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: July 23, 1948
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: VID00618
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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:37th Year. No. 30. HOMESTEAD_ __' ; I),_FLORIDA( ,...'FRIDAY: JULY H'_" 23, 1948 _.. Price 6 Sent bf





I RED SQULED Q That> "40,000 Net Loss"AN I Bright Spot of (the Day at Camp WILL ASK COUNTY AND CITIES,



1 light and'water plant Is that we are trying to ride

a good horse to death "HECK OF A LOOKING PLACE"Ue

: During the depression, when nobody was paying

: taxes, and when there was no demand for extensions

of line and expansions of plant, the good old
Direction for using the nt nty and county governing<
I I light plant carried the entire of the town'soperation. ECONOMIST
poison to ,be prepared for the \.t expense I bodies *>i well *i civic and lervlc

control drive to be launched\/ next orgsnUallon and other club and
Monday, wertf 'brought to Horne- e+ CONFERS \WITHGROWERS : church groups will be skd to
times and
But here we are in the midst of good to South
stead yesterday by W. Harvey Join In campaign
still bleeding the light and water tevenues for
Jordan of Miami, director o' lade more eye appeal to visitor
typhus and rat control for the operation of other city departmentsalthoughthose Follnwlng a talk by Dr Francis

county health dep.rlrnenThe\ same light and water revenues must finance Dr Doyle fe. Tlmmoni, official B Lincoln/ MwMny night in the
poison,.which will\ be prepared In expansion of a plant that has tripled its former size economist for the 'f'der.lanll state Barred lltart clubhouse, the South

Homestead by mixing red aqull and then some, to say nothing of terrific outlaysfor department 'Of agrkullure last Did Garden Club appointed I
with hone meat, will\ be available Friday night concluded two days
at the Redland District Chamber materials like wire and transformer for line of conference with| 1 local kvocirio cominltlei to spearhead InterestIn

., of Commerce building, where extensions to all these new homes and business and lime grower, during which face-lifting operation for this
Manager Mont J. Baker bar eel houses that have been and are being built without dm he intruded( them In aft section that would\ make vlaltor
up headquarters for the drive cessation. orderly procedure for obtaining want to live -. In the country I
fOOt aura to put food where rat > complete and accurate triform ', moil tropical spot

cannot find It next Monday and Tho electric rates raised 10 cent and r ,,et q (Continued on rl Three) "W* hive I heck of t looking
Tuesday, Mr Baker .la warning were per --- community," old Dan Heard
Ute public. "On Monday evenlni we' didn't kick, even though we may have groaneda lupertnlendsnt 0 f EvtrgladelNntlnnnl
Mr. Jordan and his. cleft! of seven little when the new bills came in. But now comes & POSTMASTER IS Park, In the round-tab)
.sslstante will the out
'. put polaon warning to get set for another increasebecausethe discussion 'II to the Wont lookIng -
In; the puilnea section, and on .
a Tuesday they will gather up what) light department is going to show. "net loss of OPTIMISTIC ON place and In I South resisted Florida coming kits.Heard to

: Jllien of 1t." at least $40,000 this year." Homrttead because of .its Io k.Hawel'.r .
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\\I; I r The poI_ for the bushiest dlatrlct ,
when we moved her
'I win "be free but private Don't swallow that brother Yes there OUST MAN IN THE tllOW USE EVERY DAY WAS PVT (Big) John McLean lay members otC DELIVERY
U Interesting
unpaid CITY found pleasant
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homes' and grovel will be charge t O, tUirida National' Guard who returned to Homraleiid after two week of training it Fort Jackson I "
tt cent a- pound. Mr. Baker r- bills of amounting to $42,9)2.53.) S rand they br uunt<< come this picture aa proof Men In the line being served are all from t community W are glad w C'IIIfI.
port that it will tike three pounds as of May 81,1948-but $19l 2.90 of these! unpaid Ilomr.lead .'left to ''ahl )'no d., pre Roy ilutvkin, Pfe. Rnnald R. CJonljiger" knd Pvt I poatmtitor & 'sVUvlngstw' to'ryeaanawd M the QrM.Club,!* She only ; at
MiLon 'In Jh mend vrwing art: K. Pollen IWklivVi.l\|LMMC4io vJ4UrtMVDkvUUaiVop o dl b L1M s lHa OM AReealh4la'N'Improving
for a r.t' place. which... has...... bills date! back toJflly: ffcpl year when- + WfflMR: TaWffK: :; \ .11tbbert ; PloT hiyiiionj, Kelly and MM Drak .Itoland Uarria. succauful eutoome bf'di; effortsto U>l appaaran; of South ,
:" $31,000 of light and water income was, transferredto ---.---- --- --- Mcure city carrier' mall tervlco Dad, It" ui* proper group to

r the city's general fund. By the same reasoning for He Homettead.dated that he hurt recently lake Named action"I 10 the commit were:
HEARING House Numbering Completed by V.F.W.
SHOWS that is being advanced now, the light plant showeda COUNCIL DEFERS filed a more up-to-date. nport Herman Helnleln, roadiid besutlficltlon -

net loss of $19,152.90-when as a matter of fact Seen Among Greatest Civic Projects with the port office department chairman of lh garden

.NO fOUL PLAY IN if it had been permitted to use its revenues prop ACTION ON IIIKE In tilt' Washington tart that he, wag notwithstanding Informed In 'club Du I Heard>r, Lincoln, Frank M..1.Kent,Biker Ben .

erly, it would have paid all its bills and shown a net 'Whit li conceded to be Veteran ot foreign Wan announced January hit the city did dot meet Archer, J, R, Brooks, Ted $tadtg.
.TIIOMPSONDEATH surplus of $11,847.10. IN LIGHT RATES and or the greeted civic services that the last \house number the requirements for this ervlcei. tipt: Ctrl Vpn Paulsea and 0
bad been nailed to the last That decision had been band upon W Calkin,
j.i That would have left only the 23,759.63 of unpaid ever performed in lIom.stead' . unnumbered hcnm*-that all 011I01TIf'Ite.d' Survey> of a poet office Inspector' Jfr. Uncoln'i talk, "Doe Your
Aa \ the body of Homestead's consumers ot electricity
autopsy on
behklf war completed aboulS Community llavt Appeal tG
taut December at
homes )
bills contracted the first ten months of this Ire now .
f Dewey Thompson, 41 who wt ,,11\\ hove another monthIn o'clock Wednesday afternoon, numbered "Since that limp. Mr Livingston Stranger," and the round-table
found dead. In the Florid CIr" year. During the same ten months, tho general which to brace themselves fir when the Homestead pout ol the According to Post CommanderA said, "there have been some discussion which followed formed

Jail Sunday morning, July II,, operating fund drew from the light and water rev- a male Increase, the city round V Phillips, who originated and change her. Ibere are' inure i program planned and given by
I housed to the city block, mid the tin: mil members' of the club.
disclosed no tnitomlcal evidencethat enues $24,000. Had this amount been left Tor use in decided ai its meeting Monday personally directed the project "Al rnnat victors through
of the
hurdle not hiving pass
death wee due to foul ply, relieving the growing pains of the light plant, there nlrht ART M'KEE IN the task was accomplished by V. great houses numbered fan been owl by the district at 41 mites an hour
but found Indication that death would have been no unpaid bills and a surplus of The councilmen decided not to r W. members, "working only In volunteer workers from" the Vet- a feature In gain attention must
was due to acute Intoxication. several dollars in of recommend t rate Increase at the HOSPITAL AFTER their span time, In 18 dayl from erani of Foreign Wars. Now It I II be spectacular," Mid Dr. Lincoln,
spite material
i. This wii brought out *t I hearing gigantic Monday meeting, although the the time they started important for tii to have the chief hortieultiirlit it Subtropical
.' held Tuesday afternoon by bills totaling $32,000 for the unprecedented demand ordinance enacting a 10 per cent "Working full Unit," he aa4! street and ivennei marked"' rxperlmeni" Station, "Visitors to
I, Justice of the Peace S. !. Ken- for extensions. Heretic, effective: last April 10 SULLIVAN FIGHT "we could have come the Job Ip Mr. Livingston concluded the \this section have com through
drlck, ex-offlclo coroner, at which 1''" ixplrea before the next council five and a half d.,.." interview by Mylnir ha ,felt that the. beautiful grove and -ite' reglon -
anyone and everyone who wished Increasing the electric rates may"seem the mm-llnff. Art MrKee wn taken to JamesArcher In addition to Mr. Phillipsmember the department would WcorulderU ot Central Florid, and they ",
to testify or ask question was easiest to bring in revenue! Is Several members of the council of the I llomeiteid V: r. January declaim and authorize hiv seen the world' most buUful -
way more It not the Smith Hospital In a delirious
heard to witnesses
-in addition oljjwtod to a rvcommrndiitionmude : W who worked on! the numbering free. delivery In the near future, re.ldenUallHtlOI\\ well a*
summoned by the court. At the fair way, however, and it Is a lazy man's way. Put by Councilman Carl Andtr- condition Isle Wednesdaynight project were: Phil Bourne, Christopher The ilomeitoad poet office has| the ocean In the Miami( and Mlsnu -
conclusion.the coroner ruled that the burden of general city operation where it be- ."" that a ono-hulf per cent Increase about outside an hour the after Homestead an encounter C Kales, James C. Vann, been working' for free carrier eervlre -I Beach area, Moreover when
there won no evidence to warrant longs-on other kinds\ of taxes. .. to the consumer be added station with) Officer Donald i Sr. Charles A Knoll, Charles JQouman for Homestead. since July of they leave ul thy IN the\ beau-
placing charge against anyone for every one per cent rise) In the Sullivan police laid to have been off George Skill, Frank 1143. I I (Continued on Page Threat
and dismissed the hearing cost of fuel oil above nine cents Simmons, E. D. Francis, Edward"
I Thompson was placed In fall t gallon, Councilman L U I'ood duty at the time WelM, Allen Harfdrd. Joel J.
; 'early Saturday morning by Wm Tecn-Apcrs having Time of Lives "urged that the final decision I b. At the bospltsl yesterday Me.Kee Robinson, r A (Had) Ruff, J E. }Pet Show Prizes for Ugliest. Cutest "JI j
J. Oeronlmo. marshal of Florida noitponed a month to give the wai said to be rational again, Bridges, M. Bowen and Henry W
\ City, who wag called to th. residence In Summer Playground',Program budget committee time to present but report. on x-riy photographs Thorn*l1l\. As Well as Largest, Smallest, Etc. i
I, of Wm. E."LM! n- who: a ten I"'In budget bused upim esUnrated taken yesterday) morning was Day Scouts who misted t
chow his nome will his ser .... nerds of the varloua de- awaited before any pronouncement
law' and daughter Mr. and Mr. tucks teen-agers who enrolled and crafts clausal the Homestead partments. Mr. Anderson and the of his condition .la made (.Continued,.._on.._Page Two_) Plan for the pet animal how "Any form of pet which I II ally' r
Wm. Adams. Adams and Myen for the summer youth program on school I budget chairman Willinm Muuel- The encounter. between MrKee are now definite. I U ellglll to compete fur a prize,"
testified they wen awakened by the Homestead *nd Redland school A doll show, la which anyone white, favored I Mr. Hood's aug-" and Policeman\ Sullivan was old THE WEATIIEU When the boys and girls of Mid Coach Milt Themes, dlrectot
a nolaa of thumping against\ the playgrounds are h.vlnhe\ time above six years of age may enter I lestlon, and tin. council voted a to be the outgrowth of an earlier OrfN.u..rase eq"a fill" South lode bring their r>el"rruten"
1" car in the port cochere: and of their lives entering sportstournaments a doll, Is now being planned by months extension of the present engagement' between Sullivan's pW.a n..wg """ 1 to the corner of N. W of the boys playground racrea-
somebody saying, "111 kin you." Joining In swimming Mrs Cody and her girls. rites. younger brother, Jack and McKee COM Mu4 Nesj, ..... P'b Fourth it. and Krome ave. at 1:10: lions! program *t the Rdlandchool
'1 Going out In the yard they parties 'or entering the art and Coach Tbernry announced that Comparing his own report for In the bus station Wednesday July II__ 12 11 30.00\. Saturday, July 31. the public .
J found Thompson stumbling around tufts clauses. About 220 of them his boy ar* now holding tournament expenditures for 10 months of the night July M __ n n 1000It will be treated to a parade uniqueIn "Tlie, Interest )Jn 'Uil* event b
\I. as It he were searching for someone wr registered by the end of last In checker, horseshoe! present tiara) year. with the Wlllam McKee waf at his. home .recounting July 17_ .... 11 8001 017n the ell,'. history The parade : mounting Tiny ',.*? that Jerry
He told them he was looking week at the two playgrounds.The pitching, foul goal shooting Sydnvr report for II4T, his nlght'i experience July II. .... .. Tl JO.01 036 cal proceed] fnuth on Krom islegion Kramer If. getting his goat pets
for Jimmy (hli l-yesr-old-son< : ) supervisor for the girls Is Chinese checkers, deck teflnli and finance Chairman Muscelwhlte lit his wife when he suddenly July II 'n 10 jooj ou Park ware the anunaU 'fumed and arreUnd\ that dime
i because the Lord bad told him Mrs. Mary Smith Cody Coaches three-man basketball They are; showed that the item of fuel oil I 'talked funny" then became vh>- July 20. .. II 10 30.01 041II will be ,Judged and prliea. will be Mulllni has hi" bib decoratedfnr t
that He had to have Jimmy" heart for the boy are Paul Worley and (Continued on Page Three) (Continued on Tago Three) I Iatltf !(Continued on Page Three) July 21 ... 71. .L- awarded lilt prile( and, that If Dotty "
Ha ssH he had already cut off Matt Themes for the Homestead Turner ever catch\ ** her",peacock
both of Jimmy's leg*, but Jimmy and Redland schools: respectively lie will inter III",,," rMrs.
had managed to get away, Each of the coaches) Is plugging Miry Smith Cod director
i fAa a matter of fact, aa the boy for a project! Mr. Worley, for the Birds National 1 of th* girls':' playground activities
testified later Jimmy earlier Friday Friday night dances at \the 11_ Wading of Everglades ParkPIL. it bot .''Home t sd :and RedlandHwnli
.t. night escaped to the house stead school gym, and Mr. Ther- tia* worked'with Coach
y .of a neighbor after waking to nea for the pet animal show to be Them** .an plmes'ton' the parade
find his. father kneeling over him staged July II. Mrs. Cody assisting stud show. )Fmphistf" to placed on
I with a knife "*-UIf the Lord < both. ,Hi* fart, that .11 children from
i said I had to make an angel.out Th crowd at last Friday night'sdance By. WtULAlO K. DttLtTrarfcNatanlM actually barons Ai It by pane A pink wading bird la 'almost conspicuous; red and whit cheek pl m7 Kreaf wfilteh Florida City and Homeateal northward { -
1 of you" An Investigation by while small Was congenial, plait l all berona have charscteriaOo sure tit be a moats spoonbill since markings 1* the Florid cran*. toiU/;% >* largest of thmlly.. to ,.1"1.Q4 throughout
,prputy Sheriff Claude High dls- Mr Cody asld! Mn. Dale Hen- mirklngs Which set them apart I the much larger flamingo I* rarely This, the Only true cone found Hi wn reduced by shooting and cut- the entire Redland district IIII'.
bed that Thmopaon. was a tort demon and Mr. George D. Burble Bird life form in Important from others nt the family, seen visiting out shore Florida .la a nonmlgratory sub- f"rv4,dlnuUr In the 1935 hunrlwo Invited W enter .ta ,thljf
: Continued on Pus Two) wer*. chaperon For tonight' part of our South Florida seen III the whit group we have1: A Mull. white bird with a specie of the sandhill cran*. Contrary *ll> reduced, its numbero'aboiflllS parade and ahow.
t dIMe, chaperone will be Mr*. and Is more of a tourist the American egret With yellow !slender down-curved bill I U the to common belief w* hare bird Whit* Ibis Rises: will be proTtdml by ,the 'r
TKJECT MAKKJNO BCOOCR George Cooper and Mi*. Horace bill and black' I legs and feet, .\the .whit Ibis, It h I closely related to la this staid DO whooping crane suffered not only shooting; but RedUnd DMrM Uon*"'' Club. A
Councilman Ruaaell Home' who 0. Tburtnin. parents also are Incited many people! realise, Visitors snowy west with black bUl blacklegs the sacred Ibis. which we* prominent The whooping crane I M now on the ala. the Jnnwd of eager. The first prht"of IJ" a .second prtie
has been given authority by the coming to this seed are astonishedby and yellow feet; and the la early Egyptian culture brink of Mtarminattoa but IB reddish egret almost passed from of |) and tbisd'prise. of It 'wI >
city council .to have Homestead TIle dance will begin at tie the large and conspicuous great white heron with both bill The large white bird with \much prehistoric time did occur In the Florid area as did till poo bit mole tor.*M *) of the following, :
streets and avenue marked at and end at 10,:M. A small admission bird, which are seldom JHMD and .Ices yellow black In the wings Is the wood Florida a* evidenced b,. fossil blllWith IJtrg H J>...t, ,amaUert. pet. .boat
their intersection, report .that fee I* charged farther north. AU too, often any Among. the* slat.* gray ar blue Ibis, more correctly an American bone found\ by ,Alexand. PWe4" \ protecUon of the XvdubonSoticty. drwwd pl (this means elthrt:
,the. work la under way. Vn 'Coty has announced a bird with long IK and long nock heron aces Ward's, known by Its stork. mort U a run and Wildlife grooming.of. ,, cloths), b4 stunt, ;i
"'.. are having mule new markT Change of her chedul for the .to dubbed 'a crane. This b not large sUe and black cap; the reddish It I tl obvious from this ahort Th status of our'larg* bird bat SWvtr, and /BOW the Kverglade: ugliest pet nd(; (:iite \ pKt Tiw\' ,
:,I I \ cast," taid Mr. Borne. ,"But Kedland schoot Henceforth 'ah* don t>y trtonf away ytntA In Beret with' IU rusty head. and summary ot characterlrtlo: marking present much better than It NaUdMl Park DIe futa..4Ilblrdl UMST It priss will J ,bV,../..M&.L: ,j
the eld markers can be used rnccrtas will. be there all day on Tuesdays bird ForeMost neck the little blue heron, a uni-' ,that K U no great feat of hM been ID :year* rut. At, on* took brliht.Some have. already . The JMII'II+ will ba Mot HertnuoHelnlein ,
I *'comers where: there will end Tburac &.;*. Ba|wee. 1 and Ip. wading bird* belong4** the I loa m blue grey; and the Uwbiaha .memoirMcognlrt! our wading, Urn- both. the Anwrle *hd *now> returned to. bear theta forIM Mr*. Uoyd DMc ..a1tlt"t.Welea .
be no high grasi to conceal the en. on Mnodivt, Wednesdays heron family, and white number ,heron with dark btflt 'and while. ** 'egreCi wee*) brought Cq' th* verge ( bundanc., a** all the Others M, H..Oa)..tsa. .. J.Fwk'".

( >tottering- L.., ......_. and Friday lilt coodueti bar art of kinds are called egrets they,are underpin, _Iof I A large ,brews wading bird with of exdnetlonbyun' ,, as.qllta' of art making a,dtiBlto.-,locrsas:,, ', iralth. w''' :tl' : j

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HOMESTEAD -1'ERPRtSE Friday July E3, 1949.

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TheLeaderEnterprise ..". ...- .... ., ..."'....'-. , LJiJu.2D j [:: _' ,' WNATrI3S _. 7Y1 I Sowing Seeds Too Deeply l'OJ.s: <"N I UM > .\ ",,-

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TIte Gads rltlt ( .." I i ,IK.i Mine. :bt' and xhatU

...... w nup ..p.lelt tWII. r..... Years Ago{; I Avoided By Easy Method i (lu tam), nut(M'ilulUii III
W 1M,. ., I + I i I, "",""...1 thill\ Ihlk poison I II harmn -
A 4 wc.; M W. ..:orals Ib.a.r.ww . 'f'Tr f .... -.1 e r r w wA .n : == I vei'l' A I \ \ in hurtuins *n4) pttb..|Mf.

Iw.wa' Who we arrived I .In the artlveIverport w..........d...n/-=:-"i': 'Jaw. I or ,sets em.dr. : '_
** af Haaarlo I wa, tau it kills the rail taMMM* y MV-
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: wrprlaad aaf tar tow ta.lcba >, .a e.bea n1 t om tMr
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.... auUmobiletthat , r salt.lplllipinll1111ppplnIIIiIiTMf1UhII Ionian was In Homeateaslvwtcnlay
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4 aim**.* Mine wan Mute *i"e-rfa JTP* I I'nkina; for a powajrmixer J
wXtr p mVJmV BrnmtaxMvaaofjirnoM ...... t think. .""%n" 'rWUthe r I I : In which he eaisld sole tklr
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.... hotel in WM a Ir.t' ford Don't Hide Modern Houses i poison with about 1800 pokMda ftborsenwmt
aTnw I with ride furUU We bad tochooe l "1. tt Jeffrey has offered : rasters dUplayingwtouf a

.... n.uwa aset I'I betwoM Mf far end Mold d *aUa ) 01 the humbly. fery I rateaUng a IUSCSOM ear

0wI0Ne .t lD..4.I ::;.SwM '-'I horae- raw.etrrlage wllk KM lee line cooaVurUM of the storm' Behind Tall Planting > ,of corn wish a shadowy Jilctyr

w. ...... I ..... driver tilling( .up back over the ripat fwtmmlnf |obl :.nttionancl ; I .it a hungry glel in the bacltcrtoiM.n
.II I tuMantisl lumber. .. ,. I distributed .in the bu.Jn..*S
1 t-. r .. .. we <.*... that stage I re hallew pin fee '1'1., IM4.
is .... N ... - ba.4 Mel wtuebaome the twthlMNMea r district veeUrfsy by Mr SalerUutraturr .
pI .4ds. .... M/ .. 01 On *ur way to the of tile enterprise la ......M4. ." i Iteaa E4ga at Beard .... silksera on the subject to *..%U-
II dittanr, from the rail.
..... .. 1- f
.. road aUUon. we paawd. aeveralroMnertlal "An experiment with bamboo 'i able ui. hit headquarter
I twa-wbeel milk wag- at a windbreak b to be made in II II ibmastpud( people were asked..
Music at Midnight oat drawn by nonet The milk the district under the direction OIl at week\: to dean the rubbish out

man errio Paiteurlied milk .fat C. II. EUffani county agent Two ,4 I hi .- public and private buDdlng
c By ".... "Majkew PMtpalrtrkJluaac betUea but the other milk IIdipped IS.orm. trada.Jt lUdland owned aixrt yard, fa*re*(rtlon for w

drl/ta kft. a $ 1 1 t t.1rbltII frfta five-gallon can or by M. P. Kanney and C. K. .'t-I II rat' riddance 5r/y/ ,
awn larger anA In South Ameri- Lain' of Coral Gables will be ebbrmd.d Ratt never. lay UP food I}!

That I know, Other*" In the earn wuntHea you do not hive the OB an four aide with I 1 emergencies l ,*" *lf r. Baker uiil' !,.
chilled llaU- "" bottle of milk the bambo wait at d dimanwtr"'l I Thla literature tell lit that 'Wen
three have in the V S They usually lion for the United It.. out' Jo that for them that wehumane
n Of creation, bar w. have n.wMIhbort you "
serve batted milk for both cote mot of Agriculture. never let them down.

I hear" |trot *e and lea. "funeral' arrvlret will be hM renislnf his literature further.
Who tit ,UP nlgtita, y. ;
to tempo !his ama type of brae andwagon . In the Fled Baptist Church I I !II', ,. ffJ.wf1..4 .\ Mr. Baker came" up with\ this owe
delivery It iii-d for fresh for W. B. Strickland;: .* t1 .. : ): .': One pair eT rate can todoxt.
17.. Be theSiS to Make Drill for
.1 1.500 In the t6ursebi.
U ,heretofore has meant only the 'Argentine olteWe, learned John Crave, assistant' city' elerk,1 1 "t5lASai I stretch.... 11."t lilt Keep It year,
The paaatng of cart the barking. 9'aw Mi I Ktralgat. i
town one crt the native that this had left for Miami' that hit marrIg.

And of the dog call of a whlppoorwUl, Old mrthndr and w"01\- to Miss. Catherine Smith rtaaOiag Lee U Treat ef OwMMT ifeue.With Male flame OM + When It aye on the eeed packet': for larger seeds us the edge of you Vnforaee five your\Keralta"DM wife a laVture -
the be celebrated . .I Keep
revived after' war would be today
war Oreaad Level. "Sow In a drill. It antana In a ehiV .the hoe blade pressed lightly If I on ftOnOmy1" asked the
M ; ;
bleb.j cauM.of is rubber ahortag in Mlaa awendoylyn Hlner and Wit- low trench. Sometime; It may ray you want an Inch-deep drill mot of .
fried bride1
j the brand-new, -
Argentina. Mir Nation Mttitnpanted. thai I. A new style In planting t* required 'than a pyramidal evergreen. wino! Sow at a depth equal to four time .heavily for deeper sewing. .
prosperUve bridal couple to Miami. foe modern homes, which would won grow toe Urg. The the diameter of the Mad:' Th to depend ( edict
Ttotarlo/ reminded me fir Phil depth us* somewhat '"
j WATCH THAT SUN adelpnla We registered at the ." I IM I ere IIIU.II.01'1.\ without high line where. house Van mceta the This It likely to be punting to the on the nature of the soil la I. "I 1 WM (he grim ria>tt.
with main I dour only ground U planted with a border "What redulttr
lintel Italia fur I clay of several . Mrs Green hives It In :-"MfWI above ground level of annual chrysanthemum, grow.lag reed beginner and wander who may how look he at can a radish make deeper sandy loam than In they heavy may cloy go a and little in "1 live up week-end golf and
Contributed by Florida MedhwlAtaoclatlonl wefts visiting friend. It Nnt' York taking work at 'we ft toll bearing single ; "
while} I TH shrub and evergreen used a shallow trench just tour time Its hot weather they should be at hast started vegetable garden..-Re.PROVOKING !; .
was at"' Ihlt hotel I met the flrl bla Unlvertity.MlM '. Culum-1 too flower of richly varied orange.
In eonvenUonsI I
plaettng: -m diameter More experienced gardener twice a* deep at in the moist springweather.
and Americana who I for these, low houses brown, white and yeuew flower .
Sunshine .to on of (the chief only Mist Barlow of high ofagerctum hare learned that precise .
Edlnh1.\ border i* e row
Meer of the star. of florlda. Muni( \living er walling to 1 bate permanently delphla U a guest of Mr. and Mrs lag them seem tower. and one of the bed source measurement U Impoitlbl, with Above all In snaking I drill
them from view and shutting
Awn who Ih..w visit bore 'la Argentina. One of the Roy Matthews . ," I hiding UM sunshine\ and view out o< blue tone for Bower borders.There mail eeed; and Indeed It U not keep It strslfht Some gardenersus.
men came from the W.... lie had are many other combination needed. a narrow plank a* a ruler A PERSONALITIES
depending \upnn haw much villa, lla.. and he knew Chattrt It the 'Thompaon and hit owe and empnasiit"" should Its never food way. to produce a pleasing efttct, .to to take eare not to bury them *odwpfth .heavy cord on reel are bendy 'rflrf? tgUwtUft
roomi A 1 low house
time they dealrt to spend outduun : point in harmony with the color of kousc- T will faU to emerge from but any stout cord stretched, ...- *
T.: Futht, Ihe other two men were called home In bark of the i I be dwarfed by tall plant around It; a"'P110HIST.
tl the sob I mod. TUi
or art required' le w by wag and roof In planting near the loll can b* accomplishedby teen two stake will .icrv.
nature of their' work. 'from the New England tlatet and I Market filling Station which they and a small house should not be era houses simple color schemes, j the three method of makingdrills
But the line
use as a guld. andover
lit Jove with their made to seem emaller. Only I II
both were three, harmonious .
Jlmmle In. not
operated. Hot finding two, over which are Illustrated. be,.
Sunlight la kf.llhful but It caaaho I should b front eflew press tilt hoe against It. for
adopted country.' A mother I planta :J colors, are usually considered best '
young :
be dellnitely, harmful ty pro. .id*, he searched about the platforms modern houses th* |4antIng > of annuals which! I with. It will bend, and your garden row
with a boy five years' old had af led tate (armen* market should emphasise. the horlsor- Any the sun-loving : for tiny aeed. pre'd the edge of may turn out to be serpentine, If ,nut ey
longed to direct suitable bauM
ray to a height may
exposures com to Juln her husband>> who Later. Chief of PolkDrant-I tat (me, whlck .ba the effect ut mats, grow the east west and south a straight vets Into the aoll. For this happens nil up the drill .and
of the sun, particularly while acqurlng -1, was employed by a Chicago meatpttklng ley of Homeetead Informed him lag the MuM appear wilier.Tns side on of houses; but on the north medium abed. seeds. make the drill try it vr again. You will raw ac-
that coat of ton Sunlight. I firm and would be ttaluned that Jlmirua was safe with Pyton. *Ieeti< ran be wen achievedby varieties which are know to endure by ",1D..the end, of the hoe band!*. lain tar knaik.:
contain about I) pet rent visible several yen. in Roaarlo. 'red QeronWnv" ,' Brtntlejr and annual: dowers; and the fashion I II shade must be chosen. It I.Impan.n' M
I ray*, II per rent best a,id seven The wife war having trouble finding Policeman Curl came back to the bar flowers In; the front yard Is that the color used Inborders I this Mme knife mentioned above. lucky, had been In DsdcvCounty
per cent ultraviolet, rayt.Myifclan spreading. rapidly. An example of around the haw Than .bah
I a horn. to live In housing Thompaon house anrf turned off I I the effect which they produce I Ia I monls with the house colors, rptatlng .. "Chief Brantley placed the .16 for three or four years. and at one
war ag.bii4 tryingto woe a number one problem In this the radio and lights that had been given In the Illustration. On either: them or forming a karma year old boy In the home of AI time had bern'eommltted to the ta'a a"a
develop a coat of tan too quU.k- city aa back In the Stale. going all nightThompaon title of the door a gkibeinapedavtrra nluus contrast of complemenlaryeylors Dyaon for protection from hit Kentucky Insnne Asylum. a uww

{ ly Sunburn It bud what It ray. looked at .though tie In a tub II I used, rather I II , father until, he could be pUked up.
HUM much a bunt at that re-
cel,<-... from any other source, and IIEAIMNO had been beaten and acralchedwhen I __.__ -- Constable Tom Vann called me at HOUSE NUMBERING[
II a. m. July 17th asking ma to
Tea the retult much* may be fflunlly for: 'fhote terloul.:used: (Continued tI'OfIIOn..) Ufled.Thnmpaon!.taken to Jail Oeronlmo tea> I Claude High held that Thompson's 'kIU.... were made by R. W How- have Dewey Thompson transferred (Continued from Page One>)>

eon even mar Inmste of the Kentucky In- bruise and abrasions were den and ,then Oeronlmo Venn, from the Florida City )Jail to the
to M. may reault In chllla\ ,.. war attended Salutedeg Charlie Eater, Darrel Lanrthsrt,
.r.j lane arylutn.Myert l.1UIf'CI llowden and I went to the Turner county Jail for a lunacy hearing
headache\ or dellrtuM. afternoon by Dr A. M. U>g'n or contributed Angus McNair Jr. Bred Link and
and Adams took Thompson I' to hie. death.ArrangrmenU |Funeral 1lome' In Homeelead and There being M eetnmrttment for
Get your unto gradually.. The I of Itomealaad whoa ttatement transfer In the Dirk Link. "" trtl.w.wrwi ,
ouUlde the port eochere, and had be-tt madeto viewed the body, The body waacovered county .Jail I tuggeeted.
tint period\ W tke nin Jdatlul
r, ne lofig>r'lh.'nM rvtoii t..ualUI, What. Thompson drew S lougknorked Thompson "had numerout abra tanUarlumoflUng Mate IIJoRII1I n ll nt, acratrhea\ bruise., cuU. ., butther. they had no faeUittet' for keeping stead the V F W. were.aasiatadby .e.. bw se try ed -.I'
It"fir irttty4 morMmyor 11tim.1, ; ; user. on hit tIf"t b'. acme and leg him that veteran Muck Leath _
ask one
) 7zIldama, him dowaAdama could till daheyn t 1.sste . wa no Indication of an,ear they Judge Kendrick negro our 1M .nor 01 a..1Mi
noon. ISaHi day Uai'H'l"1. j"""' M wall at several bruteeir for with who was In World War I and by / est.
'M'Mr.ra: te 'lfiNt. unlav to got cpmrnflmctit papen.) ,tenor wound that could' have a warrant for assault ; i dab c.. to ....
exponire can be Increated until tettifiisl h* didn't know the body and face, There was one When Thnmpwn went to surd death After consulting Intent to kill against Thompeon'iIt ether colored cilium aa follows: .... .... ....-- al r.....rsa.WN

an rffecUve coat of tan fiat been how many tlmea ha Ml. Tbamp: deep ebntlon on the left kneeThe the Jail Jimmy at 7.:>tf A. ro. Sunday. with Chief Ceronlmo and Constable year old boy and bring him to William Henry Larklnt, acout- rdol./... w yrs.FITZPATRiCR'S'fINR .

produced You Buy ba the type. ion as h* gvta "mad" when any abrasions well painted with, however he fmmit his father deadAtMlig .< Vann I ordered an autopsyby the Dado County tail on that warrant master; I W. Lewi. Uslah Key,
that bum .'.111. DlI1I\III'tI... tincture of mrthiolate and a John Smith the Key. teeter
; one comes .t hint with a knife. Dr. John Wright and
Iud Krndlrck rf the '
t I deeming applied to the left knm.I <<
normally more affected IIIan brunt Cdd Terry. Negro Boy Scouts
Shortly afterward Oeronlmo. hearing were. Juan foyer *!ale-! "Information pod from Constable "The body was found by, HARDWARE CO INC
"At the time 1 uw him he was
W Becauat their <*ln It more who assisted were Pertrum Clark
\ summoned ky Mn Adami. cam Innt county solicitor and It, W. Vann and Chief Bill Jimmy Thompson\ Ion of Dewey FHONf 313III
(t tender, children of hay complex-. up and took Thompson into ell- oriented ben of his at to family hit name ale.,,age.and mem When newdl'll. deputy ..herl. ttl. ,,Ceronlmo WM that at I a. m. July Thompson. ai approximately T a. Edd Terry, Jr., David Smith Joist N. KROMI Avt
lion are more Ilkily' to get aunturnod tody.( I aiked how he felt he replied Chief Deputy Maude j. ""h'. 17 IMfl a request came from p In. July Its 1B4B and h* Immediately Arthur Spence and Jame" Dean.

than adultt. Asked whit "ho wat doing .1 the that he had nd particular. tom.l.lnta. -I report of hi* lnv fljtatlon aI Mr. William Adams that a notified Mayor Hunter
1 Calamin lotion t* soothing for: Myers place, Thompaon said he"came It war thourht advisable' I follows: I i man wa trying to break into. who hoe tura notified Chief Ceron-
; sunburn and dON not tUIn' cloth to pick xaoie oranges for '' I her home, Chief Oeronlma went Imo. Constable'nd Chi"GIRIO FURNITURE
to him to the\ )l1.mllI.I..t'
ing. Olive ell and cocoa butter Truman sad Dewey threw him tat move "I received a telephone ctU from to the area end there he alled'Dr. Logan from .
also may provide torn relief\ Remember flak big M a house from that at II\Id&coon arrangements could be i Constable, Tom Vann. at approximately found William Adams and William Homestead and .he examined the Custom Built or Mahogany and Other Woocjs I

that you ire datllng with high, tower. Oeronlroo tattled t a. m, July 18, IMS. thata My era holding Dewey body and (It war released by Vannto
a bum Have respect fog the pataible and the story of his quest for Jimmy n war called back to Florida man known to him as Dewey I Thompson. They had taken t Urge Turner Funeral 1l0 110 From Cabinet Work-Oalr Cab..-RefsabhlDgCar. .
coropllcailom and If tII dW was repealed also. City on the morning of July II Thomptm had die| In the Florida knife away from Thompson and Information gained\ Thompson war BIsrayiM. Dr. A Redlsnd Kl fnene. BIJ

J lever*. or \If It produce a fever, I Oeronuno. testified h* put .t which time Mr. Thompson wn City Jail roroetlm during the that knife now to to the possession originally "from Lexington Ken-

a doctor should' be rontullxi I I Thnmnon In Jail and then went found dead.. I was unable to determine night! Together! with Dick How- of Chief. aeronlmo. The previous ....
what war the tame of den lilpiitlflcstton officer, I .mot!I night Chief Brantley" of H_

N d......." I ICwMtable" Ibm Vann and 'Chiefof steed received! t call from the If .
vwv. Both the autopiy report signed Polic* Hill Orunlmo and went year old son of Dewey Thompson
f' by Dr. John E. Wright pttholo-' directly t the Florida Qty Jail."There that his father had told him that .'

f'GENERAL. fa ELECTRICSALES glat of Jackson Memorial Hwpl-I the arena was examined he hated to do It but that h* war :bye: "
tal. Miami and an.|nve tljiation'. and" a broken PeiI, 1 Cola bottle wa going to have to make an angel, I ,

AND SERVICE report algned by Orputy Sheriff liven to me by Cftnstsble Tinn. out of him and attacked bun with Why Worry

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I started soom.Mr NfitMr Ntw .... Mn. K. O. DeuMM Diet '
CfflES CeJhkM reported on tilt unaanrtmry .
N. W... I At Haw in North HavenMm
coadmen ef" ttw coynty 8)'R1.. ., I a. lit ...... CItr. O. ,. ,

I rock pit on Laagview rdMrs. fnm CttjrU c..n FOR I. P. JTLEAN Ralph O (IVinxmit tint at. AS MINIMUM IN we* g*.e. .>rn .lesbsi te ... '

: W J. Kroaae when celled. her home In North Haven Conn I.Has* Awhihi'. ettlM* from UMiI 'iII
aVKGROUPSTOBEAUTTFYTHIS on spoke In favor of beautifying >tf>. men ftdka.It I and 1 to lob t nail t of Fittfar
July II. according to oorri received
the center parkway ef N W. you tear TOUT pantt an I 10 A.M. TUESDAY heie last wk She and REZONED AREAS addition
First Mil an U e cUy council TOM ie MMen may cw
R DaD tMlHlii. whlh. wNtNl t. eftMr w Mr DaaaMSMt were formarijr rwUdtatts have ttw .dvsWts Bt of eoM ......
"HECK yajiateered se prevMet FttMMl. aervkes tar Isaac PHI ef Florida City for morethan An onlmMHM reaonina: part. of
} OF A .
LOOKING PUCE"v tncial bathe ittHMIs
-t 4M ttty
truck and driver M MAp .tobeMntftoaOon KM*
twenty .
tjNWtjttiy or tat ewotfcerpair SMI MottMV Its ..*tt>eer RedlandMttrlet i yearn.Funoral Miller Howard end WtlktMg* jndeTMt Mgl'MtsMf ..
wurk one tUy ewmPwwli of" paatt . btesut* you ratkkMt whodlwl at lit, serx-losa were .held July, subdivision far .business. m wtilas : new. K .
.-- W *
'. montII. ....., ..... OM IMM* WMvfty. WW CMMhldMlHsmaetaait II It in the North Haven Congratstlcsial residential EOHetmAasn andHling iMsetasd Of
made from froten mango Chun with which MmMond minimum valuation .I...... ... el |*rthows
(Oentlnued! from' Tage One) As for the sympathy. wben Methodist Oturch at a pfIT ...._ altaaetlK 1M . .. .
ef the .
district it the nark- and guava pulp wat served 'by the .
10 a. M. .Tuesday bJ. the Rev 'h been affiliated for .ww on buildings to be ereeteg
nllfirt Key wsters. M their way te way of royal palms In'FloridaCtty host group after tht program.In the aicMsnt occurred, the Ml- Jamat K. Jenkins. pastor of MMn ": ::1 therein was iflvan Ita first mttaeond .* the ., ......

fKevWest*, "We dxi That It one thing vWtori short business _tint that ::: :::this from I II r h, and the Rev John IIWkHt Swrvtvltif .:arei .her. husfcandthree ;I read'run by the Hatste4eitv OeMM I O :- :::
resyonet I
turned W bettemed
natural always remember" ever to
preceded the ptogiain members pastor ef the Hrst Baptist ...... aalph M OesswwdaasMant council M "1 O W 1ft', tar wnnm the victim '
,scenery our development,,!* based Observance of an Arbor Day voted In favor of holding two I bww "U I diurcti ef Homestead. Musle/ waiprovided cesMtr *t the New The ord'nanca' ... eonl*)** :. toe: puper'

"bn: agriculture jiot recreation. for the feeding and trimming of night meetings a month. If there walk hid. ,wolttng It went: *.you*.." by tht Urthodlsl choir, Hsveo B nk. Or WeMa F tmond **- conlni prot'Islam tar' Clvte Center u..o.. motion 1 Uy .
jOur chief highway parallel thtreHroad trees was recommended. by OrLincoln. ; It tall for M afternoon meeting carefully Only flower from riose relative of tfo.._. Osnn. and subdivision! under developmentby iU N".b1te.1b' 't" te4

.'''located e line of travel poorly Another of hit recommwdations said the president circle will be Ai,;for* from new pants Miami, when asking letter for : w re received, einre H hd the Rev Ovialt K. Dossannd. pastor 1. W English In the triangle to glv oC'ftcIati) .
to of
show off three
agricultural was that the garden' organised. Councilman U U Mood been the request of Mr; McLean of Plymouth .ait of Krome eve. south of EliMhL enmmQtM negroea who
attractions.. club give prises for th.e moat appealing .1 Office furniture bat been movedto tame. Ma unfeelinf a vtct'm: of cancer that after hit Church Columbus, a, and northwest of the F. E. are asabtbif DM city nd tMnty"
coldly to I in
:: "If such a thing Yom possible entrances and natural aetUngi the garde club center In Red- brethren tuggested"that someone be death his friends donate to thecanrer and a alsior. Mra. SUirtevant railroad tracks, M Wlows: c.t csUMIshlni. negro b sbaUdiamond.

Jl wish/ we could place at Perr'ne' far homes. II land Fruit and Spice Park where appointed to find the n.U and fund any money whldi of Tfe) t Palm eaetI. Block I and 1. residential only, .

jone of the Immense orchn from That the Rfdland District does meetings will toon be held the pound II In level wNh the they rnlrht: want to spend on flowers Btoaka *, ., t, 7 and .. residence j
Richmond Field to fONt attention stated.The. and 11111"' _. and Block I, 10
appeal to visitors Is proved by the bench." And then they changed far hit funeral. This requrttwas and
>on the district Sips could say: unusual number of letters the I club wlU have a picnic: the aubject announced In the Homestead DEATH TAKESMRS. 111. Industrial. Tractt A, B and C:,
t'Te the left to tee vegetable. pro- Chamber. of Commerce receives supper In Mttbeson Hammock: onAug rhufthes and the msny friends ef served by owners are act! Brooks .Inc.

Auction'' and To tht right to enter from those ,.ho have visited' It 16 and fter tht cPbrd I the''family compiled with lilt I toned I
fthe fruit production section. Even said M. I Baker, chamber manager ) visit FalrchIM I fair to the consumer because tht washes.Act'vt, PETZOLDMrs. With Its third resting before ,
'If It were not the vegetable sea'son Mrs. Calkins, program chairman, power It allowed/ to teat the fruit 'pall betters CharlwMarUn the city oounoll.Mond., "'ahtthe
announced.Mrs. under \ of I.BOO poundsThe .
visitor would be Impressed, pressure
Jr. tart Cordon. Jr. Bob antl-emokt ordinance for
by tht magnificent she of tht I "The greatest drawback In I Collie Flymt and Ferd housewife who buys the fruit . Moris Petrold of FlorMs
tomeatead became law
,weeds: I Homestead beautlficatlon has been Hitter won rare plants\ given/ at In Ole market naturally hasnt thtequlp"nt Hall, Theodore Orfanedet. Thom- .City, seed 11.( died at t o'clockWednesday a ....nteC\ I
"One thing wt titvt Is | marSelous I the lack of city: funds," he said .1 door prize for breaking down the ai Dolar end J. W RouUm, afternoon In the Dade DulMIng permlti \ Included Oldest CompleteEquipped !/
Honorary pallbearers : an 11,090 residence for
'A united community effort will Seven new members added 'Julct cells to luch an extent and wereU County HiMp'lsl at Kendall. I
were '
sky with cloud effects .
itnct Smith L. A Young. WTslbotl : Mr. and Mrs Howard Ik'ateWI GroveCircttVera
be necessary for this "Improvementwork. to the club It ahe flnda the Florida lime Insufficiently Mra PttMld has no surviving : .
'rivaled .
and .
: an abundance of un'l 0. W E. Koon, Andy :1 xrtt SO and SQ.I) of Block II of,
I II she not buy relative, except ton uho lives
:Ws ilso have sunlight and Juicy may a rill... .
Terbura. Frank Mcllwaln William I ilo Uemn' tsoo: short forT
"A new hUhttiy from Bird! rd, U II'1\ ..ln, U kUy vihba Die: in Au.Uis.Th I .
eg > <
rro Uke
advantage! cf all this I ,
l wt Rnburn anil .
to Krome would take Interested U. S. ECONOMIST Mussetwhlte Charles Co*. Q ; a 'pormU lo, '
need 'Wlds roads."Ouf I can buy California tamoni which A, Traynor Charles Robinson. I will be no fulltlrallll'Vll'f.; Charles Mann of Florida 'Ope: to . . ,' '
visitors I. :
through pleasing <-
weysMe yarks need color, (Continued from Page One have been rendered "Juicy by the I I but crematlwi .will Ukt place at .
) 3 1 Peters and tdw, Vlhlett. Burls! ,( : ., t
,This flower could, plantings."Owr be given. by croton and I Uon"The cleaning up of one section lion about the \lime growing busi! 10 before dayi shipment"of curing they are given took place In Palm Cemetery. l Turner Woodlav-a: Funeral Park Home Cemetery announced, the "on a definite report r'McfCeeVenndflon '". .. .. ''.'I

I of Krome eve. might be t good ness.Tht Mr Qhsndlrr aayt that problem Nnfanja.\ tinder direction of the I today. A Miami friend of Mrs.PeUold '. | p. q. .IIQX "< ,*
municipal park In Home- I beginning' In a baautlflcatlon conference* were held In Fke thll, which when solved' Turner Funeral Home.Ur Enist IWtte assisted in Mr aMJ'OI/ manager of !tht
.|stead possesaet many attractions I protect/ The cleaning up of our the office of Luther- ,- Chandler in. would ben t,1 the (rower because McLean la survived by: >U the arrangements.COUNCIL. municipal swimming I I pool I. OfficerSullivan Jfheat .a. ,,
-but Its -pavtllan luffers because I vacant lots would help.. Could. wTiert the tacenily ortanlied the consumer would be satisfied/ wile, Mrs Janie McLean; a son. It the cur's barking1 I ROMUTEAIV. rtA.. (T
of the lack' of*toilet rooms faclli- I The throwing of trash In the Research' committee.. and an being studied by the research John PHttnan Mctean; a daughUr, miter rniliilonanc'officer, > . .' '\'
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c'.'del thst could be shared with the 'county hammock on Bauer dr. waa five ubommtteel( of Bedland committees.Or Mrs, Henry Cvant of Ooulds! and, DEFERS -

!t.Urk.* .and. toniUs courts."Among condemned by Dr Oee J). Ruehle, district growers, have .held their, Tlmmons was no stranger I tVoD irsndchlldren. tens Francestvsfti .

.:' Items along U 8.1 that head of Subtropical Experiment/ 1 I meetings. when he arrived In Oouldi fir his and'Henry Michael (vans.When (.Continued from Page One)
could 'be Improved art. the plnekedged Station. This dumping, said Mra.Heinleln . The Thursday night orocram conferences u he had made trips Mr .McUso cime to used by Die light >plant> has duublrd Support the

: spool by the Honrvertesd president could be was devoted to tht problems of her when the O P A. had made Florida over, 40 years ago h,catsge4 and the coat of mMcrUU I
i light plant, which could be a 'stopped by tht park department' the- packing Jwuae, committee.. him agriculture adviser .lo Chester In 'fsrrotng in the Indian which was only UI.ld 4} for 111\\

beauty" spot, tut light plant and she promised to notify those Early Friday morning Dr Tlmmons , Bowl, Rlvtr section wito T V Moore of of 19tT hss this year already Rat Control I IProtr'.m
.grounds Vhere tomeont I If now In authority. conferred with the production Miami Later he was a partner of rched 1)2.5M
raising'eabbag*, and the scrsggly HCertaln native trees are both committee which Is studying Mr Moore In tht growing of to- expense, lie said, wit till.US in
bungry-looklng treat and olean-',hardy and beautiful and would problems/ of fruit production from" TEEN-AGERS; mltott at 'Gouldi and purchased tlU 1 and during the Un monthiof II

oh Ntrth Flagler sve. The do well at parkway plantings,"' tb' time| the seed It pat In thtground Mr Moor 'a 'fnterert' in 191$. Inilia the prcnent ,ee". It has r*>rhed" : ;
.. Era covrt to the north It pleas- ssld Pr Ruehle who also favored .until the' fruit Is picked. (Continued/ from Page One) he msrri-d Miss Janlt Throw. n39Ul. Tht tolul 1 npendilire* ; .,
Indeed..and tht city air field concentrated effort on one Street 1 The 10 e'clock conference Friday netting ready for eompetltloa/ : with tr ol h't' tmtive town, M'XIon..N. amount to $,30 and! tlwllfht :i

I Ik. Interesting. Mr Heinleln ststed. thst water morning was given over to players from other pit/ground C. drtd they, made their home In plants outstanding. unpaid : : .
";in f enfcral, we need more color I hss been piped to the Chamber the' roles and .regulations committee , In the hear future Goulds until Uiay moved toJUme- bllli anount '0 ,tUIUS, .
(era apd, ;more paint .:of Commerce grounds and thasome1 which Is studying problems \ Coach Worleyt ea boy* at the) stead In IKS. In tl2t they opened : "

'!The j>!utttsndln( featurt beaOttflcaUon: .there ,wilt beCooperate ; dealing'.with. lime Inspection: Homestead school' grounds. closedthe'r theHomertesd Flortl and Oitt "e' :
j for msturlty. tournament tast week with Shoppe, ART MrKKK;
I and the following winners for thr
The domestic foreign compttltlon (Continued from Page One I ,
I II enters: man basketball Jack '
committee put. Its psoblemt Ifk a* EtUblUhed\ Fsct ,
in the Pope and Bill llornf, checkers: lontly delirious, of
'i before Dr. T nmon* at, tht
I Buddy Harris, horseshoes" Jew A telephone polt never strikes Mayor T, E. Klrby Aid yrsler*
1'o'clock .meeting and on Friday Kerly. Junior winners were: twmm '- night the sales, distribution and
: basketball Jlmmlt Thompson fenae..-Wsll BJreet Journal police itstlon battle would wait'
Rat Control advertising. committees benefited and Fred Suber, checkers, --- _-.-- _uo. _..._- -- ---- ---_ .. _----- .
from Dr; Thomas'. knowledge ..ssn Sam Slncoit, and hirseshoet, Rsy
sgrtcultuh) economist. I mond Plerca,
t i Dr. Tlmmons not only sal with '
Mlitget I two-man btukctbslIrmers
these committees In discussions' .' were Chariot 01'01IIn anf i
: but also arrangedquestionnslres
Program Herbert M.Klnnetrrbert)! / MoKlnney
for them and showed methods of
was winner also In check
procedure 'In and
finding' handling. en owl in honenhoe ttnglva. 'Inhorieahoo

.. r ,." . Information.Mr doubles the midget winners
commenting on
were Charles Drown and
the plans of the research committees ' Lawrence Westbury

aald that arrsngementt hsve Two midget soft ball teams an*
Co. been madt with the Florida
Hector Supply Citrus two mldaet banfeall teams wett
Commission asles
: promotion mnthroughout I formed. Eddie Carter was .captain
the to check the
Homestead Fl*. porth. for a team of each, ai was CharierBrown.
reaction 01 trade to.see hoW the .
Eddle'f teams won thretol
RedUnd District limes.
art being four
received.Under. the games these boys
the present Itw,* said _- -

Mr Chandler vtht grower: Is, permitted Whe's rempllmentedT'No
U ship his fruit If It I can't marry you," Aid
passes test which: shows that the snnarl )'ounilld, to her suitor

Immediate Delivery 40% of the Uiht .Is juice; eon- "'but III. always admire your goodtaste'
tent Well. thl< lest, Isnt always -Wall Street Journal I

Wheti k need at I

oni Rock
Sand Fill
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Westinghouse7Cu.Ft i I or Mason's Sand btJI ,lWI1 '

:"'1 OI.T ou* ruccs nUT !

Dellrery. Mywhere. la fedland District and ,

Upper Florida Keys
How the New Hudson, America's, enUrinf. TUls males spaae. bclmea, )

9 Cu. FL E. F. GORDON & SON most streamlined car with the low Jnune! niniiliers, kit'h U MMaUy, wasted, _J'd

N. W. 41k Si, Hssaeetssd Phone T7X-I lllhovetta, brings you roominess avaiUUc lot tut buiJs tks ear, _, !ftt

and comfort never befent ebl 0,1n.
9 Cu. Ft with Freezer obi* In on "automobile.YouVtecen wits the nrw.luwrrhip,andbyste. .1'1"| | )... .... __y_....___............
:", i m Into lIt d.... .hkJi .U oiJ/ fire ": ... ...
then JU-Wog ly'In sH thrlrstartling : =
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leet Irum grouwl to '
color-lime trim top you get mart '......... ._ .
gorjrous "
WOODY Hulldcr'8 \ ktt than U otber _.. .. .. __
.. The Friend New Hudsons. with the low,strasmJiaetlaUhouetto. produced toot car built Uxla aay,t tAa4 aiue- -__..". .... .

But have JOIt..n etamlned one of .kew ae.t.seeMiif. tnmt' JluJaofl's 'TU New Hudson eve rerialms the wtMtd > .
m these amacinc rarsT They tft tU bifem space by pfwWmg gorrgemuly i
Immediate Delherjr Also : aJ1J. to the automoUlt world louaytM l>y *W1 boustngs SM| \Motr;; <:IUi( tajkieed,rwwrd cmnpu1nnTilSber ,:":
frnjrn.TUs U aoromiJulMd by pbciiglew 'Intrrkw door handles, viwku*
...J"t ..dt..,.>we y.kaewii lor graat fonrardatrus aratt ahtao l of tht rear ..hnb, cranks, a k ranelvers, ami generous arm
onWESTINGHOUSE I \.-U'" ), la UM develniaient| of the auto- a cone anrwttrxiej ly wheel' hmiunn.As .reU. an pUreJ out of the' way tt HoW\ .
\\'\ 0, BwUle tad fur ttfant DM f etetiv*' t result,rear seaU are U bchea viilrfm bwreejed: elbow room fur ............ I
Mwrr, U agaii Sray out alied wilk a Uila car that U only little nor Due \.

I ISERVEL Motor oar that bits. t new blgk In rj/cMAlM lour Indira wliler overall. Ilutli resr ami .""" ....... '" Itud... t'h...... .
RANGES "" e// .,.r.>4bat makes. a ftftttr ftrtrnttft front srU ntrnd Hit fuD irUlk of tkt" all st...l MonolMh body-art.1.Crams*witkks
MAKt THOSE ul it* total If** rtswfljr efaUUs body, giving/ lludion Ikt roarnmt seats "eteiMiuw** .ana reviM yeai.. ofe

NECESSARY HOUSEREPAIRS /or ,rear tM opmart.Wk U a ny AmcricaiMnarit tart .Ilitdma'l.tut . glrMwiB' | work, Uit perfeeli i of newptnlucUoa t
of the"ttrp/ knra", tons and. vnkjutaeaUng lerinlquet! and MlUioM ofeVJUrs
i ULa .cUt" knevyouV flndtkst
REFRICERA10RS : NOWlI lluikoa, thmagh the tut of ft new, amuignneiiti:: : Uliutnled 'ktlx U WrWy! sperwKscd nrwjJaJithve ,
GAS I ... escluHve "strpnlosm* sum,recUuas toienh skelcbet that ; "'-meat. 5 fcU .M, .U wky lledMS,.
; tuunOy wsried tfiact\ tbat tblttrtxatlfiMjlir I and I I tal/mi,/ alooa, oficrt tUs ImporUatbdvanct

effictmt or Swrevirful todaytdown. '

luletW ronm thsa you've ever /0))' '
ROPE GAS RANGES before nperlcflotd/ i> M aulomoUle, "S1I'f1I.l11f It sfhfiportaM te
tao bMUty, riding quslilir* andaafety ,
I TMs oew kM. of rotor car Kss a sturdy > s wrO as mnmUHM tnt anofartthat ;
Inundaisia s -... ... Ita -.-.; ...- -
tusaimt eompaiUnnit, "fcich MrmitoUs :::r booUl't7VU": .Ilhoet..wti o-l..n"
tour to U remwj dow wilklbi the .:== ","--ull". tLl.dalp JIInci..... . )

f FOR THE BEST IN BUILDING MflTERlflLS: .Use frame so tkal jro strp eW. ..bea .::::n.==;;-..::::-- HoU** Cat Cwnpaay*tilfc mtvt, I>ttn4*(*It tmt"ffis ;

Gas-Oil Products a**' HOOKtt lUMIEft CO.



Of Florida IL B. Das Paints I) 7rrej& JhQ

TIC COOK. ........... Mgr, I

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h" t>MHlMtor ef .
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PICNIC SUPPER AT SfitflNGSKN HOME j .n ,.1\1..1,\i tlw guests I h. I
II I" """III' Hi.'in Yellow.qe Park

I F R R at /Eveuls in South Dade . . Pwaaaad. of' t the EvergladejNatkewl ley and her two emu Mr. and I at the--HomHmi- pfcygauuwl -

Park living. In rent are' sf5. Ed StephMle aM .... and dance for tMnt M In
\ met with their families at the Oerard Doetlv who hai recently the school: m innatlum tonight. will
name rf IN parts chief reafe*, arrived from the yeHoweton be provided ky *> % $ tler
1M ....../.... and Mrs.. Sere- IfatMei I Park etuKJers "

1 J -_%.tNw.a- -IN- HONOR OP DEPARTMENT HEAD Mr. J. C. V..... Homeetead f. OF LOCAL KHItHKAIIAS BY MRS. NORUSi .needay.. oUht.Preeent were. : Mr. and Mn,, !

member of toe V. r W. who he Daniel Beard and fared,, Mr. and' ITTH-
The Homestead'' sad Petrln* work. Other en the program were the boner of being" a still vteepreeUent Mss Ruby PMer wee leetMied right supporter, of the noble grand; Mr. Howard Smith and family GPffi
AuxttUriM of the American Legion Mr*. Edna Tyre, president of the In organliatkm, represented noble grand of Liberty ftetoeftah Mr. .Louiee Murton. Un aupporterof Mr. and Mr*. V. Rawley, Mn and ,
Lama* unit. Mrs Trent, dlctrlctbrefifent. aouU Dade County (I the noble grand; Mr dlM- .
eombtawl In giving a dinner Lodge No. 46 Monday night by Mr' I.C. Jones' Mr W. M. BradIr. -
and Mr. William J. the Itth district meeting of poat Mrs Bertha Norrta, district pail beth Henn, Inald guardian: loin JACK POT
.I the Monkey "Jungle' rettaurant Q. oftlm .. vice-president\ of the and auxlllwle .In Miami Sunday. president, and her staff from Alma Curday, outside guardian;
Wednesday night In honor of the Homestead unit. ,A* memberehlp' chairman for,the Carat rtebekah Lodge No. IS ef Mrs Juinlta Andemn, right sup ................................ / Oar bayer was ..the Jab wise
conssT tY
department president of the Florida Mrs Tin and Mr*. Oeronlmo state* Mm. Venn appeared on the Coconut Grove Aim MM*lied porter of \the vice-grand; and MrsEdna t LeonardV.IIa8kn! .1 I a "M *f NATIONALLY FAMOUS
\ Aulllary.Mrs. were presented with corsage by program to make her report were: Mn. Lucille Lee, vice- Anderson, left supporter ef : .COST! NO MOPE-Orrff! aiiu>RrN-s: ply SHOES wet
.American A, 1. McDonald UgHm, and Ow dla.trlet their unlU, and the two vtolUng The Arrent-SmRh Port auxiliary grand; Mr Core Lee Beam, pait the vice-grand. : owls W SSsdad.r aS S A MONfr $AC3 Wswp gILLS effrre* at a. gnat .."..... Ira Mlire
president t, Mr*. J. C. Trent. guest were presented with nor will meet at 9 o'clock neitFriday Ii noble) grand; Mrs Ett* Zimmerman 'The lodge pretested Mr*. Beset. I GLASSES I : SIIDtt1.l0UNDAONS after them le yet at tieeammeri
of wild orchid. I night\ warden, Mrs lledwlg Qann, and biggest bargatavPlay .
About twenty women were pro cage with a part noble grand a pin ULI K. E. Id St., Miami &1 MJ e Agae M. Barlow
mt to welcome the visitor Their I conductor, Mr*. Zedna Link, chap- presented gift to the Installing. c'- AIt asso..d Sex 174 rhene 171-J
lift to Uidr department t president W. S. C S. CIRCLES JOIN IN PROGRAMON lain: Mr Gertrude Capllnger, "* Mrs Deem a* retiring noble : PHONE 5 for r w 4>tt *Mh act Hem*I Il.llllllllllll
I wit a luncheon dbtb!, end their I muilrian; Mrs Blanche Chapman, grand presented her officer with , ShoesFormerly
girt to (the district( president! was CIIINA IN SOCIAL HALL OF CHURCH gift Mr Zimmerman on behalfof
.f hand embroidered pll- Mrs Gotdle McCready. gave '
Jew a pair Alpo.Mrs Chin WM the subject of a pro man of Charleston W. V*. 1 i special l gift* to the sew noble I""" ", """ "" ",,,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ''''''IlllllllllllillllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIPH '''''' ' ''' dO QC
McDonald live I brief but gram which Mrs, H L. Brandon-! Announcement wa mode of an.I. MEAT riCOT Inn \ the new vice-grand and the I :)
roinplrle !link Ml every phew.. salt berg directed' at I Joint meetingof all-day meeting Aug 1 In the 1, pact noble grand. sr: the American lx>Rlnn Auxiliary I' W. 8. c. 8. Circlet One and social hall Mn Brandenberg will Short talk were made by MrsMarcia ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK f fRedland
"I t Two of Homeitead Methodist present a study of Dr. Lamott'i and Mr Barbara Hendrey, Size I%-I
KCDLAND CtfB Church In the social hall of the book, "Committed Unto Us" at 10 I warden of the Rebekah Assembly Road between Avocado! and Blscsrn* Drive I'.
I' MEET TOM church" Tuesday evening Mr*. a. m. After a covered dish luncheon of FlorIda ,
George Ranaon bad charge of the a business meeting! \ will be 'The hall and banquet tablet IR.qPtHf
When the Dedland !Home Drtn decorated with flower and "' .
i devotional I held. were "* T 'Pianoforte..and .Theory /
: one ration Club: meet In the Lion The eervloe report allowed the ui'RIHCEYON fern At the concluilon'\ of the ., ,
Den this afternoon a 4.11 program CLUB WILL Installation, refreshment were
\ for tne sick
following attention :
will be given under the directionof MEET KCXT\ IN SEPTEMBER! served by Mrs Chapman Mrs Violin Xylophone Piano-Acoordlon
I 10 bouquet, II vlilU, It cards and I
Mra H. Holm. Mrs Roy W. Henn and Mrs Sullivan.
Ilarkneu, vlce-presjdent, hap art. even Trays Copper tooling occupied member i a. KROM al a ST.
J' bounced. the hostesses for toda)'* After the program the clrclei of Princeton HomeDemon1 Opposite A P
meeting" will be Mr*. W. W. divided Into( group for business itratlon. Club Tuesday at their, READ THE WANT-ADS JIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIItt' 'IIIIIIhiltIIlIIIIlllllllllrlllltlla11111111111.11IIillllll' '' ','''' '' '' '' '' "'''' ''''" "''' '''"''''IIIIIIIIIIII'' HOMESTEAD: FLA.
Fenlrcfi of Redland and Mr. meetings and later Mr*. A S. all-dy meeting. In Princeton I ... -
1 '
Woye, Mr O. L, Ehowalter and Melhudist'CTurch.Present ----
Herbert Jackson: of Could Thepresident :
were: Mr*. Paul Ry,,
Mn. J. A. McNelU served! re-
j, Mrs J. A. Rotherham, .
'reihment' Mrs Dem Thompaon Mrs AlbertiWat.on. ) x
V 111 preside Mrs D. A. Mullln. Mrs _. ..
tart month' meeting, Other present were: Mrs H. .
program -i ..
Beth MulUni: Mn. J. Oautler, ., ttta cut et
( Q. Wkat I II the MB
I held June 24, featured piano number L, Brown, Mrs J. L Dullard
Mrs Roy E. Wittenwylcr, Mlu Sleet
by Mr, Walter Caby and J C.: Jenkins. Mr. W. V. Mr"l,' The erow-cut beef thank ,
I Ml ybell* Home Mrs Lynn Louni-I A. ** are
\ vocal solo Mrs David William, Mr Anna -
Charles Hetger and a '
does this ret eome tress,
bury and Mrs C. A. Bryant. q. '
I Mr. Claude Chlpley Mri.IUlh Carter Mn. E. E. King, Mrs UenUActfT
by Cad has U H -
There will be no Autfuat! meetingbfthlai ( :
; | Klngman dliplayed wine Harry Pierce Mr*. J. F Fatter,I .. A. This cut I It Uken from the for
painting by Miss Margaret Dab, Mrs D. M. Ilagnbosm.Mrs. Ed 1., group'but 1 'buslneu meetIng shank of bMf. U contain oooald- '1 / ; .j
,will'b' held In' the 'Natarlne amble eonnctlve tissue vtirlng
an art student at Stetson Unlerslty. Capllnger, Mrs Zola McEwen, and \
j and the round
amount of leg
Church the
of Princeton on tint _
\' Mcs Herbert M. Poole two **., Mr Emma Curry of bone.
t {
I hid charge of the program. Key Weal$ and Mrs Ruby Chap I Tuevday In September.- I Q. Hew*he.U this. .IIt be prepared j
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:A. Oroee-out bed thank are always C"OM"
MARTHA ANNE! GORDAYCEURRATEN cooked In the preeenoe ot moMure. t M4 ,
l : niRTIIDAY either by brabliur with a emailamount 5 ; \. L4NEV "
Martha Anne Corday celebrated of liquid or In liquid to cover
1 II A* t result they are tender and
her eleventh birthday with a party flavorful and eontldered among thefinest
QuickFreezeSpecials at her horn In McClure Manor eating 'by those who re Mc)
last Friday kfternoon.; ken Ie hearty Jar*. They art cooked : {
individual: -reaaW,, elthrr In '
at pat
Her mother Mr S. T. Corday, email wuxerolw or In stogie !large NVtif L
Jr. served the birthday cake, nuacrole and are an untnual rtria 1 t -
I M WESTERN FISH punch and candy to the following Tli lion ahanki on favorite aretuiuaur larger Soured pot-rwut, J
MEATS nueiui! Patsy Alllaon, Sallie browned t Ubletuoon* at strait ,
l Snapper Filet ... 's8Ib. Wright Margaret Sullivan Belly Tttur are lethen Booked slowly an ... 'S (
of imall amount of liquid\ Cl
I : Round .Steak .00 ih. Grouper Filet .... ,72 Ib. Harden C.rollCllCllel. Ruth Tom. until prmenoe tender or cooked In liquid M

Chuck Roast .,,, .70 Ib. Mackerel Filet ,... .62 Ib. cello Wine Wesley Dorothy Camber Wine" and Marshall Roy\! ulUng rover! In drlppuif a covered and container.J eJ' Toe awl I II A CES' )

Fleshy Stew ...... .65:\ lb. Ocean Perch ...... .48 Ib. I Oorday. thlckeMd Icier with-I la the aerve awat,a* 11HIfUc10Ul(<- / jfRT6iP 1TE( AWL I

Hamburger .,... .65 Ib. Cod Fish ............ 45 Ib.

Corned Ikef .. ... .65 Ib. Shrimp ................1.OOlb. EASY EATING FOR SUMMERiliTerUa II IIn.

Short Ribs .........: .501b. Scallops .....,.....1OOlb.: __
Brisket Stew ..:. ..601b: Green Turtle T : e. ... ''0 .

Fresh Sausage .. .60 Ib Steak .............::1.201h. 1' 1d ),., -


S Fresh Orange Juice................................ .26 pn pt.i 4 rr /

i Luscious Pineapple ..,........................... .42per|>t. I_, \. ,. PlCIMIng to buy an Electric Rang.'

1 )Dcliciouft Peaches ........................- -....... .36 per pt.i '. 1\:1.: Electric Water' A"--. ..:... a

i Illack-ere Pea .... ...........,..............'..................... .60 ",Horn*.rt*.zrf It'. good to r" !#r ", .
Creamed Corn \V rrwmbor that you can get IW / i ,,, t
I .?........... Jft .
oppllanc with''' th. tarn fine' %' ..

South Dade Qukk Freeze Plant '"'l '- y I qiwBry of matortol and .nginwr* \ .. .
\ rr1 I .1 Ing design thai hove mad Frigid-: < "

a. W. ted St and let Are, ItemeiUad HIM Ml air. Rtfrfgwratbrt A nerfca', S I rMOR" '"P' '. I .
favorite for more than a quarter., /*

i kSo '' con/Ufnct/ b. 'I' .
1101'! .. your ', )
Lrhp, IN I gutd*. Com. >.. ui flow about the. .. '.# I THAN, ANY OTHER MAKE i :'

; BUY TALCO ,, ..... ae 'sty. arpalbkeg' ....u.. M the genie, swat' ....._ t frigldctn oppllanct* :you need for '"* e.} 'J ra < j
h.w'l,."' renal In kdlvldal becks .a t.Maaas. , your kltoSem .
S.. bawl. w U..... with katt"wk.s. .f a...,..._ awe Uevsral aiStMINI1ryN.a..,
.1....tie rsrtet'I II taco the Plied will a chopped aakd sixlerw J' C I
1'IIoer'rs tee Ie Aa.esd funk-14.-
r e.erarMiadA
f FEED & SAVE -'_ '- ,. emeut 501011 r e I'J i,

[ CHAIR( ; .II" :
highest Quality-lowest Cost IL' AGY( SET.J t .,
$ 1 ":l
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add. Exdeelvely. at A f Blere : ..
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I 'I I 'You gel more of everything In rVigWotre R.frlgero\ono'\ ,

.1 (' i \ I1 Sigh from 6 eu, ft to 11V4 eu.ft. Matter models Deluxe, .:: ,;

: EGG MASH o 1 imxUh. a* ..! m the f mow Prlgldolr CoW.'WaJ\ "

I 'imperial a.frlgerofOl1lbat provide mid cold i> lot fins"" ;
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I\ W,Moke llama ......... I m ft. iti* food protection ,

25 LB. $ 1.47 :, WilN ifcewj cofiveMenl- Tfcttn'food aror.e I : try j t;

Iti BAG, a e s a.e" ... Other era from 1JJ gk ft. toUH "- 't
I 'J ) a. n.for ''!'OIl ot home freeilng I '
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SCRATCH FEED $1.47 pa Ir : ':-;-- r>lgldakr Automatic Electric '
ti A In 6 model.
4 .r Rangeeome *, t f.
.<- "" T* Did.who semi'bask' cooking\ 't

4t." ....... and aavanc.uMer t I

A&P FOOD STORE fit'' 1 "Y Mudlno ewJusVe WgUa '" 1'
;}; I 0 ladlantub( cooking vntrt end I ,

.My iis hip Ewe I+ .af'- .,' ,. -1' i
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,South. Krome Ave. Homestead
Fr1 r41t1;. Electric Wat.r\ It K'. '

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HOW YOU WILLBENEFIT'BY "1' '. ; .ot ,iii; ; hearing .........'OeCll\ hotwattr.i. l
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falwea eaIry.M =?_ Wl .w-, r PlNh4Ppt* INten'. Kwgcrec etertt" W te-rMhet

. Iwaaea It bee a "key e.tkr, yet frotem the aviate* It Fumiture-Company.
I I teed a l ne..s.ams.aa sad se 1N-OwMk/1 ,wars Here the eMbca la weed I stair back eat ikal ,
-'rI'. I too...Meal., ,l..IeN.aa a civics a tarf _
.'- ..-,.,,.. eeelio ef Ik*.... A at*** edge wiaaa the acaOape ..Ides ot seek IIhca
t ad acteaUMte the pfhted kMMm*4j ;:A ieitloa for ___ w eww..Rnmsz9.. e e

Shah .., tkia riNBAPPLE. CHAIR t l.eMiia./herak TMeael be'sbtrined MaMaeswl by d ,96 ?sI. .... A.. .' :'i .%... Diet

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I Moiaui had mad. 'to her relative niece, Itlw. Sarah VlhlewIteeent . ; I" t f I wltCAET& BLOCKA all ittetBrucVt .i
aDd frlendi In Homestead tine. m- g..aHa W Mr mt Block Co.. Naranja. ". ,
be Mirtered taJurlM In M auto- Met Mel Ward were ..... M ...*. CLAMED) ADS; Phtme IT (I2MttL09'I' WANTTO
In and GroundHomestead ....... accident a year ago and Rd Host and ton. Wee and MrMM I
aMwiagii aa. h.* not yat .bat* able M....'.tloluMiy MUITW I '
4 .bMdaa) .tar cndehM. law an-. Mr. a.. Mrs Rill Out Madbaiay U a ..*. V aM Ie .**>..., M* a .... WIftt.t-oar.e meobaat Otod:
to fee utanoi. ... Carol !have rslwseb tress I its l4enaesl. w ph.a. Mdssa. hour lap pay TII".0. -
soil r gorie d. a WIlt wah ........ /M ....... -------- ---- KINan .let I .mean. ago In violently tore. Phone 4M, HumeitmxtWt (u.n)
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Avocaeo dr Ml ItedAnd .
Mr Mid Mr*. VM.. Htmmm end Mr.. John a Made Cemetery & MaosolruraWoodtamni at aV ...... Pamtetaail. floral pee., Mlf Tanlan, male rdCWMt ,
left \llibMrtMMl Rvaaar far Haw Ad Mr. tad Mr.. Walter IS.Men and Qfll Hw., in H .W ,.. ft.cor wMt riNM am a Bn Slit .li< to buyA; pity. aw ID
.- YM* City to MO NIL Jebaes'ibrother clnnMwl. the Tat..IuiSM aid nth (aN) I (ptII) petal. oenHUMM with a good

Mr. and M.... Welter Baker asthroe Mra. J J, Chambllat of Harts who I II W thus.MeaNNNNNNN . a .hay rid Tuaedty ......*. 1 W Part HhSUMTaalA CemeterytflOS. COOUntATOM ICE BOX, goad I I0IINI1tIIII. now Phone _.w.

children' of Camden N. /, boro, Ala. and her daughter Mta, ............. Mr Md Mr. Q C and' I'tIone c-teIA ) Alto Matter. PorUac Let-l keys .. elwla, DrlagLa4reEal I.
will arrive! Saturday to I ................ ...
visit W4ndy
with Alice ChambllM. departed for ton, w. a, returned wide election of remefer/ lob ear radio. N W. 14th tt at and rarl.**, Reward, r. "" .m'D'11
(Mr*. Baker rather J. M. Bauot' their home today after a 10-day I JAMES ARCHER SMITH fNtII. ftarl with relaOVe" In I at moderate price available from ave ra '''-.. (jy 1.16140.acr.
on Rerfland rd. vfcrit with M.... ChambllM1 broth I Ier HOSMTAL NEW 5hw'ectlia. O*. Mr.*. MulllM large untold cemetery et"I'I! .,.. Rawida Radlei
.. ...,..... )f,. and Mr. MISCELLANEOUS .
-A-law and abler. Mr and 1.1*. and Community mausoleum of a.... tract with HfM4nt te.aiK Supplies
,t. Ner It received to Home**** Mr*. S. L. lAcklnaonMr 1 NaNa1 NN NNNNaNNNIMaaNA WUUajn. $ Paine and her nephew crypt and nlcr.*. ** and graft' IU500.term. .i
of the birth of a. Hint-pound tan I daughter WM born to Mr and Bobby Poole, returned home .Hhthem. mAVIS 'to order-largelecUon. .
to Mr and Mn. Sparkman hold, end Mn Landon Cam, M.... Fred Sklner July IT at Jme Three braises alto In downtown FUglvr Foloahop. 'r
(I.t Ini of Hollywood on July It. Thenew are back home thla week After Archer Smith Hospital Mr. and Mrs 'Walter Dodaon FOR RENTFor Homeetead. $
arrival named Chart*, apendlng three weekt on' Marathon Will Sara Vihlen was a turgteal and eon. Wall left Saturday
bona In. Fort Lauderdale/ .wi'j! Ky at Barothy'a Lodge Las ptiltnt night for their home .In Catre. t.nJ.. ) Warren Morris Cracked Chevrolet eyllndrr\ head ---
tal Mn Holding I hi Iti* former week-end they entertained at Mrs Clifton Barer ofltedland. after a viait. with Mr. and 0"1. rent t-room apartment alas IN s. Kreew AV. Phone IIIPO. repaired or exeiwitged, hat
MM Effle north daughter. of Mr guests Mr and Mn Edwin Ham Roy Downing of Rock Harbor and Harry Willlama. tipping room m N. W.. 4th Dot: 40& llnmeftead, Fit. rkld fat or tfietel eyliadvr .
and M..VJ F. Booth. bier of Coconut Grove and )It., Mr and Mrs. Marry Williams of Mrs Frank Shull. recent accident -I It (pf Il) block repaired. .All work !Wan 1* HwUi Dick highwaya.ath
and Mrs John Yudiiuky and their Perrine have been medical' pa- victim Differed a backaet, New ftimWhed rfttpJw ((CM) en, anteed.\ Superweld. 431 N W. N. Nla.... II*.
Mr. and Mr .tfthe and wat returned to the hotplUI River Pr. Miami 98, Phone Ills
Culndon have children lent*. I 1 new half-big cement mlxertTh. I act* (trove; .eaihedr trillngi;I'
ptnthtwd the former Waggoner ...... .. J last week 147 TowerOow (rnj U) plan kitchen ".100 down and __' (1)130)) '" I'' I : : : :: !! I ::11mw
horn nn Richard rd. and will take Min A"n Home hat taken i. Mrs A S. Drawn vWUng her silo pet5menth.Highway .
//ojJ. 'C' I'll' ,wv! ar,,11' \ fflllnn '"a file clerk at the Dade daughter In Orlando : I VFW EMPLOVMTNT brnCl l
I County Hospital. Kendall While .- :Perrine Mr and Mrs L.. L Penny and WltmL-PLATK MOWFAS for grnrfry store (\III feet for members and employer
Mr. and Mra: Wlllltam. Dick there the will take up the stud;, ton. Marvin have gone to St rent Qlode Grove Supply on 0 f Nn I) with modern Sorvlco free Ovid sum,.,". employment : nOOF!; 'ANil's
.Innon have moved Into the new of X-ray workMr a r MRS. jr. n. IIAIZUP Petersburg! and other polnti of Interest Co. Homeittad, Phone 801. mitt) 1-bedroom Ulert both run. officer, N Krone and e" ROOF REPAIRS sea
concrete block stucco cottage whichfthejr .-- '" on the/ Florida west coaatMi . NTSIIED horn. Can bt had for SIn-'It Phone 01 MXft
erected on N. W. 13th rtreet and Mrs J R. Byrum en'* and Mrs Carl Fletcher of For rnf: Store building located atinteraction ftD, OOi; lenient. termtl awl ruuuua ttiovw ewaglast
(between Krome ave.>end.Fiftt( atMr tertalned at _It-l'llel gueat4helraoainlaw ....... fAj ....1.-. .. ,, Mlatntuare recent dinner') gueitJ of Flagltr and \ DO commercial art work. UM ana IIMWU ruui* auktMMu.uuarwiUMa .
and daughter Mr. and Milt Sarah Vihlen daughter of of Mr*. Lowly Knight Sr. Krome avenue Set Mr M P, See led furnlthed 3-brdroom l Fltfler rotoihop ()S1U) wurtunaiuaiip DJT Licensed -
*. Grace McLellan Smith hat Mra.. John Hatch and little Susan, Mr Nan Vihlen underwent an Mrs Brneit Durrance and ton Walker owner Ph.! Bl. mlltf), home oo 4 downtown lots .((100 and touted rooters,
been 111 since last Friday *t the who drove dot n from ClewlttDn appendectomy at James Archer: of Palm Reach are vltltlng Mr i2M) for only MBM). Hat elre. FltKE EST1MA1T .._
home of her daughter, Mrs Joel for a vial! : Smith Hoepital Friday Her condition I and Mrs H M Brown. I red alove HV7 hotter and ventilating floor Sanding and flnlahlnf.
3: Roblnwn of It & W Klrt" itIf wit reported al air Sunday Mrs Oda Zachr left, PerrIne FOR) SAL: I funFurnlthed. Asphalt and rubber tile. Phone
.... Smith had been. winter% via I Mr. and Mra. Wm. IX Venn ot t Tuenday for Ettonjon' Oa? for a 117-W. (mchSUJW ) Phone 25:>>? ,_ .
jor( to Homestead for yean, Newport, R I.. have arrived In Mr. and Mri A. IT Mulllnt Mrs,' visit with relative They were 9-bedreom horn on 10 1tusaoelsAl-kt.A.
until thli winter,when hld ,Homestead for a thort vitit, with Florence Oallet and Mel Py* who I accompanied by Jlmmle HalUlp Milk goat and I: kids for *.I!*. Ph. acre for $5poo MAKE pholoetatle copies. Guaranty Itoofing Oo.DUDDEl .
t* remain In her Griffin Ga,home, :Mr. Vtnnt parentt, Mr and Mr. were vacationing In WilmingtonN ::, IOn of Mr. and Mr J. H Hilzllp I,' a81"" (}23)Johnion ) Flight. rotoahop. JSltf)
and come to Homestead for thee J, p. Vtnn They are aim vltltlng C., came home Sunday on I) who will continue! on to There are a few 100 toot burintt,
mmer. She arrived about six the younger Mri. Vannt titter, account of the illness of their town. Md, for a visit H'lert.I' KA 10-hone outboard flee left North of the Embtiay StB ALEX LANIER Cor well .
Weokt ago Mrs Joe Taylor and Mr. H. W motor. Good condition, Ml Dill Club for 2100,! (182 feet deep), drilling. Corner Krome ave ". J rt ....
nd N K. 10th tU Phone a3e.".
lleckrodt Homestead, Mr. Vann Creek 2S <
of Klyt, Snake (Pi> )
Mr. Cod Mn C A. Haynei of It In the Navy and at present it 2. 1'0011cns home with carport ) CITRUS
Jf oilitoft. TexasferriveJ!In Horn. tattooed at Newport 1937 Cadillac 60. Radio, heater, and $slowed; )porch FHA If YOV.UAVk! tnythtnff! jo sell:: AVOCAUOS'ardMANGOS
Mead by automobile yesterday to etc Good mechanical condition' finesse ii;: ,: down Bud MO per or II you need anything visit (;
visit Mr. Unynetl. mother, Mrt IX Min Emily Druid. Jointer... A Looks like new Call J '-I. (J2JCrRBERA ) month, ) foot iSt the Swap Shop. We buy mattrttwt -
ff'( Haynes Garden,, hat returned to her home IS ; \ In good eondltlnn, ttove*, Ornamental tt all kind
J after a visit with Mit Margaret WHAT RICHARD FUCIIS let boxes, ete The Swap ShOp
Mr. and Mm! damn Allen\ Eaton Gaby, her roommate at SUtson DAISIES end cut Zln- Rejlrtered Broker 8. Flagler A VI., Iloraetoid. Phone CALKINS:
arrived from Morgantown",Wf Vi.,, University Mitt Gaby entertainedher nine Mrs Fred Fuchi, Roberto John Ii. Hnle, Suleamsn 467. J14'tfl)
last Monday for a visit with Mn guest with many tlght-eeclng PHARMACIST. rd. Phone 525-W (p30)| ) Ph 441 or 750-W PO Box 583 Sunny Grove

Eaton'i mother Mrt. A. 3 Moveand1 ,, trlpt( through the county. WE SPECIALIZE In, wedding and MRSERTt '
family Upon their departure I aid II acre truta *. Issuer tad 1 neat, well-eonttrucled houses lined quality Or1raltl, Dug.r .' '
Tuesday they went to Savannah,, Mr red MrTMellrt Albury! Mr z say v [,more Drives" fer tale br J on urns lot, nicely fumlnhed,, # Fotothop. (JSltf), ML MM .l rWUa. CUT
where they plan to remain teveralmonths. and Mr*. J. a Finder and MnLucille M. Baarr, Rrdlanl rd. between electric kitchen heater, flrrpUr" rllOIllE MI-W
Cribb of Tavernter" visited Barr and Epmor Drive It. 1.i Good rvntit property, 2 blocks WE DO reliable watch repairing
rlenda in llomeatead and RedlandPhunday Boll MS. (pall) from school 8 blka. from town.N. Woods Jewelry McCrory Arade -
Miss Rub, Chapman of Chlrlei- 4c W. 'lth'". and Boborti rd I" (tntf)
tone; W. Va, who arrived two :BUDDED AVOCADOS! ind POT- See owner on premixes or your
weeks ago to visit her sister, Mn Mr. and Mra. Charles Q Martin Tb function of the pharmacist il diitioct rJr lan tames Bert VihUn. Rt L'flax broker (a2Stf) Purina Weed Killer

H. Ipsrbar of V Avocado drive; entertained at their hone over cod let apart from that ol the physician. Atpharmacta I 430 Epmore Drive between> 1-brdroom home. Heatonable I. 0
wut through the month the week-end their niece' Mia Krome and Robert, Phone 214-Tt I
of Aflgutt.Mr Loll Morgan of Pahoket, Mitt *, we are trained cod ikilled to tbe (12-23)) ) down payment, $30 month, eel I Try Ui When You Need WITH ),
N, W. Tth it. (pall)
Pew Moberg of Pahokee, Miss
artofcompoitodlagaixldiipeailniinedidDaiW (
Murphy Bennett of Lum- Helen Hook of Canal Point and SPECIAL SAUl I A Haircut or 214.DOR
bcifon; N. C, who arrived in Miai Ann OConnell of Miami *are riot qualified to dugncie your ifs por x 2 A tract, I-brdroom bouts facIng ..-N" -. f.. :
Howl ad to be with her Ristar. Thil was the fine visit which Mist medicitloo. Waste Florid cherriet$ to 14 In. 4 R: on good permanent raid. Share .1'
to prescribe the proper to lob can .__ ,__f .80
Large bcdroomt $7lOO.!
Mrll. Kftcttw..! after Mr MeL result from experimenting with 'UG plumbago.( __.. _',JL. .100llflO II "flairut! _. i ..,.... tt bl ,. '
K'l death last Sunday will, I sod tufferlog commonly .".".... ." -. ..t(. I, trotont _. _ 7' R.JW Share .._ ..-t...-..j... See t ray'AwNlf
...."tel remain(. in Homestead anotherW varlou* forma f ttlf:loeJlcatloor I Crepe? myrtle _.......:::_:=+, \ 00Thunberglt PhillipsTypewriter 8htmpM (ModicuM) .,. IN ='t.uSXlli. ;...!.

__ I Dr. F. P. Archtr, Jr. Go to your physician! trrt. After careful cMmlottioa :Red bougilnvlllta: erects == H.JOOxortt .:.80 Co. Facial lick _.._'_.._..... 'It haled' -al.+wes'DtHla$ ism"

} D. ',Horna it living In the!' heW tell you whether fit not medicine will b lp. U be " __, _..__. _' 25 M...,. (plato) .._._,_ lie inset lawn ..aesssOR ,

erta Cleland rd while La.wrem the Lawrence home on Rob-family ., Optometrist give you a prescription, bring it to u* for expert como All erdf nannleed n for 111 free er more.f plantedand rharge.Doll Repair orrllMMI1I.H and Rale AU CembbulUn Facial760 SARM' $ ,

:' ,It away on vacatkm. I w MOWKY ST. pouodlog You will find our facilities and cornice td.. Nursery, Ntranja) east of New Hand and Flertrle Tank _'_,'_' tlMttttaehe UMinprt-, 0' "
HOMESTEADTuesday. : v Wishing W.ILASPIALT Adding Marhlnr. Trim _._ litRhtmpoe ...r"'..... t. D .
ATHLETES: FOOT GERM 1 quaM to every need. i New Portable Typewriters Near h".. $
HOW TO KILL IT, ., n.,.,.,., I rl'OmpI'IfoJr ftp end IVIIrerf lallomettead (ruin) lilt rew. AI.. 1ft mpe.nte.lltnq -
IN ONI HOUR I Balvrdayt
IT NOT PLEASED. rrair Ik .tack Ait and PLASTIC WALL TILt Are I ie a nail .
Mir .......101 for ikM. gTRONO rwwIrU. PHONE 641Call Glades Prescription ShopHOWARD Installed F1IA term If dctlred Phony 4II, Ceral Gable a.ts|lelda*..dlreeleI." Let'
Tv.In..M: wllk RwkM. M. pwrmt tot kllta..leoli sods l. MPEMETRATKM For mate'call 5I8-W or 143-R, or rill Boy Hayaot, llameatead Busirs tUaeua tout wed p....-- '

. (rnu futor" T.h* il .. JOHNSON Th. 0. or write Box lets (J2JU "I
;, DIXIE DRUG ' Barber Shop Glade and Grove
12 North Krome Ave. Phone &i 'iliL.4'iI.1i _"- A
on. city: tun Supply .

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rrlneeten rhene. 1M sad HIBACKACHE

/OR w Benson Electric Repairing Body. Acetylene and Fender Welding Work Painting S.LKcmlrickJUSTICE' :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:

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KILL rrlocelea Florida S.W. and it "BI..II Wed ef Quirk Freete. These leg I. or TUX

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)Y', WITH Leon Chambliss, Owner Mrla Crrtlfbitr cad ather.dim. vs c' Iey(MU.( p auhis ease
!4't SPRAYFOR ForService assay ackJMWIacged u4 ,.... .weer .rIM ....-.. r+aela.****.
and SI. uwr. Iwr1,1. IN ssita l M*"*ale
PURINA FLY ) Car, Boath Kseme Are. 4th .s-st ,eMe wtalasaiaa-wweaxl a lsadua54eIdwbMefCMa
orRepairs .. .QaiNSe.. .as
THE Autolite Batteries OM r..... JSJI& I -....-.a San.Ilea waan..a ilia
Conform 5% Goodyear Tires rw. anwiM. lie Cress Mi.>
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., Accessories and Small Auto Parts (

; o.tctc'EIl1 HOI" Expert Lubrication

' .t. tioMxvrllathes; : et Cleetrh' ........., BUvea .. [QME GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY

/ !0.101 and A.r Other Elec4rl I I ,

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ADplUaioa! i41our
Roofirrc of AU Types
and Grove f Cremation Solar Water Heaters 4

Supply Co. Phone 442 Job PrintingLegal Phone 270 Homestead, Fla. Sheet Metal Work '

; Air Conditioning'Fan .
lame teed . none SMrhenca ,j
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,:: rriaeetoa ;; in aid 171 Blanks} Ventilation\' .

\<.. :HOWfrMMHARRY r : : : AV.WAVK1HOMT Field Crate StencilsFlorida CROIJSE BURR CABINET SHOPBuilders I 'Insulation",.,.. Eatlmatttv- ... .

a and Remodclcrs Minm to- "tau.
I TO RCMfMiHt I IIW1DS Ir old Arisen ANt flttlMM

MARKOWITZ City Press Fine Woodworking, : a Specialty G 0.....,na. .. ;

x Plumbing. Electric andAcetylene Welding .

I Balk Tit and T U.ta I/. S.: No., North of Palm Ave. .1LVER,_rAIN DRIVE-ONE'MILE WEST> Of H I. t for Newt of 1I0MMeH sited Set IWe Read

,: EJteha aisle, ao4 waste Arthur *Tr*!
: Water Htaler ail Tampa fa Oa k Cowitys: met., $1; 6 ie4iJS1; ..; y., 13; ,

f i .' e Water n*. v C*** r arGalnakH4 ........ I IWJ In Dftie Cetmty: 3 met, li; 6 rw<''UO1; yr.;$2;
++wiaaw uw w SMMCaJTHOM MST *****
. Sell rips sad ,Dnlaag, rip ,--&u..-- iii-.-.- ere The Big\ Ones Bite"FLICKER'SBOATLIVERY Dale ,

I PLtJIIBL'i-O COLORED rUTTJRESO e.-- I Garage iTenmlnd Leader .

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M. E. Ma $T, and 'M AVE Hemdn&P7a .
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( Near U. LeJeune Road) (COwealU Ouuaaiir ft CMnneree BUg| CMloM4 Ha4 f. ,_for which plea' saM |kt tatderfer ,

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MOOKER LOSES 1 .PrcdkfteritM. to Play STILL SEIZED U. S. Women's 100 Years .f Progress VOUTH-APl'EAL

sett sell on Saturday: DESTROYED I Commtmorated by New Postal Stamp I MEETINGS ARE Are YM .. EARLY BIRD

,2 TO MIITCIIELL Tb men at Homestead Presbjrtartan AND
Chun will .*ogw The post office department ha*i ,........ the flee-eent SwedlaheateeMlal . of ,
mm of Riviera Presbyterian HELD IN GOULDSA
VFW1TOHORNEfty Church ef South Miami in a sett BY OFFICERS uet released to all post offices sre rioter lite.11ft.
baH ink Seturdey afternoon at *-cent stamp issued to com- The post elfiN ..*.rtewejt tee I
I 440: an .the municipal diamond. Constable i. t. Venn of Homestead mate 100 years ef proxreatAmerican I SjnnauM4 also Jesuanes of the aerie of -
JIMMIC HARRIS nil to the Writ fane to tie assisted Wedneedsy In the of women, meld Postmaster laJsWstf. new stamps, said. Mr.Urlngston '''I' meetings with special. appaaJ!
Tm 4he JOn ball femes playWttday played a* the local church taiNt wiling of a still which he had 8. K. Livingston yesterday.The . : youth la bring held In the i AT 5.30; AJI.
*' Monday mid Tueedar. th* but It Is hoped that a well piayfd been watehtog" for several days central: design of the new nve>rent Golden Anniversary' I Baptist Church this week ...
.Mitchell team" wen twice ever I lime will be potelble against the In the hope of catching the owner. stamp now on sale in Homestead of the: City of New York Com- I evening at faD: o'clock threygthe ..cant
.Breaker tod the Horn tart de- experienced SouUi Miami a..raatlon. The still was located .two miles .I. composed of portrait' of Elisabeth mfmoratlve AirMail Postage effort of the yetiBK
Jeatad' the V. r W. The.f mel ( northesst of Itom ate des Stanton, Carl C. Celt and Stnnp-July II at New York city hf Rev. Wayne Van Cclderen. Lunch Dinner and la Carte Sen'let
; ,were flayed> M (allow. *: Spectators are welcome. Noting that negroes fliad seen Lucretla Mott post office: and Aug. I at other A mat quartet composed a

< may, July 11-MltrheU. 11; After the game the rr B.*t that the still war discovered, law The Homestead poet office also offices young ministerial student from! Until 8:30 P. M.\ I
.rottCo 1 Hall got shred'for three Sunday achool elaM! will ntertetn enforcement officers decided to hu on sale UK following special Three-cent United States-Can Bob Jones University is furl
/ end Del got three' for saw for :members of the vlilllnc team and sire It at once, before it could or commemorative stamps: ada Frlendahlp Commemorative accordion! and brass muslo. The!
Mitchell Each: got{ I bort run. I their hmltlM at I pot I luck fUpI -, lit, moved. U. 8. Postage Stamp Centenary Stamp-Niagara rills, N. Y. post ipeakers. also fro,!, the university,| Special Spaghetti Dinner Thursday !
Rime lot three for roar for per In the municipal park. 8UU Beverage Inspectors Roger 4T-1M7.. .office on Aug. I and Aug. I at :Include Bob Van Oelderen, Pr.,1Clinton 1\\
doubt Mlteh- I Fox B A. Law the Msrlow and D. A. Me-
Including and destroyed
Brooktr s The Utah IW-IHT other 'office ..
,, .U got II MU off Tord, Brooder I .Netroes field itlll, according' to an announcement Joseph Pulitzer, IM7-U4T Tbree-cent.WltIIlm Allen White 'CoIL. .'
I pitcher. Brooks gal at* :}WU Off( mad by District: Supervisor Commemorative Stamp-at Em- The pastor received: his Matter 1 I 'i
I I thorns' MitchtU pitcher. For Criminal Court T. C. Parker. Destroyed also were The Doctor I porla, Kansas on July II. and Aug. of Arts degree from Bob Jones Glades RestaurantRAY
of mssh II ferment- California Gold I University and taught speech (therethe
;, Monday. July is-Home. 4; V. On hundred on* itllchei had 100 gallons Centennial 1 at other post offices.Threecent .
r.. W. I. NeeljT pt"ll rk for four to be taken at the Dad County en a JO-gallon aluminum pot andS ,.IItl-IH' I Francis Scott Key year after. his graduation. + ur : ,t
for V. r. W. Horn get six hits Ho plUl *t Kendall on the negro pump Mississippi l Territory, 17B8Ml I Commemorative Stomp-at Frederick ,4 and JENMI REYNOLDS' "': I
bit FucH V. r. W. pitcher. V r. mln Mid to have been auaultedit M4.,on Aug. > and st other t7IB.Krema .' tfUaMteM
J v. got 10 hits! off Nelson Horn Perrlnt July IT by Edward LAW' INSTITUTE These Immortal Chapllns post offices on Au,. 10. WANTADS,, PAt i ( I. 'S.

toitchw.. Surrenpy, Perr'ne' negro After Wisconsin Centennial 1148- ;
Tueidtr. July JO-Mitchell II: ''Sllrrenr,'. 'arreit by Conrtible J.I I 1040U. Perrine Couple Iniured ,' ',
jI i Brookir, |. Orecr got foul for four, :T. Venn on July 20, Juitic of the SECRETARY ISLIONS' & Frigate Constitution, 179747 Hy Speeding YouthsMr. "
Including: triple end I home run, I Peace Sidney L. Kenrlck held him .
"\' rfnd 11 t got two Tor foUrf tncluding over for criminal: court on a $1,000 Dr. George .Wsshlngton Carver and Mrs Harry William .. "" / .
} > I jionra run, ice Mltqhell.\ Sul- ,bond I SPEAKER Thomas A Edison of Perrine were injured at 10JO: 'j
Willie ROM, Perrine negro, was I Th. ITtieriUriM Mallnnil II.... O'clock Saturday night while driving t..... '". ., ,,
'- .. '" !,
Brookr! / '! ,brought Into| Judge Kendrlrk'i I J. K. Shinn of m'eild"1; ;;' stamp' ; ',; -ih along the Federal highway .. e modem ...........1'i'I"''I .: '/
: ,court July 20 charged wl'a' cutting tary of the Law Enforcement Inttltute Homestead office between Rockdale and Perrine, --., I
the throat of a negro woman on of Dude County, spoke on All of the above stamps are when their car was truck by a racle wall .;. ./ 11
fcilvfr f.lm ,Fellowship July I. Upon her reale from the the work of the organisation at the' three-cent'denomination, speeding .convertible: 'driven by. ) I .1
I'llnSunday Program hoiplUl at Kendall the oman Tuesday night's meeting of the In addition to these there are (WA/ boys !
t 1.. ;f wore out the warrant for ROM' Redlsnd Dlntrlct Lions Club. He The boys etcsped. : Injury, but : '
Tin Methodist t Youth ,Fellow- erreiU He wf held over for trim wai Introduced by Walter Weiss" ,, TOnc ANNOUNCED Mr. and M... Williams were 4I ; 9 I
[ahip'of. Silva Palm Under thl.lIdtnJIlp. Inal court on a 1500 bond. a director of the 'JniUtutc.J. \ brought to Homestead to receive I, .
I# 4)f. MM! Ottct Gosi- On the morning of July 21, Con-. Subject of the U o'clock: .. treatment at the James Archer
M. Shaw, tint vlce-prelld'JI..
,1)) ,'nan will preterit I program ..onMu I table Venn arrested ClarencePerry hm been the elu '. presiding Und*> at the Homestead ) Smith Hospital 1 envstn V c4
l, In th'* Church1' when II Coulda negro whom he I who>> annual aleo- 'terlan Church will be "'The'Heh'.1 1vfII Although\ they will be dlmnlssedfrbrTMhe )
;> .in the church kt 6:30: Sunday caught breaking Into Harle,'. rr.- officer eeke since the announcedthat : \. or Ven-..ry," announces thepator hospital In a few days ae '" ",
ivening"" Mu lc.l numbers will (pi- taurant In Ooulda. Perry, too wag tlon three ago of the club the R.v': Prarik Tl !:tv." .I hofiuial 1 authorities said that becausa .., tt aTU'
i ,'dude votal,Kilo by Puss Miriam held.over for criminal court. members fifty now per belong cent to the Institute. The church operates a nursery of the bruises" lacerationsand ,.. .
.Holnwe end an Instrumental\ duet : I for Infant.and a playground minor fractures which they
i ,ljv wWchvMIsi: Allen Odom will Donahue Makes Talk The committee appointed to children under six during th:::1 received that they will be "Ialdup" Easiest to loveliest rooms!
end Marshall hour of morning worship. I for I month. way :
I )r'meth:: ::net. On Credit PracticesA ( work on the project which will .
f result In the placing of safety
: ,$ Bprankl and Mri.floy A \ credit bureau -
on practice
equipment on the overseas highway Soroptimists I '
" 'I' ", t, ,Wlttenwyler, counsellors *, was liven by Lee Donahue, between Florida City and Will Join B. P. W. C.
for "this ftrinUitlon of young owner of the Rcdlund Credit Lower Motecumbe, reported that . ,, d
For Beard
people/ are assisting them In retwtruti Bureau, at the meeting of the It hoe arranged for a consultation Program; Public InvitedThe ;? ,"
\ for I play which they Homettvud Rotary Club held In with Herman FulU of Miami /J/I.

I "iill-Augurt.present the .latter pert of the Parkway. Restaurant Wednesday member of the state road depart- Soroptimuit dub of South'' l-eilaurant at < p. m. I ,

Marlene Keen lestueday noonDEMONSTRATION Ipll'nL 'Dade County has voted to oml Both men and women ot 'tyiedUtrlct Off>
; MM ltd The Rev, Harley R. Core will I' its luncheon meeting next Mont are Invited. t s'

vaa ted etenlng'l world program cltlsenshlp.ftn which. fUADTHC speck on the Rusalsn situation at day and Instead to visit the Home}' i Mrs Eleanor Froscher Mrs. T.V. 71A01 ? ; i I'
1 members mi-were) present I the next meeting of the club.SYPllIUS'DEAfll. steed B. P.' W. C meeting atwhich Wells and M,.. Fred Suitor', '
I Dan Beard, superintendent tiave been appointed to representthe '
of Everglade National Park, will I Soroptlmlst group on the'
t i peak and show colored tides of Spnnson commtltee of the Law
perk views.! The B, P. W C. mttHv :
I Enforcement Institute of Dade, .
: RATE HALVED IN log will be heldd/ the Parkway ,County. I
ofI 9 owE!! 40,000,000 roomsr ;

LAST FEW YEARS 'Dr. F. P. Archer, Jrl;, Made MemberOf \ 1
\i Portable Aluminum Motorists'-\ Vision CommitteeMiami .
I Florid,,'. death! rate from syph .
: Ills has taken a "nose dive" In the; L decorated with Kem-Y n.e!
System I
pest few years,In spite of the large July ,JJ-Nam-d as, a I The group plant to distribute .
number of oaaea of the diaeae,: member of the newly-formed mow poster and booklets that .tra-
idA rte: R. F. Sondeg of the Florida tortats'' viilon committee of South, use' importance of good vision In
State Board of Health announced ant Florida Optometrle Assocla- safe driving. The posters will be

27 All Day today. 'lon Is Dr. r. P. Archer, Jr., who (llsplayed In garages, auto Inspection .
Tuesday July
: I According to a recent nation' II1Ilnt.ln.-t) Homestead office, --stations\ taxicab and but
wide survey, Florida's death rate I The new Committee, formed td J bArns, filling stations and driven
: from syphilis has been reduced. liter icquslnt. drivers YoM thietaentlal 'license. offices, pro Archer said. 1 c
' ; Opposite New University from more than SI per 100,000 part good vision playi Inefficient 'vision: Is a major M RICA
population' In IDJJ to 13.1 In ,,1(43AlKO In :
highway safety will co-operate: cause of auto accidents In this
Buildings On U. S. 1 I this te nIt It .111 41 Improvement with sheriffs offices, municipal,slate, according to Sgt Keith.
in deaths from syphllliIt police and highway patrol'' unit I )'chief[' of the Florida Highway
At CtnalDENNING'S the greatest ot ,any elate, Dr.Snndag In Dade and Broward counties. 'I I I I,Patrol driver examination bureau
declared, and; Florida no r. w
longer leads the southern states In rr
deaths from the dlsesi.

,, |ereaa Dr. Sondag to the Intensive attributes csse-flnd-this de- CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING CO. 1. %Dos.Iike| IIItfc; rtr

Ing and treatment program thai j
'- South Miami I, has been carried on In the past ten CIVIL ENGINCEKINQ 9 SUBVITIMQa Oil AND RESIN fiNISH I 2. One coat covers. most

t' \ __ - ____ .h .- _ . __ " .-.____. _years.- __ _____ __- '-- Ker, .Ton. Is made with scientifically created IIt.r'-t ... .
'. .'Matl
A. CRAWSHAW IS West' Fhtler Street OILS sod RESINS that are miuble with. water '- W' .
;: T' Aseeelatee for your oonTenuace. You can't buy a iniah! '.
tact than.....-;rODl Miracle Walt Fiolahl 3. Rltltt, 01NP j
+.1, plaster!

:1 HOTELYOUR (" 4. Dries In MI fcwri, t'" 1

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135 ROOMS 130 BATHS '
) 71 No "p.mfJ avtror I ld' :
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.. r J' MILL-COCKTAIUOUNGI rJU6IO I, TWO IIOW8 PAILTt' t and t P. M. 8. 111elt/bf.! Dorabl.I fir
> ATURDAT M. SUNDAY fmiUBMWi I'.till 11|
i i ''':i -riUMBCINTLIGHTINa_IIICTIIIC FANS ,j, I A4mlMlMt Adallai Night 4*>| Mallaee (till I sva*.). lIDo I
.'; '.f qiBereai seder .... tot ten U twelve lie. (Tn ..1.....) IN ONE EASY COMlMagld 9.Ono pHea des
lecwryrestlWl-c.IItWI.-V......* luau* '
Kam-ToM. : conn toet'Intertor suHcela If"'. roots I r"t.a!" :
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: Last Times Today "SAIGON
: y ; IM' IVHY ROOM : one quick COM. No priming. BO slslagrt UJ!
ireeKtavToa lldes OB with brash orK.WPTOM I'
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SWiMMING POOU-TENNIS COURTS ; i : i I '\ATV'IMY, Jly l4O BWe. ratty rrearaM RollerKoeierl !

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1 t..j'" '''..._u (13 w 4 peraad. ) Grants U,.. Prf$ % c'.WWV. ( "OVERLAND at bullet speed) gunning TRAILS"Action for told) A millionaire cocldn't.. To.bey.. There a better U lit !
. wall finish than K. 1108.
' X Y RQtO aenr. ... *.ft.erHiement Ae? I JLo4 LEO: OORCEY: and THE BOWERY BOYS In red
Kern.Too. most
1'i,4. better bring TO
"ANGELS' ALLEY" pleasing attractive colon la the world. :
fce <4<;em h....* ... >K<.stt.U4 Miles N artfc .f f DyHM I**
1, :Rey t aaiei fresh. .....vie Heomt IrMf, "' . : lily SS-M 3 Mint can match If. A* for' Ingredieots,
". SUNDAY and MONDAY Kem-Tone (it mad with sdentificallf
\ ROBERT TAYLOR.. AUDREY TOTTER, HERBERT treated OLS( and R SlNS- iijtsbI.with
,* MARSHALL In water. In addition KemrToM offers. the
"HIGH WALL"Dial I t malls of eaiy us*. Th.5
r1 ', I the seat deceiver, the murderer, the fugitive; follow of *
) ) speed one coat COtersg -
the chase) i
,o : (() I Added: ........ Wwka ......* Mtert; Merr" 0. ......" *. The conrenlenca of *
'" I. hour drying. ThepliasaotBess
) MOM Stab "r.Tt4MI.." Carte**; Potts Newa
,. V IltHr OVER WALLPAPER, ( of ol'p sPAIN
C., TttSDAY ad WEDNESDAY: Jab Il-U ory" .Nowonda'

"DAISY 'KENYON" 'on rigid Rise. rltbt near wallpaper' wkh MiradeXTall( .. mist | ., ,
(Tw klnda of .-. two kind of love In her life and when aha = = ::ppite.rialcoil aeoal' Aaehed ...,_,_ ...........:,......___ '
choose It mint be forever) wattboaxd ease .be.M C bet fir r a,..f...Met H''A
u ,log
Added: *Marh' Tlaae,* 4141.wiJmleel'Ao) ttatrker el "
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I ta4 FRIDAY, lily S-I .

asl (The gangster who ihurdeuefl for laughs.\ Little Caesar blast
.l'" l'R tT'-e. ,, F FOR'R8MRVATKW5 I : t his way V.tht linen again) t r
+ l : : "AM..J:*l ekMeerRabtM,*Cartoeat " In Bevtli Amerltea. .l'h< nc 277 Homesteadrr'.1 :
', $, a ,. ." W8 "... Be Derby" tarleeat:: raraamMurt New ,
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