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: December 2, 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: VID00689
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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HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPB&E,



The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 ( ,'


38th Year No. 48 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1949 : Fric .6 Cent







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George Cooper to 1\1.c.\ Rally Tonight 9 Firms Sponsor Team'i F''<

350-Car Drive-in FLORIDA CITY:I In Park for Hpmestead's CandidatesThe riajcra of the nine as players IndividualsEach on the $950,000 SECTION CAN FOLLOW 1 .


former Dick's Drive In basketball '
SCHOOL STAYS polllci rally for';city, be served! by member of the II quad will be sponsored till year PRESENTROUiaSTARTINJlEIF J
of Homestead candldatea wIU'lake P, W C. In the city park adjoining by an individual Homestead firm
place .t 8 tonight In the city, the ball park Prorrcds from whose name Mill be lettered oh
Theatre Opens Here1' bill park *i scheduled by IU the sale at well a* from fee the plsyer'a suit, report Manager
P.TA. ASSURED: sponsor, the Homestead Business charged the candidates, will go Fred Rhode, Jr. The ,sponsors NO RIGHT OF MY TROUBLES ;
and Professional Women'i Club to the club fund for the colored will be Homestead Haberdashery, ;

The three cand'dates: for mayor, hospital at Gould. I Oversea Bait and Tackle Shop,
Tho. E. Kirby S. E. Livingston Wright Electric! Brooker Lumber I
\ 6:30 P.M. Florida City School was given and Polly ROM Balfe, have been Co., Jim Sharp Clothiers, Bran- New Florida Bay Tour j > First tour-line coostrucnoa of
At
: Sunday i full lease on life by member Invited to speak M have also the 2 CABLES TO GIVE I cor. Inc., Sherard Brother DryCleaners Taken Off at Homestead the Miami-Homestead highwaywill
of the county school board at a 12 candidate for city council H. Bishop' Gulf Service
meeting y ith some 200 town residents L. Brandenburg, J. Q. Wynn and Dick's Drive In. Homestead 1 I. the take-off I be a nine and -one-half mile
point
In Florida City Community\ James Wollam, Wen. Musselwhll, NORTH DISTRICT I The team will open the season for l new one-day Florida flay Section beginning at the northern
I Church Wednesday night. The Walter Weiss, Ernest I;. King, H. with a game here Dec 13 against tour Initialed yesterday by the city limits of Homsglead.ani! *x,.
Homestead' newly constructed ichool definitely will continue to L Johnson, Ben). W. Morrlw, L. OVER 100 PHONES ; Miami Calvary Baptist, and will National Audubon Society for tending north the Leader-Enter
drive-In theatre on the Od| Dixie CITYOK'SNlNISECTION operate, and will be expandedand H. Napier, Jimmy Robert, Roy play again this year in the Miami sightseeing in Everglade National I prlit learned from Interview
at King'* Highway will open Sunday improved ai the enrollment Halnei and I. A. Fewell. : City League. Paik. Th new,' tour, to be held ,
evening under the name of warrant, irate patrons were as- Geo. H Cooper of Princeton Installation of more than one Squad members are Robert on alternate day through Apr with members of the\ Dade. Countycommluion

Breezeway Drive-In. Owner ore lured. ,hose fame a an afterdinnerwit hundred business and residential' Sullivan, Chai. Robertson Jams la U scheduled to connect with yesterday.
Mr. and Mr*. C B. Chamber of Patrons believe that the meetIng li now more than state-wide telephone In the Princeton. Hooker, Flernoy ball, Harry. the one-day Florida Bay tour, so Whether the highway will flow ,,'-
Homestead. Show start at 7 and administered the death blowto will be mailer of ceremonies .t Gould area Is expected to be Bishop Don Done, Bob Morgan, li to provide a two-day trip for Its present course or boo
130: but the lot opens st 11:45.: a recent official order to clone the rally. made possIble by an expansion James Brown and Paul Meagher, thOM desiring It : forced to seek a new route will ,
The new drive-In has the four-grade school and to At 8.30 hot dogs and coffee will program of Southern Bell Telephone Persona who wish to make one
.a.ah huge:; SUBDIVISION I! depend the degree" of
pacity of 350 car and transfer the SB pupils to Homestead I Company now under way. I Farm Bureau to !Hold or both of the tour will be met on cooperation -
outdoor screen li 80 feet high. It'i The order had been rescinded -'LAKE FROST BITE The company U laying two. I by an Audubon Society naturalistIn given by. property owner
was built under the supervisionof temporarily after deter. cables between Homestead and : Barbecue in Terrine I Homestead at the Standard Oil I In dedication of the additional'

Vannle Lee Harris. I residential subdivisionfor mined protest by the town Miami-one for local and one for Co station on Krome and FUg- 50 felt needed on the tart lid e>
flew II 'f
In-a-car speakers will bring the A Homestead was approved by council and Florid. City Kiwanis TO BENEFIT DADE long distance calls. The local Tin annual barbecue and membership ler ,avenue it I o'clock on of the resent right-of-way: thee
sound effects of the picture to Club. The long defunct Florida cable will contain 400 pain of meeting of the Dade night before the trip Hart "
the occupants of each automobile, the city council Monday night City P. T. A was revived to wires from Campbell dr for five County Farm Bureau will be held The group will spend the th'l(said. The data, construction cal
and the sound will\ not be heard under the name of John Investment Scott fight for retention of the school : POTATO CROPSHigher and one-half mile north. From at t:30 Thursday evening in the In Tavtrnler for take-off begin also, will depend on the Corona
outside the parking area All Subdivision U listed ai developerof and the addition of fifth and that point on the cable will be Perrine community park. e.blrcruller at ( o'clock the speed with which, the right-of :

equipment 1* the latest by RCA. Corporation the five-acre tract located between sixth grades.Present price for Dad Coun smaller. Eventually the new Installation The event I I. for members of nest morning on the Florid Bay way dedication teComaul.1ontr be obtained.
The' building that house the N. E. tth and llth street at the meeting, sponsored ty's 7,000 acre of potatoes are li expected to aerve (he bureau and their families. tour to Si, ka, Manatee and Bot In a concurred In by
I projection machine* and rest and between Falrlawn and Fret's by the P. T. A, were Dr. foreseen' by grower a* I resultof some 41 business applicants and llennk Key Hugh Peters In a
iroom* Will also provide housing Addition. The' acreage which already James T. Wilson county superintendent the week-end frost damage to Tl residence applicant The new. i three-way telephone! Interviewyestarlsy
\ Ifor concession: booth where pop has sidewalks and Water, II I Joe Hall end D.; R. Snyder the Lake Okeechobee planting toll cubic Is designed' to Improve I Fucha to List 'Area Fun County, Commissioner
., 1 -* "rn-',caad. .,.\\It.,cream,> soft rI from the administrative, The potato acref now In: tae long distance service' during the .for ads Sun "I TRjUptTESt ,Preston. B Bird '0$ rlnkr "" "llr''l4 dwichr10if1be \ Ipt . 61e; and'HeilsyUaeiiteff Jaan-o"Kent. 6Nn'ea"gt"piankbg'v'nd rede's praairamr +, .., q SPOtts --:..... ,
told. A' short Intermission"be-* Council "" the dent.ru' Milton\ Weiss -UarleyCollins 13,000 acre of tomato** 'show Growth of the telephone service A detailed survey of ava TEMcYICKER : y
tween picture will permit patroni lease to the government of the and Joe Plummer of the little apparent damage despite a here Is reflected In figure which recreational facilities In South" WON the Bounty omnluloner 111
to leave their fan and stretch previously designated site at the school board. recorded low temperature here of show 36B telephones In the area Dad County will be mad byRichard and Hit road department oftt7f]
their leg by a vllit0 the refreshment city airport for construction of a In an Interview yesterdsy, Vr 31 degrees from :2 to 7 o'clock In mld-lMO, and 1,073 tl'lephonl'lIn W Furhs of Homestead HEADS dais, followed by a survey of
stand National Guard storage building Wilson said that the recommended Saturday morning, according to August of 1949. for the Dade County Council af State Road '.A (US 1) to Hoaa*
anPr n U a son of Mr. I to cost between $35,000 and $39,. transportation of Florida City 'I' County Agent Chas II. Sleffanl Social: Agencies which li makings stead brought about an agreement
N. L. Chamber. of 000 Request for a site for the pupils to Homestead was a temporary Some plnelind squash showed Chandler Helps Negroes countywide Inventory as basis.. Embattled 'trailerltes' won a to atari early constructionof \
Princeton. Mr. Chambers I I. the building, scheduled second on the measure designed to afford signs of frost burn he said. for an over-all planning prognip. round In their fight to occupy a section' of this highway ;1
former Mill Mary Grace English list for federal construction In better educational facilities for Described a* the moat potty In First mood Roundup Fuchs will make a full reporton ately-park-d\ trailers Wednesday However location of the high.4

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j. W. Florida, wli made last spring by the pupils. The board had no Intention on record the front I I. reported to A blood round-up for negroes, the recreational facilities operated when Circuit Judge Claude way and the time of construction '
English who operate! the Seminole Capt. Raymond Von, commanderof of permanently abandoning have caused wide-spread damage believed to be the first In Dade by the county, city, churches I Dill vi. of Jacksonville declared depend entirely on the attitude
Theatre here.Growers the guard unit the Florida City plant 'he In the Lake section and leaser County, was sponsored Nov 16 i schools, etc, In the Reduind unconstitutional the state law of the property owner along the
City contract*'were awarded to said, and It will follow Its policyof jaws in the other up-state firmIng by Luther I. Chandler Goulds District I which restrict trailer to author rifht-of-way.
to PbiACommitteemen Sinclair Refining Co. and Shaw expanding the plant and the regions No extensive damage grower In co-operation with two I ted park Appeal I I. expected: "It U my opinion that the
on Dec. 9 Brother Oil Cp. for gasoline and teaching personnel If and when was reported for the Pompanoand negro leaders, Arthur Mays,J:[ I to be mid to the Florida Supreme highway can be maintained on
other supplies, the Texas Co. for the enrollment Justifies. I Fort Pierce areas grower. and George Roby, principal -,2 GET YEARS Court. the present course for this first
-- The suit wa filed by the Dade phase of construction namely,
More than 700 Dade farmersare lubricating ol| for trucks, Gulf of the Gould negro school j I

eligible to vote Friday, Dec 011 Corporation for diesel oil, and Schedule of Radio Weather "It Is hoped that the roundupwill 'i County Protective Association F. Scanlon and of from Homestead the nnrth to city limits nine anda of
9, to elect three committeemenand Standard Oil Co for fuel oil. A Reports Inspire others, so n to partially I' FOR ASSAULT ON Mr Miami., and Walter Mrs. 8.B. McVlckor of half mile north.a point I
alternates to
two represent bid for repainting the city' hall
them this /coming year on the was referred to a council com Presented to Aid in Frost. WarningFor relieve obligation the for county blood of which financial ALLEN CARTER Princeton 1 I' prell' dint of the esso- "The right-of-way needed (lo
Dade County Production and mittee for further consideration. elation. maintain the highway on IU
Marketing Administration The last year amounted to 160,000 I Judge Ofllvle ruled that the present court will be 60 feet on
poll will be open' from 8:30 a. benefit of local growers, ((101J)-415: Monday through Mid Chandler, who 1 I. a member Louis Grubbs and S. n, Under I93B law was "ipetlal Interest th* eel aide of th* present rlghl-
m. to S p. m. at the office of the the Leader-Enterprise, presents Friday and 10 a. m. Saturday If of the county budget board. wood of Homestead received eight- legislation" . and unconstitutional of-wiy for a distance of nine and
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\WORK TO START frost threatens. i At the initial round-up, held sentences Tuesday from half mile
county agent in Homestead and the radio schedules for year because It applied only to a north of the city
bro.dcast.1
in Miami. In the Goulds school, Chandler Judge Den C, Willard of criminal Dade, Puv l and HillboroughcountlM. limits of Homestead.
Candidates for election are: A. ON FOUNDATION ng official federal-state temperature gave the first pint of blood In a court on charge of breaking Into TIll fudge said that he "This I I. one of the most 1m* \
F. Arthur H. L. Brandenburg, bulletin! a* a frost warning CHASE FOLLOWS\ demonstration designed\ to reassure Allen Carter W Mowry it. believer even Boy and Girl Scouts portint m.tter.0 com before j i

Jr. J. R. Brooks, Luther L. servlcJB. When frost li forecast I the somewhat reluctant home on Sept 23 and shooting would bfo barred from camping by the property owner along thishighway
Chandler J. Abney Cox John FOR GENERATOR each of the stations gives WIFE' DEATH 'volunteer" donors, Thirty-seven Carter in the right leg In an attempted the wording of the law prohibit. and if they will show !
DuPuls, Jr. Tom'0. Unman Harold frequent additional broadcast, I pint! of blood were obtained from robbery leg person living In trailer 'or the proper spirit of cooperationby
E. Kendall, Geo. W. Smith say County Agent Cha. H. Sleffanl. the 69 negroes who offered to A third man Involved, George making camp or putting up tent addressing their correspond..
and Casper Wllllami. Work I I. expected to be started '- Wilfred O. Chase, 63, was found contribute. (Mutt) Walker of Florida City or camp cottoges or other *bel. ence to the engineer departmentof
I next week on the foundation for The schedules follow: I dead at his home on Coconut Palm Plans call for the continuation who had previously been found ten" except in an authorized Dad County, tiling their.
Rait and Tackle Shop the first of two 1600-h,p. diesel WCBS ((710))-At 12 noon andS dr. Tuesday, Just three week to of the project under management not guilty by reason of Insanity, tourist ramp: wishes that the highway be maintained .
generators which the city I.I pure I p. m. daily Monday, through the day" after the death of his wife. of negro churches and schools was placed under hold order in on Its present course end .
Under Way at New Park chasing from Fairbanks Morse Friday; 2:30 and 8 p. m. 'Saturday Louise Irwin' Chase. A heart attack event he I I' released as cured Charter MembershipsOpen that they are willing to cooperate -
Co. bf Atlanta for the municipal ;, 12 noon and 11.15: p. m. was believed to have caused fiuardsmen Gi\e Blood from the Chattahoochee asylum. with the dedication ofb..
Construction of a bait, tackle ly-owned power plant, Utilities Sunday the death of Mr. Chase found At Hound-up The defendants oleaded drunk.ennell in Sports Club I rlght-of-wiy It U the comml
Special
Indict shop was begun this week Superintendent Gordon W. Ivey WIOD (610)-11 noon and S:45i. when neighbor investigated after a* the excuse for the robbery slon's firm opinion that thi work
.t Homestead Bayfront Park. The laid yesterday The first engine li p. m. dally .Monday through Sat. he failed to open his machine I Blood was ,donated to South attempt and attack\ on Application for Redland charter membership -. can start quickly and the high
roof I I. being put on the picnic ready now for shipment from the irday; 12 noon and II p,. m hop a* usual. Dade Blood. Bank by member of Carter Although Carter was unable I Inhe will be closed Sports.men's at the wa,'* present location can 'be
shelter which li nearly completed factory, Ivey report, and the Sunday. Funeral services will be conducted Company D, 211th Inf, at especial to identify Qrubbs and Un Club maintained
Work 1* progressing on the second engine Is slated for delivery Silver Palm Methodist derwood by sight at the trial, meeting at I o'clock! Tuesday night the
WQAM ((550))-1240.: 11:311: and in round-up Tuesday nightat V. F W. post "However owners of rlghbofway
marina and the new park roadways and Installation some time 11:14: p. m. Monday through Friday Church Saturday at 2 p. m, by National Guard headquarter Constable Pete Morgan and Deputy In Arrant-Smith on other location of main
and fill 1 ls' being dumped before next July. The previously ; 1, 6:38 and It:14 p. m. Saturday th, fiev. Alfred Hedberg, pastor. at Homestead Field, reports Capt. Sheriff a S McElroy testified home. After the famines held. meeting, road under conilderatlon have
fish wiU I be
f for the parking area. (Continued on Page Four) ; 10:14 and 1M4: p. m. Sunday I Burial will be In Palm Cemetery, Raymond Von, company commander that all three men had a fry application forms shown splendid co-operation andit
Membership
Naranja, under direction, of Turner Technician came from confessed to the offense after Overseas Is hoped that It can not be said
be obtained from
Missions\ Bring Combs Soap Books WWPB ((1.50)-12:50) : and S:43i. Funeral Home.A Miami to tale the round-up their .arrest. Ban may and Tickle Shop, Crlm'i Bait that we are not equally cooperative .
native of Detroit, Mr. Chase In
I p i. m Monday through Friday; and Tackle and Sullivan' Sin securing thti greatly!
1245: and (45: p. m. Saturday; had been associated In carburetor needed Improvement whose determined
India Mrs. :\ Service from
To McKay Tells Club clair Station or any
John
Friends Dance Saturday
r 145: SundayWKAT -I research work with Gar Wood Veterans, of the member location U vital to u*
I3fl0)-12.. | .nll'II:30:: and with the Harley Carburetor 'II." -'
h 'Wearing an embroidered silken Mrs. McKay said p. m. Monday through Friday; Co. In the late 20', he Invented To Finance Annual Yule Tree PartyA Pete were Morgan accepted.ndl..* A.new Buchanan member Cost of conatnactb aa .i the four*

ssrdl, Mrs John McKay of "The hlher'rulee.re generally 230: '6 and 11:30: p. m. Saturday (Continued- on Page Four) at Tuesday night' meeting. lane highway, exclutt** of rign-
I light In color of Aryan stock and 1:11.: and 11:30 p. IISund.y. \. Frank Webb of-wiy, will bMlOO.OOO a mile. *o
Other present
were
Princeton told the Soroptimlsti dance for friends and members At the post meeting Mondaynight the
Association oHomestead o
Intelligent and cultured though Cemetery Ono Crlm Homer Byrum. loeBTI'UIII proposed first section out 'of
of Arrant-Smith Post V FW State Cpmmander Robert
at their luncheon Monday In not educated" aha said "Th_ Redland Jamboree, WVCO Meets Night to Donald Neeley, Harry would cost a total t>f
Thursday will be held from I to 1 J. Wall! reported on plan ,
Puco'i Restaurant of life In who work In the fields $880.000, Bird, pointed'Out\ Taw
are very I o'clock Saturday night In the new erect state headquarter In Ocala Martin, Chis. Martin Leon Cham
present-day India where she and dark. A membership meeting of South post home to raise fund for the on a site donated by the city. The bliss, Tony Burst Herbert Turner county must obtain th .right-of-
her husband new pastor of "Eighty-five per cent of the FRANK SIMONS Dade Cemetery Association will mst'i annual Christmas tree party sum of $,000 has been donated Norman Ernst E. B. Me way and present It ,to the state I'
Princeton Church of the Nazarepe, people live In villages and less >e held at 9 o'clock Thursday tu be held Dec 23 for children by the state of Florida and Garrah", Delmar Rhode, Hubert road department With full cooperation
spent litany year in the mission. than 10 per cent of the peopleare i HEADS lO. O. F. tight In the council room at of the community. No admission Marion County toward construction Smith, Bill Bedford and Stanley road of property owners, It
field. literate. Everything In the Homestead city hall, announce will be charged but donation of the building h* said Wittkop. committeemen of tile county
.TIle"alrdt. national costume forth village that contain Christian Mrs. E. J. Dyal president. Wll- commission Peters, thought construction -
will be accepted, announce '
'. women of India, 1 ts considered mission I Ie better and the peopleare Fr,nk Simmon wa, elected Perpetual care for the coma general chairman. might begia tn. early' f
lard Barnes,
lice most beautiful dress in the more advanced. Before missions II nobl.! grand of Homestead L O. ery was Initialed the September Music will be furnished by an Dr. Smith and Fritz Gordan to Show spring-by June. \
world she said It consist of a came there wa 'no.book. t a F. Lodge Tuesday night membership meeting .t( which "After the 'right-of-way i* all
I single strip from five to nine no pencil no comb no soap. Everett Douberly wai made vice. the price of standard lots was orchestra: Moving\ Pictures of African SafariMoving In, the slate must advertise! for
{ girds long and wide enough toOi' The mission teach children grand; Jason Avery recording raised from ISO to $In. with $12 bids for 30 days, and the contractor J
reach from waist to ankle. Differ and adult and conduct clinic\ secretary; C. M. Barrow financial earmarked for care of the plot. TWO INJURED IN CRASH U allowed 10 day after
ent caste wear the garment In To inch, a missionary must first secretary; and Carl S. Anderson The association has for sale approximately Mrs. Win. King and Mrs, Hannah pictures of the recent The big game hunter will also the contract U let before .tart of
i' different folds, she explained. The study the native language I spent treasures Barrow was madf a .50 lots each with Storey, both of Homestead, African safari of Dr. and Mr*. .tell the story of their trip and work" Peters said "I am very
cost varies from a dollar and a two year at thai three-year trustee.A pace for four grave are under treatment in James J. A. Smith of Homestead and show torn of their trophies. happy over the situation In South
half to thousand of dollar*. Mrs McKay concluded her talk class of ten 1* stated to re D. p Blake Jr., I* vice-presi I' Archer Smith Hospital for In FriU Gordon of Miami will be The auftiltary meeting was Dade and believe that if the
s'I' Women who do field work pull by explaining how adult education celve the Initiatory degree at next dent of the association; W. B. received Saturday after shown at a meeting of lames postponed from Nov, 21 becausethe property owner*,com*,.in promptly d
o.t,> lice garment up out of the way I'. I II being conducted through Tuesday night' meeting After Cave, jecretery-treasurer; and Juriesis a collision at King1* Highway Archer Smith Hospital ,Auxiliary picture could not be shown with their dedications we can
5 in trouser-Uke fashion. I mission study groups the initiation, a cupper will be A. U Fogle. Preston a Bird.' W.E. and Robert rd. between In Neva King Cooper School at that time. got construction started touch 1
.a Flower and tree of India are I. The club will have a business served under the direction of Myers, Mr*. Herman Heinleta I automobile driven by Mrs. Howard auditorium on Friday, Dee. I, at All who are InUrested are""In- earlier than n ha*- appeared-..

0 much'like those of this district,, meeting at Its luncheon Dee a W. Y. Bush and Frit RuUke. and Mr*. Jack Polk directors. Saunders and Bill Byrd. I Po m. ......... _. -w' cited to attend. likely.*

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COUNCIL POST Send Christmas Cards> Fitst Class JOHN SCIINORBUSTAKEN I: 2-LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Dec. 2, 19t91[ Fitzpatrick's Fine Furniture ,

I To Insure Delivery Patrons, Told I ec pistol which: had been left I''part' of the loot taken Nov 17 Wood '
{ DEATH and Other 'I
SOUGHT AGAIN BY lying on top of the cigar box from Nell'i her In a robbery for Custom Built of Mahogany
which contained ty) money. i I I which WIllie J. Windrow Ityer ClWnrt Werb ask Ca btfCer affIII......*."*
Homestead poet office itlll ha ajduN* and mailed at Ow Brantley report that additional .old migrant worker, d ltd. I'tMH M"
BY MUSSEtWinTE' John Paul fkhnorbui of Cln- negro B+..y.* Dr Keai>
of the B *rgld i National ': |NI lP-ctoi rM W p1g. will
a supply > artide have ban Identified at li held In the county jail. ....
visitor! her for .
winter
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Park itampa ""bUh .If* Mkir* IW'* lends poatayt thu eatnatl -- ---- ---- - - - -- -- --
A flexible policy that mcludei apfi, ..ritta tar. OuWti s gMmg It** >* Md :rf of m t'IIIU the pant t seen years 4M Ttaei-
Mntt from 1 Ki IMiW 4 .. fII IIn.. I. day at the W A Tb**.p* B horn I .
"anything that will promote the Acting Portmarter A. V". =, old drop-letter re of isle on Tennessee rd. at the age of
progress of Home.M d" ll advanccd Jr. These stamps wet ItT1l'tor mall et lent ortfln tor
by Wm. MuMtlwhlte who on sale on Dec 6, l 4TPhiittpi delivery at Homt,*4 WII'e1Imrueret II. Tae body wad J wn t* Ctnkmatt -

I.! a candidate for N-elentlon to I'HIIftI1YIfllttr1tII\ p \ real*.- 1'when cMy wbert funeral I aervice MARKET!
the city eounett' Mbject to this Christmas greeting cards be tent _deliver.. IItYk'e wee ettabliitied.AU and. burial are MheAiled to be ALLEN-'S
*i tint dais "' 1I111r wiirmitr *C'hrMihir >giectlfif' cards held thai morning.
primary of Dee. 13. that they will b* dlipitched.: and mailed at tat pat bffic In Hm- Until Ma retirement, Mr.
A natlv Floridian Muil- delivered first or forwarded If Mad, which! ara to be treated asInt.elaal I
while rim her from Nocatee I; necessary without iddlt4oD. l mall, will require pnetIn Bchnorbui: WM a butcher. H* had

01 a boy vlth hli perenla, UM poetag charge If undellverable, at the rat of three cent been III ever aIM be arrived la' .
Isle Mr and Mr. Ralph MvMet- they will be returned' at fie fur' **... Homestead Ins week age for Isle Your Local MRG Store ..
"white In tlHe attended ))101ft (her expenie If the aAdr'l Customary vlaltII
lead high School ind the Unlvenlty address. U shown on the invclop*. lea vet: three'ion, John"P.
.... E. Klnf'i StepfatherDies of' Homestead, .
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of Florida, from which Christmas greeting cr4ilA: e Schnorbui, Jr. 4 .
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he. received' the degree of b.ehe. Mated, envelope, without wrtttM in Jamleson Ha. Henry J, chnorbu of DutUmor, I . ., . . 'r .;,.l. ., I
lot of aclenc In agriculture and J. C. Schnorbui of Cincinnati ;t;>
t Mr1' and Mr. Eroeit E. King of ; a brother Ceo Schnorbui, \. ,' ', ,
II* his been a ron llt.nl farm David Huyck'i Funeral Home*!*** WIre taped) to Jamie- and a slater, Mrs. Marts Sleber ", . I:.' .1
rr.Inre leaving hool. H* wa a I Held Tuesday In Miami ion n*., lilt week by the death both of Coxlngton Ky.; ilx grandchildren '
member of the tint directorateof of Mr, Klng'i stepfather, A. C. : and three great-grand Announces ,
the Florida City Slate Farmed Funeral service for David Mon ll, After funeral) aervlcei In children. ,
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/ Market and served on the TenEyck lluyck, ll-eir-old re. Quint?, Interment took place Nov. ,
local: commute of the Axricul- I tired tour manager were' can U JII Birmingham Ala.? former ,
tural Adjuitmnt Admln'itration ducted Tuesday .fttrneo In load *f ..,. and Mr. MonelL Fish Market Loses $52
during World War tl H. previously Turner chapel by the II... J. & .
I Mri UontU, who had been auotlat4 Theft Tuesday Night
served two terms on theIlrmealead I Jenkins, pastor of Flat Methodist fly
council, from with, the rlorldin Co. New' Low Prices '
city Church. Interment was In Wood. than 20 Approximately 193 In cash wai Competitive :
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years
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1030 to 1934. when the city park
awn Park Cemetery Fish :
bull diamond and swimming pool aver: bit. wile, Mri. Nettle King taken from Dixie Highway .i:
.-"' builtvui Mr. lluyck died of a heart attack *lon.11, ; .i ton, Chal' Monell of Market Tuesday night by thieves ;
on Thanksgiving Day at E. who gained entry through a window
In Chteagoi and three lUpwni ',J. "
: elhlto' wit married
,, Camp happy where. lie had been W. King of Tallahiiiee. J. E.King report Police\ Chief W. F.
Mitt ak
Lute Sm ofJI"III..t.lcI.
mi to making his bom A nature of ,and Mr. Brantlcy The prowleri who took
of Birmingham
they (wide lit aD4 N. Indian' Fields, H. Y..,h.bid no Hornstt.ad. nothing but the cash, replaced a Cash and Carry Only n .,I
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Third it with their Iwo chll known aurvlvtin. ______ I .
dies, Mars Lou. a senior end . ''
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Dill, :Jr., a eophomor at Homestead I' f. ;..
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High School Presbyterians SlsteOrdination I I r We Have Been AppointedKelvillator .
Service' ., ,I ( ,
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dillies Home DedicatedOn j !'r 1
Elders and deaeonl! of Home- : See Thursday's Herald for Specials
Thanksjiiiinir Day Head Prenbyterlan. Church will
be ordained Sunday .morning Dealer ,
According to family tradition when the Rev Frank L. Elvery,
the newly completed home of Mr'
parlor will preach on "God's Law .
and Mrs D P Make on Colonial .
rd. wit dedicated on ThanksgivIng versus .Public Opinion"E . .
Van L. liars
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morning by Mri Blake'i and H J. Armstrong will be For South Dade County
father, Z. U Scott of Concord, Cla
ordained sides, a church oflloe I "Meats With A Reputation"Ample ,
Despite his being In the advanced equal with that of the minister,
louth to
70'i Mr.4Scolt came ,
enplulni Mr. Livery Raymond
follow his custom bf dodfratlng Ilipl*. A J. Tracy, ibrland C. KrJ\lnator Is the oldest manufacturer of
the homei of eich of his six
di'mhteri and nmrtitin. Pack Merriam and Dr. Robert{ A. Con. electrical refrigeration. Kchinator hasbeen ..,

with n. family nib!.. Th. day had over will be ordained deacons, the meat ,.
1 and W E. Rlc* and Peter Mayo! known for years an economical '
. an additional significance for MmHloke I will be Installed In, the deaconi' and the best designed refrigerator.Come J" l
I ai she was born on Thanki> I oflt'e' to which lily have prevlouily Parking Area Phone 166 : I Id
giving Day I .
been ordained.'
Mr. Scott was accompanied by I f I II
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Sunday evening
. his wife and I daughter Mri.nay Invited to see nwly-rlM in and sec the Kchinator line:
Bauer of Columbus, Ga.. on the
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;iSS.PEreRPAULJIERE I Play with Game Wednesday Night I FISHING NEWSBy Wm.I.' I.E..Dyal.Rhenajr Wm.who Radfbrd BaSed and 01o.l'a \ A conrmac* for the head Law of Capt. and Mr\ *. Hectay BAPTISTS SLATE:

PACtTTl *MTiveraelr BESTS tkaatarMnfc" In water all law eatoraamant agenda of Hay home in Homestead
wll nark theopsahag Tickle Joe'i Amoco, and Sunday round Whistling Buoy Tuesday, eight. South Florida. counties will GOULDS REVIVALAn
WedMidiy "
TUESDAY night ) reported t catch of U mackerel cat* A. ft Heck ? ot uw At-
be "held In Federal Bureau at
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ot the Tauch Foot afternoon Homestead Haberdaah-
game .
', Tides' eight grouper five barracuda Investigation nt I :XI this after Unite nerve fleet .t( Green Cmegprinia
Joe
which whedulnweekly AmOC'Captalna are
ball League cry .
Homaatead) four amberrk.) three yetlowjack .. end Mm Heckey hive Chilntlan \llfr irvlval
fciomeitead High School Grower play. *t the city park at Johnny Kan of Oveneai Bait and (Add 10 Minute for noon In the !I'olire BenevolentAHKXiatlon elght-dm
will play the tint iwne of III: p. M Wedaaadiy and Thunoay Tickle Shop. Jim Cairl) of Honw- High Low and two mutton snapper Hall MOON. W 14th. bought UM raaldenre of Mr. and will begin Sunday it Ooulilv
OeM tnram and W. C. HIM .t Minml..nnouat'tl C. H. Car.eon Mn .Larry Trotter. it III N. W Church with aeruces
the action her ..110: p. m on Sunday. Thefootball Had Haberdashery and Joe Attul'lio Baptist!
Paul tatted In the riorldt City canal agent In charge of the lath at where they plan eventually weeknight at
special each
....11I1t SS. Peter and program ii iponaorad by of Joe'i llmoee.Betty [)eol'. a 1:11..1ft: 11:11: a.m. scheduled
with live chub' on Nov U and Miami FBI office Expectedto to mek their horn At
B'pml win begin at T o'clock, the Mometlead Civic t.quIn.- [)eol'.'a 7Np.m.: 1:11p.m.Dec. : 7MTha
eaucht 10 large MapperR.C i be In attendant are officer present the houa to occupied by Waldo B. Wood acting
reports Catch Paul L. der the direction of Bob Baal- 4 1:13: s.m ltt: a.mDee. Rev
Worlef
In the darting lineup for the wood who My then are Mill Jo Jenkins Joins [ 4 1'01 p.1I\ hIS p.m.Ore. . Kelly rested JewtUhCreek from Dad, Monroe, Browsed, Mr and Mr. .. W. H Clark Mr. pastor and Mparlntandent of
Aim;, will be Bob Roper and opening for a few more pla'tra.Tha Glee Club of Huntingdon 1 1:13: a.m US..m. Sunday ualnc live shrimp for belt Collier Hendry. Martine Palm and Mn. Trotter have returned muwloni for the Miami BaptlttAtaodatlon
Reeky Sincere forwards; Jack weekly schedule lists games l Dee. 3:30pm: 2:44p.m.:: I and caught S3 snapper I Beech and 8t Luel counties. San Diego where Mr. Trailer willreturn will be the ..van..Ilit. -
Pope, center; and Kenneth Ortvei li follow.-: Wednesday night, Montgomery Ala. Dec 1-Mlu Dec. t:1S: ..m. 1110 amDee. : With warm weather expected The program will include dlrUflllon. ,* hit rebind making buM> John J. Stewart educational
and Bill Home, guards. Relief Overseas Bait and Tackle Shop, petty: Jo Jenkins, daughter ot the ,1:11: p.m 1.10 p.m. for the "eek-e d. the fMi will of the reapontlbillty< of neia director, will supervise. personnel
Rev and M... J. E Jenkins ot I bite better thao uaual In facther enforcement The sale handled John Mr Came Austin of
men will be Jerry Cot Ctrl Nor. Homestead Haberdiihery.: Thursday 17bc. 7 2,23, s.m 309 aenIke the FBI and local Uw WM by work ind *
.wood and Jimmy WiUon.b night, Overseas Bait and Homestead U Included on the : 7 10:10pm: : :; .1 ( .* will be good fishing"' anywhere agancle In law enforcement If. Hale who U iModited ullli, i Miami will leach 'From Palma
r ___ router of the 149-50 Huntingdon Dec. '...JU41.m. 1.0 sun.Dec. . Ift/ warms up. The fish problarni recant V 8. Supreme Richard W. Fuch. wintered I to Pentecost'"' a tttidy ot the bookof
College Ole Club Director Erl 2 .10:11pm: .'41 p.m. have been billy' In out of the Court decisions affecting arrest. broker. I II Art.
Ijedland Diamondbacks Open Season Danley announced yeiterdty Dec. 2. 11:1.m.: /:36am: way plain and the regular flih and detention of prisoners. I I .
I Selection: wn mad on a bail of Dec. 2Ji:10pm.: 2.13pm. big hole hivent been payingoff. teuton, searches and ron-I
:With Game on Saturday at Key West tryouts and Interest In choral 1, Th mackerel l and bluefiihar and the FBI training .
singing Joe Brook hit mid another down for the' season and addition, then* will be t demon-
The club will form the nucleus record for himself. Joe, an expert should provide torn* real iport. itritlon of arrest technique: and I
Redlind High School DUrnondbark tnttltut RedUnd of I city-wide chorus which willIng with a flyrod, has capturedHi defensive tactics by agents of the Opening Sunday' !
will open the South\ Feb. It-Sirawta there Handel'. "Meulah" In First world' record for boneflih Club to Plant Yule Tree Miami dlvlilon.
Florida btiketbill aelnn with atilt Feb. IT-Kentucky Military Methodist Church for the Chrlit- on a flyrod Fishing with Jimmy For Use Annual Fete
| Saturday night In Key went, Initltut Redldnd mil eeiion It will entertain' for Albright on the flats off of lali- THE WEAT1IEKINMrtlMt J
announce Coach Leroy Sprinkle Feb. IB-Tech: High Edison clubs and civic groups, give IU morada, Joe hooked his' bone fish e An outdoor Christmas tree will NnrIot'soon,,Own tit 1M RWneelw Dec. 4 I yr
frh* schedule, M announced, U Feb. 25-Seicreit Redlind annual concert In April, and goon and landed him. Ill bonefish b* planted it the Florid City ..._. 1t* muA. fVM 1 4,;
lu feet to than: t spring tour of several Ala.barns weighed U IbL 5ouncti town hall for uw In the annual rot, K...|Ml..| Br. lash| I
1 Welt then 'Local !Men\ Acquitted of I-
S-Key Christmas
cities If you hv never caught a community program Nov 24 SO M 3001
Dec 10-Pone* d* Leon Redland Of Illegal' Hunting A June gradual of homestead bonefish, you should try It Whenhe Florida City Kiwanis Club. Although Nov 25 SO 47 21B4
Dec 12-Mliml High Rdltnd High School Mil Jenkins matriculated I I. fighting t bonefish nil more permission for the plnnt- Nov 2fl 740 SO 04
Dec Homeitetd then J. D. Darnel, Edw. Dame and this fall it Huntingdon. twill and turns than the ,Mlnli- log hit been granted by the town Nov 27 75 31 SO 01
Dc. IT-Fort Myeri RedlindJah. Cootie Robert, all ot Homestead council \the Ire. li not expected Nov SB 78 4) SO.09 BREEZEWAYDRIVEIN
I-MI.mt ..adthe",* were acquitted Wednesday after to be reich for uw In this )'t'.r'. Nov 29 80 53 29 98
'Jip. 6-MlarM Jackson then a' two-day trial In the Court of >celebration.
Jap. T-MI.ml''Edlton there Crime on charge of Illegal huntInf Open 24 Hours A Day Salty Millanti, Miami newspaper Nov 30 82 54
4.0. 20-Homeitead Redland Th specific. charger Included columnist and radio commentator -
J. i. 21SNcrtslhert hunting at night, using headlight LUNCHES PACKEDFor I ll scheduled to be guest !program tt 7 SO this evening at
Ja i. 14-Tech High Redland to hunt, and the reckleu display Early-rising Fishermen. I speaker at the club' Indie night Club Embassy. on U. S. 1.
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.Ta i. 17-Ri,end! Redland of flrearmi.
Ja|l. 28-Ponct d: Leon then The defendant declared that, Good Sirloin Steaks, Chops, Shrimp, I
Feb S-RlVMrald* Redland at the time ot their arrest, their Golden Fried Chicken
Feb 4-Mltml Edlion Redltnd guns were unloaded and that they i ;I
Feb 7-Mitml High there were impeding leedbedi In the
Feb Kentucky Military wood! Instead of hunting GLADES RESTAURANT i Block thai Cold!

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president of Horn-find Oar- I The two sew eactnaB are being i I At Ito lilt refular meeting
LeaderEnterpriser fen Club (Continued from Pius One) beet ,t. coat ot .... Other the oounrll( sated to .dverUMI I
20 Years "Mr* J U rrv* and family awarded eontne4 wtth rali4u.k1. o4i .IndudV IJM ler switchboard I i for bide on H* rwwit $IMyMMMtMM .
....C-I in tale Ago have moved Into tht IKMM on Morae WM H.eM official eouMI .. ulpcMol.. tlMM for band lame. to mtnee the JHLOUSICSGlass :
approve at aaxjal 1 eouneU meet W W .... .. flttA. ..
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h ,......... _. chaecd from Jamee Maker ." log Monder nl"'htEMh additional' work and eonUnIID-
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I. 6.M' '''. roan.J.w 1toml to live the fifth and Math at t
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.........,AIICIIWII sod IYIMAkJORIR w4d M. iLrtI Chl..M., .." capacity to 4,7N *w., Ivejr Mid earmarked for rebuilding the l Il tiVQ4Ieaw; dtl
"M... Trunwrf Bowtn wu .haft It la Imperative that the newlnerator cHya light Una to cut the prwnt
$ Yr.asa ImAr 101I..r ARctinlt jtN"II:!!'!tlllllfl'm/ijllutllllllII' /' : !{II"(",, to the Cbittor Ouli, ," be put Into immediate I IS to 20 per cent currant Ion from = II III ,
VARY rRR '. MCWIMONKm "A ...-rDOt TjrtiUMnifc. was operation! ht eplame' M it II overloads to an eetimated five per I I l hl l.
:' l MrimeMIFttOM C II ateKenl. cetMtjr agent MWht by Bob BlMn Dad.ChwMn .I becoming impassable to obtain new i the
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/Into the .Radland DiMrirt Chamber four old engine, and I break- i CIIASK Ideal Gift .
til 110" r vntri l' MI.,..MTBf..1141. MIi .. ( Commerce offfc, *. 'cloaed th.ctd worth lUroM matron McffirM' of was Ad down would cau.e serious d'ffl- I (Continued from Page One) 'I
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O".ld., irf CH4. au y, I ..... nM! ; .. .'' AMn Chiplcr of ...GE"a I 'i vacuum tank for which he obtained forChristmas New Huilding Construction
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Mrf J. U Ballard l| WM rentwUd tome IMOOO In royaltieslie .
Henson Electric Has
Twenty-one hundred pounitiof F.H.A.
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: president of the Mftlrodlitfi and Mn Chan had been I Repairs
,.. . ... ... 1 mullet 'in ant run wtrt caught > lon.ry Society ... married for 43 year They came .
Shutters
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r.o, ni .. .M., A rata, Maas, . by E J. PaotMl. In the .bury I I Pliilco Appliances Ventilated
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Junior deportment of the Rapllci. 'Mrp.. J II Dixon him l ., watcher, rlnkt
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Winter Tog ..Mints/. Hchoul hM ban orgin- 'rlllrklly III .1! "UHI homo ol her I Survivors are a brother Ray- rllvertvare (both Hterllnf George N. McHugh ContraclorBISCANE
,hued by Mi*. O I. Gault . 'augher' Mn R O Shore.. :' TK>nd B Chum or Midland Mich., and plated) Imported eel. ,
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Florida I. Corhran Vim'nl> Dnrwy. Cccell I, F: Clo e and. \\'Imh'', ,\ "i>cnl'hnnknirtvinii at Bay City Mich.. and Mrs
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Mr. and Mr., Wm Dented oiHlfland tmtday guests at the horn of Mn ..... Rem ef Philadelphia rick-i parent, Mr and Mr. W. I LEADER.BNTBRPRISE Friday, Dec 2, W49AjtR -& .
!i Park, HU are house Mr. and Mn Casper WUIIaaw. and children. Wendy and B. Myrlek tower Homestead

.ueata of John T. ritxOibbons olTalbort were their _-B-lw and .......- Craig, are apendlna\ ; aeveral' week: .........ta.. .. *i/ht-.Mr. Ui the area Hannah. torajr, Dave Kufeldt,
I rd who returned for th ter. Dr and Mr*. BJ. OrahaMof hen with Mrs. ___1 parent, w Kenneth Doherty Fred JUdd,'
In and Ground -.oil )OtIItNay, Pahofcee. and the .tour Orehenchildren. Mr and Mr Jo*. Bayer. Ww Mr..and Mr*.. J W. Button and SIn. David author Sullivan, Jr. and
.ayr It effected to arrive before! ah,...*. JlflMty and. \\J, are 111 of flu Frank' larch. of Hanjatsaa. Mrs.Martha. .
__ lilt QtfUtmat tMlMay Mir .t .item agate after *.in M the I MM P. NeafM WM
Recent vlaitor to the WriIt I..loot week at bat. ham M farm Ov.Ur of tVrtea and
Lwetaa Kratua, eke accompanied betide* to Atlanta
Included John F. Rohn of freeMount. Mr.. J. K. BMer of fepmor drI I Mtt1LJAMES Chas Stonlon at Tee ef..kr. Bur'
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1M1Men her, bat returned to
Homestead Neb.. Out. E. Hitter ot under treatment for a broken bar home to Philadelphia' Mrs. Dorts Stewart and her ....................-.......... pry pit"Nre." : OleO Conway
Chicago, Harold Adams and hip at Dade County Hospital.Mr I of Miami. ,
brother L. Page, both of Tureen, ARCHER SMITH _
art L. Stevens of Macon, Rob-I
Joe Blfipar has returned to HOSPITAL NEWS a in*
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Sanford
.. Howard J. Thompson of T. Smith Allen of '
York City and Theodore Busy and her am, Wm. UMhtley. have UalreraHy" of Florida after spendIng ........I..........,.........I..I I M IMM. Met M *( MMM I* mane t i
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: Mr. and Mrs Robert ZadunaJ- Mr. and Mrs A. F. Arthur the holiday .her with his ViOlinass
I mouah of Baltimore. returned home alter a visit here :=.. ..1JC:: : : ., ,
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all, have arrived from Orwell. o. moved. Tuesday Into the Blaraynedr I at the home of Mr and Mrs. parent, Mr... and Mr.*. Roy Sincor Seamless Copper Tubing To Mr and Mrs. Frank Marino Iy11e 1M tr.fl* het" .. ......,, .-.
and locate residence they purchasedfrom : 1 . .
to purchase: property 0. INS.IaN A. Y
Fred 3. Fuohi and Mr and Mrs.. ..... ...
Nicholas Constantine of Hallnn- Nov H. .
Mr and Mr*. T. Paul Haley, I of Homestead, a eat on MY ras I. a.54enkd M
her* ) dale plaited here Hit week with O. II, Sullivan..' Mr. Allen I il a I rr To Mr and Mr*. Jack Wateon ... ""LIp. nrt.a M .... ........
: I rn-t. ;:J. Fuchs and Mn.Sullivan. Thanksgiving guest of Mr and Psi... M I sal. Tla/lw Pori,
Eddie Pepplu of Halnlln dr. Meter of Tavemler, a ton on Nov M -
I Lt and Mr Clarence Froarherre Mrs. W. U. Mills returned Mrs. Frank M Kent were Capt a tefrlterattoa. enrtreAateanetlv H.-.t.
parent of a daughter, Marguerite home Sunday after undergoing and Mr*. Roy Keeler of (oralsblee To Mr and Mr* Phonic Kerleyof rhw. CM...Uw y.oei.5ll.e 0._. (..as..., !.M.>.,Moo.0 ,
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Moreau born Nov. ( In major turnery. In St. Luke \Hoe-, Or, B Y, Pennlngton, Lake :. and eon, John,. and Mr C RetlaeeasealQeaeral Homestead, a ton on Nov. 14 I ... ,.m..r UM Kf... fHT..-
Annopoll where Lt Froncher, pile) In New York City end convalescing ' Wales; physician'; pent Sunday In I Mr. W. F. Branlley and daughter ind Mr* M. W. Kent Mr and Mrs. O H. De rue! IKH. H._.. _55.1.1./e.w ,... a.N IM. r
eon of Mr and Mr*. E. A. at the home of relatives Homestead making a study of the Carolyn, have returned Irene C Usealso flhlJlI1 of Miami, a son on Nov. mar hale a 1ePt,ew .=:. t. Y1..51: floe ,
Froacher Is doing post graduate I In Alexandria, Va area with the Ides of locating Fort Myers where they visited R, O. Johnson and Richard 28.To .. .. C anlr t itaMk 1.'let to. ..'Mea
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I here M a general pr.ctllloner.I I Mn Drantleya parent, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick CM- UK liwtwr rwcnw Uw
work The Fro eh.r. have a two- Coomb of New Hampshire anhouse .? or all Mei. ehkh w o w
I I.l Mrs. J. F. Bauoom tonguay of Homestead, a son on aaVS .
year-old eon, Torrey Mrs. M. F White a patientIn guest this week of Mr tut to a. r a
Dade County HospitalMr Mr. and J.fra. Atones O. Allen' Johnson uncl* end aunt Dr. and Copper Water Service Nov. 10.Medical. .ate InU A, (eeawelikw 5.,4e..... +
Dr. and Mn A. Kenneth have arrived from Watervllle N'I I Frank Irwin Jr.. ot South Miami Mr*. C F Robinson Mr Landun Pal *"s'" ....- Tnr. .M
Hawks of New Orleans are announcing and Mn V. E. B-echsm Y.. to make their. home here ) ''ion of Mr. and Mn Frank !. 1ft. .tr.1I lit lenithaaad Carney, Mrs.patient Wm.: King*( Mr*. &10111=:.. 054.1
the birth on Nov 11 of of Anniston, Ala, ire parents of and ten Allen will live In their 'I N. Irwin of Homestead, underwent Mr. and MrtTw. K. Cager of II a coUv-Tm K L 1
an eight-pound twelve-ounce ion, ', daughter Anita Marie born on trailer until they can build a surgery on Wednesday I Cleveland have been pending
Alfred KennethxJr Dr. Hawks Nov. 18. Mr. George Pitts of home. I morning in Jackson MemorialHospital tome time la Homestead
U a ion of Mr. and Mrt Edwin Homestead mother of Mrs. i I DIRECT MILL SHIfMENT
!t. Hawket,of Goulds l3l''iham., and Mn Walter Fraeur Edw.\ Waterman of Gutenberg, Mr. and Mn: Erwin Myrlck and OR FROM LOCAL STOCK Announcing
I ( an aunt returned home 111. was a business. visitor here Mrs.. Clara Stead of Laming ;hildrtn have returned home after. i
I i James Sullivan, student al University Sunday after a three-week visit this week. Mich., has returned Homestead\ pending the Thanksgiving holidays I
. ot Florida spent Thanksgiving al the Beecham home MnBoechem I I for her regular winter visit She I In Lakeland with Mr My

f here with his parents Mrand U the former Mist Anita -. I week Fred In Redd Pratt i li General a patient Hospital this spent the summer In Silver ..............''I E. J. Morrissey
Sullivan Merle Jenkins of Homesteadft
11f1. O. H. Spring, Md. .. I Restaurant
,in Coral Cablet. Sanders'
Brooks 111CcS Thou dpi
Holiday guesu Mr and !lfn.I ion Of Mr and
M'h"J'otnRe:
W. H Rowe were Mr. Rowel Reed, wit returnedhome RL I, Ilex 401-C, Homestead
I daughter MID Daphne !Rowe I Tuesday after a two-week
and Gregg Caldwell I of Tavarei lllnest it the home of his grandmother S
Mn A. J. Dubreuil of I Successor to PASCO'SRegular

Mr. and Mr. J. R. Rutland and I Miami Henson Electric: liasIIOTlOINT
their daughter, Miai Ruth, spent Mara.- CompletelyEquipped I
the Thanksgiving holidays In MID Dcllinger, ,
Wildwood with Mr. Rutland bet of Mn W. M Lee. ( dIU.h-1 I Grove APPLIANCES: S Meals. . c: 'vS .
week-end !In Miami at the ... .
brother and lLat.r-ln-law. Mr Prlnrelon, Ph. 41} < .1
of Dr and Mrs Sidney H. Davies caretakers '
and Mn. M. L. Rutland. Mini
.tu' r c Rutland went to Wildwood from a* a guest of Miss Kathryn Davies i ., Steaks Chops Sea hood ri.a ri.' ;

Tallahassee where she Is a itu- -- : 5S
lent at Florida State University Mr. and Mrs Sheldon Lindsayand .C ,. la. carteHomemade
children Pamela G.IInd\

Bill Jacobs and Miss Barbara Sheldon Jr.. returned Sunday to F.GRORIIIOMESTEAD Pies
St. Petersburg ? TYPEWRITER JONES
Parrott students it University of their home In ,
fWith health, evcrythlrt" I It. '"rre orple.IUte at Miami, are expected to spend the Beach: after spending the Thanks- FLA.

;:without., it, noth: ;; l: :latctcr week-end here at the home of living holidays here with Mn. Phase 11-R Caa d* year work a* well" and aireanenable S No Alcoholic'l Beverages
sister
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t Dill l parents, Mr and Mri Adrian Lindsay brother-in-law n any'.res. Why 'Pf'nd<
\ -If mar be, !il enjoyable it ( : : .l'net the Jacobs I Mr. and Mn Earl Byrd ..' rear money lilt elbows' Keep I"

greatest of follies Is ta( sstf:.: ' !:rosy 1 some and "w oakh HeneaUcd grew

!I other kind ol happincsr'r, ,'. i bet bet Mrs., Mil's Othella Theresa Redd, Spent and the daugh-hoi- beught All make told ef end typewriter rrpalred. : U. S. 1 Just North of HomesteadAcross

-for gain, advancerrcr" $0, May In Oibsonton as guests of I
1 let alone, then, for 1 f..c: :\ru." advised Mrs, Redd son-in-law and Poinsettias New. portable typewriter' aa* from Shell Shop
machine
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I Arthur Schopenhauer.At ; .. daughter, Mr and Mr* Raleigh
5. CriftisMr All work guaranteed Estimates
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pharmacists, w I given free I
prescriptionKtant and Mrs. Bell McCrealy .
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measures Important to I for XmasOrden fI
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.department me have r, Ktant drug (rom have arrived to spend the winterIn I r. O. Bo. 124 '

all over the worlJ T.' . :iici represent the Joel J. Robinson apartment Phone 116-K Dr. F. P. Archer Jr.
; at 1S. W. _Fir.t it Mr. MeCready ef trees and ahruba totaling tit If more ,
p the community1 err inj )rout pre'a
li a brother of James S I ,
icripuoDi to us it. ;. McCready Homestead.\ planted free, .f charge. --- ------ -- OPTOMETRIST

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AIR CONDITIONED Mn Joseph Pawlak of Miami, For a PperUIUIng In rtamlnallnu ef the Lye and Cent,""
(he former Mill Betty Dot Wrightof .

I' I Dade Redland County, Hospital U _critically\ Mr*Jaw ill In* ,. J DOLLJMURSESIESU; Insurance COMPLETEt Service: ?- Optlral. -Prescription..... .'terries.- .(............ .._.. .. ,

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I . . OPEN HOUSE HELD ON GOLDEN WEDDING
[ Social Events in South Dade . . Fifty were present. at the sand
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of Sacred Heart Church Monday I

night In It* clubhouse for benefit "Seventy-seven friend caned to I companiment played by Mn, M.C j

of Lincoln Memorial Hospital. congratulate! Mr and Mn D. ODevto . Lawrence, and Janice Johnson
MllS. R. A. MALLARD TELLS OF HER HORS Among the other present were ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF BBTROTHAL Prix wtmwn Included Mr*. who celebrated their goldenIveddlng sang Second Minuet" accort* Jate

I RESTORATION OF FINE OLD FURNITURE Mr. and Mn WHIard E Dilley.I OF MARIE CONNOR HENRY( PETERS JIG I John B.lfe, Mr*. Latria" Dingle. anniversary Susxley.. afternoon pMlmeat played .by her mother,.,
Mr. T. ,Mr. and KUard Chestererenseo
and Mn. E. Stadlg Mn R. R. Mrs. at an open house In the Mn. Howard L Johnson. Tile. .tt 1
Mr*. H. F Buihnell Mr, and Mr* T. Randolph Jonet, home of their con-to-law and! traditional wedding marche and
The .rt and the thrill of r*. pill from Mrs. Caves hand-cfaf I Mrs. T. J. FlUgerald, Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mn.. Charles) Fredrick service in Die navy, he recently Mn. Morris Btttton, Mr. Leonard "'UIbMr.. and Mr. Virgil e program of twptial musk were .' Band
storing" pieces of old furniture claws who had applied colorant Xlngman" Mrt. F. 1. Lottlch, Mr*. Connor of Homestead are announcing returned from Venezuela after I Bonnier, Mrs Ferris Mlnner Lett Arrangement of fold and played by Mr. and Mrs. Devil"
end of making them Into cher luster by the Dresden process.Mrt A B. Brown, Mr, t. T B. MeDrey the engagement of their completing one.year contract ly, Mr Harry O'Neal., Mrs Frank : while chrysanthemums and gladioli : granddaughter, Veil and Ann
Chii. A. Colllni exhibited Mr. Henry Crewdson, daughter, Zeus Marie, tfl HenryC. with Gulf Oil Oempany.HOMESTEAD Navlllo and 101..., Irving Wechsler were used decoration of Lett.
i "hedft..II".1I\ the theme of original figurines from a Seminole Mn. Sanh Hostetter, Mrs. Hen Peter, Jr? grandson of Mr .. the rooms. Wedding cake, coffee and punchwere the
a talk by Mrs R A. Ballard of model mad her husbandA rletts FiUOlbbons, Mn Margaret and Mn. A. J. Campbell of I dies
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GROUPS Prayer war offered by the Rev. served by Mrs. A. A. Bus- ,
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Silver Palm dr. it the meeting colorful smock th* club'i' Bowden, Mr*. W. F. Cody, Mrs. homestead The wedding will PERRINE John H. Whitt, pasta of First ley, Mrs. A. D. Smith and Mrs "p
of Homestead Art Club at the M. Paul World, Mrs. Fairfield Rock. take place In the near future.A I Conth.
gin to Mrs Ralph\ Done, |Immediate HELP: TO ENTERTAIN; AUXILIARY HEADS Baptist Church of which Mr. and Pete Morgan ,
horn of Mr, and Mrs A. Frank part president, war pre- Mri E. R. Bogart. M/* Sue Smith native of Homestead, th* Mrt. Devil an member Duringthe Mr. and Mrs. Davis moved hereI T
Webb Monday evening. seined by the president Mn. Kenneth Link, Mr* 1L JI:. bride-to-be war graduated teemHomestead I e .
afternoon,, Mrs.. Dexter Horn In VDU from" Johnson City, 111,
Using drawer from" I varietyof Mn Maud E. Chandler,tnost I Inns Mr. W. I. Lewis, Mr*.I High School In IM* The Homestead\ and the Penln.Amerle.n Othella the local F. Redd auxiliary and MY were*. Frank Mrs r sang "Because: ind 'Sweetest where they had made their home ; eattioh,
her chest end cabinet restore active painter In the club r*> Ruth Campbell Mn. Irving Wtch ii president of the senior class.She Legion auxiliaries joined 'Story Ever Told" to >piano ac I since their marriage In 1898.
lions to Itlustnte the point she calved a pink carnation corsage ales, Mrs. Frank Kent, Mist I I. employed a* chashlcr! ai with the South Miami auxiliaryIn B.RUO. --- eon
made, Mrs. Dullard la candid,' In honor of her Tlih birthday. II Bertha Nlll Hausman Miss Helen. Seminole Theatre. entertaining' on Thanksgivingnight A. Air
FiUOlbbons, Mia Ruth Winter honor of Mr*. V. V. Allison MR. AND MRS. Ft'CHS ir
Vivid and Interesting fashion war presented by Mn. Ben *, The future bridegroom ha In
told oT the Joys end the difficultly , Archer who read 'Portrait of I Dr. Frank Hauimkn, Mr. Webb lived la Homestead most Of his department vice-president' of i iDetkh.m. GIVE DINNER PARTY Tadn
connected with her hobby. Lady," i tribute In vera which ,Mr. Caves, Mr. Heliterman and If*. A veteran of three. yean of the southern area, and Mr*. Ralph I Thanksgiving dinner guests ol flUff JIHIOKt, watt III' ASeyrDR 'Nfj/r, iy
Sh was introduced by Mrs. Rob Annie Mayhew FlUpalrlck bad Mr. Archer Tenth District president Mr, and Mn Fred J. Fuchi, Jr, ill.
ert J. Helstermsn, program chairtnin. written in, M.... Chandler' honor The club will hold open house CIVIC WORKERS" .VISIT 1 In the new Legion home In of Naranja were Mr. and Mrs. '+,,, billtbt
I
Mr- W J. Cave, president, I a few yean ago .t It* Christmas meeting I p. m> MRS. )LENA LINK South Miami.Mn. Fred J. Fuchi of homestead Mr, HW KIN WAITING fOR THEM .11
a presided.' The hostesses, Mr*. Webb and Dee, It, at the home of the Rev Marie Hemming*, president I and Mn. Casper William of Mo- 'fun( AIM
Figurines, which formed.i Mss Helen Pope served coffee and Mn. F. J.,. Lottlch. Moving Dinner guests of Mrs Lena of the Homestead unit, led dello and Mn T Smith Allen ol ...1: toll
)Urge and varied exhibit for the and fruit cake dices topped with pictures and colored slide are Link Sunday were Mn. Francis I In the pledge to the nag Mr*. Win Sanford and ton William Und NOW THEY'RE ': HERE t ,. tea,
kneeling were provided by pu* whipped cream." promised. I II Iron, former head of Miami J. Geronlmo presented gift to !I.,. Nat
charities, Mn. Lula Mae Harrl Mrs. Allison on behalf of the o off

CLUBWOMEN PRESENT BENEFIT I a'ISCOPALAt1XJUAIY com head of the county federa- auxiliaries. Other present from A TOY FOR BABYA r
workei..illdMn.
II.EIUUNE ton of social{
TO MEET DEC. 9 grab-bos li I simple toy
ORGANIZATION OF BROWNIES T. V. Moore, head of the county I ter.. n
'' B P.W. RUST easy to make and It will delightthe +
The Woman'i Auxllliry St sneer society, vice-president ofthe
WITH PROJECTS I heart of a onetothreeyearold
Perrih Woman' Club will Joan and" Jean Tempter, Anil John's Episcopal Church will holdIt Crime Commission, board uy the Woman' Compan.Ion. '
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December meeting at the homeof member of the chamber\ of .
commerce Cancellation of the December / McLendon's[ f
present a benefit performance of Fowler, Dorothy Stone, DonnlOlldden Better itlll It cost pr.cUe.lI :
Mrs Lee H. Lehman of E. and federation of womln'l'flubl
meeting of Homestead
BUllneill '
"Calling All Stan" by the pupils Shirley Olldden Thtlm ) nothing.
Avocado dr. at 2:30 Friday afternoon and recent .
of the Lorraln dine studios atB Phillip, Miry Ceclle Penny, : Soropllml.t and Professional Women's Club You'll need an ordinary paste-
:IS Monday evening In Porcine I Judith Ann Lasenby, Sandra Dee. 9. : regional head. was voted by members Monday board carton about two feet I 9 s. 'It;rome Ave.Atsewela6 .
; Mr. Link, proprietor of Camp night on account of the press of .
school auditorium announce Penny and Sandra Algea. square Glue down the loose
1IIi'"IIIII' '''' ['::1 1111 III !! 111111:11111": "" ; '
Mrs. Ceo Young, club finance Mr. Cooper served cookie and Happy, I I. slowly recovering from the club's proposed December activities laps, paint the outside with gay ,1fMt1fN Mill ./ t
Chairman punch. Perrine a serious Illness.MRS lacquer and trim It with a few
The club II I of a Drown- BRANDENBI'RO Final plan were mad for thetub's transfer design In one end cut
sponsor
benefit to rail fund for a hole big enough for the ,
I. troep which was orgnnl/ed (ant COLORED SLIDES KOfGIIT By MRS. JOHN W. CHAFER I 18 W.8C.S. HOSTESS its t clinic project, at Lincoln Memorial I to stick his arm In. Then Ml baby the
Julia
iweek. with Mrs Wyatt aiIeidt I
FOR GARDEN tLl'B SHOWING Mrs. H. L Brandenburg led a Hospital 1 1 the political I 11PBFSSFJ 1- :
..and Mrs Randall Penny : box with an assortment of the
tia co-leader. Persons who have colored tilde rhone Perrine No. UM study of Japan at an allday'ml'f'lInll ally on Dec I In the city ballpark j useless Junk children love.empty i

Tailing the Brownie pledge atthe are. Invited to bring them for Tuesday of the First and the canasta parties on spools, large bolt with nut on
Methodist W. S. C. S at her home Dec. 6 and Dec. 13 In Sacred
bowing at the meeting of them, discarded costume jewelry,
,i meeting at the home of Mri. upper " I ' ; [ III II : : II'' at 1036 N. W. First ave. '
Worth' Cooper, the club' Girl South Dade Garden Club at t:39 lend clubhouse. Preliminary ar* empty plllbojes, small toys and fOR Jf111ilfate
t The Porcine A covered dish luncheon waiserved angement were made for the I
Civic League
Scout chairman, were' Elizabeth: Monday evening In the garden plan. such.You
Ann McDowell Margaret Ivey, center at RedUnd Fruit and Spice I benefit mulligan upper for Dec. to the I 11 members presentby annual Christmas party slated for can be lure that baby will
Park. The slides will be projectedby II In Perrine Community House. Dec 20.Ten I never tire of thrusting hi* arm rrlafe1-. ; .
{ Frank W. Stillman who will Mn. O. P. usher of Valdocta Mr, Eula Hunter who will members were present deep Into a grab-box, scrounging outs
FRIENDSHIP CLl'B TO MEET I It present tccnlo view not Included, I. visiting Mr. and Mr. E. L. Visit here a few day about and triumphantly bringing
'VITII tilts JOAN AGNEW In hi* showing taut week Knight and other selslives.Mr The Rev. and Mrs. H, a Flutter 1111.1..1..11..1..... .. forth a surprise ,i, l/'lJ. cllJIill
t Mr*. John Agnew of Silver I The December business meeting *. E. L. Knight, Jr., and ion, have returned from the Bap. I Dr.)) Leonard W. JIasldn I i l L
film! M, will be hoitem to Red of the club will be held Bill, arrived Friday from Jack' tint state convention at Daytona a.IlsIe hi F,. RimiliuUtM g
Innd Friendship Club at 8 o'clock sonvlll for a short, visit with Beach f riltlnH4 *ti.tlrintGLASSES d I Benson Electric Hag
:Monday night. During the absence REDLAND CLUB Mr, and Mn. E. L. Knight, 8rMr Mr. and Mr*. Clay D. Huffman, I
of Mr. Harmon Keen, Mr. Agnew FIGURINES *. Knight met Chief Petty Of- parents of Mn. Blanton Owi i I HI N. E. let 8t.. Miami, Flo.PHONE : HOTPOINT
Will serve. e* secretary of the club.IIU'E PAINTS fleer Knight In Jacksonville when Icy, ere pending the winter hereand f '......... Alp CaaUllue i APPLIANCES
j Mr, Robert Amldon Initructed he flew in from Argentla lN y.:* will occupy the house vacated t-SKI i. Princeton, Fh. 441
MRS. TO FNTFRTAIVAT 1 It member of the Redland Horn foundland where he has beenon by Mr. and Mr* Paul Van 111111111,1.11.1,11,11,111ILIM
Demonstration Club In the paint navy maneuvers for the pail Landlngham.
CIRCLE Ll'NtlllON: log of figurine Friday In the two month Chief Knight ha Mr. and Mr. Guy Morrl have ,

Mr* D. A. Blue of W. Coconut Lion Den.Membtra. proceeded to Roosevelt Road, returned home after I week' .
film dr. will be hostess to m m. present were Mr*. J. P. R, to await order for a tram visit at the home of their ion Benson Electric Has t
hereof Circle One of the Women A. Rotherham\ Mr. J. W. Jensen, fer to Jacksonville naval air Ray Morrl ': THE SENSATIONAL
ef Homestead Presbyterian Church Mr. S. L. Knox, Mrs Ruth Sweet bIi... Mr and Mrs J. B Carmichael i
et covered dish luncheon meet Mr* M. Steder Mr*. R. W. Mark Mr. John W. Chafer and Mr*. have returned from a trip to Philco Appliances e'

log at t o'clock Thursday. ness, Mr. W H. Douglas, Mr*. B. Mrrtle-M. Radley spent Thank Klngsland, Ga. ,' i
-- E Vlhlen, Mr T. H. Orl..., Mr*. giving, Day 'with Mn and Mr. XIwyn : Mr. and Mrs. L T. Pearson and FrlBctUa. Fh. IIS Q
} J $.Jan.jn, Mr Mprtln H, Pf"l, E. M.}'Kfdjev.and_ .!family! InMlalhl. tin JL ,W. Pearson spent a week! '5'' estiri
MIL AND MRS TOM VAJJN tithing at Bonlta Spring II
Mr*. J. H. Grigg. Mn. E. 1.Summenett ..
HIVE FAMILY DINNER: Mn. Frank Nowlin, Mr. and! Mri. George Cadman I

Mr. and Mn. ;T, Tom Vann Mr. Del Wood, Mr, O. W. Robcrtinn and family were Thanksgivingguett
woreJio
t Thanksgiving Day at a family Mr. R. A. Holme, Mr*. Anderson of Mr. and Mn Raymond A Store Full of I ,
B. 0 Dntes and Mr E.: A. Car H. of Miami. ,
*
dinner at their home, M N .
W. fifth it. The guett wen Mr ter. Miry Summenett and Frances his George Cadman.III. celebrated O.RY T ,. ' \ ,
eighth birthday Nov. 30. Mrs.George 14t.V"
Mr. of Grlgg were visitor
and O. I. Gault Miami Cadman attended
a stork Christmas Gifts /
and their daughter Mss Martha, shower for Mr*. Cheater Abney "
Thanksgiving dinner of A
Mr. and Mr Wayne Adam and guests In Coral Gable ,
eons, Tommy and Bobby, Mr and Mr, and Mn. Lewis Abbott Were John H Farmer of Orlando \ .-. Q '
Mrt Millvrd Cadill and childrcn. the Rev. and Mr F. J Lottlch -
visited relative here over the
Billy and Rebecca, and and Mr. and Mr*, Frank W Still, holiday

Eddie Adam and IOn Jon.._ I man Mr,, Marie Peter of ValdoiUla
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visiting her sister, Mrs. Walk 1
er Fowler, for a week. J JII'
I Mia France Walker of Tampa I-

{: Novelty Sport PrintsFor I visited her parents; Mr..and Mrs wad A..........' Dry A..n,1II .
F W, Walker Ut week. '
I THI wunNOHOUII IN THI WSITINOHODIIIAUNDIOMAt
George Slrmana of Perrine and
Shorts Shirts, etc. : Dr. E. J. Hall of Miami hunted ClOTHII PSYIelaQ
on the west coast last week and

49c to 69c yd. brought home two turkey anda
of .
meat quail.Thanksgiving
came to several )

't Webber- & Wollam Fabric Shop needy famlllea brought when' gift the of schoolchildren food as ;, J-- .I eel

and filled several basket. WDtaI1Ylg .

25 South Krome Avc.i Mr. and Mr.. Robert HU of
Miami Shore it* Thanksgiving f
dinner with Mr and Mr*.. JohnW. I
r Evan i
Mr*.. Alice Culln of Coconut
Grove and Henry Herendeen were .t
Thanksgiving guest of Mr. and ,
Sd ta Says: Mrs. Augustus Salnt-Caudena. \
Mr. and Mr. James Dbollttfe: Luiihieiv.'C4Pq&SAYS
have returned from I visit In

M Belle Glade. Whether It be watches. Jewelry, lumf, run :
Mr end Mrs. W M. Poole of
Only 22 ,shopping i Cartenvllle, Ga, ere visiting at musical Instrument, clock er flohlng Ucklow peerless HOT WATER ..SOAP This WeMlagboos I. the ONLY Clothe ,
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the home of their on-lnlw and *) have It. Our low price, will cease yes.I Dryer that shuts off AUIOM TlCAU.Y .
days until Christmas Mulllns.daughter Mr and Mrs. O. C Ex LwasMogacdoewakadsba Iraolog.Clotkts wbe doth. are diy ox |JUI right fo*, ' -

NO BOLTING I* its fleel-leiulli. 1
Marvin Py has returned from ANYWHERE are ...teabldrl< SOFT..
I but do yourshopping' Wilmington, N. C. 'UJ'pY - '
NEIL'SMoney
;
Mr. and Mn. Richard Lynn Soiled water dnte AWAY fcoe. dotkea.FIVEYEAR b
the have moved to Knoxville GUARANTM o* ib* SealedifrSml No nor WORK or WEATHER
easy Mrs R E.: Chafer baa returned TRANSMISSION. WORRIES.
home after pending *IX month to Loan ea Anything ef Value,

way In Craig Healing .Spring! In Ro
15 S. Krome Ave. Phone 118
Ad Today 01 before buy. Phone
WthedrugAmI anok. Va. She war accompanied 1 proof you .

i1 I .i today for M aichial dementlratlon. ; I II I I D Dl

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WINDOWS 4 'L2 Ad Tetley 61 proof Mf. ye* 'buy. Phone "- l '

I *t today fer CM tidwil demMilrallen. ;
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\\ COsauTlCl t lAN1sAa,1l woeatl. MYOks '
I Aluminum "-nlnr a Steel Casement.! : 1111 yOUCAH8ESURE.IFlTSGAMlJPpp..!! i ;

DIXIE DRUG Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double-Hun- 'I "e.
Westin4ghouse f
Rom h Aluminum Jalousies Romfh Claw Jalousies /
Phase 21 w. OdITIrv

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I Pianoforte and Theory Bass & Sons I -. .

IC Vtolla Xrlophott n MWUe r I no" COOK Ve.netesd i
Xaaager
Sect L Deg It*. Be.Mie4 Fke iu-M.d raoxx art RACIER AT ROM* '

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-EAIi 1t.1NTERPRISE Friday Dec. 2, 19 9-1 to New York and hack on a tank I 10 acres on Bauer dr |I50 an rrpert watch< and jrneliv repair.
of gas oriiinally\ carried .e Al1YER'fLSN'C tar... 10 amen e*, Eymer* ..... ...., All wet* gurant4l Neil%
: passes sere but has been converted 1 I $159 ad acre Lot on Radland) rd. II 8 atrom Phone" J 118. (ol4-tf)
n$ r sentative8 of Homestead High to carry M The circling eIII.IIt: : near Bauer dr, $Wt. J M. Bauer

' tour of the field for a landingon Rl I, Boa 4M-B, nomai4a4. Fta.P W* buy, a.n red bile pea) uAptetols
: Pay Visit to International Airport. runway 17 wee a lilllo rough _- 111 ..... ( .) of all kind Nets, I 18 K
due to the air pockets and itaeemed / .t
>ana** Phone I 118. (tel4 ()
to take a long time Our 'mediate Service
l-btdroam CBS home
t on largelot
f.-m HOLBtUtt formaUen ae to how a night la I
night/ lasted flft minter.When
...... .* tbktsrbe. conductet > I I .. Ordw y. holUa- turk**; now. ,, fireplace den knotty pine Homestead Glate Co. OUa* f*
we went to visit 5ntenAir Bwhanje DUvw4ea to MHt your 4 nvn- welt, lane kitchen' lIunc1r7I'OOIft all W* do aWltibataaiM

refcr rfereniativ" of HOTM- UM Ceptehs Hems, our pilot, and Line ..* war divided at tow I Reasonable Prices .-For.............. ...........-. !tense. Live M dretaed. Webber's price ..,,.., ,.. purpoaa and flatMg tt tf, *?
.lead High School Rennl Marks crew were contacted by group of eight/ for a tour of their 1 Farm Phone 7tt-R-4. (nI8-tf) See ECHOE JORDAN l8r N. )(some. Phone .ITI.DOBR8 >
phone. AU mechanical difficulties! repair shop Our guide began N* .t the tenth grid, Calvin ".Iet. ahd weather condition were with the OonHeUaUon engine Workmanship: For trad for Income property In
ron'of.the eleventh grade, Bobby checked by the flight control They have eight' cylinder and Quality Miami" IM ft highway frontage, For sale: 1M1 special d* lose ) normal permanent wavk{

fehowalUr d th/ twelfth grade, maintenance crew The pilot calls develop SMO h.p. per engine with two-bedroom frame house Chevrolet! sedan with radio NICELY FURNISHED t-bed Not taster not cheaper bUlbettor.
the control tower which! conduct These entnee'are overhauled M ; duple with rurnWied aj>U, all heater. S,1. Deklnaon,100 N W 1'00II'Oft""lent to Ruth lUlrdreasIng StudM,
.nd Gerritt jloldrum editor of OVERHAUL anvenlenre See all traffic on the field for take. every 1000 .hours. and the UC-3 ENGINE rtorei and Post Office: located ,
|th' Hohlacho, atao of the off information engine are overhauled every 0 Collins. Federal Highway and 01t acre with many large r

eleventh grille, together with A* w* taxied across the field 1200 hour. They change all fourdnginee BRAKE SERVICE Biscayne dr. at Moddlo. No phone CONCRETE BLOCKS! ,, tit sire BEARING AVOCADOS, milrellancoui HARDEN-Hauling, landapapWC
rephstntatlve from other Did our.I instructor gave ui tome information at the lame time There O calla. (n25)) Druce's Block: Co, NirarJa, flee fruits and shrubs topsoil potting soil, sand reck
Cbdnlt] Khooll Including Booker, about the position of are two typea of Constellallona. MOTOR TTJh'E'UP Phone 113.FLOOR There Is also a nice QUEST till Ph. 14J-R. Write Itt 1 I< Box 1
_.. .........._
T. Washington end Carver colored the wing naps for Uke-off. When The L748 and the LI/-7. The four 0 ***** COTTAGE. All this tor only 14-A. Uornestead.
athool. vlilttd' the Miami Inter airborne, w* released tur engine of theee plane drink 320 WONT END ALIGNMENT For Rent SANDING and F1NISH- H.500-TIRMS!
lately
Bition.1 Airport to get Information belts and were' allowed to move I gallant of gas an hour. W* visited . .....--......-.......................... INa Install oak and pin noon,
concerning the Herald essay around. Our official altitude was all the maintenance divisions, Including PAINTING asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum PLEASE let( ui show you this GROVE MOWING Carl Endlleh,
contest, "Mliml'l International 3,000 feet and no other planet the engineering depart o For rent-Cottage, modl'rn..In.. Day ph. 511-W: night 157-W. outstanding l-bedroom t-bath Itt 1, Dos 489, Homestead hwy.(old'.
Air .derahlp.-JIow to Promote vere allowed 1,000 feet aboveor I ment, the fabric chop with Iti BOOT AND rENDEKREFAIR furnished yearly rentaL Adult home In OUTSTANDING LOCATION Lttchworth place, King )
If. below us. Thl I It managed by neat coven: \life rift, maywnt ) only. J.. C. Malone Halnlln dr. pEAUTtFUL ORCHiD availableat The home has many I Phone 5W-X-W.: (fell I)
The representative met at the the control tower. I and other Item mid of fabrics, e Ph. eHJ-S. (pdJ) aU time Homestead Floral aelctom-found extrai and there
admlnlitratlon building In Miami The cruising speed of this DC-4 I the electric shop hydraulic shop SEAT CO'USvrnOUTUI1'lO and Gin Shoppa 123 N.W. 4th it, U also' a tenant house on the fLOOR SANDING and FINISHING -
it f o'clock: : and boarded a school (If 260 miles per hour and the tire shop (brakes and wheel o f-room apU ground floor Phone and Gin Shoppe, 833 N. W. Snd SO-acre tract which has about I Install oak and pine floor,
but td tbl airport Arriving at milling speed of the i1C-61i 300 alignment, tire recapping) and 570-J noon and night Prefer eve (iJtf) IS acre In EXCELLENT alt phalt and rubber tile, llnoltua.O .
the airport, we got on'a National lilies per hour When we were cleaning department, welding o permanent renter ((pdl-tf) GEARING. AVOCADOS This y ph." tll-W; aighta 187-W. I

Airline DC-4. Our guide told ui about IS to 20 mllei at pea w* shop, paint shop, plating shop CNDERCOATmOrOKCELAINIZTNO ....._.......... ....... home I I. BEAUTIFULLY fUR.NISIIED .
that w.* would receive the courtesy were milling 188 miles per hour (where lead, tine emma etc., o cabin For Sale Real! Estate and the grove 'provide W* DO reliable watah repalrin ;
-
For Furnished for
rent
given regular passengers of air speed and were Informed that are applied), radio shop developing ;: ...... ...... SPLENDID INCOME. A Ar-
: mldd le-a-H couple) CII... Sul- .................... Wood Jewelry, McCrory
National Airline, Before laboratory ( STEAL at
design equip 0LUBRICATION
; takeoff thli equaled 250 mllei per hour f.MO-Termi. e.d. (aUU)) P
; I liven, Ph S3. ( )
received meet), for phamphleti pd2)
In print ahop
time'we tome ground speed. The DC-4 can fly For tale: 1 bedroom CBS home
and ticket., carpenter! shop, machine 0GENERAL HOW'.ABOUT THIS 20 111'
acre I
f I shop and !personnel office REPAIRS Ready for Rent-1 imill stores or t 100x133 about 20 months old on grounds with 0 of plnclond and near Krome Barrel
)Eastern and Pan American Air III offices( in Leader-Enterprlw ave of or If :IOu need anything 'visit\
C I ., ; Genuine I building Krome and tile roof tiled bath tiled kitchen 12-y-ir-old BEARING the Shop! W* buy mat
Swap
Flagler
cor
Llnei have the largest repair A \( BUMPER-TO-- LIMES ((14 8-Inch wells). $11,. 1
.. : shops and mike 10 per cent of !' BUMPER SERVICE -moit prominent location In lalousfcrd porch porte corhere 900 It1 the total prlcel tresses In good condition, 8toya<
fruit tree Price $10,800, Terms,
J ,; 'Buick-Pontiac their parti 6 lomestaad. Vniurpaised location Ice boxes etc The Swap Shop.

By the ,time "'* finished the BUDGET PLAN IT DESIRED for real estate dealer lawyer, HIA.See, ECIIOE JORDAN l-bedroom CBS horn,on large 117 S. nailer Ave Homestead.. .
tour of .the shops It war t o'clock PAY AS TOU'DRIVL doctor, eto.-Apply Le.de..lnt.prlal. I lot outside city. Ot'cupled'but Phone 46* {
Registered Broker Ph. 769Jd.
Parts and we went to the Pan American 0WRECKER ( ) not quit complete GOOD .
Air Lines care for lunch. SERVICE! BUY .' 13,8001!> W* buy old gold Teeth, old rings
After lunch we visited reserve 0 Room and board, $12 wk Ph. watchei, etc:. Ncll'a, U S. Xrom1.
Ail lion control department.The 503-S (m20tf) 3-bedroom house, large corner SO acre on the East Clod at Phone 111 (o4-U)
Service Hakes airport cover 2800 serer lot $010 down balance like the unbcllevnbla price of

ft land. It rates first In good Bird Chevrolet Co. ...... .. ............. rent. FHA mortgage, Immediate 10000. Floor Sanding and finishing.
weather conditions and the num. For Sale-l\Iiscellanus\ ) possession. 1333 N. W. let ave, Asphalt and rubber til*. Fhan

GH Cars her t of passengers coming In and 117 N. Krwne AT* .........................., I Homestead. Ph 782. (n4-tf) Kin) COMPLETE REAL 117-W. mehltf)
Lt
J Expert, ,goingout When the Seaboard R.R. moves HomMUad fla. ESTATE SERVICE sea
/It* line of tracks which divide rbene (8 POINTER very Intelligent, partly Livable but not completed 3-bed RICHARD FUCIIS SEE!: ALEX LANIER for well
t. factorytrainedMechanics the field (arrangements for which o trained, I yr. old. Will sacrifice\ I room C & home, $3400 Terms. drilling Corner Krome aye,
cheap. J. C Malone, Halnlln dr., I New CDS: living dining kitchen, Registered Brokeror N.E,10th it Phone 838-W.
there and
live already been made) 22 Years With
build Ph 604.4-3. (pd2)) I I bedrooms, bath, 2 porches, John H. hale Salesman
ire plant to a consolidated
terminal at 201 h street with'a Chevroletiili large car porte Fruit trees etc llll N. Federal Ilwy. .... .......... .....,, ..
: hotel adjoining loll steel equipment trailer; 16* Choir 100' 'location Exceptionallywell Th 118-J or 738-W. Wanted
Paint and ft. bed. Homestead built, exceptional. buy. $8900
BodyWork employed Twelve at thousand Miami International people are Machine tip-clown& Electric: Phone 164.(01If Term P.o.Box BBS .............................: '
Members of Chamberof
Airport. It It estimated that US.* .e ( )) 100 Buslnen frontage with nice8bdroom Commerce1BEDROIM
000,000 dollars are spent In Dade e home turn kitchen Wanted: Man bookkeeper. State
UpholsteryFurniture County by this Industry every Xmas cacti ready. Begonias beau and laundry. Business and stock experience salary Writ P. O. I
t I II the In Box! SOS, Homestead. (dlJ)
yeir It biggest Industry tiful. Come and tee them Mrt which nets 15000 or better an*
South Florid.. One of our guide Maud Chandler, Silver Palm dr.. I nually. $18,100' cash or termi No CBS HOME on I ; J
and IceBox Informed us that this International Benson Electric Has Ind house W. of Tenn. rd. Ph. phone information. acre near U. S. 1 and Home. I Widow, 42, wants place at companion I
f Refinishing Airport it (he only telf I 447-J-l. (dMf) stead; enormous porch. Price to elderly person P. 0. .
: supporting one of which he Philco Appliances ELEANOR ntOStllER, Realtor 7,350, terms Box 88, Goulds. (nl8-U) '
Porcelainizing knows. 247 S. Flagler Ph. 213-J I See ECIIOE JORDAN b
I Bottled Gal Appliance and In.tall.t1olll. i '
Registered Broker Ph. 78t-J .
Princeton Ph. 441 Virgil D. Lyon 38 Printer' Apprentice Wanted -
N Krome are (pd2)) For tale: 80 arks FAST GLADE Trade .4..hoollradullt., two*thlyder ./
Blackburn- Is Speaker FARMING LAND, total price, h...".................. or other young man who know
s'i For Junior Men's ClubA $17000, or will\ rent at $20 acre MiscellaneousRESSMAKINO casts and wants to gala experience c
Farm & Grove Service For sale: Highly bred Doberman
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I Reduce Bruise-resistant Potato Spoilage Stock by, Say Choosing Experts ' !

Don't Let' Anybody Fool You

Experiment itaUon rMMrah has,I Ute chain paaa ever the teller i
found that potato spoilage CM be This damage can be eliminatedby
I
proper padding. ,
reduced by cfcoosJng brutae-re-
sKtant varieties; /, Development of bacterial .
Two other cause of spoilage. of molt rot anroute to market Jscloaely ;
early potatoes in the Southeast. related to the amount of
tiave been found to be mush cut and bruises In samples oollett .
handling In harvesting and gradIng : d before and after grading .

and holding the potatoes harvesting il high.when When temperatures the potatoes enrouU are are.f. : These Things Will Happen '
high tempenturei and grading Uurlng or during actively pre-cooled, very little ,A:', .
ihlpmtnt decay develops, even though thereire ..


preliminary by The research)during Information anaylsls the teams past il working of bawd two flndlngimade years on it a draw market the.7.many Potatoes Southeast premium. after cuts of the and prices will high California bruises quality continue In the from crop city to , If The Anti-Trust Lawyers Have Their Way ; f :;':: / J J'j


eight 1 locations In the Southeast from
comet In. Sebago potatoes
and It terminal markets In New
South Carolina were of such good
York, Philadelphia and Chicago quality this past season that they 'j

The U.and I, Department the agricultural of AgriCulture experiment drew good prices through the sea When the anti-trust lawyers from Washington filed their suit Since that time, however, the anti-tru lawyers have been mating ,:

tatloni of Virginia, son.Although Southeastern growers against AAPrwe told the American people, our customer, our speeches, talking over the radio writing letters and giving 11
t North Florida" Carolina and Alabama, South are Carolina conducting ., have a common problem In spoilage suppliers and our employee how the attack would affect them. stories to the newspaper, In which they gay we are all wrong. '1

I with the study and shippers In/ cooperation In the 1 location, the, causes the study vary shows.widely with .. We said that this attack, if guccettf, would mean the end of They say that the suit will not dote a single A&P tore; and j

region growers It U financed by fundi Last season 300 carloads of V. AAP U you know it that instead of railing food prices it will lower them. i

Act from: of the me.Although Research. and Marketing S IUD No.a 2 potatoes hundred-weight were" bought through for We said! that it would mean higher food prices for American And they have tried to give the impression that nobody will ba .. v

the Homestead. office of the Pro- hurt by this decision the of A&P.
t.. the Investigations are consumers except present owner
Admlnistralion
duction Marketing
f. hot near enough completion for to bring $308,000 to Dade We said that if they succeed b destroying A&P the way would We don't think that the American people want to be confined by . 'I
evaluation and racommenda-
\ }final lons, they provide the following noting grower officer Holland for O.the Bell Commodity eon-'. .,' . U cleared for the destruction of
?' "observfcuons: Credit Corporation, bandied retailer will understand that the cue can affect the living itandarda and +
L When grown under favor the purchaies which were earmarked ; the of life of American citizen. '
know about way
W thought the American people were entitled to every .
bit condition, the Sebago a for use In federal school . "
smooth, white potato variety, lunch programs, Institutions, etc |hU threat to their welfare and standard of.living. Here are the fact*;. .
holds. up unusually well in "
handling\ and shipping. BUll Triumph Educational .1
j>rultei eiiily, I A former garage operator ac-1
1 OQ the avenge the more cepted a Job ai principal of a
\says between planting and har- country school house in the Ten-,, S
vest, the less( subject the potatoes nesiwe hill country A l&een.ed'mountaineer It Will Destroy A&P
'are to aklnnlng Killing of vines led his overgrown' ,
practiced. by many growers, depressed son Into the schoolroom and ennounced -',, 1
the amount of skinning -"This here boy's arter The anti-tru t lawyers have repeatedly stated that "the suit will not result company ha been managed by George i.7; Hartford and John A.Hartford.

't3.en potatoes High temperatures of equal age In the larnln'"Our, What school.,yore sir"bill replied o'fareT"the'I in the closing} of a single A&P store":, and that "the purpose of the suit is These are the men who have pioneered the policy of low-cost, low-profit, I
field account for heavy losses to enjoin A&P from continuing activity which ha been held to violate
one-time garage man, "teachet, low-price food retailing which has won A&P the patronage of million of
'Potatoes ubje tcd to high rate arithmetic, I algebra the law"
reading spelling
of evaporation for three hours American families and given them more good food for their money. t
'pr longer developed IIClld (sunken and trigonometry""That'll do," Interrupted the t The fact U that the suit is deigned not only to "enjoin" A&P from alleged If the anti-trust lawyer have their way, these men and other company
dlicolored areas), even when the old man, 'loud him with trig- illegal activities, but actually to destroy the company.
.; occurred after they were up executive will be completely out of the picture, No one can predict what i I
exposure
crated or sacked In the fluid Some knot gor-nometry in the family; he's ."the-Ex only, pore Here is what they have asked the court to do the policies of the new owner of the various part of A&P will be. 1

raid developed. after one hour'srxpesure. I Break up A&P's retail stores into seven group, each of which mutt No one can predict that they will tell the lame quality food at the same

4. Temperatures III the parking words"Mother: "Stop using those- bad' be told to different owner, and operated under new management low prices, or that they will keep the same employee, or give them the

hoW abed/ the depend" to torn ,extent hild. on If Son: "Shnkenpeure uses them Order u* to tell A&P' factories, which produce many of the fine food tame high wage, short hours, pensions and tecurity.

placed In potatoes bm, /racks are or boss him Mother any *more."Well"-Ex don's, play with you find in our stores, to till other new owner. Nor, despite the anti-trust lawyers' statement, can anyone tell how many
tinder rover at the shed, the potatoei Prevent any of the seven group of stores from operating any of the A&P stores will remain open or will be closed
t
cool off Thor hold In field
tags on trurkl In line through the l Benson Electric Hal factories. So, while there may be a food store where your, A&P is now located, it
t ) of the d.y warm up enough None of the present owner, who have made A&P what it i i. today, won't be your A&P store

i} spoilage In the outside 10... liyera to cause high Philco Appliances can have anything to do with either the stores or the factories Make no mistake about it If the anti-truit lawyers win their suit it will I.

". MM cut and bruises during 1rrtseet.a [The first A&P store was opened 90 years ago. For the put 50 year the mean the end of A&P a* you know it '.'.
grading may be traced to long Fa 141
drops onto the siring chains where


: 'Your Food Will Cost More r.'lI _

\ ) DON'T ', , ..
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< I / With Precious The anti-trust lawyer have repeatedly stated that the suit will not increase, But, the anti-trutt lawyer have asked the court to order u* to get rid of r "

1-r\Cmble) ? but should decrease, grocery prices.: our manufacturing facilities, which would put an end to all these savingsAn .-r\

body who has ever shopped in an A&P store, or has ever taken a "
6' irLife and Property This mean that if these A&P brand continued to be manufactured, you
hign-school course in economics, knows better than that.
would have to pay higher price for them wherever you found them. ; '
Everyone know that A&P's policy has always been to keep costs and r
Oasollne U unsafe when'
II ; ere a cleaning fluid. IU fume used profits at a minimum so that it can sell good food cheap. The anti-trutt: lawyers say that food prices would go down in other stores t ;
J t ,.P J are vrrr veUtlle and easily The very heart of the anti-trust lawyers'case is that A&P's methods, which They claim that food manufacturers would be able to sell cheaper to other 1 '
I. ,':' Ignite\ Far bnit results, send they claim are illegal, have enabled the to undersell competitor grocers because they would hot have to make up alleged losses they now . '
)- your rlf anlng to a rerl..naal l l company incur in selling to A&P. -i ,
4, dry rlranrr. How can anyone possibly ay that you will get I lower food prices by eliminating I
t
the company that ha done so much to bring them down) This of course, is pure nonsense The suppliers who voluntarily seek our

:I Actually, there it no question that this suit, if successful, will mean higher business and are now rushing to our dele .obviously find it profitable to (I
TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS food prices for A&P customers. deal with A&P. Actually, their sales to this company enable them to buildHere 1 .
up their volume, reduce their costs, and sell more cheaply to all grocers .
I,Ss: J'lrat Ave Phone I6J W W. 8tvrry, Manages is just one of a number of reasons
We manufacture many of the quality foods we sell in our stores, such The elimination of A&P from the picture would tend to increase rather

as Bokar, Red Crete and Eight O'Clock coffees, Ann Page foods, White than decrease, the wholesale cost of food; and this, in turn, will be reflected .
House milk, and many other. in increases in retail prices ,
,
The anti-trutt lawyers admit that we'pall along these manufacturing Make no mistake about it If the antS-truit lawyers succeed in nutting A&P r

f. Just A Reminder savings to our customers in the form of lower price. out of business you.will find your' food bill U higher. i f




eRefrigerator Others Will fee Hurt 1.,


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Service :The antitrust lawyer have insisted tliat this suit will not affect other distributor If A&P is destroyed, no 1 businessman could safely pursue an aggressive '

*, "nor will it destroy any efficiencies of mall distribution" sales policy designed to lower prices and give his customer a better deal I

The fact i i. that the anti-trutt lawyer ask the court to break up the company if by *a doing he takes business away from any competitor (
"
and make it get rid of it* admittedly legal manufacturing operation and Even if the anti-trust lawyers have no intention now of prosecuting other'
in general destroy many of the efficiencies which have enabled it to sell! food suits, a decision against A&P will establish a precedent that could be used

Radio Service cheaper. by the present anti-trust lawyers, or any f utvre anti-tru.t1awyer., to destroy: t!
I. . If such an attack is successful, it immediately raises the likelihood of similar any efficient business'that buys'cheaply, sells cheaply and grow big b '. '
attacks on other chain stores .the process. t .;

now available as well'as ;The anti-trust lawyers are saying" that they "do not contemplate any other Such a decision would mean the end of f the vigorous, healthy price com : .

l suits of this nature at ,this time. ,, \ petition which has given this country the highest standard of living ever .'

Electrical Contracting But that does not mean; that they cannot undertake such suits at any future enjoyed by any people anywhere in the history of the world. .
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time if they win this case. ..,
The anti-trust lawyers are trying to give a new interpretation: to the antitrust ,
f r > ? As a matter of f fact, the anti-trust lawyers made practically the same allegai law that instead will "',
of preserving competition reduce competition.
,
Appliance Sales & Service bona against two of our largest competitor': that they are making against u*. t .
And it can alto be used as the basis for an attack against other grocers and They are trying,by courtdecisbn: to impose a new J Dd'of economic policyon f ..

merchant in other line. the people of this country t

1\ aad There are today literally thousand of chain stores, voluntary groups and Make no mistake about it If they succeed b destroying A&P they will be 1. I
Individual merchants operating with the same methods and in the lam! destroying the method of distribution that ha helped make the American : ,' 1
: Home Water System pattern, here! under attack. standard of living the envy of the world t C t 4 ti 1

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