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 27, 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: VID00736
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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? The Redland District .!Reliable; NEWSpaper !Since 1912' ')\\ ,


39th Year No. 43 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, -OCTOBER n, I1GO PrIce 6 Cent:, 1

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V.F.W. Armistice Day DORGAN LONGA New For Dates) Free to X.ray lie Sot TestsThe SAYS 30,000TO ''As' Farmer flladrtt Plant Begin Tomatoes to Dry!: 6000 ACRES EXTENDING TO BAY


Bounty health department'. Tomato planting la being

WORKER FOR, mobile X-ray unit will visit\ the BE NEEDED pushed on the glade as thewa.:
Rrdland District within the nox trr recedes, and much 01.he SEENBYEXPERTASBESTSUUEDFOR
rsln-damegat rprkland Is

Program Cut in Half two weeks.later on, dates The storm to be disrupted announced -- C being'& Phillips relented' of, rrpoiti the Honda Manager crop City

"PEACE PARKA AS
the schedule announced EMPLOYEESE State Flrmeis' Matket PERMANENT WORLDS'.FAIRTilE

I last week, and new dates are bo' Despite the recent heavy rain,, .
e log arranged according to Mr I phllllpi anticipate much larger
Marion Bemeckcr and Mrs. Os mkland: acreage than that of las
Because of W,, Dorgan ,originator of the fie Wills, the didtrlct'i public : N Clmighlon. Miami mono year l I.e! repasts that seed beds WKATIIEIl: Some alx to It"hou, d
SaturdayThe movement to brine the Inter health nurws chain owner and promoter who art' in good condition
American Cultural and Trade i is a mrmlirf of the Ititer-AmcrK . -- -- "' _, ".r".. rwesv err wnM_ acres between Homestead ArmyAir
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Center" to I site adjacent the -f. can Cultural l und Tiaile CVnler'' __ ...... Y e.'e..e er.e'is Kane. and Blscayne Day will

committee, was a speaker at the tohol.- --.., be urged by the Redland District
Homestead Air Field li a town L L. CHANDLER meet' TOWN\ COUNCIL 1.1.1 M.I.: ;111.1.Ocl
'n. Tuesday at the Invitation 10 IT 72 29."J 002VI Chamber of Commerce ai the
customary Armistice fay and regional planning expert who of Chamber
President
City to Consider liaise Phillip
parade and memorial service willbe'lpontoftd )For Utilities Worker moved to the Pedliind District I In RE-ELECTED BY! *, lie declined to commit him- SEATS TROXELL ( 20 80 71 af)7J Oil Ideal site for the tnUr-Amerlcan.

Nov. 11 by Arrant S ..... K* und M.... Dorgan reside relf ai to the Homestead ails, but i Oil 21 8J 99 S97J Cultural and Trail Center per.maneet .

Smith Post V, r. W. Business A ten per cent wage increasefor on Newton rd. :pointed: out that he I I Oct 22 89 69 201? world'i fair for the Amer*
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STATE GROIVIiRS\ have' traveled l 30 FRANK NAVILIOArthur Ott.3S ICM which: promised federal
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houses will be asked to close plant employees and linesmen Graduated from Michigan Slat 29 tl
from 9 o'clock until noon for the of the city light and wale College with BS In landscape the csted' meeting himClauRhtun. / It had not Inter, 1M. 24 00 tl8 2091 0.2POct. financing will make possible ''lathe

program which because the holiday I department It expected to b e architecture, In his youth he Luther L Chandler of.Gould' I I sketched evolutionof Tfoxdl and Frank Nivlllo :IS 8818\ 20 S6 Miami area,
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falls on Saturday will not recommended at tho Nov. I meetIng traveled through Europe and has been re-elected< Include the usual dinner and of the Homestead council. North and Central America for the Florida Fruit and Vegetable and Trade Center Idea from a Florida Clay room I Tucallq and representative citizens! of the

I! j J baseball game.According to. Parade Marshal I The wage hike Wit recommended ftrat-hand ajurty of town nd Association which recently plan advanced by him and night to fill the main left vacant BAYFRONT PARK district' listened with mounting
at a Monday night meeting o f regional planning,with special attention awarded hen Its annual fll'- Charlie Ltyton of the Miami by the resignations enthualasm Tuesday at a chambcrnDonMtred -
r WHIard Barnes of Council
15 float havealready
the council commitPOTATO .. to streets and traffic tlngulshed service citation for Dally Newt In 1944 for holding luncheon netting
t, been entered, and the Among his accomplishments are fathering the Florida-Cuban-. a world'i fair In Mluml alter the President Willard W Severy and RENAMING ASKED In Seminole! Trading Poet while
I Homestead and the Redlandarhool the following: Mexican quota pact ; war John n. Becker) Troxell wan A W. Doicart of Newton rd.,

bands will march. I He Initiated Ideal and plan Also re-elected were 'Vtce- Tills International, cultural elected council piesldmt author of the Homestead site
MEN
The parade will start at :SOat Chairman Dixon Pearce of. Ni RV FLORIDA CITY
from which Congresrman R. E and trade renter will be the big- The nppolntment brought poireto plan, told of the advantages the
the corner of N. Krome ave ami and Seeretai,'y-mamiRw I'*. local Cast: Glad site would, have
Thomason < the
of Texas had a bit Rest thing for Florida since Flax- town which had been spill
and Fourth at, march southwardto NAME ARTHUR Monte Grew of Orlando NanWat under over oillirr th* Graves,, tract 'In
pasted cresting the Big Bend ler built his railroad said over selection of a suerewnr Tl.r reesmin, rat itnme.
Flagler it, north on Flagler' treasurer Joffr teed
was David
North Dade InMiami'
or Virginia Key
National Park "No 10 Becker who
In that elate Claughton mutter where III resigned
and cast to the home. i of Orlando nowon leave 'of n.'rnn'.I! "IHike*) of the
post ,
Harry / ,
He planned a 1,000-acrt, til,. located everybody In Florida will reveral months ago to farm al area ol Ptscayne Bay,
county
Pierce li responsible for lining TO TOP POSTS absence for service 'with thekU.; rom".I"n In a up I 000,000 aviation laid subdivision '. benefit from It-and the farther Palm Clly The controverny was 1nnted Tuesday Both tracts art under consideration
military unit for the parade, S Air Force.Elected "1"11by
I for Bob Oakman of Detroit.H south 1I.\ li the more benefit we'llfeel a contributing cause for the 1M Florida :, as aite by the Inter-Amer
Fielding A. Ruff li making err -, to serve with the ch,'lr- City mum !! nn ican Center committee headed fcvDr.
r A. F, Arthur and R, D. Lon prepared the master pl.nfor ), for they'll have to go by resignation of Sever two weeks roeommenrtiilinn of the town',
rengement for the memorial 1 / man and Vice-chairman on _ihi" W, II. Walker of Miami, but
the 13
-mlle- Franklin us to get there go. .
> service to be held. at, It o'clockpn were reelected1rapecfivety'' s equan executive committee ('. nlannlna' ; board .
a were ''IIn. ) cools.gllsdbe.esytNiivUtoeweiy the Homestead Air field site haiThe'
Park
district In Detroit "ICs hard to conceive of the Both Troxell a former.
j the noruYiid of"'iMl ) home end** "Dl klftlln ''of fhufckt, H/mVd The rommlnalnn la iwiuenUd. d)o .
I presldjBTit MU c tafyVtrfftsureof H*'planned IIY'1101 tilt. tnagailudeitU npexci,willbe lint' boar brhad, o..f ffidIIU t.U. ..ag
moat .
ups u. .
at the flagpole.Post the Dade County Potato Grow I. Hough of Hastings and An ,,frontmoP:r\ Idalllu ml\f"-1 % pr'.f t'; 'seer I
1 1 Commander Important end beautiful tubdl We contacted" manuiaciureri an. sucfcuful{ c ndJdal t.l hi the town "ml Da ooh :
Edw Weiss Is
drew Duds, Jr., of Oviedo
general chairman of en Association at the annual visions around Grind Rapid, got 187 responses One manufacturer elt'rtlol'l'I"t' March: Natrtlio wait It I In honor of f> nt. Cnnvm's. Job will he In the hands
. Ceo S. Skall has arrangements chargeof meeting Oct. It. Others named a. Mich. said he would need 900.000square nosed out by one vote. lon...- Preston n Bird "who hi.unlllllfl"hly of I committee that may numberup
directors were Walter Peterson,, Hf- planned t 400-acre subdivision feet to exhibit his products When Becker resigned Use and IIn"Unlln.tv deoted to SO members. U will 1'011\\
street decorations and of asking '
business firms to conform to Pat Tuccl and J. Abney Cox near Arlington/ Wishing R. A. BURROUGHS I council favored appointment ol \- hie time' and cffniti no' pile Information/ Interview !landowners ,
I the requested holiday closing Arthur, Peterson Long and ton.. D. O. tof Ruby Lee Minor -We found 28 states willing to Troxell to the vacancy sell only to .Ihr, devrlnpnunt, nf |hip of the area invoiced, and
Cox were elected to represent the' He worked tm plans for 2S. DIES IN CRASHIN erect replicas of their capitols evoked angry protckta from an sack but 'for the general welfare present a brief to Dr. Walker'1
county group In the Florida Potato acre business frontage for Cora each tone of which would te element that favored Navlllo nf Ihe cnmmun'ty' ai a committee to ahow among other
Growers Association and to I Gates Subdivision In Coral Gables something of a Smithsonian Institution Following! a meeting which nearly whMo" thing that Dorgan pointed put:
REPEAL GARBAGE attend a meeting of the state body DEATH ALLEY V which the minerals I came In blows Severy re- Tim Flnr'da' City plunnlnnfwwrrt The Homestead Air Field tract

Monday, He planned Civic Center Subdivision and other* produrti of that' par.licular sinned saying he no longer muM /In commnert of Wm J with '.000 acres, would provide
TAX PETITIONS There Arthur was appointed for J. W. English In 1 stale would be exhibited,I devote the required time to the/ Hrronlmn. rhnlimnn. Joe A ample room for expansion that
ai a delegate from the state Homestead Funeral services were held ."Wh)', II will tuke 30,000 persons I office )Crlleho.a rcls'a P/in Na\')|ln, will inevitably be needed as nations
group to the National Potato Dorgan, a qulet-ipoken, earnest, Tuesday In Orlando for Richard for mainlenunco of the buildings A town election to seloit Mlllnr l Rutludito Smith and Duvld. and states. Increase a lsibl-
IN CIRCULATION Growers Association which will man in his late fifties li not Augustus Burroughs of Waldin und exhibits In the center" I Docker' successor no Ion 111'1' I.I li Lalian liana showing their hJ.torlclllIarlt.round

meet Nov. 13-14 In Washington, motivated by sectional reasons In dr., Homestead hydroponics farm Ai for financing the first Installment necessary as the two vaiumk's ------ - and cultural development
D. C advocating location of the Inter. er. who died early Saturday of 127000,000 In a I I mad, placGf for both Troxell and a* well ai exhibitions or
Repeal -of the 'controversial American Cultural and' Trade morning In a "Death Alley" car $100,000,000 scU-lKjuidating pro. I Navlllo their Industrial and 'commercial
garbage tax, or submission of the Center on the. .Homestead Air truck crash. The body was accompanied I gram has been promised by the I David Lahn and Dun Navllio KIWANIS\ CLUB produit The Graves tract cotnirinos -

question to public vote will be SERVICES HELDTHURSDAY field site, by Mn. Burroughs, RFC, laid Clnughlon None of this were named to this planning only I 1,000 acres; Virginia
Inked of the city council by pu a He has been advocating etabllahment and i funeral arrangements were money will 1 be used for purchase' board to fill the places yacHted .ELECTS: BROOKS Key after necessary filling lay
J jl$!\.petition- Caplet of the petition of such a center since made by Edw. 1. Branam of :of: land, ai only donated alto' will ) hy 'tho appointment! of Troxdl would I comprise 2.000 acne, '

were placed yesterday at Wollam [ FOR 1B35 when he sought to have the Branam Funeral Home., be considered, ho said I II Ifteildents /and Frank Navlllo to the council The local East Glide Is, under*
r and Kendrick grocery store Big Bend National Park 'area Born in Greensboro, N C, In AS PRESIDENT laid a few Inches from the surface i
Traynor'i Restaurant, Ben]. W. made a Pan-American Peace ISIS, Mr Burroughs had mad with solid rock which offers

j Morris's'Insurance real estate Agency attire Homestead and C. A. M'CLESREY Park Dr, Rau, at that time president ill home. her for the past sixearl 'I Critical Blood Deficit I Prompts SOS I f) R, J, liionki han been elmtecireildrnt a ready-marie foundations for the
of the Pan-American Union, )' hundreds of massive buildings
other locations. In addition to his wife, Mantra For Donors at Area Round-up Tuesdaycoffee of Florida Kiwanis
I Funeral services for Cecil told him, Dorgan says, that amore ;Club, Herman LUl'llI'1WDe made Dial would be conducted,where
Signatures on the petitionimust Anderson central location would be Josephine, h* leaves four bro- a* piling would hive to be sunk
! be those of qualified votri. Lift rd McChwkey of Farm needed for such .an Inter-Amerl hers, Fred A. and Than I* of I vice-president and Roy Montei, 10 to IS feet on the Grave* tractor
were conducted yesterday limeade will\ bo served fccrclary-treanuror.
can project Washington, D. C.. Wm H. of are asked to turn out or Virginia Key to give solid
I morning In Silver Palm by Mrs. A. de'Ullva, Mn Dun Elected directors were Jim
Ij Having been stationed at Dinner Larchmont N. Y. and Jack R en masse Tuesday at the South foundation to the buildings.

j Methodist Church by the Rev Ollva MUi Cecilia Olivia, ,Barker, Leonard Pyn, A, E.
Dr. and Mn. Smith Alfred Hedbcrg, Key ai a naval aviator in ,,01 Laurlnburg, S. C. and a sinter, Dade Blood Bank round-up to and Rmith Use of the Homestead area site
pastor Burialwas : Grady Lofton, Dnvld! Roberta -
of chamber The
secretary the
World War I. Dorgan ''MI.. Mclene Burroughs of Washngton. avert further complication
i would
Visit Central America In Miami Memorial Cemetery Returned meet a critical deficit. The area refreshments will he donated by , Herbert Hunter and ArttiuiE
under the direction of Edw to the Dada County anti after a has already used more than twice Richard FUchi, Mrs Frank M, Troxell. of Miami trlfflo: 'congestion,
: Dr and Mm. J. A. Smith ar-: L. Branam decision to come to Florida to The tragedy occurred: 11 the whereas use. of cither Miami s(&
of Branam Funeral the 41 pinta donated at the last Kent and Par-Ken and the gas The new officers will b* In-
rived home Tuesday after a Home work for his peace 'park Ideal. Burroughs' car sped by the arena would hopelessly bottleneck Mbami'a
.
I three-week sight-seeing and' Mr. McCleskey, 39, died Tues' When he had been a resident here of an earlier accident to crash roundup, according to Mill S. will be donated by Gai-Oil Products I lulled" ,at the first meeting In thoroughfares b' a volume

( hunting trip to the Panama Canal day In James Archer Smith Hojiul two yean he wrote a booklet, Into the rear of a lumber truck E.! Baker of Miami who spike Ina.Highllghta. January t/f traffic which Is difficult to ,
j Zone, Guatemala, Honduras and after a long Illness. A *- which ha had published In Homestead parked just north of Oouldi on on the local need at the meeting k conceive of now. Projected wldenng I

Costa Rica of Anderson, & C. be had native advocating establishmentof U 1. 3. I I. The truck driver, EarlP. Tuesday of Redland Dlstrlci Ilijliliplits of European Farm Tour I of U. 8. 1 from Homesteadto
,. Continuous rain and Intermit lived for IS In Coconut a Pan American Peace Park Hodges of Hollywood, reported Chamber of Commerce directors I Miami, widening and exten-
yean
tent .earthquake', curtailed the Grove where he operated a sundries between Gouts Canal and Fair- hat he had stopped to offer aid The chamber which is sponsoring Told by Sprinkle for Lions Club Ion of Cutler highway and construction -
'* hunting: expedition, but the store. Two years ago, he, child Tropical Gardens and from to occupants of an automobilethat the roundup request I II of new road south ,f
Smiths enjoyed the sights of brought his family here to live V, & 1 to Biscayne Bay, The had been hurtled Into ministers of the district to remind Miami would eliminate highway

Balboa, Colon and Cristobal In at their grove home. Dream booklet Is replete with maps and by a hit-and-run driver. Hodges I their congregation of the I of a SO-day agricultural their day'i work, Th German congestion between here and Mml. >

the Canal Zone San Jose and Acre, on .Farm Life rd. betweenIlSlIver (Continued M page Four) aid that h* had let out need. Civic organizations and tour of II.European. town-I farmer u.uaJlIv"\ In a village, . i
Gulfrlto, Costa Rica, Guatemala mm and coconut ..u flans and had attemntcd clubs art asked to spread tho tries were pre eniea lor inn nea-| and peg forth to little patchesof The r. E. C railroad spur \o .
City and a four-day tour to *. He was a down Burroughs. The Impactammed word among their memberships, land District Lions Club Tuesday land here and there which may Homestead Air Field used dutr
: Antigua and other points. I Silver Palm Methodist' ILILS. CROWNSFESTIVAL \ the,, automobile hood and business firms are requested night by George Sprinkle son of range In width from one row to log 'World War II to bring supplies I,
I Survivor: include: ills p.lm'i eneath the truck platform and to make It posiible for their employees Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sprinkle of 600 feet. and personnel to tee army
Gene Reynolds President Mrs Beatrice McCleskey; Burroughs Wit dead upon arrival to give blood. Roberta rd. Club guests were Dr. F Gray air has, would make transportation *

, ; Of Seniors at Florida U daughter Ocelli McCleakey; QUEEN at James Archer: Smith Hospital The roundup will be held at The conducted tour, sponsored Butcher of Porcine, University\ of \ of materials and Supplies fr '
Slightly Injured In the earlier Arrant-Smith V. F. W. Post homeat -l amount of building ;
mother, Mrs. Arthur Williams ofKlaml by the American Farm BureauAssoclaUay Miami ento-nol Irl ti; Dr T C. the enormous !
; Gene Reynolds., ion of Mrs. B ; four brothers, Norman, HERE TONIGHTThe accident were Mr. and Mn. Hor- 411 N K. Sixth are, from ta. was '''ft from Watkins, Ua..emlty of Cornell construction I simple matter.
t Harrell of Homestead has Dennis" Harry end Ray McClea- lee Swaner and Fulton Mitchell, .m.tolp.m. I Ceorge'i parents what, he grad professor of economic entomology The big air field Itself would ,
been elected president bf the key of Miami; and two listen, III 1 of Kendall I Doughnuts Danish pastry, uated In June from Homestead -who i II spending part of be Used by hundreds of private }
senior clan of University of Florid Mrs. Robert Jones and Mrs Identity of Homestead High School. The 23: member a sabbatical leave to observe plane owners who would bas>

I E *. Grady Cal* of Miami. schools' carnival aueen. who has' Horticulturists Will Hear Lynch \the party visited famous sites South Florida insect problems; practically. within walking dli- I
been chosen by secret ballot .f J surveyed agricultural methods ofj and Howard Perkins of Home tenet e( the Inter-American Casts ,

Redland to Crown j I her fellow students, will ,oe realed *- Nelson New Way to Bud MangosMustard \ England, Norway, Sweden stead.It tar exhibition buildings air when line '
Carnival Queen In the annual coronation I on land. franc and Germany, was announced that lhedub' they land. The regular I
ceremonies at tonight's fete. The annual Halloween\ party could put Homestead Air Field
t. Tonight in 18th Annual Festival I candidates for queen are; Nadine: Indian: farm lands rent tot will! be held Tuesday night, with on their route for the planeoadi
A new and effecUve way of research worker, will approximately M-20 an acre and
R. Pierce and Joan Crisaee, seniors; a show to be presented by th. of people bound: for the I
, Sylvia Ba nee and Joan ScuddarJ budding the tender root stock of present developments In lnl'Thepackaging worker are paid about IIS a Girls of the Gay Nineties. (Continued on Page Four)
and quick-free of. week George said The largest
Coronation of the queen will loving .
cup.Among { union; Edna Morris and Betty] young mango plants will be the
i highlight lime product dairy herd in the British Isle,
I ( tile annual .Redland
r School carnival to be held this to be presented entertainment for the features Louiae Clrpenter.homores; and subject of a paper 'to be presented Also expected to attend the made up of 700 cow., was seen Sincere Nesbitt Reynolds Made\
queen* Weinberg and Shiver for'the
Betty ,
Florida State three-day annual of the In Scotland where labor Is
I ermine on the school rounds. and her retinue will be meeting paid II
I i
rose f..hmen.The
The candidates 'are Suzanne dance by pupil of the first Horticultural Society by Its developers society which begins Tuesday. inOrl.ndo IIS a week In Holland aU the R.O.T.C. Lieutenants at Gainesville I
..Waetco' and Alene Odom of the grade, a baton drill by pupils of lions will midway and other attrac-! S. I. Lynch tropical are Dr, F. Cray Bulch.r.rttearcb farm land U governmentownedand
arnlor open at S o'clock j botany research professor at entomologist, Seymour all available I II occupied ,
class, Ann Brooks andjwetbea the third ,grade, and acreage I
-won'
'Turner of the Junior ,dancing by aenjor Ugh. square school b cnool-bought prizes.. will be University of'Mlaml. and Roy Goldweber horticulturist. and with men waiting for, Gainesville' Oct. 2t Cere-I rolled' In their third'' or fourth I
Ilia;'AIm Taylor\ and W'rnMBrl1ltllll pupil/ football y contestants la baseball and N.I-, university farm super- Dr. A. J. Stahl research pro. farms to work. monies for announcing; appoint :year, were those named to law 1
( threw ring toes, balloon, IntendcnL Both Lynch and Melee favor Only lUldelburf. the university I officer
of the sophomore lass, Besides I colorful big show,, menu of cadet officers for the I II positions.
hone ;
t end Carol/a Lonnibury and there. will be the usual thou darts *lug-fc -a-tub maka. Hull homa* .n .Mew- Paper will be presented also city, escaped bombing Selected foe Homestead! tot
Jeery Wart of the freshman 'attractions, food booths midway and snd .othef fan booths. i'': i ton rd. by Dr. Gee. a Ruehle Dr O ''I Germany which had about 70 coming year in the University ol' I ground unit were; Horace J.Sincnre J
a &
claa The successful candidate chicken supper General chair-' Refreshment 'will be pvolaLLethroughout' 4 0JaqJ'ftotilin lime will 0. Walfcnbarger, Dr Robert A. per cent of its titles dainauul Florida'* ground! an "U1. be crowned queen of the pun! pf the camfral Mitt Julia bake the evening and ,a be the- subject of Charles Gates Conover and Dr; Roy' W Il.rk- I George Mid. Germtn cattle alert I ,T.; C.:: units' were held nl the i loneph Nebltt, carnival and presented with a Sl ..lIvlnoI I the t'sale. will be conducted by and J.me*.Soul. .( iba. wiivti- ness,.atafl members at Subtropical I used .as deft 'i1:41::: the Florida Drill field recently I leader; and Gene lIe7l\0ldarp IffIt
. T.A. city Malt Mis Margaret Jean Experiment Station cows are milked after Advanced student, those en- I flight lzecuUW'otKlte :

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ANDREWS'\ BOOK Soroptimisters Will Be Entertained Buddy Hirri. Captain ;WOLLAN\ MARKS t Arthur BraBd..burr LEAPER.ENTERPRISE>> Friday Oct. 27 19W( I

or Miami U Froh Team honored at Emory V i iI'

OF INTEREST. TOALL41t'LORIDIANS At El Reposo Rest Home Monday Buddy Hernia ton tt Mr andIWti 1 17TH YEARvml\ I' Arthur BrindMiburg, ton of Rev WilltOR in Talk diy noon accordance in Parkway with R th*taunntIn club*.
I Rote !
Chit M HUTU of E. Klngk'Highway To HofneftMd
f I' Mr. end Mr H. L. Brandenburg I from 0*
boy
of having a
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Mn Bobwt J. NtleMmo'be .trIUI' { will eMwd. tilt Saturday bee. ba elprtW. cp. euttom I
j l .AaeJaMaw 1M.aitIIt ...... at I ...I tan of the Uninlty or fJunlreahmin SALE AND GIFTS of ,pM If. W. Aral ate, nu been. I' An (MpMttowl talk the kkfilor class of arch, high arboolM I
I hmrtc Mortar ... prm/ky s lEI 1 tfceCM I ( football ..... Tte. forr H.otowd. .....tang. Brgmirt .rdWnn I ..*. Mwta. WIHMM, patter. of e guest each .matte ItotaMVernier School I II
:: meMNn of tile teeoatimial Gull Flut MrlhodM Oiwrck of HomeMMMI. -(I of Bodland High. I
MlaW guModrel .t CI, t'" a$ rVtir and Paul High C MlMNlfal. OkMreh It Small -
Hlf. of llmoal half I c n- tot ftoftwrtead and tMr >,*,..- School Ur fiend i broken wallam KwMlriek Grocery' featured the mtgttng of Mid Jack Mk of HomMtMd High I
A brief United Milkm If
fury alp Vewrded In the book miller a dinner\ owollag In the .. pro-|Mrabn In i recent Fort LudrIIM U cdvbrating ill 17th year In IfelwHty' A.radiMt" of Homestead Rotary' Club Wednoi- School wee introduced 11''I''I'Ii ,
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A Yank Pioneer to Florida, 'rain was pre sn4 by Mtn Umitid High School, Mr.
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family
qualUnhair the Pate fapkMM. tkli weekend with brjatM
EertiM twhat Cherry -
Nill HMnnum it IWl- .
i war publlabed Allan T. Anrlrew II I Brandenburg I* In hi* junior year
( newly-opened Regal.! Marine and will be In cut for : ind .
days lunehexM meeting of tlMJlub a free jUte which anat .t the eeflrgeEnrollment.
sr"lpkea who apenl Tun Ran Horn on MM Old DUUHighway I >
in Gateway Towtit' Horn. I two -u. forth M tug" bark cf this i
day Men* in HomettecdV pig \ I
vtMltof' it tpmorv dr Cq Gao .NabeH Oor- Slogan of UM untvcnKy ,tar- i Shoes' j
Katn wa for 41 yearn Grade Oueet ipeiker wn .lMM.. Cedar Crest -Work
leti will. be Mr uiunru don Hcmetteid Junior High Ung to to -Win for Buddy In Open Now j I
editor' -of tit American Fish
: Mr*. DM Ktagmin will School rtudent, who told o< the the Nov 17 game with UMvwlilty Among tk* gifts, presented with In Business Classes ,
Launched by in Introduction how Korean *tM of Florida. Tirylnc volumes of pun-hiM,
tiv Dtvtd rtlrchlld, tilt auUMoriphlcil -1 Mr. Cecil Dodd: club praet. UN project grade, of hMory Eddie cUa. Adamaeighth and I i I Ire a art of kitchen cutlery. inlumkiMt Enrollment art being iccepted -Learn WCM With C* fert I. II'...." '
( J book" recount "1M adventure and Mr. Ben *chrr. part I "do. ad" and choice \ !
dent a for th adult clum In
Cued
I difplayed. I large UN fUg wktch I Art Week Observance T...., iMg-lwtlig& -4b* He4. work ghee fr Did
of J chip who win club of in liunninum waterless
city tame, prwkJent represent the deep typing and ihorthind held Tne \ '
she Harden Ann pogner.
to Ih*.wild of South fTorldi In it a two-day aanferenc of the Inn, Betty Dandy and Vemedi taker I Planned for Homestead efghUquart uure ,pot, diy ind Thursday evenlngi atHomestead I' ; I

the..llttrt.... .and remained to grow Southern Region In SherryrMnltMc hid mid end AI Beard ind Hubert I la observance of National Art oven or a four-quirt High School in. I,
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up i in*. eMintrrAndrew I Hoot In Miami Beach Wolfenbirger kid piinted.Th Week the tint week in November pin with egg poicher Bounce Mr. Ruth U Scott, laitructor J MATHIS SHOE ,
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till of the birth of, this week-end Mid othtr "mtm It Kendrick recently j jlnteretd
( ked ill Und local painting not ..xhlblttdprevlou" j
preahlent >
the Earl*p a vole for the lrug-- moved into In enroll ..
i I new quarters the persons Ph. '111 +
will be In Are
log commute to report placed .fNl.o IS' N. ttnttt
prepare
alma jrounc1 communal' oniony itEater W. McKee i Puff building it 1216 N Kroitev by telephoning Mr *t| I
heath Takes window, Mn. II
.*. Ito rotordi the colorful: ; for the Nov. 1 bu* new meeting.Bee don announce lOW evening and _k-tlld.. II I
e.sw fleolti of hi* travel of Winter Resident Here Robert J. HeUlcrman exhibit I
thouianda or mile each year In i, I Keepers Will Hear chairman of Homestead: Art Club. I
Word hi been received' of the Th* painting ire to lit broughtto
t* the bgl "Into
Florida develop I /
lr. U.) 0. WolfcnbaruerVr
a recttUicd horticultural death of W. W. McKee In Huntllngton Mn Ruth Cimpbell pile of .
paper
,.,-,,," on the HomeneidahowJpUcei Hospital Huntington Ind D O Wolfenbafger, into '! bu neii it 40 N. Krom eve. he I
if the late H. WJohnMow I Mr McKe, who hid pent' the mologlit it Subtropical Experiment Mid, and the exhibit committee ABOUT
and of Dr. J Tctenen. part even winter here, was fl'' Station will be 1 ipeakir I will irrange with merchant forth FARMER'SCOLUMN Now Available l
and OW I of the Improvement" of' : for .1.l month Monday for th. Florida State Bet 'I '" dlinlay. I .
the gum.. by Dr, Ceo D Rueh'e! Keeper AMoclitlon In West The exhibit I Is open to ill real- THE HOME
of Subtropical, txperfcttent: Station. I Slate Colorful J Pageant>> Palm Beach. He will lit locompanicd dent of the Redlind District who .
Re.ilio I described krill i i.pel.t to I For Scouts Own Program by in old friend, Dr. T C paint 1dn.. Heltterman Mid : CHLOUDANE I
tee Orchid JungU it Narlnja and Watkins, prcfcuor of economic
Of Corll Reef Narrates I I Cash offering will be placedon entomology it Cornell llnlxerilty,, o mitri' C.mptll of Unl\ertlty of II << % Emulsion
and the Chafer Ifunrry Of rpt. a rymtxilte fire representing who I I' on sabbatical lave it the Miami I ,40 .. ".\L. j
clal |ntrit. gal hipten on the name of world friendship it( (1.1' Jba. Tech per gallon). ;
Andrtfl parUclpittan m the tile Scouts Own program to be 'W'
blartsOf,Timliml Trail end hat, presented by troop of the Lintini I' I 1 e
lra\'lll l in till Evergtidei and the ire on Sunday afternoon, Little EXTRAS You Get Here 48%/ Emulsion I
Cap* Sable .country Nov. t. The program. In memory
ot Juliett 1.0"0, founder of the I) We hire steam n, end *. operator\ a. duly II Ib*. Tech. per gallon) a '
Sprinkle ,Ii Dade Entry i movement In the United State, .nlll ala rlork en Saturday* ,
In Junior Ag Contt'b.t1'allIt" will''' be held it 4 clock on the I I) Small repair bode free .f rharie '72% Emulsion j
Fouthurt arctlon" of the beach All tirrrnti Inaired against fire, theft *r fclik I 0# ON FEEDING TREES
.... Oct :28/ -George I The gift money will be used to water damige. FOIl WIREWOKM (B Ib*. Tech per gallon) ,
C Sprinkle of Homestead will| : lurther trout activities through One of tthe wrprlsingly! frequent ,
repreaent Dad County In the! out the world CONTROLThere ". mistakes of folk'Who hiv
tenth annul $6000 produrtlorfmirketlng -I Agilntt I background uf fliglhe TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS 40% Wettable powder tingle tree-.nd lomeume folk 1
contact of th* Nitlonil <' glr:* will hate a pageant ire certain areas of our who hiv grove*-I l. Improper
Junior patenting the Girl Scouts of (i Ibs. Tech per 10 Ib*.) l I'
Vcgetible Grower Atan- ,past experience! ha ihown Ira feeding Often you wth we I i
elation, It wn announced her all nation Song "will be sung R. E. Flnt Ave. W. W. RC\Elv(( Mgr, Fhoie Ml loll around the Redlind that hungry tree I.nd yet the owner

today by H. E, Wood date rupervlwr >y both Scout and the Brownie - wireworm-lafected Thl Boll In. win,uy be'hda ,Just fertlllud It
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and rut NJVQA leader -- dettroying the plant root and, In ALDRIN fertlllier In 1M 'wn* of the
Sprinkle I.1 aetklng the n Iion'r : REVIVAL BEGINS the cue of potatoes. affecting the feeder .root, rertjiw. put close "
junior yegetibl growing ch.ah-- I mirketabll, of
crop Aldrin No 2 Emulsion up around a 1''Iet tree I it seldom
ploniblp and a share of the ash utllUed because of the lick of
awards and icholarehlpi piovldcd l AT PRINCETON I BRANCORInc. Present control recommendl- (Available on enper!mental bail only). feeder roots to pick It up,
I by A It P food dorca. II* will Uon it chlordane applied it the
1 fir out the feeder
contact with I other Urn-aged Th Bex Elizabeth Vennum of rite of 4.' pound of technical lust how
tiller of the Ml) throughout the I I Mill'llIn\ experienced .vanlellt.I. 4chlord ne per acre (I qti. of 40% root ron "tart ind sods depend
of the tree and 1011!)
I country Th* cry te.c I I. really an educational I ton conducting Church of a the revival Nitircn Prince Service . f !Rock and Concrete Products t wettabl emulalon powder or IOH per pound 100 gillon 40%" Let Us Worry About Your on type the 1I.ala\ I I. generally to\tart be"0..bout'on.

tarigrim dealgned Ui, Wedneiday and will water per acre). The surface eonilder the ton
help firnf\youthi\ learn, u.. and I be held* began dally it in I. m and T,45: Road Hock Pea Rock ithould then be disked lightly Grove for You!! quarter from the the distance trunk The of end the"ranch"
develop new and more efficient m through Thursday, OH to 2 Inches.
p be locate'by
cm
of the root con
methodi of" growing and idling The Rev John McKty, puttor
-egetlble It offer* a |WO award luuef a iprttal Invitation to thl Concrete Rock Screenings Put experience with chlordane If you are not aware of the many digging iround beyond the
1,1, for th* national champion. four, youthh.. community to hew hit shown com Indlcition of tranche
1200 regional chimplonahlpi,I Mil, Vannum She I I' educationd Concrete Blocks Rock Fill Inadequate control due to high types of service we render for grove The proper fertlllier mixture
thlrty-three slot lectionil champlc rector of Miami Central Churchof 1011 alkalinity A new chemical I, owners let us talk it over with you. should then be broadcast over the\
thlp ind four state award the Naurene of which her aldrln (Compound 111)), hai root ion area evenly Do not
for each itat 1*. Winner ir* do- huobind the Rev tail Vennum, Ready-mixed Concrete I shown Increased effect because We have a service to fit your problem pile or band fertilizer for feedIng -

tentjtaed by I Judging board 011 1 1 II pastor ot ,,yaps penetrating power ind of.care, maintenance or manage. "\tree.
colleger'aeofonor, art afflcbli. the tact that It 1* not affected by
kk of Ox Culled Sutra Department .sill ilkallnity ment. .Our contract grove manage- . .
........ of ilWewfll'They. wtllV f Aldrln U available on in *x> nit.1\h.is an ideal service for the I\ ,. .: .. ,51 I ," . ",II'' >{
r ?" 1 Doing.nusine *" of Cement:Now :Hand L \ ; i "
-inaumed dtln4 mn' Plenty : \ on i "petimentat"beau.* it the prereflt ,
invention iT( flew OrTtTmt" \thiierejmber As Usual Urn. absentee owner. Years of experiencehave We Are at,Your Service
where about 500: farmu given us the "know how" 'on
: >* ir* expected to gather ors I A check of your toil should" be .Phone, writ or top In it our
i awof laUon'* ilxtecnth anual with lull supply I made to determine the presence how to return the owner greatest 'office If we ran be of help on' t.
meeting. H freah fruits I of wireworm *o that you will not your agricultural problem., mall
; -----.- ind 'vegetable*. We Deliver Anywhere *Ufer( ,crop loeaet, later profit. or 1 large. No obligation. f
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I::?I I ] aptiltChurch oners', Teachers School Sunday LUCERNE'SOvrneil ; ;

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Teacher af th* adult deprnt Illihwif
Florida East Coast Fertlizer Co.
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lent Baptist Church Florid ('It, BRANCOR Inc. .
Jh hoot will,,, lit honored Sunday ,

ornlng. In in appreciation daynrogrim IL L.Brandenburg Jr"Prr,Mar, Paul 0.rrnello\ Vic*.frr*.

} The. Rev; John II Whltt p... Benson Electric Services Manufacturers of "REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS""The
I Rock Tit Redland Hd S. of Mowry l'h.419
I I. tor, will Jeid I dl"oifon.IIf'l'YI. on ,

I and M\ 'J. L will Kulp make, fenvrll in In. : Radios &. Refrigerators; , 'r. O Boll. 7tl, llemrateid quality is in the bag-the service, in the field'S.

: ,,;o \. II apIrsllanal'talk depirtitaint, l auperlntend. Mr*. If. Collier? rrlncvlv. fh. nil i I Flagler Aie. Henry R. Pridgen Manager Telephone 16iiiqiu

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35 BASKETBALL 'Ih. M. M:: Jr. 'AcI lhtd( ],I LEAD fr.E: 1'impti! >; 1idaijj6cF" >b, <101.1 h j' : . .. .tt Ilir r i vl + f ,. .'tf'i'tlt'yr ,fJUL t, 1

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(dealt Smith Recevmi Loral) l \
PROSPECTS TURN I H. M Cook Jr, of Columbut Experts lecture t
0..1 tanner HoaMetMd ra.dtnt i From Korean Wound } .'l e I
QUT FOR I has been admitted to practice I Pvt. Glenn Mr. A ......, .- II I
SEASON I before tile OeorfU state bar and I Smith am of **rla of eight Wedi> > .. .
and Mr Elmer / H. Smith of
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afternoon rUaaea In
Thlrty-U.. turned out (or boa the federal bar I Homestead has been ......... tropical in.denia II ,
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greduete of Homestead H..11IeheaI 1 was begun this week l lIk h> -
kelball praetlre ol the H. H. ftCrewera In 1U, Mr Cook Served from Tokyo O Mrei HaaplM 1I .* tMMMtjr. el Miami adult
where to older Uwtaawft
Monday, report CM,* more than three yean in th :I wa
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division at the Miami
Woman
InKorea.
for bullet wound reeeivt .
ralll l L. Wom,. Jimmy W.... I Army Air Pore: with war dilly;
Put Smith fee been Club.. Among the lecturer will ,
Je the tot in Europe slid Hi* Pavfte. H*
letter men nturnlMp a -tled to duty at the" renin", be S. i. Lynch tropical I botanraseaith >
trained
in
public accounlMey at
'"Ma! :- L Truman and Smith, end preo-, ment center tad, k cool TjHi basketball NMM to. slated to be returned to adios\ duly. university fern tuperuttendeot
thud in Oelumbu After t two-
to begin her Dee. 12 with t I fir WaM.r IteiiMtaitn, poet olMr Dr. r. Gray Butcher, rrcfeentomoloflat \
ol Thoi.r
study law under
year
jam. against Miami. feaeti. Sikea of Columbus. Mr. Cook! *. Smith expert foreign duty ; and Seymour Oold-
Cornea wui be aebeduTed on alter graduation Opt 31 from the weber, horticulturist. The gri.upia
was eommlMloned to practice In I .
Tuesday and FNdey of Mb army pWJectlonlrt' tehool at Fort heeded by Or. Taytor Alexander \\
wee* the Georgia Courts, the federal) ; -i': b# . ..
with the district tourna- Monmouth N. J. profeaaor of botany.
pent stated Mar. I end.th. courta the state supreme courtand \
|UU,, the court of appeal. I "
tourn.men'-IN.r. I.
Mr. Cook will continue a Y'd.yi
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Lt Moore StationedAt With the Georgia Department of, Each w tT
Specials Day .
Labor in Columbia but will al.1I I e'i'1t t ,
Camp Carson: Col. be aieociated with Mr. 8,kea III ;

I tA. & t. Moore, lori of Mr. andre the practice of tax and civil law j . atReasonable .
At present h* la taking tOU""l!
R. C.
Moore of Bauer dr.ataUond ,,
ft federal Income tax law atUnlveralty ,
If at Camp Canon, Cal. I'rircsREDLAND
with the I76th Construction! Bit- ol Georgia I
tallon. tint Maryland unit to be
activated! Nartrene Church Socks 'I CAFE
The battalion b being equipped Clean Fill for KorkpU! .
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and trained a. part of the lltid lit 8. llafler Ave ,Teae 111la
proup under Col. Tandy for.Inerly Hock and clean fill are being '
. sought members! of Home ,
of Gen Pitton' rtaff. The by -- -- - ----- -- - - ----
knit his twIN been designated toad Church\ of the Natartne tot
honor battalion, by winning fire' fining In the rock pit! on IN
Place In Inrtvctlon., church grounds. on W. Mowry at
i letld'V fi.pwenia: Li Elimination; of the rock pit u ,
Moor tails of thci-military pnonnl. the of the primary objectives of r ,, a y S

repairing: ,and 'rehabili/ s beautirration campaign Uguu I I ..
tating the tampJiUh had\ been by the Rev, E. D. Metier, paator \
allowed to dtt rlprllt.. H. told .. .
.f th*rebuilding or the ,m.s. hall Shrubbery and tree have THE MAIN SHOW NEED5INo: 1'AL: YHO0. .
rlflM voime IMiTlalllelea ,
which'had bees damaged by lire' bran t cleared': to permit truck to i1LP, Las.,.' IOMP ..
and of nt.nd ri..roatJ, building dump flU Into the excavation, ..
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parking *tc. 11* it serving ;
M IJorI lt.p: \ CoNSI [' the difference between ih. rircvi; and. old M itit tSthdard Oil tig* and hl\'t recenttrlie a f p

Mra.. Lt. Moor Moore.and.Js aceomfyanied their daughter
,Olan, who I li a IlU'mber.f. the By rACETTI and SAUNDEES it olTcrt, not needing the glib-tc>Bgu d high octnttf, wri-Vpod. nullities, tbcy ;will iei fj

Brownlei there ppjR1SMEN S pBOARDSri barker nor the exaggerated banners! the aide show form the lnir| iiik ao''' .. l

Skippy Jensen and Capt 'w.I1| fINESt uaea to lure crowds iniiJe. '
FLATLUXHI Irr Mann caught 2CB anappefi I / S''a The claim' cud. for Crew and roll'. Jtyrf b t.b;

while hot, weighed fishing I up out to of 3H Browni pounds,,I, b U INR The same ii true of gasuline Crows and! Crtu* that tier' ari. bttttt than! won gMolinei j wj tut. ,e''

HAT WAU AINtMADI :amp| at Flamingo.Wlll'e : A/M art the South1 most popular motor fuels .ht !r-'se.t t by hoa4, lot all.ro."uHl performance;. Try 1 :

WITH Oil at Jew Webb-fish Creek taught Wednesday 1) snapper cause of the better prrforHUHCtt they deliver, Awt tankful! Youl'| find; ai.hiUkdrc4 o/ tliouiaaJt \bf .'.
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THc ONE COAT morning.Ed , ,because of exaggerated clainw] bade for them other Suuihtrn} mlau Lists haws, tbit Crown 'andCtoum u
Pacettl and Wad Thamp-
I JLr/N two W* fult.ainL for your jnonif,
ion fished French reef and caught
OIL PAINT Standard Oil dealer doein'i tell 1 his
Your < '
you gaiolines
i five yellowtail I two grouper, a I II 1 lerforcaaact j ,mUtt 1', and lroabl.drel trarujtor* (
you CAN porgy, and numerous grunta.MIAMI 'BIG will make your car perform like t Jet-pro t'"
; I I adI tatlou. ,
1 BEAHI OCEAN TWIN relied plane! He knows that while Crow riser :
WASHFASTI-
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TM. >ESHitk Lrw I M.r our display room you can eojoj Crou Elr/ art the most powerful gasoline ever' .yI

DRIES tuwc' toy 1 AM: 12:22 r: M. 5 as.r.w..SI (.37. ''a glimpse( of boating tomorrow".(, .

ov.2 12:43: 1:14: 0:11: 7:34: I 1 see the new 'True-Blue" Evinrudci \ 1
Vov.S. 1:40: 1:10: 7:41: 8:32Mov. : 1 that will power the better boats Jo STANDARD OU COMPANY I :

INIXNNSIVI Only*<>*?.MlFUTUIX .4 2:40: 1:07: 1.47 0:231: I ')lt Get the thrilling facts on the i .... .
) AII '(IDENTICALLY !fov.'. 1:40: 4:01: ltl: 10:20: great new Evinrude Dig Twin,?truly, : .11".1) :
4ov. 4:31: 4:83: IO:4S: ll:0p: \
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SATIN WX> 3 < MATCHED .T 4:30 1:51 11:37 1 new motor" . .
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CLO-LUX ) w ( COLORSQomeitead I'I'"ov. Think of a rugged 2) IC.P, motor that : '

Wynn ec -jiber; weighs only) 8) panda,.a motor C. F. :
Of P. O. that fires I you Gearshift maneuver /i' I'IOWARDt l Hon estcnd Agent, Phone $1fiStdt 1. .

NNstsrd'tHome.I I t ability and long-rang* CruistDaji j jr L- . .
Hardware Co. F. A. Wyim, ._ r t.nk...etfb.lourrratt; erbrw. turr 4 !!!etiii Al. . reilj ." .'. ttt r ,'J .'- ''I" ; A .- -" ,
> lead postmaster, was weloomedaa I ,
S 8. Jiroroe J. G. Wyna tHtkturJ history '''' .'. .
a new member of the Florid I ,
Aaaociatlon of Foatal ,Supervir 1 -.it..eyrdan I : 4
tort Saturday at a meeting of 4wUmwe.o Lyra '
Dr. Leonard W. Haskin District Two In the Bahia' Mar ;
ETE EXAMINATIONS Yacht Club at Fort Lauderdale .. J .... \ : ,: ..
rttUiie >... Ste*&>H.i ., Clu m Postmaster A. V. Phlllipa iq- Barnes Marine Service I /10 CaSkins ,. ; .
Dr. LeGrand L. Haskin reduced.. Wynn and Mra. Wynn 139 SFlatcler Homestead i iJ "", ." .' t" ;L-V .. '
an. mnaber of the auodatlpn'l \ '. '
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also attended the banquet I I .
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'. T1* frNMIriiIMtwwJNMINIIlII! far aa4 of 1M IPamaaft CaVat i JUI fIlllMflmmIlIfl fP" at till katrpfe. M tt*'ft rt A** I t-LRADBft.Bif'ERPRt8E FrMay, Oct :. 1MDOHGAN 1I
of tile :........" rlflllllllll.llflllffllnfllnml..n her w4 la Mind. lit aiiptaromd .. -
Leader-Enterprise 'Iteacirtk* Kaanatiia-. II *>UI he hard encttywfcefrt
20 Years T. 4. ...bmaNp ds...a ... bag Redland Pine I weed I F.CURG.'

Pd II NNr Ago lade tv Mr*. C. a Mtff aaat Mr : Itow kind and UmafhUuif., I fOtaUnJed haw PM > ii I Maa Paf*. On )
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Mr.. E. A. Fraiewir and Mrs. J. Br HAZEL BVHEU. BUD . he caw to nlrrndrer layout world'a fair
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III I IMMT I M< w rnn..>.M.*tMlt* ..... rI "Tta Rata .*rtn. Club iIINNIN" /IIIIININN4fiMllIflfll llilWlIIIIIINIIIINI4PIIli1114DililWlllllllliilll111141P' ' "He keep. a 1W,M My udghbsrjMnn.d. .plan with Frank Steal**, I .j iltr .iawlkkii. the r
I.. "N..ra .......' ...... I.w ar met tanning. board cnairoaan,
IS *. It, at tie hone of Mr.. Frank "Hi wife. told KM Halwaji epee" spares" et bl
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.ik. *k. '-. ..l.,... .*.. Hue tile My aeliMoo. a lady with long pine are forever getting loat AndI >*u d*>wn tile namo of tart Radar for a propAmerican .... I.. home could be buttt fc. 1
on bMMay of her
'lwNlaeAa/. : : ,. KiM MM. II, ma all heavy Mir ten ben wanting. can"I seem to find any. to the little He** he bean ptapl aay .. Cantor an VIr ot> waken lot 'I
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." **l* yugf *"MaemMAtya. tamed Into. a celebration mwting. was. A lane. tec atrwig. wire. hairpin dine ....... They dont have they want, and at hi* Oral o*. KtJ. i .- of the trade mart(
.llillHNnI4111rulllnf I I111 pink birthday tab topped with. Net th* puny. "tavMM. kind. enough call for them to keep porttwily be buy th* thiat and H< talked with Man. of I .xhill" .... when. MU\

rnaiU_ ... watNatitrIUIIrltltTto1l nln" sunk candle, waa. served you understand nor even the them In stork, I (uas. Whatever make the JIOIIIct'e! of Iftct whenever. h* could I I IrGeIed by the act that I
.,. "Badl! ICOMl .hl betel **4-iad win and cak . ." reasonably stout ones of medium am I going to do when. all I havean them. Wonderful Idea lint It? tilt the| Importance of living a* far east a* Miami
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to speak over Radio t* *uWIOD .. length but UMM real heavjf-duly loner And M like Mr M-". apace In auch a center to mutt Hv. in area a* dt*. .
KATMI. lor UM national 4-H program "New officer. of the Homeiiiwd hairpin that will anchor thick This morning she announced exhibit a* wall a to trade Hialeah and Miami \
"Wonderful Indeed! I
. th* WM **l...*'"1 for II..... OemoBStraUon Club braids atop the cranium. and. keep triumphantly that she .had her Idea hibit. Whether his effort I
I. DO. Off=, f **. NMr. ., i I "5. her HitMMMJtni" work. ." ors: Mr*. J. J Moor, president: them art through a busy day of hairpin agreed wholeheartedlyAnd anything. to do with Phillips. president v of the 1
.. .. Mu. A. R. what. wonderful
Meybem ) a practice
vlce-pre- housework and chore about tlMyard. "And be Inter.Amerlc.n Cultural
D /tMaiv. 1I -Mr Anal. W. Chubb fl. of you'd never .ble towen District Chamber of
I / ...... .:.trot', Mrs. Char T. Harper see who brought them to for the rest of ut to adopt, I Trade Center to IU present
Prtaeetoo died in Whiter rankS me who called the meet ,
rctary, Mrs Emma Meier treasurer low." said Mr. Mour thought During the house of aparor outlook Dorgan r
laat la the I'll cultural
"My supply getting wa
"An and fAI..b.lf'pound appointed a* a com t
I 1 tight Mrs V. M. Orennell statistical oven over a period of
. ; ahe .had told ma on more than good friend who lives down the know or car*. : Luther I Chand }
eware born Oat II tiMr '
RUMI - atoajiM was month *
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acer laryl Mrs Fred Fuchs one occasion "Lost her andtberc road. H* and his wife were her or "M, wife and I lust feel H. Cooper, Walter
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the countl little ends
rattfteatlofl/ secretary: and Mrs. *** odd and
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MltlPMl id. ." you know the way ona day me speak Dr. Walker committee B. Bird Mrs.. Polly I
awe" 1 11* Qrady Smith, reporter ." we hear our friend express dealrt
prestige and resources U th .. Ben Archer, Frank
I "An eight-pound doughier*. ""11'II1'II1e Coke of Deadwood I for. Not expensive item, noreveq
.bn to Mr and Mrs June W. f D.. arrived . u visit bit,: necessarily rare one, butperhaps wer.W to a prayer"realiution laid .... Frank Navilto Z
RartlOct ft .- sitter, Mrs. J. T Martin," Inconvenient for them to can see I
Announcing lilt for long cherished
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-Mr J N. llelfcrty I I. attendIng ,
of understanding peace
cat and Cecil Johnson of Miami If only w. could cultivate the Electric Sen ires
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; th* meeting of the Woman'sAuxiliary prosperity the Western I
married Oct II In Florid habit of making, a Hat' lOch aiMr
6flhAenle wer '
Maine* FHapalrtckThim of the Florida Synod phere". & Refrigeratorsf
City .t the. hmrw. of the bride In Lradenton 101-1, of carrying It with f
'_ WaahfiHTtonla u* wherever. w* happen to o,, .. !
days the mother Mr. Bland" Chspman ( I ; I rte IIS j
". L. Bellard of Avocado <1r FamilyStyle Serving how many wishes. w* could mike
; A bridal hit rer wad given ,
palm ray. .has boat\ ill !rh. past week .* com true for the plcatur of
Ignoring fashion tartAn fellow member of the limns.deed I Girl Scout Troop
Wd Fellow and JU- "Mia Id. Engel' was elected 1 II other and our own Infinite aat- -- -
wearing skirts. full ankle' bekah...." president of the Junior Woman action. By SIIIKtET
Club of H meat..I'.! Mrs, I've doubt lid
ItniUt lit A. A. I no fairy godmothers -
hlrtyHriftit were present
Or nary, %Ny ihort6nm th* rich fry given In honor of Buaarv, vice-praident; MUX Eat all you want.for I and godfather of the : I "
,,'ttt Bradley,, secretary; and olden fairy tale' were maker ollitt. '
Mr. end Mr Alfred Tumerlln lit
Girl Scout Troop
Mit Clto Bitch, treasurer. .." They mutt have beenTlltre'
other palms along the who. arrived recently from hats." I \ Oct 24 In the scout hut W
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"I vtllc to welcome our new
That met up with tit* gate .:..' 1.a: ,nested ..1ItII..whtnM. account for tile QuantttiM of sunshine proud first"C
Mn D Rose
Itearmbl I. moulting' root.rt now,I Nearly IS were pretext .... Chas V. Barnes, Mr. vita they managed to spread er. !
when Mr. Annie Mayhew Fib-l 51.25. : V* also elected our new fotlrt/i
i Ont feather lo the tub pnlrlrk Ka\o a illver Summcrlm. Mrs. Ceo: A. West,! around. een. They are a* follow: ;
Mrs. Corbet 01 IS ud Mr, Al! : Carol
Harden president;
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0 Smith n.it: ',.i he Dorcanj erts, vice-president: Shirley

Crtu. .eta lUllowimU. V r\y .."I> ,HOMESTEAD 4-II CLUBBy Carry secretary; Billy .
Mr.*. r II rcpn! t.lra. Wai-1., I treasurer ,
i l Leo Peterson .,"J.1 Mrs J. MBruwn I Conventional Menu Sen'ire IRENE miLUrs I W* also decided to I ,

: FrontAligned were. hostesses when aim patrol name, the Red i) .
gavel : II!I II I "11"11 :!II'I' 1111 II II'' ;: :!
I Woman's Club of Princeton available if preferred. W* will have a picnic 1
t !Halloween bridge party )1 I The Homestead H S 4-H Clubat In, the Scout Own '\
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I ""' .nco Lott fractured both! I a. meeting Tuesday, Oct 24. Sunday, Nov. 4, with our . (

warns . at play on the Ilomc-t Ih I painted designs .with textile I and troop member .
steal ached ground. ." paint on table cloth' they are While tenderfoot
:: Wheels, Balanced( d M1.! 'rent Rohrer of Florid :making: : I I their badges, second class

I.. , ? business collage I SUM & AMY'S RESTAURANT I During the "week of Oct. 4 10I laid out a trail

In !hdwml.." S the t-H Club patted fir pre II Th. meeting wa !
. .- vention signs around the chool the singing of tap,
rm2 >u r rlitle > mIspihmYsrlfUAao ;
. ,,1/M. U. S. 1-Next to Redland Camp Homestead Those present at the meetingwere
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Under expert t,upwM\ of our .TIle.NI....H d IM'r.IIMVM ..ykn. .'s\d I..M.sd, r a amt.r. Lou Magadan, Gladys Harrit > i .- I ( {:

I Mr. Roop graduate of the Hear for aha MwU.ltIhM' | a.WMWIwmniKMit Mary Catherine Quinn SonyaPetro I Scout Troop I tina
AvirflrtlkHW will W MMlvM -. Irene Phillip and Genevieve I Boy nWltiplit manv ;
. ho tltr" AWllw "HlMbT II CmrkM
fI : :: front end school, Hoik Inland, III.! ,,k,*.A llw. Iii risk R Kraut tontM An, tmt TW fmMllr w ..U. Itora. Mn Chandler Cebhardt W* had and ai Mn via.. I By TERRY IIENKEI Pslhalrobstodol) :

In I. 11111'A Ill'll. William, president of the Home ;r.wr

....l .. I ( far IT. lintdolt IN*) VEGETABLE SEEDS Demonatratlon. ''Club MIll Kent! year's ( ) POWER a
and Mr* Harris, our leader Plan for
LIGHT COMPANY
: \' '- Bring Four car to our i iI were preaent wen made at a recent

\1 .... .. Bar meeting A stamp
Dme&icSEWMACHiNEwtlvaw Fresh stocks: of ,al| .leading varieties OTICE campaign was launched

: ; Paint and Body arriving daily. The Florida City Town Council Scout.. who have duplicate'

r I I has authorized the Florida City to trade were told to
Planning Board to hold a mcetinr touch with Scoutmaster

: Shop For Beat! Results Plant at T:30 tonight Friday, Oct 27: Benson .
1950 In the florid. City Towr It was decided to do
..IW'I'\ : I I .II{ 4]=I=--- Hall to .hear cuggeition or obJtfrttonl at every. meeting to Electric Hsi .
= ) th regard to prflpoeed renaming advancement of each Stout."Won't
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.. .W0 those WorrlatllllcJ Appliances
t .*. <* and} J.}repaint ".'" BREDRITEStES ; of Florida City atreeti U r '1'' ? |" ')>"."
f 'wdrnt% your car so If Vi'lft RICHARD SCHMUNK you join me In a
Clerk Town of Florida City of coffee" lYlnrclon.rh.4ll .
look like new. We arc equipped also - C'\S'.1'\ 'J
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Gear Shift Control
revoliitNinaty QD .
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I mew and used boat and Motors for rrpcrt! M W ..'.a a. Vjf f. '"mMMil4 New Building Construction

I ;: lathe and repair and for jonoralmx 'lhoar* A .lUiOn*. IM. ...-! .. 154.oK' .f f .W.M.O1.w AM.TrjUa Repairs and Additions Under FJUV.
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4 A.. ".It..1.\_5a5Am..... rI SOON tin rt.M.n Ventilated Awning Shutters The Miami-Battle, CreekFounded
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couasx DINNER ha* _. Mr Dr. J. W. Rehbein : 1 1tmis. Neretiw! :Exb...1

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Whole' Florida Lobster i .1 thole ...-.... tit Chiropractic Physician'. laces a4_Diabete. .

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(Broiled-wllfe& Dutttr SaiweH/k ,' ............ heW. tit Gastro Intestinal Clinic

t tide .."._......._ .IleMs.tecM The facilities of a well established medical institution are offered for
SouP. Juice, or Sea Food Cocktail Far UM koatmral
Trk. -- 1kbMaae thorough physical examination, treatments, diets, exercises and sun bath

Salad and 1 Vegetable (1'h4) SI' CHRONIC STOMACH and ing. Known as the Battle Creek System. All under the .supervision, of

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Dr. a4 v.... +T. Gray Buteher Mr* B. A .TkWsH* M' be4 ..... MTCM left VaMMtf ftf' Mr. Md Mn. Catyw WlBlamtMrf LEADER.}
end ......... Barbara, Card ... This week. Ender PMt, ..... a* ra.4. la I Mr Mtf Mn Feel. 1vF Ftrhs,I II NTRRPRI8E Friday, Oct 2'1. 111II-I
..,, Sacs ..... fleet MtaaMIP ka)4ba PtaM. hi Clan AalasataArty I'I .t MlC ."W Ol.WNiiDr. .....
In and Around ttnif base .t* r>... en U. Mia. A.MMetle May has M.hw ...... tit bee. Seas eeeellsd is .Yd. wsebreed III t4kekee. wi.
S. I. Dr. BMarltr...arah esdamsLASlst : fume/ after a WIlt wttk. ta tka AAF aaalal ...... eel ..... I X Onto end
It tleiTSlaMy ., MtasaL Mr. MIl Mr. "W. LM Mm *fHtekary Mr breast, the tontwr MSBlaaam mallet berets go M Bab Fusin iliEREI
.... mi Mta VlrcWaJohaaan MeEanste of Ttvarnlar, to I who. had .been vttt M atQrafcesa Me I
Mrs %*k rt Qaataar has keen of lUyaer W. Ye.Mr visiting wItIa Ibstr paneb. Mr hasasj.SMS ,
1-1Homestead IU at her here this week : Mid. ..... H. & ......*. aol

*. Mary Dojrt W HOSM- Mr MM Mr*. J. It .,......, HMO. ** fHMt of Mr. awl Mr
Mia Bertha Nffl Hauaman eked Is a \ the MMeonvaleecent eke JohM her lluelleltd. J. R Bffrim .f W. Aveeado dr '
p'UMta
plan to spend Friday and Sal II,. and 1
-.I< horn bi FlerMe were Mrs Ralph Green-
: Mr and Mr*. \ I Mr. and Mr uroay in St IMenturf attending am af Oral Gables. insidttt'
H H. ..
Graham qty Mrs. Dol. brather a.ddaterlnlaw Hotwa guest of Mr. and Ter.
t ' and Mr*. Hunt' I returned Friday to their Mm In sessions of tile FtorMa Home Mr. and Mra. Jack OM Arrowwood of OouM ere
Peers Walker have ''Nsrsnjs I after a five and one- Geonomle Asaoeialtan In which Henry of Ottawa, Kant. visited Mr. and Mrs, K. B. CWfey of Guests this week of Mr. andSire. its
their borne on W Kin,. she la chairman of the housing Adrian Jacobs
half month were Mr. and
summer vacation her several dehit week Fares Park, Ga, and Hoyt
after a he-month trip. Mr. and Mr Graham vis. dhlahm. She will make the trip Gain of Atlanta.Mr Mr. John Kaaik of Chicago.
, ," which to SL Petersburg with Mix
Inf they \ lied Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma
:; rye In lea. They toured before 'going to their > Eunice Grady county horn demonstration Mrs. Clara Andrew. former Jilt Byrum I I. spending UK
roast from Tla Juana, home In N. C summer .agent,, and Mr. Sadie Homestead resident who had 'been and Mr*. O. M. Mont m., week In Jacksonville on business
r \ i Vancouver, British = Butte, county supervisor of ro- visiting In Hawaii has been cry of Sebrlnf and eon Oeorltllare -
., '" went alght-aeelng Fred cetional horn economic. called to Drowavtlle, Fla, on account making their home at the Mr and Mrs. Ceo Milieu oi
'.h American and Canadian V j Jackson and hit alder of the illness of her maher resident! of Mr and Mr M C.: Hollywood spent Sunday her
They went to 'from Mia Ellen Jackson, have moved Mrs I. D. Maser left Mondayto ( Mr*. W. H. Montiomerjr. Wlleon of E. Avocado dr. with Mr*. Mikelfs mother Mr I
5.::1 tlonal Park and Grand i I! the Close apartment totheir visit at the home of tier aonIn Clyde Alderman
, I r t and vlelted relatives new home at the corner of -hw and daughter, Mr. and
I
: : not aecn In IT yean In N. W. 11th st and Second eve. Mr. Rsymond Armstrong ot FULL COURSE DINNER Mr. and Mrs M. A. Baker i
it Diego and Vancouver. I -: Grand Rapids, O. hive returned home from Fort I
, Canada, they attended Mrs Lee K. Lehman of Avocado Sunday Oct. 27 Myen where they attended the
jJ ;', famous Calgary dr. left yesterday for Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs Carl Clldden funeral of an uncle.
'
: Canadian Exhibition In i to visit her son-ln-taw and children: have returned to I
and daughter, Mr. and Mr. Chss.Cuitui. their home In Perrine after Mr. and Mrs Elmer J. H
Some Improvement li Within two week, she spending the summer In Frank Roast Smith have returned home after ,
In the condition of i I will be Joined by Mr. Lehman I)me Ind.Mr. Turkey spending a week In Miami with I
,J I of Florid City who i'jfor i a visit then Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ballantyn Ij
and Mrs. Felix Bullard ot former Homestead residents j
critically ill In Pratt ) I III |I I ;; .
Mrs.
1 Ceo .r
i Champney of Bedford
,\ Hospital In Coral Cable.Mrs Mon Nllo, Flu, and son, Felix, ar
I I Mass arrived Wednesday are visiting.reellvee here, Recent house guest at the A
+. to visit her son and daughter-in- home of Mrs Esther Bamettr ,
"q: Monnq ,Oruib law, Mr. and Mrs Thos. Cnamp- Mr, and Mrs. Allen Eaton of Long Island Duck and Mite Dollle BarnelM were ": ,/ .
rived from San Atrfonlo
I cry'of ttt N. W. Second" t
eve. Hialeah former Homestead real, MI'I. Barnette nephew RenaldrtiUndrwald '
.,, ;V ,mike, her home here 'I 1'I dents, left Wednesday for Cherry II' of Poughkeepsle Nand ." Hf
and Mr Stanley ii: d
Dan Beard superintendent of Point N. C., where Mr. Eaton : V. Edgar Allen of West : I ,
. while' :Corp. crouch; of I II i Everglades ha':1 '
National .and
Park '
been recalled: Jto. duty as a Palm Beach 1.J. .
.I' Air Forte la station*! 'I Mr*. Beard are expected home poral in the air force. Mn Eaton Prime Ribs of Beef . ,., "rl I,
Mn Monroe Crouch this week-end after. attending a I*'' th*. former Miss Sue Mo,*. Mr*. B F King of W. Mowrjr .,- 4 ,
,) 'daughter of Mri. park superintendent' conventionIn rd I I. visiting! relatives In At r .. '
Corp. Crouch U the ton Yellowstone National Park. On Mr. and Mrs.: Clyde\ Ilinson and Santa \ .... 1
leTf.Croucb.: .: their trip Mr and Mr, Beard; moving 1 rI
daughter Carolyn ere .
. 'I )4"11. .--'-v'1', visited other national park. 'In the from Perrine to ( cattle ranch $1.00 House swats of Mr. and Mrs I I ? lF', i

. i' ., L. AtkinJon west they purchased In Georgia C B. Eartwood of S04 S. Kromev / .
fertfl a broken arm on
\ relatives'I "; ; *. are Mr and Mr. Jurgen
. U convalescing at the Mrs Stella J. Mohn and daughter Randall Walker and A. III Worthing of New York City N w
i 1, her son-in-lav and Mill Betty have returned to Golden have returned to Perrlne : their aon-ln-lsw and daughter
,Fi and Mr* Preston B. their home on Hslnlln dr. after after a visit with friends and Mrs. Worthing Is a BarbltoA Low PrreV
wbonj 'a.1I I ipendlrtg pending the summer In. Ohio .relatives In MUledgevlUe! Ga.. GLADES fashion model) and Mr Worth '
and New York.University RESTAURANT lag Is an electrical research englneer -
Mr. Ray U Hsmon, -' .
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Mlw- Florence Pollard of Florida students 3O4 '
I: ington,' D. C, was a. who spent the week-end here Brooks Inc. Open 24 Hours a Day M. W. Kent Is III\ at his homeon
guest of Min Bull were Miss Mary Lou MUllel.whill. Nsranja rd.
home. 122 If. Krome Miss Martha Lee Dayla 171 KROME ATE, HOMESTEAD

; Dr. Hamon of the Miss Doris Cossman., Ross Relti Mrs II J. Davis of 51 1 N. W
of education was In and Bob Roper.Mr i Fourth st. Is visiting relatives In The brand
attending a meeting of Valdnsta, da. new
i dorsal Council for and Mr. A.-J. Van Marie] Oldest CompletelyEquipped
Planning Both Dr. were expected to' leave 'South Mr and Mr. A. H Singleton
1. Hamon formerly taught Lansing, N,, Y., on Tuesday U GroveCaretakers. Overseas Transp. Co. and daughter Mrs Talmadgf.
Homestead achooU.Mrs. return to their home hen, I Burkett have returned from i
two-week vlilt In New Yoik ..ndlaMIma. FRIGIDAI.REAutomatic
W. B. Cave li Mr.. and Mn. Thos. Mill and I i U .

ton Hospital in Coral Mr and Mrs. Walter Lazier have ..........._._...................1
tog from an operation returned to Canton, O., after vlItlng *-| .
there Tuesday morning last week at the home of.Mr. JIMES ARCIICK SMITH
and Mrs Robert J. Brooksof I Daily Freight Service llOSflTAt NEWS
r. a.Box. MHOMESTEAD.
Washer
Mrs Ceo Fuller, her Florida City. I ...........n au..u.......u.
"'n.' B. E. Anderson, I FLA. :
I Andcnon'i daughter Jimmy Hal til p of Perrine went ; Mane 7t Birth
. ftprirt Wednesday her to Jacksonville this week: to accompany -I I I. To Mr. and Mrs Peter Millsof a New smart styling by ..ayN.w Safe" Laccrttai
former neighbor home his sister and Redland a son on Ott 21To mend) Uwy Centrals an lock '.n"_*
-- niece Mn M. 0. Ward and : i Mr, and Mr. Cha. Cosf All-aarcelaln Inside end awl t. M.convenient M.
I.I fohfl i , Carol, who hav* been ,visiting In I' 7HOMESTEAD man of Redland, a son on Oct. 21.IJTj .
'J'Valient\; In JaMds"Arch" Cincinnati.: Mr. Ward, who also I "Mr''*o4fM( [*. Robert Muwll .Uvt-W.W.thlntonli. ) -x' fits-mesh- *,'1".wen ."
t Hospital made the Cincinnati trip reported -,, ROW en kiy. f '. ,_ of Redland, a ton on OcC 14. llmma Arllaii \
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in Jacksonville for service FalleataSuniery laclualve RaplrfrySpIn, .
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? )(r. wad" Mrs. A. C. with the U. S. Marine Corps. REPAIRS andACCESSORIES KEY WEST -Mr*. C S, Pclllngrr New Tlme-loving hled-0. quieter eparoiles'
i returned Oct. It to and Richard Cave, llomrstesd
443 N. E. 13th st, after Mr and Mr*. Julian 'Richardson Mcdlc.I-F.dw. Fort. Harry VsK Dial dee everylMnj' / a Put It onywhera, n* beltlttfwlamatUelly
Jthe :Summer In of Miami and their children.I.lltd en, Don). Metcalf! Homestead; down
,/ IN. J. On the way \.( relatives In Naranja aeeo. err GMAC PLAN Mrs nose Slrignano. Florid
: 1 visited In Tampa with Monday, AIi'i'Other'Points City; Stephen Ilirms, Henry Stct A D.mon.tratlon-NOWI-S.. why
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1 TO BEHEMNT CLUBAT r --L AbBR.E'NTER 'nISE Friday, Oct. 27, 1950'
PttTUCT MCJCTUiaPIMM .


r I mmmmm Social Events in South DadeJOYCE . . .1 I I meeting for Sunday attending In' the MeMMeter dletriot I All MIIS.-{ :PRRRIDENT BRANDENBURG OF IbiNCIANAAIIIBTRi *}:

I Heal were mMe by mimUtiia of I --If" - ......-.. --- -- .
--- Bmtaeet end Froeee- ,
I =- We-ao' rich ideed.eevenUy kin' H. t. Brandenburg of I Mate federal roar other ... ..
candelabra I at u.h; of-MR. HomtMMd ,,"tided u president officer were r among the 71 ;I:
j WEIFRIDAY Servtof ADVERTISING
here
WALKER AN)) DONALD) GANN were AUTllOlOTY TELLS CLUB -
I'' Mn. Steve Roberta, Mae Clara I Oeate Wife e< Name'rdr'a.. I. tf "Postal PofctfaiM. District o( DM eat ,
EVENING IN METHODIST[ CHURCH I r L I Stevenson, Mire atom OoHop I OF HIS BRANCH OF COMMERCIAL ART M. Weetulev, prey dent, life Key Florid F4e attM el BtWte .,
end Mlas Nancy Ruth Craddock .VteyMM. and. Mra. Prank M(. {Kent Club .1. meeting Meld SaturdayIn
.. Joyce Welker'end sleeve. which Mir Anita Delta ........red.tIIei I reported tltel they ...pet'Ie attend HoAywood Other member orMbewetad't'Monday MRS RED "!CIII. JR. :'a
a' i Mtaf ** tapered to polnl I Col Robert J' Phllpott gave Mrs Lucille Carter and Mn. F. the meeting.Garmteds Must" OM> HONORED OH:' BIBTIIDAr H
\ tMMld Oeop enchanted wedding. at the wrist From the hipline guests.For Homestead AH Club member a I. Lottieh.
( vow and ring el I o'clock Friday he skirt fell .into eoft tun****i their honeymoon within the I factual and keenly Interesting: I The .hoal asn, Mr. Hood, Mrs, were brought for 111- attended, the meeting wereHnJ. Mr. and Mn. Casper Williams
to the OlrW Indus- ;., It. Mr*. M. C
evening In First Methodist toala which extended. toto I ful:I tale. the bride wore a dress' talk on advertising particularly Webb. Mn. Bird and Mr* Ralph 0M shipment Roland of Module enteHebted. at
Church of Homeatead :The bride chapel tra""" A fingertip *eO o r maker suit pf green sheen |...*.1't from an art angle at their first Klngman' carved fruit jute trill School at Ocala After a Lawrence MM Clarence. Grayand supper Oct 19 In honor of the
Is the daughter of Herman L. imported French' Illmlon fen fro m!t dint and black aoseaaerles. Her' I meeting thl* eeejon, held Mm nut and individually iced cake. business teuton, Canute was Mrs. Frank Hausman.Speaker birthday anniversary of their
Walker ot Perrlno and Mrs E. I Juliet cap of brocaded satlt I small velvet hat and veil were. day at the home of Mn Lonnl Other present were Mr*. played and fruit cake and coffee was Mr*. Garland Me- daughter, Mr.*. Fred J. Fuchs,
trimmed with seed pearls, and al were served by the hostes Nutt, of Miami president of the
t r' B. McOarrah of Homestead The softly outlined with Illusion. Thi I L. Hood. Maud E. Chandler Mra.. Jesse E.
I .I/ bridegroom is i eon of Mr. and bride carried a heart-shaped, bouquet her throat wa I strand. of pearl Cal PMIpolt, former outdoor Oo iman, Mr*. J. T. B. McElroy, Jr.Present, "besides those mentioned .
I' Mew George II. Gann of Robert showered with white. lacelor Her corsage wo formed of while advertising specialist' of Holly Mr*. S. T. Mlllerd, Jr., Mrs. H. MEMBERS\ OF DULLARD FAMILY HOLD were Mr. and Mra. Fred

i end velvet. The white orchid orchldi. wood Cal., la now adviser of a M. Perkins, Mn. W' O. Robed REUNION IN RiATiiEsoN\ PARK SUNDAY J. Fuchs. Mr. and Mn. W. D.
I s, The Rev Edwin C. WllUon, centering the bouquet WM circled Since their return Monday Miami National! Guard unit. Hews eon, Mrs. Kenneth Llnke Mn. Plttman and daughter, Susie
} pastor performed the service with purple orchMa, and I night the newlyweds are livingat introduced by Mr. RobertA. Frank L. Skill and grandson and Elizabeth, Fred Fuchs, Jr.,
beneath a white wrought-lron theee In turn were clteled withpurpte I1J N. W. First at. Bollard the program com Frank Centaur, Mr Ralph H. Their first reunion In eight and daughter. of Mr. and Mn. and Charles and Bill Fuchs.EPISCOPAL .
-throated white orchids. The bride wai born In Home , was bald Sunday In Dullard and their fsmiliesi} Mr.
arch and a white nylon 1 lace mil Done 1'... Ben Archer Mrs.. yean
wedding bell. Four candelabraeach The deep purple town of the stud and was educated In the Mrs. Robert J. Heurterman who Lena Link Mn. Frank Hausman, eon Hammock; by the )1a1ha.1 I and .Xr Alvin Simmon sod WOMEN 4. rv
bearing seven burning whit maid of honor was fashioned with lord schools Last June, she was presided told of various exhibits Mrs. T. J. Fitzgerald Mn. Ruth the late Mr. and Mrs, children., Nina Key and Wade; TO MEET AT TAYLOR, HOMfMrs
taper. Illuminated the attar portrait neckline fitted bodice graduated as valedictorian from that will be on display in the MI. Campbell Miss Bertha Nlll I lard former Homeatead Mr. end Mrt. Harry Bey( ol ,
above which was centered a white and long, full skirt She wore a Homestead. High School where ami area during National Art Hausman and Miss Joyce Lay* 1 .n". I Miami and children, Betty Elaine I , Edith C. Taylor ofift K
she was I member of the Ns I Richard end J Jamie Mr. and MnFelts W. Ninth at. will be bosle"P
1'1'01I.' Decorations Included I gold necklace, I gift of the bride Week and announced that painting son I Present were the Seven ,sons ; ;
huge white basket Of gladioli and carried a heart-shaped bouquet Hoed Honor Society and of the for the local exhibit In I Billiard,. Jr, of Montlccllo the Woman'i Aux'llary' of student council She served also and can, Felix\ III; Mr. and MnTrultt John's Episcopal Church on, Friday .
of three
and four standards of white formed purple orchids -
windows be
taken to
chryanthemum' and pompon., showered with purple velvet a* editor-in-chief: of the school\ store Mrs. Ruth Campbell are to ata N. I'KRRINK, : CLUB HEARS MARY\ I U.) MERRITT, I; Bullard and children, No. I. Mrs Frank Hausmahwill

A tall barkrt of the ehrysanthe and ribbon. annual and a* I staff member of Krome eve.Members. I DEAN OF WOMEN, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Laurie Ann Ray and Butch;, present the devotional' 'a'd
he[ school paper, She way I tncnv Mr. and Mr. Fred Chapman of Mn. C. F Strohm will hjif
mum and the pompons stood on The bridesmaid wore Identical
her of the Projector Club a cheerleader voted to subscribe for South Miami; Mr. and Mrs R. charge of the program.
each aide of the arch, against ,
abackground lavender gowns,.fashioned like and an active participant the Metropolitan Museum of Art Mist Mary B. Merrltt, dean' of I Reel\ Mr., 3. L. Doollttle, fn. C. ,Bishop of Miami and Miss Corporate communion will be
of potted palm Mel : that of the maid of honor, and M basketball and aoftball. miniatures distributed by the women at University I of Miami, Harry Wllllanvi, Mn. ,W, W.I Margaret Bollard Alto present administered to members of the
fern The In while kneeling satin bench wnpadded lold necklace., gifts of the bride. The bridegroom, also waa hook-of-lhe.Month Club. They rpoke1 to the Porcine Woman'sClub I Pryor Mrs K, II. Burner! and wtri Mr. and Mra. Claude Bull- auxiliary at 10 o'clock Tuesday
Their cascade bouqurta were Nigh voted also to send a floral arrangement Oct. 19 "A More Mrs Watson Barer .
graduated from Homestead on Sym lard .copalne'ot'the family. morning,,.An Saints'' Day
White satin flowers marked Formed of purple orchid, blue School. He served on the staffs to Mr*. W. B. Cave, pathetic Understanding of Others ,
the pews and a while runnel was and yellow pompons and rainbow of the annual and the school club president, who Is spendingtwo Begins With Our Youth". Miss ( "
laid for the bridal party ribbon. paper, and was active In athletlrs. week In a Miami ho'pltal Ruth Letty Carp, University ot METIIODMT WOMEN SLATS UCqESS>: OF BENEFIT SQUARE DANCE t

Mr, M. C. Lawrence, organist Mrs, MrOarrah mother of' the He Is rnnnapcr of Highway Attractive year: books were Miami scholarship student, poke ANNUAL TURKEY DIMMER PROMPTS. CLUBWOMEN TO PLAN ANOTHER
played the traditional wedding bride, wore a deep green taffeta Texaco Station on 8. Krome eve distributed and a vote of thanks on the tcholarshlp work of the I The -
turkey dinner
; marches is Veil as the accompaniment allle gown and a purple orchid and Is a corporal Co. D, filth was given the year book com Dade County Federation of Wo sponsoredannually
by First Methodist W. The recent dance given 1'1''. E, A. Maxwell" Mrs. L. S.
for Mrs Wm. Mumclwhlt Mn. Gann, mother of the aquare (
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i corsage. Infantry of the Florida National mittee. Mrs Frank Webb Mrs men' Clubs A Junior student
S. C. 8., will be served Nov. | 'Redfand' Mrs, C. J. Llndgren, Mrs.
Haynes
who sang "Because", "I bridegroom, wore a teal crepe Guard i Preston B. Bird Mrs Harris Dllik.EXPECTEO dim Carp had worked In Heldrl- by' Friendship .Clubrasjtttd
In the church: members have"" decided. L. E. Derryberry. Mrs. ; Walk.-
f | IAIYou Truly" and "The gown and a purple orrbld cor.sag berg, Germany, and attended the $150, for the club's work .
Martin J. Turner, Mrs.J. .
Rosary". *. University of Zurich In Swltzer- among the.Inmatei of local hOIMSlor ,
509 AT FANCY DRESS BALL Mrat/ John
: Given' In marriage' by her Sterling sliver candelabra rnch I land On Oct 11, Circle One met with J. Agnew
mentally retarded children
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Mrs, Casper Williams Modello Mrs C. Mrs C. F.
fathnr, Herman L. Walker of holding three white candles, Illuminated CLUB'S ANNUAL HALLOWEEN FETE Mn. F. L. Templcr presented |In ,
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and Circle Two met with Mra, and the aid.Succes Hennington< Mrs H O. Rogers, I
J Perrlne, the brute wa attendedby \ the bride's table at the devotional service and Mica Jo .
I I Selma RelU and Mrs: E. 8. Cap- of the dance prompted Mrs.. Ellen Keen, Mn. Jesse I
Min Joyce Morton, maid of reception held In the social hull Tomorrow night I I. the time chairman of the dance. Anne Jecsee played an accordion lingerie the RelU home rtub member: to plan for an. Greer and Mra Augusta Clad} I

1 i honor, and Mill Fay milliard of the church White chryianthe-. and Homestead Field II the place The club had a shower for It. iota Mr. J. H. Hsltlip club Mn. Daniel Williams other'to-',be held on a date to b, gren and M..... E. R. Adam ;tot I
end Miss Walker, bridesmaids and fern fronds were presidedfor
Malne muma youth conservation chairman
I placed around the white wedding for the Halloween costume ball I clubhouse kitchen Tuesday evening had charge of the program: Circle One and Mn. Sam i.Davis announced later..'The plana weremade'sl Miami, visitors. i
when doughnuts and coffee a Dullness meeting| and
I Best man woe Jack Morns, and cake which was topped by mlnla.t ., I to be given by the Woman'i Clubof were served by Mrs. John. Hale Coke and punch were served crevice conducted Twelve members the .devotional and two covered 'dl>h luncheon held Oct.\ The Woma-:; Club of Horne-!
j. usher were Billy liutchlnson and ure figures In a bridal gone Homestead. More than five Mrs. A. T II'' Mrs.
and Mn. Scl- and Mrs. Sullivan. by the hostesses \lsltori were. present Mrt. Fred at the home of Mn. A. W stead was represented by
; Joseph Davit Mrs. Lloyd Dclu hundred are expected to compete t J. Fuchs, Jr.,'assisted the hostess Llndgren of! Llndgren rd. Mrs E, A. F. Arthur, Mrs. Fred Rhode.!,
cake.
served the
t I The bride Will radiant In I ma Relic for the 12 prizes to be offered FAMILY\ MARKS\ niKTIIDAV ANNIVERSARY In nerving light refreshments. A U Derryberry was appointed Jr., and Mrs J. Ralph Austin. at
r I whit brocaded satin gown made A miniature flower garden of aalctant secretary and Mra. H a board meeting of the county
on empire lint. Selfcoveredbuttons pink and yellow gladioli centered for the most outstanding cos* WITH) FOR MRS. 0, C. RADFORDA report dinner was aerved made: by on the the circle Oct. for U] I O. Rogera, publicity chairman.!! federation Wednesday at the
t .1 fastened tie bodice fromthe the punch table which bore two Inmes. Dancing hour are 10 till) 32 members of the : Present were. Mra. Ceo Wright, Haven School. "
1 collar to the low crystal services and was Illu-nU: 2 Methodist!
/ upturned family party marked the,iclyn and tharles; Mrs. W. D. Men's Club. Mra. Davis Invitedthe
r and closed the long! noted by while candles In crystal Fancy dress I f. optional for the 1 "
Ii r hlpllne. dance Music will be furnished by birthday of Mn. O, C. Bedfordat Sweeting, lilies Effle Radford and group to hold the Nov. II
'0'I Jajr Smith's orchestra from Unl- her home Sunday. Miss Elsie Radford Also present meeting at her home. WESTERN a
o MRS. PRICE SPEAKS ON UNITED NATIONS versify of Miami. Reservations Present were Mr. and Mrs. were Mimes Margaret and Rachel At the meeting fit'ptrcla Two,

II J FOR MEMBERS OF REDLAND WOMAN'S CLUB I will be accepted until 6 o'clock Radford's seven sons and daugh i i Carpenter and Mrt. Bedford's\ M.... H. R. Pierce" presided and
: this evening by Mrs. R. R. Kin- tars and their families: Mr end I i father F. P _Cahoon. Mrs Ahna D. Carter led .5 devotional Picnic Hams
I
't I ard Mrs A F Wynn and Mrs, Mrs Wm. F. Radford of Miami program A .relied was ,
I: The United Nation organization on the third Tuesday of f each Herbert Kats Mrs. Velma dreein and son Charles; Mr. and Mri. 1,REDLAND SOCIETY MARKS male on the seminar: attended
I month for luncheon in the cafe. Harold Radford of Miami and':I llOTII YEAR OF W.SC.S. .
wa the subject of a talk and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan are re. recently by members of the circle.

: by Mr*. Edmund Price tor memben tori urn' Mra M. A. Baker pcctlvcly/ chairman and CO- daughter Jeannie; Mr. and Mn.I:I I The tenth anniversary of the The social service report listed lb. '
I PreFent were 33c
Harold Sickle of Princeton and 33 'visits, 25 cards, itrays.,
o of (he Woman' Club of the Mr.. W. E Gaby, Mn. Frank daughters Nancy and Francei;i I! founding of the Women's Society 11223 In pledget and tl.23 In i

,, Redlondt at the luncheon meeting W. SUllman, Mra. D. M. Rraii- BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN Mr, and Mrs. Virgil C. Redford l I I of Christian Service was marked the flower fund. The society. was
Tuesday, United Nations Day, non, Mrs. E. A. Carter, Mn. Seymour FOR BILLY POW'ELL FOt'R ot Prlncton and children Car- Oct. 19 by the Redland Community Invited to meet with Mra. E. S, .

Jn the Redland cafrtorlum.: j I I Dane, Mn. W t/ ..Mahaitand The fourth birthday of Billy I the Church celebration organization were membersof JoiningIn Barnette of 219 5. W. Third _t. PRESSED end -DRAWN HENS..................59c lb.
Club member decided to meet Mrs Price.
Powell, inn of Mr. and Mrs.. G r. WEEK OF PRAYER MARKED I In November. Pumpkin pie) and
"' f "Id Powell of n N E. Tenth ..., BY METHODIST WOMEN ,,"I 9. of'ttmmf the TamUmUrTempI i+ho brought W'''S. t* ceffer.were" Je"'e, syithehoaleaseee ., FRE$lt ;joiwj. ) SHOULDER
I a Jf- MRS. CEO. CAN TO fi.Vfi Iii tIbIJt: i' I ws marked with a party Oct 10 An all-day meeting and covered- orated birthday cake, and member I

IlJl PARTY FOR LIBERTY REUEKAII LODGE) at the Powell home. dish luncheon marked the close *.pi the Florida City society. On\ bet. 19 members of the'W.
I' The youngsters. played 'IIMI.nll Thursday of Week of Prayer pro Mrt, Harold MarkowlU had S. C S. visited' the Miami," White
were served birthday cake Fire Methodist Church I Temple society and presented a MARKET
grams at charge of the program and MnJyi. .
I I II III A Halloween party for membersof ] After thl* week's meeting refreshments and Ice cream. Favor were of Homestead The prayer programs -: A. Baker Mrs. D. M. Bran birthday cake In celebration of the
I Liberty Rcbekah Lodge will be were served In the candy-filled bankets. were co-ordinated with Uion and Mra. M. E, Wilson were organisation's tenth anniversary Next to City Hall Homestead
i t r given by Mn Coo II. Gann,I banquet hall in honor of thebirthday Small nnnKemrlen of Mrs E. Eileen Bourne Elizabeth and j :.. Ited by another group on Nov. 7,
f : noble grand, Monday evening, at S. Capllngcr Mrs. Fred Llnke Susie Pittman, Janand Donna and will be presented with aj t

I I her home on Roberts rd. and Mis. Robot P Marsh..I Smith, Carol and Sybil Roberts, I birthday cake.BAPTIST ,

t I Sandra and Tommy Estell, Ray --- .
and Rodney Roberts, Billy Ter.
.Ii ReupholsteringTailored
burg, Kenny Crane and Warren GROUP MEETS I

i i,1 JENNINGS 5 & 10 Brundage, AT Mrs.ROBEKTI James H.HOME Roberts, Jr., and OnlyPHILCObriNgs

MRS. SMITH HOSTESS Mn. A. A. Dusty, were ho....... .
Seat CoversAlso the class of
TO WIN SOME CLASS Oct 19 to Oleanen.
.. I First. Baptist Church, at the homeof I such Qualify and
i New and retiring officer of Mrl. Roberta. Mra. Chas. you

tl :-:: Says if again with the Win Some Clans of First New Hollywood Beds for Sale or Have Sthaffer led a devotional service "

Baptist Church were entertainedat Refreshments, orange ihtfoet) I Features for
'
luncheon Wednesday by Mr. Your Old Ones Reriovated. and cake were In the. Halloween only244"IKN.

J ; : VALUES/ VALUES! VALUES! T.home D. Smith on Redlnnd class teacher rd.'Decoration at her ,motif.Present .besides thbw men*

were In the Halloween motif. Honed were Mra. L. K< Bishop
After the luncheon, plans for CallDUFFY Jr., Mrs A. L, Lanier Mn. D. 1
I Oceans of Notions the new yesr's work were mad H. Delllnger Jr., Mrs.. Lyman'Williams I rooner*)
: ::1 at a brief business aesslon.Present Mra John H Whltt, featuN* ol ",

j : were Mr. H. Collier, Mrs. Tom, Blake| Mn.. ',!'.dw. AeV .
; BUY THEM BY TilE DOZEN Ir Ir I Mrl. Millard Caddis, Mrs.. Jay 7S5-w Barnes, Mn R. D. Dodge

Newton, Mrs. Lewis Callahan,, Mrs. Virgil tott, lleOll1IIl'j at.a'p'a"sen- .
f Mr. Herman Dyers Mrs.. O D.. Sprinkle Mra. ... V. Jones,end J '. 'If I
r + Cash and.Mrs. H. IUbb rd. I Mrs. K. R. Ktnkatern. 0 'i r.; cu ft t

r If rloIIIH PLANS 1 i "704-V


,'I 't I f NOyllrr NortoN g IrIMs Cr DAY SILVER A Day OF of'Pr''fIr PRAYER PROGRAM program will. d c: : V ZON.


"1 1 ggCMfN omens be held Tuesday Church at by Silver members PalmMethodist ;A./; Good 'NlifJ for Sunday Eatin'BAKED Iiacsk: dd. k.

\ of Woman' Society of ChristIan .:.m -
""- ..
.f.. Service of the Porcine and CHICKEN LOAF '

I the Sliver Palm churches.: Mrs

i.( f'f'ji LeRoy. Sprinkle will be Itcharge. I .. IaNteV.

'
ji .... .
Regular lira
'\ I I ,k&i&H Monday dinner guests of Mr, pf ::...:
i Val.... t I and Mrs. O. W. Moody of Ida 0I 1 1O"
.f ,,1 raja were Mr. and Mr*. Julian C tiCKtN /

.I i I Richardson of Miami and theli pKEp I--
children Mr. Md Mrt. H. H thus
4 Graham and Mr*. John M. Brown I yowa.If :
,..... of
: EACH and daughter Nancy.Myrtle's "'" pl WITH algetrwobape.C > .
M
,Ild OJ' .... ,
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.. .m to Now-St. It Compare
... FULL.WIDTHii.
k ont,a w r. \Amt raw Beauty Shop ,.. , 'I. 1

erAA16M'ND CUll.." \- Are AI eun IastMpe '/ SIS S. Ftailer Ave Phea Eli ...... :t 'c.-t4 I t,, a..10atrfor holartlEASY CRISPER.
.
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sour PINS ell ... Olaw ..
I CO"M or rvtei Mict" perUllslat la c el ..c-::;. .. J' ,,_t'nd....
tin icxift* ... whrts ....c .. ,
tfNOI mee.oees TWISl AIauewgwoce a tan Q I AU Branches ef Beauty Caltwn' I\\ .,. :;. .., ......::., 'JI I TERMS /f.t..lab.J.;, %
::::4W8" td
AIJNINUN 500415 MYRTLE R. BARNFATHERBenson c,1c,11"\ ..d of ,1oOfO'.. .... ,
r site
man +(500555: a mail" moon ,,1",101 maunc ctorNln Piss y
p1Asr MOOIS"A.'e 11 t Car gnt J.... + zhkk', .,}aid : Buy; Before Federal Sales Tax
.i tornl;, I t'reiEa! \ ".... ;. eodrrve'b. yfssstrte1ze.aed idc. hiret .
MIfM a.mAaa, M MolsuMMroad'

t /toostr'/genesNAgI, : :.n CNAINe 51,1:&a Radio Electric& Refrigerators Smlcei C00b" } '''',1"'fI'\",. 'atot.' ppat't'' \/eranllS' (, "fI"old.'f'\ tot ; Goes in Effect Next Month

vault! JII'cI' : TUM.u.a k '
t.las'es'd' pejeaa e.d.ntut'' wln0*

I Prlae.tea. .... Ill aka A" b i lor \0 Yieldn} 10 ..
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pI.III' tt .
Benson Electric
M."" AM af4M. Co.BEHCNDABLI

Jennings & 10 -c' .. .
,
Beiison Electric Has 1 "' 'I'Qc : ArrUANCE DEALER

I..J."el" wOd. l O4deet established electrical contractor* .fas the Bedlaad\ .

27" N. Krbme Ave. Philco AppliancesPrhteelea '1" ,.. '.f '" In Princeton since 117.PJyme .
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Homestead. .. Fla. -- I !.. din ... e r ev 442 Homestead Prfncetop, Fie ..,_ .


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ANp MUSIC( '
FOR THUWDAY ., / .' - -- -- : ,
I NIOttriN CHURCH LUDRR.KHTRRPRI8J.1 'Prier.,;art;t,. H M-f

Some of the Best CLASsnEDADYERnSING"For !
.'seed artiste Mill be preglad L. Brandenburn and Mn Cba Bargains 1' M arm high .rn aland. on Walrtln hew S-bedronfit" tiouae: ills
| a feamflt musicale to be qxmI W U*, Mil fine a duet A, drive S1MO. Good for avo- carport, terrauu floor.
I by Jennie Uilxlrll riirlr nl raadJl1I WIll be presented. b, lit .. ache and rltrua Pa. ...*. )||. Varma Phone M2. (
Methodist W S C. s on Tallulah t
Webb The (polIT)
Invocation it South Florida
sdsy evening In the church and the benediction will be ) For sale: 40 acres high pin, Aa)
i M. home eve An offering pronounced I for avocado, mangos or g&Ma.
| b* taken.be Wlllaon' by the Rev. Edwin C. I .. ..? r NEW INI moM. O* -. Good glade land for aal.* at only Call 441-J-l or 445-" .4. (|4M)
paitor
Mai H4)). ale $IMJ. Harris I (ISO an acre good lrmi Ph
i public in Invited to Rent
which begin at hearpregrem a Are Here in Homestead ........a.......aa....... "IWfrujeraUon Co, IW N. Krom Mary r,. OMUaaen vainfa MBCHOB ...
GADWAY ( I >...... IN. 111.7.. :: Lest
rillLDKEW
TO ENTEftTAlt: (tons>)>, JORDAN ...... .................:
I.slold. a will be Mm John CIIOUMMiben Dewnataira
W. apt. for
reel to the air: Winchester .
model T$,,
organ; Bill Rice, truapel; I of id.. HH 1919 Plymouth Special DeLuxe 4-door Sedan elderly. ...*. Mra Lul Ale' *. H-c Ubr. dip matMMlM tffJ RC Broker Mi. t/l-nPar Lest: "* **,-eoored! halter Ill I
Roy Nelson' vioJJn. QbeUl JUAsir N. E. King Hwy (ofo-U 1 I rifle
I wll with Lyfna
=
bt ntHalhd sIgIL Resaa.o brood, weight around .
II l be played by dim -Radio, weather control, plastic seat HMO you CM OWfji.L
Rullt I a
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.
a HaltoMen aWt
NT
utland and Miti Mabel Ruth .party .t 7 .**><* Pat rent: Apartment on N. I&:: or Stl-M-4. (ottf) ...." in .ietll..nt leeetl. at men near Silver Palm dt.
ttardajr mnini at the fawn* or( covprg$, sun visor 4 new tires, Helm loth .1 Ph. 7440W-1 or 1M. A1))
>. piano. and by Mrl Whlt- Mr. at.. Ph. 611-R or are 1d r. Red Poultry Market now aU near ---. I-b.dreem. t par* (
and .
., Beam organ, and Mnyd UII N. W.Mn Second Tho av...Champney by bumper guards front and A. L Lanler, E King Highway. ,. fresh fish on ThUrad.,., .......: ... lea Echo Jordan. re,. bro .. ...... .....

B. Chambers pIano. Mn Joan, John and Joy rear ............................................$1395 (ol7)I, days and Saturd.,.. Phone '4.1.I I II"". Ph. 1554.2bedroom Aliicellaneous? .

WIlL Muuelwhlta, and Frank,I children of Mr. and Mrs. M.// '-room upatalra apt, gai itov,' Aetna from Margaret Ann. ...............!....... .,..e
will tint solo and Mn . house
II.] nt shin Frlgldilr. $M month (II5-U) the bath terNuo -
- -- ---- Mrs Maud Chandler, Rt J, Bo noon, utility room, carport i I
1917 Dodge 4Hloor Sedan...............$1095 >I4, Homestead, Silver Palm dr.I DAMP CHASERS will keep SillI ft lot. Terms ar You are Invited to vlalt Wolfe'a
dampneaa out of Economy Auto
your
piano Supply oppwto
ranged. Ph. 44t
tnd house (aM-U) I
W. of Tenn.
olTtf I Plan tuning and repaira. Chat Margaret Ann, (oI7)
Helger. Ph. 8172. (2l-tf)
For rant) IMrnithad 'Pla. Florldl I
1916 Oldsmobile 4-loor Sedan-Hydramatlc City, oppotlt port office Owner Orchid blooms for tale, $1 and LIst Your Property YARD lawn service BARBERS. Phones- 'Comp 1111.",and" t t11I1.

drive, new paint and plastic 1300 S. W. Itth St, MiamI up.Chas J,Fay,Mowry dr.I ml I .W. (o4-tf)
1 l Pbon 48-5012. (poST) W. of Krome. ph. In." We Have
I 1I. feat covers ....,.$1195 Buyers
1................... RUBBER IIOSB moatthen Irarloada Offering I* Bayer
For Sale-Miscellaneous I In Miami slack, Every t-bedroom
...............a......a..a.. kind and every sire for every room, dining frame home, kitchen living WATER CLOSETS
room
1917 International 1-ton Stake purpote-fir*, auction Irrigation bath. LAVATORIES, lUTIITl'MOalTanlaed
spray, welding, air. $ toiMjuallty JALOUSIEO front porcll
Truck ......$845 1940 Ponllac elation "wagon good brandi of garden hora Our prlcca Includes hot water healer (it and
mechanical condition, and Black Steel HMMl
originalowner I slave electric refrigerator.
are amazing. Inspection. Invited
overall tires, Just the Price 15,200 with ONLY 11.100 Pipe
A
I ma ton Ho** and :Rubber Co. ioU
car for grove or farm use. Only down payment. Convenient Pipe Hlllnra
JB4I .
N. Miami av* Ph. B445 fl
'.: 1916 Chevrolet Club Coune. New paint, seat $295. Bernhardt 87-5108 or P O: dis-tn) lermttto the balance. Harry Markov, Inc.
Box 1254 S. Miami
(
trim. po20))
covers and inside Motor in
perfect
17* M. DIXIE
HWr.
For sale: All varleUea of mln.otrtel NICELY FURNISHED 14>cod.
condition ......".......$895 Used H-ton room air conditioning ,, $125 per 100. Rrooki room home Living room, Off L* Jeun Rd. Coral Cablti
unit new style, ref U'II, Tower Nursery, Inn dining kitchen 41 1151 there 41-eU
now $185 Harrla Refrlgrratlnn << (m2-tf! ;) room, TILED
,Bath, screen rear porch, carport -
I' Co., 140 N. '
Krome. Phone 196 CONCRETE BLOCKS all close IMMEDIATE POSSES.
1910 Ford 2-door Sedan oIT Drura'f SEE: ALEX LANI:1for: well
.$375 ( ) Block Co. Narinja, Fla BION. ".110O down payment
Phone (73. drilling. N. E. Klngi highway
ROSES guaranteed to live and 111 II monthly payment at 4'% eJl-R.
bloom. AARS Winner. from Die For ask: McCormlck-DwIng 0-4 Interest on the balance, |In- Il'h.
I.i I.l I. ioulh't larf't grower of patented type tractor. Small, compact, nudes taxea and Insurance. WK DO reliable wateb, rtpatnng! ,
rowi. Write now for new powerful, excellent mechanically, I Woods Jewelry, UcCrory AM
i ESTAYER LONG MOTORS full (color free catalog TY-TEX 'good[ rubber, power take-off. Ph. ll-ACRE IIOMESITF I cad. (a22U)
INC.
NURSERIES, Box 812, TYLER, 406-M-t (a4tf/ ) -Near Homestead I acreeearlfied
TEXAS. with peptic tank InUllrd. : RADIO REPAIR-QulcIc service.

e : ... ....... ... ........ Also 1.10 acre In I All work guaranteed. Prlcet
Dodzc PI'mouth Sales & Service Slightly unfd home
from $135 DEAUTIFUL HAMMOCK. reasonable Robert J. Brooks,

N. Flagler Ave. Homestead Phone 378 Harris Krome. Rcfrlxerallon Ph. 186. Co., 140(o2T N) For..Sale-Real.........A..Estate... ... Price $1,000.BUSINESS Dr Robert. Florida rd. City)lust north Ph. 634-W.of Palm

ONLY SERVEL) j I
l
PROPERTY
on I .
I W. hive them Want S-t edroom CBS home KROME APE EXCELLENT Expert watch and jewelry repelr.log. .
Jidlei dungaree, aim I to 20 with fir pine on Urge lot for INVESTMENT Should All work guaranteed. Nell'a,
THE ; Jennings S it 10, Homestead Fla only $7,7 5t See Echoe Jordan, better than 11000\ "per groaa year 15 & Kromc. Phone 11$. (ot4-U)
(o27)for ) reg broker Ph. 789J.Lota ,
with TOTAL punches* PRICE PLASTER PATCIIINO. Wale
REFRIGERATOR ;. sale: Piano, good tone, recently I, S, 3. bile t Downer, 22000. ONLY $1,000 CASH to guaranteed. Franrli Fox, Ph.
i tuned Price $85, Ph Sub No, i, tifo e $1500 handle. I In." (all-U)
789.3. total price for entire group. Write I ,
owner, P.O. Box 112, Coral) TEXACO DAR-D-QUE 18. HARDEN Hauling, landacaptnt:
Young, tender TURKEYS, 6 to blr. Fla. (o27 Stool Counter Itrer. wine I topsoil potting toll, sand, rock
12 Iba. Fred Fucha, Roberta rd., C'.I) and food Equipment: include fill. Ph. S43-R. Write Rt 2, Dog
Wildln dr. Ph. 525W. (ollJ7)Allbrail ) -bedroom home, $4,300 new draft beer radon and S I 14-A. Homealead.PAINTlNa .
price See Echoe Jordan ft freeze income during
reg I deep
baby-bed complete with brokrr. Ph. 78B-J. I first should for and DECORATING
lnveitment
year pay >
4.7: 1 mattress For infants up to 4 I Interior and exterior, MiLean.
S 1 if6ntJ I yeah old Al o three-quarter<< bed Small home on King dr. between phone 746-R (pdl)
leis mattress Call n5.W.
Redland and Richard rd $4,SOaah
i
ALSO buys In GROVES,
1. SavsI (o27-nl) A. L. Bryaon. (poll) ACREAGE good, HIGHWAY front' I W*pistols buy, of soil all and kind trade H.II'II gum II and 8Xrom

For auto supplies and arts ae* Specious 2-bedroom CBS fur. age and Business Property, ,, *. Phone US. (o4-U! )
.. ';I Wolfe'i Economy Auto Supply niihed ranch home. Unusual
opposite Margaret Ann. o27)) eaturei.. On N. W 4th eve ..n4AYOI'.do FOR COMPLETE REAL W* buy old told. Teeth, old rings
ESTATE SERVICE pee ,witches, etc. Nell'a, 1$ S. Krome.
I j" For Ml_Electric range, good dr. (poll) Phone Ida (ol4-lf)

I laM8 {Lon&t. condition: a bargain Mra A home on IS A. desirable loch
t(fteV4 Mayo 27 N. W. Ut at .. .((0201'1 Von for; tnller park pr tourist RICHARD. FUCHSR
pefa'.6& develop men" Total price $11,100 |UUrtiJ Broker I Wanted

We Buy and Sell rho Mary Dickinson, evenings at John It Half end Fare Bocner .................... ......A.4
K-J.. RUterd Saleemenhill
with our Burlap Bagsand N. Federal. Hwy. Wanted: To buy used household
NEW LOW PRICES. Three residential corner lob Phone IIS P.O. Box 591
.
.. 14th .011 135x135 at
Cotton Bags totaling .t"1
Member of Chamber
r oJ and First eve Real buy Ph. Commerce Wanted: Lawns to mow, hrub-
Won you choc any refrigerator, lee the. famous Serv I FARM MACHINERY Ala B.ahelI..re- 13t, Crane. (o27)) . of bery to trim Prompt and efficient .
OM Rerrlcerator-ancl compare It You'll find only Servo Cralea .f all kind ,- aervlct Ph. 197-W. (o20-nS

I hag a freezing system that will stay silent, lasts! yean 5 E RV I C E w1 k* glad' '. ".* I. year A.B.C. Bag & Sharecropper for pine-land, well-
and
place dark Electric Services
y.er plowing Benson;
f longer The reason Not a single novtni. wearing part. .. ; located,, S. D. Itphrer, Ph.
Come SorreJ'a BHlag, plaallng, tulUviUng sad Crate Co. Radios & Refrigerators TAVER-LONG S04-J-1, (atilt
tea new Loni-LUe Design that will stay r
,.. g
I "'* .11., nlpiMBt, ak* your tractor. Tab lutpcrtloa la tree
i modern e. Ita new Quick-Chang) Interior that will save aal ,. '44 N. W. Silt Are, Miami Princeton, Ph. 411 I ,
t' may ,meal costly Sold delay late W* bar parts fee I MOTORS, INC Wanted: homes fur cats and (logs
': ,H tim and work. You'll lay/Servd!, for me!I" Dearborn Implement and Ford Trartora' Oar mhalr have Phone 81-1171 Ilameilead, Fla.Authorized. HI Phone Mra. A. C. Eaiton. at178M.

..1'i' tins Iwfar the rub learna to J*any work yea..... Jiut,.- -' :i,. P27)
B

''.\ Growers Equipment Co. I I I DODGE.PLYMOOTH I

t r George A. Crawshaw Parts Service H I I 5 ',h.-509-W SHerman


213 S. Flagler A\'e. Phones 302.303 & __ -."" Marks\
4RN/I e btr Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor '

For Plumbing, Call en Associated with Radar Knappea TlppttU CnglaearlBg. C*.


CHARLES FALES Butte 1819 DuPont Dulldm| LAND SURVEYING

Momblnt Contractor . Fixture and Bupplle*. I
f I Phone 386-R() S Miami 32, Florida Telephone 0-4741 Hugh F. Darul

Gas-Oil Products inc. I. Everett W. Shuler

rhen $37 . . After 1 p. m. ,...w

Of Florida Benson Electric tiles GENE COONEYSigns
Homestead Roofers"When
Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS Philco Appliances Homestead Engineering Co.

VIC COOK, llomeatead Manager
REGISTERED LAND t'BVETOK:
PHONE 411 FLAOLER AT KROME
relocates. Ph. 44t Ill B. Krome. llomeatead w* get through, rain can't"

Reefing, Aebeat.e pod - -
Rflng Biding. Gulteri tMtallrd.Bullt .

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