Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 30, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Volume ID: VID00680
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWS\ paper Since 1912


38th )'earu No. 39 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER_ l 30, 1949 Price 6 Cent


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"Pear" Prospects Seen For Killing This Season

Grower of plneland tomatoes

her are expected to "make a GLENN'S PLEA
this account of
killing" season on

the Aug 36 hurricane which !
As Good "Best Lime wiped out the early Fort Pierce

as and Indian River crop. The FOR REZONING BEAT ON PAPERS RADIO TVThe

.Iorm-ctealoed acreage wai replanted ,

but local) grower arc I '

Season Since 1944"That counting on the two or three week I Rejection of Roger/ Glenn'i application Leader-Enterprise scored a on the ocean kid of Plantation

I delay to give them a two-week" for rezoning of Lot II '_ six I -week 'orldoop with Its Key has already been cleared.\

I market fre of all competition and 14 of Unacotl Addition to Aug. 12 story of Art MiKe of The treasure and Ite" discoverer
I except that of Texas, permit hit Installing a toft drink Itomeatead will be featured on th*,cover of
and the sunken treat-
and school supply shop In Otenn'i a" early .Issue of(,Uft magazine
There about too to lOOi
which he recovered 30
Print Shop building at 61 N W. ure May '
: this ,ear'. lime aeason, .ertI of plneland tomatoes In this The story was featured la AP
Second ave Wit voted Mondaynight \ from i wrecked 17th\ century
UP and
the best tine lD44. will avocado be followed TO USE. ROAD area, according to County Agent. by the city council The Spanish galleon on. i coral reel' and Acm .talephoto wlrephote' and stories by INS by,

by tn equ.Uood prediction Chat. H, SteffanL He says thatJiff action wai taken after protest by off the Florida Keyi.Purchate stories, McKee Mid yesterday.
It the hopeful
competition In former !near-by neighbor end property n lie hit 17 In which
yean by Smithsonian Institution newspapers
local and shippers
pi> growers '
f one-third more CURB from the Indian. River section and owners. of one of the three salvagedsilver the Smithsonian release baappeared
Approximately BLOCK TO
against the propoaed
Texas has discouraged rockland : .
limes wre, moved In May June E barb caused the story to be Among them. ar:
were Harry Cooper
re-toning :
and July this year than In the planting 'In Dade County which broken nationally In a ,NBC the Washington Pott, which
who described himself ai having
llmlltr period lat season, report' hat'harveited II many ai 1,500 aid "4t broudcttl Friday nlghl Sine then carried front-Bag picture ol
for M "Iht
taxes 33
C J. Penman of Parman-Lehman THEFTSTo acret. paid year .It hat been splashed with headlines the Smithsonian bar Brldgeton
biggest property owner '
Packing Co. who estlmatei thai Planting throughout the state block", the Key ('.eo, Kufcldt, ? and pictures In Americanand (N, J.) Evening New. Chi Milwtuke -.
considerably better prices should It expected to reach 10,600 acre pastor of the Church of God, and N foreign languRg! / newspaper: Journal, St. Lout Post
,pave brought grower an average In contrast to the 7,500 acres the McKee told of the surcenfu Dispatch, Memphis Commercial
planted last fall.AUXiliARYHAS Mr* Kufeldt, who expressed treasure. hunt and exhibited an' Appeal, Savannah Morning New,
of I $3 field crate
Mt price $ or a
halt thefts which fear that the soda shop might
l the trees. According to a recent grove 11.1i BO-pound silver Ingot on a tel'-I Detroit Newt, Tempe News, St.
pn +
have demoralising effect onpupils
have amounted to $3,000 a
some p vision program Saturday Louie Globe-Democrat and Do-
survey there are about U3t acres should Its ownershipeventually .
M to limes in Dade County. worth of fruit within the part few I I pan into unscrupulous Station WTVJ. Monday night on 1 mint L* Prcns.

To'date, Florida Tropical Fruit day, the sheriffs office and local ,hands;; Goo W. Smith who expressed WTVJ he showed the felevUlon According to the Washington
Grower Association has shipped are co-operating to crackdown opposition to the entry of whorl, "Treaiure, Inc," under Post discovery *f the bar it
",poo bushels of the fruit, according on the fruit thieve business houses into the resulon- 7a .B wWr r.e water film of the discovery, for hailed by Smithsonian. tl a egreethistorical "j
to Wilton LovclL As the result of a meeting of I' which WTVJ is dickering for 60- find. Tbt TO-pound
.. till area; and Mr C. T. Harper, SILVER AT SMITHSONUN-A valuable souvenir from a bygone
Exact figure were not obtain growers and county authorities $$2,805 1ANTCHILD'S day exclusive right. Smllthtonlan: bar bought for
s ; former member of the city council era; t sliver Ingot from" a Spanish galleon discovered off .Una
Florida Wednesday In Homestead, fruit Pallie News hat approached $1.000, It kept under lock and
able from fred plowaty of who urged that the city Continue Florida Keys this week, ti examined at the Smithsonian IntUtu
Lime and Avocado Growers, but truckers will\ be required by the I I McKee about making a newsreelof key In the National Historical
Its past policy of denying tlon by a vUltor, Miss Mary Lou Llttl*, 19, of 6 Wtiss rd. SUV\
the proposed opening of ?Me- while lb.m.rkllll" *
tile firm handled one-third more state road patrol to present billsof application to act business \ Building xprU study
WARDA up \.r Spring, Md The Swlthtonltn paid 11000 for M* of the
Kee'i Museum of Sunken Treai The br the
this season th*. test, he sale to show ownership the enterprises In residential aerUoni bar
lit loads carried. The growers ,have Wm C Ewing, owner of property bigots found by in undersea photographer la ,the stokes hip ure ihc. for which .,-.rre tract stamp of the Nate ,silver mint

by Harold E. Ken- agreed to furnish the billt of sale within the block, spoke in ---"----, of Panama which wr worked by
dall of Gould will total 110,000 to fruit buyer, and truckers who favor tt the re-toning and urged) E Indian slaves under the Spcnlird ,
bushels this season,, ha estimated lack the proper credentials will report that the treasury of the council to "let Hometteac In the reign of Philip IV of Spain '
Investigation and James Archer Smith Hospital ((1(21-65)). Smlthaonlan't offer to
r yesterday.Parman. face possible growl The re- :unlha WM advo- :
4 believes that local arrest by the sheriff office, Auxiliary now has on hand rated also by Councilman Wm. buy tile 60 and 80 pound bare'
avocado men fan 1 look forward to I Rind Patrol Chief Jim Barney $2,80563 for equipping a chil (Continued on Page Three') refused by McK*.
better-fhan-utual' price because report that, the patrol will setup dren' ,ward and making other jIi.L'F' Thai two bars '
I the Aug. *< .hurricane: \ virtually road- block to Inspect the hospital .Improvement, roused "fr treasure silk ,, _
I ,wiped ,out the up-state crop the] credentials 61 ill "fruit truck the enthusiasm of both' speakers: CHILDREN'S 1I0 IEBLOODnOUND4JP 1 by Mrf
local crop 1 la short and the Cali leaving the Redland District. The and audience at Friday ,hight'smeting Bun]

I" crop N bock.I 1 ht, and late, sheriltt. offlc hat. .' .established of.' the. auxiliary. In theither on,
2krcl l ta +st. +MQdi,., tf! rpalrWl'"b:""- '-*' lfl,..aB ct\t. .,, ., 1..;,J ; ot\\
very goad/during Ihe last two! 'widespread) pilferin' t L.: Chandler; l r 1 or
s wtek.of October and November of th hospital board and also'' ,' McKee Is pretlci __
and December. Parman says. member of the county budget SET FOR OCT. 7 IP! 000 development 'vorporJ

y, A Brook of Brooks, Inc" 3 LOCAL MEN committee, said the local; hospital! B, Jackson of Kendall _-
estimates that there are 10 percent should be mad *bl* to take car A. blood round-up for benefif president John B. Davis of 1 om .
lest avocados this year than of the district In an epidemic the Children'' bane| Society, stead It secretary, end Fielding x
last but predict prices ranging HELD IN ARMED that crowded Jackson Memorial Southeastern Division will be A, Ruff of Homestead I II treasurer,

toward to $. a box before the end Hospital could not depended- held' from t:30 a, m. to I pi m. The present officer and director
tt the season Present prices are on to take the overflow. Friday, Oct. 7, In Sacred Hear will serve until Nov I when tile
from |3.BO to (4.Harod ROBBERYTRY I "Aid can't come from taxes clubhouse,. announce Luther L lint annual meeting of the stock
;, ,, X. Kendall expect to, (Continued on Page Two)! Chandler, sponsor Thoe who will holden will take place and k nw
market some 60,000 bushels of! Louis A Orubbs, 40, of Hom+- Permit give blood for treatment of the .J board will be elected .for onF
atocado this .season Whan outlet .I stead and 8 II Cicero). Under- $ orphan are atked to telephone year term McKee say..
run short, Kendall hips the I wood: 29, of Princeton ware To Davis Tractor Firm Chandler at 512-R on or before An outstanding feature planntdlor
fruit: by air, but the rate Is too bound over to the Criminal Court I Oct. 6 to that adequate arrange I the museum project I* 'yacht
(Continued on Page Four) under bonds of $10,000 each 344-+ The; former Glad and'Grove menu may be made. t basin to ,be connected with the
I day nin/it/ t by Peace ''Justice tIna Supply Co. ttor*..t 215 W. Flag- 1' If needed, transportation will ocean by a 210-foot chaanel. M >>
non W. Turner on charges gr ler' *v*, 1 II being remodeled and be provided, tea lay*. The basin will b* crested
GROWERS ASKED out of the wounding of Allen 1 enlarged for headquarter of Miami technician will come! torf I from a rock pit which it
Carter Saturday night In, an Grower Equipment I C*., Ford here to take the blood donations. 970 feet long, 200 feet wide and
I(I alleged robbery. attempt tractor agency recently bought by Light refreshment will be served A 24 feet d"p"1 mH low tlij..
TO FILE POTATO A third suspect George (Mutt) I th* Arthur,Vinlng Davit lnitrtsta by the sponsor tothoso who contribute I I Excavation mad to obtain rock
Walker, 32, 'of Florida City ; from 'Herbert Weld.. and dinner will be provided for the state road department, bet -
;ACREAGE PLANS Wit, removed to Pratt: Gen I A permit for Improvements for the technician t fore the McKe purchase, would s
eral Hospital shortly after hli amounting<< to $.,300 was Issued Donor arc reminded by Mn cost $' 1.000 now according to en'iinrera' -
arrest when he "threw a Monday night by the city council Chandler to abstain from food r'jr estimates. McKee "r"
"'0 qualify for 1)fe'government the city jail, according to Con-I I I to Ehly Construction Co, Vavls other than bUik unsweetened I The channel to the tea, yt to M
potato support price program (ConUnued on Page. Two subsidiary, f coffee person who have had J dug,. will be 24 feet wide and six
which last season brought $308,- malaria pr -hp ire more than 69 feel deep. A contract nee signed
000 ,to Dade growers, this year I year of age are not eligible al I Wednesday for construction be-
farmers will be required to comply \Wild-life Lookout and Concessions donors 1 side the basin of a $5,000 bait and

with Individual planting An enthusiastic turn-out li tackle shop and quick lunch stand
quotas to be set up before the Given Green Light for 'Glades Park urged by, Chandler, "The Chll- for fishermen r.
star of the planting season Edw dren'i Home Society I II nlwayi In I| Marine railway will -b* Installed
A. Little, local- 'administrative Sill debt to the blood bank for truna. for dry docking boat, and
adoption of the national the which was passed early .
officer announced yesterday In Expected both wet and
fusions needed by the youngsters, dry storage will bf
the put, Dade grower have been park bill amendment to; thli week by the Senate, The bill he said. "The society Is non-de- I Iovaileble I 1 For outboard motor
able to get away with over-plant halt oil exploration In the perk sets Oct. 8, 19M at the cut-off' nominations. It has five major ; r boat MithuiiaiU who object 'I*
leg their quota because the allotment after 1898 hat given th/ *. go-ahead date I I.for found earlier exploration.In commercial unlessoil homes In Florida and has cared running their trailer Into saltwater
have not been set up until for 42,000 youngsters within the a davit will be Installed te
for certain fmPJOfttaIn ,
after the local crop I II, in the signal : amounts.Immediate ; past 20 1'a,..." wing the boat from the trailed
Nittonaf Improvements
ground. ,Everglade Park park As usual In South't>ade Dlood Into the sea There will be a boat
TO qualify, each potato farmer Backers of the amendment contemplate include the construction of[temporary lank round-ups, the donor may livery and a marks filling *UHtion
It asked to notify Little ef the no difficulty In obtaining concessions buildings at give bjood to other accounts If he sailing gas and ellI fuel,
Intent of his planting )atentloni approval by the House and Coot Bay to. be operated by, National chooses. y r\ A glass-bottom boat will operate
by Saturday. J' 1 the signature of the President for Park Conceit Ion*," Inc. 4 from'th* basin to show tight ,,
according to Park SuperintendentDan \ aNn the d..p.... divert seeking
Beard The corporation it a NEW\ AG LABOR i treasure at the sunken wreck and
8 P. M. Street Box Collection Starting i non-government concern which practically unknown marine gar*
I handle tlmllar: concessions: *t dtp aid by McKee to
BE surpasany
Today Betters Airmail Connectionsday I Mammoth Cave and other national CONTRACT J- other he bal seen -
show place Beard explain resigned
by Hoowstttd Ard
*, The Coot Bay concetilon OCT. 1 1A I tect: C J. Parman
SIGNED an the
Additional collection will be that each 'collection It made will Include store ,tetlon Pilot kr Jtrk Uv>
: a filling1 THE PICTURE THAT SCOOPED THFM ALL This picture of McKe wearing diving I suit j and it the project Will be of old,
the note
made from street letter boxes Patron are urged to that '
snack bar and comfort tt*-
holding bar of silver bullion appeared in the Aug. 12 issue of lie Homestead Leader-Lnterprls Spanish architecture: with tile
located In the residential section I (Continued oa Pap Four) tion. i iAt new ,farm labor contract lobe with story that scooped all other newspapers" radio I and televinjon. Small picture at top of page roof*. 'J'be 21-foot by 89-foot( mu-
beginning today, announced .Ir..1 I the mouth of LotUnan's' signed with the Bahaman government appeared In the Washington I Pat of Sept 25 and It reproduced with the telegraphed permissionof I Mum proper will have two ok-
tog Postmaster A.V. Phillips Growers Invited to See River, a cabin II being buijt for Saturday will reduce trial. newspaper, (Continued on Pig Two)
yesterday. Cover Crop Test Plot ooccupatlon by the park rangers from $re to $10 the bond thai }
mall collection will be I IThll and warden who patrol the have been required to
mad between 7:30 and I p. m. Demonstration cover crop plot northwest park area by boat and make for each laborer report No clue has been found a* to 1-Hall Slate Cancelled ;t I Potato Experts to Give Information :'
dally except Sundays and hoU-j planted to Otwotan. and Biloxl alrboat. Beard reports Plan call either t* Chandler, The new con- he Identify of burglar who rifled }'CJ1'Lack of PatronadeLack .
:day," he said. The mall soybeans may be seen by interested for early construction of an ale.rated Fact provide also that 25 per a Juke box and cigarette and pinball I of resulted tn At Growers Meeting\ Slated Tuesday
,ed In the early evening grower on the J. Abney board-walk out into freshwater , I cent of the laborer' pay be sent machine Sept. 20 at the Club patronage
t dispatched "with the ether mall Cox farm It the Intersection of Taylor Slough cast of home. Instead of the' 15 per cent Embassy: reports Constable pet : cancellation of Homestead'
sent out on the last dispatch of; Alltpatteh rd.' and Coconut Palm Parodies Key for the us of ..UdUf specified In previous contract. Morgan, who I* Investigating, the abflball program Friday nightIn An Informative meeting for speak on spoilage In marketing)
p I the day that closes at the post, dp, announce County Agent observers.! The required bond assure the cat, the second week of a proposed Dad; County potato grower will early Irish potato. Green .-will
office at 10 p. an."Each .1 Chat. H. SteffanL The flourishing To select the e rttcgte situ. for cost to the government of apprehending 12-week schedule. .* be held tt I o'clock Tuesday afternoon present Information taken from
street: letter box has vine-type soybean look "vlf) two 10-foot fin towers to' be any alien who should I ewe were losing from $10 jo In the a Dad County study of harvest
,timecard Indicating the time of' promising" and may replace the I erected in the park ITeglonal decide to "do a v.niahlna..ct: ," TUB WEA TJlEIC $12 on each nights play, and w* It L. Cox and Son Ins, grading and packing pract

1 I' velvet been as a cover: crop here, forester Fred. Arnold arrived Chandler explain In the Initial OfftrM "racer ., a s.a. could not keep thai up," says packing house at Princeton, announces tic*, humidity record in the
MrLEOD RESIGNS Steffanl) predict. Wednesday from the Richmond contract, grower deposited ..- 9".w.4. "..... Promoter CM. Ska 11. CJ. had County Agent Chat. IISteffanl. harvesting season, results of test

Wra. J. McLeod. president of i Both the Otwoten and Shoal regional headquarter $40,000 In bond money to' have a... "&.I r''".l| sap pro three of Miami' top learn scheduled Information will be pre! shipment, and other .factor. ale
Florida Tropical Fruit 'Grower varieties were planted her for State Road IT the Only land ,the government bring In 2,000 Sept 22.__$9 TO 28MB21 for play>> her with the Homestead vented on the 1'30 potato program feeling the Dade Industry
,AoocUUon, ha submitted his! the first time this yr for d m- access to the park Is still being I field worker Florid o assigned Sept. u---: .90 71 2187 AU-Sters for four night and phase of the Industry Donald L. Brook, asaoclitji.
resignation on account of ill i contrition purpose*. The cover r-workd by the county road 4e- labor his averaged,less than on Sept.It___ .DO 71 3(87005 each week, but the public wouldnot from field to market, Eteftanlay ) agricultural economist at Unlver
health. He wffl be succeeded tempocarlly crop plota are expected to _I* partllllDtu.1I'd to the county 1 per cent run-.....,*. In centrist: Sept. 25..J9. 71 M87002 pttend. the game" ,: *. sity of Florid Experiment Sl4l J
by Ceo. Batchelor vice- turned'.under Monday, M inter I Una; but the Moore County tec I to seven to eight per cent for the SepI.IS"U: "" 72 2901040 Skall directed au eeaful summer R. E L. Green agricultural lion will present "Coai of Production .
president! of the growers co-op estedM farmers should make ancarlyflDspaction toe I* to "pretty'bad'+ shape* 'according Mexican labor imported into California I Sept, n.--'I 71 21.13 tr lgu prof ram for !( economist of the University of and Return cn< IMf

erative. .._ I o, Steffanl say. I to Beard. .1' Chandler!, My*. '*.*,Sop 2I..a1:: $ 72 280015 DWrictr < 1 rlnrldii Experiment Station, will County PoUto"' ,'-f' '_ '-AU
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Paf Two 'HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, September 30, 1949


CITY OKAYS TAX- Creator of Fabric Designs Explains GROUP DRAFTING AlfelLIARYCentlMted ELVIE MIZELL I I Plan Second Manual\ Training Class 1

,I ( fren rage One) I[ from Roll of 21

I BUDGET BILLS.ELECTRIC Process to Homestead Soroptimists I NEW\ C.C. BYLAWS\ Just u*." new" he ..... "It Ie I tap W I IFS. IN TEXAS I To Handle Overflow '

Neat apeakar at the fioroptU Tueaday eveaJng' when a Untied He) amphaaiaed] alxo the. super> I Twenty*** enrolled Mender, The claaae are a pert of lie
CODE I mist luncheon In lassos Farm Natlona and Founder Day program NOTICES MAILED for care< to be had1 In the Homestead BvM it, Muse. M-yeet-oM" night for the ".week adult manual achool syatema Industrial artaprogram ,
llouaa Monday was Mre Robert will be given. bof.pi4al."Tha& la something resident of Nacanjj I. died Sept 27 taught at Homo and are not trade claieaa

Homestead budget and mlllag 1. Heleterman. of Silver Palm dr. A committee to draft amendments feu cant buy with money," la Defies. Tax, at the home of training School class Kermit R. which are taught only at Miami
by School.
he added stead High TechnlcPl High
eVdinaoeaa who create and execute fabric I 3 LOCAL MEN to the charter and ..,.la.* ja eon,Clarence Mien! with whomhe I
wen adopted U J lnl- designs/ for the New York ...UIII! of the Redland District Chamberof Father Paul Manning of Sacred Wenkstern, school Initrurtor
WHwty by the city council wonJny d..11Ifirm, R al Associate: (Continued from Pip One) Commerce which win permit Heart Churrt, who waa trained war visiting Funeral aervlce. aecond course haa been scheduled! Adult Fellowship of Silver Palm
< night at emergency measures, which aha .la part owner table Morgan. Walker war releaaed president of civic and veteran to direct welfare work on a statewide will be conducted by the Rev. to start In February to meet the Methodist. Church which held It.
by the hptpltal) to basic, told of the varied and John It What at 90 Saturday demand for Instruction which ,
and an ordinance wai approved The artist used numerous piece I appear organlMllona to alt on the board ; second meeting at the borne of
to incorporate part of the ..IH.Itk.1 of silk to illustrate I types her designs .I Iill. Judge Turner court here of director, was appointed at a extensive field in which he afternoon in Turner funeral chapel could not be handled by the current Mr. and Mr*. Crouaa. Eighteen: \
take and aha ahowed, also, Wednesday afternoon Upon tillrequert meeting of the board Monday noon labors, and mentioned particularly I and burial wtil be In Miami! clashes, Wenkstern Mid I were present \
code of the1 city of Miami' ., the trial wai waived and the Blue Cross Insurance plan held fl'Oll7 to 10clock .(
colored paper originals of the deilgna. In Bamboo Tavern Memorial Park. Classes are Mr* Alfred Hedberg avice-
low Hoiaeiteadi onHnance. of Two of the Soropttmiita ha was bound over to criminal The committee, composed of J which he bad brought to Florida : .', ; each Monday night In the president Mr*. Crouse secretary,
18n. I found they have dresses made Court enh' armed robbery ft. Crooks, President If P Rutherford Legislation la needed, he AId, to \Icte IL A. Amen, C. T. ,Anderaon, school shop at the southwest core I'and Mr*. Nlra Burroughs treasurer .
Action vii deferred on the from one of the designs shownOf charge lit bond, also, was act and Wm. Solute, war instructed Improve the lot of children and Stafford Morgan, M L Lambert, ner of the achool ground Instruction The fellowship, which meet
at old folk who are dependent Bryant and W L. Chamber
ordInane to establish special Interest were the to seek legal assistanceIn on will\ be given in woodworking i bi-monthly I I. open to young
12Sd.yannuet will
serve pallbearers.Mr.
A charge of assault with Intent public care.
I cabinet-making and between the of 23 and
exhibited I adult ate:
erects Mr* Heliterman Ha work
rick leave tat elly employees *, to ,commit murder waa filed' Mr, Marian Berserker, public Mteell leaves! hit wife, construction
-large In lire, Interesting In de- I Notice that the proposed furniture finishingand 35 .
, eerfimulaUva" to not mote against Orubba. Carter made anatacb health\ nurse, told briefly of her Kate, two eon. Clarence of Dallas home la
I algn/' and beautiful In eolur. ) amendment would be' eubmttted and refinlahlng furniture Mill Marilyn Bethea president -
., I of of Memphis Tenn.
on Mm and tnderwoodwith field action.Msmbershlpi. ;
than 00 .
day I "It lakes ten months toe a at the annual membership meetIng two daughter, Mr. Doris upkeep and "repair of the Youth Fellowship
.. forced far Knight
an ai they entry ao have
Of the addled budget of,$J7I. I denim air-mailed to New York on Oct. 12 were aent Tuesdayto of Quantlco Va, and Mr. which will edit the Silver Lining
home brought la Clyde
Into hit W. Mowry at $2,103 reported Mrs.Harry
41810 for the .....110 rascal ,lIr.1 to reappear In dresses or acarh all chamber member by Mia Jenner Bowden of Homestead three sister Church Reports Record monthly church paper Mil Mar-
chairman ;
through a rear door. membership -
ISM27 la earmarked to pay off In Lincoln id. or flagler at.," she armed Cecilia diva, secretary. *, Mr.*. Betts Altman, Mr. loan Keen li vice-president and
Charge* of robbery were Roll Rally Sunday
bonda Anticipated revenue li e*> e.. I on Miss Janet Olt 1 II eecretary-treai-
II tdSoUth made against Crvbba and Under- "From 67 life memberships at Mettle Altman and Mn Cora Alt- I
timaUd at I2B14MH( of which the I "Thla Florida environment wood All three chargea carry News and the Homestead Leavler US (for both husband and wife) man, all of Folkiton, C*.; and Silver Palm Methodist Church ore?. Fourteen young people> have .
city light ,plant I. expected tocontribute provide me with linplra- been attending the meetlngi ofl
with that three grandchildrenMALE had record school t
aenlenrea of life imprisonment. Enterprise a request fl.879 waa realized, she aald a Sunday :
1241000. In addition lion, and the Miami area helps the fellowship since 1 ill recent reorganization
the In ,its be tendance of 193 Sunday, .
upon conviction, the defendanta resolution entirety, "The dollar annual memberships on a '
to pledged revenue of $21,000.1After me to keep ahead of fashion, I .t-I .
the deduction of homestead were told by Turner published In the next issue of totaled 403, and 25 annual members QUARTET ORGANIZES i diy and barely missed
I trends On account of It* aerlouaneaa their respective newspaper" paid an additional year a In a male quartet organized I IU goal of "200 pupil by "
exemption and widow excpiptloni The local Soroptlmiati will not Monday night at Flnt giving.* A was presented 1
Turner refuted to accept Orubba'plea due bpeclal mention should be : program
and ,pertonal the :20-mill property tax levy valued on real.t'' meet Monday. because the six .of guilty to the charge of D1a/terto\ made of 152 annual membenhlpafrom I Church, Howard J. Johnson III 1 Iby the kindergarten IuPr'.1: : !) I f j 1 1I
Snroptbnliit clubs of Dude County I I
I armed robbery. Orubba pleadednot the Keyi"Fourteen first tenor; U O Davis, second classes under the re I t
S,300.1I1I0. I.| expected to Jlild will hold a joint meetingin I the'', guilty to the charge of assault Local Masonic Lodge, bushels of mendingIn tenor, Richard Fuchi, baritone: Walter Peterson, Mr*. L. Q Bran-' Open for Business
I90438JS.Adoption, Ij Miami Woman Club. building and David Fredrick, box Mis fling and Joe Irwln I I
with Intent to commit murder: District Deputy Grand Muter addition to new articles made W
of the Miami electrical and Underwood made a aimilar H. Raymond Wright of Miami will war the summer' work of the II Dell Lott li plnnlrt. A film will be shown and short'I 1
requirement war sponsored McKKB'S: ; SILVER plea on the armed robbery charge pay an official visit to Royal Palm' linen committee Mr*. JohnOravea talks will be made by the Rev. ROSE MOTORS
Redland District electrical l I :
by : Alfred $Hedberg, pastor, and Sunday -
When' given a choice by Turnerof Masonic Lodge here Thunday chairman reported This
contractor who met July 15 in (Continued from Page One) tided Tom Colllni I* secretaryand School Superintendent Irwin
feeing a preliminary night All local and visiting wprk It not done by donated labor I hi Homestead
E. Ate
tSS &
the city hall to urge "a code lrb| errvaflon tower to enable visitors or being- bound over to Criminal I Masons are Invited to hear the I would have coat the hospital Mrs. Cecil D-xid, treasurer at a meeting slated for 730: tonight -'' '
old Fucha
Near )
Homestead that would be enforced to see the Atlantic and Quit use The auxiliary wai organizedlast in recognition of (
Court. Orubba at not requeited Masonic historian and lecturer $59JO, the aald Serving on the : National'
by an Inspector"A lane. a local .hearing but later de- The lodge gave a picnic in the committee were Mr Hugh Bemis, winter under sponsorship of Christian Education i| .
written request to install a In addition to the exhibit of the Soroptimlit Club of Homestead Howard Crouae I It president of )
elded to Join Underwood In asking city park last night for the tarnUie Mr Frank Rue, Mr*. Julie An- Expert: Dls .oU of Year
caution blinker intend( of proponed the bullion ban, ancient gold and the recently organized Young I
to be bound over to the hl"-I of It* member gellnl, tin C J Parman and II Aatemobllc Ailment,
alop-and-gv traffic lightsat diver coin and barnacle-en- I
er court t Mrl. Tom. Collins. cI .
the corner of S. Flakier ave crusted cannons and cannon balls. The prleonera were' transferred I Mr. Lena Link reported that I
and S. W. Fourth at was submitted the museum will hays a floodlighted to the county Jail by Constable PASCO TO MOVE $85 had been raised for the auxiliary Open 24 Hours A Day Featuring .
to the council by six
city notion to display replica Pete Morgan I through a ball game given KrleDtifle rltlle..,.
South Flagler bundles house. of 80 famous sunken ships. Each : Star witness for the state. will IIIS RESTAURANT for the cause. by the summer ball LUNCJIES PACKED N. Guesswork Involved. r 1
The matter war referred for din- hip, In Ita separate compartment be Lloyd Stroupe 29, who I I. league I
position to the mayor and the will be Identified/ by a memorialand ,: thought to have driven the car Mr. Ceo Harmon chairman of For Early-rising Fishermen. 1 r

police chief historical plaque In.the collection ' for the trio. Stroupe turned Piaro'i Ritaurant wllll! move : the auxiliary Red Cross nur...'' ''Good Sirloin Steaks Chops Shrimp Quality '
will be models of* the Itatoa evidence, according to this week-end from the FarmHouse i aide clan, reported that the eight Service at Fair Prices
Santa Margarita, Spanish galleon Morgan, and gave Information on N. Flakier eve, to the member of this lint class-to be I I Golden Fried Chicken I'
H. E. ARNAUD sunk In a hurricane of J71S off which led to the arrest of Orubbe location on U 8. 1 north of I capped about the middle of.
Soldier Key, with a cargo of Underwood male Walker Slroupe Homestead originally occupied by October-have ao far given 255 GLADES RESTAURANT Watch for Grand Opening(
M 8. Krame Are.Watchmaker $7,000,DIM worth of gold and silver la not In custody or under bond the Tapawlngo Restaurant r houri of service to the hospital Special.
bullion from Panamanian mines: Morgan laid Wednesday night Camp Redland In the absence of the president
and I. the 1IMS Winchester a 10-gun I In addition to Stroupe witnesses The restaurant will open In Its Mr*. B A. Tlbblt, Mr.. Ben a71 S. KROMK AVE: HOMESTEAD I
hip of the line sunk In 1891 off will be Mr. aad MM. Preston new location at noon for the serving Archer first vice-president pre- i
Jeweler I Caryifort Reef, aouthaait of Jackson, Miss Martha Jane Creer of Sunday dinner the rest of ---- ---
Ioml! lead; the IIMS Hussar and]1 and Robert. Oreer,. neighbor of the day ,
Watch Clock the IIMS de Break, Revolutionary"],I Carter Deputy Sheriff Wayne' V Pasco Rogers, operator of the .

Jewelry Impairing War pay ahlpi which carried,. their Pittman also will appear a* a restaurant, h.. become known In Only low-priced car onA
premises. gold cargo to the bottom with all wltneaa.Qrubba.. Homestead for hla fried chicken .
on handel: the Titanic, the Lualtanla, Underwood and Walker t and hot biscuit, and lately he v
Pearls RcHtrung the Maine and the in-fated aub- were arrested Saturday by Morgan has originated a* grapefruit pie with all these EXTRA VALUES-:
marines, Squalua, 8-4 and B-ll and Homeetead police that tin "caught on" locally His :
allele Made\ An added attraction of the mu- Carter war unable to Identify his latent pastry la guava pie .. ij ,1i t
seum wUl be a colony of Peruvian a-aaJlanta by name but gave an
.ksa Indiana who are expert silver accurate description of two of a a a we really mean _-. -- nsHtt soot I
amine who will hammer out 01.5* Qrubb waa arrested after
silver ornamenta and jewelry to ba, eought medical aid for chat. Brooks Inc. STTUNa AND LUXUIYCURVID

'tale at the .museum' souvenir, bruUe* .aufferajl.- ,from.Carter':tawmgkK i ,: I 7 .
counter-, f axe : .. "'H 'u e
Other buildings alit Include a Crubba I II aald to have fired a I
$40000\ filling station end store 41 revolver four time at Carter,i i .
special .llftlUoa to on the Overseas Highway .a with one bullet. taking effect In I ,
went seed lawa Star 129,000\ restaurant, 14 tourist eab Carter right kg Just below the: Oldest Completely
ewbks* ins with room for expansion, 14 I hip. Called I to the, arena byr, MlMMartha -

ViE ova 1A1'- WAY cottages for seasonal rental, a.. Oreer, a neighbor, about: Equipped GroveCaretakers St
modern trailer park and a club I T:4S'Saturday night, Morgan aent
PLAN house. Silo for the building have Carter by ambulance to James I I\
t. already been staked, McKee aaya.FitzpatricrVs Archer Smith Hospital where hawaa I I / ctin-iAra MAKIS WINDSHIELD
.a patient until Sunday 1 WOUO'S CHAMPION with Dtnuim RIVITUSSIRAKI WttHANOKAMIC
I Carter eon of the late Dr W S I. VALYI-IN-HIAD INOINI ntHit. UNttrni UNINOI VISItlUTYIONOIST
Fine Furniture I J:' Carter and long-time resident BODY CONSTRUCTION

i of Homestead, told officer th.l.. t,
the trio had attempted to force I P.QlI0X2/
Built of Mahogany and Other Woods
entry Into his home a week pre! HOMESTEAD, TLA.
:CableW.rk Chair Caalag Xeflnlsblng visual I but had fled after he had Phone 71.R : UUtJ
Ter. Matarae. Dr. Redland ltd. ...... Ifl-J cried: out I I Ir l

ThI following -revolution was h Q ,. / 1. W t

r adopted Monday night by Arrant- Whatranotbtr
Smith: Poet,. Veteran of Foreign

i WHEREAS, on the early evening way o caying4J '
'f of Friday. Sept U, IM>, one ,
t+ of use respectable cltlteni of ourcommunity CINTIIt-POINT ITIDINCI rtth WtOIST TREAD MAINTAIN 11111'

M,. Allen Carter, war
attacked and seriously Injured," OER17 t .
and / ,.

HEKVAS, the uld Mr. Allen EXTRA Value l1\\ ','
Carter\ ,' due to hU age war unableto yourt' ':
an exclusively I'it >
properly) defend himself, to "
1 ari ent being done bodily harm, at louxtt coif i. , ; "iJ>..; r w .p vw1e., ..

andWHEREAS I , the cltlteni and i in Chenotttl ? t ya .. rar

rr law, enforcement officer of our
community 'ahouM take an legal
.....>** to rid the community of
the person,.... p.raonguilty offhie

attack be It, therefore ;
RESOLVED, by Arrant-Smith; yw
RCA Victor 9T246 Poet No. 4IJ7, Veterana of Rore- Mrnlfaurr&.ifs 4
l Ip Wars of the United Bute,
Hera'a RCA Vtrtor'g urnaationa. ), LraD4 DeW Komeatead, riorida at It* regular iMpeadrlotei401es.ala

Special Anuivenwry Model arUing it the)lowed Meeting Monday September i)
U, 1MI, that, the law enforcement
price em foe Ey Witnrea TcIevUwn. You get fflcera of Dade County,

.' brilliant, JurW in fll,.. picture oa the new, florUa, reaponaibla for the prooecutlon : :

u vkler 61-aquare-inch screen You gt oU the of this fill. be .urged to
every means at their
famous RCA Vlrtor feat
urea that Lave aside command to pualati\ to the fullest

Eye Witness Trkvidkm America's favorite extent. of the law the perpetratora 107 N. Krome Ave., Homestead Phone 98 a

la Tin handsome new cabinet U aomctlung Lrau.tiful and daitarda who committed the
attack on the said Mr Allan Car
: . ate gra'dulli-, attractive (nib cloth ter, and be It further x ..- 1

and deep' maroon color snakettaaobjectofsimpiekauly. -RESOLVED, that a mill ( r .
) tI''
| l $1QQ.95Aak this lisher reeolutlon of the be Redland lint to the District pub-f (t- m.. tfllm We r fa rk*) f*
,, u* fur a dnllolilltr'tioaI' */ / .

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/ Yew rries>4ly KexaJI Stare
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Friday.. September 30.1949 HOMESTEAD LEADEK ENTERPRISE Page.. .Thro. .

TALK DESCRIBES "Good elsewhere feed wit wry I chose on his ,.. J. Lynch to Demonstrate: Wity Net Check . ,
In ..
meager England there high. Council *.ire.*l Is. year whist wwNea. fee ....... p.......g ae.vepaeR.. .
taxes have tapped .personal ih edition *4 I Of \ at Garden Club \
itt tlVv. Bxeopt 1R'fitltleerAlM Mangos Meeting ItwHlM.. b. ...... 1
EUROPE POVERTY TOWN PROJECT the real estate eIft .
poverty la general and It haa re< Morris an & All annonta Maured against' theft, fire. Md .......'
suited In aaeMftm. and toclaliiad Building permit : a :J Lynch University of/Mi' program meeting In case of rain damage while in our .porwles
TO LOCAL LIONSImpression Industry, which have not im4 The\ recent planting of X palm Dr. C. P. Rob... jtoeartn profeMor of applied the supper' win, be served Indoors
proved qgnAtlolii. XhtfAhas heel \trees In the Palm eve parkway ., botany will UU SouUi ,
1 very tHtl* rtoeaatrfMoi of wlrdev.ltlted In Florida CRy competes the Old residence en N W. Garden Club In the garden home I TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS
gathered Brooker. (
her on s wum.vacation Germany." project sponsored by Florida City ' Monday night ot hvlt re- Dental Clinic,
tour of house en Lucy '
Europe wereIvan "
Virgil ferinjue awarded irjwaais Club to widen and to : Slated for Dr. CrowA
was at
by It O. Shaw, sod, ttrrj! CBS work now under way .
president B.Wat
> Avo W W. levity Manaier Than 161fY
custoday of the club skunk beautify/ 'he Intersection of Palm will
afpenalty Field. II* speak
At Shaw Drothtn Oil I Co andcounty S. W. Fourth aver
: for not attending I Iweek's lad eve and vat. : of mange budding and with combined dental clinic and
resident for 35 for N. Krom ,
128 Lloni .Md ,their yean wives, atadis' meeting c. Dod I The trees were planted under C .. Dorset 1 ; Nelson, field superintendent\ residence will be constructed for .1
Dr Robert P. Crow Homestead .
waa appointed r.tiL. of a 1 the>> supervision of Arthur Troxellind the university farm, will dem
( night Tuesday at the Red. dence, S. W
: dentist N. Krom at N.I .
Halloween party' on lhOctober < Bdw Tisdal and with thlperallon .. the comparatively new Oft aver
District Uoni Club. It81,000
land 1acI1,1111\(. of the town council of chip budding erf Tenth at The pens, submittedby
Mr! Shaw dad ha was especial District Deputy-Governor" Johij nil state highway department Seventh 1Dou Architect C :J. Farmer, were
b Unerased by the amallnesa of nlght'lni erected CBS garage, K. ; n'lII. approved by the Homealead city I"It1,1, My txltntk
'It Grave on Monday widened the road and All Interested person are In. ,
the countries, emphasised by stalled the officers "'* Mhe--f" a protecting w.1on\ the edge of Mitchell Watson, $ to attend the -..tlll.1tao council Monday night .j
frequent encounter with the cut'fomi South ,Miami Lions Club apon* the Florida City canal JerrenoMv-tSM building' S. W ; are. Invited also, to bring I Of modern design, the buildingwill Ttltphuit it rttft here In tht Kit,then .
authorities."Airplane Cored by the local club. At th* Election M officer will be field dish" and te jolt tn the be cenatructed ef adobe brick ,
'and bus trannporta- dinner meeting held ltox l Re J Jtaurant at tonight dinner meeting In the Eighth at; Max supper te be held with tile roof. It will have, a front'
of frame
lion were found very ...tllll.cotJIn the Rev PranV L. Partway. building t"Ienll" ground *f the are bf 111 feet en Krem and.1I
travels through Ireland, the of the Inca Plans under for I ear rear tt lot on S. ; and feet Tenth atOverseas'Transportation r
very vice-president are way W. a Mills, iSSO ... before the business on I + (
British Islei, Holland, Germany, club was guest speaker. The Rev, nival to be held In December tome
Italy, Franc and Spain, )fro Bruce A. Camming/ of South Min funds for club projects First ter.i Frank
Shaw said I ami, a former pastor ,of Home- addition. 8. E: I ti r "p

stead Presbyterian Church was Navajo Nation I

club.Installed as a director' of the new! Dinner ; Co. _

Auction Sale! CITY REJECTS the A roundtable Navajo'
Scouts'of America l lT
; (Ormttmwd from Fags One) clock Thursday 1
Mumelwhlt who pointed out thai first Methodist
a fMrtsV business hadbeen, opera stead, announce Daily Freight Service
'"n'Jn the area "."me IT'or II enbr>er, district
)roan and I trucking business Full-force "
i Sat Oct. 8AT also Is .operation Councilman I every unit U urged j'i 4 tr : .
t I. G. Wynn countered that the lei,,which. It la .. +
floral business was established attended by the
&beforehe adoption of the present lion and extension
toning ordinance and that the '
(truck Ing buslaeti "Is being taken Gilkiaon Grove HOMESTEAD.MIAMI u k1i: s ;

Houses With Lots'. tare Musnelvbhlte ofi registered. the only Sold to
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-room.frame house on 2 lots, 14 coconuts and,,V dissenting vote on the motion by Sale 1 of the W. KEY WESTAnd
palms peach and avocado tree, chicken yard'*'.. Wynn that the rezoning applies* grove on Eureka -
'i ''Ion be denied i Mr, John Baecash Add Comfort and Convenienceto
J-bedroom block building* broom bou"i Thou Drownlee, Homestead ton, N. C, was "
yard, 22 avocado, palm and coconut tree tat / '
plumber, was given permission to .
'r by Walter C. &
. r* <* I erect a $ CBS garage apart- real estate broker. Other your home with an
,I-room block house 1 lots, ready; let out In ,pent on N. E. between Baccish are .
fruit' trees place on corner for store, Second and Third avenues. When automobile this
:land JOd smooth.Ilouseholdlbrniture. I Wynn pointed out that ,the council possession of the 1 EXTENSION TELEPHONE
'I policy. had been .to deny apfiliation has ten acres set Points on Florida Keys
lor garage IpartmenU lime and mango
er 'I on the rear of lots' before residences .
: i i Housework, hum right( along when llirir's' an ,1"0
Carpenter's Tools, etc ;; were constructed on front, Brawnlee offered to tactile Dan Arrowood aion telephone handy.No need to uilrop ewry tiling( i.
2'Drood Sows Heavy with Pigs I for building on thet front of his led third degree * ."
: and run" when the trV|>tionn ring*. You save tiino
lot. After *om* discussion;;, eoun- by Homestead I. Phone 365-W :
6 Shoats r; Ell members gave him permissiono I After the lodge ; and stfi>s-end Cnlnh work fester

,Owner reserve right te reject. any er an bids. [ erect the building wherever he supper will be for Pick-up ServicePhone .

CALL AND INVESTIGATE BEFORE THE AUCTION '))(.n1 Itomrs, both large and small now enjoy a

Former Atheist, Drug Addict 'tension trlr|>1ione service An t..nslon In your !

J. R. BEVIS Of Conversion and Work in Itove will provide a world ot convenience and trim : .

|>hone privacy at little added. cost Wliy not call )lie .

"Or Torn Carter president. of ent, pallor of the 8-3615 Business OiTica and order your*today '.
320 S. W. 3rd Aic. Homestead Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North River Dr. 6,
the Interchurch prison ,Evangelistic I Church .01 Opa >
l Association and for the prey speaker at the IOUTHIIN till TIllrMONI ANI IILlOU' COMrANT j .
stead Rotary '...
noon In.Parkway -- . - -- J J
'nl ,., .. J.A J.I J.
NOMORECLINGING DIRT OR GRIME Dr.Carter: the "' ,.ea en nx ''I+
told how he had HeaseeleX'S. ,
leg with an !
abortion hospital t
prison term for
mall* in connection I I i I'' I i

Reported dead on :-. .,, .
I battlefield Dr. :\
,he had crawled\ !
I of corpses readied i

I to become a ftl; : : J'' :
addict aa a result andre'rc DEALS
- ;to ease the pain of olnfngBEST "
became converted
:: : ever psychiatrist and later and in 1 .j

He believe that ,
prayer* that he be

I iiiJI were come battlefield low escape responsible a ministers and from for "It IN OUR HISTORY

The InUrchurch: ,

gellstle Association /
\ Ott / homes for ex- I
w 'v been converted to II taunt| led l I* hapMitl| When America ti where I And new from Main to the weit- ;
: I / two for men and presented with a car-the New Hudwn- ortlloc."lOlId" I bsyond>> ,Hudson rankiflrst' ; s

neea.r. Th lard ex-prison until ; ,that b obvbusly yean ahead In styling second, third er fourth In tales among tart .

have been found places a red ptrferinante, .....'.a it lew ..*... .lit ell price classes. ,In markets of all slitilTTTKAT ,

ant .+ vi homes are known e
Homes. When J' /
W" ter guarantee to f fI

i, - . any Tom loss Carter suffered horn by I :

;: / says he has had I .i ij s
'c very few of his
ttoDuPontHousePaint.t 1 1i Dr. Carter
>n where then I* *u t' !
f JWNITf j build a strong
i:1 fjgggg1 ato"1* Altg has been finding th 1

Cleans ftself/ ." That Locks la pastorate why h* ls .

Nr It a.o o........ e w flotsam painted with Du Pont favor when. yon specify Du Pont) /
==:-..::: ""r'" No. 4 9 OuUU White ore datzllng: tf the surface to hare wood or GUseatt. .
white at the start, but more Important badly weathered paint; make .....
they stay white. Du Pont tain a prime coat of nag Du Pont
I '10," owing to iU unique oombl- Mouse,Paint Primer II I applied!, M j
nation of pigment and oils, acto- .m.xbnumadheldenud per* :
ally clean*itaelf.H sheds dirtied tonnaao. of the !".w.tie e
duet with every heavy rain. Normally r g
,this 8elf 'w sea w a ......-.... a few month on most surface*.' Gal.aaau I. ,, s .et'hetor
I a ..w $0 -+.r ,However excessive soot or 'heavy i J ,a.oasuNNQ twaeesier ;

ahede,or atain*from metal eurfaeee DULbX Trim and Tr.Hl! i a picture! Hudeon aalea for people want root-ou/y, room/ HUDSON A tIADEK IN ESAU VAlUtl
ouch a* copper acreenlnf, nay .hv I Wthe first aeven month the year same roaiI-lII f11al...*, and ofl-reW National) Automobil. Dealers. AMnrUtloqOlfioiiil e
I. .\' tmfsrewithordeleyth.prooeae. Finishes Resist Fading Stops over 80 her cent ahead Of bet yearl "'/1If"MIJIW. Yet a', America' VA Car OulH.books show"*tp.down" /aI ,
dMifmd Iturbormuoomaunaadin
c'7,s\_ "Solf-cleaning"1 Du Pont House oeelei. at.. ... rases by m air Rust Rattle I I 114,000 1-Afod,Gal prices In tn* aa oll't wed car nuuUU.HIJDSOM top. /
.. Already more then peoplohav
Paint 1 V also avattabl in light tint*. u". "_ear pew wreh For road-worthlnaos,a* an example; i
PUtUX f... pitched from can of other I
t .
TuOlfc II
It peoteo.c.w rw '
f oasunayoo long lasting I t
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ell/ .., l Hudson' .atep.doWD" dealgn pro. nIE\V' /
a sass Y.aaNarse do-
I e ''w-o.----d,0 that against rust,, rot and decay ....ST.,.........,............. ApfUJed under : tnalua. to own a "step-down"! Tide the lowaat canter of gravity in ; .;
) ? s..e..w- Economy It yours, too. Smooth tf. ki __ __ alleaaae. M floor and ch..... .. .NewUudaoIIJ any stock then'. fun sad f I v
'::wrtesawrrw= =::::: ; easy application exftdlent spread wlwMrMgNrruewkwNlc csrs new and old So why ahouldn't wa Join"in thi<: clearanca: 1 eaultl the) aafost etead- 1
.. Wen I dUI,& I. ill odd to fat jrout Order your purge of euooee with tha tart dealt ,iesthuf-the-road ride eve I known r \ /aft i

ass.. ., ear Afabryf Coma In, real aoon. Bring your car 'I. t J
. y"'... Invited to enjoy a HereU. along. Sea how much 11 will bring '
: Mitchell Hardware Co. Inc. Boa Ride fat the only ear that brings right now traded .to on a.yoaraoheod QHtf SIR WITH ntSTt* \
4 *; you the stout of tie four great thing* New Hudson! OOWM USfCff

!sY r 131 N. Krorne Ave Homestead Phone 383 Taco Oae $ :--:-:.,. "'-.._---- --' HERE'S. .WHIM f TO*..i COMI rf' ..e FOR fc *YOUR.- .'11 REVELATION RIDE I x .. __---:: I

jot I', Save g;mrjaa anXywfsavg gill L StatiM 1 .

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HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday.. September:30,1040-U .
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The A Rainy Night 1I/IIIIIIIIIIHHlINMHtHlllllllllllllllllllt.MIIIIIIIIIIII/l/ I I / I/fII/ IIRIIIIIID' TEAR" PROSPECTS 8 P. :M. ..'Jackaoovifie 'by trato at I:M Pk -'Ito IM .late mail U --.apc a
I 1M DId day The use of I. kMire immediate delivery at
LeaderEnterpriseKBICTirTIOM IS, Aaale M*,... "..>trkk FROM\ OUR MAIL\ BOX (Ceottnued from Page One) (Omtioued from Page One) delivery In connection office of address'" ,
high for II to be profitable com: there are fewer
I love a quiet rainy night i collection: e OB
,..... M 1111P.11W.d It promises ao much. I menially, be aara. He ahlpped I Sunday and holidays, and they a
--.--. -.-- Why tomorrow may be apangled .-.. W I" e.M 1.e touch late laat week: collection hours theee before
At with 5 fairy! | on days
P.I.eM A.. x..a.d O, p.::-. k, u. Iwo lIMo : Blood Bank Never Refuses Blood to Anyone, Dade Count avocado acreage: drpotUInf mail In the bo*.' ,

Each tract blade may wear dla. South Dade Committee Says bas increased from 2, OO acree In Patnxu who do not depoali Construction and Additions
the early ItWl to the :
Bn A1Dnast mondt preMntIJKtt their null In the port office or
sad Pill. cobweb with peirli, acre The harvest atarta In
Each wf To' the Public: Bound-up In.the Blood Bank of street letter boxes early enoughto
MAUORIP: 'LIACn AICPMR.nIM And I may even be dun whet June with summer varieties, and meet the S Free eatlnalea. Uoeoaed and Inured.
P/n.r '' Once In a while--which I. too Dade County! II aa follow. I p m. closing tint
MAlT PfRIPEL DIOsiNaos' A roar bud unfurti often, -word comet to our commit.tee When a citizen of the aection Moat of the commercial: atralnibef at the poit office are encouraged
15.5. sSt that donon, or' other persons known aa South Dad In maturing In the all. The to make UM of the air mall aer- a
Upon the franglpanl buah' living In our aectlon to whom .e ( territory South of Kendall Countythe )I !Ute fruit begins ripening In Jan. vice, at ordinary letter mall re* Bruce Batchelora J
ATM Or by a road rut pool wry and some hangs on the tract hived
have issued chicks: against our requests that tranafualona whichare In tbe poet office after I
Dad.IC' Jr: /wai: I cm.. When twittering/ bird. are aplaibing i until May The moat commonly
HI :ii account are refuted blood at the to be or' have been given him p. m. would not make a train
OttoM.. tI OMHlvi I .s,. II.Ml, Blood Bank of Did County In or a member of his family, be grown commercial varletiea are connection out of Miami until 168 N.W.I 8th St. Ph.246-W '
1.s. UNI I ftIIM. While keeping clean and cool the Lute the Booth S and the
i Miami or arc requested to fur charged to the South Dade Round 1 Ito: the next morning and would a
Pstw.d: .i il.olli ..... ..d IMttor nub replacemenU In advance or up Account: a check ll laud Booth 1 which are harvested In not reach Jacksonville until 110: -
H.R IL Ilia. M Uw fmt Wm M "1'11 tell you bow tq nil your, are chined the regular lee of 125 agalmt this account and mailed October and November between p. m. that day, Made-ln-llomcstcad '
M Nw.Nw.* 1. ISIS.A P55455..d.. in" ** .f own hamburger when the wlfe't per pint piss a $10 proceMlni to !the Blood Bank at KM N. W. Dw Cuba and California crop "Air mill received In the Home :
away," Mid Jonea, charge. Tenth ave, Miami The mount Although rather large for ahlp stead poet office utter I p. m. and Concrete .
lot of men nit their wlvei 1 ly. 'Ha\e you ,at.enthUII.lUr.I.1 Our procedure In using blood used la then charged to ui and ping, the Hall la gaining popular before 10 p. nv would arrive In Ready-Mixed
ity late-maturing
cooking- every. chance they geU. "Nope," tlghed( which li given by you and credited credited: to the account o( the pa- Registered aa a strain Tampa the next day at 7:53 a.m., andConcrete
ai a promising new
Ex have la a frying to the South Dade Blood Uent, thua saving him the cost of In Jacksonville, I.50 a. m,j Talla- I
the blood and leaving him' In. variety by Krome Memorial In-. h....., ill a. nv; Atlanta, III: Blocks}
itilute this la the ,
Byara a
debted to the bank only for the year a. "I| New York' IJ:15 p. way

n h tr PLOTNERSI_ processing charge of $19 per pint developed Itte-matuHng by E.Colllnaon C. Brim Seedling of ned- Chicago 126: p. m.1; Washington, Immediate Delivery Anywhere '{.
D. C, 155 Boston, 1 ID>>
Chocks are lieued either In ads : p. m'l; : p; I'
land rd The
Yrs SnPjD d ti vance of the use1! of the blood, and to ApriLtnmmlttet Byara mature fromJanuary m, and Lot Angelei, (:21 p. m.
I 'USt KNOW Q SAID" d In that caw are drawn for I I "The ordinary mall, for molt Concrete Supplies
lM 6 > amount necessary," or are I clUes would be only at fir aiGADDIS' I ,
cMlflt NG r Gln1L yJQ MMoJl ntPAJI2S drawn later for the exact amount',, for the benefit' pf other Cer. lib Bt FEC. Kallrea4 IlemeiteU : 4

I-' ,, I OSPlfAJ,. uied Any member .f our com? :I organltatloni which I. quite all ..
SILLS.oJ9r< : mitts la authorized to issue right; and when a blood bank day
VIXEO It allotted ui and the techniciansicome _
check against account
out but
g MPhor. I for the convenience of all, MnM I from Miami, It help* every '
fl ,,2' one, for ul to accept donation Jot
J. Krome usually attend to
y M" AN'C.5tJIJIX I ''all the account The Manna, P
the matter. AH. has t*
i AD1usrJ'iJf'tSSA1l'I person T A., Rotarians, 111 N. Knee An.
i Carpenten Uni
do li to phone her at Homestead, : I
I I No. 4t, and she matte the checki ton and others now feel free to
RwN0L112 tome to our round-up and give
: i to the blood bank In,Miami
BTJAK's. MIY'jAV I blood for their own credit. But Invites you to
The Blood Dank of Dade Coun the .
fba4y number of checks which 'It.1.lue'lhowi
1, never, refuses blood to anyone, that ai' a collecting: drop in
and the only circunutance'undern
I Hgcriry we art lUll of UM to ourcommunity for Ice cream, :
which a request for .| .
;: I ,
advance! would Remade la soda
Very truly yours, .
:4 where the bank la nut of the exact Proton B Bird snack
type needed We doubt that thll .' Thomas E. Kirby or a
happen often The South Dads \ Mra Wm. J. Kroma- i
Blood Round-up asks urn to I S. J. Lynch '
.New under maaagem at (
replacement when we hive : I Mn. Charles Pope
a blood bank day in Homesteadbut Wm. K. M... Florenoe Schunaeher "
Loot does not lend out written ret Rheney M
Our Used Car '
Carl r Robinson M.D.
qu '..... However, the bank In Mil ,I 1 *t
J. A. Smith, M O (abient) 1
amt does Bend form letter to all .
(Rear of Mitchell Hdwe. Store) I recipient. urging quick replace I Committee ]
mrnti With the .wr.lnrft.ln!
i I ue of processed blood ahd plant i iIt Build '

Open All Day SaturdayTill li entirely understandable that I .
the bank tin to impress upon : I
users the fact that only an unl. SUPPLY
; ceiling supply enables the bank'to ':
6 P. M. meet demand or course, thoM: With Our LumberIt'i
who have received their blood!i

from our account should make+ o".. : "
and Retail
Steam Cleaning for Your Car, Truckor the Another replacement thing:to Aa ui:you knoW,,1' the safest and cheapest in. the long run.

the South Dade Blood Round-up
Farm Iachiner was originally planned for the" Strong, sturdy timber makes strong support for
UM of the armed forces duringthe '
your home-your walls, your floors, jour beams,
war and ai a quick and! pric.tlcil I
Genuine Tile Bath '
way of getting. tranifuilom Clay for
and anywhere else where quality wood is needed.
to Ul,
our own without the necea>
Bird Chevrolet Co. ally of relative and friend ruin*
log to a hospital or-.blood.Jwnk.
Winded : '
i itchen Sill. Ceramic 'i1 I :"' 'c.r." ; r\ --
Ave. often at great Inconvenleoce Ai :
time has gone on, we find OUl'oMin.
In the petition of a central >.,. ,

t 1 t." and Quarry Tiles. W. D. Home Co. Inc. .

!. JALOUSIES Hardware, and Building Materials t

BRAN R Inc. RANK U 8K1LI Owner

Fr 11 N.:Krome Ave. Phone 277

Rock and Concrete Products Reasonable Prices
'Glass Wood

1'' Road Rock Pea Rock PIP fc forEverything Immediate 'Delivery

Concrete Rock Srrrtnlnii \ ?
Concrete Blmki Rerk Till

AluminumNew ," in .Tiles "

r We Deliver Anywhere I 4 ,
Building Construction

i ,l+ Repairs and Additions Under F.II.A.. I I eW
i iM ; t
' Ventilated Awning Shutters H I I .
; It t M Phone 48-2316 2139! N. W. 7th St., Miami

M, L BkANDKNHllIM, IL. r_ .
t -PAIL 0. rORNMIll' Vlra-rrw.. I. P. WIlOON, a..tnw, ass, Ms,. George N. McHllgh Contractor i Mail Orders Accepted.ORVAL ,

Rack Fit on Redland Rd. South ef Mewry" rbe. "1.1 ,
M. 1IIW'IN, Local Brpreaeatatlve

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/p1// FERTILIZERResults l

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of tests, carried on by the experiment station Ludman Auto-Lok .

and ,growers Jo the Redlands indicate :how we can .'

fertilize more:effedirely during wet summer months.

i This company. has worked out a formula which" will Awning Window1An

wiYJicuPlilluI4ui. last longer in bearing groves, summer or winter.' It Js
/ I'I a combination where cyanamid plays a very important .

I part ;:We win be happy to discuss with;'you this for* ,all-aluminum awning window j completely . .
t mula for use \\n:your lime or avocado grove : weather-stripped' for your hurricane ,- ."

; i M1si'c' Dip' 48-9510 or 83-6982' Now protection., Vents automatically *

:, // I f INSUL-MASTIC. Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. lock without We 'invite strain your on i inspection.operator.. l

!: ./ LABORATORIES, INC., Manufacturers of .' J 1

I - 1 (HOMDA DIVISION/ / :, 7e "Remand l Brand Fertilizers" W. C. BASS & SONS

Sew :e" tr l h r. .
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Friday, Stptem1)er) 80, 1945t __ !HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE. Plat Flv,

'41 t, Mr. and Mi* Thomas A. Col- Dr. Fred Wade Jesse ot .... Mr. Md Mrt J. U >Jfctfton Move den r beat" .I Mn. IrvteC Wtchsler hu retimed 0 T Laseeatfce of New Boa..Ieih. -
.Has have bought the CttfferdBeyette Lion Sheree, who wHh .... rewrnvQ A-10 tsar .home en M*, 'Os. Mr. from a vacation In New Wit., visited here lad week
.Iwo at 111 N. W. First tone returned last Week from .1 Krwne eve, after apeadmg meet I* a termer naval l eMest who saw York and Virginia. with W, E Oelan '
eve. and moved there the lint d cruise to Chesapeake Bay, of the summer hi HsndenonvtUe. combat service ta submarine. MId I
In and JiroundHomestead the .....k. at sass to H. Louis for .... destroyer service during Uw we*' W. I WOty at MiMBl wet a Heuee guest hurt week at Mr
Warren Setith of Tenneasee .
.tIMa'l Capt. buetneei viator in ilnmeHisilSaturday
.f a throat Infection. Mrs. and. Mn. RUCene Pantlni el theta
Paul fox of La Pat, Bolivia, rd. was fotttned hro Mr. erfd 'atf*. Robert banning .
len Monday to drive through te new 'horn on Redland rd. were .',
left by plane Monday for Bolivia home In Bdwsrdiville, III! Thursday from Doctors' Hospital ham of LaB tie end four-year
their Mr. tad. Mi* E. L. Icy Mt sod i
where he was a surgery patientMr old ton, Bobby, are making their 1 Mrs Harry Wright of Homestead !
after spending the week-end bare which I* near St. Louis. .1 : Mr J, Kerne, Fred Keene .84 I
: with hit brother and sisurkhlaw home to the Russell Bumhem underwent surgery
fi I 1: Mr. and Mn. Wm. F. Ton. David OUva arrived Monday *. Leonara Atkinson wh :residence on Epfnore dr. i in James Archer Smith Hospital: (Continued on Tags" Keven) ; !
hat made her borne here for the
'and hit sister, Mill Ruth Fox from' New York to spend t three-
Mr. Fox,chief of tbe party, health week vacation here at the homeof I past two years., returned laitweek
Maj. and ),Ira. Ch... Glenn ot' Mr. and Mn. "Virgil Redford and sanitation department of the hit parents, Mr and Mrs S. to her former borne In Your best buy in ;
Dayton OM an announcing the art announcing the birth of a all Institute of Inter-American Attain Oliva of W. Howry tLMr Erie, Pa.House. __ ,;
birth pia daughter. Patricia Ellen \ pound eight-ounce eon, Charles
In La Pat had been called
on Sept SI Mel. Glenn, who Marvin, Sept S3 In James Archer twoweekconference. Claire Koopman oi France guests of Mr. and Mrs 1
to for
, U attending the Institute of Tech Smith Hospital This U the fin I Washington. a and Miami Beach was a business Edw. R. Hawks of Gourds for '
\ : toology .t Wrlght-Pattenon Field, grandson for Mr. and Mn. O. C. visitor here last week several days last week were Mn bra :because it'sFRiSHEir .

end N.. ... Glenn recently visited Radford, who have lilt young Wm T. McConnell, underwent Mr. and Mn. T. I, Kirby recently Hawker brother and altter-ln- .
h. her* with Mi]. Glenn's parent, granddaughter, surgery Wednesday in Dade County visited in Sarasota at the /N IINN\INIINNN ..N.NNIeeJAMES
h\'J'' MC. and Mrs. Robert Glenn, while ARCHER SMITH
Hospital home of their eon and daughter
Mr. and
and Mr* T. U. Well 12HOURS
M route borne from a tour of ... HOSPITAL NEWS
in-law, Mr. and fit. Edw. Klrby
service In Tokyo Mrs. Robert daughter, Mist Barbara, returned Dr. and Mrt. John W. DeMllly .................................. ,
Giants left by plane Sunday to Saturday from a vacation spent are adding a new recreation room Mr. and Mrt. V. 0. Wagner and
L at their farm In Maine. Mill Well Born to Mr. Mrs. Wm Roller
weeks with four moved
spend eeveral Maj. and porch to their residence at daughters have from
t y. Glenn and family, left Wednesday for Florida StateUniversity 193 N. W, 16th at. La Delia to make their home here ot Homestead, a ton on Sept ,
In N. W. Fifth II
at SB tt
: Mr, and Mrt Adrian Jacobs and the will begin the'eecond halt of J. D. Redd underwent a minor Medical patient: Mrs Eva -1 1I
' \ Mr.. and Mrs Earl V. Wilson expert her freshman year. operation Monday In James Archer Frank Mobley of Miami has Levy, Mrs Douglast Tower, Mrt. I
\1\ here and Is Fred J. Caves of
\ Smith Hospital accepted employment Heat and Chat.
I leave
to today to spend
ai U Walter Clapp, USN eon of
\ making hit home In Florida City Honrttead and Mote Sever of
week la the Wilsont' summer Mr. and Mrs. Thoi M, Clapp ot
.. j Billy Simmons, Jr, IS-month- At soon at he can obtain living Florida city.Surgery j
home I In Highland, N C Bill Tennessee rd, It serving with
old son of Mr. and Mrt. Wm. L. accommodations, .he will be Joinedby patients: Gerald Elctiar
Jacob! and Mist Barbara Parrott, Tactical Air Control Squadron a
.:1....,. University of Miami students, In the Pacific. Hit wife lives at Simmons, U scheduled to undergo his family of Modello.
peat the week-end at the Jacobipome. 4026 Norbourne blvd., In Louis an operation In Duke Hoiplta(
,Mrs Simmons, her mother, Mrs. 9e
vllle. Icy :rb'Rf
.' :\
Neell Jeffrey, and her aunt Mrs.
Lily Vann, left yesterday to take
the baby to the hospital.
Get Your Grounds Ready

Mr. and Mrs Ceo; F Archer ,
of Key West on'the way home
from a trip to Tarripa visited from '
Friday till Monday with their ion For the SeasonOrders j
and daughter-in-law Mr. and
Mrt. Ben Archer \

Mrs J. R. Rutland returned to
her duties at Homestead High
ji 29K>" School this week after an absenceto . .
!M ; recuperate from injuries received of (trees and shrub.

in a vacation automobile
accident near Denver. totaling $20 or more planted .

free of charge.
Mrs. Don Ferreyra on Monday
,* Owtnxletjr psnlcuUrljr about health, 'Is a night began her second year in
'disease.,In itself.ehysicianaxllIihypochondria.s the the college of law at the University :

t:: Those who"enjoy"! ill health only make them. of Miami. I Mado possible by having the only
. ',i 1 ',,selves and those about them mlstnble. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Huston of
"'. Whitehall, Mich, and their baby DOLL NURSERIESU.
) Opposed to chronic: worry is complete 'In* son, Robert Wayne, arrived this fully automatic bakery In the South.'

;,, f',difference,to tbe polo of disregard of common- week to visit Mrt. Huston's parents '

'eeoeeheahhrulesandcontemptforinedicalcare.Betweea Mr. and Mrs W. Y. Buhh.Ufa. . S. 1 at Naranja East of Wishing Well
:t' ,
Hutton and the baby arrived ,
:i i : these
two absurd extremes lies the middle
.1. ) , ssne b y plane Tuesday and Mr. lies: YOUR NOME eTOWN BAKERS FOR 36 YEARS
fl transient discomforts
Petty need
not cruse grave con- ton drove_through in the family
t .. ._ ,
rJ 1 .
h ) eo.endfrequenttripstothedoctorWhensymptomspenist' sit The Hustons expect to remain '-- -- -------- -- -- - -

\)', or recur with annoying frequency, it ,Is then time to seek south for the winter.

'I s professional assl.unce. Indifference/ under these clrcum. Mr and Mrs. H. O David of ,

:*t faucet o invites' more serious trwodle. Lyons, Ga., left for home Wednlilday -

Visit our modern prescriptive deparunrot. Ve are frcrijnfon <. the home after a of one-week Mrt. Davis'visit broth hereat Our '

r specialists er-ln-law and sister, Mr and Mrs.
S. F. Pye. While here, the visitors
wire entertained with fishing .

l).1.p Glades Prescription Shop trips FrknM the Key VTeAtf fcllverlralm4r 17r't46" "t"etI" tif ,Y :

:, volunteer Red Cross polio C1
IIOWAKD JOHNSON Ph. d. nurse, has been transfered from I
la N. Krone Aw., Phone J5.' an HUnoU hospital to an Okla-
hams City hospital where ISO of
the. 600 beds are occupied by .
I polio cases. Mrs. West hat charge
\ of a ward ot acute cases.. Mr. and I < '. ... I I.f.
Mn. West formerly lived In Miami :
8.1 Cu. ,Foot and Mrs. West served at a I''

public health nurse. there 12cars : I
Philco Refrigerator Fred Vihlen has returned to his
studies at Temple Medical University .f.
in Philadelphia after .: rhM ,
pending the summer vacation
o' Lode! 93-8,1 cu. ft. in addition to freezer locker, with his parents, Mr and Mn E t. b

9 I \ Shelves adjustable every two inches E. Vihlen. Edwin U. Vlhlcn I* a i ..
senior in engineering science at Plus '.
the University! of Miami
Tuck Barrett, ton of Mr and '
in. Lewis Barrett, was returned
home (rom bade County Hospital
Wednesday morning to recuperate Management
-e0sue. from injuries suffered on Key Energetic
largo Sept. I when he was struck

.. uoaf b iy a car' _

Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis .tv
have returned from a vacation
spent in their summer home in

North Mr. and.Carolina Mrs.-L. H. Bertram of Spell Economy and Speed

Cincinnati and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Aaron of West Palm Beach, and
their daughter, Pamela, were recent -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.

O. Van Tien of Homestead. For Your Building

.j.jI Mr. and Mr*. Art Hoveland of ( ,
ndlanapolls are house guests of
their ton and daughter-in-law \
f \ % \ I Ike.Nana Mrr and Mrs Robert Hoveland ...
The' senior Hovelandt' plan to , .. J \V .
make their home here '
\ -' : :

.ale.e returned Richard from Jensen a vacation whir recently In Chi- If youcontemplate" a business s building or a horii bring your.plals t to us fora

S cage engineering, hat enrolled at' the as University a senior' ofMiamV in free estimate. '. : ts'J.l \ iTl1. \ \\tel\\S'} IIIW' I' 9' ""I1

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Mr; and Mrt. Earl Byrd end Homes financed through F. II. A. with payments like rent No down payment .
son, Bill, who spent the summer

have In New returned York ,to and Homestead.ether points You furnish free and clear site in F.II.A. approved area and ''we do the' rest

'Mr. and Mn C. F. Waldron
1 I
end son, Calvin, and Mr. and Mrt. s i
Otto Bernecker and children, Jean
sod Larry, spent punday In Fort
Lauderdale at the home of Mr. '

t I ot and Mr.Mrs.Waldron James Michael and Mrs cousins'Berecker. 'a
I You can own this modern refrigerator .

i i payment no higher than"your present 'Ice H. O. BARBERGeneral

bill Payments actually run as low as $2.10( Teachers' Visit HomesOf

weekly. First Grade Pupil

Parnita. of each of the M fail
enrolled in Hctne- Licensed and Insured
grade pupils Contractor---
sit steed and Florida City arhools

4 nson Electric Co. Ire from scheduled their child's to receive teacher a during visit Residence and Office: Avocado Drive, between Roberts Rd. and Seaboard Railroad

a current six-week visitation '

j established electrical contractors\ In the ftedland*., ampalan.t'establish The't point aim a of contact the call between Is- P. 0. Box ,1505, Homestead, Fk. Telephone 176Wr.

In Princeton since: 1917. .Hi motnet* end teacher to 'J ,\ '
t .help. 'lheschUd (adapt himself )f
nceton, Fla. 'Phone 442 Homestead the new school Nye to1 i
Principal, ,,% If
: k I Harr .
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___ FrUiy, September 1949

FRIENDS GIVE SURPRISE HOUSEWARMING '-Mum, Mr and lira Joi Hllllartfj/>fo' ;; /

Mr* W H Pool. Mmletoo
I. N U a Social Events in South I ... ..
Dade . . Mm . J Dorl'S
A surprise houce winning wu Brooker, Mr. and Mi* Henry Mln Miry MtReJIl, ..
,Ivan Monday night .fey. Mr. and Brooker. Jr., Mr. and M.... E. A. I getrma Jonee, Jacqueline 1 Brook,,*
Mr*. Wan RadIaN and WUUrd Buchanan Mr. and Mrt. Curtis: W. B Mill, X. IX Burkett and

L Barnes for Mr. and Hi* Define Anderson,, Mr. and Mrs Cbaa> turtle Andenov, Jr. .*.
I their newhorn .

will honor Mrs. Margaret Evans, were played and recordings '
1fe Mn and Mrs Eugene P. AtkloI' A pink linen dear, white arrte- Grand Either at I homecomingand Mr. and Mrt. W. C. Bat of take place on Tueeday. Oct: 18, i enjoyed. Homer Byrum .won the
r cones* and a corsage of whit' carnations formal meeting U be held Homestead announce the engagement In Florid City Community fame priors.Present
, ton are ewperte* home by planet .
la observance of the 11th aniO.venary shortly after Mr. Lelbjr tt radio
\ were worn by Mrs J. Carl Thursday evening in the lodge of their daughter JoyceMary Church. betide these men-
It weekend from a honeymoon Hobion mother of the bride. to John Lloyd Delta too The bride-to-be who tame Honed, were Mr. and Mrt. Clyde ., the America Federa*"'I" of the SoropUmlst Club
spent in Cuba Until their marriage After the ceremony, I wedding hall.The meeting will 1 be preceded of II,. and Mr.. Lloyd Della of here with her parent two yean I Dowden Mr. end Mr*. Robert ben of Soroptlrelrt Club," Mrs C of Homestead, a eervlce group ofwomen

at 10,30: Friday morning la luncheon wit held at the borne cf by i covered dish aupper at (:SO.:I Florida City, The wedding will ago from Birmingham.. It a member lioveland Mr and Mrt. ..W. Leiby will tU the itory of who are. busmen or proy
Homestead Presbyterian Church the brlde't parent Cut flower I of the senior clan of Home- Fred Rhode., Mr. end M.... Jack SoropUniam ever Radio Static fewiooil executive: .
Mrs Atkinson wit Mrt.. Carla were uwd for decoration\ of the stead High SchooL Here, Mr. and Mrt. David K WVCO In the Bird ChevroM

Hobson Metheny. ,, room and the dining table .via i 100 AT FAMILY NIGHT SUPPER, PARTY The future bridegroom wa Barnes, Mr. and Mr.*. Fred building Monday at 4 o'clock: or a meeting of AlUaattah Chapter

The ceremony wai performedby centered with I white' wedding OF" SILVER PALM\ METHOpIST} ) CHURCH graduated from Homestead High Rhodes, Jr., Mr, and M.... Chit. 0. K. s., honoring District M
the Rev Frank U } very, pastor cake. : School and attended Southern Brock Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Mr. and Mrt. Chie. L.: McCirt- worthy matrons and pelrone

In 'the\ pretence of the famlllei Upon their return, Mr, and MnAtklnion College Smith Mr. and Mr* Everett ney, Mr and Mrs W. C Morton I associate' matrons and patron*,
More than 100 attended the Recreational feature Includedthe
of the bride and bridegroom I will I mike their home I Douberly, Mr. and Mrt. Jot Edwards and Mr. aDd Mn. W. A. Fbllllpioo and member of the patron.
The bride wore a frock of brocaded on Robert rd. between Silver September family night covered photographer1 ihop put on by CHORAL CLUB PRACTICE Mr. and M.... Ronald Wednesday evening attended association, >
dish nipper and party held Friday the Rev Alfred Hedberf, Joi. W.
blue-gray latin, pink hat Palm drives.The HELD IN ivrt HOME
Palm and Coconut -
night at Silver Palm Methodist Irwin Moulton Overttreet and
and glove* and other accenorle homestead The Choral Club of
bride attended Monday
Church. Community singing Donald Talbott Mrt A. L. Camp-
of ,r.,. Her renege WM a purple and Redland nboolt and hit been was led by Clarence Cray bell exhibited\ for Mentlflcatlon' Music Club held ill second practice
throated white' orchid employed at an operator at the baby picture of adult present of the season Monday afternoon
Her matron of honor, Mrt local telephone eichang I at the borne of Mrt Gordon
Stewart Hall won a blue cult The bridegroom who came here SECOND CANASTA BENEFIT Moving pictures were shown of i W Ivey. There are 20 members \
pink and while accetforlet,and a twe years ago from Erie, Pa, la SLATED BY B. l\ W. C the ,June vacation Bible school' In the group Mr*. Clyde Chamber

cortege of white' pompon Mr. a chemist at the USN pumping A second canasta party will b be and of the Method youth'camp I U director and Mr. John W. :
Hill WM belt man. I plant at Florida ell,. rponiored by Homestead Business near' LH bur,. Collins pianist PASCOS' .

and Professional Women't Club .. ,

I- I BY MRS. E. J. DYAL, MRS W. E. RHENEYMra. I Memorial Clubhouse Hospital for benefit which of II Lincoln being ) CONFERENCE UtillE OCT. 7 I '

built by Redland District REST
.. J R. Brooks wa complimented awarded flnt prize; Mrs John V! Instruction will be given by can- The Women of Homestead liked to attend to welcome ;;:: ? '
with a ahower Tuesday Collins second prize; and Mrs T. ails expert; and merchandise Presbyterian Church will be lie expected 150 guest and the'' ::1 !

afternoon by Mr*. E. J. Dytl and Paul Haley, the ronaolatlon prlte I prlaea. donated by community hostess group it the fpm con Luncheon will be served ,. I ,I"
Mra. W. E Rheney at the home of Hon d'ouvret, cake mint, nut bUllneaa! firm, will be given at ference of the Southoantera Pli- noon In the education" building' .t. i :' I '" 'j

Mn, Rheney, and punch were rved.JUILT prizes. trlct of St John'l Presbylcrlal j..M1.: .: .0, '" J
Almoat $JJ was cleared for the here on Friday, Oct: 7. MRS IL J. DA*'IS HEADS .
The floral decoration and the \ '
!hospital fund at the Initial ten. All women of the church: are DORCAS CLASS .<
refreshment course were In pink SECOND ANNIVERSARY '. ,
and blue. The tlnU were repentedIn The second birthday innlver- table party on Tuesday of this Mr H. J. Davis wet elected .
week according!! to Mra. Frank MIL AND MRS!! ANDERSON
the centerpiece of the dining of Billy Caddie, aon of Mr. president of First Baptist Porcal Uomestead
nary Vanl Sunday' U. S.1 northrof
table, musical cradle filled with Kent, president Mr. Edna HOSTS AT F1MI FRY Opens' noon -on
a and Mrt. Mlllard Caddie wit Cams Sept 22 at the home fit Mrs.R
I carnation, gardenias and chry- marked Sunday by a family dinner Acker the BPWC official of ?Miami, Mr. and Mr. C T. Andersonwere J Keen. Mn Keen was made in former location of Tap-a-wingo Restau-
won grand radio.
prize a
Hnthemumi, A gardenia corsage at the home of hli grandparent host first vice-president Jesse
Other winner at a fish fry Tuesday\ ; Mrs. rant-near Redland.
prize Included Mrs. Camp
was presented to the honoree, and Mr. and Mr*. J. Tom Venn, Sue Smith, Mn Keot Mra. evening at their home in Na- COla men, second vlce-preildent; .
I large gardenia blossom to each Mr. Caddis took moving pictures Royluynei ranja. Mrs C V. Barnes, third vice-
cf the ,Ueltl. of Billy with hit birthday cake Mrs T S Ragan Mra president Mn D. H. [ A' .home tm08pbere No .beer wine
Henry Crewdson, Mr. Lena Link, Gueit were Mr. end Mr.. A. ; Dcllinger!! quiet, ,/ or
Five table! of bridge were'inplay which wen topped with two Mn. W. H. Slmpaon, Mrs Fran. 0. Davit of Lyons, C*., Mr and secretary; and Mr. C T. Harper liquor) .
Mri. Chat. W. Lelby was lighted candle treasurer Mrs T. D.
Mn. C. E. Piche was ,
Hodges Mr.
ell B. Lincoln, Mr Rebecca Class, and I I. .. ,
I C, Underwood. Mr. elected teacher and Mr. Othella ,
Mr John Balfe, Mini Mary Lou It and MnT
A Prc-Scason Special I Carr, Mill May E. Riley and K. Brantley, Mr. and Mrs:Cur-I Redd assistant teacher No juke box music.
After business
R Llnke. tit Anderson Mr and Mri Bill a session, Ice

Scarborough Joyce Hodges, Patricia cream and cookies were served Just ''Tried chicken at. its best-hot biscuits
Your Choice of a Permanent MRS. AMAN PRESIDENT Underwood, Marilyn Drano by the hottest. ) ,

OF GLEANERS: CLA8IMn ley Belinda Scarborough, Thomas Present, besides those mentioned too"-plus lime, grapefruit and guava pie and
were Mrs B. R. ,
and Harold Underwood, Charlesend !
H. A. Aman WM elected Bruce Brantley and Curt Mrs T. E. Kirby. Mr. H. Collier many other dishes you will like.

Machine\ l\lachinelcss\ or Cold Wave president of First Baptist Glean' Anderson, Jr.EPISCOPAL, I,and Mrs J. R. Pope.CHICKEN \
err' Clan at a meeting Sept 22at I
the home of Mr. Virgil Lett.Named WOMENTO BARBECUE
ai vlce-preeldcnti were: MEET IN RECTORY GIVEN AT L1'NClIIIOME

Mr.. A. D FogJe, membership; Mn F. J. Lottlch
$10For and Mri John Mr. and Mr. S. J. Lynch and
Mn, J. H. Robert, Jr, stewardship De R.
Storey will be hostesses" to their sons, Pat and Tom gave a .
; Mrs. J. B ,Fitherree classministries : the Woman'i Auxiliary of StJohn's
; and Mra R. D Me- Episcopal: Church at 2.30 night thicken at barbecue their home party on Saturday Newton PAY; US. 'A V l 5 IT-

one month only. i Olnnl. fellowship Mn. R. P. Friday .afternoon Oct.: 7, In the . '
1t .. .
Simpson wit mid secretary; rectory on N. L llth tt fd.a The guests were Dr. and Mn .. .r 1 I'
la. .ia .w
"" Mel H. y. Jonft.nH ielankaeaw\ ) A report will be made by the eo. D. Ruehle Mr. and Mn , 'If. I. + .
iary; Mr*. E. H. Barnes, treasurer "
; library committee made of Ralph ,
Mac Morris; up Davis of Miami and their \
BcautyShop and Mr T. H. Seat, Mrs R. B.I Mr. Carrie a Gauien Mr.. E. children Billy and Patsy, and .
Rive and Mrs. A. A.
A. White, Mra. R. a Brown and Mr. and Mrs Ollle Trevli of
301 N. Krome Ave. Phone 153 group leader Mrs. John H. Whltl Mra. C. J. parman. Miami J..
wet elected teacher.

Light refreshments Were. served .
by Mrs Loll Mr*. Fitherree and M '. ,I. 'k. ;...

Mr. Chat. Senator.
Present, besides those mentioned '' U
d were Mr. A. E. Smith,
.. It's ROOMIIR '11} '!' ...,,' Mr*. A. E. Paul Mr. R. R. Sihowiltor. : JANE'SDANCE Save on Groceries

.. \ )f.... V. M. Sprinkle and I k
i e""It's ilTTItt {wd! < Mn. W. M. Lea. "
: ; >
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I This. ,WIJ. .Accl.h... I it
Ott l 1\ met Tuesday at the home of Mr. ,I ..'!i,{ '. %; .
..r.. ';' ,. l ., .' . .
A. W, Llndgren to sew for a 520 N. W. llth St. I .
: niaor to be held for benefit of ''' .. ", ...
: .j
t ST AGGEREO"- dub charltie A covered dish (Homestead Woman's Club Bldg.) .
luncheon was icrved. :. > LOW PRICESPERSONAL 1

Present were Mr Harmon .
I Keen Mra. Denertoa Rivera, Mrt. IIt
COOKING TOP Walker Mrt C. J. Turner
Martin, Private
I CIas and Instruction in
Mrs. Raymond Qreer, Mrs

I1t Dean Thompson, Mr* David Col- ,, Ballroom Dancing SERVICE' ;
bum, Mr. .Jew Oreer Mra. John '.i,
Agnew Mrs. H. Rogers Mra. A. '

E. Campbell and Mr*. John J. Rumba e Tango Foxtrot

; j Hooker. .
e Samba A Jitterbug Waits FREE DELIVERY

> & *, j
i f'
MIAMI .. Special Introductory IIrlcl"to those who enroll before Oct. B.
.20% Discount to Tee.-Aer.. I ., ,

.t "t"
<\ announce .Hours: 10 to 10 Monday Through Saturday I .' . : 1..

the opening ef I
y HOMESTEADBRANCH Telephone 67 .J '

For Free Dance Analysis :
In. the hSld.noe..ol KENDRICK

I :Miss Ardel Offering Parman I 1

Piano Instruction .,.

I Seminole Theatre phone 67 N. Krome Ave.

CALt roa Bin* j
wM will. W MM.4 kr 1lM CItf
.a.':1 Cue.f tM''in,1: rwr p. Rat.+d ,''C: TWO SHOWS DAILTi. | .and 0 P. ... Phase N. 171SATURDAY :"

ace. II. INS .>4 ..,Mrr *Mw and SUNDAY eentlaoon S till Ik
... end f. fvmMibw ...req. me'M.I. Almbsleat Adultat NUhl. lies Matlaee (WI I p. a*.). lea.CUUnmt .
_.. sad ..._ se hi.. ... ..i.r teay let ten t* t-,,,.. It*. (Tn .to.eI......
1 A. 0. M. I** Mml MMllMr 1
__r__. .p..d.d btl.e .5a.
.. -.lmtolf: few kr k. h..p..s Last Times Today; "Knock On My Door"
... .
wHl M ns.d no to MM.5 set .
Itssa a A_'". 0.. 11IoooI _I..
1r WINDOWSAluminum
!o'IMd I> en abw..sal b..mews r ace SATURDAY, Oct 1-Double Festare. Pretests
la #o M.d.rwjI1I "It.. C. A_. ON 1IIoaoI ...... a..b..e .
. h.n" r -" "GUN RUNNER"And
h.ND. S. ... r. A__ DL..Imel.s
.. _, M Se ..F1pa.11 VIRGINIA WELLES In } Awnfaf R Steel Casement

'..Si '. I4M ...... I teM, "JOE PALOOKA. THE DIG FIGHT"55tt'NTJAY
II rwiiiW hi'' HM Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double-Hun
",,-I ap..l.1.M..w__ __ .......... and MONDAY Oct I-S ';
aGasu.OilProducts eat>...._.... .....I.ell. ..U l-.....,. _to's Miaul 11.rwtte. CUY MADISON RORY CALHOUN CAROLE: MATHEWS In Romfh. Ahn roam Jalousies Romfh Glass Jalousies
KMM M HvwtaM ....- .. I "MASSACRE RIVER"Color .
ntoVrf M kUtertkw A.I sae
.. ..... k* t-l._ .* OH>** m.rme ( In Sepia Tone)
IM k.... 1% W kU I IlnMM .....& w..s AUedi Comedy, and Teddy The leash Klder WB Special '
bad. neon .5 war..a ..- '
PaUle New
of P ear'am.w. ..::.a....:::t1M ear.. .dLa pme.d.aIM .' GLASS and GLAZING .
..... .,.. haw. .e. Ne.. ..... amp TUESDAY: tad WEDNESDAY. Oct. 4-1
slur.. V b.d ::= a .p.g PAN DAILIY. CELESTE HOLM. ALAN YOUNG, NATAUE .... f I
.. .
"Ala..... ..O.4 (Mtartai I" ('..., W I. WOOD m tmxsaoLM c a -. -. DOOM . . LOCO. .
_M> era. spwlted.n ..* CMCP "CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY'" ,
MUMi a I.Mr ., earn I .' 1 :.
> in ;
i t- ; .y.1
; IK. W* Hw n mt*t*Cbrl TW.tmm< Mi&t "MI Added: Jturb eTliae.. '.h lit tt* OrxeV.TUTRSOAY ; no,

-I = UM rt M to wi c.e: mr and nUDAY. CM. t.! .
.' blr .!.. l.l r..lMl. to "* kkkwHtUkl "' .
: Of .d r ..M.wtl. M ,s I ,
1 w.. ........ c .whla Oerw ANN SHERIDAN In
W. C.
'Distributor'. of NATUROL DOTTLED GAS ... ....... L L BDWAKM.: "ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES" 8'al8005, .
VIO coos liMtea4 MaaagerFIAGLM
Addedt Cartee rej. eeat New
(..... It. M. ... tawp'iia"pN? '
,.. H/ AT utou* Ihnd.e T.MCay ill Oel 11HONEYMOON. 'FAMtbY Saute L10aeg >MA .erslal

WANT :ADS PAY, .* with = CMberl y. a4 Fred MaeMamy. II I I )........ 1 I

4 . t ,.. "tag
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Friday, September 90,1914 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pa.. BeftI


., .rE At home at their residence. on Mrs C. J. Mulllni and infant scheduled of "Minstrel M...", a Small, pleaslnc bedroom DOBRK normal permanent wave.
N. W. list at are Mr. and Mrs. son have been returned from story of the old-time minstrel nicely lira. .home on I acre just Not raster, not cheaper, but

E IN AND AROUND Irving Barnett who spent the James Archer: Smith Hospital to show which presents Benny Fields, I riirEEiiEtii5T Mt of city limits. tOM will handle better Ruth Hairdressing Studio.
summer In ChkaMr. /. their home in Redland. famous song and dance man of the total coat ...NO. Phone (0PAINTtMO *- 0)

American stage.REOPENED . l-bedraom .hone on 10 acres! P
HOMESTEAD MIl Mrs. Virgil DMtl and decorating, weterprooflac -
seertOed cad aartly planted to
:L Ly sons, Graver and David, moved REDLAND G A. A: 15. p Has. avocado*. aVUMlo* dk41tOO/ and .... McLean,
this week Into their new home on I will handle T phone 740-R. (pyt| )

CoconuWelmdr. ..
y (Continued from Page Five) ELECTS OFFICERS FOR B UIARlA'N For good prosrtk ani'bappydale SEWING of all\ kinds. EUa Cal-
11-foot Chris Craft mfllty boat '* /
Mr. ,and Mrs. CKsa.! Untfles of e eELEANOR *
all derweod Ph 891-H-4. ('1"-. )
Bdw. of Chicago The feast China. who visited In FOR RENT fast excellent condition, t. FlOtOratailealUrAdJointM

party enjoyed a flahlrg trip to the are Thursday of last week, By DOLORES ENN1S ) A May a* seen at Homestead Bay- Seminole IMtl\ Phs.IISJ service.
the Keys on Friday. plan .. return to make their home cue Athlete Association offV Partly furnished apt, tumble for _front Perk Wm Radioed (alt) $8-3. (slMl AU work guaranteed. Prices

ren, elected tn the basis ol petitions SPAGHETTI HOUSE couple ISO month Old Dixie -, J. Brooks
A visitor In Homestead Saturday hersWm. and House trailer good 'condition reasonable Robert ,
giving qualifications Highway, back of White Heron. Sleeps 4 adults 1 thud Will Roberta rd, north of Palm
was J. T. Carter of Miami Brodle of Hamilton, Ontario for Improvements, BE SURE to see this nice !- Just
suggestions (sJO) trade on lots, acreage or sell on Drive Florida CU,. Phone 6J4-W.
who owns SO acres within the Canada, visited Homestead Marilyn Bethel; bedroom CBS home In desirable
art: president fa. ft. I at Herlda City
I tract earmarked for Incorporation Tuesday on his way Everglades: vice-president, Needs Lee; secre GUEST HOUSE for rent Partly contract plan Bruce Batchelor I location This one cant
: Into Everglades National Park. National Perk I tary-treasurer, Janet Warner; PheswImmediate Ill-'M furnished, $20 a month plus Ph.. S4I-W. (aMtf) be 'beat at only 11,000 down

1 chairman Myra utilities. Call NS-W-J. (pas) and *m per mouth!
and social ,
I Mr and Mrs. Chris Petersen Mr. and Mrs Paul Coreoran of Beautiful potted begonias, suitablefor
have returned to their home on Miami ; representatives ace: gifts Ala sultanas Mrs SpecialsSelection
were guests Sept. 12 ef
For ararftiied
. rent7: acres pine 4-bedroom home U. 8. No.I .
Sarah Rodger; on
twelfth grade, Maud Chandler
Sliver Palm dr.
N. E. 11th st, after a summer vacation Commander C. B. Reemella at his land east of Princeton Ind ,
eleventh grade, Maxine Cowman; second house west of Tennessee for ONLY 18,1001
In Broad Brook Conn.
. home on Country Club rd.
house south of Moody dr. on pineIiland \ of
v Nanette Smith ninthgrade ,
I tooth grade, ; rd. Ph. 447..1.BEAUTIFUL INCOME'PROPERTY
James Fisher of W. Avocado Mr and MrsTcTc. Hamby of I Dorothy Anderson; eighth rd. (Bs30) consist..
dr, had as a guest recently Frank Johnson City, Tenn, were Homestead trade, Pat Philllpi and Verna Lovely newly furnished room ORCHIDS available Ing of 4 efficiency apartments
Maua of Pittsburgh.: visitors last week. Owens; and seventh grade, Mary, private shower, private entrance at all times Homestead Floral with over 100 feet on U S. No Guaranteed
Waeico and Clara HarknessPlans =-- $1S week Ph. 644-R, and Gin Shoppe 1X1 N.W. 4th st, 1 and ample room for more

are being mad for a ctr- per ( 30)) cor Snd ave. hill) buildings, A splendid buy at

rival project ServiceReasonable SU.OOOI I
Homestead Class CoGlass for
Genuine The annual O. A. A.-ponaored GATEWAY GUEST HONK, $54 S. I
f student directory If being plaaaed Krome... Carrie B. awns, all purposes. We .. steel sash l-bedroom CBS on unusually 1! 0
glaring and glazing of all types.SOI $49
for early laiua. Ai usual G. A. A- Prices proprietor. Ph. 580-M. (sJJtf: ) large lot outside city. Needs
N. proms Phone 171
BuickPontiacParts members will fet points toward some work to complete, but ls Norge Electric

a letter for being members and For rent Double bedroom. Pfi554J. habitable as It I.. Let us show

; this year the room which has 100 Quality Workmanshipea (slttf) FLOOR SANDING and FINISH. you this for ONLY M.BOOI Water Cooler
per cent membership will get :25 INQ, Inmsn oak and pine floors .

r extra points per person. Furnished apis.-J-room and (- asphalt and rubber We. linoleum 3-bedroom frame home on Sacres Keg. $141.50

'. The senior class, sponsor of an room. Phone M -W ''or 170-J. Day th. Ill-W;nights 117-W., of scarified land for I $121.50
Ice re.m''' social, made (U.70 (sltf) SUOt
Service All Hakes. ENGINE ,
; from an 'evening of games and 0 CONCRETE: BLOCKS, all sites,

1a dances Ice cream cookies and BRAKE SERVICE Room and board $II wk. Ph. Bruce Block Co. Naranja, FU LET US SHOW YOU this I

GM Cars punch were served o 50J-R. (mZOtf) Phone 571. beautiful, furnished, natural HARRISRefrigeration
Betty Torbert was elected sergenntatarms MOTOR TCNE-CP rock home on 4 acres with I Service
and John Hughes,, 1 and I-bedroont furnished
beautiful shrubbery and assort
Expert o For ale l-bedroom
: home
parliamentarian at a special meetIng FRONT END ALIGNMENT kitchenette cottages, Reasonable near school. Jalouiled ed fruit. There Is also a garage I 141 N. Kuala ..... IN
factory-trained of the student council. At rates Pleasant grounds for children porch: ,
::. 0 4,750, terms and I-bedroom cottage on the I I
Mechanics the regular meeting plans were PAINTINGBOOT Redland Court, Ph. S84-R-4 See premises. Priced at $20,000 -
j made to play host to the evaluation (pa30)) ECHQE I
TERMS to be
o Registered. broker.. Ph. 169-1 arranged HARDEN-Hauling, landscaping,
will be her
I AND FENDER (I"SO) I topsoil potting soil, sand rock
; Nov. 10-23.: All student council REPAIR FOR BALE FOR COMPLETE REAL fill. Ph. I43-R. Write Rt J, flog
; Paint and representatives were urged to explain ESTATE SERVICE see 14-A. Homestead.
Body o
the constitution and ask for New CBS house, I rooms' Isrge

Work a vote on ILPrincipal SEAT COVERS For sale or lease-Building In screened porch, tile kitchen and RICHARD FUCIIS GROVE MOWING. Carl Endllch,

W. E. Rice gave I o Florida City, 30x70. bath, aluminum window sash Rt I, Box 469, Homestead (old
( short talk at the Betas' tint meeting 11PUOUTUDIOtJNDaCOA warehousestorage! or Sllltabl'l Restricted residential area Small Reglitered Brokeror Letrhworth place, Kings hwy.)
I UpholsteryFurniture after which President Jackie 0 104. (s30)) down payment, 1% mortgage John H. lisle Salesman Phone A17-X-W. (f4tf)

Everett sppolnted a committee to Tl.'i0o : I Laws and fruit trees eatabliihed III* N. Federal hay.Ph .
check 'on averages so that new :rO-lnch tractor plow; Model A Bruce Batchelor, IN N. W. Ilth 119-J or 7S -W. FLOOR SANDINQ and FINISH.
\. and Ice members may be tapped soon.Presbyterians rOKCELAINIZEtaLUBRICATION pickup truck; brow bean dus st Ph. :<.-W. (s28tf) P.O.Box 603 ING Install oak and pine floors,
Rox Refinishing e ter. AU In good condition. Ales asphalt and rubber tile, llneleum.
Members of Chamber
International pick-up truck. W,I Day ph 511-W; nights U7-W.
to Mark\ For ale
; Porcelainizing 0GENERAL H. Owens, Goulds. (ISO) : S-bedroom COS home of Commerce
World-wide CommunionNew REPAIRS I good location, large walk-In WE DO reliable stch repairing.

I 0 Yeuth bed and mattress, $20. Call closets, knotty pine kitchen price Woods Jewelry, McCrory Arcade.
communion trays will be A COMPLETE BCMTER-TO- B3t-W afternoons or evenings I $.'50. Low down payment fit (aIMS)
dedicated and new members will BUMPER SERVICE Mrs Alex Lanier, 21 N. E. IOU!: mOo BenJ. Warren Morris
be received Into Homestead Prey o st (3fltf), See EC1IOR JORDAN Registered Real Estate Broker IF YOU HAVE: anything\ to sell

byterian Church Sunday morning BUDGET PLAN IF DESIRED I Registered broker. Ph. 7RD-J or ft you need anything visit
when the church will observi PAT AS TOO DRIVE.WRECKER General Electric table-top stove,I (al-30)) I have buyers for small tractsof the Swap Shop. We buy lII.t.I. .
New Buick Special World Wide Communion Day, announces e $30 Frigldslre, 4 cu ft ISO, glade land, also buyer for tresses In good condition, ItOV .,

I the Rev. Frank I. Elvery SERVICE Both in good condition. Call 20 A. Grove-10 In avocadoa,, 10 100 A. potato land.Ug Ice boxes etc The Swap Shop,,

Now pastor. **1J V; o ,f p 474-XR-4. (po4)) In limes l-bedroom furnished Krone A... Ph. 111 127 a Flagler Ave. Homestead.

on Display The trays will Include two 4-DURNER TABLETOP gss stove house and guest house. Phone _. Phone 4r
communion made of Honduras I have buyers for small tracts
> trays Comer of 13th st. and N. E P43-W-S. (paSO)
and flnishlntAsphalt
Floor Sanding
i mahogany by Bird Chevrolet Co. lit ave. Mrs A. Byrum. (paSO) and rubber tile Phone
and two bread trays, a gift from fto ma. on yr. contract
W. H. Owens ELECTROLUX kerosene refrtger I S-bedroora house less t.haII yr. UT-W. (BcUtf)

At 7.JO: Sunday evening, a film 117 N. Kreate Are.Baraeitea4 ktor, price (SO. Perfect order old, furnished or unfurnished BenJ.) W. Morris.
Preston B. Bird Motor Co. Small down 11J N. W SEE ALEX LANIER for well
presentation of the life of Stephen, t Fla.Phene Mr. I. L. Fltahugh, N. E Fifth drilling. Corjirr Krome eve,,
lit ttomeateadl Ph.: 702.
the first Christian martyr, will be !>h. 449-R. ( j lave.
5 l av* 30)) ,
1jt (siotf) MISCELLANEUUS; end N!.: 10th st Phone IISI.1t..
J iron at Bib St Phone 411 shown On Oct. 14, a showing U 0 .

22 Years WithChevrolet light four, 1 Evlnrude Speedl- Lot east of Krome, S blocks from When you want land turned and WANTED I",

" For a twin, good shape. Shown crash! hwy.. near 8th st Clear title, disked Phone 835-R O30-07))
4 COMPLETEInsurance base Sunday afternoon. Geo. Bow,' reasonable price. See owner at J'So
Ph. 139-J. (psJO) J:, lit sve. ((130)) xerrtoe(; all muscles dally the Veteran eligible sharecrop forfsnm training
wants to "
1 ; iGpI Service NOTIll DNDKB FICTITIOUS NAMI lazy exercycle way Motor does .11Io.01
egttf /towYOUR See the work Free demonstration tomatoes Leader Box A.I.-
tMf.<. ta b.apLelwwe tut tho ..*..., Big old house, partly furnished II Ar- (paSO)'
ilreM., .... torfMB John II. Hale uses RMM .< Nrtll/ M II S S>oMMu'luim kitchen. cade. (s30) Three adults and 11-month-old
big Large
.AM. r..... I..... a. _...
wltk'Uw ...'" of Ik* close In. Total price, 10500. baby need small apt or cottage.
eel d lido O.w4 yn..4da down Ph. 184-R-4. (p 30)Middleaged )
I1.SOO paymentSee
r CI..1
jIDN, '
I ri i FUCII9 REAL ESTATE Mowersfor (5e5." I. 11. 55. 55 Registered ECHO Broker JORDAN' Ph. 7004alO.30) Want to Sell Your Car? woman with refer

1111 N. Federal Hwy. IN one clarion OIIRT KOKTHKIIU\ ences wants job sitting With
I Phones S1I-J-17SRHomestead COUNTY H.ORIIM, IN tHANckarIMUMUO ; ROil Motors has opened an AutoCenter babies or elderly persons. He*.

N. Isirtl', .PNOTI1 Nonn 0' area tsArina' ros We will help you sell or Kathryn Fll .erald, lOll & W.
IIUTU'e OPCPR'IAL asia PARTIAL NKVINATION rsdeour tar on our lot. Ind av*. Ph. 612-M. (sSO)
rent or nay II/K _
alLVEHSTRVNoIlM PI.I.llft iMlml NOTICI IK HKNKHT.IVRM(OM of all:W that Mlwk lay I tome In and tee us for details, Wanted: 2-bedroom: apt or small
A\Y: HIOHLANM Mwnllnt: house. Quiet, clot In. Leader
I 5n
Glade & Grove Supply Co. aces tassEL tUI"DIAl.DiAl boa ..II.. .M...WI.rIMa.baatP.e.11dl5.PAIl.!>!.< tlv n( and 'w need .04 ...> Dox A-193 (ps30)
Lawn Service Princeton! Phone 17$ or 191 .I..I .aMe Rmr W Hxto Cminlr,, FlurU.Ill . ..
Phone M ..b kmhr aHm MM MMll ." M UM 44k 4w *l ud.M.. IMS, **rtrto W.nted-Plpa. valves, fittings or
Homestead: )? )_, IW f HW OT, kr ttwf IriMl
lb. CuMslwl.s.t t
Ifcar ft Omattt S
Mowing\ -Cleaning Dw.r.. -., .'. nlfrM In, U. .that .011. ta Ik* b:* ." Cmrt HIMIMl US .:I. 1st It ilomestetlNeer other plumbing supplies tor
ibnr. MrM MUM. will rife lor MM. sat l I. tW CII, t Miami to unto Uw MMCM colored lionpltal. phone Paul Los-
( old bakery building
full il iiklte) mb>nr u Ik. kk Kk 554 )
nM hi Hoik M .1 Px
Lawn CareWe l kM ..,.. L..M es Oifcitntr .., .
.N Pitt .wens I hl 55. and truck will be sent to pick UP'
0 y specialise In year-arcand *.. toes. Mm UK sat lil P. M poem, vltkm Ml4 Ulnrk I I. and to ti SEWING, buttonhole making,
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i ;, The answer is to be found in the formal complaint, "they" have filed with the court. ;
1"I/ I : By "they" we mean, of course, the anti-trust lawyers from Washington who are out ;t 4 '

I to destroy A&P. 0 11")1.

:1. , They say. . and these are the antitrust lawyers' own words. . that we "have regularly 't '.:,l r.. ,.
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;t. ,, :r.. : , ,il;: T To this charge we plead guilty: 'I f '.i'.i't :

.' '. ',: !\ : We confess that for the past 90 years we have constantly ., '.

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M., .J our customers more and more good food for their money. I I I'

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I r [The American people Have seen nothing wrong in this. By their ever-increasing patronage for 90 years ...;.';;""jJ, p', ..
A :-. . they have shown that they like this low-price policy. .
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'. Apparently the people still see nothing wrong in this today. All during the past week: -since the anti \. '..(, .../ \ ,
trust lawyers made their charges- we have beendeluged with phone calls and letters from men and ) ) /

...... t women in all walks of life who want us to kno\V'they are opposed to this effort to put A&P out of \ ...; k: "ty, ',
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; 1 . : enormous number) of customers are telling our} store managers and clerks.that they want .to con, d 'J A: : > ''' .a ":. '
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9 Farmers and other suppliers are asking what they can do to preserve : .. ,
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,; .' . Labor leaders are wiring us their opposition to this.':threat to labors living standards.. 'H i," ,, '1,1','." ;." ',

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I .:, ., :The anti-trust lawyers say because:) are able to sell food cheaper r As anyone can see, the only purpose that ",would be served by ,' I (

than other grocers, we make it impossible for; those grocers to putting A&p' out of business would be to raise. food prices '' ,.' .y:t'',
\ compete with us. .
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If this were true, we should have all the food business in the _
4" "United. States by this time. tWe were the first merchants to set the pattern for low-cost: low. : .:...f. .

'I' profit distribution. Our example and our competition has led other ': . ,'If..i.
Just opposite is true. In 1933 we.had 11.6 per cent of the ..
4 ,' nation's food business. Now, according to the anti-trust lawyers, grocers to keep their prices,down, r" .
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our share has decreased to 6,4 per cent in, 1948. Anyone can see I : \
have Remove A&P from the picture and food? prices are .
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I' grocers in business today than there were ten years ago. .. Remove A&P from'the picture! and the way will be F ;1

7 "11: .. ,- :; There are about 275 more food chains in business today th'an i cleared for the destruction of everY other efficient '
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; large-scale: distributor. .
4itr r; In other words, we Have more competitors in'tlie food'field and Vl. > \

4 . do a,smaller share of the nation's food business than before. Is this what the American people want? .: . ",:', ::..:: '

: I. 1 ; Where is this .alleged destruction of other grocers? Where is \ ,
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