Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 1, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00728
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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, Cubans to Limit Tomato Shipments













To Schedule Proposed by .Chandle :







Redland Dike by 1951 What! That Garbage Tax Again? 'S. A. ORDERS I Stores For Labor Hank Day 1'. O.Holiday Close QUOTA PACT WITH MEXICANS Ii


(An Editorial) The poet office, bank and<

The garbage tax which most tropic thoughthad torn will be closed all day '
i CULVERTS PUT I Monday in observance of Labor REACHED LAST SPRING TREATY
been killed after shown
strong disapproval by : Day Postmaster A. V Phillip ,

Homestead individuals and organizations, has come I said the city and rural carrier

Rainy Season AssuredBy to life It tabled when it will not perform any service, but
was last again.before the seems council.f it was only I IN ROADBEDThe !i and outgoing dispatched mall will on be the collected regular SOUGHT TO END MARKET GLUTS R


schedule,,
The proposed ordinance will he taken from the Sunday !
No local celebration event ire.
table next Tuesday night, and all interested persons Seaboard railway will In- planned Dedication of \Home TilE WEATJIKK In return for a reduction of M

Drainage EngineerConstruction should be present, the council has announced. stall drainage. culvctts In n'l Mead Day front Park, slated ear NnoIo' r'weaae r..rn ear .tas Maeess per cent In the present U. S.
roadbed through the Rlod land ;: her, for Labor Day. was deferred '-_ ewes, 11.- e.mes tariff on tomatoes, Cuban grow

Revival of the garbage tax proposal) in the face District, Leigh Powell, S. A. to await further completion IIf Ace oist Ma., 5.r.1Rat.' en are willing to be bound by a
of an additional $50,000 a revenue from the tads and parking area at the Aug. 14 (0 70 2e 05 0,10
year president, announced tits '\' ('L'I schedule of shipments worked
new county beach Aug 25 B8 725 88 0.32Aug.
of the projected cigaret tax (is puzzling. Moreover, to put on another He laid work on the culvert )' 28 17 73 19 DO 1.211 I out In a three day conference In

flood control dike west of Krome JOINT ACTIONIN tax after purportedly taking off two mills tern would begin right away Lora] Men Put on FFVA. Aug 27 14 72 nlll l 0.80 Havana l last week with Luther L.

road will be advanced In priorityIn from property taxes in order to get the cigaret tn'(dilution of the culvert was I Convention Committee Aug. 2ft 16 720,87* Oil Chandler of Goulds, chairman of

the general South Florida money could be interpreted as circumventing the asked In resolutions passed by the Aug. 20 17 74 21167 0.18 the Florida Fruit and Vegetable
Dade County commission and In. Well-known local men have Aug. SO .811 77 20,S3
flood control program so that it law or obtaining under false .... Association
MOSQUITO money pretenses. i petition dined by 50 ownersof been named to the membership -- --- -
will\ afford protection to South If H can be mad a part of tiirthivmlng
groves in the area went of the and attendance' comm''ttee I
Dad 'grovel and farms by the Before the cigaret tax refund replenished the rallroHcl In Redlmid It was for the seventh annual convention TELL LABOR NEED)) new trade treaty

rainy season of 1851. WAR IS URGED city coffers, the garbage tax might have been pointed out that the rallroal of tho association. to bn held on I with Cuba, the! proposed schedule

This war the assurance given I necessary. Now, we deem it another nuisance taxI grade! acts ai a dike to prevent Oct. 4, I and 8 in Miami Death BY SEPT. 15 FFVA. of shipment not only will end
the natural flow of water eastward -
the county commission Tuesdayby I and we have enough of them already I Those named In this area are: the glutting of American markets
I to the bay In times of heavy II.
II George Thomas
Cooper,
Campbell -
official of the Central and I by Cuban tomatoes but also wit
I rain or flood from the glade,
An and Abney Cox, Princeton; WARNS\ FARMERS
South Florida Flood Control enlarged and over-all mosquito crt a for the
pattern rewriting
with resulting damage to agriculture J, R. Brooks, Homestead\ ; Ha
District, according to County control project participated TEACHER LIST 1 Lt. Pope InstructorIn I and roads from standing Mordaunt, Miami; and \llaroli trade treaty with Mexico whenan
Commissioner Preston B. Bird or In by the municipal and county Air Police School wutei Kendall, Goulds. If Redland District 1 farmers opportunity It presented A
Homestead. Meeting with the tpvcmnjent* of Dade and Mon : Powell wrote L. L Chandler, Others local appointments were: do not want to be caught short tomato quote agreement Wit
commission w.ri Stacy Roger, roe bounties and by the state of FOR HOMESTEAD Panama City, Aug, SO.-Jx, rhuiirmm of the Rojllund District A. F Arthur resolutions committee when tho season comes tor hiring reached earlier with Mexico'
general manager ef the district\, Florida, la urged In a resolution Allen Lawrence Pope, son of Mr Chamber of Commerce flood Cecil Barber of Perrlne, labor, they must make their grower by Chandler and Dixon
Nell Hayei and Turner Wallace, adopted by the Homestead city RELEASED HEREThe and Mrs Lawrence Pope ol control committee, that he had nominating committee; Abn* labor needs\ known by Sept. 15 I',,,,," for the Florida Fruit and
member of the flood eontrol Homestead, Fla been aailinod to Fruit and Vegetable Association, but Incorporation
council Monday night has Instructed the SAL. engineer Cox, budget; George Cooper, dlstlngulahed the Florida. Vegetable
district board, and Col. Gee, consulting Th. council was not In regular to Tyndall Air Force Base to log department to proceed with guests; J. Max O'Nell. Grower'* Association, the of It into tariff law will
engineer to the district. session but was sitting ai a board faculty list for the Home serve ai an instructor in (tin construction of the Redland] eulverti 'Terrine, "get-together". commit medium through, which Bahama await the making of a new treaty. I'
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The flood control board hi, re* pf equalization on the tax asiessEroll steed schools, released yesterday, newly established air police In accordance with plant makes Its labor contract Chandler. said he would return to.
classified the Krome dike a> a prior to setting',of the reads ai follows: school located here, ',,, drawn by the county engineer, tee.More than five hundred grow Such I II the warning IvueO' today Cuba today accompanied by Dtxa. .
project) warranted Ay\ a definite Lt. Pepe formerly Ita\iliW\ 1 bjr leaden of anim.>i iUwi Peeea1..fy Lki..' nlvUuctoa.of .' 1't ;,
", scheduled- for ,rwxt Principal tic J(i. Blackburn; was. On Uw heal Hood -""tiwltlt en an(.jhUTi( .Jtpm Ihroughwithe'state DID *" ; work
-l rkm cNnteedre0w Mcutgtgt .light. tYoloitf" were assistant principal "Mr*. Edna lit Maxwell Air Force ,Baile.TliI Chandler ere J. R.; Brooki?; JmeSottlle and guests In alllet after ahantereak heliTIn( ITTe Miami to outfluot shipments
Bird' II Montgomery, Ala office of the president, Luther L. on vegetable' other than
Continued on Page Four) Bird; secretary, Mr. Marian Gee II. Cooper and Cecil fields from throughout the nation
"We made It clear that do tomatoes Pearce Is chairman of
we Ruehle. I The new school will Instruct Barber are expected to attend. Chandler Other present to discuss -
not expect any departure from airmen In the duties of air policeIn wnyi and mean avoiding the tomato division of the also
general flood control plant in the Homestead Junior and Senior a course lasting several week. a dlMmtroui farm labor shortage elation Yelvlngton, a member,
construction of this dike and do FIELD AWARDEDPARMAN\ High School Eddie Adami, seventh .. ... Dinner-Dance for Returned Guards' I the coming season were Henry accompanied Chandler to Cub
not expect, at this time, for It and eighth grades; Claude APPRAISER TAI.K4 i Prldgen manager of tho Florists last week and sul In on the to. ,
to be built the entire length of TROPHYAT I. Chipley, speech; Mn. Mary Opens) V.I ''V. Drive to Honor Uniform Fast Count Fertilizer Company, ill main schedule conferences
Cody, girls' physical education, A talk by Robert McKee of .
its proposed staggered course to Homestead and both tho manager Since the U. 8 slate departmenl
the bay at Turkey Point (which Mrs Alethi Gallaher, librarian, Miami, vice-president of the and the field! representative of hat announced that a new
Is several mile south of the PILAU DINNER Miss Bertha \Mil, Hausman, home South Florida Chapter of the Men In uniform will not be other cities the post last nigh the Mlnml office of tho employment trade treaty will be m-Rnttnted i
Florida City canal)". Bird said economics; Jesse Perl, music; American Institute of Appraiser, I neglected in Homestead If Ar- welcomed bark Momenlcad'i National division of tho Florida. Industrial with Cuba, Chandler I. anxious
"This complete project would Cordle L Pearson, social studies; featured the meeting of Homestead rant-Smith Post, V, F. W can Guard Company with a rominlimlnn, to have all agreement! worked p
Involve a couple of million dol. The Parman trophy which the Mln Helen Pope, art; Mr. Florence Rotary Club Wednesdaynoon help It. A* the firM atop! In an dinner and dance In tho V. F, Some time aNn Preatdi-nl, out speedily ai Sept H hat, been
lara South Dade Soft BaH League Rivet, mathematics; Mn, In Parkway Restaurant, 'It-won't-hoppen-hcre'; program, W home. Chandler Issued' a form nolle- to set ai the deadline for lulimil
'The county commission asked present annually to the player Lucille Rutland English; Mr. McKee li appraiser for the 'inspired( by reports of slights and The dinner dance was exclusively farmers all over tho elate, a-k- lion of brief of \
only for protection for resident who has shown the best sporttmanahlp Ruth Scott, commercial subjects; Everglades National Park. i discrimination, against CI'i In for members of CompanyD log them to let their labor needs es The deadline requoute4rhnng-,
of South Dade that would be was awarded last nightto Kermit Wenkitem, manual trainIng their wives, sweethearts, be known Ht once tatiun It St'pt. 2}. Items to I III
equal to and In conjunction with Lloyd L. Field of the V F. W. ; Miii Marjorie Whlte-lde, mother or listers Each member 'Sept IS In the deadline, and considered In revision of the
protection provided for other team science; Prescott( Wood, seventh New 25-Patient Convalescent Home Will supposed to bring a lady will so far only seven farmer In this treaty include tomatoes, cucumber
sections of the flood control. I Presentation wit made by and eighth grades; Roy Wood, him. Member of the V F. W. arcs huve filed their needn, with *, eggplunta, lima leans and
"We cited what happened In I George Skall, president of the agriculture; Mrs Grace Wolfen Result of Friendly Encouragement auxiliary assisted in preparationof (Continued on Page Four) green beans
levees Browardwere I league, at a chicken pilenu din. burger, English and Spanish; Paul Mexico the
1948 when in the food and served the dinner - -- -'- In quota agrei-
closed to protect the coastal ner given at the ball park for the worley, coach I mont was reached last "i>rln, In
area. Flood waters, kept from ball players, their wives and the Neva King Cooper School: first By RUST LEACH CARSONThe menu In the Homestead area the A. c. MILLER] DIES conference between the Florida
their natural flow to the aea, girl friends of the unmarried grade, Mill Emma Engel Mill spirit of friendliness and HelKtermant have started from Company D, returned Sunday Fruit and Vegetable Committee
were diverted Into the South players. Rita Sprankle, Mrs Edna Thur- helpful encouragement which rraU h on ft 15-ucre plot and all night from annual encampment officials and officials of the WI'.tCOllt
Although athletic skill\ li not landscaping and future erection and training at Fort Jackson, S AT GROVE HOME
Dade farm and grove region man; second grade, Mri. Mar. Redland District people extend to of Mexico Vegetable Association -
While home and lives were not considered a necessary qualification Caret Mills, Mist Ruth Rutland, newcomer It what led Robert J. of cottages will be developed with C, A heavy weapon company. In Cuba the agreementon
threatened! at that time, It Uforseeable for winning the cup, Field Mri. Kathryn Singleton; third Helsterman to select this area at one idea-that of making the the Homestead unit had some or ON FARM LIFE RD. tho schedule of shipment wit
that a tragic condition has been one of the leading hit. grade, Mra. Janet Gallatin, Mist the location for hit swank new place Ideal for convalescent the best qualified teams In the reached with official of the Fruit
could be created with the further ten of the league and hit played Harriet Upham fourth grade, 25-patlent convalescent home at Twenty-five patient can be 75 mm recollleti rifle competition and Vegetable Grower and Exporter
i construction of levees and closingof 'on the all-star team. He It Miss Estell .Burnham, Mrs.Gladys the corner of the Dixie Highway accommodated In the downstairs report Col. Robert Ballard Alfred Charles Miller, "retired of Cuba.
fates to the north and east (Continued on Page Four) 33/I Cooper: ; fifth grade, Mri I and Epmore dr Mr Holster- rams of the huge concrete- of Homestead, commander of the Fifth eve (N. Y.) jeweler who Procedure now will bo ai follows t
without giving us a levee to Jewel DeMilly, Mn. Lorean man expresses the belief that this stucco building The patio \p\ al regiment which Include guard tut been spending winters at his I : Both the Florida Fruit and
shunt the overflow waters to the Moser: sixth grade, Riley Macey, custom of encouraging newcomer garden except for the walk about units from all over South Florida grove home on Farm Life Road Vegetable Association and the
west and Into Everglade National BIFFY'S CHAIN Mri. Bessie Wynn. and new business enterprises It. "D Company was alwayi leading For the past four years, died Cuban grower*' association will
Park, where they will do The Importance of high school I II one reason why the region li Two great winga on either aide the outfit," said Col. Ballard Tuesday morning at the James recommend to the United States
good Instead of harm." pupils' enrolling on Tuesday, developing so fast. of the lobby contain guest rooms, The Homestead! company mad Archer Smith Hospital Death and Cuba that the U 8 reduce
In additional resolution this OPENING SHOE Sept. 8, was again stressed by The project which Mr and each. two with connecting baths good In competition despite a followed an Illness of several I Ida lit duties on tomatoes and the t
week, the county commission Principal Blackburn. A county Mri Helalerman are developing and all tinted in soft green and definite handicap In number ol ,.. He was It year. of age other vegetable Item* by 50 per
'pointed! out that the Krome dike STORE TODAYA ruling, enacted last year, require li a luxurious convalescent horn woodland rose The hills are men, the colonel said Mr. Miller li survived by: hit cent, at the present tariff laws
would be an Integral! part of the I three-day wait for those who which will cater especially to gray "They have about BO members wife, Mrs Anna Miller, a deter i permit through presidential action -
flood control system and ai such do not register at the required those suffering from cardiac, The decorative quality of the when other companies have 80: of Mn. gip"w'c." Klngman; a and the Cuban will) agreeto
would have Its location deter Biffy't Shoe Store opens forHj.lneu time, he said.Tuesday arthritic and other allmcnti. No place, Inside and outside, If what he laid "When you take out men stepson, Bennett off I Irnpos a schedule! of shipping
I mined by the U. S. Engineer, today at S S. Krome eve. It enrollment day mental or contagious case will m'ght' be expected from anything for cooks and other routine (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two) -

.who would draw up specification with a complete line of low be admitted. which Mr, tleisterman helps to chore, a complement of 50 I I. '
and let the contract priced shoe Safety Iirector Frank Before coming to Homestead create. Her own profession li that seriously cut down. The spirit Have Your Fun Come in ; !
The resolutions: this week aa The chain of Biffy'i Shoe Pays Homestead Visit three year ago, the lIel.termanaoperated of fabric designer, and the not and efficiency of this company Tatters!
well aa other last week were Store It owned by Ben I. Friedman hornet for convalescent only create textile design In should attract more member 11
evoked by an editorial In the Miami of Atlanta, and extend Asher Frank ot Tampa directorof In New York and In Harrisburg, her studio hen but also il part won however, and with things Hospital Aid Is All That Matters\ -t tB

', Herald which questioned through Georgia Kentucky and the Florida Safety Council, Pa. This work li Mr Heister- owner and director of a New at they are young fellow woulddo
necessity of the Krome road dike. Florida, according to Harry was here yesterday In behalf of man'i vocation, but his hobble York firm that market textile well to Join up with their KmVi REPORTER can have a super tIme because
Care h, who II district: manager the council' general safely pro- art aviation and social welfare designs! home town national guard the Jaycees will
c OF C. IIF.ADS TO MEET with supervision over four ,store gram. He plant to return after work. Until just recently he Especially In the family apart company where they can have You won't be able to distinguish I games II. A. Aman provide, Jr,various chairman .
The Redland District Chamberof In the Miami area and the one school start to consult with owned and piloted his own air. ment at El Repose, which la the companionship and team mates! Judy O'Grady from the colonel's of the affair, hat promised
': Commerce director will\ hold Just starting In Homestead. I teacher and P. T. A. In regardto plane entire upstairs of the structure, of their choosing if they hiv togo lady] at the hospital benefit dance they will give ",ver'Oftl attending
'a luncheon meeting at Redland I Harry Bowen of Homeitead hasbeen school safety measure. Amongthe t i Planning to make El: Repose, II I the artistic tendency of the put out a fire somewhere" which the Jaycees of South Dado a thoroughly
enjoyable
'Cafe Tuesday, Sept.:: I, : appointed manager of the coundl'l sponsors It BirdChevrolet ) the name they have given their family revealed. Mr. Helsterman Lt Adolph Lopes U command' will hold In the Chamber of ," evening
,o'clock. local store. Co. of Homestead place, one of the finest develop- Commerce! Building tomorrow
i tikes antique, hence there are er of Company: D. Nor It that all) The entertainment
night. There are really advan
rare and lovely museum piece committee expert to bring
i n which blend satisfyingly with the tagel about this old clothe dance, top flight floor ihow entertainer
H. T Schulcnbcrff
when a prize will be given forth
Lest We Forget modern piece which Mrs. Hale, from Miami, and claim that I
By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrickhad berman prefer Two terrace,' Entertains ClubA most tottered' outfit that feature alone will be worth I
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entirely surrounded by grill work : This way even a college pro the price of admlMlon.Th .
painted In woodland rote' add rollicking talk on friendship teaser, or.I newspaper reporter, *' dance music will be furnlshed ->
Invitation were usually by W* asked when and they all no arrangement for locking up a lovely piano. I to the upstairs comfort for the by H. T. (Dutch) Shulenberg of dn attend without having to by Jay Smith'a 1.-piece
word of mouth and sometime looked terribly embarrassed. and hiding the key. Their ttalr step were the prideof i family: The Helstermani. have Miami w** the feature of ladles' March for clothes to wear, and band of University of Miami students .
even second hand for It was hard I Then they began to have doubt When Mrs Frorlep and Mrs. the countryside. Mostly where one ton, eight-year-old Robert night at the Redltnd'Dlltrlct maybe even win a prii And that who hive had) professional
.to contact people who" ,lived sev i and discussed among themselves Brewer came back in the afternoon the children slept br the loft of Jr. Lions' Club Tuesday Dickie Kin- s tondulix you would ordinarily career The twq soloist "for-
feral mil** away. The Calkmse If they: had misunderstood the they were la a great state a pole house they scurried up the Designed for comfort In warm nard, Jr. played several piano spend for dolling up can be used merly tang with big name out
,had finished their little home, day or the week even. The out-' of hilarity.\ Th. party had been pole ai a ladder won they wentto weather, D Repoco hat temtz\ 10101. to boy some other plain clothe fiU".
,and Mr Calkin decided to have come was they decided they. had for me,and I bad not been Invited, bed but the ,Calkinsa had. floor throughout and plenty of Among Visiting Lions were Timer \ man a ticket and you can tout So, feller clUiena, torn a '
a party\ In my honor. The draw better gq on anyway and find\ so Mn. Calkin was doing It over real aisles. window all\ with Venetian shades. I. Day president of Coral help the hospital fund twice at o'clock tomorrow night left all
L t beck was she forgot to Invite u*. out again the next week. No one else The Flora girl lived across the Outside, It a' small building to be Cable Lions Club, and Oliver much. Because the James Archer tumble Into our Utter and.totter
r t I The day cam and we :had: not The usual thing would ever went to all that trouble for way later and the Ekhenbergen devoted to "romping", and included Hoover, Lion Zone chairman Smith Hospital you will recall, I W the Chamber: of ,Commerce
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even head of It by the grape vine been to go anyway even 1:1: me a* I remember it next door, and th* girl used to in the landscaping plant Other guests were Miss Mete L.Merlcl It to receive half the net profits Building to try: our luck at win i.
f About mid-owning Mr*. Fror- bad not heard of tile thing until The little house was of pole, come out to Redland to help'011 are"pleasant and shady trail for *, MiseBarbeaJean. Smith, for lit new hospital wing fund nlng that ,table, nodal radio or
: lisp came by with Otto and Mr*. that moment, but the two aunt I and it contained many treasure entertainment that ,Mr*. Cal wheel chair Mr. and Mr* Joseph Boyer Mr. I Moreover, If you dont know one or more o the ether 10
,Brewer In the surrey and asked were over at the other place andI Addle had brought from kin wa like enough to managefor XI Repose will be opened for and MnX. Paul R. Roth, Mr. and how to dance, or If you don't even j prizes to be awarded toot lit'.
,'il we were going to the party. was left there .In charge with North with her. Later the family the Guild buiinew. about Sept. IS. Mr*. Oventreet and J. Rutted*., want to know how to dance, you their oldest elotheav:
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TELLS OF RULESTO Denmark Unhurt But Her Economy 1 band worked' I'' 'CUBANS I cent to ak'. doflar )fig lug more Z-LEADER.E "TERPRt[BE Friday. .
( in reseed to unemploymentlutitilfini : to their grower." said Chandler

Up et by War Mrs.\ Burrichter Finite in Denmark, Mrs Dur- (Continued. from hat ODe) I The advantage to the Florida Ends meet. .. nen Tuesday, an.
CONTACT GlMERGENCES / richter said that there might be I grower will be s stabilised mar- Soroptimbt Cteb nNMWN Mn. OKU Dodd prteldent. -
I 'laborDodge In Me Wade an4n IImMatlees on tNmselves the: set whk ce* fct .1IItWt except Btid-iutnmer Heee x .1

,.* thrill of flytM -acre* the said that tint* Cennnfe had or ussly el later M an.elder. fend that Cub Mil not 'be per I 1 by wiN shseaeftte from I TIM' "*.1..M will be held atIt
.-."Mile Ocean to vtNt her nMebod *e.a under Nagl ccflsTol purlrts'A What I meW she said.., muted It Ship Moaaslve qsjmti n_ realrMe ........... TIle Aw HoMnlMd IoNfllml.tCII6 II o'clock at Gateway Tourist
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of DaMnark, MARIA" she Red Mk Mere *-eja .t i 19 many "i,. that moM *f the people over UM markets of the of**the vegetable United" 'Slates tohi'\.11'i resylUiic tmfMvti ttwrlM. ..... after IU weekly wmmer. luncheon... Home: .
w not visited V there learn a trade when they Florida to the extent willamI
be efH of fmllis OfAmeticMtH / for year, was the pkyeleal change at tNM were help growers _
ForsM
recent experience of Mrs August chaniee In social and economic vonns" and tree stick to lit any one :\.ted I of five to ton million dollars
ssrvlesman. In the Next Male and. .ff.
Burrlchler of HOIIMIIIt..d. condition Them Is OtttMWy, as here per year "
Ilotepn! 1 fe0M and at the re- to permit the ahlrtkM. from a Cuba will take this Information ofWolfs
The night from New York isles arc higher and tease ; I I For the first time in t.sffhistory Announcing: &npnlii
sue{ of CMnk C tense A. Mills, took about U or M hours, shesaid. Sri higher than they were before trade that it over Applied" wiltslabor before the IntsmaManal, Trade the major groups In Flor.I
rhairinan4, "* County Red I' \ There were. two stops, one the war and such foods (I butter . le..one' In which there le a Ortanlutbm' which. will dtl4tlll..1rom meet InTorqUl IIda.I I Cub and Mexico have I I
I ihorta England with Auto Supplies
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Crau national heart. l at Newfoundland sod the other I coffee, tea and tuftr are agreed on a mutual' program and Economy
Catei, When Mn Burrichter returned ( H member nations, tftelud-
In Scotland still ,.t....,...' the explained. I wIll present this program to the ,
American
qurtn'"( be Red I to this country the met her hus- ing Russia, her satelitel and
When inked about changes she, "In many Instances both husbands United fiUle for adoption"Chandtsr
advised 'Icemen' bead four children in Dun Mtxko There the new treaty between Margarrt Ann
today sen and.
Cir a N W. First St. Opp.
noticed In Denmark; since her last I and wives have to week polhted out that other 82 ,
kirk N. T, where Cuba and the U. S. will be
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faMles) of Important ruin to be Visit, especially a* a result of In order to live as well as thef I Vegetables at well at tomatoes rlulltl U&
authorized
Mr. Burrlchle/i brother After
1#lowed to tempting to reach World War II. Mr. Burrlchtet I used tot live when only the _** would be subject to shipment restrlctlokl. -
ipencllni a month there and In The schedule of U the "1,
-hlpmentssgrecd store ivlnj
jon on the war fronts or on m'tI Michigan. the family drove back to by the Cuban growers That Is why he and This retail auto parts
arJ Uwtallattons In time of' "fmly home to their trove on McMtnn I la a* follows; I Pearce and Yelvlngton are CoOs public a chance to buy Items Uii nature

emergencies. rd near Homestead. bound laday. stall times at reduced prices .v
I Nov, not over 55 cars a wk. "We are going to create aforeign .
/ The local) Red

Acme ..-fIfe workers Cross will chapter's handlejemergency Homestead Roofers"When J. Wolf Opens Economy I Jan Dec,, not not over over 495 195 csrs can a a wk wk. I committee and," said domestic Chandler vegetable"Each 20% to 45% {;

messages |In the (ot. Auto Supply Store Here Feb, not over 470 cars a wk. of our groups will appoint men .
towing Mtiutioni: Mar. not over ITS cars a wk from the respective industries to OFF REGULAR WIT PRICES

( I. When commercial telegraph we get through rain can't"Hoofing 1 ,a. Wolfs opened Economy thll week Aut all Sup- Apr. not over" 100 cars a wk. this committee. Members of this & Saturday
J or eskle tr\lee u not available plies nm street, In the Marti May, not over 60 cars a "tic I committee will maintain statistics Special Sale Friday
N'1
and when and
petttl facilities will exchange information
J not meet thi nerd for speedy he- "In*. "W proved to the Cubangrowers meet from lime to time. They
tlon lit family tltusllont Involving 0 Mr. Wolf was Identified With ," said Chandler, "thst I will Jointly recommend to thegovernments ..-' . .... .. "
Wolf Auto Wrecking |here for when they ship more than thetgreedupon MUFFLERS .. . ..1.11Dud.
death, lerloul |lineal, or birth it of the United States, F. -
there ire compli atIonr, and Inprobl.m. 0 Asbestos Itoofing and Siding eight and a half years. He tame schedule, \they break I Cuba and Mexico what this committee 1'1,. Chi/. .. ... -:. -....UI
here from Miami Beach and West I
of allowanrei or allot- the market. We did the tame deems to be necessary" .
mend and |III builnesa affair In Palm Beach where he was In thing In Mexico. In a survey covering The committee will hear both
which time Is I factor (.utters Installed \the auto supply business for 12 20: years, we showed the I sides of any question that Camelup 11-pUU ChunpUa = e $6
S.: I years. ,Mexican grower that when they TSSB.Olhef
Whfh! Member of the hm. and furnish a minority report BATTERIES
:lly bbs :.been UniucceMful' In .,. )Hullt-Up Roofs .' \ The" word economy In our shipped no more than the proposed : as well as a majority report, .
said Wolf, "means just
name schedule \the markets of the
/.r"to I eL'reductlsna
toinmunicite- directly with Chandler Mid I
the (t..1. We are opening/ a place U. 8 did nut break and the nearby typet al'r
aervleinait bout
to urenlf.mll Asphalt Roof Mopping "In our program, we have no
who want
where the car owner Western centers of population
matter. .
I Intention of the American
penalizing
J. When the service of an !I' to do hit own work can get parts absorbed! such shipments\ ...11,." : consuming public" Chandlersaid. Reconditioned and Starters

American Jted Crane ,..prewnll.Iv ttt UK. REPAIR THAT HOOF LEAK FOR YOU .1 at from price keeping that his do not car In prevent first elate him The Mexican' schedule agreed<< :: "There Is an escape clauseIn HM, .......1 "Generators(asehued) :
'
\ are Deeded t- help the servlceroah upon was on a basis of dally our agreement with both Cuba .
condition We both\ new and
flU EkTIMAICS WORK C.DARA\irtl carry
shipments, s'nce' Mexico can ship -
'consider
) /am'ly
problem and Mexican growers: that In the
or when they are needed to reconditioned..'. pane and acceisorlct direct by mllronfl into the United event any of the .'Iectedl1t'. Rebuilt Ford Carburetors 1 $3 (Exchanged)

help the serviceman! meet the 63 N. E. 8th St. Phone 123 I I States where Cuba rely. on boatssllmgt table Industries meets with dli- ,
Carburetors tt very law prices.
Other
chock of dlstrettln newt. The proposed Mexican aster In the United States Jhe
"The Home Service Depart A, C. MILLER I schedule tit: state department can relax the
ment of the Dade County Chapter A good stock of tools at very low prices. ,
(Continued from Palo One) I Nov, not over 25 carl a day rettrictloni on shipments to the
of H" Croea I I. ready .t t ell Washington U. Ci; two enters, Dee., not over IS cans a day I extent deemed necessary"

limes UAed"rBjtilli Urender Mid the service out I,;I Mint Stella Miller of Stamford Jan, not over tt carl a day Negotiations with the Goulds'Cubangrowers I'I Crevrolet ........................$ .?> I ,

There ere' now 21 1 AmericanRed I I JENNINGS IS COMINGTRUCK Conn.Syracuse; and, N.Mill Y.,Ethlyn and a Miller brother of, Feb Mar.,, not not over over,35 45 cars sen a a day day late In July were when begun Dr. In Julio For.cede HUB CAPS Buick ..............................$1.25 \
Craw field .
workers In Koreaprepared
of Havana, secretary-man
I col H W. Miller of Syracuse Apr not over 43 can a day
'l -to' handle rommunlrationt Mrt Miller left Thursday to May, not over 20 cars a day alter of the Fruit and Vegetable .Oilier "PIt it low trices.. I
.
ojThls/ type through the as.t'on's ,i accompany the body to Syracuse, Growers and Exporters of l
: Ihog Red Crone chapters. where funeral Interment The' advantage to Cuba and accepted Chandlers' SOUVENIR
: the and COME IV TO SEE t'S ANP CET A FREE
will take place, and then the will Mexico would be a reduction in o conference. Since" then .CUb'j 1'01 CAI.I I I
return to Homeitead In chargeof .duty plus 1 'stablired market I hat made two tripe to Cuba YOUR I.1
'II local arrangements/ II Edw. L.Bransm .'which'!. we nVUI be worth 10 It on Mi third today. ,-.1.1I
? of Brsnsm Funeral -- I

WHEELS I Home I
Before Mr. Miller's. retirementhe
I was vlce-preildent of Cottls
Jewelry Co. or New York, and
hit residence war on Long Island

J : As Well as Passenger Car Wheels New For fifty York years Athletic a member Club,his of the favorite Removal Sale !

/ pastime was attendance at
athletic eveiiti at the club. He :I :

Church.was a member) of, the Lutheran


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,ruled' rup.ne. 1a lh> CO sue, of DAM.
I By Stewart Warner au.4 flnrM.: W eNl, .
NKIy. 1( at Lot t. Islet II ClMiMl' out merchandise before we move we are offering .
rt, "I'Ul llu* IT. .tot .. III tk. ,
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Cjrllflf.1. H*. sal TkUMMMI? unbelievable bargains. .
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cud. ftupmi ...... Ik* MM.. r>..
lin.t> taM VM In tkt MIM of
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Extra equipment with .this wonderful machine permits us to( i ' kt
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balance electronically the wheels on trucks of any size. .taMrtbH. kr-lii will .bt ..,14 to Ih..m1.* kick.H ..
hKM-r It the Oi.rt Mar dour r
Iht Sims Mnixtait II IK* rail *t tic ;
1 kdrr... A. U 'DIM, v/kMi 10110 lee -r $50UP" '
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'mass I ihli. tile link 4w .f Cones. A. : .

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U. al nor w as elm. Fans as.. _a br 10 W IN..Jowl DLitso. price. come early, won't last I long '.

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\ ,Uk Touch Footballers KEttfETff fttW W fun s... Sullivan t. Study \DER-ENTERPRISB Friday' Sept 1, 1950-_
WINS HUE
Turn Out Tuesday Night I Kenneth t>>..le*, sun of Mt and In Zurich Switzerland
I Ml*, a A. Pytaa of
IN LEAGUE PLAYAS i AU I local touch (MMMll teren. .r nltaled In Uw U S. Jama M. sao eon ell MtM4 I
I .. asked ton to the MlI ,1.,1rW .. Monday a-.tea4.j Mrs Newer ..II..*. waft 4Biffy's
I. JaekeMVtHo.1 leave Homertead Sept 10 for IVMttUha
L I
( for their ofjttM
SEASON ENDS I fret" practice ;
'I of gsaduab week an the
I reason next Tuesday Might Corporal Mttto Hunter UMvelolly. el a.rtrII III a.r...
6. Practice will continue
I Sept on ,
Coming from behind after hiving Wed .....? and Tburaday nighta. Is Stationed) in Texas Bwttaertand.b eeonomki He pleas and to take"..- ,
been .'bMlen In the fleet but the plifen MO Mind to alga I ==
...... *. V. f V tall aMb',00 with the board tf 'IIO""*' Mttton Healer, a corporal in
.... 1M ......... ... at MM Ttteeday alibi' ,preelbe. .!the air force reairva, hat been James, Mir athlete' and 1941 .
South Dade Softball and gradual of tlomeMeed lllt">
aenrkce
Laagpode on Monday. Sept II, la the date called Into the age'n
Wednesday night .by topping Tav- la now" autloned at Meeee FMd.Lubbeck . School, served with the eomtwtengineer
act for the
aliening game
Irm'cr, ltd, for lit. thin rti %M the league can be providing arganlted Tex He left Uomeetead In ill five tack.*? Shoe Stores
win" then. 'lest rrtday ef the European theatre durlruj
by.
This fame wee m aotl-cluwjt I I Milton, tan of Mayor and Mrs World War II He entered the I
however, after Monday "''lbl's I I Herbert Hunter of Florida City. UniverHtf el Florida In 1W' and
'IJ-lnning thriller and last week'i BOB EASTWOOD\ hai been employed ai ttylln'' alI won a commission In the active ",Inr Save at "Y
J'I-Innln. itruHle The. two )1 Ruth'i beauty parlor. array swerve two peen ago.. In Principal Friday September 1st mrr,'. :
torller battles ) I June of JIlt year he receivedU. i ,
were ao cloudi Jib : -
fonlektrd that they'll be n topic O PLAY INSTATE,I CG lUservUts!. Asked ally. A and degree wn accepted from tM for IMIver-graduate Ha. Cities SMa Stores <
tf conveCMUnn for
a long t me
Stir of the playonOi was. V. CHESS TOURNEY' To Request Acthe( Duty work. by the Univerclty of Homestead's Most Complete Family Shoe Store
F. Wi Roy NeUon Roy not only I' Maryland .
Miami, Aug I-Men and wo Quality Shoes At Popular Prices ,
hit
plUhed team to victory but I '
enUall"d' and
men re rvt t' gall'
wrprlsed everyone by alao be'nt Bob Eastwood. local jportimin, comanltftoMd through lieutenant) Presbyterian Nursery
the leading batter In the aeriM i will play In the slats chars: School Iteepeas Sept. < "
In the Ttti Coast guard Dlitrlct:
lie had two or more hits In loch champlonihlp mitch to be heldIn Smart New
fame for I .U5 .venieTeverntor I Orlando front CepL 1 to 4.,i have been to signify wed their to aubmlt wllUngnea requests The Pheibylerian Nursery. Women's 1 1CasuaIs ;
had bon. favored to One of the beet cheep players! In'I School and Kindergarten a no
to be recalled voluntarily to 1(0
because of IU south Dade County, he wee denominational ecltool, will reopen R
a wfn remarkable 24-6 teuton and ill record.'inning ner-up to Capt. A. P. run-I tended active duty. Sept. 8, announrea Mr, n, SandaIs <
ot the lost two l rounds ofIrigue Princeton In taut' year's I' The purpees'of'thaee'reyuesula C Merriam, director, The liounare !!
competition However Vr District' tournament I to determine the amount of from S:30 to 11:30.: m ... ; I
"I Reaerva manpower that can be The full half day'I rrhedule of
W which qualified for the A then match between tome- !
1. playoff by winning' the fin! lead' and Twernlcr li plannedfor anticipated on a voluntary basis.The free and directed play will tg- Whiten P \ t
round unleaded! too henry lit:) the near ..future, according to I recall will be limited elude many mualcil activate.' [Ideal for Racks I

.attack. and coulj not be dcnM Mr. Eoet mood'. 'j Male reservists (entitled' and painting with finger paints ,ld C. ', '
. oommlaiioned through lieutenant' .
on M easel a mldmomlflgmack
Greens
] must possess certain akllli' and and mt period and othkr j -e IkachDreas 1'It' ,
qualiHcatlona, including previou{ activities planned to duit tie 69 0 Mulll\
tea experience and/or port aecur pre-arhool 1,child to, his environment ' colon ; '
SWAP SHOP lay| exprrlenc SPAns, member physically aoclilly aid !' '! r i.SIOrt .
of tin women' branch of the emotionally, eye Mrs. Merrlan* You'll want '
Coast Guard, will be called .
Mn T. Randolph Janet wet||l "
needed. teach the kindergarten group aijriMri -I'lay several pair at this tow price! .
i No Involuntary malls are be- Mrrrlim. nursery grotipMn ,
j Y Reopens Today (Ing considered at this time, Jones taught. a first 1 |rii*.
room In11.. Homestead tcho< i Children's Better Opening SpecialMEN'S
tall year. Mrs Merriim observed
Redland Park to Show In the Harvard Nunerr' School In

,,.. I Specials, ) Today, & Tomorrow A Film 49!.mlnute on Hose film on Growing the grow Cambridge Mothers. .Interested Mail'; during are Invited tfrlummer ""bd.. ., d,, School Shoes WORK SHOES ,,

Ing of roses will be Shown at the by Mri Merriam to bring their .. !
One 8-piccc Mahogany SALE [PIUClm
arden center In Redland Fruit i
Dining Room Suite ..............................$li.1 ..OOi and. Spice Park at t p m Mon- children Mo 12 on to lilt Sept.the 1, S erhool or 6 or from totelephone Rue this ,$hoe$ on!
1 day. Sept 11 t
One 6-piece Bedroom No admission' fee will be her. $1 98 Limited quantity $2.98

i i j Suite, new ............................................$132.50 :charged and everyone li Invited 1................................. Sizes .: : al I ..knees :
i A firm of Texii tone growers IUr. Leonard {W. llasklnt t. Rig 3 Several Smart Styles Don't miss' thlMIWomen's :
Bobk3n produced this picture which It t rt.Hit NT I. Ki tnBiMrttMt .
" One ltound Singer .
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Sewing Machine..:..........?.................. $ 32.50 'to said be by outstanding I its aponaor.for J. beauty O Herring and i OLASSESI I II .

I J I New Feather Pillows, pair.....:.....................2.75 Information Mri Herman Hrln- I 111 N. K. lit 8U Miami. ., fla.rnoNt II 1 NewBALLETS. School and SportOXFORDS _!
1 ,heist, park superintendent will I ........... A" (l..Uned,

l' Sport Shirts! .......................,.....................,.........$1.75 I I the preside film tines ai a the community park will service show. ........ .i-itti caeca:E IIL. i (( . !.


'/ % CASUALS $2.98 !
\, 227 S." Flagler Ave. ..
O. RALPH MATOUSEKAttorneyatLaw I
$1.98 AND
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Phone JRl 1*" X/V a
467
Smart 1
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Ct'ery Styles 'i t
New Style "sP All Sizes and Color :i

j announces the relocation of his and Color I Opening Special! Designed 'for Style end Sen ice J J I

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Esamlnaltoa. ef Ike.. Cye Optical Preerrtplloa Perace" '
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-t1' fbrrran. Hcre'i finest hift'driving at coit;
Vbanl Training-Office Air CenallUard.DAILT for all you have to doIn! ordinary, driving tot let die
4 lever in "DKIVB" lllon-prou on the accelerator
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,TUES.. THRV ."T.-I:II le IIICl : '" ; glide afoot smoothly, silently' at any Jetlrcd epced-wdtM
START SAVING NOW Weal Mawrr 81 llencatead rbM III 4't' out clulcb pedal or eanhifungl ItenlC lbtr-<:bevrol tin any hnr-prked car with Puwcrillde Automatis Iranimlulon .. .
i WITH THE EASY-SEW and los-hap. Valve.In.Head Englnc-llM aly low .j
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,._.sot w .,.... ,.",_. Chiropractic Physician Clutch Pedal- So Much SimplerSo .. o '

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I The IIUINltlllllUllIlllIllIJtRlIIDllIIlMttNtJlIIMMINMIItlNMlll I llllllllnnnml1tIISplinters : I resent from IbM w. 'ha.e" ate,* '. mlUlUlnnUllfllllll llllllmDI . ?e WTWr r wfco win "1=LEAt>EltrENTERPnlSE Friday: ;:Sept 1,1960,

lured to our **.., beauty they ; be I aenlcr plea to leave Bepl:

/ LeaderEnterpriseI nor suJtm(>. usieipertedly 17. He li student. aaatstaot. la. tend Florida State Collate for ,'.ret Roberts Mia Kathryl, CM.
From Redland Pine otter than thou Miss MlOaWh tea* WH .ft.A .
.. tent a from sourcM we 20 Years Ago biology at UM University. Bill Women Chester Hawley will go and .
.have frM.cad to dependinf an. Bradley and BOM Incus will to Amherst College. 1, Campbell left to. peg*
By HAUL RUSSELL BIRO we da net realtoe. that they have leave for QalnasviUe Sunday Miss. M)oma Kahl. Min Mar- a week in Hollywood .I

..;-:..-= -= coma at aHA no ......... h... d M.ut.n Mill Mary BUabrth\ Krone, who
New YM had always .
Y 7 /I/ .II..IltttlllllMilltl1.....I I..'m...I II IfiIIIIIfIIMI lillll'II' (IIIIHI, .I IIN' ..11141111I..n".li" ...LlltlllllltHn"................ I' boy wanted In miner to travel a..r/SUN INS' -.fcMi i M.*..... 004 Ifc* MM Mill.... won UM aenatortal aebolarehip. 1
last will her
... e-.0 -- r..w s. year begin junior
t
1 It happened to friends of This I Yet when invited to earn hit wayto 1fete. - O*. It, sass
State
i some story made a tremendous year at Florida College for
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Richmond V., and back by 4b w a..wd .. BRANCORInc.
r.mM w lIwMAayealltlg mine In a rural section of one of Impression on me. Never, I think be ..... Mw. ., Itl& Women Mill Marion Robertsonof .
LCACM AKCTCHMl the northern stales, One Sunday have I heard a more striking chauffeuring an elderly couple Florida City will begin her
** .? horning they found themnelvM example of wasted opportunity refined. Travel In hit mind had sophmore year. Miss Mary Betker .
> MAST naan DWIIMIDM' cut ott from the village churchby Imagine the Impression I brief meant far countries" and luxury nUIIIIIIhllllllllllllllIuhIIIIIIIIiuiIIII"Over I II I[ of Florida City wilt return to
1/... .N LrwIuecdmow a walt high blanket of mow service In that empty church ir-llnen. He could! not vlsuallces the University of Miami. Mia Bock and ConcrcL Products
Using churchgoers of exceedingly would have made on that young modest trip to Richmond as a twenty girls and boys I i France Brown will enter the
LATE. regular habits and seeingno boy who had skied from his hometo broadening experience, even as a from the Midland District ire Georgia Stale College lor Wo-
t I. DU Owriyi I ..., II M| III w H reaaan be daunted by a mere attend It. Whenever thereafter beginning In a email way, of the leaving sewn to attend unlver- I I men at MUIedgevllle, Ga, and I IMin I II .... Kerk Tea "lackCenmte !
I Ml I I .* snowfall the three. mother, he read heard the words, llobe-trottlng he bad always I Reck BcitealngeCencrete ,n
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O.YIM' a .*. ,:'tI: I m-., /LNI! or of. lltles, colleges, and business Frances moocher and Mia
..., It*| I ", h.... father and young( eon donned "Where two or three are gathered dreamed Khooli or to take course In I I Ruby Shuler have already left| Blerki a Rerk till
I skts and presented themselves together In my name" they Things like that around happen to with us nursing . Earl Matthews left I to attend Woodbury College at I Ready-mixed Concrete r..
I before the carted portals In time would have held for him a and to others us . I
veryspecial for Gainesville This year he Lot Angeles. Miss Haul Hook
.... .... ,... This day
K. 4 N / ran rlnwM..eh amazing frequency very
IL 911 U M.I 1 1flJi for eleven-o'clock! worihlp. meaning, a very personal la editor of the Florida College i I and Donald Talbot will go to I
a golden opportunity
: = : we may up
d. U. : and dramatic significance. pats DeLand.
M.wll .. 11111. No one elae wa there, Indeed, because wt do not know It Farmer, an agricultural magatine Stetson University In
-- -------- Deliver AnywhereBRANCOR
I I no one else showed up at all, Now that somewhat thoughtless to be such.It I We :

1 saving only the minister who country minister Wit no might be well, when praIn ,- ;,
amerced, obvloutly astounded, doubt a sincerely consecratedman. for to remem
opportunities
Dearie, Do YouRemember from hit house next door No doubt he had often at the Our .Phone Number Is 305-J
bet to add an extra petition :
? "He exclaimed and exclaimedover liked the Lord to grant him opportunltlei end: "And please, dear Heavenly Inc.
our having come" mid the for larger service. Yet Father when you tend this ,

4 By Annie Mayhew FlUp.trk. later mother, "but relating apparently the It Incident never -hIt when him on. squarely came and In-so the to face speak, he I, chance to along perceive, five It me for the what gumption It. Roofing of All TypesModern IL L. Brandenburg.. ........Mir. Paul l Cenwlin., Vlee-Pres.

In World War One, the failed to seize It, failed even to
powers
onto occurred to him to Invite ui "
II.
: Ph. 419
said 'Please Inside the church It did teem, recognize It. EquIpment. Insured and Appro'cd.8.M.MOORE Hock Pit on Redland Rd. S. of Mowry

If you have sugar spume, dan'lu since we had made that much How often all of us, alas, fall r. 0, Hex 7M. llonlestead'FITZPATRICR'S .
{ one of' these effort to gas there, he might have to recognize the opportunities
g Hut lea spoons I.vel-or better had at lent a ihort prayer beforehe that come our way Because they FLORENCE
yet-scant" let ui start back home again are clothed In outward guise dll.I .
It makes some folks thoughtfulIt -
VI made others rant I I

You don' --but Civil War Day) Invites to I 1
they larked apparel ; Give Your Wife a Rest stop you for FINE FURNITURE

When flour went up to a hundred
I barrel I On Sundays Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods
And before the fighting had come Curb ServicebIP.M.D.IIy I

1 :' to had a salt 1IIItChildren grew up who had never Young, tiring Turkey the family with here Dressing fort or I I Redland Plumbing Supply Cor. Blacayne Cabinet Dr.Work* Kedlaad_ Chair Ed.Caning Keflnliblng rnona 594-J


Boiled iweet potatoes were considered Chicken with Home-Made Dumplings. at 280 So. Krome At c., Homestead Phone 511.J

good board. I
It could happen again If we all ADDIS' SODA SHOP
start to hoard REDLAND CAFE Complete Line of Plumbing
ill N. Krome Are' 1 Ii{
In II. hailer An. Phase lit JENNINGS IS COMING

JOINT ACTION (Leaned Bchamarher to Florence) Supplies,. Galvanized Pipe, Fittings

(Continued from Pone One) '.
heard from Otto Bcrnerker' I. AKewell I .Ii
Everett Runnel and Mr. -
Polly ROil Bulfe. Turchane of' I
f l fire truck from the Scsxrivi DO YOU NEED 11

Corporation was authorlred or
that rompanv'l bid of .200.
The revolution on mosgullc ;? MORE ROOM. .

i control, Introduce by Council \ .. 1 qna7w&nlleh1r }

f lows'w'llxee.Aa man..:Wm Mu'sclwhite, Is fts fol, I. 1 A SUN PORCH


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TELL LAUOll ; BERBER BUILT

I (Continued firm Page One)

:. the auoclatlon," said Mr. Trld
gem
There are over HO farmers
I In this area who have not yet ,
made application for their labor To Your

heeds and unleos thojr get their
I notices In before the deadline Own SpecificationsOn J:

they*will without probably help. find themarlte "I like the tlory telling hour with the younger chilYou don't need to know much about money to ,

The labor situation will\ naturally dren, scrubbed rosy and'shiny as prize apples . know that these arc things worth saving for ,

be affected by the national : looking trustingly into the future. You needn't be financial wizard )
situation and the Korean allua- : so a to figure out that ,

lion has already brought I declineIn F.H.A. .:"' "1 like the Great" Days . Christmas and Easter the regular purchase of U.S. Savings Bonds is as safe, .
available labor We hope the ,
farmers and (rowers of the area 'I and Graduation. Especially this year with Bobby profitable and sure a way of saving as has ever been . ., I'

deadline.win make application before the Terms and Interest ready to start college in the Fall (and, thank heavens invented. .

t hit education fund safely put away). Now, today, U the time to join the Payroll Savings '

FIELD "I tike tho uiug feeling inside our house when I lie Plan at your office, or the Bond-A-Month Plan at ..

yean(Continued of age" ,from married rage, and One)bat Sec ;1;). >' awake at night . especially rainy nights. Knowing your bank. So sign up! Declare your family's future

two children. He la a graduate ol .. .: it's ours, paid for and secure." independence and safety. < ,' .J I
Homestead High School where he :
tarred In basketball.The / # : (. :

trophy, I gold cup 30 Inches "iii''OdtonWtir. : ,

league hiGh annually U presented by C. J to. Par-tho AoJJ 6 d Aon -t1. : Sew BondA : }
t.
golf man,,enthusiast Homestead who architect Is Interested and 110. Barber .

la all outdoor iporti Th. tintwar4 '
V*.: "': .... ,
to
went to '
two .
years ago, n.. r""' : "
Bruce Inn I.. test year the GENKRAL CONTRAGwFO1L'Licensed > '
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anted .' t s t
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I The,. ball teNOn was cloned ,.. < " .1. at ''
officially with lost night's din ,." ,'' (. \" ., 'I( l' /.t .t . tt I .' ,I 11I' ,\

ner President akin thanked all '\. ) '

the fans who bare supported the \ T/f /, a. official U.: S. Treasury rtrenittmenl-prtfirtJ uadtr auspices 01 Treasury Drptrfmtnl area :'AJrtrtfaag Council.
league and bid them welcome to I

next year's coolest ,
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I Mr and Mr: Basil -Good 01 Mr and Mss M+ M. Aoei,...Ie'. I W. X. Bell, Jr. the Sl.yer-' Mr. 'aad' Pars Uland Burttt I LEADER-ENTERPRiBE Friday, Stft.1,1MO-4
. Homestead and Mrs. Good'. and children Bob and Jim and evangelist\ who presetted in and chlMren, Larry and JulU
Mr Cook mother Mrs Eddie. i Homestead's Church or Christduring Ann, of Tallahassee spent lasl
niece, Mia Margaret Dellmgrr oNaranja ..... FrankLeOatt
Mrs Cecil Walker and ehll- were aorempejiM by
) returned, today from P. Cook, returned this to the sununer months, has week wile Mi.. Burton brews Walker -
; In and JlroundHomestead Shelby. N. C, where they ape*' ColumbuB, 0... Slier a ; el gen to TV*******, where. he will and ...-......w. Mr. and lira.CIIu. dies lIMa .her of Lake vWtln Worth Mrs, who WalkerM had I and Buy Edward '

1 the past two months vMtteg ret*. two weeks to I =: M.Mr attend heed Mrtea *si Coll**)* Mecaewy of Homeeeei.. parents Mr and Mr. C W l.il- ___ V 1 I
and friend. and continue Isle church work in I
Uve Ue were taILeD lu their hume MIKI. Jane Weeks of YSideals 1,
*. These" ....... ofQuak.hrehen 1'-- lad Ia Atehess. Mr. s4 Mr*. Oarisjis TjmasMl Monday by Mn Uttl and an- aa., has arrived in NMtMSMM to '
Mn O. A. Hallllift .bee rehses clews. Pa, who. opesd a ke.r ......... aHqhaUatamMtiy ether of .her daughters MN J. spend several days as the guest .'
December Mr, Beth Beott el<< Hoisjeaeaaelhas . tt YeuHS..awe. O.Homaenad ..
I ; from an extended visit Ja Canecticut lipa\ and U WUUama On the return trip of relatives Mr and Mn Robert .1'
4 1 sped the ausMncr Isi HeaneetMd I.. retwtwd from a vacation are sow pensaseet rwsdeale c. Mrs Utile and Mrs William Continued en Page BfjM) ,
r with her nephew! and niece, Mr. vMtlM hr brother .It and are tocetod ta
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tuec! and Mr*. Thos. A. Coates, returned I.-t Mtaa. Mr*. Soett I* the McConnell apwtment, IKJC. ..
James SotUl returned Mondayi Mm Dorothy Clements
I man of Mount Vernon N. Y, has to her NIna twe week teacher el III'MMrdal1teU InHomestead Sealed ave. Ourtac the past
to his desk la Homestead as ate ot the McCrory slot In I.
purchased the Jimmy Walk ago, and a week later was token High School five month the Tyre .have beer Marianna Spaghetti RestaurantC
president of South Dade Farms, Homestead has recovered sufficiently '
house at Sixth st. am ; to the .hospital fee an emergency living 'In Mia"" Mr. Tyre !I. ioosutrurtton
Inc, after month's vacation from her recent Illness to : .
i i : will move 'llIr\ew Boon ae the* I operation from whit ah* I II now Mrs. Mack Hard* and children worker. at RvergaMw
which he Mr BotW attend of 2
convention SATURDAY SKIT.
spent a McCrory I I WILL REOPEN ,
furniture arrives. Mr. "and NI'I.I recuperating;. Care,, Nancy and BueMy National PerkMr
Alaska. They went In Miami this week.
touring
( managers Tucel and their 11-year-old son, returned to Homestead Wednee- I U. S. lit Florida City
everywhere" Irt Alaska except Three weeks Miss Cements
ago
,. Fairbanks, Mr. Sottlle said lie I underwent an operation at University Neil are staying with Mr. and I Mn, Qulnnle Sherard returned :day' after spending the summer I and Mr. W. A. Klaaanr.
said lit was surprised te find that Hospital In Coral Gables Mr. Pat Tucd at Goulds mean I home Friday from visiting In In Miami at the horn of Mrs.HardeVs and children Loretta, BUI anc
daughter Gainesville and Fort Pierce with brother-in-law and sitter returned Tuesday from
while. Their It-year-old Bobby
J Juno, the capital b not ai big I 1
ai Homesteid.I Yates Eaker 01 *29 N. W. Wit Mary Ann, Is remaining I in I relatives Mr. and Mrs John Lewis !I' three-week vacation at a aa.
Mount Vernon to complete he aide hotel In Myrtle Beach, S. C
will be junior at Georgia
eve a
I Phone 471-M for Custom-liuuit
Tucel I,! ,
Mr.
high achool studies
I LL Kenneth Hawker, ear, now Tech this fall I ,
and throat specialist! at Peniacota who spent nine months here leiYale Mr. and Mrs. E. White entertained I :
naval air station, spent lad week Mrt. O. W. Calklni of SunnyGrow will be associated with 11I1'' as house guests G't't'I I
| with nil parents, Mr. and Mri. Nursery of Florida City brother In the growing and shipping the weekend Mr. and Mr II. 8.
ot Sea Clllf, N. J. Mn.I Sheet Metal Work .
i Edwin R Hawker of CouldsNew has returned home after a stay of produce This Store Will Be Tiffany
White and Mrs TUrany.e
of three months In Boons, N. C., .1
Mrs R. O Mrs. Robert A. Ballard made i roommate In colleg In Michigan
residents her are Mr. and when her daughter
Mrs Alvin Law and baby son Ward of Coral Gables, was at* business trip to J.rklonvlll'l Mr Tiffany I I. a top execullvi )
Wedneada for the American Air Lines in!
and returned "
Monday ]
State
I, 7 who cam her from Arabia tending the Appalachian Metal Storm Shutters
afternoon New York, and la looking arouni
where Mr Law served ai a Teachers College. Mrs Ward
q
South Dud with the Idea' or
I TWA pilot. H* Is now employed leaches In Miami. I
;;; ; CLOSEDAll
Mrt. Sue Smith and daughter finding a place to settle after bli Metal Louvres
at Homestead Field. Mrs. Law
Mr and Mrs J. It. Rutland and Suzanne, have returned from I retirement I
h a native of Cairo, Egypt, has been I
at Burlington VI., when
i United Stales two daughter Miss Ruth returned summer
In the
,Just
. \ months. Friday from a vacation of eight Mrs Smith attended the summaseslon I Mr and Mrs i. R Dorsey returned Ventilators '
weeks spent In Denver and other of the University of Vet DayLabor to Homestead Friday from .
j Mr and Mrs:Ferd flitter( moved western points. mont. They were accompanied iHomestead to. a two-werk vacation spent 1 In Kitchen IIOldll' -
by Mrs Smlth'igrandmother North Carolina. Georgia atu
this week to their new home on
b Mrs. Cora Robinson Washington D C
.1 Bauer dr. They have been livingIn Dr and Mrs. D. 0. Wolfenbarger j
1.; i i the D. W Calkins residence were recent viiitor In who will make her home Duct for airconditioningn
.1' 'In Florida City. .Havana.I with Her ion and dauxhter-ln- Day
". law, Dr. and Mrs C. F. Robinson I }' tems .
NOW
I I of Epmor dr. For several yean you cm buy. . i
the elder Mrs Robinson has beer
living at Burlington, but b before REPAIRS andACCESSORIES You name II : we can make it '
that she wss a resident of Homestead -
PROGRESS for a number ot years. I

1 Dr. and Mrs W. E. russet Mitchell Hardware Co. Inc. .. .oncnrcMACPUH' Redland

"have returned to their home on ,

I ...!) j a Coconut six-week Palm vacation dr, after In spendmi Virginia. "BtMMRH; H! GOOI Immediate Service I Mill I! & Sheet t Metal Works

.
-
David Ollva, New York pharmacist 131 N. Kromo.Ave, Phono 38:1:
returned Sunday to hli a, V)', 4lh . It HrabMrd llemMtead
Reasonable PricesWorkmanship
home her at 307 W. Mowry st. /II
where his parents Mr. and Mrs
Salvador Ollva\ reside.
Quality
The sdnc of mediclo agilost the s
enemy, disease sweeps forward on every Mr. and Mrs, H. C. MerriAm I,
returned from Massachusetts I
front Techniques of anesthesia, have improved have where both attended\ the summa ENGINE OVERHAUL en JENNINGS IS COMING

to make possible surgical procedures session *t Harvard University. e
denied to the practitioner 01 the twenties. '- BRAKE BtKMCIo :
v, Highly refined and specialized mechanical Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrett ,
i
aids, Including the x-ray, fluoroscope sad and their two children have arrived NoticeThe MOTOR Tl'NE-tT
f and are R
have skills from Chicago 0
electrocardiograph, sharpened diagnostic
settled In one of the
' Testing of the blood and urine reveal. more significant Bornecker temporarily apartments They plan r FRONT END ALIGNMENTTAINTING

facts to the physician than ever befor to build a home In Porvcnir e \

In support of the physician, the pharmaceutics! chemist ..t 0 OOlUnb e .I ',' .

continues to forge new chemical and biological weapons Mr. and Mrs Edward Kirbj;' feed fertlizer( ) and BODY ANn FENDED 2I.l.1a117e1tIx .
undersigne
and four children Constance ; RtPAIR .,
to fight disesse, Insulin for the management of diabeteinelUtus Alice, Thomas and Sarah, arrived ; faster"z
liver entrant for pernicious/ anemia sulfa( drugs, In Homestead Friday from Sara EAT COVlItSo 0: I+ i .,

and penicillin are cismples. Your physician and your sots to spend the week-end wilt agricultural supply -houses will\ be [ fdreS' -
pharmacist are alert to apply improved pre dues a* Mr. Klrby's parents Mr. and trriioi.HTi.niNaLimRICATION:
they become .... Mrs. Thomas E. Kirby. This wai : 0

AIR CONDITIONED/ is the only first six trip weeks for little old. Sarah..*who.. s' +.. -, .I", ti, '! h,. J4 ,KICoAT'NO 0roICELtINIZING ) : e d0t !

'
of Mrs. J. D, I ; ," rle
House guests
"Glades a '
Prescription Shop Roberts of Florida City lent week ClosedOn toy
were her sitter. Mrs E. T. Barnes. 0GENERAL
and niece, Mls IIOWARD JOHNSON Ph. 0. Memphis, who left for their o
I' N. Krome Ave. Phone 14
Mrs
home date on Sunday A C'01\trU:1C: BlIWrFRTOBUMPER -
Barnes and her daughter wen Labor SERVICE
not strangers In Florida City Day o
since they had visited there two BUDGET FLAN IF DFSIREIK-
f years ago I FAY AS YOU DRUE.WRECKER .
I o
Bob Roper. Homestead basketball SERVICE
oa KElir = A 200F star, will\ attend\ the University o
where he has afourvear
Florida
of
\ OUT basketball scholarshipBob J.'J.oum.ST J COAST FERTILIZER. CO.JLADK .
WORN lives with his grandmother,, Bird Chevrolet Co. 1fly

; WILL NEVER DO Mrs T. W. Roper whose roM-! (: & RKOVE SU1TLY CO. h I Ic
so I' dente I I. on Krom ave Ill N. Krom Ave :)
REPLACE IT WITH Homestead, II*. _,
Virgil Sprinkle was returned to
Phone II
A ROOF THAT'S NEW I his home on Roberts rd from HECTOR SUPPLY CO. . o
James Archer Smith Hospital this
22 Yearn Withchevrnlrt
week.
ABOUT TIME l' KILCOKB SEKI) CO.
s Constable Pet Morgan was
Ct j;' NAVE TES returned to his home on N. W,

Smith Fourth Hospital ave from this James week Archer WII, ON & TOMER FKKTIIJZKK: CO. iJ

-J RM 7y Medal
I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Cody
relumed Friday from a vacation L
I of two weeks spent at the Driftwood $24
For Your.Convenience We Hate Your Every Hotel In Vero Beach and s

In fishing at Clearwater and

IJuilding Need from 'A' to 'Z' I I Naples.Mr The Miami-Battle CreekFounded ] DOWN

.
d ; .. Add.e Pitts returned Saturday
: from a vacation spent at by John Harvey Kellogg, M.D. These features prove .
t A-AkbrshM Product N-NallaO Fall and Cincinnati.
Niagara
B-Builders' Hardware -Oik flooring I I I You Can't Match a

.P-ralnt I. I
C Cabinets Bprclallilnf In' clironledlM

::1 'D-Door* Q-Quality Millwork : Try Ua When You Need >se* surh _IllchBloed FRIGIDAIREelectric

t. Preiiere, llrarl
Exterior: PlywoodF a-Redw. Hiding A Haircut or
I aad Kidney Disease,
-Fr Framing Lumber Shelving' Tine Shave g e Obeilly. Arthritis sod range

.,i G-.Uyp .m rredoclaH.llardbMrd r-Threshold* a r IhmmalUm. CmacUtlon:
lUlrcul ___. '1St hr / Anemia Nervous Ekhaas-
(Mawalle) U-I'pwn Board Shave _. Nt I Ceek-Moslr Oven Clock a Flwerei<*nl Ceeklng.Tep
/ ties Dlgestlve'Dletarb. Control! lamp
r. I-Interior llnUh YVarnishramba Shanpa* (Medicated) IM { h ..r:.x aorta and Diabetes. Mi-Width Stereg Drawer a All-porcelain Inside end
; _._ '*>
W-Wood ShingesKKslty Fadal rack e large upper storage out
Mows ( Ula) 1St drawer a Acid-I.shtlnp, Per<*lo!.
,, nneL X-Xrellenl Melding Facial _._ 13* Cooking Top
I' Ce-BBbmatUs New Radlantube S-Speed
-Lumber Yardstick (Free) Teal' _ ._ M* The facilities of a well established medical institution arc offered for Unit cook falter than ever o Thrmlir Deepwellbefore :
examination treatments diets etcercises and sun bath. teeter J Jo
lee thorough physical and use leu current'
Medicine Cabin-la Z-Zippy' Servicei Mustache Trim -
.t ih Shampoo. (Plata) _, .*. Ing. ,Known as the Battle Creek System. All under the supervision of litre appliance outlet *>* *

well qualified physicians, nurses, dietitians and technicians..

, Come lilt, Ask skeet. all 10 new Mgldofr Ra,,gi,for l.50 ::1

I BUSH'S Write or phone for our Color Booklet and Rates


e I: BarbcrShop The 'l\1iami"\ attle Creek, .. MAJOR ELECTRIC

DeL L 4i Norman BrnsoaXEFBlCtBATOR
NItR011E AV_ :e e I Or.. City HaD r : REPAIRS Ir.

I 200 Parkway, Miami Springs, Fla. I'h. 88-2176 rerrla. fla. Pk Perria IU
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i eld, "I I Silence arfrrr urn ''...'.--
e-LBADER-ENTERPRlSE Friday, Sept. 1,1950
I from the Unl\er.ll of Miami in
June She served. as secretary of
I' "m 'MISS DORIS JUNE LEWIS BECOMES BRIDE : the Home Economics Club atwlfMff

I Social Events in South Dade . . I OF FIRST LIEUTENANT JAMBS C. SMITH in and.kott choir the Before Universitychorale graduation

she wu student assistant into
I In a ceremony marked by ilmftUctty pearl-embroidered tulle and carried I drama department and slope.
I ad attended only IDT I white BaVIe __red with. June continued on the stqffas ,
ANNE MeLANK AND JOHN )L BROWN J1L parted on a haoeymeon trip, I
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. relatives! Md dole friends, Miss tube rotes and centered with a ai. .rd cwetumer I
TAKE MARRIAGE VOWS IN CHURCH SUNDAY i with bride velvet wore trI"navy' Her"blue_evil_d ) j Dorli June Lewis, daughter. of I purple-throated orchid I Lieutenant Smith wai gradttt-. I
were navy and white and. Colonel and Mrs. R. L. Lewis ottit. The meld of honor WM gowned lied from O C. S., The Cavalry

Mlu Ann McLsne, daughter/ of taffeta picture hat, organdy Uned, oorsaae was a white eroMd. I. : Epmore delve, became the I In wMe embroidered' organdyover School,' Ft Riley Kan, In January
'S Mr ' bride fitter of First Lieutenant' blue Uffeta. She wore a I of I.... lie was Integrated in
and Mrs. W. E. McLsne of and pink net mltu. Her bouquet After September II they
819 8 Flagler eve" and John ...., was a light blue fan, centered be al home In Miami. James C. Smith, dm of Major Mid I picture hat with blue accents and the regular army In IIM6 andsaw '!'
J,. \ Mr* Cliff Smith of Atlanta carried a nosegay of carnations World War II combat service.
Blown son of Mr. and Mrs with pink carnations and blue The bride < I
Is
a graduate The vows were repeated at 11o'clock'in. showered with pink ribbons. with the elk Cavalry Croup In
John M. Brown of Coconut Palm atephanotis. Eicept for color, the Homestead High School and *
dr. the meaning In the For her daughter's wedding, Germany. His decorations Include
were united in marriage at ooetuiwf: of the four bridesmaids
the Flrtt Baptist Church of Homestead resembled. that of the maid of the Walsh School of au-ln :" nrt Baptist Church of Homestead Mr.. Lewis chose. a dress of aqua the Silver Star and the Purple 1
Science In school she r
high ,
at S o'clock Sunday after honor. Mill Lillian Moran of I I before an altar banked with linen with black accessories and Hesrt He has been an army aviator
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noon, Au,. 27. The Rev John IIWhltt I, Sanford and Miss Sylvia IWwardewon member secretary! of of the trie annuaT'etetf senior class palms, white chrysanthemums j a cortege of yellow roses Mrs. sines November of 1148 and ,_
and gladioli and Illuminated by Smith wore a black sheer dress la a graduate of the Airborne 's
,, pastor performed the : green and white, while Miss
a cheer leader. During the : I
double-ring ceremony Nancy Brown, curler of the bridegroom mer month sMt'! served ai I the tapers. In white candelabra at and a corsage of gardenias School at Fort Banning, Ga.
Three candelabra, each with : and Miss Mary Alice abut at First Baptist Church : either aide. The Rev John H.Whltt Following the ceremony: Colonel t'
to seven lighted, tapers, brought out I Simpson of Miami wore yellow Homestead.Mr pastor of the church and Mrs.. Lewis were hosts CANASTA CKOUP MilTS t
tho beauty of the yellow chrysanthemums : and white. Their fan bouquet. Brown It graduate I officiated. at a luncheon at the T.p-a.Winlo WITH Coo AND MIL TOOL
+ and white gladioli were centered: with flowers which RedUnd Rich School I and of : The bride wn given In marriage Inn The table was centered with A group of canasta players,
which were arranged In four tall matched their dresses, and their University of Florida. He Is by her father Her youngest the tiered wedding' cake dec who meet Informally now and
standards, and In baskets The mltu were white. i titter, Wllhelmtna wee maid of orated with white roses and then to devote an evening to IhU
I veteran of the U. S. Air
+ bawl of the church were marked The flower girl, Carolyn Beth-! and li South Florida honor. Larry Rafield of Miami topped with wedding bell. After popular game, met lost Saturday
with white satin bows, each centered ea, wore a ruffled white organdy sentative now of Armour I was but man, and Dill Vaught, the bride and bridegroom had night as gucrts of Col, end Mrs.H. .
with a cluster of yellowchrysanthemums. frock white mitts and a head- Co. also of Miami was usher Mia cut the first piece the cake was M Pool at their residence on I
: drone shaped like tho bride's Margaret Ann Turner served Morganlit. served by Miss Eulslle Olnn. King-man rd.
Music before the ceremony was tiara Her banket wen a wee organdy Mr, and Mra. Harvey Rue I When they return from a trip The gucsU Included .. and.
provided by Stanley Wlttkop parasol. The ring bearer, a buffet supper at their The bride *#as lovely In a through the eastern states. Lieutenant Mrs. Francis B. Lincoln, Mr. and
who sang "The Sweetest Story Billy Dethea wore a white suit IM) N, W. IMh: at. on Aug. street length dreu fashioned of and Mrs. Smith will resideat M..... Louis Abbott, Mr and Mrs.
Ever Told" and "0 Promise Me." and carried I the rings on a heurtnhaped In honor of the young . white nylon dotted with white Fort Knox, Ky.* where he will John DcRanei Storey, Mr. ancTMrs.
Ills accompaniment was playedby lore pillow which mstchrd 1 The doiorotiotii were flowers velvet and made with Sort bertha attend the Armored'Officers. . A. VT. Dorian, Mr. and Mrs
Mr*. M. C. Lawrence, church the bride's dress paste) tints, and plates and collar and short sleeves. She wore Advanced Course Edward L, Summcrfctt. and ten
The bride's mother. Mrs Melee klns were adorned with a halo-hat of white organdy and Mrs Smith received her Bach-' Dan KJngrnaii,
organtt.The _._
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wore dully tone crepe With bolls.
bride entered on the arm
navy blue em-work's and a ror- The other gunits present
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of her father who lave her In
loge of while purple-liplml ar Mr. and Mrs Paul hue, Mr. < !'
marriage!! The best man was Harvey chits A similar corsage was worn M.... Richard Hirkson, Mr. l |
Rue, brother-in-law of the by Mrs Drown mother of tile Mrs Calvin Wood Mini !
bridegroom: flroomnmi'n were I bride-groom, who wore pmitc-l blue Moran, Mua Juljrne Mock, V-I Webber &( Wollam Fabric
Richard Hickaon, Blair Hlckson, HomNlne crepe with accemorlrs Illrkson and Jamas Drown. Sjo"
Calvin\ Wood and John Darker a In while .
cousin of the bridegroomThe After the ceremony: a reception W'-.I.IAM
bride's blonde beauty wan was held at the Mi Lane home '' HENRY I r
enhanced by her long trained where a color scheme of yellow" MISS VIRGINIA i
gown of Imported Chantilly, (tare and white was carried nut In the '
over taffeta Its simple liner floral decorations and In the re- Invites youth visit.its new store ;, formed! fitted ladles, portrait frcnhment William Henry Fnmyth, 11. I
/ course Mrs Ilaney ; fl:
neckline and long pointed slrevei Rue, slilor nf the bridegroom, and Miami mid lili bride. the I I three doors south) of
with button trim. The yoke wee Mrs. RUhnrd Hkksnn cut the Miss. Virginia Uo Wood\ of I '
sheer, and the wide pleated wedding rake which was made! ami nnd lluffnln. have I, Mowry St., at ,
flounce which trimmed the full from their honeymoon" trip
In three tiers and decorated In pl'I:
this week visited the bi' .
of net Her fin
skirt was nylon yellow and white Punch wee I '
J mother, Mrs. L E. Foriyth
le.Up1'11 of Illunlon full from served by Mrs Calvin Wood,
M a tl.'hl'h was edged with I Mn Robert Morgan Mr*. Morgan Florida City a (
orange, blossoms. She ware a llodti and Mrs. Hurry The bride Is a graduate 5 SOUTH KROME AVE,
strand of pearls, a gift from thebridegroom I Hlnhnp, Mine Joncphlne Acrurslo Bethany College. where she .
; and carried a heart- had charge of the bride's teak member of Zeta Tou \
shaped bouquet of slrphnnolli One room was act snide fur displaying lororlt,. Former quarters of Jefferson Store, '
and white. |iurple-llpjied orchid. I the many wedding gifts The bridegroom wee !
The mold of honor, Mm Jolyna on tablet draped In yellow and ated from HomeKtcsd HlRh
Mix, wore I drtsi of white or. white and from the University. of F !
gaudy over pink taffeta a pink When the young couple dew Ida where he war a ,
of Delta Tou Delta : ; ;
.1.1Mlrl1e's Linn lie Is employed by Eastern I

The following account( of I FREE - Frl.andSaUScpt.l&2FREE
wedding is reprinted from a :
Beauty) Shop falo newipiper: [ !
"The marriage of Miss
School Girl Dress
Lee Wood daughter of Mr LengthsWith
233 S. Flagler Ave.
Mr. Albeit C. Wood of .
Oaklnnd Ilace, Buffalo, N '
to Mr. William Henry ' I :
) / each purchase of $2 or more
II, son of Mn. Lesley E ; I I
UUill.Reopena of Florida City and the late \

m? .l.' ... *<. ,.". ., fftrsyth, took plioa.at,tSQ<|,CI'qI| I *! S
Saturday afternoon Aug. 12, '

Tuesday\ Sept. Fifth the"The home Rev of the Jesie bride's Simonson I I j e .I I

the Niagara Fiilll Church
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,Christ, cousin of the bride,
MlltTLE BARNFATIIIR r\lONE\ teT ; ,elated before the fireplace :
I wee banked with white I
and ferns. ,I
IT'S '
"Given In marriage by 1 .
father, the bride wore a gown .
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MRt." OTIIF.I.IA REDO : .

Prebyterian Nursey School ENTERTAINS: CLASS :' p

M rR. Othclla Redd I ,:r
I the Dorcas Class of First BAUtT080L

and Kindergarten Church Mr. at Homer her homo Davis on, AUR'. |

appointed Mn. T. E. Kirby '
September I. list hire. Hen Swllley to serve ss : 'l;
nominating committee '
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will be elected! at the Sept the
NON-DENOMINATIONAL INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION meeting at the home Of Mrs I / '
S. Elliott, set for
Fnloylng Mn, Redd'if. ho .
Small Classes Transportation provided.Acm jchool with everything they r I

2/' -G years. 8:30-10:30: :: A. M. ' ..
of clothes. .
need in the way

OPEN HOUSE-Sept. 1, 5, G-9 to 12 A. M. You'll find interested courBoys' Gene Autry .

'R apgyrtitea 1tY. i
Fer Information! Mrs II. C. Merriam TeL lli-J tesy in addition to fair value' Jeans

44 WCKIMINATINGYOUNG and low price.Colorful t

Small in waist, long in length, "

miewf ., with zipper front in sanfor F r
A few of the full course dinners ," r ,
Boys end youths with on eye for "
ized fast colors
or
'served at r style "go" tot imorl, colorful 6JJ'/:::
SrsMGrOOt SOX. Mothers with on
1
eye for thrift and convenience $2.39Genuine -
like ihelr dam-free wear Chose ( .

The Lobster Houseu L a complete wardrobe SrMCK from our> wide Sot iS P U. S. Ked

f v new oitortmefit. r ..- : -
L. The shoe of champions. A

must for all toys.
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Chicken Noodle Soup Chilled Tomato or Orange Juice, rlj L'

Shrimp CocktaiL Levis Gladiator...., 3.45 up
Tomato and, Lettuce or Chert Salad :Bowl with French

or Thousand Island Dre Ing. Basket Ball.. ... $4.95 up
from of the West A
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN,... ,. ., .,.,..__|US Knit Shirts out
new pair free if they rip.
SEA FOOD FLATTER

?(Fillet. Supper Shrimp Lobster" Se.UeasTH!) _$US that wash and wash. Nit fad$3.95 .

FRESH CIIOFFED STEAK with fried eakua ,!,,,,,_?._$LllU '1) f._ .rMe a er pe4 ee. Ing or shrinking. Priced from .

BROILED FLORIDA MACEREL.--..,,: <..._.f UtJf terser, corer-rue I y II- "
I tr W lt., per, lt., ek ad I I.O0. t.t eat ell( $1.50 .,
Vegetables (Choice ot Two) b .'0>' ,

__ Hot Roll* and Butter .;::; .
Iced Tea or Coffee T
Strawberry Short Cake ar Ice Cream v .
Jim Sharp Clothiers
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aTCCIAL CUILDUX FLAT SI S. Kreana Are. ...... tI, :
., w': ::,
Fried Chlckta with two vegetables. , !,? :. ','Ie Jim ,Sharp Clothiers :: ; ;

rot Roast .f Beef ,? , t7k 4 .- R

!fried Shrimp -. ., 7e [JENNINGS IS COMING 32 fi: Krome Ave, Homestead Phone 487 I


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FISH FRY IS FEATURE OF FAMILY REUNION

I I AT HOME OF MR.!\ AND MRS C. W. LITTLE I T CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING E II 'eo NiMble w11a i5/1RIr1. I

JENNINGS IS COMING G., MtsetlUneouaPATCKINO.I Jf ..", ...,turn....

Mr. and *s C. W. Little eon and daughter-in-law. Mr. (
gave MM laftw. Uttat taMfltvtotlaw '" ... _..."......u....'....6 .
a amUf. OaMrr. at MMir 'hams sad MM (..i.iI

Saturday ...... flesh for UM, fecal chitdrsa. ; ,their.....eau and and Mn.1IMIIh.Cha. _ I PLATY' Won I We bur sell and trade gun and

had ben caught! that day by **. lAth s, Jr., of Miami and son ....... ...... Par sale: All .marietta. .t WMCM..' psVsrltesd. FnwH ....x. PhMT ... .Mate. of all kind' Httft, It 8KfWM.
men of UM family flaking. In twoFlesent CherVat; their awi-ln-lew and For jit.;; bees, ITS per 100 Beach "4. (all-tt! )) HtMM l3.. (l4tf)

dwlhter, Mr. and Mr.*. VertanSlaamore T.wet Kuraery, Ins. (mltM)
........ Mr and Mn. and tnte" ) eMMren; and ........................4 cM
Theta
Wi buy altlaold. rfcf*
Little ware: their ICWI-In-I. their daughter Mrs Cecil Walker Run watebea, Me. BtU'a, II S. Kroma,
and) daughter Mr. Mid Mi* J. L. of Lake Worth and her four your eyes ref rnt-Twe-btdroom !houM. For sale: KI IS We- Williams and four children; their children.FIGURINE Kpmw dr. and Xedland M '.n. pneumatic lift lor

these buys! / W II. Douglas. (II)) International' Model-A tracts Wrecker Service te.......................
I EXHIBIT TO HE HELD SKIT.: &9 over Ph. Mi-R-l Boi 165 (Owl) Wanted .


IN NEW QUARTERS OF FLOWERS{ IY AGNESIn Upstairs for rent at >mom eta Ill S. Kr .* Act ............ ...........4
n
Ly or ai two I-room apartment
POKER PUMPS, MOwnlWoodm.n.
the new shop of Flower bJ Mid "and U now a part of thi Hat has frlgldalre gas $40 M Phone 789 Want.d-tvmNla for total or-

Acne at 1220 N. Krome II..., ai" achool )'.tem', recreation pro month for tumrner Each I-rooir. .. Water Pump Mower. cheetra. Call Chap. llelger. Ph.
ipt. 120. Mr, Maud Chandler Mowmaiter Power
exhibit of figurines will be l1eld< gram. l' Silver Palm dr.. tnd hove W. olTrnn. Priced tight Liberal term Night sad Sunla- ro. du)

Sept S and 9, Friday .and Sat Untreated figurine made In rd. Ph. ..,-1.-.. d25tf]) REDLAND FEED ft SUPPLY I'beae 111.
today of.next week, announce. Miami will be on dlrptay. Phone T&I-J WORK WANTED FEMALE-

Mr. W, B. Cavta.
Furnished downstairs apt UiihU, Experienced accounting., general .
Everyone In the dlttrlct I I. Invited MRS. SEATS GIVES PAtTy $1745
water free. Ph. SSI-R-I. Mn office work, some typing.
to view the exhibit, and .11. FOR JIMMY WATSON:' r. J. Six. (.al-ll, For suet! McCormlck-Dcerlni 0-. T. my radio customer!. My Radio Call til HomMteaJ., for ..ppolnt.ment. .

who' do to figurine bring finishing their work are Invited lot Mr*. Then. \Howard Seats o' 1918 Oldsmobile! 4-door sedan A truly fine powerful type tractor.excellent Small mechanlrall compact;", shop will be closed Sept S to (ptl)
tl. Open ai usual thereafter. Bob
exhibit, says Mra. Cave,, plonce III N. W. 13th tt gave a birthday In condition. New white wall loud rubber takeoff Pti
Monday afternoon loa car new Desk spate In round floor offln power Brook, Florida City Ph. 614-W.
party
teacher stead 'Tinlshirg of the craft figurine In Home ha I I \little James Riley Watson whc tires, paint and plastic seat covers. Also available In center: of Nome 406-M-X (sill) (*>!> Shal't'l'l'CIflfM'r| ( tor "pine land well
stead business district Phoni70S.R. located 8. D. Bohrer Ph.
has with Mr.
made his home and
become a popular hobby, alv Mr. Seat for the pail 16 month equipped with Hydramatic drive. (U,14-28)',) ................ .. .......... S.4-J-1. (e 6ll)

There were four candle on the For Ic-leal{ Estate Some vacation aren't. feasible. e
big green, pink and white birth
for the whole family. Out whereto
bathronir
I day cake which wa served with I-room apartment with If..... .. ......... leave the children Redd's 1
DO Ice cream and punch. The favor! $1540 and elertrle lights Avillabli ,
Mr O. r.
May I. Mr*. Clara Barber. 8Redlind Hotel It the place.
were pink novelty baikrt fillet alit,) On acre, scarified and plowH RmM, prop. 8J W. Mowry ., Ph. Benson! Electric Services
rd.
with pink, green and white 1919 Ford 2-loor custom deluxe I wdan. Black 2-room CDS hou", 1000 fee 112. Deference. ()J28)Oneril )) Radio & Refrigerators'

candy ............ .. went of hwy, near PrlnretnnIIBDO. .
IIiI High light of the party to Jim. paint, white wall tires and other essen- .... .. .. -- Write Itt I, Box 443, Ml Prlnrelan. Ph. 44*

my wa his opening of the gifts t tial accessories. This car has the For SDJe-Mlst't'Uanl'OUS Iml, Fl*. (pal)) repairing, caifientry
The guests were Bert Smith .
I Manila Ann Kanyz, Paula Cox economical 6-cylinder engine ..... ............... ............. lerlni masonry Free'work ettlmate painting(,ireNotlage.

Eyleen' Bourne, Phylll Bourne For tale: 40 acre high pine, good Ph. S6I-R. (.18-! 8)) 1I0T14 I PNnaaNYITrolla" NAM'
and Chuck McCartney, Elizabeth AFRICAN VIOLETS New, for avocado, mango of lime. .... to ........I.A el.,wNet. .a that. ,l lie yoke.I.4 .
and Suds Plttman sent gift. named varletie. Mn Fred Call 443-J-l or 463-R-4. (JUlf) ... hn.l_ ....... .1Ie Clot.It. .
Pint .
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S aia.d . .._ ?' lI --.4 II. el N.
$995 ft Waldln dr.
Fuch. Robert rd. .
Rlehb, al N.a..l"rI I. Pl. i.k.1
T 060aan KONSKY :; ,4 ., | .It. se.i ..iiM
? ( ttpFor ) .a. 'i
rk.e
,. rja,. t ...97f PAUL JRMAS t..11. c.,.,a 01 HA. 1.....,,,.'. P1.44.,
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 19.16 Chevrolet 4koor! sedan. New tires and Save On I I.MIIIY ('A.TU.IIUN .

GaL/2.07 of 93S N. A in .... 2 door sedan Alas List Your Property I and WledtormINSURANCE n.IaAAI..... M
I Mr* Paul Koncky paint. perfect light car every M! I94J Tear Fire (Aur -, *>,*. < I. ,II. t'W>
W. Otto ave, lave a party Tuesday 193t Ford t-dnor amiss. Doth
'e r"arN" Made I afternoon in honor of the respect. In good coiiililloii: throughout.ReiKtniibly We Have BuyersSEE
eighth birthday anniversary of priced See Jess MeCailln -

in Florida I her eon Paul, Jr. She was asilstcd Roberta rd.. 1 block south Tarouih IhU MUTUAL CI'119011 5
her daughter, Katherine, of Avocado dr., I block went of THIS 2-bedronm home In Aienrr
I I obY' : the prize to the I $495 Kromo. (.1)) excellent NORTHEAST lu ca.

Kill every kind of household winner In three content, BettyJo lion. Large living room U'x-: John II. Hale, Agency Herman Marks\
Insect from andfly to corplon.. I Lee Marie Paraon June 1911 Buick 4-door super sedan. In perfect :r with fireplace, Paneled
Calloher, Sandra Konuky, Wesley PtANTS-Nlce gardenia, Sr; iln- den. Outdoor barbecut Doautlful Illl I N. Fedrral Acenrylltmrctead
,I HECTOR SITPLY; 37 CO. Camber and Billy Morris. condition. New paint and interior* has lie red hlblicu, 29; thrytlln, palm and landiciped Phone! Ill
Ilomeiteid
I CAMP BKANDENBtRQ A large birthday cake, Ice been reconditioned with new upholstering llki; monsters, 3k; large: grafted setting ONLY t7tOO. Term., .
I cream and punch were served to hybrid hibiscus 7Se. Redlind4unery

norli City the 21 children present. on doors. and Landscape Co, Ten- 1-bedroomCBS home!,erreened 3au1di pump, tale and wrvlca.

ones rd. ml. N. of( Silver porch living room, dining SILVER PALM SERVICE Silver -

MRS W. D. CORER Palm (..1)rvMPl0.000 ) room, kitchen, bath. Separate Palm dr It Newton rd. Ph.
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Inc. 1'I. T. E. U HOSTESS !-car .It.... Lot 7J' x 139. U2-W-1. ()JOtt)
Brooks I I $450 $1.000 caih down payment
| The T E. L. clan of First alp gal per hr. I mo, with $47 monthly FHA pay

I list Church met yesterday with 1911 Pontiac 4-door sedan 6-cylinde'r en. old 1820-ft. S-ln. dip Joint ment Homestead Cuss Co.-<31aa* tot
I Mn. W. D. Coker at Coker'i Imlnum pipe. Ten No. 40 rain- I lU purposes I We do iteel lash

\ fishing camp for an all,- ll gine. Good condition. I bird held, fittings, etc. All In J-bedroom CBS, living room, Ratine and gluing of aU type I
....Ion. A covered-dish: (luncheon I perfect condition.: Phone Home separate dining room break 11 N. W. Sod ., Phone 173.
Oldest Completely was enjoyed. dead 747-W-l. ('1)) fait room, kitchen I large

bedroom and tiled bath Front
Equipped GroveCaretakers MRS CItAVEY HOSTESS These cars all carry our usual 90daywarranty and back porches. Beautifully PAINTING and DECORATING
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1 TO FIDEUS CLASS and we use G. M.\ A. C. finance plan 1. POWER MOWERS I wit-pro landiraped 100' x 103' corner Interior and exterior. McLean.flJOM
tlOO, 1l.r..I. TII-R. (I J31))
I palled Carl Cutlor. lot Price IIS.DOO. "
I Mr.. Earl Oravey was hoitesi. .. Craftsman reel mower,, I
t te the ridclls Hail of First Baptist 179.. Both In excellent: condition: bedroom house on lot 100 ft Lawn mower rental and 4'4'rlr'w

Church of Homestead Thursday Ph. 780-M-J. (29)) x I 190 n. Price $I 0,500. SILVER PALM SERVICE.pllr'l

afternoon, and Mr. A. D. ver Pain. dr. It Newton "
Smith presented the program I J-bedroom CBS furnlihed. on 9B2-W-I. (JIlt)
: P, 0. BOX SInOMESTEAD. Sandwiches, cookie and limead Bthck1YZ PontiacPreston I
TOTAL PRICE await'
We BuyBurlap W acre A lowly bMket al H"
. FLA. were Mrved by the hostess. 8900. Term SEE ALEX LANIER for well ti M in sspeuslon.5( ioea.
Phone ,.-* Other present were Mrs. Bagsand i drilling N. L King Highway, will trots pubue iplrltwt local
George McConnell, Mr*. W. B. MATURE 40-acr AVOCADO wixh.nu U rw have >hool ba-
Ph. 131f1Export
Cave, Mr S. B. Attaway, Mr* Cotton Rags I grove, with BO large linden tome eftia *4. loot Wb e* Is,
L. B. FlUhugh, Mr*. H. O. Pope lug mile *r* a MW Yolh.r.have
We aba. reeeadlUea end mango. 049,000. n and Mr*. George D. McConnell. B. Bird Motor Co.
I Stakes.
SwMl
. sell them. watch and Jewelry repairIng mar jail become
I MATURE 20-acr AVOCADO All work guaranteed.! Nell'. Tlwrtl nothing I* bur. We

ESTAVERLONGMOTORS JUNIOR PRACTICE CHOIR ON DEPT TO RESUME I South Krome Ave at 5th St. Phone 484 II A.B.C. BAG CO. grove $27,900. 19 S. Krome. Phone 118. (oU-tf) east or obUolion.hM urns Arrange Call yet trmive r

whale
Horttt
W.lcom*wagon
INC.Ilomflle. The Junior choir of Sacred 9H& N. W. 5th Ave., roll RENT: LARGE PACK. piton, I M ll* f
... Pus, Heart Church will start rehearsals INO HOUSE on railroad aid HARDEN-Hauling, landicaplni
In the church Saturday Sept. Miami lug 100 ft X 79O ft. Suitable topaoll potting loll land rock Welcome Wagon

Authorized 9, announce Mia Cecilia Ollva\ ,, P.one II.IUI for any type flange fill. Ph. 24I-R. Write Rt S. not $
director M-A, homestead $.Iw(01Ca10A0N10tulANlIJ?
DODGE-mnODTH rem COMPL1STB REAL
Mn. Geraldine Champney
The executive board of the CONCRETE[ BLOCKS .0 sizes ESTATE SERVICE IN i fh. 15'." Hameateal
Parts Service Presbyterian Women! of the DANGER Brure't Block Co, Naranja, Fri WANT ADS PAY
I Church will meet In the education Phone S73.NOTKI RICHARD FUCHS
s. Fluter-Ph. FRt building of the church at 3.19: Beware of contaminated food and water Registered Broker I 1----

t Thursday Sept. 7. because of power failure due to ur ArunTION ro* TASIIKKO |oh. If. IUk and Fare Betas
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('....." '''II-A.' .. ., IMIHI Registered Saleimen LAND SURVEYING

'TO GROVE OWNERS and GROWERS: HURRICANESEMERGENCr / |R .Hf.HhH* :AIMIIVOTIPB G1VRM ('ho. 111* N. rPtl.ralllwr.
M., L. s.ug.ni.. k...M.r of o'au.ir Tn P.O. Box 583
W"U C.rtltlr. ... Mo 1 IUM .WooIt.. till. Phone 315 Hugh F. Duvul I
Have you anyAVOCADOS lif of M.,. A. 1>. INS .... hug. MUM Member of Chimberof
,* mt "'(,..... ..4 ku m.4. .mll....iloiiCmHInU Everett W. ShulcrPhene
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GENERATORS FOR SALE. ........
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MAJOR ELECTRICNorman ,......... REGISTERED
\ Rothman Produce Co. Tile __t of ..14 ..._, n....
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Bonded by the State De partment of Apiculture Benson Perrine, Fla. I.Untm(II MM Mx._II....... lull. !W l..
Kll N. W. M SU Miami Items Ph. H-UM a.d iiMriln/ M l I.... .... pee.ty
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N.,. Can,tt K._ dune .. UMIrM Good Health
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Drive-In Seminole TheatreTWO K. a. l.rATllKHMAN. s Plumbing Fttlare
Breezeway Clrrk. of Clue: IIWM :
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SHOWS DAILY T and I P. M. PMB Na.' 171SATURDAY Iran Con a..l your Individual requirements.
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ass SUNDAY eentbiMM t till II.AaiJtai
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tale, lit Twelve* Stew StaHa ,:.. .U..I. Meal. Ski Matlaaa (till I a, M.). tie.ChlUrant MASSAGE} General and Corrective
Offti Oftm :
M er lea, N| tea to twelve, I4.. (Tai InclDdeC)
x i .....* Tfcmea Tadayt "Mark at UM GarUla and Inc. CABINET BATHS: Steam and Vapor
; 'OaHeart af Black Mea.* Giffen Industries
; j Last Times Today: "GUNFIGHTER" COLONIC IRRIGATION: Modern equipment

I 'SATURDAY: Sepi S
I ALLEN Tlocky* LANE: and his Stallion BLACK JACK In SATURDAY, ..... t-DMble Featare Program WE OFFER A SAFE SENSIBLE REDUCING PLAN: IJ. I

"GUNMEN OF ABILENE"ft. TIM HOLT RICHARD MARTIN NOREEN NASH In I Roofing of All KindsPouredinPlace .. '

L Also JOHN ELDERIDOE:, DOROTHY PATRICK. "STORM OVER WYOMING"And
Gypsum Decks J. C. Rinnie K. Simpson
J "LONELYRHEARTSS. BANDITS". JOHN MILES. PATRICIA WHITE In Simpson

) "TilE TATOOED STRANGER" Cement Tile Manufacturing I,, RegMr4 Maaaew RegMerH Muteue

1' 81.1WDAYaM MONDAY Sept. I.' Appointment Only. Phone 11t1-W.
By
\ 1-4 Solar Water Heaters
RANDOLPH SCOTT DOROTHY MALONE FORREST SUNDAY and MONDAY. Seat I J
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MARSHALL U
, : TUCKER In GEORGE MONTGOMERY BRENDA
f THE NEVADIAN" (Color by Technicolor) "TilE IROQUOIS TRAIL"Added e Sheet Metal Work

.\\i\\ "LOVE AT FIRST BITE. : Candy, Cartee sad Path New.
Also
1. : Insulation

l' Cart sad*.>* sad WEDNESDAY.News Added.T11RDAY Bert. 5-I BARBARA TTESDAY STANWYCK sad WEDNESDAY.WALTER Seal HUSTON.-.. In e Acoustical Materials 'f Ede L Branam's Funeral Home ] ,

(: ;i FRED A3TAIR, VERA-ELLEN. -FED" IKELTON. "THE FURIES" Air Conditioning SUCCESSOE TO TUmNIfS .

"r a ARLENE DAHL hi Aide Carte**. ........ Stleate Ambulance .
THREE LITTLE WORDS"At Fan Ventilation r " 24-Hour. Oxygen-Equipped
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f I ei SELECTED SOOBT SCTUBCTS. THURSDAY sad FRIDAY. Real ,-t Air-COnditioned Chapel

THURSDAY aarf FRIDAY. ...*. ,-. ALAN ADD WANDA HENDRIX .* rrDtWa'' '
BRODERICK CRAWFORD. ELLEN; DREW.JOHN I 'CAPTAIN CAREY U. S. A"Aided I Cremation
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In : Pacemaker Panaaeut New I Cablet '
IRELAND 271 Aragon Ave, Coral .

CARGO TO CAPETOWN ANN OWYNNE la I C;tJ., TvrWay ad Wednesday Se'4. It-It "FATHER OT' $51 4-1652 48-3421 ]Phone 270 Homestead, FIe.t '
L 1 Alao ROBERT LOWERY. INC." THE BRIDIT.wills tftmttr Tne,. Ellaabeth Tarter.V . Phones.! 4-1 . . I ..
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..... ifehn Sdweoaer end M 1.1IftM1 Ads h their Sews, III lout ef IMsif. hen That U the i ft-LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Sept. 11 1950 I II
TRUTH CRUSADE I brother, (Hem, wile MM with CM**., where they will open purpose of this' column-to help -----
their parmta, Mr. end ..... Mil several I YOU get mart out at 111* In this I /
IN AND AROUND Schroeder ta ftr..Vi City, left enegNUe wonderful Land of Flowers
ABOUT AMERICA / ,
Saturday for a vMt with relatives E. A. Richardson has returned I FE.mln/ni[ We hope that you will lean I HinU to housewives

HOMESTEAD In Atlanta and Chicago They. from a trip to Natchei, M..... something new ovary work from Reliable
will return the lattee of this ,
TO BE LAUNCHED part feminine Florida You'll find that
month. Mr. and Mr*. Melvln Wayne there. ls much to Item about Critic rraakfiricn, VII_
I and daughters, Anne Florence and FLORIDA I II Florida; evan native Floridians aad BMMI
Jacksonville, Aug. II-(FNS)- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moor of Mary WRIt of Springfield K,,, do not realize' the ronunoc and a frankfurter
A mighty campaign of "Truth (Continued from Page Five) Miami and children spent Sunday arrived Monday to spend theI I fascination of their home aUU. S thin strips AmertNui cheese Radio Repairs.
About America" the "Crusade Simmons and their children, Rodney here with Mr. R. C. Moon The I week with relatives In the fled .,..........DORI6 DANtL Although Tenslnlna Florida- la I slices bacon
and Yvonne, at their! homeon children, Susan and Johnny, remained land area Mrs. Wayne .la a nl ese written expressly for the ladies,
for Freedom will be
'I lnugurated < Avocado alt and Tennessee to spend the week. of John M. Brown and also o'l l the man of the house will find Cut frankfurters la half lengthwise -
on Labor Day, Sept .. II rd. Mrs; Ernest Nelll. and the Wsynei much to Interact him also. lath Arrange on broiler rack. Backed by ,,
will bt a campaign In which Mr. and Mrs C. R. Cutterldge 111been visiting with both One of the most Interesting and weeks to some. we'll bring you|I I Place a drip of cheese and 1 15 of experience
every Individual citizen may par Mrs. Ernest Eby and grandson, and son, Clarence, Jr., who came f lmill... notable things about Florida Is helpful Information about spots site bacon on each frankfurter. yean ;
tlctpat! Ronnie Anhwcll, returned Tuesday here last week to attend the that almost\ everything about livIng of Interest to you and your family i Insert broiler pan and rack so
Harold Cole, executive vice- to their homes In Cincinnati McLane-Brown wedding, remained I Mrs. Lee Freed and her daughter in our "Empire In the Sun"Is throughout the state; the car I the bacon Is t Inches from the Your RCA Victor ,''
prealdent of the Florida 6UU fur a visit here with Mrs !b)"'. several days Jonger visiting Mrs. John Lewis, returned different. Anyone who spends and preparation of native Florida heat Broil until bacon la lightly
mother, Mrs. S. F. Fitch: and friends and fishing, and departed -Monday from a visit In Daytona any time here, sooner or later foods; many answers to house 1 browned and cheese ls melted
Chamber of Commerce, has been
reallrei\ that life In Florida Is and
Radio Television
{ brother-in-law and sister, Mr. for their home Four
named chairman of the Crusade Wednesday I Beech hold problems such as the t'OM i servingsBaas
and Mrs A. L. Lanler. I In Auburndale, Florida While unique. There's something about trol of Insects and mildewHindw I ,
D.
for Florida by General Lucius
this wonderful state of ours that
here house of Dealer "
they were guests won't forget to keep
Clay, American military governor Mrs Henry Crewdson returned! Mr and Mrs John M. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Chlpley brings about a feeling of happiness to-dat on Florida fashions you and up. Potatoes
In Germany during the Berlin from Barranqullla, Colombia I I and their three children, Sandra,. serenity and peace But '
the trends in household furnish
who It national Bacon curls with potato patties!
airlift, serving
at I Tuesday and loft next day for Mrs. Marcus Boulware of Rock Irvine and Rene, returned SaturI this very some uniqueness brings togs, I For the curia, cut strips of baconIn
chairman. i her summer home In Beach Hill S. C:, and two dullhten.1Llbb. ]I, day night from two months spent about other changes In our lives Dodd Radio & Appliance
not roll, fasten with
Symbol of the crusade U a Why start a "Feminine half loosely
Haven, N. J. She plant to returnto and Marcla, were recent In Bennettsvllle, S. C, while 1 Mr.Chlpley The climatic conditions create
greet new Freedom Bell, eight operated his tomato cln.nln problems In housing conditions, "orldl"rlpbook'- You'll find toothpicks and slowly panbrolL 117 N. Ktomi
Homestead month Phone
In six Iii
a or guesta of Mrs Boulwsre's brother I i I
feet high and weighing ten tons, that your acrapbook will be of When cooked remove the toothpicks
weeks Mr Crewdson who la and sister-in-law! Mr. end Mrs, plant at nearby Tsturn. clothing, care of akin and hair;
That great help In simplifying and the curls on
This that bran World the Under Inicrlptlon Cod,, Shall factory supervising In Barranquills the Installation, plans of to a Olin P. Wright. .............-................... and hold any questions number that of small arise. house Thereare I 'design' for living" In Florida your I the platter arrange with the patties I

Hay a New Birth of Freedom remain there for another six Mr and Mrl. David Fredrick JAMES ARCHER SMITH hundreds of foods native to
I paraphrase of Lincoln' wordiat months, left Homestead Tuesday for their HOSPITAL NEWS Florida, yet the average newcomer I .J'

The Gettysburg Freedom Dell will be dedicated o.................................. to the Sunshine /Slate overlooks j,
delicious treats simply '
many
In Inspiring ceremonies behind because there are so few I I Two More Days Today and Tomorrow-
the Iron Curtain In Berlin, THOUSANDS of SATISFIED Births cookbooks that are devoted to the
as a tribute 1 to those who today To Mr. and Mrs Andrew Bum- preparation of these foods. For I
are. giving their lives In the aide of Homestead, a daughter on a long time there. has been a need '' at the Old Stand 115 N. Krome Ave. Then' .
(for human freedom. It ACCLAIM AUR. 24.
struggle USERS for more emphasis on Florida ,
will Und also *1 a permanentsymbol To Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bishop living and how to get the most '
of the free world's determination of llomc'tead, son on Aug. 28. I
to triumph over To Mr and Mrs Raymond '
totalitarian tyranny and oppression .I Robert of. Homestead!, a son on NOTKK or Am, NATION; FOB I 't
wherever they appear on &er/b/ Aug. 29. TAX IIKMI' -,
.. .
To Mr. and Mrs, Clarence PITY N inn \
earth. Noun. I. Mnhy sot J wt.h A. i
All men, women and childrenIn Ixiunnbury .Homestead, t son Hamilton, O,rar l' Io.* and Want .
will 20. (X Mraihrr, h,"M.ni ai a*>l nM atrlur 1
Florida and the notion on Aug.
of .Miami; Tat rtlMcal.. Num. Tuesday We OpenIn
be urged to sign a Freedom Scroll) .herd. ,11\ reaffirming their personal "beliefIn Patients A. 0. Kit, ha. Chad mid lrtirimbIII > I
a free world This Declaration oal Surgery-Mrs,, Hubert Smith, mr las nfflr dwd. .to end k-u. has. thanon.waA..epilnuoefor I. .,........ I I.nn '.,
reads follows: Kobcrt Milliard Homestead wllh I law Maid C 1irinl mbrar I
of Freedom at I
Medical-Misa Emma Jean Rives, let full''wine I dwrrlhnl/ pr.nty, alluaM
j "I 1 believe In the sacredness i I Mrs Robert Gentner, Mrs. A. B. In Tnirt Ilida Cminty.A" 14 H Aeraa rM".mnrr lo-wlt, nr, 1 lima, i: Our New Store w:
and dUnlty of the individual Home Mrs Joseph Griffin, Miss, HrrntwiiMl. Rr.U..l, flat ftwA. 44, ,!
P... a. lii tna nf Iof I
city Miami. Countr<< !
Patricia Ann Home, William .. .
) sun
Dai nf FloridaIK
believe that all men derive
I ._......, ,
f mid ands
Koon Edward McCall, Homestead The prnpoort
right to freedom equally .. .......
the OrllltMW<< "laud woo In tht
God, ; Mrs Cooper Hays, Goulds; of Unknown. Unlna sold Crtlflral' atoll' 4.iI
t. from Mrs. Charles Harvey, Naranja; b* Ndirnw4 awiirdlni I" law, kn dead '
1 pledge to resist aiSre! .slon I Edward Dibble, Princeton Mrs will .sew Hwnwn. nn Ui. eta day at
; BrntrKbrr. A, I), IBKI.. ,
: and earth tyranny wbever they appearon I Marvin Carson, Miami. UI lI.toolhll>G. Ind day of August A. D. 1216 N. Krome Ave.

IPA F. R. LKHTMKRMAN.. '
v I well-known professor '
A ',. .
( .k hf Cln-ult fniirt.Dad
I am proud to enllM 1 In theCrusade I Conner e1nio.lNy I
: I came to teach In an American *
,
for Freedom.I N 0. STtKRETTCltfull : !: "
I IY university. When he plugged In ( Court BV.IIAiw. '.
am proud to help make the I -- the portable radio he had brought ( 4. II. IS. It Snt. I. that
freedom Bill po'ill ie, to be a ( with him his little girl, Chat*I
Inner of this Declaration of I Iia malne, listened; with amazement: 1 tAi 'y,"
Freedom, to hare my name Included "Father," she tried, "listen how I ("f\ThatY 1
as e permanent part of quickly the radio learned to '
the Freedom Shrine In Berlin WtJII'Fx speak nglisht"-Ex, I 'I WOLLAM Ec KENDRICKHomestead's .
and to join with million of men
I
and women throughout the world I
who hold the cause of freedom 4
sacred," No wonder thay call : : Home-owned Grocery. Phone 67
\ JENNINGS IS COMINGNUGREEK
it BIGGEST SUCCESS I
Airs Dcltz Takes Course
IN PAINT !
For Credit WorkersViolet TODAY / ,

R. Delta, office manager mr-rRIMINO! WALL.FIX ,
t of the Credit Bwwiu.'\ of Ho n*. prunes stall end| (uUibt* is) lilt I *' *
e stead, ha. Just returned from the Swift operation: Benson Electric Se"J .. Henson Electric Has :-1 ; ' '* > :
These Achic.vcute
I Credit Bureau and Merchants ONE COAT COVERS moil wYa wd nna ws rep Radios & Refrigerator "Crowning' ' "
Association Management Institute any interior Suffice , even the 1 Philco A pphanccsrrlneC'ton.
held at the University of North molt poem Nothing bran an Princeton, Ph. UI ,
Carolina In Chapel Hill. oil baud paint, for hiding ponce Ph. tel 1/
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Sponsored Jointly by the university and long wealWASHASItI I I

the Associated Credit WALL.FIX pro
Bureaus of North Carolina, Associated prevldeaafinishthateanbewashed r ,
Credit Bureaus of the and thoroughly by following .
8Quthr t and Associated Credit a few simple dirtctioni., pwn.r PdMd wee p'e

Pureaua of America, the Institute NO MUSH MARKtl Trouble-
It held annually to give I further 'free WALL-FIX teams no ovrr.I. -
professional training, taps. color variation, spottmi. Read Qu Pont
"While many of the courses are Sons "beginner) let splendid yMJd
'refresher' courses to an experienced reiultil
CO SOfrhe d
manager," said Lee Dona RLADY.MIXED Nothing to fncfvd! "SlnimefSpwd11
hue, owner-mnnnRcr of the Credit add. . no water, no meityHitting. Isle n8 D EE' -
Bureau of Homestead "there are WALL-FIX comes At b"swd JON
also iedy foe brush or applicator! b e tya ESf e
a great many subject whichare
entirely new-In fields such DRIES QUICKLY I Paint i &Vt,, *! a' vj i;'ftmttEt COMPOUND Top Burners
la 'human relation, applied pay to u.t In the morning . move hid Aeh.. .y
chology, aaleimanshlp, public Latk the very Mme. evening i ) 0s1 y, wA4 a / I k+' 4% Nitrogen : Fertilizer

speaking, advertising, Job Improvement I hA I ;
methods, and community
development. Subject .
matter la so condensed as to give II SOIUBLC UAtH-RESISTANT CONCfNTRAtED II ill t m O ;:>el ; 1 1i
I concentrated dose of learningIn

just a short time GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY CO. I i


Homestead Princeton I SPREAD IT on the ground for top- Jtoragi

a 'X,, II R. W, tad ilL P. o. Pox in dressing your crops. Quickly avail-

Phone 18 Phones ITS and III l! able to the plants, yet resists leachingby 1 I III '
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li I
I .... 1 Ibs. nitrogen in a ton, saves work ''Serv-Hof

i and time in handling.

VENTilATED Broiler GrillPcrmalystra Automatic

Vlgfcrs
I i SPRAY IT on the leaves for fertilizing .

I avocados and citrus. Saves labor

i : Just apply it in regular sprays of Automatic OvenrAnteflea's

AWNING SThIIUTTERStII II IIr I j( pest control chemicals. Safe on 1 ,

+ III I i leaves, when used as directed. Won't

equipment
corrode clog
I I or spray
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Ii i I Will protect you from lun.I I in clear weather and from rain and i t


i. wind when the storms come. Made of tough extruded aluminum,

j attractively painted. J Florida East Coast

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i Other storm shutter built to your requirements in masonite and I _* Finest: Gas Range"


I i f redwood or masonite and aluminum. . Fertilizer Jlaaatadvtn at Co. _


BRAND FERTILIZE11S"
y "UEDLAND


rtxa U IlIMT fWDCEN. )In. UwM.lea4l.Fla.

J Geo. N. McHugh Contractor' i '


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DOLL NURSERIESU. 4

i Krome Are. ; Hoiestetd 761I i Nanii of Wall ,
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