form a club In the future. Th
Lynch provided the refreshments Rev. and Mrs. A. L, Bridges el
i of a rhythm band pictures appeared on the screen bsraar of Martin Moor Post will have
and coffee. will open at noon. Cookies and punch were served last meeting was held at the homeof South Miami, and Miss
doughnut Betty
for the Perrlne kindergarten, doubled the value of the showing a supper In the Community\ House LqifShelley \ :
Articles for sale In the white Present, besides those mentioned Mrs. Ed. Howl with Mrs M. daughter of Mr and Mm
sponsored by the club, li an Particularly beautiful were some Nov. 28
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on Monday
I, pounced by Mn .. Harry William, of lag Yellowstone scenes and MINNIE DELL WOODHOV elephant booth will rang from a were Mrs. Green Rives, O. Ward, Mrs. W. F. Kopelke, Jr, Robert Shelley, were married on
teacher Mn. James A. Brown Itaulillng some of the rhododendron clumps FLEDGED: nv SORORITY I tIbab, calf to Jewelry The Sills Grace Ygartua, Miss Uxl Mrs B.' L. Morrow, Mrs. R. C.Hallan Mr and Mrs J. A. Deal, Sr., Thanksgiving Day In the South'Miami
t In organization of the ihotographod In the Smoky MIss Minnie Dell Woodron plant booth will offer unusual Lee[ Schumacher, Miss Louis and Mrs. Walter Slathers and Mrs James Walker of Homestead Baptist Church at 10 a. m
I band Mountains. daughter of Mr. and Mr. W. W. plants like the Irrldeicent! fern Whltt Miss Joyce tools, Miss attending\ They learned to etch a alsteV of Mr. Deal, have Mr. Bridges i I. the brother of MrV.
Mr. N. W. Carter of the Amerl- Dr. Francis B. Lincoln, dele- Woodton of Homestead, ha been and the orange oleander Before Sylvia Barnes, Miss Nancy Crad- patterns' on glass at this meeting, gone to Ilendersonvlll to attend F Lw Templer of Perrine.
'tan homes department hal Invitedthe gate to the district conference In pledged by Beta Sigma Omicron the sale, plants may be bought at dork MM Elaine McLendon, Miss and planned a dinner for husbands the funeral of Mr. Diu' brother,
dub m.mblonl.o nominate the lewlMon and chairman of It* sorority at Florida Southern Col- I the home of Mrs Edith Taylorof !Emma: Jane Rives, Mlu Angelyn on Dec 8. Frank fleas, who died Suddenly '
best took to represent the groupIn resolutions committee, gave a lega. Mix Woodion a graduateof 41 N. W. Ninth st, or reservedby Bussey, Miss Janet Agnew and Mrs Bertie Brentlla, mother of on Nov. 15. 'IZ'j:::: P.AD THE L:1t:
a radio contest sponsored by a brief account of the meeting. Homestead High School, for a telephoning No. 661-R Miss Marlene Keen. the Rev J A- Brown, has re- Miss Sarah Vthlen visited rel WANT ADS
food .eempln,. The club winner I Presidents of two other local time attended John B. Stetson Mother and daughter sets will
wilt be featured In the newipa clubs, Mrs Edw. Krone of the University I be a feature of the apron booth. r ,,----
pen 'and on the radio and, will Wnmnn'n Club of Homestead and I The baked good and candy booth 1
DINNER COMPLIMENTS! will be operated by the Young
I MRS i. W. RtllBmDr People's Service League to financethe
CLUBWOMEN ARE UNTO
I BAN GARBAGE! 1 ROM RURAL ROADSlaw II at a Joint Thanksgivingand church
I birthday dinner yesterday In NOTICE !
honor of Mr*. Elliott' slster-ln- MRS FERREYRA SERVES
I A (-leaner and more beautiful provides a stiff penalty for I law, Mrs. J. W.;' nl'hbeln. Other WITH t'MtERsmr GROUP
Redlund District Is the goal of the depositing' garbage elwwhcr than present were Dr Rchbeln, Mr. Mrs Don E. Ferreyra of Home
Homestead Business and PrQlrs- In the designated dumps. ,
Zetla Rehbein
of Miami,
Penny dead
was a member of the program
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.IonllWomen's\ Club ",'IIUM> members The club wilt begin its second Lee and John Dewey Rchbeln and committee for the student
have volunteeifd' to work rues of benefit cmu.sta partiesor John David and Robert EIUdtThe and alumni breakfast of University
with the sheriff department In Lincoln Memorial Hospital ut
of Miami held
Saturday
morn-
apprehending poisons who throw 1 clock Tuesday night in Sacred. executive commute; of Ing In the student club of the new
garbage on the rural roudaldci, Heart clubhouse Homeitend I'. T.
A. will meet Dec. university building Mrs.. Fen-ey
Mrs announce Frank M.the Kent club president, 7 and Dee.the II membership will meeton ra I Is a law student at the unlverally CHANGE OF'

Each club member has been I;
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authorized by Sheriff Jimmy SuUllvan Benson Electric Has I'
to report the automobilelicence
numbers of all who Philco AppliancesPrinceton
discard trash and garbage within :I DON'TGamble I
50 feet of the roadways Mrs. \ Ph. lit : .
Kent says. She points out that the .
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FRIED CHICKENAT Life PropertyGasoline POLICY7PN


ITS BEST .Is unsafe when used
as a cleansing fluid. lie fumes
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Hot Biscuits, toolPaso's l'' are vrrr volatile'and easily ,
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On Dec. 1st 1949 we will discontinue our credit and delivery
J S. B. First Ave. Phone 16S W. W. S.Terr, Me.erA'W ,

service. We are very sorry to take this step as it has always


tJ eT tu4. . : been our policy to try to give the utmost in service. .


However, economy in daily food buying is a most important


problem, and recognizing this,* we have always done everythingin


our power to make the buying you do in this store eco omi-


.cal. In the past few months we have been taking stock of our-


selves and the methods by which we operate, and we have madea
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MORFFOi'FRFARMING. 1 rs very important discovery. We have found that



1(, By Discontinuing Our Credit and Delivery Service

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Whatever type of tractor you drive, WecanSaveYou I '

your Standard Oil dealer or route ,.

salesman can supply you with fuel .j. .
designed! to develop the maximum/ '
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into performance,the motor.the manufacturer, built a Substantial Amount'

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Crown and< Crown .

step up the power of gasoline burning .
; tractors-handle peak loads in of Money Every Month. j

.. full stride When you want tot

Standard Tractor Fuel is an eco-

nomical outstanding power packed Context cvltolMrll.. a hurry the these
fuel tot "distillate" burning tractors. Close on Important contract Beginning Dec 1st, money we save by eliminating ex-


Standard Diesel Fuel is a clean burn Follow' up pw prospect penses we plan to divide among our customers in the form of

ing uniform complete combustionfuel
for diesel tractors. Speed up deliveries substantially lower prices. We are sure that we may count on


,, ;You can depend on Standard farming Oil'fuell It would be difficult to reckon' the full value of the your understanding cooperation to make this step possible.

for more power to your telephone to your business. A single call may close a ,. '

deal worth hundreds of dollars save aa expensive. .

trip-sign up a new account-or make I friend lor i. ,;rf j', < Sincerely I ,
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your 6rm. Your telephone i Ie a means of doing more < ,'t

business and doing faster,better more. economically.

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severe you in comparison to the price you pay telephone ,
,m ,
service aland out a* a real Bargain In your

Uu neea.

And it*value keep Increasing as. service,become : lI mest ad's Only MRG\ store. . "Cash and Carry"

faster and better end the number of customer and .
C. F. HOWARD-Agent pro.p..e.0'1: can call Brown day 1 by>> day. .-.". 'j
19GtWest ;
ll t' l\Iwry\ St. ):' t' i : ,Phone J96
L jThem II Homestead, Fla, 1. O. Be* IK SOUTHERN: BELL TtLEPBONli TELEGRAPH COMPANY .. rr' . ,


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