Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: December 23, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00692
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 to \ ::

38tJaf Year No.3tt! i HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,-UEC'r-MBEK 23: ,-19 4S 9_ .

: : First of lOO VA-Financed CBS Mouses S

I ; Started in Homestead by_ H. O. Barber !

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J Santa Due by Plane; p71waV Monday Th For Homestead Christmas Closing:port Slated Holiday office VETS BUY FOR NOTHING DOWN 4

bank and business house will be 1
closed all day Monday in Urn of ANDABOUT$40AMONTHSAYS
the OirlRtmu bolhlay which fall
Seven Tons of Snow on Sunday

There will be no window aer* LOCAL BUILDING CONTRACTORPolice ;
tics and no city or rural carrier

service at the post office. Incoming -
I mall: will ,be distributed to

I For Florida Tree " the. pod office boxes, and outgoIng Th 'lrlproposed\ 100
City I mall will be collected and to Crack Down "
dispatched 09 the regular Sunday On Meter\ Enforcement CBS houses to be built her by ,

schedule, H O Barber for veteran 11 I under -

r Strict! enforcement of city construction now at the cor

L St. Nick Expected at'Municipal Kiwanians to Make Real yesterday parking meter by sue Police was Chief announced Wm. I Ir. net of N W 12Uit and Flnt

I ' Airport at Snow Man for Chil- 47 4q4 67 VET HOUSES the. Brintley meters ,are who In pointed operation Out from that the ave Aside dwelling from will The model be built house in, j

t :2 P.M Today clii-n Xmas Eve 4 I a, m to 0 p m, dully except small groups In different section: 1
and holiday During the of town Immediate construction:
I Sunday
I Santa Claus will travel by Local youngster will we real PLANNED HERE winter season, Wednesday afternoon I I. planned for ten houses. on Rob. "I
know and a mow mun at the Flo half. erts rd between N. W Fourth "
plan and sleigh to the annual li not regarded a*, a 1
/ Christmas tree program to be Ida City Klwanli Club community holiday W.mlnlcket.. will be knd Sixth streets, Building sites
Christmu tree at 6:30 Christ- will be will It approximately 138 feet .
sponsored today by Arrant-Smith Issued at lint, but arrests
; Post,Veterani of Foreign War. ma Eve on the Oversea Hig, BY MIAMI' MEN made m necetaary, he aald deep and from to to 74 feet wide.On .
I After landing at S o'clock this way at Palm ave. In Florida Cit). City traffic regulations prohibitthe hundred per cent financedby
t To achieve the white Christmas of truck downtown the Veteran Administration, >
afternoon at the city airport, parking on 1
Santa will abandon his plane for j effect, the Kiwinlana are importing Krome ave where angle the houses may be bought by any
!+ a decorated sleigh sparkling with an ire-crushing machine to Slxly-Mven CBS home for vet. parking II In effect he Mid The World War II veteran with 'a"
! tnow" to tour downtown streets convert seven tons of Ice Into scans are elated, to be .built hereby ruling excepts pick-up truck good credit rating and a $3 bill,
I, before giving out candy and mow. two Miami' firms, accordingto Barber lay. The five dollar will
I orange at the post hofo at 4 it Santa Claus will distribute Information filed ait the city : defray the cost of t credit reporton

N I. Sixth eve, The party for candy, fruit and, nut from the I hall Thirty-five of the houses are the prospective buyer and of
White children will I be followed hug silvered Christmas tree planned by Clutter Construction R. A. JENSEN DIES pictures of the house A binder

by a similar one for youngster topped with a shining 'star and< 1 pN? I Co, on five-acre tract bounded of $100 will be returned to the

, ;' of the negro section festooned with multi colored I by N W. Sixth and Seventh avenue AFTER CAR HITS buyer upon closing the deal. The
of the house will be determined -
t On Christmas: Eve, Santa and light s.2 and Fourth and Sixth price
. his sleigh will} repeat last year's The youngster and their pa. tired. Th*. ether 12 are to be by the VA. Barber MM
netting tour ,of the residential enta will Join in tba singing of built by th' S Mud B Construction POST OVERTURNS but monthly payment are cc't

section to see'f f aU good young- Crurlstm**_carolt.I: Zo. ,for Corona Inveatment Cat'poraiinn , peeled to, b* approximately MO.
"The 14 30 foot bout l> designed
t "'j w wau n r L'o t>f'iII'pII\Wt t I.,with 1t41depdm: I1 4 ;- 4., subdivision In the lying new between John N Scot; r.. Robert Arthur Jensen, SS-year* ao .that it may be and M

$f Eights and |'lib atretta. '. *.* ,'* bid 'ami of Mr. knd Mr S4w. 8 : the nucleus unit In expanding aaetesemogale.e'eeowlnttfkatfV"; .

<< 'f'.J jI.. ; }h ftORWORDS :t eriNllwdat'gwe0iflt/ ,till' Ie.'t. inerkl; 4f:01':"dl 1 J tll11, '
Barber out. ""* the add
2P i scarified and platted point ,
r ; -.. xtnTtlfirM: Saturday morning'In Dad ( .
:, ) lion ire needed arrangements
into lot for Installation of ty" Hospital. of Injuries received'in
.. j. I II sidewalks. The house will have for' the construct
; Santa Rides Fire Truck BROKEN an automobile accident tin U .
HERE will be available from the VA."Th a
two bedroom S.1 at Perrln,
To Redland School Fete front J
I totaled on 75 by 128-foot lotahe Funeral aervlre were conducted nucleus house ha a
I porch, a back stoop livingdiningroom
houses in John Scott Subdivision -
In Silver
Heralded by police escort Monday afternoon
kitchen, two bedroom and ff
will have tiled roof and I Palm Methodist Church by
Santa Claus arrived by shiny red DURINGWEEK v
bath. Featured throughout
fire truck for BedlaM SchooChrlitma tiled bath Eight will have three 'the Rev. Alfred llmtberg pastor tiled|
cathedral (
are telling glass Ja-) '
bedrooms and the remainder will
parties sponsored Fro- I Turner r"lllral Home was In ousted window, tinted plsstnr
dey by the P. T A. room mother have tweeSTATE charge 0 In Palm Cemetery wall, and cement and asphalt
. Nine hundred cubs of Ice cream et Naranja Pallbearer were
tile gravel
The Ilomcktead post office floor The built-up
I Chriitmai-wripped favor, candy handled the lurgcbt volume of ( I. Richard J'roth ro. Eric Schmidt, roof li backed by a I -'Iar guarantee 1
and fruit were distributed to the POTATO Kenneth Cifft Otl Snellgrove\ ,
I dally outgoing mall It hal eve I Throughout the project laI
notherlmm and Donald
. the hostess James
youngsters by group
handled when on Monday 21.82 home-to deal with a localtontrictor
, headed, by Mr. E. J. Morrissey. i piece of letter mall were postmarked TIlE IWEATI1EIt MEN NAME COXVICECHAIRMAN QrafeJrnMn, local employee and
Redland School Evaluators I died two liouri after
This represent a 27 per Report .." ..... ..._ ....... 1M s'ere'ne i building msterUls bought from I
....._. ,. ... ho motorists found him sprawledIn I
$ t -
cent Increase the previous! a.e.rA"ror .Ia""" local firms'Florida
; : LIFE TO FEATURE AuditoriumRedland 11010 "..,' 11'.1' Bu. ;IlIak Uie middle of the highway at t
record of 16021)) pieces handledon Cafetorium Unsuitable as
Perrlne where he war presumably A
\ Monday,- Dec 20, last year 15. ..._8S 29,98 thrown, when his aouth-

; M KEE'S\ SUNKEN Another all time record wa Dec. 16 .. ..._._.78 112 3002 toLieu. J. Cox of Princeton w a.1 I I bond automobile itrtuk a poet, PINELAND CROP
broken with the isle of $78858 School hew ratalorium by E. L. Ashmore, principal of J1 . .. 80 80 30,14 003 Abney and kidded 212 feet ,
of turned over
worth of tamp. a 66 per cent \ i Is not kultabl a* an audi South Broward High School . 711 114 30.18 elected vice-chairman

i; TREAsURE TROVEThe Increase over the previous highest : orium and, In the main can not( Dade County members were, UR. I tier lee. III 111. ... 78 82 30,08 009lice. Florida onday Potato In Orlando Council by orlan. Iud- of to land the road.upright The on accident tile other was tide reconstructed TO BEGIN MOVING J
, record $50551 on the tame be used for that purpose, declaresthe Snyder and Joe Hall, assistant. 211) 18 liD 30118 road
Monday last year report of the committee which county superintendents of public 21 18 81 29011 0.11 of the dale's Industry. by Investigating .
tory of eeP-lea Diver Of outstanding appeal to the recently evaluated Redland High: Instruction T. J. Dleler, county --- Fleeted to the It-man dh< Art McKee of Homestead and the A. F Arthur of Homestead, alune There were no wltneue
public, however, v was a thin <'hool The evaluation was made tupervlsor of physical education! ;
silver trove he recovered from a broken-abolition of Nov. 20-23 by an 18-member Walter Peterson of molds and *.
record loniinci
Otis Bell, county supervisor of A small volume of plnrland
COUNCIL MAKES A native of Chicago, Jentenwai
sunken 16th of rd
century Spanlbh Robert D. Long Allapattah
committee from the Southern ,
at parcel post, stamp ancgeneral vocational agriculture; U M tomatoes I II expected 1111 week
galleon off the Florida Key I II IL I 8. Hough of Hastings was made graduated from Redland
window. Association of Secondary Schools, I
delivery Hlndman, county supervisor of it Florid State Farmers'Market
expected to b* featured In the "The pout office force bas regional agency, A copy of the education: Mill Gertrudo Shaft J. T. VANN NEW\ chairman of the group, High School In 1844, He served report City Marketmatter C. f
FFVA In the Army Air Force during
I Jan. T blue of Life Last we-k, In co-operation with ,
shown a wonderful spirit In cooperating : report war released by PrincipalW. nor county supervisor of elementary and attended the Unl- 8. Phillips. The trickle I* exwcted .. r ,
i McKee accepted an offer for the the association will work on mutual the war
to achieve this feat and E. Rice of Redland for -
publication education Ben Porch, i
; to swell to flood Jin.
ttory'i publication In This Week, I of control, veratty of Alabama before he a
OFFICER problems acreage
member of it deserve much ( this week. at
every physical education director 15, official opening date of tl. i
entered the college\ of law at the
Sunday migatln supplement circulated price supports. marketing agramenis -
credit, said Acting PostmasterA The cafetorlum Miami Jackson, Mm Nina Me.
was recently market If they can nurse them '
of He a
Miami. was }
Raid head University
by 26 newspaper to etc, Cox ] State
V. Phillips yesterdayNotwithstanding completed at Redland at'a cost Adam, county director of guidance freeze flood..rowen ,
through blight and
10,000.000 lubtcrlbcr Employment of J T Vann at quarters will use the FFVA office member of PI Kappa Alpha fraternity t'
i Originally revealed byhe the fact that of $69000, about the same time and Mia Alice MacVicsr, Homestead t police! patrolman and and personnel In Orlando. The aspect to harvest 13,OOp
Leader-Enterprli six week before (Continued on Page Eight) that on was built also at the assistant director of Inelruction I parking" meter officer effective \heal group will operate| a* the Survivor In addition to his (Continued on Pal Five)

It was broken nationally, the Homestead school plant. for Junior high schools.Other Tuesday morning, was approved Aide County Potato Grower '>arenti, are two brother, Richard
story ha* been featured by EXCEEDS Principal Rice told the Leader- member of the commit. 1 Monday night: by the city council Association with office In theold and David, of the home Chambers Brothers Will
domestic and foreign newspaper, CHEST Enterprise that the cafetorlum ran tee were: Fred M. Madden of the upon recommendation of Dude County Grower Aoiatlon allies :and a liter' Mr. Phyllis i Preach Here Christmas
, film and radio be used for school assemblies and late superintendent office In Mayor T. E. Klrb). Vann formerly building < Cline of Coral Gable I
. '' The dory in Life I I. timed to GOAL OF $2,200 simple program and could be TallnrasBee>Mr France II at- was district constable. Christmas Day services at the

I ( coincide with the expected openIng used for more elaborate present field. and Mrs. Ruth DlchUmmucl.ler. The tounell took under consideration Homestead Church of the Nararune j
.t early next year of McKee tioni with torn stage alteration Browtrd County supervisors the proposed purchase. of Five' County Commissioners Witness will be conducted by two '
Museum of Sunken\ Treasure, AIMS AT $3,000Three and additlont. However, he said, of education, Homer J. Bible, an $500 mowing machine for the sons of Mr. and Mr. W t 7;
I (it i Ine. on Plantation Key edland hat k fin auditorium Okeechobe County supervisor,: city, and approved, the hiring of Garden Club Xmas 5 Scene Floodlighting Chamber of Princeton, the Re*.
t ready that needs only, for the W Bryan Davis, principal of an additional negro to work with John and the Rev. Wm Chamber ,
thousand dollar U the
mOlt part, 400 new aeaU. Pompano Beach High School; and *, both
students at the Nata-
Arthur Made DirectorOf both the sanitation; and the parki
goal of Redland District Community I hat brought all the commlsalonTl -
D. J. Beuttensnuller. a West Palm Every member of the Pad'' rene Seminary In Kansas City,
Chest canvassers who have Seat "DepleraU Sine 112 department Building Committeeman outside of their meetng
County Red CrossA. I > $ Beach teacher bounty eommlaalon was presen together Mo, Chrtitrna music will be
J. d Wynn was author
already exceeded the $2200 district Hvrrloae in the courthouse, but '
Classrooms are too email, the at the garden center In Bedlam ::
r. Arthur wa elected a by $360 In lIed to hive the Interior of the to :1
Quota an unprec- evaluation committee found. Say Fruit and Spice Park Monde wery member had responded will
The Rev. John Chamber
director ofhe Dade County dentedly successful: drive, announce Regarding this existing audi the city hall repainted when Commission Chalrmar he garden club Invitation for i.
report: night .
chapter ofhI American Red : John P. Meafney and E. orlum, the report ").: "In the event this this plant b* Approved were $17,200 worth Hugh Peterj threw the wool he county father to see to what Breach at II o'clOck Chrlstmaa :

Croat at the annual dinner meeting W. Burton leader. Last year'squota "The committee I* firmly convinced continued: a* a secondary school, (Continued on rag Five that lighted up the life-all* pavlty i good social purpose the county ibserved Turning when The communion Rev. Wm. will Char's'hers be '
: that the band b
Monday evening In Miami was $1,100Donation : program Writ In Rcdland i* put H*
w* recommend that the (school) Men In a manger constructed pre-
Mr. Arthur, a retiring vice-chair are ttlH. being oil- the center and the major portionof board study the possibility of Report Asked Jan. 1& of pine .Ia be. tented Mr Peter, Vlot-chalrman 'clock will service be speaker at Christina the 7:30 ti
the enrichment ofthis on
: cited byh.. S2 captain whose program the main building M twitch floodlighted : I
accompanied rutting ao ConservationJanuary The lame (Continued Page Five) night
co-operation: and service are i achool If this school I 11 to be On Soil
log make properly-cized class.rooms the "mow" covered roof of theulldlng
Arthur and their house guest, fp credited with raising the $2,500 continued: a* an educetional.anlar ,
and better
lighting parked
give 16 1* the deadline for on which were
J Suthardcf Lewe, Del In cish now on hand serious consideration should
faclletle the famous reindeer and sleigh Construction
be given to Improving the faclli- filing report on loll conservation City Totals

paw i Guided Walks Temporary Museum ties for shouts the band be,studied and the for auditorium Imirovwnent - KedUoJ ExpaasloaTh Cam Eyed for grove practice:men for are 1(48 advised grower by County and the while chimney Santa with was headed only hit down legs $53,500 for Month\ of December d.

I la such term a* the Agent Chat, H. StetfanL owing, Out la the garden another ;
committee further recommends The report cover acreage used floodlight revealed a card-
r Mark Development of 'Glades Parkr step, which U Inadequately degned 3 3C
and the deplorable testing In the l'Yenlhat additional for groves, vegetable growing board tableaux of the Wise Men, New building project totaling he built On the yam street 1>)'od.
for from the 133500 were begun within the Cradduck,
commodatlon which have been facllltlei are not planned and pasturage under the Agriculture reallitlcallf emerging I
Tw year otdhJa month, studying the land acquisition program ID this condition line the hurricane Immediate structure, that the Conservation program. tree toward the manger On the past month In Florida City report Ten CBS cottage are being'
Everglades National Park U forging A number of small land of 1928 furhermorehe school board give consideration: to Growers and grove men should lawn In front of the clubhouse Town Clerk Coo M. Arbo- added to the Key Way ColUnw ? ;
ahead with the acquisition of purchases have been made, and committee 11 I convinced that the/ he facilities at Redland migratory report on the planting of cover little toy houses were lighted up ,aiL The project Include two 0> UlUan rt* bufano! o*U, S. tat
new land and with the establishment -!the director are pleased that the afetorlum U not suitable a* an labor camp for a email eleawntary crop and the application of minor when the *. Itch was turned by packing houses and residential Palm av*., and a $2Ju0 CBS J f

of daily guided tour program U going ahead ao rapidly auditorium and la the main, cannot school center to alleviate elements such a* manganese, Mr Peter construction.A rraldenr In being built by J. S. t
". and a temporary museum report Beard uy*. A study of proposed be used U such". crowded and critical condition copper, sine and magnesium. In County Commissioner Preston '700 puckuut sled of CBS Qukndrey cm Jlth at
Park Superintendent Dan B. physical Improvement in "The school board the school addition to She aforementionedInformation B. Bird of Homestead presentedby construction: will be built on Twelve from houses costing
t Beard. the park was mad her last week ten.**! Export Comprise architect and his assistant, the pasture report Mr Herman Heinlein, garden Ftagler it aouth of the Florida 12,000: each are being built bf
Regional Director The1..I by Frank Kltte dge, chief engineer / CM1U' local) administration and a faculty should list the number of acres 'club president Introduced hi* City State Farmer Market byOeo. Noaml Green. of Miami In Greet

Mm and Assistant Director Con- of the National Park Senrle The committee which evaluated crouP should draw up a matterCooUnu4 deem, planted by Ned or lodtedad fellow\ commissioner. Mr. Bird and a $ ,000 pack- Park tubdlvltloa. '' la the 'colored-
.. t ted :Wlrtk ,are her this week (Continued from PIe On) edland\ High School was beaded ( *a Page Feurl *- and mowed. laid It was a rare occasion: Indeed I log shed of CBS construction: will section



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,\ XMAS ftOOSAG S, ,3-Day Services Mark\ Christmas Mr Of, Joe Two-month Pawlak Diet Illness DEATH TAKES '! \DEREMERPRISE Friday Dee- 23,1919WATCI1113

MUSIC SLATED'i At St John's Episcopal ChurchThreeday LLRIZHUGHFuneral I
r I Mrt Joe Pawlak of theta the

I. FOR METHODISTS' Chrlatmu Mrire.tSt 1AIM' etiYg., .11 . .' fbe tkrir win EM-| .Dot.It Wrtgfct In lade of an If**for,laaarl....nd*
I John Rpltwpnl rhejrrh wfll *i| "Cejit. All Ve"ty JspMrre) ." after a two- FltrhuKli rr< red nee raylailof
t begin tnnluht with the mud Uw Wlthto Hit Cradle month 11I_. The Rev Alfred IOM N f': Fifth ace, Home-
The five' PoUita of \the Ctirlaimai preaentali ,,( the children. SheplMrdi, Be Merry" Drrk Hedberg. pastor, conducted luBeral .\.eawill! be t'( ndu 'Irl al 10
Star will be the\ subject of choir In a program if Chrurtroaararoli the $...1" Mid "The >... in aarvke Saturday atamooam 'clock this moml"In Fleet
the Hev. J E. Jenkins it the and hymt of other (Mete, BtMehent Manger UM". Silver Mm. Methodist ChureaV! Baptist Church of Homestead by
Chrietmu morning service In 1 and will eulmtnete OhrlaUnae Christmas Mnnom by 1111 Rev Turner Funeral Hems WM In the Rev. John H Whitt, paator,
Tint Methodist Church of Homestead morning In a Holy Communion. P i. Urttich and Christmas charge of arrMtgemvnte Turner Funeral Home will have
On Sunday ivcntog, Mr. and CnrMfMM. eiwral aervlte ed( brmni WIll mint the Holy Communion In addition to her husband. charge of Interment In Palm
Jenkins will preach on The Via I It odork Choral Eucharist will services of Christmas Eve .Mr*. Pawlak leave: a son, Larry; Cemetery at Naranja
U of the Vea,.". begin at II:M p m. on ,and ChrWrnai Day Church Mbool a daughter. Joyce; her mother Pallbearer anal inert L.
At the morning service the I Eve f"f_ will be held at 1:45 Chrltimai Mr.. Gee P Wright, and two raawell, L. L CaMiln1c. J. L .
t choir will bring I program of Mill Ardel Parrw, director morning brothera, Gee E Wright and Klkv. Wmn* OMbtrilv" llerbertZMitr at Christmas
special Chrlitmai music. Before and orient. will pr *.*l the Harry B- Wright, all :ot: Redlands Mad. t.. & HI..... **
the evening worahlp, a ChrUtmti pMith golr In ChrMina oaocert and two tlt\era, Mrs. RunaellKkhenberg Mr. flWkatb .*d TuHday at;
MIn, service will be conducted tonight In the thurrt on N E. CHURCH TO HOLD and Mr. often Ww a.e tt n ta a MlamliSJl.... brand holiday stock of Ilukm Elgin Umgine, and --4 i
Jim at SvMtUi win be ChristineTayldq |ec our new ,
Louis B Pool, religious 'b'j Marry or Miacni, A HUw<4 MlMMMota, lit move\ "
II Redland Center, who will "eiog "Silent CHRISTMAS! MASS .k_ wWI .Wi... hedly reed rea" other makes of watches. ,, .
Thla evening, Santa Clam will Night, Holy !Night, and Bobby MO from Felda.. Fla. He WM a :
present small gift to the youngsters -'' Brown who will" ting What I* Negro Juvenile Held member of Font Baptist Church, I Whether Christmas list calls for jewelry luggage musical
at I Christmas tree In the j''I Thus fragrance? Christmas maaa will| bt celebrited Automobile TheftA lie leaven: hit wife, Mm Mary i iJ i your
aocl.l hill The program will begin Mir Parmao will play organ it Sacred Heart Catholic For ridiunh: two eons. L. S. Flta ,' Instruments, clocks, Runs or fishing tackle, we ran help you. Payus
at 1:10.Baptist: solos "Oeau Bambino" and "Now Church at midnight oh Christmas Buick automobile, stolen hugh of Homestead and NormMldeughien \isit., .
Eve and *t 1, I and 10.0.:: rit&huctl o,. $dendi 0.4, ..
'clock on Christmas Day, from Adolph Lopes Monday !It..... Oku SutUvwi1 1
School, was
Go Caroling
Folk to t Neva King Cooper
I Young I Seasonal mulls Will be providedby round abandoned on S, W. Fourth I and Mr. A. B. Twtdlle of Ifem*-
Christmas Eve in Church's New BusA the tholr.ChOrUAel ve. at the railroad track report toad. Mr Mary A. Stephens. of 1) '
Cal, Mrt. M. S. WrightofCcral .
Police Chief Wm. F Brantley In UNI Alto ,, Phone
Sing HereOn custody for the theft I'I a negro Gahle, Mr R R. Near I S. rt E I L 5 *
Chriatmai service of the church. new bu. The group Dec.. 24 Broadcast juvenile who had stolen eight' on, Jr., of Vero Beach and llomchtcad 118"
H, A. Sloan of Fort Piercettreen .
and candle will be held was entertained last night it a -era previously, Drantley says, ..
mel evening .t Flat urol.1 holiday party at the home t>( Mr Chriatmai caroU will b* rung Wm. Sottllei wallet wa pitered WI'1I'j MONEY TO LOAN ON ANYTHING Of .VALUI
t Church, announces thf Rev. end Mrt. B H. Stevenson, department bhI Bell Telephone Choral Saturday night by a prowl-I I at the Solllle .... .
,II Whltt, parson Christmas\ rrtoru- leadort. Club and the Sacred Heart children v who gained entry by cutting at 01 N, E.: Mth at. police .
tog. Mr Whitt will preach on During the week, Christmas 'i choir from the Homestead --- --- ----- --r-----o- --..- - --
a "Three Christmas Wlfhet*. tree parties were held for each studio of WVCO from 1030: to
on Chrlitmal Eve, ;young peopleof department cf the church: acnool 1120 1; on the morning of Dee 24.innouneei \
the church: wilt go caroling In, Baskets for needy famlllet will Manager Chal. HelgerlMire
be distributed by the church: on Cwllla Ollva ,li director of I
i I Christmas Eve, both choral groupf,

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S' COMBINE V. Fa ''Va Asks Location of Entries Touch Football Twins Children's Christmas Party Slated LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Dec 23. 19194fcaeperetod I

\ BABYLAND STORE I In Annual Xmas Lightinng Contest 1 Han for "Ilowr Game By Odd Fellow and Rebekah Lodges I wtfw ".* eta I Crtou one hot tone; haw im

HereeMeed wm have Ita own cure my ...... of anorlm. ," you been working foe thin rnm-

; "The night Into Rgypt" will he aponaorad. bjr Arrant-amiUi I bowl f4Mw here III the .t.| S*.ta rteua wttl distribute f4ftoto atftt party of the Rebakaht .. Doctor: "By trod advice roopanUon. ', pan,"
AND PHOTO SHOP portrayed by Mrs C. V Bame V P W. The .llfe-aiae. ""'IWt.j of Jeer. 2. whtti. the Touek ...- cMUran of the meanbere erfItaaneaKad heM at the home ot N.... "" .1 .. klodneam, and stuffing Truthful .one Bvr Mnre" the
for .. oU' sock "into "hit mouth --Kx box Ihnulvnml 1 In fire me M;
of lee N. W fleet Rt ram- were band-mad by ..... Barnes ball league champlanaailai toaja u 1 I. O a F Mid Lib ReiU MoMeean were Nfl Stella an
1'-; Babytond" It the name of the petition In the annual outdoor who need. a plaetk imtterial. to will meat HM Homaeteed All- ert? Retofcsh lodge at a Chrtet- Mra Dan Arrow ''r store opened at M & Kromc ave Christina* tcoraliom content mould \the fares of| UM .Nell Famlly Stars at I o'elofta\ the city peak.Current . .... petty it TM: Ala evening tenter of attraction was alighted
by Mr and Mrs. U C. James, floodlights will baUie the leader In (U la la the lodge balk AitorUliuMmtwill Christmas tree under i
'"; operator* of the Jatnea Studio KUaritans Will Install scene (ho...ln< Mary and theChild i the Overseas Bait and Wajue Tackle be provided by ehlMrm' wider which the gins were placed' forexrhane '
formerly) of MS N. Krome eve seated on the patient donkey with of .-.. the direction trf Mr. Ww.Hnn . *. Ambroela, a",i lfe d I Driven
team a score
Shop BreezeWay
Arthur Troxcll Jan. 6 .
1. The photographic studio will be led by . Still In the running are Joe's In charge of arrangements asks, fruit eae and coffee, were j
x," r operated under the Hint root and Installation of I't Ident-e11K't Cash prltM of |2S. Ill and 110 1 Amoco Wd Homestead Haberdashery Ire Ml* Gees H. Qann, Mrsvent arvat ,
In conjunction with the new atom, Arthur Troxetl of the Florida City ,will" be gives by the poet for the with tied scone of l-t [ Oouberly, Otto Bemecker Pressed besides these. moe.toned '
. which carries wearing" apparel Klwania Club and hill supporting three best outdoor Chrstmat decorations t Lucklese Mtrvlnt Sandwich Shop .na.raeon Avery, ( were tot",. W C. Molten,
loyt and gifts for children up to officer will be held at a dinner or the best outdoor hat a score of 0-4. On Monday evening, the Christ- Mra. J. ... Strickland., Mra. T II I Theatre
eight yean of age Opened week meeting In Club Embassy on January ChrtMmas tree. Commander E. Bent***, M... Ark UmiMr- ': C. s
ago, the stop It doing i nourishing I, a Indies' night. B. McQarrah remind. wouldbe man, Mrs Robert P. Marah, M....
'! business end seems to be fill. A roundtable discussion of dub contestants that \the enact \locations John Dietel of Ice-Scapades Makes Dorothy Barber M.... M. R Bout- Presents Dec. 25-28
jng a need of the community, Mr. aims and projects It titled for of their entries must be tie. Mrs. KloVenre l'"'''II, Mrs. on
James Mid.Mr. tonliiht'a meeting when there will registered with the pat to expedite i Xmas Visit Between Foreign Tours Blanche Chapman, Mra. FrIll I
and Mrt. James have oper- be no formal I program Governor the work of the JudlM.I Ruttke, Mrs a W Revet), Mr...
ted photographic ttudlot In con- elect Leonard Uilna and Lieutenant E. M. Tyler MN. Ruth Snider, A Special Christmas Program
action with UbyUnd atom at Governor-elect Ray Sterlingwere Diamondbacks Defeat Christmas win be a IU time I trmgard i swson. Mr and ...... Mra. a H Sullivan, Mra. J. P.I I
,toeveral times in the put but this guests at, Friday nlght'i 39 for Mr. and Mr* Walter. Wetel Carl Siheuuleln: and Lolhar and Foster, Mrs. K. & Car-linger. "
it the lint tore of their own. meeting." I Fort Myers, 41 to John r.tH, Eberhard Dietel will come from H. M. Defter, Mrs Henn, FOR Till FAMILY
of Naranja whose son Miami Robert, University of Miami Douberly, Mra. 8. T. M"'I
Rtdland High School Diamondbacks
snapped out Of a four arrived Tueaday front a lour- aludent.! atlll lives at homo Mrs. Laura T Ilnorter\ "GREEN PROMISE"A
I' month engagement In 'Buenos with but parents Qordax and Junnlta Douberly.
game losing streak to score' a de !
chive win. of 44-38 over Fort nun.. u and Bin de-- Janerlo at 1Gifts wholesome ".arm-keartX. )human, Interest drama. of i
Meyer at Redland Saturday tolo performer with Botija Ilenle't Patients at Nursing Home facets life end Ita tfirflrulllea. lie t doua.U-earth blend I,
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t( night Except for a few minutes Ice-Scapadea. Mr. Dietel one of II eI hvntor, etnllmrat and retnanre should appeal, to all
i i |Just before the half Coach Leroy world Receive Gifts From Soroptimists the femur, aa Reberl rata and MarfMrtle (fhapma
the three lea skaters In the their beat rein
Jt Sprankle's boys totally outscored play
i 'lfLm ;the West Coast team which had to perform on stilts, la booked for I

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Joy and Happiness to All! victors with 18 points Guard daughter, with the exception of for the Davit nursing home unfortunates can enjoy them, !
: you Luke Benson scored eight and Mr. and M'". Gen Levitt thou who have no relatives At Monday's luncheon meeting Oae *f Halt PII.I" '. oral drllthlfal' rralarelenrUirartoena. .
\ Forward Clinton Friar, six. Every 'radio and screen commitment or none that remember them. The aflloa renters around RamM a baby'
At this happy Beaten we ,,'I Uh to In Hollywood. Mr. In the Seminole Trading Pout, the
expreaa.urbed will them
DIamondback scored to thalk up keep home Silver drer. she grew up is I the forest with his many
wishes for year Joyful Holidays, and the tallies of 10-8 for the first ,Levitt co-auihon the acrlpt of At the nursing on all club voted to omit the licit two frknda UlMiey has ilvm' mark: evpremkea (fo>.lhe lays I
Palm dr are 17 meetings, Dec 20 and Jut 2. both .
radio mystery ...
quarter 11-20 at the half and the Philip Marlowe Mevemeiila af all these a lm lmBudgetwise
our appreciation for > and all afflictedmentally
eur patronage Starlet county charges holidays.
11-25 at the three-quarter mark. and Mrs Levitt It Screen ,
and phyalcally Some ------- -
have'p.nnla who provide for
Diana Cafe their clothing needs.
: The club gifts are mostly warm
(Closed! Christmas Day)

e Bid Asked on IarkConctllsions

-: Advertiilng for bids Building on a con h) hJ a10P I 4

reuloni building to be conttructed _
I at Homettead Bay front I / 0.
:l kt Park was authorttad Tuesday by II
( the Dade County commlaalon. The

j (u4 From.Dodd'sRCA bids II.:Other are to construction be submitted Includes by Jan a ,1

picnic shelter, and a service building 1 00'
and garage. At worked out'
i fO YOUR FAMILY ? by Raymond Ward Homestead\ ,
I who hat charge of survey and' ,
Radios deilgna for the park department,
construction specification provide
J It takes more than irllhmctlc" to add I for the uae of creosoted
Record Players ,
f up the full value of the telephone when piles, graphite tiding and white
j I'tile roofs Clarence J. Parman of 1
Grandmother a
I; calla up to lay "Happy ,
t Toasters Homestead It architect!
; I Birthday" , when Mother wants to I
The overall plant call for a
:I tell the druggist, "Rush the order ;protected beach somewhat larger

:it please" , or when Junior heart the Easy Washers than that at Matheson Hammock, .'
I half-moon shaped marina with I ._'h'" ', -
magic words, "I'm giving a party- a . -
i you'n J invited." Easy Ironer. BOO feet of dockage a marine ", aeal top.clty1 r. .\ e.;
.' 1 parking apace for 700 ov'lCrIth weritte ,
cart 7d a recreational field with .; .. f.
... ..- l 1 .r. 4< Kelvlnator' RfrijeratoriY'; ,. tennis courts.Pacetti '.0 ...' J hllh' Utr,WI."a" ..,h"' ," ( WIll'fto'.7..1'\1-\-.: .u.>;>>. a
and Stoves !_ ,a ." ,ihwpw intet .M k rEasyeteaniingle
tricycle : ..
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tt Kitchen Cabinets In Jewish Funds! Drive / ---.

E. E. Pacetll received (the blcy I \ till wrfaa. ....,- .:..i'-
I! Clocks tie given away Tuesday night by 1t:: \ unl" !val 11ft ,cop -r..L1 I Ii

i 1' the Homestead Center In Jewish a campaign Community for .-' < end wipe,, ...,.
Food Mixers\ benefit of the building fund. The '

and many other gift items. award was made at th. Redland .. : : B 't' .
District Chamber of Commerce \
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4 r The bicycle was donated by
Frank L Skill. .. Irtvet ;
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Between the calla you make and the Expert TestimonyThe , :;I- .-, ..-_ -
:11 calls you receive, the telephone it ,such DODD RADIO & APPLIANCE talkative lady was telling \ \ ..-.-' --'. ,, '.. of
her husband about the bad man.
;'J an active partner in your daily life it'i C nest of an acquaintance who had
almost one of the family! Day and :ti recently paid her a visit 'If! that

sight, rain or shine, it tervet the whole .,-- , 207 North Krome Ave., Homestead woman yawned once while I was
family in courtliest wayt-running talking to her,' the said, "she
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errands, spreading cheer, bringing yawned
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ones dear," the husband said, "maybe e e eLYI

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don for you at the price you pay homemakers now you 2 Temperature Control. Automatic Time {'

telephone service stands out at one of cork, enjoy the modern convenience of J Control for Oven and Appliance Out '

u today's biggest bargains. And It growt I Electric Cooking at a new low price let. Easy-clean single coil surface uni'',.

bigger u the number of people you can Look at these featurest Whole meal ca- Deep-well Handy Cooker with trivet 1

) call keeps Increasing and the service 4 e pacify Super "2000" Oven with Waist- for quantity cooking. Concealed Range 4

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TheLeaderEnterprise Redland School valuators Report School the .". .lu.Uoeattet accommodate the present program This course should meet everyday .I :4-LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, J>te. M, }M([
had this to say. in part: furthermore light equip for the school year This Instructor -
I Cafctorium Unsuitable AuditoriumContinued I "It Is realised thai In I pea ment used by children 1* ecoaomtcaily could also\ sot a* the f
as ondary school the MM. of Redland unsound. hearth eo-ordanator of the school. I dent the belt way of developing ogle program.Vacatlwi >

PNmsd II I1I i School 1I.I I. ImpoastM to havea "If There. 1* evidence of Insufficient "4. In the near future a health a guidance program, keeping la tttsdy. Baggte4I r
mind .that food guidance evolves
I ( from Page One) but a proper adjustment of chad** very wide spread in curricula participation In the council might be organized to go -
..1IoW...... ..w a...... 4e.11d.w.e .. and overall plan for the entire M I I'will Improve tight condition offering The number of teacher area tit art, either creative or over all health problem a* they gradually\: from recognition of, the Provt4on and UM M owe*
needs of the about
student, knowledgeof Information occupation
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acre It 1* not recommended that wthln the room Th doors of required foe such a varied program now exist and plan for constructive - the community, and continued should be ttudied. Much mormaterial
.:. II. Several subject area departments -
expensive landaraping be con the classroom open Inward contrary together with pupil load thinking on any situation that
and of ahould be avallab
Improvement pereonnel
to conditions of safety make mach a program prohibitive are not reaching a may: need Immediate attention. use
sldered but the possibility I is auggeit -
facilities through ninth-grade civic! In the
IJNywMwta0..4 sufficient number ol students
d Lockers for the students are not from a financial standpoint. "
d that certain portion be 5. The school health service
ke "Specific/ the oommitle library, and In other dill activtlei
(small classes).
present nor I I. there suitable Therefore, the committee recommends -
IlAaIOIlIIl: EACH AIICHEIM. given over to laboratory IJ'OY..nd committee recommends that when suggests conaMeritlon of the following Field trip to work center
._.... 11" livestock since this I II an space for Installing locker. that the school restrict its a-MaUe. the necessary arrangements can procedure: should be utilized.
} tlrCIUNION agricultural The dressing room and shower offering a* to the number of be made with the Dade
area County "
1. the .. activitiesUnit ofclan
ra1rN.R.M Organize faculty u a Group : *
-A* regard dressing and are not adequate for both separate courses or .--. It U "L That all hop classes above Health Unit physical examinations guidance commute to discuss work or home room program -
shower facilities for boy and boy and girls, but additional recommended, however, that the should be
.uascalpi ox "ATUI. : the ninth grade be combined Into given to all tenth formulation of a definite program might provide for pups
lIMo Ooot.". r wr.. I4.0Sr. a _.. girl In the gymnasium: the committee facilities are planned to meet thisinadequacy school consider the Integration .r two period This would enable grade pupils.Reeeeewe.datieee. of achieving It step by step Professional discussion on social questions,
$4411 I p "". noted theirInadequacy : various courses In order to gives
ha. already the present Instructor to devoteone '
study of guidance by the Understanding of emotional problem
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t MM S .... .....?. An expansion of these The library space 1 II Inadequate mora diversified program, *IM period to girls, or to I mixed fat Agriealtar faculty suggests, that a faculty of growing up, ex educatl
facilities has been approved by for the functioning of an one which more nearly meet the class of boy and girls, in which "1. Adequate facilities for library shelf U needed I, (some of which U being don
K.l..tH M MMil'rmm\ Mil nuttotM.rak this work I II to active library program The need of the pupil.
board and
.. the 11.1 art arid craft would be offered, teaching firm mechanic and best **
II, Itll, M UK peat "! 4 indicate 2 Use of the homeroom period now), citizenship In school am
H....< 4, PtorM, pew Uw Ml: rf proceed within I year It was brary room the such a* plastic, light metal approved practice In farm pro for planned guidance program; I larger community, orientation 0
M.rHi .. "". that Insufficient bility of harmonizing decorative Versatile Teacher Essential
noted there was an
feature done by itudent in leather, etc duction. This will require a new for example, group guidance in : new pupils, preparation for work
number of electrical outlet To do Will It 1 II essential to "2. Provided that administrative shop and a laboratory area seventh grid ta ; In or college, eta
various A sufficient keeping with the purpose of the fe'e': :
Christmas In room library.There. I have teacher who art capable or and special Interest desire "1 Master plan for the development eighth grade of aub- I "8. Placement: Itumgunte
number of outlet should be pro U a signal system forth teaching In several subject ann.It could be overcome combining\ the use, and beautification jests and schools; Ira tome grade I placement effort through Florid

By Annie Msybew FlUpalrfc-k vided"The signal system should be main building, but not for the might also be advisable to consider faclliti ot the Industrial acts of the school1 complete 10 acre for vocational guidance. How to I State Employment Service am
extended to the in outlying buildings There I II no the possibilities of making program with those of the vocational campui. This could Include a itudy and how to prevent, and allow pupil. who wish to spill
If you try to forget It I I. Christ- building public address tome offering available only on / agriculture shop equip laboratory area. correct failure might be discussed for work to do to there onpolnlment. *p
mac which classes are held should be The main clock system In the office ls alternate yean. It II I entirely poeilble ment I II recommended. If this "3. Purchase of a 54010acreglade by and with students; per I Have speakers fro
Because of some grief that you "Adequate space not susceptible to setting for through the Integration of could be accomplished It would soil laboratory area for all aonal development and penonal the employment service talk with
for materials and any
bear heavier provided shop should be Interval less than five minute. certain course* and through dON provide fscllltles for a wider phase of vegetable arming and problem could be the basil of groups students_ ." .
You will find it 1* greater than equipment "There cooperative effort on the part ol rang of offering In both program soil conservation. -
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no provision for healIn
you are purchased the buildings". all concerned to adjust the present and would also provide for ".. Modem textbook for teaching I '
Commendable of the
For Christmas I I. everywhere aspect orogram so that it will be greatly a more constant use ot equipmentthat A follow-up of students to
school ''plant were described a* now stands Idle for a considerable
I enriched more functional and evaluate results 01loc.tlon.1
FapUY "Intense L.ydly"Commended
;,Though you have not I tree nora follow In the evaluation report: more challenging from the standpoint portion of the time. training I Full ComaeTURKEY ; q'. ..,
garland School Bile Excellent of both student and teacher "3, The home' visitation be considered "5. The teaching program be I
Nor the tiniest candle to light, The "Intense loyalty" *". '(or the purpose of making based on the community and student -
Still the spirit of Christmas. enfolds "The school I II situated In an pupils I to Redland School 1 rndth to the home economic education *' Immedite and long-time
you excellent tile to promote health the community received special' CwrtrvJiim Weaknesses Listed more functional To provide need In a total school
For the star In the East I I. sUU and safety Th. ground and the .commendation In the report of "Some of the chacterlstlc weaknenei money for such visitation It I. "0. A close pror.m.1 I DINNER
bright landscaping are beautiful and art he[ evaluation committee observed In the curriculum recommended that application be rational agriculture ,
conducive to aesthetic appreciations Also commended were by the committee were: made for .I unit in vocational courses for total growth' of stu

The play area are more The "fine! social attitudes of the "I.I Teaching practice! Indicated education.. dents.
than adequate and clearly marked pupils, especially In matters Involving that the faculty wa not In common "4. A' standing committee be "7. Vocational agriculture program Christmas
to You Although certain classroom are i co-operation, courtesy accord with the stated \philosophy organized for the purpose of Include adult course ai part Day
rather small, the space II I well dependability and loyalty, the ( and objectives *t the analyzing .and Improving the i of the total school program. Agriculture -
YOU used for Instructional purposes. I the fine pupil-teacher relationship ichool! courses of study, This committee : teacher should spend full
end Th. new rafetorlum will be an existing throughout the "2. There I I. evidence of some Should be composed of the principal I time on agricultureGuidance ".
Improvement on Ihe present I school, the teacher knowelge of lack of cooperation and under- member of the acuity,
AND YOU! lunchroom program This change pupils' outof-school l life;, the wide I finding and/or among the administration Student, and Interested laymen I Program Needed :
will provide space for two mora participation by puplli in Khmil faculty, and students. It should think of the curriculumIn ,. "Th Redland School cannot $1.50
cUsurooms, when the shop Is activities, understanding by the S It I U apparent that there It term of the, need of boy* and properly be laid to have guidance ,
moved to the present location of pupils of the environment In no definle plan.In operation for girls, and consider curriculum :. program, since only one
the cafeteria which they live especially as It making a continuous study ot the building.. a continuous developmental teacher-hour dally II I allotted lo 1
"It was also noted that a amount of pride Is taken In keep economic and science cluasseV "4 Throughout the school there should call upon' the available with guidance responsibility, and
ing the plant neat and beautiful! I.I evidence of the lick of effort consultant service provided by that one teacher has had that one at ,
The plan and arrangement of Assistant Principal Needed toward the Integration ot subject 'the slat department and Institutions hour for only about I month.
different department I II conducive In theunderst.ndlnl of higher learning This i Prior to that time he carried on
areas, a* a*
to good\ administration To Appointment of an assistant of committee should consider a two- some guidance practice In addition
: cite a specific example, the com principal l, dean or guidance coun and application method ofInstruction. fold purpose: first Immediate i to a home room and flv.I .- SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANT
1 mlttce found the location nf the sellor was recommended by the accepted Change In the curriculum that I class load However there are :
committee, which found that administrative best meet the needs of the some fine guidance being
I ant trulture building and the gymnasium "5. The UM of the library for puplliWith practice
to be excellent\ TIM gym- I and public relations weaken the the existing facilities, second carried on In the school, and
9rcetingsWe nuslum I I. well lighted and roomy. duties and other demand limit study effectiveness purpose of the library In theInstructional a long-range plan that will I the philosophy of the teachers expresses U. S. 1 Just North of HomesteadPhone
MHO, we observed throughout the the principal In his supervision provide course and facilities to I a definite guidance point
of instruction In lieu ot an asslKt- program.'t of view . 4S7-X-B j
day that classroom space la available The offering should be expanded meet the need of all the pupils.
for confeience and special ant principal, the committee I "11. Consideration might be "The committee recommendsthat .
I' In the music department
activities. Finally? there I II adequate recommended that the principal given to a Blx-perlod schedule the principal and faculty
don't want to up strings, small group practice)
pies delegate one member of the faculty (
space for storage of custodial ". agriculture which carries an activity periodat ; study cooperatively with the stu- '
of extending to ..eIn that The 7. The vocational
the capacity -
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supplies In the house near could be mad more which time many of the enrichment
i OUT belt wlihei to each lid auditorium" committee further recommended department of.cru.e phase of the educational -
that the county take over all effective through the purchase
I II would b made
of you. May this be a moat Wuknews Detailed pupil transportation. The school for the training and experimentation available program. !

Joyous Christmas for all! I board has taken over bua transportation in the growing of ".. Appointment of a committee -
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Among weaknesses of too truck and citrus
In all county schools
to study and mean of
school plant, In addition to those except Homestead and Redlaiid 18, The present agriculture way .
better interrelationships
Texaco developing
One-Stop I already mentioned,, Hated is too small to do the typeof
were ; and plan to take It over In these hop of between subject areas. ; and .
"Certain claaaroom have\, too after the first of the year. I'f\l-\ work: Indicated by type between classes of the sub : .. i I.4
same .I .
R. IL Done A II.. : It houses. wpesA .
tools I ,
little light because of certain cipal nice said I v "rr machine I jects. This committee should also' 'o .+-. t- ..',. t '_
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I and "3. The Industrial arts ,.,;, "'-
close to the window Some Regarding the curriculum give consideration to continuous "'f
11"1 light to
L" ( art inadequately lighted, course* of study at Redland High equipment I II much too pver-all planning of teacher of

.. .,.,.,.,..,,..,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,. .... ..,,,.. -- ,. ..,,..,.,...,.."..".'..''..'''''''''' grades 1-1J In order that the total I ,j .
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faculty may have a clearer. concept -

of the total. educational pro
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W committee' report continue: '

; Health and Physic! Education } .Jl l' .

oRoPv,4 :: :_ "It I* felt that both the girl.' '. .

.. r and boys' program ( ;
In physical education at Redland J
High School II I well organized and
conducted. There appear to bean ,r
unusually good pupilteacherrelationship f Rte ,

Ask Santa for and Ibe between boy and the girls.instructors ) '

your a new "The'' activities, as set up for ., [: .4hid )
both the girl and boy Indicate ,
definite,' concrete planning Noon .
program ot: phase monopolize , LiLiji4 ,
any given .re.. There I I. equal tI '

r distribution, ot facilities, equip 'Jut ,. '
ti ment and supplies between the
I. two program Ample equipmentand j

supplies are on hand to take jI I .. .. .. ._ .. ..
care of the activities a* set up for I 'r.' "'"
the year Evidence point to a ..'...71" .... . , -q . ,,.
l I mutual understanding betweenthe
two Instructors, with a corresponding -
oneness of direction
in the entire physical education

The playing area In the gymnasium

.. .with oil!! these wonderful features and the playground out ,,
01 doors are sufficient In size to y.b 'yIi) ; '1
"'. Forneys Meter-Miser mechanism withYar take care of the need of the 1' rtv v t hh ,a' slP44
school population.
j I a I N :- W Protection flan "Observation of physical education I
Inclusive Deuble-laty Qwlckube Troys-iom .classes indicates a' .

out el e finger touch of grade (7-11)) In the $

Full-wldrh Super-Fresier Chat various periods throughout the as
day. This I.1 Inimical to progression
,:;.> ; .''. f'l! A Full-width, glass-topped, porcelain In'teaching.' Six* of classes ", t.'

c tft. Hydra, varies from four to 32 in the

"; t, Sliding Basket, Drawer fee *g|., smell parcels >oyi* d....* . .
"Our finding Indicated that no
: t .p It Urge, Mulrl-Pwrpes St.r..* Tray health Instruction course was : f

1 ,1': It All-aluminum, ruit-preof? * given at the senior high level
i Neither are there physical exam- .
3 typoi-14 modtli nation to the pupil between the

i ? Right now'i the time to start hinting 'for you eighth and twelfth grades.KeeeantaendatloM "

f p' new' Christmas FrIgidaire Refrigerator. But ,t .I
"It I.1 recommended that: '
before you do come In and tee oil the new t 1o :
1. Serious .consideration should ss
" 1 Frlgldalre Refrigerators. Sec the beautiful Interior be' given to. scheduling physical t

i trim and oil the latest convenience 'features education for pupil first by

1 of' Matter Deluxe and Imperial models grade graces*, (7-(ascend, " 11-11)combination). and '

1"l . then start dropping hints at home!I.. ,? third by grade .,-.-. oil 10-11-11
One Clan of four pupil might be
discontinued and those pupils {

ra : Model Dl1 1IWltia laced In* other larger cl...... It
rP, lee lies :ahrley.. Mm *V all possible closes should be
s o equalize: In sit*. 8. fc 1

!t : Ad I'orrt-liln '"9. The physical could 1 very education well Instructors be GLADE !& GROVE SUPPLY'CO.

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Ask About Easy iiI ., scheduled for one hour per day .
Terms .
to 11IIIUte elementary .
teacher In Grade 4, 8, andS ,' .
foe)physical education activities./ ; nGEO.' II. COOPER . :

i One instructor could handle the Prl.ton J ..f i; .. Homestead 1
girl and one the boy Since the .

T-U total number is I only c.nIIIII: In felt Grade that .". \ ., ''r .'
.. thi might be arranged. n", i ., !
S. A* Boon a* health teacher
can be found who U properly
PERRINE, FLORIDA Te e 3041 qualified. a course la elective

Ow.ewoper.w. hi H_ a.aJ"p living should be offered to girl .. ..
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Parcel Post Truck to Deliver Late strutted Taylor'I Slough board' walk The naturalists out Into! ILEADER I -ENTERPRISE Friday I>ff. 23, 19! -b fi f

1 will point out and explain the i
Parcels ,
Arriving o'n Christmas '
DayLate pleats, bird, animal and geeloglal dancing war enjoyed and refreeh- were\plMled. here that .,
formaUont for benefit of meats were served Inside the MM. eaej+,HiUon Iron 'Taw aid|

arriving fin pareelll'Mllh. There will be carrier service the ......... An exhibit and man clubhouse. 1 the Mta* River section tee .-
no This Christmas doeeration I cetireted rerttont.) to
prefect tjlantlBg
of the park will be the auctem
Meg Hemeetead too Lie for dettv- ChrMmat
on Day. wat the work of Mr. and Dad County whisk. ta seller.
of the which
try on ChrUtm Eve including temporary museum .... "B"A'BYL1-I rtD"
U to Mont ) Baker.Decoration Mrs.1 )'Nn, harvested 1,160 awe
expected Into
AMI arriving at t a. m. on GUIDED WALKS expand a park .
be housed InaMe the In preparation for the arrival
Christmas Day, addressed for de- project tome day .
renter, effective .use of acbiftui. of ptiduee buyer, grower are
jiverr by city carrier! *, wHl be (Continued from Page OM) I in a specially deaigned building.The bought Homestead Phone 860
berries and pine wee the requested by Phillip to remove) 29 So. Aven
tent out for hat
delivery by parcel acquired 116,7)3
and former superintendent of park ,
work of Mr. and Mra. A. W. Dor- any rjmalnlng machinery or new
poet truck on Christmas I' of land
morning and
YoMmlte National Park. acres privately-owned
fan boat and hastes for the boxes which they stored on the
announce A. V. Phillip, acting Jan 1 will mark the Institution 100,000 acm ot land and water, evening. Particularly beautiful I' market platform during the **.-
postmaster. of the dally guided nature tours : the latter a donation by the state
war a centerpiece of tropical mer month
"Sine such a Urge number of the and the hat been cleared to
In park and the establishmentof I way fruits from the park. Infant Shop and Photo Studio
r pat office patrons residing within the temporary museum and begin Immedate acquisition of the
the city limits of Homestead, are Information center in the old 135,000 acne of privately owned w
.Hot within the city: mill delivery lodge at Royal Palm Hammock I land In the park area. PINELANDContinued .

limits and are compelled to receive j Comfort stations aba will be provided To pteeerve the ....l1dn... atmosphere ( from Page One) Brooks Inc. Everything for Children to Are
their mail through the general I l for public UM. of the park, building acre of glade tomatoes this sea 8"I ,
delivery and poll office box I f Park Naturalist WilUrd lI I It being held to a minimum, but ton. Infants' and Children's Wear Shoes Toys Gifts,'
a*, a tpecUl' window will ben' (Dilley will be assisted. by Ranger I necenary concession buildings I' .
opened ": 10:30: a. 11JOm. : Naturalist Lawrence Sheffield Fairly good quality expectedto 'Ir I.*
In 1 and ranger housing have been Accessoriesr
Christmas I :-to'e I conducting the nature walks andaettlng conitructed. be shown by the early toma- Photographs and [ ": *

any late arriving gift parcels that up the museumThe A two-dty tight-teeing trip toes, Phillip I says Predictions are Oldest Completely
may be on band at that time," he walks will be conducted J I'Into the park war made recentlyby that grower: stand to "make Ikilling"

said dally It 10 m. and I p. II\. over I Congressman Ivor Fenton, a this season on account of Equipped Gro'eCarttaken
I the Aug. SS hurricane which
'No other service will be I two route* the nature trail cut', member of the approprlatloni :
' wiped out the early Fort Pierce
rendered through this special through the hammock at Paradise committee for the House, Beard
and Indian' River Althoughthe WISHING } UAM CHRISTMAS
window" crop I Irepl.nted
Key and the newly-con! report The party vltlted the '
storm-destroyed acreage war
: Shark River area, the Cape Sable I *
local were afforded -
country and the park't only settlement growers S Mr and Mr*. L C. James
a two to three-week head
the little tithing village
* start which U expected to give
of Flamingo' them a two-week market fret ef p. o. BOX M ,
State Road 27, the only land ill except Texas
iv Ill"//! acceu Into the park, hat been According to County Agent HOMESTEAD 11-E, FLA.rbne .
reworked to the Monroe County
Chas H. Steffanl, from BOO to
line by the county road depart-
> 4h.J- ment. It It In excellent shape to 800 acres of plneland tomatoes -- .. ..- ---
Coot Day and In good shape on
_; '(1T to Flamingo, Beard My* I

iI'iI'En COUNCILContinue4

( from Page One)
of building permits which Included r "

Come built a In 17,100 Ponce CBS de residence Leon by to Mill be I j [ : :o/j:/
to ; < >
May E. Riley; a '..&00 CBS I "I' \ : : , '" J, : . \ 1 .
dwelling In the new John Scott ,
GLADES RESTAURANTMENU Subdivision' ; and $..000 CBS \ -
model home to be built by H. O.
Barber In Ponce de Leon.

AIM approved war Consulting :_ ': 4 t e, ,, 0 : '
Engineer Wm. Sydow' tee of ;/u' ,. I' 'I. . .. 'I .."' '', ,,} ,vi-'U7, y ;v ; v.-'f" "' t.
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$''.211 for professional aervlcei .
In connection with the purchaseof '< .; : : -
; :
I two dlesel generators and 1./ : : : .
Cream equipment for the
Turkey Soup plant. city light w--r. + ,r t

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Permission war livenh.. "' i' "
J to tYerniont TurkeY-Cornbrea Dressing Homestead volunteer fire department
I to'sponsor a two-week carnival rft. :
Cranberry Sauce In the city ball park to
begin either Jan. 30 or Feb. 0 7.i .4 :, 'j.

Asparagus Tips Chef's Salad The customary license fee war ,\, '
waived. :
"'.r l.. +I. M
Mashed Potatoes Yams 0 John E. Davit, distributor for S ", A
Sinclair Refining Co., asked relief ; ', .5 ANOTHER r' i

.... ., ._- .. ;, Harvard Beets ', of the council, at construction
.... ...," ....... of the company'i pipeline '"i' Yuletide season arrives,. ,
from Itt bulk plant on S. W.

f Pumpkin Pie It Fourth being sic delayed to the F. C.taxpayers'proteiU Railroad .; ; with all its friendliness >

orMince against company use of ", : and goodwill we pause to :&
I'ieMerry the city ttreett. He wit told thatno . : I" ,

'" action could be taken until ( foil ... 'j,;,: .. I add our Greetings to each ., J.l1. '
.1/' ruling on the clty't liability to ; t : i : I t ''It..... 1'" l0
,. "':\ .Tea Coffee > ,fr a possible taxpayert' cult can be .. .., .
"' ', '....! '' ;-or ;" :,J. .... .... obtained from City Attorney Iti :(. .. #/ of you with Whorn .hqy'fj'!; JU moo..:o" Ind, .
; '' : ,
'' .
.., '" C. Haycock who It away on tbutlnett last 'iJ.-
.... /1 t .
I' since .
'" \ trip. | .: !'! 'M. come in. contact
0to . '
I' $1 Mrt. Lucile M. Carter, assistant ; : Christmas. And to those ;
.75 t city clerk, read a letter from a J

courteous winter tourist assistance commending of Police the ,t. of you whom we hope to i

Chief Wm. F. Brantley to the .
writer on a recent visit here. y "l serve next year, the same ,

Christmas FIVE t. \ ,t genuine Merry Christmas. '.

y. FROM JENNY AND RAY (Continued from Page One) "t' 'fir\ It has been a genuine ,. .
[J. D. MacVlcar, and Commissioners 1 .
r' Jest Yarborough and "Red" ( pleasure to serve you, and '
Snedlgir. The wives of all the .
members, with the exception of '1
trust may'continue
we we
Mrt. Snedlgar who was absent on '. .1'' r

r Glades Restaurant were account Introduced of. Illness before In the the family commissioners. , .' ; :, : in the same capacity in the i.itr :

.. J I months to come. ,. -'
After the floodlighting ceremony :
one of Binti't many helpers .
-unlest the Santa stuck In the \: 1 :if Good luck .and' 1.JJI..J.t'nrr\l : .,, Ii.t / ".

276 S. Krome Ave. chimney wat only a helper.r A-.,,''.' Christmas!r. .' \ I..t '".; ( q'r.
drove up on the lawn of the .
t clubhouse In a sleigh towed by :' ,;' ., : '. ,
an automobile and distributed .
.14' 0" .1
t't.t. candy to the assemblage. LaterI .I II' :' r ;.

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our splendid coo porti '
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I AT Gifts CHKMTMAS were enehenfedeUua PARTY by the ELIOT O'HARA IN FILM I
Ii r r r. Events in South Dade . . IIIIIItbert of First Dept st DoMe TELL OF CERAMICS
: '' Dec II .1( the daM Chrietma i- HEARS MRS CREWDSON

et I party at the home of Mra.Othetla .
F. Redd Homemade -' A aound film In color showing Renutlful rut polniettlM. formedthe
$lei and coffee were lervedPrtMnt the water color artist Runt decoration In the rectory
II ANN MARIE'DUOWN TO BECOME HRIDE MRS. riCKAKD HONOEin MR. AND MILS W. I 1), COKf lt TO CELEBRATE were Mr*. B. R. Swil- OHira, painting a some from living room and polnaetUes. in
ON ANNIVERSARY I ley M.... Je** Ooaaman Mn. J start to finish;was shown by Miss Icing adorned the rake which was
Mr T. D. Fiche entertained I lit a Pope Mr. T E. Kirby, Mrs Helen Pope st the Homestead caved with coffee by the hocteeses -
honor of the birthday anniversary Prank L. Mellwain. Mrs, Julia Art Club'i open. bouaa Monday Mrs Lotttrh Mra RB.. Brown
Mr. and Mrs Chas, It. Broun In the glee club. In her senior of her mother, Mrs Catherine In honor of their golden wedding T. Martin. a grandson, Elmer Polk Mrs W. H. Taylor, Mrs evening et the home of the Rev and Mrs. Emma Boyle
of Modello art announcing. year she was secretary of the Plckard, on Friday at the Fiche I anniversary, Mr. and Mr. Martin; e granddaughter Mr.. Stella Harper Mrs Georgia Big- and Mrs, r. J. Loltlch. Mill Pope Present besides those named
approaching marriage ofheir itudent council and president of home on W. Avoeado dr. Guests W 0. Coker are inviting" frlende Orotund D. Cash; and four great .ers, Mn. D. H. Dellinier, Mrs end Mill Marjorie' Whltetlde. who were Mr. and Mrs It T Buih-
daughter Ann Marie, to Jack the Junior Red Caps Chapter were >6 members of the T. E. L. I grandchildren Diane and Bottle ChH V. Barnes, Mn. T. O. Fiche, operated the projector, obligingly nell Mr and Mrs. T J. Flu-
Bates Levy, eon Of Mr. and Mrs ,A partner In Fligler Fotothop, Class of Ffet' Baptist Church for to a fish fry Thursday evening ..tCeJkar' Cash and Janice and Tummy Mrs H. J. Davis and Mrs R. J. repeated the showing ai everyone gerald Mr. and Mr. Kenneth
Wm. 0. Levy of Redland rd. The the future bridegroom was graduated which Mn. Pickard was teacherfor FtaMflf camp M Jew flah Martin Keen. wanted to see the film twice, Llnke, Mr and Mrs Ben' Archer
wedding will be solemnised on In photography at Miami a number of year Creek. Also on the program was Mn Mrs Frank Webb Mrs J. T. B.
New Year'i Day In Redland ComI I Technical Hl.h School In IMS After the gift were opened by Native norMlwM, Mr. Cokff PARTY Henry Crewdson who spoke on MtElray Mrs. Lawrence Pope.
I munlty. Church. He li active In church and acout the honoree a brief program Wit GLEANERS HAVE CHRISTMAS I her hobby, ceramics, and showed Mn. Sarah Hosteller, Mn Chris
The bride-to-be ha.'lived In the I work and li a corporal In \the preiented. Light refreshments and the former France R. Keen AT HOME OF MRS.. JOHN II. WIIITT numerous pieces of pottery she Petersen' Mrs Howard Perkins,
district\ tine her parents moved National Guard were served by the hostess were married on Christmas had made and had fired In the Mrs. R. E. Insua Mrs Crag. A.
here from Birmingham six yearigo. of IBB9 it the home of the bride'sparents kiln st her home, 1004 N. Krome Collins, Mrs Harris Delk. Mrs
She wes graduated In June In Ona, De Sots County The members ofh.. Gleaners Mrs Dexter Home sang eve. M... W. B. Caves president, W. O. Robertson Min Susanne
from Redland High School where MRS JOHN I DOUTHIT IS INSTALLED fla. The bride was 16 yean old Class of Tint Baptist Church ChrUtmai" and Told""The to "Whlt'j presided end Mrs A J. Helsler- Browo, Mr. Lottlch Mr. Cavil

i she was active In dramatic and WORTHY MATRON OF NARANJA O.E.S. and With the their bridegroom family,, 14.they moved were feted at I Chrletmai party eompanlment Story Ever played by man presented the program. and Jss Q. McElroy..

t I to homestead. In t no, and seven peg 10 at the home of Mrs John Helger. I
<4< KFDLAND CLUB HONOR Mrs John Douthit was installed of yellow chrysanthemums by yean. liter established the campat It. Whet teacher, by the losing Cake, coffee and Christmas MRS MCCARTNEY HONORS OFFICERSAT I
MISS EUNICE GRADY worthy matron of Narsnjs Chapter her son Carter Doulhlt. After an Jewflih team In an attendance contort candles were served. AD ASTRA CHRISTMAS MEETING
inspirational talk, Mrs Douthlt Making their home here are The hoateems were Mrs R. B. Present! besides thoie. mentioned "
I A special Christmas gin was of the Order of the Eastern presented gifts to the Inilalllng Mr, and Mra. Cokcr's son, James Simpson Mrs Howard V. Jones, '\>re Mrs. E. H. Barnes
'presented to Mill Eunice Grady Star In 1 Star Point ceremony officer In a surprise courtesy, I. Coker; a daughter Mrs. John' Mr. Virgil Sprinkle, Mr. Howard Mri A. D. Fogle, Jr. Mrs. W, B. Mn Chat L McCartney, retiring In the chapter hall. r
t- :county agent, at the holiday partyof Friday evening In the chapter the birthday anniversary. of the Seat. Mrs. Nixon Smiley, Caves, ,Mrs. James B. Fatherree, : worthy matron of Ad Mire Mrs B. F King and Mrs Robert .
Redland Home Demonstration path Initalllng officers wereMri.: worthy matron wn marked with .ANDLRSON Mrs. Lyman Williams and Mrs Mrs. H. A. Moan, Mn.. J. E. Chapter of the O, E. S., presented Vrsna were Initiated Into the
Club Dee. IS at the home of .
on Mabelle Ramey grand officer; the presentation of gift from the B D, McGinn! Swarthout, M.... Hugh Enter, chapter.
Mra l. L. of Dayihoredr BITES READ HIREMlM her officer. with gifts In a candlelight
Murray The assembly\ and banquet halls
Mrs Eitelle Oldham chaplain; group and a birthday cake topped The rooms were decorated Mrs. V. O. Wagner Mrs Chat
.J Decorations were in the Chrlit- Mrs:" Walter Peterson, marshal; with lighted candleiMi petty Jean Anderson and throughout with arrangements of Cunningham, Mrs. L. K. Bishop, courtesy Friday night at were decorated with baskets of
:\. mil motif Mr*. Elmer Crawford sod Mrs W O. Tslbott, organist i. ur on"" ittningworthy | Earl Mode both of Miami, were poinsettia blossoms and ivhlnu Jr., Mrs. Gordon W. Ivey, M..... the Christmas meeting of the I red polniwttlss. During e social
directed a recreational progrsmCake Supporting officers installed matron, presented a candlelight united In marriage on Dec 11 by berries. GUfU were exchanged J H. Roberts Jr., Mn. Harry 8. chapter: Plans were made for the hour, gins were exchanged
and coffee were served. v,,>ere! Norton Peters worthy pi- I Star Point ceremony W. C. Morton at the Morton home around' !fabled Chlritma tree Rive., Mr.*. Jot Jenklni Mn. public Initallatlon Mr. and Mrs. around a lighted Qhrlitmas tree.
Present' besides those nun- tron; Donald Cooper associate Birthday cake and coffee were at 5 N. E. Tint ave Witnenei Prig winner! in the Christina Mary Nordieth Mrs. W. T, McConnell Alfred W. Phllllpi, worthy matron -I Sandwiches, Christmas cookies.
.' :tloned, were Mrs. C A. Bryant patron; Mr., LYdia Sayen secre served to the 60 present were Mrs If. R. Vann of Miami contents were Mrs. R. E. St Mn! "., Jr, Mn Harry Martin and worthy matron elect' and punch were. served to the 40
j' ,inn Ceo, W. prlgKers Mri tiry, Mill Marie Bather conductreu At the farewell meeting for the and Mrs. Marvin Shaw of Home and Mn. D. II. Delllngcr, Jr. and Mini Eitelle BurnHim. and their new officers on Dee 30 present f f
Warren Wood Mrs R. B. Himp- -----
; Mri.. W. W Bethel retiring worthy matron on Thursday itead
ton Mrs Lynn Lounibury, Mr. associate conductreu; Mn. Peter- evening of lest week Mri. The bride wore e blue crrpe
; David Colburn, Mri. Albert Wat- Mri Talbott, CHRISTMAS I
ion, chaplain; organist Peters presented!! gifts to the officer ensemble black accemorlei and
<' lout Mr*. Roy Bryant Mrs Marie ; Mri. Juunlli Banister, who had served with' her. s corsage of pink rosebuds. 01 ',12 TO HE HELD IN LIONS DEN DEC. 28
t', Hemming. Mri. J. E. Campbell, marshal; Mrs Oertrudo Wllliami, The presentations were' made by The newlyweds are making
Mrt.. J). A. Mulllni, Mri. Ralph Ruth; Mri Frances Hobbs, Esther; Mri. Nell Mulllni and Mrs W, W. their home at 2148 Slat at In
Hunt, Mrs Howard Croute Mrs ,Mri. Either Lambert, Murthn; Miami. The annual reunion dinner of reservation which may be made
E. Ricesang
Bethea while Mrs.
Ben Benson, Mrs C. D Smith, Mn. Lllllnn Ousley, Elocta; Mrs Red md With School Class of with Mill Gertrude Odom of
Martin, Mri. Door IB42 li ichcdulad for 7 o'clmkWednesday of Princeton Mill Helen Pope of
"'g Mn. Walker J. W Moore, warder, and J W. In recognition of her yean of Mrs Van E. Ferreyra. member
evening In the Lion Eureka dr. or Oti Loper Of Coll-
K. Thompson Mrs Frank Went Moore, sentinelAnnouncement,
Beta Pi International
service ai chapter organist, Mr* of Kappa
IcV'i Service Station In Home-
Mri. W. W Bethel and Mini Muy made that Den
wax with legal sorority attended a formal
W. O. Talbott was presented
I I. the deadline for stead.FIDELIS ,
belle Home installation will be held later for Monday
a china figurine to add to her dinner given by the University
Bbienteei, Mri Oulda Hemming, extensive collection. of Miami chapter on Die 15 In
The December supper lor associate worthy matron, Mrs Special guests were Mr. and the Miamian restaurant In honorof CLASS MEMBERS\ ENTERTAIN
I 'parishioners. of St.'John'i Episcopal Thoi Chapman treasurer, and! Mri. Fred Mink of Miami the sorority founder, Alice CHRISTMAS LAWN PARTY I .t.tO .tf .tr
Church' will be held next Mill Sarah Vihlen Adah. Cake and coffee were aerve I Wednesday evening In the pariah Ai the new worthy matron was I
hall on N. E. llth .t. A musical encoded to the altar she was' PARTNERS Member of the Fldcll Class of Supper was, served on tablet
program will follow the supper presented with an arm bouquet I YOUNG PARTY-GOERS FIND I First DalUstturrh\ entertainedtheir placed on the lawn Center of f
NY MATCHING HALVES OF YULE CARDS} husbands at a fried chicken attraction was ,e lighted outdoor !
upper on Thursday evening of Christmas tree around which the
Christmasgames last week ot the home of Mr, and guests exchanged gifts. A special
winners In
Partners found by matching Prize
Life rd.Mr gift was presented by the dan
Althouie Mri. Earl Byrd of Farm :
I' : halves of Christmas cads at were Deity members to Mrs. J. H. Drswdy D ,
rL1flir the holiday party given for members Jim Morris Carmella Bommarito teacher,
of the Homestead High and Norton Wakefleld Gifts were ;
School clan Monday evenIng exchanged around a decorated *. Chas I* McCartney Mrs i6
: 'junior
Anna D. Carter and Mill Either r
at the home of Mn Green Christmas tree, Mt tTin
Livingston attended the Inititu-
r 1 fives, clue teacher hostesses Refreshments were Ice creamIn ,,
tlon of Orchid Chapter of the O. t
Claus mould and cake rtT .
y were the room mother, Mrs IIR. Santa
JICHTS will,, twinklefl & & Pierce Mr. Ralph Jordan, topped with holly Icing served E. S.In Saturday Mimnl. in Biscayne Tern- --- ]
-J22 Mrs 0; C with punch
golly this Christmas Eve In : Mrs. A. B. Home
millions of windows throughout J Craddock and Mrs A. A. BuMey.fcu Approximately 30 were present. We take pcasure! in offering .1 ,

land Hearts will beoverflowing the of the I 3
the you compliments ;
with glodnesi os I I hate '' '
families everywhere toast a LUNCIIEQN OF, REDLAND WOMAN'S CLUB Mey your every wish be (retlfleelfond season an dtruly hope'you. t'
t mey'yw Christines I' I. holiday. -' '
''1'' the Yuletide iettkon.1' enjoy' a very happy
Woman'i Club of the ...4.i Mn F, Ituley Tlcneman and Ml** old time hopelnets.iijiiiviiiiniii. If
Here's hearty wish for The
o \1 Elsie La Fctrs. I
friends os enjoy f\\ lands held e Christmas luncheon "
you, you i McLendon's' t
festive occasion t meeting Tuesday at the( home of 4
this May ( \ :
& I [ :
the Season boo merry one \. \' Mn D M. Br nnon. 9 South Krome Ave.
C" ii'ii'I
full of contentment joy and we. The group decided to provides

goodwill cot blanket and! bed linens' for t V I
the Redland school clinic si part
r of the club'i youth health pro- nOM '
gram Plans were made to show I Leader-Enterprise Want Ads Bring Results!

Mac\ Morris\ Beauty Shop films "Food for Health" and
-Dental' Caro" to the school pupil Ruth Hairdressing StudioOver
In January Mn Seymour
Ml N. Krome Ate. Dane presided In the sbience of ( Brown's Pharmacy) Immediate Delivery

Mri Arthur A. Kraniberger
I Present besides thou mentioned A
were Mn M. A Baker, I,
Mr E. A. Carter, Mr. J. P.
Elliott, Mrs. Frank W. StUlman ,
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I. ) "a" OF EVERY DAY 41 I CHRISTMASSincere Rock and Concrete Products .; F

it ; h good wishes for
I tt
r y ti continued hopplneis-our C Read Rork Pea Reek
e) Concrete Rork Screenings r
( : Christmas wish to each of Concrete Block Reek Fill ,"

'.. you. .

Webber & Wollam We Deliver AnywhereBRANCOR

ifl Fabric Shop
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4e PROTECTION Benson Electric Services PAUL' 0. COINKLIVS. "...-...... K. P. CORDON. SMTnM, C... Hit I

i' '" \ Yes, Insul-Mastic-the time-tested and Radios & Refrigerators Rock Pit on Redland Rdn S. of f Mowry Ph. 419

r ,,, i i. scientifically proven material-has been I
for Florida homes Princeton. Ph. Ill I
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protection -- -
. as a guaranteed -
the hot Florida sun and driving rains 'of> Ludman Auto-Lok I

Hurricanes! It seals your home against the ravaging penetration

of moisture, it insulates, it beautifies. all in ONE single appli WINDOWS I

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InsuJ-Mastlc) is an oil base baterlal sprayed on with high pressure Awning Window

I spray guns . 15 times THICKER than ordinary paint. in your Aluminum Awning; Steel Casement

white and beautiful'pastel colors. CARRIES A TENS ,
choice of of Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double-Hung
GUARANTEE! Yea Insul-Mastlc work every second

every YEAR day, year in and year out, for the protection of your home! Romfh Aluminum Jalousie . Romfh Glass Jalousies An aluminum awning window completely r
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a: DIAL 48-9310 1 1or 1t GLASS and GLAZING protection. Vents automatically :

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Hit .. W. flab ISM-.,atlas*!. DerMs \\ ' ;. ;\i I w. C. Bass & Sons W. C. BASS & SONS .

Phone 743-M-4 Homestead

: Rain L Bet Its, BeeteateU Fkeee TU-M-4 Exclusive Distributors South of Miamir' I

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theme ol the meeting ol Ellen =" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL I- ...................... ......994.
PomMtUtt, nelly and lighted Mrt Ceo bull circle IMderdNra I
; McVtefcer Circle ol the Silver I bedroom CBS ,tome" on I .large, llMM.tia.
Chrlalmu owMUw were used foi member and<<1 vlnllwn were
decoration it the annual Chini 1- intnxluiodI Palm Wile. a. on i Dec 14 sIre II. a Its. nicely\ i.nhnnlarl, / | | iiunri, lots; --. .a..Lo..a....
home 111( Mi. H E. WlttenIf casi'"I )J"I"-I IHr.h. IsrdWOol -
of Uw First MrthutliMW 1 W Baker Imam
ni! jMrty I presented
I u \ c cMn llK i >. .nlivl, tree sod TURKEY SHOUT canurlM at
8. C S. Tuesday .\et>lllM| in solux too< I piano auompaiiimrntplayed , I..ediac( Service
I Leroy !Sprinkle; read from CONTRrTK BLOCKS aU alas. bail, Mini' MN OIIUH. I DKBIHAIII AI Hatter. ((4(1))
the church retreatiun hall CeniUr l by Mn J D Redrt MesaSylvia .
the Srrlpluret' and Mr D. A "is weLsasr v17A1ec' 0 .K tKAIl'HIuS' slums
ot attraction was a lighted flames gave a reading 8'RlorII Co Nannja, Fta
Mull 11M reeented. Why the Card ef Think FICA HNANODI: !
Christmas Ira-under which gaily- : The Night Before Chrlitmai Chime RMg" Twenty .bee.ullagewere Reasonable Prices ........................... PhoMtTl.BKAUT1FUL. RADIO aal'AiI-Qakk *er...
wrapped gift wits placed for and the croup )Joined In tie ringing All work pMrtmlwA Prtw
exchange of Christmas carol made for children at the) BE BURR TO !HER THIS 8 ........... Robert J. Braoka
Wesley. Houae at Ky Weal 4oned ORCHIDS bedroom ..belllllome In ttMetCMldentlal
Special I lift war made by lh* Gamer and contests were directed Quality Workmanship To the person wh p BbtU "'" I
group to the Rev sod Mi.. J. S, by Mn. palL. Plan were mad tor Neh member our pet bull dog. Barter the at all times Uam* Floral*\. wctlw' of 0* RED- DHva, 111r44ar0W. bsrtb.134W.
to bring to the reset meeting .Mtlwt pet that ever _.-wt and CM.f111I4W. 4Vi I II on
Mrs. William ChrMiMt ck tapped with o-errTl rectTd
Jenkins, U Casper
Of't'InlalUen precedent, and to whipped treenWII aarwd. withcoffee a diehtowel for the church Ca wtah to extend our hope that and 011 Parses *. V. .. i HUGEHlwXRINa
IriIeMn.AJlplfoocI. have eve .. JeItQ AVOCADOS, Homete OUti Oe. O1M fir
Mn Chic W. Lelby. Mr* Den I Approximately 65 were ENGINE OVEkllAtL: his conariMc* will let him com- -
aka and pelts wen ilrtv with traitor and all W do steel. UiHglailng
o l the kind of Christmas ought ( prate purpo*** *
WWUnu, Mr* It R. Pierce end prMBnt eereeh BRAKE EEKVICR' to hiv. 10.................. ...... equipment OCXH INCOME end glailng' of all types,,

Pment, besides thou mentioned C J M. For Sale-Uul .;Irate and graclnui .living can be MI N. Krom. Hum 17..

I MRS. O.TALHOTT ELECTED: PRESIDENT I wen Mr, Jo*. W. I Irwin, MOTOR TVNE-tT Bedland OUTHUIRPalm" ..... ...................... ..... ytur arc lU.oeO-aa little *.
Mrt Stanley, Mr, a. Q. Odom, 0 I/I down. Md TtHMSI
Mr*. Howard Cross Mr. Elmer FRONT END ALIGNMENT ........ .. ........ For sale: }-b droMn' trtffrf. ., IttItttte Myrtle's
Crawford, Mr* W. a Thomas : In Florid City, fireplace, porch, PLEASE LET US SHOW YOU Beauty Shop
Mr*. W, O. talbott was elected fee were atrved. Mr*. Emmett" Yarborough Mr. PAINTING For Rent fruit tree, Total price IIW this beautiful HJRNISHri I- UI S. nailer ",.. ...... WALL
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president, and Mr Walter A. Present, besides those men. Ma* Taylor, Mr* Alfred Hed Sc* ECIIOB JORDAN bedroom homo) on I acne with I WORK GUARANTEED

Thompson" ecretary-trenurer, of, Honed were N.... W 0. Talbott.Mr , berg Mn Marie Ilemmlngi" , Mr. BODY AND FINDERIEPA11 Registered Broker Ph. 1 B-J LUSH LANfJHCAPlNQ ndUAwaual
the Part Matron.. Club of the *. Lydia Sayer, Mr. Walter Alton Saner, Mr. R D Hampton For rent: B-bedrooni cottage, ehtrje *. M-tinent. ot '.,..1 t. MYRTLE R 1ARffFA'l'HtR.Manlaet. ,

Naranja O. E. S., at the Christmas" Pctenon, Mr*. Walter Thompson Mr Howard Croune. Mr. 0 atov and refrigerator. led The I I. only 118.000 ,
party Monday evening at the and Mr.. Leonard IL Oreer M.nil* Bryant and Mill Hume SEAT COVERStTnOLSTERINO house Mi Avorado dr W. of 10 arree. on. Bauer dr |MO an -f ,Trice
federal. lliihSiy. (ltUU) sort,. 10 arcs on I tornott dr.
horn" of Mrs Olcn Edwards In .
o IIM an acre Lot on Rnclland rd DRERSMAKINd .nd ALTtRA.T10NS. .
Princeton. i H.P.W.C. FETES; HUSBA NDS .FRIENDS) ,near llauer ilr. aJ o. J. U. DiiuerRL bedroom furnished home near Mn Swan, IM N. W
Mrt. Norton. Peter.,.retiring '
C for rent: fumlnhwl house on I, Boa 43S-B, llnme.te d, eta. tth it. (peS2)
AT CHRISTMAS-1'IDE TURKEY SUPPERTh arhnol 014 large lot (daublerornerl "
matron of the chapter, was wel- DNDEItCpATINQPORCELAIMMNO Avocado dr., Ird house. W. of )
corned Into the club. Announce e Robert rd Pr. 178-W. d23)) \\pdD ample garage apace
rnent war made that the Jan. 11 Red Christmas candle In white table wai'covered with a fur equipment" tUraiiv. ; shower PAINTING and DEOORATJNd,
meeting will be held at the home" ,ltd wash" house. connected Interior and *>terlor MiUin.
candelabra and arrangement ot lace cloth and coffee was poured o
For rent Apartment; adult nlyiSee t For Mle| 10 mires high plrwbnd wth\ ..r.<.. Nicely lindNapod)
Of Mrt Ann Albright of Miami" LUBRICATION : Phon 144-R, .(pill)
holly gave a festive air to table from" I diver service Rudy Simpson '
l rdi with
Gift were exchanged by the J. IL Itclwt at Iluah'i Bur* good location on paved ROYAL PALMS and fruit
appointment for the turkey supper carved and aerved 0GENERAL
member, and Mr, E4w) Vlhlcn given Tuesday night at Red John Dolts acted ai Santa Claus REPAIRSA bet Shop. (IH-tf( Total Price $1,200. Iran, KUHNISIIINOS Includefrarm Expert watch and Jewelry npalhlog
was awarded the luck/Ur Con* land Fruit and Spice Park for far the distribution of glflu lo o See KCIIOE: JORDAN fad( Inrker anil llnttti All work guaranteed Nell'*,

tee of decoration was a Hunted. husbands and friend.of member more than 30 members" and guests I COMPLETE BI'MTFR-TO. tO ferret *rry deep marl on cant teglntered Broker Ih 409.3IenJ1 and total price li ONLY IS fl. Krome. i'hon.11e. (ol(-tl.)

Christmas" tree. I. of the Homestead Ilutlnen and preKnt BUMPER SERVICE: ill of TfiiiiMM. rd. BOO ft 110,000

Black-bottom pie, tea and\ cof- rro'f8fllonol'Wurnan'; Club. 0BUDGET north Piilm" ave (3,40 per acre
0111.1 I of New 3-bedmnm CD home, ronvenlnt W* buy, Nil and trad gun nnd
4-11 ARE rCTCD n.AfN IF DESIREDPAT per year, two year Jesse, 1120 & Warren Mortis j ,to aliCH, ) lii TEPIIEN FOSTER MUSIC\ CLUB SINGS AT HOLIDAY PARTY AS YOU o DRIVE.WRECKER W. lit street, Miami." (dlfl-JS) I II Reglttered Real Kttat Droker I but Inrtimiilrte: 'P$3,900 t li the Phone 111. (Olf-tf l )

I I Thlrty-ilx were present at the 1'IUCE:
I annual Christmas party for 0 Upnlalrt apartments Mn Maud HARDEN-Hiullng.. landM*,tn|,
Homestead 4-H girl iponiored by I Chandler Silver Palm dr., 2nd 10 acres glnde Iniul at btler.section ran COMPLETE: nRAL topsoil potting suit, sand, rock
i emberl of Stephen Fouler held on Wednesday evening of the Homeitoud Home" DcmonMri" house w. of Term rd Ph. 477-J-l. of oiled rd and gravel ESTATE SERVICE art ML Ph. 14J-R. Writ Rt. I, Dog
nlor Music Club tang Chrbt.s lent week at the home of Mr lion Club Dee. 14 In the Future (die) I rd., '3ooo. 14-A, Ilomeitcad."
carol Wednesday evening and Mr. O. C. Criddock. Taking Firmer" clubhouse Hostesses were I Bird Chevrolet Co. RICHARD) FUC1ISRrilnlered

for patient at James Archer part on \tth* program' of Chrlntma Mrs V. M. Grennell. JN Mrs V. I
fioilth Hospital and for thut-ln. "music were Mil Elaine Mc- U Harris, Jr, and M.... James S. 107 N. Krom Av*. '[room apt, ground floor Phone 10 acre glade. land fronting on Broker GROVE MOWINO.( Carl tndllch
After the caroling I the j group waientertained Lendon Miss Maxine Walker, McCready, Ilomeileid, FU. 570-J mane and nlghti. Prefrr oiled rd, .(1(10.( John II. Hale and taj BntnrrKeglitrrcd Rt. 1, Box eel, Homestead. (oldLrtchwortn

with a wiener reset Mill Nancy Rutth Craddock, Mlu Entertainment was provided by permanent renter ((pdj-lf) Ill Snletmenllll place. King bw,.)
Phone II til 8. Krome Are. Ph.
tit the home ot Mr and Mr*. Anita Smith.and Lonnl Turner Christmas" games" and conleiU and N. Federal llwy., Phone 6IT-X-W. fell)

Often Rive on. N W, Seventh The group made plant to provide group tinging of carob, Chrlit- o Room and board, Ill wk. Ph. Ph. JIO-J or 7118.W,
*ve. I Christmas" baiket for I ass cookies and candle,fruit and 22 Years WithChevrolet B03-R. (mSOtf) P.O (log 'II'Ml'mbt'tI WE DO rellibl watch rptlnn
(pile club' Christmas party was needy family. loft drink were served ,Each Wood Jewelry, McCrorr: Ar
2bl'droonens of
For isle: "
; young guwt was presented with ...... .................. tiled bath, lalnunled. porch,
&\NTA' IHSTRIHUTES CHRISTMAS GIFTS I hciUday favor. I For Sale-Miscellaneous\ knotty pine kitchen. Prlct ,Hn,
I 1 Adult went MfI. Lee
I AT BUFFET SUPPER FOR V. F. W. GROUPS !read and guests Mr. Gordon W. Ivey.PAKISII i a. .. ......... ............................"" -$1,0
I See FCIIOR JORDANRegistered ....... ..... ......."...''' (el4-U)
Phon 111.
Broker Ph. 709-J ;
Tvlemberi of the V, T. W, AuxIllary Lighted red candle, mlnttur CHRISTMAS PARTY I young Saanen does, about to Found 1

entertained their husbands Christmas trees, and figurine of BCHEDULED FOR IAN 1 freshen, $21 each AIIIO buck, .. ...... ..... .... ...... .. ........... well
Santa and hi* sleigh were used Burrow, on Comfort rd., Bauer SEE .
.11| I, Christmas buffet dinner Christmas droll will be ring drilling. Corner Krome eve, i
for decoration. Favor dr. (pill) ,
were found Avorada
cups ill
I ISeason's
painting on
M the home the Sacred Heart Junior choirIt it Phony BS6-W. 1
/nday evening pal by and NE. 10th !
of Christmas candies .
I IMr"
fir lest 1'rln' Owner Identify.
fioVita Claus\ dlitrlbuted gift from After the dinner, bingo wasplayed the holiday party for children r D n. N. Krome
I lighted Christmas tree. of the pariah on Jan. 1. The Altar Christmas cacti In bloom" Miniature ; Paikcr ,...... ... .. ... .............J.
Society will be hostess group for Try Us When You NeedA cactus, several varieties, rh. 585-W. (d2J) Wanted

the In the clubhouse, and uiculenU, several vtrletlet. lieonlai -
i Santa party Claus will present each Haircut or In bloom. Mr*. Muuil. Greetings :................. .. .............. .. .............. ....... .... .........."'

child with a email" gift Chandler; Silver Palm dr., 2nd lAd
iI The annual presentation by the Shave house W. of Tenn. rd. Ph. 447-J-l. ..e....."...'...... ... ..... .....I.IoutWallet Waitress. wanted) Experienced

I e :choir of the Nativity In tableaux Balrwt __ __ lie (42-U) arty Raikln' J-uncheorette
+ red music was held Monday night Shave __- IC.abampa. [. near II H. 8. gym. 218 8. Krom lv... Humaitud."
III Nevi King Cooper Auditorium Reward. Ph. Miami 6011 (4231
Medicated _. IM good Jilted saddle I R.
( ) Two Meyer
1 |fter the presentation, the Holy lo perMMi collect Morton Enrllch, l
jam* Society presented baskets hold) hell __ lie and one Welsh pony hor".1 1560 Colllui eve, Miami Bench. Wanted ..- l-bedrootn furhliihe4 I << f
Phone Ptcrlne '
1 Llnrtgren,
a. ftflowerr to lit.. Luther UZrlndler Mamas (plate) -...-. .beCeabhstiea (d 8.U) J'A: /KclleherFor j' (dM) .2loltap.Ph nc47. (die)

.. ; 'c(>m0aiilit, and Mill Facial ._._ no i I
fdllle Olive, director [.oat-.Lady'sIhrse.stmle l diamond
'Tomb _.___ 'It I
Order holiday turkeys now.
your ring In gold setting, Finder Benton Electric: Has
Mustache TrIm __ lOt Deliveries to lull your convenerience. lease return Bultiibl reward

Plain Live or drained. Webber1 Mr. Lillian De Stefnno, Ph
Electric Has Shampoo ( ) IS.BUSH'S
Benson Farm, Phone 787-R-4. (nll-lf) sale) : Delightful J-bodroom IIJ-W, Florid City, (413)( ) !Philco Appliance

CBS home on lot 100x131 In
&[ Philco Appliances Prince!**. Ph 441liUDOEI
n For tnle: 1941 special de lux good location near tromp" ave,
Chevrolet sedan with radio, Tiled roof, tiled bath, tiled kitchcn .
Princeton, Ph. 141 enter S. L Mcklnion, 109 N. W Venetian bllndu, Jaloutled INoAOIQ I

Barber Shop 2th it, 111, 119-J. (nil-tf) porch carport tree Total 'price, oIR2s 14rw'IjA04HIRi
-- 'IOBK( ), Terms FHA. 1 ) CITRUS,

OTKR IM: >FB rirmiou sass
May the spirit of the = 1'M9 ... LAW ItegUtored Broker Ph, 709-J MANGOSOrnameniale
yW MrilM l N WM>r elm thai tlM nitArr.4.
..*" MM klMlMM air Ut* (.Mkhn NlW HOMI MAKW5 I ITltN.AGi
I Yuletide season spread .. *.... '"f Hxklii'. LuwhxmtlU and 'For ale: 2-bedroom home" knotty ef all kin*.
,,Sallft HlxiplM M IM a Kram Aw *
I .. .. .. fit, Inlwuto U iwtaur NiJso pin Interior, On paved rd. Just omw.
'. throughout the corning Ur .150.5.a ell VDa5W lk. .,&'.rm.l.,..k at, the. Clnult Cwirt outilde homestead, Price M.fllO, CALKINS'
I WII.LIA" 11AaCIN term" '
f year 'and make this cornmunitya U.N, See ECHOE JORDAN Sunny
(Ish. 1. I', /e M, I/1/1 '
615Rfor Keglitered Broker Ph .
Phone .
Letter I in
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j I ML Weal .f florid*.City

t r which to live, PHONE 11'-"

i The Se3Ron's Best Fine FurnitureCustom

; Complete Flooring ServiceAnd Built of Mahogany and Other Woods

; .Wishes to each ot you, fflnl -hlngCor.
: : Cabinet Werk Chair Canlnf A sASKrr wJ ni You
Blwtrn Dr. Redland Id. Thene ...., CIhGNsMerman'
Formica Cabinet Tops
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", If yen *r* a If_ to the
4.. f rlly, a h/w Mol a, Iwv lull Marks\
Goulds SUPIl .Coe' \ I b* ,
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.. I Mtcmw aisle,, your rubs
Gould. ria. FLOORING '' fun IpiruW IwM reehrla: :
FHA LOAN'SArranged I If an l,MiM,v.1 ly l..lon.hl M ol ahu: lit you.1h / . N.N N 1.1/11..1111/
.r.. ".'hl'" ttt buy.. W.h ;
,. almiL.1I .*ur Ur.UonirdW.HuktnGLASSES
W" se.a wh'\U' eewllaase M IIYe ........... dsae.e
niuMM M' h M Mid arrant* I
Homestead, Fla. K;*iv* UMM. ("ra.Welcome sad s.ea5pl of

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Wagon i4i N. E. tit IL. Miami, ru.p.otMrfr .

'j Without Cost I lira. Geraldine Champncy Ale CNsiwaed +
Seminole Theatre PHONE ISill&BURR
Breezeway Drive-In III IIITWO To You 'h. JJ homestead ............................... -0

BilOW" DAILY' 7 end 5 P. M. Phone N. 111IATURDAY I
and lUNDAI' _tlnaoa. I un 11. '
Phone 1724Admhaiem Night, SkI, Matinee (WI. ,. ....). 1k.
Tee ahOWl Nlthtl" 7 and 5.31: Admlatlon: AdilUt CROUSECabinet
tea U twelve 14. (Tan Incladd l .) iii'
. Adlulte tie (tag blelde4) CfclMreiil ender tea ei H. O. Barber

Cbllclrell l1..u II AdasItted Free Last Times Today: "JOHN LOVES MAURATIIKDAT. I : "
/ATURDAT. OM. 14"VALIANT General Contractor-Licensed and Insured 0 SIS op yi
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De*. It-DMble ,..,.. Pr.grew : ,

l IIOMBRE"\ CENt AUTRY, CHAMPION SHEILA RYAN the world In wonder .horn? II' : Phone 176-W Homestead IIiiildinrAWelding ; Remodeling\ ; j, '


r I f6L1T1'LE IOI>INE" ((7:09: and 9:30)) And CAMERON MrTCHELU VIRGINIA GREY In -

',: CaJ100D Added "LEATHER GLOVES" SILVER PALM Dlt-I 1 t Nt'WJ"T: OF U. .. 1

f6GREEN PROMISE" ((7:05 and 10:00): ) I j .
of An
(t Also Walt Dlsney.i "UAl\I I" ((9:05: only) "8ym.he.f !I. bluell" P.,.. Bhertl Fata New*. Rooting Types ,

ean-a Added Solar Water eaten ,
f6CRooKED WAY" ((7:05 and 10:05): ) DAUGHTER"Color Air Conditioning Iran BNERZ1-tlourAml

Alto JOHNNY MACK BROWN, RAYMOND HA noN bt"GUNNING ( by Technicolor) Ventilation
JUSTICE" ((9:10: only) AMed: "Water Trli. Peta Smlt B*.eUltr| "U.** me Ho ,
MOB**. Cartom.
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II Tlll'MSDAY.. FRIDAY De. tf-M i .
I 11maaDA pad FRIDAY, Dee. It-N \\ljjU1

; .FLAXY MAUriN" (7O.i( and 10:00)) THE UNDERCOVER MAN"AII.t'dI v .
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:nmlllf Memben of the cast of Mica tetoett) Key, Mate Oxford pad booed .*.. ...( ad wildcats ".... Marian Robertson. f reek. Girl Scout Thank Rote 8-LEADER.ENTERPRE3E Friday Dec. 23. 1948'
Blue Bonnet, comedy: to be Garland WynneFrank : .* ,." man at Florida Slat College 'fur For Hut Erected in Park
Women, I II parted home for theChrMMa
presented by the Homestead! Irwin Wiggins, tedlind "Member of till Re4UBd High ." the RoUrian 3 P. 0. RECORDS
20 Years schools, are; Percy' Manley, Mr. pioneer, died .." School: senior class will presenta holiday The Girl Scout but which the" Rotary" Program Chairmen forth
f Ago Frank Hausman, Mrs Bevo Webb, play, ""Louis Laughs Last," "Mr. and Mr E A Ames were (Continued from Page One)
t Fife. M, died .. Homestead Rotary Club acquired. Day W. c. Rheney. whopresented
1 Claude Campbell"" J C: McOuire, "Geoffrey which was written, directed adoaetuiMd host. ., a bride I party . Hick Mr Reese, auMcated bee pal) poet window were
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Mrs, Claude Campbell, Mr. Bobert la KMkdaU Heryilal Mr FlIt moved and erected In the OH
.by Realtor, 1W&rtr. score were won by Mrs. E. H. that the" club youth eenriee em- kept open toll time every day
1 low 1esr.w Boyer, Mis Mary Treeter. Miss lived atone\ between Long View Scout Park I Ia Homestead Is .used I!
*M h.byeae : rasa class. president . Miner and W K. Walton and mules might sea whit the Girt tail week, and all day Monday
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fcniiilill Nancy Boyer, Mia Lot Beam and Royal second .. C. J. Par- and to four''
Mr appreciated
scores by by of
MW"hMa"IMd f when hundred gift parcels
Seoul need In the upkeep
......s '.. ., nsal.d: Jwa.a.l Mill Frances Froecher, Mia An- a number of dogs with hkh he 'Mr and Mrs 3. W Conner ." way
and KK Clark. .
ii.M. the marriage of their man Homestead heaps. the dub was and repair on th* hut Mtd make were mailed each day the past
,::"'It.r.r'L '.:WM : daughter, Mia Louis, to Agnew "A daughter, Katherine tMtlse, told Wednesday by Mrs. Wwrd recommendation to the board of Monday broke ell records with
It Iq L. Krone, leader of director the dispatch of (1 tack: of parcel
Roger of Sebastian on Dec. 14 was born to the Rev, and Mr.
l' ; In Sebastian ." J. O Btradlcy of Willlaton, former Troop 241 and a neighborhood The Rote exchanged Christmas Incoming
t QlfilnflllnultIIIIRIUIIIuuuIIIIUIIIn n Homestead resident*. ." chairman of the Hotneilead-Red- gift which took the form of toys greeting cards have
Mrs. Frank L. Skill, retiring land Girl Seoul area. that later were turned over to Ichildren1 been In considerably\: greater
"Santa Claui It preparing to TilE Marble worthy matron of Ad Astra Chap "& A. Ames will leave Dec. 28 The Redland troop are welcome hospital quantities each day this year than
; glue prtsenU to 1,000 kiddies Dec ter, O. E. S., was presented with to resume his duties as representative to use the hut, also, Mrs In previous yean, and this also
XI at the Rotary Dub community a Windsor chair ai a gift of the of the American. Fruit Krone said but because of the applies to gift parcels.
.Christmas ""...," past matron and patron and Growers In Honduras .." distance they have not availed Sports Club to Launch The tamp sales for the month

I "W. t':' Rheney wai ..IectedtomJI'I.ndtr officer for the year'." "Students coming home to spend I themselves of the invitation. She Fund Raising CampaignThe of December, through Wednesday
"Mis Ann Polk has been engaged the holidays Include Miss Mary brought the yearly thank of the were 11,304.11 u compared
Post of the American of John Q.Legion Salley., TEI'raZZo ai stenographer for County Elizabeth Krome of Florida State troop for the support given I by Redland! Sportnten'i Club to $,,,oue for the acne period
C. 1. was made first vice. Agent Chaa. H. Steffanl! ." College for Women and John will give away a 10-'). p> Mercury last year"an Increase of 10 percent
Tower of Florida. outboard and rod and For this same period the
University of "w. A. Shuler of Jupiter motor a
commander; Frank B. Rue second 'Howard Johnson' has returned .
i office cancelled 1U.110
4 j'' vice-commander; ) Harry Hall, from Macon where ha took a 'Mr. and Mrs Henry Brooker, visiting his family here.. ." II''reel In a fund railing campaign greeting cards ai against
Jan. I, decided
to members
third Vice-commander Wm. Ew druggist ," Jr and Mrs. Brooker _
; cours Henry and "Mrs Jest Cowman 1 11 rlou. 131,203 pieces In the lam period
Ing, adjutant) Wm. Meade, aer.ten.t.rm. son Ronald, will spend the holiday ly ill it her home...* a I a meeting Tuesday night In theY
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estimate the "Miss Ruth Pintido arrived .. F W poit borne last year, an Increase of 14 percent
),; ..; T. M. Harris, Let us give you an on with relatives In Virginia*
from Fairfax H.II0 spend the "Mr. W J Oeronlmo's mother, The charter was signed by the
R Nelson, service .
VhapUlqj.W: I holiday her with her grandparents ".M.' .. Clara Dixon was elected Mrs Louise Schumlllng of New I members present.! There arc 69
Officer and' 0. J. Hackler I J work in
; terrazzo and your new Mr. and Mrs Francisco most excellent. chief of thePythian York, Is spending the winter member of the new organisation. WANT ADS PAY
Lyon and Dr.J A. Smith, finance: .
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Flelta Sister here .
:.." The club will meet at S o'clock
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"Ii R. Toy a former assistant
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experimental work here, Is ex present home. Craftsmanlike
pected- arrive . to serve asperJtaftfndent
,.. of building and guaranteed. Many\ patterns of ma
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.pounds! rth' new
tUUoo.ltnQer; \ way her . on
t, 'a"''eOAcr* tract: on Walden dr1'dbftatld'byr terial to choose from.

. Krome and C, E. Christmas
'tecJlaff'! To"b* bUIlt on the unit Merry
WarOni>> ; Drsfunlt o! the station We sell tile to owners or contractors.
\ 'I* 'expected :.cost |T DOO. .

j Mhologlst Bt> ty> .Hawkln."' will be plant \We stock only the best makes to

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*:Mr D.ils Drown died . at ; I"

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I Spending the heMayt her w tt Mr. and Un. Key Moates haw LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Deer', tt4ti' -
their parent-, Mr. and Mrs. bought the basso .( Mr. and Mrs 1
Pope ef Bwreka pence Miat. Swan Pope, who U empW;;; *d .... Mr. ant Mrs. forbes and

In and Around In the Mkrary of Agnes Scott Oei. daughter, Nasty, have sneved to t . '
.legs at Decatur, O*., and Avla- Coral Gable to oMusur their new : HIGH In'laillt
Men Cadet Allen Pope of Cw tome. st im 8. W. m at ,& , ,
sally Air rare Base at Waco .v '-"""
Homestead 'rea. The R... and Mrs. t. J. Lettieb Qt
are expecting their pa-Is-law III P'" .
Robert Kuhn, student ..tlit and daughter\ MA and Mrs. Ir*- ifl .
'i Uhlversity ot Georgia veterinar: jig Reedy and son, James Henry,
school: arrived Sunday to spend to arrive Dee M from Cleveland, )
Mr. and Mrs. Donald BevU olomestesd Mr. and Mrs Sam Shankman ol for visit here
Christmas here with Ms parents, Tenn a /JJ As "we prtitnt our greeting* annweutrn
Tenn., have returnedto
parents ot I Iaughter a Memphis
ors Mr. and Mrs I.. P. Kendrick o
bona Dee. SO in J.meI spend the winter here In one .. this Holt A-i WIT YNLtokttK.
Mrs. Norman GoldbUtl el Dover to you on glorious
rcher Smith Hospital Mr* Dint of the H. O. Cronwall cottages on land ...
N. J, U expected to at
here last win. Miss Lois Ryereon, freshman at ,
Miss Reba Piers Biscayne AI offer them
UM former the oily airport a private plane day occoslon, we SUNSHINE
f Homestead.Mrs. ter, Mr. Shankman's "Cattle by John B. Stetson University, U
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the Sea," i story of Key Largo spending the holidays here wilt with happiness In our heartt SEIVICCrciittlileiT
the home of Mr. and Mrs. HarmanMarks. .tr
Msud E. Chandler I IlUcelly was published in the Leader-En' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Ooldblatl
I ill ot pneumonl. Ir terprlte. Ryerson. made their home here. during the for. those obout us. A very IICCUT.wWI

ems Archer-Smith Hospltst. Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Jacobten Mrs. Robert-B. Delllnger hat war when former Sgt Goldblatt $ Merry Christmas to oil YOgI lUocnr"tI.aMIJ
stationed at Homestead Air
Mr. end Mr*. Lester Muigrovi of Waldo, students at University returned home after a visit with Field.was
Milwaukee, and ton, Bob, anpending of Florida, are holiday house relatives In Atlanta Savannah, '
two week with Mr Mr. end Mrs. M. D. Jacobten. ier. Ga.
Mr. end Mrs '
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bert Musgrove of Epmor drMr. returned from a hunting trip to
I II Andalusia, Ala.. Mr. Barnes former &
and Mrs. Hunter 0. Harden home. 1
f Key West, former Homestead II I TRADE WINDS 1 DRY CLEANERSI
uidmts* are announcing tin M. B. Worley has returned to
trth oC a ton on Dee. U In Jack.I
II his home In Mobile after a weekend *
on Memorial Ho plUl In Miami, visit here with his brother' E. Viral AT*. If W. Revert, KaMger' tta lit TUllIA[ ) \ (mmKS ? \
I and sliter-ln-lsw, Mr. and Mrs, '.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Z. Camp ol R. H. Worl.,. Guests Sunday .1'' /
'aihlngton' D. C. arrived Monty I he Worley home were Mr. and
to spend a month with Mr. I (Continued on Page Ten) .
(amp's mother, Mr* C W. Camp t s

I Vaughan Tunnejl;; : polio patient '
ft Jackson Memorial Hospital,, ; : n"
will arrive Christmas Eve for a . '.'
kollday viiit with Mn.' Tunnell! , .
and the children. He is scheduled:
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Bchatf which they purchased.Mrs. 'd": .' '
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of Homestead are announcing the ;
"birth of an eleven-pound sort onDee. : : ;rt.L.
!0''' in James Archer Smith YULETIDE'REETIN5
HotplUl. He has been named I ,
Donald Henry, / ,
Commlulon-p"ton; B. Bird .: ,
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tf : Glades Prescription' Shop ..
At home ;Christmas;:; Is Mittfcetty .. 'I .
StUlmait. who has arrived r ,'.
from Alabama College for Wo- I10WAKD JOHNSON, fa. 0. y l\ 4'. ... ',
inn! to visit with her parents, Mr. II N. Krome Ave. flea Itt "
pad Mrs.''Trstdt W. Stillman. Miss t ; :
Marian Ballinger of Philadelphia \'f' OUR FRIENDS
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t arrived from MC 'ttend Park,' HL, relative to Atlanta I ..
to apend the aeeaoa at their home : : ; ., <** ,
on Hamlln drMr Dr. and L. Graham efpefcoke easolrtjI
and four dllId..1IIl > Lea & Robinaea. of AahevlUe, r
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Mrs Onhamiparenfr N. C, I It spending atveral week a
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and Mr Carper WU. tthe
holiday boats to Mr ",. ..'.
Mrs Donald Smith and Mrs Dick- of Modello.ftuhday ggood '
i Item Christmas Wishes"
Inns ., Alexandria, Vr, and Mr parent, Mr and Mrs Fin!., Gel v Mr and II.Demur thwklnt Merry
of PennvBle, livL, and to
.L. ., and Mrs Philip Saunden of Mi. set their ton, Wm. White atudent alien of. Mr and Mr. of Iteenettead are parearta of g
emu and daughter, Carolyn. Mrs daughter born Dec. II to Jiakaon wee
4 trod J. Fuchar.. war Mr. and
Wortey and the Virginia gueate at University ef Florida Mr Chat. T. Fuch of Miami Memorial Hospital .to Miami. Mrs. 4M II Al e :
went fUhlng Sunday on the Key Dawklnt the former Mlai Verne WJ: H
I and enjoyed a ft* fry Edwin L. lUiltht, Jr. of Per Fay Anderson, v A Happy New Year
tine aviation chief machlnUtl Mr and Mr. L. t Welch and 'J
I mate, U. 8. Jl. It a crew member (Are children have arrived from Our kindest ,thou0Hs; ort of
Roman ClINk! bat 'arrived f
Jo* Pedlgo Miami Beach ha* of a Neptune petrol bomber which raxai to make their borne latfaranja.
bought I ten-atr tract on Nee I.I partlelpatlfii to operation off from Virginia here.Winter Mia, to make h4borne you ot this grond occasion. Mar
role rd. Mr Pedlgo was aa overnight
the coast of Arfentla New* -
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guest Tueaday at the home foundtend.Lawrencd. Winter who "her art ",. It hold untold |toY each you. .,
of Mr and Mrs F Rule Thte and Mr*. Ralph T, Maloon of : vUJton from Canada are.
rxman of Silver Palm drE. Ktof. atudent at Unl ,Falmouth MaM.Cot Mfr, and Mr 8. 8. Reid of Regl. Seminole Trading Post Restaurant
veraty of Fkrkte will spend Da, .Saskatchewan.i .
I' t Suthard of Law. Del, I U ChrUImM with his mother, Mr. LL W. :hmea of Cocoa Redland Paint Store :
1 s houae gut of hit nephew and Viola Kifif pent several days her* Ut week. i and Mr*. Harry minion Wafts and grids s h.lo :

,, b niece' Mr and Mr*. A. F. Arthur of OiarMle Mink. are tpending lUwart a4 LMM, rrrkbm

) The Rev and Mr J E. Jenkins II,. ead Mr. J.wee S. MrCreadf < some torn .to HomaHaad .and on .
r I Newcomer .here are Mr and will have with them for christmas and Mr and Mr, DOMMcCready the Key .
t Mr, Otto Bhowalter of Cleveland,I their aon-ln-liw and daughter, vtolted Sunday in Lake ,. ,
O, who are occupying' the J. and Mra. June O Baldwin Worth with Mr*. Dayton Snyder I
'. Hlckeon apartment on Miami and eon. Tommy, and 1
dr. Mr. and Mra. Sho..altr 11.1''N' daughter, Mia Betty Jo -
,, bought property on N W nth student at Huntingdon Mr. and Mr H. A. Laity have
to Homeatead where they expect College In Montgomery, Ala. arrived from Ohio to make their jt + .
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Bill, are. spending some time on d'Uih.1' ? '
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8. W. Second ave Mr. Late I Margi Ma Walton returned .: '.. :.:y'" .'" .' '.
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stead. Field with Mr, and Mn Walter I Peter- '' ,
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1 Mr. and Mr Allyn Hoople oft :father' Nell Paterson and his Radios & Refrigerators .. '1" "'.,,'"':'" '".... i.
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IN AND AROUND Shreveport La, at the horn 0''I Hwndlng MM .helMar. heft .with} At Church of *. atteM ajt... ..... ., :: "

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HOMESTEAD( ''I(log at the KIm home will be of at the the Hemeatead Clu'lelnas' Cs>klMenriea .Oth. ". *Mt V4MW. whet
/ aon-Ie-law and daughter .............
Mr. and ...... Don, Mr and of Oed on N. W. Plret" ewe at. Sail, feee with Mi ...,. Ht WMihort .,) .. '
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t r, the Rev. and Mrs John H.M Mrs Laura Geiger, woo hai Births log ChrJ. t .la Ski piwwtMUy ob- I Hastier: "No bang Id! I'", trying ,
hilt Mr. Dumtnlt .If former been visiting In Jewfiah with her lcrvanc-of drt rtMas. aJUtounveeJ to borrow from" Mm.*-En. MV" v
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brother and iliter-ln-Uw, Mr and To Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cox well ,..
a torney-general for ,the state of of Perrine .
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iqrntucky.Visitors. M... w. IX Coker was taken this a eon on r ,
week by Mn. W. D. Coker and "
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here. ttys) ,week j were Surgery; :.Mrs. L H. Crier and I'
alter Lee Scott of Ptvo Ci, spend the holidays with reli- Mrf Margaret Newrombe, Home- s san ,
J hn Ray "M'ner.of Llncolnjon,1 lives plead, Mrs. Shirley Creer, Naran- : .... ,
i C., John McDonald of Brook Ia.; Fran Briggs Tavernier, Richard .
I N.Y.. IDA W. E. Evans ofItaitl BuilneM visitors here this week' Faxon, Pompano,
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aldet of Dallas, Tex, Ceo. R. Mrs. Betty Cunningham, Mrs
Mn L. A. Young sprained her Couch? of Hertford, Conn, and Madelyn Quinlan, Miss' Patricia
II eats a fill at-he; home ,lastweek Ward qulvln pf Miami.Mn. Harden, Billy Perkins and Robert ,
Hlllyard, Homestead; Duwaln I .
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M. W. Dunlap of Headland Altman, Naranja; Mrs Angelina
MiM Barbara Diggers hag ar. Ala, has arrived to spend Strano and Coleman Irwin, Florida k'a
4.d from Chicago to join her the winter here with her ton-ln- City, Alvin Cot la, Tkvernler, t I .
rents, Mr. 'and1 Mn. B. U Big' bill and daughter Mr and. Mrs. Nlcholai Storey Islamorada; and a
of Jacksonville ,Beach in I tl 1
U. L Brown. rtanlel Nlelion Miami.
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her litter Miu Georgette!Jones,

!l visit Who with hal Just their returned parent In from Lake a Gift from r ,

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Long: distant telep'..ont lines will becrowd.d andJim
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A pledge of friendship goodwill on I
tnu Day Tfffll b. on the job doing I
and a aenuine desire to serve. 'our best ta' put calls through. We've W

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: tree yea ta fact every It ye.IpNal. .
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1 ... h Erie. Vftten U ftaaferdhU 4slted KMgM. wMved Wednesday to 12-LEADER.BNTERPniSE) ,Friday. ,Dc& JIJ.19409.1' .
..In. Mn. O E. Vthlen. and speed the MINt)', at the ItalgMborne. : f dU." (

t Perrine fanvUr, recently :" L. Tempter of Perrine. kfr.. and Mr Mtlquetoait: "Sir, my wife r,,.,,,,,,' .r'4'f. # ""J, ,
Mri. Fisher will spend the boll aid I was to ask for a ralae. ,. ,
a, )(U. JOHN IT. CHAFES A dower ot ands from Per Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barber have days In Wwton. W. V... where. Teugh Boot: -Good, m ark my t r'r. 1 b1' e ,
riDe friend marked the birthday moved their home In Okeecbo- will WU U I .
they visit the parent ef ma* give you acesPEs.Jewelry :
....... Ferrtae He. Iin of Mn. Ollle Jone who differed bee (or, the winter aeaaon.Mn. both.
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hurricane and hat been obligedto Herbert Lee li announcing
Warren will
Knight spend
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holiday In Caryvllle, Fla., when
Mn. J, W. Crozier of Vlnnle, Mary Bylet of Ft Pierce who he will visit Miss Charity Kirk.
'. Miss Mary Margaret Chafer, formerly lived in Perrin., to
C., U pending a month at the Und I AppreciationT'.y
home of her ton and daughter aophmore at Florida CUte. University Major Carl Fisher of Whitten, N.
the Christmas C. at the JUvenlde Baptist
II spending .y
In-Iaw, Mr. and Mrt. Clyde Cro Both the Baptist and Methodist
j vicatlon with her parent, Mr Church In Miami on Dec IT.
1 .. and Mn. R. N. Chafer. Miss After Jan. 1 they will make their churches enjoyed the ChrUtmai is theIdeal
cantata, "'ChIld '
of Bethlehem, at
Chafer b a member of hells Del- home In Arlington. :
Mrt/ Homer Jenkent eeciped
the Perrine Baptist Church Sun* at C
: ta Delta sorority
injury when Jier.eac wu, aide day. Mn. r. U Templer wu Gift
wiped by I truck recently, I Mr. and Mn. Clyde Doolltlle organist end Mn. .Jan A. Brown '
I Mr. and Mra. Matt Penny gavea and family of Belle Glade are was director Mn. Brown enter 1
MiMM Loll and Charlotte H.n'l wiener road at their home In spending the holiday with Mr. Ulned the choir after the cantata forChristmas iii ,
nee are spending I week at honor of their daughter, In Jean Doollttle'i perenta!} Mr. and Mrt and liter the choir went carol Sw
home of their grandparents, Mr. Penny, who wu 11 yean old on I J. L. !oUtU.. singing .
and, Mrt. Homer Jenkina. Dee. II. Thoae attending were .
-- .Joanne and Jeanne Clark, Alice Mill Pnyllli Walker, a aopho Doeaal Help ,
'S at the home of Mr. and Gardner Joann lees, Cornelia more at Brenau College In Cain For come time the Danish airlines I "
M,'% Carl Olldden are Mr. and Green and Juanita DeBerry.Mn. vlile a,., la home to spend the have given their pauengen Came I* aad leek ever eva I Arrival of the Ch Itmol ; '
M. Kenneth Olidden and twin holidays with her parent, Mr. sticks of chewing gum labeled, .4eeue< el watches, rI...., I" I ,
1iu hten. Joyce and Janice Mn. Anna Sharks of Oneonla, and Mn. F. W. Walker Miss "Tit prevent unpleasant pressure silverware (WU Sterlingaad Solon reminds, I Mof our
Martha Gllddea and Merle Park N Y. visited at the home of Mra. Walker la a member of the Alpha In your ears during starting Iliellandln. plate) Impeded Mr. .
Of Franklin, JncI.I' John W. Chafer and Mn. MyrtleM. Gamma Delta sorority .." aatee eta obligotiont to ||j< |fine
for few till \
Radley a days It Juit hid to happen: A ladypauenger of this comwahify. '
Mr. and Mrs Lowell Waltman week.
put ,,
Bobble Poole of Cartenvllle, plaintively appealed to r ;
ol Bean Blouom Lad, hive Ca., li vUlUng his uncle and aunt, the stewardess, "Help me get this t"i6 i W ,
I' Dr. and Mn. B. H. Lee and Wi appreciate ik. ..c. -
it: 'vtd Into the Smith apartment. Mr. and Mrs G. C. Mullini. ituff out of my can. It doran't H. E. ARNAUD ,
daughter, Phyllll, of Ellijiy Ca, help, anyway"Healthways.The lent triatmint wi harp: r.-
.bout 10 attended the Ferrlne and Mra. Alton Jones of Jasper, SI .. lane AT. '
Mn. Derrick and jW.IH.lll'of l leelved
Mr. and M.1.
M. Y. F. the home of for the holiday
meeting at 3aH are guests automotive electrician was and toke trrleanl
Mrs Margaret Cabot lest week. at the home of Dr. Lee'i parents. family have moved to Perrine '-"iIPJ
down the barrel:
Ittn. Cabot bas been confined to Mr. and Mrt. Herbert Lee. from Ruuellvllle, Ark., and are coming"What'i the Idea street," in growled I .. .. tending our Gruftngs f
living In the Will Roberts apart
home for with
her the past month '. .
ment. Mr. Derrick II employed by cop. Are you a poker player to toch of ,
I virus Infection. Mill Myrwln Morrlaon, diugh "No," replied the repairman; BLOCKS >> you p
tar of Mra. Mamie Morrlion, Terry lienW..n Induitrlal''
Plastics "DRYWALL"Miaonry
"but I just pent the evening wlttt
Mr. and Mrs L. A. Colemanof jaued away recently at Jackion some guys who are"-E*. Wall Coating keeps walli .... '
Norfolk, Va., are spending the Memorial Hospital' after I lingering White of Atlanta livliltlng dry. Coven mortar joints" fills . . : ;
winter at the home of Mr. Cole Illness his daughter, Mri. Dorothy cracki. Waterproof and decorate .. ,.
mane parent, Mr. and MM. L. O. Knight, for a month. In one easy application. Helps ,
Coleman Mra. Sue Dawton hit returned' Ilenson Electric.Has prevent.. QIIl lw. For Iniide orouUld. I ,."r.,' ,, .'," J t\ lC
Alto fine for Stucco, ,
home after a month'i vUlt at the The Rev A. L. Bridget of : : j' If..
Mr. and Mrs Harry Null have home of Mrs Ads Veal and Mrt.Mamie South Miami will preach at the Philco "Brrrk'low and KotigM Pinter. Very ,' \
Appliances"Princeton. pen: Sep l4a for n ESAM.I'J'LZ. '
moved Into the apartment which 'Morrlion. First Baptist Church in Perrine :, )'
Harry M. Brown, Jr., hen recently on Dec 21 In the abaenre of the W. I < I
Fh. W Carmichael Kendrick & Kendrick
H. B. Fisher Mr. ,
completed. Mr. and Mn. Will C. Peters of Rev and Mrs -
Valdoita, parents of Mri. E. L. Bridget li the tether of Mri. F. Agenl ?u
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reawai why Christmas Day uaek #..;...:. hoppinm .j" r. ...... ........ .. i
.year a mllyr IrmteMraa 01 "UrN llelll! a......pee..'. aa4 the w gnat ,. . : t. .: ; .. .., .: tlie"year when all the .1 :)

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tree aal family ,.ual.., alt hell ,i :, ; problems and unpleasant
ol these tarot ...." li a ,lecllng eluHr '. ii'll .I '.
a..4 _arll,. lately a4 se.r > ; happenings fade into
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very kern >..lar ,r.tem tle as,. .I, nothingness, we find
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( Mtrty cad __",.Tke beet way U n t : t: it easy to forget the disappointments j
lave effectively b U save before yMfffat. 1\\ '- .r
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leads where yi werk, er carellliicla ; :j/; Christmas overshadows "
i the Beat-A-MenU Pl.. wises yea HOMESTEAD GLASS SBOP .
bank U yea are Mll-e. pl.'*... .?-) ... these unhappy t 1
U.t.TM .OJ hnh.r e experiences
J. R, Chandler Prop. ,
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Benson Electric Has .
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When you UM live shrimp for In the amazing variety ot MM power ciaapaajr TIes iHiaejl tarsi a* aim. et copajtetH .
i FISHING NEWSBy bait anything wtU hit them." I ot electrical equipment, Uw students reviou* oo a siena. Het *..>. ."",,, ..s.......,..." ....m-r."""............" ... '''N. ".... ... ............, .
We share Walter opinion. laW large 000-Mowatt I' II acres of .potetoaa, sad S, WstrawlMrrjp
fAcrrn:: sad taarz about tile live bait Any Urn you generators newly Installed at the We congratulated a lady 9ft By BBDDT BOOM plants II,la pUnned
throw a live shrimp In, the first company' Miami and Cutler her silver wedding anniversary that another 1.WO fjlajtti. be
I A little thing that comet along will I planta. Electric power from those for living 19 year with the .**. added, aad mar tomatoet win ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK
hit It, and ainct the bluer flab generator and! other big units lama be planted by the Member' Out
4 Dec: ILII:11: p.m. 815am: art wiser than the mall ones flow Into the company' state But he la not the sam man .1 Since our bit meeting, GeorgejtipHnklo of the II aorta of potatoe*. the Redland Road between Avocado and BUcayna Drive
Dee 14_..1229am.: 1:11: p.m. they wait and watch the bait wide system of Interconnected I wa when I first got hold ot him, president ot HameateadKapler chapter has Ita claim to. appronlmateiy -
Dee 2S12saem. 6:It am Whereas a small flab will not hit I linn, affording extra power pro i she replied. Xx. attended an F F. A |H acres The eater ninth
:. Dec 2S12: p.m: 7:11: p.m. a live chub, a little patience pay tection for number of communities .1 .radon control about halt W the Pianoforte and Theory
Dec 18_ 1:211..m: TZJajn: off with a bigger fish It la true Including the Redland. area tomato ...
I 0" Des 1 141pm.: ::: 7:51 p m.Dec. live shrimp It a good ball In factit The Cutler plant .U Florida Bill Home was the only guest Violin Xylophone; tUao-Aoc4)o' <<)
27_ 220am.: : : 125am.:: '1* the belt U you Just want to. Power ft Light Company addition :
Dec 17... 2:33 p.m, US: p.1I\ catch fish. But if you\ are a particular In Ita ,statewide expansion' presentWANT -
, i Dee 28_ 1:17: g m. .$23 '..11I \. fisherman' live, chubs art )program.Among'other. ( ADS PAY '"I,........_. ..... .u .,"'''' ,,'" "' ," oI""" .,,4mnnunanuwnn, '"wunrwwwuw,,' .
I Dee 2a_ 121: p.m 118 p.m.I, What .your want ) intending tight, I ::.u ., ., ---rT- S
Dee, 21_.. 403am.: JOIIam." On W.dneaday.vllter toot the studeou alW'1 unique method .
Dee 21_ 4:17: pm. l :2SpmDec. Dr and Mr. McElhenny and Mr. of spinning aerial cable perfected
'I. 10_ 4:07: '.m. 11:13: erne and Mrs Dean Claussen of Miami I I II
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'l Dec. 10? 1:011: p.m. 11:10: p.m fishing in the Cape Sable !(I a demonstration of the company'l i.

: .. E.Jones of Pennsylvania, Dr. area tiling live| chubs they l'I mobile radio equipment Through ,
caught to 300 lb. of redflih.
out IU service area, Including the
AI K. Cox of Oklahoma and Mark PF
1 1 Jone and Mr and Mrs L C. I Redland area, the company operates a,- ",.. .M ., v
Local) !Miami\ U Students
-$ Jones of Homestead caught 47 215 vehicle with two-way :
, I'', snapper with live shrimp In the Go on Two FPL Tours radio act*. Them vehicle are used has tJtJt
,, Mowry and Florida City canali Iin expediting repair and maintaining 1 ,;; ..
I lilt Friday MJ ml-r. C. Myer A. W aervlce They received ,
Schulti and L. O, Bremier of their direction from the company I
Twenty-two\ fish were caught Homestead were among the 110 I 'a 22 fixed radio lUUon located Our. Christmu wishes
v. by a party\ of Grafton, N D, University of Miami engineering at strategic point over to you 1
inter visitor Dec IS from Capt student who, on Dec 14, made Florida. tarry with them ill the com \"\''' ,
AI Mendd9 boat Blue Fin In the a tint-hind Inspection here of The lour wa the fourth arranged I "
Gulf Stream off the Florida Key.. modern electric generating plants by the power company! to : ''lortiDS warmth and radiant :
The catch Included a 58-pound and other facllltlei maintained by annul university student In their Gii4tma"
, [I amberjack. by Mn Howard Florida Power It Light Company I! engineering ttudie. University of good:cheer that we can pout : i .
Thompson, a 11-pound amberjackby Accompanied by their profeu-! Florida and University of Miami .I a I :
, A. B. Thompson, a rareneedlefish '. bljr forward to you.
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and mackerel Others In the party -- -
were Mr. Odeguard and Wm Credit Bureau of Homestead
I ,Thompson. Prom Your Local) ,

r Mr. and Mr. John Barker and I* proud of IU work*.and of the tremendousadvance1 ,
r James Barker fished Steamboat / It has made. It\ fills a moat economle Nor e Appliance
I Creek recently and using live need else we or ether. Bureaus throughout the. . I
chub for bait, caught a 20-pot/nd/ 1 .
)ewfsh! and 83 snapper weighing V. 8. v-onldnt be .la business. : : Dealer) ) ,I
Mr. and Mrs.\
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In going Into our third year of eperatleuwehonk
Walter Mann a boat captain of & you 'oil| yeur cooperation and extend. best
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1 Harry Preiton, both of Miami, ? Harris Refrigeration Co.
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Y ._ Here is Simple Way lo Entertain How's Your I I Ipul
Large Small Group During Holidays CookingVocabulary Hints toHousewives la the. .- II 1* need In Place on MM** Shell sad bate*
I tanbMutlon ...... ambreoe anda In a tote***.
? large Dumber of other desserts, .
MM IM eltmor of tart minute For a main diih that require In partriea and cakes, and an A French droning mad with
hopping end planning holiday vale preparation time. -.. o many, many other way Try grapefruit kM. proved vW1popti1ar
meek many homemaker will tarty combination of creamed A* In other ark cookery ha tangy orange Juke at the liquidfor wrU feme-maker who,
want to be entertaining A Mi- ham and muahroomi uggeet Iti own ...1 term. Whether your pie crust and lit what know how. If* easy to make.
day buffet It I one of the nicest Reba Staggi. well known homeeooneoaisL a new or M *M took BiUu +*+++4.***+t+++4++4- retponae you get from those who You'll need H cup of grapefruit
way of serving friend whether Diced cooked :ham I fa I Iuu. *. horn economM, suggests eat ILAnd Juice, 1 teaspoon of paprika *4
the group be large or small Holiday added to whit sauce along with thee common terms for 'tltln.JVIIf' USING CITRUS bere'i recipe that' boundto cup of olive oil, end 1 leatpooa
decoration provide a pI...- button muihroomi, chopped culinary vocabulary bring folk. back for arcondiN of IU,,,.
ant background and *ln>pl. green pepper and grated onion. I Florida' delicious cltru can be and "third" It'. orange bUcuiU. Blend the seasoning with the
dishes, perfectly prepared and Tae Ingredient are thoroughly r.nbroll-to cook melt In an used In countless way t* tempt linage Blar' .Ita. oil and Juice. Pour It Into a boltie. .
y. cleverly garnUhed, wlU be the heated and they are ready to be open. frying-pan'umuletaFrkwueoe pouring off fat the appetite of the family, ..ndhallm Tint\ make the orange put Shake well before using
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boeUe prldt.. eerved This creamed combination are
t filling. You'll need UK table-
met dish, mad
4, )d w I II temptingly served over crunchy by cutting meal In piece, brown. new uses to which U may be spoons of butter, two cup of Or you might want to try this
with a mushroom or colorful to. Cblne noodle or for unique! flour, H cup of orange Juice French dressing U which another
meta sauce Tor breakfast, chop. Indlvichlallll'Vlnal, hard roll are MUC In covered 'utssILMetlnete grated rind of medium orange, famous Florida crop-honey-
r r.t ped him add deliciousness to hollowed! out and duffed with the puss\ One of the simplest of -to allow food to and one cup of lugtr. Cook together play an Important part Xoull
omelet Holidays will bring refrigerator creamed ham desserts to pleaae everyone come stand\ In liquid-uatially French all Ingredient except, need tt cup of iliad oil, H teaapoon .
raider*-baked ham Raw cranberry iliad and buttered on two tny -on* filled with dressing or I mlxtur of oil and sugar until thick, Then add sugar of lilt, 1 teaspoon Of
will be the perfect find broccoli In the menu will wortH cookie the ether filled vinegar and remove /rent fire Let paste rlka, 1 tablespoons of P'P"f" -f I
carry out the holiday colon with thin' fllce of rich fruit cake Meat Stock-liquid remitting cool before using cup of honey, I teafpoon of )
Aworted r U.he*-plcklei, olivet., log ID small amount of fat cook from the cooking of meat In With" the paste reedy, make a tard pbwder, Vt cup of vinegar, I Iand
.t radlihe, i-tlery...will add crunch. Ing lowly In stock: gravy or water. biscuit dough by your favorite < tablnpoon of lemon or I j
e EATd I Roait-to cook meat by dry recipe Roll half an Inch thick lime Julc. j
I heat (uncovered), usually In an andcutin. drip tlx Inches: wide. Blend honey with dry Ingredl IenU
Rtttajin *MMB< that fc-'_ be res/, at pr.rlk...x., .., ores CUT oven Spread orange paste on strip, add catsup and lemon Juice. I
rel Uw *./ wren -nainftr .iira ....*s *r ...pee, BMaK. 1M. :2 t4lut Julienne-meat or vegetable roll liken Jelly roll and, with a then vinegar and oil Beat well ,
InspSM. ...... aaa4 .e.r.d and ....... oak esf II Waa.ew ; I cut In long, lender stripe. harp knife, cut In one-Inch dice with egg beater. I
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the holiday .fea on, It served whole or gored In therefrigerator ,,
f. .'feait-fUlngi* are on the jnindiof for the bail of
many homemtker. Children: many \dlihei Shires cut tram the' w., \ # ,
art home from school, there art ham may' be wrapped around v
times when friend drop In. And bundle of asparagus tips, .reheated < ENAMEL rr
to ease meiil planning,' chooses and 'topped with a anappycheeae I I ,rag I Lr
god'sl:, home for serving cither sauce far an Interesting 'A beoutM high quollty. block 1
hot or cold dlh. enamel finlth for both mo wood 1
Tangy flavored baked ham may Creamed ham made with bllr- f1 home. ond wire monk of.door end .
easily be given a festive holiday sloe cube of hum and green :vlndow etr_Apply once a yeor 1
d...... During the list 90 minutes pepper maker an apptallni lunch q. What'I* IB* **.* ef this. rat elawatf 4 l h. t preventt rust and deterioration / yIr e l lJ ltI
of cooking: time, It may be baited eon dish served over hut bltculU due tow.oth.r.odds yean of .
with trained honey, .'then when or in s noodle ring. lIam slices A. Pork cuthlon styli shoulder lout New life to ler_ Easy to opplVIII / r.
removed from the oven, gaily may be reheated on atalloped polatoe q. Where lees It eau frees and Mw I W aol dog me. ftedi ? dries
decorated with red and greenmiratchlno for a hearty one-dlih. dinner to II Mnttia4fA rrirel to hr \
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boned section a pkwy
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cherrle Almond For another treat\ especially Irish. picnic ahouldar The shoulder ,-. i t
halve may be arranged In diagonal designed 'to follow a heavy holiday U sewed or skewered' whir the bone 1 1I
rows over 'the ham, Orange meal, cooked ham I II rut Into U removed and ant ltd len open Sue e.8
Slices simmered In ginger flavored cubes and tOiled lightly with aUifllng. ,*. I Brooker Lumber Co. j c! t I

alrup' may be placed on the ham diced! cooked iwect potatoes, O..B Hew; roasting H I* KTMrtetA n thouUn to IU1.d .
ty piercing them with clove Or diced celery and apple/ and molat- with brwd fruit or VMrtablt itufl- Phone IS and 111 tlomftrid r
) the ham may be spread/ with end. with mayonnalM log, kkrwered or awed then placed
lal tide up on a rack In an opal
I orange marmaladegrape', er currant \ Croquettes are another win raetingput' Water la not nwded I. ;
Jelly and returned to the oven use! ol ham The meat It choppedand and) baiting \la not peceuwr '
I fur a glistening ..*. combined with a thick white stalled itiouldrr' U carted In *'M.p.1,.
Baked ham I II the attractive\ sauce, then fried In deep! hot own mlnuti until: wet per pound don, stowing rasing 16 Urn itM : Genuine I
miter of any meal l, whether U lard They are temptingly served
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with _W, Qyr dep ngter hslped' It. w. owe thank to Mr*.

I And Enjoy Two ClfrisTriiaY PartiesBr ii. the vihksi ..... Pesa" t herd ..... mode the tier News, .. '

Another gift .we made was a ........*. roetrte oaltdy and Ncedleeraft ltswhl llrylag iha arise.

spray of painMd punch were served Tommy.... \ I'" '* !
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thb .... rww with The iowst.r--y.., we have I .... If 1
high al Den I. We sewed Cbrlatmai a big red bow and pine. (pflga.Our Mel wu hat : ilaiie =
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Issue Dual of Pack it are with atuckingi. end filled them' den mother and den dM Whet a happy ending. We f1 -y by Nap cheaper only plated wedding and.flea wont. !host lad they more re tile-ring. t It I ,

toy* tandy and Duta. They gave lit a Chrtaa-iM' party, and played stop the muatc. We eaehbrught X

JUakavrt] N.,...,. Marry JennerBHfWy I were very gay We gave theae ton what a party! on the table. WM a fill. We eat .to a ('II tie rely 'M /IdI.M's. 1.Ild.I... y. cea.t dM Ia.k t. dot ..,.
Hose, Jackie Wood. Richie orphanageWt a dark blue cloth sprinkled. with and. our dos mother played a f'HnITMA1.... ...... .-otht ..... '"lhi '' a' '''
--. Dory u.m.r. Brlaa mad decoration for our Mara. Two of the candle. arrangements -carol When Ik* asset Muted esah/y. Rush. tea ha............... Sas1rd. ml. n ,Iw .,..:.i

Oak| fffWWjf\ Sm.tfOA, David home*. On ii a candle arrn..- were In the renter We we passed the gift to aw Ml ...."'.... kern lion ......-' t.raepl's da..the nakr M S 55 Aat. ,

Bird, T mMy Simpson Md Edward ment made of )BM w ids. we cut know our mother and dad will and rewkd end rend they -. peek ..w.. "II lad 1.laId CORDIAL i

Morrraey, our den chief la the wood Our den 04 Mr be Bleared. with the arrangement" aid wW UM mace topped the ... ............ 'pen

Wt hive been busy the put ...,...,. bulged u* wilt his- beeauae they are _..utili. Our poll we held was our*. ..,.. .. Its,. splulMTin. Via

three months and wt have Mrned saw We kink a log U fawn, were a red boot tilled with We thank Mr*. MM who had Ito sit.ill wash ellwelsp. a Sae., utldu I

many arrow and hold the'l honor I. long and out It down the cued, and a pencil trimmed with a Christmas party for Den I a .arerut wed ,.....

tug Thai made' wo piece with red and white preps paper fringed week ale We had fun and enJoyed .... ,100 .... et 5hale

The moot fun of all II I when we ....... In eeeh/of tiieae half and tied WWI Jingle bell. We It very much. L Marl lot ,..II. I.'s dsf. a sf '
help other We filled a Thanksgiving mad. the** at one of our meetIng thin II llrk issN.
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basket with all kind of piece we drilled' three bola for *. Chow she day/ 'pie' wo Jeas V
food It wa given to a very I red candle We painted the half- We had Ice cream Christmas Chop Mt'ln reeve" then. .Is the mpn rM.ess

needy family with nine children: The Christmas tplrlt has been tree The bait was a cup of leea.Gth Leftover pork (In the re'tor' '''-_,- et .er.rhilMs." tIfnail. hA '.. ,
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I"'h pork or cooked pork. pea law le nob Mal ad _. ,. ,., ,:. .. .
f for preparing this dish cube Is> iWm. nvey (rtril. far ; \ .

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I w11... OiilaWn' (veiM lesey that. .ptrllmlar. lay *r lime tffafJfIknn
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added f.t. (Wh.n11ln, ...,'in* day er wok they. salt Ikat ,.."'!.. and the New Year .
.Ita: pork It li combined with the I et Mihlii. .l. M a .1r ,1tt. k ..*.111 TMt peer 117 nwilal i: assay *f : :
b : vegetables lust long enough before lt l chides'tills ll.M<|M II a Irlll 4
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will be thoroughly tinted) ... the weed. bicycle' >II (
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Finely cut onion, diced celery end fran their.. rl..llr. ,. I *
trtntrly dens lar skit. sow Mrwll had r*>* Uaakt.
little liquid from the bean Ul It "pi.l .*.l bf *.*.*.. desire' Inwrl . TW Illlla bony Mi .P ,'
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tender . I until the vegetable are dill a... up seay *f ItH ....It: MallM. _..*... Nt tl.|.U rrMMilrk. .
.. and the meat 1 II completely Or ysen5 m.? pr ' I .t1 If >.. ....I4 Ib I 4irnlaalIrtM
cooked. Vila Los M :r r.rf d tr* H JU (i'v l. Srarllam lor ..... the
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f 'f.. '-' .l. finely shredded pprtraiM. .a _..kit s.kig. toe "" .!let 1I'G ISIS
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I ,...0.0.0.. ._' PLAY' ano and the Miami Muffeto Buddy Harris Named Erhoe Jordan Report ,''Ifr-LEAfiER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Dee- 23, W. I
The Key West clash has been -
Panthers' Ace Player Sales of Three Homes
\ I Weekly Sports set for Tuesday night and the E. WUeon. of Yetter rd.. Md fee bet of my family," ehe warned.
R. IL S. IN 4TH MIAMI Y.M.C.A.. dates of the other fames, aa they Buddy Harris of Homesteadwas Three rasa estate transactions former Edward SUling reetdasM. So he kissed herBretherr .
determined. will be placarded
are awarded a trophy as the were reported this week by Selma In Florida City, to Mr. and Mr*. the whispered-E. .
STRAIGHT Schedule HERE TONIGHTTonight at the city Are hall, Myt Menager most valuable player on the 88. Jordan regMered broker.Mr M A. Bek n;of I........ The Bert .
Fred Rhodes.The
'WIN Peter and Paul Panthers, City K. Harvey home on King Highway -
All-Stan. defeated the untried and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman
Cathdiic football ,
champion squad
at Robert rd. has been purchased -
the Homestead All- National Guard team tT-17 have acid the former Prank P. Benson Electric Has
dinner .
luamSSSSmPrktey Ii II 1111 "" 1111 at a gridiron Monday by Mr and Mr* Hubert
By ALLAN LEFT Stan Saturday night at Redland. Lott Ray horn on Avocado dr at Mo-
will play the Miami Y. M night In I Miami\ restaurant Let" ; Bell
A capacity crowd watched! the Dec SS-Beskeibal Miami! C. A at 0:11 In the H, a S. fym.Jark scored at point and Hooker 16. ten were presented to the squad Mina rd. to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Philco Appliances
Homestead .High eager rack up Homestead All-Start vs. member by Coach Ray Dunn.
; Marshall Homestead star I
their fourth straight win of the Y M. C A.. Bit: p. m* HH5. Ole Miss. Letter to the EelilerJteld.r Harris, son of Mr. aid Mrs. way, I I. left halfback and captainof Tree to net Ward PrUeetom Ph. 441 ?
for ; will reinforce the : "Do make these
aeeaon Friday night over Redland gym local In "you up Cha M. Harris of E. Kings High- the Panthers "If you kiss tnevl'11 call a mean
boys tonight and .
4T-M. Tuesday, DM J7-Biketbsll- game joke yourself --,
In tilts here next week with the out of ;
V.ad1rahoot1n1 from the foul Homestead All.SltrtII.. Key Editor: Yep my head"Reader
line paid off a* the Grower converted West Sonar Air Base, 1:11: p. m., Key West Sonar Air Base, Pomp.-: "You must be.-Ex.
I II out of 14 free tosse. H.H.L gym.Wednesday I .. ,' .,
Redland had t 10-. first quar Dec. JB-football,
let advantage, but gave way to Marvin v*. Haberdashery.Thursday * * * * * 1 <,. '" >.' . ,
I, the Grower and 10-21 at Des JJ-JootbsIl, ) .," .. t't".J".t.,":! '
17-18 .. t' . .. .., .i ., ta .1r........
the best two Intermiislon Overseas Bait and Tackle vfc Joe't ". :, ... . 'fW \
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The last quarter found Reserve Amoco, a p. m., city park. #: Come See! Hear 1} L. ".''''')' '
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Forward Jerry Coy outscoring Friday, Dec, *0-Basketball!, ';'( '. .'t.1.....,
the whole Redland team with Homestead High vs. Ponce It) :* .'! : II'" .j .
MICH points on a field foal andtie Coliseum l U THE FAMOUS\ ANNUAL /.'\t ...;; r ..
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Footbafl) Tomato
/ free tosses. Monday, Jan. I : -
Roy Sincere and Jack Pope Bowl game, at I p. m., city :: j.j j./"" '.
l aced the winning attack with park. : ; ..
Iilne" .and eight' point, respectively. .... : Christmas Display : j se. 1 .

Big fun for the loser was Luke ATBACCERY .
Benson who dropped In 10 poln.1\ ,
In the B f*me,the Baby Grower {r 1} .
came out on top n-ll a* Sam! iMm)
JUncore netted 14 point
Homestead travel to the Coral {I }} I .
Gables Coliseum Dee 30 to meet : .
Pence de Leon This gems precedes
the University of Miami lay 1}
touted, ...PLUS Clrblm Mult rs Hmm,ni f>f"" '''I.

BoMestead 47 .K- tree 1",, Dtttmhf 17 It Jtntittj Z, aid Cl rtV '"- ,I
FO rr TP Cnf /W takes Ctrlamtt ,'iMMI .
'Roper. _I .1 3 sighs fnm 8 as.ez 1 \ .

Sincere. ___..4 I S
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Freer F-_.1 I 7 I
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Marker, e_...I II 2 ) .'
Wesley, O_ 21 Ii WlSH .
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'Totals:_14 U D Complimentsof 'I'' r

the season E'IIIIISTMASI' JOY t : "

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