Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 24, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00666
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWS paper Since 1912 (? .;lr8 o u

38th Year No. 26 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 24,1949 Price I 6) Cent ;i


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Council Orders Chief COURT CLEARS' Cafctorium For Homestead Under School Way I I;:SITE SOUGHT 150,055 V,Vehicles S. Iin South in Week Dade I IOn :BUT COUNTY ASKS DIVERSIONOF i

Scheduled to begin July 1, construction A tout of MOM vehicle traveled -

CITY IN SUIT OFBLANKEKK on the Homestead It already\ school under cafeteria-way FOR $$35,000 during U. S.the 1 below week South of June Miami 4, CITY SEPTIC TANK DRAIN

auditorium to be located just west; according to a survey submitted i

To Enforce of the present cafeteria. The 11S- to the county commission by County I
Parking foot by 79-foot cafetorium is expected ; Engineer E.: A. Anderson

to be ready for use. by Nov ARMORY HERE I Traffic figure would hiv run iTO PROTECT $$250,000 BEACH i

1 or earlier, when the present : much higher If the check had been i

I cafeteria will be converted Into (taken during the winter' season

an elementary class room or art: I says Commissioner Proton B.

Punch Board Laws The $100,000 damage cult Of room, say Principal E- B. I Thirty-five thousand dollnrt In bird. The count I I. a part of the Nudist Camp Hearing There Is no pollution ot seawaters I

Arthur J. Blinkenberk against burn. federal funds has been allocatedfor date 01the hmrdous traffic of Homestead Bayfrcnt
the city of Homestead, ,police A tool house and other necessary ' I congestion on U. S. 1 being: assembled MondayThe
Chief W F. Brintlty and Police- work buildings, also are qmhtructlon\ an armory to show the vital fleeceeity park by the city sewage system
I hearing on the appeal by
min Donald Sullivan wn dies being erected at Redland &'hool here for Company D 211th Infantry I of constructing a four-line Mr. and Mrs. J. Reed Supleeagaln.t City Engineer ,Wm. Sydow told tl

missed ii to the city Monday by for Its cafetorium Fleming' Construction J Florida National Guard thoroughfare from Mliml to member of the county commission .
the commission'sreJection
Police F, Brantley county
Chief Wm.
]I BOOBY TRAPS I Circuit Judge Wm. A.'Mel-rift The Co ot Miami is contractor the city council waa told Monday Homeiteid of their application\ fora and the Homestead city !
will be served with written orders court sustained demurrer by for the new-type buildings : !
a night In a letter from Captain toning and building 'permit for council Friday morning at a
to enforce the parking ordinance, City Attorney fri C. Hiycock: that which by means of fDld-In.wall.1
Raymond Voss, commander a nudist camp near Florida Cityis In the h.1to .
company meeting city \ disgust
the ordinance agilnit punch- the municipality ,could not be. tables and benches moy be converted i J., T. Godwin Carl S S. F LIVINGSTON scheduled: for 10'o'clock: : M"da ,, I
from cafeteria to possible contamination of the
boards. and ".11 other" city ordinances FOR CHILDRENEYED sued for damages or Injuriescommitted .Udit.I.1 Anderson and J O Wynn were morning In Dade County courthouse
by employees actingIn um In eight minutes.The proposed bathing area
named to work with Von In lays Vernon W. Turner, ICommissioner t
at a result of council actionon Cipl
two $85000 buildings I areexpected
a governments! capacity I TO BE RETIRED BY
I selecting a city-owned tractpromised : attorney for Mr. and Mn SupleeMr Hugh Peters ex* t
motions presented by Councilman to have terrsttn floors
Gsa L. for
Knight, attorney
and Mrs. Suplue flew to
an a tile of the nrmoryIn pressed a fear thai the presentsystem
Carl S. Anderson Monday Blinkenbeck, announced Tuesday for use In dancing j I, an unofficial agreement May I Miami from ..Pslmeiton Pa., on '
BY ROTESRemoval that he would appeil" judge Her-! P.O.DEPT.JULY31pustmanter \ of draining the city septic :'i
night Suggested at possible sites were May 23 to attend a haring<< which
lank Into North Canal I and thence !
rln'i decision to the elite
Anderson'i Initial motion for supreme BLOOD ROUNDUP tract In Hibiscus Park and one had been postponed without their
court Intq the bay would cause the state
''a the airport. 8. E. Livingston announced knowledge. The county toning
enforcement of the parking; ordinance
Any Invulnerability of the city board of health to block development -
of that For construction of the armory yesterday that he will be board originally recommended: approval
won council approval afteran "booby traps" does not extend to the officer of the belch and to forbid
EMERGENCY of the which
FOR I permit was
amendment by Wm Mussel might result In injury or death to named In the damage suit, and the government asks a 09-year retired on July II from the officeto rejected Feb. I by the commission swimming In the area Mr. Peters
at II a year on two and one-
white to Include enforcement of children In venturesome and the can against them tin yet to half acres located within the city which h. was commissioned: by after resolutions of disapprovalby recommended. that corrective:
be heard. Blinkenbeck seeks SLATED the late President Roosevelt on steps be taken, to prevent abandonment ,
".U other" ordinance The motion roving play now. that' vacation TUESDAYi limits When adequate quarter the Homestead council Red-
damage for beating and June 7, 1834 Before his official ot the 1290,000 beach
aimed against punchboards a a land Dlntrlct Ministerial Asaocla* I
time his come, will be the aim of i I are completed the local unit I II IK
specified that Chief Brantley pick Homestead Rotarlans In effort broken arm which he alleges he An emergency roundup will be expected to receive approximately appointment he had served as I tlon, South Dada Garden Club and project, \
received In the Homestead I acting postmaster thana It was suggested that the drain
(Cor more
all punch board. found within jail the Redland District Lions Club
which they will make as Individ held by South Dade Blood Bank one-half million dollars worth of I
last be diverted to the Florida City
January after his arrest year ant I
the city: limits and advise the operators uals. will act In toan on and other
They response from I,30 to I o'clock ;Tuesday in Vehicles equipment.
and that Infiltration of
In second class when
parking violation charge. a bracket
that they will be haled appeal made by their president Sacred Heart clubhouse to replenish Guard members now are making Trailcritcs to FormCounty.wldt
Mr ground water Into the
Livingston took thelIome.lea4 sewage system
Into court and fined it caught Henry R Prldgen, who read an r exhausted stocks of varied ready to leave July 1 for two BranchesMore
; b checked The
office will Into the : group was
again with the Illegal devices article by a California Rotarian blood types Inh.. county blood weeks of summer maneuver at go .
IRVING J. LYONINSPECTOR first-clans: designation July I as told that the second measure
City Attorney Ira C. Haycock written following the death of : bank. A special plea Is being made Fort Jackson S. C Leaving five result of stamp sales and second- than one hundred trailer should reduce the bad appearance
wu Instructed to prepare in ordinance little Cathy Fiscus: at the bottomof Kern Eaker of days earlier to for
for donations for prepare Rroureception class postage totaling f..,::112 for (tea, who are protesting county and odor of the algae In the canal
changing: the minimum an abandoned well. OF Homestead whoa Illness requires are Sgt. John McLea toning board regulatloiii affecting Commissioners Proton
coning requirement for Block ( The. writer said h ',had I "Red"* Griffin ot the mi.Mr. County
quoted numerous Hood transfusions I and Sgt. Livingston a native of trailers, idopted the rime of the B. Bird, "Red" SnedlKlr, I.Q
Downer Puma No. S from 1,287 been going to put a barbedwirefence The roundup Is sponsored by kitchen squad end Sgt Donald Dade County Protective Assoclalion
North S MacVlcar County parks -
C., came here In January : Superintendent
square feet, to 900 square fat No around) his. melon patch CITY BUILDINGIrving the Homestead lodge ot the B. P. : McKay of the motor pool of 191)9) from the West Coast at a meeting Tuesday night A D Barnes and county .

Interested: property owner* were but h* decided the whole patch O E:", of which Claude A I. Enlistments, with the privilege when In Legion Hall and voted to organize t also at
I omp.j he had been associatedwith tnglneen were present )
present proposed for change: the hearing by, the city on the for of melons that was shine not worth.venturesome the poiaibility J. Lyon, of Homesteadwas bell Is exalted ruler. I going to camp, will" he accepteas a naval stores company for tht association countywide branches of the ,Friday.. meeting with thecouncIL \

appointed city building and six yean He bought the tract & I
Monday night The toning change
youngster might Injure an eye or plumbing : later developed u the S. t:. Livingston ,toning authorities hold that the extensive tests, the water J
U sought by Mr*. Olive Sargentt a limb on the eruel wires: Inspector: by the city Registration Set July 1 for Summer
council Monday night upon recom- I Addition, and built the Controversial attempt to removetrilWltM It points a septk.tsnk'N
Continued. on Page Two) As an organized group action ot t ch .tonvlheir land ."from.. j .
hllllt.U jwn
mendajlon Commltsucceeds ."
.. n.w the d'tn1"'tdUMtritW club voted! to pet.\M Home It't.. ,deaseR.J'..ttF'Wyne.fMrr BujUlng'\ 'ltyah- v.. PlayActivitiestitDistrict; : Schools !tee} family KIn eeOUpiss.Tl\lrd.n.'llJIIi' WIt 4IuartITNd irtiU'vJarrequired It tNe"l ynive-sily; of Miami, and, "II!

.. B. W. Stevenson who A timekeeper for the roadway \ by slate law. The trailer- th* Miamioffl.* ot the slat '
OFFER"BlADE Sixth Second it ave and to from donate Fifth the it strip to resigned May II. A long-time I,' Registration for the summer taught by Mrs Wm. F. Cody department of the F. E.: C flail- lies' answer was orginUation and' board of health, A report on the

resident of Homestead, Mr. Lyon andRedland and PiuUL Worley, will be heldIn road he transferred to the F, E. C. the employment of Attorney R. K. tents was submitted 'to the citycouncil
to the school at Homestead
Fifth at school
CREDITORS OF dead-ends at N.system.W. Second ve, hu had years of local experienceIn I' programs |I I the gym; band chorus baton extension with headquarters at Bell to seek legal relief\ : Monday night In the following ,
held from
will be '
schools 1
the building trade. twirling and tiring music Marathon and then it Bahla At Tuesday nights meeting, letter from Mr. Sydow':
traffic wouldbe
so no blocked cross-avenue, Rotarian E B: Black. Other applicants for the post 9 o'clock till noon Friday July I IAn I..1, taught by Stanley Dullmba, in Honda After resignation from the Dr. Carl Stheffel of South Miami, "After making tests, observations .

QUICK FREEZEA bum principal .of Homestead Included V, F. Booth C. F. Wald- expanded program, one of Mrs J. G. Wynni sixth grad 'railroad in 1111 Mr. Livingston charged: that 7. pages of the and studies of the matter,

schools pointed out that with the ron, John S. Whitney and Henry two in the entire county will be 'classroom; manual training end Joined W. [1. Horn and Henry county toning regulations were w* have found no Indication or

ball field the west and thegymnasium Levy. The Inspector will serve on I offered at Homestead library, taught by K, R Wcnk Brooker In formation of the "lifted" verbatim from the Nail evidence of pollution tn the seawaters
meeting of creditor: of South on and school a half-time bull at I salary of Homestead registration for II ] stein In the manual training Homestead Mercantile Co for code of toning lie laid that hit at Homestead Bay Front

Dade Quick Freezing Plant has elementary $150 a month.Mango 1 I recreation, handicrafts and arts, .hop which they constructed the build- statement ran be proved by com ; Park oytr the period of the last
been called: for 7:30: p m Friday, on the east the block-long section : Slated to begin on July S. the Ing now occupied: by' Burton's parlson of the ,county cod with tour months; and If there were,
July 1,. In the Homestead city on N. W. Second ave, shoulc six-week Demand will Department Store the Nazi code, which can 1* obtained I it certainly could not be attributedto

hall to hear liquidation offers property be an Integral to remove part of hazards the school to \ Forum Entry Forms, Pliofilm I offer attractions for program the six to IB Launched\ Into politics by his In public librariesBREARLEY your sewage lysetn.

which have been submitted to E: year.. of age group from 9am. election at first city clerk and tax a. "In fact no pollution above that
H. Spach trustee In bankruptcy children crossing bark end forth. Available at Agent's Office of th of under the standard of
County assessor Homestead permitted
With, the building of the new to 5 p, m, for__five days a w't.k. city I
At attended Informal !
a poorly Health Service
cafetorium the student traffic I sage Director Matt J. Tnernes, in which was Incorporated by 27 MADE] the U S. Public
meeting In the city: hall Wednesday I I addition to all types of boys' and votes in I8IJ, Mr. Livingston was found In the North Canal for
plght, announced that across Hit) avenue will.\ be greatly Forms for entering fruit for West Palm Beach and Fred Herman
Spach j Kills sports" there will be music served three terms in that office, distance of at least 08 mileswest
Increased he said :
he had one offer which proposed Attention called also to display at the annual Mango of South Miami activities directed by Mr. Dulim- and then a term as justice ot the AN INSPECTOR OF of the shore line
was ,
to pay off secured creditors in The to be given in the H* elected "Under separate cover we haw
the fact that cautionor Forum to be held this year in program ba and folk dancing under a Miami peace was mayor
full and settle claims of unsecured there are no Miami available the local auditorium from 10:30 to 3 will Instructor in 1021 and served three consecutive : cent you a short report concerningthis
atop signs it streets In the are at i DADE PLUMBING
creditors at 25 cents on the dollar office Agent H. Stef- feature the latest Information on terms, then a fourth matter In grater detail; and
neighborhood of the of County
He said, also, that other offers municipal. mango growing packing and term In 1818-11 Throughout the back of that w* have a voluml
fanl. Pliofilm sheets, also in
swimming pool although alternate ,
were_ In the making. an which fruit bewrapped processing Speakers ill Include,106 years, he his also engaged In Clarence A, Brearley of Homestead noun record of many tests and examinations .
ripening REGISTER
route for U. S. 1 trafficparallels may
T. Milton Harris, local refrigeration members ofhe staff of SubTropical firmnlg. : has been appointed county which will be of
to It
for the
the pool grounds. Chil- preserve t
expert, and W. E. Rheneywere Experiment: Station,, Interest 'to the state board of
plumbing Inspector for the area
dren bound to and forum may be obtained at the
from the pool
plant early appointed this week.appraben Fielding of the A. must run the gauntlet of this county agent'i offlct. The forum University of Miami, prominent i FOR FREE SWIM' Bradley Award Winner from Perrlne north to Flagle st, health'personnel and other technical J
growers and nursery men Miami with headquarters/ the men
Ruff ls traffic without the protection of will meet Wednesday, July 6. al 1 Leave for Month's Camp
assistant trustee In bankruptcy will find In the t
will plumbing and building division repot
which on
All art given
any slow-down warnings, It was Miami Edison High School 6101 papers !
COURSE AT POOL the 12th floor of the court house mentioned a recommendation that 7
pointed outMembers N. W. Second av*. be Included In the proceedingswhich Sammy Sincore of Homestead

WINS of the club were This will be the ninth year will be printed for the end Robert H. Bonham, Jr., of A veteran of 22 years' plumbing the present leakage or Infiltration
called upon to curb the speed of that there has been enough of members I An enrollment of 106 youngsters Redland left last -week for a experience, Mr. Brearley was In of ground water Into your sewer t

Edward Little Jr,' ion of Mr. thler cars whenever It might endanger this tropics! fruit crop to warrantan DT F. B Lincoln of Homestead I was reported Tuesday for month's stay at laI.'. Nest CampIn business la Trenton, N. J., and system fa* stopped or at least reduced *

and Mrs. I:. A Little will attend the lives of playing chil- exhibit, sine the original' will serve on the membership Flsgah National Forest near Miami before coming to Homestead : If economically possible

the six-day 4-H boys' camp: which dren. It was suggested, too, that Mango Forum held In Fort Lauderdale committee' I" the annual two-week beginners'swimming rlendersonvlll at winners of the about four years ago. His which should reduce the bad appearance -

begins Monday at Camp McQuar- they tactfully approach neighbors on June 14, 19J8. Persons who are not membersare classes: begun Mondayby Bill Bradley Memorial Award of local business, housed In the mod and odor of a presentmass +

rie. Edward won the trip by havIng or friends whose feet ire "heavy"on Michael Fascell: president of the welcome to attend both the I Manager Art McKee at the Redland District Lions Club ern hew building he constructedon ot algae at a point In thee.n.l.

the beat garden project In the the accelerator In residential organization announces that In exhibit and program but payment city pool I Mr McKee, only /ctivevolunteer Sammy, 13, and .Robert, 12, art N. Krome av*", Is being<< . There I I. no evidence that
Homestead club. 'J I areas, addition to the exhibit of well. of a small registration I I Red Cross :Instructor in the first winner of the award1 ated by his son-in-law, Wnv: I, this mass Is detrimental' to health
known introduced and Florida Is required.I feel! the area, Is 1 being I misted by two to be mid annually by the club Mathls H'I but u a matter of public policyIt
i Instructors from the Miami chap'tar should be eliminated.
varieties, there will' \ be a showingof
Work on Negro Hospital to Start some new promising Florid In teaching the threehourclues "The samples taken were examined
I which begin at B a. mAs Lions Install James Shaw President In the laboratory of the
I seedlings. The** will be the special ;
In Month\ "Ripes" FIRSTREADYMIXCONCRETE announced by Mr. McKee, University of Miami and In the r
as Pledges GrowGrove Interest of the variety committee I
whose numbers Include some the pool hours ire from lam. I Plan to Construct 4ddition to Den laboratory of the slat board of I
health In Miami In general there
,, to12noon, ItoIp.mandI
weU-known horticulturists! of
Plans art being made to start, Supply Co. who concludes Florid County Agent Chat. ''H. PLANT!' to 8 p. m., on five days ot the 1 I. in abundance of dissolved

work'on Lincoln Memorial Hospital his offer of a donation of fifty Steffanl!,, T. L. Chryst of Bradenton 'I week. The pool Is closed: ill diy ,, Expansion: ot the Linns Dm was dent( W. E. Rice, third vice-presi oxygen and a satisfactory. mini

Inc:, within a month, reports dollars worth of cement with the W. R. Grove of Laurel Mn- STARTED HEREDelivery Saturday for cleaning: and Is open voted Tuesday night by the Red- dent: T. E. Kirby, treasurer; A. mum or few B. coil which are j

Arthur Mays of Nsranja' who! statement: W. J. Krome of Homestead L. H I from 1 to 0 p. m Sunday In orderto and District Lion' Club upon E. White, secretary; F A. Ruff, the two indicators prescribed for

heads the colored people of South "I note that YOU,failed to include ZiU of Thomas .. avoid conflict with church recommendation of th*' retiring toUster! ; Victor Cook lion this wont
Delray Beach T.
Dade In a plan to let the waste : Glad and Grove Supply Co. Sturrock of West Palm Beach andS. : \ of the first batch from hours president, E. A. Roberts Th* club timer; John Graves.M .H. Gal- "This short Utter Is written to

of the fields help build and maintain In your list of references. This John: Lynch of the the first readymixedconcreteplant will appoint committees to obtain lath; E. H. Callaher and B. quickly acquaint you busy men

the institution. is to let you know Arthur, that tropical botany department applied of the to be erected In homestead Regional Head Installs plans and estimateof the cost Heath Holden, directors; cod Mr. with our conclusions; a final and

In a circular letter sent to tomato I have always held you In high of Miami was mid yesterday by of construction.Roaco Roberta, past presidentNext extensive detailed report will be
Soroptimlbt Officers Brunstctter of Miami Tuesday, waver of member made available in the near future
growers late this spring regard and I too can: attest to the Fruit exhibited should be Supplies, Inc, operating I
Mays asked them to authorize the sincerity of your intentions and brought to the patio Of Miami it the Intersection of conctet'l. Mrs. Helen Durke of West past director of ,Lions International will arrange .and present which will of necessity be rather"

canneries to give all or part of hope you will feel free to lilt me Edison High School before 10 a. and the F. E. C railroad ]! Palm Beach director of the Installed US* new officer: the program technical but of Interest to you

the return for ""eld'ipll," to is a reference .. I will do anything m. on July .. An exhibit should' Heading the company are 73 GWarford Southern Region of the American James Shaw, president; the Rev.

the proposed hospital. [ can to assist you In this Include at least three. fruits. Ifan and E. C Odum who for Federation of Soroplimlst Clubs, Frank L. Elvery, first vlce-presl- Miss\ Ray Honored on Retirement't

"In spit of the fact that many line Pl'\\>>JecL" exhibitor wishes the variety merly operated a concrete bJock'| Installed officers of the Soroptimlst I

tanners had 'gone north for the committee to consider his fruit, plant 'at Goulds. They moved I Club of Homestead at Monday's 106 1 Register for Free After 27 Years as Teacher Hereanon
summer, we have the promise of $81,000 in New Building he should submit also three fruits their block-making equipment to luncheon meeting In the Swim Course at School

th* field ripe of 450 acres/ he la Approved by Council for the ties ot the committee and a lot In the industrial section of! Farm Jlouae.

said. "W* hope for much: more a history of the origin and performance I i W. English's Civic Center subdivision The officers arc: president, A total et 412 Dade A(luncheon In honor of Miss: Ky. In 1811 with her

when the season start. Major budding permits totaling of the tree. Blanks\ to and Wednesday equtpmehtlfor morning: I Mrs. Ben Archer; tint vicepresident tanners art expected to eoun"l Eula, Ray, wh U retiring after! parents, the late Mr. and Mrs.. P.
"W* have on hand more than (87,000 were granted Monday list such: Information may be unloaded brand new Miss Berth Mil Hausman.: )pate In the 1140 : 27 years is teacher at Neva King F Ray, who made their horn*'onE.

five hundred dollars In contributions night by the city council. secured from any member of the the ready-mis plant, which I second vice-president, Mrs. Cecil servation program, announces Cooper School wit given FridayIn :. Avocado dr. She taught two

-cash and building mater In addition to the 180,000 per., forum. was- erected in record/tlme. Dodd; recording secretary, Mrs. a. Brooks, chairman of The Dade I the school: cafeteria by Principal yean In Rcdland and two )'eareIn

ials. With this our volunteer mit to Fleming Construction Co. Commercial exhibit ot varieties Before locating: Goulds, War- Eleanor Froscheri; corresponding Agricultural Conservation Com- and Mrs. E. B. Blackburn South Miami a* well as 27

workers will make a start Otters tor Homestead school ,cafetorium now being propagated and ford and Odum operated a coft.: secretary, Mn. Preston B. Bird; mittee. The program provides Miss Ray won an, orchid, gift of. yean In the local: elementaryschool.

of free labor keep coming: the permits 1 Included a ".000 40- grower supplies also will be exhibited. crate product: company In Lak"l| treasurer Mrs. F U. Wells; director assistance to cover.about half 'e the elementary teaehen.'and wag 1 Most of the time she

In. but U looks Uke well have to foot by 100-foot addition to Bird land. They are prepared to deliver Mrs. John Reed. Hold out-of-pocket"' root, and the I presented with a gold pin and a taught the third grid, and her

pay cash for an overseer."W Chevrolet's paint and repair shop; Mr. Lynch exhibit chairman, ready-mixed concrete over directors are Mss Carl Von armen pay the other half plus copy of Henry Van Dyk't Tri yearly project was a cltlanwbtp

heartily thank all who an ".000 CBS residence for Mr. will be assisted by Mss Krome where within a radius of Tl Paulsen and Mrs. Lena Link. any necessary labor and trans bute1 to the Unknown Teacher"by club to initiate the youngster.

.have contributed. I and Mr.. Laban K. Bishop, Jr. Mrs. Ann 'Davis and Mr Chart of Homestead. they said. For an.1 Mss W J Krom wOl' speak portettoei toste,' Mr Brooks exlalns. th. entire school 'personnel Into :icMc privileges and responsibilities. -

Among replies to Mays' circular on N. t. Flnt ave.; an ".000 CBS ot Bradenton Nixon Smiley of hauls, the batch I* dry mixed on mangos at the next meeting > The assistance provided I Royal polnclana blossom were Several memben ot the

letter Is a much-appreciated: one residence for Gees W. Ledford on Homestead James Miner ot Boya water added within a'f.w'' miles the bit before the club's eightj j Is In the form of materials, services used for table decorations. present school faculty wen taught'

from Geo. H. Cooper ot Clad I N. Krom eve at N. W lilt at { ton Beach, Thorns Sturrock ot of the destination, they explained!IJ ...vacation.. or financial aid. __ I Mis Ray cam her front La.,- by Mist Bay. {,. I i

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II" ''l ' "" log In l.i. from fee merger of Youth Group Attending' j---r---bert, Mist Marian Ooaaman, Miss THE WEATIIEICt'J Family Night SUtgd U '. .t'ot;; ratti, ti'M rail
I I The 20 ns''AG' til small schools, on raeammendeMoa Presbyterian ConclaveSix Nadeaoe Ruckle and Albert Kri- At Silver Palm Church will be. .held'1 I indoqrj.'} , t : ?

Leader of Pafanm ef Ari- act <' .
-Enterprise .""....'" "''''''""""'w,.......",..." "to c Rur* event to aieMMt Maflrl youth rtteen..teUwt of The Rev PrtMk U Bvellr. pe The regale teanilr ni M will be
J&WIIIII"& .Hugh) 1 Web eAoel.I The Homestead Preshirleiten+ Church tor. has return*! from the rolle|. : : ., til.eVPed. at 6:10: tWs ev../inf at Bei icon,. Electric ,Has I
mM to 111ASOHM
I F ' Subset hH crojwi Ube end ore11 1|...arr* of lend for are attending the ont wsek tleh. ;conlerMce at >lch he tMtfM a I 00 0/.ya 0.. vet Palm MeUMdist Church.Each .. Philco'
y the second largest consolidated campus, playgrounds end school school conference of St John'sPresbytery course In stewardship and gave 70 90. 0 IS family will brine wieners' Appliances
..1 P.hIMArMd.. d .N ..... K_ school in America since IU found- gardens, and transport pupils by which began yesterday one ofh.. add,... While at June 11__ __ 13 70 30,011.7 and the trimmings for an outdoor
Aa.. N..1.e. P1a., 'A" 1M awN IMd.PaleYLlne .._ I rriarctan, fh. 443
I"'el''kited" lusts 12 87 sa IUS 1.88 !
0-..... btu from an area of from 10 to at Lakeside Inn hi Mount Mount Dora Mr. .a.. _.. supper, and games and fellowship -
I. the Mount Plymouth Hotel which June 13. SD sa 2UI 0.17 will be
70 square miles. Accredited ay theSouthern Dora. Joining the Miami delegation
tN IRK 'tlll'Urr ODOR fir 1115nsrv ..
Fraaby- June I. 90 liD 29 It 0.05
willed to
hai lust been
"aM TH 11I"IC141. ciarUR orA Association of Collegesnd to travel by chartered but
"......, ..d. MHflVl4MOHII ,N POI OASIS WON'CIIAMI1lpY. Secondary Schools, the school direct to the conference ground, tenon Church' for a memorial June 15..89 liD 29.S3 0.08

. aui. .rcKHm.L..-LJtACN.. Ad11SM DiciiNtaM. AaCHtt I' Satan L flUU.... .Irate,. ,......,,. I I It Class on the A KhooL.state accredited." ll.t II]I I Anne were Mlu Hathaway Karaite'Mix Hidden.Betty TorAnnouricilg' MU- still conference: In li gatlon.ground Mr.The Elvery estate. r.i U June: .:;. .... :: : : .= 295 063JuM Fitzp trick's Fine FurnitureCustom

,. "'... w. ....... .AaLU R IICrEn..5 ry N d.Dda.Y ports, but It U hoped that all ne.t June 18.-r_ SS liD 30.020.2t I
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I' summers conferences can be held Jund'I9..L.- So.ol Built of Mahogany and Other
rr1T TO APPRAI at the hotel which has an 18-hol June 20_ .__ 8S 71 29.7 0.1'1 Cabinet Week Chair !
w 'avucaltTlOIf Casing ttflnlshlnr j jCor.
fill or rwmiD TOcHAai.M <
tan 11 L nKc K* .... 'INA Il1II1I1t1l. golf course, private landing strlk| June 2J __._... .1 10 1000JOne . C<< I .1' s Blaearae Dr. BedUnd Phone i94-l
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:: -1 h./f./ w..a.M1 and other attractions.Cllwnlte 2L..._ 80 T1 2U4 0.12
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t : ii. 1111 I / rihT a1Ia..d M III* w ._..._ I. 151. lasalnastleKARKOTE I J Your Pontiac 9leierreaSERVICE
) := PIah.y: ;":: =' --tM-:, eat 3/ .bow scald. MM ta tile .!"... .< Uw. Lee & Shiver'sv
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COUNCIL ORDERS -"I MlMt, TM (or tile PiN..lwwhrhy Grocery

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of Coral Oablea to permit buill CwwhlM will U Mew M _(_ kj tWDERBODT
tug of a mailer bout tboln thai hat" (Formerly Woodaon'a Grocery) t ;
Tm M Twmlr
I specified! In the prexnt (regula ::::' ((111"t"IIIJ) Kkrk :Two PROTECTION
l tion.rcrmlailon MINT COMrANVa RUBDIVIHIIlNT "
war gtantadireprescntaUva 1 awltiK IS, Tnw.Mp II SiralK, ,
r. ofh.. AlfventlatChurches t .l. IA twt, bins ixl Mm InItato
C..y. riorlili: cad MKltlnlMthirty I U. S. 1 Just North oC Ice Plant Stops UnderbodyRust
of South Florida to / ,ISO) .... IMIM ar 1 IMS.rt ,
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tent N. 151..e.r .5.11 5. Rattle and Rot
40 M foot
erect I by on .. 151pl..lwe , a.o.r.Na. In
Krsme ave. near Fifth at for the L.Cnl.rprlM, MW. Near Camp RedlandFull
holding of an eight-week meeting Mmr BMblltlw In l>.4f .ulitr. FI'irMa.DATkU .I + I I It
Ikb lilt W JtiM A. U.R.
I to atart July 10. Upon ifcommcodaUoa I.,,. I Applied under hood, fenders,
of J. O. Wynn the .. II.. I.RATHKHMAN.tUrl '.. floor and chassis. Keeps new ,
,1 DM ClrruH < uitHrl line of groceries meats candies Ice
proviso was Included th.> tht I K. H. KICK, JK., cream, new and old cars sA
cars )'oung.Ord.r
tent<< be removed If protet b; c..n e.nJ.M u wIr cl.htclAl . I soft drinks. Your patronage is invited. I
your Karkota Job
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y Texaco One-Stop

I I II Overseas Transportation Co.I I Station

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Krome Ave. Ilomrstrad r

Daily Freight Service

Insist I Twice as Much

on Quality 4 FoodIn !,

GroceriesYou HOMESTEADMIAMI h t'"" .p. ) .
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may save a penny with a It'l always A wonderful feeling to get into Pontiac lervlce the kind! or iciTice }out

here and a penny there Other CrosleyShelvador your We know Pontiac that and you-like go placed!,hou..nd..nd The Pontiac two deltrvei.service signs"y'osi ieellu.ldendf11 j l I

thousands of other Pontiac owners will be more than 4,000 Pontiad dealers across the
i, elsewhere,but is it worth driving lot of miler this tummer, and we t'ounry.11 pledged;{ es'we are-to
Points on Florida Keys 1 feel lure hey will be enjoyable comfortable, you the fineit service by factory-trained-alY'1
; the insignificant differ -. i j if| economical miler you will be happy to pens using factory-engineered pane (
remember for a long time; apecial equipment. .r ?, 'ft-: """ :

when in One of he things which adds greatly to the Before you rein your summer travels, bring '
ence you get I peace of mind that goer with Pontiac ownerJour Pontiac: In for cb Phone 365.W ship it the fact that you are never more than ever need service on the road, look for,toe
ferior groceries? a few minutes or a few miles from expert sign of the Pontiac: expert\-it pays!

for Service

Night CalUt: Phone Burton Attaway, No. 62G-W South Krome Ave. & 5th St. Phone 484

Wollam & Kendricl{ t II I-

Phone 3.3615
Phone 61 We Deliver Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North River Dr.


This 7-fU box at the price of a6ft I

. . box fits the same floor apace
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Dodd Radio & Appliance.

lit N. Krome Phone tat

PARKWAY ;area 7If1ff '

Henson Electric Has

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' Princeton, Ph. 44t

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'I.: Now Under New Management

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TeatsMuUche____ U. But. thing won't, bo tr .' ,:
: TELEVISION SHOW Trim --:..:..,. I" one .
: 8hu>po. (PUla) _____ UeBUSH'S changed While the Cost '.' ,

i of' Living zoomed. . Sunshine I i iI

Service Sttyd\CUtf\ Your (
A> In Room and Grille
: \ Dining
new biU, like (he

-.. ./ ,, BarberShop continue to ( tII# '.

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'Friday, June A, 1949 HOMESTEAD DER-ENTERPRKE \ Fade Three ,

Adair Opens Law Office home Half of we tract M a bear1 Presbyterians to Hwir 1 Juntar Nigh SchwU, are .tHMDt. ..1 ww carefully talected by the)
CIIURQl SCHOOL lag lime grove, and. two acre MITCHELL PLAYS I Youth IwetatKvelyn 1M fsrlda r... LggMtos ... 'ctMb to represent' the Redland l JIM &ft Blcetfk HM
Today in Caves Building have been scarified for ooae ruetlae Negro youth conference at Hungartord District,, will speak at HnmerU I
I JbHtool under urea anonaorehlp ot I Presbyterian Churrh achool utMl Philco Appliances
WINS MONDAY Sytveeter Paul Adair it of a reeideoo IIORNE TONIGHT Stewart Oould student
openIng Cwwr'Hiltl 1* Men dubPi'eibyNMaa ot iftnnlli* Auntay morning. Personi inMreMad -
MssHenrietta I at WtaMnajtoa
owned George
The by
law office today In the Caves grove we rrlneeleL pM. OuSave
and School and Willie' !ft Bali*.1 Church, f' |a hearing the repor"I
Weacott of Miami
Building at MS N Krone
: IN HOMESTEAD( Dally hour will be from 9am.ave the tale. wa made by Walter C. Tonight By KENNETH Home and OtAVCft Mitchell Homestead graduate of Gould I' The tW young paxiej. ***I .r*tBVHM to the seme. . ,

to I Bent.
Tt. Mutual ten-day vacation Po'm. tangle on the city ball field. On I ,
Bible school of Homestead PrttfcyUrltn A veterten of war service at a Monday the tame team will meet
Church for children be- sergeant In the Infantry, Adair li again, and on Wednesday the V.
fween the MX ot four and U a graduate of John Marshall College BIBLE SCHOOL r W. and Mitchell pU! contest 'a I
will. open Monday morning of Law and the law school A lama between Mitchell and ,
i tinker+ the direction of Mr. H. C. of University of Miami A native BEGINS MONDAYIN V. P, W could not be played lad
strum sod hn .aulatant Mrt.feme of Elmhurtt Long Island, he made week because of wet ground. l a ftjr
Harrl Courses liven will hit home In Columbus, Oa. for a Last Monday night Horne S !- 1
Bible study, handiwork. number of year SILVER PALMA downed V. P W. 4-1, behind the $100
roe, and ilnflng Mr*. E. J Mr and Mrs. Malt live at 108 one-hit pitching of James Sim [ .
N. W. Tenth it, and to tOIR
expect +
g. and Mr* John H Hale Bible mon Pick Edward! beat out an "
fl\e-duy dally
have charge of the serving their permanent home here school will begin at f o'clock Infield roller for V P W't lone "
Monday morning at Silver Palm hit StS
Instructor will Include Mrs Miami Beach Residents Methodist Church under the direction Twelve walk were Issued between o
;jUcrrlam, Mrt Bert Vihlen and Buy Site for Home Here of the Rev. Alfred Hedburg, Simmons and Roy Nelson.V. .- I
,Mrt. Harris, kindergarten; Mrt pastor Children from two to 18 F. W. pitcher. Art Hall Mailed
,J. Let Smith and Mr*. Vaughn Mr and Mr. Irving Plotkln of yean.of age are Invited to take three tingle In three attempt IpS .t J:4 r E
Tunnell, primary; Mrt. B. Heath Miami Beach have bought a 20. part In the tchopl( for which the for Home Ability to fill a 1R : :
nolden and Mrs Ray Hlppe, acre tract on Avocado dr al theme "Discovering God In the la only BOPPING C I
1! Nor; and Mrt. Frank L. El.'vkry : Country Club rd on which they Universe will be developed In recreation Certificate will be prescription S
pioneer group plan to make their permanent worship, singing, craft work and I presented at the Sunday morning acquired in many 1 E II
hour July 3. .
- worship on of specialized
I years }
Head ot the various department I
formal training and i
blade-in-I lolnestead will be: Mr. Clarence DpRlt l L Rf
Cray, music; Mr*. Edith Kirk and in many months of
II Mr. P J Bryant nursery; Mr, f toWES'I a Nmlled Qne
I Wilson Lovell and Mist Joan practical experience. Rt anlprallt
; Core, beginner; Mr*. C .0. Calder. ,
Ready Mixed Concrete wood, Mr Harley Core, Mrs. A Our registered
L, Campbell and Mrs R A. Bryant pharmacists have
: I I primary; Mr. R. A Holmes
't andConcrete and Mr. W. 11 Stewart, Junior; been thoroughly
I and Mrs J. A. Rothcrham and
trained both to compound
Mia Miriam Holmes, intermediate

: and to fill other

.. I Benson Electric Has health needs: You

may rely on them at I
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. .. Now Ready ,
Princeton Ph 441 1
'.f'' d : ." for Immediate .1.1I .1I DIXIE m '{ '
: Delivery 1 r, Q The sensational new 1'hilco i I
AV 75 Upright Frtfter brlngi you

Anywhere' DRUG t ; a new way of better hung, The huge
:. r" ?Vi oibli foot capacity holdi tremendous
\'ourrl"ndl, Rrxall Store 1 quantum of (teen foods, keeping It frith and t

rh, 10 ttelhlhrrI delicious for months until you are feadjr to ui* it,
: Regular price $111: ,00 and "khnrp frimi" frtnh foods! Cut down the

I StoKIcj's number of iliopping irlpj Permits you 10 bur food

Jro/ui Food 50,00 in Urge <|U\nlilici when prices are lowest Offer
Concrete Supplies Inc. 'rcuihin convenience. with contents in full

E! WHAT l'o "tHI AVCRnug\ Total value ..,,.191.00!?: ( view, I atiiiiiil sloping l Mulvcl with 2 poMitun !
SIZE IN WOM\N': drop tliHV lolj from "spilling" out. .
:"Cor, 8th St. & F.E.C Railroad HomesteadWINDOWS o"fO ALL I'' tit patents
C; iA 5J Three big coniputmim* . iiuluding one for
... sharp fretting Occupies| no more spate this a I
..e + I>>IZE $29100 1 regular ttrigerator. Sue it now I

: Jewelry Premise Repairing on t r SYaI

Wallham, Elfin, Bulova and This SENSATIONAL offer good
Other Nationally Advertised / .'. I'of a limited

WATCHES -=- time only for a limited lime only at., .'? '

w. aline J4: .. "
.**. -. Aluminum Awning Steel Casement TOP QUALITY D VOEfiiii
DIAMONDS Benson Electric
Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double-Hung: I
I II. E. Arnaud
: Romf Aluminum Jalousies . Ilomf Glass Jalousies lour Friendly" 1>('I'ndahle1)1)liUlll'e Dulir01Jit
I II 8. Krome Ave, )
Inblithed electrical ethic' ,c..Iul in the RiUluiids. In IMlnettun ilnet 1B1T

\ Ii Phone all.\Y j Princeton l>> 1'lj. I'h.442 \i it

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Roll ta1..Bo. Ml, Homestead Phone 7&S.M.4 t ML West of Florida City I .j
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i\ x until you get hold of the best I

t a new kind of automobile New Iludxon thank to "atop-down" kown-plwt. the advantages of unit
:{ r THin the world today , a car design, jt the lowest car of all-yet body and-fmma construction
I whoeeexcluaive"step-down"design thera.fullroaddearance. 4.MOST All-round Performance)

II causing the public to reexamine 2-MOST Roemyl' The moat seating Choice of Jilgh-coinpreMiinn engine, America!Hudson* matt 'Insist on getting those EXTRA VALUES exclusive to Chevrolet in its field!
all 1U old ideal about automobile to head
room leg room spare abusing powerful Fix, or the even more powerful
design i , a car that eetablwhing room..the moM comfort aa you ride Super.\Oillht. Cen\.lor.I'olnt Stwrmgfor ,. WINDIMinO I
p a new measure of motor-car voluel ahead of rear wheel, within the hue eaMt handling.Triple Rafe Hrakrw WOIIO-I CHAMPIONVAlVSINHIAe tlltl(APIMTDIAUIIC .NCII .WIOI-IAII, wNlaeuaveo) ski ANOIAMIC VlliaiUTTUMtylnt
frame, down where riding la most for utmost Mfrty Many more high.BeforoYoubuyanyavMeasgeYOu INOINlHUta heels J wan ear. : ;,. aara ':;:,!, list KM rare. a.Iaa ease \
I smooth: ., moat relaxing3MOST performance, low.upkeep features. "'. tM son*8w Ne Irani 4wd scow to i..p1.0 Mdgilft.PIIHII Sur.. (w hk.MJJJIt rake LIn...lhtlM...) AMA wdrt. ..-ran...s..Ir_III.' ,. Evr!!!!'l 'O 10 CIss.MMes :
to come for a Revelation Ride in the .. ssshe.aC' tuft tar...anal '
New Hudaon , America'; "4* Rood-worhyl Hudson,with leery . pur laNlY. pitHi UNiirniIODT ixnA ICONOMICAL
t. exclusive 'Step-duwa" dean and ..- .\ imma AND luxuir core/rat ..,.,..... ... IO owN-O/YAr1- (
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craned floor achieve lot center of ,1, ..RI'Hudson' law*aliwhm. ....a*.lughir... pto..*' lONOliT, HIAVIIIT tAI "Ml IaJJ. MAINTAIN 1 1who
I.MOST BeogllMI! A low blind II the gravity in any dock car Result: the } era IN ITI FIILB, SE INI salty' /uslnw 0,4 tnt brtnain yw(:ewes **> t wIM .seen I
sell)! _
modem beauty and the lafeat. moat bug.the-road nd ever TtniNOMr WIDIIT niAD is. OXunm an d_ -_ _
bails tot really CINTAI POINT ( p.,.m mm fowl, mm rid' ''ort. .;;r .
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:: cookies and punch, alto, were AD A8TRA HOXOM 0. E. DIONITAR1B8: r
Before the bridal couple left ona

II H' Social Events in South Dade M . wedding trip to New Yak, a
buffet supper wit served For "bar Afire, Chapter of the 0 ftS. I- mural o r beat
honeymuuu Mp,1M..bride wore ., on Friday night honored Dr. Aflat ill atar pelvis polished
t a yellow print frock with ratite Margaret I'..... of Miami, graodllther apple to acccfnpaaVBent el "An
-NKl iiI-PARNLs HLOUlNUIt acmteecln and a -.. of whit of tile Grand Chapter of I Apple for DM Teacher" sung by
w MARY FRANCES: RUTLAND) BECOMES BRIDE EVENT OP RATUKDAY LISA PIKTEL AND CARL SCIIEUPLEIN orchids Upon their return Mr Florid. Mr tall Oldham of Mrt. Delta, the grand iattruftor I
I! f r and Mrs., acheupWn will make Little River, mad Instructor otDiitrlct wit presented with *a apple
OF KELLY KINNIARD IN BAPTIST lUTES Mr.. Loll Ms Parker and EXCHANGE VOWS IN GARDEN) WEDDING their 'home In Mt.lftI. M. and Mr* Miry Con- holding a flv.-.. lltr bill
, .. Harry O. Wright Jr. were unitedIn The bride wa a student of In- smelly, grand reprtttntttlve of The\ grand representatIves werepreented
Mr. and Mr. J, Jt Rutland of until mid-July when they planto marriage Saturday\ morning tal Mil Lie Diehl daughter of of whit French organdy nude teller decoration at Miami Tech North Carolina and Mrs. Doris with gift* by Mr*. W.
? Homestead are anooutclng tbs make .extended trip ta CH the Dad County court hound Mr, and.. Mrs Walter Pletel, and with a tiny collar, short sleeves, nical High School She wa named NkM grind repreaenlallve. of A Phillip, aawcUtai anatroo, a*
I m.rrlag* of thug daughter, Mary cage and other oorthern title. AUendtaU were Mr. and Mr. Carl !Stheuplein of Miiml ton of fitted bodice and full shirt of "Mia* South Dwle at the Red- Ontario Mr*. Delta wag. "y'be Sunibln
w. France, to Kelly a Kknniird ol Upon their return, they will Jlv* Bill Anderson, : Mr ballerina length Her picture hat tend Dittrkt Fruit Feetivtl In Ai Cither, Mr*. Zola MrEwen of Tour smile. ;
) B4 Mr Ernest
Mimi! at 5 clock Friday, June In Coral Gable Tb bridal couple w** honored aVheupleln and other aceorle were whit 1948. and reigned a* Redlend presented Grand Esther with t Other vidtor iBtroduced",''WI'"*
I . 17, In Fort Lauderdale. The ceremo A gradual cf Homestead High with a wedding dinner attendedby of Montgomery, N, y., encbinged and th* carried a bouquet of white High School carnival queen In tAft placed in a fold mown! borne five worthy matrons. n4 worthy
y was performed by the Rev. School and tlgrld Stat Uolver.tlty approximately sweat gueiySaturday vow and ring In a garden wedding orchids and ctrnatlons. 1947. on a whit satin pillow. Mm patron, Mr.*. Lulu Caper of Vami *-
Win, 8parkmaa. 'paalor of the the bride ha taught In the evening In tM Parkwaj : Sunday afternoon it the Dle- The brides attendant wore 1 The bridegroom majored at the Lloyd Delta sang "If I Had My Reach, M.... till* Bracken of
Fort Lauderdale Baptlal Church elementary schools her aod In The centerplec wa *\ two>tlar, tel home on Ntrtnjt rd. The similar go,,'nl of French organdy Academy of Aeronautic In New Way, Dear," and the other Mar Little River, Mr. Julia Peels of
:, In hit horn' Rawlins, WyaA 1 wedding cake, topped with service wa read by Judge Marshall In, tint with matching picture New York In aircraft design acourse 1 point Mr.. Lewis Tate M... E Biscayne Bay, Mr... Lena Sa rlll*
The bride wore an aqua crepe native of Kentucky the brides miniature bride aru) bridegroombeneath Wltehart at Miami beneathan hat, Mill Weber, In yellow, h* I I. studying at \lnl"r.1M A. Robert, Mn W E McLape of Allapattah Mr*. Hares Ratter
I month In Ha- belt of Miami aDd Embry-Rlddle, and Mrs. O H Sullivan, formed of Ed L. Richter, and Howard
llreetOength,, dress with while groom spent II .. a wedding arch of greenery which was carried purple aster: Mia Cole, _
) r accejforle wall during the war a* a govtrm. Mr. and Mr. Wright ar: mak : flanked with taU baskets of while In pale green, carried pink eaten; Brown of Little River Alto ptt>
I.1 U: After a abort trip within the meat employee under civil ..,,1111.1 leg their" horn at M N, W. gtadlell fend whit candelabra and Miss KoeniUer In pjnk) carried ALL-FEMININE BALL GAME SET= JULY 21 ent were Mn Ntncye Richard]
stale, the couple wlU beet home Now he I I. associated with Taylor' Fourth ik lioldln| burning whit tapers.. I' white liter I of Miami a put grand matron' ,
In Miami! Construction Company of Miami 1 I TO BENEFIT HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S CLUBat and 11 past matrons.In .
at Itll N R fl..1 ,v* It lOtfMQ.uTIiTi Given In marriage by her father, Mrs Dletel mother Of the bride, a bulnea watte, the" .......
WaJta* U*>*4 the bride war ajtlended wore pal blue organdy with
ANNOUNCEMENT MADE) OF BETROTHALOF HAVE lOCUM DINNER I by Mlle Suzanne' Weber' 1, whit accessories and a corsageof An .II-I mlnlnt soft bill game the clubhouM ter voted to recess until Oct: T
I I meld ol honor, and Mist Rhoda I white orchid. Mr. Bchfu- has been set tentatively for July Refreshment were served by with the exception of the annual
f JOY PETERS AND MORGAN HODGE A chicken dinner was noyed Cole> and Mts Lls. Koenltier, plain, mother of the bridegroom 21 by the Woman Club of Homestead the hostesses, Mn E. A Buchanan Robert Morrl dinner of Aug, \\.
"i by II members el the Vtlntom rldesnldi l Robert Scheupleln of wore brown with whit tccessoriel for benefit of the clubhouse and M..... James I* Bird. Appointed to make arrangemeat
Class and the YouDg May Dlbl\ for the dinner were MU Either
t : and Mn A A Campbell off. elected carnival queen. Sh I is Miami wa bed! man for his '!leI a gardenia corsageApproximately mortgage lund. Every member1 of
Mr .
Class of First Baptist Church o* the club will take part either asa BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVENFOR Livingston. Mrt. AWNa'nLL .r.r,
f. .. Homestead are aonounclag tin employed In the local exchange of June U In the recreational, build.Ing Brother, end Norman Wets and a hundred player. waterboy, batboy orpopcorn MICHAEL SCIIMUNKTwenty ; Mr. Ernest B, rrandii, Mr. Me-
Robert ttelel, broUier of the .
their granddaughter Southern Bell Telephone and a guest attended the wedding and ,
engagement of After the dinner, games were vender. No decision has young friend of Lane and Mrs W O Morton
,.Waoda Joy Pete.0 Morgan Telegraph Co. played\ at' IX* youth" center.In. Wide, were groomsmen.' The the outdoor reception which followed been made ai to whether Michael Richard Schmunk helped Named to have charge of Vie
of Mr and Mr*. Q M A graduate of Rodland High jshen/ were two brothers of the The bridal couple cut the the
r Hodge, arm charge of arrangement, wereMr uniforms will be oldfashloned him celebrate. his fourth birthday Matonlc home .ndowlJ'lent114
Hodge ot Coconut ,,Palm dr Ni. School In the tlai of '4SrMm.' *. Frank N. Irwin, Jr.. Sire ride, Iwrh.rd".nd Lolhar Die- four-tier white-Iced wedding cake dresses, new-fangled shorts or anniversary Sunday at a party were Mr. Phillip, Mrs. George
I date list been Kt for the wed.i Hoflg nerved with the u. ,S.Ii. Dan Meyer, Lewis i Callahan and IUTh made by the bride mother from lathing lultsSuggeited given at the home of his parent, Crlm,and Mr* E W\urtDn.\ *
i( dim, Airborne I Division; In Japan, Harvey Newton bride was lovely In a gown an old German recipe Homemade tt the Tuesday night Mr. and Mr. Richard Schmunkof The, chapter hall war decorated

e,. The IrUle-to-b wa graduatedlatt business meeting by Mn J E. Florida City g \' and c baskets
_. year from Homeitead High ELVIRA HURRY AND LEONARD: T MAY REDLAND CLUB FETES PIONEER M. UcClung. chairman of the budget A pink and white color scheme : A red ajid
Boluxa She wa* a cheer loader I I I IBEltS'l and finance committee, the Idea wt carried out In the refresh- green color schema .wi used
[ o" and a' member of the glee club, TO BE WED IN,'EARLY FALL CEREMONYmilitary ADOPTS STUDENT HEALTH AS of the benefit wa received enihutlastlcally ment court*-birthday cake and also In the banquet hall whey
.t' and In her Junior year she 'wee I by club member ice cream Balloon were given for punch, tea sandwltlic; and .qr.

I I Mr. Gladys flurry of Princeton government H* U Pioneer members of th* Woman Mr E. A Carter, Mrs. W D Mr*. McClung said that Ceo. Skall, favor shaped cookie wen served.
f NURHLIT AWE ('Ol'.1I1IJ" I I I. announcing the engagement ployed u civil engineer ky en.the 'i Club of the Redlandt were Mahan and Mr.. Seymour Dane president of the local Softball
NOW IN HECOM ttCEK honored tt a club buffet luncheon Gladioli and other cut flowers full
,,01 her daughter, Elvira, to Leonard city ol Miami league had pledged his support SURPRISE SHOWER FOR MRS BOOTH,
The Red Cross sponsored Home- Tuesday at the horn ot Mr, Art were used to decorate the rooms .
_. dead nurie*' aide court li holdIng T, May of MUimU Plan are OINNtlg, riaUINQ-' PAIn A. Krwwbcrger.. president A* a In the club colon, lavender and Mrs McClung submitted the GIVEN BY, BAPTIST WOMEN'S 'GROUP
lit *econd! week classes, re- bring( mud for an early full GIVEN GlQ&U.Y1QTQftI result 01 a club aurvey of community green new budget which wai'approve!
,. wedding. funnels needs* promotion better Shipment of a box of food and Mrs, Herbert Kali was appointed Mr. D Booth wa complimented Present, besides those mentioned .
; Wportsaltoneauistantreuperlnlleedanl, A gradunlo of Redland. High have an4 a fishing party health tor Redland District School clothing! to Finland was reported to select a location for a with a surprise shower at' were inn Virgil Lojt,
I ,. of James Archer Smith llmpltalTh School, the bf I Ir-to-be attended for Dr contributed. to entertainment children "has been tdoplfd a* the by Mrt Dane, international relation bake sale to be held Saturday, the June II meeting of the Glean-' Mn R a fives Mrs. Harry
climes 'ar* held front 1 to Walih Business School ot Miami' 01 end Mr. E. D. Stoddard club project: Inh.. national federation chairman Mrs. Julia Gaby July 2. and lairs. John H Hale ere clau of First Baptist Church Riven, Mrs. A. L. Lsnler Mri.
.' .. 10 clock on TueiKlay, Thursday and li now employed as stenographer ter> Ca, and small daugh better community contest, and Mr. Marion E Wilson were was named to contact member at the home ot Mr*. Rudy Simp- R. D. McGlnnti, Mri Edw. Barnes
and Friday night of each week by Lon Worth Crtrw Company Shwrill, who are hone 4r.. Krtnsberger mid Flan for welcomed at new member and for baked goods. The club decidedto ton Hostesses were Mr, James Mn. Gordon W. Ivey, Mr. W. ...
On the opening night' the ten of Mlnml Peon souls ol Robert M KUAN at the he project will be made at a Mri Wilson war made chairmanof I compete for cash Awards In a B, Fatherree and Mr. Sirqpion Lee, Mrs. W H V.vl.'M"' Jon
tludrnt heard Ulkl by Truman The future bridegroom ;is hen of Mr Kuha. parent, Mr meeting to be held at the Kranl.I the new "radio"* department I box-top campaign ipontored byRadio A pink and blue color scheme H Whltt, Mr. Ted Bum, tot-..
Solvcrud manager of the Dade of Mr, arai May of Miami, ind Mrs. L f Kendrick. Dr. I berger home at J ocUxk July 3 which will Inform the community Station WIOD I and men- Will used In the floral decoration Howard Settt, Mr*. Hugh Easter,
County chapter: and Mri Dorothy e graduate of Mlnml High\ School Stoddnrd, who wi stationed atllotnotetd I whoa. Mr.. Merion Bernecker, of the aim and objectives of ben were asked to depotlt the I and In the refreshment course of M.... A. E. Campbell, Mn Labaa
f" Kemp, awlnlant, admlnlttra- and the tTnlv r tty of FJorM) Army Air Fllc<< durIng school aurt, will be present I the club. counted and marked bundles of Ice cream, cakes, nut, mint and K. Bishop Jr., Mrs. A. D. Foe,
. live director of volunteer' services. During the War, h* mired In the war, lad year btt.m..naum Gift of perfume were presented Mr. Henry Van der Lynn was I box-tops and wrapper before I cold drink The gift were presented Jr. Mr, J. H Robert, Jr., aid
auxiliary U Europe an a lieutenant with the professor at the Veter to the small Sheila Rive. Mri .
.i1.; ; The local hospital ( pioneer member, a guest July 28 In a carton to be provided by Virgil Sprinkle
and with theI' nary College of the
presenting Ui. courts, Army Field Artillery University of
Georgia attended by Mr Kuhn.

JEANETTE TAYLOR TO BECOME 1UUUK I It guest Dinners. W.M given complimenting Sunday by Mr.the 't..:..:.!i f ins* greatest, thing shctwater l t was fannied, ._\1,

I't OF I DAVID KING CAIRNS QF MIAMI and Mr*. Kendrkk md Tuesday
by Mr sad Mrs. O J. Wgllarn
On WedoMdajr .
In the navy and H Dr John DMllly
-- The engagement ot MlM Jeanette. -, three yein
and Mr Kuhn were host V Dr.
by Brook Paving
*" Taylor of Homestead to Dtavld'l Company now of Miami Stoddard on a deep tea tyhlng ,
King Cairn of Miami It being trip In the DeMlIly bott n
\ ourced ** Mr, set Mr. **" UNDA KAf GILLETTE: The ,visitor exp \. to return

gen Mill, broUier-ln-luwUna.\ NBIIItFIIyAF. .r .Ir,. I home nest week, .r 0I .'s.vfi' ... ") -"t' .' .
Linda Key "blllelte'* second "'.
litter of the bridc-to-b No date NEW OFFICERS ELFCTED I / ;
birthday! anniversary Friday was ; /
ha*.been set for the wedding. celebrated at a party at the horn I BY METH09IST CIRCLESNew s; r ,

I I"' Mix Taylor was graduated of her parents, Mr and Mr*. H I officer of Circle One and
June IS from Redland High E Gillette. Two ot First Methodist W 8. C.
School where she took an active Small ..ue.I'Yer.* rosemary S were chosen at business meeting i
part In'dra \atl *. Nelll Janl and Buster Cuff and I Tuesday afternoon at the
I horn of Mr 4 o J
Sun of, Mr, and Mr, Clarence Bobby Hyan. Adult present were Selma Btltf. I
bridegroom Mr. E. For Circle On. Mrs. Dan William .
C.lrn.ol Miami, the future Mr and Mrs F F Sage, \
I It a graduute of Miami C. Dyers and Mr and Mrs. ,Gillette ( wi named co-leader, Mrs
Edlton High School, Ho nerved Martin Frame, secretary, Mrs. O.L. f
Showslter, treasurer, and Mr.
UfO T Hanson publlcttlon chairman 'werJ
A leader will be elected -ta l I

GET THIS BIG 112 PAGE later listed The II visit social, 13 service"rdi, report three !

.. tray and two !bouquets Pledge
BOOK OF MAPS collections amounted to |6,75, and
the flower fund 86 cent Mrs. A t.
H. Mullin was welcomed as a new

." :s INFORMATION' member.Mn R R. fierce was elected a aiv a t I ik

Wader of Circle' Two; She S. r not .. l
Matthew, cvlesdoc; Ms. AanaD. "" :
Carter secretary, and Mr. J. ; expensive to e w.4.i .

.. A McNeill, treasurer Chairmen ?I' .. no instaUation posts no ptumbinc :
.. named were: Mrs. A. S. Moy, i '
: flowers: Mrs. J. O Redd, visiting: no wiring a no extras of' any kind 1
Mri. Matthew ,
progtiw.: Mrs. C. t. '
WITH OUR D. taker program. ; and air... D. / : '...,;.,. ". ,< ','..., ,' 1;., '.'" .,,-.. '..rt .. . ,/
O Ilogiboaia, social aervlce .
Twenty-eight visit. II card. eta l : ,kl
VACATION bou lifted In the social service report no t ;
',SERVICE Four dollar was collected $aI'datl b r ?
and )Q cent, for the I alutary I , yea ,wise .

.SPECIAC t flower In fund llf"i: . ammel atoll! low rice.
a Joint meeting of the clrctta,
Mrs. Frame war asilsted by Mr'*
Sell Important services for a' Showslter, Mrs. McNelll! and Mrs. ; i '.
: \
Rinton In presenting a program .
your cat . to Qiiuro / OH "Darkni Turn to Dawn In . ::"" !If
Africa," Piece were made to. told L0k' n 0.f ,' '
Q you iof/, tnoyabtoummtf | 1 a dinner June ta in the social hall : ': :
In honor of the Rv, J. E. Jenkins, a 61s cash payment,, l
: \\ drivlnf.> t \ jj Mri. jMklai and .** member .." ;
Z aIlS little Ie
of th* groups.LUNCM1tos as per meat .' '
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TIIEAiU IMRTY S L, e : ..' '' '
dare Lynn Harkaeas 12..a,-
old daughter of Dr and Mr*. Roy S'S'S'SM. n naft
W. Harkntts, was complimented S,
by her mother on Saturday witha homeowlIfI1
luncheon at Blueberry Muffin ---. one,
ertlJ6e4y .
ta. .
Inn and a Miami theatre partyPresent. ._ .
In addition to ...... Hark- .' 4 bar, a c.[ SOS tho riat t

,7, Preston B. 'Bird net Jean and Craft Clara, Patricia Lynn Talbot, were Betty.... -.:. the Test kltcbeq'ja I.> t rib arse. : ,'"I
: bar Anderson, Sharon" Olnutead. Iii' a + '
ILL' Motor Co Virginia Shiver RoMn FUUMary ; :' W = ,
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, Friday, June 24, 1949 1 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fii

Major and ..,. Roy auJr. -.I Mr. and II,.. O... maM ... BCAOTtrOL OMMmat a.aadH I

;il .. of Waahiagton.. D, c., arrived dat......... Mia o.. a. are aB thaw ....kaa< PIss.d
: two week ago to visit Major vacation In St. hula, their f .1 and OUt The GeorgianRetort
J iMppi, W N.W. 4th at.
OUaaon' Mr. adMr home. will b In CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGlit .
In and JlroundHomestead grandparaata.. They outad .... led am (Ola>
W. W. Ooubarlay and other Uula by another daugtitir, elsautrr Retort Hole)
F relative They war jawed .!. Theim McPaddea of Calllemla FLOOR 8ANDrt endING rwwi- WAYNEftVILLK. N. C. I

urday by Major OUaaoa'a meOwr.Mr . whom Mir Georgia will .ecompany lit lIMo (Install nek and pine noon, Elevation 1,_ '". ,
*. Roy aiUHon, who will accompany > home for a vMtMr asphalt and rubber ttte Uneleum.

I F them back to WIIIaiII,- Uhhhh' Day ph. III-WII1h"; I".". $ll to |4* Our. Week ,
ton two week from now. I *, Jay Peeler. of Savannah, MOTORBOAT if, tnbo 'd. can. lOW r-

how N Oaw and children. Sandra andContinued & Mausoleum vat tap trailer, excellent running -
Week-end gveeto of ( on Pat Bit) condition $M. Dvmonetra- Great lUrgaaa far Baahiaea neroom Include | meal per day, tried
and Mrs. R. II. WorM wet. Mr.
ti' Trie Rev. Mr. J. lot Hon fay appointment O. N. Me- hare horse en ] Uta 14 chicken, country ham and but
: and F. Mr and Mr* I. R. Ituttand plan Worlt,'. sisters.. Mr.. Arlene Tills Woodlawn Park Cemetery ,
I tick have moved Into the new to leave soon on a vacation to of Sebastian Mr*..J. C Vauaa IIf 3180 a W. Ith at.. Miami Hugh Ph. MJ-R._ JITU) coconuts and palma peach sad own flesh vegetable. .
rectory of St John's Episcopal Denver Mia Phone.MW --- - -- avocado to<*ea, chicken yard
I Ruth Rutland left Johnson and Mr Bernie Yatea vtHawthorne
I Church on N. E.: 11th at Friday for Florid. Elate Unlvtr. and their niece, Mat. .4-,, : @ A wide election of cemetery" lot M shah aM I sad breed aew*. $/.1100.

I, ally to attend the summer _Ion. Ernest Lee of Jacksonville *rd( at moderate prices available from J. R. IW-vH. blerki. fraa bank. I-bdroom block building, t-room HARDEN-Hauling, landscaping,
Mr. and Mr. J. D. Redd left her son, Ernest Jr. . large untold cemetery acreage. house, good yard, SI kvorad topfoil potting lOll, eand. rock

Friday morning to spend the summer Mr. and Mr S. T. Oorday and BUD SERVICEImmediate : Community mausoleum of J.TI4 ,,, .. .- .. palm and roronul tree U yard rIlL Ph. 1'1.1Write RU I, Boa
In Alktn, S. C. They were children, Martha Ann and Roy Johnny Caaon, VSN arrldTueaday ! crypts and niche ,.,100. 14A. HomMtaad.
accompanied back to Alken by and Mr*. Oord.,'. mother, Mr* from Washington, D Q, l-roora block house, 1 bets, ready
Stheir niece, Mitt Ethel Redd, who, Roy Bethea, expect to leave July to spend a leave with his mothtr.Mr SeryiceReasonable set out In fruit bees good placeon RADIO REPAlR-QuIck arrvlce.'
was here on a short vlalt I to spend two week with relatives VJ, C Oreer, FOR RENT DownrightBargains corner for atore, land acarlf lad All work guaranteed, Price
in Morven, Ca. and amooth, t4.SOO reaaonabla. Robert 4 Brooka
.>, Mr. and Mr;J.:Lee Smith have Mr. and Mr.. J. L Burton and Prices Unrurnlahed Call and investigate. Beat bargain Cave: av', just north .( Film
Ibought on* of the new home Th. Rev. and Mr* Lynn Ir- Mr. and Nn. Loonle Hood andaona collage US monthly la town.J. Drive. Florida City, Phone I34AJ,
I constructed by Or. C. F. Robin.' win,who cam her for the Irwln- Michael and Richard hair} Gould. S blacks from High-( !t, BEMIS
e son on N. W. 17th It. I' Runnels wedding of Jun. 14, left gone to HenderaonvUle for a atayat way. Ph. 5S3-R-4. (JI4)) Regular Sparta) I block from bank PAINTING, decorating water

I yesterday for their home In Jakln their summer home. En route!, Quality Workmanship For rent to couple-amall fur-I proofing and gluing, MtLaan.
Mr. and Mr*. James Wollam Qa They were accompanied by the Hoods visited with relati'pe nluted hour! near school with 4 cu. ft Deep I phone '''.R. (pfri)
and and Mr. Mr. Irwin' mother Mr Frank tefreue _..t.fIIlUO I 13UO
I s ton, Bobby Wollam'a; In GalneavlUe, Ga. .. or without garage Harry 1C. Grove
I mother, M,.. M. P. Wollam, are N. Irwin, who will make a ten- Ph. FURNISHED -bedroom tram mowing. Ctrl Endllch, Rt
Cooper B5-W
i: visiting relatives In Cullman, AIL day visit there. Ernest a Francis la vl.III" ENGINE OVERHAUL ) Circulating floor\ horn just oft U. S, No. I. Ice 1, Box 489. HomeBtead (old

I Elizabeth relative In Asheville, N. C. o Cool furnished room with private tan __...___ ISO 33 M rated! on 1 acre on prominent Letchworttl place, King hwy.)
Mr* J. K. Whitaker li very III Mr. Slull left Saturday (flit)
I LL Ben Tale who U atatlonad o bath private entrance, $10 corner ONLY $8BM AND
at her home on E. Campbell dr. for her home In Clarkavllli,
MOTOR TUNE-IT weekly, ph. 844-11. f.J24)) U-gal.electric > YOUR flIUASI2bedroom FLOOR SANDING and FINISH
I Pa* after spending, the winter in 'In Key Welt apent ills k. ",
.1 Mr*. J. E.Jenkins underwent I Modello at the horn of her son.Inlaw here with his cousins, Mr. anlMr O water. Mates u 7nO 67.61 CBS horn In NEW ; >Na InaUll oak and pin floors,

I an operation yesterday In James and daughter Mr. and Mr. .. Adrian Jacob. FRONT END AUONMENT L condition; (1,000 down-term*. asphalt and rubber Ills linoleum
I Archer Smith Hospital. Caper Wllllatni.fc e Apt alas electric Day ph. ,U.WIIlb1l; 117-W

;, Mr. and Mr*. Pierre McDanlrl PAlNnSOBOor ploys __ ..... 13000 19 SO NEW S-bedroom CM home
I of Annlilon Ala., are house o with jaloualed porch, carport WE: DO reliable. ) wateh tpatrig
i gueata of Mr. MeDanlel'a parent AND FENDERaEPAlIt Store for Rent tile root oak floor, cedar Wood Jewelry McCrory At
*, Mr. and Mr*. L. W. Ernrt. Used Crotlry 4 cu. ft closets and extra fUA Md. (tI3U)
Ii : o OPPOSITE A. ell r. STORE) refrigerator 5 50 I .
,I \ a : Mr. and Mr. 'c. i. Cbtpley and BEAT CODERStTIIOLSTERINQ: financed IF YOU HAVE tythtng to gell
children, Sandra, Rene and Irvltvr, HARRISREKRIGEIUTION I It need visit
o I t acre cleared land In very or :you j anything
I and Mr. Chlpley'a parent., M,. desirable residential section! the Swap Shop. W* buy mat-
tend Mrs T S. Chlpley, have gone o Apply Rankin : CO. high and dry-11,200 FULL I tram la food condition, Moves

II .r 1 to South Carolina to upend the CNDERCOATINarORCELAINIZIVO Sit S. Krem Ave 141 N. Krem 1'4111 miCEl I Irt Nee, eta The Swap ShOp
I tummer. Mr. Chlpley will be employed o / 127 8. Hafler Av.. Homeatead.
'. ; In Talum and his family Nicely FURNISHED J-Wd- Phone 46?

,1t will visit In Columbia and Fountain room home near school; jal
ft ; o ( ..
Homratrad dial Co. ;1. for
( Floor Binding and Cnl hlag.
Inn and make their homeIn ousted porch; tI.'l OI!
LVBRICATIONGENERAL all W do steel\ lash
purpoae Asphalt and rubber tn.. Phone
.: BennetUvllle.Mr o I store building located at 331 SFl gluing and glazing of all typea 200 FEET U. S No. I FRONTAGE 187-W. h mchXf)
' ,'1 '1, and Mr. REPAIRS Klr ,vo. Ph. OS JlO-lf( ) 201 N. Kroma. Phon 173. .
... I..p _." W. E. Watkins ef : for only $ .000. w* also
.'. '"' Plant e --- -- SEE ALEX LANlCR: for wU
City were week-end guenl have several other outstandingbusiness
.. 1 and 3-bedroom furnished CONCRETE HI/OCKS, all alee,,
of of Mra. Watklna mother, MI'I.elrrle attest drilling Corner .
Moil throw
HI tttrj tafcfuard .
poiilbl a B Gautena, SERVICE kilihrnptte collngca. Rcaaonable Bruce' Blork Co., Naranja, ".. and NX.: 10th .. Phone JJJ-W,
wound our property. Horn*, automobile, o rate Pleasant grounds t for children Phone &7J. FOR COMPLETE REAL

valuable personal property art carefully Fr a PAY AS.lOU Dlt1.E.WaECU JJ-f> WANTED

l loiured against losses bjr ltet theft,and norm.Wf l o RICHARD FUCHS I
SERVICE Room and board, 112 wk. Ph. Sewing-alleraUona and mending
/ Insure our live to protect the economic ', uranre Service O 803-R. (m20U) Crotons Registered Brokeror of all kind. Mr*. A. Mayo IS N.

.t ..!e !.belog 01 Out depeodeoal 1C.. \JJ.' See John H. Male, Salesman W. Ind SI (pJIT...)
"Jerry" Mowcrt. Call Doug at And Acalyphas lOc Ph. 44t or TSI-W P.o. Box 193
Yet health, on which depends out ability to earn thue 147. 130 N. W. 8th at (ilOtf)
John II. HaleAT Bird Chevrolet Co. Member ot Chamberof
Benson Electric Has
material 1 I. often completely neglected. GoodS Commerce

,health U too frequently taken for granted until It U loiti' 107 N. Krom AT. >, 2 147 half-big Tower-Crow.cement (mixer mSClf). rhryalll ......._..........35c HOTPOINT <

It U wii to protect thii prlcl,1IIet loclud t health I FUCIIS REAL ESTATE: Ilomratead, FU. Hibiscust,.." ............&0c APPLIANCES 1|

'czamloatloo for trery member of the family in your yearly rhone 441-I7IK Phone o n FOR SALE Surinam Cherries .... 25c Registered nenJ. Warren Real Estate Morris BrokerI PrineetMi, 1'''. 441NOTUB

budget When medicine It prescribed,bring tht preacripfloe 22 Years WithChevrolet Royal Palms .................1,00Do1INurseries nave buyer for amall tratta UNDM rICTiT1oUSAN..

to w for prompt economical aertlce. 1 IOU tire.Pontiac, radio,New A-l whit condition aldewal Ph.) of glade land, also buyer for N.... II .tomb.LAW-'_ tW ... sb..wad .
100 A. potato land .. d.Ms 10001_ Mile w

.,., .. . .41H CONDITIPNED ,.. . +' Benson Electric 1las| 835-W. (p)24)) ) Ill. 'IV" Kreme Art. P5.101MISCELLANEUUS 5l.t 51., I.5p.,qq
.'w..4. i' I ..-.i - A ... s..t a .,..... II cj. ft. Victor freezer In excellent : lb. .AA.. .I lb.=
'Phil Appliahce$ AAwl" w Dad. bean. .....we.
rendition, .250. Clyde Ea.t .( Wishing. Well W, aAMKINHrMMAN

,: Princeton, Ph. 44S Sickle, Coconut Palm dr I ml IRWIN a K a A Mr iM KM
Glades Prescription Shop E. of Princeton (p)24)) ) /Jar I*. 11, M.I Ahr. 1, .MtJTV. .

. "'nTH'.
DODRE normal permanent wave,
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nir CO MU to adhf (or .kU.. kIko .
HOWARD JOHNSON, Ph. G.r Not faster, not cheaper, but 0001101 o oit of rae h.... for fkralroir
r 21 N. Knm Ave. rhonl4GIFF1 $50 Down better Ruth Halrdretalng Studio Awuot in. KM to isle IIM sell.
.wA MJIt |o lorlooo' Iko ..* *!i. of
Phone 1J3. JJ-U) Warn. ,. .. .. P.d. .M. Ti-ee
; Pars awa.nI., all w I. A. d.1.wd w
;Rg"'; lW 7t,. 2% and 5 Acre Tracts CA-eaamaklng No. and alterations at Ca N.,-ftork'l-.. OfflM Jsl.1: :..1M5. Ulor/:. Ikao I t,
13 Arcade.
Open dally K. KDWABID: .

I East of Princeton thtnugh Saturday, except CIte(ease. 1 flea H., ........ ....
Wednesday p. m. Mr*. CharlotteD.
ROOFING COMPANYRoofing Ooff, p. O. Box .... (m20lf) .1.. ."... Hill at CMPUIM' will k. ta.....

High Pincland Good Hard Road Tb.P.4N..r'TAT 0/).. a Ph.SM.wew.U.a .
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1 r Mitt Kathleen' DetenU W Lum- Hone /IfueMs of Mr lAd tin. Mia Betty Joy Sag of Redland Mr and Mra. R, D McOlnate AfitNCY CUWrtO! BATUHDAYSMfrtnalliia aU day taUirdv In keeping with
hasten, N. C., U vlaHtag. at UM O. J. Wollum are Mier WoUam'l end HIM Virginia Saga of Miami II and daughters Johnnie and July,I miUKm' illwbe crowed Nit.. awUar at KM Miami office, IBuilding
AROUND .home o( her uncle ami aunt, Mr. attar, Miss. Mettle CoUlru, and Ml Friday to visit in Jed _- Mt T urt4 r vtott rtUttve kiMtoloB. j btMl Tai news esmasnaee Wm. J Oeronimo
SOCIAL EVENTS IN AND end Mrt a.e. W. Twut, vaaanVeeddtog Mill Mary Hunt of Cairo, Or vfflt with tMr. ftrothar-ta-tow. ...... k C, lid l In Lai .
sin eNOanpeiled her s ire,.(heir and sister. Mr. and ...... J. B. AqoI Mr. IUd Ml.. MeObMU.
J HOMESTEAD) I trip to Nee. Qkrelhte.Mr Wet SotUle, Jr, and Pal Brooks **"". were aneompania" at tar atCherryvllle
are eapatted to leave July 1 for I N. C. by Vemedt
Jcou: u r ROCK and Mrt.: Ceo. Martin left Camp Cloudmont in Alabama. Miss Margaret Ddllgr,daughter and Charles Faker dtildren of
SHOWS HUMS Wednesday to visit relatives. In Thl. : wMk, Pal l, MM of Mr. and of Mre. W. M. Lee, left Tuet- Mr. and Mrs Kern Faker, wh. ?
; Col. L. p. Rork showed film (Continued from Page five) Birmingham Mr.. J R Brooks, hat been vlait- day to spend \the summer with will vlalt their grandparent
.ot old Canadian citiet and of Johnny, vlalted here Tuesday withMr leg in Key Wart relatlvea. in Shelby) N. C. Guests this week at the McOlnnlt
flatting trip In Florida and Can Mr. and Mrt. Paul Ray anddaughters home Mr. and M.... Wm.
and other : mere
Gordon W. Ivay M--c;
Lee and Roy L. Raefleld of Mr and L. Simmons
Ann Nancy Klne.tree.C.
;.edlan, waters to \the 85 In attend1ance Mr Martin of Miami and children,
former neighbor
at \the monthly Martha Sue expect to leave July S. ., li a house guest of his uncle and sons, Gene and Jimmy, art
:Jof Et John'i Episcopal pariah Church Hipper Peeler and the children are visiting .- I to visit In Hamilton Mo. with and aunt Or. and Mr. Roy W. : making a five-week tour of thfCarolina Barbara and Billy.
i Wednesday night. In Miami with her relatlvei.Mr Mrt. Rt,'. mother, lira. JneeMoore. Harknaaa, *, Tennessee and Ala Mr. and Mra. Dewey Leon Repairing?

.*. L A. Lovett of Jackaonvllle Mr and* Mr*. Grady Lofton of bama. hardt and sons, Durrtll and Den
j :JBAPTIST CROUP ENJOYS I I. pending two week at the Mra. Edward Little It I spending Florida City and daughter Miss I Emmett Anderson of Naranji). nla. expect to leave today for
'WIENER ROAST IN PARK 'home of her eon-ln-law and a week with relatlvea In Raleigh, Ann arc visiting relatives In left Monday for an extended ala; visit In Cherryvtlla. N, C. .1
e Twenty-flvt member of the 'daughter, Mr and Mr* Fred N. Griffin Ga. In Rouwell, N. Mea Mr. and Mrt. C. M. Barrow
Voting people's department of Smoak of Silver Palm dr. Mr* eMr. _
"Jim Baptist Church ot Homestead Marva Lee Strickland a niece olMr and Mrt J. U. Free and Mra. Barrow't slater. Mra. W. II We ran Rive expert advice for your problems on:
:ook:: left Monday for the Cook
enjoyed wiener roast June .*. Smoak has returned to her children, Martha Boat Johnnyand
and You'll Wiring Water Ventilation and Air
One Meal Pumps Conditioning
'Iat t Homestead Bayfront Park. home In Jatkonvllle after spendIng Betty Lou left this week to Try I tome In Thomaavllle, ;,

Leaden of the department ere several day at the Smoak spend a two.month vacation |In Mr. and M.... A. C/ouRla Tow. :, Heating: and Appliances.We .
Return for Another atPasco's
i Mr and Mr B. 1L Stevenson realdence Virginia, M..I. lne and other polnta >r and ton Douglaaa, left yeiter

Mr, and Mr/. W D Coker of lay to visit relative of Mrs, repair most appliances with parts we have
Jewflsh are spending a ilxeek Tower In Princess Ann Md.
vacation In Hot Spring. Mr. Tower plans to return in stock.
clan after a ten-day stay
.' Mr and Mrt. W. A. Phllllpi and Mrt. Tower and Douglass b'l
.YourGayColored You will find one of the most complete lines of
children, Billy and Pat, have been nake a longer vUlt
pending a vacation In Ocala Farm House Restaurant Appliances in South Dade at Benson Elcctrlc-
-.-- Mra Luther Curl la a p.IItntj
: Mr and Mra. J, R. Kaker and In Dad County Hospital. AND
family left Sunday for Cherry 313 N. Flagler Ave. Homestead I I IMr.
vllle. .. Dorothy Phelan will leave:
: Shirts siMrs. 'Wednesday by plane for her home I we are able to give prompt service on all merchandise
Sport John Agnew and daughter Janet, 'ier father Earl Pray. While here, we selL
and Mr. and Mrs Wm.
k Muiwlwhlte left Wednesday to Mra Phelan stayed at the home I
While jou'r rounding up your spend a week in Ocala >f Mr and Mrt. T. H. Seata.

: sunny season wardrobe, be lure Mr and Mr*. Norman Lewis of Cabinet Shop Mr. and Mrs O. C. Craddock Listed here are a few of the many items we
: to corral your spurt ihlrta ands and children, Mill Doris I Mm 1
1 Wilton, N. C, and daughter, handle: MYEIIS & INGERSOLL RAND Pumps
Building & Remodeling I
r tend them to u> We'll clean and [Jackie were house gueiU of Mr Nancy and Sonny, have gone to
:' / press them perfectly, and Mrt. Stanley Wlttkop las) Welding heir home In Mountain City, L & II Ranges and Water Heaters; PIIILCO
week. Mr. Lewis and Mr, Wlttkop Tenn? to spend the lummer. I Freezers, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners Radios .
I served together In the USMC ...................-............. ,
: GarmrnU Insured a.lnll theft, fire, and during World War II. SILVER PALM DR_I MI. WEST OF V. S. t JAMES ARCIIER SMITH Television; EMERSON Radios; HOTPOINT
water damage while In our poMrimlon"
: Phone 528-W'l HOSPITAL NEVIS Ranges,, Refrigerators, Water Heaters
i I ,............................. ..n' I ,
Benson Electric Has Kitchen Cabinets, Freezers, Dishwashers, Ironers -
Philco Appliances To Mr and Mra. Eugene Engle-! Washing Machines; SUNBEAM Mixers,

: W. W. Sever, Manner hardt of Homestead a ion on June Toasters, Lawn Sprinklers, (Hedge Trimmers;

: S. E. First Ave Phone Cal Princeton, Ph. 411 16 I I MOTOROLA Auto Radios, Home Radios; PROC.

if il's DEPENDABILITY you want and Accident Mra Hannah patients,Doer Paul of Baer Key I TOR Irons, Toasters; G. E. Irons, Lamps; GEN

West, Leroy Smith of Perrine;I ERAL MILLS\ Irons, Pressure Cookers; CORY;
it's ROPER want medical patient, M.... L H. Klopp!
a new
Bv PLOTNER you it Homestead; surgical'l SILEX; and many others.

L3arn7MP oi1sullyaorrarer- Vuo'o1!GutlY Mra. Dorothy Butler of South MI.I
; CN v/NAr Mustfll m oio 5rbrjy IS fi1E PITFbGt amt and Lester Smith and [ Estimates on Wiring and Repairing Cheerfully
4 (XAMA1.COirINY L George, Linda Jean and Harold '
y y1lMVNFARfio 2E \\rwii rt> Buy Lee Sickle of Miami.Brooks I' Given without obligation.
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ytP po ou sus d,cger.+a f / I ti .. oUQ TITLE Pi lY Dependable Appliance Dealer
RSl-/AD '
DSAI-"tR Oldest Completely Oldest Electrical Contractor (In the Redlandi.

Bird I Equipped GroveCaretakers Princeton, Fla. Phone 412

Chevrolet 1

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oPPol7rvwlrvr/NALWKNOC t Phone II .
ATMRGULL161E poor SMAA h, Universal- Built*
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Wood Glass-
: Used Cars Used Trucks Phone 78-R Aluminum

'38 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 40 Chevrolet ?%Hon Stake Rain SLIDe Venetian Blinds Storm Shutters
Ml Chevrolet 4-door Sedan 'Il Italic J Pickup or yen can count on Benson Electric Has

h '41 Pontiac Sport Coupe MG Chevrolet '/rton Stake 1. P. ( LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM ) CAS Philco Appliances Repairs O Alterations New Buildings

t Ml 2-door Plymouth Sedan M6 '%.ton Flat-lxd Princeton, Ph. 44i

'42 Mercury sort Coupe M8 2ton. 2-spoetl rear axle Regardless of weather during wintry blizzards or summer

47 Clio'roklt Sport Coupe 49) I'/rton' Flat-bed. New cloudbunfi . Liquefied Petroleum gal U en the job. George N. McHugh Contractor

'-17 Ford Sport Coupe car guarantee. Throughout the years It has proven beyond question of ,

doubt th.t It It the Wool full for rural or suburban. homes.
Automatically' / supplied to you It assures a clean fait, convenient 4
V Lane _iimrnt of t'urd Can and Truck In addlllea to those listed here. I
low cost cooking service. Used with a modern ROPER Can do your work at well and aa

f g" range, It pleas at your fingertips the finest of cooling reasonable aa anyone. Why speed '

+ Bird Chevrolet Co. features. .We Invite you to atop In and get all the facts four home money and watch out of homestead town Keep,r.,.It..
All makea of Ijrpewrltera
bought,. told and repaired.
Phone 98 N. Krome Ave. Gas-Oil Products
; inc.OfFlorida New portable typewriter and

. --- - \ adding machine Homestead Loan Co.
- -- -- -
AU work guaranteed Estimate

Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GASVIC given free,,
\ Phone
COOK, Ilomeatead. MIT. 205 N. Krome Ave 113

GROVE CARETAKING I PHONE 4H FLAGLER AT KROME Phone P. O. Box 116-R IM I IPublt. -Collateral Loans-$30.00- to $300.00_: .

Seminole Theatre

\We'Specialize In modern grove care rte rwo snows DAILTI 7 TCLEPBONK and i p. M. Nor 171
SATURDAY and SUNDAY eontlauona I till 1L
AdmUtloat Afullai, Nlcht, '*ef; Matinee" (till S,p. m.). ....
and culture; using tried and proven Children; under tea, tci, tell to twelve Ida (Tn melded. )

"+ J&( I' P Last Times Today: "CRISS CROSS

t .. Fertilizing -'. SATURDAY Jane IS-Double Felnre Pretram
.:V; ,, methpds., spraying, mow9 .
U or- Jar SSe
! 1 ing etc.'' Consult t withus on your HATCH FEED LEIF ERICKSON, GALE SHERWOOD In"DWNUE'
M In. bM .fill SAVAGE"Sl'NDAY '
: tI' : \ lit Ib. tatGROWLNQ IIS:
,. .. Jar Del 11 ea. Jar 33eINglbN
rove ; MASH ) and MONDAY. June M-M
MtSIIIb. MUSTARD: 1 .. Jar _...IeIS aalrlt4 lad nwrehan4 I "AN IDEAL HUSBAND"
bee. ____ lie ... .ft Mpeuues ...reoadeut (In Technicolor)
LATINO MASH ENCORE EGG: NOODLES Mil' I went MMN".ot 10 r airs..eely.W Ad""MardlaI: Ttme".w..... Indian,** Carteeai Paths Neal
M I Ib. bag __ .U.JS 1 Ib. Tell package _, ..ITe roe .haw fun nwrm wwHhm 1M
1M Ib. bag _._ __ 41) ate hasen anesso... arr. aNw TfESDAY-WEDNESDAY: : Jane It-It
Florida.East Coast Fertilizer Co.Manufacturers Not_.have. lent_ JOAN FONTAIN. JAMES STEWART in
CORN (white, ) .U. nclll'.. If e*.bottle 1IKMVTUT .aiy..-. es. Jut........teem.., oath teat,, e Added:."H.artwod MaUdw*< Csrteee
SULTANA RED KIDNEY ...", If. etJI......,.,.. ."'hare
/ of BEANS, 1b. eu ._ ._ lie OLEO. Ib. etas lie pare wdeom, w..... "- THURSDAY and "
" .w WlMM phase I. Mrt.. ... VAN HEFUN, ROBERT .\Y.rijl.NsT.I1.IJH; ,
New N yecesv MARY ASTOR In
' "Redland Brand Fertilizers"Phone "ACT OF VIOLENCE"

I A&P Food Store'37T Welcome Wagon Added: TeW. $4haUtk Ra.... '", "..._.DIMV. Carteea
i IMnaoul Neva.Ce .
i 16 ,Henry R Prk&cn, M/pr./ Homestead, Fla.
ij j J Airs.\ Geraldine Gadway I lmc Saadal sad II....,. hlr Lit "Tfca Klaatac Baadtt."
South Krome Ave. Homestead Pk. 54-J He.aatr 4 with Frank Sinatra.*




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