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 17, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
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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: VID00665
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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38th Year No. 24 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA! FRIDAY. JUNE 17, 1949 Price 6 Cent'





RECEIPTS UP-24 % IN YEAR P.O. FIRSJ' CLASS.Florida .





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City Fire Truck I Visual By Ex-Chief Training Optical to Be Officer Pioneered of Here'ETO)''BROOKS SHIPSPLANEOAD I Cemetery* Meeting South Assn.Dade for Calls June Centeter. 21Th !. INCREASE PARALLELS BOOM



Ai part of a year' program of'' OF! of'aaort.Uolcomposed Iou In Palm Cemetery of owners at Na- IN GROWTH AND BUILDING' NOW

preparation to Introduce the aer-! .njl) and other Interested person*, ,
vice of visual training to the railed a meeting for 4 p. m Wednesday I.
To Carry Own Water resident of this we, Dr. T. F. ..rj June III, In the reitieterj

Archer, Jr. Homestead optometrist HADEN MANGOSi chapel, UNDER WAY IN HOMESTEAD'
of 60 W. Mowry lU will Officers of the association ar :

attend a two-week study session Chas. J. Caves,, president; Mrs. C,

under Dr. S.muelltenlh.w In the T. harper, vlce-preiident; and W I
Or From Plug now famous department of psychology # ; A DC-3 plane chartered by B Cave, secretary'treasurerMr Legion Service Officer Homestead' post office snva'Into

Pump of the University of Ohio, j Brooks Inc. took off from .. Harper, who announced the To Vets Monday the first-class designation on
Dr.. Renshaw hu long been meeting, said that the America Help
stead Air field Tuesday 1I0r/ll'-1 July I aa the result of tamp sale
and the V. F. W. are Invited
recognized by professional oplometrliU Legion
M E. Pen Urn of Miami lull-
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11 an outstandingauthority with the first to have representative., a1 and second class portage totaling
Florida Clt '. Klwsnls- '' ever from her holders f tint state service officer for the for l"4t. .*l
) new on reading problem tr mangos the meeting, and all m 144.372 Unlv.raallyl't'CO'>
sponsored fir department will 1UIS PICKED FOR and other Irregularities of vision The cargo, weighing 1""roxl'.t'.1'! Iou In the cemetery are ellglbli American Legion will be at Legion nixed barometer of a community' ,

have a fin truck that can carry not usually corrected by lpeet.clea -< l> 7,000 pounds, III' to vote In the election of officer) Hall\ on South Kroni awe growth these receipt represented!' .
SUMMER SCHOOL ," said Dr. Archer. "Butvleual that will\ lake place. from to 4,30 to
Monday 130 :
: '
torts woods market center served by theDiooks i Increase
It* own water supply training has only recently an of $ ,71S ,over th* :

fire or pump directly from a hydrant been publicized M *n. Important organization. I assist any veteran or any widowor previous >ear's total of $15.85547 "

for a city fire. AND RECREATION aspect of modern visual car In The plane chartered from. the j BIRD TROPHY T01( dependent of a veteran who --a growth of 24 per cent in one "

At a meeting attended by Everglades a Saturday Evening Post article Willis Air Service, wan flown to I desires any O-I service. )'Hr,

Drainage District Chief A* a' result of It* success a* a entitled 'You're Not ai Smart as Homestead from the 20th sCsldenl He will\ help with the problems A first clan post office I It on*,
Bender, County Fir Chief L. A. school and recreationalcenter You Could Be', under the bylineof Miami International RUEHLE HEADS; Involving Insurance, schooling ..nd.ub.l.tence that has total annu.I't't'tlpt.\ of
summer
Creer and F. C. Rpgert, fire David G Wlttel. Airport'l and with difficultiesof
last Homestead school: DR. F P ARCHER, JR I Planet have been 140,009 or more. The Homestead
warden of the Everglade drainage year, Realization that ordinary apes employers or veterans under
LIST OF AWARDS' office wa In first class design.
district, the Florida City has been chosen a.s' one of the two taclei are limited In benefit to development of vision from earl;' avocados to market, the 0.1 bilLMrdalt ton in 1B44 and 1845 when annual '

council placed'an order with schools in Dad* County to have a many spectacle wearers providedthe childhood to adulthood Is subjoii\ Ilhe first time for mangos I it{ wos I receipt were "4,900'.nd'

Hendry County Motors, Inc., of I I complete summer session program Incentive investigators for Dr.to Renshaw delve deeper and to habit development, good 01, said at the air field Tuesday I The Preston D. Bird, Jr., me Awarded Grads $58,501, reiiwitlvtly, but thaalwere

truck.Clewlston for delivery of such a I Andrew Jnckson I I. the other. other Into the complex processes of bid. Correction of faulty habit I model trophy for aportsmiinshl[ At II.H.S. Commencement war years when the mall of
before they become too flimlj I awarded to John Ruehle alan Homestead Army Air Field went
was
truck with CMC six-wheel The expanded summer school vision and to find out why the :
The ,
The Daughter of the American
1 fixed Is not only' logical but *' TRACTOR SPILL through the local post office
chassis, will 'b* built directly will begin July 1 and average person It visually Inefficient awards assembly held Frldaj;
program sentlat if the child Is to take hu Revolution good citizenship medal In 1(48 receipt of the post
under the supervision of Chief i Aug.. Principal L. even though he may have In the Homestead school auditorium awarded to Cecilia Tomans)
last through 12, proper place In business Industryor was office here dropped to $U,8<2 and
Bender and will cost 1500., The' B. Blackburn announced this o-cilled perfect or 20/20 light society At mont InformaUor KILLS MARKHAM.I The award was mad by Ihifather at Homestead High School's commencement Homestead war again a second
of research and experimentation
Clewlston company guarantees Mountain presented to ut is in the form,'of of tho Homestead High exercises Tuesdaynight class post office (here receipt
delivery within eo days. It will week, In various unlverntici I print and as our eyes play thi PIONEER CANNER School basketball player who died The award, decided Jointlyby ran be a* low a* $8,000 a year), la
hla 16,000-gallon tank for There will be no tuition or fees and clinics throughout the countryhave dominant role m our learnlni, of polio In the summer of 1MB. the faculty and student body 147 they dropped $7 under tho

water with which to tight woods and the courses, purely for recreational produced techniques, devlceiand processes, there can be no disContinued I In addition to the award which U made annually for dependability 1848 total. In September of I04T
with those
tires. purposes, will carry no method" la to this cope reiearch that ( on Page Two) Death came Instantly to W. A.i will put his name on the Bird I leadership, service and patrl however, they started a gradual
Announcement was mad that problems It Markham, head of the trophy, young' Ruehle received ai. otiam.Russell. month sincethen
will be L. K. Increase and
credit Teachers : every
the town water will be turned off has made possible the facllltieiwhich I I Bros canning plant at the gift of Mr. and Mr. Bird I I I !Horn war awarded, the hm shown an Increase over
at the plant Tuesday ebtween 7 a. Wenkstern, manual training and Dr. Archer has procured to II NO ONE INJURED( when a tractor and prlncpton.j act of bookonds with a statue ol I I silence department's medal for receipt I of the corresponding f
Wm. F. Cody, arts In
and 7 while a chlorinator library! ; Mrs conduct visual training end and'
m. p. m. recreation Homa'i I overturned on him at his firm a baseball player on one outstanding work In science.,Other month In the previous year
I II Installed. handicraft and girls' ; stead j Lowery, Va, June 2. Mr. Mark- a statue of a basketball player on I I medals awarded to members of That the Increase will continue*"'
W. C Morton. Homestead accountant Paul Worley, recreation; Stanley "Although visual AS PLANE MAKES; old the other, Th additional award the clan '
and baton I I ham, who was about 10 years ,, graduating were through the current. year I II (Ml- 't
was appointed tax DuUmba, band, chorus be of considerable value to manyadults had Just returned to his Virginia was In lieu of the banquet which ,I Val lctorlan'. medal, Helen cited by the fact that receipt ol\

assessor for J.... twirling. whoM vocation requires" a I borne after a busy season spent formerly was an annual event In'' Tomerlln; salulaturian's medal, $$21.252 for the first five month-) <
Dr. ING(
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high degree.of visual skill visual CRASH I In Princeton canning tomatoesand connection with the awarding ol' Cecilia TOI ..scholarship; John of 1B4(, exceed receipt for tliflcorresponding .
LL.I Holden Lead Archer emphasized, "many beans.Survivors. the trophy. Selection of the playei Ruehte; citizenship, Fay CaplingeiH period of last year,
Dale Sprankle'e'Karalee disorder can be prevented If deUctod -: ,Lamar Dickinson and his mother r. Include: hi* 'wit at to receive the award U mad by l I activities, Jenny Lu Davis; by saS5'.41. ,.};
w ard -Atc Mad , ( s A ,
Re'dland'Gtays + : populartoller the acted easing **'5 f.I. Ail en, OJ-'OKIechbbiii. rl., *. *tn.' '' ** | Jthnlll Chandyrh1tngui;'alklsleg mr.'tVtf11a: .tit ..

Is a learned ph.nomenoland the stead escaped with minor bruise daughter, Mrs. Cary Fowler of American Legion awards ,wero John Ruehle; girls' athletics, Grace yese, were only $11,'''. 'c .'

Th. valedictory address Holden, when the two-seater plan Ir Lowery; and a brother George presented to lUnnl Mark and Roper; art, Sally Super, Joanne Coincident with the local post
School .ati State solo contest: Bill Rice, AND LIONS! which they were flying to Hurts I Markham of Lynchburg, Va, who Herbert Blessing by Le DonshM,, Lnwry and Russell Home; loyalty,) office's new rating, box rent rst a '
ROTES
Redland High commence Barbara Cooper Ceor.unneHold boro, Ala., Friday made a tree was aisnclated with him In his commander of John Q. Salley Edward Chandler; band, Helen wll) increase and hour for money .
ment exercise Wednesday nigh' n.District. i Florida canneries The Markham Post The awards are given annually I Tom rlln; chorus, Betty Jo Jen order, postal savings and porAl.2
was mad by Dale Sprankle ...hoae' band medals: Jimmy HEAR CHANDLERON top forced landing near Fort Banning brothers have been operating to a ninth grade girl and kin. note business will be shortened\ I

scholastic average for the thre< Alexander, Bobette Amidon, Carol I Ga after its gasoline supply' I canning plants in Dlido a ninth grade boy picked by eta I Projector! operator keys were beginning July 1. New /hour| for i

yean of, senior high school wsi Amidon Earl Baker, Robert Dom was exhausted in an overcast foi the past 20 vearstLIABILITY dent and faculty vote for leadership awarded toJack: Morris, Joe these wlndoAs will be i a m. to 8 .
(8.24. The salutatory address wagmade him Barbara Cooper Georgi BUDGET. TAX which weather d.ln two airfield I Counl'I scholarship, character and 1 Davis, Jenny Lou Davis, Fay Cap- p.m. Initnad of the former ached- *
by Karate Holden whose! Cooper, Annie Craunwell, Jerry I from them.Dickinson. I service, j \linger Billy Perkins Kenneth of I a, tn. to 6 p. m. Time 1-.aisle
scholastic average was 83.8. Crauswell, John Crauswell. Clinton Redland District Lions met I ugh\ I Gerrltt Hnldrum received the I Carroll, Russell Horn, John will be no change In the hour of
refueled his
The Identity of the valedictorian Harold I track high-point sword for the Ruehle'
Friar, Joe Friar, other window service, 1'ontinastes>>
and the calutatorian war disclosed ., Graham, Betty Gossman, Tommy with Homestead Rotarians Parkway In the Luscombe at Eufaula, Ala unl)' senior high school and Carl Nor.i -.___ 8. E Llylngston .nnnu\lcP
on class night, Friday. Hooker, Phil Harrill, Marshal! Restaurant Rotary meeting, Wednesday place evening 25 miles from Hurlsboro, but rats TALKED AT FARM wood the track high-point sward Boy Scout Court Passes First class rating for the posl-

June 10, when awards were made Holmes, Georgeanno Holden, for one of th* traditional Joint' Into a rainstorm overcast at hlidestination : for the junior high school On i'romoliong AwardsAt office will mean an Increase In
to ranking students, and medals Benny Hennington, Kitherlni dinner-program the two service' After fruitless efforti : BUREAU MEETING Certificate<< for one year as pro.I salary for the postmaster and
and letter were presented Lambert Geraldine --ellol.. Gem clubs hold during the fear to "find a hole" for a landing ht lector operator in visual education a Boy Scout court of review asslstsnt poKtmMter. The regular
Awards were a* follows: Mills, Bobby Maley?Carl MOB- bark to Eufaula, but found I were awarded to Joe Keiley\ held at Silver Palm Methodist clerk will receive benefit In accordance -
Rollins College scholarship Gene Mullin,, Luther Chandler, member of turned i Shirley; Oreer, Jerry Cox, Cieorgc of
Icy Ronald Mosley, field weuthrred-m on arrival The new flnnncial liability law Church Wednesday night promotions with the longevity
participation: Carlo Gaby, Roy Allene Odum, Dudly Peebles, the Dade County Budget Board, that He then headed for Lawsor and services offered by the Form Sprinkle and Raymond Kelly. were approved nt follows.: their service.Poitul ( .
Runken. I IWho' Tommy Torbert Pat Phillips, Bill poke on taxes and the budget. I Field Brnnlng, and wet Bureau were explained At a meeting Other awards follow I' For secontd HUBS scout, Billy savings have nothing to
of his talk that often Fort
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The was
Who in. American High! Rice, Clyde Rodgers, JuanlttRohrer gist of the field when hli of the Dade County Farm Basketball awards: (.pt. Rot'kit Drown and Rolwrt S mrrs, both do with the rating of a post office,
sight
School, Dale Sprinkle, Karalee Belly Torbert Billy Turner the same people who complain within out. Ho chose the wood) Hut.can Friday night m Hudland Rlnrore, Hob ROller| Jack Pope, of Troop 81)); for first class scout, but they like stump sales, are ngaidod. -
Holden, Roy Runken, .1 Dottie Turner, Grace Ygar louden about taxes are In the gas In gave to the ChaUahixich< School by Duve Mieher. vice- Kenneth Graves, John Rue hie,! Darrell) Ltonhaidt' and Fred Link, ai an indication\ of.a rots.nunily'a (
who added
demand preference
of those
Outstanding senior girl, D. A Underwood, Roland ranks Hilly Horne, Jerry Cox Uon.11IO.nn. both of 2,1 I.Ifs scout The Yuma
: tua, Allen River, and eased the plane be. president of the Firm Bureau Troop : fur prosperity riiteid [
services of the city or county I
Rx Good Citizenship : Vannier, Janet Wagoner, Charles : trunks which insurance Co. Jlmmle Walwm, Emmetl Daniel Hurry, Troop OBMi post office rank 11th In the 'A
"Too often they do not stop to tween two tree .
Pllarlmaa'j I
Dorothy EngelDanforth Williams, Clifton Hullender, Ken- tho fusolnec Mr Mieher pointed out that Snider, Mgr, Russell home, Mgr i it badge were awarded to .slat In number of account and
sheared the wing a*
think 'Where I I. the money corn'logtrom7'"avid :
: heth Jones, Marlene Keene, Jana ; Chandler. "Unlesi settled Into the upper branches. members of the Farm Bureau are Alvin Wright I John Crauswell, Clyde Rodgers. (Cpntlnurd on Pig Two) ,
Karale Holden Kenneth Mend. ....new..Robln Field. eligible fur lilac Cl'08Iaroup hospital Baseball awards: Jack Polk,, Richard I'addoik, Fred Mowry.
helm. Dale they can advance a plan that Is Mrs. Dickinson and Lamar Hob Jo Kerley, John oTes
Basketball loiters: Sprankle 1 Insurance Roper, Jr.. Daniel flurry Billy Snonden MnTothalarrni
American Legion award: Barbara Clinton self-supporting, the money for the were en route to lull relatives In I rtuehla, Fred Suber.. Billy Horn,. ,
captain James Hooker A bill to refund [I'enu' of I Franklin Mnwry, Leroy Rodgers,
Cooper, Myron Banner. Friar Carl Mosley. Bob Mos- new service. or convenience h"1 I Hurtuboro Mrs. Dickinson Is expected the Mate tax on each gallon of Kenneth Grave, Heckle Sincere,, George<< Cooper Bobby Somers and After Brief IllnessMrs .
award: DaleSprinkle. got to come out of the taxpayer'spocketand home tomorrow but Lamar Drooker,,
Balfour citizenship Bllnard Jim Mackey, I in farming operations Cenry Sprinkle, Jlrnml Luke Benson .
ley, Bunny I gasoline used Esther Catherine Durrlll,
a raise In the tax will to salvsge the plane,,
stay .
David Jlmml' Watson, Bruce Ennls
Gossman; managers, the house was on the Two court were In 'session
,
Otis panned 12, of Perrine died June I after
P. T. A. citizenship, scholarship rite I* inevitable"Presiding I which he owns In partnership Kenneth Saunders, Mgr Allan I
Jensen, Jack Thorn jointly were Henry I of Homestead. senate calendar for the last day' Judge were Comdr, Walter I H a I brief illneis. Funeral service s
Paul Rue
award: Karale Holden. Baseball letters: James Hooker I with of the recent leglhlatlve Left.; Jones, Philip Bourn, Paul Ru, ware conducted Monday In Pen ,
Athletic trophies: best all-round,, captain, Dale Sprankle, Johnny Pridgen, president jf the Rotary but was not reached before Girls' physical education emblems Fred Mowry, J. A. Sasser and R. tore Baptist Church by the paitcir). '
Club, and E A. Roberts, president lon'l
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sportsmanship I ,
Dale Sprankle for volleyball
; attending
Mosley <
Ellis. Carl Motley, Bob journment, Mieher said R. Schowilter.Grlctjc th* Rev 11 D. Fisher. Burial was,
Club
of Lion '
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James Mackey; most Improved Roland Varnier. Clifton Williams, f'e DR. N. C. PINTADO basketball, and Softball evenu .
quartet, the Little He cited example of how In Palm Cemetery at NarsnJ!
James Hooker Jensen, Jack In Miami: Mary Ann Lewis, Jan
David
Hugo Vihlen. Bureau member In other parts Terburg Earns under direction of Turner Funeral
athletics. Shadow Golden Jubilee' Singers,
Medal award were: Ralston, Carla Thurman Genevieve ChandlerBeatrice ,,
James Hooker; patrol Myron Cackler, Luke James Benson; manager, ung several selections. TAKEN BY DEATHA of the country effect great siv ,tlnke, Claudia Campbell Music: Degree at U of M Home **4
Dale Ygartua,. lags through collective purchasing She leave: her husband, Oth'lVf.
Sasser; student council Christine Kllllngiworth, Helen *
Natalie Jack Thomas; ATTEND 8IIOET COURSES Miss Grlet!. Terburg received Durrlll; two Infant sons John
Sprankle; commercial, I Track letters: Joe Friar, James heart attack proved fatal! bilee. Sprinkle, Effie Parford, PearCooper a Bachelor of Music degree In U and James Otha; her moth >
McCaslln; typing Paul King; Hooker, Dale Sprankle, JohnHughes County Agent Chis. H Steffanl' to Dr. N. C Pintado, 84,, Pearl Blondo, Dorothy
I Saturday of the music education from the University Mra. Dorothy Knight; three brot '
John Ford, secretary
home economics, Dorothy Engel; Luke Benson, BuddyBlitzard has returned from Gainesville Avery, Kls|* Redford, Mary Lou
of Miami, father of Mr Hunter told of the of Miami on June 6. tn, Herman, Warren and Lev.1lr
Bureau,
Vocational, Frsnkl Smith Johns; drstnatlc I I Carl Motley, Bob Moa- where h* attended the 4-H short Harden, nee Ruth Pintado who Florida Farm of the orgsnlzatltn In Muawlwhll, Joyt Morgtn, Joyce Miss Terburg, eldest laughter( Knight, Jr., and a sister, M'auliee' .... '
*,- Geraldine ; girl'athletics progress Walker Betty Turner, Fay Hill- ""j
A. Fun, ,
icy I Clinton Friar, course. grew up In Homestead al a ward Dade Farm Bureau of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Terburg, Knight-all of Perrln**t
Karalee. Holden; literary . Jerry Underwood Kenneth Jones. Assistant County Agent W. L of Mr. and Mr. J. D. Redd. the state has County 251 member, h* lard, Carmlllo Bomindo, Doris! la a gradual of Homestead High txcept for Lewis Knight, Jr, w .
France Rodgers; journalism dl left for Gainesville Saturdayto now Lewis, Shirley Oner, RebeccaIrown I
Other letters: manager store Talt I
School. II 1 In the .
I resided for it m Texas
Dr. Pintado Howard army
said Another speaker was
Geraldine Lewis; qrlcuUure.Tornl'll I Phil HarrlU John H Strickland; attend a three-week short| Kay Browning ..-- .
)' Core; science, Dale Geraldine Douberley. 1 course. I yean In Key West where h* Gamble, slat sale director Letter for 750 points: ..JackiePhillip
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Sprankle; glee club, Ann Brown; secretary owned and operated a hospital In of the Farm Bureau'' Insurance *. Mary Ann Lewis, Helen Years' End Tallies Show Records Set 1
band, Betty Torbert Harold his early practice Two yean ago company. Sprlnkl. Beatrice Link, Mary I I

Otis Graham Gagmen; Latin;, Spanish Frances Rodgers Marilyn, I Parkway Reopening With First TV .1'I. I h post* moved of. assistant to Miami Cuban to accept consul the next The annual member barbecue voted to of have Dade the Lou.Fay HlUiard Muaselwblto, Doris Lewis For South Florida by R.ILS. Athletes

Bethca Jeanette J Johnson Barbara For' Restaurant Patrons in S. DadeReopening then. I II County Farm Bureau an Invita Ban for 7M points: Joyce Walker -I
I.
Odum. ,I A brother-in-law of the'Tte! lion affair Joyce Morgan, Joyce Dolar Year'. end statistics on Rd- lead South Florida In that depart- "
Bencl1ettera: Jimmy Alexander I ) Francisco' Flellas. father of Mrs. Harold Kendall of Gould, Cheer leader awards: Joyce land High School: athletic actlvlue ment. His record over two yean '
Bobette Amidon. Carol Amldon, Saturday under new .r Mr. Lenk bought the Parkway Redd who moved then with Mr president of the county organization W.lkerJ Joyce Morgan Grace is 60 stolen bases, with a betting'
Earl Baker, Barbara Cooper, Clinton ownership and management, the from Larry' Burton, Tennessee Flelta several yean before his : presided at the meeting toper Clara Stevenson, liable reveal some Interesting; Individual average of .208. he scored 141
Friar, Joe Friar Harold : Parkway Restaurant U. S. I at Insurance man two weeks ago death, Dr. PlnUdo was *r close! Ernest Graham of Hialeah vice- Some, Jesnnl Hayes. records, point out Henry run. j'
Graham, Betty Cowman Tommy first Burton acquired the restaurant friend of the family for nearly: president, and Rudolph Gasman Band awards Included: Dixon, assistant coach. The candid comment of Dad '
Hooker, Phil Harrill. Marshall II King Highway, will be the several month ago from Jimmy forty year He war a frequent I of Homestead Is secretary-treas Letter and five bars: Marian Jim Hooker hung up 398 points County's coaches .classes Johnny J

Holme katherine Lambert, Geraldin public eating place In South Dad Accurate of Florida City. visitor In Homestead before, urer, ,,Miderson; letter and four bar: In basketball to I lead all South Elli a* the best fielding short-)
Lewis, Bobby Mosly. Carl I to offer television entertainment Mr. Lenk bought the Brkkner chile and after his daughter attended Helen Tomerlln; letter and two Florida high school player. In top In Dad high school circle. ]
Mosley, Allen Odum Billy Rice to l Its patron Television receiver estate at Princeton a year and a school her and lived at Future Farmer Attend >and) Emma Jan Rive. Betty I baseball he socked out a, ..U.I Joe Friar U hown u the spark*.]
LeRoy Rodgers, Betty Torbert seta will be installed both In the half ago and turned It Into a rt Ui* Redd home. I Convention in Daytona Turner, Martha Davis, David batting average with three homer plug of the track team with a
Dottl Turner Grace Ygartua. remodeled dining room and In the home for aged foluContribution Funeral service and burial, rrcdrtck; letter and bar: Martha I *, five double, one triple) and total at 14 point to his credit \

Roland Varnier, Janet Waggoner. refurnished and redecorated grill. held In Key West, were attended Roy Wood, teacher of vocational }nor, Anita Delta Effte Radford, 20 run batted la In addition he Th athletic |-letter men (ban Sketball
Chart William The dining room ha been made Voted b, Mr*. Redd Mr. and Mr. J.'I agriculture at Homestead .jonnM Turner, Jo Bsrger, Bar was anchor man on the mil relay track and baseball) are 4
Amidon award: musicianship? cooler by two large window cut For Colored HogpitalTh D Perkins and Mrs. Stanley Robot High School, and fir Future lara Shuler, Raymond Pierce, track team which teat all Jim Hook.r,' Dale SprankU, Bob. J I
Barbara Cooper, Bill Rice; progress , In the southeast wail I.ft ft lied restaurant e ,, of Homestead. Survivor of,, 'srmerst John Chandler, George John Felllll,'Jimmie Walton. Carl Miami team It ran against Mostly and Carl Mosely. .1.1Redland
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Phil Merrill Allen Odum; at table! by the Soroptlmlit Club of Homestead Dr. Pintado, In addition to Mrs Sprinkle, Bob Dowdy, Steve milk, Jack Polk; letter Ton Dale SprankU mad 21* pointsto High's baseball lqua4, j jWM
Junior high progress Dudley I new owner, Freddy Link of voted Monday to give 121M Harden who with her husband rorclse.and Ronnie Cloninger, are Vhif *; Norma Jan HatdMr. Jim become one *f the highest scoring noted this year for it* .bed
Peeple. Gcorgiinn Holdeirj elementary .1 Princeton 'Tn ground*! led *n- the hospital which the colored and Infant son Hunter, Jr. re- sttendinf the state convention laths, Jlmmle Butler, Gerrltt guard In South Florida high I running It stole 71 base to/It;
progress Buckey aun- I trance. to the dining room have people of th* durtrirt are planningto lid In Key' West, an his wife, Daytona Beach this week. They loldrum Roy Oorday. school basketball He showed *x.cellent opponents' |1. Weak hitting kept
den 'been landscaped, and >alm tract bund.SoroptlmUt. Mn..Marla Pintado, and another : plan to return by way of Calnea- District contest wards; tromni -l ball\ handling and floor I the team from a fine record Red
District aolo coolest Bill Rice I In front will be lighted colorfully I! officer will be in- laughter! His Ella Taylor PintoHi Ills so the boy may pay a visit Helen Tomerlln; trumpet/ generalship In baseball h* wee' land' 'gim tally wa: won, 41)

Barbara Cooper, Ceorfeano_, at night. .. .. ..lJl .tailed Monday _r _ .__ Miami.! a the University of Florida. Lc/NIJt 1\1'11.; _ _ ,credited with 23 stolen beau to ilea..1J", .. ,



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TheLeader.Enterprise .f DJIUHfllJUlflIlUlUlmn I _$ NIW par, the lovllert figure. PfiokiRogan After nine yean in the United By pecial request the Inter- RECEIPTS> UP Presidents Pay
quieteM BUI Dual.......', ....*. In the court of whleM hebe modlato B.V J> U of Tint I BapUit I National and State i
beat dressed; Fred dada . become cltlaen! of this I Church repaUd Mother t Day Continued mm reg. One) Homestead Farmers I IBy I
20 -Years toeL Honry Hut. buaA I country, A dy T....., Home program it than auemblia of theJiomiftead 18))h ui Uie ttate Inkx Imew d Visit to future
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---,. fcuan ( f rHitmin to Molliwd' lift TSBtnc part were Men I a JOHN COANBLCB. B**.rtcr.1| everyone preaentPicture :
wont *idpV ; welt wHj .his aged mofter. Mr UMMM, ., MwH and moit ofii flta.j.to
'' I55 Mal g t..i. AfBertn.Magu.etl. T' >t national futttfo farmer'prettdcnt of the banquet maybe I
A........... ......: Jai alas =: IHJfIIIftlmt ftftlll ilfjfilfffillUlin/ ( *cow Adam, aweellatBerntec I and Mr. *. Terburg, with their If. Mr lmfI. ......... elw 4ot rapM of*Mtor Dory Connor 'and the eeen or pon-haied at Hauler"
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..., ." II.ftIIiI), month-old daughter, will lea* . Wallace, Santa Irwtp.j general to oases lUte pmldent. Donald Berth rotoahop III HomeflmdGRADUATES r I
lAiN "Green Rive wit voted the 'queen."Relct r Hay M .......+A.iirii.pMS.r prettiest man In a beauty contact d offlcen of the. middle of July . While Hi .. Allen West H. M. Cook, for the month of May from 1(43 eol-on banquet of Homestead GET ItIELEAMember.
....,01111I "'ACII U'Iln held at the county\ fair to benefit Hemrttead Growers AaaoctaUoi Europe they will viitt Fart Md and Bill tfeConnel! .." |: through 1M4 have been a* folio Chapter, Future rrmn of I
of the Young .
People1
' 11-- __ aM ejMiBkipal swimming pool I are: A. Doyle, prealdaai; Jason Berlin ." U B Beottt and C. P. Oria-1 *i: America. Both made axcellont
rAIT fl W kIR11iclrpliow ICIIIlIOIf. fund. Dick Brook wai voted the ,Avery, vice-prnldeiit; Jow.rdmb. Katharine Cad and Donald old attended a meeting of th-|I 141 11354,497 speeches. Claas Qf the Sliver Palm Methodjat I
man wlUnmoat' "It''; (Charlie Har.. j acreUix4rea$urer...." : Talbo) were wlnnn la lid Utl ted Ancient Myrtle Order of .......*!-1; IM4IM _. . 5e1JNs The banquet wai a great tooreti. Church R H.who 8- received were grpduatIcy Bible- ,
from
) But.. Hag. Aaaociation t'OIIttII at tans, I. 0. O. r Mr. BeitUe ivac 1St, -. . -_ 741374 Although Ih* main ipealter, church board of education I
UTa RedUnd . elected ''grand high ) .,. .. .._,. 554.411If'L from the
I M .... f' ..... t -. eve" I cow 'r School Runnen-up xecuueaell -- Salty Mallanta, was unable to attend Sunday Those receiving' d dBibles ,
.. .., ,.. ...... and Mr. Grincld.: .
I Wire paitor Hollerty, Nora HlglIn grand high director 511,615 wild-life picture
bt left come ,
I lwair 01 .... OMM/I I .><-, nyl, : : of were Dal Bprankl ouiQoatman j I
I / a.a. magi I r. ( *. Burtoa Graham and R.lphfet.rller. their playground ofLO.0.F. that of Interest to
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....... ... ... .., MP.51MwI.s.t..elssicar Vlhteti. James Hooker Geraldlne '.
t M.o r all .raw ..... ... Trite winners it the Home tad Smith. I
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11.__.. rlrly. .... "". M .N, es' rums mrniwci 4 I-H achievement day' were Carrie DlaeeveredJCanvaiior menu for all month"
t wra p.k ,1071, 55155551 past ad 1115 Belle Cave. Virginia Hooka, : "You pay a imall, Lady of the House: 'Who told (Continued from Page One)
Helen Lehman, If.lellllook., Roe df'_ then mad no more pay- you about ur"-.It puling the atatement that you
! Father Day, 1949 Cave. Alt* Vain Anita Barn, mull torn to read BEFORE you Brooks Inc. I
June Hartman, Kitherlrt Vana can!: read to I......" !
By .Aria Mayhew IHe.aMkFather Mary Bello Cibb, Annie Mae Dr Archer Yo III be abamt from ,
*' day ataln-well, well, Booth . Club loaderi ar. Mr.. hit office from July 4 to July It I
lace try to avoid tilt ..u.1 /. A. Hook, Mrs. a J. Hackler while ho attends Ohio State Unl- .
I proreedlnf, and Mrs. Arvllla booth. ." vacuity', He plans to dart VUUaltralnlni
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Ot buying what the papen and The' -pourld tomato lug has Mr early In Augutt for
Oldest Completely
; radio auuwt Philco "bn adopted by Florida East DatlanU already (Hind to. require
.And, Uatead. do I 111.. mind Refrigerator Coast Grower Anoclatlon to replc Ihif! type of JervlceReprlnti Equipped GroveCaretakers r.
reidinfrather j the pound crit. ." of the Saturday Eve
I x ntn, Peat article "Your'rt Not
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To expre ainf hit need or M4el ut-u e*. ft la M4ltl. .*. to freearr....trr Shelves, t il Smart ai You Could PC. maybe
Archer'
/obtained at Dr.
1 aecret .,I.b". .;, a4JtutaUe, every I.... lacbea: l I .. j jI 1 office./ '
; 1 GlWnlU Ina _. r -
I I'.I' He i* more apt to peak of clothei ; The eon of two Miami optome-
and urn >) Irlil, Dr. Archer opened offices In
l' And groceries for the famlly'i Only 5252.50 ; Komeatead a year and a half ago, r. a BOX 11nOMFSTEAD. :
I tatty dWltl.I KARKOTEi following hi return from Get
I FLA. rPhi.
I I (o if 'ou.... smart youll try i 1 many where he WIt chief optical .* 11.a ;
To figure out the thmf he actually rrent. s offIcer with the U. 5- force In
\! admire > h. rro.
; More than the dreated up nerealUe *- PROTECTION
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1.. trees ".Nee /.49.1 Stops Underbody 1 .t

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Applied under hood, fender, .
I,: floor and chaula. Keep new ;e t j f ht shirt with -

... w i I ran new and old can young. I the wide
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StationL t j'.e

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story, but it's worth n. DOM BON

} repeating nothing I N. Kram Ave, H..Mn ( _

qualities like experience : i 1

especially+ in the I /'ti tr

profession of phar Y

Twice as Much\ f N

macy.sr" .. "' TM
w '.-' > r Food i
'Our registered Icy M

r. pharmacists have -In FrontIn ; our new Van Heysen '

teen compounding SightIn ''T, sport shirts love water! 1

drugs for many years.Experience Reach v
From $2.95 ,
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has a
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..F trained them to allowno Wa.hl>k Kondrr+-tut'i) -irhit they ere.Tilt Van Housed WVvV<< shirtsI
i CrosleyShelvador 't *colorful Van \llruieii" sport ihirti p mli.eljr lure witrr, t I
margin for error. Other model from $23150 to $382.50., r hoi or cold They oon't thrink out of.i",.They won't f*.le.W' These breete-citcktng: VM fines airwave Jc.11n twirl
I ..Ji then ill you like-and 1..1'11..1.. .nun M the day the air that ordinary ihnu... Tbal'shy they feel uitaa ..
i yeu.kouflil 11_. Summrr wHpit fibrm! m.ny with the cool Uboritory-tntoi fabnc-a new ilirt free il )

DIXIEDRUG Benson Electric Co.i J riclu>ire Califurni Lo-No. aha imbue convertible collar low Vu lleutea ab riaU out'of aurl {}.65


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PrIMe... rta. ria... ill UaawateadOldert Jim Sharp ClothiersPhone

r Tear Friendly exalt Blare ) estibllihed electrical: contractor\ In the Redland.
re. It He Deliver South Krome at First St. Homestead 4871[
In Princeton" ilnre UI7. I
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f driYing at I .

t. ojt. I 'This 7-a box at' \th* .rk. off I I Cost Extro !
t.J *ft kx flla Ike aam* fleer space Nothing
J aa a i-ft b*.. lift.11 ;

j Dodd Radio & Appliance I

lit N.' KTMM Pier letS ...but jut I fry 'to buy them trt 1 .MOST ........11I1 A low build. laUw Risk: thi .. ., ... bug.tbo-road
basis for really aoodr bandy, rid*evr know*-plu*th*advantage!
any other car at any price I and. the New II........... Uut&ka. of unit boly.- -tr..e oomtmcboo.
"rt. -dowa-dele, .la the lowet car
Vat u not .k d to pay extra forth of all-yet there'\ full rood deu.4. AlUouMl rorformonc!
extra beauty you |et only la Choice of bleb-cotnpnmio ilud Try Us When You NeedA Hudson-or for any of the other _.MOST ...yl The ajoat atlnc Super-Six oiAnMrlc*'.....pow.
advantages that make the Now room, kf room to epare, amazing rftJ Six or the eve) roe pow.rfWHudeooAesefice'p"1uarcart
Haircut cr tY.4'aou.tbs.rfes.Jatayal 8spinEJgbt.Cwatmpbfntlwegfor ,
rid ahead of nor -b sis and within: ia ri.N haadbof. Tripl* alo UraUo
Share aha bH frame, don vbere rkunf I Y foe utmort .....,. Many more hlfhparfonDaaco -

IfsMt ? __ ._ Tie ,Moat Hnoolb.mo* ...... ,. low-t.pw.p kilo,..,

Daft ._._ lit a tepfHudson 7.MOST lad.worda,1 Hu I ........ (11........) ::... LN with oxduttv ..atop....' drip tt' la ajv-** acfaknro lowt dollar. So ...,.
and tweed floor motor car tut .at-
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enter 0( .....it,1 r m any Mod oar. with &UWi RrlaiMW
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gu4Mta>. 8lr>a iaaie and :;,. -..pwfm awe.Rust eIui ...epssid.we.a. BarberShop
..CkWuia I flu Lum*&_..CMM.Eadk .af..r.tl.pwiw..e.it P laiw'p lees taeM ngiwh
h ii .In >4 ..... t.... w it M, M ....* -aid's.s... sus.ik IfPt or ill ar-Jy... o". city nut I es rues a .
*.aag '_.'-'. "wt pnpld.r l cn ....,. That aw -s-.,...M es.p..r-u. Per..+nKIo LIACIES -
1 w. .! *._ +m+*., Saw .......- *U.UMI .. FirJy. W ... va5s-e 555 o _T6.__Modem Oodofcr I -'49THURMAN
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PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. tK.WM. It-01. __u
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Betty StHIman to Visit baa become well. known M foreman Airs.\ J. L. CleninferIrw

FISHING NEWS\ At Embassy in Brazil resides in with various his pep wit and br*three. H., in Athens, Ga.

Mitt Betty ftttUman, daughterof children on N. Farm Uf rd. U 0. Ctamntw nd his ton, JB .
i *r r ett assG.dwla Mr and Mr. Prank BtlUraan, The Wellbrook Barvto Station donlnfer. Mt tat Athens
left Saturday to spend two to housed In I M by N foot CM Term? June 8 wham. they received. PARKWAY
month at the Colombian embassy building constructed for It by Mr word of the dMth qf Mr. Oon- :
NIt tar Tarcnler, Week .f I In Rio de Janeiro, Scud. Wellbrook.Sen Inger'a step ensatirS Mr. J, L. RESTIIURANTt
I JOB 1T-SI at a lust of Dr JOB J. Castro Clonlnger. 81, *| Ik* Clonlnget I
Colombian ambassador and his 'ice Clubs HelpIn farm near that .y
High Low family She went by plan with Boy State Project Mr and Mr*. A. 1. Clonlnger t
J un* I7 IMim.: 7Mim.un : .
|T.. 150pm.: Dr. Castro's daughters, Mbar cam to Oil diMHt In IBM and .
June .. 74Spm: Julia, Joiaphlne and Isabelle. who The Homestead Rotary Club operated a busJtiej near Royal
Jl IMam.
June 11 : 820am.: attend Alabama State College and the Redland DMrlct Lions Palm Park until (fcetr. place was Reopening Saturday June 18w'
June H_ 1t7 0:42p.:: un. 844pm.909am.Juo :: for Women where Mia SUUmen, Club are assisting John O SalleyPost wrecked by the ItM hurricaneThey ,, t,: ::,
of the American Legion in Florida till
It .. has just completed her sophomore -i lived in City "
133pm.: 011: p.m. The Castro Maters sending Jimmy Watson, president Mr. Clunlnger died In IMS. After '\ :
,June M,.. IU: a.m U. year I ; .. ;" { .
\ : pm. were house gueita last weekat of the H H, S. student council. that his widow lived on the farm ;
June 10, 7
428p.m: 10:311 '
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p.m. the'StIUman home 'here two to the Legion-sponsored Do)* near A thellJ. .
June 11_ 4 II" r
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: 10U: I.m. of them, Misers Isabella and Slate to be held at Florida State 1 ., .h j III .4rA I
June 31. / "
814pm.: 1130pm.: Josephine, pent the Chrlsttpas University in Tallahassee June II Two men named Wood and \" ." /I.
June 32-. 0:20: a.m, ll::Sam. Under .. ': t.t'I'. "
holiday. On the return trip, MM to 26. Stan were standing on a corner. ; .
June 22.. 6:02 p.m. 12.81.rn.:. g+ 1 's,
June 33,. 6 IS Stillman will visit in San Juan The post will pay for reglstra- A pretty girl walked by Wood "1' 1. i.
: am. 1208pm.: I
June 22... Puerto Rico: with Mil Phyllis ton room and board, he said. turned ta Stone. Stone turnlcto\ ,11, ."
841pm.: HUam: Colley, her roommate at college and the service clubs hive promised Wood. Then they both turned to Ne.IV r a
It you like stream fishing, this Mr and Mr. Still/nan left to contribute $20 each for rubber and the girl turned Into Management : !:.
;Week would be I good time to gee Tuesday for I vacation in the traveling and Incidental! expense a reltaur.nl.Ex.ATTENTION. .
Good Smoky Mountains and In Philadorphis '. ... '
report have been coming .
In from Gulf Stream fishing.


Ted Sen Wellbrook ice Station Opens Garage TELEVISION SHOWS

Golilds .
Baptists to Hear I II
( Waldo Wood Ted Wellbrook ot Redltmd and .
Dr. Sunday Homestead last week opened' ... ,
.' Dr Waldo Wood superintendent Wellbrook'i Service Station and In Dining Room and Grille ; .}'
of mluloni of the Miami Garage on Silver Palm dr, 'Just . "
Btptilt Association, will preach east of Newton rdAn / .' :: '
both'sermons at the First Baptist automobile mechanic lor 36 GROWERS .. ..../ .
%I etch of Couldi Sunday, Morn- yean, Mr. Wellbrook moved to (. I'
ng< services arc Ir 11, evening the Redland District I nearly 17 ,
rues__ at 7:30. year ago from New Jersey and I '" .
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We expecting limited i' . CURB SERVICE ,
Notice.-.New Summer are a \

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I Chilean Nitrateof "w,' ,, .:.i,

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Close at Noon on Plenfg-and U'C0 mian PLENTY-of Parking Space. :

Potash

Wednesday and Saturday


this month. Get your order in I
Open from 7:30: () a.m to 4:30: p.m. other da>'s. I -
now if interested.


.' Hector, SupplyCo. (

Phone. 31 and 371 .. I
LUXURY "

t Kilgore Seed Co. ,.F. E. C. fertilizer Co.Phone " ; .


t Phones 83 and 814 i'' 16 Homestead, Fla.

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'Top-volume production:; brings I you t :' f ; J i iI

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ftIt .6eas .ink -ssdles .dal .-I...! awn MMwOnl far Mr Your preference for Chevrolet Advance.Deiign : j :
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i.i -.l. si.b-s a rdNMdbs Nradd raw stamina and giant.sue load capacity. You'u like their sturdy t f .* P Efficient, "e onomle l operation . ., .,
sdw w taw 1600 ... ...., duly -.4. a Myd a se neei quality and their comfort and convenience.And 'OU'll.1ao prefer '
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Wilebases stash. a AMMIaI.ew........ them for their prize-winning i economy, for thete truck have J- SEE THE MODE 110 AMANA TODAY ATPRODUCTS'
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GAS-OIL INC.
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Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED' GAS

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Pale '1ui' HOMESTEAD 1 > LEADER-ENTERPRISE .Friday, Juror 17, 1949__


orchid' sad) ahowered with afaphTtw -KATHLEEN CAMPBELL NARANJA WM>S

ae.... CARTER SALE VAUGIIAN, JR.. OF (MIAMI I
.*.. .< hewer wore a ",- j' '

I' mmumm Social Events in South Dade . low ea. arieay porn aes wAils..flan,MIl tlttIIII an I White IU4MI, white etrnatiena VaiMr\ mother .f the bridegroom .

bodtee-Mtl Ml skirt Her ha<1- tent all lighted tapers wore a blue illk crepe

lrI : dimes wi a .... II fiewen. and, dissected the chapel of AJUpttMiMethodllt .dress. whiw --.rIft and
------ '11IIe cemw a caseaM Douejuet M Church BttunUy. Jw Teitaparwiebud oortaa..

;) IRWIN-RUNNELS MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZED\ WOMAN'S CLUB SERVES Miss MELBA\ COLLINS IlECOMES IffllDK( blue diltle' I I U, when Miss Ktthleen Camp After the ceremony, a reception -
DINNER IN' OABDENMr I The other attendant wore bell, daughter, of Mr. and Mn.Albert was held In :'ie' garden of
i IN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HOMESTEAD & B McOtrrth' Mrt OF WARREN C. WOOD IN ChURCh RITES I gowM of imllar' fashion! but different ,. Campbell of Ntranji,SW be-. the home- of the bridegroom'

Henry Pridjen and Mrs Idw. hue-pink, blue, green. km HIM the bride of Carter parasols
The mtrrlage of Mitt Hope rote earnatloni 'with orchid center Krone were hotteue it a garden. Mill Melba LoulM Colllnt' traditional wedding marche peach.. Each carried a basket of Vaughan"' Jr., ton of Mr.Of Mid 1719 M ra.Car'Wr N.. The huge three-tier wedding

Eudora Runnela, daughter lot Mr. ; the brldt'i .matron In eon pOUIuck dinner party given daughter of Mr and Mra. Mar-' 1 The bride entered on the arm summer flower Sal Vaughan cake, decorated In traditional
and Mn. Ralph B. Runnels, and grey, carried t nosegay of light <"f*. a try itMmber. tll the We. hall R Colllna of Ooulda, and of her Faber who gave her In The little flower girls were W. 4Mb .U, MlamIThe Jtmeaon offlclkted manner..wlth miniature bride and
Orval Milton Irwin, con of Mr )'elow'Im.tJolIl\ tarred. with" mah'i Clu* of Homestead In )honor Warren Clifford Wood, ton of Mr marriage She was attended by dressed In apple green taffeta }Bv J. 5 O.o'clock double- bridegroom was served by Mill
I and Mr* Frank N. Irwin, waitolemnUed Talisman roses; and the junior of their tmibandi. Bingo was' and Mra, Glenn C. Wood of Silver Mitt Wanda Lilly of Fort Pierce frocks made with fitted bodices, it the Mrs. Marls Adams Jane Kochmlt and Mrs Robert
I at T o'clock Tuesday, bridesmaid, In blue, carried a played after dinner, Palm dr, were united In marriageby maid of honor Mn. Roy Wood of full tklrt* and buttle They wore rini ceremony the nuptial Vaunhan! Nina Betty Jane Sope
June 14, in the First Baptlit t nosegay of light pink carnations the Rev. Alfred Hedberg Sundry Homestead i!.ter-ln-la .. of the green mini and battered roll of Miami played and Mill Margaret !Sparks! poured
Church of Homeilead. The ter- touched with blue. The wee flower HOMESTEAD CLUB STUDIES evening at T:30 o'clock In bridegroom, Mn. William U. petali from flower-Ilk batkett, musicThe father 1her In punch, and Mrs Fred Von had
vice a double-ring ceremony, was girl wore a long, lacetrimmedfrock rU>WER ABRANGEMENT Silver Palm Methodist, Church Hoffman also of Homestead, Mill The brlde'i mother wet dressed brlde'i. and her |titter Mn. charge of the brlde'i book.
performed by the bridegroom of blue dotted sr4les.The I Tropical flower arrangement The church, filled with friends Pircy! Etlln of Oouldi and MI. In pink, and the bridle oom's marriage WllUinl Gable Of Miami For the honeymoon trip, the
were shown and dlacuned byloin. Given mother,' In light blue, Both Robert bride an ...-shell ensemble'
brother, the Rev Lynn Irwin, mother of the bridegroomand of the beautifully Huchlnion or Fort Pierce. wore I wore ,
young couple, wee matron of honor.
palLor of First Baptist Church the mother of the bride wore V. M Orennell and Mn. W. decorated with palm, ferns Calvin Wood, brother of the conagee of ,variegated carnation wit Robert Lee Vaughan, brotherof white iccetaorlet and white orchid
of Akin, Ga, in the pretence of pink crepe"- draws, white acceitorlet B. Civet tt Tueaday'i meeting of and standards of white gladioli bridegroom, wti belt men, and Out Of town gueati were Mr the bridegroom, wit bent man I I corsage.Whert.
the many friends of both fumfllet.Ttuert and ,orchid cortege Mrs IfometUtd Horn Oemonttrttlon and light was provided by the< Robert Colllni, brother of the and Mrs C. U Hltoon uncle and and Mr. Cable and Fred X. VOMwere I they return they will live
In three aevVn-branched peat was gowned In Alice blue 1 Club. CVefyont brought flowercuttings tapers In'candelabra that addedto bride, Roy Wood, brother of the aunt ot the bride Jack Norvtll utheri I at 162 N. W. S5th it, Miami.
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candelabra provided a lOt light and silver with mulching picture for etching the decorative effect. bridegroom' Richard Hlckion of and Charli Smith all of Tot1 The bride wore a white French The bride wee graduated (romRedland
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Mrs Grennell, president
for the wedding. Palma formed a hat, and her flowert were white ip- Naranja and William Hoffman of Pierce. tucked gown made with !. High School where she
Before the Stanley organdie
background for itandardi of white carnation pointed Mrs Frank Hautman ceremony Homettoad were uthert. The wedding reception was war active In sport end Hv the
bodice and full skirt Herpicture
gladioli and a large basket ofpeonies Immediately after the ceremony Mra. R. E Edwards and Mri. V Wlttkop sang "The ROIII'}' and There vet two flower girls, held at .the home' of Mn. S. C fitted hat of tffeU and othercceMorlet : band and glee club. She attendedthe
and gladioli used In the a reception wai held at the M. Orennell, Jr, to serve at a "Bweetett Story Ever Told" to Judy Wood of Alachua and Linda HUaon in Could After the wedding were white and the University of Georgia and la
MnWlttkop.
committee accompaniment played by a
nominating Fay Hilton of Oouldi. pickle cake wee cut by the bridal
decoratlont In-
home of the bride parent' at white Bible ihowered now employed ai preliminary
carried
a
B. 1. Fletcher
I Mr. Caves, Mn. Prelim Mn. J.
Wood, young nephew of the bridegroom pair It was served by Miser Jane Urvlewer In the personnel) department -
Mri. Wlttkop played Dixie highway -
Stanley N. E. 11th it and the Bird and Mr*. Orennell served played Incidental organ music, and with white orchids and whlttctrnatloni.
McLan.
besrer.The nil Mill Ann
wit ring Thompson
National Airlihes.The
of
the nuptial music and the accompaniment The bride and bridegroomcut .
cold drink. Mitt Ollva played theFERNANDEZGEGAN
cookies Cecelia
and.a bride clad In 'ivorytatln Mlu Georgia Sktll) had charge oft
was an
for Mr. Wlttkop who the tint slice of the wedding The matron of honor wore a bridegroom was graduated
sang two solos, "At Dawning"and cake In traditional fashion, Mn.Ceo. gown mad with fitted brld, book. white ihtntung drew white ao from Andrew Jackson High School
"BtctUM," before the ceremony. Allen and Mra. Bowden : CEREMONY FOLLOWED bodice seed pearl bordered bertha The bride left for her honeymoon ceMorlet and lavender orchid .where he wee active In iporta and

The bride was given In marriageby served cake, Mrs Carl Endllch lit HONEYMOON TRIP TO HAVANA CUBA collar and full skirt ending in trip wearing white crepe, cortege. In the band. During the.war he
her father. Mrs. Everett Run and Mitt Barbara Jean Soper a long train. Her veil, hip length' while tcceatorloi and an orchid Mn. Campbell, mother of the served for three year In the U.

nelt, her iliter-ln-law, wan matron served punch: Mn. Peaie had fell from a red pearl tiara,.en4 cortige bride, wore a fchlte and rON S. Navy, and he I li now associated
of honor; Mr. Frank N charge of the guert book; and Mn ,tick Miry LoulM. Gegan, torlei and I corsage of While her arm-length gloves tapered to They plano return In a month dreu, white acceworlet and Pi- with Mi father in a plumbing
Irwin, Jr, tliter-ln-law of the Lynn Irwin and Evangellne/ and granddaughter of John T. Fltt- rowbudt. a point over hands that held a to occupy their new home in nochlo rotebud coring. Mn budneM In Miami.
bridcgroom'lwae| brlde'a matron; Sunrlra Pcute were at the girt Gibbons of Ttlbott rd., and Carla After the ceremony a wedding prayer book topped with an Gouldt.
and Edna Mae Runnel, niece of I tablet Fernandez of Havana, Cuba, breakfast was served at the Dlkle

the bride, was junior bridesmaid For her wedding trip, the bride and Coral! Gables were united In Belle Inn In the evening a wadding MRS.\ w.-is. CAVES ENTERTAINS THREE I r
i The brat man was Roy Nelson wore a white lull, green accessories !- marriage In a double-ring ceremony cake was cut,by the bride
and the when were Frank N. and gardenia coringe. performed by the Rev Paul and bridegroom at their home In GROUPS IN .NEW DOWNER PALMS\ HOMEbuilder

Irwin, Jr, Theodore Orfanodei, When they return they will live 1. Manning Monday morning itI Coral Cablet where they will live I
Henry Griffin and Clyde Bow.den at the Runnels home until their 8.30 I In Sacred Heart Church In when they return from a honeymoon Mrt. W B. Civet was hottem of the new home and the
Five-year-old Michael Irwin, own home li completed. Mr. and lomeltead. The ceremony'wti trip 10h.. home of the I June B and 10 at I series! of three builder' ,wives Cakes and punch w
nephew of the bridegroom,broughtthe Mri Runnelt loft soon after the followed' by a nuptial! m.... irldcgroom'i mother Mrs E. de parties In her new Downer Palms were terved \to the It present
rings In on a white satin pillow wedding for Maine where they, The bride entered the churchon Fernandez of Havana home at Tl N. K. 10th it and again Mra Caves was tsilitod

and Mlihncl'1 three-year-old sister plan to remain for several! month the arm of her father, Roland J Mr. and Mrs Roland Gegan, Twelve were entertained at tea by Min Campbell.
Paula Frances Irwin, tctttered The evening b"forllhe weddingthe began of' Chicago, >vho .... her Mrs, Lena Becher, mother of Mri.Gellan Thursday afternoon In honor of Friday night Mrs CIVil wit r
rose petal In the bride'spath attendunU and twlttant were In mtrrlage Preceding them went and Mr. and Mrs Peter! her mother, Mrs Sarah Hontcttcr, hostess to her fellow member of
from a iilin-uetaleil basket entertained at the Runnel home. the maid ot honor, Mine Maria Michel, who came from Chicago who plant te leave tomorrow fort the Fidelli Class of First Baptlit
The bride was radiant In a The bride attended ichooli in Mathlct of Baltimore. Rafael for the wedding, left immediately I t l1er t, home in Grundy Center,' Church.
gown of white allpper satin made Clinton, Me", and was graduatedfrom Lopez of Miami was bent man after the wedding breakfast Iowa. Miss Lou Campbell .
with square neckline, pointed, Maine School: of Commerce I Miss Helen FlUOibboni, aunt Other out of town guests were the.hOitett. CUB CLEARS till
form-fitting bodice tinning" In the and Mrt PeR e of the bride, played the nuptial FORCHARITY FUND ,
In Bangor She I Mime Clara Fernandes, sister of /
bArk, long pointed staves, and own and operate the Tropical. music. the bridegroom, and her flan The centerpiece on the dining The benefit card party given In 1 RA N4E
long skirt ending In I train. The Shell Shop I The bride wn clad In a cream Francisco Palmer, who came by room table was a large/ cutglatibowl the Lions Den June 9 by Red land ; ; YRIC "
11-1, ,,h hrl.lan'ell that hung filled with gardenias Mri Friendship Club, cleared $119 for EI-EC
The brJdl'.room.l'duuted In the colored lull of silk brocade and plane from Havana to attend the {1 I'
CIVil hid and other ar-
a trimmed with seed grown the club'i charity fund HpTpplxT ER '
frpm
rap HomeMead tchnola, la a mason a filmy white picture hat and wedding MIX
pearls and ttcphonotii was the rangementt of gardenias were Mrt. Chit Calderwood won the C CN
contractor. He has a long recordof other aeceuwlei of willie Site
one worn It years ago by her Buy 'Scout end church leader- wore a corsage of Talltman rotes The bride, a graduate of 61Scholaitlca strategically placed. grand price and Mn. Oil Wlllt, tp atA. 9tM
tiller Mrt Howard fare, whose deacon Academy of Chicago The tecond party was given the second priM. Twentyfivetable
ahlp work, II I now a junior ind carried a white prayer book
has been in the
offlrei
wedding[ unnlverury-like that and chairman of the board of and foiary Her, attendant were of South employed Did Farms and hai that evening In honor of the prizes alto were. given Mrs.t :

of their ptrintt-alto la June 14 uihert of First Baptist Church.Mr. dark blue crepe, dark blue accei- been attending law classes at the
The bride of
wore a string pearli
and carried a cascade bouquet of: University of Miami. pHS.YI ;
jut-denial( and' stephanotis : !Mlle\ AND MRS WW. WOODSON OBSERVE The bridegroom, a gradual of D tsMt

l Her: uttendanti.: In organdy gowns TWENTIETH; [ ANNIVERSARY OF(MARRIAGEand the University of Havana and 5 rah
over white taffeta, Wore miRe of aulilant director of the Miami trtotc
matching hue and white tulle Beach Berlltt School of Ltngutget -
headpiece Alike ellcf.pt.In (color .!end Mr* W. WWoodmn Mn. dee. McConnell Mr. received a law degree
the gowns were fashioned with on Tuesday celebrated the twentieth and' Mn..E. & Pickering Mr. and from the University of Miami on I
high necklines tight/ bodlpeiahort\ anniversary of their marriageby Mri. Chas Falei, Mr and Mn June 6. ,
wing-cuffed ilee&emd'long\! full giving/ a dinner party"at the Lloyd King, Baby Judy King and $
Bamboo Tavern Ctrl Baxley. tlwe 1. hat tl. minimum ....1....'..
skirts The matron of honor, In
tar III n..M_ end bullitlnn, I I. HlnrlKin
blue, carried a nosegay of light Ouviti at the dinner were Mr The de.aert mine, an anniversary III I ot OOWMK 'PALUI No. I kMliM4 <
teen th* trmmt ans I*. Ittl FOR YOUR
cake and Ice cream, was .....
fat la d(
a iqticra r. *n> >t>protl "
served tt the Woodton home onTenneaee as rev.All Beautiful Formal Gowns!
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Wsodeon'asurprise pwmR ir Iwrtlif KHIfM 1""UI /
rd. Mn.
M.d.. tin tOUl. -u.. Cltir Cwiiwll will
1 Custom Built- gift from her husband .lioU a piiblle _... .t which UHM .11 Nothing *o delicate at a fine fashioned evening -
1._.... ,.riloe s.. /1..1..... 10 dtsds.d .
Jalousies J were an orchid cortege and I color 11001. r e.wm'dub'eofubt'IiATED own-and nothing we take more palm
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Glaus- platinum dlumond-tet watch.
Ihla erne liar at II." A. D. with In cleaning! No worry for you when it'.
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CLARA LVNNB HARKNKtS CITY Of HmnrBTFAB undergoing our deluxe treatment-thorough
Aluminum HAS BIRTHDAY PUTT Of .. 1:. fcOWAHDt.NOTIIR .Clwa, a and gentle.
(s... .. 10. It IH'I
Clara Lynn Harknett ctattrnatei Garment Insured against theft, fire, lad

Venetian Blind Storm Shutters In Mrs Ruth Oventreetiroom "01.... to .kmbr TO ITOCKNOI.nR. ... &N' UM ..aes1Rahn water damage whll In our pvelen.
in Redland School helped / al itarkholdm I of tto. llwldito..t

Repairs Alterations New Buildings Clan Lynn celebrate her .tell p..,, .t UM Fntlllin.".:.. of Ooniwiir UM cH..I. -..wet."". .M l TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS r
twelfth birthday at a party given FlorUl. TiMMlir.. J... 'r.
) l lssa .t I n. for th. of .1H\! r
r. purpuM
at the trhool on .June I by her
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In* a herd f dlracton and 'sett"
mother, Mri. R. W, Htrkntat. MMh .tli.. bu.i.wa M may aonia Mor* W. W. Seven, Manager

A aurprlM guest ot honor was !I". MMtlaa O. W. MOODY, rmMrM. 8. E. tint Are. Phone 1IT /
George N. McHugh Contractor Max Wailer a tallow cleumate A.. ft."I.I. !, _.,..T.-.. .

with the tame birthday.

Games were played, and cupcakes I
G BISCAYNE DRIVE nu HOMESTEAD lll-l Ice cream and punch were "I HAPPENS EVERY DAY 6 PLOTNERHuRRYDFARra'CMILDRFNDON

served Mrs Htrknett wit attlit- I.
NA ACiRCuS ANYOu2 1NtARfIUi1VLANrANYf3ING1biWI
ed by her eight-year-old daughter ,
Vemalllt, and by Mrs Over- RffP FAWFRstirSTAR i p L Ni1l>: jfJ

ttreet. vVTX) TWCM SUING THC CIRCUS PERVORMLT r 10!
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16AM/ THlf V, AV .1),1) :1ti
omens INSTALLED ApKlla
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FOIl SILVER PALM W.BC.R. ,.
Officers ot Silver Palm W. S. ) G f 1 bllu FS od J.

C. S. Installed\ Sunday ant Mr ssAl t r I I ... '
Marie Hemming" preildent; Mn. Alto, Yl : r RfCl' Mixer Included!;) (& ,_

LtRoy Sprinkle, vlce-pretldent; gyp EEa ,. /Oil Ot ND wonder-value!Yea. .J, / ) ;\
11,11'. truly a -
Mrs R. A. Noisome, tecretaryt and
I f : the famous Hamilton Koch/?/
ANGR
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Mrt. A. H. Croute, tretiurer. Alt f GEB12S get . f '
Miser with visible food
installed were the Hcretarlet, Mrs 1
A. L. Campbell, Mn. Frank W..t, : /Dkk control. . . . . .$14.251V
Mr W. H Wiggins, Mrs Miude y t Hotpoint t Elttric 1 tag_ $239.95 L>t ; '

Chandler. Mrs Elmer Crawford, _
Mn Edith Kirk, Mr*. Q. c. Sly ,f, Bird Totol ..olui;..,,.. /' $114.10' "" t .' '

en and Mrs C. W- Melton ChevroletVAN'lilGalt6Nfnaul YOU SAVE .';.'r.-7V.-; .$ : 4,1SJ.) Ij j -1'

Insist on Quality Norma Or tONINB'BHAtlNQ CIIIOINANllNOTUk ON fHAMCIOf 1600 Co.fheat. I- t '... _. .'

sit (10" ....la now-MMBRY awed GIVEN Onas.wae iWt Uw oUf RbXfAY A/IIEr4R1/ Ot16aW M Cool, Clean, Convenlettf=and
'U M ........ IM r..aa p.eE I
Groceries Economical HOTPOINT Range! .,

'Moroolnt brings you a host of exciting fegtureslt,

In this super-range. . feature you con count >

on and depend on''for cool, clean cooking.*.j" i i

You may save a penny WINDOWS I .* e AaM matte Ox TmiMietire..8 S Miwn4. Surfec Ctedh: ''j' i

and .e c..t... antics...Ts,._temp. a .....,elapmej" Cd'd. U'IufI.. -
here there '
a a penny "11etttIC CI4ct r foOaert t...rift .Catw, .... t
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Aluminum Awning Steel Casement .
elsewhere but is it worth V ,
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Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double HunjRomf , tr
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the insignificant differ "
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Romf Aluminum Jalousies Glass Jalousies T ... i ,'\ .

.. I Only' $23.00 Down" .
when :\
inferior
ence you get ......
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Jewelry BpJriBg *. f *
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p ashes UaUwtafly A.....4 ,

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* I III M... JeIHI Seed N wthrlcg Hour evade *"f Mr. .OW MM AVIV. I HABMBf
10.'. Min' meeslse. at her bear. 3015. J. R Nyman IIIItII ..ate --1 I Ml wee with men tfcan 40*, HauHng, iaadecaptng.
\I[ 1 week _.Ift-taw and ......... Mr. an1Mr tM fkS. .... .
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: In and *. Mm M INteti of" Ctawla-' ONY 111,800-TIHMl, !
de. Ground Mr. and M... W. L. CtnimUr tan, and little ............ ty... J4a, llwcaok-d. I
of Princeton and' their fan, Jeta and Kathy Other vtatter. at the I FuMllllRp a...INeaear Mare

spa cost X have returned treat a vMen i Byrum hMM .wee* Mi. .. Mill M U. ... oat, I ,*., oMar ..., Jaloueled AU week oUVAOt-Qctdi. aarrlo '
PrIM
trip that took them I through the Comb ol CaMkrMfe, 0., and Mr. Mb*... R guwanlMd
: resemble. bert J. ,
8apok .
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Homestead Midwest! Into Canada and to S"e-
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(Oontlnue on Page ) MlIM.Worn CaVIl
himDrivt
ave. Just north of .
ep. CUM, N. Y. when they vtatted I-btIIroom I
of friends for a week. Mr. and Mrs.Chambers florida City. Phone ,u-.. !
o Cemetery & Mausoleum FOR8ALBMOTORBOAT. In DOWNTOWN LOCATION

m'tIng ',n --- .. who left Princeton on double tamer lot with PAINTING, --'UIIJ, waterproofing 1 I t:

Mr. and Mrs Prevcott H. Wood May It went tint to Ktnaa City Woodlawn Park Cemetery garage and Me aatertment and gluing, NciA..
.
Oat
L. B. Rock
attended a reunion where Joined bjr John I I", Inboard tan'
they were I
Warning fruit. ONLY .
NI' 'will leave Saturday for JMO & W. 8th St., Miami IMOO.New phone T4-a |
Washington (
nil of his 'war-time unit, the who had Just finished his tint va tap, trailer excellent run pjy )
,
R. L, where they will Phone 4-78U
nd resideatt. Fourth Division In Washington year al the Nazarene college nine OIRIII 1\Qa\ $>H. Dcmotiatra frame rtuoco, 1-bedroom 1 Ijl
run until Aug. 10 while Mr. Wood D. C., June II and II. Charles there Ty Watrr Oatteanen at A wid. selection of cemetery Mi lion by anointment 0. N. Mc- Orv mowing Carl KmOidt,, RtI. ,
homo with
ert arilworks I on his matter of science Rock, ton of Col and Mr*. Roc, IXUtCltjf at moderate price available from Hugh Ph. TIS.ft. (J J1TU) U. S. No.carport on t acre. Bw .... lton+eel.ed. (oldUtchwerU ; .
near 1-14,000.
' ,.4, degree at Rhode Island College la expected home today from Mr end Mre Floyd Arptn large untold cemetery acre*** plar. King few*.)
'Peed .P' of Education and Mr*. Wood at- Boulder Cola where he flnWied their children Cheryl Jean and Community mausoleum of I,TIf I (goats, I kid. W. P. Almwrh, 13th (ltlf) I
' Water will be turned off at the S arre cleared land In ,
vtend." i Northeastern crypt and niche very
Unlvenrtty big freshman year at the Undver'qty Jeffery Scott, and' Mr. Aspan'smother it at Seaboard. Ph. 4M-W. (Jill)
tad eli, Business college. They will be of Colorado.Mr. Mn. Nora Arpan, left town water plant, Tuesday, June oValrtbl residential aertlon;. FLOOR BANDING end HNISIN1NO l'

the accompanied a* far as North this morning for their home InIvalllWln. It, from T a, an to T p.m. for the FOR RENT Mahogany trer*. thirty or by the KICK and DRYI II.WO. rnoUn ale and phi floor '
hundred, all altea 50c Pre .
Carolina by F L Mcllwaln ", ho and Mr*, Joe Pool of AR IIL. after a week'i Till of Inttalllng chlorinator up. :
1e purpose a asphalt and ru"UI.- ., Itooleum. 'j
> .I.e will visit relative in Greensboro lanta and their daughter, Jan, I. South AUtpatUh Garden with Furhs,Ph. Bli-W. (pjie) }-be \troom CDS horn Ia NEW
All cu.lahould Snake Day ph. ll-W night .
ltd ,". necea- cundltlon; TERMS TO SUITI! ; h17W.WE
left J. M -bedroom houae and 4-bedroom
Saturday after a six-day visit Mrs. Arpan't mother, Mra. Golden
Mr. and Mrs U Seabrlght BANTAM
J.
Murray of ere with Mr. poole's uncle and Halferty and her aunt, Mr*. Kits wry preparations for a water houae. Mr*. A. V. Anderson, RL. i t
CHICKS and white Africa REALt DO reJIihl* welsh .
will leave June
Princeton
Iv. ? I 25 for' aunt, Mr. and Mr*. A. Frank de Young. Mr\ de Young U *ccompanylng apply during this period. I, Box 277. ()I7)) FOR COMPLETE reptlnng.Woodi .
a five-week visit in Ft. Collins, guineas Fred Fucha, Pit 5VW. Jewelry, MoCnry
Webb. The visitors enjoyed deep them th. return ESTATE: : SERVICE see
emhe f" Col. with their aon-ln-Iaw tea fishing Wednesday and Thursday trip which will be on.made by way TOWN OF FLORIDA CITY )-room cottage, reasonable; running '(pull) cad. (slit)

,n daughter and grandchild, Mr. andMrs. in water near Conch Key of New Orleans. Mil Holfwty Q. M. Arbogatt, OerkBBAKI. water, shower. Rt. 1, Box SDeUTiPULURCHII -available.! ; FUCIIS IT YOU HAVE: aar"' tng to Milt
Jo* Elder and RICHARD
," Margaret Ann. Mr. Elder 11-year-old is the where the Webbs bays a cottage. will ny to Chlc..ood'n1 and will S97, Phone 691-J. (JIT) at an time Homestead Floral K you Md MTthtn* visit

Miss Sadie Others in the party were Mr. and visit in Evaniton tan about 'the and Gift Chonpe JJJ N.W. 4th it. Registered Broker the Swap Shop. W* buy mtIrmaoj -
isn former Murray ,
I-bedroom cabin, 121 month.
Mrs John Andrew Webb Mn.\ Ant of October. cor. and av*. (a2f( ) or John II. Hale, Salesman in good condlti, ttovea I
and
Lights water furnished. Pti
I Ile Mr. and Mrs A. L. Davis left Will Webb of Fort Pierce, Mrs. Ire iMxet, ado Th
a Ph. 411 TM-W P.o. Boa IIIMember Swap Shop
FLOOR or
Mr. H M. Pool .ii recovering : 204-W. JIT) SANDING and FINISHINfl. -
C. W. Tallulah r
Tuesday for t stay in Highlands, I Leiby. Webb. Uullll I"' S. Ilagler "Ave. Homeitead.Floor .
N.C.: Dickie Frill and Ronni* ,.Webb. from seven Injuries received In ale and pine floor of Chamber _.._ .455.
,,, -- I it fall it her home on Klngaum e .asphalt and; ab'-ii; ', linoleumDy i ;; of Canmemr n.

edal ,,,a Mr, T.'J. Fitzgerald of Ten- Major pan' Xlngman has been Crone rd. ___ I -= ph. SI1-W; nights, H7-W, : I I IHenJ. Sanding and tlakthjng.

nd ..uha ,.. nesse rd. left by plane Tuesdayto her on have-frosi Korea to see Mr. Viola Orlffla of Jacksonville llomejtetd Glass Co. -Qlau fo Alphaland rubber tile; Phone

?1 spend'a month In Detroit with his' father, Col. Ralph W. King was a howe gueit of Mr .SERVICE Offices all purpose W* do steel tai" UT-W. (achltf. )

U.ed her mother. Mrs J, M. Sweeney, man who It recovering .from a and Mrs J. H Kitchen several glatlng and glaring of all Warren Morris
,,,,,,li' who ii retiring from her position serious Illness. 'Major Klngma dye Scat week. For Rent 201 N. Krome. Phone 171. type Registered Real Estate Broker &EK ALEX LANIER for well
rag ,,J. u clerk of the board of educationof .and Mrs Xingman, who cam Immediate 'Service drilling. Corner Krome ave,
the Detroit i schools and coming from Nebraska jol 'hlm' her, Bill Geronlmo Jr., of the county CONCRETE BLOCKS, all sitesBruce' : I have bu>ei.* fur small tncts and fit: iota at. Phone ...-w.I .
.: here to reside. They will make plan to leave today for Valentin, two : of glade land alto buyer for
road patrol la spending a Suitable for lawyers, Block Co., Ntranja, Flu. 100 A. land.
the trip south in Mrs. Sweeney'scar. Neb., where their children' are week vacation'In New York, New Reasonable Prices Phone '''. potato
; visiting relatives, ,,and with the Jersey and Delaware.Mr dentists real estate 131 g. Krm Ave, Ph. IllLOST WANTED
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Lots 12 and 13 Blk. 11, I I
children to Mil on the July transport Pnrvenlr
Mr. .end Mrs Harvey Stride for Korea.Edward A. W. Mohn; ; plant to leave Quality Workmanship brokers and other Phone J3J-J. Mrs. W. H. Woods, Experienced painter 'with spray ,
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laud of Cftulds 1 their ton, John I lOOn to spend a few" week with McCrory Arcade. (m18tf) . equipment Ne other need apply :
and Mrs. Strickland's mother Little returned Sunday her daughter Miss Betty\ In New proC'ssions.Appt1 Southern Metal Work. Phone f

Mrs. Brooks Waters, leave today from'a trip to Birmingham York, before going to Ohio to visit M est-J. (on
for Onley, Va., whore they will her ion, Richard, with whom she Loa-! Wallet Finder u.I roan. s. I
spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs pick Hanson and will spend two month ENOINI OVERHAUL Raskin money If he'will i ;return paper B wl ig-ll..rttl9ni and mending

,daughter Sharyne are: cnloyln o Crotons valuable to owner David Fred. of all kind. Mr. A. Mayo, .5 N.
Mr. and Mrs T. E: Stadlf are a two-week vacation In' Detroit\ Houa gueata of Mr. and Mr*. O 212 8. Krome Ave rick 41 N. W. 8th it JIT( ) W. Ind SL (P117I4)Wanted ) 1

.vacationing. in Qnnlit, N- C I and Canada.r L. O. Clonlnier of Redland rd, MOTOR TUNE-VF And Acalyphns lOc
list week were Mr. and Mri. o I
Homer Ledbetter of Maryvllle, FRONT END ALIGNMENT MISCELLANEOUS .

Tenn. their two children and Mr. o I store building located at 331 S.

r edbetter'i L father Homer Led- PAINnNOBOOT Dnjlcr are Ph. 83.: (JlO-tf) rhryallu ..............,,.,...33c

better Sr., of Koblntvllle. N. C. o -- ... .- Hibiscus '.. ...................50c Want Phone, an 231-M.experienced Address|>ibyiltte: 2U3 >N rT
AND FENDER I and 2-bedroom furnished
1I' Mr. and Mn.: Laban: K. B4+hop REPAIR kitchenette cotuiges.' Reasonable Surinam Cherries .....25c Krome Ave, Apt. over 1>0<1<1''*. ;

are pending a alx-week yacatlon o rates. Pleasant, grounds for chll- alc! br. (pilT) To ,
In Ohio. Royal) Palms .. ........1.00 Jtoy ;
BE/11 COvsR1, dren. nedland Court. In 261-R-5. EXPERT Lawn Maintenance service -

Mr. and Mri. Billy Simmons 0 (1l-If) Let ut take over your f

and Billy Jr., have moved from XTIIOL8TERINQUNDEaOOATtNO Doll Nurseries landscape problrmt. Summer ORANGESLUCERNE'S
he Tower apartments on N. o Room and board (12 wk. Ph mtlntenanc*. Sickle blasting,

Croma av*. to Miami. I''' 03-R.. (mZOlf: ) spraying, planting Reasonable J,
0PORCELAINIZfNQ East of Wl.ahif "' .11, NaranjaNxlf prlcet R. K. Tally, Redland Nur ;
Miss Minnie Dell VYoodton left : Jerry" Mowers. Call Doug at wry It Landscape| Co. Pit. Home-

rhunday for Bartovjr where she 0 47. 130 N. W. Bin it (uhf) Read 700-XM-J. (JIT)
will spend a week with Mill LUBRICATIONGENERAL Florida fit en Dixie Hlwy :'
[ j that old r. Katharine Godwin, her roommate o 2 new half-bag cement mixers NOTU'I tlNbU rllTlTlolI' MACS XBRE normal permanent wtve.
About
prescription Dr. Jooei t at Stetson University this past REPAIRS Ph. 147, Tower-Crow. (m2ltfroom ) . .h..km*I.:I at .t <, +*.. ImllMM sale wrote for two Tht hotel It year and her roommate-to-be 0 | <
you year ago. .
COM'PLETI I luin mm* .., K. K. K. .1, J a ails.A.1. 1
Southern College next year, Mist A BUMPER-TO- upstairs apt gas stove, .. M.HM.IMII. /IMMib la MlilMMM Phone 152. (jl-tf)
Fi _.,..'.Mtheihelfinycoaroedidoecabioetiftbouf.! Godwin will vUJUet the Woodnon BUMPER SERVICE: freshly Kentoned frlgldalte. niiiii* wlUt lh:;lfr- .* Ohs Clrrultthnirt r.1Will
ham following' week end will ..eE .I Come tee It. Also dOWD"" .". at i.d. .!, O ,eta, rkiriit, Oo fishing with CtpL Ik* Smith.
ooc-fourdi full would be safer for tht .
It .WrAklUM 11
you ...,....... Shirk River and WhitewalerDajr'freh .+
: ;1 accompany Mn and Mrs. Woodeon BLDG T P L A N tP porch room. Mrs, Maud Chhhdlar ill 1f ll'' hagrlNNrs: .. .. '" '' jbuy in. the wood laes jw -'

end your family to discard it. Someone and Minnie Dell to their I summer PAT AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKER Silver Palm dr.. Ph. 447-J-1 U..IK. WIN 10,, n, r. Jela I. less, 14-J.J .O'Tarpon Don 857'ipecUlly.Homestead. I'h, have Writ It. Wlrth, (30 .
home Highland, N. C. e P. Malaga Ave, Coral Cables, Fl*.
take it mittale child .
F might by or a maybe SERVICE: (PJIT) ((11111)Wanted )

ttrtcted it the color tad do hinuelf harm Mr Kenneth Unite and daughters :
to by bright ; o Expert refrigeration/ service all
Judy and Nancy, will leaven $50 Down to buy -Quonnet buildingany
makes, Fields Welding ,
mcdidnei deteriorate after end their June 27 for five or Shop
Many evpoinre to light car a rise J. L Bledsue Route 2.
Princeton B4J-R-2. (
pjlO)
air On long standing; lome compounds change their Ihr Many 1 week and visit Providence In west Springfield H. 1. Mrs Bird Chevro et Co. 2/ and 5 Acre Tracts 7rr* makln( and alterations at Box 4>t, Mlnml. (J3-J17)) ) ,

I chemical itnicture.Yes,the safe thing to do U to throwit W. O. Robertson will accompany ? No. IS Arcade Open dally Monday Wiinted-Buih and Baugh f ft I
hem' as far aa Stanton Va., her 1171. Are.Ilomestfad East of Princeton through Saturday except harrow, Box 44, Ntranja '

awry If illness gain overtakes )'Ou. get your doctor formed home, where, she will visitor Ft*. Wednrulay p. m. Mrs Charlotte! .(PUT) 1

six weeks Phone tl D. doff, P. O. Box see (mlfttf) 1I I
B
ghispreguipuoatotufor.awruwmpouadi.giDOWARD High Pindand Good (Hard Road ..r MM' mil *t (1aoa"I.,.' *UI M New..
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C W.'Little Lake !
went to Worth
IN cue CIKIUIT COUaT OF mt.irvKHTN TW fMMlMMr" TAT rat. a'etdassea.rshe. i
JOHNSON Ph. O. Friday to bring home Mrs. Little 22 Years With Grove Land Uus Service ... 4iiiiii i s-tern'' ?. IN : :".Morn : eseWAiCb' laseee.mla I
AND" H1K tADK COUNTIT 'UlHIUAN re ea.- a most.,. 0,04
who had visited; there since Easer cNAMctar Ascot Illk, nil, ..
ChevroletAnnouncement Free Title Insurance and Abstract vklrk uMWM meet. I Itt
Sunday at the home of her NO. item nw4* M ilw IIM far ol <,

aon-ln-lsw and daughter Mr and Reasonable Zoning "AT Coy MOTIPR.Ploloufr.n TU. APPEAR ol lent :a7.a:,lo M Glades Mrs. Cecil Walker. .. 'tl
$ Mk
[ Prescn'pdon Shop 1 "" n. nri.ANY: H o>oj .1.n.tOldutaTO. __ ..I to r.ro l... .OM| .orlfftt*.
Eddie Carter, ton of Mrs. Ed- EXCLUSIVE AGENTS i PHIL UrLANT ale ANUMJNK Th _...ni'"'t nf MM Morton cuMklU
I M IIKLANy ale alb. KxMooi Uo. AIR CONDITIONEDII ward A. Carter returned Tues- k......' t MB| .oro.Mo4 to k* cads-\-r'r.:\ :
E. L. COTTON If llolot' *..|, If I... oil wiltnowilMn oUoool lafth of II.....'... sdOsa.. tfooilvnlni
N. Krm Ave. from St
Phe.e .t Andrews School
ay in ...|..-.. ........ (..ft.... Minh o orrtolo nortion ...k ..'
iuwanee, Tenn. two or otter pith. tloliolii< or, lad'> 0. H'tlm. ..,. Morl.>. hivlno WM
Phone 4-IHJ Ill N. Stale. IIw,., South Miami lomwli. ; oor or onloH our of UMOlrf orlrloollr H>I>M4 kr !*"' O. HJt .o4
IMMHtaOU. WkO. OTO MA hoses kte Mf, M oollounl oororkr for* 'hoi I
to 4 or ollnlrlHIT ...<> to kr Ux Wok.
o> oo> MM o4 MM
Small Maps\ of Momestead\ and NATIONAL SANS or KOCItt.TKH *. host.. free Nato kr .!HOI to Uw
INDIANA, a U. .. ". IIII! Mf Flew N.M..I, rank ., e..heae. IN".ft.
tsr.Ike. ... she e4. bash. .h.0., ..... asd +
Florida I awA'se, ........ -. me.. Nw.C nw.essrN
CityNew I.LLaa.aiasadICai.kis. .... .... ham m eOd-M..
NKW MiaOAVNK ll.k.nro TWO MM** .tor.txoT A_. ...." be p,is
available at city clerk'e office and from e ale M inM .I..I&O-. .a.kd. I. u..aoesel Lwde.xamaa', I
ol I/. lo too PiUr.. nee ...
1 OOM > a 5 sw.me pCHdd hi1A. 0oll.
::r.ftaita wets.I PkirMo.You .: ......... .sit .d wit rat fear Ill 1.
The Board of Directors wish.to announce ass Hrartr: anQuiau r .sw.edw -.
G. A. CRAWSHAW''II file. 01 MOMrooro I. loo skew sIpCO. 50.0451-o s d Jesa, Ilea. I
.. .. 'it
eve w. u. CI. Ooorl of Uo a. 4CATHIt.WAN.
that JOHNNY MATHERS, of Goulds, (1000.... FtarUo, ol tK. O..tr tevrt CMa. d C1t, c..m,
N. W. llth Av*.. Mlaaal Phone I-5MI saw lo r.ir.Io: Ikulo COMMIT, riorkb, 0or )ott t .'
Mon IM*. lo o kill. of OranI.lal M .
Florida,f to no longer connected with FLOR- : kiwvoi onion ro or :2"J r. tnir"!
lorkto ooriMvUMi, ft* Iko we.WONes 1b.,1
n kit In s.rla.ae AlMrnom tor riolollfliiio.li
IDA' TROPICAL FRUIT GROWERS I
and Ind 0 aMM .
r.wbu.ol me4.n
f It costs no more to own ,........ e.s ..iii_ ... anew. ... 1&..... P1eMs.Y W. 1
ASSOCIATION in any capacity. .._ .,-c. ......- 1M aUlws.0sa. a taw Is 1T It July I, 150))

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FIEEZEI CROUSE & BURR Build ; Without Cost


Prices from 149.50 ._ '
To You
ALL SIZES AVAILABLE t

,Cabinet Shop With Our Lumber i

HARRIS REFRIGERATION CO. 'Building & RemodelingWelding -, - '; i

H. O. Barber

140 N. Krome Ave. Homestead Phone 196 It's the safest and cheapest in",the long run.

SaVEK PALM DIU-1 ML WEST OF 0. .. I
General Contractor Licensed
Strong, sturdy timber, makes'strong support for I and Insured f
..- Phone 523-W-l Phone 176-W
- ;::;; ""I Homestead

your home-your walls, your floors, your beams,

GENERAL.ELECTRIO '

and anywhere else where quallfjvwod.... Is needed.

SALES AND SERVICE ,


Radio and Appliance Repairs Job Printing TURNER'S FUNERM. I



LICENSED CONTRACTOR and INSURED Field PHONE Crate lIs-R Stencils W. D. Home Co. rec. 1



Hardware and Building Materials oTt2i4Iour Ambulance Scrvfco

r WRIGHT ELECHUC Florida City Press FRANC: L. SKILL.' Owner ,

li N. Krome ATe.'I Phone 277. Cremation,

''E N. Erome Are. at First SL Phone 28S-W Phone 270 Homestead, Fla., 1 ,

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fte HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 11, 194t
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PROGRAM PLANNED creek. Va., and with his wife and City He I* now employed there Msdicsl petlwil. : Men J. Baccalaureate Service r 1
BY PKEKBTTt l N OROl'P I little sons Oruoe and Mi, lives and plan to make that city bis Curl James Johnston and P'I
I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs Dan Plummer has dwrRe IN AND AROUND in nearby Norfolk. Albert By-I home Prid efl. Jr. ol Homestead_; Held Sunday Evening
of the program fee the June rum another son <* Mr. and Mn. Willie Morgan of Florida City; The baccalaureate. sermon forUM
meeting 01be\ Women ef the Byrum. recently" Joined \nil wife A. ICeembeU Ie I reported take MM Evelyn Ooun of OouUs; RedUnd\ High School (Tadu4tinf
YOUNG Presbyterian Church\ the education HOMESTEAD} who wee vlstttof\ \in Jettefton recovering from" msasUs end Rudy IMwrt. of letemorado.Surfllcal clue was preached ta th
PEOPLE GIVE SURPRISE PARTY ,
I building at I o'clock Thursday .....,..............*.-....*..... paUenle: Mr Roy school auditorium Sunday even
t FOR REV. AND MRS\ W. L. CHAMBERS JR. ProvliloOfli made for the .
: JAMES ARCHER: IMITII Walker. Jr. and Lyto McNeeley W by the Rev Wnv
care ot small cnudreo during the IV ONr> CMMM Y Cline far td b. f. HOSPITAL NEWS of Homeeteed, Chris Boodry of pastor of Perrlne
(Continued from Pf Five) 11oo ..... .oM rf ..... *..,.... ......
f In honor meeting OHr IINIIIINI................... Florid Oily; Mr. Constance ....,> Church. The Rev. KopoI1j
0 of the third anniversary of the church. A program of Byrum nephew, Harry Antler '" INi Is Jib UM lisa ;
\ All members, their friend and 1wsamv ea:. ; ton of Redland,Chas Simmons of the Invocation and
I of their marrt* e, the Rev game and contents provided en. on u( the army air force who UtalltMied ,. P..l'' Birth live
\ 1 W. L. Chambers Jr., pastor of terUlnmenl neighbor are (Invited to attend. ( In Miami Lt. Sinks I'.... ..ww.u'. .n o..... to 4 bl/elol. IeI' Daughter to Mr. and Mr* Sam Perrlne) Donald, Linda and Hsr- Harley Core, the
Homestead Church of the Nelo 'fret ('In*'. Nib IK4 I".. IkM I f. old Sickle of South Allapattah; Mrs. Clarence Gray played th
June 11
A wedding cake bearing a yrum.tldeal; Mm of Mr. and Mn King on
o }i erene, and Mr*. Clambers .were. miniature. bride and bridegroom Byrum, U now stationed at the I'a. T- lip' .Mk.K, KDWARDt.IMSK. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene and Berry 81mm of Rt. X, Miami processions), and Stanley Willioi
'J liven a surprise. party Monday and three candles centered the TTV navy air bate in Little <'" d TUrllCltf H..sel. PS.. Eflgelhardt on June 10Fr sang the Lord's PrayerBuilding .
! night by the young people of the dining table The cake was cut! ..
) : church. The party was given at by Mr. Norman Benson end ff *** TMCRV MOR& RED
j the home of Mn Bonnie Steven served by Mia Lucy Clndrey and ID OW BCACtC SQUARES a
% ON
A CHCCKEK BOARD
Mr end Mr*. Chamber were Mlai Murtha ROM Free. Mr COMPLETEInsurance
I I prevented with an electric! mix- Verlan Slcemort bad charge ofarran.menta. NOTICE TOGROWERS Service ?
mailer by member and friend See


MRS. KENT NAMES COMMITTEE HEADS 1 AN6weetS MeIvUMBEIi John II. Hale
II I )
} ; e FOR BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CLUB I


(( B. P. W. C. committee chairmen Smith; public affaire, Mrs. Eleanor ,aa ITCIIS REAL AT ESTATE Repairing?
: FYoicher radio. Mr. Kent)
for 1949-50 were announced Monday ; ; rhenes 4it175ETYPEWRITER
t night by Mr. Frank Kent and scrap took\ Mr. Smith. Mr-. WHERE CAN 'YOU GET
president at a meeting held al Herman Hcinleln .was made JI.r-
ma office of Mr*. J. Ralph Smith liamentarian.Mr .
We
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\ expecting late thismonth
They Include: education and vocation D. A. Tlbblt give a report are
Mrs Mont ., Baker; finance of the flu '* charity work. iiii limited of We can give expert advice for your problems on:
Mr*. Irene. Lamb: health i Mra. Irving Weachler! was admitted a amount I Water
JONES Wiring, Pumps, Ventilation and Air Conditioning *
and safety, Mr. Oils" Wllla.; Inter. to membership.
\ national .relation Mr*. Don Ferreyra A program meeting will be 'Md e Heating and Appliances.We .
I ; legislation, Mr*. John June 27 at the office of Mr. Nitrateof Can de your work a* welt' and as
I ,j BaUt; membership, Mrs. Wills;,I Krowhrr. i'iionte all-\\\ reasonable as anyone. Why spend
: new service. Mr. H. H. Graham; I our money out of town Keep It repair most appliances with parts we havein
I program co-ordination, Mr.L .. hem and watch Homestead! grew. stock.
Genuine PotashIf
I All make ef typewriter
bought told and repaired. You.will find one of the most complete lines of
I
Buick.PontiacI'afts interested please get your New portable adding machine typewriter. and Appliances in South Dade at Benson Elcctrlc-


order in early. AU work guaranteed. Estimate AND,

1 L given free1.r. .
1I + BE rs All we are able to give! prompt service on all merchandise -

I HOW Service All Makes Florida East Coast Phone. O. Box 116ROverseas '24 we sell.


'PLEASE GM Cars
Listed here are a few of the many items we

DAD 1! Expert, handle: MYERS & INGERSOLL RAND,Pumps.

o fadory.traim'd Fertilizer Co.Phone L & II Ranges and Water Heaters; PIIILCO
Mechanics Bait &
Freezers, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Radios -

16 Homestead, Fla. Tackle Shop Television; EMERSON Radios; HOT

Paint and BodyWork POINT'Ranges, Refrigerators, Water Heaters,

Dixie Drug a COMPLETE ROD AND Kitchen Cabinets, Freezers, Dishwashers, Ironers *

REEL REPAIRS Washing Machines SUNBEAM\ Mixers
; ; ,
Tar Friendly Recall Store\
{ UpholsteryI FISHING Toasters, Lawn Sprinklers, Hedge Trimmers;

...................................: Let Us Supply Your INFORMATION MOTOROLA Auto Radios,Home Radios; PROCTOR .

llr/Leonard W.llaskin:I and Ire S. Krome Are. '. Ed Pacettl Irons, Toasters; G. E, Irons, Lamps; GEN
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rltus .d S.p.Iea .r I: Box Refinishing ERAL MILLS Irons, Pressure Cookers; COItf;

GLASSESIII :! lorcelainizlng Lawn and Garden Needs SILEX; and many others.
N. E.: 1st BL. Miami Fla i _

sea 5e Ale Cl.al.dFilO1i Estimates on Wiring and Repairing Cheerfully
/E I-55S4 J
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Power Mowers\ Given without
i! ,y, . ,. . .-: obligation. '"; F
For the first>> time since 1911 our allotment of

/ BUmmO CITRUS, fUrs ha14lwrmIHt'd us 10 display a few models. of Lawn Mowers\ 1
: AVOCADOS() and

MANGOS\ Buick and Pontiac Lawn Sprinklers Benson ElectricYour

Ornsmentals of all kinds.CAUirvs I1-SNoin . "-8-1 ..... Coupe . n-liedan.J'lIallow.
Garden Hose
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f Dependable Appliance Dealer

I I I' Sunny M'RSFRTI Grove ::1 Preston B. Bird Motor ,Co. Grass Shears Princeton Oldest, Fla.Electrical Contractor In the a dland.Phone. 412Fitipatrick's

ML\ Wed ..f 1 lurid* City Hedge Shears
t:
rilONK BH1-W s. Knll1l. It Alit nl Phone 454 . ,

._... 1 11 .
= .. Garden Rakes Public spirited teat l m....
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. .chants H. want in xprtulolt you lo r cv.Mi ofoodwlll Fine FurnitureCustom
\ lovely bukvt or lu It
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Grass Brooms
i '..'': I i; ell'ou Ijr.hiv hteoin lust. ..MOved........M are th a. Built of and Other Woods
Mahogany
Boon to t [1 1I N.w' M.th.r have lust moved
: Bitty to a. low iddrau within the Cabinet Work -. Chair panlng: RtflnUhlng
alp or }uit become" BwwtIxMtn
I Housewives. Three nolhlni to Cor. Blsrayne{ Dr. ft Redland Rd. Phone 884-J
. '. ;;;,, buy Na obln.llon ption1
your V/.lcnm. union Hmt.i .
I '' .> whose" phone .li llnlFd .be.
I low and arrsns to nctlve
HttOWARE IUIIDINO t tr MATERIAL] inn illti, WHEN IN NEED, CALL,ON l&

{ )NEil HOMESTtAOFLA. Welcome WagonMrs.


i i Ph. M-J. Geraldine 0 Gadway llompslrsd Homestead Loan Co. .


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205 N. Krome Ave Phone 113

South Miami
I Collateral Loans50.00 to $300.00
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1 1a' Theatre 11 11I .1


I Seminole Theatre
blocks so of traffic light..
I. Dixie H,.

1 96 OZ. PITCHER S.othftamL! Phone 4S-S911 TELENtONE 1'.. 171
v Two snows DAILTI i aid t r. M.
50 COUPONS AND 10 Saturday, continuous 2 to 11 p.m. ATVRDAT and SUNDAY eonUnoea I UU, II.
Sunday., Continuous a.to 11 p.m. Admlsaton; Adnltai. Night, 40ei Mature (till S'p. m.). Me.Chlldrrni .
Monday thru I'rlda7e"lbow. under ten leI ten te twelve lie. (Tn IncludfJ)
at 7 and 9 p.m.
Last Times Today: 'THE ACCUSED"
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tast Tfaaea\ Tonight
i SATURDAY. Jane IS-Double Feature YragramJEAN
ABBOTT and la
COSTELLO l
PORTER JIMMY LYDON in
"Mexican Hayride"SU "SWEET GENEVIEVE"And

GENE AUTRY and his horse CHAMPION, In

'A Convenient. Extension Telephone ROY ROGERS in It In "THE, BIG SOMBRERO"Made I
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( In Cinecolor
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: ::: "> '0 Savcs Steps-Saves. Time Alto "Susanna DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Pass" "lNt-'Eg.NJ;:' JEMSI Jane H-t
DANA
PETERS In
JR. In
n 1 4 ICED TEAGLASSES "DEEP
WATERS"Added
Th 'Exile"
I to.s 4' : "March el n"I.1. TnllltM Land.Fes Sheri;

An eitcnuton telephone|>) within .easy I't'.cb' f 50 COUPONS AND iOe Hi S.....H.., lone 18JTJOHN False News

make your liouneholJ run more suioollilytoakr t WAYNE, GAIL. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY line Il-U
b PATRICK I In I VERONICA LAKE. MONA FREEMAN. BILLY DeWOLFE.
t your tclqilion penis more Valuable "Wake of 'the Red Witch'TwevVTed MARY HATCHER In"ISNT "
1.incre..lnllta usefulness.On .. T IT ROMANTIC?
I 1g Added: *Wlgwam WbMBee. Carlo**)) Tropical Masquerade"
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or more extension leleplione tan now e tt-tt M.aleJ.THURSDAY .
home. weecwau..,. / e g I SUE ENGLAND. STEPHEff;
'0. pe Installed in your, Ir surprisinily tow J McNALLY In and FRIDAY Jon U-M
Mxt You don't Deed!I*write us or come to die i "City Across the River"Th.n.Frt BURT LANCASTER. YVONNE OeCARLO In
I a e Ceases. Redemed al "CRISS CROSS"Added
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o6'ice. Ju t call the Telq Looa Busiaes Office IN IMI KITCMIM : .GMd re Mr. II....* TJadnnaJ. Shads rCMada Calli'arW ."
CONnMIINU Joe S'-Jol I 1
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ad order four today.} ';|1.. ?= SMITH-GRAVES 'VERONICA.. LAKE ROLAND \ Allert: Panmmrt New.

CULVER in c-a.r gendar add'......,. Jen 1117&a..... H.......*
Furniture Co "Isn't It Romantic4! Troth all star ..... _
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE, AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
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