Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 22, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00670
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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,; HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRIS




The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper\ Since 1912 ** } J'


.... Price 5 Cents
FLORIDA FRIDAY
38th Year No. (29 HOMESTEAD, JULY 22, 1949






I CITY OKAYS, .47,000_ IN NEW CONSTRUCTION JI JIAction







in Two Weeks QUICK ,,FREEZE I Anti-rabies For. Florida Clinic City Is TodayA $et'i HUNTING DAYS ,Dade Tax Increase Kate of Get'2, MillsA 1 I LEVINGTON OFFICE BUILDING fl{!


Florida", City' .nti-r.blei Dade County tax rate of It!

clinic will be held at S o'clock mills was adopted Tuesday, the

this afternoon at the down hall ,' TO'BE county\, commlaslon. The rate It a I AND 3 BETTER RESIDENCES
ALIKE ;
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PLANT BOUGHT
announce Dr. John W. DeMilly two-mill Increase over that of I'

The annual clinic were' held last year, The school tax was retained

Site : Saturday In Homestead, TuesdayIn at II mills,
Asked on Giving I Perrine and Wednesday. InGould. A special seven-mill tax levy

BY LOUNSBURY .. OVER FLORIDATallahamee. I II I was money Nt to up liquidate for Perrlne expenses to raise of IN PERMITS VOTED MONDAY

the former city which was die

SCHOOLS[ LEASE I I solved this summer by legislative .

Guard The building and equipment of I .. ., July 1-..On 'JI.II, action Ventilation System lift Application for building per '

For Building till bankrupt South Dade Quick AIR BASE POOLS 19. for the first time In Florida To I'mbylcrlan ChurchA mils totaling $48,100 were pissed

1 Freezing Plant on S. W. Second history the state game and freshwater oq by the Homestead city council 1
SWIMMING\ NOW\ ventilating lyitem Which '\\'11rompl..t.ly \
I I Monday night
it was sold for $12,000 to Clarence FOR FIVE YEARS j uniform fish statewide commission hunting adopted sea-a change the air everyone given $48,700 worth Approval of construe was

A. Lounsbury of Naranjard. and one-quarter minutes li
lion which Include
eon with the same hunting dm IN REDLAND'SPLAY I $10,000
Construction here of a $39,000; : at public auction Thursday The In each of the itate's five conservation being donated to Homestead commercial building and several!
former officers' and enlisted -
I ROTES TO OFFER i morning at the plant The slaughter \ district Presbyterian Church by Mr and modern residence Held for further ','
storage building for the local men'i pools it Homeiteiii PROGRAM Mr, D. p. Blake, Jr. of Allapat.
house and grounds on Country The five-man board selected study were applications by I,
Air Field have been leased
National Guard wilt promisedaction Army th Gardens The equipment,
HELP IN PICKING Club rd. one-half mile north ol the board of Instruction Nov. 22 as opening day on alllegal Cleveland Thunlon negro to
by county publlq;>> Which Includes two 48-Inch fans,
of the Homestead city I build four dwellings\ at cost of
game leaving the tint six a (
Mowry rd., were told Mr for five yean .t I cost| Swimming has been added to il here awaiting Installation report :
council to provide a site the I :tha days of the season to huntIng $400 each In the negro section.The .
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will open I
Adler I of South Miami.i l sale of 1a I year. The pool be the dally program at Redland the Rev. Frank L. Livery, will !
council .a* told Monday night by SITE FOR GUARDSA I were subject to outstanding taxes, used by Dade schools and for theboard' but doling Mondays, Tuei- .nnounc..1 I pastor commercial: building
'days and Fridays thereafter summer playground be constructed by Levlngton r
Capt Raymond Van commander according to Fielding A. Ruff summer playground actlvltlei. -
I Another first on conservation director Mitt Themes. The school Properties Just south of the almost
assistant trustee in bankruptcy
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of Co. D, tilth Infantry : committee to co-operste with One of the original stockholders The Redland playground group 1 records was the banning of the)I bus will leave at 12:4) each afternoon ACTS completed Levlngton building In I

"Homestead U second on the list the Homestead city: council In In the plant Mr. Lounsbury hat been assigned I daily sched-I I taking of turkey hem all over the for Homestead Army Air COUNCIL former Legion Park. The one- .I

of six National Guard building finding an armory site In Homestead hit not yet decided to what use ule for UM of one of the pools and 1 state The commission also reduced Field where the youngsters will story CBS building will contain

to be constructed this year Irt for the local national guard ht will put the property, Mr. Camp Richmond also will UM the the quail daily bag limit have m', hours In one of the two TO TAKE ALLEY quarters 'for four office and
I from 12 to 10 birds, tores. H, 0. Barber li the contractor
J Ruff Because of the crowded I ,
Florida,*' Cspt You said. "Th was voted by the HomeateadRotlrJ' says pooli pooh ,
Club' board of directors E H. Spsch is trustee In bankruptcy schedule Homestead playground, Nov 22 to Jan t was aet at The Redland Midgets steamrollered \
federal funds art available now the season for hunting buck deer, RIGIITOFWAYCondemnation Residence permit included: I '
and T. Milton Harris and youngsters probably will continue S>'lvanla Height 20 to 4
and w*.don't want to miss out for Wednesday President Let H. W E Rhene,. Homestead business to swim at the city pool Principal i "with one or more antlers not leu' Monday Batterle for Redlandwere $10,000 CBS home for Warren
Lehman laid he would bead thecommlttet I than five Inches long"The I Morrli on N. J:. isth it, a $7,500
lack of I building site. We hive I men, served a* appraisers.A C. B. Blackburn says, I Junior Graham and RichardBonhsm.
himself and contact the I I 1 statewide turkey season,: proceedings to home for Mrs Qlixt Sargent of t
talked about finding cite for council committee composed of JI continuing from Nov. 22 untll.'eb.1' The Redland Juniors suffered obtain the rlghti-of-way for the Coral Cable at N. W. Ittlt it and

three months, ,)but now w* are T. Godwin, Carl S. Anderson and 70,836 Motorists\ Visit 'Glades Park; I 1, will be restricted to gobblers s 21 to 2 defeat by Sylvanla alley between N. Kromt av.., and Second ivt., a $4,900 residence s
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ready to start J. O. Wynn as well as Capt. Ray I' In all districtsQuad I Heights Batteries for Redland for A. W. Wilder on W Mowry ..:
Civic Center
Addition northwardto
When told that the council Vosl.of the guard company I Year's Travel at Peak in February and squirrel season was yew Leroy Rodgers, Ray Xugler it., and a noon CBS home for
committee Was working on At the preceding membership set for Nov. 22 to Feb. I all over and Robert Bonham. N & tlghth it.. probably will Abe Alexander In the negro sec
luncheon-meeting, Rotarian Vernon ' I the state However In the Third I be started at the Au,. I meetingof lion Others granted permits were: j 1
selecting suitable lociUon, Copt Turner, Homestead attorneyand total of 70S3 motorists life is expected to pay additional District all well-established quail the city council: \ members decided Cleveland Thurston $4,000 CBS.,

Yon asked definite acUon within justice, of the peace who is a visited Everglades National Park dividends by bringing In persons I plantations which I meet State HELD Monday night Street Com- store In the negro section; James
Interested In seeing the park habitant : Came and Fresh Water Fish; 2 NEGROES S. Hseger $700 addition to' residence i.1 J
the next two week Condderepa ) former Instructor of law at Stet during the year ending July I, a i Com- ,t mltteeman W. R. Home was Instructed -
In their natural state. , million will be allowed on N. W. Seventh st P. P.
qualifications ;
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possible cityownedtracts University, told of recent finding
sites were : son reports Superintendent Dan ID make arrangements
of stone tablet containing Temporary ranger quarters are I to extend the season. ON CHARGES[ with ". Sweat $1100 addition S W Seventh 111
at the city airport and In Beard. No count could be kept of City ,.Attorney Ira C. Haycock
I ancient Babylonlsn law that are being built this week it Pln) Dally bag limit of game ere: who we absent on account I st i R. N. Cildwell, $200 rte ,
Hibiscus park, which bad been in msny respects equal to or boat travel Four time a* many Island Mr. Beard reports. buck deer one; wild turkey, two; of Illness pain, N. W. Third it.; and Texaco \

discussed at earlier meetings To superior to present day laws vl.ltor..ra' expected, thin year, (I quail, ten; cat squirrel twelve; ARMED ROBBERY t' J. W. English developer of One-Stop Station $100 gu itor- 1

Councilman t. O. Wynn' report Had not the Babylonian civilization he said Cemetery Group Slake\ I end fox squirrel, three. The sear Civic Center Addition, repeated ape tank ,
bag limit act at two buck It .m fteclded that future
that Hibiscus Park hum owners \ of 4,000 years ago been I The peak of last yeard travel Business Meet\ 1, eon was Lorent Davie and, Booker T. :' hit offer to dedicate the nc**. '!
Sept deer and four wild turkeys ,pudding provide" that ,
would object to the guard's drillIng wiped out and libraries burnedby was In February when 11,147: ., Williams, negroes, war bound iry right-of-way. through bit p N'mlta..tJ ..u;
It win brought but that the Invading horde*," said Turner 1 visitors were counted Mr.' Beard, Tint..bu.lnell tneeUag efllIt<1 p I Hunting. dates and bag. limits alreelaySIlO" .drkiUWdwbartLof ftO ItU 4M,"_ iUl1 11. ddkeilltiMt:rbu4'$ :'fItdII'"'f""
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tluok, sties tt saisiMlanldns thai thef
_ guard holds oily, s tw dUltrhi 'W* << tm- ',,!,I Aya.. tilted moptk7tnvelkeountw ._ffttUtagk* d7 sde dmetery.Aeer ltthW\ th1 srsyeictory record under 111,000 bond>> each ''M btMhlnf dedication! from the 1
- ......... aaraa> "" i : < waes-CJuly:" $1S been postponed until ThOrsdsj 1 birds win be set In the neat after a hairing Tuesday by Jus other property owners. He pointedout must pas city Inapection. .

..: p opCltld 111. foot CBS and culture. That it what we hereto 1,140; August, 192; September night; Sept I, after unsurcessfu:;j future by the federal governmentOdd lice of the Peace Vernon W. Turner that the city had authorized Councilman James \list Wollam .

building will not be the armory, guard against In the,, atomic (SO; October 400; November, attempts to bring together Pain- I on charges of armed robbery, the opening" of the alley throughhis liked that all permit the I
which I I. slated to be built it age-to see that man does not, 1.200; December 1,000; January,, Cemetery lot owner on June 21\: Fellow Intl, | breaking and entering and grand property, and that the alleyway square footage, of the building :to V.

later date, Capt. Von ssy. For have to develop his civilization 1 140, 13.1)2; February, IS.I47; and again on July U, announce!I/ Supporting Officers larceny had been dripped of fill and be constructed I I

Its construction) her entirely et. from.scratch again," March 13,818; April, 10.200;: May, Mrs C. T. Harper, association The negroei!' admitted kidnapping was now In public uw by the city
federal expense, the government The Rotary club will hold a 8,413; and June 4,6(4. vice-president Supporting officer of Wm. A.I| and beating of W. E. Miller I and bordering property owner. t
requires outright deed or 89-year ladled night! meeting next Wednesday A great Increase In the summer I Representative of community,, Henn new noble grand of Homestead -,, 79-year-old South Alltpittah Mr. English was told that the 114 IN SUMMER ,
leas to a minimum of 2V4 acne evening at the Parkway traffic I I. predicted when Improvements civic organizations are, requested I I. O. O. F Lodge?'were In-1 Gardens grocer, whom they rob I council could do nothing to persuade

in an Improved and accessible Restaurant in honor of President are made to the to meet with the lot owners Jn, stalled Tuesday evening In the bed of more than 1(100( on July II. '' the F. E. C. Railway to PLAY PROGRAM
location, ht explained. The contract I Lehman, who recently took office Flamingo road which becomes the city council room to work I lodge hall by Ralph Chronliter of Two other negro men suspects reconsider its refusal to permit ; r'bo
would specify that the proparty Dinner will be served at 7 o'clock. practically Impassable In wet' out plans foe: cemetery Improve j Miami district deputy grand maiter '' were discharged.The a railroad crowing at the proponed

revert to the city If not used It was announced and entertainment weather, Mr. Beard lay*. ment. The membership will elect ;< Mr Chronlster was assisted.I j jI woman also was held under extension of N, K Second It The DANCE TONIGHT I
for military purpose for a two- that will surprise and delight A tremendous upsurge In year-I officers to succeed Chas J. Caves. I by Jason Avery o/ Homestead, 1100 bond on a charge of breakingand refusal was blued on the claim

year period. I the Rotary Anna was hintedat round travel I I. expected upon president, W B. Csvei, secretary,I pant district deputy grand master,I entering the home of Roosevelt that neceuary switching of vegetable Eighty-four and 60 girls \
The local guard unit has just establishment of tourist facilities treasurer, and Mrs Hsrper. James Hendry of Miami district' Bryant, negro trains during the farm season are enrolled at Homestead play

r returned from participation in now held ip until acquisition of At the meeting of July 14, W. I deputy grand warden and Carl The cast was handled \by Constable .: would create a traffic hazard ground at the close of the third
summer maneuvers at Fort Jackson Local Boys Initiated the remaining privatelyownedlands B. Caves was Instructed to make, S. Anderson of Homestead a past I'I'I Pete Morgan who called In and that the required right-of- week, announces Coach Paul L. :
S. C. IU present headquarters I In the park area. Protection an Inventory of unsold' cemetery noble grand of the local ledge slate. and county officer to help way would Infringe on rites now Worley I
are at Homestead Army Air Into USN Shellbacks of the park animal and plant lots Inducted Into office were: Frank preen the starch for Miller missing .: occupied by packing houAn -. Attendance of more thin 100 ti tiat :

Field. George E. Dickinson and Don Simmons, vice-grand; E. S. Cap for a day and night Miller Invitation from the Florida the first' youth dance Friday I\\
linger recording secretary; Felts who had been hospitalized since City town council I for Homestead j night prompted plans for a sec
both Ilom..tead.were ,
ald B. Posey, of
Initiated recently Into thetraditional I Sportsmanship Nominations SoughtFor Rutzke, chaplain; Claus Grinoldi hi* ordeal was able to leatiyagainst to dump garbage Into Cooper!I ond dance tonight In the school
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ORDERS fight supporter to the noble ....II.nll. the council A local will
MASONIC USN order of "Trusty his rockplt to help Ml It. | gym orchestra play (
C. J. Parman Softball Trophy grand; Jason Avery, left supporter
Shellbscks" when the U, S.! S. decided will be referred for con for dancing from B to 11 o'clock. I
,to the noble grand; and W. Club Plans Fire l rigadc; deration( to Sanitation A small admission fee will be I
PLAN TEMPLE ON Toledo detoured south across till F Inside ,
Brantley guardian.After Iceman J. T. Godwin, commlt'l charged.
Equator on I voyage to the Panama President Council Okays Truck i
Nomination are being soughtfor Ceo. Skall. The Judges, the lodge session, ices If vacation, Monday, Homestead softbull t
Canal Zone award of the C. J. Parman who have been keepingtab on cook lei and coffee .
cream, were fire truck Filed for future reference, was teams won game and lost a game )
GIFT SITE HERE of the new
George and Donald were scheduled softball trophy, given by the each night' play, will announcethe served In the banquet hall. Inspection has been postponed a letter from the Florida League In play at South Miami Dominic
have left last the first winner after the close for Florida City I
to Saturdayfor Homestead architect for of the r,
Blondo clouted two home 10,
I the town council until of Municipalities asking a $50, run
a second trip' to Panama on time last season to the local season on Aug. IS, he says. SCOUTS CAMP ON KEYS by '
for construction of Its undefeated HomeiteadMidgets
A site a IU regular meeting Tuesday night contribution to help operate help the ,
Masonic and Eastern Star templeIn the heavy cruiser which Is carrying league player ranking highest In The cup will become the permanent I Member of Princeton Boy The $\1,1I00ruck\ was delivered on Tallahassee office during the I i it flatten South Miami 10 I Ito
420 of the Last winner
midshipmen sportsmanship. year's
Addition has been possession of the winner.nd The untried Junior lost
Civic Center session 4
special legislative '
week by
of this
donated. to the Homestead lodger Naval Reserve Officer Training of the cup was Bruce Ennli.Fans . his name Will be engravedon Scout return Troop Saturday(t are night expected after to a Tuesday Hendry County morning Motors Inc, of peeled t to be called Sate this1;(]I their tint game of the season
by J. W. Engllih( developer of Corps. October will mark the end are asked to nominate ItPreparations I I month. The league pointed out. when they bowed to South Miami
of the enlistment of and third choice for three-day camp on the Key south Clewlston. j
the first, second
the subdivision. one-year are booming for '' of the truck that the legislature will\ probably) 7 to t. The youngster swam at
boys who are sons of Mr, and the award, and from the five high the Skill of the seven-mile bridge. Accompanylng Upon acceptance \ ,\
George Day barbecue'
Members of Royal Palm Masonic the eight scouts I volunteer fire department will. consider a bill\ to place a five- ] Matheson Hammock in the afternoon
Mrs S. U Dickinson snd Plus M. men seven picked Judges will and doubleheader to be held here, young
Lodge and Ad Astra, Chapter 'I Norman Benson be organized by the Florida City cent tax on cigarettes, the In I
- of the Order of th* Eastern, Star Posey and Mrs Dorothy Posey.. chose the winner explains League Aug. 4 to benefit the league'sbuilding I were and Fred Scoutmaster Mowry. Klwanls Club from which will go to clUei.'Om'l The adult class In handicraftwill

_ were scheduled to meet Thursday program at the city field,, ) complete work In tray makIng
night In tile I. 0.. O. F. Hall to the promoter report Ticket are at 7.30;: next Tuesday night In
form the Homestead Fraternal District Youngsters. Asked to Enter I now on sale for the 7 o'clock barbecue How Fertilizer Elements Are Combined the school cafeteria. Twenty

Association, a nonprofit organisation ''Pets.in Show Parade Slated and the tilt between Boca girls are being\ taught handicraftIn
to finance building of the ., . July'30after Raton and the Key West Bam daytime classes I I
temple. I boo Room and the till between I Muile; classes are being' held by

Officer will \b* elected to succeed The annual pet show of the a down-town parade. A doll the winner and Crlm'i AU Stars I For Balanced Plant Feedingphosphate Instructor Stanley Pullmba from

the temporary officer whoI Homestead and Redland playground show I It scheduled for Aug. 6, and Violinist D to 12 o'clock on Tuesday .and
I *: R 1. Lafferty, president; handicraft for Lummug Thursday mornings in hive King
n art and display, will overcome nitrogen
groups will be held Saturday By JOHN FREDERICK tsln only! one of these con utu.
J.C. Fitzgerald Morton ,secretary vice-president; and ;S. T'I afternoon, July 10, In the Aug. 1-10. Prize will be awarded On Lions Club Program ante, but torn contain two or deficiency, Too much nitrogen, on Cooper School auditorium. I
for th* three events hand will MUM late
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Chamber Commerce building .I Bennett, at one lime headof even three. The food elements the other
of Hugh
Livingston, treasurer.Dade AU Redland District youngsters County Tax Assessor J. Newton and seed development CHURCH ELECTS HEU.
the soil conservation service of named above can be applied separately maturity poor Ernest chair.
: : Neill elected
Lummus, speaker at the Red- wsi
between six and II of -
year age more tusccpUbli
" are
betterto aod.plante
land District Lion Club he United States said that civilization but It la generally of the official board of Florida .
are Invited to take part In. the Tuesdaynight 'because easoftened man
to disease
Civic I have three ret-
Perrine mixture-for
Grants League argued agallit the move depends upon the upper City.Community Church at a
pet, show which will begin it t 1 Crop generally
I. I sons: (a It the cost I II less-one jobversus tissues
of soil that withoutit
Inches
three -
for a state sales tax because. "It business meeting Tuesday night
o'clock with a parade to form at I amounts of nitrogen
Hall House three four (1)( ) mixtures remove Urge
of Community or ; R
Use City the Intersection of Xrome *ve. hits the little _",AI an alternative we would ill soon starve. when plan were made for next
are drlllable, that 1*. I
and N. W. Fourth it All animal he suggested a tax on the We In this country have been more and therefore Continued on Page seven) year' work. it

Us of the Perrlne city hall and the legislature The $11,000 city must be on leaah or under control I higher Income br.cketa.I I than guilty farming of mining It. our We lOll have rather laid more'more'' easily tree-flowing applied through mechanical '
hall was built last winter, and the and all vehicle entered mudbe'decoraled Called back for two encores was and I th Hours tl tlf
the community house has been community house was constructedby by the contestant. Wendell Eason young Los Angeles wait million of acre through distributor Ical acidity; be( )con*I Board Offers Youngsters 30 .
can
granted to the Perrln Civic The parade will move south on violinist,, who played on I over-plowing, over-grazing and ham
W. P. A. labor in WO.
violin made Lion Sam J. thvls.Wendell over-cutting of timber. No man Of Camp Li feat Richmond for $3 Fee
League under an interim permit Members of the league's steerIng Xrome av*. and then turn easton I by f R
soil \ the most Important
has the right to destroy even Nitrogen
htl ElolseOoley
and mother
_ until the league la 1 chartered U ( commute, headed by Ceo. F. Mowry it to march to the title
Eason who accompaniedhim though he has clear legal single plant food. It get plants
a _.prollt group, County Commissioner I Youngs, Include the Rev. Wm Chamber of Commerce will building award at till piano are visiting Mrs. to It Soil' scientists have pointedout off to a rapid start-gets thrifty Beginning Au,. 4, local youngsters required to bring a duffle bag or .
Preston B. Bird Mid Kopelke, the Rev. H B. Fisher, where the Judge Eason's parents .Lion Chac L. the Importance of soil conservation growth and encourage leaf and will be offered 30 hour of suitcase, two sheets ind I pillowcase ..\.
Then th* two buildings\ Warren Knight, Stewart Camp prize to be donated by the Red S fee M Camp pajamas, swimming suit
yesterday. Ooley and Mrs. Ooley. to our legUlatort, and stem development and give t tamp life tor a $ I
will be leased to the organization bell Mrs. E. K. Britzlus, Mrs J. lend District Lion Club. There andconsolation I "This World of Color". a movie w* are ..tI.t\ doing. something normal deep green color and Richmond, operated by till county shoes or sneakers, change of underwear J
will \be first, second, third
for; community use.Th H. rialzltp! Mss J. L. Doolittle. of the showing Miami area and Florida about It healthy appearance. Plant" with board of public Instruction. pair of socks, toothbrush
4 league, which representssix Mra.t C De Berry and Mrs. Wit prizes for each scenes in natural color will be My remarks are not directly sufficient nitrogen are better able Boy and flits between till ages tooth paste soap, two

community organizations,' Finley. following classes; largest thismeans pet. shown it',next week* meeting I concerned with toll conservation; to utilize ether materials such *i Of nine and IS are being registered towels, handkerchiefs: and a small I
the city hall and Its Participating organlxatidn Include smallest pet.pest-dressed pet ( the Homestea-d and Red- padlock and key. A flashlight I* i
at
plan to use either grooming or roe ladies' night The Rev! Frank L however In this connection It I* phosphate and potash. Leaf surface
five-acre perk setting for t youth the Perrine Methodist and Livery, first vice-president will well lot us to Know something \It ordinarily proportionateto land playgrounds from which freeIruuportaUon optional I
renter. The community house will Church, the Perrtn Baptist tome), ugliest pet. Cutest pet In the absence of President about toll and how w* can make yield and. without sufficient will be provided to Homestead Principal t B. 100,
be for adult activities The Church, the -P. T. .A, the Wo best stunt On Ole bases of. originality preside floe not Blackburn and Coach J'ltut ...
, used similar James Shaw, now on vacation. It produce add still leave It for nitrogen s] plant or tree the camp. \,
buildings were taken over by the man' dub of Pcrrin and Merlin be and' peaiity.for. the .best-dec prize Mr*. W. E. Oaby will present future generations to use. get broad, flat, green leave For their two days and a night Worley took 37 boy oa tout of !
will given
. commission: this summer after then Moore American Legion Poet Ind musical Most fertilizer materials eon- No amount of ,potassium or' 1&t the camp: the youngster are the Camp Monday
orated vehicle. a p
sty of. PtrrlM wt dissolved by Auxiliary '" afternoon't

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:I pt' llcenae Something Ilk* this not less than sixteen mesh pert I.ca iron the bottom pf the dltcti"I' u>r muM see thu steel In i place CHESTER BAtDlN I ,
I ': I' n rioter than six or any near,r before the concnste li to be
.;er.. IJI two Inrhm to thl'I side o r-I pouMd If,the JMilMlng Is KHArlt. '
I ri .I 1 tll MI, l, Al CO'11I'1.\ Mrs!I than,the UMSMrtor must as. TAKEN BY DEATH 1 GIFFEN ROOFING; COMPS
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If thii) Wlwl rspMM* ot. f l1 I Iributlon th tucl, ,su',. ; ftgite steel) alt*+betas the conctaHepoured
oil I. Hot deHnilelv known, on nut la. I sniile ()i turn and rut snt s air he tMy Insist' ,
building Inspector may require II tides In requirrrt to l lquate 1.rodte flak I n IUIK' : saran by I.pp'nl: being 1 en the Job during the od':!I Chester S. Baldln, 53, of Princeton Roofing of AU Types
To Build. load tMUThe crass icntlUtlon iaVit r1Nt I the ends +0\1'1 und I being with til I log. You had batter cheek with and South Danbury. N. H, .
. ; minimum allowable dlftytnttani -. one direction e j} \ wire. If YOU hall ore not loni I the FHA office before you start I, died July II at the veterane' hospital Solar Water Heaters
for foundation walls. I hope by now we eHrVs the enough +II/ld/ III I'd I I I I" be Kplleedallnu (To Be Continued) In White River Junction VI. Metal Work 1f
end footings In private residence Idllf h dug for our dream bpww. 111(l I IIItI1' i Ill" dram!It'r 01! I A liter, MM. S, O Odom of Sheet '
By. B. W. 8TE\EN80M I IFRaL construction bl: I I.iiiti Put two bars of fivc-elghu (H ') II". ." : ,?, I ,.t,' 'Id"i I! ,' Princeton. with whom he had Air Conditioning Iii;;
II all around the footings two Ipch- Runrmbc, ", 1 the bUlldlll1l 1 mew THE WEATIIEUJuly made hit home for I number of
. !iii'. A:. In.olN -- Tooting i r 1 mtby m..whie .""= I yea**,,left Tueadef to attend the Fan Ventilation ."
Walls military. funeral services' andburial
rooting Minimum .
w ,.WI are on the IUbjert) of i Topped with Width Thickness ( Y.i,Mik.1 I ..,. jltala, heM (m.Sou* Denbury Insulation ..;.
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pili"" l' It I. money -" I July 14 0 91 TO IU1 A drum major with the Army:
spend have a reliable JOII'' '. July 15, SI .11 MOO .Engineer In World War 'I. MrBildin -w
plums f. to do your work. T'i I liO I.4T/ptirgil 1 } f, I !i1,1,.. NEVN' July 16 88 T3 MOI 0.00July wu a member of Harvey Free, 'Esttaalet' Theses ',''"1
sit JTI 17 w.y. .n tnuperlen i ; "I tl IT 0 J8 68 SO.05 DjDS Seeds POll of the American Le Address
plumb r can neglect to make the''', Bearing Wall 20" __10"_ July I', t .19, TO .01.r gion. An Invalid for the past 29 lit Ara,'. Are.' /1651C.ralOibleaPla' ; ..
1IIltallallllrll ant, J>ily It. ..E79 10 01 151 years, he had been a patient In 41151
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t home .1 Important.'\.All footin are July 20 88 Tl 29.88 0.9T the Aetersni hofpiul in Tucson, ,
14 tell 0
you owner au.1. :We no UW then t.aIBotld %'y be JOI lief Arts before being transferred to r .
of he achta and naedltll
fotndJuon walls) the Vermont hospital I'M.
pence alllr IIn. Don' try to Ido',tli first floor IfV"1* shall l lit ro- .
In iddiu to Mm Odom Mr
this t of the n ;
You 1)1 h yeD' the building 10011 : vlded with, ventilation opMtingi s rf Baldln leaves: his father, J. L I I
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rou'1 to Insure ample ventilation and Baldln of rSquth Danbury two
menl urh.. air lock qf ;
hlmP'! etc, The 9"need such openings should be posited (; 'JIlJji'} jtrot/ifnx/ ,. 'H .!acd.\.)It"riry
er h. made .n "rr.rment' with, wit on-corrosive wire mesh Of p. ; I IAar'gr l ,| eweRp ,tlSskirr$ :*nd : Pre-Cast Concrete i .
the p mberu' cxamlnlnf boal'd.!! '." fi'ljf'i three linen. Mi'I.'t. C Smith .
of South Danbury, Mrs Irma .1'.It
to dq good quality work or pay I) IknJon Et Ctr1c fall 'pstB .
.the penalty of losing his license* Miller, fir Hanover, N H.. nd Mrs.
for bad work, So, my reader, youare IIOTI'OINT Ciace Meagher of Cambridge, +
Milos.John Window Frames :
protected If you employ a APPLIANCES
licensed plumber. Two complaints w.j
to the bouid of t*..II"I\rr! If FrlaeeUn, .... lit : Banister, 6, Dies .t.
justified. will re\step i"'V' plumb. fJ t After Life-lonz Illness 'sire..
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John Banister, six-year-old ton
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Fried Chicken ... I.n.e e5l0ngIl Goulds, died Wednesday after
..... ,.. I life-long lllneit. Funeral serVlcei -
{ \Il -" -- rwtlhl were conducted yesterday, .
.b.1 look rlak. "If.ee. afternoon by the Rev. Martin R Nle
AT ITS BEST Davis, pastor Ip the Florida City 7;
Rrh 'V.ry.a..nd..i..i
I = 4 I Ii Community Church Burial )lh
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Hot Biscuits toot r par ,..
(sat palm, Cemetery at Naranja ;
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v awn, 4.0' The young pallbearer were
...,... Buddy Phillips, Richard Kerter, t iII.
P&cso's t Farm House Restaurant Mello.James Chandler and Trankle De gr '

31$ N Flaglcr Ate. Homesteadt In addition to hit parent, John .- ...
leaves tv.o brothers, William Robert
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BUDDED CITRUS, '5 1 ,It,'
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GAS,. .GERATGR llome*>..> _. FlerUa Benson Electric Has


".:': Come: today! Set the one dif ant, simpler\ retrigerstarthe Philco Appliances Made to Fit Any Standard t ..

It't '- : andmarks.Qf..GrQwtb.,., Semi Gat Refrigerator. IU Frlnceted, Ph. Ill. ' '
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h .yttem hu nor''moving parts to; sled PInc thill!? notaerrJust ' .. Pp nipg
. .tiny |tt flame does the work Andover .f ..' ...'
t 'I. in Farm Telephones 2,000,000 delighted owners know_Servst Maya' .: 7 t r
'. silent( ..... i-aart longer. Beo I ; \
\ ,"' new model today fP1 I i+! Fine Furniture :
very Jar, along rural roadways of the South, you at* .I. i I Iilblt II Livesay Window CO. lIne: J
IEI) "May M.s'jamt lAlcBrWJ Mahogany\ and Other Woods ,
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: |poles reatlitn sky .., hi I
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tow UIM s Mdi a dUforanos 14nfrifwatoik. +
Stop In and Aaopy j Chile Caning fteflnlihlnf 3044 S. W. 28th Lahe, Miami\ Phone, 4-2503 tj tjt
Teplione] srntce has been supplied to I lot more set your " It . I \
| . of "1 .kl. 11<<1" by ndlos .- Cfr felaeayna- Redland Rd. Phone 684-J I I
southern firms during the last three years titan during lo..d rapoctor today, 1'1 r j.

anjr otlirr, llircejrar prnoj In liiitory, Right now

Mutlierrt 11..111.building rural lines at the fattest rate 'j

e4r.} Aa',1 total telephone installations in aoutlten 4 ,

rural areas tins year will art I new record. .p '
: "Why accept anything /less Iban''i'
Trlej lione service It our Luiiness, and we are work

i Isto, 'get it to \\fwi\\(, who want it as soon aa we can. Ill +' ' the most Beautiful I BUY of all?" F ,

1 ie goof"servlsr,loo--Uie Und for which America Is i,' \ ,' :
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'intones ., Stand fIr Chevrolet .
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Because the farmer terrea everybody, serving the Gas-Oil Products ,_ I 4'a ,
Is of ;.. ware inc. .' .' 'and the fer : ': i
amuse one our iiiiMt lmK>rtaut Jut And . set most ysurmeney ;
ijeplnj right at it. \
Of Florid? L- o t I Im
Distributor of NATUUOIi .BOTTLED GAS ICs your money you'is spending, and you're entitled to get ,! .

SOI THUN BELl TtLIPHONI AND TILIOHAPH COMPANY VIO COOK, llomesl |4 Manager __ the mote motor car It return AU America says that meant "t. J.IIJIfI'
1 -/** meal btaultful buy of n//-and/ the car that
'V: \ ', PIOh,, 't.,411'1', ,"**"* ... ,j i I ''ILACLER AT KRONE7rc 0 (,;;;,J. .. fives EXTRA VALUES In every phase and feature of I i
o" 0" J)' .. i:1 motoring It bripgt. you Bne :ar advantage after flnecardvantags F
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performance to Ceeuf-Point sleerini east and the greater
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; 12 HOURS FRESHER cHoelUH Ai ; I 0 uv1 riding-oamfon of the, longed; .hiavrat car In Its field.
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LAW\ REQUIRES gin Island i iOetteral a r. a nulldllCQIent. entrance fletd ty a ttvfaf. .. room 8..... w.v wHl b* "
Collie said that Mm-1 and diMs* "ita$ ccI eel atlatu ..) .. wit M
entering. the UnMetl JMa* I, ., Show Place fcet.' At tin r err a piM rattan..
REGISTRATIONFOR lord rim He* art irdWU t. day" U9tl'1! moats *
regIsletet" a total bet V w lksix Mr and Mr* D. P. Blake, Jr.. etpoawe and a big.
I monthe MMWmf the ait* ? land ABftB4Ml. ML *re bulMing' 1 ftriMMt ..a"", tbe aottre, *... Ilj t1K Jet.. .
DRAFT ACT their entry : twp eef7 colonial home which of the bMiat. A .If 07 II test 1 Prlnctt"( Steutt e .'

The maximum penalty for riotne will lpcf west pn Colttnla.1 t.rd.JaraMrljr .. master bedroom wm| powder, At the Navajo Nation Boy Scoutcourt J
Calling attention to the fact that aaewa as KiB-UileraT: room aod bath a glassed-hi. service At honor held July 1i I ; I
failure to Selective Service Act o& ivW, portft! I modem kitchen, a Silver Palm ;
register li Methodftt Church,
a violation General Collins pointed out Is The house will be white with: tId a 'Iler. 'n. |
of Jaw merit badge la
and
makes marksmanship Watwarded ,
the
delinquent five yean In prison' r tint at gram iMuttefs wHU the lowerstory laundryis JII! ev..n, ot I .. Fred Mowry and
liable I a
to penalty, General Vivian wW be
$10000 or both. cenitruded of eft equipped '
cement block merit badge to reading wa i ikwarded ,
Collins, Florid with double 'sUka and
state director of ; see.
Selective Service, and stucco and the upper story, electrk It VII loppW.wilkl. *1al.- Billy Snowden. Both art
today outlined
Billy Brown Attending members of Item"
of Georgia pine Imported from Troop II t
registration requirements under } hoods, | .
modern 7d 7b.rdrrOOths steed
the Selective Service Act of 194S, Encampment of ROTC the Blake plantation near Coh- equipment '
which he said he believed were cord, Ga. Terratso floors will be and two bathrooms will be lift.stairs. Second Class awards were glvea
not, thoroughly understood. by all Port Bermlng.jC,,, July M- used town stairs and the upstairs . An attle fan will provlfeventilation. to Charles Brown, Gregory Gill ,
the.general public. : ROTC Student! Billy\ .Hay prOWn floors*will be made of pegged agner, Warren Craves av4 FrMUhke Welcomei "t
of 31 N. W 'lh HomMlred .
SU of Treob II ef Homestead
The obligation to punish oak from the Blake plan The grounds wilt| be landscaped
register ,, fla., has reported to the Infantry tsuan. and U Jrity Crausewett ol Troop
General' Collins Mid,"11 a continuing School: and completed two weeksof In the colonial motif With plan|> ... t
obligation end mutt be fulfilled the annual six weeks' encampment Plans for the'ground floor proVide .! Inn eNPle l PlIt ptl npte. AI Merit
regardless ot whether men of the Reserve for a hallway 'at the weft orchid house t4 grMrsqyerseas badges for cabin bof
pfflcers
were given to Billy Snowden,
are being Inducted into the armed I .
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Training Corps : Richard
Paddock frank dowry I
forces under the ,
Act The obligation Selective to register Service I.Impo.cl Attending the" summiTTrslnlnr! Vred. Mown u\A TUnltt- _., ', -Ilunvatt -.,.! wvcpthe
course at what Is considered of' Troop it.T ;
by the act on every male, ,
eltireil or resident, In the UnHed' America's molt complete military The honor flag was Iwirded t toTroop ,
,Stated between the post, 'are en ROTC 1fI1r1l"I ( Co. It of which $Qc'ma '-
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age l It od ) Transportation
Z/, 'with only the'general. ekcep Il1m'', lleges) tN "' ver, ribs son U acpuimasler Paul tae a-
.,,1 th_ 1 tie4tle.' :p.tplrtlenation. t
tlon Cf members of the' armed I Alt schools represented Acting icoutmuter of' Troop; IS: To 0nted
forces on. active duty and certain rite next court of r*M"*w will
I aliens.." : here. are located In the Third be hold at 7:90 Aug I, at .
The young man who becomes Army Area Silver palm Methodist/ Church, ,.

II Is required to register at under the leadership r' Roy :
local board office within I five days a Daily Freight Service .Schowslter! rh.IJ''n! _n, .. .

,of/the date of his eighteenth (
blrtbda,: General Collins explained V.F.W. Members Attend .
,.but if he happens to'beawry Reliable 13th District MeetingJames .' \
from home he need not return "
; he may register at the near C Venn, first com : i
est local board convenient to him minder of Arrant-Smith V:T. w. Tlri'ifUi", ; l kY : we. ;.:
and,the record will be sent to Radio Repairs HOMESTEADMIAMI Post, and Monroe Loaner repreaented r : : .
the-local board having Jurisdiction the post at the JJth pistrlct I II
) even' though it Is In another quarterly meeting held Sunday WVCG: ThInks of'r'. ) ,
state After he registers, It is rt'it" ,. ' at If T. Rude Post In Miami ..
\' '. WEST'And . I . ... ... \
:mandatory that I registrant keep KEY Among those attending the Sat.tirdiy .. ,
hid local board Informed of meeting of the Cooties and
any Packed } Mica
change In his address or changeIn , y- Cootlfttes, fgn-making y, F. W. Insiflmaatic .. .': :.: .
status, the director pointed out 15 yean of experience. Other orgaltralicne'wets Mr and Mrs I '( ;

This applies after he becomes 28 Win. Radford, Mr end Mrs. Drlma ,, ,.. ..'" .., ."\ ,
,I.. :'IIetl| at beforeQuestioned Rhodes, Mr and Mrs:; A V; hit I "r. .
{ concerning the'man Your RCA Victor lips Mr and MM, K. B McGarrah. I : \t ," ran
,0(114, :not register during thedesignated Radio and Television Points on Florida Keys Monroe .Losntr and Willard '5 tit :"a'1'
IlmeLlIobby r
registration days .. + 0 ,
Aug 80 to September II, 1148- Dealer ,; iii, ;
because he was then on active Booms List
duty:In the armed forces, General -4 j '' t S I d W .'
In JI.'J3. r.OItorrlres I t r0 tot. .
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Collni| explained that he U required 4.
to'register within 30 days ,Dodd Radio & Appliance!; Phoie, 365-W The following government publications G 16,1 qt9 4 ; ."..,.' 'J'I.. .. .
of Ae time be 11 .
he was separated from may secured from the VG1010 3 ..
the rrned forces.. 117 N. Rrome r .n. lit for Pfck-pp Service superintendent/ of documents, governmtnt \
Any person who changes from 4 printing office, Washing ,.'c' 5'.15t ' )'
a s).tus which did not require hisregistration ton SI, t>. C. according to a poster I0 ; r ,
to a status which does Nftht Calls: Phone Burton Attaway, No 626-W on display at all post offices;: .
require It mutt register promptly "D tTlI>tlon of U. S Postage !I1""I.
to ,be: within the law," General. etampa 'JI47-1J47. .lit; "You t II'
Collins Mid, adding. that .those'whq 'I I Can'Make It" series ((1 volumes), tarqub lloc\' j I red pt, i l la

were out of the Country on ppnsort>t Electrje 'ijasPhilco ; Phone 3-3615 4Sc set, "Csmp Stoves and FirePlaces )\f.1)01\Vtut! pe i i ,
the.rtlltr.tloa days must register ," boo; "Aunt Ssmmys \" a1\ v .' ,
.within five days following the Appliance s! Miami Terminal: 23G 0. \V. North Rjyer( pr, Radio Recipes," SOc; "WoodworkIng 1111! T1otde\ II ;N,. ." .r, " ",
and Furniture "
datf they reenter the United Repair tOcj! .ata
SUfi)( ,' which includes Alaska, .. lM MUn, ilk. t4.} Make It of Leather" lie; "Wrist' Ilum U"0'. tCU 104btin.
Hawaii" Puerto Rico and the Vir Watches, Pocket Watches Stop 1 ",r.f. .. ,
Watches, and Clocks," tOci': ulld. J p.to' u ot cot" ..
Ing With Logs," tat; "Photog:. "\ \ ,1" fItI ,;- '

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let the; and American'Unarmed Soldier"Okfense.(Judo for), ". wt0'stttt t,wbC b. le t' ""at "99\\"a: :iwd o y,4.
a14oP tMtinails'
Me( You mar also write for'a W : b
more complete hobby' list, free \ .. : ',\tI:, ,\'''':: f.a'o .
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bought, fiver Wf'";'"100,30? to be N. '
'%.. ......4hr Ntl flrll P' ; tact-*m kmaght fry alert BMI \" it...
and woman who trMbd 1st can of0r 'vs, (all 'IQ. !
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plods fts-une prove ill 1 Hndeoei tor''f (J fE QfC .
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Q la rt any woaafarl The New Hmimn, wire .sang, sw..r rhea MT for ., !. 'Co .,t: '. ie
with MoWve "step-dent" de lga. y.. Is MM tUs juars etas' art . .
0 b AsMrln'e MOST' Car. 1We"n eg.leg the longest 4ed-. t \,'\ '
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WhyGuCotUrThli U.\hat .... pint up clew. of tile ....*. The than a child, maybe with the iir.* ..Tm*..trtUM. kawBef .rm. into- .....,.. I toM the pelM'aaWyly
r -r.ier And your ........ /Sa maid stood MprtwUcUoM. Sight, for .aoAMthlnc bettor thaa wa*. tile fin department and hollered: bund hor"-KM: ,
r'Enterpdr e b wtaf your gas cods yew thine to tho roflBoqr: WKboutbOttM t The Gadabout or wroof I hold tile pretty .. Ironing .mad Ukwndd0r" to Key. Isles, .r wife. bU run 't
" '" aM lilt coot 1 lei 7M *% *... *l*. wtI" spas la my band old Mid, "..I&F .has *.tali tad she t M X BM to fffjM pWM. I meta morejy My or* tit o.aor pelt at Bean WkAUf rorrtyrsTho .....,.". veil pretty The maid make a avorabU Improaalati. M wkat or* you te SM. u< c...aloln I : of Und. }fie pals i tot W, hoop, on SM last ataltmajrt. I pow, ovtt .......'. bare been. mote star Bit North American I touUot fort Why" dent yoa teethe/ w ..... tfftjfot''. oft ftisv rMM
yN ._......-.i. that Ia... Hi per H ovor] yrTh 117 mUMoQ k federal 1 t4 o4htrUiott prleed U I bad held a gun .In .my lot .her Iowa ....... I WM rof I piles* OM fireman Mkod.Btctiwo you Mid you were weft OUT j
.l to tbt tint tat I Add that |* tho rest sal band. She fide know what today resenting the United Suit f- ," the freight handler "1 wC etld'tha' groom a dtytbM
1 Whatever purpose tit put the your oil aid f...,.... But wt are maid bold my' Intent bo- for aftet all she wu 'Jut a UO Mooriu' o( 0>o ,crvant slant replied, the last limp" tilt yin ""' 1 OMaH Uow 1Feet "-Ex. *
I" ,: s.r land to ho hit to ft Just, that' only (t\tlBf turttd.Tho .. I cause idle WM woerinf a beautifully ervant, but she returned my I
L much toon out of It-to I -'IM'iIoIt refined oU U now pumped I embroidered while amen smile with a look of appreciation.
suuosrte a.CIIIaI' to,to-In order to keep It Into tank er |t will M shipped I Ad stood moUonlci* with a After aQ she WM little moro -, ,
spbinx-llle txproatloo when not
I A man comes along and die- to your diitributor Teat car may
serving ten Hn kowtrtf, Refreshed i
ellaTiOlrtnrlOloi before eyes
r. area pU Make a deal with thtTtiu roll over three rood It. could not kids .her Intorttt itho .
arrives U oihborboodEach ,
nun to rnt the Und from your ,
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,. .. .. ..IlL Deal ii doatd. BoUt now curl roa4 pay a .heavy tat North AaMrieart Incabldeat'Completely :'It..i
... .... '-'fP I. ...I to pty tait on my heroes that know ont railroad that paid ever I told the .young Internt" !how Brooks .
..... w.:ji:: ; coma from tht land. Big truck I I million la tease on tu last much I admired the apron when '
paler she. tht door ...
opened for He
./ .MiI NM, roll up 'with drilling oqvlpmtht/ tuttmtat Chalk up moro aotchHon '
1e Loch. truck 1( iadlvtdutlly tasod.So your cost ahtet replied she" .had beta working ooI .
..... 7r '' .a .-.n. 'sew Ii till full UMd pt Ik The But now wt art ,.tUG,'near for ,..... Though the apron ::Cool Off With
I Uoo .n.. ., had boon. finished for torn lint' .i
.... ..." U1vtn pay UXM bom Surely the hue mull Itninotnf It : .
G_ wt tb coming of eel Worth ;
to
out That la what
The drilling tqulpnwit b ualotdtd. > you American that made her decide. : :
The COlt of that drilling thlnkl! ,
It oocaalon GroveCireUkeri .
wa an to dress up. Equipped ,
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oqulpnrnt II I ".y higher thao It Your diitributor pare taxes .
It here that '
wa I learned that '
The Enchanted E. a should pL A Pct of ifochliitry too Ivory Unk, truck hoot pipe maid have their own privatebate ; : )
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of Childhood that onto coat $1000'may' now and-buad log U waterlogged with and room while they workIn ,... Philco} .
cat |4Ma,T Uoitly 1>tcautt' orTube. ... But here cones lilt truck service and they spend their 4. j .
.y fade Kaybew. rMt ttk taxes. now (frets Uctntt plates>)>. It ti evening Jn sewing. .They art .thtervant S .. .: .JI
.,!cables, rages, coal and a new truck. Ypur distributor \I
of the family until they'
Whoa wtj were very youn tae riggers art hauled Jn. tvtry |Item( just bought It.I I And not only did irt "married, but have the pro : j
thought tMcbirt d It axed The future COlt of your he pay I federal) Us for the mere tendon of a home, for which In 1r,0.110XftBOMLITLAD : \Air ConditioningYour j
Gm. wwplett wita halo all ts alrndy. soaring because of privilege of burin It, but a state return they do.domestic, tervlco FLA. ; ..\
i what a cheek let viclftua chain of tats< And tax for the same prIvilef All this Their wife ,art usually around three TI-E .
It WM wets Wt aHfeOVMtd tM] ytt not aVoat of rock hat been on top of tht truck'manufacturer ten. to twenty pesos a .month, l' !
wen) human' too, drilled Not a drop of ell kai com who, If he I I. like ont mtnufao '12.SO to |9.00 In our moneyWhen : I
And for the moot part the year pit 1, turtr I know, paid a* high ai 100
r I It WM time to fo, Oat r '
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tht reef Drlllinf arlaLabor million In taxes for the privilegeof .
maid wa at the front door to
demand mutt now be making truck .
Tfco oriM wt) U) ulit perfectly .tt Labor duta mat be paid Your retailer gets the fa*. Muitwt open It for u*. WIllie Don war Benson Electric Hu home or office can be made pleasantly !
wishes" 1 hadsocking .
expressing our food
beautiful Tit drillers! already taxed fortvirythlnf lit his tense The tax** on HOTPOINT cool with a modern Philco Air Conditioner. .
Turned out to bt ordinary, tvon they use or do mutt him Und, his station, even hi
plain demand mort monty to makt tliviM telephone calls! pout) APPLIANCES Prices begin at 1349.50.Benson .
Who, Tlnrad, later, .In oil\ photo\ Up foot tilt future cost of I I But now you drive up to buy Dldn anybody lake arithmetic '
fraphlThat your oil flvt illoni of .lOlInor( the In Khooll-Bridgeport (Conn) 1'rIMe.. Phtit 1
r long among our toutonlr M__be its a dry holt-U to I py-oin Poet .
/ kid Uln. all tea monty U W.lttd-bll' If S n helD" mo.. an too of that
oil stay to flow, tanks, barrtU ghastly practMltn' of taxes, thoo Electric'Your f.
Thins wo deemed ImpreulvelykttfO and plks art brought, to the ails proftulqnal wind bf you inilion
Each' INn I I. laud 'Tht workmen rtclecUnc tt dffice'pear aft er '

Were really toilinlfletntly who Intel) then art Und Tht year, have the Uochiavtlllaa true n Friendly Dependable Appliance Dealer ._ ,
fartWktB companlii ,,who manufacture them to demand a Hi cent a falloiUx It's ROOMIIR. -.. Oldttt' established electrical contractor In the Rt
torn afiln after I tepee of art U x", Add "'lirelotehn to and than pretend they low
,.ar.. the coat tt your oil the Common MA and art sock tau I.'. InUR
With tile hrlnk ft, !how did The oil tow flops to a refinery. the rich. Brother, they ,art no Princeton, Pea Ph. 412
I' a..., survive at all? Tht rtflitry does certain things socking the rich They art Jui. ., It'. ler enar. CONY.NIINT
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1 Thtonly thing Tim can not! This. ,wIJ.I>r.Atlaw; .J !

j t I*corrode nwntorit of the horns of A. Crawshaw a N"r
Geerge PIOTNERoearwo
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IU. spry detail has become tacrtd.A ,I uSTA G'E'RED. AulgwastArrlfkYy tpAtK c ooh ffl srAR* orm y o8itl
d *U 'Itt shortcomings' are : : MMS AN VggAKf S
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e with Jk : X4(11q/4I/ M W111; 1yG
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eyes t\dt Knappen Tippets Engineering Co '
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Whoa everything was perfect la Site 1615 DuPont Building nAKs

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I '40 Dodge Coupe '46 International Hi-ton Flat Bed .

f \ / >, 1 Ford 4-door' '
j 41 47 Chevrolet
Vi-ion Pickup
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and\\ / '41 PI'mopth'Z-d, "* '48 Ford 2-ton, 2 speed
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You choose the color and we guar tee 98 T N. Krome Ave.

Gas-Oil Products Inc.
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': .!5- Alumbum, Casement Aluminum I rl'out>e-Jt,tit la,'tat _-* __- dUg IYIM.t barm Ctaf.Ik. .. '
STABTINa MASH SU IM I< Be-. .. ,__. .e/e/ :
tiomfli Aluminum Jalousies, : '. Romfh GlassGLASS JsIosieal I sIh Wf'' . ...HeGtOWtNO Toasaee. f.,., rlH.illllA grove problems. ,' i
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," Yaps--.Oawwtll- '.ho sufferedbrakkn Mr. and. -Mr*. Il- O. .- .... and ra TPQ eft w"'" sml"; It womlrp, Bijjt; ) "irturty andjrtoclet, '

I ear tuNe. cap while at wtrktteaMlf I family tavriMve* ftws) Miami Baptist Youngstbra Para t 1111ti1iMdI.tao-Mh W, c ,c ...., wtwr,. I

has. .*taen.returned. frontJaritrobtMs 4... LW" SMbMt resMeact at Quail, Roost [ t I. W i LAulrfh t Vi1ct\UQ'tr'Bib : SdJpol 1 1 l 1Ma; MIit '...... 'Ku''" IAU' .rb on a Mrseh f'1 I
erklJioupikl:w .W and 1'4.1j MMnandMr .
In and The '
Jltound+ .. ... . ca/1Mledl gill de dvs. till. .) baP.
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i' b.ms oaBs.a. 'as tt. .t I 4".e.M " 'oO ', '. l.. '0" :, ", i.. I .
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I"" I *aa Brock of ; folk : f' ... ..... .. ..
retort ,
parade with I pollct ::ct+A'! trll."lheli inel : I. .. ..,... .
tt ; ': ')If '*HPt *..1 Mktat* WyMI.Mrtner ., Sea'Aa.emq.'and' drlMrw.'lM1leriy f'f''A' will .Ia....' Mw *...(fat'faeM, ff'de Mr*. Wtwartr Ijtwlft'' t. . .1\, ,r', 'r'. .... .. .. ,rti ,
t, Homestead." TwMwntt 'or'ftt. PeleF.- and Am ar, art lyenitiag a vacation Bible school of will IM pttnkrt tat the school. '. '
burg are living M BtaceyM 4rMr. vactUon hen at the homt of Mr Baptist Church which. be- which -m open at 1:10: Mondayfor I
.. Wyle \U aaaocittei' with the' Brock' tttpfttber and smother, two weeks of clause Monday thrtt-hour MtaloM nee day
tl I norldt GrdWer Aatoctttkm. Dr. and Mrs M. A. Btrger. Dr. -fng. The ehlldrtn will gather a.week.Deperlyiastt. '
\ .. and Mr. Berger, who It the church it 2:10: to form the tupertatendent\
Mr. Victor Johnson of E. Ep> Mrs. Harry r. Jtaner who( underwent )Ir. |nd 'king. FtkfleU Rock of panled the Brock her I-j panda and wbr lIfl1 will bt btgmnersMrt. -- I ii
I more dr.. and ton, Victor, Jr., recently I 1 1U I I !major <..rM> n 'at Cleveland af daughter, Vickl{ after t vaeatton In New TIll Rev John H. Whllt will\ be Wtyiw Adams, Mr Horace i
left New York City by t ckton: Memorial lionpilal was Jean art (house guests of Mr. Ttxaa, on Tuesday were called S. BelL'Mn... W. D. Peeplta. Mrt t
W. plant for Port Bald Egypt to Join returned Monday to her home on Rocks parent, Col. and Mr. to New York to the, betfciidt Berger of. W. C. 'c**on. Mr*. Peter Mill. ... t.j
u. Capt Johnson on hi* Iblp. tht SS Coconut Palm dr. Lewis p. Rock of Klngman rd Dr. Berger'i father Herman Destroy Ragweed Now 101..ow" and Mr. Lewis Calla. ,
t Ktttleman Hill, for t erulat who had suffered a heart
attack To Danish Hay Fever han; l'1nJ'7Mn. H. tat Taylor ,
t through Ailatie and European Mr. and Mr. E.A., Frotcher art Mr. and Mr David Sugarman Mrs' Ernest Shtrtrd.) Mr*. A. L. -
t water During Mrs Johnson's. OttiUiuvUle.lA/1 't| of Syracuse, N. Y., who are M Mias Barbara Ann Shuler left JtcktonvlUt, Ju1111 l-"fcf rW of Lanier Mrs \\, >t. HamnocksS ,.
sence her brother-in-law{ .l- the home -I lr on aill i v vfi. > faction In Miami Beach vlajted ,ragweed now If you fconl yint, to M rj"l' ttrbilrt and Mbar Belt! \
i school lgin'at <
to visit until
> tar, Mr. and Mrs Marvin We-1 Ur-ln-lawf Irtr? "Ind Mri t. X Wf* Monday at the horn of Mr*. Monday HonSe'tt tuffer with My fever Ibis W \,metThat's Taylofr"JutnorJ-Mr: lohrf H.WMtI .
11ft' brother '
Clue of Springfield, Ort., are I Preacher Jr. Before they return Carrie B. Gauten. Recent houseguest tilt the advice' of the 'ktale' Mr . '.rD.'8mtttr. JK Ain
Mr and Mr* "
In-law and sister,
living at the Johnson borne hen' home In early September, they of Mrs Gauxen _...her L. 1To li Otlandp. board of health: H. S. Rive., Mr R. a Rive; Mrs
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v; ,. I plan to visit Jn Drnyotrwith Ihelrdaughter. daughter-in-law Mil R. W. 0.u- fallen of ragweed li the cam Oh**.' 8chffer, Mr*. James Y,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prldgen If.t Chandler. tens of Opa-Locka, and the Oau- Mr. and'Hri' 'Roy% Bryan of of more thin to per, t'tnof ell Roberts, Jr.:Mtt..OthtUI F. Redd'"
end children, Margaret Mat end 4 { | { ten daughter, Ronnye Donna South Miami visited here Sunday autumn hay fever says OIl! a>tate ,
1 Hank hive moved Into their I tJHmel and Sherry M health department This pollen
new Mr, ind Shaw and -Sgt. Gauien Is with Mr. tnd Mrs J. A. Daugh .
I r resident tt J37 N. W, 14th st, family art on vacation In Or. with the USMC In Cherry Print, trty and olhfr relative begin to ripen In August ThU''*
N C., why H I Important& to but
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Mrs. Ruth L. Scott Mi July ,7 A -' t i.. i ii ColemagDnrreports; to leave the pekkjr weed d'4lIa'' uJf t ,

t by plant for Jackson" : MtnilJ: randdLt .Hnampli'Cll.r and JNlomr' from Brtdetltnarelrrand today for his home In Cleveland. You on. kill ragweed In two wtrk a**.til: aM MrmMBabk t
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where she wa called%y the ill.t -. t Ire Mrs Leonard GUI- I 0, after '.' vfelt'herV witk .hla .yleke your choir! either aar.W1ar *...<
;t new of her mother. on a vacation in Arlzonl. lesson and family who art making I mother, Mrs. F. B. Daniey, and spray tht "nulsanct" plant with \* at e.t ., UwiiT Reft Mbtmt
their home In' Naranja. Mr. GUI* his brother, L. B. Dantey. In effective weed killer or, II year moiier
llMneateU
Mrs. Thor B. Royal and ton 'Mr. and Mr A. W. Llndgrenof (asson Is employed in Miami, you need exercise pull the weeds set w4rh grtw.
Tommy left Saturday for Warm by tht root kM tf trtewrlter
Undgrtn rd. and daughter, of All n>
Mr. and Mrs W. B. Ingram
by Springs Ga., where Tommy will Alinda Ann have been attending Adolph Lope has been III at Newton rd. have returned from' a Don't forget that the rag weeds beoskl, sold. *M rt..'lr'4.
go under examination at the Infantllt the convention of Lion International his home this week. vacation tour of Florid. that grow In the vacant lot next ud
C New perish)' ly.rwritm
foundation. ,
paralysis They
In New York City Before door art Just as dangerous as led I
; wert accompanied t* far aa Jack.M adding asethlaea.All I
: they return home they will spend ones In your yard.of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mowry and I
Skipper Morton eightyearoldson /
ton Ga., by Mr Edna Jackson
some time In HendertonvUlt, .
t and tons, Allen and Bobby, who children Fred Jr., Frank and of Mr. and Mrs. Wllks C. More work guaranteed. CaUmiles f
; had been visiting at the Royal Fauttlna expect to leave Sunday ton of Jacksonville I i. spending a Hom lt'.d. given free ? I
Mr. and Mr Claude
Campbell for Tampa to visit\ Mr. Medical Mr. Clarence I
Before the Royal return, Mowry's month or six weeks here with his patients; -
they epl to visit In Atlanta and c have been attending the national. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Wm.C. Cooper and Mr. Randolph Sirup-i r. o. Boa itt '. '
Ntw nan, Ca. Ells convention In peveland.l Mrs H.; 4tLewls. Morton. pa of Homestead Mr. J.mHi Paint pricey| Mowing row nralerfal, ( ) price., art w, I

.r d'lM lrs. jI.i'u, a 1t 't< *Jk, 3'R .............._..yA.we..wnN Winston Donovan of of Princeton Venice, and'hire Veiter Frank 1'honclieUSpecial time to torch\ip on theM overd'vt" paint (obi before.

Mrs. O. B. Stanley of FloridaCity IOn,' John, art Vlsltini I I '"rtt.tty" > ,Wt! indtr*. Ceo. Brook have. ,' JAMES, Arnc JMJ11If ; Smith of Miami .> rteg I sc. a a tei ee end decoy get In itttlr. cetrf/'woi,; ,,.,uYowH
returned
'. and her In Davidson N. Cu and Thief from visit with relatjvea.'pi NEWS 1
eight-pound son : IIOSFITAL
i David Lee, born July 9 In James River, Mlnhi .. ' 't' l'Si i .t { ) Birmingham .....,...........,....,u'u u..,u' realty''want to do a lot mqrt pointing,ifttf' doe i ittt '
f' bow much our ntw tow point! prlcti save ' ,', .
", f Archer Smith Hospital were returned ---- "J'- you 1/
home Sunday. Mr*. Stanley Mrs. Wm D. Levy of Redland Mr* E. B- Francis left last week. Birth
Mt f 4* the former Miss Lavon rd. I I. a medical patient In St. to visit tjclaflvet} kv Georgia. To Mr. and Mrs. Julian Meyer at Gaddis'Hot
I Thompson I Francis Hospital it Miami" Beach.jr of Homestead, t daughter on July r'
,- fet-.IId-M"'ftllbf'H'Ltwl.: 1 IS. -0' Rrooker Lumber Co.
and ;
Dinners on Sunday-41 to $!1.65
1 (: family of Miami Spring have : To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mcr .
Dowell of Miami daughter' on 1t:1I .e I3k.1if: ; .
moved"to thHr-nonwon! Epmore a HARMVAHK: IlUILhlNG:- MATEltIAy.1'hoi
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I. r' .." ..r;. '. July It. Cold Plate Lunchef! Week Iayj--40c t to ,60cMRS. ..
1 ; .1. To Mr. and Mr*. Robert Clark \et'62" and 813 Homestead
I House, 11oIe"-* 0' .the Rev. and of Homestead, a son on July 20 Gadd Is'_ hium ical
t I Mr. Frank U ENery'are Mr. and t
I Mrt. l1udle -lvtry: 'dad children Surgery patients: Mrs. E. A.
t Beth and Anne, and Mill Martha Roberts and Mrs. Chas. L. Ooley Bt'TH BAILC Manager

II tl Boyd, all tf-TampJ." Dudley El- ,
tt.t. very,Is a brother of Mr Elvery,
I nil" }J11, and Miss Boyd'U Mr. Elver1.I Benson Electric Has fliHLCQ'%
t t' sister.Mr..- - '
r HOTPOINT -Custom Built-

I and Mi\ 'L. K. Bishop, Jr., APPLIANCES Jalousies J

and daughter Karen have left ..G ...- le.1tl"'o.
for vacation In Georgia Princeton, Ph. ll|. -. '._ ._ .* ..., t.' : :: :. _.
The tdvtoct of medicine tgalttt thr -'u
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enemy, disease, sweeps' forward ,on ,very V ,T* +lPq .ltf, W. .Y9rke. a,w oh recently at.rived Aluminum from Room to Room

front Tecbalqaet of anesthesia have im. ..... .to-m.k. their hone For a \i ,' .Portable
make ;:ere Mr. and Mrs frank (
to possible surgical procedure
l proved And their three eons. The Moore t COMPLETEInsurance .Venetian Blinds "'a ort rShultcraii ralalw l.oh weft !
denied to the practitioner of the twenties 1 e4 Her. b i table i t.Med I '.
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jl'4 et' Service r i
I Highly< refined tnd/tpedaliiitd' mechanical 'X h1JL.lylth Uepalrs Alterptlortl1! .bKcwBundihfi"slleofge IhenemeaaU nyWpm./111d rho lap of th. eluti Jt Jtning
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alda,'lncludio. the *>rsy, fuoroscope, and .. r .'I \ ebovlathen's a Bush gdP M
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1 ., W IM toIOOd: tod.rip, +eyfgdrGl'C>jtgpt I : -Ca,' ko shndartl k.adce.t.. Medal SOl. ,. ,
'" bcu'to &be "pbviicin than ever.before. an apartment at the home of. Jolt N. McHugh Contractor

In support of the physician the pharmaceutical chemist and Mr* L. F. Hester on Haiti' At, '\.0. ,
I earn FITHS REAL!; }.STATEMoots
continues to forge new chemical sod biological wejr onr, '"iMr ..
to 6gbr'diiesse. Insulin for the maiisgement'of ditbeter'' J r "I4I. S75K BISCAfNIV DRIVE TEL. HOMESTEAD 7II-R
and Mr. J. P. Curl returned (
mellitus liver extract for pernicious anemia, sulfa drugs, l last week from t visit ln I' .

aDd Your sod Ca. .. .. .. .
penicillin art example physician your Augusta - - - "- - - - -

,'; pharmacist art alert to apply the improved prc ulures at s. ."" ',r t--- ; ;r "
they become available Mr. and Mr*. Lawrence Corlettl .
of New York City are making .
their home at 1207 N. Krome ave. !
AIR CONDITIONED Mr. Corlcttl I I. cnpployed by t I
local welding' shop.


Mr. and Mrs. Lban K. Bishop I I BRANCOR INC:/

r Glades Prescription Shop stay have In returned Ohio_after t six-week I ,


HOWARD JOUNSON. Ph. a
If N. Krome Ave. Phone 64 Mrs Pat Boalrtght/ of Miami! a f
e and children Pat, Jr., and Dixie 1 .f.
Tree, have been visiting tt the, .. Successor Southeastern Rock Co. NatE ftJ gj't J1 +
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home
qf / parents rrrJ
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Mr< nd ilriA Av Campbell. .. '
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Mrs Lon Snlf fen.of Miami and 'II. 11Rock
I children. Jimmy 'and Jane, spentlB3)weei I, r. ; ,

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1 homt yesterday from Pratt Gen:' fn a
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I! I Bill Jacobs and .Miss+ Barbara -
\ : Parrot, student at University of, ;; .' /' 7j4/e''ad/o .
I Miami, spent th* week-end at the J 4
I home of Bill's 'parents Mr, and, k ,a
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Mr* Adrian Jacobs.Mrs. urn pMka awe
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Concrete Rock Road W/M/ Ht"
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from Tulta, Okla., to join her I' arpl ut .
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husband who Is a flight/ Instructor .. ru
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Build I, Mrs. Stone live tt KB N. W. Third .. Pea Rock $ Rock Fill $ .

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the safest and cheapest in the long run. steward second class,; )has d'ill'a' Mr !iWVI, wie3 'ntI<< r rptriir, "i ,,

Strong, sturdy timber makes strong sup'pw'fbrlyour { .rp'liy'e4Jds Ttarl'Jr> discharge. Mr. and after!Mr six*.I ,; ,,', : '. 'We'JJeliuer AnyBRANCOR ''t' here .ttb Ji l ,III"r"""tt;' ., ?

Vann hive arrived from Newport ,.".... '
home-your walls, your floors, your beams, R. L to make their home herewith I ' ' "
Mr. Vann's brother-in-law and : . 'f
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and anywhere else. where quality. slater Mr and Mrs Ceo. Man- .
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add children H. .04; JN Frank,) INC. '
Patty and Joan have returned to ,

:. W. D. Home Co. Inc.. their a visit home with In relative Jacksonville.hen after, .. IL BEAXDEXBfEO, JI, frefc ; Benson Electric ; .


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", i.* UardwarezBuildin ateeriali Benson Electric Hu J' Your A. '
Dependable Dealer
Rock Pit on Redland Rd! South of 3Iowry\ Thone 772-J .
t J H'N.. Krome :Aye Phone 217 Philco Appliances a.l+ fpf ...y5ntN Oldest Electrical: ( Contractor" in...the Rlgne.arMii! : J i

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Six HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 22, i949
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ANNOUNCEMENT 18 MADE OF BETROTHAL[ BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN

I j: J OF ANN MARIE: BROWN AND JACK $Evr FOR MNDA UCOTEN ''I.'
Mr*. R. B. UDoyen ef Hln- <

I I. M a > :Social Events in South Dade . . Un dr. talertalntnl July f In ..,.- .
Mr and Mn. c. H. Brown of Youth feilowahlp. With her par- or of the fifth birthday annlve taary
I Mrieilo are announcing MM ...- pets" she came here six yew ago of her da\*tar, U.... After "

m.*mnt of tMr dew*hter, Ann from' Blrmtogbem. game wen flayed, birthday -
I Marie. to Jpck Uvy ant of Mr. A partner In flatter rotoehen,I cake WM served, with Ice cream.
.IIOIGE-PETERS MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZED (i AT MMIH irrrtt. CHARLES GOSSMAN TO WED DOHI3 BAKER: and "''n. W... B. Ur Of f "- Mr. Levy was graduated In iM Present, beeMe the honoree .
I' PP 8T. JOICTS ClUtCH f land rd No dele hat been act for from Miami Technical High and the hectea were Jean anti *
: IN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PASTORIUM I Silly-five attended the chlcVen OF MIAMI\ \ IN EARLY FALL RITES HERE I the wedding, Pehool where he added photog Frank Hetera,, Mary and Michael" 1Rhetor

dinner held Wednesday tvmlni The bride-to-be was graduated raphy. He I II active In church andacout Gall. Carl) aod Ronnie ,:
".... Miss Wind Joy Peter end: bride had made her home herewith by parWiloner or 8t John' JtpU- The engagement of Miss Doris I Irvin Borden of Miami, parent In June from Redland High work and served M preal- Mash, and Charla k Doyen,
1 Vorgan Hodg, Jr., both of Horoe- her maternal grandparent cop l Church In the perish hail I Donna Maker of Miami to Charle I of the bride-to-be The wedding School where she was active In dent of Redland Methodist Youth
steed, were united' In merrligit Mr. and Mr*. A. J Campbell. She Moving picture 6f hunting in Jess Coleman of Homestead It I will take place In the early fall i dramatic and In the glee club. In fellOKihip. Ife U scoutmaster of The Homestead B P. V, C. will w.
I' t / o'clock Friday evening, July was graduated last year from Africa and a comedy were ahpwn.I being announced by Mr. and MriWaltham. at the home of Mix Baker' her senior year, she was aecretary: she Redland troop .nd, p corporal hold a social meeting Monday ''".
I 15, In the pailorlum of Flrit. Baptist Homnteid High School where uncle and aunt Mr and Mn of the itudent council and president in Company D pf the Florid evening the home pf Mr. Ralph

Church Th. double ring arvin the was a cheer leader nd I MRS. VANN ACTIVE IN V. F. W. AFFAIRS Lloyd W. King of Naranja, with of the Junior Red .Crow National Guard Smith. .
'ass read by the Rex John member of the glee club. In her I I .horn aha has been visiting chapter and she 1 Ii now vice-

JJ. Whllt" pastor Junior year, she wee elected carnival AS PRESIDENT OF STATE AUXILIARIES Mill Baker I II a graduate of president of Redland Methodist

The bride WH flyen In marriage queen She la employed'Inthe I Miami High School. Mr. Ooiaman,
by her father, Henry C. Peter of local exchange of Southern\ Mr* James c. Vann of Home' Arrmnt-Smnh Auxiliary On Wednesday I II the eon of Mr. and Mr*. Jesse MRS. LIVINGSTON HOSTESS
Cord Gables and wit tended( Ball Telephone and Telegraph Co. I stead president of the V. T w. night Mn. Vann *at In on Cowman of W. Mowry rd. A TO METHOP18T >VOMENMr Special Values

by Mrs. Walter BuUlce of Home.iteid The bridegroom I I. a ton 6f Mr. Auxillerlei of Florida, will serve the national committee meetingIn graduate of Homestead High *. S. B. Llvlngiton was. ho.to .-
,/nitron of honor. Mr. HuUke and Mr*. O. M. Hodge of Coconut on the courtesy and gift committee .- Columbus Hotel School he eryed (two years |In .teas the First Methodist W 8.

was best man. The ceremony Palm dr. After graduation I for the national V. F. V. con- Mrs Venn paid an official visit the navy C .. Tuesday night at her borne
wai. witneaied by the brlde'l from RedUnd High School In the I vMUon to begin Au,. II in Miami to her own 11th District at lit at 121 N. W. Third it. Flans were ,
brother, Henry C., (Sonny) Peter, clan of 46, he served 'In the U. Publicity picture were made quarterly meeting Sunday at N. .. 0. o. r. ctours SLATE mid for I combined potluck.upper 'W.eek't": { 'I

Jr., who came here. from Veotppeia. 8 A. Airborne Division In Japan yVednedy Mr. Vann and her T. Rude Port In, Little River. She irrrcK: MONDAY NIGHT and builneu meeting to '
He I I. now luocl.14rdlIh the auirtantl, Mr Erie \ '$
Bridge* and Wa escorted in with the colon be held Aug. 16. .
The brlde'l white ttreetlenglhown Rever Color Laboratory, of Red- Mr. Jime B. Fatherree respectively Increased service to Pratt General The first of monthly potluck Mrs Ceo T. Ranwn directed PEaBECO TOOTH PASTE- ',. :
luppen will be held at I ;
bodice was and made full with skirt fitted of nylon lace land, president and treasurer of Hospital objective was of the adopted auxiliaries aa the whole main o'clock Monday evening by the a short devotional period Mr of. 60c ','fube. $l.OQ Y..luc. 2 for.!........,, "...,...59cPACKER'S
Cecil Dodd' began I review
member of Liberty Rebekah .
j taffeta. A tiara of orange bio' ORFANEDES HOME IS member will give one day e week '
HEADQUARTERS Lodge and the local Oddfellow "New new Of Life" by Eitelle SnA
OLIVE OIL WOo-
some held In place her ihoulder* I eervlce, she .
to ipeclal hospital
Carver which will be continuedat
I In the I. O. O. F. Hall Famllle ,
length Veil, end two lavender and FOR WEEJ purple orchid formed her ahoulder I T. H. Seats dl.lrlccolor bearer, Lobdell Circle volunteered lo
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cotuge.' She wore a pearl home of M", T. Orfanede .trL J. F, Grubbi pt South Mlam1 and Mri. Bridge. "; the madeat serve refreshment on the closing HAIR CARE ....
Plan tor
necklace\ a rhinestone bracelet I wit. headquarter tail week-end and children Dorothy, Barbara On Thursday evening Mr*. Venn supper were day of the church Bible school Cream OIL BotfL.
the regular Monday night Ppc IJalr( Tonic, 50p ,.....5Jp
and l lace and carried ,
j milts a for reunion attended
I, I family by and Eileen; Mr, and Mrs Ceo attended e reception for Mr of the Rebeklh Servingwill Mr. Casper Willlami, president,
white Testament that had been 26 relative Men of the group Mikell, Mr. and Mrs Lonnle Helen Murphy, national president, meeting emphailied membenhlp ai. one e
o'clock. TAWN
at I HAIR GKOOMER
begin promptly McKESSON
used at the wedding of her comIn enjoyed a flihlng party Saturday Alderman and) Miss Jonnie Mae In Pan-American Hotel. Recently of the Important point of the

Mrs Robert Sullivan Her I night, and all enjoyed I picnic Hamilton of Hollywood; and Mr. she returned from ClewlHon MRS. ELVERT LEADS "Advance for Chrlit" program SPECIAL-75C Hair Lotion. 5Tc( Shampoos, .
Imported lees handkerchief was dinner Sunday and Mr, R. where the made official visit ;
r: Grub and chil- an She alas presented a reading. Both for .|39c
BIBLE STUDY
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I gift of her "matron of honor Gathering together for the first dren, Anita and Bobby, Mr. and to District |1.ii After the business session, the
Mr* RuUk wore I gown of time In ten year were: Mr. and Mr, Chap L. McCartney and ion Mr Frank L. Elvery directed Jennie Lobdell Circle adjournedto JERGEN'S LOTION & SHAMPOO-
white nylon over organdy with Mn. H. 0. Arrendal of Jackion- Chuck Mra Orfanede, Louis YOUNG METHODISTS study of the book of John July HIt the home of Misses Helen and ,

jl white acceuorln and I corug vllle and children, H. 0., Jr., Orubbi and Theodore Orfanedei, 'HAVE BEACH PICNIC e meeting of Circle Two of Antoinette Moy. 11,49 value .?...........".....................,...-.89 ""
cf yellow dalilei and Women of Homestead presbyterian lilieS wafer and .' "
Frank Fatty and Joan; Mr. all of Homestead Frozen fruit *
A swimming party and picnic Church at the home of Mn JERGEN'S SOAP-Re. lOc cake I ..28c 4
After the ceremony, Mr. and limeade were nerved by Mr* LivIngiton. f or. '
held afternoonat Holden. Mr Ceo
were Wednesday B. Heath *
Mn.honeymoon Hodge within left on the a alate.one-wek They I JAPANESE GARDEN SETTING FOR BRIDGE I Crandon Park by approximately Bolhel reviewed an article on RAYVE CREAMS SHAMPOO-
I 60 member of the Gateway "The Christian Horn" from the
will make their home pn 12th .t. LUNCHEON IN HONOR OF MRS\ JACKSON Subdlitrlct of Methodist! Youth Presbyterian Survey gradients, green pepper, and fee Tube.. 2 for ...1...........33c I'
I Ip( Florida City. onion. Mix thoroughly and drop :
Fellowships The group met atPerrlne Seventeen were present for the
On July 14 Mn. Rutike and Japanese paritolk and lantemi nay Mri. K. H. Done, ,Mri. J. n'l I Methodist Church and program and the aoclal hour at by spoonfuls Into deep hot lard STAG SHAVE CREAM & BLADES '

Mrs Tom Simmons gave a dinnerfor provided I Japanese garden let- Brook, Mr. A. F. Arthur went to the park In truck and which. Mr*. Holden served light ((360 degree F.). Cook until 60c value ...49cI .
the bridal couple at the home Mr. Edw. L, Krone, car*. refreshments brown Drain on absorbent paper.
.of Mra 'Simmon. Pink hibiscus ling for the bridge luncheon givenIn Yield: J dozen mail fritter '
I end fern decorated the candle- honor of Mri. Edna Jackson of $1 J EVERSHARP REPEATER PENCILS-

lighted table which wee centered Jackson, Ga, on July 7 by Mr.. SERVE SUMMER SANDWICH TREATS Hints to Housewives Apple for Hamburgera i/i off .......... ..n".b0c
I with I wedding cake topped with Bruce E. Neublg and "'I'll. T. A. Hamburger take on an entirelynew

figurines of a bride and bride Moore at the Moore home In LIVER. FRITTERS air' when ground apple I I. REX GOLF BALLS-Rc. 79c. 3 .forGLOVER'S _.$1.98
groom Present, besides those added. Allow 1 medium apple for
mentioned were Mr. and Mrs Coral Giblei.Mr 1 pound diced liver each pound of ground meat DOG l I.,
j James Simmon, Mr and Mr*. *. Tho. B. Royal at whoa 1 tablespoon lard or drippings CARE-
I Brown Phillip. Mrs Ceo. 11. hone Mr. Jackson had been vlilting '4 cup milk Orange Potato Flea Killer 35c. Dog Soap 35c. Both for.49cI

10' Gann Tom Simmons and Clarence won the high wore. prtte I cup shredded bran e The next time you glaze iweetpotatoei
1 Darby. The bride wit pre 1 egg, beaten to serve with a regular
: tented with a corsage of gardenias.Daughter Playing betidethose mentioned r 2 teaspoons baking powder or picnic ham place croi-wl .

. of Mr*. Pat Boatrlghtcf war Mr. Walter Cggeri, Mn t1. tas 1 teaspoon lilt dice of orange on each potato. 1----------
,.. 1 Miami and Mr. Peter, the Ovid Sullivan, Mr*. Landon Car- U teaipoon pepperI You'll find the bt| of tartness a
flour Special Coupon :
tablespoons
Juat-rlght touch.
Vi, cup chopped green pepper I I I II .

M cup grated onion Garnish LambSpiced Worth lie Worth lie J ,

Are You Ready for ThataCatJ Brown Lard liver for deep on each frying fide, In good garnish watermelon for lamb pickle chopi.area I I !

hot lard or dripping allowing .
about I minute total cooking Broiled Bananas This coupon and 5c entitles bearer to our I

!, time. Grind liver Pour milk over To broil banana ** a meatgsmiah I I summer lime I
V treafc a rickey
: : .. ihredded bran to soften, then add rub first with lemon Juice with sherbet :

N J I to liver, Add egg and dry In- and butter. .t . .>, .. i 1 *. i rhF lie **' :.*:' ',.I,tVrertt <:. "'ft&OT. '''Worth lo '41' I. .; I


Let clean vacation clothes and park |L ..l
u your Needlecraft Newscg _ ....,_ _ .. _ I I
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them in transparent carrying: bags Garment to
ekes Miunwe weather rttchr the wee knew blliUrlntf. stage! ,
q wear easily rjioscn from transparent container. back rrfrwhlnf amb are I IndlratnL A ee l-aa-a- sandwich platter
whtrh fcalum a variety ef adoring meal lapplnri mar than Alia. tee by NunC Ratter I f
)Dust-proof and damp-pro& MIL 8<*vrd with rrlipr totate chip and colorful relish,. IheM appetite '' .t DIXIE DRUG
,t, r kaalog ....*.kbM Wept Methur an* the family al.ke. V SBtACII

59c & 69c errrMorlri *,;'pirllrularly} .altrielly this *ummer-*ed wry uta\
If )'.u... tryinto rut turners on four bu MEAT same of duce, articles jourwlf. Yen will probably.. U happily, eurpriwd al the
Toot garment are insured agalnit 'Theft, Fire, Windstorm, mulia.One. Phone SO We Deliver

and Water Damage while In our poueilon. C of the lilrd. trends
Ted U I....,hWrl' It .the Mole
towel One aide! < ef she Hole -
tan be eade.t a inly j I
J TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERSW. printed rotun with she

oil,", aide herd with Irrryrlolb. WHEN IN NEED CALL ON US.
In this, wax you ran ;o ,
W. ,every, Manager Itrrlrh eul .n the.. terrycloth yr '+, s
.. Eo Fleet Ave Phone IIII .f drape. It around P
ytu lo ward all the bliMrfInf ''

ass from Iritdre houl Homestead Loan Co.
tIre and arnia. A malrhlnfJriw.lrini . .l' '.
.brarh bag ran aIN
etude of the name print
lined with either Irrry cloth
., pli.tlr. A pla.llr fil>rleU v 205 N. Krome Ave. Phone 113
4a partirularly pond f.r lira
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In* because you ran ferry 1
Jewelry Repalrlag sa your wc| rwlni: I rail I M lewd t Collateral Loan.s-p.OO to $300.00
Premises 4
with n* fear of nieMurerottilna
WhalbtlM JlII1t ef (ktontal .ihrauah. ;
: Elgin, Bulevt Ml e
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Skits pate' eelorrdIrrry
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A. Thill a waj. kidney drip Other Nationally Advertised rltlh, will be errs al
Where 4ea the cut eeaM free WATCHES the shore Ihla pear In .brarkceali a '
al now to H MoaUtlaoT and rapre.TIw.. nylnrani '
I A. The veal kidney chop la cut from GIFT JEWELRY treat abort elbow. e
the rib and of loin,in la a loin chop lrn th ankle
cut to contain a eroaa-eecUon of the DIAMONDS napes ::.r.y: o ran A
kidney. choose your Irnalh arrwd.ln Let Us Supply Your
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Q.. Un abHld thin est is prepared, II. E. Arnaud lo ihe drrre thai you ,
.i A. The Veal kidney chop should be bum .r Ian. The .riall'
braised a* should ,U real chop pattern eempanlea have
II 8. Krone Ave.hlYt .
or steak alnc TeeJ'liu Uttla many. II)I.. In Ihric calaleguel. from. arrewwlra this yea remplrle ihe fro.i
Brown the meat in a aanaU a nt'i: "1 liiih, yon ran rbnue.Brarh i jest by rrochetinyeorwif a paint( Il
) Insist hat fat. When browned,, add a small Mss: iiMially. curry all arts *f Dillrrina (warn slippery, By makin| Lawn and Garden Needs '
on Quality amount of liquid IH tttp and oook nphern.imwee llama, sac tan your own ihln.iomhi\ !:| alylei,
toe meat lowly, with the pan tar- ; DTnttae lotion, make Si. eewh, liaises, lowrl.Hiknry lor. and falwlrt op will aanmdf '
reed until the chop* are tender.Ttitstekne \ parse and eves Imwh. Whhweh a retain arcs TI.N'sripslippers( .
GroceriesI from 4t to M minutes.r a mlilure ihinea are liable' le tWMiw tad h .I'r'Pi': :: an
But mat wlih she new'syle rollon. and
: mined up. rola..f Power M6wers\
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I v n .U*. On the ouulde II .,Mla a drip Irlminril with are '
..rkrt In whirl you ran ar..p win ere sod for the bottoms If yes
roomy suits|within ..., rrarh that we trill would .like lo Main diwUnm for Lawn
Mid men of! . bans making lhre PEACH Stll'I'IRS. |last Mowers\ ,
GROUSE & BURRCabinet al>o l evenly; .r.vti.tt': seed a lamrtJ.. arlf. l a are
save :
may penny hoiildrr urapa aced thoort.r ants for .... lo she' Nmllrwork rut..nt of! : ? Lawn
hand rarryin Ihi4 paper. and mil for Leaflet N. Sprinklers
here and a penny there Shop a bile vas re rookie your ow .....Ia 't;4S55. '


elsewhere, but is it worth Building & Remodeling .J . . 1 -. Garden Hos;'.,j.:>'ufr \ . '


WeldingSILVER Grass Shears . ;
difference ---
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rAUf'$ >-l MI. WEST OF 0. 8.1 11. Hedge Shears 'I' ; 1
when get inferior ; ,
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'. Fridahli)' 22, 1f49 1! lEADER.ENTERPRISE
HOMESTEAD
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UiIIIIIHI..IIIDIIIIHNlNIW aDd aoclal program to b* (given In by Oee. T. Resort. tar an astir during dry spall Potash also La-

UM old South Methodist. Sunday r'eaP U 4ta< Md Tb* .**.I awe. well filled kannis .to owe*'' fttJ
. school: building Mrs. Oao. E. .oacd fleW I* put tt the MO. grains, give. rigidity'to the atraw: N skMt M4 t Reel( bread a***. 'aMarsh
20 Years Ago Heed and Mill Thelma Redd will act* Reason Mown 4ssd on ICigsMlghwey. and alau m functioning. oj CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING t. R. Reels, | bUcks free Wat. I.. : '

give readmit, Mrs tank Skill, . . .. I chlorophyllPotaah .. have email tractaf
Mir glade land, ate buyer Mr
Aim Polk
and Percy Maly
Dr and Mr*. J Archer Smith might be considered Ie I
will Nag, and Mra. Newt O .U 114 a Ua.. MAOTIFVL ORCKIGB. 110 A. potato lead I
... "r..1M and Antler, will loses or stand between nitrogen and phosphoru araitoM
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...= ::.. will m & Kran AT.. fk. Ill
election at all
....ew. r tad r.adn.ms.d play a violin aolo . their annual va *i*.n. They will since It tends to slow dews!I time Homestead Floral
...-w. 1--In.. f.ad.l.er ear Jaw ww *, will be presented by the visit In Kane City with Mr effect resulting from evceattv Ir and OUt Shopp, m N,W 4th '\-,

14. int. Mrf IMf* 0... 1t. IHl.vttk Redland District" famous Lyon Smith brother-in-law and sister, nitrogen and to prevent the t04l | and l-bedroom fumleheiklteheneM I coca Ind eve. (grit)
...Mw. ..!..-.. nil.< a>U.f..., ua.MiM Brothers quartet and by the White Mr and Mrs. Stanley Caspar after rapid maturity often Induced b,: CARD! OF TlIANKaMr cottage ReaonaM Stone quartet composed of Dr rate Pleaaant ground for chll, Homestead Glass C .'-Glaat for
which Dr. Smith will 10 to Rodte too much available phosphate
Greet
Bartabu far Place
Badness
Livingston MMnro Bob Glenn, .. dren. Redland Court, Ph. 2I4-R-4. an purposes We do steel tubMttai
fertil .
ter, Minn, for poet graduate All commercial potasetc and Mrs. R. H Worl.y wish
|-room frame house I lot' M
on ,
IIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIiIIII/ I Ceo. T. Ranaon .and. Man (!ll-tf] ( and liilnf
Percy
ley study at Mayo Brother hospital""Sirs. ter material contain their potash I lo think their friend for there Kl N. Xrom ofntne&1 coconut and palm, peach: and

"Lee Freed, 7T-yr-eld Home- ? W. E. Rhentjr and small In water soluble forms, which i. many kindnesses shown them I new bait-bag cement miss.... avocado tree, chicken yard

mid pioneer, died of apoplexy ithi Donald"Lightning struck and killed daughters, Vsra and Ann, have I readily' available to plant Source I during Mr Worl.,'* recent ..lines Ph. 147, rower-Crow., (IIIJILt]); t'ONCaIn BLOCKS an lINe I Ii ,','00.
Boone, Il-year-eld ion of Include muriate of potash (pots' *.
horn S. W. ." returned 'rom'Iratlon trip to
on Sixth .
Brua'A
*
are. ; Block
"Councilman Mr Ind Mr Stanley Boone, aa South Carolina and north Floe alum chloride), 41 to M per ten I IpotA.b t 'Jerry Mower. Call Doug a'i Phone Co. Nuranlt, Fl*. I-bdroom block building, l-room
John Victor died he and hit brother, Charles, 10, Ida ." which comes from flee r 147. 120 N. W. lib tt (HOtf:I 673 I II house, food) yard, II avocado, ..
at his Flike Manor home :' ought shelter from I thunderstorm Mexico,, crude rtrnsllite, sulfa. Cemetery & Mausoleum\ palm and coconut tree In yard
'Dora to Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
"CelebfaUap of the union of the on the porch of a vacant of potash, sulfate of potash snag| .. ItjOOR SANDINQ aDd FINISH ....00.
North hind' South Methodist house on N Kfome rd .* Martin of Homestead wi July 8'' nests and kalniteSreeadarle. Woodliwn Park Cemetery FOR SALK lNOlIIItaU oak and pin noon l-room block: house I lot, ready
churches'' In Htfrrittleail will lake an eight-pound daughter, Iris 1280 ft. W. BUi St Well asphalt and rubber sea, linoleum,
"A 100- re tract till been Bell. .." I lit out In fruit' tree, good place
place Friday night at t banquet offered to fan American Airways I 1I.It now generally admit!I Phone f.'lI'A DV Ph. Hl-W, night lI7.W. 0* orner for stare, land scarified
"Mr. and Mrs E. A. Ennls and Will trade Ml Chevrolet heav,;,
A wide selection of cemetery lot
that for normal development t l and smooth, ".DOO.
son, Brtica, are pending the (urn. duty stake track, fully equip'.
tt moderate
plant require carbon, hydrogen. price available from 6 A. food rock land ready to I Call and investigate' Beat bargain .
pUnt
bull
500
mer In their native Canada .. l large untold cemetery acreage. pad, $2. for property or '
oxygen nitrogen, Iron, mangartsae l-room house and foundation In town.
"Mr and Mrs O C. RadfoH phosphate. potassium, calc. Community mausoleum of ..TI. net*, from Homestead to KuWed ;,. for another broom house.
Mr
Hamll J. R. BCVIS
Give take N A
announce the birth of a ton ..n crypt and niche. or
um, magnesium, sulfur, boron,,, John Huaky. Tenn.
M" between.
July Ii.." ton, 1239 S. Bayihor Dr, Miami I block from bank
and tine Without going I Coconut Palm
copper i and Silver\ Palm
e 12, !Ton Ph. 2-9141 (pl22j]
"Mr*. Lee H Lehman wa hos too much Into the role each 01': FOR RENT drives. (pill)
tea to the Rain or !Shin Club at 1] the** play jn plant growth "W e ,
new
T ft. Frlgldalre, practically
a delightful outing- In Miami might say a word or two abou 1 MISCELLANEOUSDOBRE '
Call at 506 N. W. 7th.t. JIll I
Beach ." some cf them.Magnesium WANTED
( ( has been found 'to, Working man and wife or alnfle DISTRESS BALE

1 heV FERTILIZER be very Important to good citrus I woman to rent apt for $IUO Lot E. of Krom av*. near lib .l : normal permanent ....w.
production Some hive slid that mo. Mr. John Husky, Tennessee and highway, with E. frontal I-bedroom, modern CBS horn! Not faster, not cheaper, but
(Continue from Fag. On) Florida' tremendous per tree Increase rd between Coconut Palm and Clear UlI,. $350. 19 S. E. Fin I practically 'stew on NW 17th better Ruth Hairdressing Studio,

'It' from the soil, and unless sol of citrus Is due particularly Silver Palm drive (p22)] ) IV*. (122)I, at. Owner says h* MUST SILL Phone J5Z jj-tf)
organic matter I I. maintained, nltrogen I to the us* of magnesium Th this month; snap an offerl

ELI RIV must b* replaced In the Citrus Experiment Station recommends Year 'round-two apartments on Luggage trailer, take new, $,5
NptP01Nt form of fertlllter, or deficiencies 3% magnesium oxide forever Redland Farmllfe School Road Phone B21-M (122) - - HARDEN Ktullni, Undactplnl.

EH MiXES will occur. Plant deficient In 4%" nitrogen Magnesium I I. For Information, call Hollywood topsoil, polling toll, send, rock
oK s nitrogen have I yellow color I the key element In the molecule 4122 after 8 p m or writ Box 5-cr tract on Krome Av*. flu Ph. I4S-R. Writ Rt. t,. Box
NpMIt.T 9Jl Source of chlorophyll. Um tree respond Iknson Electric Has rue; CLOSE IN-fl.MO and 14-A, Hom.tead.ADro .
of nitrogen are: well to magnesium oxide. 472, Danla, Fla. pj29)) upl

I I. Nitrate nitrogen, which It Copper also Is an Important HOTPOINT .

readily available lo the plant )ji plant element, but It'U best applied Room and board available at $15 APPLIANCES - - !\ RtPAIR-QuIck service.
also readily leached: out by rain. AU work guaranteed Price"
i wk Charles Graham house
a The
( spray.BRAVE ,
Nitrate I nitrogen I a derived from Black Point at Dixie Highway Princeton, r.... 441 Pram house on 1 *('teI on reasonable. Robert J. Brook,
nitrate of soda, which U whit, Robert rd., Just north of Palm
*Ilv' : a ,. south of Ooulda. J22tf) Krome Avenue ONLY |4,tOO
LI Drive, Florida City Phone U4 W
f01t grainy material and tt YOUR TERMSI .
l t. Ammonlacal nitrogen, which AKC registered Corker Spaniel

I.I derived from sulfate ammonia 2-bedroom apt, furnlihed Phone pupple H M. Stephens,. N. PAINTINQ decorating, waterproofing -
520R. Corner Redland Roadand
ammo nitrate, liquid ammonia, Krom between Grossman Dr. FOR COMPLETE REAL and glaring McLean,
Mowry SL (J8tf)
u ammopho and cal nitro, Is nitroI.n SEanaImmediate and Eureka Dr JSTATE8ERVICI.: .* phone 748-R. (pjyl, )
combined In the form of am.montt .
v' 'bf.Wel or its compound It It 1 store building located at 231 S. Perfection aluminum Jalousie, RICHARD FUCIIS

a soluble In water but I I. let apt to Service Flader av*. Ph. 05 (J10-H) wood and aluminum blind W* Reflitcred Brokeror Grove mowing Cart Endllch, Rt.

leach since It hit a tendency to InstalL Lower prices, better ser 1, Box .481, homestead, (old
I Mcome' fixed by other toil constituents Room and board, $11 wk. Ph. trie*. Phone 81-2304. Florida John H. Hal, Salesman Utchwortb pan, Kings bwy.)
It must be converted In Prices 503-R (mJOtf) Venetian Blind Co. 1240 N W Ph. 441 or 'l5'-W P.O. Bog 'B3 (flu)
I the toll Into nitrate nitrogen before Reasonable 17th ave, Miami (pill) Member of Chamberof

pltntt can make us* of ItS Commerc

Organic ammoniates, which Workmanship FLOOR SANDING and FINISH.
ire animal and vegetable mater- Quality INO, Install oak and pin floor,

all- such at Chicago sludge or NEW DODGE CARS 1M TNN llW'tI'I' TOUNT 0. TNd iphalt and rubber tile, linoleum.
ttltonteed meal. Nitrogen her I.In Is on .....:nNTH: Jt11.ICIAt. t'IIIC'urr etrIA,5IIA Day ph.. Ml-W; nlfht IttW.WI ,
complex organic compoundssuch IN Nn rocs DAUB WIJN.OkOllOIC .

.* protein and I I. for the ENGINE OEHIUtJL IM CkANRkIYlllr/

mOlt part Insoluble In water o and TRUCKSy L... FRUT", rhlnUff.JURtKJ. : DO reliable witch, repalrm

I These material may be used o (: .* .KH,. H .., ** III.of. Wood Jewelry, McCrory Arcade .
I, directly but must be converted MOTOR TUNE-CF &/ ...... (iMtf)

through decay Into soluble form 0 Immediate Delivery Tate TATh'lfluIIJI' I
Some of these material, such at FRONT END ALIGNMENT IHARIU: : M. BRUU *.. I.KM A B
MHl. Kto *tf*, AlMM. MusltlWILLIAM '
hoof meal and ground leather o rj amiss. abuts' Ml: IF YOU HAVE anything to HO J

mutt be treated with steam or PAINTINGBODY ,Club CoupeFour.oor 7..;ClltR.'aUri II..... alliM.Voir or If you: need anything vest
|
lufurle add to make the nitrogen 0 the Swap Shop. W* buy mat
Sedan
available) Other examples of or. AND TENDER . ....... ... ARt! HFRtlT NOTtriKD ANDRIMiUJItlU Ireaia &at.CIOd ondlUen, itove*...
..
IMW.MIn
ray
M haWM.
*
REPAIR ... ... ... ; ..;;
nltf ammonlatm) which produce ? ? "rwJDOor Sedan I. .>"'... MUM I. tIM ,... W th.I lei boie etc. Th. Swap Shop,
nitrogen are castor pomace, dried O, .eha. Clrmlt. Own. 1>>0... Owmr. 127 8. nailer Av*. Homestead f
blood. packing house tankage. SEAT COVERS s Business Coupe awls FlwM P1, rM U.,Uw M*.e*-h.ip: hut UM Hi:n.,Ml-W Phone 4.T i
fish meal, meat scraps and Peruvian o J.lr.M.0.: )aye, to.... aill .( .,...wllius >
1 .nloot M .... .
pa
guano. UPIIOLSTIaINGtJNDEaCOATlNG r;:.t.:. a iMrt>... Mil M lfcT7l.li.M. .

4. A fourth nitrogen source t includes 0 sleet._...w tIM tllwil&M.. I. hill' n.te Hill ., Floor Binding and flnlihlng.
ll09 U.32I the chemical compounds NEW Trucks fM >l"l*' will k* Man u _(..*.. ar Asphalt and rubber tile. Phon
and contain 0 117-W. (mchBtf)
They
urea cyanlmld muse
PORCELAINIZlNaLUBRICA TviHtr l"** (III I* TwilrW >
I nitrogen In the amide form and /.tQn Pickup eta ore) iMlwIra. >r Hlurb. T..
0 U i w MIAMI SAND a nicvitto .
I Ire classed a* organic fertilizer al- axe OOHPAhra BUSIIIVIHIONf I ,
hough they are simple) non-pro nONGENERAL 1 Ton Stake, Dual Tires _... is ,..,...hlp IT *.n*, SEE ALEX LANIER for well

Mixer Included! loin compound Through bacterial 0 /i-ton'! Cab & Chassis 11.1.R.nn c-rirlM).. tttti sad tot.Mu.rlslw:to drill In,. Corner Krome ave, I /
REPAIRSA
! iction they are changed Into am. ,hInes. 150) a5... __ .. Mas.rota . ind N.!:. 10th it Phone BS8-W.

I tf.i,It'i truly; o wonder-wlm!You monlactl\ and nitrate forms. o BUMPER-TO .NY- er sun roc.shall e5tstHtts M d14Md subs sets Is the a
COMPLETE
get .Ik* f.m*ui Hamilton koch PheapberasPhosphorous N.wrlrl .......11.....".. a stew
BUMPER SERVICE .
Mixer with.viiibl food 'ret a I 11 found In every 0 Used Trucks ."h.Tr.I&: tots I'M' D.1.Mr :W. JM:*.Psis.A, Pr. : WANTEDWill

t control..:'. ... . .i 34.2S living cell and I* essential both BUDGET PLAIN IF DESIRED I.... I ItATMFRMANCUrk ,

Hotpoint Electric Rang, $239.957lotolivolu plant and animal nutrition. Adiluate .. PAY AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKER 1916 Dodre Pickup 'el Ik. clmlt Cart
\I ... _. amounts of phosphorous In In H airs! as. buy all the wood rote you
o 1946 Chev. l/rton'! Cab and Chassis I/ray' clue. hav. Writ R. Wlrth, BSD Mal.
and ..
. . $274.:0 loll favor rapid plant growth SERVICE ((1'1..1t rare art
'10.. II. Julp 1,1. It It Sea) U* ave. Coral Gables) ,. Fla (pJJJ
and
development hasten fruiting 0 1938 Ford 1'!/}.ton Stake
,;;: 444$
,you SAVE ., ,$ improve quality of the vegetation

Animals fed on plant grown on

.. iCool Clean Convcnlentjnd tolls of low phosphoric content Bird Chevrolet Co.
grow poorly and develop diseases

sfconomlcal HOTPOINT ''Range that can be corrected only by sup- 117 N. Krom Are. Donovan Motors Inc. FHA LOANSArranged
to their
lying more phosphorus
,tyorpolnt brings you a dost of exciting features stion Plant deficient In phosphorus Homestead. Fla. ,

i ii this super-ronge . features you can count usually develop a purplish Phone 91

bh and depend on for cool, clean cooking! or deep reddish color In the o Homestead Tel 378

e:...'.....tlc On* Twn...l". e I MMMft1 $.rl,<, CMktef /'. laves 22 Years WithChevrolet
CMIrtt /Heel* Rock phosphate from which
a CMlmie twfec/ TM leap C NM, I ln,re.14 c.,...* VUIlKtrk early pas fertilizer phosphorus I.I Without Cost
Click' e t.Q" Thrift Iaekge derived In deposit
"t. now occur
throughout the world Florida ,has Overseas Bait & To You

rich deposits Raw rock phosphate
Brand New
In Itself It of low nutrient value
,1t 444n7 1 and must be treited .with sulihurlo 1 Tackle ShopCOMPLETE

acid to make the Insoluble 11. O. Barber

( t. p Only $23.00 Down ,4 p'f ricslclum the monocilclurn phospnit form.available Rock In a REEL REPAIR ROD AND 'D001.e6ticSEWMACHINES

$246 a W.ekl. hospital thus treated with sulihurlc General Contractor-Licensed and Insured

acid 11 I called aupefpho- I TN0A0BDnlata e FISHING Phone 176-W JlomesteadRhodes'
.t.tI ph.1e and has a phoaphorle con pI1W S INFORMATION

tent of 20 percent Triple super i jd0TH1a1A
phosphate II I raw rock phosphate ,
8. Reams AT*. Ed Paoettl
which has been treated with

liquid phosphoric acid Instead of New Low Prices t

Electric sulphuric acid. It* phosphoric NEW HOME MAKERS'I Begin .at
; Benson content I I. 40 to .48 per cent Triple GarageIf.

super I Ia therefore better for ship-
I peeler $119.50
Adidlance pin long distances In view of -
p.ndeble rkaea 141an. 0 E. Ilk ST. and lat AVI.Of .
Your high freight rate Try Us When You NeedA ( Halt* Clamber af CWUBMW Bid*.)
Th first source of fertilizer

phosphate was bone meal )but Haircut or, HARRISREFRIGERATION AUTO TRUCK TRACTOR REPAIRING
-
with a pbosphort content pf only

I. per cent and a limited' supply, Share I CO. Raped Weetrwkb. OaaraaUedPhone
centering about the big meat
j to Iftlrat _._. ... tie 141 N. Lease FK IN '
tacking plants- say nothing
. Dr. Leonard: i\v: Ilukin'' ; bout 'long-haul freight this Shar ________ SIt 6115 (Night, 115-M)

I' sours baa become prohibitively haaspo. (Medicated) LN WO JOB TOO MAL - 2'0 JOB TOO BIOURNER'S
Iknion Electric Has .
.........** ran 108........
nth., aad ......... ad ,,expendve.reach 0/ ONTIwAfrs Facial Pack 75*
aASKti
Phil 0 Appliances GLASSES! I The dependence of all safe upon You Maaaac plain) lie

t I 141 N. E.: 1st St, Miami. n" I Ir' potassium t* a* self-evident ts It OmbhutUa Facial ._ tie

PrlneetM, Ph. Ill P:(Mil>.AirPHONE Ghar..d Ie with both nitrogen and! phos- ir ,.u ar* a X.wtamtr t* DM Tent ____ It 5 5IIerman

r S L........ .. ...SlttlMM .. ."........J hat*. Potasalum I II found In all Nele.'oe'. : Xrm c4.Mottxr.MV.IMM.v.a u Mastacb Trim ....... I** Ph.1 609-W
animal tissues.LU a .a' ta UM toy frluM
--r nitrogen and phoaphorut, aaer.n, ma' ;ubIM Skaair (ruin) ______ M* FUNERALffitour rt
.....IM Meal e.rchanr. se Marks\
wtash must be in 'the available as eer- M O.od.ul. Mw e
lvtlwf.I' Mbn of tits r.e
form. The presence of an adequate weeats.
M *
supply of polish In the toil promote (IK.uo WmNr .il your w.i.I. .
.one w. as ... ... ..*.. BUSH'SBarberShop
y Ibr Y m ors n rw edeCMap the health and general lrt.nr.d. M4 arraMa ..
/ an nr
: . M* quality of th* plant Insure grant raar .. Benson Electric Has
'. rux>a CIII'lnJlGl" tt. efficiency In photosynthesis.Increase .tjj: Ambulance Service lIcle

. ".1it. rc..... II.. Mrf.,' ..... ;, s, : resistance to certain Welcome WagonMrs. Philco Appliances t

a; u.,.,* \I:; i' . :s. ::. diseases. offset the effect of aaversupply OP*, city tun ki / Cremation
/ of nitrogen and help Geraldine 3
CtdwtyFk.
'
.,. .the plant to utilize oil moisture gU-J ''P.aaat... .'. '. .PrIn&ee. T0.141NNM.M.M_ Phone 270 Homestead, Fie4"

more advantageously, particularly .

t

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f Efahf H01tt STEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 22, 1941
--

10-Day Free Trial on G.E Dishwasher' KEY WEST\ PLAYS Local Buick Manager Previews Special CLUB BETS MNEFTT nUll Saturday July M .at Semi I
.
I KIw&nlaM are selling tlrkeU I I Theatre as s fund- )
FISI>NG NEWS' I \ I for the midnight show to be held of UN Florida City Club "
Written Up by Time Mag.-Wright HERE SATURDAYBr Model to Be Displayed] Next Month\ ,

ay rACETn a.1 DEITZ i .

General Electrics Mw pAabls. |nc.. which la. ttw. distributor for I R. T. Murray. manager et Preston at Buie 'a most lataorUnt. fuUfledfed Genuine :
tactrtc dishwasher, which wa ao' all Florida, baa announced a free I KENNETH GftAVE B Bird Motor Co.. local Buick dealer cooveolion stales
Tide Table far Tsrernkr revolutionary that It 'written trial whereby one of the new appliances Adams Dairy team of Key! Wilt dealer went to Atlanta on July. before the .ar.
Week at laI.II.1I waa can be put into homes will play Homestead here Saturday 19 to attend a preview of the new The Special, Buick lowest-. Buick-Pontiac
up In Time magazine will be Installed without obligation I ; will i
apartments
or night Buick Special model which priced model, was reported to be
High Low for a ten-day i ire* trial and without putting up a down I IJIII'll'ltllt be Introduced to the public next completely redesigned It has been
July SI_ Ula.m., 111II.ors, until after it has been' Tuesday night Horn downed ParU
mt .
ported In the home of prospectlts v. P W month. eagerly awaited by the industryJlnce
Tot: p.no 1212: p.m. amply tatted In the home It satisfactory 1J-I A home run and a the former
purchaaer without. obligation doubt by John Pokomo the Some iW dealers! from the Atlanta model went out
July 24. 1:21: sin. IH: 101" without down payment, It can be purchased; U victors' attack Dick paced I eons were present at the of production last December
and Edward
I got
TII: II m. IU: p.m If not It can be returned I alodaIon\ held at the Bill J. B Crouch, tone ,
two of the four managerpresided
July 2S_ 1:11... announce Olin P. Wright of Wright declares. that the new hit off James Service All (lakes
: IOII.m.: Simmons for V F W more hotel a meeting described and, with his staff, re-
1:3': p.m 1:00: p.m. Wright Electric In in .dverUe*> dishwasher .la revolutionary in Its eyed to dealers technical enddescriptive
July 21.11 a.m. 2:48: I.m. ment on Page I of this |a>0e. simplicity of operation, Its low Friday night Mitchell overcame data on the Special '
which home a 7-1 lead to beat V. T W .-8. GM Cars
cost permits
1:21: p.m. 1:41: p.m "Th. new 0-S electric dlih- every Francis Sklner because of wet grounds.BUadliifs which they obtained during a ,
to enjoy It, and In the fact that cored when the
July 27. .. 1:411.m.: 1:32: I.m. washer li considered an Innova V. F W catcher field sales organization convention ,
\ now i dlshwashetIs on the market dropped the ball W L CD Pet In runt, Mich, July II Expert, e T
IIt:1I: p.m, 1:11: p.m lion In the electrical appliance to U
lJlI1 28..10:381.m: 4U: I.m. field because It I u portable and that does noOiaye to pe In* lo end an B-8 t1. Mitchell ._S 1 ...... 83J Talks on films were presented by factory-trained
tailed and can be moved. about Monday game between Mitchell Home _.6 I I 628 Buick
IIt.DI p.. 4H: p.m. does not have to be plumbed In top management coveringall
'' from place to place and V K w. wee postponed V r W..O 6 5 .000 phases of MechanicsFeint\
July ZI. .11:17:: a.m. 3:03a.m: or specially Installed, Mid manufacturing engineering I
11:41: p.m 1:31: p.m Wright 'It operates. merely J>y sales and merchandising. ---... .
putting a connection to the faucetof \ \
Shep Holland\ and Fred Howell the kitchen sink and punning Mtldcw-Killrr\ Found
fishing out of Saunders Camp a button. Dishes are washed, Made-in-IIomestcad\ For Painted Surfaces and BodyWork K :.
In Sound caught
Saturday Long rinsed and dried .
41 trout. "In order to permit all Florida Oslnesvllle, July 21:"' Mildew on \
Mr. and Mrs. C. E Blunders I homes, whether they are rentedor painted surface not only makes .
fishing in Joes Bay and Trout I owned, to try one ol the new Ready-Mixed ConcreteConcret them unsightly but also keeps the UpholsteryFurniture
Creek on July IS caught II trout, dlthwashera, General Appliances. paint from protecting them as i. .
II snappers and a jack Using a long It otherwise would, says and IceBox
rod and reel with live shrimp for her son Dill, fished all day July and Erdman West, mycologist with f
bait, they made their catch In 10 at. Molasses Light and caught I the Florida Agricultural Experiment / Refinishing .
three hour US pounds of fish All the fish II I Station .
Mold or mildew can be killed Porcclainizlnff
Herman Marks, Dot Clemmnns, were snappers except four yellow. 1
,.
on painted surfaces, either indoorsor
!Ulls The party finned from the BlocksNow '
Art Rubin: Ann Rubin, Allen out, .
by
stubbing the .urr.cewith
cruiser, Dnrothy, owned by Capt
.
Left and Ben Left, fl hln with a 1 to 100 solution ot
corrosive
P Q JrIlelle
Capt P. O Finder, Jr, aboard Finder sublimate (bichloride of t
the cruiser, Dorothy, caught 79 mercury), he adds, Dissolving: We new have various models at new 1149 Buick and Pandas a* I
snappers, three yellowtails and retry three tablets In a pint of water' eur floor and can make Immediate delivery
two grunts at Molasses Reef on gives a satisfactory solution j
In the kitchen of the Meek I 4
July 11
Mr and Mrs.. Vernon Turner houwhold the little woman was Ready : Ve'r.; : West sublimate cautions Is I USED CARS ?
with and whilein
busy pots pans
and Mr and Mrs Herbert Turner that this disinfectant should be:
fishing out of the Coot Bay ranger the parlor the 'lord and m".j Immediate Delivery applied with brush or swab and I 1919 Ford Sedan Coupe-cue -drhe, 'I
ter" Of the establishment ta.
itatlon caught IS snook, 40 snappers must be kept away from childrenand 8,000 nU-l,495 .
subdued hit
with
converse neighbor I
and a jewflsh on live shrimp, pets He cautions also thatin
Saturday, Mr. Thompson"I the case of casein or resin \ I
thought you wife name was Anywhere paints' corrosive sublimate
Jlmmle Roberts, Art Hall and Susan," observed Mr Thompson,I cause undesirable discoloration may, Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
Charles La Grant trolling around "
"why do you call her Peggy necessitating small or trial tests. '.
Caesari Creek Saturday caught "Oh," replied Meek, "Peggy's alittle before large areas are treated .
8. Krome at Slh St.
a 12-pound, a 18%.pound and a I Phone III 4
pet name I have for her I After the swabbed surface has
barracuda When
37-pound they He leaned forward and droppedhis I become thoroughly dry It may be
reeled In the 12-pound rude they I .
voice almost to a whl.per.I repainted ;The mycologist
had only half of It, as it had. been "You see Peggy Is short for 1'1'1.1' i that I the paint contain suggests a J
sawed off by another rude Concrete
Inc.
asus, Pegasus, was an Immortal I Supplies disinfectant to prevent recurrenceof
8. 8. Beam, Mr and Mrs Basil steed; and an Immortal steed Is I the mold. Some paints sold In :' i
Ooode and guests from North an everlasting nag' !" the South have the material incorporated
Carolina, Kenneth Mayhew, Kath And then In a louder voice Cor. 8th St. & F.E.C. Railroad Homestead I at the factory Mold. DAVIS
rlne Mayhew, Kenneth Mayhew, "Yes Peggy, I'm coming right] .. preventive materials which can

_Jr, and_Mrs.___it_E. Wilson__ _and away'" be mixed In ordinary paint art
u wad .w hv, .oil_ t are ."....Int.... manufac.-
turn as "mold stops" or fungus I
1 .. killers OF BALTIMORE :

n"'" ''fI $.t t.r c whir tlas ( When repainting kitchens or
,arlit'I, ; t other rooms where food Is prepared .
Mr. West suggests the use
of-a non-loxic mold preventive. HOUSE PAINT ;; \

Weighty Problem .1Is
: The shop foreman was returnIng -
_Ir home from a dinner party i HSELFCLEAMN4 "
given by the officials of a local
automotive supply house Pleasantly .
glowing from the effccti ol

1Ii: he the found liquid great cheer. difficulty he had imbibed In unlocking -, I. i

h /I the door to his hou.. ( r

Finally a-passing policeman, asked
If he could assist by handling the We cab "controlled ',
r .
f.dl f. key w
chalkingmil M0nrdeu'roble >
E1MiLLt "Nope" said the shop foreman t
"I can hold the key; you hold the / charoctarlitlc!

r l house."-Ex. DAVIS I of good outside paint .

1 He'* Safe'! that ollowa lurfoc par'
1I Truck Dispatcher: "I'd like to
I place an ad offering $700 rewardfor tklei to powder prod

! "the return of my wll,'. pet 1'abd 'JDR dlC 4 uolly and wash off 'In
I cat 1'
Newspaper Adtakcr: 'That a .., taking the dirt
( mighty big reward, air, for one RICHER IN PUREelonq wllh "Naea.
little old csf t
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one You see, I drowned It,"-Ex. LINSEED ANNUM '

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I r t no installation costs . 119 1 plumbing>> IUMINAUaiuc Quality point Is at much matter of pretUe'formvtoNon/ ei of

no wiring . no extras of kinda4 choice /ingredients Thais why you do better tojplways Iraiit. .
I a4 a4ii any on Davit of felrimort READY MIXED f,,Int., ;;' !
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pal as Iittlea TWO SHOWS DAILYi 7 and I P M Phone Ne. HI f-
"B per meal;: .: -:;;:: SATURDAY and SUNDAY ;nIo..a. I UU IL ,
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OUTSIDE Admission. Adults Night Ski| Matinee/ (UU S .. m.), Me.Children .
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' ho MeerSe FRANK BUCK'S ORIGINAL ,

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"'+ J\J'' , ? And TIM HOLT, JACK HOLT, NAN LESLIE In
Iu re C-E dish"ashose who rent t ) ; 5' "ARIZONA RANGER"

tt / r .J PlOW.1 wale yore-7. ..j
smalles' .
t" t litd SUNDAY and MONDAY J l" (4 W
homes "is seen ,,- N gsmge Look ace aM CLARK GABLE, JEANETTE MacDONALD, SPENCER
or cottages.ell a Partmeattr aiuc le. "Ovtridt* 1AJ11I....... TRACY In ?\
dai ...sswsad t (Paue fern)goes S. easily-ad C -SAN FRANCISCO"Added \ '

slays wl 6..s .. laatUMliire.. whiug.l : *The Blue Paaabe. Metre Short SubJect: ratite New. .

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---- .. _....... foe dmatbiy > JOHN EMERY TAMARA CEVA VIRGINIA GREGG. "J'

'feM Myplsrd no obfiatio : weiberpro.&... UMIW.D ", "THE GAY INTRUDERS" ;'
t to JJuy, :: try it in act -r. And CHARLES RUSSELL. VIRGINIA CHRISTINE, CART ','
JOur OWl Jiitchea' CRAY and FLAMS th* wonder dog la '
lee lOur CENERAL ElEC1RIC' FRANCHISED "NIGHT. WIND"

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nitmnAY and FRIDAY Isle u-s
ABOTT and COSTELLO. HILLARY BROOKE: JOE 8ESSER.
rruk L. Skill. OwmerUeatetlead. CLYDE BRATTY FRANK BUCK in '

WRIGHT .,.. "AFRICA SCREAMS"
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