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: October 6, 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: VID00733
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISEThe 7




Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper\ Since 1912 ,


39th Year No.40 -.i if"ESTEAD. FLORIDA FRIDAY,OCTOBER 6. 1950 Price 6 Cant








'60-A. Super SeniorHi::'; Site Under Option <: :!












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to Be Drawn DINNER HAILS C. of HcfrrbhrocnU C. Election Slated Liter "WHITE WAYFORKROMETO Ac FKVA Leaders Parley Attend at i Ilmh $400,000 SCHOOL TO BE HALFWAY 1


five director at large will be Agricultural men of the district
elected at the annual membership are attending the three-day '
CAREER MAN AS meeting of Redland Diatrlc' seventh annual convention el the BETWEEN PRESENT PLANTSOF

Chamber of Commerce] at 8 Florida Fruit and Vegetable
o'clock! Wednesday night In the Association' which closes at noon
For Use of Recreation chamber building. today In Miami Beech
HOMESTEAD AND REDLAND
POASTMASTERSeventyfour 1 After the election, officers will N R' CITY LIMIT Wednesday FFVA Chairman

be chosen by the new director! (Luther L. Chandler of Gouldi
and the president of the lied reported on the "trilateral quotaIgreement
land DistrliTi civic and veteran between'nerlda, Cuba 1'
Youth CenterA peraonr attended organisations, who are director Inrlatlallon of modern mercury and Mexico submitted for consideration THE WKATHEIl An opllop on M acres of i46
Area of a testimonial dinner for A. V under the charter adopted lut lights on SO-foot steel poles the by the International "em-a pin and glade land bo TenhMse .
ww.ww.u .v flt.Da' M usemeeee
Phillip, newly-appointed port fear by the chamber full length of Krome ace, and Trade Organization now In con.ferenc enwe.wa -. .,,m.a4. ....... H. at Waldln. dr. hat been
master of Homestead liven under Refreshments will be served .
.sutnlrM at th* Rcdland llt.trlct on riflgler ace from the northern .%, at Torquay., 14 speakers 1nI.nd.'Y..rdl1. : were '. Maul lMia.t .... 111.1' taken by the county Mkool) board

Chamber ;;,Commerce In city limit to S. W. fourth at heard on production parking and Sept2S.__._ ,87 Tl 2983 002 ai lit* for the proponed $400.000 ,

tentative lease on city recreational I File on Legislation Parkway Restaurant Wednesday BUDGET BOARD way approved Monday night by marketing problem, and loclal Sept.29... ....,..S7 TS 2113 Oil consolidated IlorQertead-Redlan4 I''

facilities for use of th* Available at C of C even Inf. the.city council, menu Induded a buffet dinner Sept.10.. .. .It 1111 2989 1,1" senior high school. 1

Tropical 'Youth Center will be Postal cfflcUli. from Miami,,, At outlined By Utilities Super. 'fashion .show, and dinner dance. Del l .. 87 89' 2899 An option for purchiM of the l''
drawn up at a conference of youth A current file. on flat andnational .when Phillips was a poit office STUDIES ENDING Intendrnt Ho/don W, Iv.,. theoriginal After a foul business session this Oct I. .I. Tl 2987 018 40 acre of high pine I.nd.t i
1 legislation li availableat employe more than fifteen yean) plan provided that the' morning, the convention will clue* Oct. J 80 71 2992 P2U .
center and council committee: the Redland District Chamber before coming to Homestead ai UTILITIES TAX lights be Installed only aa far at noon. .Ott 4. . .87 89 29 T8 187 $200 M acre ,we* obtained **y.
for submission to the city council of Commerce office, report Mis Militant postmaster were prevent) north a* 15th at. on Krome eve -- ---- enl, month ago from John P. *

the council decided Monday Cecilia! Oliva, secretary In force From the tenor of their A suggestion by Councilman CarlS. N.ify of Farm LU r*. Nllf.'I''
night. The chamber li socking a pub- remark, It yea evident that they The possibility of revoking the Anderson that they be extended -, Collection Depot) for Stray Animals sec had sold the to 'tcrw of ad.
Wm. Musselwhlte chairman of lic uplntcd donor to provide it well ai other were there not city utilities tax will be {fcwuMered > to the northern city limit on land"t''
the council committee, reportedthat stamps for outgoing mall of the only I to pay tribute to the new by the city budget board Krome was approved. Planned to Work With Humane Society Joining? glade 'rati M. ,

the city would'endorse and chamber, the aya.V I postmaiter's record of efficiencyand and finance Chairman E. R King The present light on Krome Sprinkle of' Robert rd, from 4
establish the youth canto I progress but also to celebrate asked whom the school 1'board obtainedan
help to Monday night, King that and Flaglrr will be removed to Plant far .establishment of a find homes for strays. Persons.
In event iti promoter would : the third appointment of I careerman the board meet with hlAi't" determine Inadequately lighted: residentialartaa option Wednesday $300 an
modify some of their plan He CITY BEGINS I to I postmasteriMp In Dade whether the fate on I Long range plan provide ihtllu her for dray animal are' wish who io have obtain animals lt" are to, asked pla'lIt t.. Ian.
that the permit the County line Rep. George Smathen for being worked out by Dr. J. W'DeMllly
suggested city I lights, water bottled gee andtelephone : proper lighting of all thereldenhai rail Mr Carton whose t.l..pho..enum"'r According to the
Weafsey, two
to erect building on park I wee elected to congress two service ended I and 1 J
center fan bej < sertlonn", Ivey aald. Jr. Homestead I b 178M.STUDENT.
property and grant the centersixmonth ,ISSUANCE OF yeah age/ King submitted for ground Coat of labor and material for Police Chief W. F Brantley for ..- -- -- tract are part of 180 acre h*
lease on the Iwlnvming "We have reached a milestone consideration with no irernm the new lighting was estimated consideration of the city council bought In 1830 from Mr*. Fleda

pool end the ball park with CARl STICKERSAutomobile In government when the appointment "mendations" a report showing at $10.000 by Ivey. Need for the shelter la pointedout LOAN Hughes of Missed whop husband
renewal option He said, that the of career men to postmistemhlpa that in April more than $424 Upon Ivey1 auggeitlon, Robert by Brantley who report that rectlvtd i homestead grant to the
committee la not averse to the lends( to became an ttUbllihed worth of light and water were DrasweU. employee of the city at least 1,000 animals tack year property from President\ Tall.Neetuey l
elt,'. acquiring the two acre In Inspections for the policy," Mid Postoffke! furnished free to churche, the light end water plant, war namedcity are picked up her by the Human FUND PROJECT later .*M portloM of the
Civic Center Addition offend by city issuance of safety, stickers (Continued en Par Two) Redland District Chamber *f wiring inspector. Ivev pointed Society of Greater Miami land to Steve TrumbuO and NIsn -

1. W English for a rrty hall tit*, wall begin .heretoday. announcesPoIWChief Commerce, the Future.FarmerClubhouse out that Draiwelt could serve The society, which operates a* I Smiley wh. have developed
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111 it cenpe.Irttdso0t. ." \ ; nttey. SKJSII-: CASTINGLESSONS the Homettmi Wo in the Inspector' capacity about donated fund, t'lnno.ftlr4.f1J': OF ROTARY. CLUB ,
Attomtu7/ftlvrtteV P. Adair, WvrTBr, man' Clue; etc. He 'pointed) mil tw* tun*! .weev M X added, >M.n4ftrip.here"" but will' all i reset eehod ales 'oh: ,, fcrI '
ordffTance l *
representing the .center objected Under th* city any that, at this rate the free utili tional cost to thf city: for the anlinali. When the shelter tie south sideof Waldtn dr, and \'
that the .hort-te m lease would duly licensed garage li authorized GIVEN tie are costing the city more than The October Increase In tin li filled to rapacity, Brantle A student loan fund will bon < the east side of Temwa-s rd,

cripple the) organization'' plan to lest muffler steering 19.000 a yon withholding tax plus the rising says. of Homestead notary Club'. ar located at approximately. the I
for a community program for mechanism brakes, horn, windshield King reported that approximately cost of living may make It necea.lary More than a fenred-ln enclo- project this year, President Ab half-way mark between. Horn.
adult and children. He acid "a wiper llghti, etc. for a FREE THURSDAYS $17,7SJ of.the $37,000 clg to hike salaries In eider to mire U needed a* a collection seep Cox announced at the club stead and Redland. '
alx-month Ipaa I II almost month- 5O-c.>nt fee After hit car panel aret tax may be pad by the city keep efficient light and] water centtr for the drays Us promoter meeting Wednesday noon In Dearrlbed a* "a blcycl rid*

to-month tenancy". Inspection, the applicant may obtain Public Instruction In ikl h to retire some.! $71,000 worth of employee from transferring to .* bellev Tentative plans call Parkway Restaurant Loans will from each school", the area Isalready il
In a proposed three-way swap a lately sticker upon payment rating will be provided without outstanding coupon certificates. higher paid war work warned for feeding, facllltle. and I ihittef b* mad to deserving high school served by bums from
the recently charted youth center .of 29 cent at the city charge by members of Redland now available at about 2J cent. Walter Weiss, light and water equipped for the care of sick graduate of the Redland District each achool
V>uld nav*"* acquired! the city clerk' office Sportsmen's Club on Thursday on the dollar. Action wee deferred committeeman The budget board and well! animal who aspire to a college educationbut A* outlined In the original.
,wlmmln, pool, bill park, tennis l City councilmen said Monday evening of 'each week at the until the next meeting composed. of Weiss, E. E. King Until the animal car project Is need a little more financialaid plant of Ute school board the
court and ,trailer park in ,exChange night that obtaining the itickertli municipal tennis court Tackle Upon recommendation of II. L and J T. Godwin wa asked to established, Mrs A. C. Kudos Of' to: make It poimlble o..latbwill present Redland< and Homestead

tor the English Cite voluntary, ai the! ordinance also will be provided free. Children Brandenburg, the council voted study the possibility of Increases.! Bauer *tr, has offered to try to be announced later he laid high school plants would b* used ,
Approval. of a youth center doer not provide penalties for ftcrwrlMllv fen invited In to accept the bid of Anchor Fence i I The speaker at Wodnetda'amft'tln for )Junior high school! i ,
least wa*)'Voiced in a letter from non-compliance. Co. for enclosing the city pat C was Mr, Rohert llallard '
the Homeatead '811'OptlmlJlClub\ I them at 8 o'clock.meeting* which will begin and ball ground and the light Limit Catches, or Have Them I Limited, of Homestead, whoa hobby ti f'

which had opposed the 'swap", plant. The fence was obtained al I Ii collecting antique furniture, She it-.
The aklah court ws opened by LOCALSCHOOL
A lease, rather than the swap $71,000VORTII$ \ the club Tuesday night. Despite cost for $8,000; with one-lhird to Everglades Park Anglers, Arc Warned became a collector at IT, the
pie favored by the Redland District caah the balance In her
accumulated -
rainy weather, IS member. of the be paid and laid when alto pent ,
Chamber of Commerce In one and two year*. It li to be -1 allowance of alx dollar for IS SELECTEDFOR
club hand. Angler In National Hid "This but
were on Everglade Is not.sport commercial
at recent board IS .. second
official action a OF BUILDING enthudatiakish erected by city .mploy.es.EmploYll1f'nt .. .U. love Mat In a
described
A. fey Park water must fishing and will be
and aM by the Home- of volunt.BrJl'1 and little whirlater :
meeting a aeparatr band store a
I II casting with light fluting limit their catches or a bag limit lamed al such," I
lead Rotary Club.GARBAGE bookkeeper for the city light and I I wa offered $70 for It by an W' SURVEY
OKAYED BY CITY tackle ouch. a* Is I ordinarily uxedIn will be net by the park 11'1'\I1"1" It li pointed out that the art-, II
(Continued Page Eight collector. She decided
lilt'w.ter: on antique
f..h..nd plug catt Superintendent Dan Beard announced ting of bag limit on ill flan
ing. A fiv-elghth-ounce weight I yesterday To prenervigood ,I caught In the Flamingo and' It wa worth that to aomront Homestead, ) trhoot I* one of
TAX Seventy-one thousand dollar li substituted for the artificial fishing and to protect I'' Shark \RIver area li apt to have else the love seat wa worth the 21)) In Florida eWted' by the j''
worth of building permit were bait used In orthodox casting. NO CROP QUOTA breeding grounds from exploitation I a disastrous effect on the charter more to her Southern AI.u...' of Secondi'_'I
BILLS; GO OUT"Pay approved Monday night by the Sklsh li laid to have gained In the service has been forced \ boat I business In these eras A piece of furniture or clothing Cry Schools and Colleges for anew -
Homestead city council popularity faster than any other I to Mt limit In every other na iI I I. not an antique unless It wee experimental survey, report
POTATOESSEEN
FOR Mallard
R. J. Clark received a permit sport since basketball and la or.ganised lineal park he explained] Will I made before 1130, lairs Principal E. B. BI. burn.
In advance" will be the for four CBS buildings on N. W. on I national bad wltIt'IUM "Some fishermen make a pray aald. The date wai act by act "Naturally. w* ,*r* pleased atlee
policy for collection of the garbage Eighth it at a coat of $5.100 throughout the country.' MS YEARNo tic1 of catching hundred of fist I State Meeting in Orlando (Continued on Page Eight) honor of being-chosen from
tax. the city council de-| each; R. O. Center, $12,000 CBS One of the primary reasons for and selling them to pay the ekpenae ---- -- among the 300 schools In the i i
tided Monday night The rtrcectary residence 414 N. 'W. 20th it.; Mr. Its popularity I la that It ia an all- of the fishing trip," Beard Grady Lofton and Edw. TU- Estavcfiivcn Watch state, "Blackburn ..y'. "Miami (
time to act up the collection . Cold, $10,000 CBS residence I ; family aport-some of the most potato- acreage quotas have aide are delegitei of Florida City As Term of Office Ends Jackson High School Is the Jth.r
proiram will defer enforcement n tt. W. Sixth it.; a O. Barber, proficient caster are in their been announced for this aeason, Klwanli Club to the four-day Dad County eghool..eletlnLY/
until Nov. I, It wa agreed, but 19,500 CBS residence 1233 N.' early terns! 1 according to local growers who SERVICES HELD KM convention of the Florid George Entaver head of EiUverlxmg The aawciatlo* hrwi of four
postcard bill will be mailed out W. First ave., and $9,300 CBS The annual national tournament, are expecting to have a free handIn Klwanli District to begin Saturday Motor of Homestead, In the United SlsW set up>>
for the month of October. reildcnce, 82 N. W. nth it.; was held July 4-7 at University' planting their crop. Walter In Orlando Alternate are war presented with I handsome accrediting schools Its chairmanll
After being "permanently Proton B. Bird, $2,600 garage, of Miami with more than 200 Peterson Could grower, estl FOR GAS VICTIM Alonto Lewis and Glenn Schroadir. gold wrlat watch by member of l Dr. Med. Stone of Tallahasseewho
tabled" due to public protest, the ES N. E. 18th at.; Bamboo Tavern competing mate planting of some 6,50 the Riviera Country Club when directed an valuation of
controversial tax wa revived and f 1,500 remodeling: R. G. acres approximately that of last MRS. ANDERSONFuneral A program of music was presented h* retired a* Its president at the thfrJIomeatead. and the Rettlm*I "
passed by the council over the 3ray, $800 garage, 1020 N. E. TOWN TAX BOARD BITS year. .t>y Stanley Wlttkop vocalist annual meeting held last week In schools In 1949. ..
veto of Mayor S. E. Livingston. first ave.; Ceo. W. Smith $750 The Florida City Council will Farmer arc busy now treatinglad t. and Mri. Wlttkop, pianist, at.tIh. Coral Gable
The levy provide a monthly) canopy: 242 N. E. Flrat ave.; Oulf alt a* a I board>> of tax equalisation potatoei to kill disease and services were conducts club'l ladle night dinner At the end of Estaver's term Uons to View McKee'a\
charge of 11.00 for residence and Dll' Co, two BSO-fallon fuel on' Tuesday, Wednesday and preparing the glades for the start her Tuesday for Mrs Ruth Sept 21 In Club Embassy More the club treasury was richer by Treasure Film
$2.00 or 14.00 for businesses. ank. $400 W. Mowry it Thursday, night of next week. of planting around Nov. I. Frazeur Anderson wife of Chief than 60 were present $11,000 than when h* took off lee. TuesddJ-

Petty Officer Harry Anderson of The nwrl III.his recovery
New London, Conn., who Wit of lunken treasure will be shown
Lest We asphyxiated in New London 150 "Jump Gun" to Turn Out Sunday Tuesday night ...Itd1.nciaa..

I Forget Annie Jlla hew Fitzpatrick Sept. 28, by gas from her kitchen New Park bleb Wong duo' Jif1' Diver" Art
. . By U stove. For Ball Game, Play at McKee who will jiva hlgbllgjjj/

According to her familyher*. t of the Mpedttlon. ThrWarner-

A* far a* t remember Aunty I They. passed the Urn of day probably all of five or six year arrival!, Aunt,'. accustomed can a reconstruction of the tragedyled On*} ,hundred fifty on Sunday day working crew keep an eye Path news reel. ."Florida Underwater
never fancied herself much of. and assured him the Froriep old. Pulling hlmielf together he caught the sound of a wagon and! to the belief that her) death enjoyed) the facUttlM. of Bryan' on things, Lucerne says and volunteer Triur Hunt", recently. -
However proph.-I place was on to the north and sated, "Jli anyone teen a maoa?" bone coming from the north. was accidental. Mrs.. Anderson Edward: Memorial Park not yet I Kiwanlan are on hand forth was shown Miami.
soothsayer.. one that he could not mill it If h* They assured him they had and She told the youngster hisfather 38, was born In Homestead and officially and witnessed I Sunday. crowds !n six hours on the ,bottom
e,. she mad came true to the 1 followed the traiL coaxed him to real and tell lets. was probably on the wagon had lived her until four years grudge game open between the! Florida The park I is sponsored by the Sunday, McK** and Wesley

letter. It happened thusly, If( was Any newcomer was good for a ator)'. He (aid hla father had ten with Mr. Froriepe for we ago.Funeral City and the HomesUwJ midget,I Florid City Klwanla Club and Bradley made the first discovery
I winter morning and ai uu'I'' whole d.,'. conversation, and off him at the atatlon to wait with knew Mr. Froriep would never services were conducted Softball team the town council (Continued on Page Two)
and on they discussed him and the luggage Until he went out and! allow a newcomer to try to make In the First BaptIst Churchof
the
they were out looking over With a tally of >1'-', Florida
surmised where he cam from found their friend the return trip on foot. Homestead by the Rev. John HuntM
avian mange tree to,, lee If anew and wondered whit homestead h* Naturally: the father did not Bur enough It wa al also said. H. Whltt pastor, and burial wai City more than evened the prove Dr. and Mrs\ J. A. Smith Will
the -1 licking administeredby
lear had unfolded or U some was thinking of filing on and all know the condition here and the, They stopped and Introduction In Palm Cemetery. Nannja under -: for. "
presuming bug or' worm had the other thin,. that they usually. usual direction you tot for a were In order and all the myaterietj direction of Ed w. L. llran.m'l eel Horn bra *On.***Th! at teams the Kldi wilt play Day Big Game in South American Jungles B

taken up residence when a man wanted to know about any new. platt was. ntlcht MMrt ,that 'a of whence they had come Pallbearer were 3. L %alp.
o'clock each
at >
earn alone the road. tomer.s.w11. way end a .long look after thesecond and what tract they hoped to get A. E. Smith A. D. Smith. Earl .t the park
Lee. Willard Lewis and D. H. Sunday and challenge any tothcr I Dr. and Mrs. I. A Smith left Height of the doctor fcmbltlon
There wa but on road then, hour later they heard turn" or something to that were cleared up. Manager .
team in the area, report to bag'a tapir but h* will try
end it went right& by their door a bond like a ehtld'i voice. He, effect. Aunt,'* prophecy! wan. "That Delllnger! Jr. < Camn by Pan American Clipper Saturday wild
Herman Lucern also for I Jaguar beer,
and to What U now Redland wee not crying but nil voice hada The intle boy had become boy will .Jnak a floe upstanding In addition to her husband. to spend a month bunting
teemed to of,walling. One and have citizen If settle her*." She Mrs Anderson leave: tWQ lORI, mil b*, booked by telephoning puma, deer and peacock In Con I IItit'l.
toed Every newcomer distinct quality lonely someone must you eIteaclll2I-X-W. big In Costa Rica, Guatemala -
LIfeemt) at HOft game In Honduras, lit hopes aadd
the went out that he walk little admired his courage U atartlng Mats Alfonao. Jr, USN. who la I
sort of loa heart after making Of aunts to see I suggested a
the turn there and nine out of whit It Maid be. Panthers were way down the one and only trail out by himself to hunt .his father stationed In Portland. M*. and Thf tomplet Installation of an lOci Honduras A* in Uftfall'i a Cher. leopard and bear
.i tea stopped to ask If they were supposed to make a aound like) leading out of town to the) homeHeading and In controlling his trying and Oscar Alfonso of Miami: two playground equipment II I reported safari In South Africa. $to' his
Mr Smith will take moving pie.sore. For the past eight the
For years
wanted tofind Phena, Rout and/Any ,. by. Lucerne. picnicker
I what he laughters, .
her
en the right road as If there wen I child crying but they traveledonly slur, never thinking be telling .
Alfonso of Miami her .mother, water and toilet f rWU... benchen -, at tbt.trip.. Smalls have icons de4eig game
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any other. This man wa unmistakably at night.In would go on and en. out '
from the North. He was the front path stood a I don't remember "Vbrlho, or That'cMM' WM .Frits Itu>*:e fix Or* Fraxrur of HonxftlMd; and tall* .f. available, ando The'Smith hnpn't bring bark hunting txpftlltton&.ivfor* liulyenrl
Sta will be 'Intuited alloolf'laI I rare pecinvnt! to 111111In/ the South Afrienn trip they
drewrd In I winter lull and over. pocket edition of the morning'spasserby lOt tJw1 r persuaded tom- to come and you CM Judge foe yourselves and two listen,, Mm. Coo Pitt .
caretaker ,U appointed. Atpresent will of the trophy room In their bunted in the |Mrthyet ra f
foretelluujproved of HosnetUad and Mrs? Oerlrwl i
coat end he wee red of face and complete M to over indoor or :if lee wanted anything now well her States sn4 :
member ....k4 home at Ml N. Krom .ve. United
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AU persplrLog freely. coat even and red ,.,. H* Will I to eel.. .ut. oot too long afar hi* to be ****. Alton of Key West .the Canadau

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nut Palm dr.. end lit! ataaon Win Homeetoad'I II ,2-LEADER.ENTBRPRISB, Friday Oct. 6, 19M! -11 :
A. BLP DIES 1 ..Crane'g Otton Opew DINNER Foreign ; and Thursday Meeting Date I I .
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j they lived In a C r Roblpain I I City CMincilmej., 1. T Oodwln !
apartment and operated It Store 'In Marks Bldf.i (Continued from hale One) ... aarael E Kb* Advocated for S eutaM I I I I acttvltlea and ortlMnly .j jI mere appointed (o 'plan t'r' wNlnual
ON VISIT NORtH Olade Grocery during the IlkiA : 'i t. emit f field meet The
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C aaa, epeaWlsly1n' ) lafelwctor Mv**** Hattrte of' nrlEtf atferfedT to Phillip ev aJ'it ( .
I or Ito ewsarlsnasry T ...... min dm. ****. It a Mkimi., UM mat who cracked the I iMdcntUp In getting Homeitogfa''I Tbllalday ...'< esa 'eoeerh.: I se / __ that the A,. V. court of review was lilt for Tuei- i
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I \ Blue of .Hemeaload died : blade PlOw, that fern opined recently. Alum Karpta. NIt Mr the pat I (botieea ,.iwtrntored *o the Mir ..... MMKfloJal, *a>* for.1 Phillip stamp c llortlon will be'I jdar. Oct e, at 7'BO o'rlO<'k 'IPMometAead
QfrrporaJ IH, W. M.. In IN Mark* Mr department .to INS end' would be etfcjlble. for mall d1 *- warded' for one year0 the PriabyWruui' Church e
!1.1111\0)\ night. lo. Ford City Pnm At Station in Germany ldteg by --Wllrt..* Crane, M* laIn ,... mentioned In .recent Sat i II+try' !11M IU Bneetkng W Boy ScwiU of troop whose members have' won | with, Troop 3 M holt group
the home ol a daughter Mn i the opera.. of the urdojr Evening: Port article for hli kntav h# worked because I. Navajo Nattan at a teedenI II the mod merit badge at .!.*,j. It was announced that Jim
Wf'fldt'lifel Mr. Blue who Wulcv January ion of Mr*. Mare by his daughter, Mitt pert In HlvInt. .%.000 Kentucky .I worked Mght alongatd. .Mm. n.i.1 i|I i Pm hid been III line My, sod Mrs | Merle January of Homestead hl HM Jan Crane. who wee n..l. mall robbery Such Ing nuauer: to the houses." Mid I rive) The concenau wa that rated t>J Boy Scout headquarter ?D
Blue left fur tile north thro. been promoted In _portal ih lit uated. from Homestead 'I r official uniform outfitter. end
i. policy U t big Incentive to poet the VTW commander At the adoption of a itardard night will Scout Committeemen Louis a* Usrse
week MO Mr Blue I I. expectedto U R army of occupation In Oer-. Sftbool lilt June. office !I delr
employees"Postmaster I the '
lime o( tiwmbermg Phillip and Paul
Hirrli
result In fewer Poole James +
conflict between s
return lo make /her! horn here
many.January's
I Mr, end Mri Crane. their'I Sun Valller of wa VFW ommander and thai i iI l -- ------ .
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For year company recently Ii d.bg Mar and ton, Joseph 11, Miami war the tint.. career man I pMt 'itlid* the numbering apieett. : I H
Blue mad horn In the "
their C 1 icesfirst "' 1MIt\ a firing con e been realdenu. of HomeMad (aaalitant. pottmaiter) ) Other ipriken told of'' '.
recommended UrXAQLU
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t' PatUraon r*'ldenc* on Coco bb y the Full OlvKkmf I '
, for more than a year. ForSerly by Emither> for ap the pilnataklng are with which
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-- f.pr6dbl'Glttr In Chic** poInlll\tftl In Dade County, Port. Po tmatr Phillip prepared 1
. Jo,': Mr Lane farmed her lul matter. Prod Fuchi, Jr. of Na-I map tit finally won city de-' CLEARANCE !
tII'"r' ;J rana, at the time color clerk |liner her* last year They told I I
r* -..-- of thai orfic*.*.** thearcond AU I afro, of)!Homeitead. becoming a:
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City, _Library Gets Old tbnw sVallie! e, Fuchr and Phil.I first class port otfloe within the.,: .
Packing House RecordsWhen Dpi were' recommended by, pat year.
Smathen within ( period of six Volunteering from the floor,
pioneer farmer' trucked month., I Auguitu Wynn spoke on behalf i
their tomatoes Into the Homestead. v.lllf'ro.' speaking after In.i'i'of fellow employees of the poit :
Orowen' Aaaoclalloo packing pector Hettrlck' : said he could' lie called attention' to the Used Electric Ranges, ,
houa In Ills they little dreamed testify from long iwoclaUon with fact Ufat the Homeitead' poet 'J
that their tranwctiont/would! be Phillip in the Miami port office office under Phllllpi had been
'ONE preserved for poaterltyr Q that Homeitead' new portmai- warded an efficiency' grade of '
A Etc.
S MONTH An account book oJ.ho aao> ter knows the post office business' B' per cent'. twice and 100 percent : Floor Model (New) Gas Ranges, :

FOR 6 MONTHS : elation, discovered sftej35yeen from bottom to top and bark once < ,
In an unuaued ...In. He, also, stressed' the Importance Phllllpi later announced that'', aI
CI AT NO EXTRA CHARGE council table, was declared' by of the trend to putting he had received' a telegram this I a
: the city council: Monday night career mm instead of politician week confirming appointment of Late '
"the property of the city of In poitmiiterthlpi. W'nr1 .ikHlitint postmaster of I i
Home! teed' end ordered placed I II Homeittad. In accordance with a TPOOO i iI
Other Miami portal employeescalled
upon In Llfj recommendation Lawrence Bow of library Coun., I by Chamber on to.of"my Commerce I few word Pretl.*", recommendation. to the department Phillip' on Sept h.dm.d. I ELECTRIC RANGE $$84.50 f

cllman Wm. MuaaelwhlleThl 23
dent' Richard: Fuchi who acted
book !record the dealing -
ai master' of ceremonies. Included I .
of end many for thai of our.reason early, I think residents It I'I T A, Cidore, superintendent of LIONS TO VIEW Late Model, Used r

worthy to be preserved" Muitel money' orders; 8 E Anelrew.lpt'rInLendent *, (Continued from Page One) .
whit aid. The till account (\ of motor vehicle'' of a cqril-encruated gold doubloon .I! \\1 1I
ervlce Mill Josephine Daniel, '
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HOT POINT ELECTRIC $$9S
city were mayor kept, by and 8 secretary. E. Uvlngtton of the roll lupervliof; and Henry of' personnel Rcier, and a retired pay of i 129 In the gold wreck.piece About the coin the bean lire' RANGE:

auoclatlon upervlor' of mull. the dot. U90 and the lion and '
1I11." ;coatbof-arms of Leon de 't
/ 1. """ .........., Death/ Takes FatherOf Local clUxen called on to CestlleOthet. In the party were: I Used .
L peak were: Mrs Arthur Hem
: / = Walter PetersonThe mlngi, president' of American Legion Chat. M Brook ld, president' of
WnelfW Qfj.tht9 Auxiliary; Mr. Ovid Sullivan South AJ Florida Historical Society;1 WESTINGHOUSE ELEC. RANGE $$50,00
death of Nell Peterson of president' of Woman' Club Mn UBaitilc Rtad-r'i Dt-I
Oregon Wit, father of Walter' gents f writes' ; David Walter'
RCA IPcrrJR. Peterson of Ooulda, occurred of Homeitead; Frank Tye, prckl-. of Ml*.il; and John Reed' RoyNOTICE ,;
dent' of South Lade Junior Chamber
Sept. :ill In Oregon Mr Peterson, Henry Jolly Paul, W. '
an 14.year-old retired firmer, of Commerce'! M H. Oafla. H8nf'.t ullen Bradley. Chuck Used "
tin, president of itedland &it\Ac\\ I
4 visited In Oouldi lest aeiion. nd Mill Betty T.ylor, ,
; RECORD Walter Petenon returned to hi. Lion Club: Mn Irttng Wech/ler all RedI.1I4 District rf'aJdenta.' ' : r $42.50'C
of Homestead ,
president Business .
i5 home In Oouldi after the funeral IS persons viewed' the NORGE ELECTRIC RANGE -
and Professional' Women Club:
CHANGER ervlcei" which were held FridayIn Aboul 10 sod the colorful mi.
Oregon Ben Archer' a put president ofHomcetad dens ,in, .n expedition
Rotary Club, Mrs
I ; 1111 II ''ii'' !!II iI I ""' ilIII[ :';:!lI: Lena Link, a vlre-preildent olBoroptlmlit Sunday from MrKf't"' Museum... "
,,,1Ib; f ps Club of HomeiteadMr ; of bottom Sun bo.'n Treasure.. Treasure In the Princess.1. Slightly Used Thor Automatic ':

'r HOMESTEAD F.F.A.By *. Walker Martin, president ol It the weather' permits. sight.ceefng -
; 01'f Redland' Friendship' Club: Edward .
will' be made each WASHER
rips &DMMER$125.00' .
f V"f 'HI CHANO"OrAK Nl ROY CORDAV, A. Weiss, commander of Sunday
Homestead pat, Veteran of I
One undred twenty members'
,,,, or Mia Bach Rod and Reel '
LOADS IN A FLASH..PLAYS UP TO 50 MINUTES II 1'1''''''' '' !! : """ 1111'' I III '
the Venetian Fool In Coral Club ltd McKee' speak Sept.
AT ONE PUSH OP A BUTTON Olin Wright, Jr.. and flog r Gables. Troop leader ire Dr J I JT end .w coins end curious old Floor Model
Brandenburg expect' to leave,to. Malcolmn and Bruce Batches gold a d silver orn.mf'nta' rsIrleved WGE j
day to attend the national convention lor, I tom the wreck Hardwick 36-in.
I I C N* ellilortlen No loading problem of Future' Farmer of NEW GAS $94.00

No lurtaco noire No ilorago' problem America' In Kanaai City, Mo. The .

,N* pro-.electad, program* No playing problem boy are delegate of Homestead'
Chapter F.T.A, which II I
A N* pests.Xte-.'lo adjust No "paying" problemSOUNDS $100 toward the expenae providing of ; Floor Model 1

the trip The five-day convention

UTTER, flAYJ.. EASIER, 'COSTS IISS Hill begin on Monday.._ D. .,.. "..' **_ '* > r s-s: ; NEW"A; !:.!;;. ;GAS RANGEGAS'OlLlllPllODlim- $84:00": ,
t /' ',.... 'Wrawr r .la.errws, AH, ..I MMM4MMMtaHMM aM *MM tMM I .J- e te t ;
Now k'l man; fun lo record available this week showed u* 'h.inland
play now on 43 Please call l and pick
aecond medal that will b* up any
ro rk Vw RCA\1cIot'$ "45"'y*. So, when" you buy the 45J, you presented at the banquet> bathe
tern towndt M Sie, -6k. you can't gel 6 coupons which entitle you eighth' and ninth grade* for outstanding left wi
appliance radiator
M the record '1'01II11I. original to one of' the latest RCA Victorperformance. work during the year pump I
And "', a system retard releases' each month for We have two trophies thet will silt 9t)
Wr *mllod! h nil ond coil,too. 6 months. And at no u"e co t be presented to the tenth, for repairs. All repair work ,
Yeu'I .r1Wl.ollll. ployln .layout' eleventh and twelfth grade, \I. '
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the hana'/ record |17.lneh. Slop In today, listen to the chapter W* also pint,took Jacket orderi end for jlnss! the. ,j I left over 30. days,will pe|) sold for
..,..1) because the lon sufle " '
4' youritlf./ Wire wrtota Olin Wright\ wai elected' wirljavmentarlan. '
make' tad hits ere on\ "45," : you'II agra yov'v nvr heard .>, v( \ charges.l '. It $ .

W* wont! to Introiuc! yc.uo. such clarity,depth, and) brll There were M nembeep p..1| .
'IS' Ihovtaadt of outstanding' llanc on records" ant Limeade and cookie' went,

: lerved Scout. Troop 5 iIloy i-Vies*'"* I ,,11HOniestead'bluic& INC. OF GAS FLORIDA"

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S Il Radio & Appliance In Council'ii Swim MeetHomestead I Appliance Co. ,

Boy Scout Troop S Viq COOK lloneatead Maaaicr ,
NOW AT N. A\c. Phone 482 32 N. Krome A\e. Phone i.
207 Krome participated In the annual awlm--, 149 PHONE. .SI AT KEOMB
I ming meet of the South Florida

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'1 Macu Vim*rk '! feet *.u.u< %. Mr. K* II EASY TERMS H Desired. t '
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LOCAL BOYS ,viN Scouting to Be I Demonstrated> 'Nov. 5i Kenneth At IT. S.Pylw Natal Ttajhw Center '" ,,,:;; __ _JoE tD'lftIINTlR> ; ,,' Fr : ',

At Public of Girls' Troops ..
Program
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I Te rieanonitreiU scouting, on I Plan war ttrnxaed. tar World :rwnilt. URN, son of Mr IIM.d.. Mrs We Proudly Announce .
NIJ6 Girl Scout of theUantaM Friendship week observed each I I I. A. .,... of sdlrar/. deep. ", a ;
ant ",lIa.nt troop.. a protram. year by the SeouW In fcoMr of I............. '.Pie, \\I.\.).,.Lako.) .Hii -.'.. : .. .. . :'.\
Kenneth recruit training at nIts
ttwoTgMluUoo I
Grave and Robert ""' !eYe Low wh fouMitd
Drawdy, Homestead freshmen aUniversity 'Scout Own", at Home- in the United States .'I worM .Ur.nt rival training'j r '" ,
Ned\ Baytront Park Parenta and ..
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of Florida. have beef M years ago The girls own ;
warded a $100 Sean. Rorbud altInterested potions are tavlied I money to h..pht. organtaetlonIn Recruit training b the! sharpureak :
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agricultural echolarshlB, report to attend the o'clock pr..re f at 4 : on the
Hoy Wood agricultural tnitnie- I of' the InleraaUoMl chalet la 1 In whM the new navy .nan I
tor at Homeitcad High Sehool. near the swimming pool. There Switzerland In' which girls of' I learns the fundamental prtaflpteiat
Twenty-five\ echolirehl}* wert will be no charge. I different nttfcAaUtlee\ learn to the naval service In U course 1 Appointed J'! Dittributor 1
awarded In Florida on I oempelltlve Plant for the program were live together I A his training the recruit b I . t ..
barf for .exqcllence\J.crl-I made at the Monday night.meet'I On account U the conference, I II taught aeamanahlp, bfvx cus- I .
cultural work and scholastic lug of scout leaden In the annul: the group d<4ded to, puatpuneneettng I Loom, term, bask ordnance, gun- F t. .......
standing. hut: The group' was told by MM I I I until Per I t, ", I II ier>', signaling and 'L&\\oQ.\ r '.. .or. :i ".""...- 4.-
Dot Hunter of Miami headquar-
Son, respectively" oPlM. I
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Mr iMr. John Carl Crave Drawdr* ,and the Mn Home-and chairmen, of Uw national scout I Seminole Doll! Souvenirs Are Made{ ''I . '.,. ,- : :" .
to be held Nov 13lt . . ,
conference' ,
Stead winner are majoring in >*
irlculture.Hoy In Miami, Scouts in uniform By Redland Girl Scouts of.. Troop 211 : '
1 their parent and troop aponsorswill I I Scout
be. Invited to attend\ family : SOr:i : b.. r
Scouts' Swim Meet I ntuht In Miami Bavfront Park, Semlnole dulls to be given ul|Grace Ray dretwd the doll, f rr ere
national Girl whoa nat. and face were completed I ww"Air
May Be Jaycee Project iiidltorlum on Nov 13 when Dr. souvenirs .the. ,:1 I
CHbrtth of the New York national I Scout convention ;No>f. IMS in by the Ibis Patrol' ) of senior' -. v! .," ; =
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A swimming meet for Boy headquarters will\ be a Miami were a handicraft projectof scouts led by Mri. WlUli Stoker. .i".r. a -
Scout* of the area may be t OI'I- speaker Redland Girl Scout Troop III Tat Phillips conducM' a buntflees .-:, : ,
eared by South Dade Junior Tuesday In Redland Fruit and meeting of the \troorx Padjei '. : UX'rWnlforms( : p ( : a
I Chamber of Commerce, board Spice Park were won by Dotty Turner for ,. . .. '
i member have decided, Jack Scroptimisls! )Discuss) The doll were "Mde by hierrf- cooking and housekeeping end '. . ,' ,
Levy, who Initiated the project, Old and New ProjectsDlscurslon hers of the Shining. Star' Patrol. by Merton Baker for rabbit raising : .
'' was appointed to work out de- composed of Brownie "'fly-up. Mr*. Zelda ROM and Dotty 'f"'a" '
Will for, consideration of the of club projects new and \led' by Mrs :a; Heath Nol taught the girl aong for the .
and old, occupied the SoropU- den The Cardinal Patrol of **- "Scout Own" program too U* held I' I ,
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board voted unanimous mlBta, at their luncheon TuesdayIn end class acouli led by Mr (In November ._____... ( ,
endorsement of the U. S. resolution Gateway Tourist Home -' ;' t re M('ACCCIO1it i .
against seating Communist Announcement th.l. regional . , -
I China In (he United Nations. It conference will be held In Sherry : (. \
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voted also.to support the Florida Frontemo Hotel In Miami Beach
I Jaycees and other Hit orgaDlM-. Oct. II'and. 211 was.made by the ;:
j tlona In efforts to havfc the onto I president, Uri. Cecil Dodd. Reservation Hear the Series \ : :( 1 : ::
pail up adequate )Juvenile oourtito must be> made by Oct;,, : : :
she said. y' You Gowitha :
: handle youngtter in trouble 'It Wherever ,. i. .;. 1'.l!

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The" I _l MNlINNNINNIMIIMMNNNNlV, Mr *.a Mac A. ft. Cave Mt 4-LEADER.ENTERPRE5E tote tke MwC a;
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Le der-Enterprise ...... K,. ," "AAA ftattcUci ihow that M
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a. s.-. /.r 'Junior high shoots In South Mr. Flnley aahL"Can C.te Caa
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IrIM/aW Iti. ..M. w Ns..J aaa.Nq.a..Jd .- Mr, and "''No Frank T. .1_- Florid this month will etnphaHu parked along t the ttreelInterfere ,t A ward Jba.fl, ovarwerkvd frIt'
.rNdaJ .
a/JI0Na1 MrINf f0YN1Naw.rr Ile. II. Inn I ion announce the birth of a son with the vfetan of UM 'L'hlmn'i:
to children In clnroom aafety
1i::":': IaaaldgAaf Robert Raymond. ," driver and make\ It alm *t Im. * med for eeeeythlag

nua.a. JCIINtolf: 1lfllHllIlllllllUIII111UIlglllfUllUUII"Recovering( Mia Iran Rohrer U attending duration program the Impor- possible to top In time to rid I A lead of hay, a bowl of fruit,
11IUIICIIPTJON- aaset hitting a child who dart out from I A cabbM. *. cow or king
from injuries wf- buainei callof la Miami:
u e between parked can A mountain rang la cute w* lay.
lam fem In lisp" w Won of two can i "Mr*. WflJaitf W S.v ry w*> "Children also should be taught' It really U abetud.

..1I1agC.nwl1IMII. -. .t Redland. fd and Palm:] elected prvaMmt florida City never to ply between parked I And yet It\'i awful cute the way
"' I ear. are Mill Margaret Hen.: P T A. ." can, because they may easily We overwork the word,-Et
;ue, Nfte +soda,' JIM< aiorsoon. George Harden and Dick Half' of Redland P. T A. :'

WOII .. -' _I 0.-............._Is 0.-" and Nina Edna Llnnicott l and, Mn.. J, M. Holferty. president Glades Restaurant Special
1111. M 4. 'led .,,... eI ........._ lit Ld 1A.. tan Id Ita OtUh Schnellbacher . of the Women'i Auxiliary of the
11.-. rl./aa. War IM 44 .. sass d --. r a a"W..a rrwbyterlan Church presided iti
!'.... 1m. _w..d.........44.11I__r *'\ crushed spinal vertebra wi .DualnMi meeting ,to plan for a Sunday,Oct 8
lane H ....W Iu.n.a/M p..N Ita lufferedff\; 1. H Davli. In I,i "
JUItowoefl nctal
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'.M..br.n
::-J: tarI..at.r truck rident>J'y ] ;
On Others' Problems "'M.m w.w."L'oused_s. .1 1 t "Gue..U enjoyed oldUme iqunre Fried Chicken
.......M a.aTM ,_Ipw.IrhN. 'Ii I erred Mowry ind E. A. Rich: dancing at wiener roast given I
_QIorew-.o._4 I..r.w.ca rl.a.i trdjon have returned from! by Mite Either CrunweU :' KEEP 1RUMP
By Aul 1.. Markew riUpatrirkPUouWlng wN wodur a.a III Ita Nttchu, M......." ; or
,_,..._.......-Ita. r...c Nrw I "Mn. R. H Worley and Mrs
othen' problem U 1 1his IIIK t -'"- ....... : : Mr. and Mr|, I. E. Clot and i JI. M. Degter were hostesses it P PARKEDCARS!( ; :

: : : diufhtrri. Mirth, Edwin and, a benefit bride for the American Roast Turkey
to ta", "I *ould do tbui I
Mary Jo, hive'returned from i Legion Auxiliary it the Degler
a loT" : Grand Avwd WlMW, II NNia.l| |
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taro \ visit In Wiurhuli < home
M wirer J yetLxpariennd to '17, *I hivt not I ",AM track Idly re lw CwrtMt Full Course Dinner

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that, M t do not lance of keeping from between
know". ; ; : II Give Yourself Treat
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; I parked can."Colorful
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Doubie-Rarrelell Hope) ,On SundaysBring and lotion guides will be provided .
Splinters From a Redland Pine : to teachers at part of the
..for AlcoholicsFor the family her fort lately program of the American::1 I r
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HAW. BVRBEIX BIRO Young Turkey with Dressing' Automobile Association, R. J,I
Flnley, South Florida manager,
(*nerttoni, drunkirdi I Chicken with Homo-Made Dumplings. announced terday. :1 RESTAURANT
haw been teaid c.. al,_..I....I'I liIUlltUllll'lullt11lllllllllllllllllUlllltTIlIIIIIIIIIIII! !! '" III I""'.''""I""III"II"II"I i ye : 'GLADES
"" IIIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII* "To supplement the INlruct1ohJldretl

Sod, pariahj, not II ilrk' people in Th story of a hunt"""'arty sort I world for tinny.j'tnq et,.grape.,I REDLAND! CAFE will receive: In school,:
need of holp Then 1 18 year* ago., af huns! la cln Ung. Whether I but none would grow 'under the i ; : p rcnU are,urged to teach theli:1 Iii a. KHOME AtC. HOMESTEAD
the founder o( AleuhAltci Anon, tn i rUtlcr Ate. Thane m children to keep from between I ,
It i for lig pmt In Africa, gold I climatic and aoU condition here .
Inoue di o\'rtd that nn alcoholic parked tin at all limn, e M
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In Alaska or Spanish treasure I At last one day. "hn ih* had
eould! ttnd the road peek by bebelltvlNf .
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off the Florida Kcyi, there'i a almost abandoned hope, a colored ': -I
two things: (U) that thrill about! It, a lure, challenge : mm told him of 'Ir.p' vine,
that li hither Power than
And Incidentally, the Florida : auppoiedly alerted from i rutting
MmMll. and (II) that for M>mmriterlnui
Keyi hive )'1..14.dreaurel other I liken from Elliott Key, growing
he, .1.!
: remain n in
than thno found In the hulli of behind an old deserted house
(nhollc, cannot Itford to lake a
llngt drink. sunken ihlpa, down on Key Weal
Lad Sunday a friend with Captain Smith J Journeyed to
the October Reader
Dlgeil,
email country pile near'Hum-! 1 Key Weal to InxmtUfdt And
tin de that arlon-
Krull1P01U
Iud was ibowlng w Mi enlleC'! there, lure enough, lie did find y.
think they have tt last dl*> I
tlon of somewhat unusual planli the old house and the grapevine d ''
hovered th* dlffei-eirr 'between
"Unt that evefthere' growing<< lushly and fruitfully behind t
'.ocUl. drliiVert," who em drink grapevine\
,
'" 1 .asked po'ntmg' to a It-a vine exactly like the k ,
,r bay It alone, and *lcohollcliK ?
., nnnot That dlirerenre de small vine growing up be,lrie his one he had seen o long before

Krulf t says, U chemicaL lint hu,,". I.on Elliott Key
hP "I haves two Cutting accused there wet* ,
Whit itudylntf thouundi of 'It K replied
alcoholic) brought to Uelltvu tuttlnm I gut them from an" old''I the means' of establishing. an y )

Hospital,. Dr. Jamet J fcinjth retired MI captain now thing 0111 Elliott Key" gr |icviiM on C.p'i
tarn Smith plnr on Key Largo \
noticed that the blood of riatlrnti Key Largo IIlK'l'mlhot mice, InCipuiin
In delirium tremens was dan tiluitk'e I: yammer day. his and cutting!! from the rupUlnivln
.. Elliott for are now growing Into vines:
| rouily thick their blood sugar shop put In it Key ne.r''
low About to die, they) tvater There, on that isolated! at my friend property.
breathy extremely fait, have liland, to the aalonnrfxiwnt of Homestead '
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anything, like
If lrape'I'.re
feeole, luprr-ripld pulse and all hands, grow an enormous the
l* fine and succulent ai they are
lever that IhIIOt a grapevine loaded with hum J
may "jp high ,
M 110. I' Uunchca of luscious grape* I reputed to be, I "want. to be around
when they begin to ripen/ 1 In'4 ;
"II 4awuN.GfI. Smlt4" OeKrult Captain Smith the story gne* r Y' f

uyi, that tli 1et .omee hat roaeinblwl the later with the purpose of
often fatal .rjal). 'ef AddllOll"dl. procuring .sstlws4.yrm 1 MiM I lu aU 'Portable '.1
.Nii*. In this disease" there, U a vine Put the Island had mean-
failure of the adrenal\ Ilanda l just whila been swept by fire and TypewritersWe
over Ih* kldne,., my 1en.ui little not single vestige of the time
hormone factories abaulutely eiaentlal was left
to human lit*. Not *v long The memory of the Blllott\ Key
ago vlctlmi lived only a abort grapes continued to haunt him
whll But now they can be keptIn however and when it la.t lie. e
pretty fair health by lnectioni) retired to settle on Kay Largo! ,
of riormntie from the cortex uri he dihrmlned to find some type
outer liver, of the adrenal' glandi of Ir.pt'hot could be grown
of iliughUrfd. caul." lurcmfully on the Ke>'i. MUqueit

Dr. Smith'tried ACt (adrenal Will long and tedioui He
cortical .matted fur DT victims lent to many fir corner of the,

about to dlo. Their reiurredlonwia

., UtOe short of miraculous. holt to drink. They limply clear Handle All
ACI li now und to *ooth* hangover the fog cf alcoholic brilni ao that
heeblv-Jeeblei, calm pre the alcoholic tin think atrilnht Makes\
binge tensions and eliminate the enough tea sock spiritual help that CverrlhUg tar th* Office
agony" of the drying-out periodWhere AA fffrrl.
doe this new chemical,

discovery leave Alcohol Anon,- .. HomesteadOffice
moue,, whose iplrltual Mppioach
Benson Electric lluPhilco I '
has M fir remained unchalUngedfA ,, eY e
the title of nil artlelo, "DoubleBarreled tA
Hop for AlcoholId Appliances ,Supply

," !Implies, d. Krulf expects the
two to go hand In hand ACE ", ,,,t.lon. Fh 111 II E. Mewry fh.' IK
Injection don't permit an ileo. I
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.rt ,' 't :... is California Wonder Pepper \ 'tv'; blood of sol r-------------------. ''i
; "} . t.f ,' .' -s,' godless grip,. hundreds of precious young our ---1 "

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".. .....,:\.i i: ;., J \e, Marketeer\ Cucumber "..:.*\: 1 .".''Theof ore do I beg. Godrevering in fruitless waste!". 1 1 fill czar eel. flat coupon and mail if to.General 1 1'

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Mr. a** ... IT.. Urea Mr. sa* M**. L L. etaohtt IItI.T. K. KMfftW.altar ..., $tward . >@. *M MM. Hw. L. Beta. .r LEAnER-ENTBRPRISE Friday; Oct. S, IONeascossom $ I

and two ten have moved hiM of CIMIIM4I bees Melt tiNUtp, nisei .... Msndar atkt. I rd .on, l ysm. wen Hump ik.IIN . .

their MOW homo an the oM Dials far Ia pit tot __ at Ia a rill with relatives in IN ktol.mor .... Mi and
Hlchwoy. )... total ot bill hB ot their aatww and Raraada ad.. Mi DaaaMMt,.Oa I aro
and Around Mm Fred Newton and Ma ehilO
Nlphwsy.1t.. . Mr. and. Mr*. Sunk M. I ..Ma1 15
M who have arrive from leopeliRg (kt.
Mr. OoMachalk I II
a Ma Marl
KaHMI. duldllr r
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c.e.d.1 ChorryvlU. C., to live .t ,
at sad raUor.Mss. . ..... x.tIW&If
of and
Mr Harry
J. CUttard k I. .
okpactad. M aV wond ave Mr Newton uompleye
.........., .. Nfun .be with full .up-pTi
aXirfatdi .
from the
Homestead arrive Sunday donwy C ns wad <.| bjr latepha* eom-
CaL, to Data Mra.: Clifford and Meals .... O.. es-I" year at Aoe us CD\-\ I Via. Par- ,..,. of fresh fruit
I their daughter, Carat, who. ..reYialtitII timed from a ....-... arts >..* where. ah* to vtrMM toward .m sod tk.kisu pear eld

with U... CUfford'a parent ta Ocean Ofevo, N. J. WM a B. & dttr* .Mk .a.)artn I kuphter, Dttrhia, see IMM taHie and tegetabies.LUCERNE'S...
Mr. Ufa. M )
away the also visited' a brother elementary < Mia MKl Crave MM
*. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Don I Morels aaartanant at 31 N.
Radian. yaang ** Tom**?, bare b.MvtrMaM
Alfred I. Oifhl ol N. W. ITthit I Noel Stoffanl, USN motor mechanic Ot 170 N. W. Second itMr In Janata of Jersey City whom lUfeWt k a graduate Kjrwn I ave Tha ISat.a> i alne CMVOyVroleKM

wilt report Oct. IT to Port I third class. hat returned to she hid not wen for 10 yean. High Matt.. I hen tram OkeeetMbte wow ta with Atteota.Mr. Mos.. -
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Jackttm. S. c.. for II month of San Francisco after a vlatt herewith \ Mr.I Pearson hml taught tot the Ovrrar** I1lskwFrflwide
C. Red-
of
Reely
Harry Mr. and Mr J. B. Moody ofAahevtlle
Mr. and Mr H. A. Asian Jr., City
army duty. Mr. Diehl served asa hill parent County Agent I- (tine ,sass
land rd. 1 k making an etenddwhit ,
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radio technician the and Mr <:bat. H. Steffani, have been Mute her are apendlni a two-week vac*' ad Mr. MM Walton. anddwHrtitw.
during
war and In Sanford with her ton and with UN. V....' parenk( Mr. and Yen In Washington. D. C, Their .. Mart Matt have sot
Inactive\ WM a member of the. daughtr tn.la.v Mr. and Mr. Mrs W. R. Yates of Tennessee amall daughter Diane la dittoing! 'J Ann Scott, turned"' tram AD**, N. Y, where ,
reserve Ht and Mr* Mr. and Mr* Phil Benaon have I Robert Body.Leaving . .., Mr. and Mrs.r.
Diehl the former Mill Helen moved from Princeton to their rd. her time between her grandparent Mr. Walton DM. boa. employed
Mr. and Mr, II. A. Anon .rIecuperatlalg from for the week On Hi
.peat sera *
Bradley, hive lour home the old Dixie
a -yeslwld new on ;:
daughter Jem LouUe and a alx- Highway Just south of Kings I Sunday for a national Mr. end Mr. J. R. rope returned of Naranja and Mr. and Mrs. W. nil borne on Coconut way bean. they visited In Hendenonvill Brooks 'Inc.Completely

I 1 W k-old eon, James Bradley.Cfcai. Highway park convention in Yosemite Sept. SI from a tour of a. Rheney\ ot Homettead.Mr Pans.J. with Mr. Writer .

I National Park will be Dan Beard, the state R.J mother, M.... W. K. Walton. ,
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superintendent of Everglade Naltonal > Harris V. Delk ha been A. geetly war returned
Martin, eon ot Mr. and I Jerry Portney ot Elllolf Key home M**>4 '. 'after treatment In
Park Mr Beard and Mr. 111 at her home..73 S. W. Pint itNOTKt Speedy tkWitt ha mepls.d .
I Mrs. Chat Q. Mil-tin of SO N. It under treatment In James land [Dade fftii $ H apHal.Pvt .
Mr Jack Do Weese, cut.todltn employment' M an\ Inspector lor
i| W. Eighth at. left last weak for Archer Snila IloapiUl for In-
e ot Fort Jefferson N.Uonal (If Am.KATMIN", POM TAIpees the state. highway patrol.
; bask training at Port Jackson Juries received Sunday when he NOWyooctikiy. Oldl1it
. : Ok nMOnaon of Tam.W
Monument at Dry Tortugt Before .IH. <> .... . ...
I fell beneath the wheel of a I Nan-as III INI '
i jLC. their return, the will . vlaU d ewlv lhla week with .t
I party 1 H A4 WtNoriCR JAMES ARCIILR SMfl'llHOSPITAL d
truck. 1i Kit parMy&l h'?Ltd Mr S. L. Equipped Iron.Caretakers .
I __ .visit the national parks of Grand i II sensor owns tUt NEWt
f Mr. and Mn. Cecil Dodd attended Canyon, Zion Bryce, Death Valley IBB. ,rot-..,r1..q ate owv"Yue,... _hId pp .l To [Dlrk.iMoj.Md wwt hit wife who ................................... .
I err Oalekaw
the Crosby show held in Mr. Frank L Bernecker I II Sequoia, Rocky Mountain and N.b d Tot. see, ,". tW rt*. Tt.. Il I a ,.UMV tt the pk'Vin n home.
i Daytona Beach Tuesday, Wed- I critically III in James Archer Dinosaur National Monument '-5 ", tit ttl ..4 tee. Lund .... to4M r' ..?i- nirtlii

I neiday and Thuraday. Smith HotpiUU Utah of which Mr. Beard war sash. oar GfrlAC PLAN I v III .Join(fit*.. A.M4 D.kM IM..wad.... rood.MritolMIt MMta Mr.. and Mr.* A. H. Singleton To Mr. and 10'1'1. Raymond
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formerly\ In <>. 4n4 to U Onni 0....* md ctUsMBt, ''Wrt. 'Talmadge Chryty of Redlind, a ton on
charge KM dwnAe M, inrMT.Ut __ IM adh.b' Burkett.eapoet' 'to leave today Sl-pt. U.
Ic err own, III
9 ea41 l>rlta. Wl Ye< for a two'NkIICltion with Paller.1 p. 0. nox iiIIOMCHTtAD.
Mrs. Paul Rue ha been Immediate Service
a patient <4 S. .l.t.. *, "ukln, Mi rut, relative4 la treks N. Y. Surgery patient\ -M ill Luemtl.Ve .
In James Archer Smith Plat Not *. Vats I*. |. CIte '1\..., : ILA.Pb. .

I I ,Hospital.Mn. :f....n.irf .n 1'ha.A. 0..1 MrrHMlMl. rangd.natal W IA.M h Mr. and Mr Wm. ROM of and Footer Gene Prcavrnto GouM. Harry, llonwttetd Hrwlt 91' .

Reasonable Prices Tat. ..., .
No. Tk.MI4 .I Prrrlnqhtvq[ nvtveil lo Coral Medical pMrvnt. Roland limit,
p PaT V Yadp lIw siN otefh
I Wm P. Dickinson
was ? Honvrttcad
3ble
Returned Tuesday from Doctor tea.tape Ie lIw uI _. u_ __ ..- .- - -- t

Hospital to her home at 41 N. W. Quality Workmanship.a Nat U*Mal 1. .HU...*fan.. "II.....1 a_.Ioa 1\0.r..... .

13th it Her Infant daughter ., **i. Cur) ".*.., .* ".*>. .

Prance Suzanne, remained for rartlftrala'Sr''n' .. "VkTl, lUjSllka. k

further ears ., teat O..eav ..... ter ... *.r. Stop Costly Rot !
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t .w 1y ..be.4. *** 'I. "* MM "' ,

Mr. and t.lra. A. P. Barber! Jr, ENGINE OVERHAUL Id 1II..to I e. wawilarlaa r'ltt.
and children have arrived from 0 clot lij. ai' ,15 Ia c... T.... !

Hcndertonville to vlilt Mr*. Bar- BRAKE In1C1MOTOR wail,d. n.rM.., ...ott...,... (.ton. ....-W ..ludo. la and Mildew C"
ber't parent, Mr. and Mrs E. J. o rarUrirau N. TTI TK. ,-r'.wn NOW !

.* Faith girt healing great Impetus.The Dysl. 0 TVNE-IT :V.f,.:'.::.r.'i. ': /M ter sad,'."-;

live tai the valley eof Miss Dorothy i 'C1 menll of FRONT END ALIGNMENT : Ut I, Pint *. WndilmHM. pad
.willlG carried many pile P,,. s-I *, r.. ii. i. ,... T\..
Homestead Is a patient. in Coral o lOt o..M. alp, Cows> lOt ,...... ",.,
'. the ihadttw The writer of Ecdeilattei Gables Hospital PAINTINGBODY lOt FL.ads.tsp..Ia 1,. II"".!.
N. 5?:. ",.. a.-w.at d d.
hand findeth do do e .mews .... 1A.V. ?
;: t.'V&ateTcr thy to Iflnl.
asp ANn UNDER Iws .w ,. Ii.. ... d U.k-.. Cuprinol Preservative !
with Weekend guest of Mr and REPAIRSEAT 1. ... 5 mitt I. 111'.......... ".n.
It thy might.'tThe Mr*. Adrian Jacob were Mini VOl' coma I. spa 1. I. .Ito Tom

man who putt hit heart into both Barbara Parrott student .t''Unl' COVERS 0 at""..A'-"e rhnd(Cc... -lOCI. wind,at _.I.. Protects Both Old and New Wood
venlty of Miami and Miss Nancy roIme Nn nt TK.ip . I
0t'PIIOLSTERINO ot ..I, .... ...., *> .... m-wn.. .
work and play gives hit life purpose and direction. Pchmili of Chicago student at } U.a w4 WM m I.r ,Ito MM Maw .w.Hfh.u ,s fl .
Barry College, Mr. Jacob plantto 1'"a,...
When illoeti come, he ii ready to fight it with disciplined spend this week-end at the o <4 i. HUck" |. WaMilailoa, Mal. ,
A "''..cri" .. IHa. II. l. I*. T.-, You ran't sec them-jou ran't hear them-but literally millionsof ( I
Rod and Gun Club In
Everglade
VNVRCaOATISOPORCEIAIXIUNG '"f strut ... .
rim Cmiair of n U
will Add this the skill of t physician ,
to competent City. II'., ,w """"I. a. ....... Iet'ot1ICo living fungi are Mailing to attack cmy tick of wood you
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and! the combination is hard to beat. We art 0LE'BRICATION f 1 at ..u. Pmann Ma. tH. TWMrr la..ar..aat MM pee own at this moment Whcmer they find an air pocket and
Mn. H. L. Mitchell has returned HIM. I"wd .a. U th. Maw if I
1 Doha-a. dampness or water they work night and day todrntroy
specialists.
prescription to her home In Safety seepage,
Id .. BI...s. .. W..M...... Pad.
Harbor after a visit' In Narsnjs 0GENERAL I"'c art .. P.- .I. I. .... "-to )our property.Had .
A1H'CONDITIONED: REPAIRS '"( PI..... ('''. .'iM.f 14d..
with her brother and sister In- .5t... eel ETnrid.. .. _......... 1.r..tm.h. I..
law, Mr. and Mn. ... E. Campbell o N.. Tli. ",.. w..aI ax they ore fund may not oen l IIC alone! in Ihclr attacks.
A rOMPIETE: : BfMPFR-TO- ,..f4. .reran, ....... cOw wed .... .
BUMPER SERVICE ?'"""I. ...... em I. U. __ lOt Wood-taring Inserts such\ us termite may he at work: too. t.
Glades Prescription Shop l''"me...
MM. W. T. McConnell Jr. tin O ...1 R Hash a ,W..Iol....... ..."'. Alone or together fungi and (inject* arc formidable furs. Unnoticeable .
BITM-.FT PI.A!* IF ItCRIRED- flat Itt |. Pa.* II. la .... "-II
returned home from a visit with .., _
n. CII. Uootnc, .i tsda
shock with evidenceof
tomorrow
PAY AS YOU DRIVE. today they (
may you
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Ph. Q.4II relative In flr'lIOla.J '
HOWARD JOHNSON '
o ; ca.mPd. No.'m"'T\oo .,,...elat (heir broken cornice rotted sagging.fence
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Phwia ..
K Kramer. .l., ;: .V L / 1& .TiREClLER: SERVICBBirdthevrolet .: en.mr lta,w1A an.Hrs..rows .
: J i.... ... .- ...., "'---.1IIMIIIIIW" !'_ III 'itftfttW Brother) .costly.destruction, rnnrxmWi( ) "n1* >." -

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MWICALR tLAYCO' NOV. Ime e-LEADER.ENTERrRISE Friday Oct. 6.1950
I MCTHODM oR,i
I I. . . Social Events in South Dade . A Biaatialt. will bt ......... OTIS f R.SNKLLGROVE TKB81 BRIDE) ;

by First the kMhotM Jtnnlt. LoMaM W. a C.CUM S. on tl MIS8 KRISTINE HAMILTON OF MIAMI

: Nov. X tn mlKf. s dteWtd I Tuta- I
day ....t ta the church.F1ai Mlat Krlatint Hamilton, daugh taffeta gewna Mctnted at .thf"
(0 PRESIDENTS AT DISTRICT 11 TEA I MVftIC: CLt'B 'TO OPEN MRS. FRANK ARNOLD HAUSMAN HONORED were made ftr a group tar of Mr. and Mra. Wanes MiJolm Mill necklines/ with gold pint
. I SEASON. ON MONDAY I I 'j to atieixl the tenth. birthday annivtrtaiy > Hamilton. of Miami. became gift of lilt ."... *. The flower girl j
I GIVEN HY WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD ClubNriU AT TEA BRIDAL.SHOWER AT LEI1JY HOME\ party of the VT, S. C. S.la the bride of OH E. Sotllgrovt, was gowned rose taffeta.
Monday Mu le open ha held Oct Ifl at WhlU '1'.... M CIC Mr. and Mrs Arthur An heirloom ('IoUbroupl

The red hibiscus, official flower punch, and Mra. H. E. Htmant, lilt aeaaon on Oct | w,th a meetIng A tea and bridal shower bt' Mill Hauaman atiMed the hot- ;hMlhciwh In Miami.: Sntllgravt of HopwiUad" at' U' from Coventry, England, In IMS
of the Woman's 'Club of Home ;Mn. Ralph Austin Mn. Ch... J. ..the\ home tit W* J D honor of Mn. Prank lever Formation of a new circle for Friday evening In Seventh Avenue was u..d'on the bridt'i table at
deed, was the motif of decor Strohih" ...,.. Adrian Jacob and flied ofIttN.W.FS! at Arnold Approximately ., htialnew women and women leN Church of Christ' In MJaml. the reception held it the Hamilton
fifty
ton for District 41 presidents' Mra. Velma Greene served Refresh Hottewei' will be Mra. Cart S. Hauaman wa given recently: by I en I.SILVER. were pre* than M rear of age was an- The double ring ceremony was. I (hone for relative and clot
hi held Monday afternoon In the I| were part sandwich-/ Anderson, Mr C. L. CMplty, Mr. Chas. W. Lelby and Mr. -....... trounced! by. Mr*. Gee Retell, performed by W. C. Scott min- friend Mn. lit Harvey and Mia
eUbhous on N. W. 14th at The I a*, take, nut and ahtrbtl Mri. Lloyd Belts Mn. )H. J. John Whlchard at the LeIby home PALM FELLOWSHIP president liter Patricia Harvey, an aunt and t
flowers were used to adorn the : punch Seventy wen. prttent3IR. Dull and) Mn. Relcl.% ." on E. King Highway. Arrangements I INVITES: DISTRICT MEET Mr. David. William directed Hit, Martha Jo Peterson wan cousin of the I bride aariitoa. ) In
refreshment tables end to bank u" " of white and yellow aster the program, and Mr. A. ... maid of honor; Mr.*., Richard icrvlng. Guests wed registered
the mantel and fireplace In the ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF BETROTHAL and chrysanthemums\ and eroton The Miami Uttrict of Melh.tdlit Campbell of the Silver Palm W. Webb", IU and Mr' *. Richard by Mill Carmen Freeman and
thing room. The acarlet" ,blooms I II leave were used for decoration I Youth Fellowship will U, S. C. S. reported. on the recent Melts brldtimatroni; and Mint MIN Shirley Campbell.For .
appeared. also In corsages which OF 11ILLIE RUSH AND! KATllltYN'! NUNN Mra. Lewis Murray registered' Invited to /hold Hi October meet.. school of mission bt' 'LaktUnd Dttl>t Mayo and Miss Ion Ham their honeymoon trip It.
were presented to the president the guests and Mn. H. A. A man, Ing with the Silver Palm fellow which the attended lltoo, i roMrtn of the bride, New York, Canada' and the Great
of 10 district club Announcement li being mad school/ hen and in' ITewnan be. Jr.. and Mn, Eaton Anderson hip, the group decided Moods Savings bank, opened tIt the brl4tl l1alda. Small. Kathy Mul. Wes, the bride wort a gold<
Sharing the receiving lint with night at the home of Mr. and I Im vas flower girl Jersey frock black eccetaorwt.
of the betrothal of Mia fore enrolling at The Citadel presided at the tel table Mr*. A. inwnbera, added UN to the ao
the president. of the (oral club Nunn of Atlanta to Bllllt Kathryn Edward After service In the navy" ,. ht was Frank Webb and Miss Bertha Mr* Chai. Johnson of AUapattahDadens. Ml.1,,'* general fund. R. C. Mister ww beat man anduttieri and a eone,. of white orchid
Mn. Ovid !Sullivan and /her offl.totrt were Clinton Cooper of Upon their return the newlyweds -
Jun..front After the bualntaa
graduated In the attaint,
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were: Mr*. L. J. McCaffrey, mer Buah of homestead LawrenrevUlt. resident, Ga., for.The Southern College of Pharmacy In W.U.C. MARKS ITS Hurlbuf "Story of the Bible"will cowered dWnupper was served. to HorrtitMd; R. B. Inker, Jr., will live at 51 N. W. 5Mriit.
recording" secretary of the/ ..n. Atlanta TENTH be studied by the local fellowshlp Uit" II ptaent. former Rtdland reildent. GeorgeRichard. In Miami.
seat federation; Mr*. E. J. PenN marriage will take plat In the ,.. AMMVEKSARYThe l which /heard Mrs Howard and Luther ,M. Llp!,- The bride was graduated from
tl Mlanil, second vicepresidentof spring FIRST MEETING: OP MASON! tenth anniversary of the Crtuse review Old Testament OFFICERS ELECTED: : comb. high 'school In Birmingham and
the state federation; Mr A daughter of( Mr. and "'rt. BET Br MacDOWEU, CLl'S Woman' Society of Chrlitian/ storlel. Games were directed by BY DOKCAS CLAM The bride wore an embroidered tended( Miami Technical High ,
Harold Wayne of Fort Lauderdale, Charles C. Nunn of Atlanta ., Service was marked by the Red Mr. Croua organdy balltrlna-length gown school and Charron William, ,I"
district director; and Mra. F. C. bride-to-be was a member th'j The fir it meeting' of the Mason land and Florida City societies Mr. and Mn. Calvin Wood Invited Officer' wtrt' tltctod h* First laihloned with fitted bodice, Commercial College In Miami.
Ravlln of Coral Gables, presidentof high school! orchestra and of MarDowell Juvenile Musk Tuesday afternoon at Florida ' the group to hold the Oct Baptist Dorca Class Sept II al short sleeves and detachable, She II a certified dental assistant
the county federation Mr A. club of Atlanta Club will be held/ at J ,',Iock City Community Church.A It meeting at tht Wood home on the home of Mr. John Elliott of train. Her giuntlet were ol and a member of the Miami Dental
F. Arthur. pant\ district: director Mr. flush) li the ton of Mrs I Saturday afternoon at the home decorated birthday cake was I Silver Palm dr. S2I N. V. Fifth avt matching organdy and her fin- Assistants MIOrI.Uon.A ,
and tint vice-president of the I Rudolph Aebl of Newnan, Oa, of Lou Ann Ivey, daughter of topped with candle, one of which Cookies and limeade Mr, II. J. Davis wan loads tertlp vtU of Illusion fell from graduate of Redland High
hostel group, Introduced the and the late Hoke' Rush. and the' Mr. and "'rL Gordon W. Key of was lighted to mark each project' errvtd. were president; Mfl. .tlllolt, flrat .vie*. fI i taco cap tncrutttd' with seed School the bridegroom attended
donor gtieiu. I grandjun of Mr*, Herbert 1 Even j] MO N. W First avt. The roll, call successfully completed I by thtsocieties I president; Mr, Jesse Qoaiman, earl*. Whit orthidt, chryian.hfmum University of Miami. He U In
Mrs Henry Prldrfen kept off of Homeitead and Mrs DolalRich will be answered with comnosl- ; during the past year. Present besides those mentioned .second vlct>prnldtnt; Mr. C. V ': and stephanotis formed the contracting business. ,*.
pit book, Mri Herbert th'l Cuvh of Colquitt Oa A lions of MarDowell or with a Announcement was made thata I were Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Bartiea, third Vice-prttdclPnI; Mra -itr cntctnt. bou and Mr. Ann Foulk poured' Uve of homestead, ht .\ n"J term awociated with Halloween, chicken and rice dinner will be Crier, Mr. and Mn. Warm D. H. Delllnjer, aecretary? Mr. In ,autumn AD4I i
Wood "' 1'1. France Hobbs, Mrs READ THE WANT-
New officer of the group are: served by the Rerlland society at.1I 8. A. Turner assistant, smeary: ; hues were carried by the '''11I<1.
AND MRS. J. 0. CAMPBELL ARE GIVEN Irvine' Chlpley president; Jean o'clock Wednesday In the garden Alfred Crouse Hedberg and Howtid and Mr*. C. ', Harper, treasurer, mil, who wan variegated. "green j
II I Foglt, vice-president; Ann Maree center at Redland Fruit and Mn. T. D. Fiche wu chosen
SURPRISE ON THEIR 3llh ANNIVERSARY Peterson secretary; ? and P.I SpiN Park.Birthday. MRS. -- a* teacher, and Mr*. Othia| T I ,
SHFRARD
KEPTT. Reid, assistant teacher.Cakt .
Brooke, treasurer Counselors art cake, Ice cream and .
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A surprise party In honor ol, and Mrs, Gilbert Ogden. I Mri. Clarence Gray and Mn. l Ired< tea were served to the 1C E. PRESIDENT and let .cream .were
STRETCHYour
the thirty-fourth wedding annlirenary The pink and white color, Ivey. preterit Mn. Qulnnle Sherard son reelected erved. ...i.-fY. I
scheme of the floral decorations president of First BaptistT.
of Mr. and Mr J. t
W. A. HOLDS MCKTINO
was repeated In (lit refreshment SQUARE DANCE FOR WELFARE FUND SET E. L, Clue Sept. 21 at the
Campbell of Niranja AT wiimr HOME:
was given I I home of Mr.
course wedding cake, mint, null, Geo. Watson of N.
Sept. 27 at the Campbell home poff and I1Unth.Twenlyfour OCT. 11 MY REDLANI) FRIENDSHIP CLUB W. Eighth it. Elected at tint, Tht Y. W. A. of First Baptist DressDOLLARS- ..
Haiti were Mr and Mr*. Camp. wen present. second and third vice-presidents.I Church met Monday evening at
bell' sons and daughters, Mr and An oldtlmt i,unre dance for at I meeting Monday evening at In the order named, were Mri.U .I the home of Mr*, ilaha H. Whitt .
lira. James Campbell, Mr. and MR*. CIO.: D. McrOVNM.L benefit of the welfare projects he home of Mr.. John Agnew of P. Kendrick Mrs. Katherine. Punch, and cake were served *
Mri. Thoi. Campbell, Mr. and MADK IDEI.IS PRESIDENT of RedUnd Friendship Club will Silver Palm dr. Present were Mr*. nugrrald and Mr. Cheiley Present were Mii Margaret I
Mrs LeRny Chamber and Mr. "'rt, Ceo. D. McConnell wu be held on Saturday evening<<, Carl Undgrcn, )Mr. Walker Martin Saunders. Mrs. Earl Smith was' Carpenter .Miai Joyce Morgan
Installed president of First Bup' Oct. 14, In the Lion Den. A door Mn. L.. J. Dorsch, Mn. L. S. made secretary and Mn. Martha Miss Wanda Smith, Mil Peggy
IF. LAND P.T.A. TO HOLD Hit Fldplli Clau Sopt. 28 at the: price will be given and light re- Haynci, Mn. A. W. Undgren, Nplll, treasurer Mrs. R. N. Caldwell Byrd, Miss Ruby ,Bailey Miss atCrane's I '
FIRST MUiTINO THURSDAY home of Mn J, II. Drawdy of frethmrnt will be available at 1M.... E. A. Maxwell Mr*. M. E. wa re-elected teacher I Doris VTinfo Miss Rachel: Carpenter .
the old Dlxlt Highway. AIM I I the dance whlrh club member i William, Mrs. C. N. Dumford, Mr. Lola Fitch conducted I MUa Efftt Radford Mlu
Redland P. T. A. will hold IU taking office wen Mri. A. D. I expect to make an annual tvent Mr*. Wright, Mn. Jesse devotional service. Forty visit Ann ttornt.MIa Clara Stevenson
tint meeting of the mourn at I Smith, a crel ry-treaiurer, and ,, Plan for the dance were made i Greet?: t'H Keen, Mrs were made by the visiting" committee and Mini Mary'Jo Ttrburf.
School o'clock Thursday night'! In the the following vIctpreHldcnti'Mn. : I i J J Hooker, Mr L. E. Perry reported Mrt. E. B. Francis . II Announcement was made thai Cottons
cafetorlum with Robert 8. Earl Cravty, personal min.I.Ir11 LOCAL REREKAHS ATTEND berry, Mn. H O. Roger and committee chairman. the next meeting will be held
Givens of Miami It guest tpetkr. ilri. J R, Runken.FRIENDSIIir Present, beside those mentioned Oct 1 11 .t the Whitt, horn
Mr. Clvr,,,' subject "Only an ; Mn. W D. Caves, memo LITTLE HER RITES I II N. W. First St-Opp. Margaret Aaa
were Mr* Lee Freed,
and Mn. E. W.
berihlp
Aggressive, Good Clliienshlp' WIUPreserve fellowship; Installing .nurlon'l A group from Liberty RebPkah1.odu NIGIIT SIT Mr, May King M,.. B. W. Stevenson .I I
Our Democracy", wua'uggested Mri. Howard L. Johnion. attended an Initiation cere< BY AD ASTRA ('IIAnnFrl..nd.hlp Mr* H. E. Redln. Mr*. I Benson Electric Services SALE
by Or. Roy W Hark.mere Sandwiches, cookies. and soft I held Monday night at Lit. Lull Oliver Mn. James S. Me- #I'ji I
,. P. T. many Radios & Refrigerators
A. preildent, who was the Night will be observed \ Cready, Mn. J. L. Callahan Mn.
In
tit Fiver Lodge party ;
drinks
served
Impressed by IU use ai a slogan wtrt I i. by Ad Astra Chapter of Friday and Saturday Oct. 6-7
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Present bell d.. those mentioned were Mr. Oto. Oann, Mr* 8tlma > R. Byrum and Mr Henrietta iMaeetw, Pk til
by the Marion (iced) Kiwani the O. E. S. at It* first meetingof Mill. I
Club. wen Mn. U S. Fllihugh.Mn. I. hits, Mr E S. C.pllnaer.MfL the season, I o'clock thl eve.sing t .'
I W, W. Woodion. Mn. II. 0. Laura Hooper and Mr*. Dan
Refreshments wilt be nerved I In the ch.pterI.IL/ Refreshments HOWARD THOMPSON
Pope. and. Mrs. T T. Bowen. Arrnwnnd.I .
be served.
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I HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
CARE FOR TOTS OFFERED Worthy patron and worthy matron
BT HOMESTEAD P. T. A. .. uanIt 1' ? of the chapter art Mr and ,. Mr. and *In. Bruce Thompson : It. ....,., '
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Mri. W. A": Phillip of Redlandrd. entertained at a birthday dinnerIn .v
Cart for Wall children will be I How to Have honor their
of eon, Howard r
provided at the first meeting of Sunday at their home In Florida 1216 1 N.Krome ,4JD.
the P. T
Homeitead' A. to beheld Mn. J. M. Holferty will be
at J.lS Wednesday afternoonIn ; /hottest to Circle One of the Women City.The guests Included: Mr and ,
the school cafetorlum. Mrs.Leban The Time of Your Wife of Homestead Presbyterian Mri. Wade Thompson, Mr. and
K, Jr., ll
Bishop, new Church at ISO: Thursday afternoon Mrs Ceo Stanley and son, David
president of the orllanlnuon.W. at her homo on Allapattah mini Mn. Howard Thompson and

R. YATES IIRTHDAY rd. daughter, Anita. j For Leisurely Shopping :& '

MARRED: WITH FISH FRY i

The birthday anniversary of H0 Let Us Little EXTRAS You Get Here Where you have '
W, R. Yates was celebrated at a ;*r : *i I e

family flail fry Monday evening We have steam ap and an taeraler oaj daly plenty of parking
.t the Yale home on Tennessee mill tlx t'rlock ** Saturday. space ,
rd. It dr. I .
Fproort Small repair made free ef charge.
Present,.in addition to Mis and Take Over Her 0 and take 4s '
All garments Insured. against fire theft tr high can,
Mn. Yates" were Mr. and fit,.. . .
Ted Way! of Could and children water damage ( ..

Jerry Ann, Mary, Dud and Dill; ; : your- own sweet time. .' . :->
Mr. and "''r.. Grady Stepp and Wash ".4Buy
children Linda, Dennis and Jim. Day TRADE WINDS\ DRY CLEANERS I
any; Mr. fthd Mn.. Bob Yates, Jr..
and son, Roger and Billy; Mr. 8. E. First Av*. Vt. W. SLYEST, Mgr Patnt 111Store Your 'Groceries and Meals )
and Mr. *. B. Moody of Ashevlllt .
and Ain. Herb Tamer of I '
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FOR SILVERAtM SMITH HOST WOMEN ITAL MEND her time and energy you'll find It'l an A & P Food Wollam,8AKendrick

Mending day for Jams Archer expensive luxury especially When our ; e
anv" Hoapltal wu /held Tu... Phone: 67 We Deliver
day by tl* Silver Palm W. ft. C. prices are BO low. 375 South Krome Aven Homestead ., *
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Holmei. A- covered dish lUlkhaon TALCO SCRATCH FEED

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Mn. Alton Saner Mr*. W, H. Bay,
Brown. Mr. Howard Cross. Mr.. 25 I Ib. ban $1.29 '
Roy. -t. Mr Witt.n. Harlty vyler' .H.Mr Con*. ,II.Mr J.*. II .. Kramt Art. 1I.Iead. FU. i 100 Ib. bag : ::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::.-.:::. ::::::-$5.W':' I! W.itsfoIrlOse-Diu Di""". . .

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rr.imi.AHi' riAJWfilt'; :5I1UW! , NEW PROJECT I ben Kill collect waste paper ano

I )PLANNED HY SOUTH DARE GARDEN CLUf). !< old with aMgaUM expeiiMi of'"rl.-: pivjr tu i ..1i'I|' I I LEADER-ENTERPRISE FrMty Oct a.4I' JN9-'I

Tentative. f{, Plant door prttcc were .",m 1 d( CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE 100 new |mpr \e4 double redpainaxua Mate Jordan (rag .beat) has
plant for a (lower -d Spank Dude booklet wU U'ed' t. Its A I. WhiU. Mrs HUe )| II aianU. M wfcHepaliwrtua a 1-** "",* Cf., Suns afcu4
how to Iw iponmrwl br South be ready for distribution at ,' M Brown Ph I'' r
and Mont hake II" It !.... plants U-H Mr 1 yarn old In good 'odlUoj eaiM
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Dade Garden Club in February beginning. of the winter leaaonreport >1. busMwa salon. u p5mf|' H I D. E. ...... OouMa ('''0411 I 7S. IOO; wood' burning' fire-
were made at a meeting of the Herman .......... Ttmli r per was served to the 3t pnriirperneI r, plat'. knotty pine ,..ll>. large

dub Monday evening In the garden M.. more than were . AMMMNMMwnt was nwide thai .........._ .................... I kitchen Venetian/ binds. YM)
center of Redland fruit andg4ce last rear ] eeaajrwn meeting mill bo Mid : i .. For Sale Real Estate srlll like this me, eeeedallf the
Pork Dr. r B. UacelnWM It was decided that. club mew-I Oct. 16. I IJ Card of Thank e"'A"&-...--A.6.A.A&""., prkoe. Only tr.MJ with goad ;
placet In chMH. aaangaifcent I Il _.AAA".A"4."........A........ term Phone 7d1-J and take a

aMrs.. Herman Heioloin. chairMM MRS D. K. THOMPSOK J NAMES CHAIRMEN I coMct Income propertJ-I-bed fur- !look

of the ChrMmaa decorsUoo FOR IJUNCETON'ICo I DEMONSTRATION CUW Member of the amity of A. fished home CIIlot IMxlM, kVho Jordan (..... broker) hat !'
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,It Deputy to thank; their! with assorted
tropical fruit and
committee railed a meeMnc of I a new CM home with I lara .
i Intends! for the flowers and the ,
her group for Monday evelll.,. plantings; can be made Intoduple I bedroom. I tiled bath, WgJatoualed u9
Fifteen thouund of the Red- unitw. chairmen wen Present, besides those mm'tkmtd many other expressions received *, Room fee I tars Total I living perch, venetiejiblinds I
named by Mr. D. 1C. Thompson, were kin. Fay llutchm in their bereavement pri< iflWS with terms. See Eehoe' threuihouU Total pilesonly I .
MARY ANN WOLTENBARCER new president of Princeton NDemonstration of' p ion, Mi* W. W Bethea, Mr.I MRS. A. C. DEPUTY n0 r"'" "'S Jordan .re,. broker) Ph. .. 1"0.I ''.'10 down, balance \
Club Ralph Hunt Mrs. J. L. MlUra.j)THAT plea.d. esh.ds arpsise term Ph TW-J (lit)
HEADS TOUTII at meet
CROVRMary a Mr* LeRuy Chamber *. loby s lore Mans)tut ee UtMoUd Member of the family of Mr. I-b*.ro m house, ale bath, "rtlno # J
ing held Tuesday in the home olMr f Q. W Drlgger ... .....Cllt.labr..UM. vemth t eadaeftiiMt Ruth Freaeur Anderson NORGEany floor, utility ........................- '
wish room
Ann Wolfenbarger. tIth.nk ear-
was *, i. E. Campbell of NaranaThe ) .In ale wMrtaf ...... .Mae Miscellaneous
elected president of the Intermediate appointments are: member- ae tkootis this LeKkstsd. ogxe. their Mends for the many port. ISdn ft lot. Term ar- .. ._
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Tint Methodist. Youth ship> Mr*. C. A. Bryant; gardening ap m4 .bass. set .bf ats attttaf. .* beautiful expressions of aympa $ILP-D.fROTIR ranged Ph. 441 (*t.-U) e' """ "" "".. "'' .. 1 :
Fellowship Its business meeting lofts. J. E Campbell Choose Heart .rcIJM. SoBMtw ken to*... a lot In their bereavement. ,1'0'
; can kin, end that's' when, yew CMM la A YARD BARUEX3 Complete "i,
Sunday night
made Margot WtllaonWM ping Mil Maybrlle' Home;: To Match .tec tMi .Insist "fc* lae SAOOVE./ CA 1-......... ..._............... I List lawn .rviN.. Phones TCt-J and ;
vice-prealdent and YOU SAW ADVtRnUD Your
nutrition Mr*. Walker Martin;, AND tOOTIXS.., W ebMa kf Property 59I.W o4-tf
Salli* Wright, lecrelary-treaiurer. clothing, Mr* Frank Hendereon:, smtdla a (........ a.B.esers.id s a. .. ... For Rent ( ) 1
Committee chairmen will be Serving NeedWhen ...10,.. . ...A.A..AA..A.......
appointed home improvement, Mrs. Ralph M ta-Hedl* ert Dept. ej tats IN LIFE! .
later Hunt; home management Mr*. paper re<|uetlia' > leatel. Me. U4t. I II We Have{ Buyers Homestead Olaaj C -OUs* tor pall
Mr* Bruce EnnU .is counselor R. Hampton; 4-H Mr. Edwin the homemaker purchases Echo Jordan (reg. \broker) has .I purposes. W* do steal aaah.
Of the group Owena; handicraft Mr, David heart the number she will be cooked whole, cut In half diced I two-bedroom furnished home, gluing and gluing of all type
Colburn; exhibit and recreation cross the grain cut 'la smal l lpieces I for rent In the country. 171 *, Yowl Hnll hlresl Again t-bedroom frame home living II N W. tnd *t Phone ITS.Ooulds .
MEW MEMBERS INVITEDBT Mrt. A. L ,Campbell; publicity, serving I II an Important point. or ground.If nee yearly Ph TW-J. (ol)I room, dining room. kitchen
Reba meat
According: to Staggt,
HOMESTEAD CLUB Mrs. Roy E. Witten"ler.M. expert, lamb hearts are excellentfor cooking In liquid add MM, ONLY $19911 bath. GLASS JALOUSIED: pumps, tale and service.
Women interested In home demonstration ..*. Hendenon showed clothIng Individual serving Veil, and teaspoon salt for each quart ol r For rent: Neatly turnlthed I. porch Include hot waterheater SILVER PALM SERVICE. Silver
work are Invited to aample and demonttrated anew pork heart will serve one or two. water Simmer until tenderIttto I room apartment for couple. 170 faa Move and Nedricrcfrlgentor I Palm dr. Newton rd. Ph. 1

Join the Homestead Home Demonitratlon gadget for marking tuckiand A beef heart ts I Urge enough for 1 hours for lamb, pork or veal i N. W. 4th at, PH." 452.R. ((01)) lit UI prove to jou thatno ONLY 11,600. Price down 11,200 with aVl-Vr-l. Jtlf/ )
Club at It. monthly\ pleat Mia Olga Kent, .10 to 12 serving. aVfc to 4 hours for beef heart paymentConvenient
meeting at I 1:30: Tuesday In the aulitant county agent, patted on In cooking all type of heart. On. Interesting vsrlaUon Is I FURNISHED z-room apt private other refrigerator defrosts terms on the bal. SEE ALEX LANint: for 'well
Future Farmer clubhouse at U19M. awing. hint /It I Is long slow simmering that I stuffed beef heart An apple bath, free hot and cold water. . like Norge'a built anre drilling N I. Kings Highway,

Krome ace The groud made pllni to rut 'brings out the fine flavor This I prune or apricot or other fruit i gas stove Mrs. V. F. Booth ill in I-bedroom FURNISHED home Ph. iJl-R.
Visitor, also are welcome out multiple itencll at a Workmeeting variety meat should be cookedin I stuffing it. Ideal When stuffed, N. W. SIb ass (ol) defroster Lane Ilx'lng room separatedining
on Oct.) 21 In Princeton moist heat as by braising or the I opening .is skewered closed room, papelled. den. WK DO reliable wateh\ repairing.;
rIESBITIRIMi.cu: Church of tha Nazaren cooking in liquid. Heart can be I and the heart slowly braised. 10 acres glad farm land Ph. Harris Rcfriention C Beautifully landscaped yard Wood Jewelry" McCrory Ar
TO MEET OCT. IICircle Pecan: pie and coffee were terrine T-3746,, E; A. Maxwell, ( ,. with'" barbecue Price M.T50. each (('UUJ"

Ted of the Women of served by the hoitett Eureka dr, LlnJpen rd. (ilt-ol) 141 N, Kreme Ave Fk. Ill Term RADIO RKPAin-OuIrk aervlr

homestead. Presbyterian Church S-room upstairs apt East side of All work guaranteed, Prices
will meet I In the education building Mr. Herman Helnleln of Coconut house. Shan Frigldalre gn 2-bedroom' CDS home, screened reasonable Robert J, Brooks,
at IIS: Thursday, pet. 12 Palm dr. spoke on security Outstanding Values stove, 120 month until' season. porch, living room with fine-, Robert rd., J just nortl of Palm 1 1I
announce Mrs James Harris Wednesday afternoon In Miami Mr*. Maud Chandler Silver DAMP CHASERS kill keep place dining room, kitchen Dr., Florida City Ph CS4-W. !
chariman. Care will be provided at the meeting of the Comitock Palm dr.. 2nd house W of Trnn dampness out of your piano. bith SEPARATE I-car ,.n,..
for small children. School P. T. A. rd. Ph. 4I7-J-1. (sJStf) Piano tuning and repairs. Chas. IS.OOO down with I4T monthly I I Expert watch and Jewelry repair I
Helper, Ph 1171. (iJJ-lf) FIIA payment In II. All work guaranteed. Neil's'
In Used Cars Desk pace In ground floor office I IS S Krom Phone IIS. (olU)
available in renter of Homestead I-bedroom CBS furnished on i
I business district.( Phone Orchid blooms for sale $1 and 14 acres. Total price $8,900. I PLASTER: PATCI1INO. Work
783-R. up. Chas.J,Fay, Mowry dr.,I ml. Terms. I guaranteed Francis Fox Ply"
BAMBQP TAVERN (/JyH28)For ) W. of Krome. Ph. JI7-J. (stf) 147... (alai) I
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; 1912 Hudson 2-door Sedan-New paint, new .. ..............................-. II ease. Frlgldalr Beverage NICELY FURNISHED CBS HARDEN Hauling,, land".PIL ..
I Sale-Mlsccllineous home ,on 7 H-acre bearing topsoil, potting pun l!, sand rock: I '
Closed seat covers, new headlining, practically .................... ........"A4 Cooler Ultra modern stainless I avocado grove, Large living fill. Ph I43-R. Writ nt. 2. Dos
steel roll under bar
top dry 1 kitchen i
tires. room, dining room, 14-A Homestead.
new I cooler, brand new. Regular! 1582.! with garbage' disposal and I
Plant strawberries now. Free On sale, $4JO. Harris Refrlgeroi
For Complete. dishwasher Two LARGE bedI I
j $345 delivery II per 100 plants; $7 lion Co. Ito M. Krom Ave, Ph.! rams with tile bath. Separate1room PAINTING and DECORATING
jl Renovation t194Z per 1000 Call 8SI-W. (otf) J... (s29)1) I CBS apartment. I.... Interior and exterior McLean.
Phone T46-R. (p.131))
Solar water !heater $100, complete Reed Poultry Market now sells i: garage Price $15,000. Terms,

Dodge Sedan-Radio, plastic seat covers, with fittings and 100-gal. fresh fish on Thursdays, Frl-1 I
I tank. Call tU-W or 421XWo days and Saturdays. Phone W.?i i AIM good buy, In GROVES, Lawn mower rental and repair,
Watch for Opening cpotlight,back-up light, new paint (o ) Across from Margaret Ann. I ACREAGE, HIGHWAY frontag SILVER PALM SERVICE, SlU
ver Palm dr. & Newton rd Ph.
.,< and business property
Under New Management $1245 I Chest of drawers, princess dresser ((1IS.tn) i i I 591-W-l. (jolt)

\ stand 4-potter bed, box RUBBER llOSa, more than I FOR COMPLETE: REAL
I springs, maltreat; 1-plece sectional carload In Miami stock Every ESTATE SERVICE ae t W* buy, tell and trade guru and
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davenport.. I end tables, j I kind and every mime for every pistols of all kinds Nell's 13 8Krom
1947 Ford! 2-door Sedan-Motor overhauled stands; breakfast suite, 2 'lamps purpose-fire, suction\ Irrigation, *. Phone 111 (oU-tf,>)>
and runs like new Utility cabinet, dishes. F. J. Six. spray welding, air I top-quality RICHARD FUCHS

. ...., . I. ., :" Coconut'Palm' dr. at Robert rd, brand of Harden hot*. Our pricesare Registered Broker W* buy eld gold Teeth. old rings, I
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: 945 ( 4)Bresdy ) sinning. Inspection Invited,. ,Jabs H. Hale art Fate HefnerItHlOered watches. ete Nell's, IS S. Krom.
me . ",""' o 1.11, 'I 1 AmsBon Ho** and Rubber Co. Salesmen Phon (.. ,UI.
tractor wHh 111 .
3. :. rte power mower s T
Our Farm 3944 N. Miami ave Ph. I44MI. T
cultivator plough and harrow 1111 If. federal Hw7.rhon .
IJOO. Ph. T47-W-1. (ofl-20)) (sIS-tf) +.................. ........
III P.O. Box tn
1938 Chevrolet 2or Sedan. : WantedJob ::
MachiryService .. Goulds house pump and tank I Iyr for sale: All varieties of mango Member of Chamber .._...-,0-- .....ea f
$95 old 185 See In operation. trees, Ins per }OO, Brooks- of CommerceESTAVERLOHG .
Flora N. Krome. Ph. 581-R. Tower Nursery, Inc. (m2-tf! )
T" Wanted-Any kind. T. II.
I ; .... (pol) Hall. Redland hot,). (p 6)Sharecropper
ROSES{ guaranteed to live and
: '. Chevroftl'Wloor condi For. sale: Winchester model 75 ,
1911 Sedan-In fine bloom. AARS winner from for pine land well
? t} .,1 22-caltbre' clip magazine target the South'i large grower of located S. B. Rohrer Ph.884JL .
tion. rifle with Lyinin sight" Reasonable ,
patented roses Write now for (12511)
rh .n or 2I1-M-4. (0811)( ) ;
c;n' save you 'lime and $475 new full color free catalog. Wanted--homes' for tea affec- ''
.. money Beautiful '
; antique rocking chair
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TY-TEX NURSEKIES, BOX 53J, MOTORS. INC. tlonate attractive, nearly grown /
r F, J. Six, Coconut Palm dr., at IsYLER TEXAS. ((18.211)) llameslrad. ".. female kittens, Will make good
: Roberts' rd Ph 153-R-2.
NIADQUARTIR! '. .Just( what It service I (08)) rat catcher Ph. 404 I

Here/'f what tef try to dot. 1947. International 1-ton Truck-Stake body. Two cletrsc .tractor, I IVi-ton 20 cu. ft Rst uril\ Peach-In- AuthorizedDODGE.PLYMODTB I ...
for In excellent condition. Chevrolet 4i4; I Hi-ton. CMC Cooler food conijlsm, ,uaren- I
Eked Keep every Ford Trac- truck, 1 24-lnrh plows, 2 discs, Iced $III. Hattll Itefrigrratlon I :
.' Trades. tar and every piece of $845ESTAVERLONG I I Hl-ipeed potato planter I flow Coy 140 N. Krome Av., Ph l ls2 SIGNS
I"" Mi! Kciiterltt Dearborn Farm Equip. sprayer 2 potato diggers, ( ) [Part Service

sent working at efflelency I other equipment Dean Thompson. .... .... j'
6 ram top II CONCRETE BLOCKS ,aU a.ne.BruN' 8. I1s6tr-rh. 171 Herman Marks
iorbacS .
Ph. PrrrliM
7-5911.
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,.. and be Johnny. Block Co. Ksrsnjs, ,
Igldpalat Mi faitIipirt n-lbe-pot when torn, I Phone 573.TOWER. .

thing COM wron,. We Buy II
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FtrUng Ufomatlol Some of ear service |I. MOTORS; INC. Burlap Bagsand Woodman: ruMPs Water, MOVERS Pumpl.Mowmsster \ LAND SURVEYING -..

free; some costs only for Cotton flags Power Mowers
the ,part; some require a 'Dod r>PIyAonth Sales &Service Priced right Liberal terms..
F. DUMJ!
We alas *.cuu.. sad Hugh
reasonable labor rbat .. 'llomestead REDLAND FEED it SUPPLY
''N Flagler'Avc.. Phone 378 Mil tlMBS.
But you'll find lair Phone 731-J Everett \V. Shuler
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I we want to keep on sere 1 I A.B.C. BAG CO. Deerins rhea IIT . . Ann 5. p. as. Tlt-W I
. 1 log you for a long time. For sale: Mccormick-
type tractor. Small, compact,
911 N. W.
5th Ave. .
powerful excellent mechanically, Homestead Engineering Co.
Benson Electric Services Benson Electric Has Miami good rubber, power take-off. Ph.
Growers Equipment Company Phase M-2171 4M-M-2. 'Ill/1 I( 4tf) REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR
Radios & Refrigerator Philco Appliances I
Frigidainlcru AFRICAN VIOLETS New, ..
... Beverage n'mNIIrltlIlH.. Mrs. Fred -
215 s. Flagler Ave. Phones 302-303 rrinecten. en t
rrlMeUa.rk.IU Cooler :year old. New price, Fuchs, Roberts! rd.: & Waldln
1224. Sale pre( $130. Harris ( ),
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Refrigeration Co, 140 N. Krome Good Health
Ave, Ph. IM. ( }' New I.bedroom.-u.a; tile ,
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carport, terraxto floor The Keystone of Happiness
Breezeway Drive-In I Seminole TheatreTWO 20 cu. a Frlgldslr Reach-ln- Tams Phone 442. ( i dr'll) I ,
Cooler t :year old. Original
price "IS. Sal price, 2295. liar. I:For asle: 40 acre high pin., j jcr Courses of treatment outlined to suit

Adntsaleafrrio. 4lc Ta* IneladadL' SHOWS DA1L:1. M* I r. )t. ...... Ka. 171 rl. Refrlgerstlon Co. 140 N. for avocado, mangos or II your individual requirements. ..
SATURDAY and SUNDAY eentUaem I tO ItAdnUaseeai Krome Ave, Ph. 16. (s2l) I 441-J-l or - !/ ) j ji -
OUdrea Viler Twarv Aajnittod. Flee, With r....... Admits JOrtl. tees: Misses (till I fx as.), SKChlMrea i MASSAGE\ : General and Corrective' ",
; aader tea tu lu U _1"(1'.. .kidded.)
lox Offle Oftmt 'M Shew Starts T.M
CABINET DATJlS: Steam and Vapor
Uat Times Today "Qme' A Thlr and "AlasaV fstrel Last Times Today: "BODY AND SOUL" Giffen Industries Inc. .
COIANIC IRRIGATION: Modern equipment

SATUKOAT, OeL T SATURDAY tfet 1..:D..M* Feature rretram ,
Wl OFFER A SAFE SENSIBLE KEDVCDia FLAN
WANDA HENDRIX In
ROBERT MONTGOMERY. JOHNNY MACK BROWN JANE ADAMS In
"RIDE THE PINK HORSE"Also "LAW OF THE PANHANDLE' Roofing of All KindsPouredbPlace

CHARLES"TRAIL"Durango Kid"RUSTLERS"STARRETT, BURNETT In And"SQUARE VERA VAGUE DANCE with an all KATY"star cart la Gypsum Decks J. C.. Simpson ,Rionie K.Kegls4ere4 Si pson

Cement Tile Manufacturing Maaaear Registered M..,.**
SUNDAY and MONDAY, Oct. $-'
SUNDAY" MONDAY Oci 1-1
MARJORIRE MAIN PERCY KILBRIDE, and Kettle family InMA ROBERT TAYLOR. PAULA RAYMOND la Solar Water heaters By Appointment Only Phone 116-W.
& PA KETTLE GO TO TOWN" "DEVIL'S DOORWAY" ,

I Also GLORIA JEAN DAVID STREET In 1 1I Added: Carte**. ralh Mew 0 Sheet Metal Work : ----t
I -. SURRENDER DEAR" I II
TUESDAY*. WEDNESDAY, Oct. If-ll .. Insulation
TUESDAY"4 WEDNESDAY. OH. lt-11 LUCILLE BALL WILLIAM HOLDEN. JANIS CARTER In
I Ed. L Branam's Funeral Home
JEROME: COURTtAND. BEVERLY TYLER to "MISS GRANT TAKES RICHMOND" ACGUlticallfattrlalJ[
TALOJIINO"Color
( Technicolor Aided; Ca aa> sad Csrlasau: Air Conditioning SVCCESSOB TO TUKMEl'S

HURQ' RATTIELD. RAY WALKER. nAN WILLIS in THURSDAY sad FRIDAY Oci. ItItTYRONE 24-Hour Oxyjen-Equipped Ambulance
Fan Ventilation
MCIIINATO\VN AT MIDNIGHT"TH11SDAY POWER. ORSON' WELLES.: CECILE AUBREY la'I

tmt FRIDAY Del It-It I '. THELACK ROSE"CoIW 'i Air-Conditioned Chapel .
'BRIAN DONLEVY.!: WILLIAM BENDIX in ( by Technicolor) Yret EsUatai* I ,V

"WAKE ISLAND"Ala AeJadi Cart mm r.nmimm.( VtmiOH. 272 Aragon AY*, Cord G Jl/) J /i iPhoaet Cremation ; ; ,

LEO GORCY. THE DOWDY BOYS lo I c.-... ll-Ml.TOAST or NEW ORLEANS'. wish 'If#; -
"FIGHTING FOOLS [aIWdee+ (irars.a sad Dana N..... : -llidl . 41664.183di1 J Phase 274 HomettcHtd, ....
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preys Jackson Memorial )HospIV wit 'I'W eeaakMMperr. aal. Ye&nr Belbi Auld fc-LEADfiR-ENTERPRISE Friday. Oci <, 1966Phylll :

DEADLINE NEARTO tat ....010 to build M armory gested' till ine ef pereaaaial of the Low Flower Border Frames In Keeping Bugs Away
and '*.080 for two health l uaIt clerk' or the MeW **d water HOlt: -Would you like to tee
her dog U a won
**y*
REGISTER FOR clinic building department ofdcet.er Tax Assessor View of Modern House derful welch dog "Why' Juat! last. I our helium plant Hi tremenoV
Polls will be open on election, Bdw Hlekeen. Crouch said. week" die said, "a burglar .broke I out and quite Impressive" .
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day from I a. m. to t that In hit opinion the Importence m and the dog watched him Heel I GuIlt: "Oh. Indeed W low Ml 10
BOND ELECTION at Peniae Community of the Job demanded the ." ...
p. m. everything In the house"-Ex. I Just adore flower* t
House. Goulds Supply. Store, service ef (A Maeraanoed bookkeeper 11 I
R...... Orecery, THMeto. Oreeery -' or *. aeeettn4etBrendcmburg flI
Registration wlU cod tomorrow at .'t..weton. Homesteadfire Wm Muiselwhlt
for the Nov. 7 election.
station and florid' City town and King were appointed to determine -
Registration book.. brought tothe whether two Iota at the I
hilL Your Roof
courthouse Do Not Gamble With
lobby for these corner of N W Second are and ,
last two day, will be open from Second .It might be used for
a. m. to I p. m. today and from. BUDGET building by Jehovah Witnesses .j'
| a, m. to I m. tomorrow Rejuiremcnt .
p.
Asslstint. City Attorney VernonW Oont let FIRST TIME
THE
night-flying Insects DO IT RIGHT
( an m tyears realOene (Continued from !Pal On) Turner reported on the ,ayemor' interfere with outdoor
In Florid end six moo ''uJ water cJtopl1l1ment'WII referred your
council In Tailshassee '
J Jo. Dade County for study of City Clerk R I:. Edward attended safety\ ( lent. week by pleasure) after dark Try using Tea bank M It fer pretectlen, which H ..UI.I... If
vtllow enameled bulb
Freeholder vote In the Nov and Auditor Stanley H. over !picnic -
Turner *,nd Councilman Walter" Installed with the belt material modern
tables,, properly
doorway
gardenf or
2 county bond of ..
election 'UI'Oll recommendation
on /MUM Crouch, ': ;'-
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of 18000,000 to extend and I Ira- I, Committee Chairman J. T. God- Welu three-year audit of the booksof i -,. wherever you want light outdoors equipment and trained Mechanic. U I* the. fob rlihtIiuwaare .I
at There
11 night no magic In the
lesdlagBaaaftetarers.
far prelectioB. Approved I by
James Archer Smith Hospitsl |I. yellow bulb, but, according to yew
was submitted but not read. =: General Electric lighting ,pert.lI. &.lee...., local Material and labor

Thirty arreits and Otto In fines t'teeetrnt u, lets. bug are leu attracted to
Getting Close to r were reported. for September by :t L ANNUM Mlat yellow bulb than to white one I >
Police Chief W. F Brsntley Fire
Keep Flaat law la Front el tbe New O* 4Ury tleme*. of the Mm wattage Use themIn
Chief Elmer, Sullivan' report for either 60-witt or 100-watt, MOORE Roofer
the sam period listed a stove fire A new type of plantln' It required the ground I. anted with I bor sires. However when. uaing the B. M. ;
and an automobile fire. Septenvner for modem homes oee'story. with' der of annual chryamnthemumr. I 100-watt air* protect It from the
out high baoments, with mats growing two feet tall. bearing }
Income of Lay Lawrence Dow
Root only one or tee asps above single II oven of richly vaned weather as shown In the sketch Phone) 305-J
Farming Time Library, (25 .6S. illghtlyreeded u- ground: IeveL orange, brown. white and ytuow above.
It* expenditures of 1239 12.| Till shrubs and avergreene used IIow.. . .

according to Mr. Fred Suber, In "foundillon" planting grow too Edging Uda herder II a row thigh 'I If you're building g new home,I We are net Jacks el, all isles We Itt Tom Dick tad l
librarian, for I tk.e low bouser. m.k. ageratum, one of the beat .ourefl
leg them ...m tower, and ..,..ntu01 blue tones for flower borders one of the thing you wont wantto Harry do that
lSTUDENT ally hiding them hun view and That are many other combine. overlook U to include several
LOANContinued shutting the .unahlne and view out Ilona which could be tiled In a weatherproof outlets for outdoor
How About That from: One Landscaping should trams the .Imllar way to produce a pimping' holiday and garden lighting If I
fag* )
( \ hnuw and emphasica Its good err.rt.1n
harmony with the eolorJpolnll. your present home does not have
of congreu to iitabllnh differ A low hOUH should never or house wall and rool In. pllnl.be weatherproof exterior outlet, ,ou''
dwarfed by taU plants before or log near modem houses .Im,,"
moulds In cuitoms duties. The still
Good Used Truck) ? around It; and a anal house should color achemes. two, not over thr can use light outdoors by
when
the time :
1830 date mark
connecting tension cord to
not be made to seem smaller I Only harmonlous colors, are usoallr a"n'
mSchlnei began supplanting. low plant. should' 'be sued In; front aldered 1 best Any of tin eun::bving; outlets In the garage or on the
handq! d,+e ,, : at low modem houses, annuals' which grow tG a .ultablo porch.If I' YOUMWNOTKUOVS e
We have 'em Skelrhlncomparatively( recent Thou affects eln be wD height may be used at tho tail, I .

furnltur history, Mr, Ballard the achieved ruhlon by for annul dowers dower In the:front and west and mouth alder CJt houses: but you're lighting your garden JUST WHAT YOU NEED JTNATS

...Idh.. early Pilgrim furniture yard tl spreading rapIdly. An el' ora the, north \lArleU.a which are for the tint time don't forget
war built for uUUty only 'and ample 01 the e"ert which they prooebo..n.knowa. to endure abode must b4 that much of the subtlt effective- WHEII WEN 1P117IU ,, ;;
It It
Importan'' that tho
will last for ever, I am sorry to dun It glnn M the illustration. On : col nets of your 'lighting I II lost If
say, lor.tIt.refl'/ nothing gracefulor either aids of Ill. door a globes ore used In borders lround the you can see the lighted outdoor YES INDEED/ a '
shall htrmonlM with th
.hlped evergreen' In a tub I. "oed.bou. s
pretty about It. Furniture bulb or bright spots close to It
made In Nnpoleon'l time Is called which rather would then a 10011 pyramidal grow too era rgran tarp. house forming cobra I h.rmonJolil. rcpe.LIn conlsare them. III'dn One Ingenious gardner who foundIt

Empire furniture. Modern furniture Impossible to conceal his pro.Jertor *
Bird Chevrolet Co. 11n. where bOUI. will meets complementary colors.
ih* laid li most nearly ,I floodlights worked out a f"I
. allied to early Egyptian furniture clever home-made device to take
i car of his problem. To conceal
"Soma of the plea dug up I the bulb, he placed It In a large I
107 N. Kromc Ate., Homestead (Phone 98 : from the Egypt; of thousands of, size funnel and threaded the I
I
Good Germination ? Yes! I
yearn ago look ai if they might weather-proof cord through the
have been mid In Miami by the I neck A second lamp was ringed.
I Royal ralm'facN-lei" the said up In much the sums way from
The oriate furniture of the Plant three-pound site tin can .

Victorian era' mulled from the I i' I For Your Convenience Hate Your Every
: .
;egnf HOW 7p i fact that Queen! Victoria, a paragon 1ti1IL .ld : Bird cf a Reply
: of shall' simplicity and strict- I '
An old man wee sitting on the Building Need from A' to Z'
fleas" In manner. morals and '
BREDRITESEEDS porch of a little village store
i fmhlons, did not object" to eUburste '.
: when a big shiny car drove
up
.
furniture, said Mn, BulUrd \ .
As a remit, her subjects.-*nd the I with two strangers In It A-AtbMtH Product N-Kill*
...... "Hey, then one of them
rest of the world *h. Influenced r.ea I
YOURNEWI railed out "How long has this B-Builder* hardware O-Oak Flooring
'went town" with
to
gingerbread town been dead" I .
whatnots TOMATO'ISEED( I The old man looked at them C-C.bln.1I P-PslnlQ
---- '-
I over the rim of his ppectacles
D-Doors Quality Millwork
>>
Bible Readmit J Pledge r.roU'l'n1 Globe "Well not long. I guess You're
J KITCHENi i To He' hked ItaptisNMemberi I the first' buziardi I've seen" E-Exterior Plywood RtJIMwood Siding
-Ex I II
ol "Irat BaptlM Improved Rutgers .. F-Fir Framing Lumber bhelvtng Pine

i Church of Homestead on Sundaywill New Wilt-Koslstant Grothen Globe I Thinks' Bo I O-Uypsoas Predict Tkreshelds
be asked to pledge themselves
to read their Bibles dally Several weeks before the elec.) Ilardboard (MaaenltejfI U-Upen Beard "
for the next three months The tlon, we were riding on a but. "
}1 I pledge will culminate the Biblecrusade CUCUMBER! SEED when we overheard! one man ask ......... Finish Y-Vara"l1- ... 'P1Jambe ".,' ,
1I I' I another, "How I I. wife goingto -I
your
I llnptlat reading Training conducted Union of by which the Early t ftrVcn Marketer\ vote?" W VTe4 ShbagleeKKnotty r

I I MI. Ruth Smith U director. I "The same a. I"m. of course". Pine X-Xecllent Molding.
I'almtttui
Other organisations of the came the complacent reply, .
church are co-o|>eriiUng In the I I 'Interesting' If true." we reflected L-Lumber s., + TZtudstek (Pram) '

unto and nil Sunday the Rev But I few day later we z-zir
M-Me4lcln. C.bll," Seals
John II Whltt, pastor will preacha We ha' complete stocks of ''I glimpsed the other side of the
a
ipeclsl sermon on the value of coin
nible reading I It was in an elevator that we
On Monday. Turaday and Fri. Scedilled Dusts and Sprays heard one woman auk another:

diy nights next week Bible study 'Are you going to vote the way
"'
rourte will be taught for the your hut-bund does
adult and young people departments t The other. woman grinned, and
by J L. Kulp for the Intermediate I replied: lie think I am."-Ex, /, .

McMiihnel purtment and for the by Junior Wm Kilgore Seed Co I -;:Apparent-- I II i 1 N.IROME( aV_ era

I department by Mrs Charles to
I You ve got to' band It the

11kf .7 < {IlQJ ft'Jt J Lee Smith, Manager wait on himwIf.--Aniwers.n.il.TTTnill'.l.l.llu. I

r/ at MULLINS Gene Cooney Signshas II "" l! II i I II ,; I:: :: : ":: '! I i,,>' Plumbing, Can es
HOMESTEAD FLA PHONES il and 111

mined( to i NOTICE TO IJl'! SCRIBEIlS: CHARLES FALESPlumbing

II, "tlream .1"w, '; Please notify .* al once If :
pour men 118 S.I Kromc I Contractor J Fixture .
lj with beautiful.[ ,11m..I'oun.luwa kitrheaQTAftT . I you change your. address as the lasplie.
,
Ph6ne 38G R'
law -
.ON! office li required by
Ynila _.
fITZPATRICK'S FINE FJRMWtE to return to II copies of this
..,1... your sink with i gtrsniing, eireamfiad"Kitchenaikt" I I publication sent to year farmer
with Mention Electric Services sddres after five weeks or after
.rich..oili"'IIUI'I'f'I.in enam-
chit top, dish and veielabl pray, well'planned Ilidiot & Refrigerators I' Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods! I net lea than two Issues |I

drawer and. ilorag apace Cabinet Nark Chair Caning, Keflnlthlnc. I I I II You Can Own House e
rrlaeeleft.. Ph. 441 1 far Btorayae Or Redland ad none 514.J '!: : ;': : ::';'':"":I:!::; : ;!II.::I,:'[::! : ; ; : a
1M.*... your working! ....tt with a Mnlln_. I
-- -. - ---- ----- --
sweep of table-top\ csbmeU." Easy to mttall without I - ----

remodeling, i 1
Ge. H. touch Morris Cusdagne
,UM your r wad span with clont,convenient! r M-{ I

any beta kitchen.that match tbe other units and. It perfectly 111 A few of the full course dinners' Redland Mill BERBER QUILTt


COBM k today and look '.. aver served at & t

lOW IASY PAYMENTS I Sheet Metal Works '.



IE HAVE CEMENT The Lobster House Manufacture :Repair of Sheet MrUl Products To Your ,


161S..W..4th Homestead Ph. 471MJALOUSIES I I IU. Own Specifications i i


S. No. JJlerrlne ... . -- -- -- i
Brooker Lumber Co. I .

I Chicken Noodle Soup, Chilled Tomato or .Oranj Juice

Shrimp_ Cocktail 5
'
On .F.H.A.
Phones 62 and 813 Tomato and Lettuce or Chef* Salad Bowl with French .. \

or Thousand Inland DresslofCHICKEN. Terms and Interest '_,

t !I IOUTIIUM FRIED __ ___,,_'__' ... ___ IMS .
"
Glass I" Wood
SEA FOOD PLATTCai

Dr. J. W. RehbeinChiropractic \ i (Fillet Baasper. Shrtna, lobster aad SoalUs-. .'"-_.li0 i 4 Va "vl i jr See

I Fault CHOPPED STEAK With tried ...a..aH -....: ...... 11.11.

Physician BROILED FLORIDA MACKESEL*.-- +., __J.1.I1 I Aluminum

Castro Intestinal Clinic T Vegetable (Choice of Two) .;)

.. Hot Roll and Butter .
, , New.Building Construction
. '
Far the,trealmesit of I Iced Tea or Coffee; t't. "
I : LJ i Strawberry Short Cake or Ice Cream Repairs and Additions Under FJI.A. H.O. Barber

,CHRONIC ,STOMACH tod., \ . \ Ventilated Awning Shutters {

INTESTINAL DISORDERS SPECIAL CHILDREN-ft) PLATE: . GENERAL CONTRACTOR :

: : : Fried Chicken with two vegetables.m:, ,lay y,, i -- tScTJc I
N'URSI: UI ATTtNDAfoCaiOffice : : '
N. k\
.h, Pot Roast ft Beet Geoge McHuifc; Licensed and Insured Homestead. -. Ph. 176.t. !!

2 East Mowry:St, Homestead Fried Shrimp r.\ _'. ___I_Ill, !, ,\.J" ISe '
\ 172 S.. Kromc Ave.e Wr.ltI .:-
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Telephone. 132 I ..' lleftl'lat} to.J \ -. T<1,B .
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