Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 29, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00671
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWS\ paper Since 1912 1 j jA.

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38th Year No. 39(() HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY I JULY 29 1949 Price 6 Cenu <"
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Succeed Livingston ,. WVCff Schedule Monday To Inaugurate the opening ,tIts

Justice of the Pear Vernon W. 1 August 1 J'I' studio In the Bird Chevrolet

Turner, Homestead 'attorney, has building, Radio Station WVCd

been named by; the city' council, I 7:00: Sign on will broadcast practically all\ of

at temporary judge to hear the I p' j'A 7:01: a Sacred Music It* program from 'Homeat..cIMonday. ]

Assistant Postmaster A. V,' YEAR-pI case of the city versus' Arthur J. Tll: Burnt Toast and Coffee I I The program ran .b*
Phillips Jr., hat been reconvfnended AN ___ ,. : TJO: Newt
Blankenbeck. Th trial hat been I 'U ? , a watched by the public through
: 7:35: Burnt Tout and Coffee
by Congressman Ceo act for I o'clock Wednesday morning '.00 a Sports '1 I the plat glass show window, partof
Smathen for act- In the Homestead council;!
appointment at w 1:09: Burnt Toast and Coffee which has been partitioned
Ing postmaster to succeed Postmaster -I'ADOPTED room. jo4t 1.30 c News oft. air conditioned and tound-
FOR The Blankenbeck case hat been) : :
S. E. Livingston who will i pending Iincel.n. 7 when Blank-,, I'IS Burnt Toast and Coffee conditioned for broadcasting

retire Sunday. In I telephone Interview -i enbeck't arm was broken In an I '.00 C Newt The station signs on at 7 a. In.,
'::05 Burnt Toast and Coffee5:20'Highway
yesterday, Mr Sm.then alleged jail beating after hit, ; and broadcasti music until Tlf:
: of
told the Leader I arrest He Is charged with creating .
that the permanent 4-LANINGU.S.l 0:30: Concert Hall. when "Burnt Toast and Coffee
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a disturbance, resisting arrest1
appointment of posunsstei y 10:00;: News Tim" cornel on. The broadcasting -
and destruction of city property.
will not be mad tor from six to -"' 10.08 Gracious Living from Homestead will continue
Mayor T E. Kirby and Council
: 10:30 Rhythm and Romance throughout the Monday until
ten months. I I : day
President J. T. Godwin moved to;
;. ,
.\ 10:45 The First 4 when the half-hour
At press time yesterday, no A four-year plan to convert U disqualify themselves ait judge, 1V l : Public Comet p. m. special
s. 1 Into four-Ian highway 1 11:00: Newt" Homestead program will stsrt
official notification from the post a and each councilman In turn refund (
II-OS: 'Americana At that time City Council
from Homestead to Miami
office department had been received I was to try the case.
by Postmaster Livingston outlined this week by Merrill P. Ceo. F. rfnlght of Miami.Blankenbeck'i 11:30: Guest Star President J. T. Godwin acting for
of Mr. Phillips'' appointment ai Barber of Vero Beach, stale road attorney, on Tuesday 11:45: Midday News Summary Mayor T. E. Kirby who I. out of
acting postmaster commissioner\ for this district, report filed an appeal to the state r ;.. wU II00 s Florida Jubilee+ the city, will welcome Station
11:30 Florida Jubilee WVCO to Homestead will also
A native of Fort Valley, Oa,, County Commissioner Preston supreme court against the clty'tdismissal : at
Mr. Phillips was living in Homestead B. Bird. as a defendant In the, y 1:00: Newt Mayor Herbert Hunter of Florida
. r 1:05 Musical Varieties City.
when he entered the postal I Now under way survey of the (100,000 damage suit filed by 64 :: II
1:30: Movie Tim Local talent will not be confined
service at a substitute clerk In rout it expected to be completedIn Blankenbeck against the city,;
the Miami office. He was assistant about a year when the county Police Chief W F. Brantley and) 1:43: C Dy Dreamt Monday to the regularly '
100 'It'. Bane Time scheduled 4 broadcast, however *
I superintendent of the mails,I will begin acquiring the' rights- Policeman Donald Sullivan for p.
1.30 The Waxworks : The day's will start
\r when he was'transferred from I I of-way necessary to widen the Injuries allegedly received: In the I program
1:43 4 C. O. Center Newt at T with sacred mUllet
Youth a.
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h Miami to Homestead In highway from 66 feet to the lit beating The case against the officer
ItU. a*. assistant NIrCh.1 feet required to qualify the project ha yet to be heard. 2.50'The Waxworks broadcast by the choir of Sacred
1:00: The Waxwork. Heart Catholic Church of Homestead -
served for three years at for federal aid. Some of therequired I
3:30 Th Waxworks The Florida Jubilee broad
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oar of th* Florida Association ol land la already owned
i t, 1:44: What's. Your Bid cast from 12 to 1 will future a
Postal Supervisors.A by the county, other tracts are MEN MACHINES
\'DCallOlo Miss May Carter of
Aia 4:00 Redland Jamboree by
,,1 veteran of naval service in expected to be deeded without I : .
4:10 Discover Miami Homestead accompanied! by Pianist
r World War 1 Mr. Phillip it a cost, and the remainder will be : Greater
member *f John O. Bailey Post I acquired by negotiation or bycondemnation I WORK' ( MAGIC IN 8:00: Evening Newt Edition Charles Helger, also of this
5:15: The Stan Singi$10' city
of the American Legion and a according to the .
buds,, forme comsnander andformer.quartermaster 1 Commission I ; Junior Play'House HThe MuMcafVarleile' broad-
EDWARDS t n IMS: Sports Summary rast.from" 1OS: t.s1:30: ridqAbe
of Arr.ntIlia Mr..Bnbtr told the commission
J ...,. ., ],.twacf, "' ** fraee.e.NMadividing I P&lJi1<< f:to fcMuifcM CorktallgnSaMJr' madr..p.T.. ..+' gtA .Ma
f iw T
4esdlsrsbb8lk "s .
Talk Monday) e u
r *
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; numbered the tnoroughfar Men and mickUtt are working r ,, tt: ( Background for Newt Vocal' solo by Stanley Wittkop
4 car huse *. t. requisite into three ten-mil stripe with magic: In the Bryai Edwards: Memorial .
6:4} and Silver with Mrs Wittkop at accompanist :
: Candlelight
to obtaining city delivery Mr.phIUlpr one strip to be completed' each Park tract lying between 'I 4
It a Mason, and a m.m- year Cost of the work la estimated the Oversea Highway and the ; 7:11: Sign, offs ,
? solo Mrs Earl
ber of the York Alt bodies and at 175,000 a mile Dixie Highway it the north edge ., ,.. Asterisk denotes program from Accordion by
-" "- Jackson.
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Mahl Shrine. H. is aloe member Bird hat Homestead studio
a Mr sparked a year of Florida City The beginningsof
.. ola Lentil Turner -:
", -- Trumpet by
: Of Redland Community Church. long campaign for widening of I 175,000 community recreation GEORGE SKALL
1 ,Mr. Phillips and his wife, the the traffic-clogged: road which has center, are starting to take New Levinjcton Hid;, I ,Jerhklne.Vocal accompanied. by Mia BettyJo
former Miss Martha Bernecker of had such a high rate of fatalities .
shape It the 14-acr tract as the ,-
Homestead, make their home on I that It has been stigmatised as result of the three-party contract A benefit bill game for James,i, a double-header ball gam will be, nations fat the league player 1 .To Get Second Floor solo by Mrs H. U Brandenburg
.' Redland rd at Coconut Palm dr I' "Death Aile,." The stretch is between the Arthur Vlnlng Davis Archer Smith Hospital Auxiliarywill held for benefit of the ball field; moat deserting othe Parman : with accompaniment by t
t' They have a son, A. V Phillips, labeled the CIOunt,'. "number one interests, the rierlda City town be played by Crim'i Bait and building fund. Tickets are on sal e trophy (or Sportsmanship ,fThs ,A second floor to accommodate Mrs. Clyde Chambers I
I III, student at the U S. Merchant problem" by Commissioner Hugh council and the Florida City Kl-I Tackle tad Miami Police teams, for the 7 o'clock barbecue which winner will\ be announced Her three offices will be added to\ the Violin solo by Wendell Eason

Marine Academy, and a Peters, chairman of. the county wants Club prlginator and sponsor at B o'clock Saturday night In the ) wiu be followed by games between Aug. 15. \the clot of the ball seaion. -I new building now under construction accompanied by hit mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Lorraine Belcher I road committee. of the park project ] city bait field announce Boca Raton and the Key by Levlngton Properties just Eloise Ooley Ramon: .
daUghter'j In May Immediate widening of The land It being cleared for1' Skatl. president of the West Bamboo Room, and Crlm's south of the completed Levlngton Trombone solo by Miss Helen
the road was asked by the citiesof the garnet courts and the floodlighted Softball League oeo'l and the victor of the first tilt THE WEATHER i Tomerlln.
TOWN WILL' GET Homestead and South Miami, regulation baseball field i| Thursday la the date of Fans are urged by Mr Skall to building! In, former Legion Park Vocal solo by Miss Myra Jan
Ornei wese .e e. escrow
i the county commission and the which will have two bleachers Skair Day when a barbecue telephone or mall in their nomi- 1_ arw.s.esrs, M..w, rlsns. I Attorney Vernon W Turner will (Continued on Pap Four)

Lions, Rotary and Garden clubsof each seating 110 persons. The occupy one of the new offices,
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NEW\ FIRE HOUSE, the Redland District lagoon of It several being feet dredged below to the a V. F. W.\ SLATES l Wednesday h Camp I>ateFor July 21, II 71 30.00July I according to Jacob Lexington, TO ASK ADOPTION
depth of the .
Loral Youngsters ; 22 .. .." 72 30.07 I president company.Occupants
FIREFIGHTERSConstruction Marketing ImprovementsSeen water table to as to prevent stagnation -' July 23. .. .11 72 SO 13 a.o5lul : of the completed

Need of Industry 'I and wells are being tunk.OPEN HOUSE FOR Local youngsters will go to 24 ... SI 73 30.12 .04 building, which fronts on S. CITY OF MIAMI
Excavation It under way for Richmond and E. Muwry it. are
Camp on Wednesdayinstead July He. .. .. II 70 1004 tr I Krom 'Y"
of a fin house andorganization Sub-standard limes and avocados the foundation for the picnic of on Thursday as originally July 2e_._.. .U 70 3005 1.01 moving Into their new quartersthis
of a volunteer fire which he saw on the Washington I thelter which will be equipped GOLDEN JUBILEEArrantSmith announced report Ted July: .. .. M 75 30.10 week ELECTRIC CODEAdoption
department were approved by the D. C., market last week with tables, benches and cooking Bleler, director of the county
I Florida City council Monday were labeled by Luther L. Chandler facilities A utility building has between
I playgrounds. Buys girls
night after acceptance of the new at'added evidence of the need been erected for storage of materials Post, V T W., the ages of nine and II for Pet t Show Slated of the electrical cod
$6.500 fir truck built to specifications for Increasing the minimum 40 and rut room will be expects hold open house In its, are offered 30 houn of camp lift of the city of Miami will be reconv

by Hendry County Motors per cent Juice content for limes, built Plans provide alto for construction new post home during the Golden for a S3 lee.Rcglstrationi. Saturday in Chi amber of Commerce mended to the Homestead city

. Inc. and for more care .in handling of a playground for Small, Jubilee national convention slated I are being accepted council by electrical contractor
of the Redland District
Councilman John Becker produce In transit children and an electrically- 4an
was at the Homestead and Redland
for 21 In Miami. Plans to:
appointed to work out plans and "Many of the limes lacked juice lighted outdoor'It.ce. The park: Aug. playgrounds from which tree Homestead Principal E. B. all-day picnic and swimming At a meeting in the city hall
obtain cost estimates for buildingthe and .both the limes and the avocados -areas will be graded and set to I serve the convention visitors free I transportation will\ be provided at Blackburn wilt be the announcer party whlcrTwIII'b attended by Monday'night the contractor dks-
fire house next to the 'town were bruised and battered grass[ and driveways, walks andardurfaod I limeade and to present them with I 8:30: Wednesday morning. The Dr. John W. DeMllly, M. H. Gal-: the girls of South Miami, Coconut cussed the need of "a cod }n
halt Mayor Herbert Hunter war from rough handling he laid > parking spaces will Redland District publicity book young campers will be returnedat latin i Mrs. Loyd Delta and Ceo N. Grove and Coral Gables. play Homestead' that would be enforced -

authorized to purchase any additional yesterday "Such conditions deala be built lets were made at the post's first 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Wakefield will be the judges forth grounds, announces M... Cody. by an Inspector" There
equipment needed for operation body blow to the lime and avocado The work It being don by the I Homestead registrant for the annual pet show to be held< For competition In a countywide was argument against some of Itt)
of the truck which II market" Ehly Construction: Co. under onhespot meeting In the new building now Include: Paul Sthowalter, by the Homestead and Redland games field day Aug. I at provision of th* Miami cod, but

built on a CMC six-wheel chassis Senate action was postponed on Supervision of M. ..Ber under construction camp Gary Home, Rex and Marvin playground groups Saturday afternoon Silver Bluff School, the girls In sentiment prevailed that it wsk
and carries a 11,000-gaUon water the trade treaty act and the nard (Barney) Waldln, representative -, Member were told that torn Beeler J. Lee Smith, CharlesBrown at Mowry it and Flagler the tin to 11 age group are selectIng simpler and safer to recommend
t tank. Knowlin and Millikln amendments of the Davit of the carpenters are donating Frank and DeMello, ave. local champion In checkers, the Miami cod without change.
J' Although organization of the which Mr. Chandler went 10 return for .Jntel'ltlll.j part of their labor. John E. DaVIs Richard" and Shirley Sully Kester,James Th pet parade will form at !I ping pong horse she throwing" Those attending the meeting

fir department it a project of the to Washington to promote. He park, Mf. Davis received deed it th.lrme"of, the post building Chandler, Helen Home, Ruth o'clock on N. Krom eve. at N oft ball distance throwing and were: J. H. Benson, Norman
Florida City Kl.anis Club, non- plans to return to Washingtonwhen to the south six acre of the original committee, and Vannle Lee Harris Evelyn Lee Katharine Meer..i W. Fourth it, to march to the standard broad jump. Lovett and Ben Benson representing I
members will be asked to participate the matters come up for 20-acr: perk tract at a building I I. construction foremen Patty Atkinson, Virginia Slncore Chamber of Commerce buildingat A record attendance was reported Benson Electric; James

Club President Goo Arbo- consideration. i site for a tractor: factory. Patricia Ann RuUke, Doretta! Mowry it and Flagler av*. for the second: youth dance Robert and Luther Strickland.

gast said An organisation meeting Modello Is Held Grant Katherine Gann Joanne where th* judge will. award held Friday night In the Homestead Jlmmle'i Electrical Shop; Olin
' Negro first second and third print of I Members of the orchestra Wright-Wright Electric Joe
was called for I p. m. Aug 4 Hardln, Barbara Marks, Joyce gym. ;
'. In the town hall by Herman Lucerne Baby Chimpanzee Flown from Congo On Charge of Murder Easter, Betty Harden and Sally 13. $2 and |1, to be donated by were Miss Betty Jo Jenkins, Harden and Willard Lewis-Har.
and Chat. r. Mann club I the sponsoring Redland District Miss Orietje Terberg, Lonnle Turner Jen's Electric; and Paul Vann, wh
fir department committee., Newest Inhabitant of Monkey\ Jungle Clifford Walker, 57-year-old Wright Lions Club, I Donald Gann and Russet! took notes on the meeting for the
t, Modello negro, died Monday at for Home. Jr. municipal electric departmentPrite
With Three prize will be given ,
Present at the council meeting
Dade Countly Hospital of five 1> \ USNK Group
Chief Guy Bender and A front/ the contains brilliant- each of the following"" classes: -
were baby chimpanzee )Jungle now head mounds thought to have been I
." Warden E. C. Rogers at the fiver- Conga la the newest Inhabitant of hued mandrill, orangutans inflicted by a piece of pipe, report Safe After Plane, Crash largest pet smallest' pet. best' Doll Show for Playground Girls
and E. M. Cornette. chocolate baboon, tailless dressed pet (either grooming or
glad** District rare I
Pete Morgan. Jr. of Florida
: R. Davis ,
Hainlln dr. Martin ,
Monkey Jungle on
representative of Hendry monkeys from Gibraltar and many costume), ugliest pet cutest, pet,
County Motors, Inc. Th chimp wa flown from Africato other Interesting members of the negro,Dan U Byrd held, In another the county Modello jail\ City was among the 22 naval reservist and best stunt To Be Sponsored Again by B. P.. W. C.

Arthur Troxell, Florida City New York where Jot. X [111- monkey lamll1.Itedberr pending Issuance of a murder '* aboard the PBY flying Three dollar will be given forth

print shop owner, was appointed Mond Jungle owner, picked him warrant HU wife, Mary, Is held boat which mad a forced landing bst-dcorld vehicle-the A doll show for contestants of 12 for first place and
to the' town council to succeed up and flew to Miami with him Takea Emory U. as accessory before and after the Friday near Immukalee without one showing most originality and from the Homestead and Redland II for second place will be offend
1 Emmett K- Crowson who resigned Tuesday night Rural Pastors' Course .the fact An inquest will be held Injury to the passengers and two beauty Second and third print playground will be sponsored for seven ctesae the oldest
Mr. DuMond paid $650 for the by Justice ''of the Pc Vernon pilots Mr. Davis Is the son of the also-wlU be given Id the vehicle again this year by the Homestead doll, the most beautiful doll, the.
Cantor Star of. KiwanIs young chtmpante which' fa lest The Rev. Alfred Hedberg, pastor W. Turner at 4 o'clock Tuesday Rev. and Mrs. Martin R. Davis division. Business and Professional Wo- best homemade doll the doll In e
Midnight Show Saturday than one year old and about the of Silver Pen Methodist' afternoon in Legion Hall of Florid city Competition b open t* any Red- man' Club announce Mrs, Frank the best foreign costume, the most
Ii size of a human baby. He has Church returned Fridiy from a Neighbors found Walker lying The plan was brought safely \and District. youngster between ... Kent president unusual doll the best character
If.!+ Eddie Cantor In "Strike Me been named Tommy, and when be three-week course for town, and face downward In a pool of bloodat to rest In the stumpy marshes of the age of six and U, accordingto Open to entrant between the doll, and the beet collection of

Pink" U the feature chosen by ha* become accustomed to people, country: piston at Emory Univer hit home Sunday night, according Big Cypress Swamp by the pilot, I Paul L. Worley, Malt Themes age of ala and 'II, the snow will doll '
Florida City KlwanU Club few its he will be permitted to pos with sit,. Mr. Hedberg wa th* only to Morgan. After a night Lb Cmdr. J. O. Hopper former and NfL Mary SmIUt Cody playground be held at a o'clock Saturday Last year' priM winner and
midnight movie Saturday nightat visitor to ungit. j South FlorIdIan among th*' M long investigation the Byrd negroes National Airlines pilot The ship director: Each pet must afternoon, Aug. S, In the Redland not eligible for priM money, but
Seminole Theatre Ticket are There :M varieties of almi- pastors from 11 southern states were arrested by Morgan was returning from New be on a leash or under control: District (pews building at 141 a. wilt b*. given token awarda.
I being sold by club members forth ana now at the famous jungle who represented five Protestant and City Patrolman Donald Sul- where, 1 it had taken the ... and each vehicle entry must be E. First av*. Judge will N Mrs Arrangements for the how are
. benefit which win raise funds which: was started by Mr. and denominations Mr. Hedberg livan. Deputy Wayne D Plttman on an overnight liberty Orlean'l decorated by the contestant: Calhaa Roberts who operates .t being made by Mrs. Mary Smith
for dub projects. Mrs DuMond in 131 with a studied rural community organi I aided the investigation by taking reservists are now on two The 1Horn..Wad and the Red Miami doll shop and hen Irving; Cody supervisor of girls" rcrea.
Th midnight show will atari nucleus: of tea Java monkey I sation and leadership and creative fingerprints at the scene of the of duty at Opa-Locka I land playground girls will go toMatheson WechsJer and Mrs, Herman\ Hln- fen'at Homestead and RadIanS'

at 10:30 o'clock. Opened to tin public la JMS, the writing. crime i Station ... NINA'Hammock Y': : Tuesday. lor1 N.leln. ....,. I playround

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a TWO Friday, July 29 1949
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:IIU..tIIIIfIIIfI1! Uotej and Anne Enjoy IH cio TO BIBLE SCHOOL FLAG Nuraery Stock aro*..Hag rctMraUon "_r- the Florida department .t Jh* The Booster club bulletin was I edited by Herman Lurrrne rturm(
Floor Show at DinnerA One hundred fifty-five ymmfflar / Me naaiiiB fce dined up for I club anniversary party Friday state -named' winner last mirth In the vacation of the Rex Marin I
.= rillt"Ci'' a is. Acquired by Sunny Grove I. than The law decent ge eveamg An*. a,1 lit the Perkftay. the small club grevp It wa| R. Divli.
20 Years Ago A -. *oar a.***! fUftd .. Mr. end Mr, O W. CaHrtoii of i effeat until Aug I n4 it H Lt. Gov Ueo**'* Uilna will
by llw lee h Mauri Vafaety M...wwa ..*..fch .beta lee we**.*. *..- aVitugr Pals Nurtary on Pals., ..* that aiaanaii will begs, peek. and Haami> ajadio perforae-
*'to day memtng." The Rev. John ave was tt V1irtk City have. I lake ajMKt of an Interact the* ell will J,reajal uo enterUUMent. ,
: eel rsgawlssr ..... ts.rrws.s.. the aurpHae ett4einin R 'Whttt patter, 1* deati'e< the acquired' all the) nursery stock of To be eligible te "",I, woman kit. Oueeti in expected to n-4 CROUSE & BURR
: ... t.. r..s s .. ... s./ provided it the Rotary Ann dinner achool which O/len Florida Lime Mid Avocado Growers suet be over 21 end without elude more (ban 150 visiting KlwaMana -
--y w car a Bible .......
I w q..Mwa l.'or. Wedneiday evening by the study and: r crlaMnal and they must lM9i the llth Dtotrirt
p r"'- __ M n. bra. Homealead JUUry. vlt.tIA handicraft, movlea wH be legal.reaMeoU of Florida and .. wall. a* wives of the club member ;' .
as.s..dInLa. _. ..... for beginner primwr, tuflier' and They offer the beet of l budded their eeuntle. Cabinet Shop
i .... ,
M.Me u amateur usa troupe that originated cltrua, avocado end mango M I
during the war, the Variety Intermediate 'r'OUI6 well t* BrewMer tycnee and a I Building & Remodeling
I Show itill play\ at veteran boa.pilau wide variety of other fruit I' '
Jill f UIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIUI/II!! / 11I1IIllm/ un! and veteran benefit Book on South Florida well aa ornamental Klwanlans Slate Firit Benson Electric Has 'j Welding. 9 + t:I
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in Fall
The sfter-dinner pecker WM Will Come Out Birthday Party Aug. 5
| "Albert H. Hhiman waa tworn H. -Dutch" Shulenberg of MI'. Florida men Philco SILVER PALM DR-I Ml."'EST OrV..II.I' ':
Iml whore wltOclimj and double South Florida Treasure Tralla", A tenure of achievement of Appliances j '
councilman :
n M : auomd the .
: talk kept his audience In a Mlarlji i pne-volume edJMon of ineedotea Aug. 1 for Duty on Jury the -o Florida Cy Kl- Phone 528.W-1\. ,, ,
f+ fibe' late John Victor .mood for a half hour and historical! ) and place tketcheiby \ I n"g wail be given by Princeton ML 141 1 L .) .. lr
"Mr> W. H, Metier died July The ladle night meeting was Mary Helm Clarke of Coral Tallahaeeee, July 28-Florida' Harold, M.Hln. part governor of
"' Gables will be pubUahad In Sep. women. are now eligible for jury I.
2J in Jackson Jofemorllilloapltal. jn honor of the new Rotary Club
timber according" to the author duty, but very few have shown
president, Lee H Lehman whose
"Mr and Mn, Bob HarrU an- natallaUoa WM delayed. while he who visited Home ted Wedne' a.. interest. ao far. Th. |M9 legislature I "
Bounce the birth of I daughter WM an vacation. The retiring gave women the right to It '.
;duly tl In Foil Graduate HoiJpltal president> Henry R- Prldgen weepresented 4ayNueelui for the new book )U serve on Juries If they *o algnl-! ", < d' ,I J. tI t- '
r lth,a paat-preaMent the author' "Major and Minor fled their Intention and wllllng-II It : t.a ;.%
pin by Put President Thomas B. Keys of the Florida Reef" whichl'OI'Italfti nee.Dade
'Howard Johnaon. returned loyal( acting on behalf of the, historical and geographi County hold the lead
Jrrura i ten-day vacation IniWnchttvllle the K.,... countlei hlch 'lnih'
Ga, ," -lub - -information, \,- - on------,among_ __ report they Opening Monday

i ; "Mr. and M.... W; T. McCon- I '.
bell and eon Bill, wlil leave. .. .
tor I vacation In Damaarui, Ga" -
J "Mrs, C W. McEwen hat r.- done SWELTER !
'"mat from a week vacation In )
I '4 "Wert Palm Beach.." Congratulations \f **i
I 'Mr. and M...., Russell Horn. this Summer I II '' aA tJ
of Port Mayaca are vlaltlng relale I
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eve here j jJ I
J "A girl was born to Mr and, "
II M..... Enoch Pope on July 24 at WVC-G r "
a'Hunt Hoipltal j ji I :
'Mm 8. S. Beam will entertain' Jr'I ,
J at bridge In honor of the 'I
'I I Mice Loll and Louise FerkerionI
of AtlanU
a 'Mr. and M..... A Frank WebbI On the Opening a
haxe returned from a two-week
vacation 'spent In Alabama andGeorgia Of YourHomestead +" Air condition your

*a Mrs,: Ge a T, Ramon and t Studio bedroom offlct today I IBl

daughter, Mary Elizabeth, areJv .
: itlng relative In Schuylkill
Haven Pa., end Brattleboro, cool\all day loag.U alghl:long.Imull Homestead Studio
:Vt. ." In my window-plug;: ID
*., II I.d.rd outlet Fcdden loose .
e Air Conditioner alien mil dust dirt,
,.. innifom honest wctihrr
: Music\ Film Presented StudioAirConditioned poUen: comforobl cooloet

{C At Lions Club Meeting Only r Feoaert elect el these. ("ectarHWMon "
{ Movies and mua'c'! furnlnhed thee \ Ml*-4< = ro.J.niM tin coal'to -
entertainment far( 120 member awwMat II Nftl*.mon,
1 and friend of Redland District by ecrm.tivumm.Mum M*...DuJ. sit il.M Bird Chevrolet Bldg. 107 N. Krome Ave.
!i Lions Club Tuesday. night Piano ails swim M BIKll tlU a selections were presented by. Mn. eno.wve eneenmee
.snap pawn _d.... d wads sr.pesooL .
{ Walter >C. Gaby who played I I ; .
a duet with Johnny Reed<< young psNSa.r.e..reelp ...a..w....... I
J eon of Mr. and Mri John E. See :
I A film, Thill World of Dodd Radio & Appliancei;;.; :
a was shown by the Rev. .R'I ---
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I 1 very.CIiii, Helger of Fpmore 207 N. Krome Ave. Phone 482 ..... .... ";.. .... I % \ ALEC GIBSON .

be guest pianist at next week (Burnt Toast and Coffee)
I meeting. I I It I III If 111te
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( tite Xi .: JACKIE PIERCE

t '**' vv u .> ' p1 dt KGracjoui( : Living) 1rto ''I I
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longest trades . best deals in our history! g r ?


f ) It's a big c o SSe' \ (Florida Jubilee)

i 7rHUDSON'S ,-t' ' ,1 V PETER COLE
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; And Homestead's McGarrahM '

: j aB aliiilll '40* ANNIVERSARY YEAR Own "Squirt" *J'i, :/ "


Y Listen All Day Every Day

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I .1i i a&uft 12 HOURS FRESHER );

I: ,,.."- Tfa modern dtilyn hr '491 !I

: We're. set H win Itill Icon MW friend; fog offering the longeat trad.. . the beet dealt M h '
' : Hudson, and the aiy'g the limit on trad..1nI in our t hl tory|

w ' -now while wt, u Hudgon d ...celebrate Come in and help ua celebrate. Enjoy a thrill.

I Jlud.on'. 40th annlverlal1 ind the .n> ing Revelation Ride in the New Hudaon and 'y

i : sounding aucceaai of an amazing new kind of aee for younidf why thia amazing new kind

motor car. of automobile-with enluaive ". p-down"

For the New Hudson b riding a ritinf(u *of dealgn-if ealabliahlng an entirely new meat- ,
popularity. Official figurea prose iU Hudaooalea tin of motorcar; valuel! j

0 n far thJi year;up 83.""% oyer the isms AmefWi '4WMOIT Ce-Prove it yourself '

e r period teat year. And thouaanda ait ivUddug with a Rmlation Ride! 1. MOST Beauti.ful. .

t to Hudson: of the Ant 200,000 New Hudaonabouiht . 2. MOST Roomy. .3. MOST Road S ,
t 100,202- ver half-wvnt to men worthy.} . 4. MOST Ali-round Perfonnanceland !
women who traded in other-orals can, 4s
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: from UM lowest to UM hlfhtat priced to own
.e a New Hudaon! 1
Hew Hudson
.. N* wands we're |Iwbi.M{ llNo l wonder ...'..
going all out to make it aaaier than ever for
WITH rut frr .' / .
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you to own a beautiful New Hudaon-by gpiw otstwt a (
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LOCAL afternoon but lost I-I 1o lyliraftla. Saumten, CarlM Navarro, Ronald Dr. BkckfordTHl
JUNIORS Height" cm Monday Betta .....y. Robert and Richard Bon- MITCHELL HOLDS At St John's Auff. 21 I
hum, Tummy Torbcrt. Junl r
PLACE FIRST IN I and were Billy Dominic Weslbrrry Ulondu Al Beard"fThe Graham, Clifton llullcndrr nrnnv WINNING\ STREAK A IIl'hf'dult''If'IB ''or thenext
Slain Charleii Brown Hint l Hilly four Sunday at SI Jotmptarotial '
Redlaiiii Mi to Ik'"
SOFTBALL PLAYHomestead up two t aftnaHhls we* by a.. Church U announced> >IIv
F, .
h. aUrtl feruiM iaf- to 1oa\I J. l IIlctb whoa now

., .... JOE C. JOHNSON Mitchell won tti Math fain* .! on varaHen.
playground Lay reader of he church. will
|twiorjoftbill day Rytt;* gauitdvfc i I", the second half and the eighth\ *
turn moved Into first and fielding Mar of Mondayt, conduct! Sunday morning prayerat
flare In IU division out of the l IIIIt now. with a IS-I o' 'udl II, T
WednesdayWith game, and Junior Graham Tnmt. SALES MANAGER 11 on July Aug
It.e victory over Miami my Torbert anal Charles' Bmw| win over V. f w. on Wednesday, and,Am 14.Dr. .
Springs; : The /Juniors ram from played outstanding ball Wedneav OM'ar Clontncer paced 'the vjctore'attack Randett r. Blarkford olTaHedefa
behind Monday to defeat boat I day FOR DONOVAN) with" .Ifcree Mfetie. In four Ala., Meaner rector Clf| I
Sylvlnla. Height 8-4 Batteries Ai lilted by Redland Director! attempt Lloyd FMda amaz. ..1Id I St John'i here, will hold holy
were Lawrence and Willie llonwTht Matt : communion at I:M a, en. and II
TtwrMK < M.dget plnyl' .
fp > Joe C. Johnson of Francis dr double and a triple! lair Mite-hell
Homestead Midgets|| enMtiedtlsml I for the: HtJtihflf" of the on Monday 'became aalet manager also Hurry Dfathnp collected two a. m. on Sunday Auf II, Mr
Springs 1J-i Wednesday around program' were. for. Donovan Moton, Dodge and 0' V, F. Wi preen hits Lottlrtt will ,return to hold aer- ,
view Au 21
Hymouth dealers A veteran of Home led Mitchell S>! Friday Welcomesg
I I 40 yean In the automobile builI before rain eauoed' the game to
I neat. Mr. Johnson was a race be pmrtponed. Uoyd field had I ;
driver and pent a number of perfect night with three aaMiM
I: y acI In Braitil and Argentina hi In three for
New Location attempts Mltchotl "
the technical end of the bllllln_. when! rain came, at the end of, .
Before coming here' preen, yearsago 4H tnnlrtW; i i1a wvcG
he wai general massager ofTtmycr
Crlm'i All Stan tnared i
We arc happy (to announce our Motor Co. of Clewl lon, victories from Key Went Saturday d'
new location In the Leunjcton Mr and Mr*. Johnson have ,
building night 1-0 and I-S. In the
three puns, Albert of the U S. first
a.m" CrlmJ put two hilf
navy who i* itatiuned in WashIngton together \Ut !>
arorf the deciding
Joe, ,, t)
Jr lIIerh.nlcalenalnt'tr.
To Homestead
tally Kad'Cre.r doubled and
. Homestead Office Supply and Charles recent cam home when ,9111 Forte .
} graduate of Hodland High School tingled behind him. Key Weil

12 E. Mowry t .1 touched Herman Thomas for
three safeties during seven" In-
Phone 102 .. Benson Electric has nines, while .flm> could .gather Your pharmacistmust I. ,, ." I
only two afe(1( | from'Joe Lewis above all else, .'
bPIIII'IDr. r Files ROVAI. Typewriter* .
1 jrnHie. be dependable, particularly I .
Allcn-ll'drs Adding Marhlnei.. In the aecond Maitsger ? ant ; I
Druce Fnnli and Steve Dlondo in I .
filling ( I I Ii
i Princeton, rb. Ill each got two for three, Karl Greer I This is what '\ ,... ;.: If
____ _ minified a circuit clout In the prescriptions. If he is . f
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e l L:. sixth with none on. James SImmons not dependable, your ,"t. .,.
; and Herman Thom.
lowed only two hill !.I-j I health and comfortare WVCG Thinks of ., *' : ,
(bees I" .
Brand New FormulaLONGERLASTING At (the end of two Innings I ,jeopardized.Our I. ,....,. ,., .."
Home led V. F W. 1.1 Monday Mica Illsllll1zasticI.
night before. rain caused U* dependabilitymay ,w M1N ba

oht to be postponed SUndlnci l : roll-I' be judged by the 4 .

w L CB { number of our satisfied IR .,.,w+W vrww ..
Mitchell ... ( 1 .1ST customers. We
a .
Home I 3 IV, .133 tet r u atSAAfE.6
I j': 1 VFW.O, 1 I, ..000 fill hundreds of proscriptions Ina' '1TvI 'f' ,

Tonight V F. W and Mitchell I each week 't' .. ,.... ...
j angle, Saturday Crime. takes Home1tatklei onMiami I These customers return I

Results of tests carried on'by the experiment-station I Pollos V, F.and W Monday Mitchell end again and again C i:; St,1i4e ca t H i 1 .. .
v .lug
'V F W, meet Wednesday ThurNlday I rte00aA gC ; !
and growers in the Redlands indicate how we can night Boca Raton and Key, o

West meet In the tint game of W1Ur . .. '1 Y
fertilize more effectively during vet iummer months. 'f" ,,\ '
I a double-header with Crlm'i DIXIEDRUG t .,\ r 1 t ao 11
This company has worked out a formula which will log on the \ i a\r,. fh .s

last longer in bearing groves summer or winter. Ills I \ tef4w hat'stof ea'ts', .: 01 \4'l.,' ) I w -- . ...s ass a- wtt .

a combination where cyanamid plays a .my important I Brooks Inc :V''k' 1f : .:!J' 1 ,y.
Retail ,\\\ f i a
Vour Friendly Storerh. ..u.11'If
part We will be happy to discuss with you: this for ; "" l
)l We Deliver 81039: yoryd. werI .
mula for use in your I lime or avocado grove I II ptt.Mtl" u't' "o1t taf .oUt 01\:1\1.\i ": "
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Oldest Completely ,. ,... .... ..rJc.O 411.. 1 tJoAA". I
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GliionlU laial-maiUe J .... cl ttdei tOCI teal I(; ,\'CO!1 11 "" J I
Florida..East-Coast Fertilizer Co. a .Equipped... GroyeCaretakers ",, \' .'9.,,'fM \ e lae'a9'\\\ .... C\O\IJ. J

j jP. iKARKOTE'UNDERBODT '/ r, eppl4cdt\ \ \"i'..,tmoN \\\\\\\9\\ca\\"i'J'. Oed,1'c\ : 1'pas: :

Manufacturers of, ,nhlered let\" rut Wn sWt .. e\ IY I
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"Redland Brand Fertilizers"Phone 1'\"e O\' \ ttae
a,BOX:,itHOMESTEAD. PROTECTION n 1.111 tt ,4(10
;ppetlrycN vlottotd1
16 Henry. R. Pridgen, Mgr. Homestead, Fla. I FLA.rMee \ eOO o11e fields'\. \\'ou't'C" "anw r
I II-* an \'
Stops UnderbodyRust ,' ;UlI n 'fWrawatts.\. tI
TI' 1el fO'It. 9fo
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Rattle and Rot a : 't\\s 41\ le some: a I"""
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t Applied under boo!. fenders, dotnt sdutti

,floor and chamli. Keep new. '

'. ,',\ ,, rl carl new ind old cars young. l :.:( \ ".",. 'ltOOPt" ".IV" .. ':jI..C., \

I Order your Karkote Job ", s tP"Ofo d j h. 1< J . ''Vdi '

ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS aP now. .r \ .n .. .
rf.\ ",gpn od
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: mans t4 .0111.11 tt
-1 t[ 111 N. E. lit SL Miami n.. 1 I r "l I Ir It
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f Princeton, rh. 141a

Cast less fe awn ,

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maintainOwn TelR CAPITOL-j
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a Chevrolet AJvanet-Dtilgn truck anclyou'l / INSUL.MAS
l Again' l t NIW !

1 own the blggtst monty.tavtr of them adl Riawnt ,

You pd biff economy! Yes,Chevrolet trucks have lower operating : "I WITH CAN SUPPLY ecNuiNH YOU OLIVE + i'; LABORATORIES, INC I :
and upkeep costs and ills lowott Hit prices.See ui and.. how much you sated! --- -- FLORIOA I( 0WSONJ1f&T. / / )' .

1 rf 1(4tr trt'1. $--.1. 1 ,
II ''I . ) \3mo/cws2a tane'Mlomlef' ;

BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY H M ;TIUD 11'.' (IRIOAPlt9fte ;;..r'. : 'feg M.t thha. ,

1 I J07' N. Krome Ave,.Homestead .... ,, Phone 98 511-W .. .... ._ AYS4,. 1b. ..Mal NllirhlMYw.W.w4aIME1YaWI1YYWil,91u" .s.ees. _+

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The aide wu left plain and dte aged several word, and when ate reader. will M"" TO ASK phone, plane> and other radiofaetttM. I epeclal re a smooth uitan of beauttfalkown. asked Oust terUT" with ilgna, EaKaemkeekePrepare People of toe Itodtond lectloni to be played" during the 1
LesderEnterprlseMw The Gadabout It WM pteeed la front ofNw I knew like say other woman man duck Clean OMittouea Miff rate One) District wttl now be granted. Homestead program n .
hectare,. MId wtto we utVwa aha WM adttof If I liked the cake.Of Baaher. with
I well dry.aalt and ,sprinkle pUw aooompinlaxolbr I
By Beta WkJitBf/ Fernyi* the maid bMuffct I cup eoune, It was, "&,, el.,* and' pepper Mine Marilyn Bethea.
leraoe and olive oil I
"three Barter. tilted wile wine I eonUnued.Ou to recetat" This with juke I
.....,..... ........ ., that was poured around the bMf meant that I would like the recipe. Put to a deep dish and cock 1 PIano sale br Charles Heifer.Oeorie \ ,
.... Mug 'whwwi.
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""4. over I alow fir*. When\ hall and
.r IIIt the cake. When the liquid had She understood and tang her, I president
Though the mtivM In Argentinado penetrated through the cake, n>4 "51. at, sees," and immediatelyher cooked remove from fire\ cut Into I general Inanaier of WVCd. Invite Gala Midnight Show l
not go for fine? deaarrt after cake was earn) oa little plates; daughter went to get the cookbook email pieced, put bra'dish then the public to 1M the new ;
l :3'11 I IAUUOftll I big meal, during the weak they and the maid placed them before to copy It add: Homestead studio and to watch
pitronlM the bakery ihopi S bud of garlic the
. UAMAKCBIt \ .After the senorita' flnUhed programs
I where they have in opportunity ui.The dessert 4 diced carrots "The Homestead studio In Vie '''
table was let with writing the recipe, the gave It to Theatre \ ,
dear. t'aexaL .nrxrraaod to make selections of pastry from liver and china aenrlce'' plateThe me and we all laughed because 1 spray of parsley Bird Chevrolet building |II connected Sit, July 30-Scminole
A'. ... Anni uortmenU of Urn and imill t tomato cut In half 1LIf A os
with the station In Coral
teapot and crocheted warmerare I showed surprise to case U writ- \ ..
I fancy eike However, on fiesta always fwd in the home, I ten In Caitellano. However, w.m.dl 5 slices tt lemon or lime Gables by direct line," Mid (
WIICaImOIf lA'rqb occuloni the housewife will either South I teaspoon of whole pepper Thorpe "Among thOM taking part :'
.. learned that It U moUona, and I talked like
wed O..b/ hied,_ 11,01. I UN.I.Ni spend hours upon hours In pn- Imported .. H cup of vinegar In the programs originating rromHome.tead I ; .
p American ,Yerba or I child Juit using words without CANTOR'in"Strike
...... ., i 't" paring and decorating fancy teacakn I of dry whoa EDDIE fri
14 ... NMI. Ir. 1-k "M green tea that U served to thought of lenience construction, cup Monday will be Alec
to be used when onI'laee 1
they entertain frlendi In the home throughout )Juit to make an effort to be understood. cup of.ollve( Gibson of 'Burnt Toast and eof.r. I I
..... r ,..N .... Mil Mtttt. at tea hour Jo the home. Argentina at the afternoon lunch In my terrible Caitel diced part of duck with ..', Jackie Pierce of Gradoua .
b..A 1' tl4w fwt .rt($: M Our hoiteM WM no exception.The I tline, from 4 to S o'clock. lano I made them understand. It other Ingredient and cook until UVln,', Cousin Jtffry of Tiorlda I Pink" f B!
n....' 1. am.Freshly.shirr. .M. th* M rf large round cake fascinated Since the hales did not peak was all.right because Don could tender Then take from the fire Jubilee', Peter Cole of 'Muilcil Me\ II
me. The top wu piled high with I EnglUh, we carried on our con' translate It for me give It here, remove tomato and parsley and Varletlei', Bob Stevens of 'W... 0''
frosting[ of three color, but the 1 venation with ilgru. had learned and I wonder what reaction my. aerv* hot or cold. worki, 'Homeitoed'i own E.a \ '
Ploughed Earth (Squirt) McCarrah. news '
broadcaster for Homestead Adm. 50c including tax r,
(Think to Mary Crosby) "Station WVCO extends an in- 0'J '
vltatlon to civic organization and I riOCEEDS TO FLORIDA CITY KIWAM CUD i J 0a
.r AuiW Marhaw niseaUkk other groups to ue the facnitlea 1 1Show '
On the sixth*day there mint' hav of the atudlo and of the station .
keen the tame Let Us Supply Your for Important announcement and Starts 11:30 I). M. rw;
Clean\ until of freshly turned TilE MarbicTcrrazzo : other civic purposes, I r.
earth, such M cameTar "The WVCQ studio U completely : spa\ .'
IM tcroM. the way M they equipped with micro h

.plowediW> lot! Would I could speak my. Lawn and Garden Needs I II - .

tltOQhIl aloud. It. By PLOTNER
welcomed Adam to his garden 'IT HAPPENS EVERYY"
'its, t.. WON itA'"
.bo II through the age It coma ro Gut cost aIF7lJ M D n>> ra>zN0L12.4E7 /
as ut birthrightA Power Mowers\ i O # Nf5 SACK ;.
pledge> of flowers, Use, of DFCio P o IALL t ONPcEAyuR1S ''
fruit and gnu Lawn Mowers\ rat ,/ p uaEfI3uSSirS (0' :
To pleisur" then who chance ,
Oil ,to ,' . ,
way pan i YOU ? ,
Or of I place where children Lawn Sprinklers . v
q, ,XPE.T2rJ. I1'RAINtaD
k-S OU12
then HiT Let givc.youpn'eatiihateon the ;
romp . us ; .
watrt .the cloud fo drifting L
Garden Hose '
I'ft the iky. .
urge of email the plot, Imiglnatlo terrazzo and tile work in your new FIRsr trfFYCAR .
Grass Shears Mo6 : :
)I.".. It I miniature crcitlon. FoQ NIt NAD A CAl7 r lArDL VJ 7h1A r \."
Hedge Shears building or in modernizing your LUNCH ("-s N/S SAV/JY6s/ our r lr:F>wau NYw '"

for a }I ) Bird t

COMPI.ETEInluranre Garden Rakes present home. Craftsmanlike. work / 3t Co. t
Service q Chevroldrhone
See Grass Brooms , .dAA
guaranteed. Many patterns material
'John II. HaleAT .' '. ,

to choose from.: .' . 't .. . .,

FtCRS KEAL ESTATE ( .. . .' -, "; Used 'Cars and Trucks '.
rheae III-I75K '; '
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fHONCtl HOMESTEAD FLA.Autos '37 Ford Coupe '46 Chevrolet '%.ton Stake

WANT ADS''PAY 1 SOUTHERNTILE '37 Oldsmobile 2-door '46 Dodge >%.ton Pickup .

'40 Dodge '46 International 1' .ton I Flat Bcd
------- --- -- - - -- Coupe %
41 Ford 4-door '47 Chevrolet '/r.ton Pickup

COMPANY '11 Plymouth 2-door '48 Ford 2-ton, 2 speed

: Painted '42 Mercury\( .Club Coupe '49 Chevrolet 1'/ton nal }lied 1l f l

2500 S.W. 28th Lane Phones i4037t-4. 475 , ,. ., \-l-, .: ," I lay, .r a "N'Wtl'." .
l Urge aeeertamil, ef.Used Cut: she Trarki U addition\ to thou ll.Ud btrt......rlh.t'c' ,

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t Bird Chevrolet Co. ; I ,
; Phone 98 N. Krorac Ave.I I '' ,
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I 1 T.; t ; ': for 18 months. aM. .... ,fa. , Rock and Concrete ,I;II:

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8. Krome Ave at 5th St. Phone 484
Concrete Rock S Road Rock

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WINDOWS Screenings 9 Concrete Blocks, *?

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.t Aluminum Awning Steel Casement c

e Aluminum Aluminum Double Illeet enbIn oj I
Casement -Jlunr
the M 1 rplIjIjI We Deliver AnywhereBRANCOR.lNI
? '.. Rorofh. Aluminum' Jalousies .' Ronfh Glass Jalousiea.,

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Of Florida -' "J
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Ih Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS Rock Pit on RcdlandRd. South of Mowry ' l'honc7T2-J
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Friday, July 29, 1949 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRWE rare Five II fIn I
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J *tflf, McOoewell 11M been The Rev F J Lottlch, rector\ Mr., and Mr. Or A. Wilcox and Mr. ad. Mn C. I.on..-*
Mtlr'od from Dwfe Couaty Hw-I ot St John Bt>lc tMU Church Mea M L. Cm ot TtsMMsvlUe. and. (... WUUanv hare i urnedMm ROOFING and SHEET METAL
pill W" tile home eo N. W. Tens Uvon Cork ot Oak
and Mr* UHtkh Mt Moaxaaya M cater Conymti Oa where they
and Ground t *Mid a aaoMth. la Oevaland.Tana .I attended IMe ettltal, Genes. of
., aa hUM. guts s at theirBMttolew ,
U Mr.
the Hardy p and Mr Solar IlMttn Ventilating Fans
Vfc- Mr Dm have ,
ead fueete of Mr and and dMtftitor. Mr aMMr Mr and Flynn
Ash. Pen Archer were Mr and Irving Reedy and hair moved torn S. Krone ave. to TIIMMM wen accompanied anth Free estimate on now coflttradkm
Homestead Alfa. JUfewt Archer ot Tampa ywung grandson, James Mary their new ham on J4. Kfeme ave. JhWttc'MB 'bjf dHtfhUr Bxaof* and of Mr emend and repair and maintenance of old .
who Ire at the ol Ftumnier dr '
Mae Laanard Hanker of Homeatead. roofi.J. .
J WestAlf
Mrs & A. Robert was returned\ Marlow Jaoobwn, who ha been
and Mr. Ores Smith and hem Sunday from Jama Arener attending wmnt school at Unl- (Continual on Page tight)
and Mrs Edwin .
of Mr Homeitead arc parent Lawrence ot t I I Homestead Mr Emmie L stream of C>rtn. it. left Ut week for a vaIn Smith Hospital where; he underwent veNHy' of HorMa, ha arrived H. Montgomery Roofing Co., lace .
who wa InJured when
h4gI Mtddletown, Conn. home to spend vacation with
sour born July 12 In James Arch.rSmltb her automobile was wrecked in cutlery.Recent his parent,, Mr and Mra. M,. UJacobsen. Henson Electric Hit 141 llwrtoe Av*., Coral Gablea. Phase I.MM-41.M.7
Hospital Mra. Lawrence it
Lake Charles, La, on July IT, '
the former Mill Marl Ellen Dear has been transferred by plane M. i I: Pay new manager of the vacationer at Conch HOTPOINT
In,. from Valvadeu Pariah Hospital Homestead< Western Union office, Key were Mr and Mr. Anad! APPLIANCESFriaveten "Ql'AUTT' BEGINS 'ITII'TlIE CHOICE I
In Lake Charles to James. Archer M. ""*. Bay and their' eon are makIn Barrow and children, Gladys Ann Mr and Mr*. J. H Smith and or lot: CONTRACTOK-
Deputy Sheriff and Mra. Tom Smith Hospital. their home at 507 N W Bevepth and Bobby, Mr and Mn C M family have returned from spending / Fh. 441
Burke of Miami have moved to av,. The Ray came hereXjr Barrow and their house guests, a vacation/ near Chattanooga
I .- -,
trAnt Sebring
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their' home on Talbott rd. south Mr*. Jack Polk and children,
of Quail Roost dr. Margaret Ann and lack Jr., and
Mrs. Polk nephew, John Foulk. .*. Cha Behren of Princeton -
Mr. and Mr*.J C Simpson and are on vacation at Hollywood who wa a patient last week
F four children, former resident Beach. Mr*. Ann Foulk, John' tn Jjclnon Memorial Hospital, Help Celebrate '
of Coral Gables, have moved to mother, Joined the p r\y toe the hoe hoots removed to the home of ,
rf the" house on N. Krome rd at the weekend. her aon.ln-1ew and daughter, Mr.I
corner of Epmore dr. Vd' Mr* Oo.. W. KoHl, Jr4 oftlapma0 .
Mr. frank Skill, tier daughter! ,' ; Field :
pr and Mr J. W, Rehbein and Mr. Robert Centner and Mr.
,1 family have moved from Miami Centner eons, Frank and Bobby, tr. and Mr.GuiUve Nays and Our 17th :
:1 iIW children have moved from
: |o make their home on Newton are visiting relative In Washington -
rd.,,at U. S. 1. D C. 'av"rnlr to the U U Field ml- nmversary .
dhtre on Redland rd. south of _
a Florida City :
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Filer feo Pit II' left foot I II In of D1t r's laiidise at prices afford to ; "".
u' U the reault of /Injuries she Seventeen years selling Quality . you can pay .
Kvelyexl lat week when the blade,
(r.. B 1 14l. tv\ off 'a power mower she was Keeping to our'promise made in 1933: ''To Live and Let Live."
; 11 tfkr,tlhl. Mr, and Mr*. Pitt andHrs.
PUt liter, Mr*. Geraldine
A"ffhM, had Just returned from '
j e 7000'mile automobile tour In u. s, Goon MOKRELL'S SMOKED: U. & GOOD '
," which' thy took hpme Mr. Putts'dtuRhter I

f .Merle)I\d Henry B *and chm and grandchildren Thelma of Anniston Beecham,, Ala Mr,,' Beef Chuck Roast Ib. 49c BACON, lb. 57c I Round Steak Ib. . 79c ;

4 fret ,lao visited In Memphis.''
I Mo., St Paul, Minn, Canada,
"I: dressed hit wound, and God healed F/rtUnd. Me", and In Elmyra. N.; MORELaVS\ : MORREL1VS\ FRESH I SWIFTS COUNTRY ROLL .-
VH where of:
e they were guests
him, was the modest statement of the great
jfrf Plitt' daughter, Mr Betty
French pbr dan, Pare'Ic was be who first JMn Huffman. j Pork Sausage

k( 'ioiiited oo cleanliness and fresh air for hi* ; : : I Ham IF 39c Butter Ib. 58c
Mr. and Mr Lawrence Hern-
.patient, I ....... :
dOn 11.moved into their new Roll
lb. 39c .;
." a These thing. now art accepted ai the mini \ll1on E. Kings Highway,
'mum essential for health, although In the

I : alxteenth century they were revolutionary Medical science MIM Mary McNeUl returned Sell Fla. Grade A
We Local-Dressed & Drawn Poultry
after two-week
//1\111\ Sunday a
tall traveled long road since the day of Park Some diseases
viicMlor spent In Washington, D
have been eliminated, other drastically curtailed (?., Willlamiburg. Va., and thehehandoah I / .
Given full co-operationphysicians could eridicate many National Park Miss Only the Best Sold in Our Market .
f of the Infectious diseases mil rampant today.It I III up to McNeill wes accompanied:: home I
IIltr> \ cousins, Mlu Margaret
L t you to take advantage of the knowledge your phyiidanpOIICIIC McNeil! of Calgary, Alberta Can-I II .
t *. ,d,, and MlM Grace MeNelll ofMieml. -

Year frtitriflltni will H fnmptly tout tirtily JtUtt I Durkee' 1 qj Pint . . 39cMayonnaise MorrcU'B .,

Mr and Mr*. John Fredrick .
, AIR CONDITIONED ,nd children, Paulette and John-'I ; /Z1 Pint..Olc
ray, expect to leave today for a' Snack 35c
iMO-week vacation In North can
JIM and Washington D C. I Both. .40e
Glades' r
Prescription Shop a. Ready to cat
New resident here are Mr and ; .... ri dA L L i ':w",
.A.o,, JOHNSON! ,Fh. 0. .Mr*. Austin Mullin of Hobe Sound: 'Sw eth tt''tnf'J ***.' .""- <*-r, K"-:; ..i; fJt :-' -u ,.n.l. h r ..r. w-, ,01. j,
kN.. Krome r t>h iie 44' oho %re> 1 f 1 W. Mowry at Mr. Mullin I II a
/fceAera.1 contractor, I i 4 Bars 25cLever Maxwell House

I. I Mr 'and 'Mr*. J W. Tyre and ; reg. Coffee lb. 53cAny
0" ..,.... ".; .1t,'.. !. :tfA'dJ! two sons have moved Into their I I
r>e" home on Naranja rd. between
I. Hickson dr and Coconut: Palm I Iqr.
t I'
,Bros.Breeze. \ 1
I pad Brand

\\.fr.' and Mr*, Cha*. L. McCart- r
Benson Electric Co. hey and ton, Chuck, expect to size 19c '
Ii UV Sunday on a two-week vacation I large Milk 3J cure's: 3ScOu'rsca
1r'f They plan to visit In ,
WlahMs with Mr. McCartneys,
mother Mr*. ROM Q McCartney' :
.t Princeton, Fla. Phone 412. Homestead a.n4 family; In.Qulocy, ,.lth MrMcCartney 1

r hater, Mr'*and brother-in-law Mr*. Leland Burton and'I Spry 3 pound can 76c. I
OFFERS YOU ; and In Jacksonville with I large' trs,...,.
r tar. McCartney'* uncle and aunt,I Ianlt Peas cAN; ,,__ ,,_17c !
Mre and Mn H. O Arrendale,
L Mr. McCartney brother-ln-' te
la'" and sifter. Mr. and Mr. Elll-'
GNkY N8'I Fill! -Moore. Factory PackedSugar
Kounty Kist
Mr, and Mr*. Sidney Kendrick

f $9 Down lOW PRICE Pl'8 1 ire'hne occupying,.ee rd, their new home on I ., 5 pounds 42c Corn 2 can....,27c

lo.lbly 1\01' Belts has returned from

I II $ 0 ON 1 HMPOINT lUtamer''iarid_''to school spends at vacation University hereWith of),

I I heft%. his mother, Mrs. Selma I I PILLSBURY BEST Plain or Self-rising Hcln

i ,.r 'WRIER( 'NER1ERSNhi I art tetter, House Mr.Walkup quests and-Mr of of*. Mr.Jack Florida and Brancht Mr City.,I I Flour 5 pound b g" 43c Catsup <><. 25c

,f > palrhope, Ala.,their ion Jackie,I '
'in4 Jimmy Walkup of m J 1Ilclnz 1-
'In4, Mr*. Branch la Mr* '

1 1 slues{ _ Faire _tem.Is VanMf*tefcyl./ Wf twit.MA61 % daughter. Kentland'i Hunt's Yellow ClingPeaches Strained"v

r- e.dutdeae' as .",.,Ic.'. German Berger of I n
Gaut Ieediag" wets ,...,.,.". Vl'itlnl his son and In llSffSyrup 25c Food
MEAT \law, Dr and, ,Mrs. M.daullhter.ln.j I IMtu . . . 2'/i' Can'-- Baby .
< 1'-- I the difference la price'at Verna I/to: Cameron isvlnitlo 2 for ""'
1 i ,I 19c
r relative In Charleston Oversea Laundry I
__._ the sassy startling ad *ace> 8. m'
meets In the new Hotpoint C.-: I '
W1ti sew ',. Astomatie: Water Heater, Mr; and Mr. Lewis Callahan Starch, 8 ounce package . / . 5e

10 TIAN Ywgd...."'-1c tlrct."..... and sons, Billy and Bobby are! Frosted Foods
.. pending a vacation 1n Georgia
PIOTICTION oIPressurieedCalrod*Umi I ICE CREAM\
LAN _plus a oew- .p* autowwiccoatrol : Mr and Mrs Allen Neal and Featuring .
r that mialiajie IX-ytir-old' IOn, Allen, Jr. areorainylni ,: MILK SNO-CROP ..
n wm,and extrmhick fiber- their new home at 621' ,
glai* Istutatioa thai enable N. W Fourth at Foremost Dairy ProductsWollam&Kendrick: CREAr IEtc. SLICED PEACHES I

tank to keep wa . Mr. and Mrs. Jules Meyer of SWEET: CHEU1UES
thnedariwuhouitt < (lof
wig pew S. W. First st, are parent of el j
URlIAt baby daughter born July 15. I FRUIT COCKTAIL I

House gums of Mr. and Mr I / ,:
Walter Biker are' Mr. Baker's' Your choice, pkg.19c I
father and sister-in-law Mr. and ,
p"a. c r7 .
h ,? eWA11R Mr- JU A. Baker.of Philadelphia]
and We Baker daughter, AlmiraMy .I
and Bonnie j I

Benson Electric Has I (Across from 3IcCrory)' J

aEAILli hilco i Appliances Phone 67 .' w. reserve the right to limit qu|ntiues. We Deliver ,

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Page-Six HOMESTEAD' LEADER-ENTERPRIE Friday, July 29:1949H

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L I. . Social Events in South I ) HERE IN BAPTIST.. SERVICE- ; TO War PAINT on "aluminum.Ql'Btl trtj" WM
Dade . . .
Min Mary Dykee and Thomas Mr R N. CaWwefl, on N. \ complain Tuesday. NIh& by N
c ldwen. both of HomMttadwr I Third it .1 member of Mr* Mary Smith
united in marriage at T The bade li a daughter of Cody'e arts and handicraft clay
oVtoek W4ite4ejr evening, July and M.... Lloyd; Dyke, wIIe..1 Now the group will continue M
t ANN KHENEY WILL HE WEDDED HERE GARDEN CLUB WILL HOLD LOUISE STRICKLAND BECOMES BRIDE 10, In the pwtoHum of rim Bap- her from BaHibrMe, C*., Itnonthi do oO painting of plaquei and
I lima. NESTING: MONDAY I "' "rlnee.
tilt Church. The Rev John She WIt graduattdIn .
I H tgo.
i. i AUG. 28 TO RALPH HOWARD DONE, JR. The August rapper meeting of OF THOMAS:\ WILSON IN CHURCH RITES WALL pastor, reed the yeas June from HamuHiil Uilb Uanbtri ar*: Mr*. lands Bu.
South Dad Garden Club will be I II For till ceremony, the bride School. % rail, ,.ear H. O Hall, N.... Wm.Neetoy .
Mr..and Mr*. William fc RhetMyOf served three. yean in the Army held at MO; Monday evening in Miss Anna Louie' Strickland, with the bride' parents at Ill won. tn aqua sharkskin ault,white A gradual of HonMeteid High Mn Fern Biehler, Mrs
f Hom* td *r* announcing the \lr Force during the war If* Redland fruit and Spice Park daughter of Mr. and Mn. Luther I N Flagler. I acceeeertM, and corsage of white School In the claw of '47, the Martha Medlin, Mrs. Robert Cat-
/ I engagement and approaching. and hla father nr* In the fining Visits are welcome to attend Strickland of Homestead, becamethe In June the bride completed orchids and etephanoti bridegroom 1* now engaged in lube, Mr*. C. D Baker Mn Ruth
Marriage\ of their daughter Bertha station business under the name the cupper for which the cat bride of Walter Thomas Wll- her junior year at Homectead ,, Alter I abort honeymoon within farming Bcudder Mn.R. E. Ingram, M...
Annette, to Ralph Howard of R. H. Done end Son. I II will be prorated. ion, eon of Mr, and Mn Sam High School. She was a member the lUte, Mr and Mr. Caldwell Ben King, Mrs. Kay SHiulU.Mn .
I (Don) Done, Jr., con of Mr, amMrt Wilson of Homestead, at a o'clock of the glee club and took an active returned to live at 71 S. W Second CLVBPOMEN GIVE BENEFIT L. W. Connor Mrs. Clara
I : R H. Done of Homestead JULIA MAE\ ROBERTS WEDS DON DELLE Sunday, July 14, in Homestead part in athletic. it, tile horn of Mr Cald. GAMES PARTY TONIGHT La Grant, Mr Emily Hall, Mr.
I The twUllng will take place oo I ; I Presbyterian Cljurch. The bridegroom, a native of well'i brother-in-law and sister, 1 A bridge and gamer party will Richard Sehrounk, )Ira. Robert
Aug. U. LINEN SHOWER GIVEN HERE FOR IJRIDE July H was alto the forty-fifth Tennessee, has lived In Homestead Mr. and Mr. Lewis Callahan,who be given by the Woman's Club of Vrana, Mr. Barney Godwin, Mrs.Kenneth .
Mia Rheney, a graduate t oft wedding annlvenary of the brlde'i lIIy.fll't..*, and h* I Ia employed Ire now on vacation. Later they Homestead at S o'clock this evening Olenn, Mr*. C. O. Robertson
t Homestead High School In the Announcement li being madeof Preftnt, besides those mentioned maternal grandmother, Mn C. A. a* an apprentice embalmer at will make their hbme with the In the clubhouse on N W. Mrs. John Yudlnsky, :Mr.
I clan of 45, recently received a the marriage of Mill Julia Mae sere Mr. Clarence Roberta Bryant of Princeton' who wit- Turner 'Funeral Home.IOMESTEAD brldegroom't parents, Mr. and Uth it Mr*. J. Eo McClung. and, Robert Glenn, Mrs Frank Klich,
I bachelor of bulnei admlnlntra Roberta of Miami, former Home I Mr* S. F Matthews, Mri. nemed the wedding --- Mrs Ovid Sulllvin have chargeof Mn Paul Worlcy and Mr.. Leonard -

Unit degree from the Unlveralty stead resident, to Don Dell. ol ; C D. Eaker, Mrs H. E. Redln, The Rev. Frank L. Elvery, pastor :\ CLUINVO;MEN ADOPT THEME, arrangement. McGarrah.
t i of MIsilMlppI where the wai tecreUrjr Miami on Tuesday, July B, in the Mri. Sam Clark, Mrs. J. F. Foiter, officiated at the double ring I
of Zeta Tau Alpha aor- panonage of Grace Methodist Mr*. Wayne Lawrence M,., Kermit service Mica Elena Strickland wai AND ANNOUNCE PRO GRAM FOR NEW YEAR ,
ority. Church. The service wai read by Clbbi Mri Leon Irwin, Mri. maid of honor for her sister, and I
Graduated from Homestead Dr. Sidney H. Devise, paitorof the Don Madison, Mri. H. R. Wilson, Milton Yarborough war best man. "Unity at Home and Abroad" legislature to appropriate. money Are You Ready for That
Jlish School In 1943, Mr Done former of First Mri Verlan Slaemore, Mrs.
church and pastor Ralph The bride was radiant' In a war adopted at the theme for the for the public schools and to write
Methodist Church of Homestead Reels, Miss Mary Jo Terburg and white eyelet frock and white aectuorle coming year by the Woman'i state senators and representative
OIL I.EE INSTALLED Mr. and Mrs Delle are making Mil Mary Jan Hamker. *, and she carried an arm Club of Homeitead the July 19 liking that' special attention be
i rAST NOBLE GRAND their home at 1233 S. W. Second Gift were cent by Mrs.1. W. bouquet of deep red roses. business meeting. Ai outlined by given to construction of hospitalsfor Vacation ?
Mn. John 'Lee Installed it in Miami. Loudon, Mr. Stanley Roberto, Her maid of honor wore a dress Mn Herman Heinlein, the club tubercular patient'
noble of was Liberty Re- The bride li a daughter of Clarence Mri Raymond Robert. Mn L F. of lilac linen white accessories will hear programs on public wel Refreshment weye served by ,
part bekah with Roberts of Homestead and Hamker, Mri A. L. Brannen, )trs. and a gardenia coriage. fare, education, International relations the hocteuei Mr*. A. F. Arthur,
Lodge presented
her phi of offfc and Monday night Mr.*. I(. C. Wiley of Miami. When J, F Beck and "IU SaUte SuberCHt'RCI After the ceremony, the newl,. music and art event and youth will Mrs W. C. Dents and Mn. Bale. Let us clean your vacation clothes and i pack
Mr. Selma Relit, district she made her home here, ihe! attended weds left for short honeymoon conservation. Special *
by a Garment'towear
Homestead High School : WOMEN PLAN be the district meeting to be held B.P.WC. "'1ii:8'PoNsoPLAYGROUND: : them in transparent carrying bags.
deputy preildent. Mm. Delta was In Miami Beach Until they build
She has been employed by By- FOR BIBLE SCHOOL here In November, the Christmas DOLL SHOW chosen from container.
easily transparent
misted by Mri O. H. Sullivan, their new home, they will live
the Installation of officersIn
marshal, and Mri. t. S. C.pll"! ron'a Department Store In Miami Plant to provide homemade! party April and a covered dish lup- The Homestead Business and Dust-proof and damp-proof.
gee, chuptaln. The meeting followed !- The bridegroom li employed by cookie and watermelons for the Professional Women' Club will .
in May
the family lupper held by Pan American Airways.Friday Xedland Community! Church vacation AUXILIARY TO MEET: per again sponsor the annual doll
Rebekaha and Odd Fellowi In the evening the bride war Bible School to begin AugI KITH MRS' GAUZENS Plans were made to present splay show, part of the Homestead and 59c & 69c
honored with a linen shower given and those interested in taking
LO.0.V.Hall. were mad by member of the will Redland
Mri. Carlton Singleton playground program
On July 10, the officer of Little of by Mrs Mn C W., J.R.Tlmmon..t Baltl of 110 the S home W. W, S. C. I. July SI at the homeof speak on the million field In the E. B.part McGirrah were asked at the to Chu.nber tee Mrs. Cash prim will be given for Your garment are Insured against" Theft, Fire, Windstorm;,
River Rebekah Lodg were In- Mr*. M. A. Baker, Plum were Virgin Islands at a covered dish seven classification at the ihow
Water while In
decided and Damage
it Sweetheart roes were of Commerce office. Members our possession
tailed by a Homeitead lUff First of the made also for a bazaar and food luncheon meeting t* be held by to be held Au,. 6 in the Redland
room their proposed
for decoration I to postpone
headod by Mri. Relt The matt used contest tale In the fall St. John'i Auxiliary at 12,:30 Friday District News building, club mem-
Prima In the bridal ; Softball game till tome time In
members were: Mri. O. H. Sullivan Helen Tomer- After the business teuton, at the Gateway Tourist Homeat hen decided at the meeting Mon. CLEANERSW.
won by Miss August\ TRADE WINDS DRY
marshal; Mn Anna Blanche were and Miss Norma Jean Foster homemade cupcakes and fruit 236 8, Krome ave. Mn. CarrieB. day night at the home of Mn
Chapman, warden) Mrs Lucille fan Iced punch were served to the 14 Gauzeni will be hostess and Mrs John Balf was appointed Ralph P. Smith.
Carter, lecretary; Mn. Joe Beam, A tuna flah and salad nut (were course aerved present by the hostess and Mn Mn A. E White will have chargeof to represent Mri. E. 1. Krone, The seven members and three W. Severy. Manager *
candles 28
tea at the July
treasurer; Mn, E. S, Capllnger.mutldan Walter Baker co-hoiteu the devotional aervlce. club president
guest present visited the handicraft S. E. First Ave. Phone 161
hoitei 49th
by> the dinner marking the
I birthday !
; Mri Florence Facet, clan being taught by Mri.
and Mn Geo H Gann anniversary of the Miami wo-
W. B. Caves at her home Six enrolled
Mrs. Harvey SchmlU, M,.. Jack man'i Club and the 53rd anniversary for class Instruction, .
Zimmerman, Mri. Fred W. Llnke, of the city of Miami Light refreshments were served
Mrs Fritz RuUke, Mri. Frank Feel Refreshed The club voted to write Individual at the home of Mrt. Smith.
Bernecker Mri Jerry Mllli and letter to congressmen
Mrt. S,-T. Gorday, eicorU.Mn .. supporting the Harden bill, which The Florida City W S. C. S. will
gives $300,000000 In federal aida entertain the Redland W. S. C. S. ONLY"ONE
.. Frank M. Kent, preililcnt public schools. Members decided at a covered dish luncheon meetIng .
of the Homestead B. P. W. C. also to write Gov Warren at noon Tuesday In Florid
M,.. Ralph P. Smith and Mri. inking for a special session of the City Community Church. .
Irving Wecnsler expect to attend Cool Off WithPhilco __ ,
a district meeting to be held Sunday I.
I In the new home of the Fort Fitzpatrick's Fine FurnitureCustom
Lauderdale B. P. W. C. (
Built of Mahogany and Other 'Woods

Cabinet Work Chair Caning Refinishing
Cor. Blaearn Dr. A Redland' .... Phase II4-J

::6 1iit1l.

f .Air '

I I I 01"" .'':'. Conditioning Fried Chicken "

r rI rI rt 'I AT ITS BEST I $ 1 1f

Hot Biscuits, toolPacso's .
Your home or office can be made pleasantly

cool with a modern Philco Air Conditioner.for .

as low as $35 down and small monthly Farm House Restaurant

Jewelry Repairing tn payments. f I ;ref
t Premise 313 N. Flagler Ave. Homestead

Waltaam. Elfin, Bulova and 5 k
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DIAMONDS Your Friendly, Dependable Appliance Dealer
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Hot Dinners on Sunday-$1 to $1.65 /
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Cold Plate Lunches Week Days-iOc to 60c
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FUME Seminole Theatre Com today! Sell th*one different, simpler ro/Hger-/

PROOF ator-the Sorvel Qu Refrigerator. It* Ireetingayitem -

; TWO SIIOWH DAILTl 1 a4 > p M. Ph.... N* ITI ba no moving part to wear or nuke noise?
I SATURDAY wed SUNDAY MBllnMU I till 11. Just I tiny gw flame doe the work. And-u over
t a AdmtMloni. Advil Night, Itei MaUnee (till I p. **). SI* \ 2,000,000 delighted owner know-Servel? ttayi
OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT ChUdreni ender tea, lei Won U twelve. He. (Tn lerledett
: lent! lt yean longer 80 tb*

I Last Times Today: "AFRICA SCKEAMS"HATHRDAV. \ .raw) model today.
Genuine "Itctung" prxtu. tconomkal for bam . +1
July: M.-D. bt* Feature Trnn nu IOOI."lrI..lrI..riJ,
fences s. other farm properllti. Ideal for misses' I I'I VINCE BARNKTT DENNIS MOOR, and the ORIGINAL ,. ,UUa. why hurt such a dl* uuseIa I Il
mills s refinerlei or areas ezp lsed to wlphwr 901 or I lAST SIDE KIDS In : M.(.*l<... 'Iot !III and. rH your tnt
I .other"""I" I 'THE EAST SIDE KIDS" With Our LumberIt's on .t -lMid Storj" by radle'a be-1
I And ANDY CLYDE. JAY KIRBY EVELY FINLEY In land spates toda,. 1


I SUNDAY n< MONDAY, July SI-Aag. 1JEANETTC the safest and cheapest in the long run. STAY* SUtNT. .LASTS LOrfCtR
I a' 1 JARMAN JR.. In Strong, sturdy timber makes strong support for 1
neduted.t "TI1E SUN COMES UP"Made
EtIN home walls floors beams ,
,( Technicolor) your -your your your .

t Wda .....| IIMBM *l Paring TeaMrrew Famish" Cartevii rathe"Auto New Wa a Weader," and! anywhere else where quality wood I It needed, t I

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I It's ttocjc.U<* tt AbtoMely for Non-Toxic/extra ,non-jMtonovt.fete on oil wrfocti, ixttulbb' to Kvt, "THE-THE TOM CHECKERED WINNERS CO14WAY.and FRIDAY.NOREEN CIRCLE"And AM.COATTlirmSDAT NASII 4-1 In \W. D. Home Co. Inc. Gas-Oil Products, i. f fOf

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REEVES tn Florida I

'Brooker Lumber Co. "JUNGLE JI P RANK L SKILL. OWM* Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS j

homestead Added c-41!Carts... rarammnl News 11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 277 MO COOK.: ntea4< Maaager i

Phones 62 and 813it f o.IIIr aaaday sad Aw. -i thrtfMl ta ..*..*.,' NONE ell FLAGLCK AT UtOKIr.
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Caaaar't Creek eod* aught Mgrunt Tides fr Tawnier Weekaf Dseictst. feoUiujs of .larajeree eaargll a.r.

FISHING NEWS\ and grouper and a 13 July It."... I for Ute load With I" K H"er Ian j. Warren Morris
pouad barracuda. 14* x 14" eakuno Mack flU I N aha.U aM I geed breed same
III Regtrtered Reel Estate Broker
wM Since the wind was blowing a High Low with concrete with not less than CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE J. R. BerK I blacks frees baak.BKAtrriruL ."
M \ By PACETTI and DflTZ nice gal last weekend not many I have buyer for mall rant,
July M It::II pan IJ4m.: half Inch bolts embedded at l HJH twean
ilh war caufht but If Ute wind of fM Issd. also buyer for
I.... should behave this WMk-< t" [ Art Hill and Vaughn mean . will pick up considerably July II .IS:(HIM. 111: .... Inter the masonry with a span i ORCHIDS available. Hf L Rear Aft Pfc HI
anduth lng in Rock Harbor July II, Cbot target about tha July 11.. 114: pale f-at: p.m.Aug. not more than dx feet If greater at all .tone Heeet4 nore.1and
keysfishing ------------ -
1.. lilt: a,m. T41am.Aug. : span. two half-inch In each pier am Show Ul N.W. 11b at,
ght 130 three snapper weighing tournament There are 1. 111p.m.: IMpmAug Wood allli mutt be of food t new fcaH-bag cement mlier ... Snd air. (alit)
sat i two to pounds each. lUU plenty of fish In Ute aea and
;: rOn July 23. Mr and Mr, Art I records are being broken ever; S in: am, 141am.Aug \ duality and protected' Don't ter Cemetery & Mausoleum Ph. 14T. Twer-Crew. (rnMtf) Homestead OUts 0o-OI. for

lra. ill and Vaughn Tunnel fished dayROOFING. S 11J: p.m. I:M p rvAug. let the termite Insulation between all We do Keel. Greet Bargains. for B....... Plato
..... I. 113am.: !'4Jm. the maaonry and timber Weodlawn Park Cemetery "Jerry" Mewete. Call Doug at purposes.and slain cask |-room frame house on I Iota, 14
Aug. 1. 1:11: pm. I04 pn Your sills should be at least four IHO S. W. lib St, Miami 147. 1M N. V. Itk at (ilWf) HI N. Kreme.| Phone, cf in.ell \type. coconuts and palms, peach and
rtrt.ilU, Aug. 4 440a.m.: 1041anv: by six inches, solid or built up PhoneWU evooadg tree,, chicken yard,
Aug 4. Sllpm.: 1141pm.Aug : Timber should have members A wide selection or cemetery lot 14600.
.GIFFEN COMPANY S 1.11 a.m 1144amAug : bolted or spiked tightly togetherand at moderate prices available from FOR SALE CONCRETE BLOCKS, aU aloes
lara In.ert, B. 1:11: p.m IllSam contact fare must be treated' .large untold cemetery acreage Oruct'a Block Co. Naranja, Ha I-Wdroom block building, f-roora
with approved wood preservative Community mausoleum of I.T14 Phone 173. I house, food yard, U avoeedo
> -------- Joist and rafter end may be cup- crypts and niches. 1 41-ln. apron-front Ink with palm and coconut tree In yard,
.Ir Hooting of All
Types ported by a two by four wood dralnboard Swinging apnut fsu< fLOOR SANDING and riNISII1NO $4,BOO.*. Solar Water Heaters IfYou Plan strip cleat spiked or bolted, to the FOR RENT ret; 1 toilet complete with eU Install oak and pine noon, l-room block house I iota" ,, readyset
girder or larger member If required asphalt and rubber Ul, linoleum.
Ich, I 5-ft tub with trim, I lavatory out In fruit trees, food place
Sheet Metal this loading." 07 ph. tll-W.: "!&hllm.w.
Work by complete with trim" All Standard on corner for store land scarified
onj -
The minimum permissible l-room upstairs apt, gal Ito, I fixture $71 far lot. Weal Side and smooth", ".110O.
\ Air Conditioning thickness of joists rafters, and freshly Kentoned, frlgkliire, I
I Redland rd. second hour 8. of lbedroom.tern CBS home
Call and Investigate Bed bargain -
To Come
Build. studs shall be of two inches or see It. AIM down-stain
Redtond Community Church practically new.. with
I car-port. In town.
r . actually one and five eights. porch room. Mrs. Maud Chandler, I UN) OWNER MUST SELL: this .
Silver Palm dr. Ph. 447-J-l
Inches. J. R. BEVIS
I II your opportunity to own
By B. W. STEVENSON (To B* Continued) your own home with at little I blocks from bank
I 8-room house newly. furnished. Beautiful potted begonias, suitable ai 11.000 down)
Free EillnuUa mdlgalra. Redland cd. Box for gift*. Also eullanaa Mr*.

'I Address rbanea4U51 ---an tU, Kayfett, Call'7$7.W-l after Maud Chandler, Silver Palm d...., l-acre tract on Jerome A...
til Anton Ave We have the footing In now I I p. m. Sunday (p2l! ) wound house -weit of Tennessee Pius; CLOSE IN CLEARED MISCELLANEOUSDOBRE ::
Coral Gables,Via. 11151 ready to dart up with the founda- rd. Ph U7 oJ.. and ready to build. Only a few

...............- r..1 lion. We will follow through with c= year'Vound-two apartment on left-f 1,600 and up. normal
a CBS type of building, The F1IA I SERVICEImmediate permanent wave.
BRAKE Redland Farmlife School Road.
requirement are three blocks For call Hollywood for a1e-1941 Plymouth perfect U. S No. I Highway propertyla Not faster not cheaper, but
high Information condition. Phone B21-M (paS) better Ruth Halrdrtsslnf Studio
I gettlni scam let ui help
, 4122. after S p. m or write Box
Phone lit (J3-U)
Don't forget to put In access Service 473 Danli Ha. ())1211)) you find your site before it I II
holes in partition-bearing walls too islet
8.1 Cue Foot also outside access door. Generally duty stake truck fully equipped
I locate the vent under the Reasonable Prices Room and board available at $15 $1,SOD, for properly or buil- Splendid business opportunity HARDEN-Hauling, landscaping.
center of the window. They look wk The Charles Graham house, ness from Homestead to Key i .WIT lN 10 MILES of Aahfr. topsoil potting soil, sand rock\
Black Point at Dixie West Give or Uke N. A Hamilton fill Ph. 14I-R. Writ Rt. S. Box
better that way, although tome Highway villa N. C. Resort Hotel acrommodatini -
Philco people prefer to put the vents oft Quality Workmanshipen south of Goulds. J221O) 123B S. Hsyshor Dr, Miami, tt (UN'". Completety 14-A, liomeitead
Refrigerator top of the cap, which answer the II ria Ph. 2.,.... (P)22)) ) equipped and In opera

tame purpoie. 2-bedroom apt., furnished Phone lion ILLNESS FORCES SALE I RADIO REPAIR-QuIck .ervlc .
Now pour the cap, with four 520-R Corner Redland Road A* little as |1.000 cash accept All work luaranteed. Price

oriel 893-8.1 cu ft in addition to freezer locker. Inches of cement on all walli ENGINE OXERIIACL and Mowry St. (J8tf) ed If you have property hereto reasonable. Robert J. Brook,
When dry and hard Strip forms Iknson Electric Has trade Trade cannot exceed Robert rd, just north of Palm

Shelves adjustable every two Inches. off and put on the termite Insulation 0 o 1 don building located at 331 S HOTI'OINT 110,000 on total price of $30,- Drive. Florida City. Phone N4-W.

-thli la Important MOTOR TUNE-IT Flllller'e.. Ph. 05 J10-U( ) 100, with 10 year' on the bal
t Now..lay the two by tour fUt- APPLIANCESPrinceton tore PAINTING decorating, water.
: o
Only $33.25 Down tlon way on top of the termite Insula- FRONT END ALIGNMENT Room and board $12 wk. Ph Ph.. 141 FOR COMPLETE REAL proofing and gluing Md......
either iplked bolted to
;1i or o B03-R. (m20tf) ESTATE SERVICE see phone 146-R (pjyl) )
,f I It' ( the foundation Be sure this lumber PAINTINGBOOT I

la treated on tour Sides and RICHARD FUCHS I
iV o 1 and 2-bedroom furnished
( f. e r...a endi. Now you art. ready for floor AND FENDER kitchenette cottages, Reasonable AKC reglitered Cocker' Drove mowing. Carl Endllch, RU
r ,k.. joliti Be lure the end' to the REPAIR rates Pleasant grounds for children H M. Stephens, N. Registered Brokeror I 1, Box 48*. Homeitead, (old

:;: masonry li treated alio. o Redland Com, Ph. 284-R-4- Krome between Orouman Dr. John K. lisle, Salesman 'Utchworth place, King hwy)
Also hold back your line 6f SEAT CODERS (,J3-tf) and Eureka Dr Ph. 441 or TSI-W Pa Box 191 (MU),
j floor Joists to give one inch clearance
o Member of Chamberof
or air between the block
r nun. sous wall ,and the floor Joist to sub- o FLOOR SANDING and F1NISIU
i iI floor You will be lorry later if liNG. Install oak and pin floors,
r rI
you neglect, thii. Tint poor air e NEW DODGE CARS rasa CIM'HIT COUKT or Tate asphalt and rubber tile linoleum.

circulation In completed building. PORCELAINIZINGLUBRICATION KutvkNTtt l >KIIIA IN" JIIIIKIAI.AND ItlR DADS iiumiif COUNTY orMX Day ph. llt-W; night W-W,
second If this green floor gets IN ikUWKHrNil I
wet and our Florida sun gets to and TRUCKS hues
i .
onoMQC U rkiKiT rioiMiff,
r1 work on this timber you are ,, : WE DO reliable ntek repalnn
liable to have wall that 0GENERAL rMAIII.... K. ... l,
s a block REPAIRSo i . BRCKER .e tt Woodi Jewelry, McCrory Ar-
. li pushed out of line, o Isdwd.ataNovice TO erects cad* (a22tf)
Neediest to lay I hope you have Immediate Delivery Tog STATS) I COMPLETE BUMPER-TO- .
(HARLK* a elhak..11.5CC: HHMKKII
checked for
this will again/ BUMPER SERVICE his will Slows 1 WUMMlll I
squareness. At lOOn ai the .ub'l WIIIIAM. r. KCKKR.. I ilMl. _.. IP YOU HAVE: tnjrtnlng to Mler

1I floor lion, the block work BUDGET PLAN 0 IP DESIRED Club CoupeFour.Hoor JOINS Ala. a'I:= SIwa Dad, MlVnir ... I If :,IOU need anything vUH. .
continue.Pn t JWJMim,wild a concrete. -/PAT,*.*AS" "YOU,0'WRECKER *'"-DRIVE-*,.> oor'Scdlnlf Sedan I t ,* aai 1yCikall, I RKgtllll ASS):...Hf kl i HMY. M. a NOTINCD.HHMraiM AND tM 1 the ie Swap* lo"=Shop ooaN ondltlon We buy, Moves maw,
floor, run the foundatltyi walls Two> trM i WM I. Uoo rik. .* ate Ice boxes ate The Swap shon
SER1CIBird I C Ur* .f lk> Olrralt l"MrI. Ili,. OMUIr,
out of eight Inch blocks to the ... : .
0 JJuslncss Coupe rawad., In Ik* rant New Mhant. 111 a riagler Ave. Homertead.
1J desired height, then fill, pack and M.rU., M M MOM ate Nik *,, .l phone 46i
if' JiM,. A, D Bill'" ., .
roll although '.. 141 to Uw '- I.1
to your satisfaction S "-,,1 ...1... hat rw the ,..._ .
the plumber should put In his NEW Trucks) ,'_ ... a aa.te.a. Mid. h 'ho ,1.1..
roughing pipe now and have it Chevrolet Co. ,Ill':'=IK Ik**foil llllvMloM*rl drwlb.d In 'MM.piwiwrty alit atDomtftM Floor Binding and finishing

impeded before the piping it : \ will to UkM H _f.... .krTiwtt Asphalt and rubber til*. Phent
e /j-ton Pickup ,
covered 107 N. Krome Ave.
TwMiMkrM III. U Tows 117-W. (mchltf: )
To make a damp proof floor homestead FU. \ 1 Ton Stake, Dual Tires MM IITI' iMlurin' of Hloiik T>*
trFi lay two thkkneisei of felt Ml of YI1al LANG l>KVKM>r.
paper Phone tl 1' .ton Cab & Chassis MINT OUMfANV allmUVIHIONf
across your floor. A little tar on / Ktelloi. It TovMilp M sate.,, SEE ALEX LANIER for well

lapi would help. Then lay No. 10 22 Years o WithChevrolet IM/HIM.*0-ac.N RM,. rkslr.. Mot: .: 1"118" road mesh put your acreadiup and Trucks shine IIWI) _ .e 1_ ind N E. I 10th it Phone 8J8-W.
Used Cars .
Set with a traniit ao you will oak "'fcrfnuv Mil' Mbllrtfv sew awk .
be wwbe In IMNwwlwd "
I know you are right In the bathroom I.wM Cnt.rerlr. a ee..
or any other place you are 1917 Plymouth Club Coupe. Radio, stoplight ,. .. |.I.lI.Md I I In 0.4. CoiinDP, FliirMi. WANTEDHelp
flATkll :
} Ihii ll>l d.r of ium A. 0
I ': using tile floor leave that space white sidewall tires' The car is Im I..*" .
rough and one and a half Inches B I li IRATHFRMANtixll .
maculate. $1,195. ft IM limit Coats
lower than finished floor, Let a,, II H lava; JN. W.nted-Io ssslst In packing -
concrete run to the outside bust Ckri avocados part time. Box
your .
(ll Clmill rmrt .11||
of the wall This will eliminatethe 1916 Chcv.11/-ton Cab and Chassis UUM ... Jiilr I. e. II. M IMI) A-188 Leider-Cnterprlie. (]2ltf)
$14.61 per month expansion problem. The work
can go on 1938 Ford I'/fton Stake
On a frame type house you will
have either solid foundation NEW MOTN1RfkNEWCOMtRS

I i' Benson Electric Co. wall piers concrete or they set are the In a of column allla formed\ on blocks pleri concreteor on If Donovan Motors, Inca FHA LOANSArranged

TttN.AOE OI AIf Homestead Tel 378
Oldest established electrical contractors In the Badlands.

In Princeton since 1917. TYPEWRITER JONES ,

I Princeton Fla. Phone 442 Homestead Can do your work a* well and a* 1

j reaaeaable aa ..,011" Why spend Overseas Bait & To You

year sneney eat of lemuT seep It Brand New'D00le6fic
home and walrh Homestead irew.

I I bought All make, sold of and typewriter rrpalrel. Tackle Shop II O. BarbEll i

f !tIadeln.llomesteadj New portable typewriter .and a COMPLETE REEL REPAIR ROD AND

adding llllehln This.lovely ...... of gifts Is General Contractor-Licensed and Insured
j l..aI/InC you II you .n a e riSIIINO Phone 176-W Homestead
All work guaranteed. Estimates Ntwfonwr 10 th* city, have INFORMATIONS. SEWMACHINESNew
Ready-Mixed Concrete given I free. last bccooM have'". an a ,
Ntw' Mother )'itin.vt a IMW addrtM within the Krome Are. E4 PaoetU .
andConcrete Box It4 sly, or Just b* ein* Sweet
P. 0.
SixMn. TkU bMlwt tt yea M M txpm*
Blocks Phone 116-R Ilea 0' goodwIU horn publts Helin\ at
........114 Leesl werehasta.h.m Rhodes'Garage
'a nolhinc to buroblKXion. .. "..
Pbon your wale '
S $119,50
\ .. 'I com Wagon haws belowand I tt I. Mk BT. and Id ATE.OppacHe .
e * i. ? : i I: .arrange te receive Yeaguts Try U. When You NeedA ( Chamber el Cenusterte I.....)
.. 1: *immediate .,' I Henson Electric lies

APPLIANCES Shave I CO. K._ Werkmsaaklp Oaaraateed
Geraldine Gadway
Halretil _,_._ 5eShare I4| N. t Tema. Ply 111Herman
Prlneelca, Ph. 441LeaderEnterprise Ph.. 15..1. Homestead
,.._.. I** Phone 9115 (Night, 145-M\ )

ghampee. (Medicated) _. IN NO JOB TOO SMALL - -. NO J09 TOO BIO

Concrete Supplies Inc. Wit nt Ads Bring Results! Facial Pack It ,.

Message (.lsja) UCembbatlei :

Cor. Ills St. ;....c. Kallread BeaMcteadit racial _,_. 7aaTenle

___ It s' 5 1UB&

WHEN IN NEED, CALL ON US. Mvatache Trim _,_ lea ) 609-W

i ghanaoe. (Plalp. ) ______ 15* Marks\ $ Ei

\ Homestead' Loan Co. BUSH'SBarberShop

.. t
r w n M UN M iM Nawl.

I CAMMI rtOOB. rB cOVWMGISybra Benson Electric Hu i i4iour Ambulance ScnlcoJIIiiIII

Ii iis-w .*4 its-i 203 N. Krome Ave. rhone13 Philco Appliances

0.p. CUT Ban II' .. ..

M Collateral Loins-$ 0.00 to $300.00 .' MieeMs, .... .Nt : Pl3sl3e.4l4. :, ramsetesd., PM.






Page Eighf .' HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, July 29 .1949

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Hendenonville, Georgia end home. of ..,. #fitraeVt pre.te.1 Mr sad ..... Clifford Campbell Mr. and Mrt. Jams a Me Better .Homaatead. and MIN I I Surgery peUenta Barney God-' .
North norMa Tbay were .seem-. Mr aid .... 7 WBrr.# of and MA. CIRMM fvOftilf. 0tt.Ml. CtMdir OK.ect to leave StoJtttlah. JAMES AKCHEK SMITH Ray OeM Mertm of'Marania. I wi* of BiMONAekd.

BAND AROUND Mrs panted J. by W. Mr Wain. Amani who ,had mother been, Comfort to of leave Mrs Sunday Campbell to visit.te CuUmen relative. kerne Mich,bare Monday at IN to return S. W. First to their... ........BOMTTAL..............NCWSB ..............

visiting In Branford,, lie, with Gerrm HeiinmN II (pead. Ala. rttia/
I10 H} TEAD her eon and deuihWr-to-law. Mr. fig the tummetlA Peyton eaeh, Mr. and Mr. R. t Nerd and To Mr and Mrs Janwt DOM ofPMT.M Custom Built-
and Mrt W. 1C Watt where be It employed.Mr Steve and Henkel of ,. .
Terry daughter, Sarah Oraoe and PIt ,, a d4w htor, on July ..
Itedland were house uetU trf Mr Iii Ann left Saturday to visit He Mr and Mra. Fife Jalousies
-Continued from Page Mv) Mr: and Mrs. ...1. Bridget are. I' and! Mr*. Raymond Bethune and Mrt. Wm. r. Cody several relatives In CataeivEU. of 'Homeetead, a :;,, on Glass
building and four children have moved last week. .
tellS wi Byrd Hardy, who bat an H WO CBS residence. days July! .
gone on to New York where h* on N. W. Bib at. Third Into their. new homo on N. E H. H. Bidden of Atlanta bat To Mr. and Mra. Douglas Amen Aluminum
will be employed this eummerMr .eveMrt. ;<' Mr and Mrt A. L Davit of been spending several days in of HomeeUad, a daughter. on
la ndln Brian Fredrkk young eon of Qouldt and children Dorian and July M.Medical
Byrd Hardy | a Oouldt at a house guest of bit -
twoweek vacation visiting rela Mr. and Mr David Fredrick O. VT. Revetl'wat returned Danny, are spending the summer brotker-ln-law and Utter Mr and Venetian Blinds Storm Shutters
tWos In Georgia, fractured hit left arm Saturday home Friday from limit Archer I.t their home In Highland, N. C. M.... t: Hawkea. patient-Mra. David
In a all from hit tricycle Smith Hospital to recuperate from ;
Miller, Mrt Lena Harden MnEmmie . Repairs Alterations New Buildings
Mrt Peter Johnson hi at her a major .operation I House guests of their grandmother Mr and Mrt. John Lee have I. Stream and Herman'
home' fuott Mrt. Ann Nordan ofDetroit. Mr. and Mrt. Wade Smith and Mrs Biubeth: Brooks Of returned from. vacation In North
ton, Grady Wade art visiting/ Mr. Mite Alice alaeomber hat returned Florida City, are Mr and Mrt Carolina
Smith rclatlvei/ In Shallman, from New Bedford Mate, Hal' Ruth of the Bronx, N. Y, and -
MM! Jotyne Mock U visiting" Ca. where. she spent a two-week'va- Mr. and Mn. Whltt Sutphen of George N. McHugh Contractor
relatlvei In Georgia ,cation vitltlng relative Miami. Benson Electric: Has OUTSIDELUMINAIL ,
-- Mr. and Mrs. Winston Barrow '- f
Mr. and M... H A. Aman of and five children left Wednesday; Mr and Mrt. H. X. Clark Jr, Julius Skwarkowikl will build
Naranja) have returned home for their home In Brooklyn N. and daughter Stay, ere making a $8,700 CBS home on N. W. Princeton Fh. 441
after a five-week vacation In Y., after a two-week vltlt at the a vacation tour Of the ttate Tint tt
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--1 Paints

W 't 9r R.nlly COT'Something" Genuine

Buick-Pontiac '(

r Parts y.


I Service All Makes


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a tube colors I ouynoE Mechanics "
't .
itwW\ 0 ...
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I for Paint and Body q
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Here is America's finest washable rayon Exterior Work

f t t't'' tropical sports shirt, tailored of a I Masonry

t' ''' '5 It t (, ' :t tissue weight material that has been Y.11...* Iff luck If foe has .iler* UpholsteryFurniture
;a t. n ; 'r color-planned by McGregor color experts lor "'10." lo paint-""Ouuld
and Ice
: LVMIN4U offer peal tdvinugetIB
: Shades from rich deeptones to
hearty,cue of tppllotloe sad Box Refinishing
iw "' t' r't' frosty pastels durtbilily, Very eeoaomlcil.Welberproofi .. t '1

,,. Come in today to experience a ( of coBcrete tad improves, itvcco, ertnck Porcelainixing
.o',4.t, i e, new thrill in colorful men's sports shirts I Qomei pasta foitt Thio
with water.Let III UUon shout lu
We new have variant model of Dew 1141 Buick and Pontiac en
It f Y 1 '.u 1t : $4.95 W. D. Home Co., Inc. out floor and can make Immediate delivery.

' Frank L. Skill Owner USED CARS
.,. -"j' .
; R Homestead Flm. .
1917 Pontiac: 4-door Sedan. Low mileage, new
: tires, radio. 1195.
.... ,
,k' J' Benson Electric: Has

; Jim SharpGlothiers, JlOTPOINTAIPUANCES Preston B, Bird Motor. Co. ,

1 South Krome at First St. Homestead Phone'487 rrlnc-'lon. S. home al JUt Si .. Fbone. 414..vs
Fh 441

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jrLime: /; : & Avocado Growers Assn. .. ,: :f '

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1 and will offer thes'pung trees for sale) singly or in quantity to Sunny '

Grove patrons. In addition, of course, the regular Sunny Grove nursery j

stock-the best in fruit trees. (including Brewster Lychees) and ornament-


als-will be available . : : ', .
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:.. At Prices You. Can Afford to 'Pay1.Nursery : > : .

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