Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 15, 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: VID00669
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

1 38th Year No. 28 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA;FRIDAY_ :-JULY 15,1949 tit ITice 5 Cents



Held ,I MAYOR TURNS : On Chandler New Trade Goes! Treaty to Capito.1 Art TRAILERITES V.F.W.On New'Resumes Home-Work of Post--- I:' BAYFRONT PARK GETS "GO"FROM '

4 in Kidnapping I Luther U Chandler of Goujrls) | Construction .WM resumed tide:

to leave for Washington,
expect week on Arrant-Smith Post home
FIRST EARTHIN I D. C., Sunday to continue the tight' \ with the aim M occupying the''
of the Florida Fruit and Vegetabt; I building by the Um the V. F. W, I
Growers Association for a fevOdrable I convention begins In Miami, Aui

foreign trade treaty act, r* II. Supervised by Vannle Lee I, .
Beating and Robbing PARK WORK Mid yesterday Harris. the construction It financed -

Mr. Chandler will seek passage COUNTY BAN by an 18,000 lOIn receivedby AFTER NON POIIUTION REPORT
I I -
of the Knowlln and I I the pat after III recent Incorporation I

amendment which provide protection John E. Davis li chair. ,
Development of the ITS.OtX i for grower One of tilt man of the building commute II

Bryan Edwards Memorial Par) desired provisions specifies that An Injunction retraining the| Lumber for the cathedral cell- Newton Lummus to SpoikTuesday I Work will begin next week on
should the domestic or foreign Inlduitry hit been donated Herman
Grocer I Ing by I
Of 79-year-old was officially launched at 10 I I find Itself penalized unfar county toning board from forcing Mark and Max Loaner, and the for Lions ClubJ. :,[, Homeitead Bay front Park which

J o'clock Monday morning when I the treaty, It may apply to vhe ,I removal of trailer' to recoxnlied I I lumber It being cut and dressed 1: ha been given the "go ahead"
Mayor Herbert Hunter turned the tariff commission for a heaijrig I I trailer parking lull will bo sought without charge by Rutherford : Newton Lummui, county lax signal by the state health depart

I first 1 ipadeful of earth In almpligroundbreaking I and an adjustment.MRS. . by Dude County Protective Asio- Lumber Co.WEATHER. I assessor, will talk on the I04H-SO ment. Fears that water, of the
; I 4 +i tax toll for the Redland District I I
ceremonies Brieftalks -- ----
I : I elation, President" Walter B Me I Lloni Club Tuesday night. : proposed bathing beach might be
Two South Dade ncgroei ar Davis Will Tell Club I were made by Oeo. M, Ar.I' BIRD Vlckcr laid yeiterday. The organlutlon : Wendell Kanon of Loa Angeles, I polluted by city sewage werej !
boRBit, president of the sponsoring 'W. R. [ SEEN 'j I 1
held In the county jail u the conteued i, Qf Kiwanis Convention Florida City Kiwanis Club I of trailer owners Intends grandson of Lion Chas U Oolty, dissipated by the survey submitted -

kidnapper of W. E. Miller, the Klwinii International and Mayor Hunter The Rev Mirtin :I I' to carry the cane to the I will present a program of violins I' by City Engineer Wm. Sydowon
76 ,ear-old South AnepdtehGardens Highlight of R, Davis led in prayer, MADE ASSISTANT I BONANZA FOR music on an Instrument made by I' analyses which proved no
Convention will be highest' courts If nccciuary he i Lion Sam Avis, local violin
I who wai severely Special recognition wan giver I
grocer I contamination of the tea water
Mid maker, Wendell will be accompanied I
told the Florida City Mrs. B. H. Edwards widow of the'I : GROWERS t
beaten and robbed of (600 late< PRINCIPAL HERE LIME I on the piano by his I within a recent four-month period
tonight At a meeting of the orgnnlratlon'i i .
Monday night I Club at the supper meeting longtime Florida City mayor to ; mother, Eloise Ooley taion Wen Ai an additional lifeguard, the
Rev whom the park li a memorial! I officers with the county I I
In the Parkway by the city on Wednesday completed
afternoon dell hn been a member of the
t Found Tuesday the officials w..1 l Mn. W, R. Bird of Homestead Limes are aelllng at 13 a 15- 'I
I Martin R. Davis, club delegate Among present commlMion Tuesday, the county California All-youth Symphony cleaning out its septic tank, and
i In l dated condition standing lidrainage members of the club directorate ,I hn been appointed assistant. pound box, thank to the current I :
asked to enforce I began cleaning each manhole ot
was ease on .
ladlei' night, Mr. up I Orcheilra' for the past two yearsand
i t. a canal hear Moody dr.I At a future and the town counciL principal of the Homestead and heat wave and last-wlnter, freese I the sewage system It will din
mend of the law In rural areaiand with the HollywoodStarleU. I
Miller wai taken to Dade Davis will ihow moving pictures A Klwanlan project, the park I' Florida City schools, announces damage to the California lemon appear. attempt to eliminate the Infiltration '

'''of the convention on which he la being developed Into a completely Principal E. B. Blackburn Mri. In cases where nclnhbon I 1 crop, reports Harold E Kend.II'j ., Okell of ground water Into the
for treatment Geo
County Hospital I This week Rep
made an Initial report last Friday I equipped community center Blrd'i appointment li a result .of make no objection to the trailer Gould grower and Florida' tax problems I sewage system, ai recommendedby
I His car In which he had bee under a contract with theArthur I, recommendations made this springby The group wit advised to take Its contrail to the usual midsummer poke on of I Mr. Sydow' repurt.I .
\ and the a"mild"
abducted, wn found wrecked night Vlnlng I Davis Interests the evaluation committee of problem direct to the toning board slump to tl or less due tot predicted likelihood '1 rat construction at the park
some liven hours earlier about I Plant were made for celebration who have been deeded the aou-I II ,I (he Southern Association of Sec and to ask the special session of I heavy production, the August I, tiles tax I will Include a picnic shelter, aservice

two miles east of U. S,1 and one of the club'i first anniversary I,I them six acne of the tract for a;i I ondary School and Colleges, Mr. the legislature for an amendmentto A I market may hit the IS mark Mr. building and garage and

I half mile off Eureka rd. | with a birthday party on Aug. I.I tractor factory alte.Doubleheader. I Blackburn lay. 'f the 1939 state law which raitrlcti Kendall predict, i ODDFELLOW'SINSTALL I a building on the docks to house
Constable Pete Morgan report A veteran of 23% yeah *,of trailer to recognized park | South Dade account for 300,000to ,, Ice and cold drink concession..
recovery of almost all 0h.' .I I IIDay I teaching, Mri. Bjrd hold a mil The county offered the trallerItes ,10,000, bushels of the sums The u plane ..

J money from the reams, LbretNDivli Barbecue, All-star ter' degree In elementary ednct- VO-day use permit provided. 400,000 buihela of limes shipped VENN I worked ty Raymond .w.I:: of

of Allapattah Garden, 19, Uon from University of Miami. they pout bond end begin building annually from Florida. The prei- Homestead who has charge of
and Curtis Williams of Ooulds.f To Mark\ Skal! Ball Benefit For the past four years, she has home on the trailer iltei ent regulation. requiring a 40 percent survey and deslgni for the county

14. Morgan reports also UM taught In the local fj junior highschool Upon McVlcker'i challenge of j Juice content for fresh llmeili NOBLE GRAND park department The picnic

arrest of two other n"roMbe.: and the rut her experience 1 I the county'i right to collect such teen ai giving new vigor to the shelter will be constructed ot
: A Wbecue and an all-iUr of Key Welt In the prellmlnarjgim work. bond, the commlulon agreedthat market by assuring good grade
li In elementary
y lined to be Implicatsd.the l : A I and Crime All Stars will Dup Wm. A., Henn was installed creosoted piles and have a whit
I crime and the recovery of th( aoftball doubleheader will mark ing the put year, she was in It had no such authority but fruit tile root, and the service building
t!'. pistol with which, MUlttt was'!t3orge $k.I\DPy\ to be hel4 here I tingle with the victor.7 The barbecue charge ot the student testing pr.. I had made the offer In an Attempt I noble grand of homestead I. O will be erected of pile and
will be held at m.
threatened : r"\lI.! 4or. ',benefit of the ladleague's p. gram hen, and for the past four, to solve the controversy Com- O. F. lodge In ceremonies conducted graphite aiding.OUCK .
The alarm was given;; by Jlt yean the has served *. school: miulonen Preston B. Bird and HIGH[ PLANT FOOD here Tuesday: night by C.,
a neighbor of MIUer who, building program! at the representative In the Classroom Louli F. Snedlgar agreed with the',\ M Chronlrter district deputy

after be'rlnt' 'th('! sit, field. Concrete bleacher* ali NO BOrnENECKN'YLONGER Teachers Association J ii! trailerltei that easement shouldbe grand mailer, and hi. inilalllnilift. FREEZE
'. car I..VI'JIll store "ready have been erevldynd test I' Mrs Bird' position ai untruetaJoundal granted In the rural sections\ FERTILIZER After the lodge teuton! I

a"lI"Ia', ...>'i mlinitai.. .r e.eaJ"W-tir6e'*eerrAruh.b( l; A1'' l a .wU'.kWor'! ,, /Mhej MPiyientaUveil of"4 thitttlferowTitW ,flakwp. psywealqyg 5.s., .
tafter 11 and found, 'Miller'! rear Ticket are on tale at community "' by Rafley Macey; whoa ftflh groflfwere Jsrra Ned r TuIId''luaht.91 MI mL1rAUGTI N
door broken open and the Interior ; grade will be taught by Mrs John T. Ownby, vlce-preildent, Mrs ft Simmon, vice-grand, E. 8. Cap- ;
I business. housed for the ,program f F. Scollan temporary secretary,,, i I .
ransacked PALMAVM.S.1The I 1 W. De Milly. linger, secretary, and the a p.polnllve
Morgan searched for the mining which win honor Mr. Skill, Mr. Harry Cooper will return and R K Dell, attorney Thiassociation Sciential have said thai farm- officer will be (installed LOCAL ASSETSThe

men all Monday piglet and president and enthusiastic boater I to the elementary faculty next la organizing county-' ,j Ing In South Florida was begun by Jason Aver, pant dutrlct
"bottleneck" at the Intersection .I after leave of absence Mr. wide branches to fight the reatrlctlve some tOO.OOO years too lOOn, and
bj a
was Joined Tuesday morning of the ball league. Boca Raton li year deputy grand mater, building and the equip
Oversell law. I that h one reason growers here _ .
of the Blackburn
Thorn Ford and I announce
Deputy Sheriff Highway South Dado
lilted to play th* Bamboo Room have to ment of the bankrupt
depend ao heavily on
road patrolmen. and Palm ave. In Florid r- John J DcMcllo Installed Quick Free Ing Plant will be sold
fertlllrer, laid John Fredrick orI l
being Miller\ beaten told the to officer Insensibility that after by Adult Handicraft Class been street widened to a two-lane from a thoroughfare one-wij-': Miss\ Helen Pope'Worksi\ in State Group I I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co>>. Youth Fellowship! (Head at Thursday public auction morning at 10 at o'clock the\ planton next r ,

In a talk to the Homestead Rotary
the negroei, he was thrown from Is Open to New Members through the effort of the I Preparing Teachers' Art Bulletin Club Wednesday John De Mello was installed S. W. Second it Cash sales will

Ala car Upon recovery of concloumet I Florida City Klwanli Club. Part In the of his talk he president of Gateway SubdiitrlcllOf be mad to the highest bidden,
I j course
he wandered In a Fourteen women have regis
*, ,, of the Florida City Canal has been II Methodist Youth fellowships according to Fielding A. Huff,
tered | pointed out that fertilizer, although
for the
fell In Tuesday
until he night
dazed condition
i I I Monday evening In Redland Com- trustee In bankruptcy
handicraft' clan) filled In at the roadway and guardraili Mlu Helen Pope of Homestcacli yearsThe higher In per ton cost, are iislsUnt
the canal from which he was too taught by Mn.1 I Church Installing officer of company-owned
aummer' auction
been Inltalled.I results of this .munlty An
Wm. have one of 35 Florida high school: now actually cheaper than they,
at 'Homestead ,
Cody school
weak to climb out. I I will be Into mimeo- were Muses Dorothy and Emma was held at the plant
aa ;part; of the county recreation: I I Sinn are to be erected to Identify art teachers enrolled in a special course put were In earlier yean because of perishables
Clinics Palm av*. ai the route to I graphed form and copies Mill be their far greater .n.IYIlth.t Engel The other officer Inducted last Thursday. morning Through
Anti-rabies program. Work was begun Tuei- Everglades National Park says ; art bulletin course co-rponsoreii available to those teaching ar) or, li, the much higher percentage of were Mini Martha Lee Davis, the welfare bond, private linker

Slated for Next Week day oil-painted night an plaques.Permni aluminum. trays and Chas F. Mann, chairman of the I by the elate department of education to other Interested persons. Spocli I plant food each ton contain High I I II vlce-pre.ldeot, and Mini Phyllis holders donated surplus meat

I club committee on the Intersection and Florida State Unlverilty consultant for the art bulletin freight rates helped bring about' Delta, wcretary-treiiurer, Miss and other perlahahlei for dlatrlbutlon -
The tint of the annual antl- who wish to join the improvement I conference this summer In Miss I I Ii Fern Walker, corresponding ieo- to needy families, after
Tallahiixee this
trend he said, the
clam I at the university In and present
enroll Mri.Cody :
calling .
rabies ,clinics will be held from may by I I The parkway at the Intersection, Pauline Johnson art education i high coat of farm labor will j retary, was unable to be present the current was cut off Approximately G
I a. m. to 4 p. m. Saturday In t at Telephone 124-J after a mill be landscaped and beautified expert of the University of Wash, probably push It higher. Chairmen Installed were: Miss 1,500 pounds of meat were

the offices of Dr. .John W. De. p. m. and purchase of f ISO worth I The 39 Invited to participate In ington. Harold E. Sutton also, II I 'The tendency will be for fertilizers 1 1I Ann Brown, worship; Miss Juanlta given away, Mr. Ruff aayi,
Mill, at his home at 185 N. W.II Present member of the clan I I of subtropical trees for planting this state bulletin workshop by a consultant and Mrs Dora Skip- that require fewer De Berry, community service; a:. H. Spach U trustee In bankruptcy

,. 16th it In Homeitead. are: Mn. Leonard McOarrah, Mrs II was authorized Tuesday night by I Stall Superintendent Thus D. per li consultant and cordinator I cations-with high I Mill Doris Qouman, world and T. Milton Harris local
Richard I
Doga will bo Inoculated at 1 Eaker, Mrs Schmunk Robert, Mrs Glenn,C.Mrs D. the town counciL I I Bailey hid been recommended by Two of Mill Pope'i vtaUr.olorpaintlngi I organic plant food released epPIl-j':friendship; and Mead Anita. Dalit. ;' refrigerator expert, and W, E.
o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the been chosen for a lulitant recreation chahman.Miss Cheney, Homeitead businessman,
rear of O'Brlen'a restaurant In Eva Barrett Mn. H. O. Hall Mrs I! local county auperlntcndenti. The that will be lent crop needs It Application of I Ruth Eniiel directed a are serving ai appraisers of the
loan exhibition fertilizer should
of course,
Perrlne, and on Wednesday afternoon Wm. Neeley, Mn. R. E. Iniua,I i workahop li being conducted at teacher throughout the I recreational hour.Athletic plaht.
Mrs Mary King, Mrs Kaye TOWN TO INSPECT to art only after careful etudyandconsultation
In Mlnkler'i packing! house .I the request of the stale course of itate and should have In-
Mrs John Yudinsky, Mrs
In Gouldi.Harriet. ; I.. W Conner, Mrs Clara La- : study committee. I telligent careful supervision Too r Meets\ Picnics and Dance I
to Grant Mrs Emily Hall, Mrs NEW' FIRE TRUCKThe I II The participant are conildeilngall great an application might burn ,

Lowe Attend I Kenneth Glenn and Mrs Paul L phase of an art educationprogram ,' ILLNESS FATAL the plants and too little woulditarve Share Play Plans With Dolls Pets

Red Cross Training Camp Worley. I new fir truck for the volunteer j I the philosophy of teachIng I them because of the slowreieaae i ,

OIl Florida City fire department I art and ways of stimulating M the organically. held
Harriet Lowe, secretary '' Seminole! 1 II expected to be delivered art work .various. age levels. ''i TO KERN EAKER. plant food element Softball, field day, picnic and tered for physical education and
Dade County Junior Red Cross to Tuesday subject to approval by I I' Preparation of the bulletin Ia 1 expected ''I i I Fredrick, who was reared Ir doll and pet ihowi ar among the 20 for manual training at the f f

and School member chapter ol will the Redland leave Sundayfor High Princeton Sunday the city council. Organliation of ; to take from two to three ),I LOCAL GROWER' Homestead and li a graduate olHomeitead -county-wide event In which \\h Homestead playground which tl
High School holds the
by Coach Paul L. Wor-
the Junior Red Cross training Stanley Smith of OJyi, Semi the fire tighten I* sponsored byI I I degree of bachelor of science In Homestead Redland and Perrlne ley and Mrs Wm. Cody, Next

t center to be held from July 19 Inole Indian evangelist, and the Florida City Kiwanis t Club Slates Movie\ I I. Charles Kern Eaker "-)'ear.! agriculture from the Universityof summer recreational group will Monday the local softball team
to July 20, at Camp Max In Tilla- Inole singers will present committee. headed by Benefit Here July 30 old Homestead grower, died July I II Florida. He was with the elate participate will go to South Miami for a

delta, Ala. She will\ be accompanied aervlce Sunday night at Se-m.1 County Mo- )I I 7 In ,Jackson Memorial Hospital plant board four yean and didreaearch School of the mouth division game. The group will travel by
by another member of the Church of the Nazarena. The Quilt by Hendry A midnight show mill be held after five-week III- for a with the U
I I under the.uparvl.lon in Miami a year will hold a field day July 30, a' school but and will take a picnic ;
Dade County Junior Red Cross, tic II Invited to attend the ton, Inc., of Clewiiton July 10 at Seminole Theatre asa flees 8. O. ... before navy service In pet ihow on July 37 a doll show lunch In preparation for a *wimmlng -
I Drainage I
of Everglade
Chapter and two delegate from gram which will 1 begin' at I Ben fund-riliing project of the FlorIda Funeral lervlcei' were conducted World War U. He II I Militant on Aug. 1 and I picnic on Aug 1 I' party at Crandon Park.
district Fire Chief Guy
the Key Weal chapter.Approximately o'clock.The City Kiwanis Club, announce Monday afternoon In First Methodist 1 manager ol, Florida East Coast Championship. contest betweenthe Homestead defeated Badlands
12S high achool I II serVice li iponiored by the 1 der the alx-wheel$ ,,500 truck chassli will and have will"a\\ Wm. F. Cody of the club ways Church of Homestead by the I Fertilizer Co. north and mouth divisions will midget and Junior team hen

students epreaenUn eight iou-, Woman'a Missionary Society as GMC 16.000-gallon tank for, and mean committee. Ticket will pastor the Rev..J. E. Jenkins, anda A detailed discussion of plant be: July 28 for pale; Au,. 5. Monday, and later the boy went
them slates will attend this camp IU annual Indian program carry a wood fire I be available at business houses former pastor, Dr. Sidney H. food matorlali made by Fredrick dolls; Aug. I, field day; and Ana 'swimming In the City pool.

water Heretofore to fight, Florida City bent for the show which will begin at Davies of Miami Grace Method' In his Rotary Club talk will be 10, softbalL/ In a ortbill doubleheader it

Park Restricts Use' of Swamp Buggies been obtaining fire protection un-j I 11:30: p. m., says Mr. Cody. Church. Burial was In Miami I published next week. A dance for the 13 to ll-yar- ,South Miami Tuesday, the Red'

der agreement with the city Memorial Park.Pallbearen I old group will be held at S o'clock land Midget won 14-0 and the
Animal and Plant Life were \Harry Brown, lonlght In the' Homeitead school Junior lost 11.2, report Director
\ To Safeguard I CLARENCE MARSH I Dan William, Olin P. Wright i Recruiter for Marines l' gym a* a part of the recreation MaLt Themes Ronald (Peewee)

\ 4tm TOWN Jame K Robert, Jr. Dr. D. O. I To Ik Here Two Days program. No admission charge Motley and Junior Graham, 0

Operation of swamp buggies and of killing deer and alligator and Emmett E. Crowaon resigned ai BURIED TUESDAYClarence Wolfenbarger and Geo. W. Smith I' will be mad and cold drink will starred for the Midget Other
aIr boat will\ be allowed in Everglade raiding orchid must be itopped." Mr. taker I native of Cherry- The lobby of the Homestead I II be available. player, were CUfton Hullender,
member of the Florida City council I
National Park only under Appllcitlon for the permit night' vllle N. C was married to Mill I pal office Will become a temporary More youngster art lAvlted to Billy and Henry Turner, Benny

special permit In a move to may be made to Mr Beard by at the of business meeting Tuesday which necetii- Carleton Marsh of Ruby Lee Groover Homestead\ I I Marine Corp recruiting enroll In the Homeftead classes Shiver, Robert Mullin Tommy

strengthen protection of the park telephoning No. 441 or by writing Press his much' of hli I Homestead, died early Monday In 1134 and moved to 12t. S. W. I office next Thursday and Friday In band and chorus taught by Adam, Richard Bonham, Jimmy
wild life, announce Park Superintendent a letter.ddr.*Md. to Superintendent spending, morning In Dade County HOIpl. First it. Homestead, six years when Staff Sgt Roger F, Johns Stanley Dullmba, Redland music Calderwood and Chas Brown
Dan Beard Everglade, National lime In Key :: was given for hi byd I tal at the age of St. The Rev. T. '10. He was a member of First I' will be here from 10 a. m. until nitructor. Junior, player Included Billy
Mr. Cromson rasa '
.A great deal of damage has Park, Homeitead. No wainade R. Benson of Princeton conducted Methodist Church and belonged Pm.. j Children are 'making increased Crow, Dudley Peeplet, Leroy
been don* to the wild life, and ,James B. Earl will com her etignation. appointment ] funeral service Tuesday afternoon ate to the Woodmen of the World. I "Young men who apply for en- UM of the school library which Rodgera, Kenneth Jones and Ru-
to till his
the park guardians have been from Gainavlll the tint of next place f In the Turner chapel. Burial In addition to his wife Mr.I I llatment npw," laid he, "will tryst open at 1 o'clock In the after dolph Hahn

handicapped by the difficulty ort.tchlna month to begin duty ai a rangerat took place In Palm Cemetery at Eaker leaves four children: likely be enlisted In August and,,,I noon, .reported Principal E. B. Wednesday, Homestead defeated -
violators red-handed Coot Bay, Mr, Heard report THE WEATHER Nannja. Charles, Daniel Roy Verneda and I September, line the allowance Blackburn, the visiting Perrln toft-
Mr. Beard cay*. "Now unless the A combat veteran of U.'.. M. C. CIftIoIoI_pas d a. a.newdeI Mr. Marsh who made hi* homeat Marlyn; his parent, Mr. and Mr for July I* practically tilted. (I Matt 1- Theme direct the bill teens 1 ftit the midget
iwamp buggy and air boat oper- and I graduate of University ot ewe. '.rues.Isaw Ill N. W. Seventh ave, wa Roy E Eaker of Cherryvtlle; three Men between IT and :M and j+'Rodland program; Leonard Wol- game, and 17.5 In the Junior game.

stars can present the required Florida, Mr. Earl I* employed In Mu.1,...I rrr. born and reared In DeLand. lIe brother, Cecil, Bruce and Boyd women between 20 and II ami: lam leachei ballroom, tap and The Homestead teams will leave

permit, their presence In the park elate agricultural work. July 13 L__M Tl 2 gMy was a retired farmer Eaker of Cherryvllle; and three being accepted tor three and four folk dancing; and Mia Ruth Grate by bus for South MiamI at I:30 I

will be taken a* prima fad evI- Regional Director Then J. Al 1_ __'2 tl. M0 I-I Survlvon include: two lona, slaters, Mrs Ralph Harrelion of year enliitment In the regular ''II teaching art and crafts. A Monday morning for softball play
dence ot guilt lea of Richmond. Vas I\a at park July( \ 1__._.."' 71 20 M Carleton C Marsh of Amarillo, Cherryvllle. Mrs Frank Seagle of I IKann.pol" Marine, and men, with no prior I swimming program i* beingworked and a pirate at Mat ,son Ham
The aim of the ruling I\I not headquarters her this .week M July( 19" _*jt'l 79 nn 1.31 Tex and Robert P. Marsh of N. c., and Mr John'' service la the Marine, who are out Harland C. Merriam mock On Wednesday morning

to baa people from the park, but problem relating to.park con- July 11 .. _Jl tt 21.111 Homestead: a daughter, Mrs U Limerick of Belmont, N. C AUthe I' between It and U are being enrolled I II director at Perrine. 1 they will go to Silver Bluff for

to onrv the park attraction cessions and the acquiiition of July( 12. ... _.(0 73 10.*. 1.02 R. Sullivan of Homestead; and North Carolina relative' came) la the Marine Corp Ke-i One hundred seventeen 72 play. Each child will bring his

for Uw people. This old buaiiMnt. ouUtandlng park land July, lJ.--JQ '71 0.00 three grindclilldren. here fur the funeral. | Mrva. boy and 4} girl-- stove regi*. own uncle

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Page Two HOMESTEAD LEXDER.ENTERPRISE Friday, July 15. 1949 jj
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The Roaches" and Ants I With apra/i and ...... were '"" IWAttUtiMUIIHftttlttlHIItliftmiiilut_ One of Florid. *.i mart modern MlM, Bodll Koeel U vliltlni I
only unitarr dairy plant la being ( r
Leader-Enterprise, By A.... Mafbrw' FMpab4rkt11wlt Try to be helpful. Ut me teA constructed. new HonweUed by 'Mr. afi MM Murphy and FRYERS

........ M INS .,.fig eMt CM...g W pttra p,1tII: 20 Years Ago I.GrVe O B Parker Dairy .pjirlilor,W of Alpine d.w_..-",Inn. i.DiSLJ|). C.Ire" visiting I II' .

-- ---- I Makapafi PauHne Calla underwent a "Mir M 4 foetid* Grade *A"-Uve, or dressed instantly i
A:;, .N.. .... Ph.. y IM to*Mk CM.gar teatfcMCM 4heit a5e7 "I..1ICe jfckMtaviLTMy jhialfcii..wl route N. .....a ...... .. .--... tomllleiloaiy.. !Is Mra. Hunl *- rittlalnN.' : with our detiric: : picker while you wait.
1'.IM5 44 l1.Ne.y. Mr.*. AM might" wed My toMn. stage I .,..k.....-... I- ::.=.:.-. .. I.=.::n.w u.1ant ?-
-- Nwa.d I.d.. -Mr and Mn Anton Waldln AUred Tomarlln. left for MllWl -
I dw ;
.. A IICIIft noses, mats week faro .1, list..., W _. e... n. ..... sal sans A..... it., and Barney .,..,.... to accept employ 39C Pound
......... ... ..... "What manner of batagi leave. "Maybe they will 1 ails; .Nil .wwW1 aNgrYti vacation In Miamieearh Fisher
oflwwt Md.Mw. .!. 1N1..r . are pending a n rnt with. the Body j
/. uuca ,1ICIItIII such a mueafor Work.Building. WE KAISK: 'OtTI OWN rOt'LTBY
I I Af the mlllenlum '
N..p.s MaMomipfWM wMASY ua to clean up after them *o. approachesAnd 1
1 )FKalilCl.L.N ..Ill'.INIOICInoo ../.... Their ...venly habits always week tat at dr ,a epecial, day fllllll"! 111II1I1lIIUII/ \ / II II IIIIIIII 11I1 I ----- Farm r
ted a .. Midway Poultry
niMM Mr famaV: and altii) >yt> kin isi *U. .Honoring ua an<* andfoaehe* "PUni for'the ,
rwwtrurtten and
.. .. OM i fiia w4 stare aome j having moms ItrrineOpe .
t t I i )| ma4ntfuknre Subtropical' E.- I 3 Miles North of ;
.wife w gtni I*.. i W M.i aiaai. my 11M 1W..1 than we nr ed" The itaU-wlde ....and turke"y; pertmet Station will be made at ? S..4aya Just ,0*>tk dig talk Fana-U). !L I .1111. i
I I .... Mrs Boach might reply "Gruel.' survey, completed June IBM. revealed ,. a meeting or the MM .plant board
I Y .... *. Ml MIU* too. edlmaUd deer pnpuia, pMs Frak D, RIM. .
n.r. II I ltd >l iKr p.l fiTIV* : A( well li waklefut: Se what an I- ot the dumber of commercerommlttct
Po.:,:lMU. rfetMa. ; s.d.t Uw M oJj I I thereto 'lion of 32.4D4 In Florida.
11..1 I I.I. __ that obtained donation
-- the )toUfIl'of the eomenl.Und .II ..promlM. to. erect of

the building. and the aid of Ded' ?

Sale of Summer Trousers bill"Tbre'" vertebrae in putbfif were across brokenIn the iUton Repairing !! ....

the ,back of Mr. / D. ROM
. when the car In which the
toss returning' with her husband We ran the expert adviceor your problems on: I
and five children from a July 4 Ventilation and Air Con Close-out Specials
Under J10'00For 1 i-elubratlon In Miami onUldod with Wiring Water I'umpK I

rather ,on Uie Dixie Highway' ditionlnir heating and'ApplianIo! J '

Dormeycr j .
One ,Week Only We repair mod appliances with parts we hue!
Electric Mixers : 1 '
Brooks Inc. in atock. ,

Reg, E37 GO '
You will find one of the most complete lines of I
I reduced to
'w Appliances In South Dado): at Benson Electric '.
Regular $5.95 and $6.95 Seersuckers, 125,00

Rayon and Nylon Cords, File Cloth, Oldest CompletelyEquipped ANDwe 4 .

Stripes and Solid colors. Pleated and : CroveCarclakera are able to Rite prompt fK'nire on all merchandise >

Zipper Front "e fK'1I.

Only i 1

Listed' here are a few of the many items we

t ; r. o. BOX it 1 handle: MYEUS & I INGEUSOhL: nAND Pumps

$3.99 t HOMESTEAD FLA. L & II Ranges and Water Heaters; PHILCO Automatic Irons .$ 6.95 :

I'hene TIRIlcnson Freezers, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, RadioH (Were $9G0)) ) 1 1i

i Television; EMERSON Radios; HOTPOINT

I Ranges Refrigerators, Water Heaters,

Sharkskins Electric: Has Kitchen Cabinets, }Freezers Dishwashers, Ironers *
$7.95 $8.95 Tropicals.
HOTPOINT Washing Machines; SUNBEAM Mixers,

Pleated and I Plain Front Regular and APPLIANCESrrlorrlon. ; Toasters, Lawn Sprinklers, Hedge Trimmers;

Short Rise. th. Ill MOTOROLA Auto Radios, Home Radios; PROCTOR $355

Only Irons, Toasters; G... Iron, Lamps! ; GEN Cosco

I ERAL MILLS Irons, Pressure Cookers; CORY; AU Metal

SILEX; and many others.
S .99
5 GlliwnHe Inml-mairtto KitchenrStoos

Estimates on Wiring and Repairing Cheerfully

KARKOTEI'NDTknODr Given without obligation. $2-00'

(Una aembled)

I I II 1 Of display. ""'io<. -kladlr) look far aprriab each week.W.
e < .1) ,-;Jin.Slla'rp Clothiers ,', rEOTECTIOM 1 Benson--Electric Co. :,..

' \ D. Home Co. Inc.
South Krome at First St. Homestead" Phone 487 Stops' Underbody .

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-- - ---- -- Hast!! Rattle and Rot : Princeton Ha. Phone 442 HamrkUadOlilmt RANK L. SKILL, OWMT

)I 1 f I'I << eatabllshed electrical contractor In the edlnnda.In Hardware and Building Blateriala
Princeton alnce 1917
Made-in-Homestead\ Applied! under hoc-4. fenders, 11 NI } I floor and hamlii, Keeps new : 1
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cart new and old cart young. \ ..
Order your Knrkot job --

I Ready-Mixed ConcreteI now jj j jj j j

J Preferred by more users

Texaco One
than the next two makes combined !*' TJk
Concrete Blocks -
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Princeton, fb. lit x LOWER PUKES I
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w Tat ciuntit COURT or rorrirvKNTH
{ JIUH-IAI' imrniT orPIxmiD
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Concrete Supplies Inc. OJtIIIOI L t'NIKST Na huts: PLI.UI. ,.

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1 Cor. 8th St. & ..EC. Railroad Homestead 'TN1 IfTATI'Notir1': or n.nslna to Appeal. .nn , .
('HARloN! H. suer.: pd UNA LNM d
KKM (<., Al_ w1.N..Iai -
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IDXKk.ll.: mat.. hot MI._

YoU ".* HFHr.HT'... .. .MOTinRD_... AND I.
Rk.gUIMl: M < I..5.
.too* .......d w.. In UK WflM' .f tlw -Tr 1W
I WHY DRIVE tart: A .rY.Y4, ,UwTrMto t.l,, twin, N'... ..:. Yes, it', true) Truck users art buying more .
.w1wAY/ w 5.4w iS lass du .4J.4
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D. Shea 111M. ll.wMMtY.wM "
.. M tee U.. __ ., Chevrolet trucks than the. next two makes
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::w.f= I. .4 5111 .f. combined. What more convincing proof could there. be .
c:_...... win IM ...... r .d
that Chevrolet Advonc.-Dedon frvcb afro MOT vafuef' Com '
T....KMlira> fish bi ....,..
>>mi Ittl 'tart.'... W sera TOT '
Go GREYHOUNDOal Its <4 MIAMI AND a l>rVM4: >. ,In and Ul us discuss your truck requirements. ' .. :
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GREYHOUND BUS STATION ::::::i* :nil:: Aini+ . u wnOMESTtAD. : Benson Electric Has : ... ',. .

FLA. WaehaaitM. MI New flaws .. sue '
MeVi.. _. .. uN wad. ...eto ILN
126 S. 'aller Ave, Ph. 391., ail aptrln seas 471aataalM r sueS Philco Appliances BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY fun

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Mitchell Main Wedneaday.Home . 1 8 Compile Firet Unit At ..* .*.**, ........ MAlI MHft'ftMITII ON HOMHt Ut lv r fty whan ate. to 1 aophemw -
.lopsmith, New 5 in-1 Power TQO! I!V.F.IYy' MITCHELL defeated V. F W. 7-li Of Nurae'i Aide CeuiM Dorothy...Xetnp.... at Mteaai sass Mlaa arban. Jean Smith ou.l i *. Idles Smith. It the dauthtarel 1 r

a To Be Handled Here by Mitchell\ July 7 on el. hita and fe. V pili tairuOii at the honor roll tar. M* and MIA A. D. BMUi" KAomMead.
best' Broapectlv neat aide I
I TANGLE TONIGHT F W error John Yudleakypared W friday auccaaaMUy paaaed. the Susan Marie CaucentSuccumbs ayrlitt quartet at John B. ... . !

rttohell Hardware Co: "KM been meat, Mitchell'. tore hu contacted I UM victoraaMaok with two written/. sejnlnaUon of the first to IlbttMSttaan
{tded the agency In HomeateadShopamith I the factory for additional, By KENNETH GIAVE ala_ IN three aHemata.. A *e.- taatt of the AmerteaA Red vroaieaurae
<< the revolutionary Skopemlth. I Tonight\ VTW. tangle wkh, Ie by Dick >Mwwnea wJ ttxonly taught at James Archer Marie 0....... II-
> tnulU-purpoM power tool forM Shopemlth Introduces an entirely -I Mitchell. Home take on VT.W Mtra-baae Mow of UM eon' Smith Hoapital by Ml*. Mildred .....Ut-elcl daughter of Mr. anMrs Fried Chicken j
farm and maintenance new concept to UM ; Monday, and VT. W. mess teat Walton aaatotant uperintendent. Joa. E. Oauaena Jr, Uilomeeteed
::1 I Member of the group now died BuMday marniniIn
b Mid to be the fatert telling tool field Mitchell *" Its fourth
.rat tool i In the naUon..wording 'Although requiring only. .." 'by!I Mitchell won game ready to begin U hour of practical I Miami nuratac home sPill. .
' to Mr. MilrheU.thW 60" of floor apace, It ...v.*Bi a l' and aaay to use 8bowmlth IIi of the second halt with 1 4-1 victory hoapltal enperienee under I ahort Illnaaa. Funeral errvlc AT ITS lUST; SHot
-ln-on. power tool for work complete power workshop I" i' pralwd by hobbylaU, farmer, over Home Friday night the aupervtalon of a ragtitered I aerh held Tuesday afternoon
/ {.'wood, metals end plattka. ha circular II"'. SI" lathe, IS" vertical I' aaaintwiemie man, cabinet work- Dan Done doubled hi the tytni nurse!, are. Mrs. Erie' Bridget, Mrs. .1 I the .rvealde In Miami Memorial Biscuits, tootPasco's !
tally' revoluttoniied the In- drill press. 11" due aandwr, em and manutaeCirea*. It la ud' and. winning. rune In the eighth. It R. Kinard Mrs T. fc Klrby.Mr Park.
ly lnce! lu introduction lilt and horltonutl I drill I :pro with; I for conatrucUon). repair, and Karl Oreer'i hume-rbn with one *, a Metcalfe, Mr. DonaldSullivan. I In addition to her parent, ttx
I. SbopHnlth'f venatillty and unlimited rapacity. Only one *.t I homo-craft praeeta) and .la calM mate on put the contest on Ice Mr Either ShutU, Mrs 'baby leaves a "alder Yields, and Farm House Restaurant
h. p. motor la required to powerShopemith the answer to ..heme-craflamaiT John 1 IHAomo blasted two doublet W. A. Thompson and Mrs Wnv I I her irandparenU, Joa. EOauient. .
" cornben In all five pneHlona dream.:'' and one alnile In four attempts WalnwrlghL Mrs. Margaret Har of Miami Mra. Carrie B. Oaureniof '
I I 313 N. Hauler. Avc. Homestead .i t.ii
ha Mid, have mulled! In 1m- "Ruggedly constructed (Shop Mitchell stated that Mote dentcmitratkma for the loacrt. anon, accredited oune'i aide, will I llomeitead. and Mr and Mrs >
10. and ) It nan started at his store, Billy Forte'i two home run' serve a* chairman of the group wftm rd.
tale widespread public smith weigh 100 pound I i i E A.. Antis oPTlf . .._ .
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bag received\ more In- the for 7-6 vtctnr - -- --' --- ----- -
tptanre wherever it baa been greater capacity aM prtHHan Shopamith paved way a ; i -
fed for aalt Homettead la no than the usual atniUePurpo. **, **'I' I tereit from his cuetonwra than o\er Fort Lauderdale for Crim'i .
eptlon. either, for la .tide than j It replace J any other new product he has All Stan Saturday night John I
week since the Initial hV* because It It I offered for eato. Pokomo collected three hlta for
t .. .. . ., ,
"O ---- --------- - -- "j four trim for the locals .
" I Edward hit a home run alao t."..',. Ii Autos Paintedany +
: I In the tecond game George Lint ":; i
II Crim'i
3-S. 0-hittrr over
I II for Does a Itabm. Steve Biondo @tJ!! I111 W I
I I collected the only hit for Crlma.

Herman Thom. Issued five hits .
, iLBRANCOR to Dora Raton after plJrhln.Crlm' "..,.'..\" make
earlier in the ( )
INC.I' I evening to a victory .:r I

Monday Home handed Mitchell
a 5-1\ defeat lUrvcy Rue collectedthree I

i,I i.! I for Horne.aafeliet Mitchell in four managed attempt! to For $40 And
Score a run In the 8th and Vlh
: I : Successor to Southeastern Rock Co. frame John Pokomo and John Whether a drug upBy

Yudlnnky eaih drove in two run. helps you to recover
for the victor. from sickness tleendsuponitsquality.-

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| If it, for any reason,

t b 1. floes not have thel''quil'ed Our Paint and

;i: Rock and Concrete )111'O eal\terty you, its

Body Experts
L Every drug in our I

!,f; I Products i fQJ = prescription tory is periodicallychecked. labora

p.i. Kvery: new

i I drug we stock comes
[ You choose the color and
efl4ce111ft..II..L.. ...... from a responsible, .d' we
i i. nationally knownmanufacturing i iI
w 1 .1.Ita trr.r edn. per for 18 months.
chemist. -
Concrete Rock Road Rock Ira .tttet aMMg" '
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Screenings 9 Concrete Blocks .man.. Irt, Mo krr

11'11'I. Year Friendly Recall Store. Body and Taint Dcpt. '
11: S, Krome Ave at 5th St. Phone 181 M
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,PAUL O. COENELIU8, \lce-Pre*. L.:: f. OUKIJUN, Src.-Trf* and Gen. M.r,

1/ :Rock Pit on Uedland Hd, South of MOM) hone 772-J W. D. Borne Co. Inc. i

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e.r has SSd e.Sod : "le...,..-tkia! _eel. ...tW bagiit Irwkf, tU Utt steels fa Mr UitiryIP
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coo "1/00 n.. .
eaalent sm'udson ra frer hAd!--te Wn hf. com .In > '. brinf your present
ha eMM Alrslsc New I America'MOETF
, ,rr with :ywi a > gad ert set for a
Car.The amazing new hind of motorcar A hoayt-warraTng AvirseRnnr
'turprint '1II'J'I'18a. fI"
'ANHA SHOPSMITH with motor . 199.50M"re t with "*t tp-OOwna" .. that'll wy toll,0II1tow mat*vour present
0..1... .If.' bring you new beauty,outstanding '' ;lass It worth f in tra e. s l"'M, Woodworking proJect] or home repair, SHOPr"i 9 perfonnanoot 'new Hudaon--Amedra'a.vMCJHTCar.
M SMITH dots it with power...accurately, oiilyl / It'a our way, H Hudaon dealers of ; .l-MOtfT BaautiruL 2--MOHT rrgp M.7% wen the posse period
'."tow, 15"4ill; ".... lrJncsoeoe. ))"lothe, end hordontol 1 celebrating Hudaon'a 40th nniveraary. Roomy. S-MOST Rad-wathy. h*year. And thuuemtda of moUrbU .
.Wire win atill ,' MOST All-round Performanoe. ,
HOP. out to owe are tuitdtinf to lludaont Of the
.. vmll S copeciry tool which perfe*whuixiredi
drip : oil i hi one compact big- :
new friend for this new car In this lint ()oooo New Hudaont bought
of operation,. Your rugged SHOPSMITH (lit weight 200 MITHMitchell community make thii nnlvcraary SAW HIT NIW NICHI 100202--over: half-went to men
I pounds) eoiily flu Into ,a corner of your garage, boiement, or \.. year UM biggest our history The New Hudson la riding a ritlug and women.who traded In other
utility room. One motor drivel oil tooll. In lens than 0 abuts" you w v -with the esae.t-dealing, bigKeat tide of popularity Official\ figure make car, from the lowest to tbeI'
con change from one tool to any of In*other*.H you wont template' traclinJ ISUY-NOW BIKT1UJAY prove itl Hudson sake ao far ibis J biphatlxudtoewdkNwllud.oalCOME
'ew"ka.r twa power workshop for lew then! half the.. Cost,In' one-Shh the spoor... t
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Page Four HOMESTEAD LEADEH-ENTERPBISE Frgd+t y.. July 15._-/ 194-- -B 4



I. I. . . Social Events in South Dade . . : July danet glean by the ..

Jack Klmnannaa we* in On behalf of tile past noble 1..11tftM'M1' AareHeen l.... r-.
for the bulldwtg
I'M. Auxiliary post
noble. gtfnd of Liberty grand, gift/ war made to the Lund Mara ftoiaacial as wall asa ''I
todce to e public ceremony retiring officer Gift were presented aotl aisocaas, Musk wa fur- .
IIIIIDAL SHOWER FOR MRS KINNIARI MM UNit IIOHTE8S ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OP HETROTHAL eandtirtad Monday Bight" by also to firs Etsnanerman. shekel I by 1h* James Peyton *rchwtra -
I TO BUSINESS WOMEN I an Installing staff teem' the Coconut Hibiscus/ blossoms' wan used to of Miami '
IS GIVEN flY MISS MAIJLE\ RUTH.POPE OF MARY DYKES TO_ .. THOMAS_ ._ __:\_.__ RAIJlWKMMr Genes lodge.Others deoprat the lodge ball and the
Mr*. Lena Link was hoaUss. to I banquet room in tft* dub colors
1 the Homestead Bustae** and Pro- and Mn Lloyd Dykes of her parent II month ago from Inducted were: Mrs. and Homemade cookie sUMMERtSLIEDPIi' un'l>> ,
N. Mn a F. Keen pink green
A bridal shover for Mr KeHjO Trunk Irwin Homestead Lucille Carter. recording aecre- rBE B TEKUN WOMEN
Mn Vlrgll Seas Ional Women Cltib Tuesdayat are announcing Ue Bainbridge. Os- and was gradu- ; and punch war served to the Bf
Kinnlsrd of Miami the t armor Mrs Ernest a Francis tiny, Meg Anna Blanche Chap
Mill Mary France* Rutland 01 f Loll., Mrs S. A. King, Mn. bar borne, Camp Happyi After Mary engagement, to Thomas of their daughu sled In June from Homestead man chaplain; Mrs Jot Deem, '65 members and friend present. Now In summer recess, the general I .
Mrs Ch... T. a short buslnea* aeasion' games Caldwell tan High SchooLwell circle of the Women of the
Homestead wai given by MlMMnble Jimmy tlinman of Mr. and Mn R. N Caid right supporter to the noblerand \\iIW
Ruth Pope on July T It Harper, Mrt. J. R. Pope Mill and quli contest were enjoyed. of Homestead Plans A graduate of Homestead High Mrs. Wm. A. Henn left The W. S.C.S of Redland Community Presbyterian Church will hold Its
I the Pope horn at IT N W. Sixth Cecelia Harper and Mlsse Myrtle Mrs Link/ served supper to her maOe for are belt If School la the clan of 47, the fulure supporter to- the noble grand; Church will meet at 2 next meeting on Sept 2X, and
at and Jane Moon guet who were Mrs.. Frank M.' The wedding bridegroom it engaged In Mrs. Ceo. H Oann right supporter clock Thursday afternoon at the Circle One and Circle Three will :
Arrangement of whit gtedlol OUta wen aent by N... J. R.Dortey Kent. Mr Irene Lamb, lira Irving ' bride-to-be came here wll lh: farming. to the vice-grand.. ; Mrs Harvey home of Mn M ) Baker on N. meet on Sept. 8. Circle Two I II ,
end .ten were used for decora Mrs Edwin Lawrence Wechaler. Mrs Rebecca Class,' SchmlU, left supporter to the Redland rd. Mn Walter Baker ,continuing lit monthly meetings r .
tlon of the room MlM Barbara MM. J R. Byrum. Mrt W T. MeOonnell Mr*. Earl MArtin Mrs.. Francis I MRS. KRANSHERGER ELECTED PRESIDENT vice-grand; M... H. B Seattle. will be co-hostess. throughout the summer. .
Jean Smith tang 1 I Love You Mn. Fred Pennmjton a Uncoltt, end.ldra.. Fred W'j OF REDLAND HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUBMrs. I right supporter to the past noble
Truly andtlwaya" to piano and Mn. T. D. Fiche. LInk.. .. -- -- I grand; M"F.. Foster left .
accompaniment played by Mien Arthur A. Kransbwger shown by Mn R. B. AmldonMrt supporter to the past noble grand;
Pop I MKS. H. DeNISCO IS CHOSEN TO GUIDE was elected president of Redland Krantberger retiring secretary Mn O H Sullivan, right supporter I GROUSE &, BURRS
served Horn to the chaplain Mrs. Florence '
Cake and punch were Demonstration Club at a ;
reported the club had
Present, betide thoM mentioned HOMESTEAD HOME meeting held Friday fat the Lion attendance PacetU. left supporter to the II
an average of 31 of
wen Mr R. E Edward,, Den Mrs. J. H Orlggs wa made chaplain; Mr* d. W Revell,' Cabinet Shop / .",! I'
and its 48 members
elected agent spoke on gardening on during the past
Mr*. John IL Whitt. Mrs F L- Mn a DeNiico was vice-president, Mrs L. J: Ball, warden; Mrs. Fred Llnke conductor *I, I'
Mcllwaln Mn T T. Dowen Mrs. president of the Homestead Horn the do's and donts of interior aecretary. Mr*. W. L. Dunlllin.trel'ul'II' year Perfect attendance records Mrs. Frank Bernecker, Building; & Remodeling; / \
Demonstration Club at a meeting painting Report were given by were made by Mrs W L. Duna- .
bearer Mrt. Mill I
color Jerry
Tuesday In the Future Farmer Mrs C. W Little on the recant couticlt ; Mn R. W. Harkness, gin Mra F & Dunagan and Mrt outside guardian; ; Mn Fritz? Welding I (J '
delegate and Mn E. L.
demonstration at ; Ball, the said.
Wlllamt home camp
EPISCOPALIANS TO BOLD clubhouse, Mrs. Lawrence
tuttke, Inside .guardian. .
Supunersett reoorda
CONGREGATIONAL StTPER waa made vin-presldent; Camp Kendall and by Mrs V. MOrennell Mn W M. Crowe exhibited The club voted to recess during to be present. for Installation were I SILVER PALM DR_1 ML WEST OF 4.7f, 1 */
Mn. Virgil. Lott secretary, MrtPreston and Mica Grady on the the month of AugustHomemade Mrs. Everett Douberley, vice-
The July covered-dlih upper B Bird, treesunr, Mrt July 6 Mango Forum fruit of the lychee tree and candies and punch grand; Mrs John Lee,past noble Phone 528-W.I .
of 1 fct. Johns Episcopal ChurcH V M. Orennell Jr., record. tec Genevieve Chandler and Norma tatted earrings which she hid served ,
were by the hostesses Mn grand; and Mrs:L. L. Clanin -
will be held at 7 o'clock next celery, and Mrs. T J. Fitzgerald Jane Becker told of the short Painted figurine were Jose Torano and Mrs. Del Wood. ton, musician. I I
council representative. The club course at Florida State University Ii: .
Wednesday In the church school voted to recast until September I and the 4-H camp at Camp Kendall MISS HAMMOCK HOSTESS -
building on N. E. 11th it Those when the new late .mill take TO BAPTIST GROUP N It's 'Worth Looking Into ;
attending will bring their own office.Mist. Homemade mango lee cream, Miss Blllle Hammock wa* hottest i J
table service. Eunice Orady, county homemade cake and tropical l lunch Monday evening to the Y. Dine atThe
D were- served bv the hoe- W A. of First Baptist Church Woods and
teases, Mr*. Little, Mn; William Pre-inventory
After a business session, cookies ,
I LUNCHEONS AND! THEATRE PARTY GIVEN and Mrs. V. M. Grennell Jr. Rollt.'lld and cold drinks were served. I '

FOR MRS. WILLIAMSON OF AUGUSTA, GA. hibiscus of the were rooms used, for decpratlon I Home Present, ,counselor were Mrt Mis, Dexter Hilda I I ParKway i; July Sale ;

M. Kent, Mn J. Pope, Miss Vera Mae Anderson, \
Two luncheons and I theatre At a luncheon given for Mrt: Mr Frank : ,
party were given recently In hon. I Williamson I Saturday by Mist Williams Ralph Smith and Mrt Irving Mist Wanda Smith, Mist Belly Cor. U. S. 1 and Kings Highway i f r
or of Mn H. M. Williamson of at her home In Modello, Wechsler on Monday night attended Turner Mist Joyce Morgan Miss I
Augusta, Ga, the former Mlu guests were Mr. Wayne Lawrence the meeting of the Miami Clara Stevenson, Miss Fay Hil- I i Woods Jewelry :McCrory\ Arcade ;
Patricia Robinson who Is a houseguest Mr. Rhode., Miss Sprinkle B. P. W. C. at which Ethel Ernest liard, Mica. Kathleen Bennett, Miss i
of her parents Or and Mrt. and the honoree, After the luncheon Murrell spoke on the jury rights Debars Jean Smith and the hoaI. Television In Dining Room and Grill jl .. 7 r
C. F. Robinson, Mrs. Fred Rhodes the group motored to Miamifor of women teas. .
Jr. entertained for Mrs. William- a theatre party Excellent Culnlne-Coarteoiu, Efficient Service ,
son July 2 at her home on N W. i
13th at Present In addition to ALTAR SOCIETY: STATE T
honoree and hostess wet Mrs. BEN*:FIT CARD PARTY Are You Ready for That II Let Us Your
Don Burroughs of Miami MissBarbara A benefit card party will beheld Plenty of Parking for Curb Service Supply
Mini Rita .
Jean Soprr by the Stirred Heart -'liarSuelly i
Sprinkle and Mist Lenora William
.. at I o'clock Friday evenIng Vacation ? -
July 22, In the clubhouse
Mrt Henry Gebbhardt and Miss Lawn and Garden Needs i I 1:
Cecilia Ollva will be hostesses
Prices will be given and refreshments
See and Hear will be served Let us clean your vacation clothes and pack 1949 PHILCO

i them in transparent carrying: bags. Garment to ;
RCA'TelevisionI Power Mowers\
For a wear easily chosen from transparent container. "Radio i i

I Dodd'a COMPLETEInauranco Dust-proof and damp-proof. -Table Lawn Mowers\ .

I .U I Every Nliht Service
::1| Except" Tune. and Sun.Klsenaawet'a Be 59c & 69cyour Portable from Room to Room Lawn Sprinklers ,

'. CrwtaJ..Euro** John II. Hale' '. garments are Insured against Theft, Fire, Windstorm, Nee 15,5 toble fedte thalnw And.l NdY'In It: t: .uJ Gar lLfe I '"i!.

fir Artkar Gdfref4CB3) ns, end Water Damage Awhile In ou* po..lon.I I :. )e en! l ..
th. room stun.ning k ""
Wrestling (fries Coral Cables ATFVC .b.ut..them'a 0 flush grip In the lop of the ff Grass'Sh r ,.f: I "
CMIaetim) lS REAL ESTATE Coven .
; "Make Mine Music" (CBS) Phones 44&575ErIUDIED TRADE \WINDS DRY CLEANERSW. brawn plestlc rebind .
I "Breadway Reve," (Dnment) stonderd broadcatts. Model Hedge Shears:
\ .., "Saturday Night Clambake* I W, ,every, Manager ',..,, l
(Studio) N" tN
-- S.! C. First Ave thane let Garden Hakes : : I'
I :e Boxing (frem Coral Gable ; , ;[
Coliseum'' ) CITRUS, I

I AVOCADOS and 5 Grass. Brooms i t
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Dodd Radio & Appliance i iI WHEN IN NEED, CALL ON US. .
af al khUs.CALKINr i
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; :. Liquefied l Petroleum>> wM elsewhere,but is it worth iiiiii iiiii ccci but someone else may want to DM HM

9 At+3 HIICugaarf .' PARTY LINE" .
Gas the insignificant difference # L
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Jt'g tlMMcJitfubMM Cake tblt tin
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4 G. Oil rroHetsJ tine thou
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Wohm & Kendrick a / appUeoMM
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Phone 67, We Deliver Dependable AppMaft : > e/nrmsA lJUdaMiwdaarvso*MKMWI aj .; I

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: Friday, July li, 1949 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pi Fire

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Mr. and )frs. Oea N. MoHugh MaJ and Mra Che Olana i, ,

and \. Qearii and Cyathla. Jut week far BroaIIIv It. F.dl Benj. Warren Morris 1.

new ta BetUa-.Ma**., jut wee* after stalling UaJ. 0....'. ftfeaU Plumbago ... .. .......ISc up15c Rual 3ihtM "ItW
to attend th* UeMteg af Mr. Mr. and Mra Robert Mann CLASSIFIED ADVERT!

: ;,, In and Jlround McHugh'i eWer Mia Connie MaJ Ulan and tile farmer Mia il IKOra .. .. .. ..... .|, I etlade land N, 'or eke 1Ne Inure" harts fur

TiUemkk to Bttt Aker ia Lan- Tmtdy Oaarekuck dwere Braaatwl* lit a Maa 1111''aI' ....... ............... IN A. potato land
eaater, Mae Mr, UcHua Mturnad married In Tokyo wttar hwa
: home Tuesday but Mr*.' atetioned. with the tJ ft. All IibiKt! .. ...... ...._.......JOe IU a. &orA-, Pl. W

f HomesteadAmong MeUugb aA4 tilt children will l .... Faroe and she Yo" a goverMneni Surinam Cherries .... Jfe
maia for a longer visit employee under civil service and 34>edi
I After a vWt with Mr Glenn, Cemetery &) i cottage fieaaonable Moral Palm ...............l. O
Mr*. A. Q. Xxmfworth and am.. pareoU in BroukivUle. they wilto .*. Pleaaant ground' for chli- Oeat Barr.alM far BwiiMea riaroom < o'4j'

thor who hive left to Preiton B. Bird made a bend Die, ten yesterday fur their I. Dayton, 0.. where Mel WoodUvn Park Oem.... .. Redland Court. P b. ,.f.I\-.. I plant free .- frame hoer on S lull 14aocoaut '

attend the four-day Lion international ... trip to Atlanta this week. home In Thomaiton, Oa,. after atwoweek Olenn will be stationed at Wriflit tMO S W. IM St, Mlart I U140 FREE Uyo tefefthiiid. and ptlrni, peach and
convention whlofe opens >iart hoe. with Mr. Field. Phone t-T.U avocado treat, chlckao yard,

1 Monday In New York City are Mr. and Mn. J. R. Pope left tMigworUi'i! broU>er4n-law and A wide aelectton of cemetery and board, lit wk. Ph. ",lOCI.
: Mayor and Mn T. E. Kirby, Mr.: Wednesday' lliter, Mr. and Mn.. S. L. OlcklnMr Mr. Frank Cheeaer of Fort at moderate' prim available I II. 3-R. (IIItott)
one-month vacation
II house of her I-bedroom block 5-room
Pierre guest building
101'I, a large unaeld cemeteiy
and Mrs E. H. Gillaher, Mra.'
In HenOnonvllle.
I Before cousin, Mrs Sam Clark. Spend Ing I Nurseries boor, good yard, S3 avocado,
Nellie Torbert, W H. Owens and' their to toNaahvllle Community mausoleum of Mower. Call Doug .t Doll
Ceo. It I ,, they plan go *. J. A. Hooks of Grovelind, the week at the Clark home an i crypt and niche. ISO N. W 8th at (IOU) palm and coconut tree in yard,
. Cooper to ase their IOn, Allen former Momete4 realdent. Dia Mra. Clark' daughter and grand- CM W Whhtag We* Miriam. ".&00.
receive maatcr'i In education :
I a
lied former neighbors and friends '(Continued on Pas Six) new half-bag cement miner i-room block !lOUle, I Iota' ready
Mr. and Mra. Warren Morris from George Peabody FOR RENT
". here on Tueaday. Mra Hook 1\I ... ... Ph. 147, Tbwer-Crew. fmMtf) agR set BUt In fruit tree, goad plactoo
Taacben 41.Mra
are building a $10.000 CBS dwell- College on Aug. : - +r..w.ea.JAMES
visiting In Miami at the home of eater for stun, land acirifled
N. E. llth at in Downer ARCIIEB RMiTIiHOSPITAL
Inc on
Palma. J. Q Wynn left Wednea-' I her aon-in-U and daughter, Mr. NEWS Furnished apartment for Lot east .of Krome ave near ills and smooth 4500.
day night I foe a two-week vlitt i and Mil.. James, Sottila. ......W M.NNNNN MYnNN.M 01' couple with infant. 1. and Federal hwy Has east Cal end Invertlgit. Beet bar.
In Atlanta. : month, year around Mil frontage II 8 E lit ave. ()JI) liln la town.f. t
Henry C. (Sonny) Ptl..., Jr.. Mr. and ),en. Wilbur Archer of Birth Collins, Blicayne dr at I II !
h Evlnrud. out-board motor It BBVISI
irrlved Tueiday by plane from Atlanta, on their way home after To Mil and Mil Dean Sickleof Highway, Modello, Ph. 457-J. p. Perfection aluminum )Jalouile*,
> Venetueli to attend the marriage Mil W. C. Norman and Mir I vlalt with relative In Key Weal Miami, a son on July .. () ) I $30 Sunbeam Shavemaiter wood and aluminum blind.WeInttstl. block from bank .
Muriel. Hamlla of Glendale, CaL. new II.M. AIM SS'x
of hli sister, Miss Joy Pelen. and Lower better __
topped overnight In Homestead To Mr. and Mrs Emory Byan prices
Morgan Hodge, Jr, this evening will leave today for Port Royal, Monday with Mr. Archer1. brother of Homestead, a daughter on July Lovely' furnlahed room cool .' lot on Redland road 1111. vice.i Phone' riiUOfliotida
Mr. Peters will make e ten-day Va*alter a volt here at the home' and alter-4n-law, Mr. ana vaU bath, private entrance. ,.*. FriU Jackson West Plum- Venetian Blind. Ce. JJ40 N. W. }

l>visit here. of Mn. Normin'i aon-ln-law. and Mrs. Bea Archer Another aver- I' To Mr. and Mr. Qeo Stanley cf wk. Ph. 54/-R. ( ) Drive RedlantU, (pUS) S7th n', MiimL (pJ2l) LOST OR STRAYED
AdrianJacoba. f
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
night jueatof the Homestead Homestead, July I.I .
a son on 11 of POTTED PLANTS
return to
Before they 3-bedroonr apt furnlihed
Mra. Harry B. Jenner of Home- Archer was Tom Wilhelt' ofPenoargraa I To Mr. and Mrs. Elgect Ctuaeyaf 35c toll IIS.Llstave
Glendale, Mrt. Norman and MirHamlin 52/-R. Corner Redland .
mad underwent a major operation visit in *., C.., a brother of Homestead,, a daughter, en )8)I ()jIS) II data Ml I teed bred sews ttrayed-JTrant Longvlew Rood.a. ,
to St ( )
Saturday In Jackson Memor- plan Mil George Archer of Charlotte, July! II and Mowry a. R. ....... I blacks her ema*. brewa hone wearing halter,
Spencer,. Ii.: N. C who I Chis. Clan weight about IM: Jba Child': i
isl.UoajjlUl Miami.J. '. .- ., 'wa her on businessMr To Mr and Mr* 1 store building located at
and Mss Everett Douber, l.r daughter on July pet. arawen to "Tommy" Howard
Kendall a
Mr. endMre.. W4I\.'A.,Henn returned Flagler av.. Ph. 03. (J10 ) Iknson Electric Has
:D. Redel liomeiUad U. re last we k'afteraiten-day ley left Salt week for Johns Hop IS. --. -. .- -- Call 38J-J. (pll) )

ported ai: recovering' from* a vacation in the,'.Qreat' Smoky kina Hospital where Mr, Couber Mr*. 0. W JIOTl-OINT BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS .
Surgery pitienti:
I. terloui Illness in '..Aikeiv C, Mountains ' |'e y expecU to go through the Kevell, Mr. Paul Osklerko, Mn APPLIANCES all lirota Homestead Floral MISCELLANKOUSDODRI\
where he and. Mrs Dodd are onvacation clinic. and Gift Shopp*. 1U N.W. 4th it.
Marina Nelson and Miss
rrlaeelen, Pa. 44t
cor.' tnd ave (aIM)
Mr. and Mil Joi;v W jLowe of Comet of Homestead.
r RedUnd and thelr'chUdren; Harriet Mr.'and Mrs. Uoyd Field aiddabghtre Medical patlenti; Mn. Melva Store for normal pecman.ent......

Mr. and Mrs J.: T. Godwin left ,. Joseph and Alma; returned Robin tad Kathryn' Miller, Mn. Angelina Moroni, lomeriead Glass C:*-Clasi for Mot\ faster, not cheaper, but
for vacation in Weit where and: Mir fay Capllnger KC registered Corker Spaniel. IU purpose V* do iteel tub better Ruth Hilrdrearing Studio
Saturday a Albany Monday. from Key been "lv'l and Mil Thelma Watts of homestead (OPPOSITE A. .* T. )
Ga. Before their return, they they visited two week .at the vliltlng la armed ; Wm. Miller of Miami; and puppiea. H. M. Btpphena, N. glaring and llar.inI01 .U type Phone 131 JS-tf) )
Mr. .
and Mr* Paul N. Kroma. Phone
will visit Sebastian. with Mr. home of Mr. t.o..'. parent, Mr. Baby Boy Crtap of South Miami between Cronmin Dr. tot 173.
brother-in-law and slater of Mr. HARDEN ,
w Hauling JaDdal'eplllf,
Eureka Dr.
Godwln'i parent, Mr. and MrlR. and Mn. Wilson Lowe..
Field and bliss Capllnger The Apply Raskin topeoU, potting coil aand, rook
L. Godwin, and in Daytona CONCRETE BLOCKS. *U ell. **,
each The ReV. and Mn. James F.McCriry Field have returned to their SIS B. Sane Ave Chevrolet panel truck, 4 ft Drurt't Block C.., Nannja. FU., till. Pb. .....ft. Writ RU 3, BMC
j have returned to.their home here but Miss Caplinger la Kelvtnator, gaa itove. Ree- Phone 573.FLOOR 14-A. --. .
I remaining in Ormond for .. Bremler, 1st hour
Beach Ceo.
and Mrs Wm. Mill after a visit
Mr. Hampton
,; i home In Lyon, a longer visit Station. RADIO REPAIR-Quirk service
:-ere parrnta of a IOn born on July with Mr*. McCrary'i mother, Mri.Chaa =- Experiment SANDINQ and FINISH- All work guaranteed. Prim
(PU) )
a" : Babraoi PrinoetoD, who ING. JnitaU oak aid plat! Boon raaonak4e, Robert J. Brooke,
r : Mr. and }dtl, H L. Brown and BRAKE SERVICEImmediate
---. i hn been critically ill in Jackson on, Charle, plea to leave Sunday For rent-'Laifie furnished In. acreen door with ornament asphalt end rubber tile, linoleum. Roberta rd., lust north of Palm
r Mr. and Mra. Paul Beam left I Memorial' HoepiUL Mr*. to visit relative in Headland try home with apacloua ; 36x80 In arisen door, Dy ph. 511-W; nights 117-W, Drive, Florida City. Phone IIf-".

t Saturday for a o-week vacation Behreni ii recuperating af the Ala. They will be accompanied Service 1, 3. 3 or 4 bedroom, 3 ; 34x80 In. combination door;
In Atlanta and Aihevllle.Mri borne of her aon-in-law and home another newly equipped gas kltcheo. In French door; hats! In PAINTING, decorating, waterproofing
by con, f
Mr. and'Mn. Paul Lee and lacing. McLean,
daughter, month or 1 year lease window with gloss and
Billy at
Mick Hirdee of Peniacoli i of Miami Spring Alabama .. I DON'T MISS this 3-Udroom I phone Ifl-.. (pjyl)
student who I II attending R O. T. Reasonable Prices I Adult. Ph. 281.W-3. () ... Ph. 12f." UID)! ) .
and children, Carroll, Nancy and FURNISHED dome with carport 1 1I.
C. at Fort Donning, Ca. Grove mowing. Carl Rt.
camp EndUch
Buddy, have arrived here to mike I Richard Fuchi plane to make a lid screened porch: ; nloely
to Nassau on the I Box fill, Homestead, (old ,
their home with. Mra. Hardee'a week-end crulte landareped NEAR SCHOOL.
+ mother, Mri. Lee Fread. yacht Loafer, which owned by Mia Ann McCord of Florida Duality Workmanship NEW DODGE CARS With ii little ii $1,000 you ran jetcbworth plies Xing hwy)
City left Wednesday to her
apend Mtf ,
hli brother, Oil T. Fuchi of I move In and pay the balance ( )

Mr. and Mrs James. Wollam, I South Miami. lummer vacation In. Detroit. e. ''I like rent! FLOOR SANDING and FINISH f..

their aon, Bobby, and Mr. Wol- Mr. and Mr. R. C. Moor of and TRUCKS INO, Install oak and pin floor, .:'
lim'i mother, Mrs M. P. Wollim Mr. .1 ((3 .
Bauer dr. &left Ttieadajr for Haiti asphalt and tile, llnoleut ,
returned Thursday of. last week have returned from a vacation bedroom) with all extras, ineluding -
to visit their and aa I Day jib. AU-W nights 117-W.
man IOn daughterlntaw t.
from a vacation spent traveling spent In fort Pierce.WANT tile roof fcath and
through 14 states and' Canada. l'tfr..nd' Mr' *. TtlchardI. MOTOR TCNE.OT I Io Immediate Delivery carport. This tin be handledfor VB: DO reliable ...... repalnnf.Wood .
Moor, they will viait Ja Vermont
They visited relative in Michiganand DS"PA I ONLY 1300 DOWN and lew.lrl. McCrory. At t
,A also, &before they return in \
Wlaconiln. ." FRONT END ALIGNMENT I balance like rent. cad*. (iJJtf)
'" September Club J
, ;! PAINTING .. 4 Mr and Mr. Sam Harris of e Sedan ((41( feet frontage) Splendid or If :you need anything vlalttha . S

I pomesVad: ar* parents of a Archer t BOOT AND FENDER Two-Door Sedan. .' business site-l 1,500; TERMS. Swap Shop. W* buy mVreWs
1 ter bore July I la James REPAIR FURNISHEDbedroom home ln'obd condltl.n, HOT**.
Smith Hospital: Mri. Harris U the JJunlncsB Coupe
O with Jalouiied porch: near lei box**, eta The Swap Sbop.S. I ,
former Mill Loretta Scully. SCAT OOTERS achoolS,7, U the FULL m }1(1er Ave Homestead, 1
Phone 46* ,
tWudn2s2.f..tuddeouLtbeboeetaad t. A. Daugberiy wu returned VPHOLSTERINa
/ e 1 Saturday from Dade County Ho*-' 0 NEW Trucks FURBISHED: J-bedroora homeon Floor Sanding" and finishing.Asphalt 6 I

pltal whera he hd been a medical UNDU COATINGPORCELAINIZINa 0 acres near U.S. No 1- and rubber tile. Phont rt

patient. a ,-lon Pickup ",st101 1IT-W. (mchltf)

Mil Elene: Strickland student o 1 Ton Stake, Dual Tires FOR COMPLETE REAL SEE ALEX LAMER for wall .

it the achool of nursing at St. LUBRICATIONGENERAL 1 /-tOD Cab & Chassis ESTATE SERVICE gee drilling. Corner Krom ave bend
,. Vincent'. Hospital in Jacksonville N.& 10th it Phone 836-W,,

-........... '-.-- II expected to arrive Monday to o REPAIRS RICHARD FUCIIS

l fc. spend a twoweeklDe.tion at the a Registered Broker
I home of her pcrenta, Mr and Mr*. WANTED
:L. pn the klghwayi( it old ....! la.aot of .,. I>i. : Luther .Strickland.Mr. A COMPLETE: BUMPERT0BUMPER SERVICE Used Trucks or John H. Hale I SalesmanPh. '.

:' 'f Many )loduitriei bar*'aude real progreii L ia i ii. f .1 O 441 or 7S8-W P.O. Box 503Memben

: I' ..accident bat bomes ,' t and Mrs Stanley Wlttkopand BUDGET FLAW IF DEKIRED 1916 Dodge Pickup of Chamber Will buy all the wood roses you ,
\i. r prevention 0IIt. continue | baby daughter, MaureenAlta PAT AS YOU PIUVE.waECU& 1946 Chev. V/fion Cab and Chassiu of Commerce ...av.. Write !R. Wlrth (30 M l-

:; to:produo minor and eoajof; Injuries on I.jlraverlocreaalng ) and Mr. and Mr*. Art 0 ala av.., Coral Oablel. Tit (-DJUJ- )
I 1938 Ford V/fton Stake
"_tJJI Reichert left Monday for a vacation SERVICE
acale. 7.: : __..
.., . _- The Wlttkop will visit relative a .

', .In spin 01 every prlCl d llo.accid.oti,will)jl ' in Toledo, O, and Ida

When the "ounce of fill, ;')it ii Mich., and the Relchert will visit
.i\\l occur prenbdoa" ,wiaeto

.. bare ''.the pouod -ofcvrs' ready, and:at laod. .Stt that In Detroit. Bird Chevrolet Co. Donovan Motors Inc. FHA LOANS

Mr.and Mn. John Lee and ,
standard ,
vour aaedicioa; cabinet Ii amply Mocked. with:. family are on vacation in North IIT" N. Krem AT*.

i\rM-idmalemli., K.eep. A/atTaUf kit ia'tb* pocket( Carolina. Homestead. Fla Jlomestead Tel 378
,your: cat.W* shall be'plened to"b 1 lp you; ecl.ctd.asi.; ":. Than.1 Arranged
Mr and Mrs, W. H. NirtUfl .of o ;

t Ual luau from tr.complete Mock.' .: ,; 4. Ribhmond, Va.. visited iwre Mon 22 Years WithChevrolet Without Cost

} d.jr'.wlth former neighbor and

AIR CONDITIONED,, friendi.' Mr, Nuttall was the first Overseas Bait &
To You
manager -at the Homestead Mc-
tt .l Brand New
pry re.

have the! lummer.gone to Alliance, 0., to.spend d COMriETK ROD AND H. O. Barber


II N. Knea* A.... Fbe.e4 Leonard George Bremler. Jr., nSIUNG General Contractor-Licensed and Insured I

p son of Mr.and )lrl. L. Q. Bremler! INFORMATION I'hone 176-W Homestead
of Walden dr., ii pending all I
weeks at the naval air elation in
Newport to complete training required .. Krem Av*. Ed pacelU

for a ommlMlon ai enaign
New lAW Pricei
In the Naval Reserve. His brother
', H ,MT ItMT fa M M tIM. *i School
High Begin at
:"' attar : George,
a. senior, accompanied him ai far Rhodes'Garage
-Ana B rLooa oovaamo
( \ .
who he will l
Devon Coan,
." nor. : UW ul taws a o. $119.50
f.. visit relative for ate week N. B. ICII ST. and M AIL

Try UI When You NeedA (Oppealt Ouasber W Ceaaaerce BUg.)
Mr. and ...... John Henry Mul1m -

af Creeaport. Long Island! and Haircut or: IIARIUSREFRlOEUATION AUTO TRUCK mCT I REPAIRING
daughter,. VIla, are house
guests of Mr.. Mutlia'l brother- Slave CO. toaeri WertauaaMn Guaranteed

in-law and kur, Mr. and MilHarry . nalrcal __ 7k 141 N. Krem Fit. 1U

F. Jeiner.eN have __.. ____ It I Phone 9115 (Night, 145-M)

GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANYRoofing Nee1N MN.Hwe..e..N1.Dr Shanpee (Medleated) t.M NO JOB TOO SMALL - MO JO* TOO' BIO

Leonard W.HaskinGDAfrtiES racial Pack __ TaaMaaaua
Publle spirited lend aWr.rhanu. ;
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Solar Water Heaters [ yms .h.... Juil iwiwd M he S'' oDS
l lUr 141 N. at IM M. Mlasal rte city bMMM _.... w t Teal. ___ lie '
Sheet fetal Work 1 New MMIwr. hn. .
-. NeeLNv Lbreoles c.. ..I a new Hint* |within M|mev4I .1Ia Mastic 'Trim lafkMB

__ CoaditloatogF.ds -...........:..siuiBen4n ............- /::.r.r'I. .wet' o. *.a (The) II Herman Marks\

buy. He obli.*ilMXMir . Pha.e
VcRiilitioat WI MM W... tap.
.*m WHOM ..kM |. Ileac. _
Insulation :JJ5.---Ma K halve BUSH'S I
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: :. BarberShop ?dJbu'rA1I' > ioe.Sl vic ,
Free EaUavUet Welcome WagonMrs. ,
M& . ...... Appliances PJiilco Appliances
tLAnge_ SIB( 0,..Cray IIaII'e' Cremation 1

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nld GMiuajiet'te..... ...Bea t .....IIt. flaked with C.*. Matson i I. AtKMOtof Ike. Free Me4M .M Mr a.( H** ,Marten I ' ... :
out 10 dayi Even UuMifh then., in Shark turn' eaxitsyought end. \ mp .... conffMnce 1st pentHouse tl..eea4lil hi. K I
FISHING NEWS laji& little rain In store for itf the. 144 '...".*.."H Meet, IN AND AROUND .ullli' .i It,aVpefca, I r haw lit.WIIIOII . Genuine
ash. will still bite lUll u hart.Saturday her tonnle Creech. L/rri. '
>r rAccrn Mi DHT Herb Turner and Mi three ,tewflaH. II .leek, and I end the Creech children DMLonnle :. .1 ,:
eon Bobby, fishing' in ..I". '. River radtlah They uterf bet bail lira I10 TEADI Barbara Ruth and Carol gieaata gf Mrs. aRevetl W. BuickPantiacParU r
and Whitewater Bay eaMtM IHanapper ahrimp and cut mullet.Joe Ann all of Florida City. They been. been &** Mather. i 4A
Mn Mar* R Davis of
;' Tides far TarerakrWeek ', two trout. two redfith I were accompanied: by Mrs Brooks Beta-hep.
Reynolds Mn Roe Parker of Mount pee and tier sister. end Rieat, MM !
ef aunt .J
July It M one abeephead end, one Jack on NamedTo 1 t
(Continued from Page Five) I W. Bradford of Plant City ami ---
I .July ILII:17: 1.1. IH: a m. live ahrlmp Paul' WhlteKMd Thai were boat aboard, New U of F Dean's Llit I daughter Mrs, Ken Flatter and Inter' Virginia. Sa of Miami Linda Kay Bradford. The Brad, f '
L0!p.m. .11I,.. Joy Scott of Miami Mrs Flatter '" the week-tOd wtth her par. fords rtUM4J **.* .Friday, but - .-- Service All Hakes '
July 17.... 1:0": .'". 7iT: .m. Era Gainesville, July 14-William IIh, former Miss' Betty lie.Clark .I" Mr. end Mrs E. T Bale of Mra. Ba\ reiMMng. fcr aIpn. ; ;
148pm.T4T: : 'pan, Dave Frledrlcha, Jr., and Bob Joseph (Joe) Reynolds of Home- ....Iand M I ..........,. tr,
July II__ 1:54: I.m. 104am.ISDpm. : McColllster caught 13 anapper on stead has been named to th.De.n' GH I Cars ',1
live shrimp at Card Sound on Mr. and Mra. A. W Wilder
aitpm 1
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Lift Ith of
a University
II_.. > 44am. SHim. July 8Bryan. have begun oonitruclloii of al,
July : : Expert
., Florid. for acholaitlc achievementfor 4 J
Dowden lad his brother. 18500 CBS home on W. Mowryit. )
I 5 30 p.m. (:BOpm the put semester .
In-law, Trench, fishing .
Shirley factory-trained "
t July M_ 1:38: Im. 947am.: A.
out( of Seuhders camp In Long Reynolds was among 246 unl -
I I t:28: p.m. 1041pm: Mr and Mrs S. T. Mechanics
Ourduy and
Bound, caught 17 trout and one rail)' collage students earning J.
July IL 1:37:: a.m. 1041am511pm. :: children, Roy and Martha Ann
snapper on eel mullet, July 0 the honor for meeting require
: 11/: I p.m On Monday Mr. and Mrs A. W, menta of a 14-hour or better claw have returned home after a visit
July l Si.. 834am: 1133: sm. HuUhlnson, Mr llutchlnson'i load with at least half Ai and with relatives In Morvcn da, t t j
0:13: p.m. 13:80: a.m. brother-in-law, p. T, Wilbrldgt D'.. The university college includes They were' accompanied by MnCorday Paint and BodyWork
Mr. all first and ascend i niece and nephew Dar-
The flab have really been biting and his nephew and niece year
Jack.I itudenta at the unlvenlty lens and Rollina Godwin, who will ,
during the pall week and they and Mrs Turn Nooney pf _
visit here.Leaving .

this-week to attend }the I UpholsteryFurniture '
Southern DtiptlMt' Assembly In .
RidKecrest, N C., were Mr 8 F and Ice '-t'
fOR A"BAN6- !Keene, Mrs. W. E. Hammock, Mlas
(rt t D ---T I PPoltcfI1' UP JOB WAVE Betty Taylor, Misses Mary Helen Box Refinishing i rJorcelainlzlng
'IOUfl tA12 r1JNIPBY and Margaret Sprinkle Miss Vera } .
Mat Anderson, Miss Wanda Smith
MGN woo and Mm EUle! Radford Miss
KNOW r-HG Billie Hammock will leave for the
; 7) $1 / r rHGBUSIHlSs'.OlJTJ > assembly! by plane on Saturday,
'N I !yOU Mrs Luther Curl hoi been returned 7 We now have various models of new I94 Bulik and Ponllae en
CAN home from Dude County our noor and CAD make Immediate delivery.
OH r Hospital to recuperate from an
4 .
.\It! operation USED CARS
Misses Putty and Joan Arren-
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P 371r. ; 7 ? dale daughters of Mr and Mrs.] 1149 Ford Sedan Coupver.drlve, I.OOt ml.-$1.SIS
i 44? : t .. Jacluonvllle,
1 E. H. O Arrendale of 1948 Dodge t.door Sedan-low mileage, very clean-$1145S
are visiting here with their aunt !
-,, orZ Bird Mrs T. Orfancden. and their

/ 1 j % ChevroletCo.. uncle Robert Grubbs. Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
\ Dur i Krot WfffCAHQUlCOMPAJSfD Mr. and< Mrs Barney Godwin]
TSHIM TWlNdre ",ODe N and daughters Louise and Mary
era. > rune. N/S CArtl Christine. have returned from Krome at Sth SL Phone 414
Sebastian where they visited Mr.
3odvklni parents. Mr and Mrs, i .
R. L. Godwin. In West Palm .
Beach, they called on Father
Used Trucks and Pickups Atheron pimtor of St. Anne, who Paint'prIm following raw material prices;.,ore down.
"wan pastor at the Convent of Time lo catch up on mote overdue paint (job before
Mary Immaculate I In Key edw ; neptedrot.' ., and decay get In their 1 cosily work 'UniversalWood Built
when Mrs Godwin ec her
'39 Chevrolet l'/.ton Flat lied '16 Chevrolet Vrlon Stake diploma there, I 'YouD really want to do a lot more painting' after' you JalousiesCustom::

ate how much our new low pabdprkes lave you. *
10 Cheroletjton Pickup 16 Dodge %.ton Pickup Mr and Mrs Jack Cantrell of
M6 International 1'/-ton Flat Hcd Decatur, Ala., and sons, Bob and
40 Chevrolet 1/-lon Pickup Butch(; and Mr. Cantrell mother j Aluminum
'41 Chevrolet 1'/2-ton' Fiat led '.17 Chevroletjton' Pickup Mn. Mary Cantrell of Decatur,
Brooker Lumber Co..
Mrs Cantrell
'41 I Dodge >'.ton Pickup 48 Ford 2-.ton, 2 speed are visiting Mr and Mrs. C. E Johnson parent I Venetian Blinds Storm Shutters

'42 International H!' .ton 1 Flat Red 'J 19 1! Chevrolet I'/j-ton' Flat Bed and her brother and slster-ln- HARDWARE BUILDING' MATERIAL
law. Mr and Mrs Roy( Fosief.',., Repairs Alterations New Buildings
and family Phone 62 Homestead, FlaFitzpatrick's -
Lane assortment of Used tars and Trucks In addition to these listed here Mr and Mrs L. A Bohl left''

i .r for California Saturday. I n ... . .
George N. McHugh Contractor

Bird Chevrolet Co.Phone Fine; Furniture Benson Electric lias ,

l 98 i N. Krome Ave. Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods APPLIANCES

1 Cabinet Work Chair Canlnjr Refinishing FrlnreUn Th. 441
-- --.---. Cor niwsyne Dr. A Redland Rd. Phone ill J 1

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j ad eemplete Infersnatkm ef thlarevelaUenary ;, .n ".:;.. .. ,,: ':' I''<1'0 :" :. SUNDAY- .art MONDAY July ".11 y

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