Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 10, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00664
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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The Rcdland District's. Ii !e NEWS' paper Since 1912 '


,38th Year No. 23 IIOMESTEADl''LORIDA.' .FRIDAY. JUNE 10,1949! --:=- Price 5_Cents





80 TRAILERITES IN PROTEST. MEET HERELaw !





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Creating Office WORK BEGINSIN IlodUnd For Farm School Bureau Picked Meet I.I ARTISTS IDEA:I Waldin Ily Early Home Morning\ (Destroyed Fire I''BIRD' URGES COUNTY STUDY I


I The Farm Bureau speakers I Mr. B. A. Waldin' home .Ii I

meeting will be held'at I oVtock the comer of Waldin dr, and Red i',!
: JULY 'ON 2CAFETORIUMSi tonight In Redland School auditorium OF BAYFRONT land rd. and all iU furnishings) RELAXING TRAILER PARK RULE 'II

instead of In the Terrine' 'were destroyed by fire about\ S:30

Of City Judge May I school ei was first planned. .:I Monday morning.


John the Growers Florida Ford executive are Farm Invited Bureau secretary to ,hear and of'|TO BE SHOWN chock moke-titled Mrs., was Waldin house brought suffering by two from colored from the IN WIDE OPEN RURAL SPACES


Dave Mloher vice-president of I famllle that live on the place

End Trial StalemateThe Construction of new-type eafe-I the Southern Farm Bureau Invur- An artist'\ and later WM taken to the Coral
of
conception
terla-audltorlumt at homesteadand I nee Companies.Groc I developing Homestead"plantfor Bay! Cables Attmore horn of a niece, Mrs J I Delinquent Tax Lots A study of the controvershfl ,
WrightFred
Redland Khooli U expected front Park Into a community Fuchs, a neighbor who Sold by City for $990 county: toning rule requiring re-
Glade beach and moval of trallvnrom private
Plantings picnic will be
grounds
to set under way shortly' after I notified Mri Wright of the accident LoU sold by the city for 148
I on public display at the Homestead property to recognised parka la I
I Demonstrate Cover CropsThe also saved Mr*. Waldln't
of tchoolboard's delinquent taxes
July 1, the beginning.: (he brought $000
city hall the middle of
by
legislative act to authoriseesUbllshmenl I tar being made by the county com
I Monday
morning at the hall
SANTO HULL WIN' new fiscal County next week city
!
year efficacy of hairy Indigo and announces County
. of a Homestead The fire, supposedly started City Attorney Ira C. Haycocktold minion to see If the regulations]
,
School Trustee W. R. Bird said I soy beans as cover crops la being I Commissioner Preston B Bird I Mrs
when
Waldin
city court end the appointmentof tempted( to the city council Monday can be relixed for persona with
DAMAGE CASE, yesterday, I shown In demonstration planting Bonds for the $ 'O project light a gas stove, had too big a night that he ii trying to workout considerable
a city Judge wi passed by the private acreage,
Bids were let June 2 by theboard here by County Agent Chaa, IISteffanl were Included\ In the five Issues start to be brought under control some arrangement whereby
House and the Senate and II ) and hit assistant, W. T totaling $ .420,000 laid Tuesdayby by the two county truck the Commissioner Preston B Bird ,
for construction of six of:I city can sell lots tot taxes
waiting the governor' signature, IN HIGH COURT the Talt | the commission The bonds Vhlch responded to the alarm without going through foreclosure Mid yesterday. The study was un. *
the first In the
cifetorlumi
City Attorney Ire C. Haycock told Broadcast between tree rows In I went to a syndicate headed by B. according to Chief Green; In rtdl-- which U costly.Police derUken Wednesday by Commit j
it Edward
county a cost of $247.000 lime ,
and avocado groves, the J. Van Ingen and Company of
the city council Monday night The Florid supreme court' M. Fleming Construction,( hairy Indigo gathers nitrogen New York and Miami on IU low to lion replenish, no fire the well 700-gallon/ wn available water Chief 24 Wm F. Branlley stoner Jesse Yarborough and Robot .

Mr. Haycock expressed the belief Tuesday affirmed a decision of the Company of Miami won the contracts from the air to store In nodules bid of 2.84? per cent interest rate tank carried on each truck. cash reported fines arrests In May and' ert Cook head of the toning; and <
of
that Coy, Warren would permitthe Dade County circuit court awardIng ,I for the two local, Khooli on Its roots, explains Mr. Talt I To make ready for construction, $390. building department, upon recommendation -
bill to become law without $9,000 damage to John F : with a bid of 169,000, for Homestead -,I The cover crops increase the organic expected to start In September, a of Mr, Bird who laid
Santo of Homestead and Robert; and $69,900 for Redland matter which holds molt- telephone will be Installed In the Christian Science Society Occupies that though( the regulation I Uneteisary
his signature Hull of MI.mlln their suit against, The cafeterla-audltorlumi will be I lure In the sod.Demonstration. park at a coot of $3000, Mr Bird I for congested areas, It
The city attorney advised in J. W' English for breach of contract built also at Shidowlawn Glade-I| plots of soy I.,,. On Wednesday, the commission New Home Former St. John's Church works needless hardship In runt
view, Biscayne: and Coconut Grove sections with which to
early trial for Arthur J. Blanken- beam are being planted on the I reviewed overall plans acres upon
beck, in whose case Mayor T. E. Santo and Hull published the Khooli glades Farmers have planted a for the park development Included park l trailer.Wednesday..
Kirby and Council President J. Redland CAstrlct News under contract Designated by Architect Edwin I few acres of the soy beans, Mr. will be a beach similar to The Christian Science Society, .reader and Mint Annabel Lochrle,i l commission actionwas
immediately prior to Us salt : T Reader the cafetorlumi willfeature Talt says, but most of them are i that at Matheson Hammock, picnic I Homestead, will hold services second seeder The society plans, taken after organisation:: In I
T. Godwin both disqualified themselves by English to Polly Rose Balfe In-the-wall folding tablet' to sell the Homestead city hall Tuesday
: sticking to the old standby sew grounds and facilities for Sunday In IU new quarters. the its former quarters In
to act .! judge In event three years ago. In their suit and benches which permit con-A,I bania. small boat I I Florida CityCIIAS. I night of some 10 protesting trailer
the city judge bill gas through, Santo and Hull charged English version from cafeteria to auditorium I former. St. John' Episcopal owners under the temporary
the new judge would try the case, refund to let them exercise their In, eight mlnutei. The : r I Church building! at S<7 s. E. Second I cralrmannhlp of Welter McVlckerof
he said, but otherwise the councilU contract option to buy the newspaper I tablet and benches open out for I Garden Club Seeks Best Poinsettias; j ave The society has purchased (GRAHAM Princeton Mn Irene Hughes
required to name a presidentpro before he sold It to the cafeteria ute and fold back to be I the entire five-lot triangular was made secretary-treasurer" of j
tern to act 11 judge I present owner. locked! Into In-wall steel pockets I In Contest for Christmas Decoration, block bounded by S. E. Second : the yet unnamed group which
On question by L L. Hood M English appealed a circuit court when the building la needed at I 'I av*., S. E. Third cU and S 1905 PIONEER appointed two committee to fight
to what action could be taken It Judgment In favor of the plaintiff an auditorium Sliding doors art : 'E- Fourth St.. owned by Walker the county's removal ruling
each councilman should disqualify year Geo. OkeU of Miami! used to hut off the kitchen and I i Cash prizes of $29, $15, and $10 Nativity and other Christmas and Walker of Perrlne. The trailer owners' organization
l ago
hlmwlf Mr. Haycock old the and Vernon Turner of Homestead serving uniu during use ai an I I.re offered for the best potted themes will be used In lilt scheme, Sunday school will be held it TAKEN BY DEATH has called a meeting for I o'clntk

council must go "ouUide"1 to name were attorneys t tot Santo and auditorium poinsettias grown between now for which club members are invited 690; morning worship, at IIi; and Tuesday night In the Chamber oCCommel't'l
I to submit Ideas. the mid-week service it I o'clock
I if available
a judge. building,
HulL and December: In Christmas Chattel R. Graham of
a pioneer
,
'
The Blinkenbeck case has been Mr, and Mrs. Baker! Urge that Wednesday evening. A public I Otherwise In (pee city hall.
pending since Jan..T when hiinistc s DEATH competition sponsored by the prospective contestants start reading room will be open Archer 100.1, died Smith Saturday in James Named to advise. the commit- t,
kenbetk claimed his arm CLAIMSI'I South Dade Garden Club Feh growing their ,poinsettia plants church-which has been repainted lay In state IfonplUl\ The body lion and the inning board that
I from a to
broken In a Jail boating B..n-I Returned to Charges contestant will be asked to enter I now for the competition which tntlde and given an asbestos tile' Tuesday afternoon at his 4 oclntk Shark the oicanlMUort will fight tint removal
arrest for a parking MRS.I \ 29 pl.nta.I I will open officially early In floor.. Point order M Illegal, were Mr*
home he
BUnketibeck. Jta /lled a 100,000dafnD' Returned to,their 'chirgei here LQ\V'I The poinsettiai entered Jn.Jbecompetition Decemlxir ...t '' w. .,.., .,..!... W, A. Murphy .Is flrsl where had lived. k """
... i .uIL".,..lnIttb dl1; 'by'the\ ,. Florid. UetKMM Conference I wilt be "'Used I In I . .6tb.Funeral+tsaeer-altP,4latblr services blow, *1'pl.,pe r'tmd.. John

Police Chief W, F. BranUey and were; the Rev J. E. Jen PIOPER OF Christmas decoration of the semicircle I In a Miami funeral were conducted home Rhetton Appointed to employ R
Policeman Donald Sullivan kins, pastor of First Methodist In front of the garden center First Baptist Plans Education Unit i f Wednesday, and burial on In H. Bell, Miami attorney, were

Church; the Rev Alfred A. Hed Mr. Eva Eitelle Cutellow. I at Redland Fruit and Spice Miami Cil1C'm'ler was James Campbell EMIT Trait John
City Names Hoard berg, Silver Palm Methodist pioneer of IBM died Tuesday In Park where the garden club As 'Whitt Completes First Year Here Active , Ownby and Mn. Howard Pease,
Church; the Rev. Martin R Davis, Jamel Archer Smith Hospital at holds Hi meetings Donor of the pallbearer were Lawrence Mr. Bill will be Instructed to seek
To Advertise for AuditThe Florida City and Redland community prizes is Preston D. Bird Moto i Combs, Iris Tyre, Lloyd order, and to defend
restraining
the age of 70, The Rev John H An ea.sly start on construction European theatre during ,World Instead, Jabei Mnrlln-Vegue, l
Homestead city council appointed churches,, end the Rev. Whitt of First Baptist'Church Co. of Homestead of a new education building' |Isl| War II, Mt. What came to Homestead C' U Moody, and Pay Hilton any trailer owner arrested for
IU 1B49-BO budget committee Wm F. Kopelke, Porcine Metho- officiated it funeral services yes- The consulting architect and plumed by First Baptist Church from a pastorate in Paris, violation. 1
Monday night and votedto dist Church terday In Turner chipeL Burial other members dt the county park which has Just completed, Its first! Ky.. where he was president of (Continued on Page Two) At the meeting, several trailer

advertise for bids on makingthe was In Palm Cemetery at Na- department will en-operate In the year under the pastorate of the the Bourbon County MinlnterlHl Moon( -- owners reported that they had 1 I
annual city audit Named to Baptist Center Begins ran is. Christmas decoration I project lit \Rev John H. Whit During the'' Association and chaplain of the Two line Still been; given notice I to remove their I

the committee were Wm Muuelwhite. Weekly Youth Nights Mn Castellow came here from the Spice Park, Mr Bird said year, more thAn $10,000 has been Paris American Legion Post Netted in 21-lIour Haul trailer within. five dayi McVlckerand
Carl S Anderson, J. G. Byronvllle, Gi, to Join her husband The garden club has named Mr. raised towards the building, for I Ownby pointed out that the :
Wynn and Mayor T. E. Kirby, I The first of weekly youth nightswas , the late J. S, Caitellow at and Mrs NJont J, Baker chairmen which'" plans have been obtained Two stills, one near Modello regulations affect not only occupied I
Upon suggestion by Mr Wynn, held June 2 In the First Bap- their grave home on Farm Life of the Christmas decoration from the BnptlHt Sunday school: NAVAJO NATION and one near Ooulds, were raided/ trailers but those puked on
City Clerk R. E. Edwards was instructed tilt Youth Center Plans were rd. north of Silver Palm dr Mr. project A decorated tree, the architectural department In N..h.jlI1e. and destroyed within 24 hour on private proi>erty for vacation use

to write the head of each made for promotion of an Interchurch Castello," died In 1834. Thursday and Friday of last week
city department requesting ub- volleyball league for regular She leaves: three eons, John E. LEGION Sub"wnllalgrowlh In the membership FIELD MEET SET by state beverage agents Forrrnt Hurk Receives
TO
mission of hit department budget league play.Formation Gunn of Durham N C Jeff SEND) of the church and the The flnt still, with an estimated Degree) from Princeton
not later than July 1. of Baptist teams Ii Caitellow of Danla and James Sunday school made it necessary HERE JUNE 17 capacity of 710 gallons l
Mr. Muuwlwhite luxgested that under the direction of the youth Caitellow of California; two JIMMY \WATSON for the church to enlarge IU month was located about one- Forrest O Hurk, ion of Mrs..
the annual audit Include the books recreation committee, f. W. Rou- granddaughters, Carol and Barbara quarters during the pant year i quarter mile off Biscayne dr.. a Herman llclnleln of Coconut Palm
of the various city departments ton, K. R. Wcnkstern, Russell Castellow of Danlaa; says J. L Kulp chairman of the The annual field meet of Navajo mile and one-quarter cant of U. dr. and grandson of Mr. and MM.
such ai the library, airport swimming Horne, Jim Morris, Carl Smith, brother,'W. E. Johnson of 8yronville TO BOYS' STATEJimmy board of deacons Tho former Nation of the Boy Scouts of >. I I. IU 3M-gullnn boiler was O.?:'N. Calkins returned Monday
pool, trailer park eta Mill Wanda Smith, Mill Betty ; and two sisters, Mrs. B. E- Leader-Enterprise building/, purchased < America will be held from' 6:30 made of an old airplane gasoline from .Princeton University from
McLaughlin and Mist Betty Taylor Lewis of Dry Branch, Oa., and Watson the previous year, was I to 830: Friday night June IT!' tank. Twqnty-two 90-gilton barrel which he was graduated with

Offer Phlof Urn to Save Mri Rena Check of Vienna, Ga H. S. student council, president. hai of been theN converted Into headquarters for'II lit the city ball park Five traps' of mash were found ,at the honors, Mr. Burk received an A.
selected the young people's department and will compete for three. trophies to till which MM deserted at the B. degree. In psychology
Mangos for July ForumTo by John O. S lIe, Post
of the American the youth center which was Initiated ; be given by the Redland District lime of the early morning raid Graduate of Redland High
preserve choice mangos for 31 Will Be Graduated from Redland the Legion-sponsored Legion to attend Mr Whitt Hood-lighted Lions Club Jack Levy, insistent made by Supervisor W. B. Crosland School, Mr, Burk studied one year
Boys' State f'y .: constructedback I I of the Redland and Edward Lynch. at University of Miami with the
seoutmitter
show at the annual Mango Forum to be held at Florida State University court were troop
High School on Wednesday EveningAt -; Crosland and Lynch aaaliUd by Navy V-1J unit, and served two
July 6 in Miami pliofilm wrappings In Tallahassee June 1928 of the building for play I has charge of rrangemenU.
ire available at the Office Jimmy\ the son of Mrs. M Mill Betty McLaughlin of Effing- Troop competitions will Include: I Constable Pete Morgan and Deputy yen oversell. ,:
of County Agent Ch... H SteffinlAt commencement exercises of Edison and Immediate C. Lawrence ham, S. C, wn employed ai full- tent pitching, first aid, rescue and W. D Plttman demolished a I "j
explilned Assistant County Redland High School Wednesday I it Redland Announcementwill past principal Legion posts pay all expenses time youth worker and church) blanket stretcher races fire making Ill-gallon still, located three CONFUTE: : TECH COURSE .

Agent W. T. T.II, the protective evening, 31 candidate for graduation be made of the names of the of the 300 tenth and eleventh secretary During the past year, by friction and by flint and miles eat of Goulds on the Cutler Among; the local graduates from .;
the to I the B. T. U was organized into steel, signaling by Morse code and rd, When the officer closed': Miami Technical I High School are
wrapping permit fruit > will be presented their valedictorian and the salutatorian, grade boys chosen for training ..1Boy. :.
ripen without smothering It. The diplomas by W. R' Bird, county who will make addressee, Music .' State ai future leaders. The departments by semaphore, knot tying, water In the still was smoking, and Miss Ruth Winfield Miss Dorothy ,
wrapping were brought to the school trustee Th exercises willbe 11 I will De furnished by the school boys will campaign is Nationalistand A former missionary to Burma boiling, a dressing race and a one of ten math barrels had been I Roma and Mill Maxine Cash

local office by Milt Olga M, Kent, held at S 13 p. m. In the ichool band which) will also play the accompaniment Federalist political" parties and in-army- chaplain-in the patrol signal tower rice gallons activated of with moonshine lye Thirty-five also Commencement exerciser will beheld
were Wednesday 'In MlI
| evening -
assistant home demonstration auditorium for the singing of to elect a governor and hit cabinet I I
destroyed I In the rsld.I and B.11ront Park.
gent, and may be obtained bj The commencement address "Alma Mater" by the senior d.... and city officials who learn Hooker Awarded r-
I Sprankle Mackey
any one who! wishes to preserve will be made by Robert A. WII- The R
fruit for entry (t the/ forum. lon, assistant principal at Miami of Naiarene the Princeton will pronounce Church of the the experience Trophies As Star IUI.S. Athletes 1. Mrs. Tibbits ,"Welcomed as Honorary II


Helen Tomerlin to Be ValedictorianAt benediction. 4 LOCAL ANGLERS !. Soroptimist by Regional Director I
Presentation of citizenship, D. Three new trophies were I. .Dale I Sprinkle ,, senior! .threeletter -
A. R, Balfour and academic warded Redland High School man ana 1140-411 captain 01
ILILS. Commencement on TuesdayHelen awards will be made at the class i LEAD CLASSES IN star athletes, Dele Sprinkle James the basketball team <*** presented Because of community awrvleeIn and other welfare work line thewar'
night program to be held at a:15 t the Paul Oaklerko, Jr, ward for Red Cross m4 other welfare Mil Berth Mill Hausmin
Tomerlin will be valedictorian , John Ruehle. this evening In the auditorium. Maokey and James Hooker at ill-round athletic prowess The work In the Redland District concluded the ',itory with the account

and Cecilia Tomassl,' At II o'clock Sunday morning I After the reading of the KEYS TOURNEY the first annual banquet given the trophy wn given by Mr. and Mri.Oiklerko line her arrival here In 1117, of Mn. TibblU' direction
salutatorian, at commencement t In the First Baptist Church of histcry, will prophecy and a Clall'' letter men' by the P. T. A. on In memory of their ion Mn B A. TlbbU, wn formally of newly-formed James Archer
exercise Tuesday evening for the Homestead the graduate will ter to the Juniors, the seniors Boasting more than 200 worthy June 2 In the Wont Den. The killed recently In a motor crash welcomed is an honorary member Smith HojplUI Auxiliary and her

33 tindldite for graduation from hear the Rev, John H. Whitt, pastor present an old-fashioned catches In II classes of the eligible names of each year's winners will The Worland Grove and farms of the Soroptimlst Club of I efficiency is IU president Mri.
Homestead High School The program give the baccalaureate addresson drama, "Desperate Desmond 21 classes during the first three be Inscribed: on the trophies, which trophy for IporUnuutshfp went to Ifomettead by Mrs. Helen Dur- Len Link presented the new .v
to be held'*t I o'clock on "This U the Hour. Presidingwill I Dastardly Deed". Drucella Psyton\ and a half weeks of Its 144-day will be kept by the school. (Continued on Page Two) kee of West Palm Beech regional member with a gift from the club,

the outdoor stage, will be precededby be the Rev J. C. Jenkln. will play Clementine, the heroine; presentation, the third annual director: of Soroptimlst International a subscription to the American
t IS-mlnute observance ofFUg pastor of the First Methodist Kenneth Mendhelm, DesmondLeffingwell. Florid Key Summer Association, The presenU- SoroptlmliLMr
Day by the local Elks club Church, which U canceling :itsi! the vllllan; Jamel tournament\ U setting a pace Fishing,of Annual Physical Education Show lion of membership was made it Durkee told of attending

and V. r. W. and American Legion morning service, Mr. Jenkins lathe Mocker, Montgomery Galllard, the more than double It* 1(4$ recordJ. the club' luncheon meeting Monday a United Nation session in
potU. father of Miss Betty Jo Jen- hero; Natalie McCaslln: Rosamond, R. Pope of Homestead earned Scheduled Tonight,, in II.ILS., Gym In the Farm House.Ohe Europe last summer and visiting
The diplomas will be presentedby kin, a member of the graduating the vKlalnew: ; and Jerry Smith, a citation with an eight-pound star} of,Mrs TibblU early her Palm Beach club' liter clubIn
W. R., Bird, county school class The. school glee club will Mrs Bayonne Cashmore, .Clem- two-ounce life and early service WM told by London. i
trustee and \the honor will be entine's poor mother. a rowboat off mapper lilamorada.caught from The annual program of theihyslcil girl and by fifth grade girl, bad- MM. F U. Well; her Red Cross Mrs. Roy Tracy ot Tivernler,
lingWho' education department of minton by junior high schoolgirls and home service
leadership work
vice-president of James
Archer
awarded by Principal B.Blackburn Who In the senior clan The Rev. Win. Kopelke, Youthful
pastor Bobby Delllnger of Homestead
schools will be presented and rope jumping by second: during World War I. by Mr. W. Smith Hospital
Auxiliary which
band
The school will
play.lA was read by Ann Lofton andHoyce Of Perrlne Methodist Church will Homestead
now paces the cobla it 7:30' 'this evening In the)
grade girl '
J Rooms end her full-time devotion 1 Ia
; the
will be : 1 1Cody iponsored by Homestead
melaleiK tree
planted Albury at class night Wednesday preach the baccalaureate '
class with I
sermon\ a It-pounder taken on gym under direction of Mn. Mary Boys and girl of the first grade to the cause: in World War SoroptimliU
.t I:SO this morning by \the seniors evening In the school ludl- I at 730: Sunday evening In the It-thread. He was fishing from and Coach Paul L. Worley. will present a dance of greeting, I It by Mrs. Ben Archer. Mrs. auxiliary members: told of the the plan tornab of
u a living memorial to the class torlum. The class will was auditorium. Mr. Clarence Gray CpU AI Llpford'i Sea The on Key
boat receipts will\ be for "
used "Hickory, Dicker pock The heicled.
TibblU kO' of .
branches
of '4.. At the assembly of the by John Chandler, Donald Gann I will play the < i surgical binder for tbe
processional and \the Raider. Mrs. Miriam Baker of things needed by the department sixth grade girl will give a square Red Cross work tier duringWorld hospital this IUmll1tr."Otber
whole school la the patio, Loll and Billy Hutchinson. I I burglcal -
Doris recessional and
Stanley Wlttkop Homestead leads the dolphin claw Athletic
events will Includevolleyball : a dance and the seventh War II
grade girls Mrs. Archer recounted -
1 such
Ryenon will read from the Scrip- Craddock read the cUt will equipment M masks,
history, sing.\ The invocation will\ be with a Uti pounder caught from game between senior a Dutch dance.
I turn and the Rev F. J. Lottkh, and Russell Horne give the class. pronounced by the Rev. Frank: I. Capt\ Chuck Green's boat. Wood I' high school biyi and girls' ',, Sports costumes: will be modeledby the home, and service personally branch,conducted renderedheavy could pack cover be .made, and by obitetrlcaJ other boot
rector of St. John's Episcopal prophecy Didn't Know the Elvery, pastor of Homeateadl'reIbyltrlan Duck ILJohn boxing group
', by junior high school senior girl by the Influx of wives of throughout the Mn.
Church: will give a prayer of Gun WM Loaded" was lung by! Church and the W. Holland of Homestead tumbling acts te.ma.I district
ninth
by After the
basketball soldiers
program the; training it HomesteadArmy
Tracy laid "Article
that ,frost
A talk the Jo benediction .
dedication. short M Ana Lowry Once
Roper. the Rev. lead
oy Harley the trout -e''lae* with rind
junior high school boy will be played by two picked: Air Field She told ala of from Ihree'W five dollars can be
roelileucs tree will be mad by Gloria Gordon and Georgia Stall R. Con. __ _ a four-pound II-ounce catch. tennis by eighth grade boy and senior high; acbool'lIquad.l: ,Mr* TibblU' borne service work made for BOc.*

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/ TheLeader.Enterprise II" "' '.. ' ... SPRANKLE 1 id Jensen and Jack Tnomaa.Baaeball I CIIAS. GRAHAM June 12 105/p.m.: 1:11: p.m. sr.. and Amelia fished Card 1iIMi
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, ..""...." ........ ...... .-......,............""'..'"''.I (Continued from P.ge One) er. Dele Sprinkle Johnny EUla. (Continued from Palo One) I Bjr Paeettl and GedwtaTH June II 10:11: p.m. '::11 p.m. runner Ptnkr and suml five 1 and mmmlinh
,I Jim Mackey and the Bryant and I Carl Motley, Bob MoeJey. Roland Honorary p//flbeefra/ included luna I.I\ :II .... IN LIIL Ship
rowM .la 11'l lICaCatrnOM "H e* m. te telaMiah I i oak. trnMlabary ...,., for the meet Vernier, Clattoa) w aHtWO Jades Ron WUIIama\ eeL Ur t June 14 Ii.J ee._ 4.P "' him M"".o i hIt i K. fltfilnR In
I bep/sal/ ajtifrmint ttjrtiot) . .I lm rev.d eWer met to H.*I Vlhkw David JtMM, Jill Oeekler. -I A. Afca H I OvemreA Rat t let Tawnier. I... I"" lune 1& IU': pJL I:........ Harbor out! brought bpekpounds | St(

!. hM111a. M IM ..... ... peettd . Hooker. The preaaaJaHnna were James Rtltttn, Carte Yfertaa .. R. Taylor Leslie Q'*. Ca i I..I High' L -. June 15 12 II ..IIL 11:1': p.m of snapper; :ami: raCk j iOn ,
t/M1 ,
AAINW..r.. le IM ..11 IIWoj "A 101I wad bom to M. MM! u Htfft antetaailto Luke Btntoo and MaMer tlolmer Cliff Deal Tom Tale, W.' June 10 7 VI a m 1 3. m June IS 111/am. I/Oem: a recent f ,limit trap, U La
... Mn. J. R. Pope . at Florence Lelwy Sfp/rtfponnk I Jack Thomaa H. Owen It. r Barfleld, Chat. June 10 II I 10 p nx. I 1(0: j j' ''n June II 12SSpm 1:13: pm Sound and Joe H"Mr I
j : Hunt hotplUtMlM . Member of the award committee I Track-Jot friar Jima Hook. Smoak John Campbell\ Ira Berry June 11 Vlnrn. Sllotn: : Blues Perm to be running a Mrs, C E: Saund.i' .and t Alps _. n

I: ....kIN....UMlII aM ..!.. ROM Tower received. I were Mr. Rke. Mr. Sprankle er, Dele Sprinkle, John Hughe Lawrence Smith and Tom Chap I 1.llIn.n I:18pm 2 r pm 11111, to Ia1d; Sound. r King honked :'I'1 'i 1111'1) ix r. II ,.m
".UO' '.IEAQf Ut1Ilt. bachelor degreefrom Florid and Mra. Dixon and fudges were Luke Benton, Buddy Bllaard Carl man.A. June 12 9 U rm S ;iO e m r n. ltutrke! Jr r n Rublef', trout 1 1ir\ 1 InI"I'i tw" noalL fallboon!
i I'i lI" a. .... State College for Women ," Harold E. Kendall, tea H. Cooper Motley, Bob Motley, Clinton native of D Paw, T.... Mr ----
MART naatt.&. 11'1:111180"I Chaa. Q. Calderwood, BuaaellE. Friar. Aubrey Russell Jerry Un- Graham came to South Dade to
N..s ..e kd.r.dlA. "Rota Civet Carol Henderson, Trotter and Mr Rice derwood and Kenneth ..I_ manage Sipp't sawmill which i lank
Kathryn Cwt and Elaa Hill ale Utter Guest Commlialoner had contract td furnlth ties and .John
were awarded t4 thfollowing tpeaker wa County I
BATHTlTEWJlITER attending the abort Course in SI athlete lor varsity i Jeaae Yarborough for I piling for Henry M. Flaglert I t I II lecUOKI
\ II ... .' :::. .... -1 Tallahaaaee won far 1-H work:'' fompetltloni 1 In basketball, bw merly head football coach at Miami railroad extension. to Key West. I,I ,

I /r floe ..I m... 1"1 Sours UNat."' PlCTlTlOt'l' MAMA bill and track: High School. Brief' talks were Later he engaged In farming, and bone
S ... ...*. I n. ..... BaiketbaU made Mr. and Mr. served for number of In fials
Captain Data by Sprinkle a yean II I
....... b ton*.a.:.:.. AM kW ...... II
rksd> e....) .Ir .n/ir Ik.* "".. Sprinkle, James Boiler, Clinton Rice Edward Baungarten directed a law enforcement officer. He wui I
........... IS ....1 .ter qll ,.Art. .JOM. MM W.R. K. R. M tit I. KAr Friar, Carl Motley, Bob Motley, group tinging, and Stanley Du- a member of Silver Palm Melhodlrt and i
$ h II I'll. IM. ., *, HM OIO<, rto. lot. I
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.': N wwlel. PkW44.., .n/.s pM.... I r OMW .kk Ik.* ...... *l On. UmttU Buddy BUiard. James Mackey. ,limba. School bandmatter playeda Church. In IM7. he took asa CrI .
III... .. Iln ,U..t DM 0oM, raw OUt Ooumin and Manager Day clarinet aolo. bride Mitt Emma: Hilda Lind-1 11-4.
1 W RAISIN gren. I I Hem
KtkMAN IAMINK"' I
'UilN RAMIH The survivors include: a eon |rondo
\.. MOM It. I'. tl *otr .I. llttl I Dairies' Wallace Graham, of Miami I 'trim

; two daughter. Mr*, t W tlngl,
JONES Meyer and Miat Helen Graham, 1 1 1 / / I Jams
ATTENTIONGROWERS and Iwo ,grandchildren Wallace by anone
Cato 4. ,.... werk M well .M MrraieniUe and Sharon Graham, all of Miami;
M ..,.... Why sped ...C1; 'i I two brother, Rufus K Graham, or Mi
,..r mM..t ... *f It.., Beep .It Jackaonvllle. and .J. D. Grahamof J V. I
home and\ walk.. H.ms.1.al .,... Lincoln, Neb; and a litter B Vet

AU makei. .f trnwrlleraboniht .C Mn. Ella M. Dunn of Tampa. !' tax

said an* ,.....,... IN TIll CIRCUIT (%IURT OF Tao r the 1 1I If
PI.IYPNTNUniCIA4: rmrillT. IN /fir f I Mlttlel&
N.w perUMe typewriter. andadetac AND rON DAD* XtUHTV fLUMIDA :'

--...... IN CHANCEIY.H... 111511NOTICK Insul.Matlc, a proven, ,time-tested 1
TO APPKAI ,
AU work guarante.d.lrstlmdse TAT co. 'Ia''...',. semf-plastis material will give your Xlr;
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glyn free Hit a. riKLANT M.. *t ol,, IVfMiliitUTO home a weather-proof 'coating of I I I hll'i i
i PHIL I. DILANY, oo* ANUrlINK aimI
I We\ limited M. UKLANY, kit .If. RoiMoM* u.. in white I with
'beauty 'or
are expecting a .- lasting 'Pastel 1
r..o. ne
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Our drug supplies If If ..... *ll ..h... '
of "I.In..1.-. Ne.r ., e*,- shades . equal to 15 coats of Me
Phone quantity ,...... .. \
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I are continually t__.. ..... .. ..IfiH oop of tli.|.. ordinary paint I Impervious to salt Itaelfwith
newed. wad 1Iot_.. .. ... 555 ..... I,
Many drugs .. b 1./.1/111/ air deterioration!
I plea NATIONAL RANK Or ROTH KBTKH : 'aeeori
exposed! to the air Chilean Nitrateof INDIANA. S U B. Unblol. ... !I.

1 suffer losses of potency M..S..t' Ids... ihrcf
Lou ILLI,5.ISsuIIRk.k1.. YOU SAVE MONEY i two.]
that render .I.saw..a RiacAYNK...e **I I."j.I MOW..: i

Try U. When You Need them ineffective after Potashthis "a"Doo,01.Mm<<*onlp Itof ,.I In PI.MS-.11o. ,, . because, for as little as $2 per

"A Jltlrcut a time. fll YOU* ss ARE oppMraor HKRERY* In Ik"KKQIJIR* Sb..Iyld.b. month we can waterproof, beautify Mitt)
or ...,... .. nan
noM. tk CNN loon of Itedroonl
( *, .'......... ., Ik.* Count Cluurl ACT NOW before Sum and insulate the average six to v.
Share When we Honor U Mlooil 1, DM* Coukty, '. '., onor
compound -
i month. Get order in orfor J.lr Mk. IMI,.to s Bill. of Oompl.l.l > possible Fall hurricanes seven-room residence.
your kroinht .. mer or
Uil..1 _._ ......71. your prescription FlorM... oarpontHM i. lnM, for p. 1h.'n-kr. TAT_CO.of r.ro
now if interested. r.o..NI.Me MH oi4ol. loot w.1r5ISsad damage )'our home investmentor
811..i ... we use only lut r* oj|'o*ot of mortjrovo ... t
8.....,.. (Meek UI) 1'" drugs that are as to ftirorlao praiiort* ...,.*...MAlnot....' ... tti tk.".* nlloiratlnMt..k...v. oooirlWd > endanger your family'shealth. 10 YEAR GUARANTEE i '
of MM Bill of ..... .
CnopUlnl will k.
One application
Facial pork __ TStBUSH'S I potent as at their IS r..4 tor P., . . covering waterproofing wear I Safe'tpoh'
Maaaag (plaJi) 15t Tki. PMIUUM. ,. .oru. TAT to M-co.*.Ubll.k> Pfcirlo.nwrtllmi four. one low cost! Investigate! and durability. Yes with Insul- I 1 I .
time of manufacture.This prlr.p oA11 ssd S _.... ..... pert*
.Is CombhiaUeii__Facial. ._ 15e : is important for F. E. I C. Fertilizer Co.Phone I w AWIIM ioro,4'"h., o IMI* Ik.*sell Hot. dsp MM. at w.AuiiwtI ... Mastic you have guaranteed posi. I i tw

lit I Ph. Miami : 8:1: 1 1INSULrfA
4-9510 protection
health. d Pubis' Boot-Mi
Mataebs 1'rt. __ Sa your ... .1 Itaito i oyntrloorMioi uaI: I In
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I' 8baDJ.. (Pieta) IIw I 16 .Homestead, Fla. TM. Pea*..mw.l.< to. foMloM of .M. _MM....nnrtiror.. web.N *..1 and romplrte Informalkm ef this 1 penalcold
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1-' psp.W Ie .b wok be .ho Pent revolutionary product . at ne are1
1 I I DIXIE N"I0.l Hnk of Rnchr.1taKlni ... ......._ .. obligation to Cord
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i Try One Meal and You'llReturn kl 10 .//1. ol MlUlrrol ooxirltr l... kv"cioor Bobb
i BarberShop DRUG .. tkno, or Ik.* MM Unk k.4 HM, rent
.. ..*.1.. ..... rwM kr tkm to thersI INSULMASTICWATERPROOFERS i .rel.
for N.lloMl ., .
Another atPasco's Bank Morknlor loci I.Moifiioioiif 'Vf
Oft CUt Ball .... .104 .N .1.51 ....1.. _k h UL Russ
Yew Madly lMASr/
Keiall Sterefa. of MOI wklrk roHiMlnnoirnt'
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:::::la.U11, loorooork_ .*..Mw four MJI >TIC LABORATORIES, Inc. Ii i

I .>.tr4 5115 on* rf Jon*, IMtE. > I R. LKATHkRMANClrrk : .
i Farm .House Restaurant Dole. c-of Small..., FlarMo Oust. 1752 8. W. tllh Lane, Miami. Fla. A I

5 ; 1 H,IMry M. O.> Clrrk FKIdK.. "", f\\ ..... I I
313 N. Flagler AVe. Homestead PALLOT I TATHAMora I

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and .lIm_. Protect them with regular Venetian Blind; Storm Shutters )j. : V'T' exclusive to Chvro/f/ 'In \tt\ tl.ldl'
cleaning.. Wi return them lovely to look at ,
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Buildings I 1 WORLD'S CHAMPION VALVE-IN-HEAD
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Are., BISCAYNE> TTU IIOMISTKAD: ,...a .
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until I Chevrolet LONGEST, HEAVIEST CAR IN ITS FIELD,
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(wttti Extra L.w-Prswr. Tired)

I' Announcing Come tee the new Chevrolet-/*. mod bees, di/M! buy o/ all-and' e eCENTERPOINT I,.

r we believe you, too will deckle that it gives more for your money. STEEKINO I

more 6ne-cat beauty, more fine-car feature, pore EXTRA e II.I.

VALUES of all knda-at|\ the lowed frit** and) with outstanding CURVED WINDSHIELD with.muomyr

of operation and upkeep I IMe PANORAMIC VISIBILITY

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iTrMsry,June 10,1949 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE
Pip Three
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MITCHELL LEADS Clara Stevenson and Billy Perkins Ana Lofton, -..... Dorothy R.H5. Groups Elect TilE WEATHER a.tmeT1.1.1' SLATED I I. 0. O. F .*.. The WlclbIf
I Lotge, qutateat, Mary Oyhea. meat I Officers for 19W-SO A rate at the Miami BaMya.ay I pemalt wag far rtm.XOTfCt .
Voted Best All-round II.ILS. Seniors boatful: Lola Ryeraan, tallest: -c.. = .. MMO! Aaaaelatton wilt"be ""
SOFTBALL PLAY Georgia mall beat figure, BettyJo JacUe. Everett was elected Siyr' .. .a1e haM fet&riret fttattat Ctrnlck
Jenkins, beet pereanaUty. provident of Beta Club, Redland June t MM MTI ttt M fftftiMWMI. MMMnyOAlfl evealag. Notice I* hereby given to all
fey GRA1E4 Clara Stownaou and Billy Royce AlburJ, prattteat eyes; John High School 'honor aocMy for June t MM MM G.41 patron of So Dade Quick FreeaePlant.
EfNNETH
Perkin were voted the bet all- Chandler, taunt: Bdward. Chandler :: POWELL INFANT ME the Mhool year of 1M -M. Betty June t. ., It M IIIT..*. AWAKKD CONTRACT Inc, that this pleat will
Horn won it* fourth straight round and meet popular girl and ahorteat, BUly Hutchinaon, Patty Lou Powell, threedayold Tarbert was mode vke preeMwtMarilyn ; June I *M It MU .Ormond D. Cask stag the ten- close down June IS, IM,and that
game Wednesday night by defeating boy in the Who Woo of Homestead cutest. : Joe Penis, beet phyelque; daughter of Mr and Mtt. Paul! ( Btthea, Ilerttar'otl'M'- June I IS 10 Mil tract tor construction of the DeW all locker must be emptied by
Mltchtll 11-1 Harvey Rut High School aenlor elm Donald Dents, prettieet hair K. PoweU of Naples, died June SIn urer; Jeanette Johnson reporter; June T II M ,.... home of Hlp-Slfy laundry on that date. '
bolstered for Home .in the ninth Clara was dubbed also the culact Cecilia Tomaaal was voted to be James Archer Smith HocpllalThe Geraldine Lewis. social chairman; June I SO7 30.OJ 0)0 N w. rirrt at. lust WIlt of the i (Signed) B. H SPACH Receiver
toning with ont matt aboard girl and Billy, the toUleet and the prettiest girl and the girl body wa aent by Turnet' and Janice Lee, program dlllr- ----------
Funeral Home to Fort Myer lor
the wittleat boy and the boy with .
Jolla Pokomo and Rut etch collected having the prettteet" eye) Jennie'
man.Officw
three hit for the ricton.OKU the beat personality I Lu Davie. mott likely te eueeeed funeral services and burial.J01CC elected Tuesday by the
Cloninger wand hitting Other male winner were: Jack moat studious' : Jo Ann Lewrr, I Thespian( Society are: Sarah STOP LOOK &
honor for Mitchell with four hit Morris, belt looking, moat dignified JoUieet and wlttteat: Helen Tom- ; ENNIS ELECTED: Rodgers, president, John Hughes, LISTENr:
in five attempt Mitchell cored belt dressed, neatest, quietest erlin. beet muddao shortest; Joyce: Ennl was elected secretary vlce>pr ildent; Grace Y|.Huaeemtary ,
air time in the sixth on live hit and mOlt bashful: Johij Ruehla, Doris Craddock mOlt dignified: of the 194V-50 Homestead I Jerry LapMneulmtreaturtr .
, and the help of two Borne error beat musician mont alhkUt, melt t Grace Roper, moat athletic: Mar- High School student council at a : Geraldine Douborlry, .j
. Crtmk All Stan edged HUleih Induitrloui: Russell Horns molt ..ret Dullard prettiest hair, meeting Friday with this year'scouncil reporter; Jeanette Johnson clerk: BEFORE YOU BUYDid
.11-4, Thursday night in IS inning' likely to euccccd moat atudlou: Marian Anderson peat dressed,_. in the school auditorium.: and George. Drcmler parliamentarian -
Herman Thorn and Steve Biondo ---
At assembly Friday, 20 hew
| each contributed triple! for,
' memben were tapped by the
Crlm a. Fred Rhode blotted two

I James Ingle* Simmons and drove let In seven two down run: As an Introductory Offer, to Apply Thespians In a dramatics society for. They those ere Interested -: you know you can purchase ;

by of strikeouts and walked Jeanette' Johnson Geraldine Lewis,I the advertised
way Only to the First5, Cars Barbara llarrlKm, Janet Wag 1 following nationally
none. t
I goner, Allene Odom Geraldine:
Mltmhill used 11 hit and II I Douberley,.Marilyn Ucthea,JII119Ev.rett radios and appliances'and be pro- i
V. f. W. error to defeat the tt Deity Torbcrt, Janice
t
Vet 13-S Friday nleht' Atoll Lee, Myra Jane Dushor Grate tected with parts and service from ,
knocked a triple to right field for t Yiaitua, Sarah Rodgers George
the longest hit" of the content for Jim SawyerSays Bremlcr, David Jensen John our stores?
Mitchell.
Hughes Jimmy Murtccy, Jerry
Saturday night Crlm won its Lapwninhn, Phil llarrlU and ,
riULCO EMEKSON: -I. & H. HUNTER
bib game J.I. from Adam I Tommy Hooker. : ;
Dairy of Key West Karl Green JACUZZI-DURO COOK SUNBEAM :
hit 'a in lIe A'eublR i
triple the fourth for Ray
Crlm. Ed Tomerlln double I TO.\STMASTEIt GENERAL MILLS\ -UNIVKRSAL I. .
with two mate on base gave I From Key Wl'Iit Con\cnt : : SILEX CORY MANNING '
Crlm the victory flies Ray Gene Neublf' has returned > ;
Monday night Mitchell put I Will Paint Your Car to spend the lumincr, herewith -APEX-AUTOMATlc-mON.-.
Itself two game ahead of Home her' parenta Mr. and Mn I RITE EVERIIOT HANDY HOT CAN-
with a ..1 victory over the "- Bruce C. Neublg after graduation
FIELD DECCA
RECORDS.
second: placer John Delta snared I from the Convent' of Mary -
I hitting honors for the evening with Immaculate of Key W e.t
I 1 three tingle John Kartyi got (any make) Mr and Mn. Neublg went to 25 Years Experience in Sales&Service
two.>> hit for Home r Key West for the commencement'
, StandingW I : activities whlc Included clain
I night at which Mia Neublg war
L CD Pet ,
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Mitchell .... 6 S .. .. .1115 hlitorlan They aim vdtnelled her
Home 7 I I 4f6KT.WM6 Initiation Into Squill and Scroll Homestead Music & Co.
7 I" .418 For $40.00 honor associate society editor\ Mill of Neublg the aihool wan 1 Appliance

Patrol I paper and of the year book.OTI.'I .
(Safety Box 591 32 N. Krome Ate. Phone 149
On Camp at Marathonfifteen NMm M h.IMU TO l ITtN',..NMOI.USN eh.I'let' a.aal.attn..5 I
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member of Homestead KM Fowl tmlllirf C m| will b.HmwlMul '
hold M tM ,drake .f the Cevn1. at

potnor Safety Patrol Prescott and Wood the, are patrol expected (Metal\ work extra). You choose the ,I..I/IIh r a..6nN tlp,. .Ilm-Ml III m.drari.as 1n, ..ih TivmliMr* r and in_tran.Jin.ot.......'.14.-"... :
to return tomorrow from w.I, Mho balmar .q ache ..,... WINDOWSAluminum
at Marathon color and we guarantee for one year. ,I..pwllnr., .
a two-day camping trip 1W 'tobY, ._.....,
A. D. FOOL" a..r TTw_
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In the group, which earned ex- NOTItK -MlfAIINII ow l'HANh1Ile
pen t money by telling\ candy and FA1haO. ' OHDINAVIKNOTIIK . Awning; Steel Casement
l IIH1KHY IVKN thai Ik.Ihntn
cold drink at the baseball game I I I rltl ('..unrl, I'm.t.. a.o d UroIln....
are' Cerrltt Holdrum, Jr., Roy :NuAMS a U..1a.dlnr l U.. minimum Oa a.''.+wulmnff ac, ,,,t Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double.Iluhg I
Gorday Tommy reene,. Keith f>r all rwtftWMM end kulMlnr In Nina
Eaker, Carl Smith, Bruce Ennl, PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. Kl e-end.t .111 f.of..IHIKm to. PAIMa a, No.d t le kfH > Romf Aluminum Jalousies Romf Glass Jalousies
Bobby Shiver Joe Torclie, War p.= : :llMu4rUK I
u> pan locH of*|i n
reed Grave Charles Brown, Rich-: Body and Paint l ept. tea ,
. ard Daniey, Olin Wright, Jr.,: S. Kromc Ave. at 5th St. Homestead Moadn All iwwni, Jun.an ash"IwtAr" ,). Cap iinllfM'Ooiiwll ttul will q i' .
Russell Orawdy and Al Beard. MAd a nubll. mwllni, HI. whlek Um. ."
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Outsells all other cars Applied under hood, fen ler*.
floor and rhaacli. Kerpi new
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\ n IN 308 MARKET AREAS Texaco One-Stop


Station IS EASY -

" sir From North, South, East, and West, the records are pouring in. Actually, REODY KILOWATT

in 54 market areas, Hudson is outselling all other cars, regardless of price! R. II DONE BON A S Your ElsrtriC Servant

: 9' 0 C. In 254 additional market areas, Hudson is outselling: all other can except '. N. Kroroe Ave. llomrittad ll, II r

: the three lowest-priced makes! .. .
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'1 lUlL IT 'DENT COUNCIL WEDDING BELLS WILL KING SATURDAYFOR
GIVE MATING PARTYMiss
Joyce! Cuter won the KATHLBBN CAMPBELL, C. S. YAUGItAN I

H . Social Events in South Dade . . orchid eoiwge' door prize at the '
I skating party sponsored Monday Wedding bell will ring Saturday of Mr. and Mrs C. S. Wynn
night by the H. H. S student for Mia Thelma Kathleen of Miami.
council for high whool ttudent Campbell, d u MK. of Mr. end The ceremony will take placeIn
.t Starland Roller Rink The Mrs A. L. Campbell, of Nerenja, the Little Chapel of Allapattah
i ARCHILOU ADAMS AND GLENN DALE FRIX1'VEDDED JUNE CAMPAIGN TO RUE LISA DIETEL AND CARL SCHEUPLEIN orchid and cottage for each of and Carter S. Vaughan Jr., lion Methodist. Church in the pretence
Ii I' OLDSTERS OP COMMUNITY I the girl donated by
guests were of member of the fcmllle ate
I TUESDAY IN METHODIST; CIIUKCH A party for elderly people of PLAN GARDEN WEDDING) FOR JUNE 19 John Melcan of Homestead Floral and Gift Shoppe. The management elm' frlendi Two hundred guests

the community will\ be given late made no charge for ue of have been Invited to the reception
Mire Archllou Adam, daughtert orchid Temporarily, Mr.and MrsFrlx tnlt month, II June I ii old folk A garden wedding II I being the bride, will be groomtmen. MRS. BUCHANAN NOW the rink. to be held at the Vaughan I
I : Mrs E. Z. Thompson, became will make their home in month, announces Mrs B. W.' planned by Mlu Lisa Dietel who Two other brother of the bride, W. .. C. S. TREASURER Parent of participating tu- home, 1718 N. W. 45lh '1.. Immediately I
th*'bride of Glens, txi Frix. ton Tuicalooia where they will be Iteventon, community missions' will become the bride of Carl Lothar and Eberhard Bidet, will Mn. E. A. Buchanan WM elect dent were chaperone at the after the ceremony
of Mr. and Mrs J, L. W* Of graduated this rammer from the chairman for rim Baptist Church Scheupleln of Miami on Sunday, under ed treasurer of Flnt Methodist I
I ,.AlbertIUs. Ale... In I ceremony Unlvenlty of Alabama Community-wide eo-operatlon June 19, at the Dietel home on Daughter of Mr. and Mn. Walter W. S. C S. Tuesday to tucceed
performed by the Rev. J. E. Jenklni A graduate of Elmore County in a special effort to brighten the Naranj road Dietel, Miss Dietel I* 'a .ttu- Mrs E. S. Capllnger. A vote of
Tuesday tv nln| In Flrit.Methodlit High School In Eclectic, Alt, the !lv a of olditen 1* asked by Mrs Mlu Suzanne Weber will be dent of Interior decoration at thanks was given Mn. Capllnger
! Church. bride attended Florida State Unl- Stevenson, who says, "Maybe, we maid of honor, and Mill Rhoda Miami Technical High School The for eight yean of service Philco Home Freezers
; Standard .of. Ester flues and venlty and ti now a senior In the will find the effort *o rewardingthat Cole and Miss, Liu Kocnitier will future bridegroom, ton of Mr and A devotional program on "God'i
I. ,white pennies and gladioli decorated college of education at University .e will not limit the project be bridesmaids Robert Scheup Mn Ernest Scheupleln of Montgomery Loving Klndnu"'wai presentedby
the church, end Illumlna- of Alabama. She participated in to June, but will extend It the leln of Miami will be but man N. Y, majored In aircraft Mrs Ceo T. Ranton and Mrs
'tIon was provided by whit cathedral the professional organltatlon of year-round for his brother, and Norman Well designing at the Academyof O. U Showalter.
taper In three candelabra. the elementary education council At I meeting of W. M. U Circle and Robert Dietel, I brother of Aeronautic In New York City, Mn. Geo. Eitell reported thai
Mr. Wm. Mumlwhit ions kt |the unlverilty and I ts I member Four\ on June S at the home of Jennie Lobdell Circle entertained
"At Downing", "I, Love You of Pi Tau Chi, national honor Mrs Gordon W. Ivey, initial PARENTS ANNOUNCE COMING MARRIAGE member of the Junlo t choir with
society of Christian leadership in I a picnic in the park last week
Truly" and "The Lord Pray* plant were.made for the party In
'to accompaniment played by the Wesley Foundation.The which the women of the other OF MOVIE STARLET, IRMGARD DAWSON Mr J. ,A McNeil), Mn. H. IV
Arthur Brandenburg, organist bridegroom It I graduateof church will be liked to perU Brown and Mr. Martin Frame .
who tlM played the traditional Woodlawn High School In cipate. All elderly people of the I Mr. and Mrs Walter Dletel of Leavitt, Hollywood radio and were named publicity chairmen.A e'
'Wedding marches Birmingham and Snead College in community' are invited to the ; Minnie rd. are announcing the screen writer. After the wedding, report on the recent open
Given In marriage by Mr"Thompson Boat, Ala. Now a aenlor In the party, and they will be recipient approaching marriage of their which will take place June 17 In house of the Methodist Latin
the bride was radiant college of commerce and business of special kindnesses during the i daughter, Mlu Irmgard Dawson, Hollywood, the couple will honeymoon Center in Miami was given by
in a gown of Ivory dipper satin administration at the university, month Mr*. Stevenson lay. Hollywood movie starlet, to Gen In Mexico. Mrs J. D. Redd. Al secretary
made with sweetheart neckline h* l la a member of Beta Alpha Pit, tuppliet Mr*. Redd reported alto
4 ; professional accounting) fraternity, The bride-to-be, WhOM real the IOClet,'. gift of two sheets
long pointed ileevei, fitted I barqueand I :
WALSH-CUNNINGHAM VOWS li Mrs
WILL BE READ name Irmgard Gannon,
treaiurerof to the
long, full skirt sweeping Into and of PI Tau CM. He I II center. The open house was
I short train. A tiara! of seed the council of the Wesley I SATURDAY IN CHURCH OF LITTLE FLOWER! appears In Monogram Studios attended,also, by Mr, A. R. Me).
films under the ot
screen name
L the Mr hem J Mrs H L and Mri
,pearls held In pine her finger Foundation. During war Brown I
Frlx served with the army In the I Irmgard Dawson E. E. King r
tip-length veil of illusion, and the \
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Mill Elizabeth Frances (Lee) Boulevard In Coral Gablei the
,wore I pearl necklace, gift of the European theatre. of Coral Gables bride li I graduate of .
On Monday; the bride entertained Cunningham and NOrthWtll.j I
,bridegroom. She carried a while of ern University, For the MRS EDWIN LAWRENCE COMPLIMENTED I
luncheon in honor Matthew
at LanighanWalih of Coral
Dible with white orchid
:and ahowered topped with a atephanotli, her attendant and Mlu Runnels, Cable and New 'York will be education yean, the hal Instructor been girls'at Redland physical WITH SHOWER AT HOME OF MRS\ PAUL
who will become the'' bride of
: Mn, Allen Eaton of HenderionVlllo united In marriage at 11 o'clock High School. I .
: matron of honor, wore a Orval and d. Irwin talisman on June roses 14. were Pink Saturday morning in the Churchof During the war, Mr Walsh Mrs Edwin Lawrence was hon Wollam, Mrs James Wollam:Mrs. \

'i gown of pink shadow organdy used yellow for decoration of the tibia the Little Flower In Coral served ai an officer in the In. ored with a shower Friday eveningat M. D, Jacobten, Mrs Harry
made wjth} fitted bodice, matching Present, In addition to the hoitcu I Gable fantry. At present, h* I II associated the home of Mrs A. E. Paul Bishop, Mn. Geo. T. McConnell ,, '\. \- .
velvet ash and long, full klrt. Daughter of Mrs Vincent Wit- with Florida National Bank In Mn A. A. Miller, Mri. R. '
and the honor guest were Hostesses were Mrs, Eaton Ander-
\ Yellow row and carnations Ham Cunningham of 2848 De Solo Coral Gable Crow, Mn. C. O. Robertson, P.I J
formed her half-hat and olds Mrs V. M. Crennell Jt., Mn I .. IOn, Mr, H. V. Jones, Mrs R D. E. A. Smith, Mrs Fred ,
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Mr Allen
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QoaldlaOrenncll Wayne McGlnnli and Mrs Paul Mrs C. J. Merren and Mn. Rich
fashioned notrgay Miss
Eaton Mill Helen Moye, Mica MRS JOSEPH M. BURTON COMPLIMENTED ;
maid of honor, I ard Schmunk
wore I Antoinette Move and Mils 0011I A pink and white color scheme
"nimilar'gown, yellow In color, and die Orennell SATURDAY WITH' SURPRISE TEA, SHOWERwere was carried out In the floral'dec-
her flower headdress and nosegay A rehearsal supper for the orations and In the refreshment I i
were pink. Doth wore old-fiih- I wedding at the , of cake, and .
party was given Mr Joseph M. Burton wt served also course punch mints e
'toned cameo locket, gifts( o( the home of Mrs A, S. Moye Monday. honored with eJeurprla tea and Each guest Inscribed good Favors were miniature pink and

bride.. night by Mn Moye and Mri. chewer on Saturday afternoon by wishes in I baby book which waipresented white parasol y
The best man was Billy Frlx Eaton. Mrs John W. DeMllly,' Mrs Worrit to the honoree. Cor- Contest prizes were won"byMri. .
''of Albcrtivllle brother of the After the rehearsal Mill Goal- H. Brltton'and'Mr*.,T. Randolph sages, the gift of Dr. Burton, Were D. H. Delllnger, Jr., Mri. R.
bridegroom Uiheri were Mlle. Alt Orennell entertained for the Jones at the'home of Mrs worn by the honoree, hostesses J E.!: Sherord Mrs Ansel Barrow fr
Adams of Kttthlkin, Alaska bride with a mlirellaneou ..how.er 1. 1. Hood. and their assistantsJewelry and Mrs Harris V. Belt. 4e
brother of the bride, and Billy at the Orennill home on Rote
Pink roses, pink gerbert daialeaand The
gifts were placed In a pink
fellowitudent
Brown of Homestead, -
of yellow roiei
rd. Arrangement
blue plumbago used for blue
were and decorated for
ba..Inet)
of the bride and bridegroom and marigolds were used for decoration
decoration ot the 'living
{ room presentation to the honoree.
lit Unlveraliy of Alabama.
For presentation to the t l
mule room dining room and
Corsages of white orchid and honoree, the gift were placed In Present, besides those mentioned -
which thrown together.
porch were
pink carnation were worn by two Japantei parasols, and tiny Gift .were placed In were Mri. Wayne Lawrence
MM. Thompson, mother of the parasols were given for favori an Mrs Chal. Robertson, Mrs '
,bride, and Mr. Frlx, mother of Contest prizes were won by:Mr. antique mahogany cradle and on J. R. Baker, Mrs Ted Beam Mrs Models\ available : .t'l, 1. ..
table which bore
:the bridegroom Mrs Thompson Geo Eitell, Mrs Wayne Lawrence <. a nearby stork a large r Albert W. January, Jr., Mrs C.S.
In light blue crepe and lace wore Mill Adam and Mn David plastic Fortenberry, Mrs Robert Bras- 193'Benson
R white picture hat and other Fredrick. Cake, Ice cream and Mri. J. L. Burton and Mrs E. well, Mrs J. E. Close, Mrs A. O. ARO
acceuorlea of white. Mrs Erie in punch were ,,"ed. B Blackburn poured tea and Cain: Mrs Jerry Colburn, HaroldM.
navy blue sheer wore a picture Present beildei those men rot/,.. from silver services on a Campbell Mn. Velma Greene,
hat and other accessories of tinned were Mrs Herbert Evan- table laid with I cut-work linen I .In. W. B. Cave, Jr., Mrs J. B. Electric Co.

.matching hue. t' I Ir, Mri.ll, U drown, Mrs Tho cloth. The individual, cakes and Sharp, Mlu Helen Moy and Miss Dixie DrugYour
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After the ceremonyq; a reception. 'OllineolMra MteraZaloaNrs ,white mint were emboued, in s Antoinette Maya Gift were tent Friend ,
Rexall !Store! '
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Was held la the church toclal hall V. M. Grennell, Jr., Mn. Carl*. pink rose design A variety of ,0, by Mrs Lewis Murray, Mrs O. J. Princeton, Fla. Phone 412
decorative nor d'ouvrti and nuts .
which was decorated with arrangement > ton R. Singleton, Mri. J. E. Jenkins -
of Easter llliei and Mn. A. S. Moye, Mrs E. Z. I
white peonies and gladioli. Pink Thompson, Mrs S. F. Matthews, BAPTIST WORKERS TO GO Repairing ea Open 24 Hours, A
and whit candle w.relied on Mrs J. L. Frlx, Mrs John Fred I TO RIDQECREIT ASSEMBLY Prembe ] Day

the refreshment table which were rick, Mr*. Bewle D. Cut, Mn. H. Sunday school workers of First Waltham, Elfin, BuloVl'snR LUNCHES PACKEDFor
covered with ecru lace cloths over E. Thurman, Miss Hope Runnels I Baptist Church had a record Other Nationally AdrertUrd ;f tT AflW iGrt
pink satin Mrs V, M. Qrennell Mlu Mary McNeil), Mlu Mary tendance Tuesday evening at .t.l. Early-rising Fishermen.
and Mn Carleton Singleton Boynton, Mill Helen Moye and monthly covered dish supper WATCHESGDT Good Sirloin f
served the( three-tier white brldul Miss Antoinette Mo)'.. Gift were fellowship mteUn,. Plans wen JEWELItyDIAMONDS Steaks Chops, Shrimp, '\
rake, topped with miniature figures ,I ant by Mrs Thoi. J. Feeney, made for some of the workers to Golden Fried Chicken '
of a bride and bridegroom. Mn. Donald Cross, Mrs L. Greenwood attend the mummer assembly atRldgecreit
Punch waa poured by Mrs V. M.Grennell and Mri. J. L. Ballard. N. C. A report on pro. GLADES RESTAURANT YOUR NEW
Jr., Mri. Wayne Lawrence motion work during May listed II. E.. Arnaud :
and Mil Hop Runnel BILL STEVENSON Ill visits, SOS letter and cads I ,
AIM nerved were green and white GIVES STAG PARTY and 100 telephone cilia Ten new II 8, Krome Ave 176 .. KROME AYE, HOMESTEAD
mint, hand-mad by an Alabama Bill Stevenson entertained atan member were reported. I
girlhood. friend of the bride' overnight lUg party Saturday - KITCHEN"O
mother. Mlu Helen May kept night at nil homes)n N. E. 12th
the bride' book, and Mlu Antoinette it After attending the late movlH,
Moy was In charge ct all the gueit were served I midnight

arrangement For their week-long honeymoon snack In the party were Bill Byrd, Practical Gifts for Father's
,. i trIp, the bride wore a navy ihark.tkut Chat Garret, John Boss, TommyDour DayJune
( suit, pink and navy accei Bill and Bob Holland J. .
I i aunts, and I corsage of white W Routon and DeWItt Emerllng: I :
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HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISEVN
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- Mr and Mr J. Calhoun Beau student Qeoraje
Yates at
laker HAJUflf-....ltog. ..... ... ,
ckasAp, Mr Grace eWe .
McL. Smith Tech le ef.eetod te tkl M lent with erne thaw 4M I .
and frank Smith& left Ut week week to spend two weeks with I I ADVERtIsING see* treotai. esY.a.N.1.OAT ....... pomag loll sans rock ;

> In and Jlround fer their homes In Oeortste area Ms poratita,, Mr. and Me*. C. 17Isiker. CLASSIFIED Um-.TERMC.. tIlL.i-A.Hi NomieleedRADIO 241-K Wrlat. Rt. 1, BM
I vtett here at the home of Mr before retuntiM *e At-

l and Mrs. Jet i. Reba sen. M,. teas fer the NiMmr siaslsei.Oueet { FINI= 2-b1se.s hem.eay REFAm-QuWt .. .
ly n and Mr. beauchamp,, nephew.; and 8eti"dar at the laker r lie U**. I pose 511: ,JaMnied AD wet guarantee*, es frtoaereaeanabte. vioe

nice' of Mrs Robinson, and Mr. home were Mr Hlph\ Ham aft _. : MIl' ethed-21t711.. Robert J. roeka,
I.rettah lf' Homestead Smith returned to Williamson, H. c., Mra. John .
t>f Cherryrtlle, I I Caves see, .aet liMa e* Paler
I f' Ga, and Mr*. Smith mather of Limerick of Gastonia, N. C, and l-beeroom FVKNltHXD home Drive. Florida City. Phone n4-".
nre.M Mrs Robinson, went to Orl/fln to Mrs Frank Seagle of KtuahapoUa, Cemttery & Mausoleum FOR BALK I ta DOWNTOWN LOCATION,
--- --- .. spend the summer. En route home, N. C. OQ double corner tot with PAINTING, decorating water
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- n Mr. and Mrs Harold C. Had- Mrs a M Williamson of they stopped ever at Dot Tower and Mrs Howard Jones Woodlawn Park Cemetery garage and like aewrtment of proofing and glialng. Ud.......
Mr. Poult Albert BarkerRichard
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han| ,,: ford of Miami are parent of a Augusta, Qa., the former Mar and Silver Springs left Monday for their home toPaoll. M80 8. W. lib St, Miami Rd. and W.Win Dr. fruit ONLY $ ,too. phone 745ft121))
..,. alx-pound daughter born June f 1 Patricia Robinson, with her I Phone .-,M
Im- baby, Mrt. Fred Kalus ls visiting( In Pa. after two-week visit
a Phone 740-R.
(pile) New frame Grove mowing Carl EndHch RtI
in Doctor1 Hospital, Mr. Meeker Trlaha, arrived by plane Wednesday A wide selection of cemetery lob stucco i-bedroon ,
SL Louis, her former home. U Florida City with Mn. Jones'brother I I.at
,* home with Box 4.., Homestead
carport on I old
u the former MU Dorothy Wol- for a aiX'week visit with her at moderate prlcM available from acre
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hot everything
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1 new U. S. No. 1 LetcbworUi place, Kings hwy.)
cott of Homeatead. parents, Dr. and Mr*. C F. RobIntoa Mr. and Mr. C B. Christensen large untold eeiiieteiy acreage. 4,000
; left Tuesday to spend the summer ...........--...-.........- Community mausoleum ot JU.er'pte fenders. Ted Wellbrooe (Mlf)
The Rev and Mr*. Martin R Service Silver Palm near Newton -
In flint, Mich their former JAMES AECIIEE IMnII and IIIchtt. I acre cleared land In very
i Davis, who attended the Florida Mrs Lawrence; ; -Pope suffered home. HOSPITAL NEWS.N..N.NH.NNN.N.NNN..NM : (JIG) I desirable reiMenUkl section; FLOOR SANDING and FINISH '

Methodist conference In a heart attack SUnday ._ I HIGH and DRYI 1200. IMG, Install oak and pine floor,
I Lakeland, expert to be on vacation A house gust last week of Mr. FOR RENT I Mahogany tr.ee( alngly or by the asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum I
until July 2. They plan to Dick and Bob Huff sons of Mr and Mrs O. W. Drldfer of titranja Medical patients, Mrs. Norse hundred all sites 50c up. Fred 2-bedroom CBS home In NEW Dy ph. 511-W; nlghta 117-W. ;
: visit In PltUburg with Mr. Davis'brother and Mr a 0. Huff, expect to was Mr*. Drlfgers' aunt Danny Mr. A. K. Campbell Mr. Ftich. Ph. B21-W. (pill) ) condition; TERMS TO SUIT?
leave Saturday for Nell Schumacher, Mra Mary] I store building located *t Ml S, WC: DO reliable antes repalnng. I
.1." John E. Davis! in Washington Tallahassee to Mr Mary N. Cowsrt of Weu- i
Hermeny", Cyrus Lawrence and Fuller .ve. ph. es. (JIG-It) I Oolden Seabrlght BANTAM Wood Jewelry, McCrory Arcade.
( D. C, and Bloomfield N join their uncle and aunt Mr chula _, FOR COMPLITIlttAL \
J., and to attend Klwanl International and Mrs Thad Shore, for a three- John Lapeenaohn of Homestead; Lovely. newly furnished room,,I CHICKS and white African (a2tf)
convention In Atlantic month stay In Regina, Saskatchewan ')Ir. and Mrs. A L. Campbellof surgery patlenta,MIN Platen Dent private ihowtr private MI. guinea Fred Fucha Ph. 82J-W. ESTATE SERVICE **e .
their Canada Karsnja) visited last week In and Charles Watson, Jr, el MIaml trance Ph. ....a. (JIO (pill) IT YOU U HAYS: anything to sell
Un. Safety Harbor at the home of John Steele! of Goulda, Edw RICHARD FUCII3 or :you\ need anything visit I
at University of Miami today, will Mrs, Rent Culndon left Saturday Mr. Campbell' mother Mr* O. Owens of Perrlne and Henry Small furnished house on big lot, BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS avalleW the Swap Shop We buy mattresses '
attend two two-week by plane to spend two weeks W. Campbell, who has been ill. rrld.... 11''t. of Homestead. |50. ECIIOE JORDAN Reg It all time Homestead Flora Registered Brokeror In food condition itovea. l'
training In Mokena, 111, her former dome. broker,Ph. 7J.. W. Kings Jllah.w. and'Gift Slioppe 122 N.W. 4th M, John H. Hale, Salesman Ice boxes, eta The Swap Shop,
cruises with the USN Reserve and Mrs. R. R. Swllley of Naranjaand .,. cor. 2nd .... (sill;) 227 8. Flagler Ave Homestead. t
visit In Toledo Q. oio) Ph. 44$ or l-W P.O. Box $$}
Mrs. Don Ferreyra, student al son, Clyde, are visiting In ; i iI Phone 41-
Back In Homestead Allen University of Mismllay school, Wood River Ill, at the home '.room cottage, completely furnished FLOOR SANDINO and FINISHING Members of Chamberof ,
are began summer classes, Monday Mrs Swlllty's son-in-law ofl MS month. g29 N. W. ,, Install oak and pine floors, Commerce Floor Sanding; and flnlshlnf
pope, etudent at Peabody's Te.ch.en' asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum.
nlnht Asphalt and rubber 111*. Phone
daughter Mr. and Mr* Ceo 2nd ave. (J10-U)
College In Nashville Tenn, I I Day ph. JIl-W nights I17-W. 12T-W. (mchStf: )
and John Pope student at Florid Kern,Eake-;; returned( Monday -:. son.Mr1 I v BEAU.SEET1CK I and I-bedroom furnished
State University, Mir Mable Ruth from Victoria.HosplUl In I and Mrs. John M. Brown kitchenette cottages Reasonable Homestead Glass Co-OU i for !-room house with bath'", furnished SIB ALEX LANIER for well
Pope, who has been teaching this Miami to his home here. >f:Coconut Palm dr. and daughter I rate PlMwnt grounds for children. all purposes We do steel aaah electric kitchen, 2 large drlllIn,. Comer Krome ave
year In Rawlins, Wyo. will travelin Nancy, left this week on v*<. Immediate Service Redland Court, Ph. 284-R-4 glaring and glaring ot all\ types loti, fruit tree In Princeton, 1 and NK. 10th at Phone UH-W,
Mr. B A. TlbbiU will leave 201 N. Krome. Phone 171.
the West before coming home. cation. They plan to visit In I (JS-tf, ) blk. from highway Reasonable
Tuesday for
Mr, and Mr. Walter flutike at the home 'of an her extended brother Mill In Auburndal with Mr and Mr C. CONCRETE BLOCKS all lite. price Inquire'Underwood across
Apartment for rent. Phone 86-W. from Well Naranja, WANTED
Wishing ,
H putterldge, who mad their Reasonable Prices
are spending a two-week vacation Kent City, Mich,. and ,shorter boom here when Mr. Gutterldge (minJ10)Room ) Bruca'i Block Co., Naranja) P15.Phone (polo)
In an automobile tour bf Georgia, visits with relative and friendsIn 573.
Alabama and Tennessee Canada Her nephew, Bob was each at Redland High School, and board, $11 wk. Ph.
Stark of Kent City arrived Sat and in Cleveland,, Ga, with Mr Quality Workmanship 503-B (mSOU) 10 're-a In glade, part virgin, Ben). Warren Morris
Mr. and Mrs. C O. West returned and Mrs W. H. DIUel of Naranja and 2 acre plneland. Talbotl
urday to be her chauffeur the
on
to Alice, Tex. Tuesday trip north rd. After accompanyingMrs. ENJOY THE BEACH THIS SUMMER rd. 200 ft south of Jlalnlln. $1,100eellh Rrglitered Real Estate BrokerI Wanted
r after a visit with Homestead Brown and Nancy to their summer e. 2-2-bedroom cottages at $1400 term. Phone homestead I buyers for email trarii
friends. While here they were Mrs. R. C. Reynolds left,Thursday home In Franklin, N. C. Mr. ENGINE OVERHAUL 4)) Seabreeze' Ave. $30 per week. 570-X-M-1 (pjlO) of glide land des buyer tot '
guests of Burrell Joiner at Hotel of last week for a vacation ot .Brown will to to Met Springs for Ph. IIM7 Fort Lauderdale Plentyof 100 A. potato land. To Nuy ,
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Seminole two week In New ,York City thf baths. Before they return toheir o room for the children. For aale or lease-My place on 131 S. Kreme A... Pfc. Ill
/home here, the Brown will MOTOR TVNE-Vr (mZO-jlO) Key Largo :3 niL N. of Tav
tlsit relative In Philadelphia,, ,",Ier. (pjlO) ORANGESLUCERNE'S
VI bbur,. Mis*.. ,and Alexandria o Cottage in Redlind, > rooms, bath MISCELLANEOUSXtftRE
ind Monroe, La.Mrs. FRONT END AUONMENTBOOT partly furnished 140, Including 2-be 0PAINTING light, water Ph. 441-R-4. (pjlO) 2 lots, priced to aoll. Bee *
II >Mr IW U. M .... M Ml >4rk. 1t t "James' C. Vied, stale preil- at 205 N W. tlth at or phone T. : normal permanent wave ;r:
Maw NIl dent of the V. f. W. Auxiliary, 0. 2-RM. APT. S. Redland rd. Edgar C Shackleford,, Miami 823388. Not fatter, not cheaper, but
GAMIIBI clone. .O\'ERINGI /returned Friday' from an official AND FENDER Barber Rt, 1, Box 21, Homestead (13-10)( ) better, Ruth Halrdreailng Studio Flerlda. City e. Mxle Iflerav
... m w ..< SIC trip to DeLand. On Monday Mr. REPAIR t Ip13)( ) )
Phone 151
and. Mrs Vann entertained Mr o BARGAIN REDUCEDI! Unfinishedbut (13-tf): )
irnd Mrs. Chaa. Morris of Lake BEAT COVERSUPIIOMY71RING Jerry" Mower call Doug at livable 8-rocm, bath and Oo fiihlng with tap" Ike Smith. Phone 537-J after 6 .p.m.
Park Mr. Morris Is a state officer C II?. 130 N. W. tth at. (HOtf)) porte cochere house Including Shark River 'and Whitewater

:of the V. r. W, and Mrs.. Morris 2-BEDROOM APT. furnished much material and fixture to Bay area. Tarpon specialty, Ph
rta e past slat president 0 prefer adults, no pets Jesse complete, plod 10 acres good soil 414-J. P. 0. Box M7, Homestead
black road with utllltlei and Will buy all the wood roses you
UNDERCOATINGFORCEIAINIEDYO Gasman, Redland on (PUT
i M-;;;;; rd. and Mowry ) have. Write R. Wirth, 130
Chas. r. of Florida City ft Ph. 520.& a22tf good neighbor Only $3800.
i 1* en a business trip to Detroit ( ) 30 acrea-will divide-deep East\ expert refrigeration service all Malaga Av., Coral Gable., 'Ia.jiGIT .
ABOUT rind Marine City Mich.Mrs. o I new half-bag cement mixer Olade $165 an A. ELEANOR : makes. Field Welding Shop ( )
LtJBIIC4T10NQlNIUL Ph. 147. Tower-Crow. (m2ltn) FROSCHER REALTOR Phone I Princeton 541-R-l (pjlO)
ADVICE I A. L> Barmen has returned o 215-J. (3I)
after a two-week stay In I-room upstairs apt, gas stove, Tressmaklng and alteraUon at
WEU- tome, Ca. where aha visited heron EEPAIEI' freshly KantoiMd, frlgldaln 2 lot on Key Largo 50x320 ft : No. IS 1 Arcade Open dally "on.d. .
I and daughter-in-law Mr. and A COMPLETE C RVMPER TO. Come see It Alao down-itaira Inquire at My Place, 2 ml. N ., through Saturday, except WANTED.Sewing
Mrs Felton Barmen Mrs. felon porch room. Mr*. Maud Chandler, of Tavernler (pill) Wednesday p. m. Mr*. Charlotte I
Brannon who I* 111, Mr. Bran BUMPER SERVICES : Silver Palm dr. Ph. 447-J-l. a Ooff P. 0. Box $81. (mJOtf)
Lots 12 and 13 ills IS, Porvenlr.
nen and Baby Terry plan to come BUDGET FLAN IT DUItED Phone 23Z-J. Mrt W. H. Woods C.mp.Nount Mitchell for flrU Machine\
.
iex1 week torjlomestead FAY ?
where 'h
totra. BranrW will! obtain ,medical PAT AS YOU DEIVE.WRECEEE .' .W ANT McCrory Arcade. (mUtf) ihmufille,'N. ci;"'June 27 to'Aug. 1:" .
A e 21. Altitude 2,400 ft Scenerybeautiful OperatorsApply
treatment luna Wall-planned campllvties. .

, to kb Copt! and Mrr Roy Keeler have 'O I I Qualified personnel, Individual *
rjle mae who think/ cosuerve .
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*
.e left in their two-passenger planes need and Intereit emphasised. Raskin 1
health fey uselessness and tug doe not differ on I business trip to DetroitB USED CARS Contact Mr*. W. E. Rite, representative *
2$$ a. Kreme Ave
for the Greater Miami
from Urn who guards bit eye by not seeing, Bird Chevrolet Co.
.' C. left .
Murphy Monday to V area for catalog and details I'h.III.
and bit voice\>j not peaking. 11 i Least of allis pend the summer In Wayesvllle, -R.I. Redland School, !t.r.D.1I0m..leall. .
it to be assumed that laziness It healthful, .N C. 11 N, Knave Ave (melt)
Wanted to buy-Quonset buildingany
if it destroy what health aims at;and b U not Mr. and Mrs-John Hlckson and BesaeeleaaX\ 1919 Ford Custom Club Coupe. Nonce airs. J L. Bledsoe, Route I,

\ true that inactive people are more.btal ,." t ; . laughter\ Margaret have returned rke.e l| Low mileage. vin err,,, _Mil .to Mllln for ."',1...... Box 4DI, Miami J3-J17)
o
1"r" < kulMliHI seIu.Mlee Imnwtwmetal "
|is'. This excerpt from Plutarch' essay Milk Mtt Keep. from a visit in Soulh "' ''-1''''. "'Ia.
Carolina 22 Years'WithChevrolet. ffanledDinh and Dough 6 It.
hg If fit, written over 2,000 year ago, might have bees R sCWAND5. harrow, Box 44, Naranja.
Had medicine and been I Mr.and Mr Wm. ftcMlchael t, 1941 Pontiac 4-Door Sedan. (;'l 1Su:, rases, .
written yesterday pharmacy M .. Is. oni_____ (pJl'l)
and son of Vero Beach are visiting Al condition price right.
certain ,
well developed thea a* they are today, we are ate
.t the home of Mrs. McMlchael's
would have stressed the value oil periodic physical*' parents,Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dorsey, 1 *

mloation qualified physician. By the tame reaao ,
by a
M,. and Mr .
Marry Womack
log, it 1* wise to take your prescription to a rcgUtere left Monday for a vacation of two Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

pharmacist for expert! compouodioE.We ut prtKiiptio seeks in Georgia.. r.
Ptclsliiu.. S. Krome at 5th St. .' Phone 481! FHA Loans

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.. Built of :Mahogany and Other Woods, CIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY..; Strong, sturdy timber makes strong support for Phone 17S-W Homestead

,: Cabinet Week Chair Canto EeflaMttacCar. .

Bte-sw Dr. Xeclaarf 14. Mwme B...J your home-your walls, your,floors, your beams, ;
Hoofing flf AU Type
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Pare Six HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June io, 1II


I PRINCETON; CLUB RECESSES! UNTIL FALL; V. r. W. SPONSOUGMVKOLPft The HomeMMMl Art au' :
FAMl PICNIC painting group will mart at Na-,
": ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS GIVES RIBBONS FOR ACHIEVEMENT DAY Ttoketf are available* from ruin rock pit I.Tuaadajr ":.uti GenuineBuickPontiac ,
memben of the V. F. W. Auxiliary last .lenon of 10-week :
II County achievement day prize third Muffed ton; Mn. Walker toe an fUfeafcloned family Uufbt here by James W. Eaten'
1
rlbbona were presented to member Martin, second Saint Paulla.It pleat to be heM all day Sunday.June .
CLASS OF SIX MEN INITIATED BV NARANJA ..... HeroaM Hetolein. IMM-
19.in OreynoU Pert Game
ot Princeton Kome Demon third brawn eggs, Mrs C. D.
CHAPTER OF ORDER OF THE EASTERN'STARNaranja itratton dub Tumday by Mn. Smith, zeroed, canned buns; and iwlmmtng\ prizes will be tory of UM norida rMeretten ftOaileo I' Parts ;
la to lie .
Clubs
enpectd .
MIL D. offered. I
Paul Ray, present at the group'Uit K.onp.on aeeond .
users today (ram Oeinaeripewhere
The will hold a buHneai -
before adjounlng erepe paper work mad tooled linoleum auxiliary
Chapter of tdN" Orderof alructreee of Dim'1cIhonor meeting
meetIng
she attended a board -
at o'clock\ : this .
meeting
picture third glrl'i remodeled -
the Eastern Star on Jwe lnlti- .-t, and to other special guests for the lummer. ol the federation.F i
evening In Legion halt.Present Service All Makes
eted ill men,, W. W. Bcthee, J. H. The awards were: Mn. Ray armeot; Mn Ralph"
Saner, D. 8. Cooper, Elmer C. Orand Representativesdlth Int prize for chayote and for Hunt !third, canned vegetable" ; at last week'a meeting
Crawford, W. J. tender and J. Roberta of New Jersey, Dora citrus fruit; Mn J, L. Murray, Mile MarbvUe home, third boys were Mrs James C. Vann, stale I GM Cars '
Vf. Moon. On behalf of the oh p- Nichols" oT Ontario, Sadie Wc4ii of firil, cut. flowers; Mn. E. C. clothing president, Mrs Erie Drldgei, Mrs.Den '
I lee, W. O. T lbott presented the Wlaconiln, Mary Connelly of Crawford, tint, cake with ihortenlitg Mn. C. A. Bryant, home Improvement Zelman Mn. Philip Bourne COMPLETEInsurance Expert
Initiate with while! pocket-iUe: North Carolina and Carolyn Delta ; Mn. R E. Wlttenwyler, chairman presented Mn. T. H. Seat. Mrs II P. Service '
I DJblet mgrtvtd In gold< of Wll OlWn. (lint article mid from sacks, i an Informative program on Interior Rutherford and Mrs L. T. Lau See factory-trained ", '
Cl/t were prevented, ell to and exterior{ painting in rence. ( Mechanics 1
Mrs EitelU: Oldliam grind In- which She spoke of type of pulnU, = John II. HaleAT
painting procedure and care olbruihei. A fish fry was enjoyed Monday .
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET II night at Card Sound by Mr and
FOR MONTHLY curries Attention Mn. Walter Baker and children, Paint and Body
Tin South Did Garden Club; Earl, Louise and Jo Anne, Mr. Ft'CIIS REAL ESTATE ,
will limit I It* meeting to monthly' and Mrs Joseph Lowe and children Phones 41s2758Overseas Work .
outdoor cupper meeting In June Dade County Growers Twice as Much Joseph, Jr., and Alma, and'
July, August and September\ Mr. and Mn. M. E. Wltaon and '
member derided it the upper FoodIn lent[ Culndon. UpholsteryFurniture ,
Monday night In Redland Fruit I I

and Spice Park For the upper Florida Farm Bureau FrontIn Mrs Frank M. Kent, president,i Bait & I and Ice 'j
on July 0. members will meet ftl MeetingSpeakers and Mn. J. Ralph Smith, vice-I
I ...0 to make an Inspection tour SightIn president represented the Homestead Box Refinishing
p of the ark.Winners Reach Business. and Professional Tackle Shop Porcelainizing .
of mull tntldcamareel Women' Club Monday night at
( given an door print, Dr. C, with a a called meeting of dUtrlct clubiat
r. Robinion Mrs Fred lllldlngrr : John Ford, Executive Secretary; Dave the home of Mn. Edna Van e COMPLETE ROD AND
and Class Dickinson, competed in \ REEL REPAIRS
Michcr, Executive Vice-President Acker of Miami ,
I mock radio puts show of which CrosleyShelvador
I1SIIINO I
l', Mr. 0 W. Calklni, program Sunday luncheon guest of Mr INFORMATION For the first time since 1911 our allotment of
of
chairman, was matter cere-
monlei llcdland School and Mn. A. ,I... Brannen were cars has permitted us to display a few models of
Forty-rtven were preienlMri rtri, Brannen'i brother and ilierinlaw 8, Krome Are.Dixie. Ed PecetUr
Mr. and Mn.' Troy Buick aud Pontiac
I. L. Summtrtelt will present Friday, June 10th, 8 p. m. Inman ParrlitV' of Hollywood, and .
I program on home Improve- heir ion, Tippy Parrl.h.Brooks .
ment at the meeting of Redlind 51-Sedan . 7S-/ pass Coupe . Sedan-DynaHow.
Home Demonstration Club todayIn Expert Farm Bureau Official Will Speak on
the Lion Den. Mrs J. ![7. WIOn ,-
the Value of Farm Organization and Service

will,be end hoite Mn ioi.Walter Thompson i - -- q-- -I Inc. e Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

X15 4411
S. Krome at 5th St. Phone 481 br
"IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY" By PLOTNER blow r

WtVfi m* VACATIOHIUQ TtHMM 805S-MY VACATION Oldest Completely 4 ''o' OUR CARDS I .
AND yoW fAMlliS POWt WA Tt>0 MUCH fOO MS, ANYON 'PIEASE !

NOr4M.sG BUT WORK on HI:* /4P SOME AMA OFF GIVE\ us A Equipped GroveCaretakers DAD! NOTICE TOGROWERS
CARf' To RSt 1JPDEttEttREASox

FOrJ AV/NG/ A
: REALJoJlf5.1OPtfE- Thla 7-fU box at the price of a i
<-L box flu the lime floor apace l
CA: M a I-U box J198.M T r
4 "r CJlE!5. UPBEtORE. r. o. BOX ti
Dodd) Radio & Appliance HOMESTEAD FLA.rbone Drug

; i _; 601N&OM YOU71VAcA"TLQIj lot N. Kreroe Phone lit 71-R Year Friendly RexaU Store

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1e 1 I tRaVROJ.1.11RO' \We are. expecting' late t this month
/ ,
a limited ,amount of
fOMHf.ortA.

A I. Ol9GM06fLiUsed e i Nitrate. ,

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Cars Used Trucks of PotashIf

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'..8 Buick Club Sedan '46 Chevrolet Vi-lon Stake J
interested please get your

M7 Dodge Sedan 41 Dodge Pickup order in early. 1'
'40 Ford 1 ton Stake $1.0
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2-42; Moor) Chevrolet! TALCO SCRATCH FEED I: ,a .:I

'46 Ford '/rton Pickup TALCO LAYING MASH\ I0ilb.bbaagi4l3::: ::::::::
S9 Chevrolet l-Door) Sedan '40 Chevrolet u-ton Stake rhanti.Public plrlltd as .n txprntlon lord even. of Florida East Coast

TALCO GROWING\ l1IASI11alabse\ ::: ::::$4.e3:::: goodwill thin lovely, want bukcl>oulorrelv o( gKti, If
Large assortment"' of Used Cars and Trucks in you have juil moved la the

addition to those listed here. 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE+ h::bbs: :t':45: ::: a rlly Now a,Mother.pew brromo addrru Awe tniiird.)within UH,movtdlo ire the. I

city, or Just become awlSlutotn.
n-lb. pig' Ise : Thrfi nothlni to Fertilizer Co. ;
OUR OWN\ TEA %.lb, pka.ells buy. Wtlcom.No oblit.tlon. Phone
Bird Chevrolet Co. .your w.tnn Hoal.
H WHOM phone to hated' beelow
'VI liTE II USE [III..K,3 tall cans 3te theft and AltaWelcome arrange lo receive Phone 16 Homestead, Fla. I I II


Phone 98 N. Krome Avc.Announcement WagonMrs.

A&P Food Store Geraldine Gadwayph. WHEN IN NEED;) CALL ON us.
BS.-J !IlometteadI


375:; South Krome Ave Homestead
( Homestead Loan Co. .

4"'l I DOE* YOUR HAiR GROW I
i '
i -" I FASTER IN THE DAYTIME '
THAN AT NISHTTI 205 N. Krome Avc. Phone 113

Overseas Transportation Co. I :0'r. tANI 4(I

ERt Collateral Uans-$:0.K( ) to $300.00
: '"' YFSt

Benson Electric .' i i

Daily Freight Service '. VRU@S

Seminole Theatre

Princeton Fla Phone 412 .
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,* WHAT FRIENDLY StORE TELEPHONE Ne.Jl
!ICAN SUPPLY Voo
WITH GENUINE CfVOC twO snows DAILTI i and c r. M.
MARINE FINISHES SATURDAY led SUNDAY eontlnoout I till 11.
HOMESTEADMIAMI Admlaatoat AdulUt Nliht, llel| Matlace (till I .. m.). Sic 4
; ' Chlldrea: .,der ten tc ten le twelve. lie (Tn Included
., is pleased to announce that it' V; ,
*' I Last Times Today "Rogues' ItegimenrSATI'RDAY. !
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J s *" ; Hnwnrd PtrhlnfOwne' j
*, has MOMKS 'EAD, FLORIDA
*; c been appointed KEY: .WESTAnd' Jane II -Double lecture Prorram
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Phone 511-\IVt CHARLES STARRETT:, SMILEY BURNETTE InBLAZING
ACROSS TilE PECOS"Plui i iI
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OtherPoints NN.H.NNNM.eNNNNNe.NJr. I TED DONALDSON ANN DORAN JOHN LJTEL In j
\ . : Leonard W. I1asktn.f I
-JIY DOG RUSTY"CNDAY
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HOTPOINTDEALER; I mitt.. .,* IU* lil e olGLASSES I
and MONDAY. June IMS
on Florida.Keys! I n '
The MARX BROTHERS with KITTY CARLISLE In
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1 ,d', i i l'JiJ l It .f i l
for the Redlands :: 1r..awU Air C..Bt"ud = : "Mr.Whttney Had a NoUon" Pawing Parade "Bad :

L.........ruo\E.........s-tui................i Leek, BUckle," Cartoon;Path."NlfM New LIT**. Ia Chlcaie" Traveltalkl ,:

Phone 365-W : t
\ TITESDAY and WEDNESDAY Jane 14-15
BUDDED CITRUS, ABBOTT and COSTELLO with VIRGINIA GREY In '
for Pick-up Service AVOCADOS and "MEXICAN .IIA YRlDE" 'f
IJotppint has avaHabto' 4c'|'to car home a com lete tine of MANGOSorumeotals Added: "Alrtae Key aad Orcheatra. ," MaaIe&I; "0,...., efWemden.1 ,

appliances,: rangers, refrigerators, freezers, -d hwashen, fi. f' \Night i Calla; Phone" Uurton Attaway, No4 626-W !I ; .t all klnda. THIHSDAY and. FRIDAY Varlet, ho.. 117 '

kitchen cabinets;,! clothes washers,.'rohers. '" ".'1'*" .* i ..v ll'> '- t) f... ,!, h << -
1 J '; '11' \. S., I Grove Added ".. ,.," y
'-,, ,, r I i 'lio."f"t! i'> 1*.w :3t'1 Phone 3-3615 I Sunny .JI! Carteea: raraaneut Newa.Ceaalng ,,

(Oldest, ..Mtabllihed l electrical emktcl IB. th' Redlaad* ,,.1 .3IiamiTcrminal. : 23$ So W. North River Dr. HnaRY; Senday. aad. witS Monday DM Juno,\MIre.ll-t... :"*' DUP WATERS" : ,'.)'
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